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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THE -LETHBRIDGE I) A 11, Y H ER A SATURDAY. AI'RIl, 11, 19J1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1307 _ Published the Hgrald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening it Hi edict, Sixth SU Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Cinida. W. A. Director JOHN Minlgir PHONE: Edits rial, Hepartorial and Newi 'Department 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 roar, delivered.................... 1 year, by mall PHONE: hQ, Circulation and 1252 53. 5 months, delivered 52.00 6 months, by S'.SO 3 uellrcrcJ tt.OO S n'.oaths. bj- mail 75 1 morjtb. delivered .35 1 mc-ma, by mil! Ail ii-. often as desired. tut both r.e-.v ai' 1 old tddres'r-s must ba given. HERALD FOR Lethbridge Red Cross Grassy Book Store; 3, G. Co.; Cranbrook Co.: Jaclcson Co.; .Alexandra IJutel; Provincial Kemp Cokes N'ews Agencr. ple's Urug Ssorij; Kenny Leading and Allin: Creek Hr. 109A ?lh Aic. Cisar Dreg World News Co, Diamond Dr. Westlake Bros. The" SUtlon EdtvarJ Head. Hat Co.; News Shop, World Mexs Co. Street. Clarence Kncl- News Macleod A. D. River Side Avenue. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday In eight or more, p.iges. and contains a summary of Ujb news o( week, local and district 1 jear in advance G months la advance.................... 50J Mayor Hardte-is tiling a IM! out of Villa's book. The sonera us constructed a guillotine in Tor- ceca The -mayor swears' that those wbo haven't i'lld list year's taies will jet li in the neck. Tomorrow it vtil! be the aim o[ every small bor to bleak the epg record. Tiuuk goodness, itu caly 20 cents a doicn. You ricxer can' lell'tteie by the shape Ol. milady's Kasttr bonnet which way is' beading. .Watch and North Lethbriiige rose up QB. _its hied Irgs U'e .other eight and made a holler atom the band. It was a -wail- ir.l m-iceodo. 5p br tie band has cnt replied 'to the compliment, not ercn with .V into ten' year's rccoid.L'y Koicj .to fh'ur.fH to- morrow. is a band 1 Kor a thousand -plunks per annum and a brand new set oi instruineiiis thrown in, that band of ours threat- ens a proloueed silence.. oJ the l rs siletve'is better EASTER. DOMING at :i soason when lite apparently dead 'eric's the bandsmen think most i ol us have enough' o( lacing the music 1 Ins lie condemned as unworthy of an in- i tnrs'c cays withd'ut', p'rolongbs tbe ajony. ]dren. tulligent people. In it country where education is compulsory things of naUirc are breaking into life, parental responsibility is in a large way thrown Easter emphasizes the reality of the hope piij011 individual teachers of the young. It would the Christian.Church is 'The 'greatlire well for them to apprise themselves of this Teacher .went through superhuman suffering'to 1 responsibility. Teachers should grasp that it is death to rise again, and lo give mortals tlie sus- not mere teaching but training which is in their taihing vision of fulure'.re-umon in the Resurrec- hands. The new education is one which experience has shown us has been too long neglected. It is tion. ;0ur grain is being buried to germinate, and Or.e.siga oi spring -we overlooked last After the railway c'om'mis- sio.-. handled the-height- rates cn- the col moves that ivii abol- ish parliament altogether and mote the commission.- Secretary TJar.ieJs IKS declared for lo rise again in a new form; our trees arc pulling hvell to see it being placed in the prominent canteens, forth their leaf-buds to prove that position which it is today. To'make it a success seeming, and that there is no finality. These are some of Ihc forceful reminders of the message of joy given by its Founder, and which has made lliq Christian creed the.beautiful one it is. The Easier bells and services proclaim'.the faith in a risen without, which the preaching of the Chrisliari Church 'would, as be .vain, faith also vain. Sceptics' have to throw doubt on the reality of the. Resurrection, but all nature in its uses should be recognized by individual teach- ers as mucl: as by educational authorities. OUlt POINT OF VIEW J Follow the biggest crowd iii LclWjriilgc and go to Church tomorrow. tS6 park .to If ate afraid we will have to in our I. W'.'