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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta urchin PROHIBITION IN ALBERTA-- SOCiAb ACTIVITIES (OF THE LETHBRIDGE ioARD OF'TRADE FOR 1916 LETHBRIDGE AND THE WAR. BOARD OF TRADE. farm boys and girls from llic wide districts of ie understood Ihal tho Alberlu Govcriiinent will build nuolhci of -these excellent schools bomcwhorc, in this vicimly early, in IDir; and Iho'Canadian Pacific llailway has kindly promised to assisl'in Ihe mailer of providing a tile nUomc nluco fiuit- iiblo to. giving inslruclion in fanning under irrigation-as well iis ill dryland farming. Provincial Schools provide a two-winter course for farm girls nnd boys during the months from October lo Alarm, when work is slack on the farms. Tho Principal and Instructors of Hie Provincial bcliooli devote their'time during Ihe summer lo iourncyfi around lliei ilislvids, and their advice and help arc always placed ut tho disposal of Ihe farmers and Iheir wives. SironT C'oiiiisEs Axn LKCTUIIKS. 1'arly in the Alberta Department of Agriculture nr ranged for ii ecrios of livestock deiiionslrnlions iiiid'lccturcs o n-rriculluTiil siibjccls at r.elhbridgo. Large nninbers of larmci aHeuded liicso; and tbe boys from the l.ethbndge ll.gli Sc .00 were present al some of the livestock lectures, ami showed b ,lhcir questions and answers Ihat they took a keen and mule interest in the stock. Difrin" tho summer 11 Denioiisxralion 'tram ami olio Course School journeyed over the lines of Ihe Canadian I ac.f 'Hailway, and very large numbers of farmers and their and families visited thn train at lhc various Flopping places. FACULTY ov AuiiicuwiniK .vr USIVICFISITI, A chair of has been inslilutrd in' the Lnivtr itv of Alberta. Dean Howes lins scl down "Farm Managcim end Kcoiiomies" ns one of the subjects. This is an cncouragi for it is now widely recognized that education in ag culture has been loo long'confined to tbc productive side I final, lest of successful ngricullurc lies ill Ihe profit that derived from Ihe sale of produce; and llial involves a kno ledge ot tbe factors Hint enter into'economical production, a of methods of marketing. The course in Agriculture al the University is a year one, and students from Hie Provincial Schools of rtgnc conlimiu Ihcir blmlics at lhc University. Over three hundred teachers from Hie elementary schools of ilic-'l'rovincc took a short course of three weeks last summer the Uimyr-ily, which greally increased their interest in Agrieullure. (ioci) i sujjgeslipii from Ihi (rids a centre for lhc social and religions and economic life of conimu.iily. A big comfortable Mnieluro lakes lhc of smaller mid lew comfortable jntl ,i eli more ellicienl and fjslem of leaching is mam sible bv brinj-'iiiK more pupils leather u utter one roof. At u'conference-oil llural held in-August, UK', nt University of Albarla at KdnioiHon, this subject liorouL-hly discussed bv many leaders in' rural coiiinnmiuc.-, c The fcriotis dotrimenl to lhc.propcr_conduct of the publ.c of Ihc Dominion and Ihe Provinces arising from e evils of palroiiago wa? discussed at several ol I e council meetings of thi, Hoard of Trade ,11 1'Jla; but no dcfin- tr i_ t cin' u.ii -Ii 'i I the- supply of ptaiii and for.diluffs for the use of the Empire' and of our Allies. The subject va- again referred lo in a 1 i II.......1 ill April, incmoran.luin on (he farm hibor and loal minin Fubmitled by this bojrd of trade lo the iniste I -L n'rt" IIJUIHII Jlimilljt'' ui this subject wa, March, when al a ?f Ii fT'" n a resolution was passed .endorsing Ibe Hiding, o I ,nn i lo illc Dominion.Government at lhc r rcr ,.c rural commnnm i whose services were lent to general findings "of Ihe r--.. ,L. liiirlu-.l Jll'.l'lllli; il 1 Conference reached the that lhc Ing u t [o Government at Ihcir request b} ..K-ncy in all Ihc phases of llic life of a rural commnmlj i whoEC were lent to Can- uhl bo more speedily attained if the economic in British1 Qovemnienl for this business were studied ami understood by llio religion. mentioned in larliamcnt educational Icatlfi'i oftbese coiiiniuiiitiM. ]f011. Sir George 1C. Foster; nnd there lias FIIICC II is intended that the Conference F inll be convened rom public discuisioii. in- lo vcar, and rcporls of progress mil there be prc.