Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWELVE THK LETHBR1DG IE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER GiOSlONIS Fanners Much interested in the Tacking Plant to be Esla- blished Here Carrfsioa, Dec. ol the la- dilutes held tinder the auspices o! Agricultural Society was in the trf the tabernaclft last uigLt and attended by about one hundred men, nearly all termers, wLc a Interest In the snd displayed the fact that ttpv following r-iiupalt." to establish a packing and cold stor- plant In Le tho ridge. In order to qualify for government tjrant it is ueceuarr for an agricultural Sidetv 10 hold two institutes yearly, and last "night's was easily the most largely attended In1 the history ol the Cacd- iDdety. K, C. .Phipps presided laud was on the I with Martin Woolf. M. P. K, aad I Major Broun, i T. Quiyle, oj- l.eifcfcridge. save j the opeolug aUilrvis, dealing wlili ob- j serrations as to to years and cf ?ls wbtch livre fcraid grow- ing '311 of Tut speaker wlih the Indus- trial problem it tomis and urged liat boards ot trada use less! euergy trying to secure impossible jduiiries and to go after those which use the natural resources of the dis- trict aa'itie material. H. H, Crass followed, I tlie AoaiicUl ot the jlanys Umlled picking !'lacl land nhowed that pecking plants in- variably are money enreers. Mr. Crajg dealt wllh the provisions fcr the sale of itock in ine IVlenys com- pauy svnd pointed out thai it cannot very be cornered, aud gives the farmer a chance to conircl !n a large measure the market for his stock. j B, -Mltford In a trfllog address ;iold of the for the or- gaQiiiUoii of the company and how :li is 10 be managed. 'He "Id '-ft-as' not one dollar of MB tared stocfc. and oce president down put uj> hts mc-nfty., Mr. Mitfoni explained various details and at the answered a number of revealed the of Cardfr'toi farmers iu tlie projecL H In fact very i-ronounced tbat Flays Dance Halls and Immodest Gowns FIFE-CONNAUGHT above Is the- inslgalA of Prince Arthur of and the of Fife, who vere recraUy marrieJ. "iri view of the much diMWfd'iutteitlon- that Prince Arthur follow his (alber. thft Duke ct occupant of RUnu Hall, and Canada, the combined arms of the Vrince and his wife are talerwrtlsp......- the whole feeling of the south country Is Vtadly 'disposed to the project ami If the times wore thera tau'i a.doubt but .ttat ibe entire stock issue would bo. taken up In a very rfeort lime. President E. J. Wood, ot the L. D. S. church, speaking 10 a Herald man, said tirat uiuch as he valued tie dairy- ing iaduKtry IIP.had uo hesitancy in saylDg jhfci'a packiug plant U vastly superior as a means of developing tie country as well as a splendid Invest- meat. THE BODY, ANYWAY New .York. Dec." desire my carcJiso to go to W. satit the will pt'Matthen- J. CharJs. flled fcr pro- bate. He referred to hla death as .off." Public school losUuclipu lu aUndmrd ot morality for men and women aft the basis of au attack oil trouadwoA of Uw social evil was I urged in Cleveland by Very Hov. ter Taylor Sumeer. deau oi the ISpis- copal cathedral of Saints Peter aad' Paul, Chicago, in an" addreea before, the Northeastern OUlo Teachers' ai-! soclailon. your work with tho boy.and' girl, especially the urged Dean Summer. iLe loy'lo te loyal lo to treat her with 'defer- ence, to look "up lo licr.tiud later on tn life his chivalry nlil protect her Troai evil, "Jt is not just that the man who wrongs (be hungry, unJenaJd girl should go ecot free and he looked upon merely aa a romancer, a sower of wild oals, uhlfe his victim IB forced lo .the 11 reefs. must have siuglu standard moralityF and you teachers can. do much to bring it about. "What cf Homeless "There Is no more perplexing prob- lem than tho woman in industry. Primarily, the sphere ot tbo vroman Is home, but are going lo do with the who have no X. "We hour, much of the lukultuum wagv. la it Eoued. -That is for you ;duciitora to discuss aiid. discover. "If _we-arc to keep our gills lu the liouie'wo must raise domestic tunica above tlie. level to which It has fallen. aud there again the fichool can do umclu "The school must lo It a child finishes hlfib school lie s exiulpped lo earti a living Deaa tiumuer flayed tbo duice of modern dances as the chief cause of downfall of women, and the decent. Immoral and immodest drees-' ing of all np the RblcZ cause ot cien, may [jo atralght from Hie un-- declared the dean, "and fee tho same Initeceut fa htgii society. I EOiutlmos ask Is degeneracy sinking down from above? Sumner scored (he modern immoral novel He urged wider use of public school buildings UB social and civic centers anil told ot the work being carried on in Chicago. jt the children use the schools for recreation and entertainment." he said: f'Lfet rnrcnts use. them, loo. Allow iiolillcal meetings In your: schools. 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