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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WTCU too I THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HBRAUVS PAGE OP IJtVB LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN BENERIOFIHEBOYS Noied Bov Speakers Do- misuoa Doing .Good Tayior Statiw Talks To the Boys ieids in boys' wori oa.thls toBtlainl, acceding to C. J. Atkin- son, executive of the Boys' Club, of New York.'. He utaie this during a talk la Kcqx Hrejbyteriaa church Sunday morning on The speaker told of systems' In nse lii making the church Uke It B own part lu this work. Telling of Canada's part IB thie work, he aatd thit the head ot ev- ory large bqyi' movement in the Unit- ed V Canadian and! that these copied their plans from those sinpioyed first in this coun- try. Br.'itklnspn is a Canadian and until 8ii years ago was a prominent figure la work in Canada. Now he Is filling an' Important position in an Interuatlonkl "organizitlon. Dorfng th'e Bret tVenty years of the present centnry inore work has been dene- for hqya than durmg centuries More thought uecn deymed to. this work written -than in hundreds has and named the different stages of ife. He uied lakes and cabins during hit illnatratlon and told the bpyf that one who is physically fit, Intelltiectaaliy- prepared, who Is right with and right with, man, will come ont of ;top. Hagged was the construct Ion age, the time'.when-the boy.was get-: llog nla start im -whether right or i'. v.1-. Evtnlnfl Meeting _ Rotary Clnbs in Canada are showing a better ChrJBUao In.working with boys thin tie churches, said Mr. Taylor TqitfnLto.idnrine bis address at Wesley MltbeaiBt Church Sunday evening. Mr. the church' members Ufa they; must do more in the church and assisting along, the pathi of life.-.- t. Statten was 'speaking' before a good crowd fand; also be'fore a large number of boys. He explained that he is touring Canadi. with; Mr. C. J. Atkinson, of New York, uodtr the'aus- plces of the.Rotary Clnba and in the Interests of boys' work. ..On the plat- form with him. were twelve'-boys, of- of the square organized on. Sat- laborers, forty-nine bushmen, two mine laborers, thirty-seven oho mine driver, one mine macbliie man. bight chute loaders, four timber pack- ers, one fireman and eleven Thirty men were sent into the district i five from Calgary, five from SledicJEe'Hat, three from Vancouver, tuveii from Moose Jayr. one from lie- glna, flve from Swift Current and four from Winnipeg. )n the women's section ulna were Given'employment. -They were two stenographers, three housemaids, on? two housekeepers and one tvailresa. Casual employment was A giteii to sjlt womeu and nine men. city he lias-visited' in i; boys' work In ;the churclles, be, told .his congregation that one 'hour- a the Sunday IB not- snfflclent for this, to get the hoya there for this period. and to allow them to run loose for the daysjs not the proper teni tov'gaiii-the. ends :that should be accompliBh'eil. Boys' dubs should he formed that times" a be held and so that those Interested In that work could boiler, teepr In touch with the life of the hoys--, He-commended the Boy Scouts -movement as 'a splendid one; f that work with boys must start before the Bby'Scout agear- rivc-'s'he told ,of branch of that' organizations the Cubs. It is .sential.'he.malntaiBed, to start work 'with lioys-lbig'before they reach the age'bf twelve so that'their may II In Action Brought in District Court Over Set of Gang Plows of'-urdayaudgrend'officers. Grand Free- years. Following: .this he explained j Denoon took charge'of the ser- ftio.'pbject''6f hls-trlp and.said -i r ('Ten toTS coaiaiie were pres- They occupied seats in'the front of the church'- During his- opening remarks, air. Stattcn need loi conserve. boy !life The! etinrches, he said, in the iianner they should.; The Rot: ary Clubs, whose motto is are taking's, Lthe -Kyrk. They are shiwing more Christianity ia their the churches'are doing, although not- taking any spiritual Mr, .Btatt'en the' three essen- tials, some, church and school, must be looked after and t.he toy's spare be taken-up in a manner'that to him. If this Is done the boys of today: will de- velop Into typea.. tomorrow that will work wonders; for Canada. He spoke of the" system used In Germany befofeihe war that made it possible for that .cpuntry-to. face tho world in warVand: then'ispoke of the Wore Interest is Being -'Displayed Today in (he Referendum Issue The special sittings of the Distrlcl Court opened this Monday morning with the following .cases set down-tor trial. Merchants' Bank vs. Dudley this afternoon; Feeuer vs. Bixby, this afternoon; Kepler vs. on Tuesday'morning; and the iiiterplead er. a'etkra of Sadowski vs. MaeDonald on Wednesday The case 6 Koaus Harris started at eleven o'clock. In-, the action pf.