-cnlul. BUCcccdin- Government fW into olliec with an 'undcrs.anding (hat the Civil Service fliall be re-arningcd on a 1'JIO; and we again commimiealc.l the Minister ct Uioor I91B, the Premier, Sir li.J-. fiorden and the I'.UJMKIIS OH Viiileil. Viirnieru ot Albcrla, whose i ecoming flrongev and more UPi-nif I- onorcd us bv 'Hie iiivilntmn of Ihe Lit) "I i- i lo hold Iheir 1817 here. It becamn cMdcil..! owi'vcr, in the aulumn llial the whole of tbo ho el accommo on in Iho city was required to takp ewe of I he ord, na, ivolliii" publif-, and although would have bm.l r.wmln for the gradual introduction of ofl'wers on mo of profcwional acquirements and ability, la.l for iidvanccment in llio fervice on Ilia groiuulE of mem 1 i-played in Ihe performance of duly. K would appear o be that non-political organizalioiis such as boards of ild elren-'lben the hands of the Government by HicniFelvH as being firmly opposed to u contmuanr ic, Director General of National Service, slated that formers ought to consider it tlieir duty tn remain on their fiirnif, and llial they would best serve Ihc Empire by staying on their farms and producing crops, I'.miloTic I'YXD. Tho dif-lricl fiom which the l.ctbbridge Mraneli of llic Canadian Patriotic I'und makes c-olleciions is very small, extending only a snnll distance beyond the Cily limits. I' ton IHs dWricl Ihe nciual cash collected sincf the I-imd was started FOOII after the of the War up till the end of Decem- ber, 10 !0, was 10 was j.. The amount aligned lo this llranch for collection in 1015- 1010 on in ciiv -i-. I record UK Ilicmscivcs as uciiig avolling and although would appointmenls are made on lie lad lo accommodalc some- of Ihe fanners in their hone, v e I pie c J EJ-slem Ihat is odious lo a 1 ail to forego lhc pleasure having the Convention here in ,.f0j who (hcir owll I a system that is repugnant, fo them, and that OiiAT.u'QiJ.1 IN .li'Mf, W7. j. detrimental to the best interests ot our citizenship. Arningemenis are being mado by Mr. S. S, Dm, ram, rf nl. Sl. Jobn. Qltawa, .Sherbro- of your Unr.d Millions ee Ps'stJ1' jToronto, Winnipeg, Kegina, Mc-licinc, Calgary and urge number of onr leading citiwiif, for tho holdins of a Liu- (mmf ]mc ns torm- reform, and Iho s_ Irnqua i" in .Inly, 1917.. nieclings will in the preset the country. in a large lenl, and will; extend over a week. lopu. The amount actually collected was over 000. The amount assigned for lfUC-17 is ?30 000 and it is fully expected ihat a greater amount will be forthcoming The" recoinmc-ndaiions us lo allowances lo llic wives ami families of the men who went from LelhVridge has been in lhc able and evmpalhcllc bauds of Mrs. Frank Colnmnii, who ms lately been' aided by Mrs. H. A. Hl'annan nnd llrs. A, liuditiiian. _. i-{ OnDKn DAUGHTEIIR OF THE winns. i CiiAriFJi. i" __ iliiu ii in iinw.- ,t lectures 'oTa high' class educational, nature will'be given l.y I f'nnadia.iB of note and llwrc will be a programme of ,ii inn nil Pl1 nl by well known arlisls. A limited m.mber s will be sold at tbc low price of Srf.aO. Tlswll be lhc first appearance of Ihe C'hataunua in it ha, U, 1 Kl, wiD I This subject-has been discussed by the Board of 'Iradc of season u u lnit tllo feeling appears to be that if llic h "i' to be sueeessfulit must be adopted by lhc Dominion as i Ilinf' Knvn llPf-11 PVlflOllt 111 CltlCS Ihat have be sw e c rs ,0 CSiada it ha, been bkddy in ll.c lho plan have arisen largely from fact Dbe. heartily .upnoTtcl by .farmers and; ,kl( mld farmers in the of national ccon- Hoard of Trade by the sub-cominil- I rum -_, i tec on -omi