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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta itimlay. Xovemli'ci1 22, TTTK LE'mr.RtnfiE DATI.Y HERALD Page 13 -gitlating Hours of Women's Work Will -Have the Result of Their Losing Present Berths 'hllatlcljjliia, Nov. 21. The enforcement ol the new' law rujrulaUns ilie lymeni of "women In Pennsylvania may result 'in Luudre'ds of women llielr [ilnces (a Philadelphia hotels this ____ 'he inaiu ft.it'jre of (he Is thut DO woincm cau vryrk more llian Jioiys a week or more Uuiu ten hours a Jiiy; nor can tuey six Jays to one According to Malhon W. Kelson, president bt ilia HoU-1 Association, ilie number of vroir.en tlirowii out of. work ic ai Eoaat 500 and may be m-cli greater.- ho hotel he said, yre willing to rctalu the wqmcu but because necessity .of Wring extra lic-lp nrhere arc cniploytvl. wa'fies) will ilyteJ. In a Alienee, he BuIO. some of tliu uomeii, unuble to live co'm- ou less money will euter other occupations. -Men imd bojs will t hicts of the women. ;RTA ELECTION PROTEST in AEberta Legislature in Hands of Judge nontcn. Nor. His Honor ?e Heck he.vd In cuniubeTC cmt house today, the br Kudyk, broker, of I'dniciitan, Andrev; B. being-. al-' L to continue his scat In the Al- berta legislature.1. Kb that, necessary document's could -feu obtained. t'io case adjourned.. I'etltlontr TVCS the defeated''catidi- dalo in election OH 17, in the electoral district white the was cli'cleij. Petition- or links that tbo election and returns j of Mr Shaiidro lie void aiiJ j set asido, that he was and tsl guilty of corrupt and illegal ads and practices darlng'tho election. i f r or Commissioner or Public Wbrks Elect a man who will put the waterworks'system on a solid footing and give you pure water at the least potslble cost. Ele'ct man who will be fearless In his administration-of public money. Take g'ocd care that every man under him earns his wages and a profit, the fame as would be required by a private company. Vernon Pearson point considerable wreckage and several washed uMiore. Note the bank which miWaloug this section of the.lake! .'._ AIR CRAFT STIUL USED FREELY IN CHECK TO MANUFACTURE AT BLACK'S POINT, FOUR MILES SOUTH OF GOD ;ip ita dead. At this characteristic AGREED WITH BABY This Mcthur Found Right Food For Her Baby Ctrl. Mrs. ArtLur Frlnoc of Meifprd.Ont., wri'.ts.ou Sept. izlh, 1911: ''Semetime ago, you were good enough to ne assmpleol Nfavt'a rood. Baby liked H rrell and jt agreed with her, so 1 urn it Hg-t along and think it ii excellent. "1 ivue ft tend wilh a rery detfca'.e baby. Shccatscotiwr-eilaadhistned different it not thrive at always sicle acd troubled rri'.h Jndtges'.iou. I recommended, your food. Will TSU please send hex a. Mrs. Prince wrote again oa Sept 27th, 1911. "My friend's bibjr hai wonderfully. I can scarcely credit it. Her neit baby, winch she eipects in five mouths, will be fed oa Neave'sFoott from the Bvrlin, Xov. two disasters to Xcjipelin airships in ar.d October, are Lot to rojuit iu checking the use ol these Sn Germany. This In the decision apparently reached by the govern me at, the con- cerns tbat build auililps. and by may Le called atilal trav public. The recent fahil accidents in the North when fourteen men hilled, and At JoliannistbaJ, v. lien i thinks it is so twenty-eight persons lost their lives, have not reduced ihe n tinker of .sail-i In the vicinity of Herlin of the a, BlatEoncd ut PoUuum. Tim airship !s stilt making two trips daily, and only recently it celebrated its tliree hundredth flight. Moreover. the Uennan Airship. Navigation Co., which the and two other Dirshlus, Is