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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'October 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD are pale and in xi facet and poor minds and boJjet are starred became their replar food doei noil. iwuruji.' Such children need Scott's Emuliion above everything else; it contains nature's ratest life-giving fats; it is essentially food and- bone-food, free from wine, alcohol or harmful drug. Scott'f Emulsion often builds many times iU weight in solid tonic and nutritive properties make all good food do (ood. IT IS NOT; A nOT. BUT A' fOUNDATlOH FOR STUKDY .Every DrunM Hu It. AroU Hon. Duncan -Marshall Gave Lot of Information About Work for the Sick Edn-.n'nlon, Oct. IC.-Ques- Principal Hodgsonf Tells thi 'Teachers of Some of-the Many Advantages' High school librariei in sn.al CALGARY'S MEWATA PARK BILL READ SECOND MR. HOADLEY INQUISITIVE Kilmonloii, Oct. The act ainendtneuts hill was read a second time in legislature today, the respecting dangerous or mis- chiecous animals was given a third reading aud passtd. 'I'he latter act es provlsiuu fur the impounding ol dangerous bulls and the control ol d horses in Peace iliyer- dis- trict. A brands act tu amend rural read first OFY1C1 Important Gathering Over Thanksgiving Day churches will be provided for as fol- lows St. Andrews, .1. W. Ward, general secretary, evening ser-! vice. I First MaptUt, John Sharpe, Cal- gary, evening: Christian cburcb, Barnes Malcolm, the I Calgary, employed ofUcerB of the Y.M.C.A. in i E' >grain of rhs: conference; which will continue until i Monday evening. The following Is the program SATURDAY EVKNIXG, 18TI1 C.30 table conference Introductions; Objectives for. senses 1913-11, 'H. Discussion. SUNDAY MOTiS'INO, 19T1I 3.45 address, Jos- :Tte first annual conference of Alb.rU acd Eastern Hritish Colmn- ,lght wilh a tbe I.eth- iia, open tomorrow lea table conference ir bridge Y.M.C.A. 'Visitors tioru all of the loans sup- porting a Y'.M.C.A. will be present, anil ths object of the confcier.ce will be mainly for the comparing of notes and listening to the reports of oftlc- launicipalities act was time. Tbe bill to authorize the city- ol Calgary to transfer a portion of Me- wata Park J.o Dominion, govern- ment was read a second lime. A bill to authorize E. li. Keither- ston to practice medicine was with drawn. Private bills rcaj a third time and were passed Howue.ss Im- provement Co., Village of lieach. and Greek Canadian dub'.' George Iloadley, asked why an Alberta man was not ap- pointed as for tbe pro- vince, Premier Sitton replied that the present incumbent, J. A. was on account of his special qualification. Also in reply to Ite question of Mr. Iloadley as- to' church pulpit will te occupied in the' vision of the National Council, H.ison- thc yearly salary ol 'the Premier; j morning by II. Ballantyne, general Ballantyne; j MONDAY AFTBHSOOfC; 20T11 Hon. Sir. Sifton replied that the r secretary lor-tbe western 10.15 an agg'es-1 2.00 ball amount oi the premier's salary this] Wesley congregation will hear Kobl. sive relijlQiis J. W. r ried men 's. men. year was SCOOO, and the..estimated [Pearson, Calgary's general Ward, Edmonton. 3.00 p. aggressive 'boys' .in special lir.es of Thejeph P. Tracy." 'scope'.of the V.M.C.A. is being gia-j scrrices. dually'aod steadily widened, and this i.OO meeting; Leader, conference will probably result Tail, I'dfhu'nton Leader of mailing it an annual afiair. isfnging, Allan Thomspn, RevelstoVc. On Sunday most oi tto pulpits in Speaker, Robert Pearson, Calgary, the churches will le occupied by unei -7.30 serrices. 'c.Hhe delegates; ar.d purpose is 1 MONDAY- MOHMNG, 20TH j 'to give the public an accurate idea 3.00 address. i o! the work that is leing done. Knoi j 9.30 a.m.-Work of tbe western di-i work N- Johnston, Nel- For THANKSGIVING SPECIALS Phone 1657 Tliis store will ho closed on Monday, for' Thanksgiving SpiTiiil I'ftorts will lie umdo Id supply all the flaintic.s suitable for the occasion. Here nvc u few hints: nvc ('rsnberrlea. 3Hie for 25c. Celery, neiv shipment 2Tb ,25c Onicne. coolilng. for 25c. CurranU, cleaned. 2 lor ..25c- Seedless Raisins 2 for ___25c Uatea, 2 pktj for 25c SiiJJed KalBlnj 3 pVU for 2Sc. Kgto Baking Powder. 15c anil 25c. nevr season, per comb 30c. each 15c Called for and Delivered Same Day CENTRAL CASH GROCERY A. E. KINNEAR, PROPRIETOR Orders Sent 0. O .D. Phone 1657 612 7th Street South. salary Tor best year was -1.00 aggressive physical work policy, L. H. Wood. Edmonton. 5.00 aggressive education- al policy, H. Calgary. 5.00 depart for north also, in the morning, and the other] social wort policy, J. M. Sharpe, Calgary, and west. tuberculosis m the province ics for thc cr--.ral disposal, of j' J. !ny. h'yi nrVrStaSleV.iraeraberJ Hodgson, of i -n'usu-ftreds.- bVj deal- lions regarding'llie. eitent and treat- cities anrl towns, to serve" as iibrar- inen> of tuberculosis'in the thiJ and citi. ture tod for Iliirh_____ Hon. fliincab' Marshall, 'who ;the administration of tllS health Hon.- Jlr. -Mar- shall staled-.thai a; number of towns and cities in the province maintain.