roads was rccen.K' Kent forward to the Provincial aulhoritics, It, the effect Ihat the subject o nira cnginecr.nj, slmuld receive attention iu the courses ot Agnculture fccho.ns in Hie L'niversiiv. -Tl.ere ,vovld fall under tins clhbridgi lhc of and road and 111 iiqiorl.m'l 'subjccls of drainage and irrigation engineering The suggestion' has mcl with approval and will no doubt b rariifiiHy important one nnl too few ot our .farmers tonlizo tho. losses'they siistinii b h.ek of. co-operation Ii .each oilier in making good voat nud in maintaining them in'good PL'm.lCATIONE.1 a model of what will calcli the'eminently coinino eye of the average farmer tire Pmnphlct 21, "1. liacon 'Hog and the liritish recently by t Live.. Slock' Ilrani-h of llio Dominion Dcparlmcnt of Agrici ture, may well serve as a model of what such tl.oiild he. The paiMphlet deals wilh Ihc-produciion of Ca adian Wiltshire ami il points out the absolute relatio Fliiin between tbe a-ricullural and commcreial sides of I sidti of bacon nnd the money side, hlqad; niiiill ralhcr than spasmodic and great production, 1.3 i. home'as the desirable fnclor; and production at seasons ll will meet the market demands fbowirto be the best method ol' imlliusr monev in the pocket of the farmer and.packer as well, in April 'lOlfi. Koine plots have been Sol apart j 'comniemoralive of llic various military unils no from among these being Ihe 20th, 3Dth and Bl Artillery, lotteries. Tbe men of-the Lclhbridgo llign-j nders, 113th.Battalion were in training here at that I.IK cd it will be. benriily by .farmers ami; ,kl( auil farmers in tnc surro ople from'the c-ommimitie, in tbe'district many of f (imc. Flom the point pi view' of nail, come lo Lethbridge to speiul Iho week. There is a lull iu ..dvaniagcs of nsmg sunlight ea. of minK operations just at Ihat lime. j for work and play arc self evident, llns b h llHInin: and Australia is now n dnyl. been lAiii'.ou DAY. Arbor Day is observed [renevally in Canada as a holiday i. vo'lcd lo lhc plantinc of trees and shriibs: The f-ilizcns of i "hi for anci piny [niMd-in Great Britain; and Australia is npw n daylight saver. numbers of trees in the City's Hen-] This organization takes an active interest, iu all work, and assists in lhc Patriotic Fund work, the League, the British Sailors' lielief, cle. The families of Foldieis arc visited regularly, and parcels arc despatched to prisoners of war. Besides the large numbers of socks knitted by members of the Chapter, the school children of Lclhbndge, under supervision of their tenchcrs, have, knitted nearly a thousand pairs of socks for our soWicrs. The chapter provid- ed a moving picture machine for use of the convalescent sold- iers at the 1'ranfc Hanatarium. HUD Cnoss WoriK. During'tbe year Ihe I.cllibridge Branch of the- Canadian lied Cross Kpciciy passed Iho large sum of nearly SIQ.OOO throuBh'tlieir 'hands in the course of their activities. Of this'aniount'S3.TOO was used in the purchase of mater- ials wbich-werc worked up by the ladies' into the useful surg- ical dressings, invalid clothing, clc., that arc cent overseas for lied balance of the money collected from tlic citizens of I.elbbridjrc and from the farmers and others iii-lhc- district, was remiiled direct to tbc hradcmnrlorB of the Cross. Out of a iotal population of 1Z.115 as census in November, 1010, the largo number of I .__-, I Itnln-ii-'c S iss a? A-jtrarws rot their comrades who liad.gonc to me iioiiL- j Home of the. City Schools have been much niore active tlinn jn Lethbridge. thers iii planting.trees and improving.Ibciy Infanlr Ifhas been to Hie Provincial Government that n Iliis Somhern'Piirt of'Alhcrta where spring opens flicinl dale of A'rlwr Day.'fhould bo.fixed for a-day Fomcwlicro iljuut tho twcntielli ot April- L.inon BUKEADS. There is noihin" to add to. the observations under-this icad that were made 'in.last years Annual Jieport: It is with deep regret that tho loss of a valued member of this Board is recorded. Lieut. II. J. floodc, of Iho 2nd Pioneer Battalion, C. B. I1-, was killed iu action in Prance in fccptein- bcr, I'Jlc'., Artillery Mounted Kujliucers jioilical Navy wo 135 35 llu- moHCV n e arc. concerned in meeting the steady demand of Ihe e r; 'it is to nole that the daily and weekly papers "Although Letlbrldge Is well served In tho ma lor ot ordi- nary commercial agencies for BUpnli'lUBi fnrracr.