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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y, July 13, 1912 THE JJmiBRIDGE DAILY JIERALD Page 5 Is Still Running a 20 Per Cent Discount Sale On Men, Women and Children's Summer Shoes Which Means Reduction on All Low Shoes the Best Makers are being sold below cost, and all are reduced. Worth looking into. Bring the whole family and save a nice amount on your purchase. W.J. Nelson Co. Poissant, of Montreal had hii oulder.broken when thrown out of a which run into bj a city but owing to his office Is ua to sue foi damages MRS. WILKES' BLESSING ler Dearest Realized Health, and Baby. Plattsburg, Miss. "Lydia E. Plnk- am's Vegetable Compound proved beneficial to me, forjiow I'ain well I a sweet, healthy baby, and our borne ia happy "I WM an mvahd from nerrous proa- S'lration, indigestion and female tnubla I thinkl niffend every pain a woman before I began taking Lydia E Vegrtable Compound, and I ,thmk it thu baby'i life, M I loat Iny fint one "My health hai been very good erer and J your medioine to all .niyfriendt VERNA WILKES, R 'F D No. 1, Plattsburg, Mlsi The darkest days of husband and wife look forward to childless and lonely old age. Many a wife has found herself incapa- of motherhood owing de- of thefeminine system, often by the proper rcmedta I In many homes once there :are now children because of fact 1 that LydiaE.Finkbtm'i Vegetable Com- pound woweii normJ, becltfljr If jon want adrln Write Itjr4U Plikhan Co. (ennfl- tleiilltl) Ijf nn, XafM. Tmr loiter Will ftHfiflnl. rRAtl m4 answered br a 4 U itrlct ON THE VERGE OF MORE UNREST London Still Greatly Dis- turbed by the Dock Strike London, July 13 has by- no means emerged Irom her dirk days. The waning week finds London still disturbed by the dock strike and Britain is on the verge of more un- rest. Those optimists who fancy the Situke would lone 'ere luimteil itscll aie dismayed The em- ployers, who in "this are part of the London authorities seem bent on crushing unionism. They- flatly re- fuse to ;talk terms with the strikers till .work .even after tile' conclusion or the strike they will decline to meet or discuss anything at all with' Ben Tiljey, the strike leader, ThotiSAiidn Upon thousands of un- happy wives anil children are .victims of their unbending-and apparently changcahle decision. .Already, millions uf pounds sterling lost >'in and what tins': mfianii in misery and ill-health, Heaven only knows. Despite all borne, mart} of the strikers declare they will stay out another 'month and meanwhile tlicir families are starving or exist- ing on charities. The .seeds of dissen- sion, which mny.grow into great dan- gers, have been sowiY and incidentally bunrnnity has ;been outraged. Even t in the Liberal ranks Premier As-' qiiiih's determination lo hold aloof Irom the great struggle between men t and masters is unfavorably; criticiz- ed. Insurance Bill ;0n -Monday, 'the government will lock horns .with the opponents of the new insurance act, who arc numbered by millions As to the and mercy ol compelling the unthinking poor to make a. provision o[ sorwe sort for possible sickness all agree As to the fitness of the means by which the Government proposes'to gain this'end opinions differ, .The most fanatical adversaries to -the measure are the domestic servants, the class'which above all needs state protection. Tlicy have been bewilder- ed by, the provisions the insurance act. Unfortunately, too, the officials intrusted with the enforcement -'of that measure and the elucidation its rather confused clauses seem -un- equal to their task. on- the .other hand, still refuse to give assistance to: the [insured on the terms offered them, and while the doctors persist in-'their rebellious attitude, those who obey the law. may he deprived of the chieJ good for which that law was made. Needless to say, the Conservatives are.taking advantage of the Govern- ment's embarrassment and are doing tlieir utmost to prevent the acl from work hy inciting to .resistance those whom it was planned lo benefit. The insurance- officials .arc being deluged with inquiries as to the meaning of this clausciand that. Gradually, how- ever, "now that Lloyd George has held out an olive branch to the doctors, provoked hy the insurance net is cooling and in a month or two City Council FIFTY CHILIANS KILLED ..Valparaiso, Chili, July 12 (via dynnmite ex- plosion in El Tentiente minei, longing to the Copper Coin- piny, an American concern, killed fiO chillani, and wounded many is Feeling Irom front It -wag In connection with the street paving program 'that Mr. Bawden asked Mr. 