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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY 12 DANGER OFWOMKNS'LIFE FROM 45 to 50 Experience of Two StmtemenU i Worth Reading. I WhiUOaV, Chang, of Ufa J when doctors couldtdo no more ud I was ngiven up by my [vfriende, Lytlia E. iJPinkham's Vegeta. [Me Compound came Lto the front and did for me. 1 hfld been having fe- male troubles for 1 years, my head trou- l: bled me severely at limes, 1 had bearing down pains and back- _____ ache and I was very uwiu.. from excessive flowing. 1 rec- ommend your Compoend highly and do all I can to advortine it as a genuine wo- man's medicine.-" Mrs. SYLVESTER MANNING, Ontario. The Case of Mrs. Kirlin. Circleville, can truthfully lay that I never hsd anything do me so much good during Change of Life ms Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vueetable Compound. "Before I had taken one half a bottle of it I began to feel -better, and I have GOVERNING CITIES BY COMMISSION Some Lessons Which Members of the Council Have to Learn to Ensure Success SHE FAINTED WIT! TUNY lethbridge is shortly to deal the results are pointed to with pride. Letnundge n, A or Commlsiioner. Other places had chosen commis- sioners under varying conditions more with commission- form of government the following article by Mr. Short, K. C., ill the Edmonton Bulletin, should prove of interest: The Commissioners The duty of the is primarily as an executive body. Sec- oadly however, In the performance of their duty their grasp of tbe whole of the city's and the exper- ience they are bound lo gain will nec- eessarlly make thorn a very important body Properly understood, there will be no conflict of authority between the commissioners and the council. Any cause of friction will arise rather from a misunderstanding of the limits and authority of either body than from any real clashing of ing of duty. Hi the change over from the old order of things it will almost inevitably happen that there will a failure to properly apprehend the dut- ies of each. That failure will iu a" Ot It 1 oeglMl w leci continued Uking it health is better than it has been for shveral If all women would take Vt they would es- fc cane untold pain and misery at this time of ALICE'.KiKLix, 358 b Mill St, Circleville, Ohio, probability come from the council, which is "dropping its administrative (unction. It will be more or less dif- The Change of Life of the most critical periods of a woman's existence. ficult for the councillor to adjust him- j "self to altered cond'ious. That lone in the past will for him j j be largely a guide to what he wishes j o do. until he shall properly appre- I riate the fact that henceforth he is to Atsuch timeswomen Lydii E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound MORE SCHOOL ROOM NEEDED MACLEOD'S SCHOOL POPULA- TION IS INCREASUNG-RAP- TEACHERS Macleod, Sept. The -tennis uament which has been in progress for some time, has been delayed en account ol the (lamp Tvealher, many of those taking part are tending the Stampede. Dry-Farm lag Congress is now topic with oar agriculturists, be manager solely, but manager in the seii'je of having; control of the larger matters of policy. Thsre will- be danger that the councillor shall think his authority usurped by the commis- sioners. The difference is rsally one oi.setting the. councillor to properly appreciate his increased status. He Is no longer a policeman, no longer a street overseer, no longer a foreman in thci powerhouse. .He is to he the director-general who orders and who to have placed before him proofs .that his orders have been com- plied with: .Xo jbusines.man will .ever think of engaging a superior officer Tor his bus- iness aud not -giving him supreme authority therein- If the impioyea does not do his work well, if he doss not come up to he requirements, the 5a'! j employer will discharge him. but he at- will immediately replace him by an- other whom he expects to exercise the duties fully. The vast mass of detail ic tn be completely taken off tha one will prodn-'e the hest they have, and many of tiem are sure the ;ix-st prizes will come to Hacleod district. Grasses and in the vegetables ami Ecatts will make the shoulders, of the council. All they ask is reports that show, it may- be, in complete detail what has been but these are reports for appro- val merely, and approval of the right methods is not a question of the coun- .Macleod district known to all parts I cnior giving personal attention to the of the world. details. The commissioner will come