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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRSDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JUNE M, (Ml. PAGE THRSt. AT LOW PRICES FULJ- MND COMPLETE STOCK PIONEER LUMBER YARDS OF CANADA Capital, Rest and In- divided Profits Exceed Ready Cash ______________________Unlike most invest- ments, money deposited in the Union Bank is always ready for use. There is never any delay or loss getting it when you want it. It is absolutely safe, and always worth dollar for dollar. Don t tie up your money in risky ventures, when you can get compound interest on it here, with absolute security, and the privilege of withdrawing it at any time. LETHBRIOGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, LITTLE GIRL ABUSED IN SHOCKING MANNER Hull Woman Charged in Police Court With Starving, Beating, and Tor- turing her Young Daughter Ottawa, June most apalling case of cruelty was revealed in the Hull Police Court this morning. Mrs. Eugene Lajoie of Aylmer was charg- ea with starving and otherwise ill- treating her ten-year-old daughter Lena, who since birth sems to have It-en the object of the unnatural mo- ther's hatred. The reason she gave her dislike to the child was th it latter had beeu named after !idr husband's sister, whom she Eminence showed that the child was irtated more like an ill-favored dog than like a human-being. She was allowed to eat at the table ih.- rest of the family, and the ,ieigh- b'.'ro said the unfortunate little M't- cast searched in the yard for pel- ings and scraps of raw meat with which to appease her hunger. V- hen remonstrated with Mrs. jojc replied that the family doctor would not allow- her to feed rbili. Froquently the mother had ot.--.-n se-iTi si'tmp in a room of the houce with a heavy stick in her making little girl run up aw, in her, and beating hrr v-t-.'y each time she passed. At other times the fiendish mother Vd her twelve -i rote son drag his yo.njji.- until the floor, bum the child became v her unconscious. Another kind of torture was to keep the little girl on bended knees for HOW LADY ABERDEEN TELLS IRELAND IS GOING AHEAD Fight Against Farmers to ed Export of Lace From a campaign against tubercu- losis in Ireland to a rally in Canada of wonu-n campaigners for right ag- ainst wronir of all sorts, her Excel- lency Aberdeen, President of the International Council of Women, has the come, incidentally casting into balanct.1 her personal influence, experience and executive ability. Naturally, as wo art: awakening to the possibility exterminating the white plague in our own country, some questions were asked as to what was being done in Ireland where the evil is so acute and the campaign so general and organized. "The death rate In said her Excellency, "is about and of that about 500 deaths are from tuberculosis far more- than from any other disease. Of course the trouble is wnrst where there is poor housing and poor food, but. all classes are af- fected. Sixty years ag" Ireland was hours at a time.. Often the mother in a bettor condition in regard threatened to her. When tuberculosis than either England interfered the child was in Scotland, but during time a serious a condition that she had to be 1ias in tlie taken to the hospital in Ottawa., last' countries. Ireland where the house surgeon found her in j cannot bo said t" be much worst1 than but the death has not go'.to think, though is taking up the matter to quite an extent. There is a great movement towards technical education, in all ways. Take the matter of poultry "alone. The last three years the in- crease, of Ireland's exports of fires and poultry has been sterling each of the years: that i? increase in the three years. That lit- tle fact tells us how that industry has gone ahead. Imports and exports are both increasing." Increase in Lace and Crochet As to the lace and crochet of the women, her Excellency said thai these industries had done A great deal for districts where the people could do nothing else, and where they -were so far away from centers and their work must be what could go by par- cel post. "The export of lace and crochet work Ireland has increased some eight times in the last twenty years. There is a very well organized lace depot in Dublin, as well as wholesale depots in Paris and London. In Paris there is a great market, because so many Americans go there." The developing of the manufacture of carpets was also spoken of as one of the later assets of Irish industry. There was a considerable amount of this carpet-making done in Donegal, where also they still kept up the white i embroidering. Small carpet factor- ies were started In certain places by the Congested Districts Board. The carpets made were quite distinctive in colors and designs, and were so thick that they had the reputation of j never wearing out. returned from a month's visit to Great Falls, Mont., and Mr. Ro- gers from Michel. bridge crew which has been here for four months pulled out for the north branch on Saturday night. The b'-ys had come to be looked on a? residents and it was all-a-sarne leaving home to so away. The heavy fhower of rain Saturday night was very welcome not {he growing but it has made breaking easier and many out- fits that had suspended operations havo resumed, which means a great- ly increased acreage of fall wheat for district. K- Machin returned on Sunday from a two weeks trip to the Coast. A meeting was held- .on Monday night at Blairmore of representatives frotn Blairmf're- Frank, Lundbreck, and Pincher for the Pur' pose a Pass baseba11 Ieafrue' Particulars of may be looked in a few yS- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HJUI> OFFICE. TOEOKTO ESTABLISHED 8. X. WAIHR, HJCZA9DZE LAIED, Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES CARDSTON NOTES On Monday Mrs. Attena Williams returned from the Y.Tj.M.M.I.A. con- vention held at Salt Lake City the early part of the month. She brought Miss Oa Jacobs, a sister of Mr. Z.W. Jacobs, to Canada to spend the sum- mer. Mr. Coombs, recently of Old Mexi- co, has decided to live in Alberta, and trill assist his brother, Mark A. Coombs, in the harness business. Mr. McKinnon. the government bridge builder, ctimo in from Macleod a ravenous state and her body W11S at time, ed with scars and bruises. from this cause Tht! woman's husband admits perceptibly. District News he knew of the cruel treatment bv the t5-'' is turning. During tlie Place Your Orders for new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by ibis Bank are a most in winch to carry money when travelling. They are issued in deoom and MM! the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium; Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Switzerland