Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
wimiToc EXPECT it THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UVI LOCAL NIWS 1'HIDAY. KEBtlUAHY 23. 1921 LKTIIUKIDGK, ALBKHTA. There's Wide Field for Women In Community Work-Prof. Ottewell Activities No Longer ralalne, poultry raising, dairying, live- Confined to 'Cllpt ottewoll emphasized tlie "need She Can Do real homes, Hot iiioie held'oh a _____j__ basis and Ihe need for religion, which is Hie con1 PAGE SEVEN t'iipUin Oil swell of the University Extension Department pointed out u wide field for women In Community work in his lecture yesterday after- noon JIL .Hull to the soldier settlers' jwives at the Short Course school. Activities were tit one time largo- !y confined to tbe homo, but. can uo longer be controlled the tribution that can be mtufe I'or the Canada of tomorrow no nation that Is not based upon Christianity has developed solidly He showed the need of recreation, an'd develop- ments made in the line of rural con- veniences such as telephones and mail boxes, and the great nettl of educa- iiou. since only live per cent, of the there, so that it Ungligft-gpfeaklng population can uliite conditions boast of a common school education, world outside and to take an active interest in them. There are several necessities in successful community work: A de- finite iilm. which should be that of character building; education, whici: can be assisted by reading, unfortun- ately Alberta homes being: largely bookless, or with Hteraturs of a i rashy nature: thought following reaiiing; the making use of iut'orma tion icq.uired; the interchange of ideas. Agitation and Co-operation Having acquired the-s.1) necessities, agitation is the next steu. Knowing what is ueeded. stir up the commun- ity till you get it. Co-operation follows, then the choice of tlie direction in which en- ergies are to be expended. The cap- lain sugsjesttd that the starting point lie tlie home where a spirit of fair play is cultivated, where the home is made beautiful aud attractive, and where a reverence for God aud njau 13 taught. Outside the home there is the school, whsre an interest should lie taken in making It attractive, in the grounds, in the work of teacher and pupil, and iu selecting able trus- ices. The church should be actively sympathetically supported. Inter- ILural hospitals are proving another.; great boon. "We must have a dream1 for Can-1 said Capt. Ottewell In conclu- sion, "and u resolution to make our dream true. No power can pre- vent this being the greatest country in the world aud we are privileged to make it so." Mayor Hardie Pretidtd Mayor Hardie presided at the meet- ing1, In his opening address pointing nut the big opportunities tljat lie be- fore the people of Canada, and the changes that have taken place. Demented Woman Escapes Police and Tries to Kill Self and in Hospital I JUDGMENT RESERVED IN C.P.K. APPEAL IN i ALEXANDER MUIR CASE Judgment was reserved in UIG i peal in the case of Mulr the C.l'.R. j which cams before the Appellate Ui- visiou of tho Supreme Court at Cal- j aary. This was the case in which i Alexander Muir was awarded the sum of ilO.433.79 in claim against tlie C.P.K. lor damages sustained by a cage descending on him and crusl him at Xo. I! mine. The case was beard in Lethbridge before Mr. Jus- tlce Hyndman and a jury. The rail- way company .took the case to appeal on the ground that the jury did not return their verdict in accordance with the evidence submitted, aud on -like Weather Causes Stir Among Fanners; Seeding To Be Early LABOR BUREAUX ASK WHAT LIKELY FARM WAGES WILL BE Loss Acreage, Better Sted-Btd Will Be (he Rule This Year This is Decision in 1'incher Creek Charge Dropped in Meantime grounds oil which they had not otargetl by the judge. been LL ict Mr. Mcllroy, iu place ot the Distric Superintendent1 S.S.B., Calgary, aim gave a short talk .expressing the ap- preciation of those in -attendance for all that has been done, and the suc- cess of the coin-En. He lalil that Ihe soldier farmers were making their repayments well, and hoped for a good season next year. Mr. Flaming tve a solo. Preceding tbe meeting Mr. ami Mrs. Wuddlngton led tha gathering in community singing. Miss Jackson, Claresholm School ot Agriculture, showed this morning in her demonstration on sewing, the use of patterns and re-modelling. She. gave some very us'itnl hints alto along eat should betaken in some rommnn- the line trimmings and various ity organization through which to I ornamental -tlevicga for the home ivurk for the henflt of everyona such as the U.F.A., Women's Institute. Red Cross, or any organization that suits the purpose. There should not be op- posing societies working against each other. Community effort, said Mr. Otte- well, will result in grealer fiiruicial returns, will develop more pride in work, and a higher of character of all individuals in its life. Butter Making .Mr. .McDonald of Claresholm fol- lowed iu a highly interesting demon- dressmaker. Miss Hotton gave a short address on tbe formation of the Home Branch of the Soldiers' .Settlement Board and what is Kliiud.s tor. .H has been or- ganized to iuM. tliii wives of the