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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE IJ5THPRTTWP HERALD Mrs. lama Peach 3 HOCKEY "MAD" By J. S. K. Dear Wed. eve., at 10.30 P.X., I rushed to the phono but the lino was busy. I couldn't get eithor florist. I liad a mud surge to do some- thing to show my appreciation for the best evo's entertainment provided me for many full moons. I Tvas keen to order eight palms and one red rorc. I was goiu to send tan palms to Bill Henderson, Gor- don Rebor und Co., and the rose, are told It pays. It aroused interest no doubt, but, oh boy. it took a real thriller of a same to dear the system. It to ir.y mind was tho of castor oil rvriuired to clean out the clogged intestines of the hockey faun, who were dropping off ono by one into a caused by wordy tangles and lack 01 pop. lust Wed. eve. did the iricfc. Tho prescription of real hockey filled tho bill. They fails. Ho Is only a youutrator, and dellvorod THo enMto Hhy- I 1.4.4 nearly us tfood UH Pot.Kur, and you know whut thtnk of thut guy, Wo oven ivrito iwetry about him. Hill HtMuU'i'smi wus tho pivot pin 'for LtMl.l.rldKO. Kehor wiia noxt. These two bull dogs took flu awful lot of jtcp out of Ihw bluirmoro tuna, in the Hist iwriod. Their .buck chocking rnlcntlcss ftiitl put niidrmore's combiiNilion in tho repairs. grow bettor every period. lilH cool wken.hu got the rrftck ovtT tho .union 'doservoa tiuu: Iu1 straight for.tho referee unit had tho Kiinio called. tirst, hinisi'H' afterwards. Lots of guys would havo been looking for some place to Ho down'and bo mended. Sonic ff.ufi McPhoe. Boucher has his rep, but Hiirbour had an ace in tho holo. Givo ttoueher a running matu so his speed is not Fred Henderson If he did nothin else but that Hash up centre ice, pro- vided bis uhi.ru of tho entertainment, but ho kicked through abovo pur as well. Podger, save us a page next week j for this Kiiy; we arc cramped Jlorl room this week. J Ileber, oh you kid; the girls who; had their feet iu ray pockets nearly! ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBERTA LA WS (IV LILUI YOUNt MeKINNIV) MRS. MeKINNEV WILL WtLCOMK ANV QUESTIONS OR DIS- CUSSION ALONG THESE LINES. AOOMES3 HER IN CARE OP THE HERALD. THE FACTORIES' ACT ts the Insecurity of their aHuatlon. It It may Inopportune to hoMi little promise for the future. Yet of tile Factories Act when it la sup- tirl! and women, often have posed that It will be superseded at otlwra dependent upon them, and be the next session of the legislature by i sides they are the prospective mothers another that may mark the of our people. review particularly timely. After all our legislators sup- posed to mouth-piece of the people. 1C that bo true then it is of the utmost importance that tho public should be Informed as to proposed legislation, and their desires embodied therein, rather than that the people! to fit of our people. Factories Act for Women Our provincial legislature, recog nizinc this situation, passed the Fac- tories Act, la the attempt to do for these girls what they did uot eeoai to be able to do for themselve Knowing also that girls and women, so insecure in their positions would up under their chins and the old I was goiu to pin it on Mister George Rex Dixon. Heavy on the Mister. For weeks pass I had bean reeding about tho hockey war and people goin Hockey Mad. in the kolmns of your great famileo journal. As near as I COCK, figger out, the war was the battles waged by your cor- respondents at Taber, Coleman and Blairmore. A battle of words, letters, notes and resolutions embodying threats, boasts and predictions that as much waste effort in settling the issue as the famous crossing of letters that took place between Ger-. many and Mr. Wilson In thosn bye j years, before the IT. S. A. won tho v.-ar. Actions speak louder than In any kind of a war, hockey included. Tho fusillades of protests, threat- ened protests- and withdrawals, made it seem, that the one with the best self-fill ing fountain pen would win by sheer weight correspondence. Hockey games were apparently to be von and lost at life and death strug-J l didn't it _at gles around the pine top of some hotel' kitchen table, where over the league officials happened tu meet. The idea of the pen holder being itfis and I kicked my slats in during: tho urcite to tho table, with their ment you provided. Your a member placed upon the statute books. After the Aet has become the law, there IB for tho present at least, uo redress. Provisions of the Act are napkins belt loose, looking