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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MAYOR SPEAKS FOR THE CITY AT MEETING OF SEED GRAIN MEN not time io increase proficiency in the j actual doing. j Experiment 'stations provide x-1- 1-ast night at the quarterly met't- uig of the Official lioard of Weslof ChuHjh un invitation was extended of j to llov. "J, M. Harrison, the pastor. Splendid Gathering in Wesley Church Addressed by G. Hotton, W. H. Fairneid, Prof Aichison and W. F. Stevens G. M. Hatch Presided Trom Thursday's Daily.) data for the colleges to the students. He spoke of the vantage of the Canadian system the experimental return next .conference for a sec- i tions over the United States method ond year. Reference was made by jof supporting only one in a state as j tht> members to the excellent work methods vary in differont districts, j being done by their minister. Mr. stations are of very j Harrison accepted the invitation, great utility. Alberta has. a popuia-! subject to the approval of course of t tion equal to that of Montana and I'thy stationing committee- of the 0.1- I that state has had a 'college for fif- i forence, j years. He commended the The financial returns showed that Kation for an agricultural college in the past quarter was the best in the DR. H.M.TORY THE SPEAKER 'Alberta. BETTER TO BE SEPARATE Asked whether it were wise to an agricultural -college afliliat- It is; necessary to-havg with university Mr. Atkinson i Temperance form League c Afarch 4th and 5th. of Church of what couJ.l be done on j -well filled when G. M. Hatch called Alberta land. speaker followed -to order the public meeting-held the Jlne o] thought used by Mr. evening ia connection with the pro- j Hutton seed fay-. jperimental stations iu different showed" form Mayor Ht-nderson gave an address of the country to .study of welcome in which he spoke of thejal Of they pro-! Lilt' Jit gnat importance of the seed fair and j posed to experiment -hi both dry and T.l-'Tnri ii_ i more attention to ana spend oi the dependence 01 the city upon i irrigated f-irmiriir riifTfr ;u f taimuig tne diner- j more moncv on the department he the success oi the farming country j01t methods advanced ;u A ,_, 1 as a OJ- .siiiali dtgrtx? due to Alwidv' mnHo i _ made with Alter listening to a well rendered f pure seed, ne wel-; whlter wheat, .-especially- with regard !solo T. s. W. F. Stew turned all whether irom-north lhe quantily of lho sucd to J Edmonton> was called O11 j history of the church, the average receipts per Sunday being ;Kfv. J. M. Harrison and C. Match- At the First Canadian Club Luncheon in This City appointed .delegates to the Monti Re- (From Friday's Daily.) Fifty of the citizens of Lethbridge assembled at the first luncheon given by'iJje Canadian club at noon today jment. lie doubted the good of j women in asking for votes and pic- Dr. Guy L. Keifer medical health j tured the dismal results should they officer of Detroit, in addressing the-gain the privilege. Housekeeping du- Windsor Literary and Scientific So-'tias not pci.rormed as they had eiety recently strongly condemned te, n because of fc the use of roller towels for the pu-jwon. Governments of men had Jeg- pils of the public schools. The tow-1 foj. hoth women els were a menace to the health of'SUITeml in warf Hon j Oib the children since, they carried dis- bon the strotlKm ease, bpeaking of use of the drinking Of cups used in some schools, he said: ,the ,_j "I also want to say that the drink- of ing cup used in some schools is pii-' source of danger. Germs are spread to an alarming extent-by this means, and it would be much better for all children ii the new stvlr- dfbate in his support of ?n havp the same respon. omen in the Ko without representation ia a f ir.dhinental principle of government 'but at nn.'sent-a naturalized laundryman has a right that a. wo- drinking fountain were put. into gen- eral use. It is also a bad custom for a child to use pencils and books other children have handlc-d. Calgary, I ir> hear the address of Dr. Tory, pres- ideni of the University of Alberta, jThis Plan is adopted in some schools iKev..'J. S. Chivers, vice president, for the sake of economy, but it proves THE OF THE TROPHY j occupied the chair and introduced dear for some parents, for there speaker of the occasion to the as-1is no that many es they won. He was gra have here Prof. Atkinson of Montana J. G. Vosburgh, the Granum farm-f seinbly.. er who won the "Farm Crops" tro-i Dr. Tory expressed his pleasure in phy and many other prizes at the meeting the citizens of Lethbridge at Provincial Seed