Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sat unlay, September T, 1912 THE DAILY 12 DANGER PERIOD OFWOMANS'LIFE I FROM 45 to 50 t Experience of Two Worth Reading. Oik, Ont "At of Lifa j when doctors couldtdo no more ud I was Kgiven up by my lifriends, Lydia E. SPinliham's Vegeta- Compound came tto the front and did for me. I had been having fe- male troubles for years, my head trou- bled me severely at times, I had beaming down pains and back- ache and I was very from excessive flowing. 1 rec- ommend your .Compound highly and do I to it ss a genuine wo- man's medicine.-" Mrs. SYLVESTER IfANKiifG, WhiteWBk, Onjtario. The GOVERNING CITIES JJKOMMISSION Some Lessons Which Members of the Council Have to Learn to Ensure Success Circleville. can truthfully that I never hed anything do me so much good during Change of Life u Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vmietable Compound. "Before I had takeia one hmif a bottle of it I began to feel 'better, and I have continued taking it !y.y health is better Uian it has been for several years. If all women would UkeVt they would es- cape untold pain and misery at of ALICE Mill St., Circleville, Ohio. The Change of Life is'-one of lie moat critical periods of a woman's existence. Atsuch times women maTrelyuponLydis E. Pinkham's Vegetable .Compound. MORE SCHOOL ROOM HEEDED MACLEOD'S SCHOOL POPULA- SHE FAINTED WITH THE AGONY "FnMws" Curd Hir Niiey) As Lcthbridge is shortly to deal 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 commissioners is primarily as an executive body. Sec- ondly however, in the performance of their duty their grasp of the whole of the city's business and the exper-. ience they are bound to gain will nec- cessarily make them 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 ins of duty. 10 the change over from the old order of things it will almost inevitably happen that there will be a failure to properly apprehend the dut- ies of each. That failure will in all probability come from the council, which is 'dropping its administrative function. U will be more or less dif BCU1, for the councillor to adjust him- which a he has doue 1- be largely a guide to what he wishes to do, until he shall properly appre- ciate the fact that heaceforth he is to be manager s'olely, but manager in the of having control of the larger matters of policy. There will be a danger that the councillor shall think his authority usurped by the commis- sioners. The difference is one of.wttihg the councillor to properly >ciaie his increased status. He is no longer a policeman, no longer a j street overseer, no longer a foreman in the powerhouse.. He is lo be the director-general who orders and who requires to have, placed before him tho results are pointed to with pride. A Commission or Other places had chosen commis- sioners undor varying conditions more or less tentative in character. Pre- vious enactments had been made pos- sible in Edmonton tho.appointment of commissioners more In line with Eng- lish .precedent. There '.vero strong argument's in favor that. were objections, however, to this meth- instance, placing the water-' works system under one set of com- missioners the. electric light and pow- er under another, the. street railway under another and the telephone un- der another. There would be a num- ber of bodies each exercising import- ant functions without any co-relation between them. True, it would be easier to get business mea of the highest ability to serve on a body of that is. a body not directly responsible to the of course, it is a difficult matter to set the man immersed deeply in business to give attention to public affairs. He may be iiuite wiling to give service i but may be quite unable to obtai-a jaud quite unwilling to ask for the I popular acclaiin. after full consideration of i utjietui e. one, past will for him it was thollgbt well that TiON IS INCREA3UNG-RAP' TEACHERS Macieod, Sept. -tennis nament which has been in pro for some time, has been delayed account of the damp many of those taking part are tending the Stampede. Congress is now topic with oar agriculturists. 'our- proofs-inat his orders have been com- plied with. "_ N6-busineB ;nwn -will .ever thick of engaging a superior officer for his bus- iness iiud not giving him ?aiireme j authority therein. If the employee does not do his work well, if he does i not come up to he requirements, the neaiher. and j eiapioyer will discharge him. but he will immediately replace him by an- j other whom he expects to exercise the the I duties fully. The vast mass of. detail nach one will produce the best they have, and many of tnem are sure the iirst prizes will conif to ilacleod district. Grasses and in the let the world know the ,re.t debt I) FruiM-tivts" which saved 1115 M" I had given tip hope rbemgi wllagam I suffered from dreadlul Kulnc, Disei Mr teRS and lower tmtof were, fearfully sn-ol en. The pain inVnlMde legs would be so bad tint I w 1 aid faint with the afjony. dffcitllt doctors attended me and all said it 1 las Kidney Disrut and uivc me no hop of getting well. A kind nciijhbor visited nw m-utioned the Jtrs- I'tawicU who had c Vired of a .like mine. I took Fruil-a-tives" in a short time, I bcj to feel botler-the swelling went d pmns -were scon I was well. 1 have sained, ever 30 pound? since latin.' my inends look npon myreicovery as: a miracle. (MISS) JIJ.ClGIE JANNACK. try all dealers at a box, 6 trial site, 25C.