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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY KBKALJJ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Compares Conditions In Old Land With Those In Canada MINES ARE HOPE OF MANITOBA lotarians Hear Highly Interest- ing Address from Roiarian Patterson RETURNS FROM THE FAIR AND CARNIVAL Condllions in England and Canada fere- compared at the RoUry Club's: UECheon .Monday by Rotarlin Pat Patterson. Mr. Patterson recently re-1 rednced. Under present day conditions turned from a visit to his _pld foundings in-Glasgow and at sur- _ _____ the gave; his explanations of the renditions in the oldoountry. The chief source ot discontent, te laid, has been caused through the con- Ulions that prevailed during the early days o! the war. Then -working men were obtaining, particularly In the Oydeside district, of'the dernind for quick delivery ot war materials. the worklusmen were provided with a good margin over tho cost ,of living they learn ed something -ol the "comfort money can give At that time the high of llvine had not commenced to make itsel felt is it did it a later date when the slowly being the demand for war material has stop- ped ths high cost ot living is there and tha workingmen th same'JnargbY they obtained during tbi early period ot the iw, -In'deicrlblng the livirig-'conditlon: Mr. Patterson said a person coulfl liv more comfortably; ia the old COM try on a thousand pounds a year than they Canada on the'up- Duriii his opening "remarfcs he told ot the tprohlbiUpn-campaign in Scot- aia: said "it Is receiving very 0X0 GENERATES HEAT Concentrated Bwf fortify v "Body Agalolt An Oio cube dissolved in a cnp of tot water is a splendid thing to take before going out in cold or on coming-in, if one feels the slightest ili effects. Besides its nourishing and invigorating pro- perties, O.xo acts "as a fnelin the ..Body, generating heat that tla sys- tem requires. Oso tins of four and ten endless... possibil- iities. Ppr soups, sauces, gravies, savory 'dishes and meat jellies, dp'all that meat and do it, quicker, and frith less troubled TJse Oxo cnbW with 'lef and oddments for new, There 13 nothing better than Oxo for building sturdy boys an conducted the municipality plan Three questions are-being asked. The Is "Shall present conditions and the second asks about a redncyon ofjthe number ot licensed "one" "reference to tiie wiplns'but'of the bar entirely. one arrives In the old coun- try, effects'of the war, on tba surface, cannot he seen. Very few women are being, employed in transportation, lie Saw a few as cleaners on the railway cars but none were employed as con- ductors or guards. Some items, particularly clothes, are cheaper fn the old country than in Canada; He spoke of shoes and sbSrts. stilts and overcoats. The basis of. liv- ing is cheaper in the old country than in Canada, .continued Mr. Patterson Conditions before the war in the old country were; not ideal-Jor the work- ing classes; and at the present time conditions are far removed from the ideal. Before the war the- average working man was not contented but he 'was .not altogether discontented. Now he Is not contented but Is act- ively discontented. Continuing, the speaker then outlined his reasons for Prof. H. C. Wallace. Commission er for Northern Manitoba, who cm ihasizes ihe necessity of business and ,nancial men encouraging the devel opment of Manitoba's mining Indus ry. He said it was yet in its infancy Spry, Calgary; Carl Smith, enginee of tho North Western, South Dakota Mr. Coaldale, and Cap Held, of Victoria. Lack of Outstanding And a Well Defined Issue, Held Responsible Cavises of Depression (By Brlce Belden, M.D.) Western Lieut.-Governor PREMIER OLIVER PLANS CONCERNING PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN ROAD TORONTO, Nov. (Canadi From gossip around 'change clubs, and street corners" and wher- ever men and women do congregate, it would appear that the Canadian public Is a trifle apathetic about the ;reat quadrennial contest being fought jut today across the international It we except the theory that our ys and sorrows are created iibin ourselves, rather than by out- do conditions the question is how we'imvrove oiir eiUlence through ot these Inner factors. tha careful study ol the physical id mental life of human beings much .is been brought forward which would eem to prove this theory of ihe power f tha human.will over Ihe destiny f tho Individual. Emotional depression Is oue or that condition ol mine! in whlca we are .