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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Workers To Gather Information For Boys' Welfare IB TkCity THELETHBIUDGB DAILY' HERALD oT I-eOibridte are ._ the Y.M.CA. itls winter aM IlKate ia tie bojj are joins to Eire them t chance tbk wesi to lay'a foundatlaa for eajojrlaj a rood Wa- ter's Tie nerau of, tie citrv commences Wedaetday lie object if to set ever; boy's neine n ihM he msy be bromot Into of the nj'ic.T tint worlUj ia car.- junction with tha orstnintiori at tie Y.M.C.A. The cjtj feu been dtridid' into 13th St. B., -Mr. Nelson. District S. side of 9th -Aw. S. to! City Umits, from. E. side of Jth to W. side o( IJth St. Mr. Jeae'Harris. I'irtrict S. side ol fth :Aw. S. from W aide of Sth St S. to a sWs of Sth St. S., Mr. Jess Harris. MaJriet ss side of Aw.S. to N. Me of 9th Ave S from E. of Cth SL S. .lo W. side of Sti S., -Mr. B. F. Msnbey. DWtrict S. side of 6lh Avo. thirty-one aad captains haw Wltrict S. side ol 6lh Avo been Corkers are needed Ist- from side 6th to assist and any one! St. .V., west to CHy Umits. who wjl! e heiping hasd ts re-1 Diiirlet W. side 1st St. S quested lo communicate wjth the cap- tain he desires to assist. Parents are requested to jive the Information for readily. This bfesejt orjanlied movement JjSthbridse has seen to make, better citizens of the boys snd It is the plan ot at the head of it to tuu the winter'B activities at a sum for each boy that iritr only amount to a few cents a week. Five cents a week has been mentioned. The names following the district! Eire the caplain in charge. It will be noticed that Scoutmaster Soadv, 62J 12th street, A. north' has undertaken to canvass the entire north side and need some assistance. v Following are the districts District east side iBt St. 3. to W. Side of 3rd St. S.. from track to N. side of Cth Ave. S.. Mr. M F Collins. side of 3rd Si S. to W. side of Sth St. S, from track to N. side of Cth Ave S, Mr. A. M. Fisher District E. side uf tltSi St. (o side or St. S.. MB tr to HSvar Wottom, from track S Alex Altiea. District track X. to S. side of 3rd Are. N., from W. side 12th St. X. to N. -west to City Umits. District X. siie Cth Ave. N. to S. side'9th Ate, N.. from W ride 12lh St. N., 'west, to City Uinits. .N. side 9th 'Ate. N. lo S.. side '12th Ave. X., from W. side 10th St. X. to City Limits. District .V. side of track to S.tsiSi 3rd Are B. side lift 6t. if. to W. side 13th St. X. District N. side Srd Ave K. to S. side Sth Are. X.. from K side IS.th St. N.'to N. District. X. side 9th'Are X. to S.. stole lah'Avo. K tide 12th St; X.'.to side of 13th St. N. ''p.- District track N. to S.' side Srd N'., from B. side 13th St X. to W. fide 16th St. N. District N. side Srd M-e. X. to S. side 6th Are. N., from E side 13th St. K. to West side 16th to X. side oUithiAve. S.. Mr. C. Pros- Ep side 6th ATB- ser p-to K. side District E. side of 9th Bt j S. to W. E-de of 12th St.'3, fromL. ".rack to'X. side of Cih Are M.. Mr Klllop. -District side of I2lh S. lo W. side of 13lb St. S.. from track :o X. side ot 6th ire. Mr. Oraw- District E. side ot 13th. St. S. to City Limits, from track lo X. ''side of Gtli Ave. S., Mr. Peter Luudf District K side of 13th 'St. S. to City Limits, frpm S. side of Oth Ave. S. to'X. side of 10th Are. S., ifr. Jess 'Harris District S. side 10th' 'Are' S. to, City Limits, from E. side 13th City Limits. Mr. Jess Harris. District S. side of 6th Are. S. to X. side of 10th Aye, S, from E ..aide of 12th St S. to W. side of !3th St. S, Mr. C. E. Brandow. .District S. side of 6th i Are. s. to X. side of 8th Ave. S., from St' N' 8lde 16lh st- N- :E, sida of Sth to" side ot Neuralgic District X. side 9th-Ave. to S. side of 12th Ave.-N., from sido oriSlh'Sl. N. to N. N. :to S. side 3rd Are. N., from B. side 16th St. X. to -Vfi sida ISth St. X. DlEtrict K., side 3rd Ave X. to S. side 6th Are. N, from B side 10th SL X. to W. side 19th St -X District N. 6th -We X. to S.. side Sth Ave. s from E side 15th St. K. to V. side 19th St x' District track' X.' to side Are. B St N.'tojCity Llmita. 19th Dlatrict N. side 6th Ave N. to City Limits, from B. side Wth St N. to City Umits. District N. side Sti Ave N. to a side ot 14th Aye. N., from V side 13th 'St., K. to E. side of ioth St Mr. IB all the districts from Nos. 16 to 31. Hainliny Wizard Oil is i sara, ample and effective treatment for bothheadaehc and neuralgia. Kubbed m where the pain is, it cases tie rprtnred nervej and almost ia- V brings quick relief. ply on hand. Membership Less Than Twenty Thousand Instead of Forty Thousand DH'TEUENCE WITH LOGGEHS SEKIOUS CALGARY, Oct. 4.