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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES LethbrH%e, Aibei-ta. Eritlay, February 7, 1913 PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 4$ ED- TODAY Public Cordially Invited to Inspect Equipment This ^Evening IN THE; VANGUARD High Tribute Paid City as the Leader in This Class of Instruction Tonight at.- 7.30 citizens of Jjeth-bridge. will be accorded the opportunity to attend the opening of the city's-sixih big-aphool. -Incidentally, thosef who.1' 'kvaJk: themselves of the opportunity ..-will!'find the-.flneB-t tnan-  ual, training schopk1 in the  province/ and at the same* time one of tb� best in Canada.-..The" event marks p. new era in the educational activities of "the city,'for commencing on .Monday. next'1 "practical" education will be one of the 'watchwords of the Lethbridge system. "It is the best school ol its kind in Western Ganadat : The east can take some lessons from it. It would do justice to a,city five times the size of Lethbridge.;' I.jmijespecially pleas-.  ed -with. .�whafc'iHhQ'1 'school board lias done for practical,'-edncation.'' This is th^tfcestimohy of .'Principal Bailey, who^w-itll Jiave charge of the school, and he knows whereof be speaks for jhe is accjuaintediwi'th; nearly every one of Ontario's sixty manual training schools. 7 "Outside the coiteges in the big In. connection with the inspection of the new Manual- Train- ? iug school tonight, the ar- ? rangcment is that the school ? shall be open from 7 to 8.30 > o'clock, after which-all who > wish will be free to attend the > University, extension course 4> lecture in the.^entral school;. The lecture tonight on the geo-logical and-.plant -life ,ot the province and' thc- necent big ? pre-historlc. . remains .'found > near Red Deeir'-wlil'. u-e dealt �> with. The-lecture1 will be one ? of the beBt of th$ :course. > Handsome new structure opened th 13 afternoon/; ; It;Mfgnajped after Dr. Galbraith, the 1912 chairman of the Board, and a popular;$X#layor of the dty ' / >, .eastern cities, there is not a schobl, \j 5n Canada to>egual.-..iti** said Mise Pres-jradial lines in tUevT.aher district, �;� is t^JBSf*. supreme in thejnow4n.yth'e. possess&n-'of- the member!! ^ethbrldgU^t'ihas^d^^e^ino '=P*�leglsla,$u$'#out to- c$n- '^'�fe^J1 *roudt& W'orfe of the teachers. L This is the" kvM ;fcalkdd-bf .iauial I ^E^f^f-#^ tral*�^P^ompany pioWotettKny^T^. Kramer, . domestic: science departments of cftvTi v^-.'�-i*y^.:!;^�;..l;./-:rr:.. ..jS:,',:--.-I school systems^re Bdden away on IP10*"^' '^^fc W the; the' third flat of one of the public ' Tines ia the Taber district* and . ;to--.....*�--�'*�.-.-. i-'.",>, build feed lines north' to "Barney .and Large Crowd Witnessed Interesting Function al Which Men of Prominence in Educational Circles Voiced Appreciation and Great Pleasure m , ���fii/t'P..!->..WACtACE Chairman- of ;;the Lethbridge School :'.' Board � In educational affairs Lethbridge is unquestionably making pronounced strides, as this afternoon shortly before four o'clock another magnificent teaching institution, namely the Galbraith School, North Lctii�iidge. was opened by Dr. W. S. Galbraith before a large audience. North Lethbridge has for some time past been forging ahead In: respect of increased copulation, which naturally requires to be seriously and' practically catered to as regards the education of the children. The completion of the new .school' should mean much to the district,-which Is also served by Westminster school. It may be mentioned in passing that it was very fitting that the new school should be named after Dr.-Galbraith, who has . taken such a Company Promise^ to Have Road in Operation ^Within;: One Year LINE WOULDN'T HELP LETHBRIDGE o-- Taber, Feb. 7.-The Times says: An act to incorporate -the Taber Transit Oo. which proposes to build Abandons Calgary Line but will Hustle G. T. P. in  from the East Alby. The draft Copy of-the bill to go 'to the.legislature will provide I schopls, as though'these'branches, of education were fa'ds. . They-are not fads. I think you 'will see the time '�. thafc""th'e"coiupany must connect up when tli� work done in this- -building : ^ ,nines here -by 'their.