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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE "PEN ~ THE LETMBRIDOE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 23, 101? WORK NEGLECTED UuTlng the year, Alhfita. in omiHon with thp Kr^nt inHjorUr of oonitntinltics oiigagoil in war. expor-l( Dependent and BclinviueHt (.'hildivn. j�-vt issued. During tho year. r.j;. ilpiinniient children uori! di^ali with. Institution^ nl treatment was fdntid necos.s.iry only for about one out of every fifteen ot thoni. Probiilion and ollinr le?s drastic remedies were sufficient in llie irrent majority of eases. The rejiort indicate? that the problem ot the negleitcd child is yet ftir from bcinp solved. Some flOf) ncglect-"d children -.vere brouRliI uniler the care of tho Oepflrtment during the y..nr. The ntopt difficult ca.ies lo deal with are fho.se in which itumoral or vicious living on the ijurl ot the par-enlF or other adults, have contributed to this neglect. The Dovarlment 1�y� great stress upon the plaolngout system. OurSng the year soiue 747 ctailUren were pl4c-ed In foator Iiomes. ft ia tlio claim of the Ilopnrtmotrt that in Ht least 9!i'''c of these caseo. good homes were se-('(ireii and the cblldron are mttkiug snt-isfartory progrmic, AuioDK the iovmodiato necessities In solvJDfT these *!"e�l proTJlems, the report iiwtauces pensions for widows, or otherwise handicapped mother?, n psychtotric cllnle In connection with the Juvenile Court in order that each (liild may bo Btudled with a view to undorstandfuv Its disposition and ability, and some authority to Inspect homes where children are being kept for pay. It Is also MigResled that owing to the increased coat of tho maintenance of boys at the I'orlnge la Prairie Industrial Training School, the govern-mom shonld oonsider tho advisability of starling an industrial farm for de-lin^y. Uowloy, ttyliy, Sedge wliik, Se-ten Persons, SIbbAld, SprlngbanJt, Stavely. Stcttlor, StIrlln|ft�SStony Pliiln, St. Paul de Molls, StratHmore, Strome, Suf-field. Tabor, Throe Hills, Tofleld, Tro-chu, VegrevUle, Vennilion, Veteran, Viking, Vulcan, Wabamun, Waln-wvlght Warner, WestlocU, Welnskiwln and Youngstown, Tlib Department will supply the required foolscap, drawing iiaper, squar-od paper and Ink, but candidates shall provide themBelvus with ruler, compasses, penholders, etc. Candidates wrltlt\g on the examinations In Drawing must provide themselves with a soft eraser, a good drawing pencil, rul' er, India ink, water colors and stilt-able brush br brushes. For the work in water color a supply of water and conveniences for cleansing the brushes should be available. Candidates who have not already selected otie ot the above centres should advise the Board at once at which centre they desire to write, Tho examinations for the First and Second Year Commercial Coarse will be conducted at Calgnr.v, Edmonton. Lothbridge nnd Medicine Hat. during the same period as the grade examinations. Nujol Recommended by the Family Doctor Constipation no longer causes suffering in the Sanford famiJy, as Mr, Sanford explmins in the following letter:- NUJOL LABORATORIES. STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jersey). BAYONNE. N.J. Dtt. Elndorsttd by thousaads of physicians. Manufactured by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) BAYONNe - NEW JFRSEY / Canadian SaWat .^anu: CMAHLE5 CIYDC �c 50NS, P.O. Dos S7&, Montreal Nl I j Ol for constipatic )n Regular as 0 For Every Plexnbcr of the (l Kla intention of op posing tho I'rlmo .Minister's amend-mcnt, Htfttlng that it he were it Con-servatlvfl lio would hesltato lo volo for It. Mo did not think tho matter should be looked upon as a party queBtion, lln said ho would vote tor Mr. lllcliardsou'R amendment, and li: that was deffateVi, ho would vote tor the motion ot tho riiorabcr for Klngw-ton. Question of''Method, lion. A, I,. Sittoii d^ilhred thero was no dlfl'oronce, of opinion as lo tlio objKct under discussion but Iho qiii'stlon wii.s with regard to the bust methoil to ho employed to obtain that Qbject, Ue ugreod with Uio*e who EXECUTED, FINLAND Uondon, May 23.