Fair, is a real fanner, j their first Canadian Club luncheon, Ho was raised on a fruit farm at [and mentioned that it was "a source to 'culture, of alfalfa, clover, and" grasses ttbn Ont. Ten years ago he came of pleasure and hope for him to meet dry land -will receive careful at- he' thp_ northftrn nnrl and settled where he now j wherever he went so many men who tracts disease from it." to who nad come, over see the coun- tuition. It is the duty of the try -to which so raanv of his coraoa-! i he came from the northern part of 'to which so many of his corapa- j imyhtal farm triots had come. farmer who is' imable to make: these G. H, Hutton, superintendent of j experiments and province. At Edmonton they keep ahead of the considered that they were in the cen- i tre of Alberta. lie was proud of I two miles south of Granum, on the I were still young men. to Macleod. A-fr. is an all-round farm- not a model farm. the Dominion Experimental Farm at! Often a failure is of more value than .Lacoinbe, as one from Northern SUCCCS8 in thcir felt gratified at the welcome Oll the irriffatod laild it is the {ll. extended by the Mayor. .Although the j tention to grow the forage The north did not win. many prices this year, there would be strong compe- tition in succeeding years. er a's he is not only a very successful as Fair, but at the he is The speaker then proceeded to dve a most interesting and eloquent ad- dress on the work of a university. He was followed by the closest' attention and at its conclusion every one agreed NO VOTES FOR jthat it offered special-advantages to i breoder' of thoroughbred 'cattle, and with-the chairman when he said that vrater" measures of -farmin -demonstrate what is live Stock. In his. Uve gtock generally. inion there was no complete system' of He has some I ustxi to WUCLL is raisintr ithe proper duty of water, which will.have to be He spoke of the work they hoped lhe wbrk of kind carried to do in Central Alberta TFhSch at that didn't include stock- In time 'stock raising will iii" Alberta as devotes considerable attention to fruits. At the agricultural fairs'in was found present is noted for its live stock. Since last March when they got con- trol of the land, they bad made ma- ny experiments with cereals, using varieities of wheat, oats and 'barley. They will experiment with (OU t" A. Ely at this .June solo in capital style. A MONTANA PROFESSOR Professor A. Atkinson of the 3 his vicinity a large and success- in other parts fui: exhibitor in .nearly every class. Alberta was given provincial auton- omy, in Canada and is very important !Of Canada-and .in the United States.; He is a farmer of-the'class that Mr. was rendered a'his subject "How the Fanner jean improve his He referred more- particularly; the financial aspect, as! making Alberta famous the over. PAWSON WON THE PRIZE Agricultural Collegem gave an'in his'opinion, advancement in cul- winter wheat as they believed it can anfi address on should ln Judging successfully groxn up north. i.x-' (ltliarial This was a The Fair ture, a follow. Advancement, he said, de-j which lie was much pends on the farmers themselves. Oth; interested ant! to which he had given crs help iust so far a.s it is 'in their be successfully groT.-n up north. Ex- perimenting with roots and alfalfa will bft carried on also. The grow- of alfalfa :yid red clover -will be of irreat economic importaince in the way of restoring keeping .fertility''of the soil. They will 'en- '-deavor to demonstrate the best xvays: sludicd and kindred' farmer to raise fruits and shrubs, which are Some men can tell good grain when He -f Aims ihould see Others can .raise it; infor_ W. H. Pawson, of Coaldale, evidently of educationalists Hi the 'differ-'mation such 'as could he derived from can do both- .On Wednesday he took tion was that they could have a pro- vincial university, but that now they had another in knowing that Dr. Tory first president. Dr. Tory in answering the question world as to what a university is, after dis- I cussing various definitions stated that is an institution for the education of men endowed by the state with I the power of conferring degrees. It represents the highest learning in the j While nations are jealous of each other and guard their secrets, the uni versities give international fellow- f are engaged in educating men and in research and investiga- j tion the results of which are given to r _j. -iT 1 -r. j. I'l WUii LilC ICSLUL3 Ul VV1UUU cliC UiVCii The The traemiverfity man who does .sciences.'