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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I/E&feRIDGE DAILY HERALB HIGHrCUSS TAILORING ONE AGENT jri each town. REX TAILORING CO. TORONTO tlMITID THE VALLEi- P^sfiip^epttethbridgeHotel; ' -Agent* For LETHBRIDI^E FATlRlAltEO AS 90N UNDPftTOptC TO, DOCTOR WHO Pl^fa-0RUQ6J8T IS IN PROTECIGTHE MR. 0UTHRIE SUCCEEDS � IN ' HOLDING UP THE NEW 1. O. F. CHARTER m nelljf & ^KlnJ^f's und�rt!*ing par-, low, Vfp, regains ol WilUs DfLV-j^, 'pWlji .'.vjetlp o't l)ee�Hl(/fpp w>V^ir|l dnys, law* hi? 85%Vl^49ff^li death, two liolir^'-'lfi'fcerrviTJtKp^^c'oper Is' to hold " an 'inqueVti?tt*"l^sa'td th^t the drug-,4. gist ,wlip^s"ol^fthe powders is not'le-> eaUyr-'qualiilptf^'^and pr6seoutioii'' will ^;^Ott�waj April '(ts-Hugh Giithria has sftowted. a Bostponement of *he passing of the bill'to consolidate and ,�nMd the acts relftting �vtp the su-presje PouFfe-.ottbp. Independent Order. of>;F0Ws^rs/;{snd 'to ch'^ge^ liftme.j WheQi the matter cime ',up:. the vfimbii; for. Soiitli.^WeUjpgtpji submitted an amendment lin > tke.follpwt Jng terftis : ' ' -"Nothing in thjSaot" contained :any in(?mber?jtOi' re(M>j/^.-p-fty)ni!mtv ill :{u'u of his certificate,"iir pQlipji without further Qh^rge oO?seissment, when sUct a � meSiter ll�|tHp 'h^Wer df a cer-tiflpate'or PQlloyi��wmeir>''lfas*;hereto-' tpre;; hec9me^,^paid?^p#ioi�''>ri^ MP ifaxi\fi-|?*>;'�i''"''(''' TO GET flOtfp.VyATER^. OUawfi, i^'pril'e.^iChg Gp,n?Sa4;Qrfi�-^tte--paturaay. cbntaljj?-. th^^loffitolal notice of the Oity,;oJf;,\yiu�iB?E' that the Jf)^(^;4^ Bjaifl-taln a line of plDe'"outSldv'the>'proy-tuce. . " ^ ' '' Page 7 '..if' 1 n ' __^___...............'..-.^t-'1^/14/-^; i-^ THE MAIN STREET IN DAYTTOI^, 8HC)Wl'|yj' His Flock ' R. G. Harvey Is today moving,^^fa shsep from the,honje raijohnBS^r-11?^: mond to cyn Coulee about iS^^'iiilleB'. north from his ranch, preparatory to the annual lambing season. 'Mr.'�Harvey lambed a small bunch lastj'^o)?tli but the main herd, consisting of about 3000 ewes, win not .commenc.;.',uzitil about the IDth, / , , The lambing season is always'i.pne; of great' anxiety forthe. flookmaptey,' and, although w(th proper care; from 90 to 97 per cent, of the crop cai^lb^ saved, there ia al'Tsjrs �tUc pnsajJ)ilUy of a spring snowstorm or cold drlyliig; rain, and this is always a meniiol^'td the health of the lambs. , Mr Haivey has a system -;^i{ch, might well be followed by allfbr^jKlH? ers. In the first place he bas"iigi�i upon wliom be can depend to"jy4t?l? th.e flock day 'and night, ^nd woj;Jf t laiAftiiiiS takes another move, making ^^yc^y^^ tho first shelter for the selfoiid'.-4|||y;p lambing. This moving is co^tJnftM In' succession fprt about flve 44^|^p; whlcjj tii^e the first sroftir-'bijnM?,^ jwTquaJntedj the lambs Tepog,n7||p^ their jnothera by the tone-'o "M",attd'by ijmell. , When th and driven to th� inielteri ^ .'It la','the mixing of these small sep-ar'ata-d^y iamblngs that cause 50 per t}ent. the loss'. When thlp occurs njany.xit the iambt( lose their mothers, not befpg accustomed to her' blat. and it is kn utter impossibility to help as ^^We -^id Her lamb, because she be-i^qofnesiitpo excited" arid, usually