lor more of the same dUli. It was on appetizer, a tonic, and a real banquet, I should tell a man. It was some 50c meal. Even we nearly atl did have to stand up and take it in. liko wo was eating at a lunch counter. do we care, the eats were good: that's the grand idea, getting all aud more than you pay for, and eating it with a relish and looking for raorr. The Plot Thickens T poured a grain of salt on the tail of my family Peach. Billy Henderson, Lethbridge born, you have put hockey on tho map in this city. Modest, clean, cool, cheer- ful, wonder worker, a stonewall and a steam hammer. All rise and join In the chorus. Billy Boy, your there. He knows where flies go in the win- ter time. Come forward William, Mrs. Peach wants to implant a kiss on each, cheek. H Day shifts shall begin not earlier ladies and gentlemen, time and space presses; I wish you all to uncover your beans, stand in une, ccive not less than per shift ex- cept apprentices who shall receive not less than per shift Night shifts shall not be more than eight hours. No person shall be employed for of this Act were not carried out, Fac- tory Inspectors wero appointed, who have access at will to any part of any factory In the province. This provision has been productive :hoia- if have suggested other comforts for the em- ployees, which the have found frequently adopted !nd found they paid not only ik greater comfort but in dollars and But at the last session of our legis- lature, this inspection was turned over almost entirely to the Work- men's Compensation Board. Under ar- rangement entered Into between mem- pensation Board, the Board upon re- of the predictions of a 2000 crowd. mean time ana energv you under the Factories Act to deal with mi .L The regular sanitary recrement. never hail to nurse no spoilt darlings. hours Iabor_ chlld labo shall be observed. A manager of a liockev pockets 01 my overcoat. panlM, iMrycn or Igtfilat-1 (wrack thcnta U for even the iptn of obwnratlon. think you the rlaii would not modatkm li wbtni nfim ban bMB flwn a Learinf before Attornr Genenl to lUte In what manner euch leKlilatlon would affect them? Hveu oue year la Juit u Im- portant In the of (Irli, women may late cut door i_ where they are employed In t heated atmosphere, inch tauadrlet, A (M- tory lupectar will special atten- tion to the general nontort and wel- and boyi who come under the Factor- (are of women raoh u pro- In Act, ns to lawyer! or any other' vlilon of dllluf roomi, where a cup clan. They are more helpleu and not jot hot coffee may he obtained at so apt to cause' "trouble." noon hour when It IE act earr for the Just how does this affect them? I, workers to obtain cloae to their will show you. Tho Workmen's Com-1 place of employment. TkeM Batten peuution Board do uothius are uot now dealt with by the about child labor, and tho Inspector at ell, and thin Inspevton are forbidden to do which the Act intended, to not cept "upon complaint." From the Terjr nature of tho case In child labor will there any comptalit? Even K a child ii hurt, K to not tha year being given. Women, glrlt children an the loon thereby. It my house burar, I may to rebuild. If 1 low money 1 Bar hope to rt- duty of that Board to report that such coup, but It I lose a or pert of person hurt is not an adult. Such a my BotblBg can It to case has already happened. The Workmen's Compensation Board does nothing about hours or wages, me. It is gone, TM Aet _ Another year, It I the nothing about proper prrracy or prop- j plan to bring the Inspection back, and er closets for -women, or sanitation; 'with it tbe permanent minimum wage It does just what it .was brought Into board, recommended by the adrlaorr being to to reduce accidents which held Ita sittings laat to a minimum. _ summer. This adritoir committee ar- It was not brought into existence rived at a unanlmoua an to to do the things the Factory Inspect- its recommendation for a minimum ors were required to do under the wage, thinking their adrlu urouM he Factories Act, and it does not do them, a relief and be put into effect Immed- Retail stores, restaurants and office lately, pending the legUUtkm prom- buildings do not como under the Work- ised, a perssanoat siiniisszs men's Compensation Act, so they still wage board. Let us innitt that inspection reciuirod by the Act shall soon brovht back, and let enjoy tho inspection under the Factories Act. But laundries, fac- the time, but found a pair of not mates, therein when I come to. The only guy I did object to was the fish who sat above me on