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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMHKK 1. 1910 THE LKTIiniUDGn DAILY HERALD, PAGE THIRTEEN ROTARY Ik Profits Most Who Sa- ves Rest THE ROTARY CLUD Meets onco each for luncheon or dinner. Membership formed on (lie unique jilau ot ono active and representative num from each lino of business and profession in the community. Benefits Making the acquaintance uf mtu you to know. llenuine, wholesome good-fellow- Developing true and helpful fricr.Js.J Kullglitment aa to other work, problems, and successes. Kducatiou ia met hods that 3 urn's so clllclciicy. Sllniuliuron. of your desire (o b" j ot service lu your fcllowmcti unit' t-ocicly in general. HUoineEs returns that conic Ironi i enlarging your acquaintance and in-! ApiriiiB confidence in you and your business. Obligations To attend meetings regularly. To your dues promptly, To do yojr part when called upon. To bo a b'K-liearlcd, brond-mlmlcd man n[ energy anil leal Itolavlau. The Objects of the Rotary Club To promote ;ind develop ia) Illgii et'nlcal standard5 in bus- iness and prorcfstons. The ideal of scrriec as HID lusis cl nil worthy enterprise. (c) The active interest of eveiy Jlotarian. in tho civic, commercial, so- cial and moral welfare ot his com- munity. (tl) TJie development of broad acquaintanceship as an opixirtunity for service as well as an aid lo SHC- TIic Interchange of Id M.I and of methods aa a moan-; of increasing tlio efficiency and useful- lies a o! I lot a Hi us. (I) Tlio recognition of Ihc worthi- ness of all legitimate occupations and the dJgulfying of tlio occupation of each Jtoturlaii as affording liEru UQ op- portunity to servo society. An Interesting ond .distinctive fea- ture- of Jtolary is tint tlio members aro known to ono another by. I heir first or nick names, euth handles as "Mr." and prohibited am- nii jj Utilarlaua. The I.elhbrldgo Rotary Club re- (t-iveil its charter in May wjlb. a membership of eight ecu. It ILIIS grown slowly but uleadily until now ;J3 classifications aro represented as appears by llio following list ol mcmbrea Khner Cominla- 5 loner. Art Hill ll'll Luglneer. Jack I Joe Nert He rl 3 Uerald "Hack" Exc- CUllVP. llan-y Goods i Dentist. Hoy "Tadre----- Gc-orge -Metals, John Experi- mental Farnis. George Fleming Yin Kstate. Art "DsHl" Lands. CJcorge General I'niclitiaiicr. Iliirold llnb -Insuranco. George Hardware (Whole- Colin Asa Goods. Engineer. Guy Supplies. Tc'in II Id pa Fred Imple- ments. George (Whole- Frank President "Fred" Rpooncr lias re- ceived word that IntcrnatirJaal Presl JPURE AND 1ICIOUS 1 !Is a most satisfactory beverage. Fine flavor and aroma and it. is healthful. Well made cocoa, contains nothing that is harmful and much- that is beneficial. It is .practically all nutrition.. Choice Recipe book free. Walter Baiter Co.Limited Established I7OO. Montreal, Can. Canada Food Hoard LiccnsclI-690 J of stockings! Truly.' Trie rules of wear and tear they know from A to Z. Yer, try as will, it takes (hem longec to go through the knees of Pcrunans stockings, f Tlicrt's something more than strong re-infbrcfng to defy the wear and Icar. The yarn is of special Jong-fibre, spun rjrcrully (o insure strength, To make sure of cxlu -vear as well as neatness and warmtli, mothers need only remember the name Pcnmjns. "TUB STAM1AHD of EXCELLENCE" THE UTILITY OF ONE-ARMED MEN The [flea that because a man has lost an arm or part of one, he la, gen- erally epeakiug, useless for work lo any practical line of endeavor, seems to be .yery prevalent, nml Is absolute- ly Incorrect. suffering an arm amputation can ren- der himself H''J 11 CT ceut. efTicient in many lines of endeavor. Of the man himself, his <3is- PRINCE OF WALES WILL VISIT SPAIN MADRID, Oct. la re- ixmt-d that the Prince ol Wales will visit SpDin neii A gown of Irish, lace, on. eihibitlon position, his tastes nod abHUIca, IUUSL itl Ntw York, took Miss M. Hawklm I ItL- Taki-n into uccu-jnt toseibcr with i hU sriL anil (U-ternilnnlion [o f men for jcars are and and make a useful citizen of li hive been euues-ful formers, und I once more. stvm years ot continuous work to make at hi-r Lome in Syria. It is val- ued at J200QO. :o I'rince Viewing the CYowd Iron) ihc Mayor's Car, 1'raEric. nL "llcrt" Adnms of Atlanta. Gcor- a will lie present, at tlie annual con iitloii o; district No. iy to Ije licM Calgary on April a Tuesday lael was a red letter day ilic annals ot the Lcllihrjdec. Rotary _ib beiiiK the occasion of the official sit of hr. "CiMivford" of rt Williain, Goveinor of District i. 10. of Ibc Gov- nor'a time wblle In Ihc city was cupicd in the interest of the local ub and every nieruuer of the local nb is convinced lhat "Crawford" Is rc-al fellow and deeply imlmud with iyli ECUSC of ihc ideals ot otary, and, for the earnest mati- i n vrh ich he conducted all Bcssioii-; which lie lie Id ivhilc In city, lie lias made a warm per- il friend of each local Itolarian. otary In I.elhbrldfic lias received a onclcrful impulse as a result, of his sit. News of.llic midden death uf llotar- an "Jim" "Williams, of Calgnry, came s a sliock lo ihe members oi Hie I.elh- rldgc "Jhn" had n warm place n the hearts of Kolarians throughout district. Governor McCullough j aid a high IributG lo his atrrling i Tth and :i .