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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Agiiaiioii Among Moslem Worn en to Gain Equality With Men LONDON, Oct. The Growth of Children (By Brke Belden, M.D.) Congress of Among Ihe things (hat one must know to be'able to take efficient care ol babies are a numbsr'of phase? ot the general development 61 a normal child. These serve as a working background lo thp more Intricate rules governing diet. Ths average normal child goes through Its development In a more or less mechanical way un lesa It Is held back by disease or lack of proper care. A knowledge ol the normal routine li therefore of li judging the, general o which I youngsters, as, (example, i l rhild St'3 was neld at Baku its September decii-, vi ed to uodartake a campaign of aglU-1 Indicate'normal or ill health, Uo.) and propaEantla among the Mo- If a baby is developlng. norma" hamfiiedan women of the East, says a'.its stature Ml la vseigb wireleit dispatch from Moscow qiiol- -will be alone certaln.definlte ac, ing tie Runslau.' newspaper, HraVda.-, cording to age. Mental deve opmen to that coagress are: and the age of.dratitlon.are. a so urged a cbnventlGnJgood todlcatlona of the condition ol ot another congress lo be composed child and ol of cars'whlc exclusively of wibine'a 'of I Is having. be represented In Buca cohgresi by dalasatsa from As Dagheitac arid Azerbaidjan.- 'The'.puTpoBe of the proposed cam- paign as deSned by the newspaper, would to' Indies women to ''take their ii> the ranks of the slruggleri llberatiou the 70 attala that object .the Congress decided to organ- The -averagij.'length tlrtnV the baby is a boy. TRANSPORT TELEPHONIPIES BY MOTOR TRUCK ono-halt to twenty and one-half Inches girl babies being from nineteen v t twenty inches weight of th newly born baby Is from'the. and six- tenth's pomds 'to Had. eight- tenths pounds. 1 There 'it seMoni any'regular dally Increase In the weight of an Infant, motor truck, with wincli equipment, has been'successfully used to transport Jo-foot telephone pole carrying as many as eleven poles al a single trip. lie women's grillrls to carry on fairly oni agitation among them and -induce'wall, the become 'associated'with pub- lic life arid tovdraw ttem away from tie narrow. Interests of domestic --The' congress, decided also .to ask cliibs and schools to give wide scope -agitation .and t propaganda "am'png Moslem women must be clear that the East has awakened, once-Eastern women have removed -says tKe Pravda. SUICIDE ,'fcND MUBDER_ IN PARIS FLAT RENTED but it the chlW is healthy' the "aver- age at the end of each week will be fairly everything goes eight at birth' will" be doubled in about months and trebled Jn about fifteen mpntbs.- The average day: during the first months" from two thirds of an to one ounce, an'd'during th'e time the ages of five months. and year Ihe' gain should be from one-third to two-thirds of an 'ounce. The weight, however, In" some in stances, IB deceptlye there will be a i considerable gain In thia respect, -while; the child is not EMPIREWIDE WORT? Scheme of the Imperial Govern- ment To Be Pyt Into Effect Sooa each of the dominions in a despatch might be. and that im- the Secretary of State for' consuls' was to ci tro: Colonies. PAGE SEVENTEEN Most youngsters o! the present day 1 Nine out of every ten .iru so rapidly that it's almost im-1 who enter upon a career after, leaving for the high schools to keep would-be Bdccewfol li 9 with them. I hoy secured jobs. The proposal was concurred in hy all' the dominions, .witb tie exception ol.'Australla, the government of which pointed out that, In vtew ot the fact that- almost 'all; vessels leaving. Aus- tralia lor. Great Britain or Canada touched at foreign ports, and that passengers required for their pass- ports a visa by Italian, French, Am- erican or other consuls, as the case the practice- not to endorse passports unless Issued by the Com- mbuwealth specincally for travel by way of those1'countries. Lord Milner, In reply, pointed sut that It was never Intended that, such' passports should not require'endorsement for-any'for- eign country. to or through which' the holder might b'e travelling. Take Peps at Once! j Peps will safeguard yon agalnit mere i j serious aliments of wL'.ch throat1' Is jtiii tlie bcgiuamg. box of Peps oc hand, therefore, you can avolii much linnecesury suffering and needless expense. Peps Piitillci, dissolved on the tonrrje, throw off a medicinal Pine vapor, which Is such a powerful disinfectant that it de- stroys all and prevents the soreness spreading. At the the healing quality of the Taper soothes the Inflamed membranes and toon brings rdicf. Peps are equally beneficial for laryng- itis, afthma, bronchitis, coughs and colds. All dealers or Peps Co., -Toronto. 