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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 5,1919 niE LETTIBniDGE DATLY HERALD PAGE NINE OTTAWA, May 2.~P. H. Hawkins, 1-epreBentlne the Canadian Lnmber-men'R Association, appeared before the special railway commlltoe of- the commons today ami asked for the elimination of the words "other than kov-ernmant railways" from the clauso which brings all railways except those owned by the people under the control of the railway commlsHioti. A. C. McMaster, K. C, ropreHonling the Toronto board of trade, argued that In connection with the discontinuance of services by railw^ays, tlie railway companies ..flh.Dultj- w?k,..the,'Por-mission oC the railway commission for permission to dlscontiiiiie, and neoDW in the deftijict , lndivt.Harcl for the contlhUanoe. > . . . , Mr. Rowatlj:|�1d' thpi-e app'e^mi'to be a whlttlWB-aown 6i the riihts of the shipping*t(ubllc. ' F. H. PUlpi'i^n,-representing tu'e Can- THE MAKiNG OF A How tydia E. Pinkhun's Vegetai^e Compound It Prepared For Woman's Use. A vlfit to the laboratory where this ucceasful remedy is made impresso* even the caaual looker-on with the reliability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the making of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used-anually and all have to be Kothered %t the season of the year when their natural juices and rnedicinal sub-tancua are at their best. The moet succeissf ul solvents are used tn ex trcct the me^cinal propertiaa from tliese herbs. ' Every utensil and tank that comes in contact with the medicine is sterilized and as a final preoautipn in cleanliness the mediaihem paflteutized and sealed in sterile bottlei. It is the wonderful combination of roots and-herbs,- together with the skill end pare used in its preparation wiiich hu made this famous medicine so sucj!. Mr. MicMaster thought they should hftve the: same provision for both. Mr., Phlppln.and'Mr. Flint c;ont�>nd- /^d'that so fair as rates wore concerned, '^he ^majority of ,lh^, people placed no kOTtt)f�'5t8 flji those-t^tes.' There w�re ||t)o return tares .*�fti the case of pass-�eftgDrs. The shpt'.J notice chaiiges only, related to special.passenger tarlfd ' The Toronto board of trade representative suggested the extension ot the jurisdiction of tho railway commission over express companies anJ (lied a memorandiini on tho (|U(.-V>ti()ii. This merrtOraiidutn said ii. had uppar-enUy �iee.u'.tIo.c,in. liiJMolltbtwnlE-iUlthatluia. PUoU niortt acrtt p�r tfar-opetic %h* ftirmw, (Iror* th� aayftrt, *lt7 OliUnc*. li>trk* iti� next rni.^ aU In nii� oiirmdon, l>S,ti, em^. siq^ntend- ^ ing of this Industrial Extension-jUie YlM.C.A. to the ' workers, a part of the Red Triajin^ie T^tuad, for ^r^hich your contribution is requested, will be dented.  > CANADIAN Nation-JVide Appeal lande Campaldn GAMAOTAM Our plan for Y.M.C.A. extension, to the industries is to enlist the sympath;^ Of. the president of the company or the^feadgof tiie firm, and the management of tile,plant, to explain our scheme of improved industrial relationships based upon'the liappines^.and the welfare of tlie workers, and to g^t-the employers to undertake the crecl|cn,pf a Y.M.C.A. building, fully equippedi'situated right, in the plant. ... In some cases>i.a numtser of snijillerfirriis ' woiild cb-operatiej and tkej Y.M.C.A,, building would be centrally IcJcated for the con-.yehience of a whole group of factories: . Recreation for Workers  Tliis' work has already been iuaug-Ufated in Sault'Ste. Mi^rie, Ixmdon; St. Catharine.s, Fort WilUain, Port Arthur, Vancouver, and Toronto.-y.M.C.A. buildings are built and eguippe.dl on lin^s ^milar to thosein the's^ldifers'-citrv^s,;of like regular adiaa troops. It is going now into those isolated districts where industrial workers Hke our miners and lumbermen are fighting the battle of life in the front trenches of civilization. Y.M.C.A. buildings in ^le cilic-h, according ' td the aHiountm^hing> fcqfltiibte to do in hia leisure boursi In some districts wl�0�liijuihiei'fci| tions are' active, tredpcd- Y-^^-A- (MB drive from camp to camp duriiw t^ewfaiter equipped Vith portable ttereopticoa laotttn outfits. They give ifktstrated tAt, aad entertainments ihtrodtictng the ctemcnt of play among the hard-worUng shanty boys by such games, as voOey biU, bsoag, etc. A Lumberman's Ehdorsation One lumber operator says, "Vou have put myman-catcher out of business. Where before I had three gf^gS Inred-one on the way in, one kt >n the wo^ds, and the other onthewa^bMt,,.no>ii7l needontjrqtie.'-*'; M the; i?K:al^Y^3p;A:;;|s^;;!^i^ grammes 'foif^ itw^wtfei^ -d/^di^yj^i ^ aided from,Jtl�e4*ed/5fH^le''f^^ will be offer^' i;eci'eattbn,', idoter^ ' and oppottijiMty ;fpi-'.satdte'viSlow^^^ Classes in varidus Mibjects of sp(K^tiu i9t^� ; est. or value tb.,iaduetria! worften �iU/^e  held. ^ ;?"v'"' In districts where a considerable hot^- / English-speaking population prevails,, ' knowledge of the English'languggdi of Ctm-ada and o| the principiles of Paha^an citizenship and of social responsibility will be promoted by the Y.M.C.A.- A fl Help the'^Y" complete its work for soldiers) help extendservice iq Canadian boy$y help Mug the Red Triangle to the Army of Industry and 1 .; to Rural Canadian Life. Naliopil jCfeuBf 1^ Christian :^spciatioiis of Caiiails ;