- loiter the educated man er things being acting- in the Jhese are all -Ui7oul Then men most successful practical questions as they will great ractg about ly assist in keeping the young people and rockg t] in sympathv with farm irork. How knowing- and tms stieiHiuc education jng- a fair price. If a farmer .suc- was a ffrewt step in advance. Notr ceeds financially he should use this this equal be man. But im- plants, animals, does not -wholly de- ire matter of pend on good crops but also on gett- will, oth yesterday-he was at the head of the I does not seek to benefit himself aione ...seed judging competition by a very j "uu acciv ,w .lhL comfortable margin. .Eleven candi-! A .provincial ismy must not be provincial dates entered ino the contest, which to make farm homes attractive is one of the important problems for the ex- perimental station to solve. To aid in the development of ling purposes and of oats for seed! purposes. Five samples of each were! be provincial but feel allied to good men everywhere. In popular universities considered sreat in three wavs. First endeavor iu addition to this to profit hy past expedience and this'it in l.he working out -t province, effort; should be to aicquire knowledge and culture. given to classify in order. Consider- i by the number of students, which is everyday problems: made to system in farming. Whea -vst, the oats' of Lethbridge won first praze and those of Peace Hiver Cross seven hundred miles a way. ond prize, and the country all be- tween wins prizes. Alberta must havp apply The time and money spent in carous- illff would buy n lilTrni-y and n.C-' This led to a quire an ''education. 'If the farmer industrial education which does not possess the same advantag- more particularly es os to aiivanco it is the re- along the lines of agricultural eiigin- suit of ignorance, sec- and douiestii: science. He spoke of rapid advance marie in this direction during the last 'ten a great agricultural future before it. ,n his opinion ,Kmiestearfin8. htrd a It is an honor we have to be among those who are developing this great j-essj0n country was the substance of Mr. To better thcir condition the farm- 'J crs should feel that they have a grievance that -should be removed able interest was shown in the con-! test as the hall was filled with spec tators. The prize winners J. W. H. Pawson, Coaldale. 2. G. T. Wride, Raymond. 3. E. Tovell, Claresholrn. 4. J. Homer, Hacleod. 5. A. Jones, Lethbridge. The others in order were i ridiculous; second because "of wealth, which is'no-claim to greatness; third, i bccsusG Oi ViC course oi it is impossible to have a course of study I that belongs to any oixe university. The only fair judgment of a universi-j Mock Parliament Debates the Question and Votes Nay man in business has not. Woaifii the equals in iiik-lHgence and are a.s high as man in all but Cli- tics. ;nivl as for being fanatic's the men of Mid-Devon had proven s rives worse than the women of Lon- of the nations to accept, i O. Austin the bill on the that it was not best "for -vo- men or the country at large tn take J woman froiu her own peculiar spiere :even a.s it would not do to place ma'n !n woman's place us IIP xvas totally, He blamed the class Unctions among women as the ten- dency to think that, to be equal with men, women must enter man's sphere: They were higher than men in their own great work which they would hinder by entering political life. The leader of the opposition, Dr. Courtice. gave his support chiefly on j account of the liquor traffic reform, i VVomrn could do more with' the foal- J lot because they were not, identified jwith the parties and went to church j more than to the saloon. The Pre- 'mier very carefully gave the women (From Friday's Daily.) Women have no right to vote or' to understand that It would.be well to hold office was the decision of to grant the franchise wi-thotit. coxa- the Mock Parliament last night alter miwinf himFelf or his one of the best debates of the ses- aa action. The vote being taken. the hill was defeated by two votes, sioh. The speeches -generally were the members voting regardless of pnr well prepared and delivered -with ty lines. SACK WESTERN; HORSE force. v i Just before the opening of the i House a deputation of ladies from' _ the Women's ChrisUan Temperance Against the Arabian in an -Endurance Union introduced by Hon. Mr. Cope to the premier and his col-. ____ leagues who -were holding e cabinet: Edmonton Feb. 21. If- '.he plans meeting. The speakers, Mrs. A. E. Humphries and Hrs.'