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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAOE FOUH THE LKTrnwimu-; DAILY HKKALD TM1HSOAY, KKHHUAHY 27, 1V19 tlbe letbbribge Hlbccta DAH-Y AND WEEKLY I tional process ot dissection will be jiouGd to bo merely empty and fclgH [Bounding so far as the ultimate eooa at ii concerned. Now more than ever, it u> uerossary lhai they should It1 perfectly understood aud xsbew they lead to thoroughly reused, la ihia education, will preally count, jad will bring-nearer tho Jay than Proprietors and THBRIDGE tyERALD PRINT- i rash action and bolil language BEGDALOF1 ING COMPANY; LIMITED 123 6th Street South, W. A. Buchanan Fresiueul acd MausgiDS Director John Torraoce Business Mauagar f Another speaker at the convention j s as Robert International board U Urged in Letter From U. Conven- TELEPHONES Office Office Liciriber. Ills advice to tbe mmers ia ('auui and the operator? cs worth cjuot- ing. He said. "I to be quit? Irauk you. If you decide you not going to make a contract, all i well acd good, but if you aro then give that that ihe contrail to be i IN ALBERTA W-mbtr Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Sates; TECHNICAL EDUCATION IMlly, rtclivcrsffi per Da'ty, rtr y.tar Daily, by mail, per is nil, jter tn-U. par year to U.S..42.M bt expiry cT subscriptions ap- 6Lr dally on address label- Accept- nee or after espira'.LOU :s nr authority to continue tho sub- Airtoug tbe signs and results cf las .-war economic revolution is to lK" hailed with welcome the import- dace whiei is given io the de- of tecbn-cal education la tliis schetne.of practical Instruction as extinguished (rom the theory of edu- i-uifsa the province ot Alberta has set gre.u store as voiced by Premier Sievr- in ihe session now held in Edmon- ton. The Premier of Alberta Is a man ot SPEAKS WELL FOR MIXED FARMING -1 The testimony Jivc-n by >jr. j before Sir li-ayton. a: [be sit-j ,jis ,yord am, juCnAers ot tha ieg. tins oC the Railway Com IHLM ion hero, j ttho Cropped the various am- sn regard (o the speclzl jndttf'.iy. of j ea3raeiltB actcd wj6ely aai] a ate creameries at rcs ilium- j confidence Justin? ai to the possibilities of mixed in cot fanning in the district. U must have 'been refreshing to ihe OATS of Dr. HutLerford. the evangelist mixed ]iaid a v.Tl! merited tribute when He picture shouU be hung I in a very rural scbool. JelKfc Dialed that tlie Chlet the creamery hai3 "seiween thern, to tbe end of Do- i-eiuher fhippc-d crer of baiter." Mach ot the prcwluce had Premier to stam- pede him or to force his band, but to leave the matter of the Institution and development of technical education to be worked out wisely ly in the I'ght ot an obllgntioa to all classes o! citizens on a suitable per- manent and not. a temporary basis. The leader of the government showed a TviEe discretion in not being "willmg to iccidentally tie larmere had netted good money in the feJe OL cream purchased by thecreani- :V-ries. 7 he are prac- lically ID their infancy and what they have done is only a small earnest of iivhat they Trill able to, proTified the carry the gospel, of Iflised farmicg, and railway com- iJaor fornJaheS the-, Tery -aeoesary transportaifpa faDHities. Among tie weighty evidence giveu the commisaion (or tetter' trait serrlcB, the case ot tfce tvCarilston creameries _ shonli hold a place. In-refffrring to the wa must' compliment Jel- .en his iroaderial and tenacious lor He'iaVe the ont- pat month fcy month, elicited to be i into a scheme coa- s its Siirportauce requires time and foresisht to establish it on a which would mefcn the greatest good to thp greatest number. The metier of technical education is not .one entirely of expediency tut ot paranfeunt to meet the obligations of all time, EO that tie