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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FWfHY, JANUARY 10, 1910 Till'. LKT1IBRIDGK DAILY 11KUAU) PAGE SEVEN E. Leslie Pidgeon Tells of the Big New Educative Movement In the cltv ot Wfanlpej next tomber will bo held one ol tlio most conventions ot the year delegates from all parte ot Can- uda Mill gather at a national conveu- lion to cousWcr primary education In clilteusliip. At a luncheon attended by about 125 educationalists, clergymen, business- men and others Interested at the Y.M. ('.A. auditorium et noon arty (a endeavoring to use (he con- >ret3ce to educate the children of; Canada to any particular Idea. -It is I beltered it will lake for this work. Winnipeg has already raised! and in every city Mr. Pigeon- is getting most encouraging support, so that there Tvae not (he slightest leartfcat the conference -would have to to abandoned on account "li one ot (he most stgnilleant movements that has taken place in Canada in a decade, and we ara hopeful ot prac-. tical the speaker.! At the conclusion of Ills address n; veto of thanks was moved by Hcv, Canon McMHlen and eeconded by Hev.; Buchanan, and heartily applaud-: cd by Ihe gathering. training tho child receives In the iHUlcreat Collertes sehoola la because of the personality'" tho teacher nnd in splto of the xicula. Thoro it> no steadiness of1 training hi civics, no continuity. Tho result Is that a cauplo of years' tFernie Frpo J The Director of Coal Operations tor southrrealern Alberta'and southeast-' era BrtUah Columbia has completed a schedule showlng-the earnings ot con- tract miners Jn District 38 during the month ot July, 1918. These rapge from J4.72 to per shift, the average' earnings for each miner being 57.42 per I shKt, There were Included In the' Bcliortulo 47 mines, employing 302S contract miners, whose average total earnings per shift amounted to The schedule Is as follows: i C. P. R. Bankhead .............T8.09 C. X. P. Coal Coal Greet 7.24 C. N. P. Coal Co., Michel....... G.SS. 6 go a movement set on foot in [Winnipeg to ueo if Boonething could not bo accomplished toward a national effort In our schools which would iiiake lliem tbo Instru mental Sly they bo for tho training of our fu- ture cltiions. It -was thought 4hat every rrovlii'ce, and tho Dominion as :i ivliolo should get behind Gomo more- inent to teach tlio growing boy and l something about tho Intricacies' ot Crack fi.24 Mountain Park Coal Co.........7.S7 P. R. Oalt MInea No. 3 ......5.49 P. R. Gait Mines No. 6 5.3o V, A. Collieries, Lelhhrldgn 7.33 N. A. Collieries, Monarch ......7.64 N. A. CoHferles, i'oinblim S.GO N. A. ColllerieB, Paclfio.........10.41 Jasper Park, 7.S7 jRBper Park, Mlotto IhlnooTc Coal Co. 1.27 lanada West Coal Co........... 6.81 Corhln Cocl Coke Co. 9.IG atalo, something which l teach luo difforeiice between falso reform pnd proper rerfornv, and give tho young nn opportunity to receive cUl- 7-ensliip Idoals from other sourcestbnn liie healed words of iroUHcfana in nn iilocllon campaign, 7haL tho schools ol tho nation ore Ihe places aucb training should given Is amply provftn by what Vrusalfl was able to do In two genera- tions In Germany in hulldlng up a spirit of militarism and obedience to militaristic heads. The whole of Ger- many was Prussian [red in two genera- rions by: 1. The school system whera trsin- 1ng In tho doctrine ot obedlcmco T 2. firmy, where Uie training In was nirt Jnfo prncUcp, Uic of Caaada, -we do not wtint to BChooIs to the end aim- fl at, but lha nchools can ho aafio a Mrent deal moro effective In training than itiey arc now. But In our Can ttan wo must decide we Intend to gat -what wo vnni to Iraln In. our children, ami then TTO decide how best tho ouly Infitni- mentality, Iho acbools, shall be used for that purposo. It Is hardly pORalblo 1o bring Ihlfl (iVjotil ihrough tlm inter of llm .Dominion government, for tho Uomlnlon governmfint e: r [sea no control In educational affairs, iiiir can H ho accomplfahert Iti a na- tional way through the provincial goy- for there Is only a i of Interprovftfcial (n RyBloms. Tho result Is thai those who aro hchfnd Iho movement tcr (he better (eacltlng ot cftlzennfitp havo decided tint n national contcr- eiico ahould uo called at Winnipeg, to face- the whole problem and judeavor lo work out qolulfrn. It Is [ntemattonal Coal ft Coke, S.16 Weat Canadian, West Canadian. Bellcvue 7.SO Midland Collieries C.i Atlas Coat Co. Premier Coal Druraholler Land Co............G.8B Iloaedcor Coal Co...............7.18' Star Coal Mines ................7.50 I Gem Mining Co. Coal Co. Peerless Coal Co. Rrazeau ColHeriea Western Commerolnl Uamlllon Coal Co. 9.65 3.03 8.Q3 Federal Coals 5.40 Federal Humborfltona Coiil Co, A. H. C......................... l.n flyera.......................... R.54 9.2G ............5.50 Xewcaatlo Cftrdtfl Twin City 6.85 Canraoro 7.9S B.74 ....................C.76 flogal LakesMa Cadomtn WESTERN OFFICERS RETURN TORONTO, Jan. wcslern of-' Tlccra