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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRHXIR THTLT HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 15.1921 Ifimster of Education Takes Strong Exception to Statements Made By (hie of Teachers' Affiance Leaders fcplicit Denial of Two Stete- Mfninmn and Other Matters j Tlic miaisUr of education has jiven out the following statement with re-> giird to the Teachers' Allianco Some statements mado in the Cal- j gary Press the other day on behalf of j tho Teachers' Alliance by E. E. A. i Stanley, in reply to my remarks to j tho of inspectors and .Normal -chool staffs, for bria" j comment. It is with reluctance that] 1 am now, for- the first limp. taUnx i any notice of a campaign of misresre- j sentation which has been waged i against, the Department of Kducatioa j in tho Macazina for many months and to unfair attacks upon j For the socoud urn? Mr. Stanley j hftg stated publicly and through the j jiresj that the minister of education i had broken his word with regard to j two different matters. Both charges j time tkat aayono with, the Alliance hai nt-oV this itatement and it shMtld clear the air. We can for- ge1, tho renulutton moved In the leg- islature iMt lenkra by the ranmbt- for North Calgary and tke agitatioa thnvchovt UM province, Ikla (juntioo Mltled. Mr. Startty li milled u la wkat eoafltituted tke "monstroun aad lo- defailkle document" referred to by me. I WM dlacuMlag tho very 1'ortKMta railire ot teachen and 'A READERS JOURNAL "Altai r." 9l life bears a strom to a jig-saw puule. All- through oar ckildhood we are grad- ually Catherine pieces we tho department to co-operate and it call facts, aud with these and the WM DMMury to to back to we uollact us the years roll when tlw! Alliance, without the know- by, attempt to make something like ol the department. a' coatract form uad distributed copies lo the teachers of the for Immilate use. This form did not have the approval of tho minister as j ia required by law, aud care was tak- eu that no copy found its way into the department. I do not hesitate HON. OEO. P. SMITH I to say that the document wns Quits "monstrous" and the action of the Al- liaiico was altogether indefensible. I called the Alliance executive together and suggested that they recall those forms in order to save a clash with the department, which would b'e in- jurious to both teachers and schools. This suggestion, however, was ignored. The Alliance officials have been very active in many forms of misre- presentation. A short time ago they announced that one hundred Caigary teachers were to resign at the end ot tho year to take more attractive positions. The end of the year came are absolutely untrue aud if Mr. Stan-. 11 I Minister xXincatlon who roundly i and not one teacher resigned for that ley would just take the trouble m get both aides of a story before rush- 1 ing into print with serious charges j againsi another man, he might avoid portant. slates the actions of officials of the Alberta Teachers' Alliance There was no breach of unpleasantness as as sreat dis- faith and no broken promise, service to the cause of education in Moreover the decisions arived at our province. Incidentally he would j had the strong support of every offi- bc spplyius the rule. i-ui in Department of Education With regard to the disputed clause j and were based upon principles from in the teachers' contract, it is not which we found it impossible to devi- trne thai I ever promised or ever ate. There was never any uncertainty complotu picture u( liio. the pieces gather until we have A varieeuted and assorted pile of ma- terial, but nothinj; like u Uosisu us yot. j Then Biiddcntjk. we timl A hey- j piece tits In, and we ndil niatorially j to our construction. This koy'-piooa in, soomingly, limilur in shn portunuc to the common RHEUMOTiGPAIN aud )m-f segments, yet once it is in place, the arrange- ment of many more has become sim- ple; we see our way ahead for a considerable time. When ,we hBriniMi tllpv u-erp anybody who will the mya- ot ntera- casionai glimpses Browning and intuitive of searching analy- power. His notes on year. Such obvious tho first tirafl: the opening lines rg0vernmenfi and political issues show a used to alarm the public and a meaulnsless babble, then, as Bound ba'slc knowiedge of the sub- enliru cabinet council. Many other [ing. merely on the word ot another more or less informal conversations, and to olution pass and a condemnatory publish it In press without the courtesy ot even sending.tho accused person a capy followed and every clause of the con- tract, was discussed with complete thoroughness. After tho first draft of 'thi: present approved form was j The outlook is not too bright lor Brit prepared, 1 informed President New-jish institutions iior for the inculca lands of the Alliance that it was not i tion of proper ideals of citizenship in 1 our boys aud girl! quite fir.r.l and that some minor alter- ations v'ouid bo made. Theie could no discussed with Mr. Newlands on account of his absence tn Ontario out its amusing side. It is interest biu the gunerul secretary, Mr. Bar- j ing to hear Mr. Stanley declare thai nett. offere'1. his services and, after j neither the teachers nor the Alliance The Minimum The situation, however, is not with an iiilerviu'.Y. iio declared himself as heartily !u ru'fonl v-'it'u these altera- tions iimi i'mH'.frht them quite unitn- have ever asked tor IJie J1200 mini mum salary to be flied by statute ant they don't eipect it. This