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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTJR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY U7THWUDGE HERALD CO. LTD. Proprietors B3 Sixth St. sjethferidge, Aloera. W. A. BUCHANAN and Directat. JOHN TORRANCE Susiaess H. O. LONG C. B- MATTHEWS Secretary. There is consideraole controversy these days over changing name cf Dominica. Day to Canada Day. Some years ago the naaie of a PICKED UP The Wreckers f PASSING ace. emphasis iias been -aid in. .-_ nrltfr rn Mr. t pop THE BDSY READER e to take GRUBSTAKING OFTEN PROVES PROFITABLE iPOJI ires s.3 _ ,n and Mont_ r mt3-.-ajy-g ard was to ecu-; ,_ ,x iiwje The area of da- say :ha: Boat and barge building opera- death thoiigh. agreement was so ad-' bee woulc rer.. a. reached should be celearaiec saisist well have been cerae lax 10.Ct-an-a _.Q. voiuaie. reports reaching the Urxis faced by; certain ecrjcpoas onl> JU. sav and more thaa 100 the as somaawK- stated, would tara are employed there, including Day because cf :he tact tna. as auoa sax- 'some 60 steel workers. Ersp-e whose flas the sunf tha: the breakdown is never sea greatest develop- j sense i Edasontoa Wednesday Mr. saw the tomorrow we here in Canada will------------------------- f- Off to Hats OS so Veterans Or Canada on the occasion e- sixth anniversary of their outbreak of the S- end Great War. Six years ago on ice i bv Dr. G. M. Little, medical heaith f, c- A -s the breakdown a particu-: taxes w radons can contnbUM to the peace to the end that r. be made provincial j j f 4 for tne uucuracy of Drew _.o.e --a- uv c fishir.e jcdustrv in J S'SAi i-y-- in the Christian Science Monitor. THAT BODY OF YOURS (JAMES W. BARTOM. MJOJ IJciUac AU Health Agenciw A man cf moderate means learn- ing that a certain family named. Blank were in poor circumstances racked a generous basket and sent, ifto the name of the poor lamsly to arrive the day before Ctonst- mas. Meeting a resitens oi kne same street as Blank's ae U-e Blank's had got along for The reply was that Blank's had done tne best en tne street as they had received 15 Backed baskets for Christmas. Since that time in most communities what is called welfare organiza- lions arrange '.a help all nceoy families bus. by co-operation wiUi organizations there is liille or no duplications, not m Sas- test km." in other channels of life __sickness, f ud. children's care ana other needs- As good health is life's human asset seejns af :er the health. the individual and the family, is the chosen work of many volun- tary health, and welfare organiza- tions the men and women oi which give without siini of their time and moiiev. -The American people every year pour some liftv million dollars in- to the coffers'of their non-profit voluntary health work. Three hun- dred thousand board members, and manv more volunteers give time and "energy to the health agencies oi the country." I asn quoting from a bulletin of the National Health Council. 1790 fcroadvav. .Sew York 19, N.Y. However, just as our charitable organizations lorinerly over-lapped, and still do to some extent, so do our health orgaruzatioi-s as shown bv a survey made by investigators them well in! served their country :n Second Great War. We carce to know Lethhridge because here they con- j ducted the largest prisoner-of-war t camp in the Dominion- Their j faithfulness in their duty and their ing people are fed. Interdependent I ui... I irISc-; Hiiolerabie upon j sis as a wrecker, i the rest of the Canadian people. But ine o ie w. i ,i............ H is the desire of these, to as formed -------_-- nrovincial premiers to direct public perforaiance is that se desired a "T; ____i He. the head 01 a bv a survey made by investigators An Ottawa Girl Shops In London .av ol .the reports rescuing to town anu me VIAI.