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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRTDGE DATT.Y mCRALD UNIQUE OPERATION BRINGS AN INFANT BACK TO HEALTH Lived for Weeks Without Taking Food, While Doctors Fed Nutrition Through Skin-Cared for * by Department of Neglected Children � K(liii(inti)rr, Miiinli 21 -alurv ol a ilclicalo surgicul fxpeiiir III ff.'iid mitrjiirm Uirouglc \.hv UMii ot (�lie iiil'aiit lor -woi.'kH. is one til tlui most intorf-Ktine that liic sii-];i riiitonddnt (if nccltcii'd cliildri-ii 1ms 1.. irll Tllf I liiliKfui (iilVMoii oi llii' (jllild fi'i/ii ii iiii'i'n .slmdciw l.o Hii- "Iicalllii-r^l child ill the provinces" by thin 'Irlicnir px|ifriMU.'nt, in v,liirli iiiitn-li.iii n.i.s fed lluiod thro'ifch its month, rs one of the nai^l iiiiiiinc ,i, luiMlical 'Ncieiice lhat I has ycl heen hraid ol in tliii |) >- , IlKT j Tlii^ infant was discDvereil adiiie |ii,i)iiths ap.ii hy the departnienl nt ne iflec'tc'd eliildi-eii in a foster homo luil 'far from i'Miuontoii, in a most ter-, rible stale of exisiciiee The Infunt .had not received proper ruilritioi. ! KitK-'c its hiril,. and lis foster parents ',\ere givinif il little nr iin at-I lenlitjin. I .Snatched from the verire of the 'giine hy the oflicers -of the dpparl-i iiient, ibf infant wax taken to the ichildren'H limne. where the doctors 'set about to revive the child. Thev , fiMind lhat it v.'iis impossible to feed , the infant food throiiKh its nicuth and lsl(jmach, and the'delicate experiment of feedini; it nutrition through i's .skin was resnrle/| lo This unique experiment succeeded Ml well that the child is now one of the healthiest In the pc.ivince This Ik only one of the manv stor-I (e.s of retirneratiun of elijlilren pluok- (id from the depths, in the province of .\llierta. ('hildren from a Un\ �weeks' old tu 17 years old have been pn.ssril throiij^h t.lie hands of the de-jiartine'it of ne,;lecti'd and deliiii|u(fnt liilldriii. .ind all have iinder.i^nne thi' ifnencratjon from a state nf physical collapse ni utter depr.ivity in n enii-dituin III liuUil.^ respectable e.vislence, and lui\e been placed m. .( fair road to uecoiiic citi/ens nf �(jii;i in future ilavs. CALLS BOSTON RIVAL Or^ RENO I AS PLACE FOn EASY DIVORCE ' V.'ORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE J'roMiicial Treasurer Caldei. of .Saskatchewan in bis budget aiiiioiiiie-cd a .Mwplns of $230.01)0. liepreseiitatives of the Kram sec-lion ..if I he Tiinniti.i Hoard nf Tt^dc, tlie Ddiiiiiiioii Mllleis' \ssoolli'Kin and the Uesleru drain (ir(;wers' .As-.m'Cjaiion apia.'ared before the glslator S lya Young i i Wives' Coking Causoa DomCBtic ! Infellelty Atrona the Pogr Boston. ,Mag�., March i!!.--lioKtoD It fast bof;omlng t!ie rival of Hcnio. Scv.. as B city whci-u 11 Is eaay lo obuiin! :. divorce �ays Kcprcsoniathe C.ivani .oinh. Ilo waiit(;'d a hill p:,s.-. d pr ivid- ; iiig for the aiipouitnient ot ,i co.i.iais-. I slot! to Invostfaatp' dlvoiccs in ' chiiKf;!IS. ; .Mihinigh the reKol.i;i'.ii was defeii-1(1 b.v a vote, at llSl to Inl^ li is p.-ob-iiblo an �itt(iiTipt will be uiadi.' tu ae-ciiro a K.-rrjadiiiK. I{i.>pr(isenlalive Koott- said ibe rea-, son for dlxorcn amonf: liie pnur is inO; ! inat.illty of young v.;v(.;." u, cjok U-r ^ � ilieir husbands. � He aaiJ tf'.e l)c...'l v. ay j lo li sscii t.iie fivils' of ilivni'.c "nii;.,! I be to install s.'hools ol' domcjlie sc! ] '. f'liee In every city. j "\'\'here there i-i tin cocjking. r'u'rti i is no food.," he suiu, "^ind ihi^ hus-.) band nati.n'ull\ tuitiH to drink with ilioj result that" div()rce or cniidUions In-i finitely w'orsc-? follow. Thec is too jnueb talk;'about'thG lr)\esiij;ruioii of divorce among the ri(;'i. Whai wo need to look after in the condiilon: anions the poor. Those .\'ev.port .swell.s really for.i;ot win; iheir fatbiM's and mother are because tlivnr e and renin/Tiage is so common amoDS rhem." A pure, wholesome lenvenliDig agent. wMch makes the biscuit and calce oi highest healthful* ness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, wliich is the greatest dietary danger o3 the day. Andrew Leach, colored, metally un-i A grouj) of Montreal Meihodlstsf Wm. H. Godwin, of Kingston, Atop-sound, aniiod with a re.volver, drov(>'�ave Riven XT.'J.OOn loward the $1,BU0,-11'ed dtiad In the post office while eaah-. the workmen off the G. T. K. coal|000 fund to tw raiHed by the church ini>ng a money order. Ho was �7 year�j chutes at Windsor unlll he was ar; (Canada, .1. W. Mc('onn�H coutribut- old, and had lived In Kitigsioii sinc/g ' rested. 