is the flrsl Kidney Disease IF you would guard against chronic disease! ef the kidneys or bladder, take Gin Pills at the earliest sign of kidney trouble. Whether ii ia backache, pains through the groins, swollen joints, constant headaches, restless nights, brick dust de- posits or painful urination, heed the warning and act at once. I{ Gin Pills do not gire you eennine relief, wfll refund you the purchaie price. Sixty cents a boi everywhere. Sample free, if you write to: National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd, Toronto, Out TWELVE MONTHS OF OUTDOOR LIFE if you spend the next three in CANADA'S WINTER GARDEN VANCOUVER ISLAND in out-dooi (parts. Splendid Idea! roads for Riding and Motoring. by C.P.R. you travel in the highest degree of comfor. through the CANADIAN ROCKIES and ECO miles of MATCHLESS SCENIC GRANDEUR TWO TRAINS DAJLT Call, nrita or plume the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY teachers who use them should not be permitted to teach in Alberta schools. The truth is that the largest number of permits ever in use at any one time in the province since I became minister, was under three hundred and moreover, during the months of May and June last year only twenty-four (2-1) schools in tho entire province were not operating. I have remained silent thus far De- cause I desired to avoid anything that' would hamper us in the great work we are trying to do. It is evident that iny silence unfortunately came under the domihation of one or more of our segments, these help us locate the others we meet, and by the time we have read the poem through once, we have at least a dim Uea of the poet's conception. Wo stop to' con- obviously intended for humorous sketches of farm life by too much political debate and propaganda. Some passages of the book are positively funny, and anyone who can read the template a minute, and other pieces book 'through without bursting into slip into their appointed places, and iaughter a dozen times has goM con- the vision is clearer. Then we turn to j trol of himself. H is not fun made at the poem for a second reading, this time pondering well each thought; hitherto meaningless lines take on powerful significance, aud fill the gaps of our mosaic. Having finished the poem, it may lie that the vision iplendid that inspired the poets mind sweeps dazzllngly over us in clarity and brilliance. Or, it may be, even a ister. Strange as it may seem they do not regard charges ot untruthful- 1 while dwelling on totally different nesa and tnckery against the minister the the as being personal attacks or as th any importance. The latest effort to cause embarrassment was to con- demn the department for the diffi- culty in getting delivery of textbooks reamer. Then, day, or night, 8lgniflcance Of the us becomes ,k ey.piee that clear, and all is comprehensible. In either of these supposed cases, it may be necessary to abandon the construction we have so hardly ac- and the final verdict was laid down 1 complisnelli lWUen- the collecting of that if this department bad not new or the fitting of guaranteed "date of delivery it should i some key-piece gives immistakeable have had. They hare not heard of proo( tnat our earlier work has been tho war. They do not know, or they do not want to 'know, that every pro- vince has had just the same diffi- culty and that, for a long time it has been practically impossible to get either a definite price or a, definite date of delivery from any reliable publishing bouse ia the British. Em- pire. I have entire confidence in the fair- ness and splendid worth of the great body of-teachers. As the truth is be- ginning to dawn upon them I am re- ceiving assurance on' every hand that the teachers hare been mislead. In iu error. Here human nature comes in. Many refuse to give up the portion they have achieved, and eliag blindly and dogmatically to tbeir chimerical creation. The wise man is he who is always ready, on unm'istakeable proof, to cast away without regret any amount of previous construction in order that ne can begin again. a sound basis. These moments when a is fitted into the grand mosaic of Life are memorable times. Por a moment we seem superior, beings, about to enter the realms we have eo long future it will be the duty of the de-j waited without. Tha key-piece ollps partment to take even greater precau- into place, and lo! we behold "a new tions than ever before to make sure that the teachers in all parts ot the province are fully conversant with the poliicies and attitude of: the de- partment, in order that -the fullest measure of cooperation may be secur- ed in the interests of the children en- trusted to our joint care. NEW YORK MAYOR TO APP6AR IN GRAFT PROBE heaven and a new earth." But it is only for a moment. Gradually the old veil of insufficiency slips across our eyes. These occasions are too rare. I wonder if these are not the events Thoreau refers to In one oj his cryptic, paradoxical lines: "I live who lived but yean." And this at once: reminds me ot a passage in Emerson: "We ask for long life, but 'tis deep life, or grand momenta, that signify. Moments ot of NEW YORK, Jan. Hylan and Police Commissioner Enright to-1 day were subpoenaed to appear next I personal relation, a smile, a Monday as witnesses before the grand wnat an'Ple borrowers of eternity Jury in the inquiry into alleged offlc- lal corruption being conducted mer Governor Charles-S. Whitman. Brantford Lady Shouting Her Praises SHE USED DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS FOR SCIATICA. Mrs. R. Mclntyre who suffered from Sciatic Pains tells why she Is en. thusiastlc qver Dodd's Kidney Pills. Branttord, Jan. 14th. (Special.) 