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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, .TULY 20,1918 PAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS MEDICAL "ISbCTOR GALBIlAftli U14 Third Avonue Smith DENTAL _ uuto of Uoynl Collogo of Uoiitiil Siir fCcoiiK Toronli) ami hoUloi- of a Dominion n.-ntal Cci-tlficalo. Ortico: rooiurt no Uryjin Ulocli. l'l\oin! 1071. JjU.' 1.. T. ALLION-DIONTIST'tsuc-(.�oR3or to Drs. Courlicu & Gilclulat). Griiduaic of UulvciHity of Maryland. .Itoonis 8-9 Mncdonald lilocli. Pliono lion, LcthhrldKo, Alhcrta. PUH. .AIAKKS ANIJ SIAiniS--IJK\T- j fmsrCOKWrTTMcXTVL & I.BECH ists. Stioceflsors to IJrs. Stewart and ........n,,,, Office liouvs ...............1-3 11.111 ...............7-8 i).ni Sunday liours ..............2-I! ii.ni. And hy appointment, T(!ieplionc 1253. DilS. DoVI^BlOll, CAMI'HELL, hoy & CIIAGG. Office Royal i:ianlt Build-InK. Office, hours: 1.30-^ p.m.; 7.30-S.;)0 p.m. I'hnnc SOn. _^ GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE KING EDWARDS St^HOOh AM) HUSIXKSS GOLLEOIC I'^OR (ilRLS, (;ranbioo|{, H. C. Ifi'allliy cllmatu, comftirtahlo homo, pupils jirepared for matriculation and leachers' ox-andnutlons, full conuuerclul course. Music, Dancing, French taught by r'arisionne. Boys under 12 taken. Write, for iiroapcclus to Miss Cher-rinRton, I'rinclpal. 114-101 ? ? > ? ? ? ? : : : : : > : > > > > o VULCANIZING McCIure. Hours n to r.. Office: Hig-inbotham Blocl;^ Phone ;!7jl. DlT'T" WrWX---I)KNTrST. (1 iiADU-ate North Western Dental Univer.s-Ity, CMiicago. Office i)hone 785; residence phone 752. Offices: Union Bank lluiiding. J^>'^-*^ VIAVI .VIAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request, I\irs. O. Thomas, SOS 7 th Ave. A soilth^ Plionc 5S4^__ll!l-0 _ GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSIvlltliS-Gun bnrrolH straighteni'd, guns restock-, ed, gun work done by a gunsniitli, ' keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phono.^raphs, any light juaclilncry repaired, lawn mowers Bharpenod. D. 10. Macdonald, Indian Alotorcyclo Agent, i'hono 1032. 4i:; 4til Ave. S. -Office, 100 Sherlock Block. Tele phones: Oftioo 310; Residence of Dr. Connor, CIO; residence of Dr Leoch. 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; I.;i0 to .'!.30; 7 to S ii.m. DR. 'r:UM7)ir^EAR7'EYE7'N0SR^ Throat: 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12: 2-5; evenings by up-polntmenl. Phones: office 341; res-Jdence 593. DR. "p." W."~fULLKR-PHYSICIAN and surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, room.'! 0 fo 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.,^0 p.m. Phones: Office "SO; residence 420 Sth St. S.. Phono 1494. DR. B. LOVERING-PHYSICIAN Office and rosidence. S12 3rd Ave. S Ifouia 11-12, 1-3 and 7-9. Telephone day and niglit 1242. 290-0 DR. H. W. DYNN-ROOM'orilEUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours, 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-S i).m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phones: Office 159; Res-klonco 599. WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thlng in the rubber line. Any sir.e tiro. Promptness and nuality guaranteed. Vk'c aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tiro before yo\i see us, 11 may be worth fl.xlng. Free air on the curb. Letlj-bridge Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3rd Avenue south, near Royal B�\nk. Phone 1664. 14S-0 PIANO TUNING GTTr. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- � 20 years' factory experience. Hon- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; ; ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading ' nmsicians of the city. Phono 116H 1253 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HCJSPITAL-.MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1224 7th Avenue South, Phone 746. HERBALIST he'iIbaD ST^t6~TH rrsTcK^ giving up hope try Rae's Herbal t:ompounds prepared from the best known iuM'bs, roots and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call personally. John Rae, Herbalist, 035 13th St. N. 188-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-HVRUM SIVHTH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take B)ilnal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1077. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbrldge Day and Evening School. Bhorthand, Tycpwriting. Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone of Principal 1531. , Write for Full information. WELDING oxy-acetylkne welding - w. n. Kuth, corner Ist Avonuo 4ind ibth Street. VULCANIZING IJl'-TO-DATE 'riREllEPAIlUNG AND retreadiiig our specialty. Express l)al(l one way on out of town cus-loni. Prompt sen'lc�. Phone 790. 208 loth St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. ,R. 0. Ritchie, Manager^ _ ___ MUSIC ___ MISS AILEWM. .IONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupils entered tor the examinations of the Royal Academy ami Royal College of Music, London, Eng., Inst year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. WV H.