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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBUlDGfi RA1LV ItKRALD Special.patriotic lealurea wlll.be in evidence at all the lane Western fairs this year. Miibllion boards, like all other btadlns their energies to the strengthening ot the jiatlon Among Ihe many plans being carried out to this end by the Letu- bridge Uoara ao'ne ate more etgnificant and fundamental than the Child Welfare Exhibit which be iho largest of its kind In'Canada, and ths direction'ol Hugh'Dobson, Those child welfare activities aro well known.- The contribu- tio'i which' the "Exhibition Boara Is in helping thus to conserve and the human of Canada oi'whielrall olber eonsen-a- tlon and. development depends; may be attention .paid lo "this question by other leading s'tatesiMii ot today.. Great BYifaiiP, Premier" Lloyd George has, oa i'nurirber of occasions during the, of cblld.sav ins asdhe of tho nat Ion Too" government-of Great Urit ain has recognition o 'the supremacy of her human resour ces by appolnUnj.a to organize 'chlld'welfaro exhibits'anc town and- vlilige' of Great Britain. This 'committee :BTthree attitude ol tha nation by Its outstand- Ing personnel. :the premier, Mr. Lloyd'George; acting as'chairman, the 'late lamented Baron'Rhonda, the coal magnate controller, as vice- chairman. andtWaldbrt Aslpr Is first week "ol' J-Jly drive t the ...----------'.and thnC drive Is now on. ,-iGrcat Britain's under the pres- "e3t strain of war la. Indicated by the fact 'that her preventive deaths ol Infanta.durlng-the'year.vwhen in- fants 'who h'ad-they lived would be i of 'military, age. ap- Over r.OOO.- COO durSng tbe'nrst'ycar ot the war, of those who'Tplifntarlly 'turnod back as-unfit physically. The major'portioniflf in, this large afmy'of iritfa :was preventable In childliopi.- notr.'Oreat' Britain, give for, army of 2 the? present moment, to bring this 'ghastly war? "That indicates the of r'child "welfare wbi-k' under such emer gencies the present But the IOM to normal Industry under peace con dltiong. covering all -hose vears h Infinitely greater And, had hoosrag sanitation education aai "been guarded In the Is of the conservalto development of her human n EOurceB.'how milch happier and grea .'or would' Great Britain have been Britain cannot Shdojhe pasttj ta 'with might and nan she tp guard the future Canada ,a oatlonrbaVtie pftttre before flrsl week "of' Jaly. set nparf a year- dr throujhpit qreat Britain against Vnemleslot HUi'.MajVity the Baby' HEORGAP (Froin Our Owa Taker, July tuneral ot the William Nuss was held on Sun- day last, the service being conducted In the Presbyterian Church at 3.30 pro. A large- congregation from all classes 'in the town bore testimony lo the affection and high regard In Which'the deceased was held. An ap- propriate ajeajhed by the Hey; A. U. Bryan from It Cor. and a .comforting solo sung by Mrs. Donkin entitled. "Herealter Thou Shalt Know." The boay, was laid'to In the Cemetery. and tin parents ot the deceased, accompanied Mrs.- Wra. Nuts on her return from Rochester, ,Mlnn., and ten for voluntary service during the day. Tbe wort! chSrge ot Messrs. Hill Public Meeting. On Wednesday a request signed by a representative, body of rstepaj-era was presented to t" secretary of the School Board asking, that a publlo meeting ot be called at the earliest date possible to con- alder the engagement of the school principal and of other teachers re- quired on (he school staff. -The re- quest represents the desire of a large Bomber ct the ratepayers and citi- zens ot the town and IB framed in ac- cordance wltU the school ordinance Picnics are the order ol tbe day at present In Wednesday the Methodists held a most succeisfu one at the river bottom. On Friday Ihe Presbyterians followed suit, while ou Wednesday nest-the Mormons and Anglicans will' musier out their for- ces. It is hoped .that some o I these teles will rain god to com? out with his Mr. Robert Anderson and family ire spending the.week at the Walerton Lakes, i Stampedes have become EO numer- ous'that' Taber ate decided not.lo oho this year. Put her old will remain In Taber lor a couple ol (air win as usual OB- Middle Aged Womeiv Art Here ToU the Bert Remedy lorTMrTrooU-. Fmmont, was paolic tfcraffe Uwcritleel of iorty-ilr and had aQ the symptoms Sacident to thai beat flmkoM, and Wki in a general rundown eoaditlbo. It wu bard for me to do my work. Ljiia Pink- kss'l Compoud waa rteotKWsded lo KM as but remed v for my It surely proved to W. I feel better >nd In every way since tekinr it, and the annoying ijmptonu nave dUsp- Napoleon St., FrMooot, OUo. Morta HtTW, B. Pirtiam'a VegtU- He Compound restored mybetlUi everything else haifallSwhen .....