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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta n, rtrrs LETHBHIDGK n.vri.'r PAGE ELliVES It is not what you but what you assimilate that does you good. Bovril lias the of making other foods more nourishing. This was proved hy I'rolcssor Thompson, of Dubljn, in Inde- pendent experiments carried out at the request of a Government Department. BOVRIL STANDS ALONE. Now thai ihe days are gelling short it is lime to consider what use you are going lo make of the long winter evenings. Why nol use them lo improve your education, and at ihe same time increase your earn- ing power. If'you cannot attend our DAY SCHOOL, our NIGHT CLASSES provide ihe opportunity. INDIVIDUAL INStRUCTION is given in: Short- hand, either Gregg or Pitman; Touch Typewriting; Bookkeeping; Spelling; Wnhng; Business Arithme- tic; Correspondence; and English. Classes meet every Monday and Thursday even- ing from 7.30 to 9.30. Do not delay. Come up and talk ihe matter pver next Monday night. OFFICE PHONE 1315 Garbutt Business College 413 EIGHTH STHEET.SOUTH RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 Remember the Date October 20-22 NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE At Winnipeg PROMINENT SPEAKERS -LIVE SUBJECTS advance of the profiramf in form in ivhicb it bi.- ,ssueO flt the time or Ihe Conference, the Committee an- nounces ITial the following items are definitely os3ured: Salutatory Ills Excellency ihe Governor-General ol Canada. Sir James Alhms, Liculcnant-GovCTnor o[ Manitoba, auj His Worship C. F. Gray, Winnipeg. Lessons or the for Canadian Hon. Dr. Cody, Minister Education. Ontario. 'tiic Development of Moral Dr. Thco. dore Scares, Professor of Religious Mutation, Ifnivcrsily of Clii- casb. 1 "The Development of a National Character Through Sir Robert Falconer, President University of Toronto. Ksscntla] Factors o( Dr. Helen MacMurchy, Ontario Department of Urfurallon. Boy Scout JIOFcmcnl as an Auxiliary to the School In. Moral Training." Or. James W. Robertson, Dominion Commissioner of Uoy Scouts. "Methods and ideals of-the Canndinn Standard Elficioncr Train- ing Taylor Station, National SccretaiT liovs1 Work Do- parlmem of (he Y.M.C.A.. Kuncllon of tho Public School In Character Dr. J. F. White, -Principal OtlHwti Normal School.' "IMirratloo and Wrigrit, Drltlsh Seaman's Union. rizEiF of Moral Michael O'Brien, Toronlo. Out. School and Industrial Dr. SoEiallo, President Univci-.slly of Washington. School and President John H. Flnley, Commis- sioner nt Ktlucnllon for the State of New York. Albany, N.Y "The School ar.rt Ihe Xewcr Cltlicns of Dr. J. T. M Anderson, Director of among Canadlajis, neglnn, Sa'ili. Interest of [Tic Slate In Characlcr Dr.' Milton Fairchild, Wellington, U.C. The laak of Imtlatlrfg diecusilonc been assigned to persons rep. reserlativc of alf parts of Canada.'Among those definitely secured at this date In this connection are: Cr. Clarence McKlnnon, Principal Pino Hill College, Halifax, .V.sl; I'ror. II. T. J. Coleman. Dean of Faculty of Education. Queen's University, Kingston. (Int.; .1. J. Tomnklns, Esq., VIrc-l'rosirtenI University ol S( Frauds .XnrJGr'fl College, Anlljionlsh, .V.3.; Very llev. Derm Uywdd AH Saints' Cathedral, Halifax. N.S.; Dr. II. p. MI', Brandon Iva B. Royal Military College, Kingston, Oiit- Prof' W. II. Alexander. University of Alberta, Alfa.; Dr.'o. W IMrmalCf, Deputy Minister of Education, Quebec; JL Craig K C President Winnipeg Canadian Club and Chairman Winnipeg School IIoArd; Ur. John MacKay, Westminster Hall, Vancouver, HO.