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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta l�AG]E FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' ietbbnbLje Ibevalb aLetbbrlDoe, HlKerta t)Al'LY AND WEEKLY Rates: Subscription Dally, delivered, per yc;ir Dally, by mall, per year . Weekly, by mall, per year TELEPHONES Business Office ......... Editorial Office ......... VV. A- Buc'naniin Managing Director ......SI.OO ......$3.00 ......$1.00 1252 122-1 John Torrance Business Manager Your King and Country Keed You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Witli the aid of Italian troops, wlilch have effected a junction witli tlip Albanians, it is liopod tliat tlio Austrian advance Into Albania may be checked to a great extent. On the west front n determined of-lenslve by the German troops Is said by Berlin to have sained several thousand yards of trenches from the Frencli, but later French reports are to the effect that the German attacltfi are complete failures, save in one email locality. More rioting has talien place before the German consulates in Switzerland, and many arrests have been made. Lloyd-George in an Interview In London, makes the statement that for the allies the war is only beginning, but he Is confident of victor}-. THIS IS A DUTY NOT A CHARITY There^. should be a ready, response to the appeal of the committee for special funds for the relief of soldiers' families until the Kilties go into bar-ncks, when their f�miiies will be entitled to both separation allowance pud Patriotic Fund payments. It may seem peculiar to many that liethbrldge Patriotic Fund committee cannot meet the needs of the few families involved out of the great �fund donated in the recent campaign. But it Is pointed out that veo' strict rules must necessarily govern the dis-biursemeut of this fund. These rules cannot be broken for special cases, for it is held that if a departure from the rules is allowed in one case, there �would be other cases equally deserving cropping up everywhere, with the result that the distribution of the fund would be in a state of chaos. There have been many calls on the nurse lately. It is true, but the care of the dependents of our soldiers in training is a duty, not a charity, with ! those of us who have not taken up The Royal llamiHou Yacht Club will have a new clubhouse. The Holnbech family, of Cobourg, has live nicnibcr-s, brothers, wearing the King's uuitorin. Charles Taylor, of nienhcim, was cicclcd president of the Norlh 0.\-ford Conservatives. MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 191fi Education Law in k/iberia Outlined (M'inuipeg Free Press). PJve the tinmicroscopii! ove could liuvu sen tliii youthful ideas shootiuR yosto: layv aftbrhoon at the Press dub, \v\m\ the members nntectalnc:i lion. J. B. noylc, minister of education )r Alberta. Special guests in- vited istor ]to meet.him were llcputy Min-Metchor, nr. nuuiel Mclnlyre, Tlie jiomc of Hon. C. S, Ilynian, of London, was robbed of $6,000 In jewelry and $155 in gold. Judje Uiuvoii, of Stratford, suggests "that all militia regiments be disbanded while the war Is on. Hon. Walter Prittaiu Dickson, .Speaker of the New Hrunswick Legislature, dierl at .Atoncton, aged 67. Alajor-dcncval Sir Saiu Hughes vis. ited Pctcrboro, delivering a vigorous recruiting address in tlic armories. Uc,j;ina custnins collections were $(i.i3,!iia in I!)],'-, against $332,023 in 1911. VJegina Collegiate Board has ellcct-, I'd n reduction of $5000 in this year's iostiniate.s. Preside.It Wilson will soon recommend the enactuicnt of legislation providing for a permanent tarift com-nii.>ision.' Waterloo township ratepayers have asked that the Hydro radial bylaw be submitted again as soon as possible. Ottawa council has promised StiO,-000 and the civil servants $100,000 toward liie $100,000 patriotic fund to be raised. Percy Snider and Fred Lambert were drowned while skating at Port | Colborne. The latter was married and a soldier. and D-. W. A. Mclntyrc, Mrs. A. A. Porry prcsUlctl. . Kn"tl ustiisiii appeared to be Mr. Hoyle'k middle name, us he elucidated thi) vayioiLS Bch8n;os tor bringing up Albcrti's ohildren in the way they .should go, and when he had concluded it was before an audience convinced that ignorance, tar from being bliss, was an  impossibility in the western province. Alberta had looked over the educational situation in the other provinces and had copied here and there where desirable, an(l where she hail peculiar problems she worked out llt-ting solutions; Today she had si com-imlsory education law that worked as well in the country as in the city, a one language system and that language English, one standard tor teachers and every teacher up to the standard, school boards that stayed on tjic job or were politely replaced by an otlicial trustee, uuparatc and public schools both answerable to the same