-Under the \Vhlle Guard and Gorman regime in Finland, 1.572 persons were executed up to May 1, according to a Finnish Socialist who has escaped to Sweden and whose interview In the Polkos I^ag-hlad la transmitted from Oopenhageti hy tho Exchange Telegraph Company, According to the exile, BIG were executed in Tanimertora, 148 In Tornou, ',;80 in Varkom and '380 In Vasa. Prisoners taken by the German and Finnish government forces, ho says, wore treated so badly that many ' were starved to death. SERIOUS FlCxHTlNG IN KIEV REPORTED Moscow, May 12.-Serious fightinfl in Kiev, capital o( the Ukraine, is reported. The t^esid-ence of the newly-appointed Ukrainian dictator, Gen/:ral Skouro-padskl, has been besieged several times by troops which remained faithful to the rada. 'All the forces at the disposal of the rada are being mobillied and concentrated near Kiev. SHOOTING AFFRAY Niagara Ftills, N. Y., May 2S.-Paul IMzzoU, ii Niagara Falls business man shortly after noon yeiiterday fou.nd his son, Silvio, 21 years old, sitting with Lottie Kiiigaley. 20. W'lo lived at tiio Pizzoli home. Without a word the father drev/ a revolver and shot tlio woman dead. PlzzoU tlien fired thrno shots at his son, two just missing tho heart and the third passing through the abdomen. While the father was shooting, the son drew a revolver and tired one shot that struck Pir;zolI Just bolow the heart. Thn son probably will die. The fiithor may recover. Unofficial reporlB to llie I'.K. Treasury indicate that the third Mherty iLoan has gone above ?-l,OOU,'i�n,otm. : ; ; ; : ? ; > ;. : : : : : ? : ? ONEFOUR NEWS fFrom Our Own Corrcspondi-nt) Qnefour, May 20.-M. L. Hougcr it tho new postmaster at Comrey. .Miss K. Lindsay arrived from I'^argo on Tuesday' on a visit to her brother, Alex. I^indsay. ,1. 13. Xtobortson, after consldornble trouhlo from high water in tho creeks, finally got hla cattle over from Goven- lock. TUruo Carlson returned Tuesday from Pendant d'OrolUo with a plowing outfit and horses and will break up Bonio land on his claim. Dr. ,1. II. Duncan and Frank Vosen, of .'Vlanyberrlos, wore out l'"riday fooling the Kciitlinont ot Iho pcopio aa to tho organization of a bosplLil district under the Now Ilosiiltal .^ct, with an Inntltution at Manyhevrles. It has btim suggeflleil that on jicconut ot a copious supply of pure, wliolo-Borao "water, oasUy obluinod at little cost, the tjospital should bo placed at Onefour, hut our people are willing to lay a'filde any claim lo tho location In favor of Manyborrles, as tho latter Is on tho railroad and inoro nearly cenlrnl to the populated .portion of tho propoBod district, AN EARTHQUAKE SOMEWHERE Washington, May 23.-A hoavj oarthiiiinko occurred this morning centered at a point not yet delermin ed. Tho shock was Just dying dowi at 8.'15 a.m. and until tho selamo graph records have been removed from tho machinea dofinlto data wlli not b2 avatiabie. Two colored men were arrested bj tho Toronto police who aro alleged t( havo trafficked iii drugs,' arid ?Ooi worili \va.s discovered in a suitcas* believed to havo been purchased It .Montreal, ami intondod tor tho UiUtoi Slatctt. Kat potalooH wlthjlhnir starch, iMp tho tlghterB ou tUeir march. CUSHION RUBBER nCELS Ladies ought to Ve ^ , good walkert. They have buoyant, natural grace. "Cat's Paw" HeeU make walking cosy At a slow or rapid pace. Cj/'j Paw" Stria No. I l^-Walch fa, No. 12, 09?9343895 686559 ;