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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i V HERALD PAGE KLEVEN Tho BabyWelfare sessions are tut It Iftfliopiod that the campaign just ea hli commencing Will to grow as person in realizes a duty to the community In tWs re Seldom does there appear in Ijflthbrldgea man so wellversed 4n Ills subject orWith a more wellbnl ancod viewpoint than His lectures have not only been in spiring but have left something be hind for citizens to think It is a pity if there aVb any mothers in Lethbridgo not aeon his ex hibit or taken to heart the there fn The baby the the Little Mothers glemon strstkm class all come In for special mention and the hearty cooporatlon of everyone that has helped to make tho campaign a I Atthree ociock yesterday the after noon of Baby Welfare were continued in Wesley Baker was Itt the chair and opened the ses slon by a few remarking that being a baby is a hazardous Campbells Campbell then spoke uponVThe Prevention Infectious Diseases In stating that the majority 1 ot babies are born with a perfect bo dy In perfect He then went on to describd1 the difference between in foctous or coptagious Campbell gaviji three methods of pre vention of by keening the child healthy If there is no disease iri the by staying away from the homes of those infected and avoiding gatherings when infectious every thkt fifty the largest factor In the of the and that most eas giving lnds of grim She toltl imtal benefits examples Bites such as lly Influenjfert thrb of the physical and derived from the various kinds and in her earnest apeecif sodft convinced her hearers of the values to be derived from Marriage Dobson took a4 his subjepl The Marriage xqi and taking up the themewhere he left off at his address went on to state that the family has been fixed by our ideals ns regard to and that study rin this tfolnt has re vealed that some jJeMpria1 are unfitted married Dobson diseases are and casii of disease keeping away frpm others thfet are that is closely observing the quarantine Campbells forcible remarks were of great value to the mothers Miss Gladys Hilling then very ex cellently rendered a piano and wasfollowed by Miss Jackson in her Education Through Education and Thjir speakerln remarks were great education was of She explained that the development of Men Wanted for the Canadian Service Officers Applications requested frqm ified to fill positions Chief Artificer and Artificer En Pay to per under usual Petty Off leers and Men Engine Room to Seamen to Stokers to to to per day end monthly separation under usual Some vacancies for Boy ages Pay Free Qualified men cannot find a better way to serve their country during the Officer 0 RAINBOW Naval Recruiting Industrial Bureau MAIN WINNIPEG or Naval Recruiting Secretary THE Rtnudy for Appendicitis Appendicitis and Kidney Stones aro often by Gall and misleadpeople until those attacks qf Gall Stone Colic Wot one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers know is the ftfarlatt8 Specific will ewe wjtjiouf pain or oper Buy from JACKSON to the four classes ol people who Should not namely the the Insane through affect ed wlthjtenereal diseases and those in whom tuberculosis IB The speaker explained the distinc tion between the physically defective and mentally In the case of the formerit cAh in the case of theIatter it is a state cannot be cuted they lack something treating can never ta not tal but Schools where the rest of their faculties be oped So that they nan work which others have planned for In this connection DiibsOn stated that there is no stigma to be attached to such mental any more than physical v Should Not From 60 to 80 per of mental defectivesare due to and consequently should Be prevented from wjitle the remaining 20 to 40 per to accidents at diseases orolivet He stated that wflg no ease on rec ordwherfl two who fad marrjefl had produced normal Many facts and illustrationsregarding au thentic cases orKffecord from the of such types many ftll of had to be daseo frpm actual life serv ed to drivehome trtelitw of arid point that ine feeble minded should then gave the classification of feeblemind ed as the which isthe lowest the and the moron which is the hlgbjst tyrJe and diffi cult to butwhich is a type that lacks thinking power and control and is more dangerous tftan any pther since they are often regarded as nor mal and easily victimsof vicious Interacting He then went on to give esting The of minded in Canada is from 3 to J per which at thdt rate would give the western provinces 5000 fee He stated that in the pro vince of Alberta there are on record mental detectives in the In Ontario and in the Dominion He then touchedon the wrong treatment of these people and their proper Venereal Dobson then spoke on the sub ject of venereal diseases stating that the feebleminded are often carriers of venereal In the there are peopleblind from gon and in Great Britain blind from the same He em phasized the fact that It shouift