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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta : Pajje 8 gfer- r-- THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesrtaj, May 0, 1013 J. PIERPONT MORGAN MEMORIAL SERVICE AT WA*gHINGTON r CLARKE & CO. The Ladies' Store Phane453 Acaciia Block In the picture may be seen Mrs. Asquith, Mr. Reginald West and Sir Algernon West, and behind is Lord Strath tona. High Commissioner for Canada. NMSIS Retail Coal Dealers of Spokane Start Campaign Against Pass Companies 'Spokane, May 5.-Growing out of tlic 3ale 05' coal njining companies di-leet to iarge business b!ocl>s, hos-I)itais ami other car consumers at Jobbing r,T!ces. a controversy has been Btarted by local fuel dealei, that has thus lar developed threatened with-drawa] otfaffic from the Great Xor-tbeni railroad and equally threatening retaliatory measures on the part of the'line:  ^ ilt. is charged .that � the Crow's Nest Pass i.company is largely owned by the,'same stockholders as the Great 'Northern, and that this company Is chiefly responsible for' the general pri^icuttlnjr now in progress. Ue-Bpo^stbillty''is laid also at the doors oE�^B McG : . JUST MIX SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR IT^'S GRANDMOTHER'S RECIPE FOR ^DANDRUFF AND RESTORING COLOR TO HAIR u.sual!y loo sticky, so insist upon getting "Wyeth'b" which can be depended upon to restore natural color and ; , - . beauty to the hair and is the best lAJjaoBti everyone Imows that Sage I'emedy for dandruff, dry, feverish ia?and'Sulphur, properly compound- '^chy scalp .a^d to stop falilne hair ',.brings back tie natural .color and Folks like "Wyeth'a Sage and Su! alter sucn an invasion as e^^ to,the hail- wben fadftd. streak- phur" because no one can nns Hvpw'iMinnesota hens have made, and THE EGG SITUATION EXACTLY (Alberta Homesteadi Over 240,000 eggs were shipped in to Moose Jaw from Minneapolis and St. Paul during February. A great many were shipped to other points; how many, we know not at the pres ent writing. The point is that these eggs were taxed a duty ot thj-ee cents per dozen, and paid an express charge of si.v cents per dozen and then turned their dealers a handsome profit when retailed out at 35 and 40 cents per dozen. They reduced the cost to the consumer where sold, eggs retail ing at Winnipeg at 60 cents per dozen at this time, while other western cities were paying prices for strictly fresh eggs that were about the same as in Winnipeg, even with uuite an influx of Minnesota eggs in some places. Possibly it costs our farmers a little more to bouse poultry here than it dees In Minnesota. Some may argue otherwise, but we tan at least claim poultry food as cheap as anywhere else, plenty of grain of low-grade being had at prices taat make it cheap feed tor poultry. If there wag a profit for .Minnesota farmers in rais ing eggs at prices which would per mit dealers to pay five cents per dozen duty plus si.t cents per dozen ex press charges and undersell Canadian eggs on their own market, we must assume, says the Alberta Homestead, that we are not raising nearly enough eggs and (hat those who do market the eggs make a handsotue profit. This egg market tjuestion anu-ually comes up after such an invasion as _____ no one can positively LiSorgfay; also aure� dandralf, itch- tell tbatyou darkened your hair, as it ~AcaJp and etope falling hair. Years does It so naturally and evenly, sa\s a 'itbfe'only way to" get this mixture well-known downtown druggist. You Kto inake H at tome, whloh is niu�- dampen a sponge or soft brush and and troubJeaome. draw ir through your hair, taking one ow^dftys'-'isknied ohemlBts do this small strand at a time. This requires .eWtban 'ouraelves. By asking at but a few moments, by morning the sp^dlkig store forwtbe,.',reBdy-to-u�e gray hair disappears, and after an-^uOt-1�Pthttii>- & Company.  H though we hear less of It from Alberta points thl-s year, there still is room tor more hens that will Jay eggs, during the winter. Let's not start any foolish talk ot higher tariftg to keep the Minnesolia hens from Bplll-ing eggs across the border, but get enough hens that will lay enough eggs so that we can supply this market which is such a gold mine fir winter eggs. GOSSARD " FRONT-LAGiNG " WE HAVE SECURED THE SOLE SELLING AGENCY FOR LETHBRIDGE FOR THESE FAMOUS CORSETS AND HAVE JUST PLACED IN STOCK A COMPLETE RANGE OF SIZES AtgO STYLES FOR SLENDER, MEDIUM AND STOUT FIGURES. Women too often confuse economy with low prices, thinking that thoy can save when they -ipend little. It is a false assumption as applied to Gosaard Corsets. Their popularity wherever used, is largely due to their long wearing service and absolute conformity (o original lines. They keep their shape. The models here show.n are particularly and carefully choisen with the idea of being able to fit perfectly any type of figure and giving the greates'J possible amount of comfort and wear for the money spent.. This is true economy. Seeing them will interest you, but wearing them will convince you. We give fittings by appointment any''morning up to eleven o'clock Prices range as follows: $5.00, $8.50 and $10.00 " ' ...... � �'" i The New Gloves And Hosiery For Spring Gathered from the best manufacturers in this country, teeming with the style. (uuvlity,.