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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THE LKTllBRllHJRj p A 11. Y. ,fl ER A LD TIlUriSDAY, AI'RII- 1C, 1911 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Piibllihtrf by Ire Herald Printing Co, LU.. every 31 office, Sixth SL, Lethbridgc, Albsrta. Canad W. A. Mjnjgins Director JOHN Bull-ltn PHONE: ng, rnd Jet f PHONE: Editorial, and Department 1221 1252 i DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I i-our. delivered 1 rear, by mall S fnonlhs. delivered.................. mouths, by wall.................... S cloths J1-03 S Eomhs. by I comb.' delinral ..................35 I ciraib, by nail......................21 AJdro.-sos rtinccj as ol'.cn as de-sired, but Uoli nuc aud old addresses rcuM be Elvet. HERALD FOR tilhSrJdfle Red Beatlie t Lake Latft Book Ptore; J. G. Co.; CmobrooS ertson Co.; .laetsen KEIBP C Cohea Co.; Hotel; r.-nvlacbl .Agency. ple1! Drus Stoic; Kenni Leading HooV scd Allln; LctSbrldso Dr. Sloie. 103A Sth Ale. Drcj World N'ews Co. Wes'.lake Station KdwarJ Diamond Dr. vnde Medicine Hit Co.; Ncirs Shop. Uranwcll H'orld News Co. Clarence Kucl- Neva A. TJ. Rive.- Side N'ENS Ca THE HERALD everr In cr more and contains a summary ol the news ot year la advance. week, local ace dUlricl aoDihs In i Asks That. Sympathy be Ex- tended in Their Struggle to Make Homes Here nous'EI.KMEXT .1 rtvocd lure ol Alberta groin-In is tbf largo in the foieijn- toru fitment ol OMI populalioo. Dr- Ktott in this a task !OT Alberta n assimilation which must be per- i formed without las good In his prfsiJttltiil address, at the j results Itoiu tlie luslon of rices are afterr.o-n sf-ssfon of thi-Teachers': 1o be- hne geneta- I'oavinlion on Tuesday, -Dr. Kcolt j lions. These people would becorr.p reviewed some of the oulsiasdlcg lea-.more ihau Ihey are lo tlie tures ol development, and Ihe pitseot' province n-hen they havn Jormed clfar rosiiion ol aBairs, educitional auS conceptions of our best iieals oiciti- othrru-ise. zenship. They will' luen become coa- HU'ID EVPVSSIOX v factors in Ihs making of He dwelt on the rapid" espanswn cl ration ol the provir.ce with regard to lo the unleelins hw 0I lion..-Siberia was still in Ibe. nrsl demand. Jrcade of its history. Grfaaiifd in] pleaded for n widening o! 1905, ttrre.Tvere tht'n sciool dis: sjmpalhy Ibe foreign-born strug- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT LODGB Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in-one of these boxes HIKU1EM Lethbridge Branch .R, T. tclels iu existence. At the end 1313, 5029 districts >vcie org'anlied, and 'learners, engaged; la tie first seven years oi the history Ol province, its teaching stair became 3 55 limes, and ils school population tK-ame 2.92 great as at Ihe' A-DISqillCTlNR FACT 7r was a rnatter-for much cunsider- lo mate new homes in Canada. PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS fir, Scott summed up t tkoughtful iilrcss'by the following suggeslioDs: school course ol schools uaslra'in teachinK ali- ifceoilrs. Tkis lime could s.f'nl -troinins. Childim were kept m no handwork ,vas endeavor lo make it traiainf; for liie and all occupations. 'Grant" to cities and towni a mea- suje o[ local authority to deal with t, .the courses in Public.'' and ...t.. alien Hat while in" 1985 there was-. Echools lo Inttl lhe ntcds tht 56 per cent, of the rejislered Khcjol ungraded schools, jn THE MOVE AGAINST MEXICO. THE United Slates lias at length aroused itself, and, possibly before these lines appear- in print, summary action will have Iw'eu taken wilh regard to Mexico. The attitude, of non-interference, in Mexican affairs, which America has so Jong observed, is not very easy !o be understood from the outside. It'may