-u n-w lines will be considered the most import-1 " � ' - -r ant part of the Avhole school curricu-lum." ,� ' --' The Domestic Science Department "While talking to- the Herald Miss Preston was busily engaged in preparing, as all good housekeepers will prepare,..for the"?housewarming this evening. .Half a dozen able bodied men were putting her house in order, and when Lethbridge housewives-visit ffer" I sanctum tonight, they within one year of the of the charter. The. officials oithe topi* pany state emphatioally that will be done " this '0- City Council at Today's Session Instructed Police to Do V{ Their Duty V9 It has been suggested that the aldermen he paid so ��much- per meeting- �> 7~ ^- - ^ ^ MR/HARMER'S WADfTAKEN , Tho bill gives the' name ,ol: Edgar ,, , , ��-,*.�� ,. ... , Kramer, of Philadelphia, financier,^. Atter the suggestion will be E. Bullock, of Taber,''and" pthetfgsu- amended in all probability-to read so tlemen, as provisional directors 1 ol much per dav, and if the council the compainy. ! � Imcetings continue to grow in length', According to the advertisement 'of it is just possible that the aldermen the company- carded in last -week's should tic paid a certain monthly sal-Times, the route of the proposed line arv. For- the meetings are growing is wide and devious;: That the road' in length. When Mayor Hardie heard Calgary, Feb. Ttr-+W.*J. Har-'mer,  deputy - Minister of Bail-ways, was robbed on the CP. R, transcontinental, arriving from- tile east this morning. Th'e-coach was locked and all the passengers were searched by Pink'ETton's, but the thief was "not found. * * * * * * * * ? * * * WILL HEAR SENATOR ROOT .(Special to tb> Herald).-, ., C^tawa, Feb. ,7.-Mr. w., a Bu-,cha^an intervie^ved'.iMr. B. "J.. Cham-'be^aih,I.or^M^nt^ot J^he G.T.P , at Montreal, ,a?ia nrgSfl' \tne immediate construction oi the liiie to Lethbridge. Mr..�-�Chamberlflin, however, j declared that^ tho guarantee ion the ; Calgary.-Govt^ts line had lapsed' 'and was not renewed. He was opposed to this line being built, as' it would not open -mew country and, would force, the road to haul all freight north to its main line, .while,..tlie C-P.R. and' the C.N.Rv, via its Goose Lake line, would have'1 direct route's east,1- The G.T.P. aimed to get eastern connections and Mr. Chamber,ain assured Mr. Buchanan that, Lethbridge would get G.T.P. connection.:from the east as rapidly- as ; possible." Mr. Chamberlain said the scarcity Washington, Feb. 7.-After a brief session today, th^ Senate committee on inter-pceanic canals decided to take no action on the Root amendment, for the repeal of thfe. frep-\pas-: sage provision of 'the, fnnanja, ^anat until after Senator Root- had "rbeen heard in its'aupport. j/The cQnanilttee 'will-meet week, .= if OFFICERS TO GO TO CAPT. PEASE ANDi.-ENSIGN, ANDREWS PROMOTED TO ONE( OF LARGE ATTACHMENTS IN OLD ONTARIO Toronto, Feb. G.-The scarcity., of they will And everything, even to the i, creat ,erieut to.the district that Expert a. R. Ross had arrived Carm help and the general grease w .nrf th/. whnln.' -�rul �;� . �_ n., i,, n�ll�rf , ni.ontin.o- nf the tr. thp rural llODUlation Of YO.rlOi. COUn- laBt spoon,: in order, anti the whole Ititchen spotlessly ho\y to light a Bas|sfove7: how to'DOilsh a'cook stpve/:hpjv to wash dishes, how to set a'iabMSpjK1-to cook an eight-cent lunch ;ftt'torHire ?oda,- and':hoW'to^serve thevmeal/wheu' First,-;-in a' westerly and;: southwesterly direction to-, a point near section 33-9-7 at 2:30 p.m., and was still in session at the time of going to press.'It-is hardly likely, however, that it will, in-or sit far in to v the evening, as some of I the aldermen are also curlers ot note, purpose of pointing out,-the- advantages- of the county. - \ SQUABBLE OVER-SPOILS Sofia, Feb. 6~Difficulties, which have arisen between Greece and Bui- a^'^o^SS^SSS?1 t0^%rl^J�\^^ ga,da-as to the division "of the spoils al�Mine Xtog^'Li point lis safe to assert that the council to-' of tho tialkan war, and as to the fate 31-iJJ-lb'i hence day set the record for long meetings in or near section . ._______ . ____ north and north-eastiiriy' to a'- pbYnt; ;'After heading �Mr; Ross the council in" � section- 8-10-16,- tb'ence.