^.and suitability to present needs which liislingulsh our goods from thc average the new gloves and hosiery await your spring needs. The outstanding features of this showing are those characteristic of this store in every other line-completeness, correctness and lowness of price. Here is every sort ot hand covering and hose that fancy deniands.. Dainty smart designs for dress occasions, and the more rugged makes tor every day and rough usage, Fine Cotton and Lisle Hose...........25c. Blacks, tans, and all high colors, ribbed or plain tops, some with natural wool sole, others with embroidery work. All extra values at the price. Silk Boot Hose.......... . . 50c. The best value wej^e had to show in this class of hose; Lisle soles and top with good tiuality pure silk anklei blacks and all colors. Fine Silk Lisle Hose.........50c Blacks, tans and white in both heavy and fine sheer makes; all excellent values. Fine Ribbed Silk Lisle Hose . . 30c. For children's and misses' wear; sizes 4 to S%- in colors sky, pink, tan, white and black. Cliamois-siiede Gloves 35c. A particularly dressy short glove with two domes at wrist, shown in natural chamois color, washable and splendid to wear. Fine Silk Lisle Gloves____.. 35c. E^xcelIent values that will compare with any 50q. lines you will see elsewhere ;shown In tans, greys, black and white. Special Silk Lisle Gloves :... 25c. A particularly fine quality glove, as gootl as any 35c line of previous season's; two domes at wrist- all colors. Heav.y Long- Silk Gloves ... $1.2.5 Shown in every wanted color, extra heavy sllli with double tipped figures. His Vievirst on Why Scotchmen are Leaving Native Land for Canada London, Jlay .5.-The Canadian Associated ' Press directed the attention of L�rd PrevpBt,p. JI. Stevpnson, of Gla,skow, to the present phenomenal rush of Scotsmen to Canada. I think it is ciuefly attributable to two causes,' 'he * said. "Firstly the general impression is constantly borne in upon us by ^irtiqlea In the press and speeches of public men .regarding the splendid opportunity the Dominion offers. Secondly the activities of Dominion government agents and steamship companies. They,; are represented by agents in many villageB who are shopkeepers of all sorts and even professional men and postmasters and get commissions on tickets. � "The Dom-ion gives a bonus and: in additional certain Canadian provinces give .a further bonus. The securing of immigrants is therefore a ifery profitable business for agetrts and som.e' make a very good income in this way." Continuing, Mr.' Stevenson said: "I have had occasion at a piiblic meet ing many years ago, shortly, after "Joe Chamberlain" launched iiere-ii/s ideas on tariff reform, to state;! that in my opinion this country could oniy-'inain-tain its present popuWtion by remain-ng a manufacturing countip'; and, therefore, by con.finuing t^'^free im portatlon of foodstuff.' Botf J'added and still think th'ere is lio, particular reason, so long as we hold that the empire one and indivisible, why forty-re millions of its inhabitants should remain in the.se islands if many of them could be happier and more pres-perous in other parts of the British Dominions. 'Astronomers tell us that some housan'ls of years hence, the centre of civilization will not be Europe, nor for that matter the northern bemis-here. which will be slowly frozen out. there is any reason why in the meantime, the empire being one^ its centre should not move west and south of the.se islands." 1 FAVOR A BOAROIN SE ITA p Children's Aid Society Heard Very Interesting Address from Mr. Chadwick Kingston citizens will tender. e,\-Mayor D. N, ,Mc[ntyre, chairman of the Ontario Railway Board, a baiitiuet, and present him with a .portrait In oils. � . V Forty years In use, '2? .years the standard, proscribed'sihcl recommended by physlclans.l For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female P1111,' at- y our d rugg istt The Lethbridge Children's Aid So.: ciety yesterday heard a very comprehensive talk on the work of the different societies in the province by R. B, Chadwick, superintendent of the neglected and delinquent children work in Alberta, The work in Edmonton and Caigai'y was outlined with a view to helping the local society in bettering conditions in Lethbridge. Mr. Chadwick seemed very pleased with the \vork under the direction of Mrs, Corry and Proa)ation Officer Lamb, although he thought they were working under very adverse conditions. He went on to say that the building was entirely inadequate and unsanitary, and that the location was, to say the least, very poor. The creation of boarding houses in Calgary and Edmonton for the accommodation ot a group that did not come under the act, but who were cared for merely as an accommodation for mothers, had met with great success.; Babies over nine months of age were taken in by the day, week or month, at the very nominal fee of ?8 per month, and cared for and fed by competent nurses. This allowed mothers the opportunity ot getting out to do work which otherwise they could not do. The plan is modelled somewhat after the day nursery idea, and several present at yesterday's meeting voiced the sentiment that this scheme would prove wonderfully beneficial'and successful here. Rev, Canon .McMillen oven said he knew of several mothers who would take immediate advantage of such an institution. Although the benelits of this system would accrue to individuals outside the authority of the society, Mr, Chadwick thought that it was a most important adjunct, and could not, where needed, be left out ot the so ciety'i program with impunity. Pure Milk Dispensary A pure milk dispensary was also regarded as an almost necessary part of the work, and -Mr. Chadwick told o-f the success of this branch in Calgary and Edmonton, The main idea, he explained, was to provide pure milk to all-rich and