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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE I.ETHBRIDGE .WEDNESDAY, APRIL.15, 1011 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER ISO? Published by the Htraid Printing Ud.. every lawful cvtning at ;u ofnci. SUtr. St, Canada. JOHN i PHONt: a.dver1lalnf, W. A. PHONE: Editorial, HtporUrta! ar.i Ncwi Department DAILY SUISCRIPTlON RATES I vear, (ielirerea.................... 1 year, by mall 6 months, delivered 6 raoaths. by ma J months, uellvered .........s.......... Konths. bv mall I month. Clculallon and 1252 1 month, by maU SM chaoses as oilcc as desired, but bo'h sad old address must to 09 It.M .75 .25 THE DAILY HERAtD FOR 3ALe Red Cross Dmi Boot Store; J. O. t Mur-ply Co.; I'rinkrooi Lake Grater LaVft Hotel erUon Co.; Jaetsoa It Coin Co.; Attiandia Hotel: Provincial Araucf. lilo'i Drui Store; Kenny fc LiWiridjt Plnchtc Br. t-eadlnj 931] Store. USA flh Cisar Drti Wertd Co; V WesUake Brof- Station Edward bltirwnil Dr. The "Medicine Hit Newt Co.: New Shop, f ;uoi a nature ate all ,00 Thoujh' piimarlly intended a work of special importance in Us re. tllea to much of ttrly klatvy Alberta, and Or. billory -of At- terta, the two-' Works pro'mlie to tnaie IMchlaj of the bltlKy of .he Canadian a .0 ibe ratrnkftri of tae profeaalor Tbe brings n-lthlu reach a not Dconildarable aioount o! matter from old journals.not to the average reader. It throvs i light on (rouble of 1870, la. ishlch KU1 it shewn In a Ht'jt probably has not occurred ,to many of ua from reading thft ordinary- lils- torical tn-our schools! Some of the outstanding chapters I of tbe baoV deal -with early explore- tlon, the romance of the fur trade, i our Indian- tbe dramatic itory o! the Eurrender'Of the Northuest by the atoriglnet, a-full and reliable ac- count of .the rebellion of 1S55, the! story ot-lmniigriUon and settlement! re'.liipus work, and'the work ol B.K.W.5I.P. The "work wilt be -tourcp, of pleasure to the lover of it will help to soli'o tlie problem'of many a teacher -who endeavors to make Inlerurlng to his claspes the early history "ol tbe, i 5ubjtct TEhlch can be made interest- ing, tut hitherto lias been the teacher's buibear because of the dlt- ilculty in the proper yl.C'O-- point on zuny. details which eifrcis- aa impbrtaht bearing on tho shap- prcvlaeeE, which into ptiMfabed 'Mt HUtarieal Co. of Retina. other it canbe'turnedlnto prac- -...r are, of tipnal training Jft. forward'''that Subjects'..are suffer, that theVlhree'il'f'.ifi- t'nejiasu.'of all education; will be neglected. There, wiU'be a this direction, tlmt'can readily be guarded OUR POINT OF VIEW AMUNOtEN'S NORTH POLE. DASH CALLED OFF Spring time is lax .notice time.. your appeal Have you .fhcje settlers from .the Panama should mike good imguliehists-' One way to get the Board-of Health xto .ex- plain would be'to call the tneiiibers before the of the schobls in North Lclhbridge ratepayers, their first term is rsther conclusive proof that there is both a need and a desire for vocational training, and if they stand the test of time, as we hiive reason to expect they yncaLional edu- cation will be given great -impetus in AWAITING AN EXPLANATION. WE hope the Board of con- sider lightly our request for an explanation nf ttR'ir action at their last meeting when they licclared.against compulsory vaccinalipn-in.pne, isolated case. If we did not make our position clear al lliat tinie.we.woiild like to do so now. We wish to point out that the board is not appointed to legis- late in isolated cases where such general prob- lems, nrc, being dealt'with. 11 is felt in many quarters-that they had no right to isolate one case and deal wilh it that they should have made a general rule which wouk have the case'in point. If .they cin. as Sure Hie jicojile of Lethhridge that it is their in- tention to remedy-this will-call I will up at least .one poin of fOst'M present is troubling tin niiinlspf many.: been pointed wit to. us' also that the Health according to the law, is appoint regulations, under th direction of Hit.''Medical Health Officer. 