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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TUB LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HEKALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS T11UHSDAY, JUNK 3, 1920 LETHBIUDGE, ALBEKTA, A 10 IT nLL nDUUl The Rhyming Optimist ___ -_.x S. (By Aline'-Mlchaelis.) Canadian Manufacturers' Gen- eral Manager Admits Mem- bers Are Sludying.Condittons Supply Is More Available. The Cauajllim Mauntacturers' 'As- tocialloa is offlciaUy investigating tho coal situation, so far as it affects the members of the nssoclalion. This in- terest has beeu caused by Hie present anil prospective shortage at steam coal in.tlio east. A conunltlcii lias been appointed to make a report on the matter and' it Is expected this report will be rendered soon after the manufacturers return to Hit east from the Vancouver convention. J. K. Walsh, general "manager of ilio tour of the manufacturers, when Inter- viewed on the coal situation by a rep- resentative of Tlic Herald on the spe- cial train between Taber and Leth- urlilge WedncBtlai' afternoon Tvould not give :i statement as to whether or not the will endeavor to hring'coal from Alheria io Ontario ailii QuehcO He referred to tho, re- port mentioned above and said ho did not desire to anticipate the contents of the report. However, he stated that the com- mittee drawing up report has fig- ures showing v.'liat the mines of Al- berta can do in the way of supplying steam coal to the manufacturers in the east. During his discussion lie pointed out the high freight rates that would bo added to the price of the coal from Alberta under present conditions and stated that the mari- time provinces are closer to the manu- facturers of the east than is tho Al- berta field. Thomas.Palmer Howard, president of the Canadian- 'Manufacturers' .As- sociation, when interviewed spoli'3 highly of the reception tendered the manufacturers in the west. He re- ferred to the splendid conditions ot the crops as seen from tho C.Rll. in the iirairie provinces and highly com- plimented thu C.P.ll. on the manner In which service has been given. Thera has not been a hitcli in the train iu. any shape ol .form, siiico iho train left its starting poinl. A ,number of C.V.H. blUcials were on the train when it reached Lethbfldge. They vrero 3. 0. Proctor, district pas- senger agent Cor Alberts, C. D. Mac- Kintosh, superintendent of the South- ern Alberta division and W. B. How- ard, of Toronto. Mr. Howard drew attention to tho fact that it is ten years since the Canadian Manunicturcni' Association, as a body, had toured the west and referred to tlio great strides that have been maclo in this section since then. Some guys love lo.jalk of duty as a thing opposed to beauty, with u lot of stuff, It is always classed; this may ho the reason partly people meu- lion it so lartly, and of all things leavo tiieir duty till the last: From Ibo year one to the present duly lias Eeemed quite unpleasant, and to sldfr step it has DOW become on arL; till when, any one has sought to-start to tell mo what I "ought to" :woy, hastily implore him, "Have a heart." But this version needs correction; duty should tot breed dejecllon. Why! Because It is our duty to be jay. should never net stew, see? But Just ape the cunning Kowple anci smile upon the world day after day. It's diir duly to bo merry, hunting up things that are cheery, aud it's- time we learned that duly means something more than con- stant hustling, someliilng more Iban always rustling for-the._ wherewithal! to buy our daily'beans'. chaps might think it tunny; but it's duty to suuny, though there was a time in years long since gone by when folk deemed it .necessary for man, mouse or cassowary-who was dutiful to sit and uiopo and, sigh; And" it is a jolly duty when ypu see