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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, THfi kBYHBftlDGE DAILY ..HERALD PAGE LONDON HONORS MURDERED OFnCERS sapper lo. distract their minds from i element but very little success li be- household worries. Many. Sad Pictures Mr. Barrowm'aa took up the motion picture and'gave a number ot without ment'--'-" names. o[ boys being Influenced J" M. Wgh Handle C. A., Churchas, Rotary and Other Need For the Work. Bojs are to'tie bid'In North no organization with good influences ist reacnlog them, claimed several sneakers al aMneel- ing in Iho V i{ A, last night ed for the "purpose of disctosSing formation ot a IBoy Life Council !u promoting .athletics George Mc- to Messre bwr> nna members ol the locial workjs confined largely tp the pupils of thtj Echool; 'each jrae'baiDg' invited 10 ev- ery function f Students have YbMf'n co-operating with Mr E L. PeUev In Y M C A work aid the st.ud.eals, with this in 1-a movement for Mr." Pelley, secretary oUhe V M C A 'Thefe are from twonty to "twenty five soung fellorri hanglngNaround the Chinese Joints on the north side 6v erj night I believe to loot these fellows because, they are going hell as ,fart as they can these joints In Informal discussions after the several sfrnnilneht citizens agreed that Softh Lejhbridge Is good j ground for woYk among tlie boys class, ed in Y MCA cinjlos as the under privileged bof Last night's meetlnp vras called through the efforts the Rotary club and representatives "were Invit- ed from organization having to do Mill hoys in the citv The meeting was held ID. the .triangle room and "was well attended; vTpm fcidpath chairman of the bpys' work a bsttCir-ichooi sjlrit. Tha officials arV-wililng to do more, in the way ot Influence on the 'bor life Mr Hode j son. pointed out, has beoa given to Hardteville citizens '.to "have -a com' munlty centre In the 'school there ?n North Jjcthbrldgu 'permission has beoh gjven different organizations, no mat- ter of wuit religion, to use -the sun natium on Thirteenth, street Mr. M, Goodman" ejplainen that the Hebrew children vll! not hare much time to enter into any scheme. At present they .the public schools ot four o'clock in the afternoon and then attend the Hebrew school until eight o'clock They hare their ova Scout organizations, Mr Ed Bebl spoke on behalf ot the Children's Shelter. That organization has no pollcv in mind as to further dealing with the ho> problem and is tg i _ TV Church told about Boy S.cont activities In "the city. Eight committee ot the notary club, was Troops are now and they chairman and a. general outline of the are struggling to get out of debt. In reasons for calling the meeting -aae another months they wai ba given by SO Porter, in good shape, financially and in their the Itotary club. He iold' tha policy "of Iho Rotary club In regard to- boys. to fina out the needs of-tbe bov life of the community anil wish to'Confer "with existing see work. _ The Work In Y. M. C. A. hoys' wort of the Y MCA lag met with. Many boys, after they leave school drill to the bad. be said, aud these, cause the underworld that surely -exists, embracing mentioning crima and which is causing the degra- onced detri-idatlon of civilization. "There seems mentally by motion pictures. also! to bo in we told how'tha stampede in the not reaching at all. We hate to things uotideyute ourselves to' some practical proper. Howard Douglas, he said, is 1scheme." lie concluded, responsible for the siaWaieut thai) Mr. Keel said the Hebrews of the eighty per of the motion pic-1 city ure prepared to help lathe worlc lures !p Alberta depict crime. I di the council and in this he was back- Mr. Sehl for inaugurating now work and in co-ordinating the acthltles of ory eanlzations already in existence Foliowjng oht this pollcv, this meet- ing was called Activities of Schools i Superintendent Hodgson, of the Schools told' ot the activities ot tho school officials orfritiUatlons among the pupils for their deveiop- 'outside of 'the actuar have been endeavoring to make the schools not only the centre for but'of'athletics centre A literary organization is progressing Heves; a'committee ssieh as. Mr. liar-; problem. He. attended the meeting City Auditor Scott. This sum In; rowman luggestcd shUuld be organ-i-as a delegate club, eludes. owing by the Toronto ized to visit the'homos. j A