be a as it is In some that every child when bora eyes wiped outwith soipe proper wtlsep lie and he upon the serious problem tlnU there were 35 of the births last year in Canada where there was neither dc tor nor nurse in Serious The speaker Uteri went oh to the subject ot whioft should be dealt with as ah infectouadisease explaining how easily It can be con tructed from drinking or from using a table warning the public against quick treatments which in some states are punishable This is a cjyii problem which should have the attention the pelvic though the au thorities are the ques tion and doing tar more in dealing than the civic authorities at Dobson made the statement that there aro some cities inCpnadtt where civilian authorities pro tect and tolerate conditions that lead tff the carrying out Of theao He then gave iome examples of the stringent measiiraa takeix by the states in to tucHf condi tlons in their He urg ed tly people to to what it means next it exists it duo to he luck pf public to the ifiiprftnceof the peo ple and the clvje sbpuld be lealt with patriot and it should be gjyen so that the facts may be showtt up to as they really tnsteai of hiding behind gj failure deal with do the en destroying ant ujftintng Itobson sUled that ihfere isnt j n city in tho pwniuJqn wjjefe Its city council will confess that vice is tol We need to save the boys and There Is a lack of and In Canada we need a little nioro of the conventions of society to direct and develop human paid a glowing tribute to the United States in what It hag done In this connection and Asks that we Canadians act us to have a publicspirit and a deep patriotism conserving and de veloping the human resources our Authorities Should Have At the close this address v Baker remarked that tho Mayor and council and the men in the city should havebeen there to hear these He said that he had once made the statement that was tolerated by the city government to the extent of legalization and that the Mayorhad finally admitted that it Baker intimated that he council had been elected more upon ability for good financing than tipon their attention to the moral as pects of Ahe Cragg then remarked that he had made certain stupng statements about vice in the cltyaroirt the pulpit that had gone X White Light of In response to Rivers question regarding Dobsons remark con cerning publicity of mat the speaker of the plied that publicity meant the know ledge nature of getting the actual facts and lotting tho people know and letting tlie white light of truth come outym of our One lady afterwards complimented Dobson upon bains t brave i Evening The evening session opened With Father McCaffrey presiding and the assembled audience sang Oh In his opening address Caffrey made a few remarks regard ing ttie fundamental ideas regarding amf the facfthat the children should be chums of the A solo was then beautifully reliderejkby Miss Bessie Hazel which Lafferty spokeon TThe Childs InheiY viewing it from a purely dical He stated thatmany forms of disease may be transmitted andthe child can Inherit certain spe cific ttMnily akin ire also warned the public against unapthen tlcatetl fegarding curtain diseases upeaklng In defense of tho morality of the young men or Can Tlrls wflfl by a very well executed solo by Crawford and utterwafds by Dohson on SocKf HeconstructlohjiiUicr the Dobson tho city upon Its park ns Indi catlve of the citi whose a city ot no slums and cbn dncivo o best Toftdsllons for home He slated issues bo faced these with a new spirit and clearer The characteristic of days is 6 work as a stated He is the biggest man who thinks not of self but In terms ot the the clly or best of the God is roat be cause he thinks In terms o Our human Is developing just as the men and woftiert are allowing tho capacity to think ofthe nation and Two Dohson two things are essential for a nation to act in rittendlhg to the health of the nation and our capacity toxuse iis resources for human Welfare goint on to prove that the value a nation exists in its human life and the supreme issue of a nation is the conservation of her human Ufe must be cou then thus wo shall make our nation Qliild Welfare natts that every loyal citizen concern with the sav ing of tho forgetting the ma terial things ill this essential and desires to provide for every child and adult the opportunity for devel opment to his Utmost of In order to do this Dobson thinks that a department In the gov ernment should he established for so cial reconstruction presided over by a minister of the and to have four bureous a A Dominion Board of Health tor struggle against social for this is fundamentally a clvjl andIt should bo duty public officialso make a I pure clqan life within reach of as it Is ifn the spread of disease the danger b A bureau of child welfare to save the c An aggressive health department and de partmelnt of the at present under In this connection the opeaker bnco again emphasized the necessity for proper ireglBtration and called