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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta for By MARION -j V.rn "The 'Children's Crusade' of THE story of the Children I Cm Mile of jear of Our Lord 121Z too familial lo the reader of history to need tlon here It one of tho saddral paces In the annala of dvlllzat.on Out of the thouaends ot hw, sct out to wreit the Holy Sepulener from fie Infldels not ten ever saw Teruialem Hundiedt died irom hunger and eiposure In the jour acrosa the continent before Brlrdisl wu reached Thole who embarked for Jne Holy Land were lost at or sold Into slaierj to foreign masters From our twentieth tenturj stand we that there could have been Bui one ending to Ihe piteous farce trained In order to grow Into the shape and come'inciis that restraint f ssssr srr. I. the fronr boy. wTiIppecl If S accounts fl have lm.nr.a.1, and he the memory and jot back whsS father h-irrf kit, T have Jjflii 1" But "ere tenors rule of Ugh! SSSf .i? 1 W parent and child his character to jet out hla native Impulses to nevelop his Individuality Unea of hla (alias nature's) selec- tion- In a u r heard a lecturer of Jhe school it tn exer clae the dhlne right of the humanferea ture to possess itself. I write It down as an Incontrovertible fact that the child who has jrown up under the administration of Justice tern pered and interfiled by iove. la not only more dutiful but more fond than the bos or slrl .ho his been allowed to act out hla individuslit) and ex erclse his God-given' Instincts" In hi. dalll living and hourlj Ihlnklna Let us c.ome down to plain practical speech Do not: a my nalred woman net vou my readera a man of 'rSS, co" of follj Hrfd Inefflc enci of bmentiibir of time and objerva tlon and experience if ne are not Sffi em' Haht and wnai wrong ie safe ana danrerous (n norlS and IBe best jrcparatlon for the world that to follow our schooling In this than a ayalnst symmetrical development "U is barbarous to chastise a child wo are told by the i.ew-school teachers lo curb his natural Impulses and thwart native u.te "violence done to tho Ideals' Implanted In'him by a Creator, To mold is to mar." .It ihia be true, the young of the human are a notable exception to tho rest ot creation. most care- fully and trili. intelligently vines from which we ,tov father choicest grapes; nursery of young trees Is left i0 flourish at its own sweat will; dog trained to the chase: the ox accustomed to ths yoke before gatnc his full alze: the 3-year-old colt does net learn his .paces In the untrammeled freedom of the paddock, nor-and herein Is mystery and incon- we push the theory of un- controlled individuality and the unre- strained operation of natural laws into practice In the mental training of our offspring. Intellect must be cultivated by parent's hook or by crook. Ai the child gains in knowledge acquired from books and preceptors, self-conee-It grows apace. From the cradle he has been made the chlefeat in the home. By the time discardetT skirts for the trousers which itand with the modern boy for the "toga vlrllis" of the Roman "We prune most carefully the rines11 tn JJther Umu other manners' The hero i went'eth against revised tcWta, life oondemn an vvrongs out raging (he liner .enilbillUea of child nature offere a 'itriklnsr Illimtr-ition of proverb with a new meaning The boy I, father of the man with what, steadlneaa of brain the utter reversal relathe hae left me I have tudeil the new as stem and aa iwined According to constitution and bilawe 'society fot the protection of children parenm teacher, and oth-ra in autr-a-l') Immortal be haa the Inalienable right to form Ing Immature creature who has Just UB a child If I am not vvi'ei than hf while he I, itlll In his nonage know "fe whal 'I ftuherd ami motheis of 'tha precious little immortal mem, and not cramming, is. rational education The same rational system IB pur- sued with regard to religion..-.- Upon this head no perailvinture, A woman held forth tp this'- effect the other day. durlnjj four couries of a luncheon party "J teach my chljdreh noth- oi religion md the church she proclaimed When they an h e at years of discretion, eacJ) must foi hitmelf or to: herself H true ana what false in matters of this kind shall bring to the decision an un- biased mind, free from chtirchlj tradi- tion and priestly prejudices 1 have forced upon them the rliUculoua cuitom pravera Such a of demotion as It If the ifOod afced Is cast into their t-ouls it wilt fall into soil hereupon the oldest woman prwtnt craved leave to tell a true 'When i was a dwp.well wai dup in mj fithers Mj mother hiid been reading of wheat taken from tlie hanrl of an Egyptian mu-mmy which had germinated in warm, rich soil and brought forth, first the blade.'then the ear. She had a box of the varih brought tit the top of the well put'It into a pot and took it into hei greenhouse A few hours later she. laid a pane of glass ox er the pot and set It m the sun Jn It-st than a week tiny green shoots'delighted her eyes. They shot .up thick and fast and soon catered the surface In due time tlieie blossoms among full- Brown leaves. iThcre she paused grievous moaned the most .mhappj o, rJmllah mibanoa lo socletj and generations the l.n.'