'I wish I could shout the goodness iu :he people's ears of dear old Dodd's Kidney Pills." These are the words of Mrs. Mary R. Mclntyre, who livea at 92 Walnut St., W., this city. Mrs. Mclntyre has every reason to je enthusiastic over Dodd's Kidney Pills. "In June last." a very had attack of Sciatica. 1 o sot move my leg without great pain. The doctor told me to ruh it with a inament ho left. The pain got worse and I sent for another doctor. "lie put needles in my leg and gave The world has had its universal puzzles that invite a similar treat- ment 'to that taken above. There waa the great astronomical puzzle that Ptolmoy and his disciples attempted to solve, and which has really not been satisfactorily solved yet. Kepler, New- ton and other scientific men have con- tributed their discoveries, and, SHVR for a small discrepancy, all seemed apparent. Einstein has set about to explain this small and' while his theories will undo some of Newton's famous hypothesis, they will in the main confirm it, and at the same time clear up a bafffing mathematical difference between tTieory and fact. Another world-puzzle of the same nature has non-plussed scientists for many years: Thsfdose relation be- tween light, heat.'jahd electricity, and moreover, the relation between elec- tricity and Matter. Year's of painstak- ing investigation have served to add many minor facts, until the more in- tuitive of physitilsta have seen the she states, "I had completed revelation iu its parts, and iiau coi lould I ha1 me a sleeping pill. Next he re- peated this, but still the pain was just is great. Then he ivanled to operate. s wanted to cut from my knee down my ankle. "That day a friend told me to try Dodd's Kidnuy Pills. She hail great 'aith in them. I took her at her .word. kept right on taking the pills. Now can't pralso them enough. I am a well woman today without one ache pain." Sciatica is causnd by disordered Kidneys failing to strain the uric acid out of tho hlood. Dodd's Kidney Pills are the standard remedy for disorder- ed ve recently proclaimed' and Electric Charges are Synonymous. The liberation of immense power through disintegration'of the ,atom, and the transmutation of metals socmi to be modern possibilities 01 science. But I intend to use some space on these topics another week. A ill Maiiy of our Canadians spent their childhood and youth In old Ontario. Av; of these with a litarary turn of mind should read "In Pastures Green' by Peter M.cArthur, if they have not already done so. Tho book consists of a number of llghtsessays, written In diary ntyfe. They published in a Toronto weekly, "The farmer's I believe, here they are collected in book form by Messrs. J. M. IXmt Sons. They arc trivial incidents, accidents, of a Jaurnaliat turnM the expense of other's feelings, either, but is as kindly as it is comical. The author is included in the anthology of Canadian Singers recently publish- ed by virtue of his poem, "The Pio- neers." There is considerable cfevdr verse in the. above volume. HON. DOHERTV HOME NEW YORK, Jan. Charles J. Doherty, Can- adian minister justice, and a mem- ber of the Canadian delegation to tho assembly of the League of Nations at Genera, returned to America on the steamer Adriatic this morning. Gen- eral Sir Sam Hughes and Dr. C. P. Huebscher, Swiss consul-general to Canada Tfere also on board the Ad- riatic. ARMENIAN RELIEF APPEAL TORONTO, Jan. C. K. Morse of Winnipeg, Canadian secre- tary of the- Armenian relief fund as- sociation, arrived in Toronto yester- day after having attended a national conference at Atlantic City, with near- east'relirff workers. Morse re- ports a gratifying response to the Christmas letter appeal for Armenian relief from Ontario and other prov- inces In the Dominion. promptly, and that agents will be ten- sent to the United States thia year's work. MANITOBA GOVERNMENT CONSIDER AMENDMENTS WAR-TIME LEGISLATION WINN1PEG, Jan. to the moratorium and war relief acts during the 1921 session of the Mani- toba legislature and a return to nor- mal peacs conditions are under con- sideration, by the provincial govern- ment. A tentative proposal is now before! the government providing that the moratorium act be amended to pro- vide for the repayment of tfie princi- pal of mortgages.by instalments. Tho instalments would probably he 10 per cent, for the first year, 25 for the necond and 50 for the third. lira, for K mlieatkxiofiwidor.ontlrat. to Ida jait licht th. litll. kmp thit nlfovn SEALBRANDTEA may truly bt tamed tKt drink of economy. Afltet a diem, but the best tea ii chtapeit. hundred cups of piping hoc delicious beverage can be made from a single pound of OUM K Sanbom'a Seal Brand For letiahiBent, fur mild stimulm and iheer ment of the delightful fragrance and flavor, drinlc Chase Sanbom's Seal Brand Tea. 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This remedy builds up and maintains a healthy, vigorous constitu-' tion, according to the testimony of hundreds who have used them, Alfred Arsenault, Lot No. 6, P.E.I., very nervous and' run-down, and was so bad I could iiot sleep at night. I used two boxes of Milburn's Heart and Nerve and I was relieved. That was one year ago, and I bava been well ever since." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are 50c. a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Company, Limited Toronto. Ontario ;