inspection, and private schools reijuired to come to the standard or be closed. As an auxiliary the department of education had taken over the school libraries and those wore now supplied from one head, under the advice of a competent committee. Another Reform Urged "One more big reform I ask for Alberta'and for the whole of Caaa-ada," said Mr. Hoyle, "and that is that children be rctjuired to stav in school one or two veais longer. They leave now at 14 or 15, whereas one more year or two would so much in- "Frull-a-tlves" Is the Standby in This Ontario Home ScarL.iN-u, Out., Aug. 25th, 1018. '' /7/V wi/e was a martyr to Constipation. Wo tried everything on tho calendar Nvithout Ratisfuolion, and spent large sums of money, until we luipi>oned on 'Frult-a-tives'. Wu have used it in tho family for uliout two years, and wo would not u.so anything else as long as wo can got "Fruit-a-tivcs." J. W. HAMMOND. "ii"ROIT-A-TTVi':S" is made from fruit juices and tonics-is mild in action-and pleasant In taste. 50o. a box, (i for .f^.ijO, trial size t'5c. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fmit-ft-tivos Liiailed, Ottawa. NO INDIGESTION, GAS, OR SMCti MISERY IN FIVE imiNue "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" FOR SOUR, ACID STOMACH, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPSIA. � Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress wilt go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or bolohlng of _.......^ _____..... gas. acid, or oructatlona of undigested crease" their power to lie wVthv'd "o di/.zinosa, bloating, foul zens as well as their earning capac-  breath or headache. ity." This reform, he hoped to accomplish soon, fspecially when women wore ontranohiseri, as they would help much in raising public sentiment to back such a step. "EtTiciency in the administration of a dqpartnient of education," the minister stated, "promised two things. Pape's Diapepsln Is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomaclis. It is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion .omedy in tho whole world, and besides it is harmless. MlllioiiB of men and women now tut their favorite foods without fear they know Pape's 731apep�ln will Dr. J. Standish, a physician, ot j J^^t^.ourui admitjistrat^o^^ Palmerston, aged 75, has ofScred his services to help keep the enlisted boys in good health. "I'VE GOT A HUNCH THAT SOMETHIN'S COMIN' OFF ROUND HERE SOON."-Cartoon by Moyer. combatting stories In the American press which gain credence from just such cases as the present one. Publicity is a cure for many evils, and though the cure may sometimes hurt, the end generally justifies the means. King or Kaiser-wlilch? Now's the day, and now's the hour! legislature next month. Alberta doesn't believe in doing things by halves, especially after the way the women of the province have taken hold and made things go since the war started. Germany's press agent, who has been claiming marked Teuton super- now gives less daily bread for a dollar, the iiiveblor wniita more for lending a dollar. This is shown by the fact that the Dominion and Provincial governments and other borrowers have had to pay more for loans in the last few vears than they had around 1900. , On the basis of the^ present purchasing power of the Canadian dollar, lorlty over the allies in the air, is | an Investor who bought a 30-year bond decisively answered by Harold Ten-1 'f IS'JO, makinsj a similar purchase ! today would expect something like Your King and Country need you now. Every man is needed, peace talk, are needed. -Men, not |nant in the British house with the, following increase in the rate of j statement that 1227 British aeroplanes i interest: had crossed the German lines in the last four weeks as against 310 enemy machines to succeed in passing Brl- PUBLICITY THE CURt IN SUCH CASES Exception has been taken in some quarters to the story told in Friday's Herald about the luckleiis young St. Paul boys who found themselves stranded in Lethbridge, and their es-periences here. The mayor goes out of his way to intimate that the facts have been purposely distorted. But in spite of his wrathy letter the main fact that the boys were vagged and ordered out of town, with not a cent to see them through, with the thermometer ranging round forty below, stands. The story told in the Herald was given In good faith in the oflSce of the American consular agent here. Tho Herald printed tlie story in the Binoere hope that it would rouse Southern Albertans to use, in future, a little more tact in handling cases of a similar nature, and we believe  we have done something that will head oft bull-headed tactics on the part of our oiileialB in future. Had the boys in this particular case drifted into Canada as floaters, and had they received their harvesters' wages only to waste them in an orgy on reaching the city, there would have been