preparing for a much more txiendtd schedule of lalilngfi. To the eight stations, lu- rated at Potsdam, 'Ifainbufg.. Dusscl Obt: Mothers and prospective mothers may >tain a lin of Ktave'a Food and a valuable boot "Hijnts About Babv" by milicg EiUin Front "Stwc't Hasl, Toronto, vho U the Agent for Ca na-U. tian fh is paper.) Neave's I'oud in I Ib. eir tigl-.t Una byall Druggistsin NEW SIDEWALKS CAUSE OF TROUBLE LONG MEETING OF PINCH Efl CREEK TOR ON THE CARPET Your Vote and Influence ly Solicited- for the Election of A. M. CAN. JSOC. Commissioner of Public 14 YHARS C'ANADIAN PACJFIC GREAT NORTHERN RAiLWftyV' .MUNICIPAL AND OTHEii f'.fi _ j-.' i I EXPERIENCE IN BOTH CONTRAOTlNC Up. "Mr.. Hold Jf. PIr.chcr Creek. Nov; coun- cil hold a special meeting this Mterr noon for the purpose o' meeting "B. V. Hole, of the Forest City Paving Co. It was unfortunate that the cits7 engineers, A- co'jld not he present, ss.'lhe decision of whole meeting1 really hlngod on their accepiancc .of Mr. Hole's exyla't'iaHon in regard lo tho'cement sidewalks-' Kver'stncu "thb'tliletval'k "was first put.'down, it ]ias: bc'-en .subject (o EC- v'e.re crllitlsm oil tlic en.- sincerE and the itiBpectorj an'ri 'Mr. TV as here to1 try arid clear mat- 'that as the contract'called iUein to do. all repairs necessary lor a year, H would left tn a satisfactory 'condition, and at any rate it wouldn't'deterior- ate anymore. Councillor Scott complained that the ..loiser didn't, work properly. Mr. saidi that j' that were it wouldisliovir, tie spring.and would lie" repaired, and also out'that-'the pftrlicalar-place referred to where the mixer was (he best part ol the sidewalk. .._. Councillor Scott maintained'. Uis tlio inspector's report said it bad and not up to specifications.- Mr, Hole: "If so, he was mistaken Vroaneillor ScoJt: h wasinot." Things seemed at a deadlock pat Uup point. Mr. Hole assured -'the council again that'his company Were prepared lo look after the sidewalks, n they intended to stay in'VjaineFa, nd it would only be to their.inter- st lo do if the side-walk'was ot being properly laid, the engineers hould liavo the work.at the Councillor Scott: "We will seo about H after the then." The mayor said (hiit as far as he personally concerned ho thcjglu sidewalk ni pared ve ry fa vor- ably with other cement sidewalks in tUe country. Councillor Kettles did not claim to knov.p much about them but compar- ing them with places he had been in as far east as they seemed- ail rtybt, and thought council should accept the guaraiitee the dorf.1 lladen-Uadeu> Gotha, I.elp7ig and are to be added eight Kroft.cn, Bremen, Hanover, "Hninswich, j dtio, Stuttgart, Munich aid Copeii- If you and want the subway completed as soon as possible, give your vote and influence to A. FRAYNE for COMMISSIONER of PUBLIC WORKS F. Cuthbert Atkiri's Committee Rooms Are, At 230-13th Street Open Daily 7.30 to 10 p.m. All workers will be welcomed Imc. He explained that he and the nginecr liad gone over It last sum- he had made repairs accord- ng to a list given him by the engin- cr, and everything had secmeLT to bt atiafactory then. Mr. Hole point- d'out tliat tho'payments to bis com: iany had not been carried out either, ml Councillor Scott said that was lifferent matter. Councillor Willuimson thought 'f .nginecra r.cre not their eport as they had gone over the job -Itli Mr. Hole and things bad seemed :H right at that time. "Eiiglneer _lVopds and my self." wen [over the Job nndTdijln't ry to make blackbirds white to him and Mr. Woods will bear'me out that .was willing to do nny rcpalfa'nec- ess.iry at that "time." Coiindillor Scott: "The only thing