be that President Wilson and his adviser) looked to the solution of llic trouble in Mexico as one wliich. the Federals and Itie-Conslilution- nlists would effect amongst themselves, by exler- minating one another in the mnnner'of the Kil- kenny cats. It may be that a sincere for peace, and a prevention of further bloodshed, has ijeld back from mix- ing itself in the Mexican imbroglio. But in view of circumstances wliich have taken place- tlie nation has certainly held itself in restraint.' The plumes oi Uie American ejiglc have not been Apparently, however, Hucrla has over- stepped the limits of provocation his last act, and none too late the eagle is showing its'beak and davys. .-.._ Possibly this is what General has hoping for, in that it will relieve him from the precarious position he is in through the in- ternal struggle in Mexico. the Unitec Slalcs unconsciously falls in with Huerla's de- signs matters nol. Tlie American government have the moral support of the civilized na lions in bringing its moiled fist lo bear in restor- ing Mexico. Inculcating respect for the rights and person of others' through the cannon's mouth is some- i limes the only offcctunl way with those wlio mis lake leniency, for. a show of cravenness, A CASE OF 'THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE A S indicative of the excuses heing put fonvarc by the Conservative press .'of Explain to the farmers why they .nre shut out o a naln'pl market for their farm prodncls, now them praclically for Die asking, !lie Nledicine Hal Times furnishes a unique line ol argument that will surely raise the hopes of it; farmer friends. Here is what the Times has to say in a recen iditorial contribution under Die cawlion, "Thi Government and the increasing number of industries altendance in 1613 Ihe r-roporllon was only- Fer crnl. While Ihe school-, population-as a 3.92 times as great as I trainmen ;md llic placing of a perpetual clamper j on the sturdy western milling industry which 'ringing up. The farnicr, we are convinced, is j tbat of rural dislrlcts only to do his share in building up the as" peal.; how-; t when they represent him as wish- 1 ttc prpfesion, iepaftments r n. the expense of everybody else. that his prosperity can only manner so thai life on the mun v.iUi thai of others. ne'c6nsMsred- larm joy ry, even if lhal share entails some present sue-1 ificc. Our Liberal friends put Ihe iigriculluristj.l responsibilitr therefore reljls upon n a poor light ng to prosper ndeed, he knows c possible in i T j tuing lo'Jghl aller now lhal if temporary sacnbcc is required ititfe Opp0rtucilifs il jives Ol plMsur- bc forthcoming. The farmers of the cast able work and sane vere not backward at anj- period of Uie hislon1 f Canada in doing their share and those of the vest will do the same. Communion with nature nakes people broader than those who are shut ip in law offices, dnig stores, elc. wesl is prospering and will continue lo irosper. but il can dp this Without striking at he national1 policy under which it has reached Is present position'and the prelection of wliich igainsl Ihe gigantic combines of Ihe' soulh we vill.long need." ,v 'Now the Times must know, if it lakes the roiible to follow the opinions hy such men as J. S. Dennis of the C. P. R.