no question about their treatment. But Western Canada advertised In the United States for harvesters; we needed them; these boys came. They worked faithfully, and Were beaten out of their wages. They reached Lethbridge broke. If there is any good reason in tliose facts why they should be stigmatized, and allowed to get back to the States as best they could to toll their story, the Hei-ald fails to see it. Surely it would have been a thousand times better to use a little diplomacy and Bend our young American friends back to their homes with a feeling that, though they had had hard luck, Canada had reaped a mighty fine crop ViX\C^ Is a pretty Kood place after all. Narrow-mindedness has no place In the treatment of Buvh cases. A few dollars judiciously snent would have �produced �.resuUs such as narrow^ minded tactics could never produce. ' 'And It would save Canada's Immlgra tlon service hundreds of dollars In; That round trip to Berlin may be postponed owing to the blockade, but enough man-power can clear the way. Greece is seeking a loan from the Allies. That carries an important Blgnificance. tish lines. Evidently Germany claims rather than German machines are up in the air. WHAT HAS HAPPENED DOLLAR? TO OUR 1% in 1S99 should expect 5.95% now. in 1899 should expect 7.44% now. G% In 1S99 should expect 8.93% now. The following table illustrates some fiuctuations in the investment value of tlie Canadian dollar between 1905, 1910. 1914. and October, 1915, on the basis of the average wholesale price of commodities, as ascertained by tho Department of Labor: Henry Hornbcck, pre-emptor near Jasper, B. C, was found with both arms iinp on being of enforcement in the rural districts, i miserable-life is loo short-you are not here long, so inako your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest it; enjoy it. without dread of rebellion in the stomach, Pape's Diapepsln belongs iu^ your home anyway. Should one of tho family eat something whlcli don't agieo with them, or in case oi; an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangemeiit at day-i time or during the night, It la handy to give the quickest, surest reiloC known.-Advertisement. lethbridge was rather disappointed over the report tliat Edmonton was to be allowed to raise a Kiltie battalion. We had gloated over the honor of being the home of the only Kiltie unit in Alberta. But two Kiltie battalions are better than one, so here's luck to both. Even the premier's chair may some day be held by a woman, according to the outline of the women's suffrage bill to be introduced Into the Alberta (The Financial Post) The average individual is perplexed because the Canadian dollar does not buy as much as it did years ago, nor does it buy now as much as it did one year ago. In 1899 tiio goods then purchasable by one dollar today will cost $1.49. A year ago they cost $1.35. A record of prices kept officially enables The Financial Post to determine with accuracy the purchasing,power of the dollar. In July, 1914, the purchasing power had been reduced by 25.7 per cent., and In October, 1915, by 32.73 per cent., as compared with prices In 1899, so that at the dates named tho Kluivalent value of one dollar in goods was 74 cents and C7 cents respectively. For tile same reason that tho baker 4% 5% G% 4% 5% �% i% 5% 6% in 1903 equivalent to 5.20% now. in 1905 equivalent to 6.507o now. in 1905 equivalent to 7.80% now. in lUlU equivalent to 4.78% now. in 1910 equivalent to 5.9S% now. In 1910 equivalent to 7.17% now. in 1914 equivalent to 4.42% now in 19)4 equivalent to 5.53% now. in 1914 equivalent to 8.63% now. This is another illustration that gold is not wealth in itself, but simply a oommodlly like wheat or coal, and derives its value chiefly because It is a good means of exchange of other commodities, fairly easy to handle and hard lo get except by some such exchange. Capital Is symbolized by gold and demands its wages equally with labor-an increase in time of stress, a decrease when limes are slack. REMARKABLE PHOTO TAKEN B Y GERMAN AIRMAN FROM SKY Pictiiro taken by an observer aboard a German flying uiftomns cruising above Iho other Uormaii uoioplanu aooii Jn tUo'pUoto. Picture was taken in Norlheru' Franco. , Scotch woollen and hosiery manufacturers have announced a sutstan-tlal increase in prices owing to the scarcity of raw wool and dyes. Kft'orts to rescue the men mari^on-cd on Fire Island, Alaska, by the Cook inlet ice field, f-ailcd anain. The rescue party will make another attempt. Almand Varteboncoeur, 28 years old, is dead, and Henry Cassavant, 30 years old, seriously ill at his home in Woonsoeket, R.I., as a result of eating cream pulTs sent by special delivery through the mails to Cassavant at his home in that city. Alberta osteopaths will oppose the amendment to the Alberta Medical yVct to coinc before the legislature at the coming session, seeking to make a new classification of physicians, the drug culls and the non-drug cults. The deaths of two well known-residents of West Elgin are reported. Charles Patton, who built the first house at Dulton, died .it Dunwich at the age of 70. Frederick J. Payne, who had lived at Payne's Mills for eighty-five years, died at his home tlicre, atcd '89. In order to encourage the use oi Canadian hard wood for interior dec-, oration, Lord Shaughnessy has is-isucd instructions to u.se nothing but Canadian (or?st products in the slccp-ini�, parlor, dining and obsarvation cars and in the ofllce.s and hotel buildings  of the Canadian Pacific Railway company. 