sol- dier farmers. Thia department aims! at. keeping in loach wrth the women Gathering at Weed Special Friday Morning Following a desperate attempt to poison, both herself and her little six-year-old girl, a woman who had been brought to the city police headquarter, to be exam- ined at to her insanity lies in the Gait Hospital hovering near death. The little girl, victim of her mother's insane attempt it alio in the hospital. It it considered like- ly that both mother and child will, recover but it will be at feast a iDean Howes So Declares to The poisoning attempt was made .after the mother had escaped with the little girl from the po- lice station. Once out of sight of tlie city hall, and while still on the street, she administered bi- chloride of mercury tablets to the child and then to herself. Fort- unately her escape wat noticed very shortly after it occurred and Const. Alford and Probation Offi- cer Lamb were sent, to find her and bring her back. It was be- fore she was found by the police officers that the poison attempt was made, but the police learned of the attempt immediately after recapturing the woman, and med- ical aid was summoned without delay. It was to thit prompt- ness that both woman and child owe .their lives. (By a Staff Reporter) MACLEOD, J. Cameron, manager of the Pincher Creek Hay Growers, Ltd., was adjudged insane at the sitting of the District Court here this after- noon by Judge Jackson, and wai placed in the custody of his brother-in-law, Mr. Brown, of Pincher Creek, who will see that he is properly looked after. It was decided that Cameron was a mania-depressive, and for that reason the criminal charge against him will not be 'proceeded with, though it will not be wholly drop- ped. Much depends on what im- provement he shows under treat- ment. What will farm be this spring and Hummer? j Farmers anil farm laborers are both] anxious to learn. So Is Thos. Long- j worth, superintendent of the govern-i ment employment bureau ;here. A j meeting of general superintendents! i! ml superintcMidents of labor bureaux lias bet'ii called in Regina on Titos-! (lay, March 8th, when the whole (jueti-! lion of labor supply will bo discussed.: This will be one of tlie importaift questions, anil Mr. Longworth would like to hear from both farmers and farm hands as to what they think the consideration the present prices of I farm products. He would also like to i Ret a line on tiin number of farm laborers needed to put in the crop in Southern Alberto. Wink mi the laud in Southera Alberta can start any day if farmers are so minded. Reports from the country-side .are that there is a stir among tho farmen which shows evidences of spring seeding preparations, and while there will be cold weather and storms yet it is pretty certain that there will be an early spring.x' There will be a smaller acreage in crop in Southern Alberta this year than any time since 1914. i That much is fairly evident from reports. "More bushels, less bankers, agricultural experts and their own sound, hard-headed common sense. There will be lees acres in crop, it will be put in in better shape because the farmers hav; plenty of feed for their horses, there is better seed than JEGGS DROP TWO-BITS DOZEN IN CRESTON SENTENCE SUSPENDED IN r A i year so that there should be CASE better germination, but there IK drop Keen interest was taken this morn- j iug In the Inter-Provincial "Weed train which was In Letlibridgo this morn- I ing. From nine o'clock until noon the j demonstration and lecture cars were i thronged with farmers aud business j men. The attendance here was lin" 1 up to the record at other points. Not a few business men of tlie city availed 1 themselves of (he opportunity of In- ll-'rom Our Own Correspondent'! CUKSTON, Feb. 25.-La.it week end KUW eggs take the unprecedented i.o 50 cents a dozen at FUND FOR HIGHWAYS TORONTO. Fob. 25.--A resolution was passed in tho legislature last ionding them .eciars ot advice m legislature last bulletins, magazines and supplying' to tlu' elfect tllllt 80V'S" million them with desired information, or the "ollars ue D'MMI to the credit of the names of places where this can be improvement fund account. obtained. Tlie Home Branch aims at working j through oi'sanilaiious already in ex- g of milk and cream fistencn, and in thia way some work The of Tomorrow illas been accomplished in es- "Tlie- Canada of Tomorrow Hit's-1 tttllll8BinS hospitals in rural comuiuni- ties, and in other ways, while the stration on butter making and the-1 organijations already testing of milk and cream. fistencn, and in thia way some j specthiK the government train and of j hearing the lectures of tho experts. H. A. Craig, deputy minister of aeri- j culture, was tlie first speaker this j morning. He dealt with the various I problems confronting the farmer, sum- mer and -winter reeding, mixed farm- ing methods, and alias. j Dean Howes, of the University of Alberta, was present at today's meet- ing and spoke interestingly of the pork of fho afrrii till Ural department of fho linivoridty. In Dr. VVyali, a graduate of the L'tah agricultural col- lege and the Illinois university, where he tdok his doctor's degree, the