a rail and kind of team, has a Lloyd George ability when he can put it across. Has all you guvs saluted, alrite, halt, about face, stand at case; mum wage, and that under complaint mpan No woman shall clean mill Bearing I oniv This arrangement was entmrt in motion nor shall work eleven ?Z'for he PuS of iartifdSS eatin ine' inspectors permission In writing. outwardly, mightier than the hockey stick, and j usf d, my hat to polish his boots., tha skates being beaten into pen points, and the puck being carved into erasurery, was beginning tp give true lovers of clean sport a very fed up Reeling. Games were mere starting points for verbiage. Skill on ice was at nought. Tho filer affidavits was to reign supreme. The stereotype phrasing, "The peo- ple are growing hockey mad" -was true, but with a reverse English. They were getting mad, at the way the battles wero being waged on the desks-of the league officials, and tho flow of ink supplanting the flow of perspiration from the players. Of course it was advertising. We It Math- matt af i tttfit tctjH of fim ioa) bmls, mt Dr. Chaw'i IMnsf Liinr Pitt. nod. ie at flrtt indication of a icrti throct. It it :ta Hue, you juBt light tho littltt lam the And pUca it DMr the Bootliinff uritiuptia piAkac breathing the HHI tbe and cooBestion. and protccta in Recommended for for tba pue 40 yean. The benefit it tim.ble. Said for booklet Nervous Headache yields to BAUME BENGUE it uoehu and stops the pun, 1KWME OF JUISTITUTESi tl.H m lalrt. I THE UIMIHG uiui en, no. I MONVREAL Accati lor Dr. RELIEVES PAIN It's liardly worth mentioning, but no less than four used my right shoulder as a stepping stone to reach the top of the penalty box. But it was a big crowd, and ail keen to see. I everybody was there; some I saw, somo I did not see, but heard; for Instance Dave Elton. That voice, words fail me. For the first hour nothin happened to marr the pleasure of being crushed fruit. I felt very much like an evap- orated dried Peach; my ruffles were Ironed flat in the crush. They was holding a mock parliament on the ice. Tho debate must have been interest- ing because the players, officials and managers all seemed to he excited. The roomer was that Lethbridge had a star boarder, a certain Mr. Grant. Blairmore sed they was agin Ireland and that green sweater spoilt the I color scheme. Anyway it reminded i them of the uniform the Montreal Wanderers used to wear. They also claimed he dldn'b have to work for no I living, and his meals was likely pro- I vided free. Mister George Rex Dixon i sed-he would go down to Fat's and get Mr. Grant's meal ticket to show that hs 'had lived here for 6 months, no less, and was married, and a ametenr and had broke the only hockey stick he ever owned, and that somebody had to lend him a pair of and they could look at his teeth and see there was nothin false about him. But nlalrmore. war still .adaraent, and the hour latgs ao (feorgf ;Rex cranks up the toy Uziomobean ao'd'Eoes and gets' Mi-. "Grififtt's and Mr. Grant paid his admission to the out of his own pocket, so they would be no comeback or dispute over Blair- more's share the guarantee. I guess that's what the confab was about; I don't noe for shure. While Mister Dixon was away the Blairmore judge of play did some trick skating; he's awful handy with skates; he noes where to wear them and everything. Mr. Kelly was the master's voice in the prayer meeting held beforo the real service began. He skated at a dizzy speed from one manager then to the other, and vicha water, or whatever you say when you mean back and .forth. His trick ca- pers on skees kept the crowd in con- vulsions for the first hour, and amus- ed the rest of the nite. When the game actually cpmmenc- ed Mr. Kelly was the alleged Jude of play, like Kelly was (say It fast) like Kelly did judge the play. Like Kelly did. As a skater Mr. Kelly Is a scream; as judge of play Ue is hysteria. In ths first place he's got a new pr. for Xmas and he don't move for tear he'll take the edge of them. let the puck hit him ana gat sanwlched between players and went color blind. He couldn't see any thing in blue sweaters do a thing. They ought to provide a wheel choir for Mr. Kelly, he could get out the way then sometimes. Skates aint a bit of use to tha; guy. Poor chap, homebody loves him. wanted to raise a purse to nend tho old dear to Saint Duu'stau's. His head Is lite and' his feet is heavy; outside of that ho Is alrite. Honest, I don't dear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum FCZEMA Bent for Ecitma Ml Unu. IE