-K rnade them vith the people for it general good nature islks ac Prime Minister level going Work on the Grimshax-Greai Save Lake road is well ahead of Public Works Minister W. Fallow said, and erection of a cues-Ions involvec: provinces womo giacuy saic. ana erection oi a irirTiT-a., "bo in'o an end- ed. The one who did not need ine isteel bridge started Wednesday -a-angis, money prevented others vrho cud j across the iiiekle river on the route ICbO s- t rViJa favorites general knowledge tha; the ms- of them had sacrificed to serve their King and Country a. second time. The L-ethbridge carcp the largest in Csrsada, yet in the years of its operation curias -Krell' prisoners were guarded _. Minisrer ievei constitutional clears more talk they conceive them, will be -Unusual these abou. Cana- the Dupiess there was never a reported escape, and never an. untoward incident j Tne firmness together wita tne with which the Vet- erans Guard handled this cffiicuit task has had. we believe, s pro- found eSecs upoa the Gerroan pris- oners in the camp; ii has been a lesson in democracy as practiced in a country where men are free. The camp will be closing ap with- in s. few months and she Guard wili be going to their homss. On this Eixth anniversary of their found- ing as a. unit in Canada's defence we salute the Veterans Guard of Canada- days abou relations. Canada is close to and a seif-goveni- ing nation of the Sritish Common- _ of Natic-Es. She has often caHed the interpreter between United Kingdom and the Unit- ed Sates, and during the war she filled that role well. Most people Ui be content to leave rela- between Grimshavi- and the provin- cial houcdan'. the attitude of Mr. Dapiessis. His! There is no intention here of; constitutional and federal ,argu- j falling: int the arsume: _ meat wi _ti-. intention here of constitutional and federal argu- Five new assistans trace com- BU- c- ments. as will be shown, QO no: misslor.ers were visitors in Calgary tui o- mf bT "Mr.; bear examination. Wednesday, completing a tour cc- arm. 'signed to acquamt, tnem with un- rial bouedary. Five new assistant trade com- iBv Mrs. Francis MacDonnell lormer Ottawa Journal reoorier, in a letter to mat paper; I walked do-oi to West, lianng 12 tUiAatd -Limev" gets the of it. .The lper> audierlce roars with cehgntea jaasungs read in- laughter when the incident is de- Britain. J such lengths. 5fT4. V croSec the week's i The material, evidence.of the WC-1X siiiOttiii. j As tne grocery X droppec the weed's j rauon into one pocket, and butter into' the j gaping and i naolished now only in empty blocks. de- is Debt, Usury and Sardines By R. J. DEACSMAK >ree enterprise is exporting i. between the dons that way as these days cf from European countries to America while millions of peo- ple are actually starving in Srrope. There is nothing ic. this business cf export- ing to -Rorid markets, ex- ecuting the extremity of con- -vinrics on a con-i ditions'of starvation "next dco- roles and powfe pouacs o_ a to the -warehouses where looc, i S t-O ti-iental basis there is these relations, anc. no The Price of Milk Farmers of Eastern Ontario have decided they are going "on strike" if "they do not receive per hun- dred for their milk. With the removal of the two cents per quart federal subsidy on June 1, the price of milk to the consumer wiH advance aH_ across Canada by two cents a quart. The farmer who produces the milk wili get tha init instead of fee Government paying: part of the cost the consumer will have to pay it gTL Which may be a good thing because a lot of people never real- ized when they were paying 10 cents a quan; that they were not paying the full price. We doubt if the Government ever got the credit for paying the two-cent, sub- sidy so thav the average worker would receive his milk supply at doubt that is what is being done ar London now in the talks among the Empire Prime Ministers. The problems of the self-governing Do- so much that u ___ [Vje cornrnon ground ormerabershiD within the Empire that a basis for discussion can be found. For Australia Zea- are of the Southern Hemi- far removed from Britain _ f is being loaded into ships, to he carried as the tribute of usurv to terests of deb: finance, stufis are exoorted from hun- grv Surooe to well-fed North America "as cart of the busi- ness of exchanging pounds, francs and guilders for dol- lars." J signed to acquaint, them with im- i porters and exporters and local business and industries, before leav- ing to represent the Dominion in far comers of the world- Treasury bills amounting to Si.