- orsent on receipt pnce by lives Jjmited, .future te filling positions oi respond- ha've the effect of satisfying the coun- bility and to the teacher i cii very completely as to the care that of KHiey Tfe look tor the men ind wo- has characterized the parrying out of of Over 10 per cent, the work, rf the sAool children now in ;it- The Commission Idea iw ones to the Mac-' Various methods have adopted D various places, touching the appoint- neot and service of commissioners. In England administrative duties lave been committed to commission- ers and targe powers granted them under conditions whereby they are practically separated from the muni- cipal authority. A settled condition ol affairs, of character am' genius for self-government peculiar to the people, tho ability and integ rity of the commissioners all combine to give admirable results. In Gal veBton, after thte disastrous flood the whole direction of civic affairs was 'jeod The ScDuof-Board. are busy looking .'for room.' tor the coming scholars who ask for admittance in the near tutnre. When tte new school near was fears afo it "was thought 3lhat "would do for five years, hut .'.this prosperous western country and in everr way. The homes too small, tho churCSes are not .Harge enough, while the school build- angs require enlarging every two pears. Such is the history oi Mac- 3cod. The (fas company hare been delaT- with their main on account of not securing pipes, hut received lour cars today. ThiB. they say, will he suffi- cient to make their connections be- .twcen tiie main line and town. NEW HEAD FOR ST. MICHAELS Toronto. Sept. Father Rob- 'ert -McBrady. C.S.B., is the new pre sident of St. Michael's College. Father iMcBrady succeeds Rev. Farlier Pow- oll, who resigned owing to ill-health. committeod to commissionera question there 'was The One of life fine TRAINMEN TIUE VICTIMS Rutland. Vt., Sept; fii'enlan was killed, another probably fatally hurt, and three ottoer train hands were severely injured. >-hea a heavy freight train crashed a switching engine on the BenningAon branch of t3ie Rutland Hail.toad. a thick fog tonight. The dead: Harr.v B. Miller. Rutland, fireman on ifreigLU; probably fatally hurt. A. W. Andrews. Caatle- toni Corners, firemau gine- 'Chere was the rolling stock and roallbed. T.he- Bper" from -Montreal to New.Yorlr over the Rutland, was sunt arounci by way of the Delaware Hudson River Railway. i SCIENTIFIC HYSTPIA SORELY British Association Takes Half Hour Discussing Nebulous) .'Stions London, Sept. er facing the problem, is lil e just amar- raiigenicn'l oi chejuicals" the British association for tho ady niicenicnl of science went a step inrl her today amd debated the question, there a suul and, if so, is that ilm, merely a chemical affair At tin: ooncliiFiion oil ,'Huls am-aifcis; argument the meenbcrs j arc ready-wir any new ideas, .even tirV.it love, hate and piety are jusV. chtinirical priK'pssiis. Dr. .1. S. Haldane stained things liy saying: "Consciousness st-rmsj Inothing Lutia of physical or chemical changes in the body.: Cutuftih.i oxygen supply and in few second; i all consciousness disappt nrs. 11 is possible man's behavior a. nay be chem- ically affected, entirely Jiiossible that owing to the chemical li.Hlaiis he may be reduced to the level nf the Leasts. If there is a soul all i'ts manifesta- tions are dependent., on 'ipiiysical con- ditions." Prof. Geiidcs in declillriiifc (he dis- cussion timely anJ neil.L'.ssary, said "We are escaping from! (Hie old sep- aration oi corpse and j ithost which eft nothing hut the dissection table tad the spook." OTHERS IMITATE AND MAKE SIMILAR CLAIMS BUT THE GENUINE AND ORIGINAL DANDRUFF DESTROYER IS NEWBRO'S _ HERPICIDE The discovery of the dandruff KC-rm Don't allow yourself lo he deceived as tho causo of all hair trouble Is ".ot are lick taking a recent eveut. .Prof. L'nim .you pttr.-haso gave tho norm theory to tho eitie. You aro buying .1 KILLS TliK DAXDIHJI'T GKKM v STOPS FALLING 1IA1K world in .1887; litter Sabouraud by .his experiments with a rab- bit, proved-boyond a doubt the actual existence of this germ. On the heels of. the establish- n ment o-f tho serin theory of dan- druff came the discovery of. Nawbro's Herpicide. This was tho first and original remedy for the destruction of Ilio dan- druff Kerm. It is a significant -fact thul siitiee. Herplcide has'aehievod Its Wonderful iwpularlty, others httvo changed front and printed Herplcide claims, but their preparations have ed tho same. Any remedy claim- ing lo kill the dandruff germ js try- ins to trade upon thu reputation bf Herpicide. hacked up by the praises of your friends nud llm coufldomio. of your dealer, Who absol- utely guarantee it to prom- ised or refund your.'juouqy. You'.will Mud HornlclUe jat. all lollet giiods conntors in all. cent: mid 51.00 sixes Applications may: bo obtained at the bettef class of, barber shops and hall" dreeing parlors. Tito Herplcide Co., Dopt.