useful part oi eflueatioh should not be placed 'on shouM out- welgh -what may 'be termed the orna- mental side ot it. Both have their uaes In the scheme of education nut -wiQi tfichnicai education the erwt- er Should have the right o[ uray OTCP the less. The development ot racal education on a sound and long delayed; and thai the province ot Ulberta has tha responsibility in the iall stnee of its prefect and ultimate uses ,we caict that necessary tion Closes (Special lo The Herald) CAUSARY." Feb. a con- vention lasting nine d5ys. ifie mem- bers of District IS >Hne Work- ers ol America broke up yesterday a whirlwind of to agaiit iu Calgary in The miners have placed themselves on record as lo their stand on uiauy im- questions, in -addition to thi) matters that are wnrerned vrith their own business. I-utter the guidtug ol David Trvin and Thomas the contention all tbe way hrough was remarkatlc for the way which the miners transacted their ujtness, and no unnecessary time as lost. One of the smaller resolu- ons passed yesterday Tifternoon is orthy of mention, considering the eneral attitude the took the press. The resolution in iiestloa tendered the thands'of iho onvention to the press for publicity and for the unprecedented ioi- artiah'ty in this respect. Oppose Oriental Lafror i The discussion on OiEental labor was oatlnued with vigor at the opening t the afternoon session, though it id not last long, OrgauUer moved that "we on record as being i favor of equal pay-far equal ithout regard to or cafionality." his motion was then rigorously de- ated by" delegates Basselti. Wheat ley nd Crothers, vben It moved by rganliar Irvine "that this convention oes oa record as emphatically, pposed to the Introduction of Oriental abor Into Ihe'mine, or tUelr entry nto the This -was put to le meeting and unanimously carried. Following some further discussion elating to topic, -it was moved y Davia Irvine the district ex- cutive board aad '..policy committee e in their xiwer to .Orientals Irom working in. the -mines." This ,was carried. With the business of Orientals nally disposed of, a" number of resr> ullous were then put through In quick accession. to Soviet They dealt with the sending of reetings to the workers of "England, o Soviet of that repre- -entaUyes be1 sent to Ue: conventions f the U. T, A. or any Bother canyon! ion lorn of and 'financial Heory. pra; do iou.Biapagp ADVICE WHICH -SHOULD JBE HEEDED International rep- Mine Wcrk- e-rs America, -who is announced to "Bpeafc at the j'prunr oa Sunday, ;gare minprs in "convonlion in Cal- rgary tome sound a.dyice ia regard to :the proposal for.-calling a general iKtrlie: pot ths case reasonably locally -niien he said that what' ,'the miners are up cgainst. now Is a or bloody revolution." Jn the flatter, he showed-how badly the min- crs come otf and mentioned J? ctiuoaiiOti thai ran pre- a bloody revolution, JiUthe1 mining element there riumbDr vi hotheude, -who are only too wave the red 'Hag at the slightest provocation. It these jiarticulqrly that the j word's of ihe'International represanta- were directed. This 'Guard -is more or less in eTldelice in all labor Organizations, but be folly to .and, judge the who'e from tho iuil Tociftrous part. In ..the ranfcs of the miners, juet as in the" 'ranks of otfrer labor wganiiatterns, nre Albany sans mtii, national in tfaeir :-point; arid only loo anilous to advance jlhe ciaims ol laltor in a national man Ib they are disilnct from ihe stormy pelrels who. a re''only tno "unsiDua to.scont and make trouble. It 'U to the hien o? advance-1 ideaf f but tr-ne In ihtf method oi their enforce- that the cau.