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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MTHBRTPGF HERALD FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, IMPORTANCE OF WAR MEMORIAL FUND EMPHASIZED AT CONVENTION OF THE PROVINCIAL I, O.D.E. thou lo tkrouch tha it rung Mrs. Spence, Educational Sec- retary, Presents Report to (he Delegates SEVERAL NEW CHAPTERS FORMED IN PROVINCE report of eaucftttnnal tary. of Calvary, and discussion oi-ruptod a larse part of the morning session of the Albert a Provincial I. D. E. which rontJnucid in session today. A very comprehensive report (iron by Mrs. Speiica, who explained that the educational work is the big plank in the I. O. D. E. platform, link- ing It with national, and that re- ports of all in line be sent lo provincial educational secretary. Mrs, Spon.ce went on to tell of the work that had done, in graduate and government. lh? first mpotlnjr the name of tlin can- didate who appeared to bust fulfil tbe requlrod, was selected and forwarded lo the national secre- tary, who (lion forwarded the names of the eight candidates seliK'ted by the diffon.Mit provinces to the different convenors of the different1 provinces. The several provincial committees then met tjruin and selected four out of the send the names to I lie nut ton's educational secretary. Tho f6ur rccoivins the hi.qiiost votes were as follows: Albert Cnly Cooke, aged of Man. This student enlisted as a. gunner the day after graduation, was discliarscd In May 1919. He ID- tfiuls studying British and Canadian history. Hush McDowall Clokip, nged 20, from Saskatchewan, II.A. M.A. Tho fatbor served in France and the boy intends studying history overseas scholarships. Meetings were Novembnr in Edrac-nion. At word in medicinal iscicrivcd from certain "valuable herbs here utilized by science for the cure c.f WCUNDS and other afflictions. Capt. Watson Kirkonnel. age 25, from Ontario, B.A. and M.A. from Queens, int. He served on the O.S. T.C. educational staff, and intends studying political and social problems. Miss Allje Vlbert Douslas, of Quo- bee, who graduated from McGill in May 1920. She served overseas in the British war office for two years under Sir Auckland Geddes, then for two years was confidential clerk in the department of the directorate of re- cruiting, am! in. September 191S. be- came reaistrar of the Khaki univer- sity of Canada. Sho was awarded the O.B.E. of the British government and intends furthering her knowledge in science. These students should not only rep- Mrs. Spauce with a pfe'a thnt tho Chapters wimld thu wur nu'Tiiorial and mako it a con- centrated fcuturo of tijo oducallona! work this year, This will load to the betterment of tna country by sltnm- latlng citizenship. The more Individ- ual members learn their the more she will accomplish Ihrouph feoling of individual There Is more work to be done than hands to do it. Above unity U essential. Mrs. Spence was recently decorat- ed the French decoration "Oder de France" for her work doce in Albertu to bolp French orphans. Mrs. Cautley led the dlacusslon fal- lowing the educational secretary's re- port, stating that for work were not lacking and that a finite impetus was needed to carry out I lie suggestions. She thought Unit is was a pity that the National executive had dono away with indivi- dual membership. She also thought that the idea of patriotic papers and an open nieetinf once a year would bo of advantage. The question of individual mem- bership brought up a little discussion, Stieaee explaining that one could be an individual member of a irimary but not of the national where an individual rote cast would equal to that of a big Chapter. Four New The Organising Secretaries report hy Mrs. Saunders followed, showing that four new chapters had been or- ganized, three junior chapters and one primary with an approximate membership of 140. She spoke of her special appreciation of the help from Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. Gibson, the officers of the Municipal Chapter in Calgary and her loyal support throughout the j province, and asked that all mem- bers particularly remember the oath of allegiance that they take in join- ing a Chapter, loyalty not only' to the Empire, but to abide by the con- stitution of the order. The National Chapter urges formation of jun- E ior Chapters where one or more prim- ary are formed, and urges an active- campaign to secure new members. Mrs. Saimdors work as organizing secretary has met with much ptaise from Mrs. Stewart, National