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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Land and Armaments Policy of the Liberals Beauchamp Explains Low Wages and Bad Hours of Agricultural Laborers to Be be J I intdfenr If .IOHLS. mid loeal tiie v ties liad not u.-ed their td i.j in fir.R Govoru- Fables of Fortune Sow and asalu, of loursc. it [Ual a person is suddenly frcui poverly to atlluence some un- expected bcQaest; but il aiay be safely said lhat the stories of fabulous for- tunes being 'unexpectedly left ty rlcii are. In the majority of cases, ikMou. We have a slrikteE illustra- of this in tto reci-ul story, which ailcrxvards proved to be 4'Jlte fcusus. cf the charwoman who, it been '.eft Timsial! had Failed for Australia to lake over Ills wonderful fortune. Tlic ptick. however, right, anj llic wrote Lollora ot the story knock- ed out when Tunstall Miliury Deftness Kept at ths Point of Safety to the Ca-jniry While Not Arousing Hostility or Alarm In Other Ccur.tries Karl Bc-auciiaop, addressing a uieei- :n South Somerset 03 tUe land t campaign of the Liberal party, besaa j hiy referring to the figur pulsioa, v.Llch furcej to iLt-u: must tht-rcfore, Eton in, and be o Imer tlian ii was rls'.-.t urcdicted tbat they Vrlnf al-o'jt j that a repor: circulated from for lu receive. The only 10 a moral revc-lutiun in our in Yorkshire lhat Ar.u Uavid- i-orrect ecOL-omic to; many of which a feel fort ton. of Kedmire, Yorlis. !iad left an inlo force. the first [line he was independent. 1 estate, expc-cted to amount to over Tiie ciamp'.c SPI by a minimum would five fanneri sweater I {l.OOO.C-M, and that she had beijueath- iu icdustriei encouraged 'security o! tenure, nr.d v.oulJ up i ed to a washerwoman named Government to purrje [V.e policy oi a a cheap and tribunal, whic'.i Fawcett. As .a matter oi fact. Miss minimum wage for the should uo justice landlord and Davidson's estate was proved at haborcr. tenant. The chief srgurueul of the ar.d tuere was uo liequest llsnced It was anaounccd that THE CHILD FOR RUSH OF LIFE turned to lluUu.n irfil, suddenly re- s cases ii Is difficult to say why these storks of fictitious fortunes an- circulated. There art times, how- ever, ivhta ttiey enaWc systenalic frauds lo te carried out. Tiiere was Ihe ease, -'or instaure, of worain in a Midland town ivLo assiduously spread the report lhat she had in- herited a fortune of S500.000 from relative who liad died in New Ze.Oand.! or to any Agricultural Housing acaiLst :he land volity was cither to Mrs. Fiuvcelt As regarded tie that pheasants did t.nt eat icar.Eol-I washerv.-oiiian. There a pal ia tho East Kud tour iarailies j They cotlem to pass case when a laborer -anted TunstaU Must Seek to Reach a High Level of Ex-' cellence "No Time For the Old Children Suffer From Intel- lectual Starvation I Sires on "I'reraratlou for tup s ft Lite." at a. oi the On the strength of this report flic I'rronts' MucallonaL Unlou. liorrowed money. rau ,.p laree In connection uilli Conference with Krai tradesmen, fleeced Educational Associations at Ilic friends (o the extent of several fcuu-! Dr- llelcn dral pounds, and then disappeared. WcWl "M Denied as It was ultimately discovered thai slie .raiie. .__. .__. occupied the" four corners of oue Itehfd. ..howlug the sirlKng increase, (here LQ ,m Xo. of trade during c y0. 