u stated oo the of each cheque, while in other rnrnwriM arc payable at current rates. The mad all regardiaf them may be obtained at mmmj tf UIA Lethbridge Branch Manager looking over the came in on Monday's train. will bridges in this district which were constructed last j-ear. Lea-dbeater and Swain mother, but claims he has told her to stop it. The case was adjourned same period there has been so much emigration that Ireland lias been today pending tire calling of more! drained in a double way." witneses. HAVE YOU ANY REAL ESTATE TO SELL We can dispose of it to the best advantage Do you wish to Rent a House or Pr.rchaBe Properly in any part of the city f We can fill your requirements. The following will give you ?ome idea of the bar- gains we have to offer: Handsome double residence containing 14 rooms situate in Riverview, only 84.200. Easy terms New house in Riverview. modern, only Easy terms New 7 room house in Duff Addition, only Easy terms House and Two Lots on Argyle Avenue, only SI.200 Lots in Riverview. only S425 Lots in North Ward, only each Stephen C0L Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission. Agents Room 1 Ott Block COALDALE Coaldale, June and Mrs. A- A- were making calls here In regard to the means used Excellency said these jthis week and expect to spend were very much the same as wee be- this week amonS friends- ing adopted building of Mr' and Mr- and :Mrs- sanitariums and educating the people Le-v wen> Lethbridge calle.rs Tuesday, bv literature and in other wavs. Sevoral from here attended Miss A Travelling Caravan IOlive Washington's dramatic enter- "We have a travelling exhibition, at Lethbridge on Tuesday which is always accompanied by lee- i even turers. This has been going about for the last eighteen months or two years i and has gone into nearly every part j of Ireland. Where it could not go we have had a travelling caravan con- j taining a partial exhibit, accompan-i ied by a medical lecturer, a lady giv- j ing cooking demonstrations, the dis- j tribntion of literature, a gramophone, j a magic lantern and so Her Excellency was asked if the! ficurt's began to any results for! the work that had been done. "This year we are pleased that the death rate is a decimal point very little of course, but it shows hope i 'It may be beginning to tell. There' is no t'li'iibt.people everywhere are be-: ginning to grasp the situation, that; it is not an incurable disease, not her- Mrs. Owens from the Cameron dis- trict was shopping in Coaldale Sat- urday. Herbert. Woods from dt. Louis, Mo., arrived Monday and will spend his sumer vacation with Pawson Bros. Mirs. Shrurnm will entertain the Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon. I The first year of Coaldale School closes Friday. 'Miss Potts from Ta- her was the teacher. j Alberta Suggit was thrown from a j horse Friday, resulting in a. badly j sprained ;irm. Children'! Day exercises arc i- held at 2.30 p. in. Sunday. Tb.e Irrigation Company has fin-1 ished the western section of the j lateral ditch, throe miles s'anh of j here. This will be much j DRAYING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 i- i -i z n editarv, and that it is preventable. they are ed by the farmers under it. Some ar 'to T Winner of Gold Medal at Winnipeg Exhibition, 1908. THE KINNARD HAINES (FLOUR CITY) Gasoline Traction Engine Maximum of Power and General Least Fuel Consumption. Write or call and get more particulars from the Agents Western Canada Agency Offices. Macdonald Block Ltd. i plannin All parties, creeds. classes are i 'this week. just determined that thev are going i I'our <--ur worthy bachelors arc- to tret rid of it. "_ i planning or erecting nouses, ihose Co-operation Amongst rarmers f T o" r i- i Turning to the Irish industries in i already under way. which her Excclloncv. as the wife of I. T T is to erect a large cottage of concrete Lord-Lieutenant, has always blocks. B. S. Pawson will erect, a frame General Teaming When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me. or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR irrigating grain j John Davidson th such keen and practical interest, Lady Aberdeen said that the. country i was beginning to so ahead very nice- ly, more especially in agricultural in- dustries, upon which Ireland must always depend. cottage. Wedding bells COWLEY Cowley, June was a great day for sports. At five o'clock I "There is a great deal more of co- exhibition of that operation among the farmers; that is hag been 6een in Cowley for 50mc timc jdue in a great degree to Sir Horace afforded bv a game betweon Plunkott and those working with him. and a team from pincher The Department of Agriculture, local tcam had beon jmproved and strengthened and the result was j T. E. PATTERSON. .strong tea-m. The visitors put up a j Office. Oliver Block, Phone 287. i game and won 16 to S. Mr. j HOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Rd. Price. ash. !Jones of Pincher Creek made an effi- cient umpire. About o'clock there was a football match between the surveyor? and a i Towley team. The game was lively 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. j During the evening the Polo chib i recently formed here had their second practice, seven players taking part. 40 ACRES FOR'SALE IN 5 OR 10i From appearances the game seems. acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy j to have caught on and a team able to terms-___________________________j defend itself against all comers will 10 ACRES IN NORTH WARD- j doubt be developed. Good house, to lease on eaay terms. I P. Rogers and children Get our PRICES li on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el -ewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known J j Metal Shingle and Siding 5 i Co.'s goods in stock T I OLIVER'S COMPINY Office and Factory Cor. HOUND and IGMNS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smth St, FUe 195 reside at Cardston. Mr. and Mr. Swain came here about two months ago. When you hear the name STH C EY you can be assured that it stands for the best grades of LUMBE for our lumber, whether considered from the point of quality or prices, takes its place in the very best COMPANY Just the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kim- dried Lumber, in latest de- si ens. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house A. Sfiencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOD The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots Korth of the Railroad and West at Westminster HI FROM 1 EACH TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per auin MM Mluy ud IrrtytiM d, (UM Aiti. ;