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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 1 KUHBRIDUt. 1) A HE It ALB JULY 11.J914 T r ._' fgiKsf" gH I -.j'-l, r- r J SECTIONAL VIEW OF THE CUNAR RD LINER AQUIiANIA CAPT. KENDALL'S WIFE-A TENSE LISTENER to improve the teachers in afbllity teach such subjects as agriculture, gardening, naturs study, art, mantia! and'household arts, the ilihister of Education last year direct- j ed that a summer session be'orgahized at the provincial univer-( shy. -The responsibility -for its or-j gaalzation was placed on Dr. J. C. JliUery, the principal of the normal school at Camrose. .EigEity teachers attended and profited greatzy, whila .at Uie same time they thorouglily en- joyed their summer's work. .session caused the Minister to provide for'expansion "liiis Dr. Jae. C. .Jlilier, Pro- vbicLiI Director of Technical Educa- tion, was placed in charge of the work The. attendance this year, -if the inspectors and members of the etaff are included will be two hun- dred. Over one hundred additional teachers have asked to foe enrolled, but the legislative appropriation for the work was not sufficient to make it possible to adroit thorn. .forty of the eighty who al- t-ended last year are returning for ad- ditaonal work in the various" subjects. The school inspectors wi-Il be in at- tendance this year to gee in close touch with the new work being given the teachers, so that they may have a relationship to the work' of-the teachers in toe field in these subjects, From no less than S6 different cen- tres are the teachers coming. Ed- monton district contributes "JO, Medi- cine Hat and Redcll'T 16, Lethbruige and Taber 14. Red Doer 6, Camrose and Raymond districts K, the Crows Pass 7, Stottler 4, Edson 4, and from some seventy other one or more are coming. t The enrolment by courses is 33 fol- lows: Preliminary Courses 1u Agri- culture 120, Advanced Course in Agri- culture 44, courses in Nature Study 02, In the Manual Training Courses 74, aaa In the Ar: Courses 105, in tlie Domestic 'Science Ccursea 64 ant1 -in the Physical Training Courses Tiiiti bennfit to 'Oe derived- from ai.- at these" Bossions IQ not lim- ited to that of morn cfftdent work these subjects. I-c ia a sjjlesdld In- teaioctual, profeaslonal and social ton- ic, especially for thoso teachers who 3mve been teachias iinaller town and village schools and in the THE LATEST EASHIONS'DIRECT FROM PARIS of Uie Italian military'cloaks, which have, gained rapid The sketch' was made in the courtroom in Quebec, white Mrs. Kendall gaUery tvafched her husband give. evidence. Jjhe remains in con- .tint attendance at the investigation. She is an English lady dndliasteMd T to Canada bv ifae first ship available after the sinking qf tie- Empress, to he by her husband's side in his great hour oE Montreal Star, comfortable motor. city, where the declaration of Independence was sign- ed, was favored with the presence of President Wilson on July 4. An enor- mous crowd' greeted him when he spoke in front of Independence Hall, the same building in which the declar- ation was signed. one-teacher.rural schools. It is an ex- cellent means whereby teachers com- ing irom other provinces or from the Motherland and holding full Qualifi- caticns may be brought into real touch with their fellow toa-eivsrs in tne province and with the departmen- Judge Jackson Makes Big Re- duction as a Result of Appeals Mat'lp.od, Julv. 11. The reserved judgment' r." judge .lackson, who heard the assessment- appeals .by scy- j eral of the Maclaod ratepayers, is I now to hand and in every case His, Honor has decided the assessments 1 arc hr too huh. The average reduc- I tkn amounts to fifty per rant, oi the 1 value, and in some cases has ilt-cn rcj'jced to The text of the long written judg- I menl is to the effect that the assess- of touch with the general spirit and jin time .dominating purpose and the educa-! Passion. 1 tional policy of the province. f a boom or of Settling Candidates' Fate The sub-examiners are now busy reading Grade VIII. departmental ex- amination; papers at the Central Bcnool. A considerably larger num- ber of candidates wrote this examina- lion this year. 20 that the work of: franclin s lot not likely, be completed to 000. i The result oi .the juiignient- that in future the assess n-.ent of the town will have to bt considcra'bly reduced and the rate cor lYaiiuiKliiigly increased. The inost notable mad in the assessment were D. J. urier' lot en Second avenue irom Sfi.BOO ti D. J. drier's lot on IGt! fron; to SI.500. J Ith street iron inucb' before the enn of nexi Ail papers from Southern Alberta have been sent -to Inspector J. F. Wetiaklwin. wlio is chair- man of the examination committee Ji'rs. A. M. Campbell's lot on 19t street lictwcen He-Cozid uml Tliir( avenue from to anil .1 Krau'iilin's lot on strcat, east lictwcciC 7lh and Slh avenues Iron man or me examination there, while the papers [rum the north-1 are examined at the Lcthcridj centre.. Calgary and Edmonton city COLLAR centre. Calgary and Edmonton city irnTm BTr and thus a I if I 'A Ihoroughly impartial examination is '.secured. The resul'" wiii probablj- bo lecured. The wiii nrubablj- i pabllshed. .BV. the "department of Edu- cation carty'is-T-Aiignst. The- exami.i- ilng commiueo sittins at Lethbridise of Jiefesrs. C. E. Poasiey, .1. T. Cuylerj Medicine Hat; C. 11. Weir, Bull's Head; Thorpe, ReilclifJe; Utt, Grassy Lake; Sutton, Macleqd; Bed- dome, Pinchcr; Kelly, Bellevue; lack, 'Coleman; .Mur.rdo, Stirling; Smith, Raymond; Scott, Masrath; Thurber, Uardalbn; Murray, CarmKn- gay; Grnnmn; alec Sr. HyerH, LcthbrlUse Separate school, and nd Rcbertsoa L'aivson. The commit- ee alreany elected having made pre- minan' invessigation, came to ..the onclusion it wqulii be wise forma'ily o appoint an advisory committee with he usual powers: and, inter.- alia, with he object of sending one or more members, to Canada with a -view to independent judgment on tie as to the value of the com- pany's "assets. it is Vprdposea .that a. committee shall then go carefully into the whole position involved in tUe scheme of finance. The shareholders n-Ul having regard to the fact that the value of the company's assets cannot yet be definitely ascer- tained, confine its attention to the ap- pointment ct a committee. The Southern Alberta holders are warned any organization Tanned to act inde- pendently of the official receiver. ORANGEMEN IN CALGARY Over iHtv -loyiil OrangemcTi oniba part in'-the 'parade'this attcr- hocn: The two' LclhbriiiKc" loagcs, the: Myrtle, 2SH, and South, '1066, were well ar.rt were accompan- ied by the "Worshipful- Masters, J. Spence of 2311 aud'T.Tr. Haines of leiili. The Orangemen's 1'and also ac- olav in the at the xl liis train, but he .expects to n some good work In the mean- for he, left this afternoon for he'will organize a YALE MAN SIGNS WITH. .PITTSBURG N'cw Haven, Conn., Jiily J. t-'alsey, Yaie Gtltfielder, who "was graduated last moniil, signed with, tbo ;Pitisbui-g Nationals today. He batn PROMINENT AD MEN f AMERICA SPEAKING AT CONTENTION IIELB IX TORONTO Risl-fto W Morloy, Electro Light Co.. New 1 ork City, Minneapolis" HA Gatthel, Champion Engraving Co., Philadelphia; Vincent. Price, St.- Louis Advertismg "k. R. 51. S. Co., bt. Lo.ilh. m of Ensravci FIFTY; SUFffBAGETTES ABKEHTED Jennings and dow. J.elhbriute schools. Brail- 501J7'rieRN ALBERTA LAND CO SHAREHOLDERS NOT TO DEAL WITH -INDEPEN- DENT ORGANIZATION London, .Inly circular ha1) been issued by the Western Canadian I Land Co., proposing that the share- holders' committee to be appointed on Tuesday shall consist of B. II, Culli- bortson, Otto liilsbaberf, A. 0. Miles I. or uom, en'ta the alatlon. ipcliidliiK Mrs. I'onUlimii Bought to meir way Into I'alaco grounda-nrty atettcs ;