~ jbllNS'ON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black' board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 Sth Ave. A. South. SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE ALL LADIES of Lethbrldge south of (ith Ave. S. call upon rne to be measured for a Spirelia corset, braa-Bierres, blouse extenders, children's waists etc. Mrs. Martin, suite 60, Dominion Block, 4th Ave. South. HOUSE DECORATOR CHFoRGfi'MORGAky 964 'lllir St. S. Phone 1483. Prompt and reliable work done, at reasonable prices. 191-0 _ . UNDERTAKING 5^7 ?r PETTiMLY, "lASADING FUNER" al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven houres. Parlors opposite Court House .Office phone 501, residence phono 1176. Open dny and night. jfiTicKAY &" MaeKAY-FUNHUAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and rosidence. Motor and horse drawn oaulpment. 803 3rd Av�. S Phone 1802. Always open, neve.' closed. _ iEYES TESTED J.M HENDERSON SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty OWci- .il Wriglil 1 JfWtllerv-.Store MoUM 10 to 12 .1.111 Z to 5 p.m. wmm (By Hugh DdIisom.) It is a national laliiniily for Canada that so little cffori lias been made iiy any comprehensivi- jihrn to discover and remedy llie ili''r:iM> and deferl lliat Is common aiming cliildron, both before and during si hciol age. the major portion of whli li may easily be remedied. If neglei'iiMl il.fse defect.s in many children caiis(' permanent In-Jury and hence a vci y large number of "physically unfit" to sitvc^ tlieir country and hear llfe'.s lull :slmro of bur-don or enter into lll>'s lull enjoyment. Child clinics reveal a reniarkablO carelessness on the pan of parents. .\t a clinic lield in V.eyl)urn, Saskatchewan in lion;. SS children up to the age of three years wire examined. Of these 43 were perfectly normal. Of the 45 found linfective, 23 had one defect, 15 had-two defeiis, 5 had three defects. 1 had four defects (abnormal shape of head, I'mbilicul hernia. Inflammation of the KVrltlng, Estimatos, given The oldest 'established painters in Lethbrldge, Res. phono 1472; office phone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge. ^Iborta. _" A. MEA'DS--PXrNffNGr DECORAT-ing and Pnperhanglng. Phono 690, Oil Sth AvQ. a. � -117-0 ,V\''r E.MERY-^PAINTINC^'DBCORAT" ing, Paperhanglng, Kalsomlnlng, etc Rest materials only iised for all work. E.-!timates willingly given. 'J3G' 9th Street S. Piiono 338. SHOE REPAIRING BlibE irEl'Al KlNG--'i'FlONE 1717 foT your shoo repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and do-Ilverod. Frank Mllos. 511 4th Ave South. � _______ _..... _ '^BAKERY KIRKBY & CO., HIGH-CLASS BAK ery, tor pastry that you can depend upon being mndo oii home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 006 3rd Ave. S. Phono ;101i7. ~FURS LEE WING-THE TAILOR. CLBAN-ing, pressing and repairing. High class work at.lowest prlces.rDelivery free.' 113 Seventh ' Street South. Phcno 1019._ . � 286-24 LBR DtiCK-HAS' nfi-OPlQKED HIS Tailoring, cleauluK, iiresslns; and repairing business, pr'oiital sUks. High �class work at lowest prices. Dollv-.ory tree. 402 13th Street North. Phone 1770. 140-0 ELITE TAILORS, CLEANERS LADIES' WEAR MADE 'fO ORDER We are spoolalizlrig In cleaning, pressing and remodelling. Give us a trial. Work called for and deliver-(d. Satisfactloa guaranteed. Phone 460. 710 Srd Ave'.; South. 172 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board .Num. PC. Not vaccinated ....... 17(t2 74. S Carious teeth ........ Ii)."i2 40.2 Use tooth l)riisb ...... lOO:', 41.1 Diseased tonsils ...... 7i;i :;i .li Adenoids ............. 44:1 19.4 Nasal catarrli. etc ____ 213 9.:i Defective sight ...... |.",7 0.9 Cnliealtliy appeaninie. 9,s 4.:'. Not well nourislieii____ 99 4 .:( Heart disease ......... S2' 3.6 Trachoma or othei- eye disease ............ Discharging ears ..... Deaf ................. Other morbid conditions Lung trouble ......... Pediculosis ........... Willie conditions proved notoriously bad in the open country, tiiey were little, if any better in the town and village schools. Seventy-nine children were examiiieil in one town school, of whicli fifty-two liad carious teeth. In the jirimary department eveiy child hud one or more carious teeth. It la bootless to enlarge any further on these health conditions. What is needed is a constructive health pro-gramtne based on remedial legislation. A Constructive Health Program. The survey recommends as essential in the organization of an effect ive health program: (II Introduction of sdiool hygiene as a required subject in all elemen tary schools. (21 Study of personal and school hygiene and home sanitation a.s a required subject in the teachers course in the high schools and collegiate in stitutes. (31 Re-study of hygiene and sanitation, from tlie teacher's viewpoint, in the normal school.s, together with sys ed neck glands. 