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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THfc MAY IRK NEGLECTED CHILDRENS Waring in with the grent maJorHy of communities engaged in Ntncert a increase in jiivenMe delinquency of about Sftr That at theend of that year the tide had reached UB and although during it did not recede to uny no further in crease was anil in all prob ability no further innease will be uot Is one of the Inteipstlnsr siato ments contained iu the Annual Report of the Department of Dependent and Delinquent just During the f25 delinquent children were deal nl treatment was found necessary only f6r about one out of every fifteen of Probation and otlipr less dras tic remedies were sufficient in the great majority of The report indicates that he prob lem of the neglected child Is yet far from being Some 905 neglect children were brought under the care of the Department during the The most difficult cases to deal with are those In which immoral or vicious living en the pun at the par or other have contributed to this The Department great stress upon the placing out system During the year some 747 children were plac ed In foster ft Is the claim of the Department In at least 85 of these homes were se cured and the children are making sat isfactory Amonit the immediate necessities tn solving theee great the re port instances pensions for or otherwise handicapped n psychiatric clftle In connection with the Juvenile Court In order that each bild may be studied with a view to understanding Its disposition and abil and authority to Inspect where children are being kept for It is also that owing to the increased cost of the maintenance of boys at the Pottage la Prairie In duBtrlnl Training the govern ment should oonsider the advisability of starting an industrial farm for de linquent boys in the THe suggestion is that modest buildings be erected and tMat the boys learn to farm under the instructions of capable The Report deals briefly with almost every phase of the childsaving prob The Departmental Biamlnatlons for Xt and XII Will be held this year on June 25 and at the following centres Atha Beovcr Blair Bow Car Chip Days Fort Oad Grande Qrassy High Hill Cltyl Hold Mac Medicine Milk New Day Pence tHnober Prav Illi Nujol Recommended by the Family Doctor Constipation no longer causes suffering in the Sanford as Sanford explains in the following NUJOL STANDARD OIL New Sinford for years with chronic and nothing helped her till our doctor reeom memfad We keep it on hancT at all and it cwtainly u a good thing for the THAKE Nujol for constipation with absolute confidence 1 Faithful oid family doctors endorse Hundreds of users recommend Thousands of Canadians relieve chronic or occasional constipation by the use of the effective remedy that clears the system safely and helps Nature to move the waste without the artificial stimulation of laxative drugsNujol is a positively drugless It relieves with no indigestion or dangerous Safe for babies for old folks for Use Nujol and be regular as ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no substitutes there is only At eccry Jruj Endorsed by thouiands of Manufactured by STANDARD OIL NEW JERSEY BAYONNE NEW JtRSEY Canadian CHARLES GYDE Box Montreal LJOl for constipation Regular as Clockwork 11 m o o Eve tf n1 lHVfU m SzT For easy attratfiveneM and downtight wear FLEET FOOT Wear them all the work and for busineM and Theres a ttyle for every occasion an comfortable fit for every HFleet Foot shoe for every member of the None genuine unless stamped FLEET FOOT on the Thf bfil shoe iealers sell Pteet Canadiai Consolidated lubber Conptny limited HEAD OTPICK MONTREAL ji Stnicc Hranckes IhroHshaut St Ptttl dc Metis jguf Thfefe Tfo Waln wrlght Wetasklwln and The Department will supply the re quired drawing squar ed paper and but cnndldates shall provide thertselyea with com Candidates writing on examinations In Draw Ing must provide themselves With a soft a good drawing nil fndla water colors and suit able brush br For the work In water color a supply of water and con veniences for cleansing the brushes should be Candidates who have not already selected orte of the above centres should advise the Donnl at once at which centre they desire to The examinations for the First and Year Commercial Course will be conducted at Lethbrldge and Medicine during the same period as the grade exam EXCHIEF FERNIE Special to tlie Herald Jlay Con stables Hughs and early this arrested Jute Chief of Police of this and Thqmas near and it is reported they had between thirty and forty gallons nf liquor in an automobile in which they were travelling in the direction of the They will be brought before a justice at Michel charged with having liquor in their contrary to the prohibition and with trav eling in an automobile within the pro vince of British without a proper A a river who has been working for the Elk Lumber was arrested here yesterday and brought before Magistrate under the AntiLoafing fin od him fifty or three months in A similar case is now pending be lore the same in which is defending the accus ed All the river drivers of the Elk Company are said to have quit be cause of a over the mat ter of board while the men are Jlay Senate yes i terday gave third reading to the gov i einments bill to meet the maturities j of the Canadian Northern railway I bill to amend the Inspection and Sale which provides that all packages and other receptacles pr containers of i food must bear a label indicating the was held over after Senator 1 Foster had made a vigorous protest that the act would impose needless i hardships upon the The debate on the report of the special committee of the senate on the rights of the upper house in regard to financial legislation was continued by Senators