Public' and High sciwols have oppn- withia full cor-aplement of teachers In with a report as to what has been done, what wages have been paid in doing It. the measure of success that or less tentative in character. Pre- vious enactments had been made pos- sible in Edmonton the appointment of commifjioners more In line with Eng- lish precedent. There were strong argument! In favor of'that. were objections, however, to this inetV instance, placing the water-- works- system under one sot of com- missioners the, electric light and iiow- ur under another, the.street railway under another and the telephone un- der another. There would he a. num- ber of bodies each exercising import- ant Junctions without any co-relation between them. True, it would be easier to -get business men of the highest ability to serve ou a body of that is, a body not directly responsible to the of course, it is a difficult matter to get the man immersed deeply in business 10 Rive attention to public affairs. He may be quite wiling to give service hut may be quite unable to obtain and quite unwilling to asl: for the j popular acclaim. I Therefore, utter full consideration of the subject, it was thought well that commissioners should be unpointed by and directly responsible to the coun- cil. If by making the duties of the council less onerous' those men who were in the habit of. directing'large business affairs, and who were thus trained in the an. lit management, could be got to serve upon the council it was thought possible that commis- sioners of first-class experience could be secured. It is a HiaTter of common knowledge that the great railway and banking cor- porations, for the ser- vices of many first-class men; that tbe service required of these is the most exacting and that the remuneration attached to their offices is By no means greater than the city would he willing to pay. If such men as these could be got to serve the city, there would be no question as to the results, but the men are difficult to gat. The public is a hard taskmaster and the tenure of ofSce under a council is oftea in- secure, but with a good council, ex- perienced In managing affairs, anS with a reasonably sure tenure of of- fice, under circumstances which make It impossible to discharge a commis- sioner without cause, it was hoped that we should succeed in getting first- class men" As commissioners of a utility en- tirely removed Irom popular control, as in the English system, it would be easy to get such men. The more dif- ficult method of setting men to -serve directly responsible to council was and pupils, sufficient to nil ail f- f rooms. Onlr tiree of the old staff the 'are nffT sinong the teachers. Seven mew ones made their how to the Canadians' viho will in the near .future he filling positions of responsi- bility find and to the teacher -we look for the men" ind of cent. work when finished, whether or not it has bee nsuccessful. The detail of the JANNACK ONT., PEC. i4th. 1910 "I-desire ito. W the world know the are.! debt II owe "Froio-t-tives" which saved my lifti when I hail Riven of ever being! well again. yea -s, I suffered from dreadful Kidney Mr tegs and lower of my bcA Iv were.fearfully swol en. The pain in side and legs would be so bad that I wt feint the agony. Five diffcrei It doctors attended me and all Mid itl.vas Kiduey Disease and gave me no hop of getting well. kind neighbor visited me and mentioned the" lease of Mrs. 1-e.iwick who had been c of a sickness like mine. I took Fri.it-a-tives and m short time, I be, pu to feel swelling went A Hie pains were soon 1 was well. I have gained, over 30 pounds since taking my friends loot upon my ran ivery as a miracle. sold dealers at joe a box, 6 fortfl or sent on receipt of pnce bytruit-a- tives Lhnitod, Ottav, -a. SCIENTIFIC HYSTERIA SUREY British Association Takes Half Hour Discussing i Nebulous-. istions London, Sept. er daringly facing the problem, is lil e just an ar- rangement of chemicals! the Dritlsh association for tho adv iincemeiit ot science went a step f ur (llcr today amd debated the question, :a< there a soul and, ii so, is that ttui, merely a chemical affair At the oonclunion od Mills anvaiing argument the members leailv'-kir any new ideas, .even Hr'nl love, huto and piety are just, chunin'cal processes. Or. J. S. Haldaue stained things tiy sayias: "Consciousness Hwmsj inotltins butUx cpnsenunice of physical'! or chcmiral' changes in this body. Culufitlm oxygen supply anil in a'.i few seconds i all consciousness disapp! tars. 11 is possible man's behavior a nay