Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JUNK 24, 1010 THE LETHBRTWr.K DAILY HERALD RHEUMATISM WAS SEVERE Drsadfui Paint Ail The Time Until He Took MR. LAMPSON Verona, Out., Nov. llth., suilered for 11 number of years with R'liettitiatism ami sei'tn'C ruins in Siih and Buck, from strains and heavy limns.' had given up liopo of ever beint'well again, a friend recommended "l'ruit-a-lives" to me and using tin first IOA- I Jrlt M much belter that I in tied to lake them, ami now t am enjoying Hie host of heath, thanks to your W. XI. IF you whoare reading nny Kidney or Bladder Trouble, or suffer with llheumatism or Pain In The Back or Stomach "Fniil- n-livos" a fair trial. This wonderful fruit medicine will do you a woild of good, as it cures when even-tiling else fails. 60c. a box, Ii for trial size, 25o. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fviut-a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. Tlic Brantford Congregational cliurcl has called Rev. .1. Thompson o Niagara Falls, N.Y., to become pas tor, succedinc Rev. M. Ksliy. Of Interest to the FARMER PRICES FOR LOW GRADE BEEF (drain Growers' Guide) Hnrely it ovnr lias the opportunity to dispose of low grade boot stoota at j. prolit beoil as food as it Is at pres- ent. Cutters, 'eauners, bologna bulls and such market grades have been unusually firm find are being picked up eagerly on all markets. Hides and byproducts aro also hlBh. Nearly all the packers are behind with war or- ders and the general dHnand for moat products of all kinds Is Inordinate. .Much o! tho low grade product Just mentioned 'can be utilized almost as well for certain purposes, as much choicer stuff: The usual supply ul beef from south-western States is short owing to droughts. Packers In the United States have little or no frozen licet to fall back on, tho supply of stall fed cuttle appear small, and the chances of a supply of good mar- ket stock next year are none too bright on account of the unusual prices for feeders and atockers nt present. Consequently It now looks like a good time for farmers to clean up on all cheap cattle. A large order placed comparatively recently with a Montreal firm for GOU.- one-pound cans of beet' slow to be used for army rations, is largely responsible for this. This order nee. essitates regular Veeklj- deliveries for one year. American as well as Canadian packers are helping supply the order and American packers will (ill the larger part of it. It has been estimated that It would take Donaldson Line The Popular Scotch Service Sailing! PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. ATHENIA July 2 CASSANDRA July 16 Cabin passengers only. ftato Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. Kor ralcc and other Information apply to any Ilailroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville Street. REPORT OF PROBATION OFFICER OF LETHBRIDGE I'lio Superintendent ot Dependent and Jnlinquont Children, Kdmonlim, AN borta: following Is a brlut nury ol matter." relating to the Chll- nary of matters relating to the beg to submit herewith a re- Iran's Shelter, Lothbridgc. for (ho pm.t Or work which has been done voar IIUS: In tho Lothbridgo Shelter during the otllcer. Win. Lamb; voar 1911; matron of Shelter, Miss 0. A. Dainty; I' with regard to improvements in Ihe Shelter during the past year. 1 the British market. Without doubt, Canada stands in a hotter position to- lay to develop a permanent bacon Irade with Great Uritain than has ever been the case before. To do his. however, there must be volume of supply. There is very good reason to believe that, although prices can- not he expected to remain at the present high level, the demand for iiacon. in the face of tho supply that he obtained, will he such as to hold the market in a very Jlrm eon dition, both during and for a eon siderahle period following the war. Great Britain's Imports of bacon ir Reports of Lethbridge Shelter REPORT OF MATRON OF THE CHILDREN'S SHELTER, LETHBRIDGE Superintendent of Dependent and Delinquent Children, Edmonton, Alberta: beg to submit herewith a re tour maids. Financial Report January February March April May June September October November December January .March April say that we rearranged the Shelter so that we could have a play-room for the small children. It is a nice bright 34H.S4 room, furnished with low lables. "13.00 chairs and benches, and several drap- ers for treasures. Through the kind- ness of Mrs. L. II. .lohnslono and sev- eral of her friends, the room was well I M3.39I supplied with story books, dolls and j [good toys. Babies in the Shelter The little ones have been exception- ally bright anil healthy, no deaths and no sickness worth mentioning. They lived out of doors and their skin got quite brown; this seemed In make them quite fascinating, because in I several instances tho few hairs Look at Yourself with the Doctor's eyes. If your tongue is coated and your breath offensive your skin sallow or marred with your bowels are you are bothered with Stomach Trouble or Chronic take what many doctors recom- Effervescent Salt. For over a quarter of s. century, Abbey's Effervescent Salt, taken in warm water, has been the FOR SALE BY PAOK SEVEN regular morning health-giver of thousands of people. Prepared in the laboratories of the Abbey Effervescent Salt Co., Montreal, it is used all over Canada, be-' cause of its proven value in correcting Constipation, Bilious- ness, Indigestion, Headaches, irritated