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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 M BABY WARE BMBlfS Specialfatrletlc featurea in at alt large Western fairs this Exhibition like all other handing their energies to the strengthening of the Among the many plans being carried out to this end by the Leth bridge Exhibition Board nrfrie are more significant and fundamental than the Child Welfare Exhibit which will be largest of Its kind In and under the direction of Hugh whose child welfare activities well the valueof the cdnUlbu tion which the Exhibition Boarfl is Waking In Aelplng thus to conserve and human resources of Canada whWhTall other tlon and development may be btfjhe attention to tills question bjK by leading of In Qreat Premier Lloyd Ba a nurtrber ot occasions during the of childsaV tfig supreme issue ot the nat ion Thegovernment of Great Brit ain has Indicated Its recognition ot the supremacy of her human resour ces by a speclatcommlttee to organlie child welfare exhibits and InstitW if f oftlttai In every cttyand town and village of Great This committee of three Indicates the attitude of the nation by Its outstand ing the Lloyd acting as the late lamented Baron the coal magnate and food as vice andWaldorf Artor la sec This first Week of July was set apart a year agoVlor a drive throughout Great Britain against the enemies of His Majesty the and that drive is now Great Britains loes under the pres ent strain of war Is Indicated by the fact that her preventlble deaths of during the years when In who liad they lived would be of military age ap proaches Over 000 during the drat year of the of thoae whovoluntarlly enlisted were turned back as unfit The major detects In this large army was preventable In Whatwould Great Britain give for tin extra army of at the present to bring to this ghastly That indicates the value of child welfare work under such emer gencfes as the But the loss to normal industry under peace con covering all those years is Infinitely had housing conditions and been guarded In the interests of the conservation land development of her human bow much happier and great er would Great Britain have Britain cannot uhdojthe might and manr the setir in to Uwfttjifre before 1 1 THE DAILY HERALD ten tor Airing the cWSrte of Canadians learn the or will by prepare ourselves to pay the penalty of our neglect T To help In this great work of saving hu than life which ba done on K large scale at feast half the child mortal ity of Canada Is every loyal citizen should take an Interest in the patriotic effort of dor exhlbt and plan tp learn and take to the facts shown in the Child Welfare Do not forget therefore to take your neighbors and frierids to see this WOTFICERS From Out Own July funeral of the late William NUBS was held on Sun day the service being conducted in the Presbyterian Church at A large congregation from all classes in the town bore testimony to the affection and high regard In which the deceased wae An ap propriate sermon wae preached by the Bryan from II and a Comforting solo sung by Donklh Hereafter Thou Shalt The boTly was laid to rest In the Taber and parents ot the accompanied Nuss on her return from and will remain In Taber for a couple of Board of At a representative meeting of citi zens on Monday and after some It was decided to reorganise the Taber Board ot The following officers and committees were then appointed Blenner Hassett Maynard Membership An Dlckson and Hosey municipal and civic Improvement Munro agricul tural Cannon entertainment commit Horrlgan and Phllps advertising the executive general aie ex ecutive with tne chairmen ot the sev eral Archie and the local min isters were made exofHcio members of the The membership fee was fixed at per year for town residents and per year for Theee moderate make July Lteb ambassador in Lon don at the oUtbreak of the Whose discourses placing the responsibility on Germany of bringing on the has brought him disfavor at is excluded from membership la the Prussian house of ac eirdinf to thsDtfcaldort minority of the members voted for temporary of the Meet Me At The Fair SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition during Stampede Ns Corsets from Parker Martin TICE fur own Ice Cream Knowing the piibllc appreciates really Rood oretm we rriingwl to jet a supply are gellinp made by Invite you to come and see superior oJ the creamwe arenow i y i THE ALEXANDRA CONFECTIONERY ALEXANDRA HOTEL iUILDINQ It possible tor everyone interested in building up the town and adjoining Country to join the organization and lend a Tha names of the offi cers and chairmen are a guarantee that there will be something doing shortly and something kept doing right Herbs you will not catch us napping this We intend taking the windout of your sails tbls The dry bones are eprlnglng At the conclusion of the meeting Maynard introduced tbe question ot the school con census of Opinion of all present was that this Important position should be filled by a a university grad uate if possible capable of teaching all the grades In the high a boys man who would take alively in terest in the outside life and sportsOf the It was felt that School Board would be warranted In increasing the salary ot the principal to to in orderto secure astrong BlennerHassett anC Wlllard were appointed inter view the members of the School Board andrequest them to call a pub lic meeting of the Citizens at as early a date as possible in order to this important Chautauqua The evening the guarantors and others interested in the Chautau qua met and organized for the pur pose of making the coming assembly In Taber thebeet on the Western cir Willardj Advertising Lecker grounds Byard Smith entertainment Blenher Anderson ticket Arrangements were made tor ac tively prosecuting the sale of tickets and for placing them on sale In eev eral It was agreedalso to ask the cltliens to recognize the ad vent of the Chautauqua in the town by a suitable display of flags and It was further unanimously de cided to divide whatever surplus might