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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL "TOWS WHERE YOU EXPERT IT THE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS' ____ W' V TOESDAY, .OGTOBKR 1920 LETHWUPPE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN URGED TO COMBAT JUYFJLE Brilliant Speakers Compare Money Spent in Protect- ing Buildings and Boys in City. SPIRIT OF SERVICE MUST BE SET FORTH VMue in-- Dollnrs and Cents. serve Ideal in the- must be firmly planted Going from tho borne he stated' that in many" schoola condntons .need ct arising. In BO mo cases pal holds himself as a'klng and lords It over the teachers and The teachers lake this out the piipils. Instead ot this principals and res'ppn- teachers should make the boy sible for tlie conduct th. j.nd should staVd-neluria think instead til lording" It over llieui. IF ill. bA When that A. community club is absolutely: needed. The policy of.thc must that of the open organizations are not getting the boys as- they chould. We are 'yet to find the where tbey are getting nil Tho the Sunday tfoi-and the Y. M. C. A. need a coniaiunity club for a clearing said Atkinsou. Tlie' 'cliib could set a high uioral standard, regulate the boys language and conduct. The spiritual work would te left to tbe churches. get onto Die streets-, they aro'llkeljT to form a .character Jusi like the streets, bairen, with perhaps a sewer iu it. Boys are divided lutb three classes. 'urlrileged. the''privileged, and.tho.-under under privileged classes ar thoso th9 Rotar- ians.should pay most atteuti9a.t.o. He Issued aiT urgent appeal Telephones Besieged by People' to Know Refer-- eridiim Result late lust night Herald's telephones were-busy. the The p {he result of the' vote was itirgii'asd hundreds of- I, tlons to the information available-- at tho time. LOT OF MINERS. BACK AT WORK, A bigger, proportion of mln- ers at the North ADicricnn Ccl- j lierles than have been work- ing for some-time are today 'ft back at their jobs. That Is tho report Issued horn the office at Kipp this niora- ing.'v Trouble rhas been ..going oil.-.sinco last; "Wednesday'but morning everything is ane. How Lethbridge Vote% Compared With'1915 Spirit-of service, and the need ot a community dub for l.etbbridge'a boys were the key notes oE two ad- dresses delivered before a meeting of the-notary Club' members and busi nets men I "the Y. M. C. A. Mr. C. 3 Atkinsou, executive secretary -of -the Hoys Federation Club. New York, pre- eehted figures in comparison to tbe value, of the boy lite In Lethbridgo 'and adVised 'sire-ugly 'Ja 'community club. Mr. Taylor of Toronto, talked 'on iiistllilcg 'the -spirit', oi- ser- 'vice Into the boys. No business was transacted at the The entire time after luncheon, was Riven over to the two visitors. Mr. Btatten was the first speaker. After .explaining'the reason for. the trip' he said he had started out with the idea that he, -with Mr. At- have to sell hoys -work the Rotary! Clubs, .but he had not been long in discovering that, the Ilotan Clubs of Canada have nlrcadj bought boys work .and he has been endeavoring to formulate plans where the olubs can do more efficient wort, v rWe find men everywhere TV no want to do bovfl work Their hearts are righ' hut when thev come to get into the game their heads won t work he said Like women lots of men like to be in style We are in this game of boys work for more than style, lie Continued Mr. Stalten told-how'Baden Powell al particular1 tarlans to give these attention. He instanced the reduction' o! jnv'e- nile. crime >u; twp districts, in Toronto on-a'ccb'unt ot !the-.'c3tabiiahinj; lot two coniipUriity .clubs. Tbjre' tbo' city was 'saved four or five hundred dol- lars in one section, besides tho-good pone to the boys. Play'grounda'are needed and should have'-full tune the True Rotarlari Spirit "When the boys have tho true Hotariau spirit iJeiTwe. ore goiug to have a new Cariada.'i cdutiuued Mr! Stattcn. thatjs'ithe" great- est character ;bullder. sboys Is not always iftViha bonie'ib'ut'- Is be- tween tho age's of he is; able streets and he do. Then is the time he, .Js slthcr'Son or lost. We must have season. Contiuuins he. told ;of ami clubs enoughSc- the boys eft find a reduction of juvenile crime in one their own sajd the Precinct in. Chicago where the corn- speaker. "The la to see that every boy Is placed'jn the right gang and is getting the-right chance and the right kind ol'play In that gang. They must teach themthe right way lo charged Mr. S tat ten. He then unfurled a banner showing a.system oi.organization--for boys work under four heads. These beads include.the, schools ,the and kindred oganizations and every kind of boy. The'Man From New York Chris. Atkinson opened his 'address by extending greetings, from the New York .Rumo- tp the conservation commission "It can was often asked'his opinion the war will. be over. about .The nnswer finaHr'Klven by tho leader of .the Boy Scout movcrrent was 1935. The reason for that answer was that the result ot the war -will come from the Wnd of manhood .resulting. The speaker referred to Germany's war machine.