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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 THE L.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAOBTHMTEKN Statistics Show This, Child Wel- fare Conference What Alberta is Doing a Feller Needs a Friend By BRIGGS OTTAWA, Oct. yesterday afternoon's 'session -of the -Dominion conference on child welfare. E. S. c( the Dominion bureau ot statistics, said that showed that where wages fWere low infantile- mor- tality was highest.. He urged tho con Tentlon to'recommend legislation en- forcing llatlslleal returns. Doctors did not apparently perceive the'great benefits of statistics and wore' slow In reporting births and1 deaths. Statistics ,were tho-barometer where- by ;guago epi- demics and 'determine how to combat them. Delegate McLtod, Alberta, staled that public depots had been establish- ed In tho outlying districts. These depots established by ibe municipali- ties .wore aided by.the provincial gov- ernment. Red Cross' nurses also aid- ed In child welfare work in tho prov- ince. J. KaskMlr-Jipwan, staled conditions'in, thai province were sim- ilar lo those'in Alberts. Classes for training in home nursing were proving of great benefit to tho coYii'munlllosj lie said; Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Winnipeg ad-' organization for handling child welfare and reducing Infantile niorSa'llly.. She urKed lhat all nursing homo', nnd'mid-wives bo reg- istered. Organized Farmers Arrange Joint Drive of Isc filed a elate for Campaign in three Western Frounces According toiepoits loceirad nt Una oiliiid, tno week heKinn- aitf-November Ibt will witness Uiugieatest ediii- jmigu ever'conducted by the luimars' ot tho West. Tlio campaign is to he curried on same time irv ouch one of tho threo Western 1'rovirti es under thoauspiocs of !he U F. A tlio Sask. Grain -Growers'.Association and' the United'' Farmers of Uauitoha. Jt is expected that Ihei o Will be upvuudb'of ten thousand can- vassers working under upprox- j six hundred district cirptiiins and forty constituency organizers, These canvassers dent farmers in their respective districts and solicit, from eiicli inoi'iey with" which to iinancu tlio organization. Sinn of Organization Tliet'O is, -in each of the three provinces, n. or Proviu- I'iai Committee, 'i'lio for ihis ;'omt drive -were arrnnged thranijh u conferenco of the "Ceutml.C'omniittees" arid tho conseijt of varibtio cdn- stitucncy'-hoards. Tho plans nro .uniform for the three provinces. Messrc. Herbert Greenfield, Goetx, lied Deer and Snow Hem's, constituto Ilia Central Comm- ittee for Alberta, On the recommondatiou this comm- ittee each ol tho t.wolvc constit- uency boards has appointed an organizer 'who will have full F-V HELD HELD UP I start at 3 p.m v weatbt Oct.. traus- pa its moorln? WIN'.N'IPEU, Oct____ .____ Canada seaplana F-3 aftc- making a; In Iho alteruoou weather coacll-j about noon. 2 p.m. yesterday was forced ber conditions to return after leaving. tlons hsil Iniprovsd but engine developed, causing the start to be post- poned until sometime today, probably TIRES madam, this is the grade of Imptrul Polarine speciStd (of your car by the Impcrbl Poiarinc Chart cl Recommendations, and will aln-ays find Imperial Premier .Gasoline of uniform high quality.' My customers have learned ihat operating costs are kept at rainimuni through using Imperial Poiarine exclusively." TIME A ASKet> THIS': WOOCD GiyeN Isi THE FOR. GROuJTft OF BLACK Reduced Operating Costs TMPERIAL Polarine reduces automobile operating costs in many J. ways. By providing a piston-to-cylinder seal which assures maximum power. It helps to save friction waste in every moving the engine running smoothly and out of the repair shop and minimizes depreciation: 1 Imperial Polarine. prevents friction by coating every wearing surface with a heat and wear-resisting oil film. It seals all the power in the 'piston chamber. Imperial Polarine gives correct lubrication to every part of your car. One of the three grades described below is specially suited to your motor., I-ook for the Imperial Polarine Chart of Recommendations when you buy oil and learn which' grade to use. Imperial Polarine is sold in sealed gallon and four-gallon cans, 12JX- gallon steel kegs, steel half-barrels and- barrels, by dealers everywhere.. There is an appreciable saving in buying half-barrels and barrels. (Copyright, 1919, New Tork Tritune, o- Half of Wadena Wiped Efforts of- Firemen Availed Little orga responsibility tho drive for for organizing the district. The constituency organizer worltingwitli Iho mom bora of tlio cons titu'aucy boards is sub- dividing all of tho territory in the district into units of ap- proximately nine townships each' and over each unit of nine township is placing a "District Captain." The district captains. are endeavoring to enhst the services of at least ono man or woman in each ono-halE town- sliip under their respective jur- who will agree to personally visit every resident in tho district on November 1st or November 2nd pnd solicit from each one 5.6.00, this will pay for a membership in tho Assosifttion a- years sob- scriptiou to the oilici'il and membership dues 'in tho politiiul organization. A almilar inemborsliip drive .wns made in Saskatchewan lasfc and in Manitoba in March 1920. In the Sas- katchewan drive upward of 2000 canvassers enlisted and the sum of was collected. In about iflOQ canvassers were fu tho field and over was fictitired. Tho drive to bo held in Nov- e.mbof hafl