- in a  t^O^^^^{b%ri6',.''|�o^e4/ \Vith~ the' rc^ulaT-thorly - direction through-j-.>..i'to.wn8hvip -'Btisiiiess, which "was on the (Ub4�l4ar, 10, range. 115, thence .north and-jnor^^iiScfesioh this afternoon. lA letter ^easterly through 'to^uship.^l-i^ran'^e^asIJread fionv-the-. Customs ^Dep'artt neat",sei9^ipn!, 8JL#5.-i?y*- thence-s north-; - - als; He was told, .vhowever,-  that,Mr' which-wll not cost more than twonty-!oa8teviv through township' 16-17, to Shaw, custom's collector here ' five;:cent-8;:pev^^.iplate.f;;she'Will know '.,,,,, t*.,^;,^!.^,, ,,lH r/.,,,H thV. m whether.i'gh^'^iB^feoding- per. Quests too much"it(i!rcBJ3#^fo)d or too much niea^riaiid, slye7%|lr:|eat'n how, to do It allv>gr;acefiillK*^ a dining..iVocjn cpmplete.}y fu'rniBhejd of the captured fortress of Saloniki were the jreasons of a visit paid to the -Bulgarian capital today by Premier Venycloise of Greece; M. Veny-clpise, conferred with Premier Guech-:0ff, of. Bulgaria,' and King.Ferdinand. lt:'ishoped: that his.visit will result in a'n;afer'eem'ent. � v . ',������- Their many friends fh-this city regret to learn that Cant-., Peasq and . ----- ...... . Knsign Andrews of .the 'Sal'vaibioiii ot labor on railroads {his year would army command here have fen trans-not allow, of much branch line work, ferred to No. 1, Vancouver. : "While The Balkan war had -taken thousands their leaving in (iinvwav of  a of laborers away and ;it was next to , decided promotion, at ,the same time impossible to - replace-, them; ..>Mr-.^the---IeaWng. .wiH- oe none the less,re-, Chamibe'rlnin >, considers Lethbridge gretted. These excellerit'^orkefs have-would not benefit much by the Cak j accomplished a' great/deal-of' 'good gary line.( ,A . v -j here, and it seems, too)bad; tnatt^ej'' j should liavc to leave just as': the fi&w icitadel is about ready, 'fOTJ| ppeniag;: I FOR MOOSE JAW' Moose Jaw,. Feb.''. 6:-The Royal Bank has ta'ken out plans for a new building to cost between $80,000 and $100,000. ': ����' � /" A MYSTERY OP T;HE SEA Newport, -Va., Feb. G.-To solve the mystery ��� of  the dleappeareu-ce o� the master and.crew of the Norwegian bark Rettif^ent,;.-found sailing, seaworthy, fully -provisioned and abandoned off A'iores by thul British tanker, Roumanian; which took the derelict in tow and ��. later lost her tn a gale, the revenue cutter Ononadga was today ordered to sea: keen interest, in, and done so much to iTurtbier the educational affairs of the city. Chairman's Address R. P. Wallace, the chairman of this year's Board, in his opening remarks, said, in port: "In reviewing tht> work which has been accomplished in matters of education In this city during the past few years, I think it will undoubtedly be c.cnceded that great progress and advancement has been -made. Cities in Western Canada all find very, .great difficulty in keeping apace educationally, and providing adequately tor the needs of a rapidly growing population. In these matters I believe that the School Board of Lsthbridge have not only kept abreast, of the times, but in advance of the times. There is probably-not a school building in the city today which Is being used for educational purposes that was constructed at the ' time that our ex-chairman, Dr, Gal* - �:' braitli, first became a member of the Board, unless it be the present High v School. The year 1012, I think, irl\ many respects, was the banner year^ ; in this city, so far as the advance in educational affairs is concerned. 