organizer. Organization Work Mrs. McDonald of Macleod five a resent Canada and the order worthily in the Uritiih universities, but will. rome buck to Canada and contribute i a definite something to the national 1 life. From Alberta Mrs. Spenee went on to gay that there thirty applicants, three. from Alberta, that there! are plenty of applicants iind the loyalty, peace, reconstruction and in- telligent understanding of oational questions. The present probtems should be faced, and each should pledge themselveS to raise ali the standards of living. Mrs. Carbert, Echoes secretary, of Medicine Hat gave an excellent re- port upon Echoes, uuting that no- Belief For Necessiltious 'he Disabled Men In the inability nf Mr. LanjforiS, ictlnf for the Director of Adminis- tration, to be present, Mr. D. M. Campbell, of the Soldiers' Cirll Re- Calgary, Was in the city on Thursday to confer with President Lougworth of the G.W.V.A. and others as to administering relief to ueeMsituoui cases disabled A nnmhsr of the men from the lodge were in attwil- at Curmauny lodge on Mon- day, January 17th, On Sunday lact, Jannary Ulh, thnru pussod away at Km press, Al- berta. Mrs. Hnnehsiaa, formerly of White Lake. lira. M. Hurschman had own In ill-health tor somo tlmu but not until recently has her I condition become serious. Interment Joint Conference Board With Labor WIHWPBC, Jan. Proas.) -At thh moraine's Hstlon of the As- sorrlaM. Mr. W. C. L. Cooper was a visitor in Calgary this week to the Merch- ants' Association convention, DENIES CHARGES OF PARTIALITY BY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Jan. civil service commla- men In receipt of pensions and those i sion's board of hearing emphatically who were re-trained by the S. C. R. denies charges made by the federal OTTAWA, There are not more than a dosen of such men. needing relief, in the city. employees' union that partiality has been shown In choosing civil servants made for for certain positions. and arrangements were their relief, according to the condi- tion! of the order-in-counril, with Capt. Denooa and Father McCif- _. _____ _____ ......__ frey named to act as a committee to j sloner, is not related to Premier Clarence Jameson, chairman of the commission, says that so far u he knows, Wm. Graham, Indian controls- make whatever investigations were fouud to be necessary in respect tu cases which come under the order. The conditions on which relief will be granted were giv-en in the- issue of the Herald on Thursday. It will be well to supplement these by stating that the relief will be proportion tQ nece: Meighon. CLOSED SHOP DENOUNCED BY DETROIT BUILDER WINNJPEG, Jan. J. Kesj- granted, iainedv, president of the Building Em- sity of the i pioyera' association of Detroit ad- case, by way of orders on grocer, fuel I dressing here today the convention of merchant, butcher, and ment of rent. In the case Oonstruotion Industries contention, was giren the standing com- mittee of labor In entering into an labor nieu for the formation national joint confer- ence hoard >Recommeudation was made that the. committee appointed to undertake propaganda should lay streu economic necessity of tacrwiMt in thu matter of production and tto ac- cruing. Action of the national Joint confer- ence hoard In making representation to the federal government with ref- erence to the homing loan of was approved by a majority committee and the newly-appointed I memben were instructed to take ac-j tion to hare this matter brought to a conclusion. A minority report of the committee opposed the astodatlop, making any such request. At noon Che nutter was stlli under dlscnsalon. During the morning, after lengthf dlscnaslon, decision was reached to retain the present name of the as- sociation. DRESSMAKER SAVED FROM OPERATION By Taking LydU E. Pmk- Vegetable Compound in Time. he said, were not at war with organiz- the pay-j the Association of Canadian Building i ed labor, but with professional labor of slnglo, end Construction Industries, declared i leaders their living keep- order will apply to board that the closed shop system wa, not Ing the laboring classes discontented, and lodging. No cash relief is given.! only immoral, but was disastrous from It was the duty of the employer to dl- anil not more than one week's relief at time. The amount of relief granted each individual will apt exceed a certain Kgure, which will vary in respect to whether he Is married, married with children, a widower with children, or ingle. Persons seeking relief will first re- gister at the labor bureau. If no em- ployment is available the Superin- tendent will send particulars to the relief section, Dept. of S. C. K., Cal- gary, and from there orders will be issued to the respective merchants. Applicants must report to the labor bureau for employment at least once a week, otherwise renewals of relief an economic standpoint. Employers, rect and not to dominate. Wuiei, N.Y.