-8., Detroit, Mich., upon receipt of 10 cunts lu postage or silver, to cover cost, of packing and mulling, will send to any ad- dress a sample bottle of bro's Horplcldo and an Inter- esting booklet on the cure of the hair. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., Special Agonts. HE DOESN'T FEEL SAFEffl. ITALY OFFICER WHO EXPOSED CAMMOR- ISTS IE AFRAID OF VENGE- ANCE IN DEADLY FORM death The olty "nad been almost swept out of existence. Under these circumstances men of out-standing ability were chosen and given very wide powers. There was nothing of popular control left to the citizens, but the circumstances were such that all the citizens combined with en- thusiasm to support the measures pro- Their of posed by these commissioners. bnsines capacity and the loyalty the citizens' support were such that YOURSELFAGAIKST ILLNESS r USE THESE PILLS. Keep th "DR. CLARK'S NITRE Naples, Sept. Ermine C'apezutti, the man who arrested eral of the G'anrmorists who were convicted of murder at Viterbo, nas 'announced his intention o! emigrating to America in the near future. Capeztitti, who was a of ficer of the Carihincers, has retired from tin; army and renounced his pen- sioa. His departure from Italy is said th be due lo fear of vengeance from friends of the convicted f'am- The work which C'apezutti did in the Cnmmora case was invaluable. Adopting a variety oi disguises he. entered the underworld of Naples and got first hanJ knowledge of the meth- ods of the C'ammorisls. The intimate secrets of the he learn- ed from Abattomaggio after positiR to the t'ainmorists as an enemy to the police. Abatlemaggio. was sent to prison for a minor offence Capezutti ingratiated himself in the man's fav- ir by offering to aid him in a 'ove affair. AbattemaEgio told of the workings of the Cammora organiza- tion when the detective intimated that he wished the information to hold over the heads of the leaders of the in order that he force his way in. bin.'- self later became a police spy. Ceiutipfttion of many fonnaiof uV.knesi and of MI envllcss amount xof huaiau misery. Morse's Indian' Root Pills, thoroughly by over fifty yeiJtof uie, have been proved a and certain euro for constipation aad all kindeed Try them. 25c.abox. DROWNED IN WATER TANK Alvingstone. Out.. Sept. H. Oarruthcrs. aged manager of tlv.i IJrook municipal telephone 'system, was drowned in u five-fool tank of water this afternoon when. In fixlnc a valve in Ihe power house, hi? was knocked back Into a tank, and held -by overhwd pioen. Leonard Hill then mad or moments of scient "rom which it was liscussion must, not he ii iously. Among the sell IS FORMING NEWSBOYS' CLUB Gray of Ed- monton an Advanced Worker Among the Youth Alta., Sept. 7. .Kcv. TWO THOUSAND MILLION IN DIAMONDS e .an apology ifiV: hysteria that the aken too scr- ntitic tit-bits the Arcftdeacou Churt'Ji oi today picked up during, the dJ v was fact that there are surtjh things drunken (lowers, 1'roi. Klcehie declar- ing that if one made cetlltain ilowets, notably the pure white JpreimiU and white sweet Willfiom intiak'icale with alcohol tliey would llnsh ricariet just- human hetngs drink would do. itnaccu stomed to AMERICAN REVIEW ISSUED DRAINS OVERCAME EAR.l-IER'sET BACKS AND YIELD PREMISES TO BE BIG Winnipeg, Sept. re port of the Canadian Paeific RaJJway Company.-for tho ending Tlrtirs- [ay, September 5, says; "Rain has been the principal (ex- tur.e of the week, so for as the crotf is concerned, the rafa of Thursday being generally spread over the three .prairie provinces. In Manitoba, 75 per cent, of the wheat has been cut. A large proportion of the ivheJit stand- ing in stock from Morris to Maniton has to sprout, .which wiil con- siderably lower the yield and the grade. This year's crop contains more wteat with six rows on the head than has been seen in illaalto- ba. The crop will be chena-er for tho farmer to hamlle this year than last, on account of lighter straw. The av- erage per acre W'ill be slightly better .tb.an last year. No. 1 and 2 Grades Not auch a large proportion ot wheat has been cut in Saskatchewan, probably per cent. Weather on ;he whole has been better than in Manitoba. A number of samples from the tlueshing machines have been received from different parts oi the province, and all grado No. 1 anc 2 Northern. The wkjld per acre wil' be better than laist year, and the qua! :ty, with favorable weather, will be 'rom one to two grades higher. There were light frosts on the Kerroherl and Forward subdivision, 'but no dam- age reported. (Jutting in Southern Alberta is more than SO per cent, done, mid com- pleted at a number of places. Weath- was very good in this part of tll-a province, with the exception of tho last few days. Ught frosts were ex- perienced in some, sections, but no damag-a anticipated. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite 8th SI. S.. near Ave, Lcthbridge YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUB PRICES II. A. oi Kngland carries a Gray, o! the in this cily, newsboy's li- lisa, i i'luntburcd 151, which was is- i.the. municipality ot Edmon- ton MheuYlbe outlined a plan to or- club for> the young street cs- merchant. Headquarters will be tablisheU Un the I rooms oi the Y.il. C.A., wlierc the.-youugsiers may have access to pflungc baths, gymnas- ium, gam. ES and. library. Kivc noys will he ai as a committee to frame a' 'Constitution and bylaws. Archdeacon! Gray is lo be 'treasurer. A feature i if the'cluh is UK establish- hient of a permanent fund to newsboys ID sickness and distress. The newsllo j s are- enthusiastic ovet the projecft and it is expected that fully 125 vi'irl kive-sigactl their name; tq tho mcinbcrs'liip roll when the first mecuinig taiies early in October. who was formerh head of tlrc.'boy scouts here, has ivnrnvlplactt'.in hisiihoart for the rising senyrrfcion..! "ottti 'of he says day', hcsa premier of al Canadhi" Forty-five years have elapsed since the flrnt diamond was found in Af- rica, and it Is calculated that since the development of the diamond -mines, the world has paid more, than for their products. This re- presents a weight of carats. If the immense loss from theft In the early years be taken lc.to considera- tion, and the diamonds taken from Brazilian mines and others in differ- ent parts of the world be added to- he estimate, it is probable that not than carats -would be a conservative estimate of the output. rho value of tlrese iii the rough would be more than to this mist be added tkVcost of cutting and the profits to the syndicate, to tho exporter, to the middleman and thw retailer. Among the most famous diamonds ire of the royal house of Bra- gaiiza itud among tho most valuable of the Braganza .collection is that called "the King ot which, weighs 3GRO carats. It iiy. Brazil and has never -been cut. Tha most important cut stone bf Brazil la That called the "Star of the South." which was found by in 1883. It was appropriated by the mine own- er, who gaS'e her in return a pension, for-life. The stone was sold for 000, the new owner depositing it in the bank of Ilio Janierio, and receiv- -.ig on this security a loan many; times greater than the value paid for? tho gem. The diamond was_at long) hi sold for ten times the amount paid. It was finally acquired by a syndicate and cut in oval form, at a cost by a firm in Amsterdam. An Indian Rajah offered more than halC million dollars for it, but was re- fused. A little later it was boughs for the Oaekwar of Weekly. WOOLFORD Sept. .and Mrs. ti and two daughters o EtV'n. s- D- arrived in Calrdston las; and arc visiting at their dauim ter'sl. .Mrs. Brcck of Kirnoall. Th country east and west has sportsman's paradise. A bug- gy of ducks may be had in an hour a Ihy 'time. RaleMf Presbyterians are somewhat upset I'ilitely over ths failure of a. stud- ent to "the tinre, the place and the pen tpie.V Tiic joke upon ijm cleric tl liis time and isn't appreciated. Twenty- War miles in the rain and NOT CHOKING PEOPLE'S RIGHT3 Topeka, Kan., Sept. Judge Stillborn, of Denver, has denied the application for an injunction to the Kansas Roosevelt electors off the Republican State ticket. Tho decision was reached here this after- noon. THE STRENUOUS LIFE AGAIN One o( the results of the strenuous life of the present day is that ijiauy persons find it impossible to get away to the country for any length of time during the summer months, -with the result that at the end of the summer they find themselves, run down, enervated, troubled with insomnia or incapable of properly digesting und assimilating their food. For such trcuL-l-J there is nothing to equal Bovril. Let Hovril appear in the menu every locked was what -tlta Usl change" at Ralcy. l j d ex- improvement in wiii fine iS. T. U. officials who allow trains to ('block crossings. 1I( a strcngth, greater energy, ami vitality will soon become apparent, Add n little Rovril toyoursoups and gravies and take occasionally a cup of Bovril bouillon or a Bovril sandwich. BULGARIA'S POLICY IN MACEDONIA London, Sept. Dally Mall's j Sofia correspondent represents the National ami Liberal parlies as IwinB opposed to a war 'ivilh Turkey If it is j avoidable. Ill the conviction that it. i will become HnlKurla'R litsk to K've j freedom to .Macedonia, as Turkey will never do so, exiwpl muler compulsion. The coiTcajionduiil nclcls thai the lo- cal powers either must enfftrce their will on Turkey or allow Bulgaria to execute it for them.