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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 THIS LltTHBniPtm HEHALP PAGE NINE 30 Total pnn cov Muf itern Star it tomorrow nflor Cross NATIONAL WELFARE THESE By Robert Adger Howen ot Tho Irty are not fcerttat In their own eg Those BbyS Whose souls1 with herp Ism J Whose eyes so clearly see I semblance and the glamor of the Yet the less dpon their spirits gleam The joys and splendors of young lifes bright The ardent tM keen desire to And loves royal guerdon to re Will they come back we ask with CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE INTMC I Canadian Pacific Ropklea Anwng In the uds WHh LUXURIOUS Bet CAM to face with Mighty Victoria SwiM and Canadian Mountain Boat laqr walks and ridei on Alpino Trail at CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE Liberal ttopom prlTilafM from CoMt to CoMt mriu or call for information on Retort Tour District quivering Nor dare we show the very dread we So calm and bravely unafraid are they As though the challenges they make to Death The fdivlne of Life re TIs we who falter at the price they ITOWAI In Charge of an Expert In This Important Work PERSONAL Miss Dorothy Glayzer was a week end visitor with and Maynard at MissBlanche Ashton left last week for the where she will visit for Beatty of Medicine Hat is in the city attending the Beatty is expected to arrive Mrs Harrison and daughter Hilda left for Cranbrook yesterday for the Misses Efflo Llyingston and Smith are visiting in the country for a short Tatton and little daughter of Coutts are weekend guests of Miss 704 3rd Mr and Johnston and daughter Anna with Miss Hitchcock and Young were a motor party to Glacier Park last The child welfare exhibit which vis ited Lethbrlde In the spring is once more to be seen on display in the big building under the gratld Those who have already seen this most educational feature should make a special effort to hunt It Hugh who is a enthusiastic idealist in his views regarding die up lift of the nation emphasizes the four subjects of child health Inspection in a dental supervised and a child station in every In this latter connectibn Dobson expresses his delight at the practical results which have followed his cam paign here in the establishment of a milk Queried regarding the standing of Alberta in this Dob son states it is very hard to Ret facts in Alberta on account of a very poor method of registration and thai ns far as he can learn Alberta has noth ing very much to be proud of in this That nurses are badly needed and a better system of train ing tor teachers is very strongly em phasized by The exhibit itself is well displayed and covers every phase of child The education of a lifelime can be obtained from a careful survey of its many interesting factsand without It contains more valuable in 0 the there has come to many theirevelation of our amazing Indifference to human wel Indicated by our child mor mental and physical defectand juvenile Sir Arthur a most em inent English statistician has said Infant mortality Is the most sensi tive Index we possess of social The infant death rate measures tho health and living of the moral standards of communities and and the efficiency of health of nurses and Observe where we as Canadians rate ourselves In the matter of human As standard of achievement the following splendid records may be noted The City of New York has reduced Its Infant mortality to 91 per 1000 England has reduced its infant mortality to 87 per 1000 New Zealand has made a rec ord of per covering the entire while a city of population has had the splendid rate of only38 per elude the number nf deaths under one year of age per 1000 live stil births being excluded in both births and In 1915 throughout Canada there were approximately infant deaths under one year of age record ed In Allowing for very in BUltBlBBQN There is no economy in buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to get the same Blue Ribbonthe tea you cant buy lust as I with child Messrs sj Kitdiseases and defects ami with many chle W s Parker and regrettable facts connection with c at Glacier Park child life Happily it not only deals Chaney were last withthe unfortunate part but also suggests the remedy That fact the Mies leathering Stlngon arrived In loss of life due to Indifference in the city yesterday afternoon and is a Canada is twice as great as Canadian The Great War John of accompanied by his is guest ipf and 1211 Fifth Avenue and Armstrong have as their guests for stampede formerly of and Little who motored from Cranbrook to attend former minister of the in The engagement is announced Uerior which had become an intermin of the Flying iWe gquabble among officials of Corps and formerly the Princass yie the police and the de who was thrice mentioned in I8ijfective relative to responsl to the only daughter of billty certain acts done or un Jl NlfflSllAL OH HI adequate registration especially in rural the infant deaths would number at least We are quite safe in saying that we can save In Canada per year of those who die under one and prevent Iblo deaths under five years of age number at least The following are the death rates by provinces under one year per 1000 births during 1916 Quebec 147 Nova Scotia 127 Manitoba British Columbia 98 Saskatchewan 80 58 It Is well for Saskatchewan and Al berta to be humble in referring to heir low death rate for the registrat