at oncii and Ton are ciporinient- 1 n K w h n jou linn Dr. t'liase'a dnt- Irrlta- will now observe me, advancing' with Exit doors must a red red rose; I pin it on the lapel'anti thoso to flre escapes must not be of Mista George KOI. Shun, go on locked home, the shows over: thoso comin" Combustible material when not in in late kindly remain seated uaa be in separate build- No! We didn't forget Mr Grant lns or fire compartment. Any guy who wears that shado of Employees ere warned not to re- eating inspection. Now on tho face of It this sounds reasonable. One paper states that the Attorney General discussed tho sub- ject with certain labor people who seemed favorable to the plan. But it does seem that s6me one should have seen what this would mean to the tories, and those places that specially need the inspection, are not getting it this year. The Factories Inspectors now enter these industrial establish- ments on complaint, and then for child labor, hours and wages ou com- plaint only. Without Inspection This arrangement leaves tte women employed in these places without the protection of surprise vlsita paid at unexpected times by the Factories and Inspector. Safety and health under take the Compensation Board means more and j particularly aafety and health for men 'employees. Industrial inspection for women workers covers a somewhat different field. Separate sanitary accommodation for women employees is always Insist- ed upon.by a woman inspector, who also soes to it, that if ponsible the girls and women employees. The At- dition, and in no shape to do himself I a.lso to report any viola- justice. We are from Missouri, but that guy is going to be a joy to our growing family of hockey fails. HItc'fl him and Boucher to the old democrat and get up on the roof kid; its going to be a baby barrage. Hugh Boyd said that game was a boss race. Tho fans havo visions of a covered rink, games twice a week, comfort- able seats; hurrah Reber scores; hoopla Lothbridge wins. Wake up kid, roll over and go to sleep properly, your dreaming. The public is hockey mad alrlto-ona I am Nuts as well as Yours truly, MRS. IAMA PEACH. PEACHOGRAMS Lethbridge lacked combination but opened the safe. Barbour gave us a close shave That aint my pun. The fellow who pulled that should be slaughter and flung up to cool. What about a few "Master Voice records of those debates before th going to wear rolL If ita windy he wi Mr. Kelly skates next time......, gather some momentum. Speaking about the library, wher is tlie Board of Trade building? Ba ance In architecture is everything. There are some members of th Board of Trade still alive when tha colisseum was built. They diiln tear out their hair at that time. I got kinds of rice powder rubbe, on my overcoat, that's how close was packed. wish him no bad luck and I hope h had to stand all the ride home. Somebody called him u British for each gae. scored. _ I bet it was a longer trip home, tha ride down from Blairmore they was a tow meteors, A kind friend wiped my nose; my hands were pressed to my side, the crush was awful. RESIN HARVESTING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA VANCOUVER, Feb. bar vesting in the forest of British Colum bia rwill provide a large number of men with permanent employment, ac- cording to E. S. Oliver, a prominent research chemist. I-Ie believes that if that's slander, on tho owl; c owl can see at nlte. The game If you were not there, read the pa- pers and curse.your luck. I aint a .port'reporter.but tliey-iu a few things gleaned about tho Individual com- batants, ana 'don't care who'nose it. Doc. Barbour was tho bsat man on he ice; his hook check was perfec- iou; he stopped Boucher every time alans for immediate development ot the resin and turpentine industry are jr.-i, but carried out they will not merely help to meet temporary unemployment conditions, but will lay the foundation for a new industry which will rank with lumbering and mining. Presenting two bars of resin weigh- ing US pounds at the local laboratory here recently, a citizen, not knowing it was or marketable value, was sur- lirlsod to receive ?7.25 for It. Ho naicl ho obtained it from tivo sticks of a lio had fnllral, and ho at once hur- aUT b OliiUnent free If ynu mention e If anil send 2c. for boi IK. m his side of tho ice. Turner "should riod off to attend to tho rei not have been :iijio to got away with tree the stuff he pulled. He was crude, and persistent, and had Mr. Kolly .absolutely hypnotized. The kid, Valparaslo, Mexico, I guess his address is, for