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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Foun THE LBTHBKIDGE DATLY HERALD MONDAY. AUGUST 10, 1020 letbbrtbge Derail Ictbbrlbge, HIbei'ta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 226 6th Street South, Lethbridge 'W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Directcf John Torra'nce Business Manager Member Audit of Circulations. Subscription Rales: Dally, delivered! per Vtilf, by year........ S.OO lor 6 months 425 Dally, by mail, 3 months 2.50 Weekly, by mall, per year.....1.50 by year to O.S. 2.00 FARMING HAS BECOME A BUSINESS" PROPOSITION. Ths'day" .has passed when terming a hit and miss iffalh 'Farming today Is a business, and'the farmer is entitled to re- turns on capital invested. He should work'Jo that end, and if he does, he will-employ, business methods in his operations Just as the successful mer- chant do'es.' And If fanning is to be carried on under methods the farmer must educate' himself to tako adrant- age tit the1 conditions under which he labors to the best results. 1 University, happily, has Beused. tiis need for education along business, farming lines, and as sult the-Alberta Crop Improvement Afisocla'tion formed, vrith headqua'rte'rs 'at the university under the directorship; of the head of the department-of field husbandry. This association-was explained during the the'Western Canada Irriga- tioh' convention, here a couple of lest many farmers inay_fcaTe missed tile address dealing with.its purposes, we set them forth lof .this organization the University through the department of ileldpbuebandry hopes to extend two services to the farmers of distribution and raul- tlpUcaUpn Qt. thigh grade seed; (2) lief cooperative! testing and mulll- plication of-now-strains, now varieties and-.jieir. hybrids produced by plant 'i breeding and selection. cirrylngy, into effect th department .of field hus- bandry js organizing seed centres _df WHAT'S THE MATTER IN OUR SCHOOLS? lion. Gvo. P. Siuith threw a bomb into camp the other day when he declared, after ibo results of the de- partmental examinations were made kiowu, that (ha results "were the most unsatisfactory which have been kuown ta Alberta." We cannot imagine Mr. Smith, iiy- iu? this unless he had every reason to believe it was the truth. In fact, on the surface it would appear to re- tied upon (he educational cysteiu of the province, and that is the last thing the minister would care to do. A Fine Iribute-to Officers Who Were Victims of Crime Sermon by Rev. S. Middleton at Jlacleod Calls For Justice, The following is Ilia address dellver- unless'he felt things were get- ed at the funeral service of Corporal ting into a rut and there needed lo be a shaking-up. The litter, ws believe, was Mr. Smith's intention, but he wasn't aim- ing at the schools alone. He had something to say to parents which parents should be the first to take to heart without resentment: "From all over the' continent and beyond, we are informed, persistent reports come in that it Is impossible to get students to settle earnestly upon their work. Parental discipline has almost become a All manner of disturbances are permitted to enter Into the lives of children and the results" a.re being felt more strongly every day in classroom. Tbe widespread belief prevails that strict discipline, hard work, self- control, and obedience are no longer the basis of real character and suc- cessful citizenship. We have to return to some of our old-fashioned ideas." There is much in what the miflistev o( education'says. It Is only a few weeks ago that the of the -Medicine rHat superintendent schools roundly local, at pbiril ip improvement associations i suitably located through the province. The location of centres are tie.director of the as- guided by the fol- The suitability of '.tha.conditions for the production ,of a high quality of clean seed .of some crop; (2) The efficiency of ship- ping-faculties in order large surpluses may he readily transported; (3) The attitude of the growers-'.to- of co-operative ef- lort; U) The possibility of oh- tainlng at least Jive growers In each centre or local, exception TV ill be made o! the director "sufficiently, large amounts of seed wuT result'at'a-relatively small jcost During the past winter seven cen- ires have bean established and plans are laid to establish many more -for which'; requests, were made, but owing to lack of suitable seed, these will not fee established until this fail. The plan ,of organization follows: .Each centre or-. local