Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, NOYKM'Blitt 15, 10'" THE F. OAILY Ontario 1'ruil Men Declare.Thal Contracts Arc All in Kuvor of JManufnclurers forenoon and eight hours In the at- ieruoon. A lol of Ilcda. who spend their (line declaring war CQ orgitnked society, always seem lo be pa hied and sur- prised u-beu organized society takes up the York Ereip- Sun. TOItONTO. Nov. Ihe Ontario Fruit Growers' lion will select a co mm 111 cc to meet Mm cauuors with reference to thy grievances wliTcL I ho fruit growers have against the tanners. This decided ixt tho fruit groft'era' conven- tion Iiero yesterday, ivbcn several delfi- 'gatua severely crlHrlzc.1 the earners for what they regarded as unfair treatment. The contracts liclwcpn lho earners and the fruit growers are all cine-sided, nDd on tlic cannyrs' side, according to statements made at ibj convention. The government, will bo. asked lo make tlihiRs more ailrai-tlve for Can- .vilans trained In ugrk-uUurc. hack opportunities In Canada had meant thr.t the host iticu went to the United Slates. It was that something alior tlic nature ol the fam- ous Kew (Jardens he started In Can- ada and Canadians be trained as gar- eners. I.aijor would not find ft so harJ to make barfialns, i[ It dhl not dad tt ao easy to break them. The- color Itoe is being pushed agiln la iho United Slates. A'ow IL'E the The old woman who lived lit a shoo must have been a prflly well-to-do old liidy. spmisiliilily ol re-presenting his Irocln or In the club vlih dignity ami thoroughness. 7. Jleciiusu li represents u dlllcr- basis upon which lo esiabUsh ami maintain (he uiemburtLIii of thu club! enables llie to Inslsi i iho member should be an active. livis-[ wire member, or surrender hla repre-' (o someone There has lieen auci still In exist-1 cnco AH opinion, among those not ac- quainted with the of Koiary. that a Ilotarlau is bound by his obligation lo do business with Hulariane. This Is contrary to ihe tthJcs of lary, A Ilolarlan Is In uo Imuud to throw hit business lo his Tho saddest words of tongue or peu arc iheac: "When will things COIDO down again." Then as to high prices: Another liar has been discovered In the cltj. Ho aaya he remember when the merchant used to throw in an extra pilr o[ Ijratcs when you bought a. suit. fellow brother anil an attempt to limit gave up their lives'In the great war. the trado of Hotarlans by artificial re- Fifteen boys be I ween tho ages ol T strlctlons to other Hotarhms. au al-1 and li sat down with the Kaiarlans tempt lo compound selfishness. I mid dIJ tull ]u5llre to the chicken sup- ludtvldual s ii wretched I per prepared fir them. After supper enough; organized (s ut- a irip down (own to ilic moviea, a visit to the candy store and a rldc- hoiue lu a tail (he eve- ning's valor tain me til. The namen of tho hoys who were the club's guests on this occasloii wero as Percy Clayton, Eric Clayton. .Irum-s Dunn. Hills, Cyril Wills. John Kelly, Lorenzo Kelly, An id Clareuct- Hoy Meredith, Em- Mi .MerediiJi, Sydney Tuckwell, (ieo, Filmer, Herbert Kilmer and Jas. llas- iuger. Icrly repugnant lo every impulse ol Rotary. Men matte real progress ia business along tho highway ot open dealing and not ihe ley a ot unearned preferment. The genius of Ilotary is not In its compe- tfiloQ but lu Us cooyiT.uioa. The weekly luncheon wan heM on ArmiUlce Day. This day was chosen as a ntling lime ai which to entertain the hoys of our town wtiosu Talkers John Dow. ibe club's delegate lo the I cducaiional conference at g vt a very Inleretling and instruc-! t o resume ot the addresses and pro- edinKs of thlj wonderful gathering famous Irom different, ris of lho world. The inernberslifp erl at the weekly meeting by the oddi-. lion lo its roater ol tho following) names: Ilobt. Harrow-man patuting. H. Insurance. Juhi: Llaktr. h. K. Harris -Siock hrokcr. Tke Joy Of A Perfect Ska Know the and luppinus that fcroft lo oae ihiy poucuinf s'an of purity And buuiy. The cofi, ippeuacc brings QUI y teauty lo C3L L In QM c J70 Oriental Cream Digestible And Indigestible (Uy J. S. K.) During the French revolution tho condemned had a right, to elect whether Ihcy should be hurned at the slaho or have ihelr beads cut otf, whltrh led a sontleman at a dinner parly ihc other night to say that the people of those ancient Jays had their cholca helivecn stakes and chops not any Regarding the Ontario election which are very much to the fore In our local nows as as In other parts ol Can- ada: A witness bctorc. the government commission on teachers' salaries saya that teaching Is still largely hit and miss iircfcssEun. The utnall boy in- vited lo eilcnd his Bays there Ja a deal jcorc hit than