-'-Thwfi u. I nftnd (ran puu in By right M that I could not nlu my feet from the floor. would ihootdownmr I Umte through my back, and die doctor Mid I bad anatxccu. I wo in bed two with aniobatonmyiide expected may [day that I might have to go to a piUl for an opera- tion. A friend to tee me and told ire of your won- derful medicine Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound. 1 began taking it, and after taking lix bottlw I feel well and strong, do my own work and do dressmaking othera. Icannotipeak too highly of your medicine and recom- mend 1 1 to otberi who lufTer with female trouble. It a Godtend to ailing women, and you may UM my name at Mn. PEOHILLA HuLllzu, 218 E. Full St, Ithaca, N.Y. Women who suffer from any neb ali- ments ihould not fail to try this famouj root and herb remedy, Lydia bun'i Compound. the Leth- by the Ed- monton Miinffinal and Siko- kotoki Chapter in Lethbridge. Though "nb real tax had iieen lev- t ied. if each had paid according to the SiO baMs per membership, the funds U wtfuld" have" Boon sulHcient, .said tho .speaker. AccunHng to this basis wo have not come up to half our quota an-d there only three Chapters in the province who have handed in their full quota. The total received for the war memorial fund to date is only Mrs. Spenee made a strong appeal that every chapter would send in all they possibly could by the end of March so might be in at the National annual meeting. Pictures were donated by the Col. FORMER BARONS LADY DIED AT EMPRESS (From Onr Own Corresnnndent) BARONS, Jan. A. Moore was a visitor at the bowling tourna- ment in Calgary last week. Mrs. G. Chew was a visitor In Leth- bridge on Friday of last week. Mr. Hail Is the acting station agent for the time being at the C. P. R. depot until a regular, mau is appoint- another day Itching, Bleed- g, Bl pruE Speaco recommended pernsal PILES atfon'riqu'irai' I of tne Canadian bursary for this year, Cha-ie's Ointment will relieve you at once and -'The- Meaning of the Empire" by and. HBuril lasting boxi. all I Charles Lucas. She asked that the Macleod .Chapter, the Sir Alexander uj> Gait, the Major Jack Ross, and Nan-lof the- "91 ton Chapters. Library donations had also been made by Nanton chapter, lan-nls-uk Chapter and Royal Scots Chapter. Urged War Memorial ing, or pruErud I of "Prospect and also a forth the conditions tormito. "aampilTlioi'fri-i! II yui inenu'im'iSi Chapters near High Schools see that stamp tojiay application forms are available for PALACE MARKET Saturday Specials legs cf Misttcn, per Ib...........32c Skoulders of Mutton, per Pot Roasts of Beef, per Ib., 15c and 18c Boiling Beef, per Ib........... Roasts of Veal per Ib., 20c, 25c and Ic Stewing Veal per Ib..............15c Stewing Mutton, per Prime Roast Beef Dripping, per Ib., 28c Choice Creamery Butter, per Ib.. .6tc Choice Fanner's Dairy Butter, 58c Good Cooking Butter, per .35c We handle the best meats in the city and. our prices are the lowest. Palace Meat Market 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE 431. tices for publication must be in To- ronto by the fifteenth of the month proceeding the monthly Issue. She would like to have items from all the ed'agent. Chapters so that Alberta mirtl re-j Mr. J. R. McKay now makes his ceive Its due prominence In the ofll-ihome with Robt. Hodges in town at cial organ. She asked that each tne Planting house. The school house was hauled In last weeV and was immediately in use, thus leaving the large hall above tbe big store for the town band to practice in. Mr. O. Gantron has linked up his electric light plant with the skating be forwarded, and the treasurer- giv-1 rink. In this way it gives great light Echo secretary become a working flelal. A discussion retarding subscription fees should sent ing the ruling she had received on the matter. Finally upon motion of Mrs. Smitch it was passed that the provincial secretary be Instructed to write and get the rnllng of the Na- tional Chapter and to abide by this decision. The delegates were the gnesti of the Municipal Chapter I. O. D. E. at luncheon at the Silver .Drill follow- ing the morning session. AKK CLEMENCY OTTAWA, Jan. Cabinet council