must ap- point a- secretary-treasurer.' (2) jSeed of high standing is offer- .fed to each member of the group, the 'd" being either 'elite or first gen- eral registered, representing a suit- able.strain "of variety. The seed is sold at a cash price h-thls year's oats sold at J2.25 per T-- (4) Sufficient seed la sold to each member to' seed a minimum of one acre. enables the grow- er to' get into a large quantity of seed In a minimum time. Th'e "grower contracts to seed it on clean land and to thresh it If necessary. (6) The university on the other hand agrees to-inspect the standing cropland threshed grain, according to the rules, and standards of the Cana-' flian Seed Growers' association, free ol charge. This gives all resulting seed the same standing in other prov- inces ol the Dominion as'it has in a point' of supremo import- ance to the 'growers. (7) If a member in any way falls conform with' the rules of the as- sociation the'director reserves the right .to discontinue membership. (8) All seed and standing crop will bo Inspected by a competent in- spector. Co-operation among farmers In Bell- ing has brought about splendid suits in Alberta during the paat de- cade. .The organization of co-opera- tive groups of farmers for tho purpose of tittering their business methods, not onij' In selling but also In tillage, to have beneficial re snlts, and the Alberla Crop Improve- furnished the skel- eton .for. hundreds 01 such association; oW the province. If farmers will undertake; ved Eon, surely, then. we must he- evo that tbe sacrifice of these two oung heroes, for whom this service s being held today, must be for the est. v.- _. St. Paul's words, "Quit yourselves ke men, and through ic centuries of time. did, nd kept the faith, and at the end hey died, following Christ's own "Greater love hath no man ian this, that a man lay" down his fe for his friends." It may not appear to you who are athered here, but those two brave icn gave their lives for us, lor our The binder Fill bo cutting up capon throughout the south for the next few In Ontario the political leader seem to lie busy talking politics. Ou here the crops cause most of the talk An English Lori Is to be made Blackpool chief this week. Ho wll find the position carries almost a; much dignity as a seat in the Housi of Lords. Crowds like those -atonrllng ball games with the Winnipeg Olanl as the attraction If brought to Hen dcrson Park would mean good revonu for the street railway. The park 1 the place for athletic sports and 11: city will benefit by a little expcndllnr on .the athletic field there. Lelhbridfio streets on a Saturda night convey the- Impression that; th horse has passed oul of existenc ontirely. Every business street 1 lined up on both Sides for blocks wit gasoline carriages. And then sora' body observes thai the cars will b even more numerous in the fa! over an afcty, and for th'e safety of the pub- 'c at large. And once "again, that rand example of a true'Britisher has een exemplified. They were shot own and murdered in-cold blood, by Departmental Exams. Grade IX Results The following students were sue- McArfhur. Peter D.; McEdan, Edi cessbil In passing the recent Grade IX Departmental cxaraiaation. In ad- dition to these approximately students who have compiled with the requirements of Section 4 of the amendments to the regulations, relat- ing to the examinations of 1920 have been, granted Grade IX standing. Marlon E; Alkrecht, An- gelineG.; Aonctls.-May; Archer, Max- well; Arlertdson, Wiunlfred; Ayles- worth. Ifcsje'fta--jl.ee; Ueggs, .Joseph Stiies; .BJorfe, Margaret Veronica; Branner1, llamllton; Brennan, l3orls Ruth; Ruth" ,Agnes; Byers, Charles Jlamiltbri.- Castle. Verna Mat- tie; Isabel; Clifford, Annie; Cliue.VHazel Collln, Harriet "AnrIBi; Crandall George; Crawford, Margaret; Crosier, James Kenneth. Dlxon, Flora Harriet; Earlaa, Joseph; Efofd, Esther Car- oline; Emmett, Frederick James. Farnham, Alvlna Rose; Farrow, Mil- dred Joyce; French. Gordon Cooper; Funnell, Helen Margaret; Goodeve, Maurice Ashdown; Grant, Arthur Pat- rick. Hackett, William Jaiies; Hallman, Irene Dell; Harding, Aldin Dentda; Heffuer, Roger Htsginbotham, Mary N.; Hinds. Mary Hodg- son, William Eric; Humbke, Martha Emma; Humphries, Muriel. Johnson, Clark; Jorgcnsen, Ragn- hlld Mario. Kotash, William; Kunst. Frank. Lambly, Norman; Laraont, Loretta Beatrice; Larson, Evelyn Margaret; Lassen, Alia Vern; 'Lawford, Rosa- mond Irene; Lesvitt, Josephine. win H.; McFall. Ada Belle; McQuar- rle, Cdtherine Msy. Madden, Sydney Coulter; Middleton, Nellie; MUler, Alma