- 5-1.000 have been paid to banks thi Slav I answer the sentence: No one is resuocsibie. iais wholly natural development arises from the innate desire cf human- beings to grstifv their wishes with the touchstone of human progress. "What en earth has debt finances to do with trading sardines for TMs 'tem is taken from wheat? The exchange of moaetary TGIS strange -ie-j- f th transaction inth br the Saskatchewan gov- emnient." Provinciai Treasurer C. M. Pines disclosed at Regina. Of this amount SaSO.OOO was for guar- antees to the banks during the re- lief period, M. Fines said. William Patterson of Brooklyn. Jf.T.. nresioerit of the Canadian Linotvbe Compasy. in Ottawa, re- ported" an advance on the good old- fashioned smoke linotype machine thr.t prints Cree. It tumed out several books in the ioined at me nearest green- grocer's. After a cursory glance ai _ic liiw aneic. oi me anu a moment of self-satislactorv reflection that. j. B-a noiv one ol uiese aouiiraDie people, I buried mvself in the day's news, i asked for carrots and them cut. fcne looked for my shop- ping bag and X offered ner tfle jjaiiy She shook her head doubcfuiiv and left me to capture j ly and there is little to suggest tne panic and less of life which existed during those years. The Englishman, whose land it, was. will make no commens but the Canadi- an will tell vou all about; it. Canadians" in uniform, found a good reception in England, proba- bly better" than many of them de- served. Canadians in "civvies" get the same good reception. IT, was not merelv a wartime contingency. -I'm srcud of ray Canadian friends" one Englishwoman told %Z Canadian acgent in England, to serve others wno had come bet- ter prepared. A queue of London's patient, utflitv-nucded housewives iooked on witn amusement until I cies "uneven in their despite their great help working in the fields of tuberculosis, can- cer mental hygiene, blindness and others. In one city thirteen separ- ate agencies, public and private, were lound to be furnishing yisitr- mg nurses. To correct this situa- ion a national movement is under wav to helo every community in the country establish its own Health, Council representing all local health organizations, orivate and official. General Thomas Parran, United States Public Health Service, states that extending basic health ser- vices to all parts of the country cannot be accbaiDlished without the united endeavor "of the official and non-official agencies. a. Decent issue of the Ottawa Citi- units of Vancouver Is- men -worry aoout Canada, and close to uie people of the world and southeastern Asi seneraHy- South Africa is part; of the South-- em Hemisphere, too, pan. of the continent of Africa, and also iar removed from the heart of the Em- pire. Canada occupies half of tne North American land mass, but is spareely populated, being held fay a. mere people, Canada strongest nation in the worid. the greatest trader, richest by almost any standard. -Rn-nrrrar is a of Maior' things which might well keep thera! is a -J--U s for tne Temainder of their Truman has signed legislation desisted to facUitate suptwrter of that peculiar i cays cult. The" quoted paagraph bears j certain icarkec characteristics ir. and attenuated. Iso are siipnlied to reinforce the con- tentions! There is no statement of the quantity of foods shipped from Eurobe to of the countries from which these pro- ducts come. Sporting in general is covertlv condemned. It pres- ents 2. false picture of ship loads DCZiii fac-J! Views of the Press BIRIXS DOWNFALL (Peterborough Examiner.) _ are was started in Stratford by a "bird which aicked up a lighted cisarette butt. There is a moral in this: that bird rose early, got all A vi tmS Diru. iUic of food, callously moved, from areas t tne couid hold, had no re- millions are starvinE. ship- j fnr the rest of ____- I LUC where millions are starving, spsctaoie occupation for the rest of pec to America, the land of abund- d -Dgj-ame pyromaoiac. ance The word "usury" is slipped ___ f ance. The word "usury" is slipped into the lass. line, though it has no relevancv to the topic unnsr discus- "is a Social Credit signal. a message to the faithful telling ITS WORTH KEEPING (Moose Jaw Tiraes-Jierald) Democracv is the one and only