.'A-. B.. Pipes pre- sented a petition asking that in the now in preparation are carried to" completion there is in -tore for the matter of the franchise and the pow- of Western Canada, and'in- er to hold public office, women deed of the whole continent, an'es- sliould be given equal rights with hibition of endurance between -vrest- meii. As .'Mrs.' Humphries the ern and Arabian, horseflesh that will yetitipii she unrolled several yards of attract the attention of all lovers of signatures -which greatly impressed the equine race. The competitors Trill the fi-oyernmotifc -In he" address be the well-known western stock horse, which was :cleverly -and eloquently horse Shamrockv owned by Fred T. given and, pregnant tfit'll telling 'ar- Cromwell, and an Arabian race horse, do not prize what'.they pet easily, a failure at .othec lines of work might secure a'homestead and young men of enterprise were not attracted. Thc speaker thought it a good idea to establish i.-xporinn-ntal stations. pcrinwndent of the Experimental Industrial edm-atum goes a. step fur-; hy anecriou, rtnd direct advicc warn. Farm at Lethbridge, Mr. Hatch thc-r than scientific education. Agri- poke of him as one who hac! bv liis i.cach the "why" i Hutton "s eloquent peroration. G. E. Fleming in his usual finished -style, sang- ''A Son of the Desert." W. H. FAIRFHvLD SPEAKS TH introducing H. Fairfield. su- G. E. W. C. Pol- Second, determine on a well thought and, Hy. Holmes, J. C. Thompson out. dear cut line of action which J, A.Hred. is five from >adicalisni a.s a, remedy, j prbf_ Atkinson was the'judge in And third, frame a proposition that' and W. C. McKillican will get, tho support'of the people as______ __________ a whole. pres-nl.ed results tire 7f this is followed and is! froju all partyism Stephens, CARDSTON, MACLEOD AND GARY DELEGATES RE RAILROAD i ty. is by the ri-sults of its work. Ox- ford and Cambridge are great because they have educated the rulers of the j empire in i'very sphore.' If Alberta university turns out good men of strong mental and moral fibre, it can become great. Tn olden days the universities were ational-universities have "not- the old spirit. The other class was of the CAL- political type. Both have passed away and the "human" university whose-object is to meet the needs oi own farm south of the city provided farming. They give -the power to of Lethbridg-e's prides and a clem figure out the "how." They 1 ed against looking at reform in any lino through party glasses. A solo by Mr. .Fleming, followed to i he Hera-cr.} Cardston. Feb. Mark returned from his trip tawa today. He reports very favor-! humanity exists In all ages university study has been more or less practical j and the speaker instanced astrono- my, trigonometry Prac- he various FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal MILK RIVER IRRIGATION Montana Farmers Going to view Government i Chinook, Montana. Feb. spe- j cisl meeting of the United Milk Ri- irrigation society liold hore was 'largely attended. President Kewman ;ed the jissemblagi? and sup- ably as to the attitude of the West- ern members toward this long-suffer- ing corner of Alberta on transports lnter. I tion matters. Interviews were had: with the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Oliver and also with Canada's great premier, Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Owing to the illness of the Minister of Rail- ways that gentleman could not be seen but from the assurances bv his coleagues in the cabinet, as hjeet8 into the comses of [n the past few years', his own uni- had been criticized vorkshops to teach I men to work. In Alberta thev wil trr to estab- Humphries, stated the property of "the New York AraliLia that women did not ask for the fran Horse Stock company, chise as their right or to oppose men Mr. Cromwell yesterday returned hut because .they deemed it their du- to the city from a visit to New York, ty to vote and they needed the bal- where he has been since early in De- lot, to do for the.world, cember. To a Pulletin reporter he She .combattwl the statements that told .the sto-y of how the race Tvas they could not understand politics arranged. and were too good to errter into pol- "f was at Metropolitan ittcal life and that they would have Iie said' and question of the su- to neglect their homes to exercise periority of western horseflesh I contended that the western stock horse was the best in the world while there were others who championed the Arabian horse for endurance. The result was that I arranged to -match the franchise. The fruits of suffrage was the sub- representation by She jcct of an able Mrs. A. 11. Pipes.