.JV. cald. Goodbye "encral" Kellv s May.Sth jcLeige listtns' .like statute labor'on the roads iu old "Untaiin." Flod Downer There's one way the farmers can beat the free jricial patbmasler. I e have a A.'Mpor P. or soraSlt those othe...... digging lift a Whenyoij go to a dealers store to Hear a Phonograph be sure you hear an Edison _. impelling'sileiicelrefutes the denial. Human in-j wlicat game all they can get the incm-ia TshrM. s'tjncVTms'chrtig lenaciqusly'lhroughout thV-cen- ey. Let them grow wheat and feed it to ln 41.n Vinnn nf P c rton i (_ HTld flOPS. Tile Pat Up hnH tin CM ".rtil Hln lin n S furies to the hope of-the life beyond. Pagan phij- qspphers have realised it. Those slrby a cherished belief, which lias brought joy and comfort to countless thousands, are vainly swear-to that, seeking to contradict the lessons of The message-which brings to the folds of the and hogs. The cattle and hogs sail'across the line free, thanks to President and the wheat goes with them, though the customs officers can't Christian Church those, of other creeds has for Board of Trade buried pessimism the the ;ob other night. And why not? Haven't we received es on ..trie -end oi movie "John will have been discovered t0 'JJe ciutiuaioifaph ivorld. Whaddaya r, "jivrag'girls-at a local m Hoad sajs-.another colyuni Eridenlly- the purveyor-ol dope had toll' optics right on If you do not hear you do.not hear a phonograph, TTiere is only one Edison and only one Phonograph bearing his name. The Edison .Phonograph is Mr. Edison's own personal achievement. He in; vented it and he perfected-ik---...5 He is responsible for its. clear, lifelike musical Blue Amberois, playing four minutes lasting a lifetime. He has {produced the. indeftruclible reproducing point, never needs changing. He has recently perfected this model -a thingof beauty'in itself and a' marvp] nf miici'''I marvel or musical perrection. Hear tii-.s model. Hear tlie new Blue Amberol Records, embracing cyWlfuViIlg Vvorth while in-the field of songs and instrumental Edison AmbrJrola VI A.COMPLETE LliSE OF EDISON PHONCXJRAPHS 'AND RECORDS WILL BE FOUND- AT-: THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. PHONE 445 13TH" STREET-NORTH'-'" Kenny Allin, Linutedj V. Lethbridge, _' j vjun_i tiim 1 IV C the tnjth. of. the after hfe. -winch [wo of thc.greafcst boosts got place in Christianity in a degree ninac- i- thowledged by nny'blh'er'failli' iChristmas is. intimately-associated with' the rejigion." Easter cele- b'rales the truth of the'doctrine He fornuilatcd, lhe psl si, monlhs. The bigouth rnur-1 ket jias d ,Q our ]ivestock i( the heen shown lhat Spokane and Portland markets th It d it. ve h a owned can be supplied from here more readily from Calgary. The rates on coal, bur next big have been reduced so that Winnipeg j '-i you'bet rour bottom than j they w0-.ild save It.'- These Therefore we welcome.Easter- ,hc of our tejhng us.anew that, amidst the inuls and tabula- ke, why we bury tipps of a sun en ng humanity, there lies ahead the guerdon which is at length to bring its fecphi- IKIIKC. Happy is the mortal who, with unshaken faith in the future, proceeds on his' ilnily avoca- ;i tion this'loadstar to guide and siisUin him. R IDEALS OF EDUCATION.: IVALRY in intelligence amongst the civifize'd nations will in the outcome prove of'more account than the rivalry in armaments. It is well .to be prepared for this day. In this modern edu- cation has a great responsibility. To tlie thpught- Coal mines in Alberta, though. Ihey represent the second largest industry in the province, have ahvays.had lough sledding because the discrimin- atory freight rales restricted the markets.-Now that the rates have been'equaUzcd and the logical markel for our coal is opened up, we may expect to see the industry grow by leaps and bounds, and Lelhbridge will not suffer from the change, it should mean a big boon to this city and a fair- ly large increase in population within a couple must come home, and Ihe trend of na- of >'ears- Tlle (lf get right tional education towards ,lho ideals Kamc w1lh llle Taber board'and work to men of knowledge and foresight are slriv- F ihg to impress on the national mind. v V The recent "address by'Dr. J. W. Robertson, chairman of the Royal Commission on ' education, at the Canadian..Cluh at is one of the kind. It WHS forceful and iBiirring in its bringing forward the'conception education. I'ral growth, he urged, .was in thc efliciency, intelligence, and happiness Vof. Ihe people, and not in or material-wealth. oblrtin this lie ativjscdly, and most pppor- cssenlii.1 thu! we .