Glen; Minter, William Donald; Mitchell, Grace Mar- leu; Mitchell, Msy Kmily; Morris. Hil- da; Morrison, Wiiilam A.; Mutch Al- fred. Nemersky, Ellas Theodore; Nordin. Tenny.Wlllt.m; Norwlckl, Nellie Mar- lon. Odell, Agnes Menzies; Old, Gert- rude Caroline; Margaret Catherne; Packard, Ivan Earl; Peters, John Edgar; Price, Fin-tell, Myrtle Merrle; Pye, Lois Ellzabpth. liainforth, 'Kathleen Rumohr, Gertrude Marlon. Sadowskee, Lewis Judah; Samls, Thelma Marie; Scott. Annie; Scott, Edua Joan; SbanU, Virgil Clarence; Shaw. Lov'a Mary; Starratt, Frederick Oscar; Stringam, Emily; Sutton, Car- lyle G.; Swayue, Mary Elizabeth. Taber, OrvHIe Terry, Aud- rey Prances; Thompson, Lilian Mel- Isja.' Uuwin, Edith Olive; Watson, Dean; Weaver, Letta May; Wheelwright, Lloyd Alcock; White, Sydney I helrn, Verna Marie; Wilson, Marlon Phyllis. Zimmerman, Bernice The following students will be en- titled to Grade IX diplomas upon meeting the requirements in the sub- jects Blackburn, Hazel Botany and Zoologv; Brown, Gladys Mav, British Histdry; Carlyle, Robert, British His- tory; Knowlan, Mina Frances, Algebra or Music; Taylor, La'Usblin H., Bot- Zqjology. Condition Than Any Previous Matters (From Our Own RAYMOND, Aug. Ben- nion. of Salt lake City, head of.the Mormon cburcb system of-vschools; academies and colleges, H. S. Allen, president of the Taylor Stake Board of Education, and W.-J. Adams, chair- man of the Raymond school -board, are In-Edmonton conferring'with the uthless, cold-blooded 'ivho department of education, cm'Important inder the nom de. plume of Canadian are allowed the rights, and irivilegea of this Canada of curs- or the safety of of >ur young men lias flowed so freely .uring ilia past five This terrible last Sat- ;rday is a blot lhat cannot be easily ffaced. The blood ot lliose two ypung nen calls.to us as true Britishers of Canada that justice must be carried ut, and that such occurrences come iOt again. Why should our own flesh and blood o shot down like rJogs by foreigners, vho through the kindness of .perhaps a loo lenient people1 are .allowed the privileges of our- Homeland On behalf of common .huriianity hose foreigners must be taught that he shediiing of-goorl British" blood is a crime that will not be tolerated. May the-souls of those two depart- lafoi Corp. Usher and Const. hi reace., Undoubtedly hey have'now received that final icavenly benediction, "Well done, hou good and faithful servant.''en- cr now Into the joy ot Thy Lord." IMPLEMENT AGENTS HAVE BEEN CLEANED OUT ichool matters .he capital they at Banff ami Lake L_r___. Mayor Pack and family, and Sect- ary-treasurer S. F. Klmball and fam ly, are at the Watefton Lakes.ion a lollday. The council' chambers and own office lack their'usual activity n consequence. '-y- At the last meeting -p{ theVtown council Mayor Pack j tbe council had spent oh public this year thanJin-any previous year. The roads show 't. They were never'in belter condi- :ion. fProm Our Own Correspondent) OniO.V, Aug. opera .ions arc the chief tppfc just now and everybody Is busy, there being a none too plentiful supply ot workers; Implement agents In town are-kept busy looking after repairs. All head- ers and binders have been taken to the grain fields and the agents had none in slock during the week. Hev. Wagner, superintendent ol missions for Ihe Evangellca.! church, was in the district early in the week. Mr. J. Carter, was in Orion !o early in the week, has returned Medicine Hat. An addition to the Consolidated schools in Orion has been made' in tho placing ot a ftngpnio on each school and has, to Bay the leant, mcde them look more imposing, anil will enable the board to have the flag hoisted on Important clays. Mrs. 0. W. ijcatlle and her youngest returned to Orion this week, alter spending a few weeks with friends in the east. Rev. H. C. Wooda conducted service at Orion Union church Sunday r.ftcr- lioon. He reports a pleasant llrrte at Walcrton ixikea, where bo bus Just spent a few days.. Ihd farmer's rush Is Irfps lo'lbe city will bo more frecnienl. (FYom Our Own Correspondent) STIRUNO, Aug. Miss Alta Hlrsclie gave a lawn party Bt' her home last Wednesday evening. Al present had x very enjoyable tltno Miss Hose Ddyson, who has been visiting liar -slater In Taber, has re turned home, Mr. Thcnrdoro iirancljey. and, bave motored lo tho Lakes for couple of wcrjks. Mrs. dura of Lethbrldgc, Is visiting hcrr parents here; Miss i.uelln Searlo Is staying with Mrs. May DraiHey! Miss Kheuama Orard Is hero visit ing with her friends And relative's', Miss