- securing- of the franchise in -whole or in parts of the different countries, states, and provinces and blamed its dc-'feat in Knglancl on the treachery of the my horse Shamrock against one from the Arabian .farm for a side bet of The course was set down from San ie L-abor-members who had pledg A -IT- i_- i Francisco to Washington, D.C., and en "flirk "Kill in T-! i ryirtnt ed to support the bill in Parliament. Tho results in other places wore giv- en to prove that the disagreeable re- sults feared never materialized. .Premier W. H. McLelland assured lish a "human" institution that may the deputation of the pleasure of the meet all the needs of the people. The government in receiving the deputa- literary culture will not be neglected, j tion and hearing thoir case so well Scientific rese< If the money the time for the start the latter part of April or early in May. The bet left open until Mr. Cromwell re- turned to Edmonton and found how his horse was. Scientific reseorch will be prosecuted, j presented. The serious consideration rven TJr ii. benefit derived by the j 'the government would be given to Sf-nt to well as the attitude of all the West- the world in one year by scientific search could be available for crestfd that a dolfjration Washington to urge the commence-1ern raembers. tluj I scientific institutions, it would en- men t of the'proposed Dodson dam j delefatlon ,from Macleod dow them richly forever. Direct prac- a las in that way somrt.mntr for th-5 bfin-. i v, ij' u mission to the Dominion capital. j efit of the ssttlers could be accom-1 plished. Mr. Sands moved that the j dele.cwtinn be instructed first to in-j YORK LOAN POOR PAY tin-view the secretary of state and se- cure from him full information as to j the complications with Canada as to j ithe headwaters oi Milk River; second j (to see the secretary of 1he interior! re- i '-he question. the i Thc House, immediately assembled and the galleries arid visitors' quar- ters worn lillefl, women in the raajor- Marriage of Catholics By Pro- testant Not To Be tical teaching is given to promote ity. to hoar agriculture and industry. To do this the private university was instituted because the ecclesiastical university did not have means to provide the Davidson, in the debate. Hon. moving- that the R. Bill be its second reading appealed for the rights of women on the ground of natural justice which is Shareholders not Likely to Gst More laboratories for Than 30 Cents these came the research. Following! tin; basis of liberty. The govern- state university to i vn-.-nt of the people should be for Toronto, Feb. shareholders provide a strong central institution for all classes. Canada is behind in are Weekly Free Press aridPra Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal e Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE and urge that the work on the Milk of the York loan and savings I state Toronto and Man- dollar I river project would be continued, and j compariy are not to get more thirdly, to interview members twenty.five or thirty cents on urge upon congress that it pass an appropriation for the purnose of buy- i ing the waters used by the Indians j on the- reservations and return tho j said waters to the white settlors, the itoba being the only ones, Alberta i and .Saskatchewan (-ach establishing i one of these also. i Albfrta has opportunity to hold people hy the people which could not be when half the people were not en- franchised. The advancement, of wo- -BISHOP'S ORDER original appropriators. AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS CLASSES THE SPECIAL INCREASE C. N. R. CAPITAL The Western Canadian reading public, is made up chiefly of these class- es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and are out-and-out Westerners, "nd recent arrivals from the OM Country, frona the United States and Canada. Perhaps no ouc newspaper could cater with complete sfitrtsfaetJOR to all thes-e classes but by this combination offer every special need ia met. ri by vneck.of happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and British settlors. The Fam- iiy Herald and Weekly Star supplic-sthe former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the Eastern port-ion of the Domin-ion in n.ti'i trie eannot do without, .......................................190 LETKBPJJX3E TTEHA LD: Find enclosed 52.50, for which send mo "flfackly PifJC Pi-ess and Prairie Fanner. Winnipfior; Family Herald and AVcckly Star, -ifontrcal; and llcrald, for one year each. Ottawa, Feb. railway com- mittee in the of this morning autliorizon an of C. N. R. -capital by Committee also authorized extension of the system from Edmonton to the Pacific fttid of brandies' in tho North-West pro- vinces ns well fis in Ontario nncl One bee. a