'Ing $25000. > IS'SX ,  HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Advance Showing of All the Newest Designs in Spring Wear �^^E beg to call your attention to our advance showing of Spring Styles, This year it has been our intention to buy nothing but the very best and very newest Styles for spring wear. Our reputation in the past for being up-to-date has always been a good one, but we feel confident this year that we have outclassed all previous attempts. Under the new management our buyers have been allowed a wider field to select from and have taken advantage of this opportunity. We would strongly advise you to look over our stock before making your purchases Men's and BoysV Clothing News \ onj- hiti'i'L'sis iiiid ouj-s alt' vtlt'iili-i-al. Siicfpssful ciol liiriu- I'vum suiudpoini of Imili liiiyer ainl '^cMcr rc|�-. rt>seii].,s.. iiidusiiry in dctcrniiiiiDii'. J.Jjc iK.'V\'(',s/ .slyU-'.';. juiio-iiKMil il) llic iiialh'i (�r flit and scliM'tidU of I'iilii'ics. and iii-icii'i'ify ill jjtHkin.y. H. H. clotliiiiu' I'oi- |)r('.�'iif scasdu's w'cai' rcprcscii I . surpass mii' pffsioiis records in clicst-' )n)iiil�. W (" l)t'li('\'t;' .�iinl w f lliiniv \l';i('l ion lo all. volTHs- Sins Lour pants, in ilueo pieces, in wnr.^u�ds. .serge, and I rteed�. .fust the riKhl things tor .spriiiK near, i^i/.es to Prices from MIZS'S SI ITS \'i p have il very l:irRe stock of nieu's ~uits. .ind are offerinfi somt- very itMiiiiilns barpnins. U'e liave all slylc-s- in '�o and three-; piece suits, and all our suits am widl made and can stand comparison wiiti an.v i usioies ni ub' 4111 nieiiis. I'l'ic Hs from $12.0� t� .00 IJOVS' SI ITS fin.\ s ItiiKsi.iii, Sailor and Buster tirnwn Styles .-'mi.-, n iwi'fd.". seryes and fancy woi-Rled mateiial. in a c-'inluii.i-lion of cfllors. sultalile for present wear. Iroin .S^.T.'i to $7.50 RliVi--' Norfolk and ifs.uffolk ,'^uits. in twn pieies. in i \arlety of eolorlng-s. with iilain and blooiiui siyie 2;i to :i:'i. .143..50 to .$10.00 Our slock of immitalion. as well a.c; real Torchan and \'al-enciennes. is now complete. have malched .selK in ever.v pattern. Also (jiiipure. lyi(.-.e!5 in white and cmani, at very leiniit-iiip )iriee!�.Torrhori Lace ranges rryin ... ^ . .U- per yni'il Reynier's Oloves are the besi gloves to bn.v. The Hi'.vniir is made to our order, of fini: ("reiiih Kid Skins, in shades of tan. nioSe, grey, pastel, whJtt allll black, with dome fasieners.' Price ,P(ii' pair $1.25 Dress Linens-e.xira fine cpial-ity; an eA'teiisi�e ran^e of shades sniu.blfi for summer dresses, in iiaiHve. Rreen. ^rey. pink. Alice bii'ie. brown and navy; 27 inches wide. ;>0(' |KM' yiu'dj C'rum'a K.nglish Prints are ihe most durable and tiie ties! washing fabri," that can be obtained. We have .'.50 pieces in preily floral and strijied effects. inches wide. I2i/2" iiawn AVai>h. with .-lIloVlM- O!".!il-oi! - orcil ri'()n(>. hiiicii n(M'k>. shojM >i('i'\( ne.-ii ly hicktMl: I'ini-li -t'd with laci'>. rriri'-.. O.'m- (o .$2.50 I^aiiios' 'J'a i lorcd Shi rt Wai.--].s, inailc ii'itni lawn-^. liiicit> and v;ter of -ix. rrie(>- $2.25 We are sole a^'ciils lor liOThbridg-f. anti disiriei tor the "Hurt" Slioe. This sliof' is adniilted to be (he finest gTaite.., etc. These tire made Iroin selected viei kid, gini meitil. ho.\-call'. ;ind r;iiio-e in qtviees from $1.00 (o $:i.50 |km- pair. are catoi-iiig For (n'ery maw in the ciiy. \\'e have all stylos and all" prices. Otn- workino,- slioes cannot be e(|ualled for value. Onr prices raiig'e Iroin $1.35 to $7.00 per pair. Ladies' Waists, Skirts, Coats and Underskirts LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS made of best white lanu, jieatJy tucked; (mill oidBred collar and (iuffB, In all air.-i-s ReKular tirl^e, Sl.?.a. Sale 05 to JIO.OU. Sale Price $5.00 House Furnishings SoiiK* Extra Specials in the Carpel Dept. 41' only, J�9mae�� Mats, i! x li. Regular lioc. Friday only................................................. 40c HI onlv. Japanese Matting .Souures, size 6x0, ^ 4 l^f\.^0 ftxfi. Reg. 12 and $3. .Saturday only .. # li n^jw 2 only, Wilton Rugs, 9xl0'6", In fawn and green. Keg. flj*|0 Cft 137.50. Saturday............................ 4�wC3U 77 PAIRS (.'hlkl R tan and black Mutton Boots, in Kid or Pelible Leather. Size H to T. Saturday Special- 650 Shoes 68 PAIRS fJirls' Pebble I.nalh-er Button Boots. Si-/^ to 10 Satuitiay ISpeoial- S5c 73 PAIRS .Misses P�bbl� Le�t1] er BootB. seivu sole. A good Kchool shoe. SJios U to 2. Saturday Special- Hi 9433141 ;