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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 TIIE LETHBRIDGE^ DAILY HERALD 11 I iiiii ...........' rik THE BABY WELFARE Special.patriotic feature* will .bo In evidence at nil the lurgo WoRtern fairs thU year. Exhibition board*, like all other bodleaUru bending tbetr mierglos to Ibo atronBthenlng ot tho nation. Among tho many plans being carrloil out to this end by tho Leth-bridge Rxhlbltton Board nd'no are more slgnlflcant and fundameiltal than the Child Wolfaro Exhibit which will be tho largest of Its kind In Canada, and u^ider the direction of Hugh Kobgon. �whoao child welfare activities arc well known. Tho value of the contribution which the Bxhtbltton Board la making In ihelplng thus to conserve and flevelop the human ro�ourccB of Canada on which; all other cdhscrva-tion and devcWpmenl dopenffg; may be indicated' by.tho attoiition paid to this question by other natlona-�nd by leading atateeimSh of today. In Great Britain, Premier Lloyd George has, on a nuntber o( occasions during the year, spoKen of child;saving as the supreme Issue of the' nut-ioin. The-governnient of Great Britain has Indicated its recognition of tho supremacy of her hutnan resources by appointing a special committoo to organixe child welfare exhibits and Instltbtea If poraible in every city'and t�wn and village ot Great Britain. This comulttee of three indicates the attitude ot the nation by Its outstand ing personnel. Tho premier, Mr. Lloyd George, acting as chairman, the late lamented Baron' Rhonda, the coal magnate and food controller, as vice-chairman, and Waldorf Astor is sec retary. This first week of July M'as set apart a year agoN tor a drive throughout Great Britain against tho enGmies of His Majesty the Bab/, and that drive Is now on. Groat Britain's loss under tho pres eat strain of war is Indicated by tho fact that her prevontlble deaths of luftints during the yoars when 3u.-;h in rants were born, who had they lived would now be of military age approaches 2,000,090 mgdeV Over 1,000,-000 during the ilrat year of the war, of those who voluntarily enlisted were turned back as unfit physically. The major portiooiot iletects in this large array ""of unflta was preventable In chlldliflod. What.-would not Great Brlta;ln give for an extra army ot 2, 000,000 at the present moment, to bring to �.^contlusion this ghastly war? That indicates the value of . child wolfaro work under such emergencies as the present. But the loss to normal Industry under peace con-dttiops, covering all those years is Infinitely greater. And had housing . conditions, sanitation, education, and rocrdatlonal condition been" guarded in tho interests of the conservation and development of her human resources, how much happier and great or would dreat Britain have been. /Britain cannot iihdOithe past, but Sensible Men and Women do net fctip furplui inovMy In thcif Hoims ,' or carry it areundl in . TKcviMM it in the "Sayinci Omk ifrihM it, m�y cvn more., money for them. Decide, now, to let tn help you to -�eye.' Interot paid every tlx month*. TM-mp capital $ �,aOOMO R(wr*e r%ui � 11,000,000 RMMirtcs -  iaoiooo,ooo THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA W, D. KING Muitftr tethbridfe Branch*' TABER BOARD OF Canadians learn the leisan, or will wo, by neglect, prepare ourselves to pay the penalty of our neglect? To help in this great work of saving hu-ifaan life which'can be done ofi k lar^e scale (at least half the child mortality ot Canada is preventlble), every loyal citizen should take an interest in the patriotic effort of our exhlbi tion, and plan to see, read, learn and take to heart, the facts shown In the Child AVolfare Exhibit. Do not forget therefore to take your neighbors and friends to see this exhibit. EXPEL IIGHNWY Am�t�rd�m. July 19.-Prince Llch' nowsky,'German ambassador in London at the outbreak of the War", Whose discourses placing the responsibility on Germany of bringing on the war, has brought him into , disfavor U home, is excluded from membership in the Prussian house of lords, ac-n'ith might and mara^'ihe sets sMfnt'^ordlnf to theDuM^ldorf Nftobrichten. to guard the future..' Canada, a ypiiitig. A minority of the m^bers voted for nation, baa the future before her. Will �.temporary ei^ccluBlen of the Prince. Meet Me At The Fair! SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hajr during Stampede week. GorteU from $3.50 up. Mrs. F. A. Parker & Mrs. Martin ^ ^ Knowini; itie_ public appreciates really good ice oraam we have errflnK^,get, a fvosh aupply ot:pure rich.cream;from farm-ertrdaJIy'iand are selling Ice.cream made by ouraeiyee , f We,Invite you to come and see tha, super lor quality, oi the tcci cream  we jro now sorviug.; . ' ! , THE ALEXANDRA CONfiieTIONERy^ ALEXAf^bRA HOTEL BUILDING J (Prom Our Own corretipondont) Taber, July 18.