Janfcc Barton spent a few days In Lcjhbrldge.with Mlsa .Thurza educatjea. on Important On from y will sitejid arfew day; Russians Appear in Court At Cranbrook on Serious (From Our Own COrrtenonrtentl Aug. the' man- hunt Is tho all absorbing-lheme of dis- cussion, the export arid Import liquor business seems lo btf In full swing, dray loads of whlskey-'cases can bo seen going to and from the station here every To import iiquor from outside prov- inces ts perfectly lawful, and-to ox- port the same stuff back again to the same province from whence it came Is also perfectly lawful. This situation works .'profit for the C. P. n. freight department and for thn Dominion Express, Company, antl adds cost to the consumer ,who seems not lo care a fig for costs, judging from the volume business being transacted. The 'Ellis White Chaulauqua .Com- pany are due to open their week's en- tertainment here tomorrow, and U re- mains to be seen whelher that educa- tive institution will prove n greater drawing can! thnn bandit news.. Tho very warm weather, it-continued, will prevent turnouts in the after- noons, but Ihe delightfully cool even- Ings will make a visit to the big tent a most enjoyable entertainment. K Aug. pra- llminary hearing before Magistrate Leask, ,of Dan Quirick and Peter La- zuk, alias of having held up the workers In" a camp of the Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co. near Skoqkumchuck, on Saturday night, July on Wednesday after- noon. There a number of wit nesses to be heard, a 1'ussiau inter- preter being employed. One of Ihe men robbed, a Bussian who 'alleges he lost and a 'gold watch, Identified the accused as being two of Ihe three men who did the Job. He ,said 'Laiuk wore a green mosquito bar for a mask and that Quirick was the one who remained on guard at tbe door. He also'said he recognized the men by their voices and told how. he had come into the city and Informed the -police, and lat er met Lazuk 'on the street, .Lazitk askiitg .him to have a drink, but he refused. U was after thai thai Ihe arresl was effected by police. Tbe witness making the stated that the men In-the bunk house were engaged in playing poker when suddenly the door swung open and the accused stepped in with guns in their hands. They first "triaked1 Ihe poker players, Lazuk going to the bunk of Hike Dilly, who was asleep and taking him by tho arm pulled him out of his bunk and took his trousers and extracted .therefrom money am a watch.. The trial was necessarily slow be cause of 11 being necessai-y to use-an Interpreter, who, however, did his Best lo make, plain .answers to questions put to tho complainant. Both men appeared unconcerned as to what was going on arid at one time Lazuk smiled as his accuser told o an incident which took place wbei the hold-up was being conducted. MEMORIAL TO U. S. KILLED IN THE WORLD WAR COST OF PUBLISHING atrrnon NEW a permanent memorial to the more than officers of the United States army and navy who died in the war, the Army and Navy Club of America will establish In New York City a service club'houst and Officers' Memorial ,Hall, among olher memorial'features, the military record of every oHi- cer vvHI be preserved for 'future generations, GRAIN IN STORE PICKED UP IN PASSING P 0 R THE BUSY M A K A new town Is being laid out near irfdgeburg, Out. The St. Lawrence Is -being stocked with black bass and maskinouge. W. T. Arthurs, of Powell River, Is o be new principal of Cranbrook ohools. Forty million dollars are to be ex- ended on highways in Ontario and Quebec. xJohrt Hubert Ka'.baut, ol Montreal, vss accidentally anj fatally shot by a nine-year-old boy. Si. Lauthier, of Brantford, a G. N. Telegraph Co." liuemau, was in- tan'tly killed at Paris. Sugar receipts at'four U. ire pounds In excess, of he receipts last year. Around N.J., poker chips lave risen to such a high price that ;ambliug houses have to supply their customers with'Lima beans. o Hugh Scoff, a farmer of Taylor- 111., picke up a .burning can of ;asollne to keep his auto from being destroyed. He saved tho auto, but ost his own life. Westmoreland "Avenue .Methodist church, Toronto, has extended an in- to Hev. Andrew D. lobb of Duudas, Ont, to become their pastor in Juno 1521. Miss Ida Aaron, 47 year old, of Topekb; sued John Dunck damages for three hugs and the consequent pain und mental anguish. The Jury gave her {200 for each hug. Mrs. Sutherland, of Oregon, 111., vas despondent because she hatl been left a widow, so she took three lifferent kinds of poison, then jump- ed Into the river, but