system which brings full and aberai a mer; people, Canada b ________..._. _ from one country to another. mand determines the movement. Somedrces price is a. factor, some- J---- the pre-war price. But evidently the farmers of Eastern Ontario are not satisfied the price they iiave been re- ceiving. Their costs of carrying on business are higher. Farm labor costs have jumped from WO a month to slOO and over plus board- Feed costs are higher. Machinery costs are higher. So the farmer is taking a, leaf out of the books of labor and they can't f el their price they producs. I; is going be something of a new experience .to have fanner; go on strike. Perhaps it will direc attention to a class of people who work longer and harder and get less social security protection than class in living to. corses with less of modern eq-oip- Close relations are between Canada and United S Geograpav has said it cannot ce i to oonietiiiics, u-icc ictnuj., times quality determines the direc- tack it. Canadians bound to exist J -goa of the movement- Canada ample of this in re "shins wheat to the United States individuals, can "destrov itself. Democracy can be utilized "to defend those who at- s have had an es> 'eceac weeks, when 000 new homes within the nest two years. Congress previously agreed io for subsi- dies to stimulate production of scarce building materials. Rev. Wesley Bainbridge of Ed- monton, former R.C.AJF. chaplain. The Road Ahead By Capt- J. Harper Browse, iLL-A. ABOUT BOSSES "Dsually, one of the first things a i .ai.tu. "learns when he begins to -clipoies7' to dukes, has left no W0rk on a new job. is the "dope i boss. This information is given absolutelv iree and vvith greax entnusiasm by feUcw employees, having, worked for LQe boss for a considerable period of time nave had an opportunity of getting the facts. The lacts are nearly ai- ways s. little disconcerting to tne out, carrots thoug paper string. But a brief month's contact witn a variety of Londoners, from bus to dukes, has left no douot thai; there was nos, a person j on in uiat long une oi snoapeis wno would not- have offered me help if anvthing could have teen done to alleviate that embarrassing little situation. Such incidents are con- stantly recurring here. The Eng- lish ration book, due largely to tne number of commodities under its monron lo-raer i ci.uijiixii. nuiuun u- told "a meeting of the Associa- jurisdiction, is infmitely more com- tion of the United Cisurch in Ed- plicated than its Canadian counter- monton that Christianity was at a T mieiips "low in England and urged a united front of all Christian forces to fight the evils of the world today" C. S. Eccles. transportation man- ager of the Winnipeg Board of Trade and a member of the advis- ory ion of the Dominion transport controller, wiil leave shortlv for ilontreai where he will attend a meeting called by the transport controller for May 30. Mr. Secies will represent Winnipeg and the prairie- provinces. Whitehall Notebook Br JAMES McCOOK (Canadian Press Staff Writer) Thomas, 40-year- old parliamentary secretary to tht civil" aviation ministrv, is a mild- voiced buc deterrained_ Welsh journ- alist who has decided to honor his office by learning to fly an airplane new employee. Bosses ail seem to be a strange men. Mr" seems, were bom Many He is taking instruction from a civil-aviation ministry pilot and says he has found flying "the most natural form of locomotion in the world." This former infantry of- ficer who was editorial tvriter on the News Chronicle before yie war is something cf an authority on speedr movement. He was a not- able runner 20 years ago. winning top races on the continent as well as in the United Kingdom. Top hat il-P.: Sir William Darl- 5ng, "Conservative IvLP. for part. I have held up whole queues in the midst of a rush_hour while a. frisndlv grocer explained to me uu-si, what was lor sale and what was! tors The veteran is reminded oi not; what was on points and what j oia army story which ends on weeklv or monthly bases, rjie question: "Where do you Ko one anaeared to mind tne delay they get our Eergeant- >7T! a 5ng, "Conservative IvLP. for Jidin- o? Ven? ft buigh South and former lord pro- TO out vost of the