-The funeral of tlio late William Nuss was held on Sunday last, the service being fconductod in tho Presbyterian Church at 3.30 p.m. A largo congregation from all classes in the town bore testimony to the affection and high regard In which the deceased waa hold. An appropriate sermon was nrcached by tho Ilev. A. C. Bryan from 11 Cor. 4:17 and a,comforting solo sung by Mrs. Donkln entitled. "Hereafter Thou Shalt Know." The boHy was laid to test In the Taber Cemetery, t^r. and Mrs. NuBB, parents of the deceased, accompanied Mrs. Wm, Nuss on her return from Rocbeelor, Minn., and will remain In Taber for a couple of weeks. Board of Trade. At a representative meeting of citizens on Monday evening, and after some discussion. It was decided to reorganize the Taber Board of Trade. Tho following officers and committees were then appointeMr. Leo Brooka, their worthy and -efficient physical ijistruc-tor. A short address was read by Maa-ter Omar Malo on behalf ot tho united classes, expressing their high appreciation of the service that Mr. Brooks had rendered both , classes slnce^ their organization and requeat-ing''him to accept of the accompany-ing^ purse as ja slight token qt their gi;eat Indebtedness to htm. The.purse was then presented by MiRa' Monia Mewhlnney and Miss Glad^a.' Tutte-land. Mr. Brobks made a fitting reply, fitatlns that his greatest 'pleasure since coming to Taber had been fouiid 'ii^ asaiating these classes'ahd~that h$ purposed staying with the work'iaa Idng as he remained ihtowi). Shoft addreases, cojmplimentary of Mr. Brooka and his work were given by Meesrs, Philps, Taylor ai}ih, Bryan. Mr. Heatherley tllo'.i^onlal manaei^r ot the-Rex Theatre^ Is to be congratulated on the N Improvements he 1 making in the: appearance ot tlie theatre, and ot the excellent productions he is presenting to the public; At a meeting of the Civic Improvement Committee of the Ijpard M Trade held on WedneaclBy ^fterpodji,: plans witre laid for ii.ioktnK hMt TuoK^' 4a^ .0 SO"eral rtiad.repairlufiday (own. CoiiimltteeH were appplnted (o; secure, as many teams aa puialhle: from tho farmers aro^knd apd to enrpll: every patriotic � and"proprrwiiilTe "cltl' zen for voluntaiy service during the day. The worl! wITl. |)oi-in chftrgo of .%iessr�. Hill anh;PortooUfi. Want Rubllc Meeting. On Wcdnosdey a requcsl signed by a representative- body of ratepayers was presented tothe Bonrotary ot tho School &oard asking that a public meeting of the rnopayers bo called at the earliest date poR.'iililQ to con-alder tho ongagement cit tho school principal and of other tf-nchers required on t''� school Starr. ~ The request represents the desire of a large number ot the ratepuycra and citizens ot the town and is framed 1n accordance with tho school ordinance. Plcnice are the orrtoi- ot the day at present in Taher.'^On Wodneadny tho Methodists held a most succesBful one at the river bottom. On Friday the Presbyterians followt'd null, while on Wednesday next tho Mormons and Anplicana will' muster oiii tholr for-ces, It Is hoped that Homo ol those fetes win tempt the rnln fiod to com^ out with his sprinkler. jMr. Hobert Anderson and family arc spending the week ai iho Wtiterton Lakes. , Stampedes have become bo numer 0U8 that' Taber hr.s declilert not to 'hdld oho this year. Hut lior old re liable fair will come off as usual on July 31st and August Ibi, ntid pro mlses a program more varied and Interesting than ever. The citizens of the loivii take this opportunity of cxpreissliiB liielr appreciation of the music that tho band-is rendering in tho pnrlt these summer evenings. If music ho the food ot love-and of concord-and of good cheer-play on, gentlemen. Sergeant Robert Warner is a visitor th'.B week la the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Todd. PROSECUTED FOR RUMANIA'S ENTRY Bucharest, Via Amsterdam, July 19.-The chamber of deputlea decided that the government, headed by J. J. C. Bratlano, In offleei . at the time of Roumania's entry into the war, ahail be prosecuted. RAIN IN WEST. .Winnipeg, July 19.-Considerable riln hag fallen in the last twenty-four hours in many districts of the prairie provinces. In most diairicts the rain is not too late to assist materially in Improving the crop situation. Heavy storms aro reported late today in vaTlou� parts ot Saskatchewan. The wires are somewhat affected by'these storms and it is-difficult to get full particulars as to tho location and extent of the rainfall. PINCHER CREEK (From the Echo) Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bain and little daughter arrlve^.at their home here on Monday mqining last. Mr. Bain arrived safely from England and was Joined enroute. at Saltcote, Sask., by his wife and daughter. Mr. Bain has not as yet regained the use o^ hl_ right hand since Ms operation in England, but finds a relief from the pain in his wrist, which he contlnuelly suffered. One of the finest specimens of bull trout we have cast our eyes on this summer, was brought in for our inspection by Casey Giseler on "Friday last. It was caught with an ordinary line, half a mile west of the bridge on the Old Man river, and weighed eight and a halt pounds and measured a tuU thirty-one inches. That such a monster should have been successfully landed with anything short of an inch line speaks well for > the piscatoral prowess of Casey. Pte. James ^I. McCarthy, who on- Ifiddle Aged Womeiv* Are Here Told the Best Remedy lor Their Troubles. n�emoDt, O.-"I was paaaisf tbnmf b the criileal period of Uf^ beloff forty-six yeersof mfe and had all the symptoma iacldent to that chaof o - heat flaahca, nerronsnenii, and was in a general run down condition, io It was hard for mo to do roj work. Lydia �. Pink-ham'a Vegetable Compouad waa rtcoauaanded to me aa the beat remedy for my tro�btea,u, 02S Napoleon Bt., Fremont, Horth HaveBt Conn.-"Ly4U B. Pinkham'a Ve^ta< We Compound restored my health after everything else bad faVled when patsVag thtovgh chaBseot lite. There la Bothlof like It to overcoaae the trying aynptoms." -Ilea; Flouxck IsellaiBox 197, Korth Haven, Conn. Ifi Sudk Cases troiAE.PINKHAH*S VEGETABLE GQMPOUND fioi potest Mconl fir tke ^ot^sl food prPlA t.WWKHAM MtOlciMg CO. tVHM. listed with our Mounted Battalion ceived at VImy Ridge, arrived here and after going overseas over two years ago. shared the joys of machine gun section life in the trenches for almost a year, and' has 'since been in poor health, owing to a wound re- on Tuesday. While in town, he was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Derrett, and later accompanied Mrs. McClelland and Mrs. Walter Mar-cellus to their homes in Plshburn, where he will stay for his fourteen days'^ leave. Pto: McCarthy has h^d no, tidings of his brother, Sergt. P. McCarthy. M. M., alnco April, when ne left England on his third trip to V^ance. Mechtnical Perfedioa There are many reasons why the AuloStrop is the ideal tvUtn'a ttior. Bl ene ttandt out Biera ptemlntDlly tkui the othm ud will InUMitlr sppmIio (vwy HKnlght^^^jt^ thkt U. IM Every aviator knowi and (ppraeialai what tneohanical Mrfwtlen maan�- bla'plane muit be,perfect in �'�nr detail 10 avoid aoeklanli. His rator must ta pecfwtton IttaU tqitva complete attitlaetlon. ,TI AiitoSlrop is the one lator Ifcat w aiveeoniinuoaa aervice ifitliout the Bneranee'of baring nai " ' ieeauM It ia the ool/ tL-, . ^. sbarpena it owa MeMiautaeaaU-oafly-tha 13 bUdea you faoaivt with the AiiioStrop will aive rott el Itset )00 cleaa.oonionablea&avai. t Special MlUtary Outfit Price, M.00 AlUa�HtlaiaaE�afratm AbI*SW SjiftitylUwrCB. n-no�tait., CRYSTAL DAIRY MILK Represents an Attention to the Most Careful Sanitary Requirements It is pasteurized, clarified and bottled under the most sanitary fconditions. It is critically watched from farm to consumer, and is right when you get it. You'll find it the most nourishing food for children and grownups. , , . Pasteurized milk keeps sweet longer than raw milk. Every bottle of our, milk is deliciously creamy and healthful. Use it exclusively whenever milk is required-for cooking or drinking. ' ^ While you're thinking of it, call Phone 1576 and leave your order to have it delivered regularly. CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd.- PHONE 1576 c .1 4( J *�tet ' 1 * * *......Iljlg John F. Millel- Alberto's EyeAght SpeciaUst, 404 Underwood Block, Calmrv WILL BE AT Dallas Hotel, Lethbridge JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE * This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your pyes intelligently examined while in the city at no .extra ^ e)�pense as consultation will be free. i If you are not acquainfed with my work, ask the many in and about Lethl^ndge who are wearing my ^ corrections. * ' . � / ^ \ Do Not HeiiUte to Bring tk Chiliren \ ;