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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE LETIIBBIPOE DAILY HERALD Thurcday, Jiity'18. DAILY Iti) dIbr Th. Htr.ld pukllihlng Co., Ltd., iiwiii W. A. PHONfti' Btoptrtotwit 1224 T. W. QUAVLE Idltor JOHN PHONE: Circulation 1252 DAILY USSCBipTION RATH by null m.11 .........11.50 ..Bf..i raw siren. THt DAILY HIBALD FOB AT C- J. G. Co.; Co 1C H. North am. 1 B. .mnJ Atchlnaon Co.: W J, T TV wUalw BFOE Drug A Book Company. Fcrnle 3. Heal, Dl.monrf DlsniPDd Co B. .City The Jumleson Co., 705 Avenue. an ii! C. P. R. Traini THE WEEKLY. HERALD Published avtry Wednesday in or more wa of the wtflk.'ioctl.and district and contains i of 1 In advance 6 months in advance t months In advance 0 XE MORE! institution establish by the Laurier. government and slated for abolition by tbe Incoming Conservative government, be left as it is. The Labor Ga- zette was described as a fad of tbe "Hon' .W: L. King's which served EO good -purpose br keeping R lot of in Hue politically and U was said that the new Minister of Labor Gazette Stays the Medicine Hat he minister promised was 11 to sivi consideration-to the that a Labor Gazette correspondent should Tj'eTocateir'at Medicine Mr. Cro- thers the matter as well as the general work of the Gazette, giv the slightest.intention of doing. _____ _______ .__. with that... very useful publication. would nitike short 01 it I One more tribute to tho of s.eAm. .to. .be. the! tlie'Liberal administration is given-by {.case. The other day when Hon. .T. fa Conservative successor. What Saskatchewan Intended THE RKGINA. INCE com mentmg on the Saskatchewan election'result says: "What the twolvo mouths of'the year Instead of -three. t, ._' 11 .Time "passes'' isn't a iiioineut too early to'plun for dec-ora- tions for the visit of the Governor- and tho other big ovents which are to: make ;Lethbridge tho lueoca of tliousiinds" of visitors this coming summer end.' One of outstanding .Features of the Saskatchewan elections- Is t'ho great popular majority .given the Scott government, lu nearly every constituency the Liberals were elect- ed with rousing majorities while the few opponents elected barely more thau squeezed through. Tho stories of railway companies organizing to penetrate the new ter- ritory to lliti north of Edmonton should- be good news-to' all parts o1'1 the pToviiiceT iT oiJ'bn- Ing of u coiiutry wllil, viisl 'opportun- ity for-tho frade'of the south as well 'us north. .Acting Premier Porley is boiiiB bonibiirdod with com plaints beeiuieo civil service cominltisioners won't allow a bunch of students to got easy jobi at 'the country's expense during vacation. Why should the country Uiivc to pay for uuuycessary clerks just because students object to work- ing in the harvest liolii. Tho city council did well not to be aiHpeded 'in the 'matter of H.U inves- tign-tion. The Herald bellevcB that any deficiencies existing are t lie result of the system rnther than of graft or inefficiency. 'Hie conference with the departmental heads should bring out the weak auots and .give the Rldcrmch an. of whore re-organ- izaiion is necessary.- Good Farming Pays (aarraansay-'SunV The condition of the crops pros- cut are a good demonstration of the difference between good and bad farm ng. The crops on spring plowing and breaking are easily: three weeks ahead of (lie crops put in on stubble, t pays to -farm your land. The Saskatchewan (Winnipeg Tribune) Reviewed from every standpoint of mportiince, -y-asterday, so ar as the west is concerned, is grati- -iag." H demonstrates Jtb 'the east bat this" country does uot'propose ave its progress retarded, and i ands tied high ti ffs making ght. The west is 'overwhelming favor of '-reciprocity' and largi narkets, and will take' every "o -ortunity-To malte its feelln'gn know ntil the t'ederar government reco the logici" of the 'situation an rants us t be'relief which by right iirs 'farmers will do when they discover the government has ao power tb ftleal 'with this question (recipTOcityJ 1 remains to be een The Regma organ, has a very, poor -'opinion' of-the tntellieence of the" Sas- katchewan electorate W e _don t be one of the voters had any idea rthe" Scott gfie them reciprocin but thej did believe was that by voting for tliaJ. government adherenco .to the: Liberal policj of larger markets the} would ;let Mr. Borden know that: his return power at the dictates of; the