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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. HATLY Saturday, .Inly 'LHHRRItiGE DAILY HERALD DICEMBSK 1H7 __ by Til. L.thbrUg. N.r.ld PUSIIihlno 0., Ltd I it Ito .fflo., Sixth Slrwl, Cethbrldae, AUi.rU. Canada "Department 1224 w.; A: BUCHANAN T. W. OUAYLE JOHN Bwilneii Manager .PHONE: Advertlilng Anti.'jpb. 1252.' DAILY ti I month. AfllverW I moatto 1 month 6 montha, by mail 1 month, bl null 1.1 ot v tlBO .JSc. I both oil DAILY HIRALO TOR tALI AT Book Sum; J. G. 4 Co.: Jackaon i Co.. Alex- andra. Hot.1; Piool" Store. Co.: R. W Jtamllton. Plnch.r CreeU-E. J. D McCrea estlake Druf Book .Company. Fernle B. Seal. M. Norlhim. Cranbroek, and t. Rflnecka. Drug Co Vir.couver, :B. Wide News Company. Brown Street Jamieson Xewa Co.. 705 Riverside Avenue. AUo on'all C. P. R. Train. THE WIEKLY HERALD Publlshod .overs- Wednesday In ws, of the week, local .ana dla j months In o .o sum man- of ta 1 sear In sdMinre 6 -noiths In Let the Names Shine IT IS HOPED that the Light Pow er and Street Rails aj Committee mil see 10 it, that the names of the street car ionics be placed on 't-he carsv in such a' way-that at night the lights nill shine through making them visible as the cars approach It-is not enough mc-elj to the different oojored lights distinguishing the routes vis ible. Only people aro residents of.the cily and familiar with the col- mean and be hundreds of people use 'the car's every- night who- are. strang- eis or neu comers "who can disting- uish only.'.by their names. Therefore, haye not onh dis- tinguishing colocs but also -the names printed.large.on glass over lights as Henderson Park, Leth bridge and Belt Line" 'Sis, watched fo'r street cars in a tirange cit; knous the ot this suggestion Mr. Cochrane's Trip OUR POINT OF VIEW Good luck to our football team in Us battle at Winnipeg1 for the Shield today' The suffragettes aro going tho best way about to get what tho want. I assisting to harvest and move t crops removes a big element of dou Now" It was only an aasr.ran of a sulllclent number of cars. lloideii is Ills' navy resolution. to baik on Probably before days are past lie will realize the Laurie'r policy of a Canadian navy Never pay liny attention to Hie kuoi'ker. There Is always a reason and It is generally found In tuo knock- er. Sixty or seventy miles flivay from a railroad. Doondale district toasts cf a KOO.OOO bushel; crop. It would pay a railroad -to hustle and get into that district Win 01 lose in the finals, the local football boys deserve ail kinds of ci-edt; for their splendid victories at Winnipeg. They deserve welcome on their return. rousing When a banker of the eminence of Sir Montagu Allan expresses satis- with the industrial and agri- cultural backing of Lethbridge, why should anyone else doubt? 'There isn't a man who needs to borrow but -Is -in hearty sympathy the agitation for cheaper money What nil would like to know Is where can it be obtained. The British Manufacturers hud on 6110 llttlo fiuilt co llud with Wcstl' Canada, mid that was dial there wo too inahy'tobacoo chewers iu the coll try. There can't be too 'ninny tor tl tobacco- manufacturers, though. anil every oilier clt should note "that tho monied b.lbe tho rice ot Ilieii waies on d mand and 1 be eld shou' hold out for the very best possib bonds and yet not against a stone wall. The Toronto Telegram berates Hai tnin fc-r abandoning R. U. Richardsc ex-M.P.. and taking up with Bob _. We'll bet the Telegram will se aralc itself from li. U when he co tests Macdonald, Manitoba, as a'roc procliy candidate. The farmer with stunted fields blames the newspapers for saying that there are bumper crops. The papers were not referring 'to the fireside far- mer: they had reference to the real thins. The assurance of bank presidents that the banks' will be generous in Henri Dourassa and his Natlona.Il! following are litlle Canadians. The never consider any problem excel f-rom the religious and racial slcl Pity it is that they could not be a riexeil to the United Slates, it wou! be good riddance to dangerous agita who are day in aud da out doing the best they can to so seeds of dissatisfaction amongst th French Catholic 'people of Quebec. "Farmers are still praying for rail Llgin cotinU ciops in sore need c moisture." No! that heading doesn refer to Alberta, but is taken'iron the Toronto' Globe and heads an art cle from St. Thomas, One. So yo see the farmer dcwn east in "the ban ner province cf Ontario'' has his-wo vies about the weather too. No cpul try is: always getting just what wants in weather conditions Leader of the Himocrats Globe) They are calling 'the new Roosevelt IS FAIR to Hon Cochrane Minister of Frank Railwa s, to say that he is going terminals hi about his work as the administrator of a very important department in a thoroughly businesslike way. Just BOW he is making himself acquainted with' transportation" conditions on the prairies and In British Columbia. What he will see and what he will hear will be valuable'to him, the problems