3 baiiiuke. -jiiho-jt saying reported to have inherited a for- inl it was a profound mis-'line of .something like The cople oi the country from his father-Maw, who had died in had. he said, created a fresh re- (Laughter.) the importance of the d'aestioui ir Australia. Many roaar-tic stories upon other records lor the trade ,.sre 'km- nl.Jch u would were told of Tunstall at the time. the country. One reason why trade j was EO gocd. was thai through the; Uzcncy of Sir Edward Grey peace had j jiiccn naintciaod. with other countries, jl'eace was" the first and chief con- i side ration. No doubt Sir Edward _ liad been aided by tbe conscious-1 that armaments had been 'up to the proper standard. There j hbwerer, arise a point at which i 'armamtnis were so powerful that they became -s. source of to a 1 country. H armaments were so strong other ronnlries thought they were directed against them, or that they! created feeling of alarm on ihe part of other co'jnlnes, ii. origin lie Chat those countries migM b? less to be friendly -nilh us. U has heea the aim of his Majesty's Uorernment, said Earl Beauchamp, since they first came into office, to see that the arma-1 inents oi this country bliall be main- tained si exactly that standard while it Censures safety in thU conn- (try, shall not any frelicgs of {hostility or alarm on tbe pan ot other i j countries. The Prosperity Record had tccn. said his lordship, ir, consequence, this tremendous record of. prosperity. Yet ihe' Garfcrument nere not FaiiEGed. Were tbey satis- fied at ihe way Sn which it vras being jdistribultd? It T-vet perfectly (there vas much unrest in the labor world. Some people were more alarm- led ai that unrest than he v.-as. He jttcrjid far rather ses Ibis unrest than jtbe unemploymeat was a fefv .years BED, when great number? ol jpeople were wanting 'vork, iood, and '.Jodglng. Things were worse tliao they jivere to-day, when there Elrikcs Ihccausc men, having got those were novr trying to get better happier conditions. Insurance [against unemplojiatnt Ja certain 'IradeE very likely would prevent a it-currtuce of anything Hkt ibc bad 'japloymtnt winch some of our traclea the sceptics seemed to have been I had no fortune. N'6r was1 there any (irospecL of her being be- queathed as much as a five-pound note, ami tbe pc-opio whom she had swindled were left lamenting. Ii may be remembered, too. that Violet Charles worth practised a similar de- ception by announcing that she was coming into a fortune of when she reached the age of twp.-Hy.iive. She was sentenced to five years' Eenitude, afterwards reduced to three years, for conspiring ana oblainlr.K money by false pretences. THE REPENTANCE STOOL In the National Portrait Gallery and Museum at Edinburgh, Scotland. riior-? i? rooji; is stored v, !th antiqu'itieo, and which fs of great interest to every' visitor. In a certain Ifmly-Hghicd corner, there is a stoo! i-hirh b carefully kept a5 a relic of Jic days a" ceaturj- and more vben offenders In the Church were reatcd with severity under the strict of the Scottish Church, ihe is tinown as the "Hepent stool." Above it, there hangs ir 1 a glass "a long gown made ni The person undergoing patisfy tho lively curiosity and allow abundance of food to tho vivid imagination. Their chllilreu could not, as iho chilli's did, tloivly as- slnitlatc knowledge from Ti'orld around ihciu. There was not lime. The further singes of life wero v-alt- fo bt> piused ill rough. Kifo 'AT.S lou Ehort for the way. Adoles- cence, with Us altruistic vistous Jirid uianhood wltii Us grave responsibili- ties were almost at ibc door. Kat-Ii LiSnd must think out thtnes fnr .tself, so each must have opporluniUrs [o- the knowledge It ncedtd and cmvcJ, and. without which, it cculd not safely form Judgments. If they did not allow their children's minds llic nourishment they required n order to grow nlong tho lines of Nature, and lei iliuin have much of that, they would as surely fail to roach their full .Uaturo of manhood. Maay a man and woman never reached n- healthy balance because In childhood they had been fed mi second- hand scraps of knowledge, instead of vitalizing ileas, or. from some mis- taken utilitarian theory, bail been too hough there never, hid been any time which nervous mattered lo men than at tlm rrosent