been Tnuch rnoro thoroughly organized and it is Confidently expected that up- wards of active canvass- campaign. REGIN'A, Oct. ialt Iho business sectiou ot Wadena', in-ashes today and flames of a fire that caused damage lo tills town oE popuJatiou last nre -'still The cause ot the fire is so fnr.unknown. The b'liildings destroyed include too Patricia general store; hardware; OstryTs general store; Stnr Cafo; Kills' drug store; Sterling .Dank; Wadena Cafe; Walter Frame's grocery Btoro; Holl- ingshcad jewelry store; Wadena sup- pir company; Frnin's hieat store. this list com- prises the entire eastern" sido tbe jnain street, but one .'building escap- ing destruction. Occupants ot rooms over the Wa- deim Cafe, Sterling Banlr and 1-Vanie's store were asleep when the. fire broke out but managed to escape. The firo was discovered at morning. An alarm was immediately turned In by t'onsUblo Sterens of the provin- cial'police.' fire .department assisted by. about 200 clt izens reached .the northern part .ot the main street, flames 30 to 40 feot high were seen shooting from between the rail-Ida' Cakery and Beckman's store. A. alrong west wind was blowing Efforts of fighters .to stem tho were futile and they bent their energies to saving western side o: the' street. 'A bucket b'rlga'de' was formed but'wits- ot Ijllle. use; the flames quickly gained headway. Whei Iho walls of-the Star Cafo tell it was decided lo dynamite, tho Sterling Tlank Iniiidlng in an attempt to nav the other .buildings. Quickly slves were secured and set off. Thi explosion demolished the wrecked scores of windows on (hi other side ot the slreet. People's Forum HEALTH AND HOTELS Oregon, October 15, J920 Hrlitor Herald. n I.ellibrldgo, Aiberl.i. Dear Sir: There Is a condition In every city that I have ever visile which Is of vital Impnr.lance lo very large percentage.oS tho popula1 tion of everyland. There 'are big things In ever land, corporallohs so largrj that the! wcallh and business bayon (hes'e thlnsa nr not need not worr any one. There Is nothing EO ena lo manage as. money, corporation c hfg business, provided they Are nrope; 1C looked after. I Imvc never fearc he power ot money In a democracy where the taxing power is in the hands f a sober, thinking people'. There'is owever, one thing that is larger than ny corporation, is of greater import- nee lo the nation, than corporation veallli or output, and a situation that Iiould ho ;nore carefully looked after tian alt others. The only thing ot ;reat Taiun in tho world is the health, if the public. In all'of our cities are hotels and ooming houses built for tho accomo- tation dC the travelling public, there nre many Classen' to fit the condition if ail times when nbney is plenty and business is good hat all places for the accomqdatioi the public are tilled to capacity ant This situation wit irobably never be remedied. Dut the icoplo have power to have laws pass ed governing the building .hotels and rooming houses and all tmblfi tlilldings so that no traveller will even jo required to sleep In what arc mown is Inside rooms, Theso 'rooms are always- at a' lower rate, but are lot. safe and are. poorly 'ventilated iavlng a Very foul air, often no ventl ation at tho same, air in the spring that they had in the fall. This'situation endangers the bcaltu of the. traveller'Who Is compelled t accept such rooms, and it also; en dangers the health of the people, era ploved to look after these.rooms.. Money and its return or income Is of litlle'Importance in comparison lo Hie-value ot public health, and the public- should EOO that laws are enact- ed' regulating 'Hie building .of all hotels and rooming houses, seeing that they-nre .'properly designed by com- petent, so that all rooms will, under all weather conditions, bo properly ventilated. There are many business houses, largo r.nd 'small, an'd offico buildings, In which many peoplo spend many hours dally, that have been built with- out nny'preparation for venlllatloa whatever. No office, storo, church or public I building should be .built .without hav ling'an approved yentllation system I, >No clothes closet-should ever b milt in without BaT: ng an outside window, or being con- nected witii a flue..extending through he roof, the smoke stack. The health of the Nation is the wealth of the nation. WALTER, .185 21st Street, Portland. IMPERIAL POLARINE IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY; IMPERIAL POLARINE A (LilW muftim Wj) hurr Wy) (Erb. heiTf A GRADE SPECIALLY SUITED TO YOUR MOTOR OIL LIMITED tight Lub mvall Cities LubncatipTx FORGING I'SCOIIE w fellers that don't eat POST TOASTIES aietravelliri on flat tires, BE PREPARED TO DO YOUR PART V.T.I. MAS SOME MISTAKE? NAVE StER MADE BUT THESE HAVE tCEII ERRORS IK METHOD ORLY-ALWATS 1HE OtJECTiVE. CLEAR 'CUT, WELL-DEFINED HAS IR VIEW. URGED ALWAYS-IV 4 NEEO OIILV .TOO EVIOERT, ARD lUILDIRe ORSAIIIZEO STRENGTH OB STdEIIOTH- STEkDV, WEU ORDERED PftOCftESS MADE. LOOKIKO ALWAYS TO THE fUTURE-TO THE BUILDIRO OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY WHEREIN THE REAL WORKER WILL RECEIVE ADEQUATE RECOMPERSE FOR HIS TOIL ;-CORSISTENTLY, WITHOUT fAlTERIDG, THE CHAIN HAS BEEN FORtEO LIRK >Y LIRK. THE ORGANIZATION HAS HOW RCDCHEO A POINT WHERE ITS VERY STRENGTH ATTRACTS THE LOYALTY OF MARY MEN, BUT ITS TASK CANNOT BE UNTIL IT HAS THE ACTIVE SUPPORT OF THE POPULATION STRONG. IT MUST tiAVE YOUR SUPPORT! bN'NOV.'l OR 2 A RE- PRESENTATIVEOFTHE OX4AN- KATION Wilt CALL UPON YOU. WELCOME HIM. HE WILL ASK rOR A CONTRIIUTfOR, ;