-Knans vs. Harrl his honor 'Judge Jackson reserved Judgment. plaintiff-j. K. Knaus' a.farmer resident..near I.ethbridge, sued Ray farms near Coal- dale. It was alledged by plaintiff that oil or about May the defendant wrongfully him of'one set of Haniiiton gang the his knowl-. edge; and wlthoiii hla p'ermiSBion and converting 'It to his own use. He Elated that the defendant unlawfully detained the set of plows and did not retuflS 'the articles until the 17fH of. when the demand for the rV turiTwa's riiade'tq .uim. Further .the plaintiff defendant oniy returned part of the set 'of. plows, detaining and converting to his own use six lays. By reason of arid the. conversion of the' set of plows" lo his own nee by tho. de- th.e..plaintiff claimed .that he much loss of ..tlme-an.i coiislderable Ip'ss In Ecarching for the aaid chaUels.until.hc located Iherh ir Rotary Ideal ;is ,'the possession ,of tie. defendant. He, rinht and'wlll for'Canada it, therefore, claimed special. .damages the value of .the six, each ,HL W making and general damage? 5SQO Forefe boys' sfc1- Wither "with- the 'costs of- the actidn and of Mr'Petleyi of the Leth-rThe defendant, denied the atiega brought .up.tvelve.were twelye years nf speaker appealed lions and .further stated thai for cooperation for these men'so they'time. in. Aprjlihe-was'Instructed by J can successfully carry'.through'thejr'B. Shfmek', of.Coaldale, to take a cer nroTams f lain plow .and to. go 'Several of the hoys on'the'platforrnland" that 'he; Mr. fix j service closed the price on it.. Follosing these In, Polling in the referendum, in the Batter of tho Importation of liquor, rrom at tho early oiqrnlrig polls. a decidedly brisk- ;r' tarn between: the hours ol eight snd nine. a. number havlng'choscn the time' to vote "while ou the way to busi- ness; There Is hot a" great deal of Interest pbsiiiryable, that both the and the" "Wets" are oul, and contest is not expected to go1 single-handed' ;bhe way or the other. Women voters 'appear to liuve been much to the'" fore, and In tho polling stations at various timos In th6 morn- Ing they predominated over the men. Before the noon hour there appeared to' more interest taken in tho vot- ing "on: the north side than on tho NO REDUCTION- -KNOWN HERE The Medicine Hat News re- cently published an'articld stat- ing that reductions-have been made there !u tbe-retall prices of lumber. In lyethb'ridsq lum- ber dealers prices have not been changed. control. There'is no paralell In the two questions. Certainly conditions cannot be worse and will likely be better under provincial control bl ini- i portatlon." f south aide.- _ v-' Ffoin what'.wa5 'phle-to be obtained from tlie Various polls, it looks as. If there win be heavy vote' .cast, as clpso ori; ar- thousand must have in 'rfll the polls. In the Central Jchonl tHefe' ''wereTvf el I over 250 '.vote B last .'lief ore 'the noon hoar. In tha there were close on GO In' North Lethbridge there over' 200 cast at the gymnasium >f the: JVeslnjinster School. Cars are unn'lng bringiig VQters to the poll, there doe's not appear to be a jreat many of these. .1C the.forchooa is thera should be more cast in the city. Clioice There Was Soley Be- tween Badly Enforced Law and. Government 'Control No Stamps For Luxury Taxes Until Nov. 1 C. T. .Wood, inland revenue officer, Lethbrldgc, announced this morning that October luxury faxes must he paid in tho usual manner. The stamp arrangements do not come iuto effect until after November 1. Some mer- chants lu Lelhbridge, it is. understood have received a supply ot stamps and also perforators. Theso are used until alter November 1. Follow' lug that date the special, inland rev- enue stamps will bo used. Ko-other will be Referring tq; tho. temperance vole in British Columbia in Wesley Church I Sunday morning, Itev. C. E. Cragg aaid that if the question before the citizens j men'oEeiAlbertaayWoueid3 ihe'conUnenj EXPECT CONSIDERABLE- LJVBOR TROUBLE PRINCE ALBERT, Oct there, is going to be con'siderahlQ in- dustrial trouble in Britain this winter ia the opinion of the Sight Rev.-J. A. bishop of Saskatchewan, READING ROOM club' 'the' G.W.V.A; hun- dr'ed and fifty books. Included In this. numberTare -a lot of books by he gnjded'into 'the right paths dnrinis tho tills- Itao'' Bguros obtaln'ed In" juvenile courts> in the -In the United' Slate's -idf every 'thirteen boys brought twelye years of age Or the ratio for boys and glrla .'was sixteen boys' to one girl. ratio was eigh- teen hoys'for-one girl. -The spare fimp nf these vouuE lads must bo v11111- uv. ctiolie service ujuaeu made to bear fruit for them and the onTiWWbarprayer; lead by stnictions he took tho pWw for a church.can, do. H.; Mr stattenT short time but lie did not know that mr. jiw M. property of the As Bopn as ho deliver-; back to the sheriff's bailiff-.or some official unknown to him, also that, he delivered all the lays he got with tho plow. A. B..Kogg appeared for the plain-; tiff, and far Iho defendant. church.can, >He advised the establishment .of playgrounds and! gymnasiums for the boys, 'j In' many churches provisions are bDlng'made for.gTmnaalums, he He. In some churches to; having boys playing In the people objected because furniture.was sometimes bro. ken and because the carpela wero worn out. Mr: Atklneon asked it these boys In later years, make bigger- returis'to the church' thatt would pay., for'any broken furniture or worn'cirbets." conducting clubs and handilug boys, he advocated a lessen- ing the, opposition of the nse of slang.1 He' told his audience that with time a leader cfth cull bat of his the use1 of bid -slang by easy meann. IK the 'recent dfctWnarles many words appear that :ten or twenty years ago were considered.aa slang, and in view1 of this ho parents that they might bo too ready to pass judgment TNicknamea .he encouraged.