wo pan'dp adjourn until one ol :ho be Mr. Holof'V'lt will make enco" lo.'ua flVwe intend to lifts o'ur oxpect.a square deal.and will 'rcBort to we have "Yicv- to do before, no matter Iiow rKO.thc .j After somo ntorc Mr. )Iple ikcil, "If we lake the position that it is bid according td spec Ideations lioisr are you going to prove.' -.other- CcuncSltor Scott: Ry Ihe'report." Mr.: Kolo lo have Ihe-.report rend, and after hc-ailng U claimed it wag absurd and ridiculous a rcpoit of the kind, as It wasjmposal' blft to'provo anything.by it aa'Mato- metilfl In 11 were simply absurd and Councillor Hotly: know something about.It." V "I .don't think you do." Councillor Scott, Jumping, 10 his that meant perubnally, cfiuso If H is-I iron't take It you, nor niiybbdy mayor for order .and ad- Scolt thil 'nn' no .was supposed lo be working f interest U was no place lor pcrson- allltcs five cent mentioned in the con- tracr.- ciiiccially as all but oJ the work had hesn passed by tht engineers. The nolcs j amounting to paid the then brought up and .one by them .ol SI.-153.-10 w.-.s the one sent by Hie sec- rttarj1 who had forgotten at ihe time io deduct trie orders given by the company, on the town, amounting to I.CO. but who had noticed the mis- lake and had. written the town ac The council -wanted to know from Mr. Hole if refum the note if a nevr -was made out de ducting.iho orders. Hut this a xqncsjion on' band, however, as it.jiieant...the, company' submitting .to a.liotd.-back of over five the re- port uf the engineers thejv'could not see IE the final: was to be left In the hands of an independent engineer and the.town would-pay interest-on-the amount kept" back-.over-'the five per do so and would give them "a- letter to that- effect.. r Woods Stcele had sent a'report to the council, however, advising them to ?0 per-cent until wori: completed, but as the contract only attars five per cent to held'back, Mr. Hole had come to alk" tuc-matter over. :The -fina! result ot a very long meeting ras Ihe promlsc-of a letter acceptins- the note-, for e of. tlic one of provid- the could be.s; The meeting then adjourned. By Lydia E, Pinkham's Veg- etable Own Stories Here Told. Beatrice, efUr my mkr- liagc my left sido began to patn me and the pcin got so severe Bt times that 1 'suffered terribly with it. I visited Uired" doctors and each one wanted lo operala on me but I vpuld not consent to an crstion. J heard of the good Lydia E. .Finkham'a Vegetable Compound wis for others and I used several hot-' ties of U wilh the result that J haven't been bothered with my side since then. 1 r.m in good health end I have two littla girls. "-Mra.R.B.CiiiLDlBeatrice.Neb. Tii6 OtherXfoso. Carj, Malno. "1 fed it a duty I owa to all suffering women to tell what Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Comprand did forine. One year ago I fo-Jnd myself a tcrribJe sufferer. I had pains in both sides and snch a sorcnes's I could scarcely straightomap Rttimes. My backed 1 had no nppetlte and was so nervous roqld not sleep, then I wouM be so tlrex niamiTigs'that I could scarcely je around. It seemed Bimost Itnposiibli to move or do a bit of work and thought I never woaM be any better until I submitted to an operatiop, bu my luiibund thought I had better write to you and I' did so, stating my symp- toms. 1 commenced taking Lydia E rinkhiTr.'t- Vegetable Compound JLT.C soon telt like a new woman. 1 had rw 'luins, slaptwell, had good appetite aK: do almost all myownvprk family of four. I shall always feel thi I owe niy good health to yourVegetab! UAYWAXD SoTfEJis Cary, Maine. v "'1 Ainuse Your Chickens, Make Them Work and Avoid Egg Shortag -Madicon, WIs.'