does' 'just thfe opp98ite from what the herd-er "wishes her to. i; � dies and the sliep- 'herd'has a lo&t or motherless lamb, the'gkln is taken from'tie dea'd laAb, ;Dlfcoed| on the little chap without a ljbo.jn9i''|and the mother; of the. dead ,i&ipb 'will, nine times put of ten, ;clftim It' as her own. * Thus is saved ::thib�\^nguish of. the mother, the life :o'f'-"th'p(lamb, and- theildssi to the shep-. y^Thei^ R'i'e usually pl�Pty o� coyotes; "lEiigi^ lynjf on the Job dufljig the lamb-' ihg' season and the shepherd must lie,e^,^fl watchful eye on the herds at aU' ,tlmes, or the depredations from ',illese'enemies will be manifold. As a ^if^^Utipn at i)ight, a lantern is ^Ja'cisd' on the ground B��r eaph. shelter,'and a scarecrow Pft besld? Vs.. TiJe>coyp(e, tfiough ejptfemely rav^^;; o^^Cf^r a prime b't 'of fiasb lajaj), JS; e^oee'^Bgly cowardly ftnd wil): ,:}pt: The New tOc Cigar Wifli ^'^fliffffielB^^ Flavor "F'rr we Viftio" giyea yott tUs r.ch, luf i3ov I'rtv a' A i-' the purf ZAivaua tob^CLpse ot iirbuh u is made v'e. it ib sweet ' Flordfi Cipro' i-. a li^Jjit, buW, fuU flavpied^cjgn'-a tuei 1 to piudse pcpuiijLx'lH^te ' S J. WRVCJE PAVN^ LII^TED, � - - GR/aNSY, P.Q. near when t^is p|^6i|^^| {enj^ It ia in the e^rly morpfng. \liV-'Vt)� sjieop hPgin'to fe^^^away >m:5%e shelter that tjji' poyote do�s >B>'of his kining; ,^en the lambing is copj'Plete they ?k^^\'a}i put In one big/cory^l and -"'""i^ and ear marked. They are irand�d until tlie ^shetgrjn^^aiijg jU June. * -i^^ritpai'vey has al'f^a'ys'b'een very HWC^Bsful with his lambs, ^apd It 18 '-�-"--�'-fedJy due to hi^'jij^m^rkjable ending of .sh�pp>ja)pds|5f;^ lie employs. He vsufiHyniftkes ease in numberasptiifrona 85 to ^ent. each y0ar,^wljieh Is cer. ^ remarkable :'g.ai�/ o?i^ To iBt PaQking POLES Boycoii ' AGAIJISIKH REE^EL TOR AGAINST'-HAVING A PAS-WHO 1^, OF ANOTHER NATION/^LITY Berlin, Ap^il 17.-r-Tha- Poles of Wll-helmabuwfnear Hjamburg, have declared a )).pyobtt against the church, following-the "(alrtfre of the church authprltles to heed a petition for the instftljaeion. of sa;Polish instead of a German" pastor." They assert th^t they wHl nob attend; :'norr�'contrl^iJt�ivnioney to the ohurchi': anii^that'they will' celebrate no* weddings'or taptisms' so long as the Ge?m^^ pastor, remains in charge. If pfle-jjlitMBidles; be_wlll beiburled In the/'tifttherJ^nricenfietery. The Poles hayej up-to',thfj"present ^Ime, had a German|^p^8t0P who spoke Polish, but theynoyirefdse longer to |)e satisfied with thl^'I^rrang^^ment. I EOOCATION LA,TEfT- MOVE IN ENSLAND TO 'TAKE EDUCATION "TO THE � MASSES IT OR EAOH FAMILY PRUSSIAN GOVERf^MENT FIND-ING IT EXPENSIVE TO SETTLE GERMANS 'ON POLISH LAND Berlin, April 7.-^Thei*rU8Bian government proposes to-oontimie,,.wliji energy Its efforts to buy out Polish landowners and settle ' German peflSr ants 'on their lands, and- It has asked the Diet for ano ther appropriation .of nearly $55,000,000 to; contjnue this Work. This is done in spite of the fact that since the ;German colonization scheme was started" twenty-siit years ago, it has cost the goveinment approximately $6700 i For further information and ticlcets apply to any C, P. R.