-farthest away from the hap- ihess 'wJilch IB the right 01 ealthy and, normal. This brings us o the cause ot the condition .which we may seek to improve. Emotion companies' every action either In vorfc or play, and emotion is sway- d throughout all its phases, ranging rom joy to pain, happiness to grief, iv the physical condition of the in- dividual; In-other words, pessimism s Ihe menUl result and expression .f mental happiness ;ocs along with an equally poised The physical conditions which cause emotional depression or ner- vousness; are in turn cruised efficient living. Tiie victim of emo- :ional misery and chronic pessimism may often trace his troubles to toxic conditions due to poor food or to in- activity. Auto intoxication" of prolonged dura- tion may finally "cause actual melau. cholia, and not only must the.victin bo reeducated in regar.l to his menial habits, which arc probably character izcd with undue strain on the will, but he must also be re-educated in his dietary habits In order that life will be less o a nightmare to him. It is possible, then, to be maste of one's fate to a certain intent and one may actually choose til1 world in which one is lo live gradually .clearing away ihe poison collected in one's tire braiii cells; toumlary the discontent, as given above. The, speaker said'in Scotland jople seem to hate people the lost t s. ng personality, lack, perhaps of a very definite issue readily. _compre- jensible to ,tba viewpoint, lave resulted in Mntefeiiti n Canada than that displayed; four! yearsjago when the great Issue. seem- Appear At Your If yon TKclve" a sudden after or an uaexpecttd yoa can feel coo- of zlwvs atrpidtioa at yvor lust., la but a few momeob It niulers to TOOT ikln a wofiderfuDy pun. oft complexion thit b comatrisoa. initUtive andfambition they, once rossess'ed. There is a keen dlssatls- genersi conditions in the cbunlry. and thera is no stability, to industry. People a breakout ol some kind. This ccmdnion of affairs Is making itself felt in the of the country, said-Mr, Patterson. Referring to. the" Irish problem he not much. consideration is being given to it except in the Clydeside country, ;where a great many-Irishmen arc Hying.- am.EatlBfiei tnere" is s distlnc standstill policy at he taid Oriental Cream FERD.T. HOPKINS SOSC 7 Lack of ans.outstjmd- Exerclsa and well chosen, wel th whic give emotion y will strength fii "turn bur moods, rangin from GOLDEN, B. Cv Nov. Sneaking here last ulght on tho Great Eastern Railway, atHho opening mset; Ing of ths provincial election ca'm- palgu, Premier Oliver announced his policy, if elected. first, to "appealf to the iDohiiuion government 'If feder- allze the" road; secondly, It pttatfa refuses, to appeal to tho Canadian Pacific Railway to take control of H and then as a last resort to finish 1 when financial permit iHHLO Lieut.-Governor Lake of Saskatc an. who Is at the end of his term, s, likely to bo reappolnted for au- itjier five, years. because your stomach can diajt food pa are proof against indigestion. The most Important digestive work is done by the bowels, liver and kidneys. Unless these are active arid work in harmony, you are in danger of self-poisoning. EEOHAM'S Albert Hines is said to nave con- fessed to the murder ot his little boy at Port Britain, near Cobourg! _. J. D. mglnbotharn Druggists. help the to functionate properly, and influence the liver and kidneys to act very effidently.- START-'TENvCdNTESTS ed to be whether or not the .Unjtcd States was In enter of the allies. There is also pungent universal appeal T of. such a rugged EGG LAYING Nov. ess-laying contests iVefe.