-should jjet rid of thc idea that the school-is for itlic purpose of combatling illiteracy. There was ill-higher end than lliis. Concepts of liberty, jus- tice, honor, inlelligence, must be inculcated in schooi. Dr. Robertson Hie importance of tv.pre-vocafiona! training. Tiiis has not received 10 attention whicli is mnv being endeavored to lace on it. As the speaker staled, pre-vocalion- training docs not eliminalc Ihe vocational, for 1 pTe-Vocnlional is'voctiliona! as well. Training fhe people lo be inlclligenl workers, he pro- great dominating purpose We j should have. And here the speaker deservedly picnsnred a system which through examinations ?f. W book work disorganizes thr nen-ts of our chil- .aye the rates brought into effect early enough n the summer to apply on storage coal. Il's a jig thing to Lefhbridge, bigger than most of us realize. Remember, Winnipeg lias nearly 100 population as against for tlie whole of Alberta. This is one lime we can gel out mid ijoosl legitimately. INHEAHTOFClT HOTEL SAVOY Can it he true that formers arc being offered len'cents per dozen for their fresh eggs by coun- try' merchants? If so, it needs investigating. Here is something for the new rural relations contmidec of the Board of Trade to jump on with holli feet af their first meeting on Monday. Just three months ngo we were busy paying 10 cents a dozen for Hie storage producl, !f farmers can get only len cents for the fresh ar- ticle now there is loo much of a spread. Such conditions show most emplmlically the need of rold storage facilities in Southern Alherla. Ko farmer should ever receive less than to mils per .for eggs. If lit con gel 20 cents, so much Ihe littler.' We're with Mr. 1'anner on lliis deal, and will tight tlie ten ceni giig to the limit. We loolrfor Hie rural-relations committee of the hoard to investigate thoroughly, find thn remedy and npply it. Mere suggestions nrc not worth Ihe paper lliey arc wrillen on iu lliis case Commissioner .one car over, that.' un- used track on'the square belt at-least once.-a are getting rusty.'Let's brighten up. office.' I. "Yes, this is the mayor's i "IIupmobile.T V "lieard had some for sale .7. j we bad a pair bul we sold 'em.-1 ue're-just.out." alter weighty deliberation, we've decided to dispense with o'ur municifcal garage." r I'No. .our decision had notliing to do with the tax rate." -i tbanV you, ro more (or mine. The jmcll is quite sufficient to last tome time. Good-bye." (Ting-a-ling-a-llng.) The t.ost Chord-l.etbhridje (MM- zw.s' Rand. of arranging plSRaso frlenda and relallohar Country whom yon CJFMJ. to bring out In the spring cart secure their llckess .here UnJ M arrangements will mjido for their DONAUD30N LINE lrjformatr9Q, rates, -.etc., to any steamship "or LIOMAN, OtntrjI.Agtn! Main Strict, Winnipeg: pNARD LINE OF CANADA With Cash in ihe Bank You Caii Buy 16 Advantage Yen Hrjv eveiythlng costs more when you have. to buy on oeciit. practice self-dsiiia! a while- Ii nacessary. open a Sayings Acdcrat .tn the Union Bank of Canada, and, 7.'illi Ihe money In buy at Cash prices? Th5 Jisccunts will to swell ban's '-balatict, an'd -you will have rracio a gcod stsit towards financial GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. B. KING, Actina Hanaqcr BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager THE 'CANADIAN BANK HAS INSTALLED SERVICES i ryool Rtrvlcs In the WorW LUSITANIA WIAURETANIA Any CO., I 304 In view oi the recent ilisciissfon-ot lor 1814, ithe following despatch from 'Uran- don slioulrt prove interesting (or cora- parative purposes: City Assessor Ktrcalif completed his assessrntnt lor Ilia current year toiliy. The' only branch'which hai'shown 'a decrease is husinpss tav which haft fallen by The-ir.cifasc In the lots' a8- is Land, rme ir.creased to hcing over last year. Accenting tr, aaSesstit's fignren, there has nccn an Increase of in the city's pop- ulation. The present, population being as The lota! pssessmcrit of land and buildings is MAY BE FURTHER CONCESSIONS ON HOME RULE BILL April 1'arllarrient- ary representative of the Pall .Mall .Gazollt, Millng o( tlie clinncea of a ce-mfiiomlso on Sho Irish Home Uule question, tays there a general be- lief that very definite offer will Ve forlhcomlns (rojn (he i'rjme SAFETY DEPOSIT LODGE YOUR i Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policlee or ,other. valuables in, one of these boxes Lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, later, before tho critical slnse of Ibc bill IB. reached..' Tl-.c; Mlnisterlallals aro tho Oazctts, lo bo re'conclled lo th6 Idea of a general elecllon after.tho iiaflslnj; of tho bijl. 'WHITE. WOLF" CONTINUES TO SACK' ANO KILL uhero a column of regular troops has. arrived. KnuhertTO-pnforccmenls liave hccn Kent. When through the bwlily Na-Dru-Co give Ktiitlc, tiiaely and effective aid, without or distress. yqur [ggisl's, Riilanil jati< llntici. ;