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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THK DAILY HERALD lOi" This Week's-'.-.Luncheon Given Over (o Problems of Ihc of- the City. "A boy stays out of school to ttt-n less tbsa a day is losiog money." This was made, clear in an address by Inspector Huberts at tlie Rotary ciuji luncheon Moaday night It vras boys' night at the club, and a number of'the men -who are inter- ested in boys' work were inviteJ. President Porter pointed out the importance attached to boys' work hy Kotarv and stated jhat no other fea- ture should be given a larger place in "the club's activities. lie uiafie it Jear that the Rotarr wished to avoid vineing figures as to the momentary vslue of tho course, pointing out that this was ilie-least Important phase higa schiwi tralnhig. Experiments with groups, ol citueus bavo foceu made and the" following 'interesting data produced as a result ot these in- vestigations How Four Years In High School Paid E- 5 14 years of LMO every way possible. He asked Tom Ridpatli. cliairman cf tlio club's Boys' (ake charge of the re- committee the meeting. Mr. Ridpath emphasized marks of the president, a Fred Spooner to report o: ties or tlie committee. Among other things tbo coannUteo had m rnlad, Mr, Spoc-ner referred 10 their plans to use Adams Park us a pi.iygrouud, and hoped to see shade, equipment and a drinking fountain in- stalled and a playground conducted under supervision. Court Scene Staged The necessity tor looking after the boy was, clearly Ehor.m In. a juvenile court scene. Paddy Bowman was the who, would hr.ve been sent to tlie refonnitory by .Jadeo Dr. Craig. for stealing rides ou turning ibfem loose, swashing windows and oUier depredations, hnd not Fred Spoocer offered to guarantee his con- duct for six months. Instead of going to, tlio reform school, a HTC baseball Team organized aud thy whole srang. tratned to put a hali over the plalo instead of through windows. _B, "Janboy gays a talk on ihe im- portance to the boy of physical edu- cation mid recreation. He told of the experiences o! various cities prac- lically. dome away "with all juvenile crjmo by taking an interest in tlie Loy. He pointed out practical lines which tho members, ot tho llotary Club conld help the :boys of Lethbridge and suggested that the members study Ibo Hotarian fn order to got ideas and learn what can be accomplished. Among other things he; pointed out the harmful influence of certain picture shows which taught boys to steal and of the inclinations towards gambling fostered by the slot machines. John Denoon 24 years of ago..... 25 years of age..... OSS Salary n years Salary 7 years MR. SV. R. INGRAM JOHN F. MACKAY Chairman, Purchasing Committee, Carv adian Manufacturers' Association A incmlKT of the Ksefutlvc Council Mr- who Is Tre.ifurcV of ot the Canadian Manufacturers' As- Willys-Overland of Cauad.i. Limited, soslatiou ami a former Chairman (or years a prominent fig- tho Prairie .Mi-. Ingmm iii uri! ia newspaper cirdes. Ho held tha WIN-N'IPEG. June Caaadlan experts, sovertiuient'ot- flcials. .pubili v'speakers aid guests numbering- nearly L'OO, from all parts of the pomlulon and tho United States, assembled here today for the. oueain; ot the seventh annual Cana- dian Good Koads Associates coiifer- euco utid "Thf objcfls. oi -tho' fuovenion are S.' U 'squire, dent of thy a-isou'iatlon and ht'iioiary president ol ihi- Oood Roadi; Afswb- "The. couvi-mjon plaas to cJu- Ihe peoplo of the'lfoioiuioji-, oh question "ot good roads, to illus- traie the necessity for co-oueratioji i-o-oiilln'tKoa; und.tp eraillt-atu the e.visliiiK 'jealousy and In regtnl'to the construction ot highways lu Canada." Sir James Lieutenant-Oov- eruor <'f Manitoba, ia .welcoming the dolegates, tirged concentration on the question of j nntluuttl highway iicrosa the Dominion. 11. Mk-liaud, deputy ol roajs !n Que- bec province, declared tho history- of Canada was the history u! a trail'aud a grain of wheat. CUBA TAKES STEPS TO .KEEP BUBONIC PUAGSJE OUT 1" HAVANA. June hai a nuarantioe against Mexico and .New Orltaas on account of bubonic pbsue. Steamers iiirivinu today from Mesica wero luralgated and passcnseia pent to -quarantiue-.' The C'uhau sani- tary .department-began extraordinary tor ridding Hnvaua's wharvc-a The strike at the BramptonTi'.le pulp aud paper-mills te.'iiiinated by the men returning to work at too company's terms. Five and a halt miles of poles of iho Tractlotf Company ou the road j between Umdon and St. Thomas j hare been purchased by the Byron I Telephone Co. .Manager of the Swsfi Canadian Com- pany, Winnipeg. It was during hla term Of Offico (be Prairlo Divis- ion was rtvoryoniic-d on Its present 57337 jOJltss-is. Mv. Ingram was President of "nd called on It was fc-irail that at 25 Biiroan before iU aniai- m the actlrl- tlit belter educated boys are receiving Kamatlou with the present Board of per year more salary, and have already, in 7 years, received {2250 more, than the who left schoal at H years have -received for eleven years' work. Tet less than 10 JKT cent, of public school pupils take The High school training. As to the chance of performing- pub- tic, service, a boy without schooling has 1 chance, where a boy wlili an ele- mentary education has I chances; a boy with a high school education has R7 chances; and a hoy with a college education has SOO chances. From the standpoint of citizenship. -Mr. Roberts' talk showed the