will meet at today for the consideration of two capital cases, one from British Co- lumbia and the other from Saskatche- I wan, In both ofvwhlch cases clemencv I haa been asked. to the skaters. regret to report sickness in the home of Mr. McKenlie Welsh. We wish for those sick a speedy restora- tion to health. i The farmers are pleased to learn that wheat Is rising In price. They are wondering if It will reach the 12 ToCureaCold in One Day Tako Qrovo'm Bromo Quinine tablets Be sure its Bromo The genuine bears lignature "Oc. mark !n Barons. Mr. Gamble, formerly clerk in Mur- ray and Cooper's store, 'was a visitor in Barons on Friday taut. Mr. Gamble whilst here was a popular citizen of the town. He now resides In B. O, Mr. W. J. Lebow wag operated on in the hospital, Calgary, last week for one of hia eyes. This week he ei- pects to have the growth removed from the other, which would affect the sight In the near future. We are glad to learn the operation! have thus far been successful. Mr. Smith who works in the Cooler, has been on the sick list for some Lime past suffering t rom 14 i now much improved. The band concert given in the hall above the big store on Friday even- ing was a great success both in the fine program Kivcn nnd the excellent number present at this function. In addition to tbe choice items given by local talent, the audience was charm- ed by the singing of Mr. Prank Gild- hill who Is expert in baritone. Mr. Oiedhlll is the special singer in the evangelistic services being held in Barons church. i Mr. Wm. J. P., was a vlBitor In Lethbridge over the week- end. In connection with the special ser- vices 'n Barons church during the past week was thu men's meeting on Sunday, afternoon. Between thirty and forty men attended. Mayor Fair- field presided, and a good meeting was enjoye'I. Evancelist White.iide saw an address on facts for men which was a strong sinpeal to men. Mr. Glerlhil! romlfTod two or three songs which dollghteil the audience. This a great meeting for the mascu- Una force of the community. I Tho largest congregation during these services attended Sunday even- Ing when thn church was almost fill- ed. Great interest was shown. Tho sermon and the sinking by the choir and solos by Mr. Oledhill wore the finnst yev given in the campaign. I Tho very hieh wimi on Friday ihrought a change in the wwtlier. Kven if it is colder, (he 1 snow Is suitable for the season, and It in hoprsi will help the land. Messrs. It. J. Woods and. H. (Hear spent the wf-ek end at home with their fiirMllcs. Mr. Call M.' of Nobleford wni a visitor in I'lrnn'm sein11 week with his wifo and friends hnrc. Hff rotumed to N' on Monda) Rev. IF. UuKfimwnrth. II. A., of Coal- dale was a v'Kitor in Darona on Tues day. November 18th. Mrs. F. cutfnrth left on Tuesday evening, November 18'h for Calgary where sho will undergo n serious op- oration In the Calgary hospital. Mr. Csttorth accompanied her to Calcary AUCTION SALE STARTING TOMORROW (SA1URDAY) AND CONTINUING DAILY UNTIL JANUARY 2.30 P.M. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS, CHINA, SILVERWARE AND FRENCH IVORY Every article must be told. We have to vacate our store on February lit. given away at every tale. A free chance on a Diamond Rinf to be drawn for on the iut MR. FRANK WADDINGTON will be the auctioneer. Don't this tale. BENDER'S JEWELRY STORE 331 6TH STREET SOUTH Why Pay High Prices for Meat? when you can buy the that Alberta can produce at the following Sirloin Roast, per .28c Prime Rib Roast, per ft .......22c Rump Roast, per .Ib..........23c Thick Short Rib, per lt> .......20c Shoulder Roast, per Ib ........16c Plate Beef, per Ib ..........uy2c Brisket, per Ib............... lOc Sirloin Steak, per Ib ...'.......30c Round Steak, per Ib ..........2Sc Shoulder Steak, per flj .20c Leg of Mutton, per Ib .........3Sc Loin Mutton, per Ib...........32c Shoulder Mutton, per Ib ......23c Breast Mutton, per Ib .........15c 3 Ib Pail 5 Ib Pail 95c Leg of Pork, whole, per It) ......32c Cut, any weight, per Ib .......35c Loin Pork, per Ib .............35c Shoulder Pork, per Ib .........32c Pork Heads, per Ib......... SMOKED By the piece, per Ib ___......55c Sliced, per tb ................gOc' PURE PORK SAUSAGE, Ib .35c BEEF AND PORK per Ib...................25c TOMATO SAUSAGE, per ft .30c Please note that we can't afford to deliver at these prices. For all ereii there wil of weight delivered there will be an additional charge of 10 on each order, 1 re- Westminster Phone 1055. 310 13th St N. Meat Market F. Swingler, proprietor. ;