-.The doctrine of force instilled-'into, iherbpys of the nation. Waen' 'the '.war 'lords'' were searching for. a means .of ensuring a great fighting machine they consulted different professions and the' teachers told must.reach the boys with the result that they wont right into the'schools. V Service'Against Force Oilier ril- rectly opposite to Geriqany. They ailqntcil sen-Ice BS their motto .with tbe result tliat' wlioiiithe-war -clouds ilarVcricd Europe -rdcmits noorffedljto the banners! of the Allies.and.the uu- sclfisli sysloni won.-..-The samo; spirit flnallv grasped businessmen of .Amor- bridgc'toi ica -who .bonded- together to help, although they were-- unable to go to the .fighting: fronl. this spirit In .worth neeils to: be -instil- led into the boys of Canada; the speak- er argued. "He .who nrofil serve Is" a saying, the speaker often used. This ideal, he, continued is years old but the nation's .are just It and liiideavoritig" it. Tho old. teachings' elbowing, the ..other." fellow out ot the ,their nscfnlnosF. lie gave instances of businesses out of business because they; did'not wako up to the wave of value for money, paid and fpr.tlio service to their customers. he advocated the taking of a leaf from .Germany's action only, the spirit of service should re- pUicc the barbaric leachigs' of "If we go after tbe boys witli this newer and better ideal we iire going to mato a great ho said. -'.f Summer Schools for. Boys said that forests are projected, thj ho'gs inspected and tho bovsjieg lected.'t he said. Then ho baurted the comparisons. lie, placed the popula- tion of the city at and the boy population at nine hundred of whom Are In tho public and hlgli schools and the remained in the separ- ate schools 'What are they worth' 'Can find dollar and cents basis .for. he asked. Taking figures prepared by several scientific men in the. United States, the speaker put a'.valnation of oil each boy, which makes a grand total of fo.r 'the hoys of Jjethbridge. Compared the next most valuable Basset are the buildings, which are placed at Keferfing to lite -toys he said: "Here is 'mi asset. that is always 'ii danger. When a boy goes wrong he not', only ceases, to' be' an asset but is --liability." To protect in Imild-i ings the cij.y employs fourteen men on whole. time. To1 "protest and guide. l.iob.OOO Svorth of bb'y life 'man is.giying his full time. To keep; znunlly Club scheme had been put into effect. Jn one year the juvenile crime had been reduced fifty percent. SupLlnDark About Riimor Opinions vi all kinds were expressed X.IL- .yueaiiapecnhon told 1. went Vet "txclalmed: Good old'! city in the tbe .banner- r eiprjss Joy when bearing r that. Letnhrldse wet. few were tho expressions of disappoint- uiont from the women at tho fact that tho province, went dry, although there were" a few., Pr8Cllcally..ln the same proportion its Lethbridge went wet were the ex- clamations on the_ {that might happen In far as the force ii concerned oven to such an uullkely event as his being, to the Yukon. The HeraldV bulletin setrlce had a big crowd all evening, despite the rain.' REV; WM; IRVINE IS' LEAVING ALBERTA Rev. William Irrinc, who has been for some. years; past one of the niostl prominent figures In the. .public life j of. Calgiry anil. Alberta, lias taken a permanent position in the. organiza- tion of United Farmers of Brunswick, with, wuoni bo has been closel> associated is aa active work er during two election campaigns in eluding the last government clectlOJ He will leave Calgdrj in about ten time Ho ran is a f inner labor candidate In FasJ Calgary in 1917 mndo Carnegie.Fouiida-lat the present tho tion for-tliis purpose. It is a position lo have these installed, to build the library with a daylight basement, and, a storey above it. There will .be.a.children's lecture .tbo: b'ull.dtiig'. for Iho purposes of Saturday talks to the children on stories and create an inter est and be a guide to .then) in reading. This room will be open also for pub these fpiirt.cen-.inen Jn. a'ppropriatto n. of ?4J! Is jna j ad e. tlia t someone Is