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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The Education of Girls Peri Picture of Sir Wilfrid Laurier ftlze Essay Written by Miss Dora E. Nlmmons. One ot the subjects given for tho Standard VII. cssny comiietllloii nt the Iethbrldftc ntirl District Afirtciil-turnl Valr 'this y�ir wan "The Kd-ucatlon of OlrlH." Tho first prize w�h won by MIrh Dora. Vimnion.s, llio young iliuiijhtor of llobt. Nlinnwna of this city, J'ho IloruUI Is publishing tho cusuy in full mid would draw the attention of lis rendera, not only to tho l/uigunge ami construction of the cHsny, hut also to the NpleiwHd grnsp , ,, .. . ... , . . ,,, . . , . oslitig t'ututdlun personality of this diftlcult suhjeel by one who j,. .. |s so young in years. "A countenance in which did Sweet tvcorcM; promlwH ns sweet." Wordsworth has In 'those few linos pictured for us nn Ideal woman; the count ennnrc which portrays o lovely past and (� nwwtlfiil future; not lively and tienutlful in iipiwarnneo only, hut In ehiimcter mill nohleneNs of life. How is tho jrlrl to attain this end? How is she 10 Ik1 educated wisely, so This is how Air. T. I'. O'Connor, the witty Irishman who recently vis-ltt�d Toronto, and who tins boen tho pioneer In tho Journnllsnv of once  dale, sketches Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr in l'.T.O., his new weekly. After si�snk-ing of t'lvo on re of government, Mr. O'Connor snys: "And now what manner of man is he who Injurs upon his shouklcrs this Atliintean burden? The be�t description I ever humd of Sir Wilfrid \mu -rler w�s given to me 'l>y u very inter-Mr. Uoss, who wos lor many ,\car� prime minister of the province of Ontario. 'Sir Wilfrid Ij.iurier,' said this sour, gnarled, Kindly, shrcud old Hootch Caimdian, "is a picture gallery all In himself.' This phrase which I vill ulways reincmJicr ns witty and pic -tim\s(|ue-kIvr you might fancy thai he was a This great ruler Hvi� with the slm-J brilliant wit and encyclopaedist--otic 1 plielty of a professional nun with a of Hie land that prepared tho French modest Income. I slept during my re-rovolution. You could take him for 'cent visit to Cnna-da in the house of mAnj thliigM, hut never for anything n friend of mine-who has sMnee h�>r>n "that was not 'intellectual, distinguish [oloc-totl 'to tlw mayoralty of Ottawa wl nnd well born. Ami there is nhnut the whole man ii rertftin itWmnefls awl precision the morning hn pointed out to hk-which are nlnvisl suggestive of She house of the prime miirlstei- Fiwico uii-,1 i>f the ISth century. Ho which wns exactly like his own, the that she may live a perfect life and j could never mistake lilin for tiny-fulfil the obligations Imposed upon; thing hut a man of French blood, her? This is n dm>p nnd very serinu.s ' Nor could you, at the same tinv. question and has hoon discussed liy ever take him for a modern French  the wisest men ,>f all time; it is still jimin. With all his intensely progr.>s -heing discussed, and, as fur as we sive and 'broad spirit, Sir Wilfrid can sec, will continue to be discuss- .looks the man of the chateau and of oil for yenrs to come. ;tli�- IHth tvnttir.i; the Kivnehmnn I'Vlucntion is nothing if not thm- - horn b.'fore the French oevnliil'inrl; ongh. Hy hnlf-tnughl know!dg(. the'one who luitt exchnngeil ipurtees girl will l>(, ibm n drug on her tallow 'with Voltaire; who had .smilod lv-croatuivs; therefore let her have a jiignly nt some ol TnllayraiKl's jaken knowledge thoroughly taught au-l ! on tlK' gull'lyility of mankind, never to i,0 forgotten. ( lin.igine a very tall, n very slight, Then too, we should keep>n vi,-w almost a bony lUutv; imugiih' u ftieo tho strengthening of her naturally exactly the same-that is to