-department of I itf of IE tbey had no interest it inaoual vrork. H was impossible -to have refine- ment in wllhouf lhc hand trair.r-d to perform Vinn of i Moses perlormed manual M'oric Availing ot ibe course ol sfjd? ha Mcaine the Inw giver. I to the- needs and condition of Shakespeare worked by week rural Iheatre fcclore be a drama, rurar scnoois. Hurrii followal Ihe plough before malc- He conclLdrd by urf .ng teachers to Damfl Even our devote, some lime and Ihoujhl lo tr.e--------- and girls in Ihe schools Ot Liberia. Linj 0, Plomtsti anil btcomt Tho.resl of.ihe alteraooa session Laqd olr Attaiamcni -'and Achieve was devoied. lo.''seclioiia! mMtiugs. mtjt, i'ljeis were read or A. Curtis, ,tf 'nim'vi H.A., M.Sc., on "Method anl Mini- muni Apparatus in Science Tourses.' DEFECT IN RURAL' SCHOOLS Speaking of rural schools, (he To think ot arranglDg passage 'for 'relations In Tho Olil tYhorri. expect lo bring out In lie spring 'You can eot'jre llietr. tickets here nutl all armngclucnls 'je roado for rh'ilr by 'THE DONALDSON LINE for fnfornj.itldn. elc.. apyly to any. steamship or rail way H..E. LIPH.AN, General Agent. Main street, Winnipeg "Teacli: ing English to Foreigners" br S.1 J. Cla.rlon, and "Aims of the KimiFr- g'arlfn" by Miss Jemn DJ Held. Advises ihe Convention" i hat -DE lit v .t'-c'i' 'ii'M -T Youlh Taught" "Love Canadian Cirics" bf .loin speaker dfplorfd lie fact that educa- B.A.; Provincial Librarian.- "Teacli- (Ion was left. In Ihe hands of young glrls-ol 19- Ilovvever capable they It was r.ol fair either to them, or to tlie children they taught. In ronlri'il'io Canada, in Prussia, where Tsere nmre opportunities for men to "embark in'schemes vhlch btld forth .ETDinltt of rnnuneratlofi, there were raea leichers 5000 rben. What was DMded In Canada were learhtrs Ip mould character and manhood. ilOW 1'OWEil IS conclusion ur. HobcrUob aUentio'n Ip tLe eiper.dllure on pub: iic such 'as the Georgian' Bay Canal where vail EUms vrere eipend- ed, wtihe 'lechf.icil education did col FOR m m y diurcii was.tVonjed Tiiesdar natural resources, that the'fievclop'iiicnl of the-eveuin; n' consisting ,_; not oaly joi' the le'alchers in.cou'ven- p! a .large'nilmber of local "arming induslrv inusl come before the .develop- j nent of any manufacturing cities of the wesl. Mr. Dennis has expressed the opin-igram that our cities are ten The. ioUowjn'r. musical pro- was" gone iKr'oiiib, and in the ahead of band; lhal Ihey are endeavoring lo establish on derelopment polfcj -for duslrics not yet justified by the population and developmenl of liie country as a. whole, and that he orily salvalion riow is to bring riifal develop- ment up lo a level wilh that already attained in the cilies. The Tinies knows better than lo argue that !he -industrial development in mist necessarily be Hie precursor of greater dc- vclopmenl in Ihe farming industry by-renson of rnoOHAM Piano rolloei. Hale Cboir. Vocal G-; E. Fleming.: A. E. Olbsnn; Vocal Simm. IMar.o Nelson. Chorus-Eicelsior -Male Cfcoir. TRA1NMNG In d' nitli his i i i i i Rblc-rlson took as btj Iheme the im- the hellei' prices such mdustnal dcvcloninenl jpcrl-jnce of pre-Tocalibnal training 5; would ineun lo the farmer. Ask any lo human dtvelopnieni -with urer lo locale in a city and among the first things he will ask is the rural population within i certain urcu. BecAuse Ihe home; narkel such population would guarantee him, and in mosl industries it is the .home market that makes the profits. It looks as if the Tillies had deliberately hitch- ed the cart before ihe horse for Ihe sake of pro- which'most teartirs are cocceinti) Inlelltgmce, practical ability, and'co- some excuse lo mollify Ihe farincrs. Bui i mark e, ar oKcratlon'iveic the Itreo-foln reiulls cl this form of education. The youth loaV-ont for a people; wbo did not follon- labor in IMS-spirit. OTHEIl COUN'THIKS The speaker ciled Ihe examples' ol Ihe Hriiish hkt, and Den 11EQ RETTED of regret thai half ol- 6'jr children -leave school -before- [hey reach Ite second Mjhfit gride.. IVhat- ivas netdeJ -sometninV io attract Ihem, anh Ibis could qilr be achieved bj- technical education.-. -t _.A great oeal of... the time of .