- .started yosterdny thr6ughoutr'lh'e Dominion unite ths jurisdiction'.of-the experimental farm Two of theso contests are le- courage or .as; that of [caled nt-.tho central eijerinienlaljfarm Theodore Rooseyeltr.who did so much to enliven .Canadian-imagination dur- ing the The two candidates. who hold the center of the -'stage today, honest and and one in each ot the other provinces. {or the and the well mo-anlng ii 'are, Jack the This: condition makes- itself felt th ert lo obscure lor nearer the centre of the war is ap- whatever, ci personal magnetism or 'authority of a "Wilson, or'a McKin- ley, and the campaign" they have wag- ed has in itself by its very -nature tend- ed to obscure" for the Canadian on- ear there Cudcura Soap Imparts The Velvet Touch Soap. Ofi.trctrirrT I.ri Itching, lug, or I'rouxd tag rllca. h'o oper- ation requIrM. Or. CtKC's Ointment wilt rellcre yoa at >nd alord lasting benefit, ttfc. a hox; dt.iler.s or JMmsnson, BattJ Co., Unutcd, Toronto. Satnnla Jkir frco f yon mcnllon IUU eoelose ac. slarap to pay POAURC- proa'ched; althongh, he said, the state- ment "been inada that Belgium Mr. Patterson could not vouch for it. Ca'nada has a great opportunity at present, he said. During the war this country has built.itself into a manu- facturing "country and at con- ditions are mucli belter there than in any "part of the-world. Canada's op- portunity comes in being able-to step In'anSi'reap a harvest _with its "pro- "I that'in Can- ada there is less dislocation .than in ho'Vest ot the world at the present said. Mr. Patterson did not wish anyone to go away with the idea'that the old country. Is going to the dogs, "but It is'iiot'the same as when I first.lelt conciiided. iiotarian liawdcn read the final re- port on the recent-carnival. The club has.V balance of from it The expenses amounted to and the receipts to Coal dale' 'sliare "was Kolarinn Bass, when asked nbon may bs. the club's crop reported -hat it hac been .threshed and the farmers were welcome to what wae lott for their chickens. The visitors at the club were, Col. I The two. .'contests here are contest the form-, er being opehy'to Dominion and'tboMattet-Mo the province'only. The Canadian contest opened "with fifty pens" competing for {he honors and. there, are In the On- tario Contest." :'i Jt'wM! "be'a days -yet he- fore final results of; last: year's if the League "of Nations was a clear cut Issue, if, the election if one candidate" and the defeat of an- ther conlcl be regarded as tho final expression of the: attitude o! tberUn- tcd States on the issue, then the re- sult of today's vote would have a high significance for Canada as for all the civilized world. But ".well .informed political opinion to be -hat, granting the L way will be found-for .th'e} United States'to take her'.propeVpisice in In- ternational councils, If' the as nt present cpr.Etitu.tcd, at least In some olher "e'li'uaily jiriic- ticable manner. provincial 'closed October 31 aro received at head quar- ters here and a few..days "more than that before coyinarispns, ot these will be available for 'publication. We hof. Thore are other and a vlctory'for the grand-old party, may mean a general overhaul of the tariff, and In this Canada is'ept (o have a particular interest. At the present time the Taft reciprocity treaty Is still part and parcel ot the United States tariff machinery, ami it has been only stated in this campaign that this will become an almost im- mediate subject ot at ten lion on the part of a Republican administration. MARKET FOR CANADIAN BONDS IN U. S. IMPROVES ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN at All without ihe "Bayer Cross" the same ricri, full flavored tea. You-probably; buy Red Rose; Tea in the package.ivith.the green die .blue v.'hich sells at a trifle moire but is richer in strength and flavor. 