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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIIDOB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 21. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bally, delhered, per by mail, per year. Weekly, by mail, per year. ?4.0 300 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing.. Director Business Manae 125: 1224 FRESH ON THE FARM Most of incline to the view that the farm hbine is where healthy con- ditions always exist, but Dr. Porter, secretary of the public.'health sec- tion of -the Canadian Medical Associa tion, shocks us-with a different view- point. He says There are country districts in Can- ada where tuberculosis IB more pre- valent among the farming population than among the -poorer classes cities, i-alk: about city, slums! You can find the conditions which con- stitute the menace of a slum Ju our farming communities There are farm itouses where the windows are never .opened, where fresh air and sunlight are not allowed to enter. Tari may live in d mansion, 'but- if the fresh air and sunUglit are ex- cluded, trees or Tints, jour BIOH may he the home of tuberculosis I "Would sooner live in a tenement in a Toronto slum, into which, frebh can enter, than in some of the man- sion's of Rosedale, the fashionable sub- urb. L-et the farmers windows open There is plenty of fresh air about them but they must, not keep it-out houie. That's the point Dr Porter very rightly emphasizes On This subject, whpn undei dis- cussion at the recent medical conven- tion at St John B C, Col Carlton Jones head of the Armv ftFedl Corps, had these observations to make "Many farmers undoubtedly live in mn ansanitflrr way Some never ,go out of the house I have travelled a great deal in the country districts of Canada and I hardly see a health) looking woman in the country over 35 years cf age, A fturpriEing number of countrv girls flook pale and anemic The greatest curse from a hygienic point of >ien ever introduced into the, rural dis- tricts was iffle free rural mail deliv- ery Formerly the fanner's wife or daughters took a. long realized tne truth of the saving that small herbs have grace, and great weeds grow on apace, quite so as did King, weed inspector-extraordinary, he into the citv yester day, and saw, not only- thistles-and mustard, hut nearly "every( other var- ietv of the pesls that rob soil and choke the, crops; is 'needless to compute the damagfe done by thtifie ravaging enemies. Every farmer kncMS {t to be great and would do everything in extir- pate the whole race But city people do hot 'generally re- alize this fact. Davy King Is going to convince them. Even -the city' dads are to be shoun into town veaterday after an absence of some fe'w daya, and he wiiS as startled at the growth, of-atten- tion from the some of his victims will be when, they get their summonses. When King says he to Issue summonses for non-compli ance with the the-TVeed Act, he is going QO that very thing. HD says tbe weeds along Ispme of the boulevards, in the pri- ate yards, and highways and are a disgrace to this other wise beautiful He noticed that his notices had net been noticed, and now he is going to prosecute. Tumbling mustard seed ripe In August. The "weed !S enormously pro- lific, and is one the most aggres- sive of the farmer's wesd enomieg. It occurs usually on farm lands and along railway tracks and fireguards, but is no respectpr of placas ?ll WE'VE NfeVBll EQUALLBD IT nvi history, and nq other stpre would ever attempt to fequal it. Ask a clothing expert, about the values of these Blue and he will tell you they are HIGH GltADE, HAND TAILORED fll I Tl? Of Tf'TO BLUE SUITS lu all Sizes -i- Worth and Don't be a procrastinator Opportunity doesn't hang around d wait 'for anybody. You either grasp it or you don't an WALK OVER SHOES Are good bargains at the usual Their quality is generally conceded to be unsurpassed. No this 1 all brand new stock. Perfect fitting is a hobby with us. All go at Worth and HOSE Here's another unequalled bargain of Men s Cash- Wool and Cotton, Lisle, Silk Lisle and Shot Silk, all shades and eolors included in this rejnarkable offering ,.'f 25c The Store That Doea The Business THE ROYAL STORE The Store For All The People DR. BELAND, M. Pi Who was married Monday, at, Ohat- au (hi Darronliof at Cappellan, Ant- werp, to .Madame. jns. and grows with sse whereier ill The method of proiiogatlolf IS By seds, so that if the piantB are pulled .T hoed out before seeding Mma they dve no further trouble. Tho thistles giving the most trou- lo are the Mssians. They ifoiB eeders and very troublesome.. They, pread with as great case as the iniia ird, and are equally as. corruptible; "Whatever they are, or whatever ;ir habits, they roust all go, so. far Is concerned, and Vnow the They be j-eadr to ed in a few dr.ys, and Positive Relief from the suffering canted ordered conditions of the wgalu of digestion and from indigestion and WlioUiiiegi-' always secured by certain and gentle Beccham's Pills King ii on the warpath Mr King says he notified the city two months USD to oWati up "on the weeds, but that nothing has been done. SETTER CONDITIONS FOR TABER MINERS Taber, Alta., July in inter- view 'with J. It. Howard, the superin- of the Canada West Coal mine, he states that his company have move twenty.of their seml- deiae'lied houses from their present jiialtion yfsl of the mine to a new lo cation close" to the graded road by the Cousins Addition. Each house will, In future, bo situated on Separate lots, BULGARIAN FLOODS CLAIM 200 VICTIMS Sofia, Bulgaria, July hundred were drowned in the floods throughout Bulgaria, to deflpatchea re- ceiyftd by the day The lowlands along the 4 Kamtdhlv-, iBkw, VM, YAntra riven are ffovdod. wjiicb will hb ao miners occupying thfetn a chanc-j to graw their tfWii keep a lew chickena uul be hewly painted and repaired; This will "mean mihers living in the pauy's -lipuaes foe throe-quarters of- a mile town than at pre sent He states mat lie lias already for moving, tho work to'ho completed, during the first; two of August; AVork has already" started on a new wftah-libusfi, whicji la to contain hot itmj cold shower baths, na well as bf: dlrtftty oaths. Provision has nlao been nikde to'.iuclude separate baths foV the, officials. Home Tod ay' CONTINUED PROMITOONT noWEpojor adJj tlic re- port ot this unfmppj result of the conference ol ttje leaders of the Lib tral, ConiervaWefTfisl" Nattonallst and pMes will publish oil in Uie evcninj; The feeling genotal in tlie lob hies ot Ogmmons todaj tint the tal'ei1 in Its and tliat no definite agrccraoiit hit reached Mcmher'? are jmxiously the amioUnoemert ai'tb'-tta afM situa lion to be DIRECT TO CON WHEN J. r fc Run raiulirljr cl 333 Main 'JULY 31 i J.X- AUQ 7 ;