going- -tor-say you a.lilghqr on your At (he present time, out of ''l.OSO boys only two'' hundred "are being reached. These 'are members of the Hoy Scouts, and tho i-peskcr made a guess that they are. In what he would Icrm the- privileged "-'class. "What about the other seven or eight, linn- bc.asked. Jle Ibon referred to the juvenile court. Tbe record of only twenty j cases vras fairly good but there should j not have been so many. The scudms ot.lwo hoys to the house of correction r was ail admittance that llje community had f alien tdoiyn-In tw.o-.oascs. More encountered iu the city: He iiopcif.lliat- Bdiools wouli "ba'e'stabflsrijidF.gifVCaa- ada to 'siiend one or l.rti-o boys eSsontlai school -timot Tho speaker.had to saV Jointing put Dial 'often' most; money in It- tbo best liomc conditions for Ibe boy In the things that really coimt lor niucli. In the homes the spirit of will lo BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 DRESSING TABLES Triplicate bevel mirror, or white enamel finish. 'Very each 334.50 FORGET whore you ciui get yoiir shoes r6pMrefl by-prac- tical shoemaliers Is at Huttpn Perkins 418A Fifth Strict South I 3 doors S, of Colonial P O BOXW 'PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE .PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Aeadfa Building 612 Third Avenue South in that it bas'lo confine Itself to the provided _by the- Carnegie nuuiKliuioif for dfsiincti} iiurarj pur poses. However, In planning the build- ing it will bo BO designed asi to allow of the adding of the conveniences where tbo same heating plant to-be inslalle'd can be made to apply at He meetings. It is.-.not proposed Jo future date, when tho financial pobi make any .additions 'to: the building tion of the city'justilles the espunh in the way of rest'and-comfort rooms ture. STORES ARE-CLOSED TOMORROW AFTERNOON; The public should be reminded that the stores will close on Wed afternoon according to the agreement come'to. This will now be :a regular Institution in the city right through the year. .Mrs. Kate Hartman, mother oJ three was sent -to; Jail v'iu Fort Arthur on her second'chafge-'ofj selling lieruor. Always in good taste. JOHNG1LMORE ..Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 NOTICE Commencing .Thurs- day, Oct. 21st, cmr prices on milk will be 17 cents per quart and 9c pint per GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make this cafo a tarorito with yon, too. The Yale Z12 FIFTH .StfiEET SOUTH. Table half-pint Whipping Cream- per half-pint, per -23c A Charge of lOc Will Be Made On All Bottles to new customers and also to old who have not got bottles to replace the battles In which the milk or cream Is de-: llvared, Our-drivers are au' thorlzed to'-buy bottles from price of !0c each. This Is a good oppor- tunity of disposing of extra bottles that you might have around the home. Chief Mountain Creamery Cot, Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1923 of the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY PMSDAY, Oa. 21 Occupying Our Old Stand, 404 13th St. North HOME-MADE BREAD 15c a Loaves for 25c Fresh, Tasteful 'and Dainty Cooking, Buns, Cakes, Pastry Always On Hand We will he pleased to have our former customers and come guarantee (food and the best-of service, PETE CARDICO, Manager Jesus Is Ceraing Soon Get Ready HEAR Evang. W.EJcAlister Just arrived from Vancouver. Here fqr' one week. MEETINGS EVERY NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK, EXCEPT MON: DAY SATURDAY NIGHT, 6IQ STREET. MEETJNO. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Old Masonic f Hall, Dominion. Building. f'oU ARE INVITED MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUl OF ALL FOODS it is also one of the cheapest of foods, Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk is the-'kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooking and makes a good drink. Qnty So psr quart, 'delivered. Phone. 1676 and have our driver THE CRYSTAL DAIRY PHONE 1576 Now You, Too, Can Have FAMOUS NATIONAL MAID BREAD All from our new Automatic Bakc-in-SiSht oven every 35 minutes. luscious ns any (Jradma ever they Keen for a longer time, even than hers ilid." See Delicious National Maid Bread Baked Before Your Eyes! you en h WATC H it bate tills new-day Way. You cau ace this most delicious bread taking on its glorious golden brown color wlillo you're here. And jnst.wait mull the fam- ily passes judgment! NATIONAL MAIIJ Dread costs no more than tbo ordinary kind. Come in for a loaf. You won't be able to resist It thereafter. Lethbridge National System of Baking, Ltd; 5TH ST SOUTH ;