Scottish capital, recent- tLH i from member's right 'molt Ko one anaeared to mind tne delay in tne least. Several offered sug- gestions, 'ihe jLiignsn, contrary LO tradition, are surely the most A Tjondon paper recently printed a. story written by a Canadian ex- servicernan revealing that Canadians planned to go into Ciwy These stories all have a familiar ring. Most veterans have sense enougn to realize wnat it is jsexitc friendly, the most unconsciously ?n abous and do not take iJiem nolite people in the world. seriouslv. Buc to those veterans who are taking jobs for the lirst time IB for the first time in their few words of esplan- ation, and of warning, won't go Beclaring in KuIaddpWa.nKatof 1 nds side of the buy apples from sources. Canada gets most oil from "D.S- or from areas in the Americas. ntherwise" So have natural re-j the United States and-slbip apples otnerwjse. ou to that country. Scrap iron moves into Canada from the United States in the East, moves into the United States from the Canadian West. I Those objective has i are Ulli'lHi HJ1JJ1- J been to assist; those who would, if dent Beclarins in Fhuaueioma most oi si tSsi completely opposite system in t__ couritrv, have been seeking the as- sistance of the institutions which they would destroy. Gordon Graycon, MJP., not so whether Mr. Bowman long ago in the house of commons coal from TJ.S, moss of her steel I has a pjarx usury and the weaknesses of gov- throughout Canada. .The resolution i 1-aUi UUIX m. v- which faa to to On tne. other naad on Canada for most of her news- Mr. Bowman gives us this quota- c 'tion from Senator Neil McLean of ca of her Idmoer, print, much of her lumber, tically all her nickel requirements, and we car. supply also great quan- tities of copper and zinc and other metals entering into industry. The interdependence between the two countries is greater than between any other two nations in the world, j and it is no iurprise that the trade' between them is greater than be- tween any other two countries in So when Empire and Canadian- American relations are under dis- cussion there are many angles to consider. And this applies to de- New Brunswick: "There is certainly sornethirjg wrong with such an uneconomic system. Ships leave American Dorts loaded with fish products, for instance, and in mid-Atlan- tic meet ships from Europe destined for America loaded with similar products. This does not make sense and some- one should be held account- The Senator is a distinguished citizen, a competent business man. He is a packer of sardines. His brands are krwRTi all If Mr. Bowman stop trade. meat, 02 the average, than anyj fence against war as well as in other dass in the Dominion withj matters of trade and fisance. Wha? the average Canadian I tuning as occupation. pleasant Bond. said, noting there was room for new piano tuners. "A piano tuner gets into some of the very nicest homes. astray. now in "For reasons which it isn't neces- safv to dwell unon there are many employees who nave developed their ability to hate the boss to an un- his head. For the occasion he chose a nanc- some silk toaper, which even in london is unusual today- Sir Wil- liam had a nleasant fantasy to follow when he spoke of the plan of Hugh Dalton, chancellor of the exchequer, to have excise licences permitting serving drinks in air- craft. It would, he suggested, be a new experience to acquire a hang- over in licensed premises in the stratosDhere but there was an R_ft_P. a quick excursion into the air was the soundest cure for the morning-after feeling. Pithy letters _frpm political opponents still _are oeing" England are sola to fully what the Canadian saw in London, or. for that matter, in any part of England. JLne big majority of young Canadian wo- men'who have settled in this coun- afcuity" to hate the boss; to an un- by Er5c L. Gandar Dower, usual degree. To hear them tell IL, conservative H.P- for Caithness he is some kina QJ. an cvi. spiru in i Sutherland who said during human form sent to j eiecnon campaign last year that Louis, .the 10-year-ola wives of Englishmen. p.ey have, for the them far less than they works them far harder than is rieat, and spends the ill-gotten which their laoors maie