be over after meeting all ex penses between the Navy League add the Taber General On Monday some absent guest tried to conflagrate the Palaqe by pressing tbe wrong it was a windless night and the new water truck was prompt ly on the scene no harm It is kind that we want these dayskand not On Tuesfay evening and classee united in doing honorto Leo their worthy and physical instruc A short address was read by Mat ter Omar Malo on behalf of the unit ed expressing their high ap preciation of the service that Broeks had rendered both classes since their organization and request inghim to accept of the accompany purse as ia slight token qf their Indebtedness to was then presented by Miss Morna Mewhlnney and Miss Gladys Tufte Brooks made a fitting elating that his greatest pleasure since coming to Taber had been found in assisting these classes anOhat he purposed staying with the long as he remained In Short complimentary of and his work were given by Taylor Heatberley the1 genial manager of the Ref to be congrat ulated on the he making in the appearance of tlje and of tbe excellent produc tions he is presenting to the At a meeting of the Civic Jwprovp meat Committee of the Ward of Trade held on Wednesday plans were laid for ipaktng Tues 4ay general road repairing u CoiuwltteeH were appointed to as many teams utt poiilUJe from the fanners around and to enroll every patriotic and progressive Hill Mblle On Wednesday fequcat signed by a body of ratepayers was presented to secretary of he School Board 4sMnf that a public meeting ot ftwpayera be called at the earliest dtte poflaibio to con sider the ongegement nf tho school principal aitd ot Other teachers re quired on he school The re quest represents the desire of a large number of the ratepayer and clti of the town and In framed In ac cordance With the ithooi lire the order of the day at present In Wodnesday the Methodists held a most successful one at the river on Friday the Presbyterians followed while on Wednesday nest the Mormons and Anglicans muster out their for It Is hoped that aome of these fetes will tempt the rnln god to out with his Robert Anderson and family ire spending the week at the Waterton Stampedes have become so numer ous thai Taber IIRS decided not to hold ohe this But her old re liable fair Will come off as usual on July 31st and August and pro mises a program more varied and In teresting than The citizens of the own take this opportunity of expressing their appre ciation of the music that the is rendering In the park these gum mer If music bo the food of of of good Sergeant Robert Warner is a visit or the week the home of and PROSECUTED FOR RUMANIAS ENTRY Via July of deputies de elded that the head ed by C In office the time of Roumanlas entry into the shall be RAIN IN July rlin has fallen in tho last twentyfour hours In many districts of the prairie In most districts the rain Is not too late to assist materially in Improving the crop Heavy storms are reported late today in parts of The wires are somewhat affected bythese storms and it ifdifficult to get full particulars as to the location and ex tent of the IDddle Aged Womeiv An Hen Told Utt Remedy for Thtir was Maalif Ikrowfh crltleal of belnf fortysix yeirt and had an ha symptoms Incident to thai ehaafe heat and was in a general run down J ao II waa hard for me to do my Ly4ia Pink haaVa Vegetable Compound waa rtinaiainlrl to ma as fee baat remedy for my wtileh It surely proved Horth WnfchamM Me Compound restored my health at ter everything else had failed when paasiaf through chaife of There la aothlof like H to overcome the tryinf North I In Such Cases LYDIA PINKHAtfS VEGETABLE COMPOUND taf tkt qrtotort tke juratest MCOICIMt listed with our Mounted Battalion and after going overseas over two years shared the Joys ot machine gunsection life In the trenches for almost a and has since been In poor owing to a wound re ceived at Vlmy arrived here on While in he was the guest of and Mr and later accompanied McClelland and Walter Mar cell u a to their homes In where he will stay for his fourteen Pte McCarthy has had no tidings of his since ne left England on his third trfn to PINCBEB CREEK From the Echo and Bain and little daughter at their home here on Monday morning Bain arrived safely from England and was Joined enroute at by his wife and Bain has not as yet regained the use ot his right hand since his operation in Eng but finds from the pain in his which he continually sut One of the finest specimens of bull trout we have cast our eyes on this was brought In for our in spection by Casey Giseler on Friday It was caught with an ordinary half a mile westof the bridge on the Old Man and weighed eight and a half pounds and measured a full thirtyone That such a monster should have been successfully landed with anything short of an inch line speaks well for the piscatoral prowess of James who en arc rMsoni why AutoStrop the ideal Ml itandi out will InwiMlr knowi Md what mMbaplMi Mifwttm mtul to ait Diana mun dalau to avoid Hia raiot muil pajfacuao ilaaU it compUta Strop ts ona taaoc Ikal will aarvica ytas eof buylnf Mw II la only naoc thai it on amaataU i 11 ilaiai you raealva tha you al latat WO aaavM CRYSTAL DAIRY MILK Represents an Attention to the Most Careful Sanitary Requirements It is clarifiecl and bottled under the most sanitary It is critically watched from farm to and is right when you get Youll find it the most nourishing food for children and grown Pasteurized milk keeps sweet longer than raw Every bottle of our milk is deliciously creamy and Use it exclusively whenever milk is requir cooking or N While youre thinking of call Phone 1576 and leave your order to have it delivered CRYSTAL DAIRY PHONE 1576 r John Miller Albertas Eyesight 404 Underwood Calffary WILL BE AT Dallas Lethbridge JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your pyes intelligently examined while in the city at no extra expense as consultation will be If you are not acquainted with my ask the many in and about Lethbridge who are Do Not HeiiUte to Bring Cliiklren v V ;