big opposed .to this fair trad-e measure, -has made Saskatche- wan.stronger in its determination, to i get justice for itself and the otht provinces of the west. And by tl: the, geiieral course of the Coi servatiye party at, Ottawa since' i came to' power had much to do wit the reault.i' The people of Saskatche wan were, convinced that a govern ment which tried to kill the car dis trlbution Clause oE the ac put a dub on rough lumbcran even evidenced i of nlth the com nion people m as stance Afr Haultain had time and ;again during the campaign that his_retunr to povier would ma Borclen and in thus tving himself "up -with, the Dominion alienated thousands of voice. in Saskatchewan was.-a repudiation.'of. the. Dominion government, pure and simpJe. Reciprocal Educational Recognition C CHEMES ulilch tend to promote Imperial imltv bj doing with distinctions which have in them something of separatist elements are to be welcomed. In keeping with this new is the suggestion put for Mr. chief inspector of schools, of Toronto, at the Imperial Teachers' Conference now held io London It was there urged him that ieachers of an> aatlonal or nor mal college, or "holders of any recog- nized university within the Empire should receive reciprocal recognition. That is to that teachers holding the necessary qualifications, should he eligible to fill positions in any, part "of the Empire, no matter in what re; cognized institutions of the United7 Kingd9m-pr, of the Overseas Domin- ions ha-ie recened {heir diplomas or their tralnine. It should not bc: sene as a passport cf educa cttainmenc in any part of the British lealm in which anj of its sub jects 'may fiud themselves in for the time being. Reciprocal recognition of teacher! tfiH help gieatly in the ulti mate adoption of to serve aa a mark tha hie educational attainments aie on a par who has simi lar grade in the British isles, in Aus tralia-'. or in South Africa and vice This scheme could be put into practice, so far ,as elem eritary: and education 'is the difficulties'for its A Piscatorial .Preacher (Peterboro. -Hoylew-) In the course of his Sunday cvenin address, miiidfuU o-f the evening, was brief, Pastor Coucl speaking: from his text, dropped int the vernacular, and referred to ih noble tirt of FUbingf is now a timely pasUuie, and source exertion, often pleasure lie said that-' some eminent autbor ity on'the directmenfc of -catching three rules as helpful to sue cess: out of sight; sec ond, keep further third keep completely out of. -.sight. It L infened that the djsclole of IE Walton refcrred-to.essays In catching the nimble the .vigorpm maskinonge. He further. the thought'thai would enhancer's chances, it-he musically -inclined; If so it in- dicated a cheerful disposition, one of hopefulness and optimism He would flch lightly and ioUnglj not-sullenly, and with poise and ..clam- or, and whence, did catch a fish in- stead of heaving if; through; the tree ops into the- it ..was garneied with affectionate gentle iesa as a capture .These metaphors of the sport were; ihen ap- ed to the catching of the vhole making -an ..Interesting: dl ourse for warm weatberr hearing necessarj prodded other Are j substitution cannot be great equal, Uiat there should be an ohli gatory formal course in any particular Institution" before a British 'teacher is allowed to carry on his profession in any purt of the Empire to which he belongs The adoption of a measure which will tend to place education on a gen- eral plane, and prevent it being cir- cumscribed by purely .toca'. needs would appear desirable. So far aa the public schools, in 'the generally accepted nicaning of the wqrds, are concerned, .the creation of a uniform standard in the grading of the differ- ent classes in all schools of .the Em- pire would be productive of good. It The' so-called public schools of ;the British Isles are of course institu- tions in a'class of. their own, on H different footing to those in any part of the clviii7ed World, and so long as they remain as they are they must necessarily preserve the features for which they.have been founded. But in the-British.Isles.there are likewise schools .carried on by public funds similar to those in other parts of the Empire. It is .with these and theh con temporaries throughout the Over- sens Dominions with which we are and in which a uniform grading and recognition of teachers prove beneficial, OUR POINT OF VIEW .weatliei-' for