value of a high school education is still greater. Ho pointed out that Iho high school should build up permauent social, re- told the men what ttiey could do for the boys of Leth- hridge, and asked for.cncouragement, comradeship, council-and example. He that the men get...behind the lioya ,-md urged that they "lend their support to tiie junior sport program about to launched -foy Welfare Council... Inspector Rohe'rb, chairman Club's' educational spoke oa the value of a high-school educa- tion to and presented some con- Trade. Mr. Ingraci is a reeogriized ihbrity in AVostern Canada atui freight traffic xunUers, tif Manager ot the Toronto Globe ror a lengthy period and is su ex-president of the Cauadian His long and suc- cessful career as a newspaper iiinu fits him admirably for his duties as vhatr- of tho Associations publishiDg iport activities this year, that help needed. 1-Vank who has charge ihe junior sport this year said that ic is absolutely necessary that the- meu BOSTON MOTORMEN TO WEAR DENIM, BUT BOND SAYS IT MUST SE -'CLEAN" UOSTOX. overalls ami jumpers." So Is it nominated in the bond. aiotormen employed by the Massa- get out and crech Iho hoys, referee [chuaetis Slreet Hallway "Company, by and supervise their play. He said tbotihe terms of aa agreement entered program would fall flat unless backed into between 15 Locals of the Amal- by tie men, and-pointed out clearly gamated Association of Street and Ihe necessity of devoting time to the Electric Railway Employees of Am- erica and the company, may hence- forth go about their duties clad in bovs. Jas. McCaig Speaks James MeCaig. conimis- denim; but lest the aesthetic souls ot sinner for the department oE ture wa the 'visi au'i gave get .iho ho shocked the cove- nant _ distinctly sets-forth that it b'o "clean." The new garb, -which rt Is conceded wiH be practice and neat without bo- Jng gaudy, as well as harmonizing with the general color scheme of the "-.Him aueii tfiisiiter fori cars, has been decided upon by reason u ,ip m il sood.crop.. One uE Hie reasons was of the high cost ot WHO uniform cloth m life. It should direct that the soil we have Is so J3 luc tlbltUib llU'l U iigious and moral attitudes, and" it [an entertaining, talk on the relation should an euvironment and re-iof education to .his department He la.e the organize knowledge acquired is in Southern Alberta in connection m the public school to practical life. with his official duties and stated that At present, our high school course is iu his twenty -.-ears' experience ho should give the hati never seen Brighter prospects for Lf svlt nc BU CVUDllLll towards good citizenship and make it holds the moisture three Follow The Crowd' Il's a snappy drink with a very likeable flavor and refreshing, quenching and cooling.' It is carbonated just enough to iriake it bubbles in the .glass like a "fountain of joy." Children, women and rhen like it equally well, and.it's equally helpful and healthful for all Tiy it at your favorite fountain or phone for a'case to be deliver- ed at your home. Lethbridge Factory 314 8th Street South Phone 665 clear that it is service it brings. He pointed out the need for develop- _____ _____ Of four feet from tho surface and that the abundance of moisture this year wont of civics m the course in view tiiu? be available for plant'life of. showing why .aud giving an. iu-j throughout the season. This feature clination to a larger service in the; in connection with the soil is ono of community. The man who directs the; the things which makes the government of the people is the most; country adapted for honored.because this is the greatest1 erai farming task that the individual cmi set his j Supt. Peniiefather. district Scout hand to The bigo school course should Ma5ter. drew attention to the work nelp a boy m his choice of tho s lions. -A boy should get vocational a courtes experience through cducaiional activi- ties. Tho vocational side should be developed and made a larger part of htgh school experience. A. U. Virtue of the Welfare Council outlined .the council's pro- gram and ine boys and point- ed out definite lines along which the Rotary CUtbcouig help with ILeir'per- and .money. He said sh'oym fact that one of 'tho been unable for three Tvefes .to flod one man- to get riho boys" lined up to take, part in how ,it taught .d manliiiiass; Duali- ties wiiicft are more tacking in tjoys oi lO'Jay than lu Lorrner years, 'cicl reference to and oM poc- ple. Also ho showed that the SrpuU need ficnnuial and ntq'ral It was a grcac evening arid boys' work in the city given a stirimlus. Careful estimates the United Stales postal authorities show that the insertion of toe word "please" in telegrams costs ihe American people annual! v. EACH GENUINE NUTATED IRON TABLET IS STAMPED AS ABOVE Punty Soft Drinks are the drinks of the hour. Their taste, flavor and aroma will immediately make friends with you, In the summertime they are in the winter refreshing, all year 'round they 're good, pleasing, wholesome, zestful and.harmlessly stimulating. Noumhing, Refreshing, Mildly Siimulatmg. Made ..from Best Flavors and Filtered Water. Put Up in Sterilized Bottles Latest Filling Machines, Ensuring Absolute Cleanliness You will find "PURITY" Brand a most pleasing, most refreshing drink. Sold at al! Fountains in the district or delivered by the case to your home. II P C_JL Lilitj' AERATED WATER MANUFACTURERS ?llonc '50' Geo, Bradbeer, Prop. L Cor. 4th Avo. 4th St. S. ;