7 Many New Schools ' r During thac time there was con-s structed the Manual. Training School �! / (which is opened to the public this'1 evening, the Galbraith School;- and' the gymnasium connoc-': tion .with Westminster School, and. ?a'us xu>igbt also include the Hardla-' villa School, which was not fullywdc^1-; cupied �> until the beginning of last year. In." that year new departmental . worjB^px-Babized, najnftijc-araw^ing^ cpnv. -raercial sutjjects, 7vocal; instTiicttpp^ii domestic science -and manual trairi- ' ing. r _ In uie coiisJruction. * of o'H' school .buildings � yve : have 'end:sayored y, to construct the most up-to-date build. ihg^s; possible, and-I believe they will : compare favorably with othftr schools in the province. ' ,i ; Growth of North Lethbridge � 'i;" "Some criticism has been, made In;.:: �the construction of the Galbraith:: School on the ground of its location?) ^ and also that so- large a-bulldiug was not necessary. With respect toVth*,:: � first objection,, while it may appear,;}': to the stranger or to anyone not-edn^ versant with the rapid growth of 'fhe.v;.: city that the location is nob, a^conv.e.p-i ient on-e, still it-is in linc with the^ city's; development, and it .will be;vij;; matter of only a .short time when , there will be residences about it on. every sid^e. when It. is stated that > � six rooms out^;of the eight-:wilt'-ba1 occupied very, soon, I think'it; clearly/ shows the necessity' of a school.' ,' � Tribute to Dr. Gafbraltfr fn considering  the name,? .of - tnpi; school, the Board was pleased to,re-.' The opening will tak�'plaCp in a Co.h-pie of weeks, Staff OfficetVTi'itner. of , Toronto, officiating. Their � successors j cognize the services of Dr. Galbravtn., are not vet announced.- A STARTLING S.tXtEMENT Saskatoon, Feb. Gs-Speaking at the meeting of agriculturalsocieties; ,Pi'of.' T. N. Willing charged that four thousand cars of weed seeds go;out in'tlie grain sent to the Lake ports in a �year. � � �'. ��.:�d'ltd'>:tn"p|Ss|s? fact that;,.. 8uoh>openinaJ':j!fwe$a^ip^?J� stones on ^-'-*xi�y;^to'-roa'a^'^|r^�jt progress-. .-He^aidK o�V'jt�n��tl6%^2P'^l5?|S! seen the awakening to the errorstof**1 k ' the �-.system go long: in! vogue,;"-.Jiaji'd- .-.V' their improvements' are now-flho^n- -in the development of the, kln'd>er^a.i,v''';;{ ten and manual training schoof.'StAs well as an evolution ;in the sysfe'trij ;�;'� an evolution occurs in the minds ,of the truetees as they serve.yeat-afters;c:1', year, and 'It la-; wiae,.'-theretoMp-tlyitv in mission,' shining {and spotlessly clean in every QO%er,l with a full set of dished and/glassware that would make ;the heart off, many a housewife envious, and in, this- 'room meals will be s�ryed the culinary art wiU'take-isbargBjJslas they .will pa oxp��t*ea lO'.'-do -in.-'a'Xow years Vhen-they .ir^-.H'Is'tWBes 'of 'their own ... ,. o rjiq first gun in Lethbridge': to hwve: been brought in at-a vaHiaf'HJ'aign-for 'new industries tion which made the.: duty $381 ;:|l�ssj .third Tridruing when tho c than it should have been. Mr.-Tur-.M- a.' R. Ross, "electrical aey- said he would protect the.( ant! wouid at once take itv the manufacturers, so that be - adjusted without;: delay: Contract >wardDd;;:':,^ . - Undustrial; site outsuie^me.ui^--------_____,-------- ........,..... The. contract for the naw -training. It is-just possible that Lethbridge its would pave the :iyta.p to greater in-, 'gas cou}d /;bo brought.;-.;to.i,.thei;, stable to be- erected' ;-at' the -Iflir- ' ......-------j..-.+,-ini. vtMrninr * ' ,:-'" -��>-in 4ii�.i.ln'i�.a.' grounds was awarded to Hans ,Mat- that tho Bulgarians .'.,r..^-, - , , night after, burning Roto,^'whew j Croplay -owl MacDonald the Ottoman troo|s ^t"el � ,W- i J. SangiJ^ in*. fe//"'"' -hi power, etc, ; ion tha^|MMJ||M%^4H^ -may be "establish- getting |#fjp^^W^W. s franchise, lated, and/an,. l�du>t|ial commission- 'onpa^o io>7 ^algarrTs contempi^ng such a.wnu& WyorSIa^e h�a^ .rw �. . . ^�a(AJESfc.4.-i.*At.:.t;.t. . .... ,................., .. * 1 *Ai,a^..>3Si�.tt&ikfiK$l*�.;. . *. ,. 'power house, and get thpiW^'Of .f^ftf .land .br-iorc he could. tel.^thb ^fjuiicilj I just what he could (lo;.'h�i.; ^ aS' l*UAH,^fVVA*l .l^iaj'*!-,- infq;''d;4Q'^rci^fe,qp 4 46 23?7 ;