Bladder or Kidneys due to excessive Uric acid in the system, and in many forms of Gout and Rhe- umatism. For the Nerves, lake Abbey's Vita Tablets, SOcabon. Effer-, vescent ALL DRUGGISTS Th babies lay in they became i 1915 amounted to From Canada she obtained only The fact that Canadian bacon has heen selling at an advance of from 10 to 12e. per ewt. above American and at not more than 12s. under the nominal quotation for Danish, illus- trates very clearly to what extent Canada could increase her export trade, had she a sufficient quantity of hogs to make this possible. The May Juno -Inly August September October November December esa 000 canner cows yielding 1125 pounds D- of carcass In each of which is 15 English merchant and pounds of bone, to fill this order and if half a pound of cooked beef went Into, each can with almost twice as much of the raw product would lie necessary. The demand for breed- ing stock is going to preclude the fill- Ing of this, with canner cows even if there were enough cows, so It will be necessary to use many othor classes of cheap beef and there must be a general strengthening of low class grades. It will pay better to get rid of old cows, bulls, oxen, etc., now than o hold them over for a year or two. era from winter a ind last Save Your Hair Willi Ncwbro's I-Ierpicidi; (Made in Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phons 1191 F ___ iho face of prospective beet prices It is encouraging to notice the compara- Itive movement of stockers and feed- ers from the Winnipeg stockyards this a indicated below: 1916 Man. Bask. Altn. TI. a. Ill1 13S 30 26 .31 403 .244 G-10 217 1915 All Western 107 Provinces 302 581 Thus while 1420 stockers and feed- ers went to U. S. markets through Winnipeg In the first three monthB of 1015 only 243 found their way there in 191G. In addition to this commis- sion man have had on baud a very large number of orders from western buyers that they have been unaSle to fill'. Month January February March January February .March As reached HOGS well "known, hogs unpreccdentedly an have high per being paid for fed and watered, on the Toronto market. The fact that, even with live hogs at this figure, shipments ot ba- con are regularly going forward to England, will serve to illustrate very clearly the demand for that product HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 _.... the British onsumer will buy Canadian bacon oday, quality being equal, in prefer- nce to that from any other country n the world, with tho possible excep- ion to Ireland. N'ot only so. but an normous market exists also for ams, frozen pork and pork cuts of arious descriptions. This market Is s remunerative as the bacon trade, j Ithough it Is not likely to prove as Commissioners, j. D. 2.320.S9 Expenditure....... lucome City of Lethbridge had were white. 223.90 Utrong enough to tip Ihe basket over j 254.3ri and roll out; then they were trans- j ferred to beds. A pen was added this 2-17.75 year to prevent, the wee. things from ]88.60 creeping loo far away. ,1 flower garden wan madej i during Ihe year, and gave a great i ideal of pleasure to the children dur-! ing the summer months. They would go to it lirst tiling in the morning, to see if any new flowers were out. and Children Admitted to and Discharged From the Home Children in Shelter at end of 1911 11 No. admitted during 1st quarter 1.) No. admitted during 2nd quarter 12 No. admitted during 3rd quarter Xo admitted during II Ii quarter they did not pick the flowers unless they were asked to do so. This may seem strange, but it is quile interest- ing to observe how quickly these chil- dren begin to feel a responsibility in the home. Delinquent Girls The girls did fairly well. Two were married to respectable young men, U I and one of these, who had a baby in 1 the Shelter, took the baby to her new _ 'home, and the arrangement seems ni unite satisfactory. One girl, sixteen Cases Dealt With by Juvenile Court "id. working steadily and distant. The west is producing ;reat quantity of rough grain this As compared vvith wheat, it vill probably bu relatively low in irice. H should, therefore, be a sound msiness proposition to breed nany sows this spring as would pro- each farm next fall, with such a lumber of feeding hogs as call he conveniently handled and suitably finished. They should, however, be o selected and mated as to maintaii Commissioners Number of children brought before Canon Mcllillen bbtliam, Esq.: Theft Out after curfew Assault Dependent.................. Usine profane language Neglected children Destroying property 1 Cases Dealt With Out of Court The Probation Ofiicer adjusted ou ing property, breaking window; throwing stones and quarrellin amongst themselves. Tola he approved bacon type. Unless this j ot court 138 cases, .such as ie done, we cannot compete with Ire-' and and Denmark and will lose status on the British market. The develop- ment of our bacon trade is a purely commercial undertaking and we must early recognize that we cannot sell to he British merchant unless we give lira what he wants. This granted, thrifty management and- good feeding should yield a return this year which will more than compensate for all the abor involved. GOVERNMENT PROVIDES ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Ottawa, June military hos- pitals commission has issued a notice calling public attention to the fact that the government is providing arti- ficial limbs for all members of the ex- peditionary forces who have suffered amputation, and that a few imposters who are going about the country' so- liciting subscriptions for artificial limbs for soldiers should be reported to the authorities. A special factory is being established by the hospital commission in connection with the new convalescent hospital in Toronto for the manufacture and fitting of artificial limbs for all who- require them. of With During Year 11 Total number of children....... Discharged during 1st quarter... Discharged during 2nd quarter.. Discharged during 3rd quarter.. Discharged during 4th quarter.. Total number discharged 40 No. children in Shelter at end of December, 1915 (Signed) WILLIAM LAMB. 