-Agent. R. G. McNBILLIE, District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alberta.^ WILL SIOOY THE PHYCHOLOGY SPOR DOES IT STRENGTHEN MAN'S WILL AND SELF-CONF)DENCE ^THE MORAL EFFECT Jllpndon, April 7.-One of > the principal teatVireii of the new Education Bill tp^be'intpjJducefl during the pres-ept-'9?S�jon"pf.>rU^ment, it Is nnder-stwd, .wIU tjfe, g�tto>isfeip�fnt hy lo|al ^utlj'oriles ^f ev^ftlpg sohpolp tferpu^J>S}it �-^-flwptry aP.d th^^oopa-pul^ory fitteadajjcp- of children undfr slxtgM[>ysarE(,,of�age. The spjipol ^ge foi;thJ;fpmeBt dajr' scbools alSo will, be r|tf(^ %ii^V.j5^fi9P yipars, so tltat f�rs-t,^K^ei?�#�r'lp�vi�8 "lay s^^"! "^VJwJlj^ Vv(9i the advantage of Vi8l^k#wJ?&- list etrth^^dftjeotlpn that boys'and .*9y^ftd gP>e',}indpr the Ice. s '*'"- C I_ have been transferred to -aciiulred Polish lands since 1896. "c -H^FT^-t-r!.;' EXTENDING THE CAR LINES;, Calgary, April 6-A quai;ter of^a mllllou dollars will be-ex^endedr-on stieet car line extensions thlai-Bear^pn/ it the council accepts the leo'dmmen-datlons 'of the commissioners W decided at Saturday's Besslon.'' ' \- Berne, April 7.-The study pf the. ; psychology of sport will form a spec- . lal feature of the coming Olypiplo Congress at Lucerne; ' r Hitherto sport has been looked up- 1 on principally as a medium of physte. oal Improvement, but recently the;; French scientists have been examtii- . ing the intellectual eCfects.of vaTlous;. games.  nrst observations would, s?em to show that besides the -development of semi-moral au^lities;;;::! such as courage anil ^ >perseverani)e}-ji each game or exercise has odirttiln. special characteristics which act bn?_ and improve the mind. /I' The Olympic Cojqgresa, startliiif' from this basis, p^;6pp"8eB to asl^ a number of leading dsrotees of �^vif,^ form of sport to ai^j^lyze the phenomena observable In thftmsolv^ , and other athletes, vtuestlons will b|^. '' '' asked concerning thp origin o{ th^,, tests for sports; whether duo to nati ural, general or speoii^l aptftudfd, tfr heredity or to Instinct, anft io-'vjrhftf-h extent the spirit of imitation pr ^ilf  power is responsUile. Tli�^ th^ cQtt-,.*>*J tlnulty and method of cultivating *b^.;Va'. tates; is it inherent to/the per|jbai|'-ality? Is It bprn physically, *rbm,>V.A species of muscular autordrtlsm, %�if'^il desire for fresh, alt-or is'It implant-;',/'-jlj ed In individuals hi the ajnbltlpS'.M'f, be -beautiful.' ' merely to be Hnally the reeuns: > -uoes ira,in�ij:fg^^i,i cause excessive fatigue to the 'lio'dy? .' Does it produce, a greater Pp,w^j' physlbal resistance, .or th^, ment of jvill-powpr / and J|6Jf;o6 denoe? Poes it lead to m'ent-fil;;;ei poise alnd a philosbptilo attltude"#j wards life ftud conduct? _ '\t \ It is expected that the dat^'bbt ed 'will prove of great vAl^f^i',' form the foundation" of, a ne^y.^rg of experimental pyschplogyof liil| ttnce to educationalists, > t.a'!! ... ,".T?.P"^i5MI Rome, April 6.-A m^emojlal fg late J. Piernont Morgan, f a�i;th' day in the^-Amerlc^'icliurehM Paul's, of .w^lch, the W[p9Bi^;f'dS by Sir Bdniiind B, 'jonpi'.weire'^ the gift of,Mr. Mbrs4p'.^ '4 lumm row).'lfti>'fl''tJ�:Jg;j|M||| jg�!^at. 'TJl-flre f^j^fi thovi.<|apda||| ^g8'j-ais9