-s Wmr raqnlrC; mcnis It becamD evident to us rtucing the harvcstlnE season or 1315 [lint the establishment oi labor bureaus under Government ji neceBSIly o( oui- economic lire npcular means of distributing authen'.W informatfaii as.-to liiior requirements ot all kinds Ihroughout various aistricls Ehould lie established, so ttat farm help, tradesmen, etc., may readily find lliclr way to quarters where their, services arc wan I -except That Ihe return of our soldiers will st ii continue to Jcvole considerable space lo matters of mlcrestlo farmers in Ihcir various. ilislncts. The I.eibbrii ge. Herald, daily and weekly editions gives considerable space to Unit interest th trict.' e farmers in Ibis district.' K-s ni neres e, ar The "Seasonable sent out from time to tune by the e Dominion Department of Ajirii-ultnro free to farmers apply for it, contains much valuable information.. who Casualties reported lo date arc: lulled Wounded ilissing 15 35 40 6 81 HOCIAI. many years "lo como of 'the most interesting ''features if llie'devclopmenl ot Canadian life will be llic assim ilat'ion of the various of llic earth who may accep our iiivitalion lo make Canada Ibeir home. '1 hat wo bco excccdiiK'ly lux hitherto in allenlion lo our obvious i ilircd'iou niust be. admillcd. The Governments of Mam ioba and Alberta1 arc Eupnorjing' tho valunbl work-of invcOigation of facts that is undertaken by the Bureau "of Social Research. Mr. .T. S. Woodsworlli, director of the Hurcmi ot Social licscareb addressed a public meeting in in October, ISlfi, and aroused .the interest ol our citizens in this direction. cannot claim Ihal it is by reason of cnv definite effort of ours that the largo numbers of cor.. miners of who. came from countries'_oilier limn Great Ilrilain have become peaceable and law. citizens, hud Hut many of IhcirVliildren now occupy posilious of great here; but the Gall family, lhc fonndcrs-ot Ih.o coal i i _1......... I.....1 rrfllf ----CXCCPl- further demonstrate the great need that this service should lie uuderlakcn by a Dominion wide organization. TECHNICAL EDUCATIOS FOR MIXEFS. Keveral well attended and highly successful night fihool or technical education of young miners have been institute, hrou-h llio district ly Dr. ,1..C. Miller, director o technical ducation for Hie Province. It has been found' that many of he youths from foreign countries are keen to improve tlicm- -Ivcs'in these schools; and the benefits to social life have iecn marked, for sonic of these young men had but a very linhl knowledge of English before, they attended these classes, they have been fflad to learn our language so Ihat Ilicy avail themselves of tho technical Icaebur- The following.units were recruited entirely in Lelhbridge 29th Battery Canadian 1'ield iVrtillerj-. filst Dallcry rSth llaltcry mill Battalion, T.elhbridge .ITighlandcrs. Ml of these arc now at tbc Front, except llic HaUcrv, which is now rccrniling being stationed ,n Barracks here. HETUIIXF.D fl'he rrinbilitolion of our i-clurncd soldiers in profitable Civic CLUB. The ladies of Lcthbridge organized as the Women's, Okie.; Cluh of the Lelhbridge Board of Trade give willing assistance., hi the nctiritiea-oj tl.c Beard. They did ..their, share o he- tvef vlir'uli and flower planting at Henderson Lake on Arbor, I Day .