-That the One Bij Union of Canada during the five months frorn January to May lait, wa> receivinjj per capita tax on a membership of but Instead of the reputed and that no per capita tax has been paid in many cases since the first of Jur.e, that the withdrawal of the (umber workers of British Co- lumbia from the recent convention because of differences with the executive meant a withdrawal of a membership of over nine thous- and, are some Interesting details of the inner workings of the O. B. U., disclosed in a report of the convention at Fort William, and given to the.Canadian Press Sun- day night by an authoritative source. Tho information given also Is to the effect that the O. E. U. miners ot Al- berta have paid no per capita tin [o the organization since March last.' aud (hat they paid .in during January, February and March on the basis of an average membership of 2.199.' The informant -lal-d that the break which occurred in'the convention be- tween tho loggers, and the executive was the climii lo a disagreement of several months' standing and that It really represented the efforts of the cjfitral executive of the O.D.U. to srbolish the industrial unit of tho lum- ber workers as a separate entity and bring-it more under the control of the central executive, willi consequent control of its funds. 'According to statistics published by Secretary Midgcley, Vancouver once the stronghold of the O.B.U, has paid no per capita tax since January though at that time it was payin's'1 on a basis of members. miners of District IS paid dur- ing January on a" basis Of mem- bers, in February for and March for members and no payments since then. ..The financial statement presented at the convention, It is stated, showed a balance on hand of 5162.25, while it also shows that in tvo years J250 had been said in on the shares of the .D. C.-Federationlst stock, J1GO being paid this '.year arid last to have in file' medicine tiest for first lid when the doctor far away. Its healing, aoti- qualities can always rc- I open as a preventive against or other serious, results, sprains, bruises, cuts burns, Jnst u goat, loo, tersore feet, slit? aeck, frost iitet, COM sorts and (.inker sores. j Old Custom is I ciise Practice by Claim of Food Shortage "While Travelling .U'TTAWA. Oct. 4. (Canadian practice among the Eskimos -of killing their newborn children and the aged and Infirm members "of their hands IB dying out according to reports reaching the I headanarters of the (lanadlsn Mounted Police from the new detachment which has been opened at Tree RiTer, on the shores'of Coron- alton Gulf. StaJI Sergeant (Jlay in re- portin's several patrols he has made from the new detachment to uolnts throughout that section of the hinter- land, which IB well inside the'arctic clrple, tells of visiting; tribes of Eski- mos who had not previously been ited by mounted pollca. lie had tjaes 'Igrcnio. SamplB Boi'fKtff jnu mtatloii tui rted pollca. lie had ques- Ittonad them reg.irdiag of Girls! Save Your Hair With Cudcura NO REDUCTION IN PRICE OF DODGE CARS OSclal confirmation of press dls- J-ttches from Detroit, announcing that there would he no "reduction in the price ol Dodge Brothers Motor Cars haa.been received by Motor Soles Lie! the Brothers dealer in this A telegram from C. W. Mathe- son, acting general sales manager, to the local dealer, reads: Brothers' policy has jrer hew to give full value for the prlea asked. Thero will he no reduction In the present prices of Dodge Brothers motor cars Newspaper reports to the contrary are untrue." "Dodge Brothers' announcement was 1 10 surpnro lo sir. j; Humphries, of Motor Sales.' In MS a of Brothers' H.ainDsa princifles. no time have they ever demanded Itn excess amount fur their prwiuct inowborn children and no lives reluctaut to discuss snatlcr. On being pressed Ihey admitted that slich had been their custom in tho past when they were trarelllng during very severe weather or when thirlr supplies of food were running low mil they had given un the practice of late years. ..Serjeant Clay In hia reports tells o! finding numbers ot young Eskimo children at Ihe different Tillages he vtslled, and cites this as evidence of the Hcl that with the advent of the missionaries, the natives are giving v.p some ot their barbarous customs Those natives would discuss tho custom of Infanticide claimed that they had previously believed it was Justified when the tribe was short ol food or when they were travelling, for then there was little chance of Ihe young children, surviving. IRON MINERS TO RUN ITALIAN MINES FLORENCE, itaiy, Oct. 4- More than Ihree thousand Iron miners on the Island of Elba lust off th! west coast vl Italy am) about fifty soulh Of Leg- horn, have decided to form a co- operative organization for man- agement of the mines, which be- long to the state, i tho