59c. box, 3 for There Is such a thing as being too persistent at times: developing In oil ways. is caused by a diet including too much to begin theatres'before' she married Joseph appear af-flve, O'Brien, ai coachman for one of the A- beVallo, _ wealthiest residents of the Champs] leant Ing to; walk of Kiysees, inTlterJ- her husband ont dinner thort- time ago.: i LON'DON, Nov. Mail Cana. dian Associated Imperial government, with the' concurrence with, ments of the shortly; Issue what are termed available for..the. whole: of the Empire, In supercesslon of the cslblitig system, wliich requires ports to be renewed In each part ot the Empire visited by the holder. Under'tho-new Byatem any British; subject who holds a British passport, however endorsed, or even not oh; dorscd at all, will be able to travel anywhere within the- Empire without further formality, and the same rule will apply to new passports to be lo Dritish one of the most expensive res- taurants in Paris, the Bcene of Mad- cmolsslle Moreno's former splendor, they wenil Jhey returned home about two. o'clock1, in .-toe morning, minus th'el.OOO francs. An hour later Mrs. P'pflen cn't-hlr hnsband's throat with committed suicide. concierge of the apartment, the couple occupied a .band-. sbmely Jufnlshea flat street lead- ing from the Champs Blysees, report- ed! the matter to the police and in age -an4-inob' pt the first "year; child be- gins'to walk.-'; niinutes- man called. .'a; distinguished looking maoe many intjuirieB concerninB thi: affair, which !be: concierge an- V'Mv.'' Pdlico nhe -Rdfle'd, aid have the bodies removed i from the flat." am Commission- rep) led the visitor, "but you ad- rait tho fiat is vacant, that the price is BO much then I will rent the apart- I liavo been looking for one for a-'year." DUTCH-GOVERNMENT- WILL'CENSOR PICTURES 'THE HAOUB, Oct. Dutch government1 proposes to follow ol other countries and establish a-natlonal censorship of motion 'pictures. This control has iprevloUsly .been DUCK RELEASED AT ITHAGA, N; Y.y WAS SHOT NEARCAMROSE CAMROSE, October a Camrose hnnter Carl shot a pin tail duck this town, and fortnnately noticed that it had -an aluminum band around one of its legs on which was a number, and a request that in the event "of'Ita being killed, In'formatipn' the Biological Survey at The dnck was given to P. also made a skin of the He has. how received the following letter from W. E. Henderson, acting chief of the blrd.was.trapped on Avery Island, Louisiana, ;pn February 18, 1918, and shipped with a number of other Dr. A. A. Allen, Ith- aca, New York. It ivas released by him at'Cayugji Ig, 1918, This' record shows ;a most remarkable migration for this bird, Camrose being approri- iaatsly i.SOO.EUesliiortbwest.of. Cay- nga Lake. .Wo (Je'slrt to" th'ank -you again for your co-operation In this The'changeja the a pro-, posal made toUha Prime'Minister of Soiith'Africa "by Sir R.'Al' Blanker berg, acting high commissioner in London for.that dominion, and approv- ed of by the government of the-ymon of South Africa. The proposal, having also received the approval-of the Im- perial government, was commended Real Bargains in Men's and Women's Footwear You can Save by purchasing your Wants Now in the hands-of the municipalities. .The propoaed national system would admit of "of-flimsy-one could be shown to'all the popu- lation and the olher only .to. those -above the age of 58. i FINED''WOMEN WHO KEPT THEIR tfATS ON IN COURT suffrase for women means that '.hey must not wear, when .In his court. roonVJUstlce ot tne Peace c. K. Arlne declsreii when he fined two women each for; contempt of court when they refused to re-' rnWe thVir'hais. The women paid. .Whep the justice called the court order he said; "Everybody will please'remove, their hats." Mrs. Oscar McCartn Mrs.iFretfericV Rltter failed do so. The court hesitated a moment, but the two cbhtlriued to wear their hats. "Five dollars a rid. tests for contempt of said the Justice. "If women can have equal suffrage with men :they can also remoye-their hats ih my court room." In Switzerland there is nn law which compels every married couple to plant stx- trees Immediately alter the v.