.hiat iST'ed'child. "By parent a hook or teacher's crook.' foJ'hl.Vi? Th' >tock so f-od th. ir.hsrent trenglh mai in J'" 8( neglect Tho chances are terribly THE HOUSEMOTHERS "The dog is trained to the chase, urchin, he has known .himself to he the master.of his. mother and his father s As schoolbov and col- learian, he patronizes the authors of lilt, being: as inferiors -1 years of "sf he itrutk mothei in tho fjte and kicked his nurse In tile stomach vv lien tiiej tried to persuade him lo do something opposed to Ms uiitiam- melod intimation n he bullies mother and sisters and flatlj refusal to ohev hi, fathers There are no commands in the house Hold run bj the new bjsleni Moral; suasion Is the one and onlj rule of child1 hlCTest (which i at 14 into principle-) i weeds 'Well' inquired the .Sew Woman, brntHe-ili uhat neip thcj' H0- interestiiiff' We are imnain- 1ns all manner of oriental plints- ncnnthiis isphodel 01 lott.l Or were thej uttnr stransers to her' L DresskeVl" -slonlj and 1m r. jurat Milgai She arcountVd for thit the imislble sorms noatins In the air had alighted IMPORTANT NOTICE of IA, tOBr of letters tent ta f the erdiunpc, I mutt tult to ImiV tltnr can muntcatitmi to JOO except ta of fgrmulM or remtct vltioh require greater space uniit oil my to is.s a taowllir (n Ote Carrier and If mr reoiutt in IMS reefed a uiUk (I tie >o ffnl many more tellers AttenUm collet Io thr fat Jnrlmd mnnot re jeltie for fatten, ne no cenniHtm wltli ma dm. rartmnl Silt tHem" Important Notice To the liberal soula who ha% Writ tm to Us reapectlng the wants o to be suie all are so ind if one be soft throw it avv as Turn off the water re- with for fresh next day and leave "Rm In this for -mother twentv four hour. Now Ine a pre.erve kettle with grape- "'ainilt wlll'oo oVi? IK, ffi nevei allowing the water to boll" The pickle., sho-ild then be of a fine gr..n Hemove the leaves and la> tht p'cklea "alsr 1MM> them'to cnin Khild ion prcuarc the vitievar Allow to of ten co the strength Drain and wlpV'lh" crocl- the scalding vinegar over them Cover tllhtly. T.o later th. Jf'w11 cove? tSJ ploklea with it Put on the lid Plu, MI T L c. a B.ry method but nor dtlfa-h lo phre In tfiey Ft Without Ice Riusin Pie I r; Jic( for a rah] i Pis recipe I think this mty suit lior Two CUIM 01 rluntd raKIni 1 cup of 1 3 of cii[ i IunipH ri itilchen a lal ]fnp wnfiil of an.I -d.] i A CONSTANT RBADKR (Waverly. contains no poisonous elements It-is. however, rather a "heavy drink for a young child on account of HIB largo proporufc.n of .oil-found in Ihe nut Ushtef aiifl -liourlshlnc prepiration at f? sonielimes called ahclls nils, made with plenty of milk tinnot hurt tie boy MI drunk in moiJaratlon li likely to mnke him cross if H be his constant drink. Milk is the only liquid that may be relied upon as absolutely safe for so young a eihild you for i he raisin pie. Mrs C. McC." will appreciate you. kind ly ornccs. Dampfnoodcln DINNER VuIllBat.wney soup crown roast nf lamb ''MONDAY" 'BItEAKFAST. t Ppachew and cream salt maekaral D1N.VEH .TUESDAY BREAKFAST I.UNCHEOX. tomato loast, Junket aiid cake, DJNVER i Inui thick WEDNESDAY and cream bacon' iggs rice hiufflns, toast tea and cofte 1 from veateroaj muf ins French rncd poiatoos ttet with soup ulih ihfi addition of to- rolled tmetetoak xounj P0" man s pudding n lel iw psn "rp forp Tidlncr ihc hit water It niiciv jo rnnke IK- la-d Thfs THURSDAY BREAKFAST ran I a the Schools :he delay more than the) can "sift'.K jtltnla font limes: rour in hi the.- liahetj a fe to the formula aeo u M ]fn m, aaa'iij lop. of bletilnt-raper. C taweet If m nil silr i. .1.1 illr" c (Onlarlo rnl) i M tola the reollw you want? Old Virginia Plcklti Tack In a alone Mr in laiert on top io them down Tndifl'I "lo." in Ihe hrlne (or a month stlrrln. f5om other Ha> krln. mould atrong enough to bear ua an ii.ii ftnnn 'inn win Keep the "ffi h Jay of change. In reply plIHInr up Ri-ecn plchlen. ifyoii ;'C- A. M." It necH not be tffi! sorry tlini j nny roadrr o the Exchange, (or I spp tiiat I mlssprt th As thhicf? lire now, the nubile r.cliooli ar Kinall co.lcsci.. willi nchools nf timsl orn lory nnrl lanBtianes. n phomlc.il labontori h carptTiitei'ft shop, sewintr HtliooT. niblfc Ann tiny The Wen of a .UKCKON Brown stew of nteak and onirni (a, left- oxer) hollotl potatoei with bulter iiiiJ -SB? t-mksr. chrcne JVid left (tiititi which there fire no flnir imilo nml nrn put up in tills DronshI forfnnc and reimta- Mon fo Hie hoiisowffc who thus improv- nor one tnlont. f.nAmnl? Mndwlclitt. thetr name is i PR ion. i nope vou saw the recnes .for n tr.w thvne publlil M i In the talk upon the Glortotm Fourth.' rniL-Gnrincd "Bread Alxitit o'clork In Ihe evening put ki'lf a rak. to J ea- water. M oVIotk pjl Into wur bowl jw rani' If 1 take tin anv mor-i t "ehoulrt like lo a fj. fir me helpful BiehamTe it Have alrfaity csccnled'tlii llnSt.- c- tXewark. N. J.I. Ihe of iho hundred-Irani limit! As l read J .it pll" of letters on my desk, 'some of which re five ami six pages long; most of wlik-h are Interesting and would lie helpfu. If I had room for them within