be chem- ically affected, entirely that owing to the chemical lijiiUms he may he reduced lo the level ijit1 the beasts. If there is a soul all jjts inaniibsta- tions arc dependent' on (iiliysical con- ditions." Prof. Oeddes in tlie dis- cussion timely unJ iicUX'SHary. said KILLS TilK DAN STOPS HAIR OTHERS IMITATE AND MAKE SIMILAR CLAIMS BUT THE GENUINE AND ORIGINAL' DANDRUFF DESTROYER IS NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE Tho discovery of the dandruff i Don't allow yourself to be dBCOIvei! us the causo ot nil hair trouble Is slot I You a recent event, ,1'rof. Unna gave tho gorni thoory to tlio world lu 1SS7; later Siibouinud by .his cxperiinonts with a rah- bit, proved- boyond a doubt tho actual existence of this gorin. On tho heels of tho establish- i inent of the gorra theory of dra- druff came the discovery of. Nowbro's llerpiciue. This wns tho iirat and original remedy for the destruction of tho dan- druff germ. It is a significant 'fact that since Hernlclde has achieved its popularity, others hlive changed front and appro- printed Herpicide claims, but nro not taking chlinces when vou iiun'lmso Newbro's.. llorpl- 'elilo. You are buying a remedy backed up iiy the prrtteos of your friends and lllu ealiindoneii of your deiiler, who will; absol- utely Bnnraiileo.lt to asi prom- ised or .refund your, You'Will llud llerpictdo fti alt toilet giiods counters In 50 cent; and ?1.00 Applications may bo obtained at, tho bettm' class or. barber shops, and Uaii" droEsliig parlors. Tho llerpiclde Co., Detroit, Mich., upon receipt of 10 cents In postage or silver- to cover cost of packing and mulling, will solid 10 any ad- printed Horpicido claims, but GONE MI mailing, will solid 10 any their preparations have remain- dress a satnplo bottle of tsow. oil the same. Any remedy claim- bro's Herpicide and an Inter- Ing to kill the dandruff germ js try-. esting booklet on the cave of tho hair. Ins to trade upon tbe reputation ofjj; D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., Newbro's Herpicide. I Special Agents. TRAINMEN VICTIMS Rutland, Vt., Sept; fireman was killed, another probably totally hurt, and three otJit-er train hands were severely injured, 'when a heavy freight train crashed into a switching engine on the branch of the Rutland Railroad, in a thick fog tonight. The dead: Harr.v B. Miller, Rutland, fireman on freight; probably fatally hurt. A. W. Andrews. toib Corners, fireman ontsvi'iSchiugfen- j glee. 'nhere was to he rolling stock and roaolbed. Tvhe sleeper" from to Xew-Yorlr iver the Rutland, was S'Bnt iirouncl by way of the Delaware Hudson River Hailway. "We are escaping iroiu Hie aration of corpse and 1 tjhost which left nothing hut the dia'scction table and the spook." 'i Leonard Hill then made.an apology for moments of scieufc IS FORMING NEWSBDYS' CLUB Gray of Ed- monton an Advanced Worker Among the Youth, sitilkles of thereby co-relating all the public sen-ices. of tomortnwf Over 10 ppr .of the ssirao! children now in temlanOB ones to the Muc- schoot- Thfl School- Board are busy looking for room., ior the coming scholars 'A'lio -Kifi ask for admittance in the near luture. When -the new school was Tear-i aeo rt -was thought Sthat ft Tfould do for fire years, but this jwspero-as western country and rtown grows in eveir way. The homes ere too small, the churches are not large enough, while the school build- Qngs require enlarging every two ij-ears. Such is the history of Mac- jc-od. The Gas company have been delav- with their main en account of not securing pipes, hut received four cars today. This, they say, will he suffi- cient to make their connections rtwecn the main line and town. NEW HEAD FOR ST. MICHAELS Toronto. Sept. Father Rob- ert. C.S.B., is the new pre tident Of St. Michael's College. Father JMcBrady Rev. Father Pow oil, who resigned owing to ill-health. report may be elaborate: it should have the effect of the coun- cil very completely as to the care that has characterized the carrying out ot the work. The Commission Idea Various methods have been adopted various places, touching the appoint- ment and service of commissioners. England a d minis tra tire duties lave been committed to commission- ers and terge powers granted them under conditions whereby they are practicaHy separated from the muni- cipal authority. A settled condition ot aKairs, Uie-stendmess of character and genius for self-government peculiar to the people, and the ability and integ- rity of the commissioners all combine to give admirable results. In Gal- veeton, after tUe