'I'hc site has besn chosen for the statue in Paris which is to be erected In roininemoratiqn of ICdith Cav-ell, the Ilriti.sh ni r ic who was executed in Delnlum. Tlie statue will bo erected in the TuilleriPB Ctardcn, at the ansln fronting Hue de fWvoli and Place de La Concor.le, one of the spots most familiar to Parisians and tourists. Farmers liank shareholders have lost again In tlii'ir appeal to tho courts.' Mr. .lustice Lennox sustained the finding of Hplcr:!e Mc\ni!rew and dismissed tlie anneals of certain shareholders, who argurd that the bank never was a bank legally, and therefore,' thpy Wtd not shareholders. Mr, .Jus-tle(.' Lennox's verdict nicin* that the 8)i�l'eho|dors will contribute their dou-hlo liability. One part of departmental work was devoted to the carrying out of this law. Then in each town and city a truant officer was aopointed, primarily by the town but subject lo inspection from the central olfice and reporting to that office. If unsatisfactory the central office had the power of dismissal and of a new appointment. Separate and public schools had the same system of compulsion. Work in Rural Districts In tlie rural districts work was _ _ _ sone about jvst as thoroughlv and ''---=....... with as thorough results. The' teach- do his best to .settle the trouble, li er reported not only on the irregular iie cannot he is appointed ofhcial attendance, but on families which had trustee and runs aliairs until the not enrolled the children. The cen- board is ready to he good again, tral offlco sent out a letter tactiullv i Sarr.e Pay as Men enclosing a statement of the law. The one mentioned had as many as triven ten days, the Icichec was re- 25 or 30 schools on his hands at one quired to send a follow up report. ! time. He also did his best to get Then was sent in a roKistered letter, tjachers for thcnv, visiting the van-und if the.parents failed to tee their ! ous normals, trying to get the right duty clear, the inspector was sent, Person for the place. Near the school and they were summoned to court; was the school house, so that the and fined. ' teacher lived by himself or herself. Added 'to this, school districts de- "He usually tries to geir men," said Boyle, "hecauE* of the loneliness ituation. Rut we have some )ut there and doing splendid-getting the same pay as the culties with bachelors Retting elected,men. ^. , . , to the school boards and then decid- The peculiar benefit ot the central ing they had no particular call to pav | committee buying the libraries lay in taxes to their � neighbors' children." I the reiluced cost and the bettor selec-Hcro if'the board refussri to carry on "ot'h technical books for the the school the department could ap-i'"achcr and English classics for the point an ofilcial trustee and carry it on for them.- Interest, great r.efore, was noticeably increasul when Mr. Bovle came to the administration of the schools in the foioign-born settlements. Alberta had appointed � man whose children were inclui!el. "We would like all Alberta chiktreil to be able to dream of lied Hiding Hood," said Mr. Boyle. MURDERER A SUICIDE .....- _____ ________ ____....... Sherbrooko, Ouo., Jan, 28.-George duty lav in organiziuK or holpins; tin , Ratenreed, who attempted suicide by Settlers organise these districts. For I cutting his throat with a'tazor after instance, one man W'ofi sent to a In ran lie liad murdered 12-.vGar-oId JIurtel Ruthcnian s-ittlomcnt. He organized , Pellison and attempted to kill her 125 schools and remained guide, phil-, mother at Bolton Contru on January osopher and friend, not to say father, '10. died yesterday In. the hospital to the whole outfit. It through some hnr(.\ ' agitator or just plain, oriftinal sin,: An Inquest wa3,,openod hist nighi, the school board fall down on their when tho police guards wero the o]xti> work, tho inspector can step in and , witnesses exani!:-'.cd. , need the streiigthening effects of a good tonic. IN% a la Quina du P6rou has been prepared with a view to perfectly meeting the requirements of just such cases. Its value i3 recognized by the Can?idian Medical Profession. It builds up the body, strengthens the vsystem and ' tones up the entire organism. Bi^ pottle Ask YOUR Doctor All Dru||^^^^^^ ;