Portuguese East Africa May 31. via Prince Kupert. Edmonton and east- ern Canada. He will travel in charge of Rev. and Mrs. Eariey school The. e are men ana_wo naopened to be on furlough in in _hs, t jmcti 'o- ada who hold ideals that are not in svmpathy with the Canadian con- j cept of democracy. i Commenting on this discussion. in the commons, the Windsor Starj says: Ojuestion which Mr. Gordon from SjS. Richmond Hill. most part, fitted, or tried to fit, into a groove which is already part- ly channelled out for them. Many- have not found it easy and others have openly expressed dissatisfac- tion. Uii- The Canadian girl who sees Lon- don through the eyes of a Canadian ex-soldier dashes from one end of the city to the other and back within the meaning of the j ,iHl act. and ____ up some act which was a hi in "The question which :slr. Gordon trade union act, and whose tontea opened up is of grave importance should not accede to the cortrasts to this country. It is one from products Workers' Union's ap- DOT owi rarSull- which many shy away, because j potion for collective bargaining snarclv wita our own car-full, o frOYlGTal t TT-oe Tit" IflhOi" there is a. fairly general reluctance i righ to. impose a political censorship on T-e3a the teaching profession. Democracy itself can be brought in to defend was dismissed by the labor it was announcea ngauons it was announcea t, in i jy afly. persuasion, the average Ettg- __ .__ ,_ llshman will discard his traoitional Pew coastwise jessels in conservatism and tell vou what he ar.d out of Bntisn Columoia poriS h ho _.-n.. -nf> the jxjssible exception of the fisher- i cien. Legion and Housing The Canadian Lesion as its an- nual convention declared iiself dis- satisfied with the present hocusing would like to see, we believe, is! jcot will be involved by the strike of the _ _ n _ C2.21Xlu! on will oe mvoivea oy tne sinte me j a rar it Canadian Seamens Union, j of ;ea with tne iradesand Laoor Con- he doesn.t against, any man in his work, be it he is" here. And when one looks around the fact which is most c surprising is that England, after situation and the Dominion ernraent's program to meet it. Nobody is satisfied with the ing situation. It is an aftermath of the depression thirties and the Second Great War. We -5o not know what organization would have criticized more strongly during ths war, than would the Legion, if the Government had diverted men from cutting timber and lumber for war purposes, and men from mak- ing the munitions, to the building up of a backlog lumber and hard- ware for a peacetime housing pro- gram. J11 i nrovir.cial ir.castria! development; board, anrsourced. Amons the maj- sardines. Here mav be the clue to schools the this system, yet that to bring harm to any other countrj intrude it into their professiona ___________ __ ern utilities Ltd.. wns elected" dent of She Society of Industrial crams, ;j possible in the most wasteful ana luxurious kinds of riotious living. He lies awake nights thinking up new wavs of exploiting his em- ployees, doesn't; appreciate any- thing they do for him and never misses a chance of making tneir lives miserable- All in all, he is a good person to despise and sieer clear of. f Tne answers to all this are, 01 course, perfectly obvious to any thinking person- If a man is nos paid wnat he is worth then he is perfectly free to leave his joo and seek emplovment where his unusual abilities will be better appreciated and better paid. Bosses know this. They also know which of iheir employees are loyal to them, wmcn ones can be trusted to work wnen they are not being watched, ones deserve promotion, ana wmcn ones are capable of handling bigger jobs. If they don't know these things thev will soon either go broke, if they are ronning their own businesses, or be replaced u they work for someone else. The veteran going on a new-300, u-ill then be well advised to form tired his own opinions, based on his own observations. He will do well to remember that a lot of shop con- versation has a way of fir.cing its way eventually to the ears of the beaten. The Caithness Liberal Association sent him a new letter asking him what prevents him resigning and his reply reiterates his previous