-our YOU CAI'T EftHR MDIEY -WHEH YOU'RE: UID UP who cannot afford to be tick. PerHipe Borie U you that you c-u, hot ooturJy of ycii cmn'i. Tor M K-M aj on cclc, jour VMM flop uui vonr tad debts be- fta to pue op, Ttw thbw for jroa to do, -LS looa H fed utii worn out, mo miller CAOMT fa to tain sotte-tViJbf Kiit at quck M on to ViiW up ud h-aJth-. W more comrarUbk fend pnvi We 'don't beKeve th-Mt ti other medicine niftd6 viQ do u rauch towards saving jmur health Ihui hclp- inr jmi save yoyr money, is ReuU Olive OJ E-niilsion. It is fi ir-cdicice thfct -prti rifhi at the trouble aod rdieves it by ton- ing the nerves, bloon, and giving new 'itcencth ud Ualih to doesn't do by metre of alcohol or habit-fonniqf drep, because it none. lLj stnr.gth receiVq the. 'goterninen aid. "The public, mohtj- belonged the people, -and' if was -Tor' tlie' p lo'see thai -tlie, to pro- neccssaiy .p0r- lion..wask spent on" inculcating in young the ermine racully. That is how. a -people grows In power. UNA SAYS SIf White Star DOMINION LINE Suininer Schedule I-Vonl .Montreal" Sit. iiay J Tc lilonTc Bat. Apr IE Sat May S'Moganllc Sat. Apr 2! Sal. May 10 Canada Sat. !lfiiir 2 Sat Slay 23 Lp.nrentloSal May S And weekly Ihereafler Book earl) and secure cliolcc'of EicepUonal Fticf.lftfes for Pre- paid Passages. specially coadiicleJ. S. S. Arabic and Cymric, special orernow Steamers; calling at Porlland. SPECIAL' MEDITERRANEAN 'SAILING- E.S. Vpril-lSlh-. 1 New York- to Gibral- tar. 'Algfars. Genoa. A delightful spring. time cruise to Iho- Glorious Merlllorrtncan on the largesl.p.leaincr In trade. WEEKLY SATUNGS.. F30M NEW BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA Byltlie.rollowlng American Lfhe" (oiie steamers Star. Line, Lcrlaatf 'Trans- iKirt Lino. lledSUu- Ing.listslnow oueii' fop- all-sum- mer sajllnga. For- space, rates, apply, to Vi. M: HoLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street, Wlnnlptg. Or to any rallway.'dr.'ilaajcship where technical' education In the west will build up a cash home markel fo; the former. He has recently been given chcapc! freight rales. II is fnir to assume that he wil speedily he provided wilh more railroad facili lies. A fanner Tinies .-i few ag Ihnl Ihe renl need of Ihc'weslem agricnlturis was cheaper money and .a more abundant suppl; ot it. We explained to him the diflicnlly of legis (aling in the dircclion of compelling Ihe ma who has money lo loan if al a.certain rale.or in deed to lonn it al all. Thai course h oul of Ih ijiiestioii, bul we fancy lhal Ihe government could do something along the line of assisting ro-opcralive credits as.Hon.. Mr. Melghen sug- gested some time ago, during the. lust session as a mailer of fact. 11 must not he supposed lhal ;j easy and cheap money.will solve the difli- cullit-s of the fanners.. Our friend referred lo sbnvc lold us backward, lie could ice how he would have ventured OD many rilin- DU3 schemes if money to carry Ihem oul would !iavc been forthcoming. "Our Liberal friends must benr in inind Hint ilicy will gain approaching the prob Icms of lhc wcsl in (i ]iclly manner. Tht; farmers ire not .KJinjjIc iind llity miisl know thai the hiniping of inilliqns of bushels of Canadian ivlieal on .the United Slnles ninrkel fs hoiniil (o 'result iii'u (Irop in liricc.' .On the other side sf the (jucslion free whonl cannot menu anv- Ihing else than inieniploymtnl lo oiir-Cuiindiun as .he Time, asserts, "lhc fanners are not' and we Ihink we can safely leave it lo Ihem lo puncture the bubble lhc paper liiis blown in ils efforl lo holster up an argumcnl lo lake the sling oul of Mr. Bordcn's (o the west. particular, Irnm being Ihe poor- st eounlry in Europe, liad rlien to be the seconi in rltlies, through the lo OUK POINT OF VIEW If lhc American farmers in nol jusl