day. Qo great, was the rush and stress u[ ife that one was- tempted to think hat before long only those possessing he" finest quality of staying power ,vould be able la stay at uli. Life seemed from every point of view to lemand so much of us nowadays that inusL net only secK to reach a ilgU level of excellence, in many directions, hut learn tn arm uunrclre'j early slatted on A process ot special- the attacks, aim find out whore ization. tbe special dangers lurked and men- The "Unmanageable" Child acetl. There ought to be plenty ol Pealing with instances of children uliiie am! a good deal of what might from sli to ten years of age who verc otiL to grown-up, people absolu'.ely Dr. Webb said the oiiOiOiiy in Ihc life of the lltilc child I school was generally blausii'J, but tUe for the sake of its nervous'stabiHly; was in reality suffer- :hu world was to him all ne..v and all' iiig from intellectual starvation, not interesting. There were iiuantUics of [from over eplelJon, and the chances thrilling things to arid nb-Uvtre that' a full diel "of -wholcsomo served y.nrt learned which to growiviti bad become so fannliar as ti become non-existent they had children to keep tti'cm ycmifc, or were endowed, with alien, sa faclciug In tlie majority d( people. Ab'Jndsnrie of Occupation There slio-jld be abundance of o.ccu- patlon for the child, and Ihe more it was of tbe child's own flnilfng, the better. All the time' the brain was rjeiier. iuu nn> i punishment was corapel ed to wear lt erov, ing, nracllcaJ rolattons were being Itio ft csrU-rlnth anrl tn rv- i e __ i set up with the outer world. The cdncut-onal idea, especially in gown rf sackcloth, and to sit the fctoo! in the presence of the whole j congregation far onu or more Sab- ;baths according lo the seriousness of :lhe aeainst law of hood youth. to nllbiv relations Ideas was .what be really necdfiil. adolciicence foUowed on child- hood, the npjicllte for knowledge ougJn to be in no way lessened. Thai country was In a parlous way whoje youths nfiil maidens left school whh feeling she had heart! ex- presFcd, that they never wished lo a book again. There could Le no more telling reflection on the kind of boofcs which they had hitherto been supplied with or rhc dearth of life in that knowledge aui the way in which stone had been iiivut tor hrcnd. Parents CKCiled Ibe altruistic tendencies of their daughters by tak- to DC set uji in as tltrcctionR as ling them to missionary mectlcgs and. I.OSEIWO, In allbiv EoraolhScg to caprice tliu lllic. anri ;-el Klien tlisy left col- In the same place may he and to and began lo recognize their -cor. actual manacles and chains fflr a limc_ Su mighl the Lpunfiibllity to the submerged tenth, :hat were placed upon the hanrts and lhp Ul3 famlly clalm WM asserted and the nocks of offer. tiers, and fastened to the stone niilars of tbe church gates. In chcsc Ambling places, they rauat P1 greatest variety of tilings in nhlvcrse around it. II had its own raduro tho saze and ll the the criticlEm of j but how frequctilly their .method to daughter was told lhat she was un- satisfied anJ ill-adviseil In her efforts. Where There an Attempt to Reform by Special Privileges Woman Wai Operated Abdul's Benefit ROMANIC OUILAWS Exploits of White Wolfe Have Drawn Attention to Brigands 'An old cannon, salved frum (lie a British Navy frigale losl wlih valncU tit off One of the speakers In tbe course of ihe discussion asked U Dr. with Nature's They ladvocatcil 'fttlsryinfi the precocious were iiror.e lo give, nol the who asked all sorts at (incsttoas. venicnl for Ibe children's Iht-y found It convenient the Zuydcr Zto In has been to glvo. If they would give them what placed oulswle MovrtV In the Royal! they needed, and help them Exchange. The bell of the sainc ves- iJull stature of their posslblllllca, Ihcy se! is tolled at Lloyd's for news ot mnsl teed ISem will, the living Ideas hlrli wert tub heritage of them ;arafj tablts at mc-alc may bi; .An .