statements that he had expected to resign from a Churchill national government and instead found hiia- self an opposition member. He also had expected the Japanese war last 18" to 24 months longer than 20 Years Ago From the Files of The Lethbridge Herald. R. J. Dinning, former Letbbridge resident, is investigating Alberta in- dustrial opportunities for the gov- ernment W. H. Wattis. vice-president and general manager of the Utah-Idaho Sugar company, is in the south in- specting beet acreages. The Magrath irrigation district are ready to sign with tr.e for water to irrigate the new acre project- Bank clearings this week were S393.511.36, as compared with last years clearings of Pincher Creek citizens favor a 24-hour electric service. They also want cement sidewalks. i interest, in uis weuare 01 a uiou The Ellison Milling Company will leuiai exiiausuon. i they know is ioval to them, j onen new elevators at Picture Butte if your boss isn't treating you abd GJenwood shortly. Every revue currently running in i then the thing to do is to i iccadilly Circus contains its -bit i quit and find another job. If he is since the official opening of the treating voa fairly then the thing tnuriKi camo at Henderson Park I Piccadilly bring' them. Geography weighs heavily in world relations today. It is to be hoped that British Empire and American geopraphy can be made to dovetail for the good of the whole world. "Wed 1800 Years" headline. Tune to celebrate. jsane? I Here is the final quotation: "The question must occur to some people: Who 5s account- able? The enlightened New Brunswick Senator would pro- bablv answer: 'No particular in- dividual, or of individu- als, but a perverted system of trade.' "The legitimate interests of the people 'n trade, as produ- cers, distributors and consum- ers, are sacrificed to the la- j oent oi me tocieiv cu dsor paper states that. Accountant? of Alberta at the xn- believe in democracy of nual meeting: in Edmonton. Other T1 t> the Canadian variety are entirely within their rights" in wanting to' remove these influences from the schools. It remarks that if the handful who adhere to the ideolo- gies opposed to our system are given officers nre T. R. Humphries. Cal- srary first vice-president: R. R- Gib'b. Calsarv. second vice-presi- dent: F. H. Ougden, Cateary. sec- retary-treasurer: A. P. Bowsher ot Calsarv J. V. Dodos. Edmonton. gies ooposea co our system BIVC" o. v. too free a rein, it merely means that i "McDonald Edmonton. W. :NOODS. Canadians the things to lose. WJiat They Say Walter Lippmann. on his re- turn to the United States from Europe: "'Ail European governments, ail parties and all leading are act- ing as if there would be another world war. The German prob- lem as seen in Moscow and in Lon- don is, fundamentally, whether in the event of war the Germans are to be used by the Rus'nans or by the Western powers. This is a terrible if anything is to be fact 1 councillors. have to treating you fairly then the thing to do is "to give nisi all the sup- port of which you are capable. If it appears to him that you are worth more than he is paying you. then you can be swre that he will see that you get promotions or in- creases in order that he may not lose your services. The boss is al- ways" looking for men who are capable and who have a sense of responsibility and whom he feels he car. trust. Finally, the ability of the boss to treat you -well, to give you pro- motions -and increases, depends primarily on hov well his business does It is in your interests and his interests to see that your job is done as efficiently and well as possible. It is in your interests and tourist camp at Henderson Pars there have beer, up to date 47 cars ucith 147 tounsls. Miss McNab. a school teacher In the city for the nast 17 years. wiH go to the Klondvke, where she will be principal at Dawson City. his to see that his firm gets a good name. As an employee you have a to be a salesman and a good- will ambassador for the firm. If you remember these things, and be susaicious of the man who tries to make you believe that your in- terests are any different from the boss', then you'll find your boss is a pretty good fellow to work for. INEWSPAPERif SFAPERl ;