Sunny Alberta crops9 It will soon be time to start guess fng "Howard Tail realli Mill be beaten Jt Jg noy; the eighteenth of ami 'the-firstjso'd has yet to be turned for the new post office promised Loth "bridge this >cnr ural manufacturers and now nat- one of It's attractions to seekers And ft nil] bavo a mighty big in fl If one half the stones about tho naval program are true Mr. Borden will need to -appeal tb Iho Country, The-bill would run up into the dizzy millions. H. 13. Bennett is showing hia eBpec- iM] to become an Imper- ial -by firing all the Grit officials In his riding It tastes big men-'tp'ihine in the mother of par- Hflinents, Nunton creAnieryis paying out n ncek io putrons What more pol- cnt nrgumcnt ncctfcd in favor of mixed Urtning. it me a us inoney The Popular Majority {Regina Leader) Tiie Tejegram, Conserve tue high proteciionUt, seeks to soothe the jarred feelings of. itself and party supporters in the big interests strong hold in it has its home 03 at feeling to rhat the in the Saskatchewan that rccipiocitj sentiment Heie Is on tho wane. The Telegram "In- the '.federal elections ceive a rude awakening, one that will he quite tfK distinct a shock'HB it re eeJved when it learned of Tremicr Scott's sweeping victory. (U b( course, imjiossiblc to say as yet'what the Liberal 'majority will be, as all returns are not vet to hand, but that it will .'be almost as large. If in fwc't not larger, than was the case." last September sfrems to be almost a cer tainty. Liberal majorities of MO, -100 and- 500 are not uncommon -piui iu numerous instances they are "consid- erably larger. Here aro a I few of them Arm River 600 Cannington 500 Ksteyan 547 Francis '400 Hanlej H-l Ilumboldt 721 Kerrobert DOO Last Mountain 500 Pheasant Hills .302 Redberry 500 Regina Citj OJ Saltcoats SOO Wadeiia .175 Weyburn 500' There are no Consemitive majori- ties in the half dozen seats that'party succeeded in holding TO offset these big figures. Mr. Haullain himself scraped through with "only-20' votes to the good whereas in 190S he had 80S; majority. J. A. McDonald Ih" North Qu'Appelle has only majority where he had .142 in 1308. Wheii the is the Leader proposes to pubJish the: figures in detail as' 'soon as 'they are will he-found that there' has been no falHiig" off-in'reciprocity sentiment, but riitber the reverse. The eastern big interests will be even'more foolish than-they have n! ready shown themselves to be If .they -enteVtain ihe delusion that-the west is not its'de- mand' for freer" mar- kets. Here are three good ones Three Lots Corner on 71 h Avc. S, (London llond) mu'sit be sold at Victoila Pint, water, sower, and electric 14th SS.lSputh, fjclnit coat; a- splendid lite (or three good bouses. Cm be Lid for i snap or short time Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone. 1212 Joke' Shut Out the They were on 5wiUerland ,nd _had that day ..braved, allidangers nd ascended one h'igljest points n the He was very [at and as, hq'.-stQO anting and mopping his at th op of the mountain he. turned lo..h fe and said, with pathos >in h oice 'See, dear, how, small one is in th ace of the immensity.of nature, 'Small, answered his be er half Whjf jourp standing i of me 'hiding the whole of Moh lauc and the best part of -the va Sentine her the the l popular An far as ran be the Inconi plete majoritlca at present available the popular majority for Scott who based his campaign on reclprocitj, !B about one-third of the 'September fig- ures, being at present about The Toronto Telegram IB due to re She Got the Decision Jn a recent debate at' school the woman'suffrage am n'flnirtnt .was under discussion. Ut would be unwise to give 'n-qmai tbe declared a budding -Dahie Webster, in attacking the proposition Women could not be relied upon 1 exercise good judgment in She .changes her mind 'far too o_ften Hie speaker uas a joung wo man She arose and cast a pit: glance at 'her opponent, 'I should like, to ask my honorable she cooed sweetly, "if he ever tried to change a woman's inind once it was made, up9 Tbe young woman got the decision Citv Siar NYAL'S S Wliou you 'sec (lie name Xynl's pii a lamily ienird> j ou can be biuo of three (.lungs, PURE INGREDIENTS, SCIENTIFIf CALLY COMPOUNOEP. FIRST SECOND THIRD IT NYAL'S S0UI and Guaranteed by Red Croii Drug Book Co., Ltd. THlHn AUrunc Ami-rLj Anything, you Buy With thl a chop pi ice We also have stock of Tnbos nhich i uerlflce, ;