disastrous flood the whole direction of civic affairs was to commissioners. The question there was one of life -and deatb Tafr oily boon almost existence. Under these circumitancee men of out-standing ability were chosen and given very wide powers. Ttere was nothing of popular control lelt to the citizens, but the circumstances were such that all the citizens combined with en- thusiasm to support tha measures pro- posed by these commissioners. Their busines capacity and (he loyalty of the citizens' support were such that HE DOESN'T FEEL SAFE IN ITALY OFFICER WHO EXPOSED CAMMOR- ISTS IS AFRAID OF VENGE- ANCE IN DEADLY FORM from which it was discussion must not he iously. Among the in'c hysteria thai tho liken too ser- ntitic tit-bits picked up during, the cmy was the fact that there -are sudili things, as drunken flowers, Prof. Ku-cble 'Icclac- ing that ii one made ceAain ilowors, notably the pure white tpremula and white sweet Williiani inliovicate with alcohol they would lltisli ncarlut just as human beings unaccustomed to drink would do. YOURSELF AGAINST ILLNESS ional do Naples, Sept. Ermine Capezutti, the man who arre-slcd svv eral of the (.'.Humorists who were convicted of murder at Viierho, nas announced his inioni of emigre to America in the near future. Oapezutti, who was a warrant of ficer of the Caribineers, has rctitei from army and renounced his pen sion. His departure from Italy i: said he due lo fear of vengeana from friends of the convicted The work which ilid ii the Camniora case was invaluable Adopting a variety of disguises he entered the underw.orld of Maples .ind got lirsl hand knowledge oMhe meth- ods of the Cammorisls. The. intimate secrets of thy organization he learn- ed from Abattemaggio after pusins to the Cammorisis as an enemy to the police. When Abattcmaggio. was sent prison for a minor offence Capezulli ingratiated himself in the man's fav- or by offering to aid him in a '.ove affair. AbaLtemacgio told of the workings of the Cammora organisa- tion when the detective intimated that wished the, information to liolci over heads of the leaders of the organization in order I list lie force his way in. Abattemaggio self later became a police spy. Conitipfttion of many formatof ifcknesi and of an endlcsi amount vof misery. Morse's Indian' Root Pills, Ihoroughly terted by over fifty yeart of uie, have been proved a e and certain cure for constipation and all kindeed Try them. 25c.abox. AMERICAN CRf REVIEW ISSUED GRAINS OVERCAME BACKS AND YIELD PROMISES TO BE BIG A. tjiay, Scp "Rain Of t Altu., Sept. 7. Jiev. ArcMeacou 11. A. Gray, ot the Chuit'Ji of ivngland in this tuday carries !M, dly, newsboy's li- which is- sued i.the municipality oi iOdmon- ton otitlinad a plan lo or- the young street jncrchaiVis. Headquarters will he es- tablished iin thel rooms of the. V.M. C.A., where theryouugslers may have DROWNED IN WATER TANK Winnipeg, Sept. re- port of the Canadian Paerfic Ra.Vway Company.-for the ending Tlfura- ScpJ.ember 5, has been the piTincipal fe.i the week, so fnr as the concertitu, ih-e rarsi of Thursday ns generally spread over the three prairie provinces. fn .Manitoba, To per cent, of the wheiu has boen cut. A large, proportion of the wheat stand- ing in stable from Morris to Manitou has started to sprout, .which will con- siderably lower tlie yield and the grade. This year's crop contains more wh-aat with six rows on th head than h ba. Tbe crop will be cheaper for the farmer to handle this year than lasf. on account cf lighter straw. The av- eniHe per acre will be slightly better -Uian, last year. No. 1 and 2 Grades Not such a large proportion of the wheat lias been cut in Saskatchewan, probably per cent. Weather on the whole has been better than in Manitoba. A number of sum pies from the threshing machines have been received from different parts of tho province, and all grade No. 1 and 2 Northern. The wi-eid per acre will be better than last year, and the qual- ity, with favorable weather, vrill he from one to two grades higher. There light frosts on the Kerrobert, and Forward subdivision, 'but no dam- aye reported. Cutting In Southern Alberta ia i more than 80 per cent, done, and com-1 pleted at H number of places. j er was very gooc! in this part, of tlvs I province, with the excejjtaon of the j last few days. Light frosts were j perienced in sections, but no j damage anticipated. access pjlunge baths, gymnas- ium, games ami library. Kivc hoys will lie ai (pointed as a committee lo frame u- and bylaws. Archdeacon! Gray is to he treasurer. A feature tit the 'club is