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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Cr/MSDAV. DECEMBER 24. lOlS THE LETilBRrDGE DAILY HERALD fHAT smM^mW'^MJB/^V^^'^''y By Well Lf^PIES ON m CHRISTINA'S US^7HJ5 V^/^R? CANADA'S ISHIPBUILDING EFFORT SHIPBUILDING IN CANADA. , ^ ^ ^Thflkbovfepkttirearepi'esent actual scenes in the shipbuilding work at the CDilingwoods SUipbulUllng yards at ColUngWooa, Ont; with a portrait inset o� Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, Mlnlotor, pC Marine and FfsUerles. Canada's Khaki University (Special ;Oo]^'e^jpt)naente-from- '^miB �'^�^eri^U-in. IJbndoh). III lecturing ;tfliiJajr??l>cfore; the Royal: Colonfal^-latiytutfe. .ou ^'Education in the ci^t�f^li!tiiitr'tk-xtiv:'i^.-'M: Tory, vpf^9l^6,Yit:,-pf:;t.he.;; UniVgi'Sfty-OJ AIlJertQ, 'and- tliD � Gaundian-Khaki'Unl-^.veraity, said tliatw-heraBS before the |ivar mufcy oC oiiv .leader's., of thpught liud received theii-'"higher education" in Oermauj', thOBe,-:vi^hQ loved the old British traiiitions, had longed. fpi- the time wliea there would be free use made of the educational faclHties wIOi-in the Bihpire such as a, great city like London had to offer. He was confident, he added, that now we had beoii.ahle to-measurp Ger-nnnn education at its true value, pur men would have/nbns of it, but wohld it wa^ capable iiltimalely ot supporting as large a-population. Ha repeated the oft-told story of Canada's Ini-niodlate response to the call to fight the Gernifins, but gaveit special, ip-plicatiou to the .fiubj�((ffc qZ -hisllecture by stating;fbat.'froni tlie very vbeglu-nin^ our Schpolii and' universities-live qentr%=6f:''lmpeHSL ptopagaud^r;^. li'baki University and itfi achievements. Presidet Tory Said they had had the joy of seeing men; who, in the early days of pioneering, had mifisod their educationali opportunities, learning to write, and. they had begun by 'writing letters Iiome." Thpr teachers had found a great demand for agiiculture; and there were .50,000 fai-mers now in-the Canadian army. There had been an incessant call from' these oieu to give them more practical JaiOAvledge. ' . ' vi:--, : Tlierd Avere manj* men, too, from the liUsiness colleges;-theiSe wero had iiteiiilly omptleathemQelve^ liito the active. sovv.i.ce^:regimentB, so>ipucli jnow being instructed in busineiss law, so that'l'ejsfi8latui'e�, 'in'ptiihe cases, i businfess practice,' commercial law^ were seriouslji'considpring tlie,-closing, of them. Man>- of the' schools,' in fact, were closed temporarily. ' The flrst thought in'the minds of the men Avho planned the scheme was to give an opportunity to the men who had left CaT|EKtn in their schoo! and college years,, to make lip some of the lost time by using their-ftparo and so____.___ _ for which ws; like, bMeniselves, had ibeen fighting;, and .he made a^^lgor-CMS plea for a coDsolidatipn of the higher educational work la the Old Country with that -ot Canada, ^ The speaker, clearly outlined the plans of Ui� Khald University to cope with tbe period ot dsmoblliza-tlon, a,period,- 5ie considered, from the soldlerJs standpoint, to be the mo�t critical oi: the whole war. NVhen asked by certain ottlci9r� of �the y.M.C.A.-^to 'Whom'he gave cr��- etc.- And t^ei-e had �beeh^ the boys from the High schools, a' proportloa of 6 out of S having joined the forces. Men of that slamp had run into 'the thousands and his "heart .^had turned to these lads to see i?" something could not be done to restore their lost opportunities of education." In his work. President Tory Had some novel experiences, and gave an instance ol U machinist who prevlpiis-ly had been hardly able to put two sentences together, being remarkably keeping in touch with the life they had planned for themselves, and to use the'demobiligdtlon;' period as a meanB'ot direct preparation for their (successful when It came to UemMV work in life. The tact that scores of etrating; ajid, on the occasion o� a men had s-peat live nights or'the''visit ot inspection by the Duke df week, which practically meant all | Connaught, had gone right on witlij i,e .draiTO and no tlemocracy needs se-their ^parelioura, in class work, prov-1 Iiis demonstration "without tm-ning u>--'-^~ * ? > > * � PpOR GERIVIANY! ? ? (By Lieut. K. N. Colvilc.) > * �5' * ^ ? to the man who grows the hay. v If you want to see that he gete ''� it all ypH;Can dp so by buying direct froiiri th'e'growers through their ovirn sales office. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Lethbrldge, Alberta Sam Sidles, Inspector, Warehouse 4t Coaldale, everywhere, he heard urgent call's for age oi;,our soldiers had over Had any .jiookfl. I s'chooling after ti�e age of 13'^ .years. The IChakl University had been th� The question of cost had always.'stood answer to this..unlvereal /desire on � ' � " Dr. Tory had hrougljt from^Ntlie ynimg and growing. west, ^aid Sir ?liarles, 'that Initiative that �comjes rfiora youiig and growing countrlwi," mid frpm this time forward they would associate the .'wipr^ Tot^-lsm With Kumothlne Tory dltforent. (L�aug'Jit�-). OiLti of tlielr greatest actlvitieB, in the noyal CplPuial lastltute, was th� pro-nioUon ot Imparltil studies, ''sober study of the British Bmplre sad Its rreat Dpmlnionjs;" and in this,' as tx many tilings, Canada has been a y Iploueor. ,� ��' Think what if nieans, Sir Charles went on, for a man such as Dr. v.Tory, to employ his energy and g^lus tor pveaniiiiatlpnv tP,:widening the'^ horlaoh of knowledge,-to. make, men better \;ltij;enfl. oonipartng this .with lie after.= .math'of former ways when much df the demobilising  soldier's time ivas' Hpfint m mlBChlof .;and wlckiednDgB-' "Horn you ji�ve a. man, who,' whdri' he' iB an old mmn, �will'tie-able to-look hogB^"''tJjaughtef). back with pride and thankfulness �up- "A^kd I thlnk,^* wei on the worit he has dofie Inthlswar." President -Tory began hib nddresa iby remarking that he "happened to jivo m a province,, (Alberta,) that was BO.OOO square miles larger than the (Whole Herman .Krtu'Irw.. tlPd he thought in tiio way of education; und he went further and^doclared .jt to 1)6 his lie-llef that If the .British Einpiro had dlatributed during thirty years- previous to the ivav, in educational work'- sol�ntttlc �Bd otherwiBe;--#ljBt it had actually spent on two ditys of the war, we would have been better pre-paxod to tackle the war, and could hsive shortened it at least by the dif-tererioe>of those two days and Its put-lay In bl'oad and.treasure. Turning to the chairman, I>p. Tory frankly .asked If he thought tli^ audience W6uld"stand for''; ii western Canadian: story; and being rcasBured by lauvhtei' and applause he told one I'coiiMmlng the Coalition election cam- There had i�ean a very aerious time fov awhile ,the speaker said, tryiiij to make It cleaivto the people of a "certain province" why tbej- should'^tand behind .the government in, this issue; and the stoiy waa told of a group of gentlemen, who", attei- spending se.ver-' al hbSirs pointing ti^e way'to a largo Budlettce,; felt ^ j' in thunder ilio government, doesn't fix tlio. price :-.o'f � if):- ' �. : .went �on 'the'. Spenker' great advantage, both to the-tpaaifng staff, and to the men. Dr. Newton, of the, Univers.ity , did the minority socialists'gain .ground J and -latterly they had even begun to | lose it again. The reception of. the inter-allied socialist war aims resolution in.Germany was not by any means favourable. The bulk- of the perman SjojilallBts were' always -Qeii-nmn first and Soclaiists a- loDlT way after and Germany today swarms with "democrats'' who imagine; that by getting ridi of their former .government they, will avert the wrath of their ene-thies..,The^as6 of Uie German people sintted ana the mass ot tha German people must do penance. A change of government: and of name does not ab-Bolve 'them from that painful npces-8ily.  Tractor Repairs W� speelallse In reborlnff gas tractor cylinders, and fitting OTorafze pistons and rings. We have In stock 'at present oversice pistons tor all popular makes of gas tracton. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 21^ 1st Ave. 8. Phone 1732 LEAVES PARl|�rTONrOHT whan the ' d.siib ided, tha cerried with the 'price Of iliogsl-r^if J' .nay.;8ay so-to thij detriment, c jroat'er questions.'..... .. P'roceorting . to ihf. def4tns ot thv ATLANTIC OITY, N.J., Dec. 24.- Capt. A. BriggB, formerly of the jjay Boyal Flying Corp? of Great Britain, baa been retained as supei'vI"or of ,'-f transi>ortation tor the'projected lines -^ of ilio Aaro,Transportation Company, of New.-.Tr.ork,  PhUadelphia'>nd. At-: lantio City. ,.� �J, - - The company' proposes aei'ial routes ' to New-^york, > MiWadelphia ,pai.J. jpos-.. sibl;^ [Wrashington, \rtth. Atliiiftio City f asit]i,9.,pia!u statlbn.;� . "''y','^ ' .-, WER^.FUYING FROM'ig(SRMANY PAFilS, Deo. 23.'-The BHtisli'avla-,ioi^-viho Tv^Bs acting as pJJot for-Major-Qen, Chaj-les D, HTibd�3,"an'd-who was . >;i!ed' in tbd' fJKll-pf their ^riiachine, :;:is-Lieut. Gilpin; TbeyiVere flying i ^lm Treves, Germany,"to Calais. The , ,nchlne toll 1,900 feet-. � '.  � ����'�\ PARIS, Dec. 24.-President Wilson's plats .for visiting American army headquarters at Chaumpnt and 'then proooeding to England, are now cpnf-plete. �e will leave -Paris tpnight and will- hPt return until" New Year's Q U M /CTf D vV^^ UNCHOR Aiicltbr-Donaldson PROPOSED SAIUNGS From Portland, Me.-^ Jan. 11 ...COMMOrrO'EALTH -.............____.... Bnatol From New York- Dec. 31 ...ORDUNA... Liverpool Jan. 1 .,.WALMEil CASTI.E .................. Liverpojl Jan. 1 ..... OHIANA.....Glasgow Jan. 4 ....SAXONIA,... Liverpool Jan. 4 ...CARMANIA... Liverpool Jan. . MAURETANIA . Livei^ool From Boston- Jan. 4 .DELTA..... Liverpool Purchase prepaid tickets, now for relatives and friends to ensure prompt sailing. UNEXCELtiD SERVICE For all information apply to any of our Agents, or to Company's Office, - , . . , SCOTT BLK., 270, MAIN STREET, 'WINNIPEG: 23.% PROTEIN CUAUAHlfn) "Ls": THE fTElRip Fpl< MfMtf? MTLK Order Your ;WW�r Supply Now. Write Us for Prices. F. P.-HYDE * CjO,j, gnr. 2widl Ave, and 12th St. S^, tETHBRIDpE. / COLLECTIONS Ilavo you any /Slow or doubtful accounts? K so; you need m. Make us your collection de-partiiient. We are profe.ssional money getters, we make a business of getting .money-your money,-for you, R. C: RARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Lethbri'dge Phone 1616 LAND FOR SALE When Replvlne iifontlcn "The Herdlfl MONEY NEED^ PGR SALE-640 acres of land, suitable for running cattle, inexhaustablo imp-ply ot pure water. ?8.00 per acre. Apply Box 14, Herald. . 1�^2 LAND FOR BALE-40 acres choice wild land, 2 1-2 miles from Taber. 320 acres choice wild land 7 miles from Taber. 480 acres choice wild land, 2 miles Wilson. 240 acres choice higli-ly Improved irrigated, 6 miles N. E. Lethbridge. SO acres choice higlily improved, irrigo.ted, 5 miles N. E. of Lethbridge. Prices and terms reasonable. "Wm. Ingram, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone 1245/ evenings .4Sb^__10-G FOR SALE-320 acres east of Barons, improved, 50 acres winter rangfe, 140 acres ready for crop; snap for'(luick sale. 450 acres at Coaldalc, Irrigated, ^^sjth .buildings on, 200 ready for crop; price $75.00 per acre, easy  terms. 160 acres irrigated, all plowed ready for crop, $65,00 per acre, easy terms. Money to loan on improved farms. T. M Hnff.Room 10, Alberta Block. 10-12 Sxuuiv FAitM-320 atres 150 milei (Horth east Calgary, S miles from tpwu, telephone in the bouse,. 1. mile from School and church; 200 acres cultivated. Good soil, Kunniug creek. All fenced. 4-roomed house." Stables. Granaiies, 8-foot board con-al," 4x7 rods. Price only $25.00 per acre .witl^ �|2,000.00 cash, balance arranged; Would accept horses or oatt;le as port pa.yment. From 8000 to lOOOO acres good open range, close. Lota df h'ay can be cut. J. C. iLeslie & Co.,. 301 Beveridge Block, Calgary. ^ 12-C Sealed applications fpr the ppsitiou of physician and surgeon foV'the employees ot Gait Mines, Lethbridge,"will l36 received by the undersigned not later than � Tuesday, December 24th. Applicant tp state amount ; required per empleyee and --his family per month,' for medical attendance, sm--gical opejatious, . hospital and board accommodation,, with and without medicine. ' CHAS. PEACOCK,. 733 Thirteenth St. North, Lethbridge. Secietary Local 574, U.M.W- of A. 9-4 NOTICE We wish to Inform our old customers and the public generally that wo have returned to the city and are again ppen fpr busitfess.  . ' Yours for Efficient Service. Xnapinan Plflinlilng & Neating Co. Residence 124S 5th Avenue S. PHONE,J448 CANADAFOOD BOAR? .V LICENSE NUMBER Z-Oi� / Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D.. CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST j Office roama 121-122 New p. Burns Building, Cerner 8th Ara, 83d 2hd St. Bast. CaUory. ! Office Phone M2848 i Residence Phone M2077 j Interne and House Surgaon, ! Manbattau Eye, Ear, Nose and 'f Throat Hospital, New York City, 1 1911-1014. ...... ; Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conduct ed In any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALOAtE, ''ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call. The Dowsley Land -Ageney. Letiv ' bridge. Phone IBM ~' / Freelfi Elliott Sheet Metal'Worki Winter will eoon be here' and bring with it the cold weatber. Have your furnaces dverhanl-ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a ape-ciBlty. Phone 1711 '330 Sixth tL a Lvthbridge, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kindt WestcrnTransfcrCo. Ltmltod p. R.