'Ives the question and gave the.opening .for tho address roasting the; business men. Mr. Bawden paving policy which paves Third avenue east to Thh'k-enth street and; leaves the street at tho dopot knee deep in mud. Mo thought .that tho impression the visitors get of Lethbrfdge on getilpg off the trains is not any too complimentary to tho city. He wanted, to see tho streets lead- ing depot1 paved, and asked Mr. Ives if It would be legal to divert tho appropriation from one street to another. Some Sarcasm Jfr. Ives rising, said he understood from the press that this was to be a real meeting of real business men. He didn't belong to .the association and It was his first appearance. If this was a sample of their knowledge of what on In the citj coupled with "an entire absence of criticism and their inability to make any criticism the city council could certainly congratulate itself on Ing done its.-full duty id the city. He came as a citizen to listen, not to '.make speeches, and he hadn't heard one fair direct complaint about the city council. Here'i One Kick HajT said when a lawyer could come and criticise, as Mr. Ives had dene, be ashamed of iheniseives. Hej'had a. kick to make about the council, and it was in connection with th sidewalk, from 14th street to Henderson1-park. He com- plained that it >'as laid on the wrong ride of-the street and that on the side upon which it is laid there is one house and'one shack. It is also necessary 'to. cross the street in. the mud-to-reach the'park. He was going; to ask the council a sidewalk on the other side. .Mr.'iveV: "I.don't want a side'walk there." Mr.-Hay r continuing supported Mr. Bawden In his criticism as regards he-, streets leading "from the station. 'Mr.'.'MeKHIop said he undrstood they were going to pave.Seventh jrtreot up o the station, 'but not eighth street. Mr. Hipley said -the heaviest traffic oday in on -First; avenue from Fifth ilong by sheds. He bought'that "First avenue should be paved from Eighth to Fifth streets Have Be'en'' Sleeping Mr Farrow tjioujrht had been asleep too long was ridiculous to pave Third avenue to the ...remote tarts of the .city, while the most' im- portant part was., This patch work method was; worse than smallpox and dme sopte away from ,the city Mr..Hayr said that the streets to be laved' were advertised in the press MtttS MACOIC JANNACK MOUNTAIN, ONT.J Dsc. 1910 "I desire to let the know the great debt I owe I ruit a tnes which saved my life had given tip hope of ever being well again For six yenn, I suffered from drendfui Kidney Disease My legs ind lower part of my body were fearfully swollen, The pain in my side and legs noald be so bad that I would faint with the agon} rive chflerent doctors attended me wd all said Kidney Disease and gave me no hope of getting well. A kind neighbpr'visited me Mid mentioned the, case of Mrs, Fenwick who bad-been cured1 of a sickness like mine. I took "Fruit-a-tives" and ID a. short titre I begin to feel swelling ivent down the paini were I WAX well. pounds since taking my friends look upon mj recovery as a miracle MAGGIE HNNACK sold by all atspcabox Inal size 250 or ient on. receipt .of price by tivett Uinitod, Ottawa, in the interest and they wouldn't be bothered read- ing it They were wakmg up when the Tvork uas under way Skeiih said there was no meth- fd of Ett itching that he know of ind he adused getting the owinion of a-solicitor before petition- ing council It as possible he would favor cutting out the loi., oii Third .avenue, and paving First from 1 ifth to the station Mi said that if the stipulated a pavement on 3id TO nth it couldn't be changed and another would to be passed Mr Agnew said he didn t resent Mr. Ivee sarcastic remarks. It was his didn't think it was called to ventilate per> mhl nul'ers He liid come to hear a on commission, form' i: sovernmeiit. Local-grievances wer-3 not for. the. business men's' associH.- tion-to-discuss." .Such1'questions for instance as the.purchase of supplies was a family matter and should bo dealt with by the executive. A Lake of Mud Mr. Ripley Bald that ilia Idea-.wits to Imvo the paving done for..the.