-irmslag biorv ia'yeiriTnEt'Vj.e for tiic coaiitts at il-.e prison jcx-siiltan Ttirkty. skill. in (''1'--'1 '-a''-lr''- A art TULC- thls 10 perJormtd crrt arc not "f Irturl. Tii'.su oM hriliiiiid1 Ai-roniir.Kly. the bnrifspn removed uho he'.-n aM'fr.dix from a Ionian win> tva Ii.-rts by a Fiiffrrir.K from of c.f a f-oTifirU-TitTal an'] ihf- cs-'SUlJarj ronsonlt-J to ii (K-'.irr-. fcciIiiB; hss i being 01: daiiKhter. The Thy m'.Ti worn311 l-'ittr mptrif-nrtd tJiat -A ;r'nn nii-1 rla-nic-d dul HanJd (Ihc eli to bf; dimigos ir lo inuJe >.ad hnocXcd 3l I At uf suffi-rir.g from ap- away tbr- eatire from a1' U niadd lo ,per.ilic1tif. An oreration was ncces- of Tariff Ucfonn. conikt? liy'tpi-clal Mi-al j t'pforf- wo-jW allow the w.a that nritii-h trad" i HIH art TULC- thls 10 perJormtd Abdul Jlamld j going downhill, What a dlfferi-iv-' v there was thf policy t.f Trvriff "I Heforrn as It was first introduced anil f Timirixi-. uho ;iow. There was dlffercr.erj Leinefn the policy cs starve) at -rtnd ttic policy initiated at Mr. Uonar Law. LO; thf- Tory party wo'ilrl lo tn tlit-r mnEt a Ijanner oiiij laxc.s wrlt'-Cn upon It. Liberal Und Policy The tiuvcrninont Jrind 5fJit-ir.e was endorsed by the Primo ilEaisttr, supported by a iiiiiied an.] euliniMaf 1lc party, Tlie Liljeral j.-oiky ivtis largo policy- They did not Intem! Thft tlj lt r. K tfcal vtth (be fi'jbjecl by His here ln-i-n ro Isn.y riy al Vila there, but they wauled to take J a. Targe Find comprehensive uurvry oJ iiic-n Ihc uf k-n-i- ;lt', the 'lyts'.lon as a and ac-ross the tank- it as it affected, r.ul laborers alone. Linl their or fprmers alone, but as It affected gotfitr. slights IH-I das? which was concerned. In jnniir-edrd, r.nd the business of farming. There was lor "ilin aVjtitlnu of old I The exploits of White V.'blfe, llift A.dul }Iain.a. roljber oi Honan i inat one OE and Itupelt, wtiy took prisoners all the members of rhfe Lutheran Mifslons of rescued only aflc-r great rjffirlns and the of al] their, ha." drawn alien- overdue ships or w recks. Was there not a danger overwork- ing the brain? Dr. Webb rcj-Iied that thty must jiicJgo by ihe individual. She thought the child certainly wanted more tcilfce. The precocious child ouglH In have r-enly to thJnfc about. (Ion lo the question (jf brigandg gener- TU> li i pr .L ro-l Al oil U mosl famous of them all. With a following of some Ihrte iJious-and ratn, iic has mnny towrs, cl-i-llng ill the govern- ment's efforts t'j i-aplure him. Wlih :iilin was formally associated a lorwii1.- 3 file bandit nmntiA Wang Ti of hc-r Largcit Kilchen lhal largoal Kit- 1e lhal of the- Uo3i being unable lo I yeSzc; Ii! offered him a milOary post 'and Waiijf acc'p'.rjl. He Is said lo ihavc ncMc nn.iiilir-s and to be proving [a very faithful servant, j A parallel r-aet rns that of the j bandit. Hsu Too San, the famous ,'Tlgtr Csu." nho enured the service i cf I lie Manchu trantferrt-d aiJeglanco lo Yuan Sbl Kal, arid f.f ihn Ijciu-t, 4.000 r- Thr smallest hellli- holds L1J "m" "rtJ- "11U j-.- !ar f t was bEovn lo piecca by a 'lryl4 Wni lalo rol.cllion. White WoKo rcTolulior.r.rj- in {Jitfi pylicy. Tiicy cou'U not let Ihe low wages anO bMrdlng rnatiripr llio vision of ERlnllcr A[ jire.-.tjit .4 of the tgricnUarual laborer j Hie, authorities have dccliiinl lo i on. Tlio time ha'J conic -Alien Uie'ariy Tlitro IHtj- each wt.l.-h capable. holding ai a 220 oJ i.-iUtrj'js. there are omelets lor Ijrcikla-.l, i-gga are (offcc icartilnr.3 makf 7.nij ol cfrti-e Thtre aro and 100 b'-ya jtvcry ii niadc .milar oETer, It is estimated that In one or hands Customer; "Have you nothing Exasperated Shopman "No, vnarJnm, unFcss you care lo try en the Loidon Opinion ;