-Wienllie short course agricultural school camo along in. I January, 1B1C, Ihcy provided and furnished rcsfrooni modalion for Hie visiting farmers'- wives and children. ,lhcy -1 help Hie eniertainmcnt commitltco of.the. Board al luncheons; ete. Before Christmas they were very bnsy in prc--.: and despatching some six or-seven'hundred parcels of. I tobacco, candy, etc., to onr soldiers'overseas. BOARD ov TIIADK ifeEtisos. The current hiisiness of tbe Board of Trade is transacted at the. weekly Thursday luncheons. Tlic Jak.e, lunch 12-30; nnd, "as the business to be done is presented in concise form, adjournment has always been made'wit hour and a half. Tliesc'council meetings are open to the general body .-1 of members aiid many.ot these attend. tJencial meetings 'arc called only when. Ihcre are nisllcM of especial interest lo be discussed; and at'these General Meet-. ings a careful'resume.of nil business done since Ihe previous-, mccling.'is submitted. v Meetings of the various committees and sections are.bcld.- nder tl.c rtrr-iinnliniij: 13 UllUCr uiu ian llo'spitals Commission and the various Provincial organ- vi 'Mayor Hardie, of u on board o ki I ,c Alberla cnrilloe, and .he Khaki ,c lera noe, Soldiers' Uureau of ol which Mr. J. rcment of the Dominion Mili- the board o fl 11. 01 iniuin" industry here, have always bad their f Binl tilir'Torniiiuc.'rwilh an excellent, school has doublcdiy been beneficial. In the course of Mr. Woodsworlli paid: i "Tho crcalcst need ot our Western towns oriel cillca-ls 'tnmn unlfylnc agency Hinl will lie the means of completely tno co'mniunity life. We are divided In Scitooi, OF MINES. I beihs There mi-lit he repeated a request which has previously Ijccu advanced, Ihat tho Province should establish a School of Mines in I-clhbridgc. The practical study of mineralogy would lie in a favorable position in I Abridge.' Against Ihu plra that all higher education should centre around the (jniverstiy inMiMio set those advantages dial arise.from tbe dccenlralira- tion of certain branches of education that arc observable, m other communities where Ibis practice obtained. s v PllOITIRITlOX IN AI.BU11TA Hie result of a vole iaken in 1015 under.Direct lion procedure, Albcrla "went on llio first ot .Inly, I'M I'. Tbc cltecls on' Ihe general business situation have uccn u-iy marked. Thd coal'miners iu Tx-tlihrulgc. .nnd' their f am, lios re liviii" more comfortably, and (real to Wltcr and bcller food. Tile effect on the farm labor si'.ua- 011 has been somewhat curious; many of'tho men who come ere from Kastcrn Canada and from the United States to assist vc'tin" nse.l previously lo work for n while, come into ran ol ui rotary, is t IHI a kept fully informed of what is of ihe aspects' of lhc problems that will were in one of a series of live letters by J-our President'recently contributed lo Ibe "Financial Post, from v.hiclr llic following is quolcd. "Alii of men who llfc-M.1 era, rtmcr'cncc will lie in their outlook on life. as required. OF TIUDE nnn.Brxo. A has been submitted to the Mayor and mi-ioiVrrHiat the Board of Trade Building should bo moved to n more suitable, silc in Ihe Gait that a Rest Hooni for farmers' wives and children should be provided, us well as drinking fountain and lavatory accommodation for Ihe publicl THANKS. Your'President desires to record his special Ihanks to H T Brvnmcr Vice-President; Mr. S. S. Dunhain, man of the Hurnl Helalions Cpmniiltec; Mr. D. Sccrc-. larv and lo nil-the olher members of the Council for 1016, for'tlieir loyal support in carrying out the various activities el, the Board of Trade. 1'ixMXCE AND MminKnsniT. .The expenditures of ibc Board this year were-cjit down to an nbsolnlc ininiinum. All Ihe work of the Board has been ST.1 rno Is avallahlc, or to otherwise fit himself lo take his It as a farms will answer llic dcninnil for only a oiir church life our fraternal Me, mtlo rraclion of Iho commumly 13 our imlillcnl life. Each whirling around m .Ha n jjimuu.