'Probation Office FAIR Claresholm, .luly 28. Granmn, August Vulcan, August 3 4.. Carmangay. August 9. Macleod, August Raymond, August Cardslon, September Magrath, September 6. Warner, September 7 S. Pincher Creek, September Taher September 25 26. Grassy Lake, September Wiunlfred, September 29. DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Asieti Incorporated 1860. Surplus W I L S O N J5 K E I T H C P R Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891 Hail Insurance A Policy with UB is as "Good ai the Golden Orain itself." Send'to- day for full WE ALSO WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT'INSURANCES AND FIDELITY AND GUARANTEE BONDS; ACADIA BLDG. LETHBRIDQE, 'AliTAl PHONE i32S Happy Farmer SEE THIS TRACTOR Calgary Fair making a month. She could not read nor write when she came to us. and had never been to school, but during the eight months in domestic service, she has learned to road, make her own clothes, make clothes for her small brother and sister, insured her life, and made a deposit in the savings bank. The Cell We contrived to turn a pantry into a cell. The cell in the basement seems rather severe for small offend- In many cases the child does not cally understand that ho Is doing vroiig, when lie steals or uses profane anguage; he never heard anything else ill his home. For that reason, [indness and interest in his welfare makes a lasting impression on him. lowever, we trust we may not find he cell necessary. Clothing During the early part of the year vc were short of clothing. To the casual observer it did not appear, hut to those of us in the home who had to keep the garments neat and clean, t was a delirium. However, it was our own fault; we did not realize so many people were ready to help the children. We made an appeal to the churches and the response was most Iberal in some instances supplying the materials and the Girls' Auxiliary loiug the sewing. The following have helped to make conditions better, and more pleasing for the children: The Children's Aid: Mrs. O. Robinson, Mrs. L. M- Johnatone. Mrs. StoKor, Mr. Arthur Hisinbotham. Church Auxiliaries: St. Paul's Ro- man Catholic, St. Cyprian's Anglican, jt. Mary's, Knox Presbyterian and St. Andrew's Presbyterian. The number of children dealt witll during the year was 43, disposed of as follows: Returned to parents or guardians 14 Sent to foster homes 20 Placed in domestic service....... Placed at farm work 3 Sent to Home of Refuge 1 In Shelter JJ 43 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., D.C.I.., Pwiiicnt' (OHN AJRD, General Manager H. V. F. JONES. Aiw't V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Centre! Bnnrhta CAPITAL, IESJERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail, Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgt Alberta distributors Jack Blair Co. Phone 1544. Lethbridge, Alta. OF CANADA When will Yen Save U yon don't Save NOW? Though your will no doubt increase, so will your many find that the latter more than keep pace with the former. Now is tha time to start a Reserve Fund tha Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Is the place to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand nonr-you can opon iccount vith any sum, down to dollar-Hand draw lnUiutwlt. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manajer. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA MEAD OrFlCE TORONTO SOLDIERS, ATTENTION! Our Savings Bank provides a suitable and convenient place for your surplus Funds. A joint account is specially adapted for those going overseas. Apply to LETHBRIDGE BRANCH EST'D IB73 G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, Total Ages 1 year and under 2 years and under 3 years aud under 4 years and under 5 years and under............. 6 years and under 7 years and under 8 years and under 9 years and under 10 years MIH! under 11 years and under............ 12 years and under 13 years and under 14 years and under 15 years and under 2 16 years and under 3 Total Nationalities English Iceland Dane Russian American German Italian Scotcli Austrian Slavish FreiiuU Religions Roman Catholic Presbyterian Salvation Army i Protestant [Methodist 1 Evangelical Lutheran Anglican (Signed) GRACE DAINTY Matron, Children's suelt< M Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide (Made in fl The Management of Fire Insurance and Collec- tion of Rents form a part of our business. __________ .....________----- _.----- _---- British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 S15 5th STREET SOUTH-CONYBEARE BLOCK-LETHBRIDGe An Experienced Executor The of Wi'll ealli for wide experience In financial and commercial matteri. Thi. 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