the establish- ment of a permanent fund to assist newsboys ;i.h sickness and distress. The newsbo ys arc- enthusiastic over the proiccli ;aml it is expected .thai fully .125 vrilk liavc.signcd their names to the. roll when the first meetling takes plaice, early in October. who was iormerh head of tire 'boy sconts here, has a hisi'hecirt For the rising generrifcionj "out; -of he sa} s day- hesa premier of al Canadli! TWO MILLION. IN DIAMONDS Forty-five years have elapsed since the first diamond was found in. Af- rica, and it in calculated'that sluce tbe development the diamond mines the world lias than tor their products. This re- presents a weight of carats. If the immense loss from theft in the early years be taken into considera- tion, and the diamonds taken from Brazilian and others in differ- ent .parts of the world be added to he csTlmate, it is probable that not ess than cumLa would be a conservative estimate of the output. The. value of thuse iu the- rough would more than to this mist be added the cost of cutting and he profits to the syndicate, to exporter, to the middleman and tha retailer. Among the most famous diamonds ire those oC the royal jiouse Bra- gauziL and among the most valuable1 oi the Braganza .collection is that called "the King of. mrhlch. weighs 3C50 carats. It was found iu, Brazil and lias never -been cut. Thw most important cut stone of Brazil is tlmt called the "Sfar of the South." which was found by a.uegresB in 1883. It. was appropriated by the mine- own- er, who gave her in return a pension, for-life. The stone wus sold for 000, the new owner depositing it in, the bank of TUo Janierio, and. receiv- ing on this security a loan many) times greater than the value pai-d the gom. The diamond was .at leugfli sold for ten times the amount paid. It was finally acquired by a syndicate id cut in oval form at a cost by it firm in Amsterdam. An Indian Rajah ottered more than hnlC a million dollars for it, but was re- fusgd. A little later it was bouuhfi for i.he Gaekwar of Weekly. I WOOLFORD WrWford, Sept. and Mrs. G and hvo o S- arrived in Oajrciston Insi and are visiting at their dausii ter'yLMrs. .J. IJrnck of Kimoall. Tin vlslt.oi's iviil stay for 'the IVry Farm 'iDongrcss at Letbbridge nex1 mom Dmtks in. abundance ave being u.. W down in Woolforcl district been seen in .Mamto- coimlrv east olld west IIS.L sportsman's paradise. A bus- gy loa Id of ducks may be in an hour a ihy time. Presbyteriuns are somewhat upset lilttely over the failure of y. stud- ent to Ifind "the the place and the pen (pie.1.1 Tho joke isn't upon the cleric ti liis time and isn't appreciated. Twmiiy-Jfour miles in the rain and a locked tltoor was what .tha last change" risqt at Raloy. NOT. CHOKING PEOPLE'S RIGHTS Toiieka, Kan., Sept. 6.--Federal Judge Saaborn, of Denver, has denied tlio application for an injunction to tbe Kansas Roosevelt electors off the Republican State ticket. Tho decision was reached here this after- noon. fHE STRENUOUS. LiFE AGAIN One of the results of tbe strenuous life of the present day is that many persons find it impossible to get away to the country for any length of time during the summer montbs, with tbe result that at the end of the summer they find themselves run down, enervated, troubled with insomnia or incapable of properly digesting and assimilating their food. For such troubled there is nothing to equal Bovril. Let Hovril appear ill the menu every day and a wonderful improvement iu renewed strength, greater energy, and vitality will soon become apparent. Add'a little Dovril to your soups and gravies aud take occasionally a cup of i OI- a jjovrti sandwich. D-S-12 BULGARIA'S POLICY IN MACEDONIA Alvingstoiie. Out.. Sept. 11. Cnrnitliers. aged manaKer of tlia liroolc municipal telephone -system, was drowned in u five-foot, tank of water this afternoon when, in fixing a valve in the power house, IK? was knocked back Into a tank, and held there hy Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSOM AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite Slh Kt. S.. near :inl Ave, Lethbridge. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING PUB PRICES Sept. Daily Mail's j SofLi corresponcleni represent ihe' National awl Liberal parties as twins ojiposed lo a war'wilb Turkey If it is j avoidablo, in the conviction that it will become IlillKaria's task lo K've freedom to as Turkey will never do so, exeunt under compulsion. The eorresijondont. adds that the lo- cal powers either must cnfsrce their will on Turkey or allow Bavaria to execute it for them. ;