- H Principal Slralhcona School, WJiinipeg, Delegalei fo the Conference should make their hotel Immedlalely. Tho following "'committees am at your JtcccpUon, KI latnmcnt. Hotel Accommodation, Acldroafl all Communications'lo THE GENERAL' SECRETARY, NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE 505 Electric Chambers, WASHINGTON'. Oct. ol all three groups in Ibe industrial labor and the now been, presented and the committee ol 15 to which all mst- tcra are Drst referred under tnc con- ference rules, will ucjw be able to be-- p.in work. Tbo 12 principles as enunciated by the capital group follow: Production: Thcra should be no Intentional rcblriciiun ol productive effort or out pot by oiihcr the employ- er or ihe employee to create an arti- ficial syrdTcily ol the product or ol labor In order to increase prices or wages. The establishment as a productive unfi: The establishment rather than tho industry as a whole .or any brancli ol it, should 33 far az possible, he con- sidered as the unit of production rind of mutual interest, on the jiarl or tho employer and employee. Each estab- lishment should develop totktacl anJ I full otiportuuity lor interchange of j views between management and men. individual or collective deal or a combination of both. I Conditions of work: !L is ihe duty of manage men I to mate certain tho conditions undor which work is carried on am as safo anil as satisfac tory lo the workers as the nature the business reasonably Every effort should be made to maintaii steady employment of Iho workers both on their own account aud lo "u crcaso c-lllciency. Wages: Tho worker should receive a M-agc 10 inaiiilaEn him am his fiynily at a standard of living thai phould be satisfactory lo a right mind-' cd man in view of Ihe prevailing cost. of living. .Women doing work equal! with that, of men under the same con-: dillons should receive the same of pay and be accorded tho same op- portunity for training and advaiico- racnt. Hours of work: Tmi wtaiiuard of i the work schedule 9h.au.hL be the week, varying as the peculiar requirements cif individual industries may demand i Overtime should, as Tar as possible, I be avoided, and une day of rest In seven should, bo provided. I Settlement of dispnles: Each eslalv- 1 lisamcnt should provide adequate means for Ihe discus si on of disputes. [but there should be no improper lim- itation or Impairment of the eierclsQ by management, of its essential judE- menl and direction. Ilight lo-associate: Tbo iiEsocta- (Jou of men. whether of. employers, eirinloyces or others 'or collective nc- tton or dealing confers no authority anil involves no right of compulsion over those who do nol desire fo acl or deal-wilh them as an association. Arbitrary use of such collective cr lo coerce or control others without their consent is an infringement ot personal liberty and a menace lo the 'nflllutlons of a free people. Responsibility of Er jry association, whether ot employers of employees must be equally eubjfrc to public authority and legally an swcrable for its own conduct or iha of its agent. Freedom of Contract: With th right to associate recognized the fun damentel principls pf individual frro clom demands thai every person mus be free to engage in any lawful occu pMldiL or enter, Into any lawful con tract na an employer or an employee and be secure in the continuity ant reward of his efforts The Open Shop: o individual liberty and freedom ot con tract upon which our institutions are fundamentally based require Iha there should he no Interference with tho "open while fair argumen nnd persuasion are permissible. COCP cive methods aimed at turning tbr "open into a "closed unioi shop" or closed "non-union shop should not be tolerated. No employe should bo required to deal with me j or groups of men who are nol his cm or chosen by any from am on Uu( Much Troubled Neverthe- less Lest Bearded J'holo Be Published Holland, Got, Strong etforts arc made 10 pre- rent tho publication of photographs ol ornier Kmperor William of CJc-rmany. Alton on Ktiturday two iholograpbersi who were foncealcil in i load cit hay ncor C'oant llohenzol- .ern's temporan' hoiny. The former emperor is said TO have offered a large sum lor the negatives and all prints made from them. The correspondent of tho Assooiat- cj Press has seen the pictures, which Count llohenzollern bearded and sturdy and appearing in a Lappy mood, to his witc and fien. Gontard. unconscious of tbo presence of camera, men. WOMAN SENT TO PEN FOR THREE YEARS FOR THEFT TORONTO, Oct. Eoit Pa radii was sentenced yesterday to three years In Kingiton peni- tentiary. She was convicted of stealing worth of ttochs and jewelry from the home of J, J. Main and also worth of goods from the residence of Dr. P. G. Goldsmith, where she had lived for same Hme while Or. Goldsmith overieas. Don't Wait to Be Bilious well. Whenever your appetite begins to Hag, or a sour ntomach and a coated tongue wzm you. lake CARTER'S Little liver nilsind the (rouble will cease. CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS Good for man, ivomsn and child. For your health's Bake stick to this old, tried and true re medy.Purely Vegetable- Small Price DR.CAHTER'SIRON PILLS, Nature's great nerve and blood tonic Tor Anemia, Rheumatism, Sleeplessness and Female Watch for u'ili.'h They're b-: The PL G. of B. is largely caused by waste resulting from spoiled cakes, pies and pastry. Many people do not consider baking powder a very important ingredient in baking, whereas it is most or failure depends upon the powder you select. helps keeps down the HIGH COST OF BAKING, because, first, it is sold at a reasonable price, and second, its double acting qualities absolutely as- sure perfect baking at all times. Al- ways follow the directions on the label, you use less powder. Buying ESE-O in the larger tins is most economical for family use." Baking powder Co. Limited Hamilton, Canada them. Thc right to slriho or lockout: 1 the slatcmenl-ot the principle thp wliould govern as to the right lo slrik or lockout, a shtirp "distinction ahonl he drawn the employment it turns in the field (a) of the privot industry, (b) of the public utility sc vice, mul of government emploj ment of thn federal, slalo or nmnicipa In private Industry the strike or iti r lockout Is lo he hut II right lo strike'or lockout should n be denied as an ultimate resort aft all ]ios3ihla means of adjustment ha; hern cxliausftnd. IJolli employers an employees should recognize the srr- of such ncllon and KliOiild hn held lo a high responsibility for the Tho sympathetic sfriVo Is Infatcna- and urili-social and Immoral The same mny be saiil of tho blackll.'it, the boycott anil also of the ayrnpalhclc lockout. ID ptibllc utilities SCTTJCC tlic public interest and welfare must be the para- mount and controlling, consideration. The state should, Increforc. impose sudi conditions that will ensure nclc- nuato for-tlic prompt hearing and adjustment of complaints and dl3- pules. A alrlfcc of snTornmonL employees 1? nil attempt lo prevent ihe npernllon of government demands of Ruch arc granted and can nol bo tolerated. Tho right of govern- ment rmrloyecs to he heard and to secure Just redress should be amply safepnardod. Trafnlnp: Practical plans .ihoulrl be inaugurated in Industry and ouL- aide of It for the (raining and up-1 gra'dlng of indnstrlnl workers, their! proper .placcmenl In Industry, the j adoption of'apprcnlkeshlp, tho exlen-! of vocational education and such other adjustments of our erTnratfnnal .lyslem to thfl neod3 of wfll (no worker for fccttrv nnd profitable (o 'cm- ployer and LlmsfU Silky Wool From Australia No other material was ever used in these famous stockings for children. There have been times when the Australian supply was light. Then, we were unable to produce enough Little Darling arid Little Daisy Hosiery to go "round. For-we would not sub- stitute other wool. We thought it better not to vary the quality of Little Darling and Little Daisy Hosiery. Mothers, we.kn'ow, expect in these stockings softest-and best knitted wool yarn. They expect unusual wear. It means much to clothe their children in such comfort- able, at the same time, such LITTLE DARLING babies and tiny tots up to silken toe and heel. LITTLE children up to extra strength in heel and toe, Many .dainty .shades and black. Chipimm llulloi) Knitting Co., Limited, Univ.llCon LITTLE DARLING" "LITTLE DAISY" HOSIERY FOR, INFANTS AND CHILDREN ;