-n pum. own an-1 sfn-nd (heir first parningi freely, and then go liael! rul ._ irnrr.ia llll again. This year llltlo f rue I on of Hie. communiLj ,a miuuiu, llll c eddy or vvhlrlpKiol nnd Ihero U uo hence no or Kanliea! community life, no cllort or cominon task." .Mr. iclU of a certain counlry village in wind arc-two churches. There is a long behind th The Presbyterian people go inlo that church, am the Methodists inlo Ibe other. All the horses go. into the-ram big stable. RUIUL LIFE Coxrp.nF.s-CK. Many of llw'intending phases of life w. prairie farm in rural homes are also being studied by Mr, rnrid coiifolidatcd scbotd, vbich provides a i-cniral schoo big" wages, worked steadily till he fir4 cold siicll, and then left for Ibeir lionifJ. vident that the. farmer who will provide cnniforlablc acfom- uodalion for bis harvesters will bo able, lo keep his labor vliilc the farmer who (loc.-; not provide comfonablc livin? iifcments will ditlicidly in holding his men. II was feared that many of our hotels would have io close but Ihc movement of Imvel has been so great tliroiigli cmy-nra very small pcrccnlngc ol tho returned soldiers. The Canadian Pacific Hallway has already announced the ,olicv ot ils Katnral Ucsotirces Department will, rcjmrj 1 to readv-made farms for lifts soldiers Hriclly, ,1 h u. ecrloiu nreus-oiio containing some twenty-five irrigated forms will, buildings being at Coaldale twelve miles cast of Ulhbridge-will be set apart and laid out in cuilmilnl farms in various districts. .The farms will be leased, done at a total ciponsc in casli of and Membership have not been in keeping with tha otherwise healthy condition of the Board of Trade. special committee.was appointed in December charged willi the duly ot gelling these matters put in better shape for the future.' Their efforts have beer, very successful. The clTeclivc.nfe ot lhc work of the Board of Trade must depend always on the rolloclivc efforts of tbc members. Ine. ionrd of Trade is not a separate entity, and it cannot csist from yon and me and the oilier fellow- farms in various insiricu. option lo purchase later on, lo approved soldiers who have had previous experience in farming; and Ibe Company will supervise and generally assist mMo.fanulics to Ilicnifclvcs fomforlably a.i tillers of llic soil. In.some suitable .ipplieanls will be lo go on the land and erect Ibeir own buildings, SSSssawaws'S'.srJ np nut- mo inovciiienu ui ,nm--i .v. c Lcihhrulge that oil many occasions all the hotel accommodation has been fully taxed. The Brewery has-done good in me of two per cent. Iwer and aerated waters; and a p.ift of Ihcir space nnd equipment lias now been lenfed for (liR cold of thus helping lo fill a long fell want for ihe Bummer slora-'e of the now considerable production of eggs erect tlieir own iniiiuings. "1 slates that "It is not' intended to do otherwise Ibaii adminrstcr farms, on a thoroughly businesslike basis, .or lo allow them lo IM taken up except by men who are earnest in their intention to try and make a success of farming ami wlm liav.i o ol Iho foundation" qualifications lo an exportation ol KKKI; TIIK UOMB Finvs 'It lias been incumbent lo indicate, even in record of a years progress in busmen, something, of what is'bein" done for us by the men who have gone from tins cily and diMriet lo lhc 'front. It would be'ft sad commcntarr on cur. iiieir nbsonce if Ihcy return we should hare Ihat niiv single one of us had not ilnne his besl (0 so forward lhc little material inlcrcsU of our conummily that our economic situation should be such that, it should be easy lor each o! them lo'fmd his workmanlike ulsw. It e.imo opj.ortur.e- ly the othor dav that Dr. J. C. Miller asked tins Board of Trade lo advUe Vilb him in ibis his of Director of Technical 1-duemion for nnr Province. Patriotism begins at _ Inirilinrr si.'ccess." the animal rejK.rt of this Hoard of Trade for ii was directed lo Ihc vital for inainlainin home and (bey told us to keep (he home fires hnrmng. Ke.Mwt fully snlnniltcd ny, (1. II. Puvvntcd nnd adopted al the Annual General Mccli..S ot tho Trml.-. 1Mb, 13 IT. ;