pro- vince had one of tb; best soil chem- His work will in the south. ail the stores in town. This is the biggest slump hen fruit has ever due to the almost in- stantaneous resumption of egg lay- ing by all the hens throughout the a sure sign that we are to have an exceptionally early spring. F. H. Jackson. Tuesday, had a hatch spring chicks. Out of this fund 'subsidies are to be paid to the counties. The minister l3ts nn tlle continent. of public works estimtUf d that Particularly valnahli would bo required to moot tho 1 department of irrigation engineer- i 1920 expenditures under this head. ius a department of soils hail also been established at the univer- sity. In addition to the regular staff of speakers. -I. A. Murray, farm manager for the Foundation, addressed the meeting. The train left shortly after noon tor Raymond. Saturday stops will lie made at Magrath and Cardston. At Cardston the party will be showu through the famous Mormon temple. Assessment figures show the .pop- ulation of Fort William to be Is'.tDO. trated profusely with slides, was the subject chosen by Processor Ottewell I shol't Coursea which w at his lecture last evening in Wesley hall, which was greeted fairly attendance. Mis talk- gave o most comprehensive the Canada of today, its beauty spots and industries, its wonderful resources and futures opportunities. Captain Ottewell first showed views right across the continent, commenc- ing with Quebec, the oldest and most historic city on the continent, and tlie scene of three of the greatest turning points in Canadian history. He then showed pictures of St. John. Prince Edward'Island. Xew Bruns- wick. Halifax. Montreal and Ottawa, and right across the entire contin- ent including the Beauties the Canadian Rockies, to Victoria- and Prince Rupert. t The industries' of Canada were then shown including" the fishing on the 'Pacific and Atlantic coasts, the lum- bering, showing the method of water transportation, the big saw mills and the .maple sugar industry, the mill- ling, aud agriculture :n its many forms such as wheat growing, fruit were started last and this year in Alberta have provtu very success- ful. Miss Hotton expressed her apprecia- tion of the hospitality, that has been extended by the citizens. She em- phasized the great importance of tbe baby cliuic. and pre-natal advice, ad- vising that the women take up thia department of child welfare iu their community work. Mrs. N expressed SHOE REPAIRS For best u-ork at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. O TOX 940 PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON CO. 5-6 Acadla Building 312 Third Avenut South by a very practical demonstration ou laundry work by Miss Jackson. Several of the delegates left today. Mrs. Nelson, one of the delegates MONARCH FLOUR MILL HAS BEEN SOLD AND IS BEING SHIPPED AWAY FREE DELIVERY. Clarence McDowell, the. youth who 1 was found guilty of the theft of from his room-mate in the Southard Block, came up before tlie court this afternoon for sentence, and was remanded on suspended sentence, on recognizances of. himself and his father, to keep the peace and no of good behavior for a year. A plea was made for leniency on behalf of the accused by his counsel, W. Beat- tie, on the score of his youth, and in that restitution had been made of tlie stolen money. His Lordship, be- fore passing sentence, wanted to be satisfied how a portion of the stolen money was spent by the accused, and was told that the prisoner, with some of his friends, visited a. certain dis- trict in the city on tho Sunday night, and when he went to take his ticket for Moose Jaw, where he was arrested lie had only 5140 left of the J300. Ht> was given a lecture by the judge as to mending his ways and being care- ful in the future as to his conduct. I not such a" good supply of re- serve moisture as there was last year. In this regard this sprint promises to be much -like the spring of 1919 unless there Is a heavy fall of moisture during March. There will be more sprint plowing than usual this year. While there is some soil drift- ing reported from some parts. there is not so much as there hax been in past winters, but March may bring changes. Many farmers this year will try to raise a few acres of corn or sunflowers for silage and there will he many silos 'built, both of the trench and upright variety. The Cardston district is expected to build between 50 and 100 silos' this year. Thera is practically no frqit in the ground at present, and the thermometer Thursday night did not register lower than 40 her.e. Xlcklo ore of sudhury ciuality has been found in large bodies near Bird River, northwest of Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba. The Great War Veterans associa- tion of Kingston has decided to taki some action regarding speeches re- cently delivered In that city by Ar- mancl Lavergne, at Quebec, und'c. ,1. Joy of Port Huron. Out. If you feel fagged and worn out try drinking a glass of warm milk before going to bed. You ho Kiirpn'se'l fliifcldy you anli-op mid how rested you foul next ilay. t, Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. 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