miss about, il. Making a resume of Ihe wcolt'a news is some job. Here are a few ot Ihii Iilgli Fpals: The 'farmers believe in the eight bour day, lhat la eight hours lu the Aa a TIIcans of straightening out Ihe school teachers', salary tangle, ,how ahout having members o[ the school hoards go to leaching for a year or two? Stone in the Kidneys Bladder K direct remit of or kidney. At tbe firit pfpain in the tick in Lhcrqpon ot Ihe kidncvsyo-J fhcrjld al DDK pro- 111 KIDNCVA And KTaM the far nort dad OiDKrroiu rrsnltj ftom Inc of fravrL Stnrl fnr free jamplcoC Gin rills, or get A box froai jour drujglit or dealer, GOc. UJ.AJJrw I.e.. 202 34., Regarding tha nlarlo elecLioa wbicb was such a surprise lo even the closest student, here Is u new thought: On- tario has a new problem on Its bands. Down there they are now worrying as lo who Is going to be entitled to the opposition leader's salary Jn the legis- lature. In the Unllcd Stales Uier bate tha Germans very -whole-hcarledly even German music, Ger- man opera In New York now has to be i barrage and a line of hundred policemen. And even at that, tb'ey hare to slip the verbs la after the audience dispersed. Tns aeLtllog of Ihe United Stales coal strike, -brings IhU: Now thai tbe U. S. government and the miners hare got into Lhe courts, both will bo mighty lucky If they gel the thing sellled before they arc too old lo care two hools what happens lo the country. As 16 recent itenfS or the horrible deaths of young children, who here been burned In their' homes while Iheir parents were absent. While tbe country' la In Ihe mood for making new laws II might not be a bad Idea to have one dealing with parents.who go out and leave small children and fire in the same house. Our old friend the wealher, brings this: Well, this may be Indian sum- mer, but if it fa (hero appears to bo a luuch of Eskimo about Jt. Viscount JeNfco'o landed In Victoria on his tour, a few days ago, and: "CanndR will give e hearty welcome lo HS one of Ihe men who helped buildup I he'fleet that kept us free." LIFT OFF CORNS, MAGIC! NO PAIN Drop Freezone on a touchy corn ihen lift that corn off with fingers Tho Question is ever before us, latest news Item says: Organized, official persecution of Irish girls who "keep company" with British Boldlcn Is. just about Sinn Fein's size. ADC! of King Albort ol Belgium's visit to tho United Stales: Gueit Not Victor Boston Globe; Thank Heaven, the first Kltie to address Congress waa a foreign King! n lilllc on ac aching" corn, inst.inlly IhM rorii stopa hurt- hg, (hen you Hit right out. 11 does n't pain one bit. ins Kiel Why Your druggist Bella .1 tiny Imlllo of Fraezorin for a tow cenln sufficient to rid your feel of nvcry hard corn, .soft corn, or corn fectipeen Ihc loc2, catJuscs, with- out Eoroncss or Irritation, Freczono Is .ilic ninth lilted of oilier discovery ol n Cincinnati DON'T VISIT OTHER MEN'S WIVES ROTARY fie Profits Most Who Ser- ves Best' Reitrlctlon It Is Interesting to consider ivhy Ilie members of Notary clubs arc re- stricted lo one reprcsenlRllvo and an associate from ench or Jirofos alonal calling. U requires tal a mo maul's thought nod rcflecllon to grasp the roal reason ot thlt lorn? o organization: 1. Ibo cU'D li mndc unlrjuc and dlstiocllve. 2. Beoujo It makes for Interesting malbofa, Invites rafnlal and conyer sitlonal actlrlllei ind loads to 1h constant eichangt o! new and helntu Ideas, 9. such a membenhlp, R] oush li very Important an: In thereby an Ideal ansembly (or th find dlicasalon of pub Uo Bdalrs and all maltera perlalnln to the public and Iholr professions li general. 4. Uccnuse lire club It thus mad very representative ot 11.o commiir 117 and al Iho eflmo llmo II Is Impos slble for ll ,to..become so largo n to make difficult the promotion t aoiualntflu'ro .and friendship gmon Its members. 5. Uccauso no one railing or alllc ralllrtRa can bo numerically stron crouch fn the club lo dominate II. 6. Hcciiiisc with one man or an a Bocjalc member only from n five line, U-pufn-upon that nun Ihe TV LAST DAY TO-DAY BUY in before the ham- mer strikes at midnight and your oppor- tunity is gone to buy Victory Bonds. BUY in now before you have lost your chance to buy Victory insure good times and good wages. BUY TO-DAYVGet in before the ham- mer strikes at every dollar you can command into Victory Bonds to your fimit now as a patriotic a shrewd business man or woman. Bay for Canada Buy for Yourself Buy for Prosperity Buy Before it is Too Late Buy Victory Bonds THE LISTS CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT fisued by Canada1! Viclory Ixian Commitlce in co-operation willi the Minister ol Finance of the Dominion of Canada. 34'