. Xov. and exercise for poultry 13 advocate bj" G. Ifalpin, jioultrj-inan for the agriculture of the Unlvc sity of Wisconsin, today as a means or preventing tile annual shortag of eges. ''Hight now poultry houses should be deeply beddoJ wldi 3Ir. "anil tlie grain feed should lie worhed Dili litter so tlic hen may-get good exercise and amusenient'hunting'for 11. If nothing ot this fcln Is done the flock will hudcilc together, and lose all interest in life and winter eggs wiH be "It Is well lo gel the hens to exercising anj ginging as they work for their feed...... All-WAV CONTRACTOR BUYS SUTHERLAND'S LANDS London. N'ov. William ewart, partner in a firm of-Vancou- ir railroad contractors, has bought slice of the Uuke of Sutherland's lid. OF I.O.F. IN THREE STATES Chicago, N'OV. RJUlh- oiities of lifino'a, Wisconsin brailsa, who have been, examining.re- potts of Ilia operation in the Untied States of'tiio Independent Order ol Foresters of Toronto, Canada, con- cluded their conference today and expect to mftbe a public report Jn n week. of ihfl'lndepebdent Forastere, while in accord- ance "with the Canadian has beea questioned under some slato Ifcvrfl. The continues to op- erate In the United States under tho comity between Un- ited Slates laws; Thos. McCoy, sentenctd nt Toronto r Malcolm Ray, brought back from lollS mo'nths for picking pockets, was' the west lo answer charges of cm- acquiltcd of a'similar chars'j at pnr-} beyzlement at Haniiiton, was .let go ric; he has' recently undergono 03 suapcnded acntence, rcslltutlon an operation for appendicitis. r The following Citizen Ticket meetings have been arranged UNION HALL, AVARI) .TUESDAY, NOV. 25 FLEETWO'OD SCHOOL FRIDAY, NOV. '28. GALKHA1TH SCHOOL, NORTH AVARD TUESDAY; 'DECiailUiK; 2. CENTRAL SCHOOL SATURDAY, DECEMBER COMMITTEE ROOMS Hull Block, South, and St., N. Leihbridfge Mr. Hatch Points To His Record in Himself the Mayoralty] f HAS MADE GOOD AS President Board of Trade President Agricultural Sdciety :-Chairrfiian Parks and Boulevards Committee 'Pther public capacities calling for gc.Jjl business judgment in fur- thering interests of tne cjty No better claims of fitness for position presented by any other candidate HE 1 sfand on my (en recorrl before .the people of in puiilic cn'paciiics, as President of (he Agri- 'cultural Society, President of the Board of Trade, and Mayor of the City.- In the case of the first (Wo named, ihe records tviM show (he progressive measures taken arid the things'worlh while.accomplished.' As.Chiur- man of .th.e Parks and Boulevards Committee, of Council, I endeavored Jo Lcthbridge a tiful and pleasant city. I claim the honor of having been Chief Executive of lib ridge during (he mosl important years of, its history. The people had decreed, that the City should spend over a million dol.Iars for improvements in 1912, and the council did it. Highi in (he middle of the work bbd.o.m slarled lo sag out of the money market. had been no note of warning. But the-council finished (he work in spite of (his handicap, "and Rave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent." j A man who can ihe city dollar for dollar when 1 here is ple.nly of money lo. spend, should be 'able m.ik.e good, when (he money bags have to be jeal- ously guarded. Such a able .16 prac- .lice e'cohomy and get the greatest amount of work done with a minimum of it new Work or merely getting the .best: out of what we'have.; Shotild.you.honor me me Mayor city again, I aitt in'a position .lo give niy whole time to the shall always endoavor fo keep JLtthbrjdge the promising city in Western Canadrt, ;