of the C.B.F. with their wives i TO turned on tha Canadian Pacific Mil- way Irnin tlila roornmg antl both nro going west to Edmonton, lo which city j they belong. Capt. K, K. Paaracn, of tho 10th' Calgary batlrtllon, liae over two years' j war and relurna with brMe. "Oh, yes, I am A war said Mrs. Pearson, "but 1 am n Canft- rflan ami not an EngUali_glrl, although 1 waa married In A. J. TooJo, o! Cnlgsry, was with Ihe 31st battalion and will re- main in Toronto for a few days with hla wifo before going west. An Event of Startling Magnitude and for undreamed value-giving it is the greatest money-saving opportunity in the retail history of this city Entire Stock of High Class Winter Merchandise Going at Unheard-ot Low Prices THE UNUSUAL CHARACTERISTIC OF THIS SALE IS THE EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY OF THE MERCHANDISE OFFERED. HART SCHAFF- NER MARX CLOTHES, FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES, FLORSHEIM SHOES, WOLSEY UNDERWEAR, THE QUIGLEY ALL WOOL SWEAT- ERS, STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR, HOLEPROOF HOSIERY, COOPER CAPS, THE WOLF CAP, THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF CANADIAN AND AMERICAN MERCHANDISE, ALL ON SALE WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. Men's Overcoats 129.95 Overcoats, values, now. Overcoats, values, now. Overcoats, values, now. values, now. Overcoats, values, now. 'Overcoats, values) now. Overcoats, values, now. Men's Overcoats, Chesterfield style, with velvet collars, grey and black English beaver, full chamois leather interlining. Values, to clear......... Values, to Men's and Young Men's Suits TAILORED BY HART SCHAFFNER MARX AND BY FASHION CRAFT, THE LEADING AMERICAN AND CANADIAN TAILORS. Suits, Suits, now Suits, now Suits, Suits, Suits, now............ now Suits, Suits, now Men's Fur and Fur-Lined Coats NORTHERN COON, AUSTRALIAN COON WAMBATS AND DOG i> AND 54 INCHES LONG, EXTRA COLLARS. Coon Coats, to clear Coon Coats, to clear Coon Coats, to clear Wambat Coats, to Dog Coats, to Fur-lined Coats, to clear Men's Heavy Mackinaw Coats MOST POPULAR PLAIDS, WELL TAILORED, DEEP COLLARS. to clear Mackinawi, to clear Mackinaw Shirts, to clear Men's Leather well made vests, to clear...... ______ Holeproof Hosiery Silk Hose BROWN, CHAMPAGNE, DARK TAN, NAVY, PEARL, OUNMETAL, BLACK AND WHITE. 75t Values, to clear......, 65c Values, to clear...........85c Values, io clear 95c Men's Silk Wool Mufflers Values, to clear........... Values, to clear......... Values, to clear Values, to clear......... Men's Fine Dress Shirts "Arrow Brand" Values, to clear............ 95c Values, to Values, to MEN'S FINE FLANNEL SHIRTS COLLARS ATTACHED AND DETACHED. Values, to clear........... Values, to clear........... Yalues, to clear.......... Values, to clear............ MEN'S SILK SHIRTS Values, to clear Values, to clear Values, to Values, to clear........... Men's Fine Neckwear 75c Values, to clear 50c Values, to clear 75c Values, to clear Values, to clear........... Values, to Values, to MEN'S GAUNTLET GLOVES AND MITTS Values, to clear.......... Values, to clear Values, to clear........... PULL OVER MITTS to Values, to Stanfield's All-Wool Un'wear FINE AND HEAVY RIBBED TWO PIECE AND COMBIN-. ATION SUITS. 2-piece suit, Blue Label, to clear 2-piece suit, Red Label, to clear 2-piece suit, Green Label, clear Combination Suit, silk and wool, to clear.................... Combination Suit, iine knit, to clear at..................... Combination Suit, heavy ribbed, to clear at... Tiger Brand Underwear, 2-piece suits only, suits, all wool, to clear Wolsey Fine Underwear Shirts only. Special lot, to clear, per garment Men's AH- Wool Sweater Coats and Vests Jersey Sweaters, to clear All Wool Sweaters, to clear All Wool Sweaters, to clear All Wool Sweaters, to clear All Wool Sweaters, to clear All Wool Sweaters, to clear Sweater Jumbo Knit AH Wool Knit Vests, to clear Men's Winter Caps Silk lined and Caps, clear Fur Caps Natural Rat and Hudson Seal Driver and Jockey Shape. Values, to clear Values, to clear Men's Fine Dress Gloves Mocha and Dogskins, Sitk and Wool Lined. Values, to clear Values, to clear Values, to clear Values, to clear MEN'S FUR LINED DRESS GLOVES AND MITTS. Values, to clear Values, to clear Values, mitts wool lined, to dear Men's Hose 35c Values, 4 pair for 75c Values, to clear 60c Men's Fine Shoes BLACK OH TAN, LACE, OB BUTTON, LEATHER OR NEOLIN SOLES. Fine Shoes, to clear FLORSHEIM SHOES lOper cent .Off on All Florsheim Shoes. MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS Values, to clear Values, to clear Riding Boots and Riding Congress, values, to clear Riding Boots, to clear MEN'S OVERSHOES Overshoes, 3 buckle, to clear Overshoes, 2 buckle, to clear Overshoes, 1 buckle, to clear FELT SHOES AND SHEEPSKIN WAN1GANS Felt Shoes, to clear______ Felt Shoes, to Felt Shoes, to clear Wanigans, to clear Wanigans, to clear Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Fashion Craft Clothes: 31S 5th St ;