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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' " JIVorkiBir Man, He Says in >/MSpeech A'UL?lNTIC CITYi N. 1. ttPec. fi.- f^j^iffldnstrlal creed for. "the four par-' 'ties \tff indugtry"-rcapitali nmnage-,';ittenl, labor and We fcommtmity-wap outlined by John D. Rockefeller, Jun., 1b an address, today' before thfe war emergency an'd reconstruction con-terence in session here.; ' ABsertlng that cjipltal and  labor are partners with common interests, suid' not enemies, Mr. Rockefeller stated ten tenets of, his indxistrinl , creed. These included advancement >ij*ty industries of social as well as vrell-being of employees. Opportunity by employees to earn a living un-i der conditions of fair wages, reason- l^blo hours and proper industrial on-vlronraent; reward for inlUatlve and efficiency; machinery for uncovedng I and promptly adjusting grievances; 'adequate representation of all the i Industrial parties with annual joint 1 conlereacos, to assure industrial harmony And prosperity in each plant, with this system extended "to Include iall plants in.Uie same industry, all industries in a community, in, a nation, and In the various nationg." INCREASE WAR PENStONS LONDON, Thursday, Dec. 5.-^ The British government, It Is announced officially, haa decided to increases war pensions owing to the high cost of livina. The in-rrease will be 20 per cent, tt wiU begin as from Nov-Tand will ex-fpnd to the end of next June. *FLU DEATHS IN SAMOA LONDON, Dec. 6-Six thousand deaths from Spanish, influenza have occurred In Samoa, according to a Melbourne dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company. The Australian government has dispatched'^ medical staff to Samoa. THE LETHBRipGE .DAILY HERAL� BRAID'S BEST COFFEE ivith its exquisite flavour and aroma, is. a drink of delight- **Morning, Noon and Night" In Sealed Tins. Ask your grocer. BRAID'S BEST TEA is the best tea Orders for Christmas Cakes Should Be Sent in Now We should have the balance of orders tor Christmas Cakes In fight away. The Food Board's permit to use sugar for fiUing and fclng; ensures'viiur getting a good cakel We can also make SCOTCH SHORT BREAD HOME MADE BREAD, PASTRIES, PIES, CAKES. Lunches; Afternoon Teas, Well Prepared and Nicely  Served Meals. Canada Food Bioard License Numbers 5-2386; 10-15908. . k 606 THIRD AVE, SOOTH PHONE 1627 LiONDOK, Dec. 6.-Extraordinary stories of tlie salvage of the British-submarine wJiich want down in Gaer-loch lock near the Clyde have now been published., The submarine had 93 persons on board, including naval contractors and men from tht> yard where she had been built. The order where she had been built. The order ^^^^ conference will begin, with yio was given to submerge and she, had- artmittance of the German envoys. descended just beneath tlie surface when water began to pour into her att and she descended stern down to a f mental, iworkers,1, iin-deir the presfdencyof Professor Bren-tano. was dissolved by the police, assisted by armed soldiers. The;secretary ot the council was arrested on-a charge of working against the people's government. -Other members were not molested, but their papers wer�_conflscivte2, EF He Declares White Slavery is Usually Voluntaiy; Urges Parents to Protect Jlicir Children Our AT Offers Wpmen iihd Bb^^^ One More Chance* Also our entire range of wen known "Qiieen Quali^* Presses. \ At Cost Tomorrows Absolutely^ the Last Day TWO STORES � 315 5TH STREET S.,^HONE 1817^ 60* THIRD AVE 8., PHONE 1160 4 hers, there to continue their vocation. There is no reform, however, except that reform which is brought, about by religion in the lieart.'_ij Chief Gir'vin strongly -urged fathers to' keep their sons, and - mothers to keep their daughters from evil by close agsociatipi^. In tha,t . said the boys would grow up to be clean, straightforward young men, He also urged that, they be encouraged to join the Y.aJ.C.A. and the Boy Scouts. "In my mail of about 200 letters a day, I get about 50 from people complaining about the morals o� their neighbors. It Is an easy thing lor a woman who has had a quarrel to make charges of immbi-allty against her neighbor. These cliarges are Usually, baseless. ' . ' , * , -, "It is almost impossible to convict a saloonkeeper for selling liquor out of hours,- That; is because the average jury is made up of people in rtioderate circumstances �vvlio 'cannot see why aristocratic clubs sh"ould be permitted to serve liquor at all times, and the^ saloon which they regard as the workingman's club forbidden to -serve it." "On t|i^ first of last January," -con- tinued {he chief, "there were In town many cabarets where half dtessed women were permitted to circulate among the cUstomerfe, seated tables. Thisthas all^been stopped., ;i "There "are hundreds of gamWIng games going on tonlgh.t in :6utfalo that the police are powerless tOfStop. Illegal gambling exists only when there is a rake-off-that Is where all do not have an equal chance to,'win. The gaming instinct exists in almost evei-ybody, and I presume there, are hundreds of poker games and gambling games where club women compete." (I BUFFALO.-Chief of Police Girvin preached at the Church of the Covenant Sunday night. He said among other things, this tru6 thing, which most speakers and -iirriters, oil the social evil appear never to,have learned: "Mf 30 years of ezperleiice in the police department has ,taught' me that in the so-called white slave evil this slavery is entirely voluntarj'.' The average white slave wotild not exchange places with the average respectable woman." He added" significantly. "I' do not know where the unfortunates go "Who are driven."xitft of town. Possibly they go to inland cities where 0,�iigB are quartered in large nura- With a bigger assortment of presents than ever. He is making our store bis headquarters this year. In.bis assortment of goods you will find Toys, Games, Engines, Wagons, Mechanical Toys, Picture Books, in endless variety. Edisoifand Columbia PhonogHphs, Kodaks, Perfumes, Manicure Sets, Waterman's Fountain Pens, Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates. ALLTHE AT STANDARD PRICES Popular Reprints at 85c. Our bookshelves are well stocked with books, for every popular deinand. THE KENNY &ALLIN^^^C^^^ c Next Dallas Hotel PENSLAR STORE PHONE1487 ;