'Sold only in the sealed air-tight Red Rose Cartoiu Red Rose Coffee is always fresh? sum of which is'honed will lie de- rived from Ihe campaign for JIcOIll University to be run, during the week pjt November 15 to .20 aln-aciy has bjjen allocated, Sixty-flvo per cent-if'therpayroll of the university, or ten per cent, u'lll ba required for maintenance and upkeep of its existing" buildings and the remaining' or 25 per cent, u'iil, it is' stated, be barely enough for an adequate endowment for laboratory maintenance and equip- ment. TORONTO, Nov. the ket for Canadian bonds in the .United i States Is in an Improved condition la evidenced by the good price received by tho province ot Alberta for an is- sue ot sold yesterday to Harris K. Forbes and company, and' Hie National City Dank on a basis of a litllo under seven per cent., United States funds, according to the present rate of exchange. The bonds are for 10 years and bear G par cent., and at{ the successful 'tenders' price "ot Canadian funds. Tho bor-l rowing is done on a basis of about G.9D on this slle. U is not manyi weeks since a return ot materially over seven per cpnt. waa required by firms underwriting Canadian bonds tor sale Iho line. The narae stamped on tab- lets positively identifies tlic only gen- uine the Aspirin pfc-scribc'l by phyaicians for over nineteen ytuirs by phyaicia find ri'ow made in of Alwoya buy an unbroken package "Bj-ycr Tablets of Aspirin" which ronUms'proper dlreclloTM for CoWs, llcatlache, .Toothache, Earache, Xei Lumbago, 5thtnmatiarn, Ncun- .loint Pain generally. .Handy tin Voxcs contuinins 12 Inb- Icta coat but a few cents. also cell larucr "Haver" TOckaccs. HAMILTON MAN TO REPRESENT CANADA HAMILTON. -Nov. leav- ing for Niagara Falls this' mprnlng, Tom Moore, president of the Canad- ian Trades and Labor Congress, tin- nonnced that H. .1. Halford of this city had been selected lo represent the or- Kanliatlon at the International labor conference in Mr. Halford leaves on Sunday for Kngland. At the conclusion of the International con- ference he will go to Geneva. Swit- zerlanii. to attend the labor conference In.connection with the Leagup.of Nat- Ions. TttTO it only one roust say "BftyeT. Aspirin jfl ttie trade marie (rcslsUrfd In Canada) cf Baper of Xoro- of Ballcyllcacld. Vr'hllj It fa well known that AeplrlTi meann Bxyef tnanufaclare to tho piMIe agalntl Imitations, tha Tablets of ilaycr Coraplay bo ptajnpcd with tholr seneral trade matk, Iho "Haycr Cross." COMPULSORY SUBSCRIPTION IN NEW ZEALAND LOAN LONDON. Nov. As- sociated According to cables Now Zealand, I? to Issue ti loan which will provide for comnul sery 'SUbaGription to a year's average inceiaa COUGHS AND COLDS often tenapipus, are a drain upon the vital forces; SCOTT'S EMULSION strengthens the whole system and helps drive out the pre- disposing cause. kMaris his sim :M DYEJIGHT Buy only "Diamond Kaclt jiacknKO of "Diamond Jlyca" contnins RO simple tiiat any womiiri cai: tliamond (lye worn, shabby skirts, Wrilsla, dresses, coals, stoc-kinKn, (Iraperioa, every thing, vrhfjthnr %7ool, Bilk, cotton or mixed floods, new, fadeless colors, llnve ilrugslflt show you mood Dyes Color Card." AN'S ability to perform feats .of strength to do things other men could not tlo has al- ways heen his stepping stone to power' and position. Every man wants to be a leader in his own line of work or sphere in life. Unless a man is 5 _ _ genius or superman ho can only attain his objective'when he has have strength nemn re have have health he must be full blooded, his heart strong and his nerves '._-'.- Milburn's Heart and Nei-ve 'Pills have assisted many :a man who was crucial test and was not at the moment just feeling his beat. How about yourself Are you facing some task requiring all your strength and "Your Do as hundreds bf others have done; have a box of Milburn'a Heart and Nerve Pills at hand and ta'.te tffem according to directions, They have helped other men past the trying or testing time and may enable you to carry on and win and keep the position you so much desire, Mr. Stephen Grouse, East CliiTord, N.S., STrfTered for years with heart trouble. I could hardly walk from the house lo the born without resting, as I useil to get to short Of breath. Doctors could not help me. My wife lold" me to get n box of Milburn's Heart ant! Nerve Pills and I felt belter after taking them! three boxes roc quite well. I am now helping my son to work the farm and can truthfully say I feel like a different man." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are. SOc. a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The-T. Milfoum Company, Limited Toronto, Ontario ;