say. good qualities and by this nvniii she ; long, n-irrow and bony-ami you will will !v aide to overcome her weak hnve some idea of what Sir Wilfrid nn-'-s. Ilor re.isonlng powers also l.aurit>r is like in the lle.vh. Theiv Is t-houl.l l:o strength 'ii.sl that she may *iot a spare ounce oil that body, be eDnblcd in |IH>k nt the f.o-ts nt whi'-h. nevertheless, seeni.s as aleit, life with a clear mid sensible view r active nml enduring as that of some nml thus If., fitted to cope with ki 'are Is clean shaven, which also gives MH*ct uikI love, and yet who will a certain look at once of academic lead her onward with a gentle, firm. ~--~^^^-^~--m and kimll.v rule. I eleclesl 'to tlin mayoralty or Ottawa j- and ns I wnl,kv>d down from his 'modest and comfortable dvolllrtg in dtvssea v Ith a |ierfeel o|>proprinle  ness to his (Inure, bis fUce, uikI even his position. The coat Is usually a frock coat with spacious tails, the wm 1st coal -If I remiMii'1 or rightly-Is �otu*}vhat low cut; mid his collars typical modest Canadian house-with its two or three stories, its long verandah, Us gimernl impression of lightness, airiness it ml comfort. Here! It was-In this small model house-that there dwelt a linn who rules are, in their way. us prominent and some millions of m-vli and one of the remarkable as tho*e of Mr. tllnd . 'vastest and most powerful countries stone. Like Mr. (Hailstone's, Sir Jin the world. Sueh a lialiiUvtion bo- Sir in the world. WilfrUI's collars are stand-up. iin  'sjie.tks the character and also the ntonwe, slightly okl-fashioned in cut jcaiwr of the ninn. I daii' not talk nnd siiggiestion. These collars ore so ;of the teniplutions th,t wore open to much n part of the nitin and of his a man in his position, for nothing dress and they seem to fit in so splen 'could tempt him to deflect by a didly that r\erybt>dy remarks them hair's breadth from a straight path nml iiviK'tinhers them, and they form of perfect Integrity-but everybody as much a pari of the stock-in-trudu 'will lvno�> that a man who lives in a of the cart lent urist of ('untidit as the country growing from hour to hour collars of (Jludstoiic tlid of Punch, jwlth gigantic rapwlity and slwmight They auc-nliinte the leiig'th, the mtr- easily Itecome a inulti-millinnnit\r> of serving t discover that this ";l ig molie.v" has lure gallery in himself |his country �ud his countryinen, with j to !� purchased liy the sucrifiec of As an orator bis F.uglish is perfeit no other reward than tlr- modest re- | hkiii.v good things in life which ran hut at lh�' snnv tlnu' lluuv is Just (t ' intui'rat ion of th-ir n'.'ii'-sterial sal- j only le found in an older and more �>>mnant of the Fii'tieh accent of his |n-v and the imtiffisiiinbl-- etu-nt of I thickly >\>ttled cimimuiiity. IV�ing in- f Lur� of th� W��l (From the Caimdiait Courier.) The lure ot the West is imlopeml  ence. It Is not so much that they grow good wheat out there very ens-ily ami very abutrtlnntly. Our anvMt-lous young fellowh irnight not leave the comforts ami companionships and educational advantages of the Must for n few more bush'Is of wlniit Hut this Ability to grow wheat In pacing i|,utitllrt les is one of the props of that Inilcpomlonce which we all rovet. Then a iisan may ho|ie to mw liis farm In the West when he might only be tillowixl 'to ivnt one or possibly work on another man's farm here. He I vet lines a cllizen slamlilig on iiis firmly set two foot in the west when he would be nothing more than a dependent-n hireling-here. Thai Is the star attraction. The "Home Se�>kers ' who .iourn�\v to the prairies are not more sordid Hum lh�> rest of as. They are no readier to sell out c vill/atioii for a handful of dollars. Hut either they see less chance than we do of cmloivt in the (Kitst somelfines mv ilrnwn l>y the talk of "''ig money" to tho West, TAUKH I'ASii) Ol'li.VfcJb, iTnlcl' I'ret.' J'l'ess.) The prollnrinury trial of Messrs, VnnOnmiii. Prohert and Hussell Was h -kl ill the police barracks Monday iiftornoon, Is'fore Major Holcher of lAJlhbrklge. Mr. 11. P. Wallace net-.