-illciit toast was drunk his memory at the dinner OD Tuea- ay iiiglu. XexL iveik's luiiclicon of tlic club he hej] on Thursday at ai V.M.C.A. When tlie mcmhcrs of he Board of Trade will be present to ear Prof. Stcfasson, the Arctic Ci- lorer, who will address Ihe club. Jajianrso f ludcnts In the Unllctl States flocktd to for llio conference. To secure admissicn thpy obtained credentials froui cse newspapers. .Vow they ovtrwhuhtj Ihe accommodation antl number 1 much luerrinirrii, tesi3 carried out 07 IQC Votatiuaal IJraQcb. of the Uepai I incut of Soldiers' Civil He-Establishment have, dciiioc- atraled lhat a iiiiu wltli only a four- Inch stuuijt on his rlghl. arm Tilted wild a. arm aud sultablo ap- pliance, was to tlo moat o( the jobs about a farm, hoeing, digging wltu both spade and shovel, digging i iiosl aud bulldlnE fences, I feeding and taking ture of stock, nar- J nc-ssiug bnd driving (jiichlog 1 hay, planting and Iransplanling trees 1 and plants, iveijjhiiig milk cans, load- I ing tlicm on the milk ami uriv- _ lug farm iractors. From a scrips of j (Cats carried out iu the Curative Work- shops of the Dominion Orllioiuedlc Hospital, Toronto, it has been fully1 demoiiElratcU tbal Ann can do a whole lot of successful work j In cabinet making; and handling lools as hammer, saw, chisel, screw' even some apprehension. Jusi noiv is ihe ecunonrc of and other tools necessary to this kind or work. One man fcj.i Uerelopcd a passion for carving witli a penknife anil shows conFlderaljlc and ability, turn- ing out splendid work-. In fact It has been Euniily that a nuu BLIJE TEA, It's sad to think how much good money is spent on poor tea, despite the fact that Blue Ribbon is on sale in every store. Peculiar Situation at World Labor Conference Now ing Held in Washniglon WASHINGTON, NOT. apimintinc-nL of Samuel Rompers, president of Llio American Federation or Labor, lo represent American workers al Ihc International abor conference raises new problems. Since Iho opening of the conference, scats marked by n small Unltcc Stales flag have been reserved (or delegates from Ihc United SULca, but the seats have heen vacant Tho league of nations, o[ which th conference la really a liranch, was I fathered by President Wilson. The labor sections of the peace were drafted by nn International committee, of which Mr. Gompers vas chairman. Yet, the United States government re- mains unrepresented at the confer- ence. There h even now pending be- fore (ho United Slates senate a motion lo slrllio the whole labor section from Ihe peace treaty EO far as tho United Stales is concerned. What then will be Mr. Compcrs' position al Iho confcrnnce should no lalte part in Its en- titled.lo a vote, bow tar will bo valid? These aro points whlcli glvo rlso lo some questioning. Application to Iho United Slates of any recommendations or conventions ndoplcd by Hie conference 13 regarded by the Canadian representation hero as of special concern lo Canada. This Is particularly the cnso in re- gard lo any allcm'nl (o place Interna- tional restrictions on of labor.' The conference In tills icspect may act in two ways. After a, decision haj been reached on llm adoption ot nny proposals, tho conference will deter- mine whlrfi of tlio two forms the pro- posals will lake: (a) A convention wllli n vleif lo cffecl being1 EITCH In it liy national legislation, or a draft convenllon. On the final vote In citlier case a ma- jority of tno-tlnrds of Ihe votes cast by the delegates present will Lo neces- sary. Any convention adopted is, however, subjccl [o ratification lie- foro U becomes binding. Thero Is h fnrlbcr provision of im- portance both 10 Canada and the United Slates: Where llic power of a federal authority lo enlcr Inlo'lahor conventions Is limited, Iho govern- ment Is entitled (o treat the conven- tion as a recommendation only. In view of the situation which has Ji'risen Ihrrc Is n Icnllcpcy In official Wash- ington lo discontinue the whole con- ference proceedings. One oven hears tho claim Ihal they were irregular, seeing Ihal Ihe league of nations has not been ofCEclally constituted. None Iho leas Ihc orlcnlal tide con- .Japanese everywhere. Ono Japanese newspaper hag no leas than 21 accredited at- lending Iho conference. The- explana- tion Illuminates I lip oriental mind. Beautifully Knit from the Softest Wool TWINER children's stockings than these cannot be made. For there is no finer wool than the soft, silky Australian lambs' wool from which we spin the yarn. And there is no better process than ours of knitting that lovely yarn into hosiery. Little Darling Stockings are made especially for babies and kiddies up to seven. Soft and warm, and toe. Not a fear of closely, but affording perfect ventilation. You will admit you never saw anything finer in infants' clothes. Little Daisy Stockings are made in sizes up to twelve years. They have extra strength in heel and toe. There is unusual wear, as you know, in these famous stockings. And r there, is the protecting warmth that romping, tireless legs must have. A wide range of shades, and fast black.'' for Little Darling- or Little Daisy where you, buy your clothes. IFrile lo as if they cannot supply you. Chlpman Holloa Knlulng Co.; Limited, Hamilton, Ont. LITTLE DARLING" LITTLEDAISY LJ 1 HOSIERY FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN ;