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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LCTHiftlDOC DAILY MIHAJLD THUKtDAY, OOTOttft IM. Capital and Rest Exceed For Western Farmers The Union Bank of Canada pays speci'al attention to the banking requirements of the Farmers, Grain Dealers, Cattle Meet and Merchants of Western Canada. Alwady over 112 Branches of this Bank have been established from Fort William to Prince Rupert. Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading attached negotiated. Savings Department at every Branch. Interest paid at highest current rates. Lethbridge Anderson. Manager. Stirling F Schimnowski.Acting- Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- W. Baillie, Manager. SAD PICTURE OF TORONTO'S SLUMS People Crowded Like Cattle -Children Growing Up In Evil Ways With half the labor, and at half the of other soap, Sunlight does the whole washing in half the time, yet without Injuring the most delicate fabric. Use it the Sunlight way., Follow the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE> OFFICE, TORONTO I. K. WALKER, President ALIXAWDEE LAIRD, Geaeiai Masa ESTABLISHED I8fl7 Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, i Toronto, Oct. 26. Miss Charity Cook, of the Toronto Mission Union. i this morning -told the audience at the i tenth annual conference of Charities and Correction, in the Normal j school, many horrible things about I conditions in the poor quarters ot Toronto. "We are said Miss Cook, "that we have no slum district in Toronto ami that we know nothing i of the .tenement house. But we have, nevertheless, great overcrowding, and j i this is having a marked effect on the children. If we do not solve the i children of "the Ward" go out as 'problem we are going to turn out a maids into the home of the other Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re freshing for bath or toiiet. For wash ing underclothing it is unequalled Cleanses and purifies. classes. Desertion of- Wives "We are told that the Jews are the Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons and withdrawals made by, any imost virtious, but I tell you vice terrible brand of criminal." Then Miss Cook related stories of i the secret sufferings and horrors of Toronto's "Ward." "1 know she said, "where a :baby Sanri crime is spreading among them, was born the other day, where 'the j too. There is more wife-desertion i mother was in the advanced stages j among our Jews among .any of tuberculosis; and where that baby others. I can tell you of places where would be reared among the other four or Jive families live in one house. children in just two rooms. What The women have no privacy, even in es- '-he most trying and delicate times of one of them or b the survivor. 134 lethbfidge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager chance would that baby have to cape the dread disease "1 know again, of a place where THREE. MILES OF FLOUR Over Five Hundred Cars Shipped by Minneapoliss Millers Minneapolis, Oct. ship- ping record in the milling- history of j Minneapolis was broken today when' the- railroads took out 556 .cars con- taining barrels of flour. Solid trains of flour were moved out by -most- restaurants" at; 6-- o'clock -ihis -evening, which-i have-the promised ball .in -the! Assembly Hall. "'.The -Danging" Party 'given by the :SV m'phony." Orchestra "last Friday ev-1 ening was .not People are too busy, yet .to' enjoy" much On Messrs'; Marshall and 'Sk-arin finished the pav- ONLY GOT TWO YEARS Percei Quebec, 'Oct. sou, -convicted of manslaughter' in connection with "poisoning of his wife was sentenced yesterday to two years in.'the. .penitehyary... 'ing" contract on Lyman street. The- 'assembly "hill and court house will now have .-direct..access, to the paved--, ;a thing 'appreciated .by all; ot. our citizens...; Thanksgiving; exercises were- held in tno assembly hall yesterday. A very able sermon was 'delivered :by Dr. J. M-. Tannerat while Patriarch1 'H: L. Hmman' 'occupied' the jrtilpit at 7 r-.m.t Elder .James .P.. Low, ad- dressed the Sabbath" school .on the topic; of music., was; .at al 1 ses- sions. The "road up; Lee's creek is being-' -and changed in-one place. For the last eight years the present road has" been dangerous where .it leads near the creek opposite .the stone -quarry. This dangerous place is lef-t out of the new which leads through the John T. Bateman field." :In -the next" two weeks this new road'will he "ready for travel. 'Yesterday -afternoon- both branches' of the -Mutual Improvement Associa- tion were..'organized .-'at These -associationsf will v-ery, much .in: .this new-ward.. Y.L. intending-to give a concert on night, of the l'2th of November. Ariything and the are the Vancouver, B. C., Oct. Na- naimo Socialists'have asked for the dismissal of Mine Inspectors Shepherd and Dick, on the ground of alleged j carelessness preceding the recent ex- plosion at .Extension. 4 ,.4 RESTAURANT Tuxedo Pure Foods Demonstration Is still on. Coitfe in and try- want y'our opinion of ife: also tracts, etc. Just placed in Imperial McLaren's Peanut Butter Selected Ripe Olives Ontario Apples in baskets, Plums, etc. FAMILY Sherlock Block; ;