�il In the iivU-rests t>f tlio jirosecutlon nml Mr. W. V. Simmons. M.P.P., ni ljothbrwlge for the defence. Mr. Wallace asked that the hearing be adjourned until lu'.vt Atomhiy In order to give liitK' to get material witness-es, while Mr, Simmons claimed that 1 lure v.as no caso as it was first necessary to show that the defend -ants were the trustees of the village iiihI not the owners of the village site. .Major Ikdrh"!' after hearing the ar-"gimient un l�oth sitles adjourned th." trial until nex-.t Montlay and in con-hitlc>t-iit.if>ii t>f the seriousness of tho clmrgii> the bail for \\. F. Hussellwas fncreiisetl to Slti.tMHi, and II. A. Von Oi-nrnn mid Wm Prolieri to 9il,Ppp each. editor Im�'roreH'�> sloltal nvlvlVeifc, to njiflrcluc dlsCfet ion n� to the source of hl� lirfdriiMMe Intoixwt umior their lints', in giving thorn to tlw cdHor.- II. C. Snturdoy Sunset. When we are hard at work tv!) iti-ft apt to think we woulxl be happy with nothing to do. When we hAVo nothing to do wo are always dU;oitten>' wl. boyhood. He speal.w- in this tvs|>ect t elng unlike the typical Frenchman- sotiMwIint slowly ami tlelilierntoly; lint he is a'sti French in the clearness and carefulness of ul't>>rance.autl Miiim lirJl'vb when spoken by him sounds a little like French; every sylJuble g.us full Justitvl. you have something of tho fading you expor -i other great artist trained in the Cotnedie Frnncnis of list'Oiiing even in private conversa tion to the melodious and their |,ITectioli tlml res|k-rt Another Block to go up. �le|M'ntlviit here, they decide thnl the game of "big tutniey" is not worth the candle Mm the man, to whom , life In the l>ist otters nothing but a succession of veiirs s|ietit at the heck There is a slrollu p,t�! � lliiy of a | ,,,, ,,,,_,,.,. ,,,, ,, ,�.,,._,, big brick block long I..ill on lt*N||||1 ,,,. ,ls, S(l,s ,, ,,, path Street. Knst. ia the ,..,, hituro ; ,.,,,,,.v ,, ,,,,,,.,,,;,, ,, Uhmii11,. It is understood that a first-clnss ' ,wn ..,,,,..,,, lmv W,-|HwP,v undertaking ostoblishm-nt will ,, - ; cupy the main part of the block. ,,,,,,,, hjs In politics ntitlaeious clr.vk nml poised push are often mistaken for ability. Some bargains are expensive. KHITOHIAI. PltlVII.KtlK. AkUIc from the main fact that n notable victory was acbiovtil in \n^. Orocn vs. World lilsd suit, liy tliHl uewHpit|s>r, an important iufcoilent was estitblislieil when Mr. I). W. llig-gins, the prluclpal witness, claimed nml vmis gittnted editorial, privilege in refusing to testify to sources of tnformntion. Never l>ofore in a ('ana iliiin conn 1ms this claim Ijoon sue-I ressfiill.t -set 'Hi. and now- that it has j I ceil grnntwl it will stand ns lt piv jcxl'iit for all time In CnnaiMnn court practice. If for no other reason, the lease will lie a cause celebiv. Tlmt It is a privilege in the public interest J cannot Iv denied. The only way a : newspn|ier nmy obtain ncciirnte I ft -formation is iriipieiitly thrtnigh con-fhlential channels, and if tlios.- who l)nve informvition of n valiiable sort fist that they are liable to lv sum-motiwl as witness.-s or that the editor to whom it is g-iven nmy bo furred to divulge their kletitlty. It can only have the effect of sealing their lips On the other hand, if the Stop That Cold To check eitri v colt!* orCirtDM^Htb "Pnnttlft" meins ant* tlt-tnt lor Pnt�f�r tbsn to 1ft It tun *nd b* ilf '' " " - ' obllietltocin-ti it ktlerwftnl*. T.