-e ol Itljor Bj Vi and "vln c'n con Jabor lo materialize slstance to pJace this branch of educa- tion in the forefront in the modern scheme-ol training the young and for affording facings for those of mature Hanging may cot be pleasant experience, but it Is one ot the effective waye the population that laws ol Canada are riot to be considered light- y- Leave it lo experienced tarmera O.. T. and John T. Heiinger .o pay Whether irrigation -would'be a thing tor Southern Alberta. They have spoken their minds on the sub- ject, and their lead li a food one to follow. McKenzie'6 ruyltaUoa to In Unionist -LiberaJs to return to th lhe Tine he ia Ivdlne this session would carry rcore wMght fie to gJye some reason 'Trtiy present BOTernment rficali be dlsnirt ed during the iime when if Is irlth all its abiJIty wjth'the problems Canada tlay. How woitH their thi present government art 1his Jn the solution of those Twenty to thirty millions h spcr.t by the Dominion governraenl I confilrncllon 1a Canada dur Ing iho next Thftt fa on rDo-'ron tn6 heslir "taemselVea lo bold a rousing convcnl'nri ot lhe Alberta. Motor I> here this year XVtth (he aulon bile and fhe motor (tuck cutting dfi- A1CKED UP IN .SS1NG FOH THE BUSY MAS Had fingers Torn There is a surplus of fish throughout Campaign is Or- ganized the Dominica. Canada's lire last year J33.S50.000 iu Keb. Iledd oti hsd a very fli1- cldmc when roping a enlf. I Us tblnl and fourth fingers were n'lth the ,ropo against a jost and -JerkeJ froai their sockets, llio tlilrJ Hueer ,he war- from the second joint, and ilio lourtu _ from the ihlnl joint. Dr. Orecnvray dressed iiand. Lyman Bui to tho bfiskotbaU game last night ?nd eeemed just us enthusiastic although he vras nol pluying. It will bo only a lew weeks until be wiH in the game again" H is reported that another o( our basketball >'4iil Kisber, has (o Claresholm to gei marrieJ. Jioye althocsh marricii he will fommu? to. I'lay bjsketbaJi. Mrs. Henry Holmes is visHins iu lhe Taber and Uarawcll districts. The 1st Ward primary officer gave A banquet i to the Stake officers on Thursday nlgbt in the meeting house. Primary games of all sorts and a sumptuous re-jvisl were itiduIgeU iti. A x'erj" enjoyable (1610 hail. iMrs. K. Ii I'axnmn heard from her Hay. Toronto axil York county patriotic fuud committee colLected over the conrenlion er was read from Presldent-Farring- on of-District 12, Springfield, 7 International board member Levitt, which dealt with the mining ccndit- ons as they exist.In America today. The following excerpt ii-of parlicalar nterest, inasmuch said that he discussions of the policy .com- mittee, meeting -at Indianapolis in March, wilt be based upon it.- Goaf >Kr. Day "Our goal should be a six-hour day, Te days per week, for aii the miners n the United States with-no double lull work on the coal allowed, except as necessity may ment for Increased tonnage should not be considered a necessity. Kyery atom of strength cf the 3lme Workers of be employ- ed to accomplish that end and then should strive to hare the govern- ment prevent the opening of new op- erations except as new operations may je needed to supply the demand for coal. If this, was done every mine worker will have a chance to earn decent living and the matter equalizing and adjusting wages w te easy of accomplishment and wnti! ;his is done employment and con sequent want and suffering will ever present among the mine workers of the United Stales." ion. Androw, ivho, has l "bur years, on January. '2S- !n the etter Sergt. Faxmnn stated that he irould be home tima in March, t has been nine years Se-rgt. ixnian ly.'t Kayniond. Thrift Csmpalgn Sergt. of organizer the Thrift and .War Saving Stamp ror southern Alberta, was n taiyn yesterday-and organized this istrfct to carry on the campaign. Of- were appointed, as follows: "resiiieut, Mayor i'acfe: secretary, .T. O'Brien. The executive committee 3 made up the president and sec- also