1 umbilical hernia, 2 tematic study of physical education. fOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting G. T. Drinkall & Soni THE HOME DECORATORS W* e!i the Empire Ready Trim*' med Wall Papera. Office and Shop: Next Doer to Herald Offic*. ' CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LBTHBRIDGE BHANCH - THIRD Floor Post Office Rulldlng. Phono 701. Offloe hours during July and August: 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 108-0 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From'tuberculosis-tested cows -Aifyono requiring such milk for babies may do so dally. The milk Is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to those who can. (4) Permissive leglBlation on the subject of health inspeclion and health instruction in rural districts, through the mertium of school nurses. School iiygiene sliould be a required subject. .Municipal school nurses are as essential in the rural municipality ae in the city. Tlio number of municipal hospitals must be increased. Parents should see that children under school age are examined annually by a doctor or a specially trained health nurse. .Most of the cities now provide free clinics for children under school age. Ileallh inspection Is only the beginning. Efficient follow up work is essential. In Great Britain during tlie first year of war 1,000,000 volunteers were turned back as physic.ally unfit. The medical examiners said that in the majority of cases tho defects might easily bo remedied during childhood. In both the United States and Canada attention has been drawn to the same conditions by the medical examining boards. In times of peace and in Industrial piirsiiilb wo pay the same penalty. .Many a family has been'impoverished because of sickness bills due to lack of the preventive measures of a sound sanitation about their home'l and hygienic conditions during cliild-hood. .Many a life sees only tlio harder side of life because of tho burden which parental neglect, stale-neglect and civic neglect hn� placed upon them In these matters. Surely Canada us a whole in consideration of such facts wtU enter on ii new health regime. I curvature of the spine, 1 crosa-eyes, 1 abnormal ears. 1 poor scalp condition, 2 adenoids. A total of 7;'. faulty conditions in 59 children. A much larger percentage of the children were normal than in 1910. A conspicuous luck of self-control was evident in .ibout twenty per cent, of the older children (classes F and G). At Midale, a oounlry town, 49 children under fotir years of age were examined. Of these fifteen were perfectly normal: Of the 34 found defective, 21 had one defect. 0 had 2 defects. 4 had three defects. The following defects were present: 20 adherent iiropuce (requiring attention or circumcision), G enlarged tonsils, 5 decayed teeth, 1 discolored teeth. 3 adeiioid.s. 2 skin eruption. 1 skin abuormsiUy jiale, 2 bow legged, 1 umbilical hernia, 1 nasal discharge, 1 abnormally shaped head, 1 discharging ears, 1 balil .';potB on head, I tunnel shaped chest. 1 enlarged glands in nock, I abnormal breathing sounds (lungs), 1 lateral curvature of the aplne, 1 coated tongue. A total of 50 defects, in 34 child ren, roauiring more or less attention and troutraont. Health inspection in the school ihil-dren between 0 and 14 years of ago reveals similar conditions. The following Is an extract from Dr. Foght's report on Saskatchewan schools: V Health Conditions In Town and Country Compared. Al this juncture it is well to con-sidor the relative health coitilitions of the average incorporated towns and the open country. What are the facts In.regard to tho matter? Which is the healthier, the average town community or the country community? Reliable information shijwa that rural people, whether they ilve in Can-1___, ada or the linltcd States, have pre-j Humed too much on the natural health- Lieut. John Leonard, son of C. J. fulness of their environment, and j Leonard of Toronto, has been killed was instantly killed by being thrown from a pony im wliUii :she and otlier little cliildrer. were taking turns riding. .-\ war Increase in nalary to all members of liie teaching iilaff of the �rnroiili) t'liiviTsily for the iii.'Xt year has been I'atltii.'il by the lioard of gov-eniiirs. 'I'licr increase In iiinsi (ase:p()site{l to ensure tiieir release. Bernard .McDonald, parish priet^t of Lourdes. Pictoii County, died after a brief illness. lie was born at Meri-gomisli. I'Ictou ("miiity, in IS49, ' and was ordained al Quebec in l;^70 by Cardinal Tasi hereau. Giving a library is the way the (lueen has sliiiwn her practical synipa-tliy to the i'nited .Slates troops, .she lias presented one hundred volumes to the .\niericaii Kxi)edit ibnary I'ori'c lilirary of the .Viiierican Y..