---------1... Im lik I weeks. Board of At a representative meeting ol I zens on Monday evening, and, after some, discussion, it was decided to reorganize the Taber Board ol Trade The following officers and committees I vice-president, Mr. Maynardj Mr. E. Weetlake. 1. Membership committee, Messrs.-An 1 liable, Dlckson'aml Hosey; municipal 1 and civic Improvement committee, jtural committee, Mess Cook, commit- tee, Messrs, Horrigin and [phllps; advertising committee, the executive; general commlltee, the .ex ecutire with: toe chairmen ol the sev- committees. Mr. W. A. Buchaian, M. P., -Archie t McLean, M.P.P..'and the local, mln July 3lEt and lal, and pro- mises a program more varied and In- teresting than ever. The citizens of. the town take this 'opportunity, of expressing their appre- 'Cltllo'n of'th'e music .that the rendering In the park these sum- of of good on, gentlemen. Sergeant Robert Warner is a vUH or week.in-the home ot Mr. ant Mrs. R. G. Todd. Ixi Such Cases PROSECUTED'FOR RUMANIA'S ENTRY Bucharest, Via Amsterdam, July of rcided that "the government, head- ied by J. J. C. Bratlano, In office .at the time of Roumanla't entry into the war, be prosecuted. kos fhir qrtoUit record fer tkt qlod r-inartlanB learii the lesson, or will I liters were made ex-officio members Canadians earn ollrVelTes to ot tho organlzallon. The membership nav the Sty bTouf neglect? To tee was fixed at 13.00 per year for efp In woS of saving hu- town residents and per year for man lie wblch-can be don. oft a' large farmers: .moderate make f .....j I t penses between the Navy league a'ljd the Taber General Hosplla! On Monday some absent .minded guest tried to conflagrate Hotel by nresslng the wrong buttoa As however It wM a windless nlgk and truck wa work-were flvfn by Taylir r Mr. Hertlal manner ot li to be congrat- allied he Is making In the.' appearance at theatre, and at Ihe eimnent frodnc tlons he Is presenting lo the public. M a meeting of Ihe Civic Inprorc menl Committee ot fhev HMrd if Trade-held (in Wednesday pllns wire JIM for taut in rown. Committees were uppfliled (o secure, as man; leomi as from the farmers around awl to enroll -Futrmtc-Oio-' (Dram' the Echo) J. Bain and little daughtery.arrivedi.at.their home here on Monday mprning last Mr Bain arrived "safely, from England and wa joined enroute. ;at Saltcote, Sask., by his: wife and .daughter. Mr. Bain ha not as yet regained tbe use ol- hi right hand operation in Enj land, but finds a.relief from the, pal In hisiwrlit, whlchshe contimwllt su fared. One ofsthe finest specimens of bull trout we have cast our eyes on this was bronght-Iri'for our in- spectioa by Caseyi'GIseler'oh t'rlday last: It was caughtiwith an; ordinary Ime, half .a mile weaVot. the bridge on ceived at Vimy Hidge, arrived here where lie 'will stay 'for his; foiirteen on Tuesday While in town he was daj-s'-' leave. Pte: McCarthy hal had Hie guest of Mr. .and Mrs, H. B. iio..tidlnps ot his brother, Sergtrl'. Derrett, and later accompanied 'Mrs. SIcClelland and Mrs. Waiter Mar- cellus to their homes In Fishburn, HO lllllugs Ul 'ills M. lett "England on Ills' third'trip' France. welghe'd eight and .a haif pounds and measured a full'.thirty-one Inchee.- That such monster should have been successimjjf landed with anything short' ot aii inch line'speaks well for'the' plscatoral prowess of Ca e) Pte Juaej.Sl McCarthy who en i CRYSTAL DAIRY MIUC Represents an Attention to the Most Careful Sanitary: Requirements It is pasteurized, clarified and bottled under the most sanitary tonditions. It is critically watched from farm to consumer, and is right when you get it. You'll find .it the mosj nourishing food for children and grown- ups, i- -v 'f t Pasteurized milk keeps sweet longer thanTawjrnilk; Every bottle of.our.mjlk is deliciously healthful. Use it exclusively whenever milk is requir- cooking or drinking. While you're thinking o{ it, call Phone 1576 and ..leave your order to have it delivered CRYSTAL PHONE 1576 x-x IttiBft John F. Milieii- Afljerta's Eyeflgkt Hock, WILL BE AT I Lethbridge JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE This is VOUR OPPORTJUWTy to have intelligently examined while in the city at expense as consultation will be free. If you are not acquainted with my the many in and about Lethbridge vjho are corrections'. I Do Not HesiUte to Briaf tk CbiUrei ;