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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, AL'CiUST 3, 1920 LETHPRIDGE, ALBEUTA, PAGE SEVEN CQiElONMLMiCEIlY The Rhyming Optimist (By Allnt Mkhaelit.) Impressions Gathered by the Local Delegate Conveyed to Club Tho weekly luncheon of the notary Club Moixlay had as Its chief feature tu iutercstltir: report of the Interna- tional Convention ui Atlantic City by Jos. .ruwdeu. Ihs Lethbridge dele- gate. Tirst ot all ho told ot the trip to Atlantic with lino Rotary receptions ul Sault Ste. Toronto and Nev: York. After describing the wonders of the convention city, Mr. Bawden told about tuo ot the con- vention. One of the early speakers emphasized that notary was contri- buting the most necessary thlyg to successful League of Nations and-tbat was a League of Men. lie recalled that the retiring Presi- dent In his address declared that notary created the deslro to "do some- thing tor somebody else." Ho further tlie thing that will keep notary la living, vital force in the world tor all 'time, the very foundation of our organization, is friendship. -'Tho one great thing that llotarj can tie to wittf the full knowledge that wo are ou safe and sure ground- Hoy's boy wo will have with us always, so lhat in. under etundtng work with the boy we lire not running after a'fad, but under taking something that will carry year after year. believes that a man should think his country is the best on earth, iind his "home town" the best In the country, and that It Ib his fault it they are not, and lhat he should give freely of his money and of himself, to the upbuilding ot his country. "liememher, that Rotary cannot solve all the problems, nor carry all the load, and the (ewer things we en- dorse, the gveater Influence our en- dorsement when given. Lei's stake uur reputation ou doing a few things v, i.-'ll, rather than many things poorly. Is symbolized by a circle, niu'l the radius of Ihat circle! arn included all the hopes, nn the inspirations, all the achievements of (he community life, for while member- ship is exclusive, that circle includes every good civic activity, and a Hot itrian stands ready al al.l times to do his full part." Does Things On Tuesday afternoon Judge L-. Huggins, presiding judge of Ihc court of industrial relations of Topeka, Kansas, addressed the convention- on "Justice .and Industrial Relations." They seem lo (Io Ihings down In Kan- ras. remarked Mr. Bawden. Amongst uihcr Ihings the Judge' says, ''The legislature of my slata In this new industrial code has attempted to do two things only "First, it has impressed with a pub lie Interest the manufacture ot foot clothing, anil tho production ot civil cases In tie mutter of an early hearing. Throughout the controversy md litigation the Industry must ecu- .inus to operate. In other when a private quarrel between em- plovers and employees approaches be point at which open hostilities and ndustiial warfare are iminent, when :he homes ot tho larii are threatened, when-the health and comfort ot wo- men and children are Jeopardized, the slate in tho exercise ot the police steps forward and says; "Hold! Thou shalt not." "This Is all done free, the stale pro- vides legal advice, expert" accountants the folks are all starling away a spell; tbey. would like to eo north, but tho south does quite ft'-Jil, they go east, they so west for they must have a rest, so they baalra away from the spot where tbey dwell. "Yes, brother." Ihey tell you, "we must have a section will do, just as long as its strange. We may borrow the coin or, If need be, purloin; but we must gel away from our overy-day range." If they live in Yazoo, they will go to Poduuk; if they dwell In "Poilunl: tbey must pack up a trunk and Eel out for Yazoo. where the sceuery, is new. for to sit right at home would be hopelessly punk. So the house is all shuttered and shroud- ed In gloom, and It looks like It wait- ed the grim crack 'o doom, with cb laughter and play in its walls', day Board is Determined TJirit This City. Will Secure Building lid engineers If required.' An Incident Iri Conversation Following this Capt. Clarence Mac-i klnnon, cx-Chaplaln of Canadian Expeditionary Forces and Principal of the Halifax- Presbyterian College ot Halifax, addressed the convention oil "A