rJIe5srs. D. M- Powe-lEOn, W. Evans and' H." S. Alien. The me-aibers OL the publicity cominiUea are H. S. Allen, X. J. D. .Fred Tauiashuro. The members are "V. Evqnsi Devoe and T. C. loraney. The drive con- sists of.D. M. Costley, Geo. E. Court, J. G. AUrKt. Rer. Mat- .ewson nnd J. W. The purpose born In July the ptrftiit- Is enritled to etnption of on 'the infant's parcel post The amfi was landed io Halifax, Hon. G. A. Grlerton laid a teturn m the laWe In iie Manitoba hbitse re- fctiog to aitotmU wliicii hid been paid TO tbe new hQildlnis. Ar- chitect F, StaOB'vfll uUlmafely have obtained in owr De- tailed InlommUon by the minislerVBhoV. nearly un. teen expended tte buildings theft comneacmevi, The of ___ _ ___ speaking at tbe Britiih- Colombia' sons, H, ;was' stated by the prcsiUcnt :burch meetlac In Lgndoa, Mid that' Mtlsh Colombia already fcecom- account- -K the''cfilfd teflrrn' in Oc- tober th'e tajcpeyjag only eretnptioA.'1- The 1918 In thS M Strttfsh Coluro- bla Trie1 jiOOjOW.QOO, and employmeiit stt a pivotal part of Empire.. .It mfebt be, he said, that CO years the whole balaaca p[ and the centre ot partly irould hare gone h was decMed at the meet- of the Association ot British Columbia, Itamsay, at Uie annual meetlngT..Thjs includetl nil classes of Industry. Efncral. togeOier with agrlcuUnre Vind sMp- hniiding. 'Sir. Kanisay re-elected presWent. I Don't Lose Time the Sprinjg; -Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. We have a large stock on hand. Letbbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd Blanking VOUR banking requirements may be. entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful .arid' efficient service win1 be' rendered Our facilities are entirely at your.. >r j disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE some acquainted with1 the I'lckett fam- ily and 1 positively 'know what pencd. "I am thfi man-who took Krpil anrl John PlcXetl to Seven Pfcraons, ''The Orion Board of Trade liEroJ two cars to taV.e the Pickelt boys mid John Fa lion and his wile is a sister of the boys) to Seven Persons. Tbty were not left In the statlon.wnit- IHK room alone were -left al Cirri- hotel before BUprtir lima in very good "They wcnt'hotne with Pack; Cardslon, E. J. Wood, and Mifcraih', J. A. Klrle. ARfilVES AT VLADIVOSTOK .Eldon B. Keith, Brockton, Mass., vice president ot (lie George K. Keith Shoe company, died at TxmrtoTi. Mr. Kelt went some months ago i memher of Iho special American trad commfasfon. Atlriccs received irofti Alaska stater lliat Stoker Storhcrs6n and a party ot five explorers, wfco boarded n-noatloi: ice pack In the PoJfr Basin Jart Way I In an effort to float tho North 1.F.THBJUDGE BKAHCH WARMER BRANCH MILK RIVEK BRANCH _ J.V. STEEL, W. K, Canadian Press jl'olo had "tended N'or, 1. Correspondent.) VLAiJiVOSTOK, Keh.' stesrncr Monteagfc arrircd '.hero yesterday nficr a passage. yesterday BAD FtRE- Feb. A rhlcb broVie out In' 'Ihn 'residential Kalis, Clue., thlj ft out of February and (hoy I savr liolh f.illicr and niljiit they tarae bonce." min HardwiVcj tafonlsfno Jewelry, thV.pTiMiwJ 'f'.roVHIoB jUic Stalion 'rtfHl. .John 1'onlerny, Iho Inventor nt uccnsiful Imllef, WAS omrditicil for trial in Iwndon gt continuance o! tils on a rarj and stores M wining to HID. American The I'resbjtwj of Ixinnrk anil TUa- has nomlnafed Her, fl. Scott, o[ St. rliur. I'frlli, OH inotteralor of gtntral, AswfaWy of the 'laTi cn'urch In Canaita. Carbine I isaued Vx FARMERS' BUSINESS For the put 64 tha Bwk hat given pftrticulir attention to thi h of Farmers, IUTS Mfti many ortf the placen, and hart aided many more to hifhert puna of We are prepmd ia at any thna and Viir jwor YOM 1 MRCHANTS DMIK OF LElriltlDGI ilANCH, MoNAftCH MUNCH, NOiUEPOKD MANCH, H. J. DTNNIMC, V, A, MERLr, M, A. ULTATUCX, ;