the at tention ofc the audience to the fact that every citizen should bu informed in tho guidance and development of tfio d A Do minlon nureau of education to promote supervision of playr ami greater of the Dobson closed by making a EVANGELISTS TAKE well filled bouRe gavo rlose nt tantion to the mnssago of Evangelist Ffixaii at Die Christian Church last Undoubtedly was tho HtrongeRt tbd evangelist has ills subject was Thn Sin and Cure o A the request of 11 number of tho sermon will appear in the columns of this paper next most touching appeal for conserva tion of Wo1 should need to he told to save tlie man who Is Hav ing Vote of tho conclusion Cragg moved hearty vote of thanks on behalf of the Local Council of Women to Dobson not only for his stirring ad dresses but for his wonderful and also a vole of thanks to tho local doctors who gave their assistance in lecturing and at the baby It is a noticeable fact that there several men present in lie au Pagan Is continuing to please her atid iencns each night with her touching gospel Tomorrow tho evangelist will speak at and again it The morning subject will lie Are We Christians or Only Church Mumlierii The evening message is TlKvOwli of This Is said to be one of Pagans strongest Pagan will sing both morning and PV and the Pagans will also slntf their best dnet at the evening On Monday by unanimous re Kagan will preach on the subject of Having one time been u prominent dancer In his homo city in Now he handles his subject from firsthand informa Next week will be the last week of the meetings and the pastor of church is anxious that all shall avHil themselves of opportunity to hear these talented RESCUED FROM LYNCHERS May hiivinir beiMi aovorely beatnn and a coal of yellow paint Olo hoifer AVIK resrued from crowd of fellow employes who threaten nd lysch Nelson ts ulles od to htivo made seditious ut criticizing in the Succeeded Wttre Operation Failed j During August went to real to commit n specialiatiis I had been terribly will Stone in Jbr Ie had decided on tion and was Assisted liyunothc They sukl the calculus wns larger than a bean nnd too lianl to crusli unJ could not laky i was recom mended by n friend to try Gin I bought n box end found relief frqm the pnin at I did not expect that would tlicvty iue of the but to nivgreat joy I passed tle on Octoljir Sid and now B well mau and very v Gilv Pills are the greatest solvent for uric acid ever Profit by Lessards example if yon have Stone or Rheunia tisra or other Kidney or Bladder at all dealers atjoc a box tr 6 boxes for Sample Jree if yon National Drug Chtnical AMtnu 202 1141 8K3 War has made Economy the National BuyWord TOIAY him self whatxeconomy means It doesnt mean to stop buying things you It means get ting lull value for each expenditure so that your money will go as fai as means saving that margin we used to spend thoughtlessly for the highestpriced that they were necessarily the In the Economy of today really means he matter it The monejryou spend on shoes You may lie pay ing too much for your You of that like everything have hi But there is a limit to the price which it is necessary to pay for good shoes If you are paying a certain price shoes and can get the same wear and appearance in a shoe for a dollar or two youwant to know fy It is ndt easy even for a in the shoe business to judge the exact value of a shoe from its You may that necessary to pay the highest price always inorder to get good That is notso For instance Ames Holden MpGready Mens fine Shoes are being made to retail from J56 to There are mpre expensive shoes on the mar but it is not necessary to pay over for good and will buy shoes that will give good serv ice for the There is quite a difference and but ihoes at both these prices are very similar in appearancer The difference to the grade of trimmings and which increases adds veiy little to thewear or V For example our mens shoes or are made of skin and firstclass materials but you can buy shoes for or that are made ofthe skin of a large calf qp a This leather does not command such high prices be cause it is heavier wiight and not quite so fine in but it will wear as well and only experienced shoe and leather men can appreciate any difference its Differences in price you see do not necessarily affect the actual wear appearance of the but arc due to certainlittle luxuries and ex travagancies which maybe desirable in pormal times but not justifiable if you want to economize in ask your dealer to show you Ames Holden McQready shoes that retail at the price you can afford to Ames McCready make all kinds of wear for women and The lime you purchase look for tht Ilj ia a guicte to good because it is found only on shoes of good appearance which give excellent wtar and satisfaction for the When you buy shoes you eon always be sure that you have got full Thats genuine AMES HOLDEN McCREADY LIMITBO to the JOHN MONTOEAt TORONTO WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANCOUVER THE DALLEY USED BY THOSE WHO KNOW ;