poor, but to provide it to the poor at as nominal a figure as they could afford, and it they could not a/ford to pay anything, the milk should be given free. A feature In connection with the dispensation ot milk that had �ho(yn ;nivrked success where tried whs the preparation and delivery of "modi, fled" milk to patients. Mointled milk has its composition changed according to special requirements Of the human'system, and is usually prepared for infants under medical direction. All of this work represented the saving ot many babies' lives, and could uof afford to be overlooked. Women Officers ' Mr. Chadwick thought that the time Was not far distant Wlien special women offIcera. to deal exclusively with the girl problem would need to be appointed in. Lethbridge, and told of their work in the other two cities where they have been a part of the staff for some tim,'?. He said: "t have yet to see the man who can catch a girl's ideas and viewpoints. It takes an understanding woman with the right spirit. When Lethbridge comes to the time when it will be necessary to appoint a woman officer, consideration of th^ fact that it is not merely brawn that is wanted should be taken. It is a difficult task to secure the right kind of woman for the post. She may be a very small woman in stature, but if she has the attributes of understanding and fii-mness, along with the right spirit she is'far better than a large, muscular, overbearing woman who looks on delinquent girls merely as criminals, and it is essential to have girls verging on crime handled by the light kind ot women. I would rather handle fifteen bad hoys than one bad girl." Here was outlined the different i;roupB ot defective morality and the treatment of each. The enlistment of the best physicians in the city was necessary, .Mr, Chadwick said, before all these different groups could be dealt with, as they included types which were greatly in need of physical treatment; and he told of how the physicians in Edmonton had shown their sympathy in the work by offering their services on Saturdays free to any child who needed tbem. Some Points of Value In the erection of suitable buildings Mr. Chad'wick impressed the meeting with the value ot sufficient sunshine as a means ot aiding in the anhilation of hereditary disease, and that no plans that did not include this essential should be considered, lie also emphasized the value of certain special committees, and mentioned a house committee, a committee to work ill conjunction with the juvenile court, to aid boy.g or girls on probation, to break away from their formor associates and environments, and to find new companions who would be able to help them live better lives; an extension committee for the education of the general public on the needs, aims and work ot the society. A discussion .followed M.r. Chad-wick's able address, and he answered many pertinent and timely questions on" different phases of ^belter work. Chairman McKillop, Mrs. Robinson, -Mrs. Corry, Probation Officer Lamb, Father Mlhwegan, Father Rosenthal, J.' F. Hamilton, Rev. Canon McMillen and others participated in the discussion, All seemed greatly in favor of the establlshmont ot a cottage boarding house, where the babies of woirklng mothers could bo cared for. and' a request for a grant for this purpose will likely be made to the council. SUPPORTS THE LASH WOULD NOT WEAKEN ON QUESTION OF FLOGQING NASTY MEN CULPRITS Montreal, May 5.-The unusual number of'divorces granted this year in Canada was commented upon during the consideration of laws for the better protection at women and children, by the National Council of Wo-mem now in session here. In the future no hangings will be witnessed publicly, as it 'wasi reported that such had happened last year, and the Minister of Justice' had promised that such will "not occur again. The recommendation that the council obtain data in reference to establishment of a child welfare bureau, under the charge of the provincial government, was adopted. Mrs. Flora Dennlson, Toronto, objected to the national council approving ' of flogging,\ Mrs, Asa Gordon pointed out that the law was framed by men for men, Mrs. ^eatheW said' that the council of women advocated flogging for procurers of women.' 'fhe council refused to re-open the question for discus-slon. Discussion on the report of peace and arbitration tirdught out the fact that the council tielieves t'h'at the keynote ot social service is hot war. but peace. POPE RECEIVED CARDINAL Rome, May 5,-Pope Pius for the first time since his illness gave an audience this morning. The honor foil to Cardinal Ferraia, who recently returned from l\Iull;i, T/here ha had presided over the Eu-charistic Congress as a Papal Legate. The Pope took a deep interest in the Congress, inquiring minutely about the details of the gi-eat religious gathering. EXPRESS JUMPED THE TRACK Toronto, May 5.--As the C. P, R, e.\-press from Winnipeg wa.s nearing �VVood'bridge yesterday afternoon, the engine jumped the rails, carrying with it the baggage car and two day coaches. None of the passengers were in jured, though Bonm of them were badly shaken uji, liut Fireman Oliver was b adly stalded Ijy the escaping Bteam. TO CURE A COLD IM ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulhln* Tablets, Druggists refund money It it fails to cure. E. \V. GROVE'S signature on each box, '2oc. ' FOR SALE OR TRADE Two single disc, 10 ft. Massey-liarrls Drills. T. W. DIK^E Phone R. 715 Coaldalg The family rem�dy for Oousrhs' and jCoIcH ' shilQh co'eti so tittle in'd does to liiucbt* w> "tit r "4*' A'-'l 6933 ;