-Dry Farming congrotm and ..there. ilka- ly to bo some bad there would be a sea of mud at' th' and passengers alighting trains would have lo step -into a liiiVo He thought It possible the ahcult V stopped on Third aveuiie ail tin B'.ioetB leading from the s'taM.o; be puved. The upshot of ihe'discussion WHS 10 appointing of Mr. Dodman: Mr Bawden and President i't: ;Wait on the city council in. ic the matter. There was a call from the chair for a discussion on commission govern- ment but no one responded, Against Parcel Mr. Agn-ew then raised the question of parcels post and moved to urge the Associated Boards :6f Trade not to take hasty action In asking for the establishment of such a service, He referred to the long''struggles In ihe United States and said that it seemed to be a move of catalogue houses. His motion carried. The Water Syitem The gravity system was next-raised: Air. McKUlop father objected to the council investigating gravity-systems Ithout-taking steps to secure sent supply of pure water. ,oon and other cities had done.so and the danger of the annual epide- mic of typhoid necessitated business- like action. He thought an expendi- ture of would instal a satis- factory filtration system. Aid. Skeith said all the'council Kul done in reference to a gravity-, 'sys- tem was to appropriate for a preliminary report on, levels, etc. Mr. Bawden referred io the success of St. Louis city in filtering the-.wat- ers of the. Mississippi and thought Lethbridgvs ought to be, able to handle tho local stream when Ihe -'llrty southern river water could oe m-wio pure. Mr. Sick told of his experiences In the south with filtering 'water and thought that cement tanks could. I" e sunk here which 'would serve to pur- ify the water. An expenditure of would put In a'good system whreas a gravity system would cost a million or moie. He didn't see where the city could wOney. Mr. fllcKeown said the topographical layout of the river here didn't( lend Itself to a successful filtration sys- tem. He favored the gravity 010- posltion. Mr. Farrow made a generaK.roast of the water supply and said it was not fit at times "for drink." Messrs. Sick, McKillop and Farrow were appointed to see the council en th-s subject. Motion of Confidence Again the call came for a discussion on" the commission form ,ot govern- ment and things dragged along until Air.-Ives decided to have: some more fun and he moved "that this meeting express its entire confidence in the councilor the city of Lethbridge-and congratulate the electors on being so well advised to poll their votes 'FOOD FOR HOT WEATHER If ire among body needs nursing along, either on accoutri. ol important work: to be or account of wnatc of strenrtti put or present sickness, fwnl flhoald form an important part .of your.rattmi: diet.. Not only h build (trengtlien but it materially to your power to the nutrinmit contained in Boviil H concentritted bwf iji its loni. A Httle spread on and. bqtitt jEmhvichts, or on butteved taut, is. both ippetlning1 A simple cup of Bovrll makes an appetiiinjj and itrengihemiif ..bouilhm; Send for our booklet whioli wncli useful information to inotlier. Bovril Limited, 27 St. Peter St.', Montieal. for the aldermen they chose to city's business." He said it wasn't fair to. go into the .press and make statements :whlc'h'. they couldn't back up There had not been one, word of criticism against tho council arid Mr. Ives roasted the association arid gave the -press a few hard raps. McKenzie. said that the ques-1 tlon of the 'water supply involved criticism and Mr. Ives added a ridw "that tliis meeting feels that progress should be made to secure better water supply." r Mr. Ripley protested that the lion was out of order, and the eussioa became quite animated. The Herald .was Warned -for announcing: ihat the meeting was to be a rogular corker and several roof- ed. The Herald man. papersand Mr. Ives made a reply and :he upshot of the whole affair was a few remarks that the; meeting was and the carrying of a motion' 10 adjourn unui data is collected upon which to base criticism of the coun- cil The meeting will doubtless do good in that closer attention will be gtvea to civic-affairs, MILWAUKEE TO BUILD INTO B. C. It ji, reliablv announced that Milwaukee railway's larga tenbion will be a 800-mile line from Missonla Flatkead valley and KaUspcll to Fernie, British Colum- bia. To develop Montana, open the rich, Flathead coimtiy and the valu- able hard coal fields of Crows Nest Pass district are among tho objects sought Another is to connect with the Cnnadian Pacific railway, by, which the Milwaukee road ill enten several Canadian traffic centres In return, the Canadian Pacific will leach into Montana and some parts ol Washington via Milwaukee rails.. RY AT COST If you appreciate fine table ware, you cannot well afford to miss this opportu- nity, as this is absolutely A GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE Everything in this department, including Crockery, Cut Glass, Crown Fancy and Hand-Painted China going at COST. This means a saving to you in most cases of almost one-half. Look-over our stock to-day POSITIVELY NO GOODS CHARGED R A. McKILLOP Phones 1113 and 416 ;