- ing systems of -piirirjcatiori anil disposaMvas five, Welaatiwih, I.ethbTldge, Cainrosc, Edmonton and Glcichcn. j Six" towns and cities emptied their sewage jnto the'rivers and streams in- of any 'purification aud tlis- poi-al systems. These were': Keel Deer. Calgary, Macleod, .Medicine Hat and'Vegre.vilic', s ;_ lioKpiials and rases1 of ing with "the library problem of the high In this way, bcHeves that .the .two-fold' purpose, fanS'jiili'.swjcJiOtS, I to better- grealcst drawbacks'to the establish- ment of libraries in' the lligh'schools of the smaller towns, is theUackYof funiis. Hy opening Ihe library'16 the use ol the grants irqhv the town council may -be thus the efficieiicy- pt-.the. institution as a service tq the public pu- pils, is enhanced materially." erculosis, Mr. Marshall stated that Tho range of -In; tliirly-threo hospitals bad received grants (rnra the' government .during- the present-" the total .-iMomit paid under ithwc grants was number of hospitals in Alberta located- iu municipalities iither than cities, was eighteen and It'C amount oi grants ipaid to these Irrr.Uals was 'Mm mimbcr of cases of pulmonary: ti admitted into general Ir.cated in cities during 1912 v..is twerityrfour.'. i.-t iriclfde' Medicine Hat cases. Six- 'tptn cases, were admitted into other; one 'sanatorium r'c> r.'hcd a grant during 1912, that of where forty cases were re- ifivcrl during 1812. Ccaeral. hospitals icfusing admis- to tubercular "Ed- nMlon Ocneral Hoyal-Aleia'ndra, .Mtclrod General, High Hirer Gen- eral, Calgary General, lied a-..l thc York Hospital, Provost. Thc F-vlncona, Camrose ar.d Wetiskivin (J.-iCrjl hospitals-admitted cases of1 ti'l erculosis. 'Ins general hospitals providing spc- cir! wards for cases of tuberculosis v.cre Kdmontoti, Isolation Iloswrll; Vfirevillc; and the l.amont Public. The tola! number of beds in Ihcse ii.nii was twer.ly-lhrce. Seventy-six rcsfs o( pulir.or.ary tubprcuiosis were [C'porlcd lo Ihe provinciar hoard: of during 1913. 'Tliei. nuri'iter of reported from pulmmmry tub- en '.ilosis during was 172. No i o; oi Is wcic received from the hos- pitals at Troi'hii, llawll, Medicine Hat, Pincher Creek and (frouard. t i creased in tliis ..War, .-.arid muci needed want iri-.the-wayrol-a cen'tre; of social service.and_.culture...- would be supplied. The plan woyld also bring Ihe HiglTscho.ol building tp rto the greatest service, as it would bo utilized in thc'oYening's1." Mr. Hodgson, also advocated that the aid of 'the University of Alberta he .mvoked, and that travelling lib- raries the library would be'able to. laVe ad- vantage .ol .'several hundred, vplumes tor 'or tta gensral reading public, b'ec'a'Jfic they would be more therefore. oSer thc greatest uliHtyV.on the. first invest- ment.. community advanced, and were aWe to do so, books ol his- tory, science, and travel 'could be added. Mr. Hodgson suggested that possibly complete sets of Diciens and Scott uould be sufficient, and' dis- couraged the general purchase of com- plete ficts, preferring to p.ick .out the bcsls works of each author. The plan submitted'by Mr; Hodgson was very favorably received, and wae the sub- ject of .much thcmght. and discussion. It is probable that {he. idea will re- ceive the cnttorEat-ion of the-me'cting in.the form.af a.resolution.. LEADER DEAD. mikesiarre, .Oct. a mcmlicr of the national ex- u( the United Jlinc Workers il here Tuesday night, if an operation M Friday, He was an active labor wler and had participated In sett' 'rcent of'Rvery general strike during t.e past four years. Ottawa, the end of this month there will be subscribers in Canada to the rural; toa.il delivery system. The divisional present is as follows prince Edward Island 3700: Nova' Scotia 1250; New llrutiswlcV Quebec Ontario Mani- toba 150 Sas'nalchewan 333; Al- berta !00; IJrifish C'olumuia 1302. Total SATURDAY NIGHT -V. at- the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.30 ic Repcuon of Seasonable Goods Sacrificed at Price Saffirdayjl October, 18th.; we are inaugurating a 15-day Sale that ;j liiake you wonder at the cheapness you eiah are overstocked by fe3 :6yer worth of seasonable goods, and we must get rid "pf at any JRead and Maivell at the ing Sample Specials For Ladies Underwear of line texture, lU-gukr 50c for For Men L'locce-lincd Underwear of liigli iiiorit ,rcg. i'or 39 C Leather Shoes, of Solid Bftdropiii 1'elt Slippers, for' rogular 29c C'ajiSi with a rcgiilur Toe for Soft Hats iu a wide, colors and styles. Regular. 82.00 for _____ Fine ]5oots oi'gunrant.ccd leather, reg; -S3.50 for 8uits: of all wool serge or stcct, rcg for ST.60 Overcoats- of all wool clolh'j !re: vcrsiljle collar, regular IIoj.se Dresses of cnplivnting -'ffaUcnis, rcg. for ,79Ci Waists of line checkered flunne.li rcg. -Si, for......39C .'.Slpcknigs of Fine -regular 50u. for OvoviUs for hardworking inon1 Eeguliu' Jjl.OO for i'lpcuo lined Working Slinks- :'Kpgular.31.00 for Ml oLgomiine ilcgulnr for SALE NOW 0N IN FULL SWING r I, Fate Refunded Buyers from South Side on Purchases v Over M.--X' erta Wholesale, and Retail MerchanU Lethbridfe ;