Rotarian's Loyalty to His Gov- ernment." During' this address a couple o( United Slaters were over- heard to say, you said he was from Nova Scotia, see by the pro- gram that ho Is from Halifax." "That's right 1 made a tie other one said. Wednesday afternoon the report of the commitleo on Boy's work was pre- sented by John Dolph. There is some work being done by Rotary clubs In this line. Probably no single under- taking in behalf of boys by any club compares In the matter of widespread community interest, and far-reaching to the campaign initiated and carried out most successfully by the New York club. The Best Address Taylor Statten of Toronto, National by day, and nothing but Ellence to fill room. For Daddy and .Mother each grabbed a hat and Ibe kiddles have gone on a Iwo-mouths': ong bat at the mountains or shore where the -prild breakers roar, and here's no one at homo but the old Tabby cat. And the milkman no long- >r comes calling each day and Tabby las never a moment to play; life Is serious now as she rustles her chow "Second, it has declared labor as voil as capital Invested and engaged in ihcss csscntitU industries lo be im with a public interest, ant lo owe a nubile duly. The Kansas industrial code pro viik'j'for a Courl of Industrial Itela iJcniii consisting of three judges lo hi appointed'by tbe Governor for definil It provided said court with a of expert engineers, accountant It gfvoa the cour jurisdiction over all the essential In ii.-.yirios In tho slate. It provide in caso ot controversy betweei and workers, or between (i.iFls or groups of workers, engage' n: of said industries, if the con t shall reach tho'point thai t cufcnpers ths continuity of service liiii supply ot Ihe nccossarlea of life tliE public peace, endanger th? public health, or affects the gen crj! welfare of tho people, that Ih upon Its own initiative, or upo opiillcallon ol either parly lo th i: .Kjiiitc. dr upon the polllion of .th general, or upon tho com of len citizen taxpayers of th 1: chnll take jurisdiction, sho i.v. csiignle, determine and adjudtcct Miiiii premises.' Byaucli order th court may fi.v rules nnd regulator crnlng hours of labor nnd wofi i conditions, and establish a mill ivngo or standard of wages, a -.vliich roust be observed by bot unless, changed by agreement ,parlies and approval of tho !t provided that It either parly controversy is dissatisfied tlio may be taken directly to Ibe .Miprcmc Courl of Ihc Slate for re- nnd shall be by Uio Supremo (.curl given preference over nil other Letbbrldge Is going to get a Carnegis Library, the library board Is determined. A meeting M the board was held In Mayor Hardle's office this morning In connection with this matter. At It Is necessary to submit plans J to those controlling the Carnegli Library Fund Lethbrldge officials are busy preparing them. It was In connection with these plans that the meeting was held thlB morning. Mayor Hardie stat- ed that It will be some time yet before' Lethbrldge be able to boatt a Carnegie Library. Some RutHless Wretch Pulled Flowers in Gait Gardens, Left Them to Die la conceded lhat to Gall Gardens Lethbrldge has the beauty j spot ot the west fur a plot ot Its size. I sorae citizens of Lethhridge evidently do uot take enough pride in it lo leave the plants alone. The city has done a Jot ot work to get the beds Into the splendid shape they cow arc. Last night some person. It 13 believ- ed art adult, pulled up some of the slocks In the entire garden! and It'tt them to die on the walks. It is be- lieved this Is not the work ot child- ren as a child would take the flowers home to Its mother. ind wonders what's keeping her 'amily away. Yes, this is the time when (oiks lock up thn flat and hto far away from their old habitat; 'tis a season of joy but it has Its alloy, for things look pretty glum to the old Tabby cat. oy's V.'ork Secretary; eT the onal Council ot the Y.M.C.A.'s of anada gave the best talk ot.the con- entlon, his subject being "The Chal- enge of the Boys." Mr. Station "made reciuent graphic blackboard HluBtra- ons. He showed that the proper me to influence the life of a boy between tho ages of 9 and 15, He said "Perhaps the greatest, influ- nce nnon boys comes (in when they re about nine, years old and soars ery high. For want' of a' better enn, it has been