unique position in the Canadian 1 university world, if we cnrn forget all religious bigotry or bitterness and Mixed Marriages Must Be Performed, unite on an organization after the Within Church or They Will j manner of the. great American uni- Not "Be Recognized versities. The university does not I belong to any group of men. It he- Hamilton, Ont., Feb. is an- j loTlgs to lhe pcopie anc] should be j notmced that after Bishop Dow-1 where it can serve all people, j Cnmmons, ling will issue an order that all mix- j jt is not in Northern Alberta, nor in j ed marriages must be performed by j any part o{ Alberta, but is in Alberta, j Roman Catholic clergymen otherwise! men in political pare with that i: Awns property, lincs should i other lines. They oay taxes, and add Winnipeg, Feb. circular let- ter from his grace Archibishop Lange- vin on the subject of mixed manages will be read in the Roman Catholic churches of the archdiocese next Sun- day. The circular will declare in sub- stance that in future the marriage of two Catholics by a- Protestant minis- ter in this archdiocese will not be re- cognized as valid. No change will be made for the present with regard to the regula- tions governing the marriage of :i Catholic to a Protestant. This letter follows the latest in- structions to the church authorities of Canada from the Vatican. So far as this question is.concerned the po- attained high positions in every oth- sjtion throughout 'Western Canada is er walk of life, and women like Queen somewhat different from what.it is in Victoria had demonstrated that they the eastern part of the Dominion, could be statoswomen as well. Wherever the dioceses of council of to welfare of the country, and hence were equally interested with men. The hon. member's maiden speech was received with hear- ty applause from both sides. Hon. Cope in seconding the motion dealt chiefiv with the fact that women had T in a hljmoroiis He is making a tour of the province, SMpech they will not be recognized by the to see if there is a possibility of start-! nromulcated church.. the opposed marriage of two Catholics by any per- C'rippe is sweeping thfe country.; S-tOf) if xvith Prcvcnt.irs. it deeply seated. To check early, colds vvith these little Candy Cold: Cure Tablets is surely sensible nml snfe. Prevyjntios contain no quitiinc, no laxative, nothing harsh or sicken inp. Pnttumonin would never appear if'early-colds wfrc promptly broken.! pood for feverish ohUdrt-n. Large i 4S rents. Vrtst pock-' fft boxes .5 cnnts. Sold hv all deal- IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER AND GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY xWATERPROOF POMMEL SLICKERS This trade mark the word TOWER on thc buttons distin- guish this high (grade slkker from the "Just as good" ing classes next fall, and is surprised t.o find so mn.ny ready to enter. Al- berta cannot afford to allow to have one generation of its young men and women go without having the univer- sity education. (Applause.) LIDS ON THE CLUBS Pitifbvrp. Pa.. Feb. eve'-pti'-n th" polie.'-1 hnv- orderd al1 clubs in greater Pitsburg closed at midnight in the future. When club houses are used as hotels guests will be allowed to enter and leave when they choose btit the selling of liquor will not permitted after that hour. The order the re.sult of mnny eom- pi'.iinitf from parents nvxl wives. irpuinff that the plavc of gon Other tlian priest is not valid un- woman was in the home and took a church law. Owing, however, to crack at thc of tho English the peculiar conditions which pre- suffra.cists. T. Taylor (C. York) in vaijec] ,n this section of the country n Inirirjil und well sneech. mamtained that women had proved tjcs not think it wise to be too the.ir equality with men in spite of strict lest laws might be weakened by the. of men to kee.p them down being disregarded. Consequently If Christ, treated women as the cq- marriages have always been nc- law did. The sa.ne arguments that Quebec, on the other hand, no such would keen women out of political recognition has ever been accorded. life should keep them out of all pub- lie life. Jleforms especially in the. Hamilton. Feb. an- f'rink -traffic, would advance much nouncement that Bishop Bowling Trill more quickly if women were in pol- isue a decree after Lent forbidding itics. mixed marriages, unless performed The speech of Hon. David Kins by priests of Roman Catholic church, wa.s interspersed with many bursts is denied by Beacon Mahoney. vho of wit :y.nd eloquence that wrought states the bishop has no power to is- the house up to n pitch of excite- sue such arr order. ;