of [be west come before his department and the government It is to be hoped he takes back ijith him the idea that the.wcst is worth devoting great attention to because with Holies the hope of Canada for fmure greatness Mr Cocbrane is proilding wider and better markets -not confining his tour to the casj organization: the Himocratlc party TnHHv nf la "Him places, for he leaves next month on a very arduous" trip, mostly by canoe 'to Hudson Bay. He is going to see the route of the 'Hudson Bay failwa opubeu LCI imiutia Then he %m take bteamcr nouncmg that the Bon Boh Rogers and the pic eyes. V---- and pass through Hudson. Bay to th' Atlantic Otta-wa. ilr. Cochrane's': example should copied by other members of the go1 eninient, especiall} White an .Foster, -who have the great fisca and market problems of Canada to deal with.. Ler them come amongst the men'.: on 'the the men. who jre to find what the eminent is going to do about Need of a Change IT TVTLL BE LONG before there nil' be a general demand for a radical change in the edu- cational sjstenn 01 tbe conn tries 1 he schools of todas are turn mg out too nnny bojs and girls, joiing men and -voung women "who ue not fitted for the duties of Hie which thev find confronting them the school doors, to do for Tin.e was when educa- tion was considered purely1 and simp- ly a matter'of cuUure and it was con- sidered vulgar to educate '.children with an eye, to their making a'living by their merelj a preperSiUon'and a tioif-lo enter society. Herbert Speh- first great apostle of utili- tarian education and following his lead many educators would nave.gOiie-; to extreme utilitarianism neglecting the.cultural side of education. From the" conflict of ideas, which raged hot at times, has come the idea that edu- cation should be both cultural and utilitarian, and the problem has been how best to make the educational tern serve .both purposes It is an easy matter to provide fnr the cultural education but it is not so easy to "provide for the equip ment of a child.from the standpoint of earning its living. A good start bas been made in the establishment of manual training and domestic sci cnce .schools. But these schools expensive to outfit and can be estab- lished In only the cities and 4owns that can afford to build am: equip the schools and hire the ..spec- ialist teachers required.. Those'.schools cannot ,be generally" adopted .until each is- qualified to teach these departments ,ind, unti the tfcivti more'generou to' the equipping of the ichools. But these schools do not fit the stud enta for life by any ancans. The man ual training schoolg-train tho eye and thp hand to but not to work at an> thing in pftrticular In rural parts of the country the boys an opportunity of working with their fathers and learning; to farm. .They olter do not but the fact re- mains the same .tbrft by the time a farmer .lad has- finished MH sohpol he has an cjfpcrl firsthand luiowledge of farming, a kno'wlcdge and practice Mint he can (urn into, "ticUcaj use at any time, whether la j after life he becomes a professional Juan, .a .tradesman or what.not. But the urban bo> is not so fortun ate A'erj few of them cm go with their fathers on Saturdays or after achooPor during holidays and work their it be in the office, the store, the shop the-railway yard or the factory. He grows iip: unable to turn his'hand-to elementary things he may learn in the manual training department of, his school Every should 'have a trade, whether he "has" profession or" busi- ness also, or not The person ulio Is most handicapped in starting out life' is the} one who has nothing he can do with bis bands _No boj should be allowed to school before he has had experience in that calls for his-being-dressed in overalls A.nd this is uhat the public will demand before manj jears It will the .educational system turn, put a boy., fitted at least to have a measure of efficiency at some trade. It will be no task solung the problem. .It is not an impossible con- ception that the 'factories, shops, contractors and other Hues of mechanical enterprise will be1 required to have the (boys -from from twelve or. thir- teen years :pf age and upwards, taking lessons by actual labor in their estab- lishments during certain hours of the week. What consideration would be allowed for Oils interference with the .efficiency pr.thetr work, and it would be some, would have to he worked out. Then every boy whether his father is -mnilonaiie or a labor cr would be required to don 1m blue jeana and practical experience ami cducitfoii in-some trade or busl ness to which he could turn his band at any lime' in life should occasion even If he never did which him insight in the ways'of work and workers that would be invahiablfl to him whatever his .place in life might be. .Such a course f would give manual labor a estimation, would shape the course in life of man; Doling men by them something to do al whirh thev could work cffio ienlly sufllcient interest to go further'with1 It, and would not ,il -yany. boys to leave school to "live by their Some such scheme must be evalved in the not distant future to-overcome (he prcMtit appar- ent, the educational Teddy, of Is Bob's (Hamilton violate no confidence in an regards that Regina cyclone as a mere zephyr in comparison with the ballot-blizzard that struck Saskatche- wan on-Thursday: Costly Progresiivencss (Dunhville Gazette) ith a rate ot Jo mills Dunn will be right in line "with a lot of Other towns whose progressive ideas run ahead of--their finan- cial abilitj r 'Alive and Kicking {Macleod Advertiser) The late Mark'Twain, 'before really departing this life, once character ized a premature reiport-of his death as grosslj exaggerated The same observation -would apply to the widely heralded report of the demise of. ic clprocitv Jt u, at all events a distressingly lively corpse much to the annoyance of the Conservative newspapers. Soak Him (Macleod Advertiser) That Calgary telegraph faker who sent out broadcast a despatch to the effect that "Southern Alberta" had been touched up by frost on Satur dav night, ought to be told wheia he gets off at There no or an> thing like it, in the region south ot High Hner, and that irtCludes a. considerable portion of 'South era Alberta" when you. get your map down to study out the situation The Song of the Orange Peel (Tit-Bits) Like a 'bar beaten gold 1 gleam in the luinraer sun I am Hule, I ,know, but I think I can throw A man that niil weigh send out no challenges.bold, I blow no vaunting horn But foolish is DC on He'll wish he had never been born Like a flower of the ma Goeth forth at the break of.day, But when he'doth feel ray hi heel Like the stubble he fadeth away; For him high in the air ith his his head ougli to be down aopiing crash lie fail like a flash AndxL..knpw he's clean gone upoi I am Branch -'sWhed man Kind I am modest, and meek, if you will Though- my talents are few, .yet .th thatJPdo Has often medical skill. I'm a'blood-red .'republican born And a nihilist fearless I be; Though-the head wear -a crown, would bring its pride down If it s'ets its -proud heel upon me. "Just pora Jokt Nothing--to Soften- the "A West End woman callcdUhe at terition of her hiisband to babv which was trjing to sleep on the porcli of its home on' the" opposite side of the street 'It's lying on the bare boards, isn't he observed, "Yes, they' haven't even placed a rug for the to rest'his-heat! on." The husband took another look. 'And what do you think of that he 'They haven t even painted tbe boards." Youngstown (Ohio) Gazette. He" Could northern visitoi in the south tells the following story to ilustrate the taciturniiy of the south-em .negro; Pie had asked 'Steve, a typical darky of the region, numerous questions concerning a certain plantation, and to each the negro gave the invariable reply of sah.' said the. .somewhat, exas perated northernci, don't- jou say anUuing but Yahs sah" Cant you say 'No blinked, his.cyese indp- ientlv for a moment and replied "Yahs, sah.' ICai you on until to, even although lid kind ol lood looks to ou. Tho aiibC is siniplv this, vour stouuicii ib not 01 kino piopcilv. NYAL'S Supply a temporary process of digestion- and their use for a short time will realbnj the natural vigor to your digestive organs. Eat what you 10te, Nyats Dyspepsia Tablets will tlo .the rest. 25c and 50 cents Anythinglyou buy with the name NYAL'S will jive you entire Sold and Guaranteed byi Red Crojs Drug Book Co., Ltd. TUinn avcullf ___ THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 1 PHONE MO Here are three good ones o Three Coinci on 7Ui S, (London Road) be sold at Queen Victoria Fiutc, walei, sscwor, and electric 14th St., South, facing cast; a splendid for three good houses. 'Can be- bad for short time TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 f THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Several Excellent Investments 80 Lots Sites Choice, irrigated land, Fairy iswr to city of Queen Victoria Paik A enap at Per Lot Terms one-tenth cash, Ufe new C P R north1 of--the Overhead ance 9 years at 6. per. We have also several tea acre plots at per have choice BEST BUY IN CITY acre. Terms -1-4 in ill parts of the ance 3 years, us before TOPAY Wilson Skeith c MONEY TO LOAN OF ALU KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUR ANCE Opp. Alexandra Hotel C.P- R. Agents Phone Oh, Tradesman, Oh, In tl i tett, I thould' c c c c our iidvlee and now be On afld ndvari- You'd find the object U U'l'-i, Nejleci can offer s'i'wiae oiit, prolong .your da A Jilant bulinena aoon it...... k-k-k-k. To Automobile Owners -THE- Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Ltthbridgc, Alberta, in stock and offer for Immediate sale, thoj list, Terms cash ij x 8 Clincher Auto Casings x "3'VS Clincher Auto Casings x t Clincher Auto Cluing! i I Clincher Auto Casings 12 Q n Airto Caalngs 30 X 4 Q. D. Auto Casings 4 32 x 4 Q H Auto Casing? 4 -34 I I 0 I> Auto Casings each each Thii Is ft good chance to buy an extra casing at a cheap price. We Hlno have a slock of Tubes which we wilt sell nt tac'rltlce. ;