called the "gang" In- necessarily a. "bad gang.'' t Is the awakening ot that gregarious nomination that prompts a boy to vant to be with others who are Inter- ested in the things that concern him most. Forbuscb says, "God pity the toy- has not the opportunity ol being in' a gang. There is no other vay imiler. heaven given among men whereby a boy may be saved from selfishness, from self-conceit and nar rowness of mind than by oeing a'mem her a gang. It Is only through tbia ;ang contact that he cdmes-lo realize :hat "lie profits -most..who- serves >cst." Wr. Bawdea closed with a refer- enco to the many entertainments pro- vided tor the delegates and a record of tho election ot officers. Hearty applause showed that tho Kotarians greatly enjoyed the delegate's report. Bother Business of Meeting Fred Spooncr reported that the bat jiiice ot tho material for the play- grounds had been shipped and should M Tbo proposed carnival was again 10FEEDIIIOISSI1II1ISYEAR- Ray Knight Predicts That Hay out being Will Drop to 58.00 or S10.00 Ton There win be oceans of feed this fall, and bay which last fall sold at ?32 to per ton will sell at to HO. This was the prediction mado to the Herald Monday afternoon by Ray Knight, leading rancher of tbe south- country. Mr. Knight has not been Informed lhat caltle from what was tefhbriilge Northern Men Arc Mostly Concerned This Crop With Ladies'CoDege Edmciiton, Alberta A High Class Residential and Day College for Gfrls and YOUHQ Women. Aeademtc Course'Covers Public and Kfgh School Grades to Grade Eleven Inclusive. Music, Business College Count, Art, Physical Culture and Ex- pression, Household Science. Students prepared for tho partmenUI Examinitloni. Back- ward students given special and Individual help. Careful super- vlalcn, Strong Staff of Resident and Non-resident Teachers, Fall Term Mon- day, Sept. 13th Send for Calendar. Early Reser- vation Advisable, MISS ADA A. WILKIE, Lady Principal REV, N, D. KEITH, 8.D., rM.A, President discussed and It Is hoped that the Coaldale fair and the air stampede will provide an afternoon's entertain ment with the Rotary "cut up" for the evening. A final decision is like ly to Boon he reached. Tbe local club hopes to send two tielegaCes to Edinburgh next year II it is finally arranged to hold tho 1021 International convention in the Scotch city. John Bass estimated that the Rotary wheat crop at Henderson Park would yield 500 bushels. Tho local club wjll have a "Boy's work" day on October wheii C. J. Atkinson aud Taylor 'Slatten, pro minent workers amongst boys- will be here. Farmers of the Letbbridge Northern district are getting busy on Ibe rye seed relief business ot tho provincial governmcnt.'JJp' tojdale about, fifteen orders have been. Issued through the irnverninnnt office In Lethbrldge and practically every Due 1ms been in fav- or of farmers in the Lethbridse North- ern country- Mo rush has been experienced for the seed rye relief. This morning was tlio busiest time yet on this matter. During this morning about half a dozen fanners were tn the offices in the SherloclLjQlb'ck. Mr. Jack Weir is also disposing of some of tbe hay the government has stored at the exhibi- tion grounds. Aug. 18 is Date Set Apart and Experimental Farm Is the Place an3 orphans, veterans' wives sweethearts, who live in i Lethbridge, will be given their annual picnic under the auspices of the Great Wnr Veterans'' Association at the Ex- perimental Farm on August 18. This date has baen declared a civic holiday by Iho city council and tlie G.W.V.A., officials are planning to give their guests a big time. Arrangements arc being made to lake (hem from the G.W.V.A. chili rooms early in the afternoon by motor car to the Experimental -Farm. The picnic will contiuuo all afternoon and evening.'A program of races is being arranged. All those entitled to altend the pic- nic should send their names to Sec- roliiry TnrcnUB, of Ihn at an earlydute. Abraham Shaw, of Kingston, finan- cial inspector of Canadian customs ports, who is retiring from service, has been forty-six years with tho cus- toms and has served under every Premier of Canada since Confedera- tion. Our New .Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard'on your clothing. When done properly, pressing and in.lko your garment! wear longer, Why nol have your pressing done by tbe newest pro- cess. Our prices are reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned Sponged and Pressed ...91.25 Suit, Pressed ................75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE mo High-class Pastries The puritT ana excellence of the materials used In our bake- shop, together with tho expert workmanship employed, duccs pastry unequalled [rom Winnipeg to the Coast. GIVE THE FAMILY A TREAT A DOZEN HOME JONIQHT. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South The, use of adds taste to the tastiest dishes. Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to eat. The Yale THE rtF.W CAFE 618 FIFTH STREET SOUTH as the mange area can be shipped to the Chicago market with- OROER ENFORCEMENT BILL PASSES LON'DON, Aug. As- sociated house of com- mons at second reading, passed the maintenance of order enforcement bill In conformity with the resolution of tbe Imperial conference ot 1911. The bill has already passed the house of lords. MARQUIS OF QUEENSBIJRY DIED FROM MENINGITIS NOTICE-WENDING CREAM SHIPPERS We are able to supply 60 intending cream shippers with five gallon shipping cans. All back orders will be filled immediately. Ship your cream to us for real satisfaction. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 PEACE TREATY THURSDAY PARIS, Aug. slgnfne'ot the Turkish peace treaty }.as been defin- itely fixed'to lake place next Thurs- day al 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Guaranteed A wriUen guarantee with "all batlory repair work. A com- plete battery and electric ser- vice given. Prices arc less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Aug. caused the death of Percy Sliplto Douglas, ninth mar- quis ot Queensbuiy, which occurred here Sunday morning. First announce- his and ments were to the effect that death was due to pneumonia. later thero were rumors that charges against some persons with whom he had been associated had been made. An autopsy was made later-and de- veloped tbe fact that he died from meningitis. However he pscts that official' word will be seit out shortly. It was stated at 11 f time of dipping that within a rnont after the last dipping, which was July 8th, there would be a relaxation of the mange area restrictions. But Mr. Knight does not expect heavy shipments of cattle this fall. There ure not over 25 per cent, ot the cattla in Southern Alberta thai :hero were a year he said, and i cited some figures to bear out his con- tention. On the Blood Reserva Ihera are not over head at present as, against a year ago. Tho tyres have only head on their big ranch as against over head year Ego. Knight and Watson have most of their cattle In Texas, Dakota and other points closer to mar-.V, kct. And it is tbe same of tho big ranchers. -It will Southern Alberta years to get fcacVi-- lo where she was .as a cattle ing country. "The market for cattle is'going be poor this said Mr. who says that many ranchers in Stales arc refusing lo ship present market, which is away down, SJ Alberta ranchers will carry over much as possible of what -would b< '3 their beet stuff. There are two ons, one tbe oceans of feed and other tho low market. Feed on range was never, belter. Tho range not overstocked, and Ihe growing up, maturing, and This will mako good feed this winteigt; without winter feeding, and it be a fine thing for tbe th grass has not seeded to any exten since 1016. Mr. Knight-is running hejj of sheep at the present lime. He lie expects wool ,will average 50 cents a pound as soon as lhe_mari ket steadies down. THE CANADIAN BANK of COMMERCE have now exceptionally good facilities for tlis transfer of money to all points in Italy and csin make transfer to the smallest village without delay. The Lethbridge Branch have specialized in' this particular business, and are in a position to quote very low rates. The Manager will be pleased to discuss the matter at any time; K. W. REIKIB MANAGER i LYOUR GUESTS WILL' ALWAYS ASK FOR Velvet ice Cream I and Water Ice The two delicious hot weather Offered for the first time this year by the new creamery. In all flavors and made from rich, pure, materials, "_. Delivered to Any Part of the City. Again Ready to Supply a Few. More Out-of-town Parlors, Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd ;