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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETnimiW.K UAI.LY HERALD y LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD OICEUIER i ty (N L.thbriiJjt Htrild Printing Go-, every law- fvl ivtvlng at lla office. Sixth Street, Lithbrldje, Canada, PHONIS And NtMi 12S4 W. A. BUCHANAN Uinjgmg Dircctcr T. W. QUAVLE Warning Editor 'JOHN ClrcuUtlQ.i Aid Jcb 1252 -DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear delivered...... J4.00 1 year, by mail i moaUt, delivered 12.00 0 months, by J 1 months, bj- rasil......7Sc 3 months delivered 1 month, by mail 2Ec. av oftfrn a? "ieslred. bill toth new acd old dirtKea rautt liven. THI DAILY HERALD FOB SALE AT Bros. Vancouver World News Co.; News Shop, 445 Street Xews 705 River SMe '.A venue, Grassy Lake Hotel.' Kemp .Co- hen News Agency. Book and News Store, IPS A Sin Are.. West; .World News Co. Plusher Station Edward Bead.. St. Co. (Kuoi- News Co. .ted Cross Drug Bcok Store; J. O. Rob- ertson Co.; Jacfcsou Co.; Alexandra ple's Drug Store; Kenny Allin; LMhlridge Hotel Cigar Empress Baf- fet Lunch. Diamond D'Aro. Medicine Hat Asslnlbola Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mur- phv Co.; Cranbrook Booi Company., XCWB Company. McCrea; Mitchell Drug Co........ THE WEEKLY HERALD -T lied ew.T In clfiht or mife tvcces, anfl contilns -rummary of the news ol local and'diElrlct- imdrance ,6 montht in A COLLEGE COURSE FOR .CIVIC .OFFICIALS'-. -V'.'THAt THE SAYttCG .that no'one is'J6p fid {o'tearn'is 4 recently been shown addition of college students to the ..University of. Wisconsin, -favors and. other cily officials --'from cbu'rle'm gbvcirti- -merit, to learn how to run their own cities. The grouplOQfrpi -men is such as were never before seen on the campus, and in the university... AinongsMhe mojit.cansfucudusiof Iriiiilrivlor 'i'n- fKlinilvi-iii'iis. (.1 I'll 11. i.'-.-l '.'.ijor .Wi'li 1111 At- idea though hove! is certainly not a'bad oneV Civic ijo'v- 'rtiiini'iil in i'.1.. r. and there .is iio obvious reason reason should lo come in- .tuitiyely to at the .university is apparently it .wquW'be beriificiai in purpose BMsrwie IMH.I'.I-S x r.ihion urin-i il i: fofhi'-.llic'useful ;T..W-living UK, public Ih.iiK go fay'in'.theielection of muni- The facl lhai'so'and'so lias a'diploma cerj- in the higher flights of .civic government Y-'wijl have an added weight-in carryiBg-confidcii.ce with'tlic clect- ;.-Herejs fc -made for.profcressivenow: White' others wuJ j.oslponej, High River is looking to-Dr. Stanley, M.P.H. to make fioodl we act immediately. 'u a jure--election promise of a public bui'ltling. The doctor should To bo convitiwl of the utitily of a plan goes far lo make, it the success It has tlw saiue virtue as u iirtn belief'in I a ciiusft >N CLEAR THE DECKS ;IN A PLAIN-SPOKEN SPEECH', at ilx- J-'orwlry I WinnipCB. Mr. Yerc C. of tin- Caiuulihii Bank of Com- mcrec, made use of rcnnirks which might profitably be con- js-idercd'hy all conventions. As lie put it- it'will iw longer do }o jhold conventions, agree to matters'on which .action is urgently [called for, and tlien for members aUeuding lo return to daily occupation, leaving the president and the secretary IcJ forw- ially commuuicale a few resolutions lo ministers of''govorinnentni departnients. Most governments .are, said the speaker, like some well-intentioned business ineu; lliey may agree tlia't action along certain lines is going to be desirable at some lime, but il 'is in- dellhilely deferred becausb other matters .engross So to effect prompt action it would be to follow up resolutions by .the adoption ma'cinnery lo press instantly for'any desired legislufion, for necessary money gratis, and to provide the Wccssary -organization lo render legislation fflccliyc. Those who have followed Mr. Brown's have shout for a share oMlmt Hfty million s'urplus( H.K to be regretted thai ralepaycrs in school secUoui jusl eaf l of Hie city should disagree as to' Hie location of" a 'site. The school should be located as near Hie centre sis'possible'unless the population is all on one tnd of the seclion. T. Ar or two ago'Battlcford was incorporated u city, and John Jameson M'hiskev th VAhty ii'ulcd Ihot he was careful to disabuse tlie of his froiu' the'way of criticism his remarks Way have inij plied. conniion with'others he was niucji iuipresscd'wilh.J.hi; brctttUh and aelivities of the association. "gpesMl will he freely accordeil lo lhat bpen primarily rcaponsihle thai .has been beneficial in Ihe. conservation.jiut'lufegiiaViiing'bf mllie educating of the io'Oicir import- Without, therefore, waking any particular reference lo'the Forestry" convention, the line of aclion.refcrrcd to-by Mr. Brown apply" 16 all conventions. Thiit is not to rely wholly on outlining a campaign, but to actively carry it but after the close convention, or, to use the speaker's simile; clear the decks for'.'action'. ;-_ FOR THE NON-ENGLISH, Wi'ARE IN-RECR1PT of a publication entitled "English-for the Non-English." Amongst the many Western problems is lhat of assimilating the .non-English races who conic to us: In Ihe'ypiiiig arrive''in" bub. Sre horn, liereV Ihc'edifeatioKafforded lii'us'ir vl.i: 'ac.toi; in helping HIM-, li'ivi'.. in, .11. d'-wJlH ine'tlimculties'Sv'hich v n! 'ii l> Citizens 'who. have succeeded in making homes attract- y the cultivation of trees should w'alch carefull fo t ive by the cultivation of trees should w'alch carefully for the pests said to bc.busy. injuring the poplar and coltonwood. The insect leaves a (rail easy to discover ami' prompt steps 'should he taken to stop 'its ravuges. The. famous Chatham once remarked, thai many'a man wlu> of crowd .one' day received their execra- tions the next. trip-to sell deben- tures Councillor MacDonnell of Macleod.lias-becn receiving exe- crations- Will (he rule be revcrswrnqw, and tfheh the successful seller of blonds re'lurns, will he receive tire clicers? Time will-tell. of Labor I le ration secures Socialist Knight's efforts to 'disrupt Alberta Feder; abor failed. How an individual of this'man's calibre sc 'i-s'ht'l iiii'. lirolil- m I'f !h IliH Here l-.t .1' li list is iilii lor !i In r d'Mi'.-, il ti> t'i' iii i-.'.V.hin'.; in iv -vlTii Others Think flnds (hat the United States do cot make .They and Can- ada havo number of victims for' this' This IE great- ly tmfiiit' vflcii Ullfi- 3.H rutenftn; wlti a-lUure.of John Jameson Whiskey way manajre ot Sow the "rait- to tk. isi'rV''. pifrrel dossa't talk'. Thifii" Juj'f'Khi.' eitra (or IL-.'-'' come here. Pooh! are'sin'iirl folk that your is- norance. not one'ol their smell of Pele liele. T J Much Arfo About "Nothing 1'byslci fntwot- 'long-wind- ed And BOW, wvUeneti, itl x weals -_.; 'Sleepy Voice All thii for.'ttothlnfl A "If It wain't luncli- says a wouldn't have when she goej But' every marritd'man ItopiV What and'only secondarjy tea.cicr; jfhips (q get a pull over June comes round., "_ commis-T when i1-. irllo Mr. Black" pld'ces emphasis ojh.tlie Kindergarten '..'i It'js a popular" D'ellVfJ foitered by Ziianj- .careless that (be rall- r6adsvoy the. United St'a'ies areopcrat- 're'cklessneas kno'ira no-, world and lhat the I1. c'6 I: cheerful .'.-.I i rtailroad j- k' iiu.! pedejstrians i j 11.. i s are i1. j M iV1 J.1! t :ar.'.-i i jfi'slitlyjie.'helo .oa Victona; i.W.-Ap- Pgo'diKuenu, M far alate- rau-oa.i 1.1 tcm- ...'ij- or the fa'talltlei at ili. na4-i .no '---.'M l-.. ilaUy l IT .n mind ;j iiir i act.- fjl_ liar. reccvrdi ol are "'certaJuly. no of 11 putzjjd-'aa a f'ocj i Tjlbjiae, "Why do they call .tUe ..mammoth i IMS iiii.s' "V kc ia iteamthlp, wMci jij t'Ain't I n.! manv. ma on goini to iot afrali ti. "1 wa little 1 went to. the ta .THE EASTERN AND WESTERN WAY felTnife CITY OF at'thc present Unic keenly inter- 'esicd in the civic government, -The citizens have forriteifa league, arid the'question which is'exercising (hem is this cily shall have a single.body of controllers, orishal! ihe i (hi: method the yefb'is'taken' as the hearl of the sentence, and! the clear undersla'nding'of il by the child is thus The writer refers-closely lo.the diiTicullies4 which''art.'th- counlercd by ;rs the confusion of and'pV U and t, v, f and'w, and so on. Sometimes a .whole series of errors, will a'n'se from the'habit .which the child has acquired of holding his vocal organs in, a genera! position suitable for speech in his mpllter suitable for English faults 'caii be counteracted by patient, kindly.and untiring Word-building .-'anil sentence-building JBIack advises, should be employed ambhgsl pupils by the supply wliolc" words, and .Ire further reconmicntk full ings.- go thoroughly into' Mr, Black's volume'.wbuM erljail a great deal of space; but it is'o.he which'should be" read not'only, by those are engaged in teaching foreign cliildren; but well deserves (he educational aulhprilies. That tliero is need of'much improvement in methods'of training whose .calling brings Diem; particularly (raining teachers, lion for. of T; _ school work The latter; "This is'an a. ilait the ai K.UJeire More, throwing a 'wtoifid the fffunlaln." -Inlo" laughing "Lucia.' caogk t a rir little worottt.'.' "Intpluntarfty ca.oiit fft.i a 3 MAP SHOWING THE AND ALONO THI T. 4 ff wttWi tn ffjfM.ier reflecte'd'clwerrallj-.'' "sht ifJKenttt on Kairjc. Actwr- isao." V ''The. young, couple drifted togeth- er." x. N. B.-A Wltoij.- ;