was rescued and still lives. A. Shaw, who has been the manager )f the "branch" bank of the Bank o! Montreal at Kimberley, B. C., has been trniisfered to Cloverdale, B. C. and E. E.' Shannon, of llossland, is the ue'w manager at Kimberley. Tiie congregation of African Methodist Episcopal Church, Now John B of the charges aga.nst him being that he kept chickens in the church. There having: been some spread eagling about 'lankee superiority in handling racing yachts, a-New Vork paper points out (bat the crew of the Resolute of 22 Noi w'egians, 7 Swede! and 1 Dane. William of tie wYork City, ras elected supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythias for the ensuing ;wo years. Mr. Ladev." was initiated into the-Pythian order In 1878. G. C. of Norfolk', Virginia, was elected su'prerhe vice-chancellor. Four death from drowclng occurred over the week-end at Ottawa and vi- cinity. Frank Ayearst, of Hamilton, a canoe cruise, was drowned at "Fit- een" Eeach.- Kent County Council has decided to widen Jeauelte's Creek In order to provide better drainage. William J. SI u Hoy, ex-warden of iYelllngton county, and former reeve ot Peel township, is lleory L. Newlore, a fanner, aged 66, was killed by being Xtrnck by a motor car on Kingston road, The summer camp lor girls at Port has been presorted by las. Cockshntl to the Y, W. C. A. of Branlford. The government .the city of s'ew York costs, nabre to' maintain .ban does the whole .Japanese Empire..- Sluco Ihe declaration ot Independ- ence was signed mmlgranls hare arrived in the U-. S. Near Faulkner, mad dog1 at- lacked a drove of ewlne..'Before the animal could be' eliminated he had killed or bitten hogs to the value ot H. F. Bartlett, "of Bradford, .Vt.. from less than a quarter of an acre of ground, cold thu'season seventy iiishels, Iwenly-three quarts pt Btra'w- tterries. Mrs. Sophia Orr, 108 years old, of Syracuse, appeared in.court' against her nephew, whom she accused of stealing (185 and a' copper wash- boiler from her, V York, sought to oust Tlev. Duddin, their pastor, one Start Children Youngs start them right In learn- ing music-' 'X "good and a good teacher are absolutely ccssary. The, first, wa can supply in the famous old MASO.N RISCH They cost yon. ex- pect at "Factory Home" prices. Sold "on ".easy-terms, too. Ask for style catalogue; ISDN IMD Balmoral Block "The Home of Vlctrcla- Thintex ANEW LIGHTWEIGHTSUMMER COLLAR TOOHEBROS.LIMITED Nelson. cost of pub- lishing the Congressional Record, the government publication recording dally everything that Is'sald and done in Congress, as some things outside, was year, prac- tically Ihe same as for 1918, but about less than -the 1917 cost. Cornelius Ford, the public printer, was asked for an explanation of. the high figure In 1917, but confessed his Ignorance unless It happened thai Congress "illrl more talking" thai year, said that In 1917, Con- gress was in session 250 Uays> In .J07 days, and In 1919, 279 days. i'Tho printed pages iri. the Record for these years were fn 1917; 663.S72.5S7 In 19.18; and In The cost of paper has Increased the past three years, but Ihe Hso of a Ilghtor nnrl less expensive quality has helped reduce the aggregate cosl of tho cr used. For 1919, the paper cost was ns comparer! with pOO In 1918 and In 1917. OTTAWA, Aug. issuei by tho Dominion bureau of statistic show that for the week encled Augus 6, 1920, the quantity nt grain in slor al the rtlffercnl public elevators Ihroughoul Canada has Increased by bushels In wheal and oats, as compared with Iho previous week. In- creases are sliown ot and 361 bushels respectively in Iho fore- going grains. Uarley, flax and rye show decreases of and bushels respectively. Stocks in store for the week tbtal bushels ol wheat, oats; barley; flax, and rye.1 FARES SO HIGH TRAM LINES QUIT to the enormous increase Ip the cost of operation, street car service hi many of the smaller'German cities has been dis- continued. Jena, Wuorzburg, 'Frei- berg and Hellbronn fro among Ihe towns trying now to eel along with- out trams. Attempts were made to keep tho lines going by radical In- creases in fares, but tho public, u'n- able to pay the price, took to walk- ing LUBRICATE YOUR FEET! Your feet-do more work than your hands? and get less attention. IT I> 01 IP ft Use Ur, Mum s, Inree Necessities Giving your feet about fifteen minutes' attention twice a week and increase your efficiency 100 p.'c. Attention to the feet is necessary, Ask To Be Fitted Shoes For All Ages W. J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Building ;