Dan durand and Senator who closed the said that the senate existed upon the basis of written constitu tion and it was desirable that its rights and powers should be The report before them should not be taken as a challenge to the the upper chamber was not seeking to exercise an academic authority or to restrict the powers of the house of The senate was a democratic second notwithstanding the powers which it derived from Imperial legislation he felt sure that it would continue to exorcise its powers with the modera tion and discrimination and wisdom that had always characterized its con ALL TIRED OF IHE Take Adrantage of the Discount In Our Reorganization Sale EVERY DOLLAR SAVED HELPS SOME 10 per Discount en Gloves and 10 per Discount on Neckwear and 10 per Discount on Underwear and 10 per Discount on Crepes and 10 per Discount on Repps arid 10 per Discount on Ging hams and 15 Off Ladies Silk and Serge This means that you can buy a dress to fit all ready for for practically the price of the material in Off all Boys Suits and 10 Off all Girls Dresses and Under 10 Off all Boys Caps and Un 10 r Off Nets and 20 Oft Ladies Cloth Suits Select your suit The stock Is very complete with newest styles in green and brown suits of high All offered at this extraordinary Dont The early customers will get best May the debate on titles in the commons Burnham said In his the people of Canada were sick of the whole title He thought the mat tor might have stood over until tho war had been hut if the leader of the chose to lay an amendment before the House which requirucl a then It ui to the members to expreaa their opin In a Sir Wilfrid Lau Her announced his intention of op posing the Irlme Ministers amend slating Iliat if he were a Con servativo ho would hesitate lo vole for Ho did not think Ihe matte should be looked upon as a part Hn said he would vote foi Kicliardstinti and i that was debated he would vote to the motion of the niember for Kingu Question A Sifton declared there was no difference of opinion as to ihe object under discussion but tli question was willi regard to the bcs method tn he employed to obtain that He agree4 with Uiyie who LADIES CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS All shades and Regular to NAVY SERGE AND TWEED SKIRTS All wool fast Assorted Regular values WHITE REPP SKIRTS All 24 to 30 Regular value LADIES COTTON VESTS At25c White ribbed cotton short sleeve or with out Regular 3oc values for The Simpson Limited Store Closes Tonight at 6 As Usual vere oppOHCd to hereditary titles but avored the orderiucouncil ami nought that all members of the louse should strengthen the govern ments hands by voting for Sir George Foster agreedNvith the mlerincouncil and felt bound to stand by He was absolutely op posed to hereditary titles in Canada md for that matter in any SERIOUS FIGHTING IN KIEV REPORTED FINLAND May the White Guard and Gorman regime in persons were executed up to May according to a Finnish Social ist who has escaped to Sweden and whoie interview in the Polices Dag blad is transmitted from Copenhagen by the Exchange Telegraph According to the 616 were ex ecuted in 14S in 0 In Varkom and 380 in Pris oners taken by the German and Finn ish government he treated so badly that many were starved to ONEFOUR NEWS From Our Own Correspondent May Houger it the new postmaster at Miss Lindsay arrived from Fargo on Tuesday on a visit to her after considerable trouble from high water In tho finally got his caltle over from Goven Thrue Carlson returned Tuesday from Pendant dOrellle with a plow ing outfit and horses and will break up Homo land on his Duncan and Frank of were out Friday feel ing Ihe sentiment of tho people as to thu organization of a hospital dis trict under the Now Hospital with an institution at It has btuii tjuggtfitud tliat on iiccoiint of a Copious supply of wholo sorae easily obtained at little the hospital Hhuuld be placed at but our people are willing to lay aiilde any claim to tho loca tion in favor of as the latter U on the railroad and more nearly central to the populated tion of the proposed Kat potatoes wllli ihoir Help the fighters ou their May fighting in capital of the is The resid ence of the newlyappointed Uk rainian General Skouro has been besieged several times by troops which remained faithful to the All the ces at the disposal of the rada are being mobilized and concentrated near MUSICIAN NOT USEFUL SHOOTING AFFRAY Niagara Slay a Niagara Falls business man shortly after noon yenterday found his 21 years sitting with Lottie who lived at the Pizzoli Without a word the father drew a revolver and shot the woman Plzzoll then fired three shots at his two just missing tho heart and the third passing through the While tho father was the son drew a revolver and fired one shot that struck just balow the Tho son probably will The father may Unofficial reports to the Trea sury indicate that the third Liberty Loan has gone above May sitting in tho police court decided that Felix musician of 20 J years and at present employed at a salary of a is not engaged in useful 4 work under the antlloaflng 4 Lewis was sentenced to H pay a fine of and costs or 4 spend fifteen days in 4 AN EARTHQUAKE SOMEWHERE May heavj earthquake occurred this morning centered at a point not yet determln The shock waa just dying dowi at and until the selsmo graph records Imve been removed from the machines definite data will not bs Two colored men were arrested bj the Toronto police who are alleged U hnvo trafficked in arid worth was discovered in a suitcast believed to havo been purchased it iunl intended for the Unjtei Slater CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Ladies ought to fee good walken They have natural Cats Paw Heels walking easy At a slow or rapid Paw a A PAIR PUT ON ;