\l.f.A. for the ii.sc ol' the iroup.s in lOtiglaiid anil l-'rancc. An industrial survey of the I'.S. to determine the nation's laxalile resources as an aid to the ways and means coiiunittee hi framing the income and excess iiroi'it-s sect inns of the new $S,iiiiii.iiiio,(|(mi revenue bill is under way. AlthouRli offered re-appoinrment with an increase in salary. Professor F. S. -Nowlan has resigned from the chair of mathematics at Brandon college in order to accept an appointment at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine. Employes in the post olllce at Dawson City, wore gassed when many mail l)ag3 containing limberger cheese were opened. Postal packages con-laining ladles' clothing and other articles were impregnated with the stench. Miss Kelleher of .New York city, representing tho United Textile Workers of .\merlca. In affiliation with the American Federation of I>abor, is in Stratford to organize the women workers in the woollen mills and knitting factories of this cily. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEV, Prop. IDS 2ii;l Ave. S. IMione 1734 Next Fire Hall DRAYING Of Ail Kindi WesternTransferCo. Limitcii ffUo-C. P. R. Fr�iBh� PHCNEt Ofric� ........... iie> atabin .......... 1064 Mi^ Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. 8. Lethbrldge, Alberta George L. Courtney, general freight agent for" the ('.P.P. at llong Kong, has been appointed hy the government of British ('(dumbia general manager of tlie Pacific Great Fastern Railway, his salary to he S.'inotl per annum. Mr. (;ourtney was formerly a resident of Victoria. .Mrs. .lames -Miirdocli, of Medley. H. (.!., whose husband Is on his way overseas, was so badly burned'about the face and body in attempting to extinguish a fire which started from an exploded oil lamp, that she died. Two of tho daughters were also badly burned in attempting to subdue the flames when their motlier's night clothes caught on fire. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones: Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN CALLS. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR WATER LOCATOR wirnnripiciAuziNo in natur- nl settings in Coyoto, Lynx, Pralrlo  Fox and nadgei'. Every set dlfttjr-ont, hew cftoots, Raw furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, irigluboth-�m Block. ^ 87-0 WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATK water for you. i Charges $20.00. T. L. Davlos. 1218 5th Ave. A. South., Lethbrldgq, Phono 1547. 97 0 BICYCLES CLEVELAND ANT5; INDIAN DICY-cles tor sale. All makes of bicycles , repaired. A largo stock of accessor' lea on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gun- � smith and Locksmith, 413 4tU Ave. Soutli, Phono 1032, 62-0 The American legation at Stockholm has been Informed .by the r''inn-Ish Government that Germany ih reply to Finnish representations re-garcltug French, British and American (Slvll prisoners captured by the Germans on .'the Aaland Islands , In tl\k Baltic Sen, has decided that they will be hqld by Germany In' exchange (or Qerman civil prlsonors in tho Entente countries NEWS NOTES have nogleelod fo make the most of the advantages they have over the Incorporated places. In the cities men used to run n greater risk from contagious disease than In tho open country; but modern medical science has wrought wonders for the cities, which generally show a smaller death rate than the country and rural villages. Country people pay a startling toll In easily preventable diseases, because thoy disregard simple'hygienic laws of drainage, water supply, piiro d\r, etc, This could be avoidad. In the main, if the sbhoolB wore otiulpped to give the children and p/ttrons the right kind of health Instruction. ; Dr. Fogbt undertook to obtain' the in action, lie enlisted ul the outbreak of the war and was recently awarded the military cross. / Tlio young child of Dr. and Mrs. D. H, Dow was attacked by a  rat tho other night while asleep in her cril) at tho liomo of her grandparents in Dunwlcli, Ont. P'our deaths and scores of prostrations from tho heat In Now York wore reiHJrted to tho police as direct results of tho hottest July '3 New York City has experlencnij In 17 'years. Clara May Swanco, seven-year-old daughter ot John Swauce, TlUsouburg, Piano HARDMAN . UPRIGHT, l|ose. �wood'case In good repair.'"One ()f the hlgh.est grade American 'mokes. Price, for sale ....... riuicH $195.00 TERMS ARRANQEn. Heintzman & Co., Ltd. c-o Armstrong & Raworth ' LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. � WHY NOT spend a day In the coiintry enjoying the fresh air, beautiful scenery, sunshine and flo^ve^a. Fngage OUR TAXI SERVICE for tho trip. Our cars are comfortable, our chauffeui's reliable, Dur rates reasonable. � Estimates given on\ driving calls. UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 l_ --FORGET rK>. THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JDB TQ OF^vER Please nahfy, Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 Auto Livery ' C'OMFORTASLE TOUR IN Q' AND SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL. COURTEOUS ' SERVICE,. Phones: Dajr - - >- 1^48; Night - . - - - 787 4 ?34370?979396453 ;