his age is a won- dor. Ho stood some Herco body checking and camu up smiling. Ho ist of the LITTLE BOV DROWNING VICTIM C.UtfLPH, Feb. four-year-old son of Prod Wrny was drowned bore yustnrday by breaking through the ice al an old quarry, where some hoy.s were skating, father recovered leeerved oomo recognition from the tho body, _ rLLovcn.ii tious of the Act to the Factory Inspect- or, and are assured that their names will be withheld unions permission is given to use them. I Employers must report any accident' sh- days of its occurrence, and if they do not the penalty to which .they aro liable is }30. A card bearing theso and other pro- visions plainly printed is to be placed in a conspicuous place in every fac- tory. Men Have Their Xow from the provisions cited above, it is evident that the Factories Act was -passed largely for the pro- tection of women and girls. Men also work in factories, but they have their unions, and if anything very serious is the matter, the union will usually find the means of protecting the in- dividual. But the girls and the women who work Iu factories, shops, restaurants, laundries, etc., ara the unorganized unskilled workers. A large percentage of them were forced by dire necessity to become wage earners before they had acquired any good and sufficient means or earning a livel hood. They fear to join a union, for the know that their employer could easll recruit his ranks from the stream o girls whom our present economic sys tern is constantly forcing to be bread winners. In a large percentage of the situations which come under this Ac experience counts for little, so their place could be easily filled. In additlo Every Winter She Suffered KtmJ efMn. JtydWa ganized, those who cannot themselves. Lost Protection For Year It may be argued that provision will be made to place the supervision just as fully another year as it has over been, but that Is aside the mark. If legislation had been proposed which vitally affected bankers, trust com- further initat that the weeJkeat and moit helpleo of oir people ahall be considered u muck IB plana either temporary or permanent, aa would bo people who are able to make their de- sires known. Had the public is gen- eral been Informed to the actual working out of the plan, it would sure- ly have voiced it! indignation. Per- haps it may even yet not be too late. READING, BANK ROBBERY Pa., Feb. robbed the Peoples' Trust company at Wyomissing, a suburb today, of cash and securities valued at about The men drove to the bank in an auto bearing a New York state license, covered bank employees with pistols, took tho money and securities and es- caped. Into a Crockery Teapot Put a teaspoonful of the genuine If Pour on freshly BOILINQ lei. it stand five minutes. THE Mil be the most perfect flavoured you, ever tasted. ITU Still letter In OK mh for CCKCua, from a sufferer who hid chronic after winter.' Mi s. J.I. II. lj of N. 1.. telll Hi tbe ttmnjf spent wUkdgetonaodother remedicB, of ber nfferinf I winter after winter, aid of: bottle of D.O.D. If you haw not raadtof ten frooi Canadian nBernt, all healed raorki them after expentrfa aitd Mtaw daetorr' tnatoenla, come Ig and we- will Ml ml ot what D. U. hu doo. rljht In Tour own neighborhood. We don't to rurutoo that the BntbolUt will (IfayMRllal or four1 Star Mm! ilcA MM. battle TrrD. D. D. O.O.I3 M. lotion for Shin Disease J. D. Iligiiibotham Co., Limited Druggists, Lethbridgo. Keep This Bottle at Home you hani the fint aUteei meutthalcin be a, "AB3ORB1NE JR." nlm to on Iruiui, tul> .r.d tftf iAbsorbmeJ "ABSORBING JR." inev.rrkom. in.cliein.dnM, Assuring Your Old customers die or move must be replaced. Old customers are subject to the Influence of may be Induced to divide their do. some of their shop- ping at a competitor's. Newcomers to this community will shop with regular they are Invited to do so. Yoor competitor's advertising Js sa Influence which must be offiet if you are to maintain your trade. Not to advertise regularly is to leave your business unprotected. A policy advertising IB a policy of life assurance, and the pro- tection thus secured is well worth Ha annual cost. A Word To The Public Follow the lead of advertising. Ton owe It to yourself to get tho most for your money, the best goods and the best service. And if you find that your inclination is to shop where you are invited to shop rather than to continue to ba a customer of the shop which never solicits your Eoocl-will, you need havo no compunctions of conscience. Shop Where You Are Invited to Shofi ;