'The Ac 'filnlos tlial his ads-ice should be followed. Iri thi case the rulings of both the M. H. 0. and the ac ing M. II. 0. have been set aside. While the board is about it they may explain this point also. The board has some explaining lo do, nnd the people are anxious to hear it, 11 is not a question to be .dftllicd with. Mayor llardie is now busy telling the prpvin- :ul government how he has been curtailing cur- cnt expenses in Lcthbridge.lq the irreducible Christiana, in'rl) ficlai made here toiajr o! tbe foTa'Vear t> TUt ifltct TV hu rccallti to GbriitfUK and ar> to hvlltre that tbe plans for the expedition will nexer-be car rled- out, 'becauie of the- apparent -Im of raizing the estra The decorating of your waifs is-quite a problem. .You them to be. pleasing in color, and appearance so as.. a1 Suitable background Tor your furniture and pictures.' V" So the ideal finish should bo artistic in texture and coloring, absolutely sanitary', rind capable of bciflg jicj if necessary with soap ami avoid a too frequent cxpcoso for rcdycoraiinz. VTall papers do not meet all these requirements, tho pallerr.5 and designs fade, the colUct and germa aqd cannol bp cleaned. Eanilary exports liavc proven tiiat aiiytind of yall paper is tbo cujtoaiof applying new paper over the old, afioriU a breeding pLice-'for Kalsoaiins and pauils, while clean and sanitary, liayo not ihu accessary They frequent renewal and often rub off oji'oaea tuid finger marks 63 ftifififactoriry'. !_' fte product that meets everj' requirement is Sherwin-Williams Flat-tone, a oil -ciiide in-i variety' of-twenty-four beautiful the Ecluctioii of expert decorators. This finUli ran Ko "Tasheiiwltu.soap and aud will last for ycajs....... -Como and'seeius.about llal-lbne. It is put up iu liquid form ready for Use. Asl: fora-coloroard-of pleasing shade's. :Hick-SeJxl .Hardware Co. Plumbing, 'Heating, Tinsmithing and Gas Fitting Office Phone, Store Phone, 762'-''' Fanners in Western Canada are beginning io link that the only way they will gel the tariff hange's they want is by Ulslerizing their forces. A- postal card lo the Lethpridge Board of "rade will start you in ns u farmer. Get some puds that are thoroughbred and see. what the oil in your back yard will do with them. Whatever lias become of the commission to nquire into the hujh cosl of living? Perhaps il las. aviated in quest of information. Well, those who spend of their liint. in the air seldom jet down to real business. Word comes from Calgary, where-there arc nothing hut horses and asses a I tire present time, Ural a donkey "out lo ttic horse was nam- ed Maxwelton, because its brays -ivcre: bonnie. The word comes froiiii Calgary, Vocational Iraimng is one of Hie greatest problems that Alberta has to fare, says the Min- ister of Education. And the province has recognized this need, and is wel! tip in tlie lead with preparation to meet it. The success ol the agricultural schools proves lhal. MEDICAL INSPECTION AS A GUIDE IN CHOOSING A VOCATION. THIIE is a very inlertsting poiiit'raised by the Cnlgary News Telegram, showing the reia lion' vocalionul Irainihg and health in- of pupils: very important point in connection with the medical inspection of .schools, not brought sufficiently to the front, is lire dtleclion of.lads who cpnstitulipnnlly arc ill-adapted for iiiside Irades by reason.of some inherited or ac quired physicul weakness or disability, but wh he Medicine Hat Times will'awake lo discove !ml the Liberal parly took a rather life-like, life sized photograph.. Someone has .suggested that street car sched- ules should be printed and poeied at every cor- ner. We were going to suggest thai some time ago, but thought that the printing presses in the city would be kept too buoy printing chtnges. Now thnt Ihey are we. might have some schedules. cannol in- crease without facilities to provide for and stim- ulate increased i (raffle, and many more people would use Hie if they were kepi poattd on the atrivnlunt each "Man's Faithful USING PANAMA cXNAL LOCK-CHAMBERS AS A DRYDOCK FOR SUBMARINES Five of-Uncle Sam's wljl 1'aclflc entrance to the canal, aro.-refilns.oii IhQ.'floor ol" ttre'uldler lock chamber of the Gatufi -locks' now lise (or [ho upjcr.loc.k.diaralsr. w.s demonstrntei) tlio were floated Into the so' that forkmen cm-oVcrhflul, prilnt'lhe .prior lo Uieir taking up their duties as'guardlansof-tha Pacific approach 10 the 'canal. WHITE' SUPPORTS PRESIDENT WnBlon, D.C., April who, as secretary of the Am- erjcan Emhassy at firEt sug- gerteid-lti Great Rrltaln.lhat the Clar- treaty1 be superseded, by that the -United BUtM might bnlld a canal across Iho Isth- mus of Panama, tolii the Senate Can- als committee today that in all the negotiations ot Ihe Jfay-Pauncefole treaty, no suggestion ever had been that Arhcrlcan coastwise aliins might bo exempted from the payment of .'canal lolls, WE CAN TELL Y.6y WHERE TO PURCHASE OR 3ELL POULTRY P10S 1'BT STOCK AND 'ALL. KINDS OK J.LV.B S.TOCK V HEIST MEANS pi' YOUR DBBTINXTfON THE BBST HOAJtOlNO HOUBES IK TH WE HAVr.'. LOTS OF' THIS :NOTK PATOIt, COMB'IS- AKD BOMB WRITINO TO YOiiR LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION >BJREAU DALLAS HOTEL ;