formal raolion was passed.'movediStreet Railway company In percent- Mr. Hodgson believes there is a Mr. E. Ainsworth and seconded bypges; which will be paid ded need tor tho'councll. Ho refer- Mr. Ed -Sebl, that the 'council ed to efforts being made In Slardloj' formed and the next meeting will be on the Welland Canal ll to to 'reach eonie of the foreign held In four weeks' lime. Then .each ba continued. Photo shows the funeral in London, ot officers killed in Dublin "Red He referred to.the connections with I, The Knights of Columbus have no the churches and said the'member-jboys'.progranv at present, Ed. Kennedy Pelley is developing the bojs with all round program He gives problems facing them at the present time is to reach the boys outside of the church and school Another big problem is the flnancing of this'section'ot the Y. ef- tlbn. a Boy Scout board of doctors BO far as nnancinc'sulD of tne la being pointed out, bnt they eipect before noaru 01 directors, so tar as unajicing rmra. hifr! tn hoio o Romii is concerned, ho characterized as a good thing hut KnJ the time is not ripe for it from the churches and one ot the big! long; to tho, effort of in boys" work. B far, telling of purchasing of equip men? for. the playgrounds and .th r" t ui .LI1I2- UL luu I a ui- uicuk kwi luw- duu .1.11 them the physical side well and every) forls The monthly budget will rue1 bringing to the city of two interna ors e moy uge w r boy, DO matter what his religion co or m lhe neighborhood 5f three hundred or creed may an opportunity aad tlle flTe centg a co, ot getting on he noor of the gym lected from each bov wiu not pay the and partaWdg In well organized ph> ml, Th f t es sical training f Social and religions work for Pro- testant boys la also being done The best boy magazines and pacers aro being kept In the hoys' club room Industry of the SoiL "TTJE relonreu B.ok mm n 1 eaientiil element in the Dominion'! the exploitation of For K bare teen proDjolinj ibc mtereiU of atricullurist. Today, osu co-opeiation ia being ntil- from com in cndcav- to increaiD the output of the field. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches alao at Cardston and Barons- an'Idea of a sense of responsibility. Helpful Influence the council .could not be.'expected-to support a straight Protestant organisation, but it -could stimulate interest in the work through- out the city and the boys' section would reap a benefit. It was explain- ed later by Mr. Petley that the rell tlonaliy famed speaienj on boy work Last summer. the club supported baeehall team [and this winter the clu ia supporfins'a hockey team Needi .Women's Club He Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases The Store That Has the Best in Town the Children's Shelter, to tell abbu tho'-.Big- Brother rnoyement, -hut M Barrowman diit not Eaj much direc ly on subject. He told Of th growing problem of delinquents in the city- -and advocated, tfie establishing of a lYomejfs.ojganizitlou to visit the gious work Mr. Virtue referred to homes of" the .delinquents, in an effort was done tinder the Religious tlonal Couricil. Mr. retley went into considerable detail as-to the plans and iworkings ot this body He told of ttte O S B to Improve those homes Such an good work in Winnipeg, he said. Church Ih in'keeping his i told of his policy under.oSse'rVatioii after six o clock in the evening He re ferred to the playing of pool in the T., and'all it stands for. Ninety boys are working In the Trail Hangers, the aims of which are! y Ji f} A nna said has Instructed i to bring closer together the nov to remain a-vay from tfie church and the school Six groups bniUhrig after o clock In the even ot older Ijojs are formed and one of ing he was not throwing vnunger. .Before-the year is out-lie expects to have ten groups composed of older boys, lie spoke of the parliament'to ho murl.'br hitting at anyone: The speaker deplored the continued night meetings for.-. boys 'aud -hoped :.thern In formation farliament Irailnlngs and deliberate on to tho C S B trograrn BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 18c 12k 20c 25c 30c 20c CHOICE ROAST Per CHOICE PORK CHOIGB PLATE Per-round CHOICE 1'er pound P.OUND Per pound LEQ3 Per 4pound............ PUHB PORK AND BEEF Per pound.......................... For round SWIFT'S S pound palls MtLD CURED By :lho piece 53c Don t forget to order your Christmas Poultry at the Butcheteria We buy for cash, therefore get the pick of trie market, Come and pick yttur bird and We vylll and clean it ready for the even. QUALITY AND SERVICE IS F; Ben-iman, Prop; J. Ball, Manager held in hdmonton on December 2S Uoiitd Dot uke away from 30 At this eightj flie boys from allitbcir nome3 Met BUppei. He Baia parts of the province will gather in1 uojs ot ali ages be seen drifting "ound lhe of the city after dark, lough m their manner and their I Mr Tlldpalh explained to Mr s. j Church the object .of the council was 0 prevent overlapping1 oC organlza ipja-in-boys'-work and to act as a- clearfng house for problems Many Bad Homes Peter Lund'sald hundreds of homes iH._L'ethbriage and other.'cltles.are no places' :for They lack tiumo_discipline and comions Ami tne boy sees nothing that fends lo make 1 'man out of hlcyi.; Tho "community needs.something this class ot hoy can go and bo in touch with good influences far as I hivo been able to oh serve Lcthhrldge Y, M tf A, has great deal said the speaker .The churches 'sje'ertl'an-.lnllnence .on a certain class of boys, he pointed out, do not reach the masses Mr. "of over organ- izalionxahd said.ho thought organizations are In ihe field 'Referring lo the work of Mr .Pelley Mrj Lund said 'T believe lhe work Mr Petley is doing In the Y. M C Is the-flnest antl -hoi Is, with his own mind and thai of the trying to train mentally and is Iho kind of tiling that means real health. not delving into the an unknown qnantlty buf 18 producing healtli Any boy who takes the privilege of coming into the gynl. If. gelling the right dope." In speaking ahoiit 'Mr. Church's statements about boys hanging nrouml afier. supper Mr. Virtue'.explained that no boy.'under the eleventh grade Is allowed to remain in'lhe Y. 'M.' C. A. after seven o'clock In tho ex- iceiit'on Kriilayo and Saturdays. North Side Nejlecfed. Mr. Pelley expressed hlmselt na .believing the norlh side boys are sad- ly; neglected. A class_of boys live- in that section.o( the can be called the under privileged class, he club room and a swimming bath Is noedeil Ihefo. Following Ihia Mr. Fetlcy made tho statement quoted in the first of this report. Mr. Louis Keel paid tribute to iho Hotary club-in promoting thla mcet- Ing. -The club chosb true and 'proper j spirit, he said. The cliib has done much-good work and has shown It- self .willing lo iilcnlify Itself with ev- ery movement-thai Is likely (o help j lhe coramiinfly. Ho believed in taking hisi. children to tho movies after supper and 2'lmlt- ted "that somo pictures ,nre' inhirlons {but on the whole, he believes the plc- i tures arc a benefit, He asked the mon about the mothers nod said he jl'aTes Uiey need some time out alter Why? Because the leather business is our business, and we have been buy- ing those goods for over twenty-five years. Good taste finds expression in our Trunks, Bags and Leather goods. Our stock is large and our prices are the best. Call and inspect our goods. ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 764 BIG CASH RAISING SALE ONLY A FEW PAYS TILL pISTMAS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THENBIGGEST JEWELLERY SALE EVER CONDUCTED IN THE CITY. Watches, Diamond; Jewellery of all descriptionjK-Bracelet.Watches, Lavailiers, Lock-' ets, Tiepins, Cuff Links; Flat Silver Tea Services, Casser- olesy Buttei1 and Jajn Dishes, Flower Vases, Carvers and every'tabie appointment for the home. J IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN FULL SETS IN SATIN- LINED Display Cabinets SINGLE JPIECES Hair Brushes, Clothes Brushes, Hat Brushes, Hand Mirrors in'oval. or bonttet styles, long ;or short handles; ev-- ery item for Manfcure B u ff e r s, Piles, etc.; Shoe lifts, Photo Frames. HPHE senson pfji'oli- day gifts is drawrig near. Let- iis suggest French Ivory in one of cur beautiful, gift sell.; See these sets on display in store. Beautiful, serviceable, yet moderately..'priced. An ideal preseijt. EacK article slamptd-French -Ivory." The Gift That Lasts j Before Have merchants of- fered sale prices to their clients JUST BEFORE CHRISTMAS This" should induce generous purchasing on the part of givers. I Ouv goods are abso- lutely new, up-to-the- .minute f ashio n a b 1 e requirements. Evary courtesy to whether purchasing pr.not Come early nnd your will be satisfied. Fi.'th Street Dallas Hotel Block Lethbridge ;