( II breeds a spjrit among the boys thjt is commendablo, ho argued. -.At thu Y. Jt. C: A., during the after 1 noon, Mr'. Taylor Statten, ol Toronto spoke to a meeting chiefly composec of boys and yodng'mcn. His talk was more of a rciigious nature than th Always in good taste. Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Jesus Is Coming Soon Get Ready HEAR Evang. WIMcAlister Just arrived from Vancouver. week. MEETINGS "EVERY NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK, EXCEPT-MON- DAY. SATURDAY NIGHT, BIG STREET MEETING, PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Old Masonic Hall, Dominion Building. ;ARE 'INVITED Demand From the Farms and Lumber Camps Fall Off- Over a'Hundred; Sup- plied With Jobs Tlie reindeer has heeil :knowh to pull 200-pounds'at a rate ot 10 miles j an hour for 12 hours. dn'd' eno'eayored -to Unpress' them the virtue of iThe some time. to ana" advised to' follow JC fourfold na- ture was ore, ho said, thai was sure to lead tho Into the right field ot ilte.> 'It xoiild help him tho tltfro'wlieh h'o wo-jd be most atiic'ep; title to In story fMhlon ho life to a cande trip Calls tor Jahor from both the farms and the bnsh'.bave stopped, EO far as the Ixithbrldge branch of clal labor bureau is concerned, Thom- as superintendent an- nounced this mbrningi All the jobs open at th j boreau this morning wero for the mines. Although Mr. Longworth did not have anything to say It is iinderstood several lumber mills In British Co- lumbia have closed work In'the 'bush is being, stopped. Tho lumber- men have been .forced to pay high wages all season and now lhat a re- daction in tho price of Inmber Is .re- ported they are attempting to get away from under the high wages. One hundred and thirty-nine appll cations for inen wero made t6 tha bureau during the past -week and all the applications were .filled. Follqw. .Ing are the, figures In'detail: six farm One threshing gang man, one sheepherder, one carpenter, sixleeii DON'T FORGET The only place wbero yon can shoes' prac- tlcal ihoezuakers Is at. Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors 8. of Colonial Theatre BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 9'xW GOOD FOOD Nicely served Moderately priced Will make this csfe a favorite with you, too, The Yale :tiz SOUTH NOTICE Commencing Thurs- day, Oct. 21st, our prices on milk will be 17 cents per "quart and 9c per pint delivered. Table per half-pint. Whipping per ha If-pint. ACharseoflOc'WillBe Made On All to new customers and altc to old customers who have hot got bottles to replace the bottles In which the milk or cream Is de- livered. Our drivers are au- thorized to buy bottles from customers for a cash price of 10c each, This Is a good oppor- tunity of disposing of, any extra bottles, that you might have around the house, Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDOE, PHONE 1929 Our New Steam Pressing Machine not be hard oa your clothing. dono properly, pressing and .will make your garments wear longer.'.Why not have your done--by_ tho; neweot pro- cess. Our prices are reasonable. HEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry ;Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, .75 Work called for and delivered. 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 Now You, Too, Can Have FAMOUS NATIONAL MAID BREAD All from our new Automatic Bake-in-Sight oven every 35 minutes. Great, big, as any Gradma ever they keep fresh for a longer time, than ners ever did. See Delicious National Maid Bread I Your Eyes! MILK IS THE MOST NQURISH- MANDHEALTHFtOF ALLFOODS It Is also one of the cheapeit of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you need, Are You Using Buttermilk? H Is excellent for cooking and makes a {food Only 5o per quart, delivered. Phone 1576 arid have oilr clriver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Yes, yon can It baSo 'this way. You can see this most., delicious brer.d taking on Us glorious golden. brown color while yon'ra here. And just wnit until tho-fn'm- lly [Kisses judsmenl! NATIONAL MAID Bread costs no mora than Iho ordinary Come in for u loaf. You won't bo able to resist It thereafter. Lethbridge National I System of Baking, Ltd. 407 5TH ST. SOUTH, ;