> tmtiiw. Pre.' ventlcii will euro even a rtXpty tMUA com, but liikvn c�rly-�t the raw* Ma�e-tbe� btMk. of hMt) off imxHt f�rly ool(l�, 'l'h�t'� surely belter. Thit  why they are mllod Preventlei. Frovcntlcusrt! little Cnmty Cold Cure*. MoQtila* Ino, no physic, nothing fkkr.ulur. Nice for U� clilltlren-and thoroutiily Mfe tiw, If you leal chilly, If you nicwio, flyoa tche all ov*r. think of l>rcrentlct. PromptnoM mar aim tare half yonr ' usual ttekiicaa. And don't fonKt your child. If there ii feverlihucM, nlthtor dar. Herein probably Km Proventlca' ireateal eAHenoy. 8oM la be. boies for the pocket, alto In 2Ac beam of tt rreventlcs. Insist on your dniMlM fllvlni yon Prcventics "ALL DEALERS" NOTICE To Our Friends and Customers j Hnvitio ai'viTenl our connection w Hi tlu> Iiftlibridge Motor Cnr Co.. wp to announce that w� Hro now in n |>oaition to Rive strict' nttonlioii to onr own busineM. ittul can iiasure I hem that all repairs will be executed promptly and with our well known mechanical exruv tttmle. Howard Case & Co (iiinsniitha, Automobile Repniren Fine Machine Work. I It is impossible to have a jiorfeot woman without physical health. This Is n part, nnne thoughtfully and carefully and let her he taught the Iwnuticii of poetry; with this will her moral tpiulit-l.-s be Htrengthened nnd her mind b.'uuiifiod. I Hul this is not enough, to her ! should come a know'.-vlge of current events, of passing history, of goo  j grnphy, and of new discoveries and inventions. Allow her to read good books ot travel. Thus her mind �Kiy be Kttvngthoned anil stored with valuable treasures of other lands, which will always l� of use to her. even If j she cannot see the places themselves. (livelier opportunities of i>ensoiiiiig of judging ami of deciding. ljpt her 1 exercise her natural kindliness of heart ami show her wisdom In the ; dis|K>nsing of charity, aided only by , a wise word here ami there. 'iVsu'h her to bo self-reliant ami along wi'th these things will come n grnd -uul tlevelopinent of her mind. Her good oualitivs will lie brought out and fts these are tlovelo|iod they will over�hudo\v her weak (nix's ami enable her to overcome them. Such art wlucotion will enalde any g-irl 'to enter into life with u knov-ledge which will teach her how to educate herself; and if she uses her j power wise.ly she nmy lie educating I herself all through l,ife. Those who can do so and whohavo time ami leisure at their command should not rot ire aimlessly bu-lshoubl nccompliNh themselves in any one thing, especially that for which they Hoem naturally fitted. Music, drawling, painting, or in fact any one subject might bo taken up, with the purpose of perfecting herself in 'that nrt. In tills way site will bo not only educating and strengthening hoc self but she will he truly advancing in life. In the result of such nn education as this, we may reallzo our . ^ A A. A A ^ A^. A^. ^ A A A. A A A A AAA A To Take the PULSE of ALBERTA Put Your Finger on COLERIDGE! It is one point in all of Alberta at which you can definitely determine the major portion of incoming and outgoing freight, because all trains or cars bound East or West on the main line of the C. P. R stop at Coleridge and are checked up. All trains or cars en route for Southern Alberta, Crow's Nest, Kootenay, Washington or Oregon are made up at Coleridge, the Railway Gate to the Great Southern Country. Of the greater Canadian West, with Winnipeg on the East and Vancouver on the West, Coleridge is at the same time the geographical and railway centre. iileal woman. "High Finance is. not confined entirely to Wall street," said John K. Wilkie, Chief of the Secret Service "I saw an example, of it the other day ttmt made �k* dizzy. "Oneof tho clerks in the Treasury vnntod to 'go to ihu