on of vital especially in rural districts is challenged as inad The following are the data from some of our larger cities 1912 1916 200 186 144 93 117 John 188 Winnipeg and Toronto have both appreciably lowered their death rate in In the province of Manitoba last year the Infant mortality rate outside of Winnipeg higher than in revealing the need of ag gressive action In town and open It will be seen that Canadas capital July trial of Louis of woke into new life today when The Provincial School Of Agriculture ALBERTA REOPENS The course extends over a period of two winters of five months Courses are given in PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE AND DOMESTIC No entrance examination is THE COURSE IS ENTIRELY FREE The minimum age of admission for boys Is 15 years and for girls 1G For Calendar and further particulars apply to Schools of School of an but simply dressed lady Miss Inzola who has been took the stand A large conceal attending Margarets Tor her ana her name was given as onto land beeiit visitiIn Ne IN THE CLUB ROOMS July 26th AT OCLOCK NEEDS ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE The Best Dance Floor in the Come and Enjoy Admission 50 v has been visiting m 5Iadame Le YoHt and also with sister ghe she had made thirteen of trlps to where she had been Stewart Penticentrusted with missions in ton abaompanied her andwill the althougn 6he was really in the ser vice of the Franch general headquar on guest of Miss Hardle forttie CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES I A LETOLORS one of the prominent John Miller Alberts Eyesight Underwood Will be at The following articles were shipped to Calgary from Lethbridge Branch Red July 54 day 60 suits 144 30 ward 48 trench 60 amputation 108 T ban dages 24 khaki 11 54 operating 18 sur physicians of has been gical 264 240 heaft called to the and left yester 36 nurses 144 pilday for where it is und6r low slips 432 36 stood he will take a post witn tne tailed 84 P property army medical Dr Roy ha 192 wash IS 84 bath Men a resident of Lethbridge for 1 some being a member of the firm of Cragg and It is understood that Mrs Roy will live In the east during th doctors absence on military service Dallas Lethbridg Stampede Week j 1 AM July 22 to WBW y v 1 This Is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your eyea intelligently examined while In the city at no extra expense as consultation will If you are not acquainted with my ask the many in ana about Lothbridge who are wearing my DO NOT HESITATE TO BRING THE CHILDREN ONE OF OUR PLEASED CUSTOMERS Beforo leaving Ireland I had our laughter Lillian to two of the most prominent Eye Her eyes at that time were very badly so much so only part of the pupil was The consultation and medicine cost no and was advised but nn operation would straighten the When I arrived lu Coalhurst I was advised to see Miller of which 1 and I am delighted to say that using he my is unique in more than one It now holds the record for having the highest death rate In Can Vancouver also has a unique place and an enviable record among the Urge cltlee of The death rate by wards In 191617 In Ottawa will reveal one of the dis astrous of conditions nd neglect of Ottawa City deaths under one year er 1000 Wards 4G Ottawa By 260 George 104 Central 211 Wellington HO Dalhousie 127 120 Victoria It will be seen that Ottawa ward has times the rate of Rideau That indicates the price we pay for Every city mortality map tells the same Take the province of Saskatchewan and we find recordj ed in 5061 deaths of all and 285 still Of these were exclusive of still births under one or over one third of the total If still births are over one half the loss of life in Saskatchewan In 1916 was five years of age and 60 per under 19 years of when lifes productive period lies If Canadian democracy Is to stand the strain of coming days it must make good by stopping the slaughter of our Innocents by indif IgAorance and Your Teeth arc not alone organs of Service they are Marks of Beauty as well white pearly teeth distinguish tha What a Winning Smile She Think how that smile would be noitexlstant were It not for her white Are to because your teeth are de cayed and ugly You dont have to labor under this is a drawback to the young man or woman going through us restore that happy Have no further fear ot the Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL A sweet girlish voice is to be heard on the grand stand at the big In patriotic songs this This voice belongs to Miss of I dressed a Red Cross who I is doing her bit by touring the fairs this year singing and donating I part of the proceeds to patriotic pur1 This year she in visiting Loth bridge for the first Watch for her on the grand stand today and for the Test of the She will he singing those sonea and selling the copies The songs are For the glory of the Grand Old Flag Hit the Trail that Leads and Tho Lovelight in My Mothers Miss Evans has giv en over in the last three weeks to he Red Qross and other Here she is dbnattng 20 per to theRed Cross and 20 per to the local Hydraulic to break down coal In British produce a greater proportion of Imee blasting besides avoiding Youll like Model Bakery Bread better than any you ever tasted None equal it for its flavor and It is a war yet retains that delicious tang of The family Sis sure to relish You can buy our bread at your grocers or direct from The Model Bakery PHONE 1171 ;