-eddiiig ceremony anil two on the1 birth of every child, Time to Save For your cereal eat that self-sweetened, ready-to-eatrood Every bit eatable There's a Reason matter, and would remind you of your offer to send us the skin ofr the bird with the band The genera! belief that birds migrated from norlh to south and .vice.versa, direct evi- Tle'nce of "an'entirely new-line of flight. Tho banding of birds In ttia east haa become one .of _lKe very Interesting hobbies, and many frilts of birds have been found out that-otherwise would forever remain for this mode of Identification. UNUSUAt, LIFEBOAT DUTCH; PROPELLED BY WATER HOOK OP HOLLASD, Oct. (By unusual-'.type'of "te" boat which operates water up from the ocean and blowing it back again, and so'obtaining a speed ot nine miles an hour, has been adopted by tho life-saving crew which .works. In stormy waters.along the Dutch coast here; The boat has a holrj fn the bottom, through which the walfcV is drawn by nn intake pipe which leads to a efhil conlrltugal pump operated by a 140 horsQ-power. steam, engine. Thr> water Is then forced backward into the sea through two. outlet :plpes open- log at tho bottom of the craft. The boat is; controlled by shutting on', either wholly or In part, ono or the other ot these outlet pipes. It nne Is shut off it goes to starboard, It lha other, it goes to port. If both ara shut oft, nnri the water diverted harm- Icfsly over tlin. r.liles while the euctlon goes on at tha is claimed Ihe boat rests almost stilk In the stormiest of seas, the suctlAi holding .it firmly on the water. i The Dutch life savors hare foilnd that this craft keeps steadier than any boat propelled with'oars or.-by screws. It is 58 feet long and has a capacity for from 40 to 100 passengers, depend- ing upon tho nfalo of the sea, It hps been In.uso for some time and has suved many HYBS. i CIVIL SERVICE -APPOINTMENTS OTTAWA, N'av. Canndlnn civil service commis-l slon announces the following mcnta (o the public service Cold storage Inspector Ottawa, C. Palmer (0. A. 3.) Edmonton, AHa.i forest ranger, Lesser Slave forest re- serve, Joseph Hall (0. A. S.) Saw- ridge, Alts. (0. A. S. Indicates over- _: us-s Zam-Buk, how sbe finds t[ wounds and sores. .Get direct bfliovv i t saves wurry [1 doc tors' bil evidence cf Zatn-UuK', antiseptic- it'charms au-ay pain, irri---' taiion and inn and disease out oi llie liss-jes. isasoolhinjj, hrgbly-conccntraicdherbal .balm that is all medicine. BABY'S ECZEMA. Siia. .baby broke fiotnheid to foot. I had every remedy 1 could Ihink of when 1 "of UnJer this wondeifal beilei eorei soon to ahow menl and .r-erKverance resulted in the teiema eoinrleteir cured." rOlSONED Mrs. Villiers. Jilidiconi St.. Montreal, Kini-BuVI II is Ihe 5nEll all-rotlr.d hiller I know. II cured my poisoned hind, iny tHree childrc n's bad scaFp seres, and my badly cnithed nnfter. Our bome ean't'alTord to be; without Zain-llnh." CUTS BUliNS.- Mrs.T. D. Boston. Childrtn's AtdSocietr. Ont. says: "We never --UM for Jfie.children'a euls. IIILHIS. brutses', and sotrK.' proveail to anylliiue. eUefotsgpio. inB rail apd unitk hraling. whilst an treated with Tarn-Uuk neve, festers." BUSTERED.HEEL. Mrs. C.- A'. Camfbell.' Out. VewlTiocslilis- tered my heel badly, and since ing dye started. krolsoned sore. I bar] not beer, aids 10 Sel bhofl.oa [or a weeh. when I luatd c-f Ziiit-Buk. II was jml Ihe >-ay tl toote the poison and infijtimjlion out cf Ihe foot and neAled the soie." EVESE SCALDS. Mrs. A. Ksfk.. St.' Timairiy Street. >fontteal. My band -.rasbadlv icalded by the kctll- boiling over. The blistered skin tbc: rain was tndescribalrle sennas 1 atiplicd it cooled trie stirfAceV and reduced trip inflammation More. Kim-tSnli perfect All dealsrj. SX.. KRf.E TRIAL SAMPLE :com Zam-Bnk Toronto, for Ic. rlAL-ip. Men's Boots Pair .00 AJf "our regular to lines; the Slater and other high grade shoes to clear at per pair. -.y; Men's Boots Pair -AH our regular to lines Good- year welted soles to go at pair. Metfs Boots Pair Broken lines, values up to Sale )grice per pair. "Hi-tell Baby s Own Soap Hie fragrant creamy lather of "Baby's Own Soap" and in obiolulo purity have won a pest popularity, M iaf for Stty' K! tat fa, to. Mtnalttlartn, Women's Boots Pair Hi-cut lece booU, Walkover, Slater and other well known black, brown and grey; regular to lines. .Sale price Women's Boots Pair All our regular Hi-cut boots that sold at and black and brown, any style heel, all going at Women's Button Boots SEE OUR SPECIAL PRICES ON OXFORDS and PUMPS Pair If you have a small foot, get a pair of these, to only. A real Values all going at pair. THE- SHOEMAN 506 3RD AVENUE SOUTH ;