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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THE I.EtHBRIEiGB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1M7 by the Lethbridjt Herald Printing Co, Ltd lawful ev.nlnj at IU oiflot, tilth It, ;Lethbrld0ei Alberta.. w, A, D're te JOHN Itaa Viniatf PHONE ftdverttilng, Circulation and Jrt 1232 PHONE; 'Editorial, Reportorlal and Newt Department 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I rear, delivered i CO 1 year by mail 13 M 6 months, delivered M 6 months liy mall ft M 8 months, delivered S months, by mall.................... ..75 I month, delivered ..................35 1 monts, by mal! ......................2S 'Addresses changed as often as desired, but both and eld addresses must bo given. HERALD. FOR Red Cross Seattle ft Cruiy Lakt ft Book Store; J. O. Co.; CranbrooS ertson Co.; .Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel: t Kempt .Coan News Agency. pia's lirug Store; Kenny LethbrldsB Plncher Dr. Leading RMk and News Store, 10SA 8th Cigar Drug VVnt; World News Co. Diamond Dr. Weetlaie Bros. -The Wide Station Edward Read. Medicine Hit Asslnlbola Co.; "News Shop, MS Granwell World News Ca. News A. D. River Side World News Ca THE WEEKLY HERALD published every Wednesday in elglit "or pages, end contains' a summary of the news, week, local and district 1 year In 6 months In advance................... SO., A COBBIENDABLE ATTITUDE. THE attitude of Uie United Free Church- ol Scotland towards the Home Rule contro shown at the recent meeting at Belfast, i. an admirable one. Without expressing any opin ion on Oie political aspect of the question, it con tented itself by delivering a message of sympathy to its Irish brethren in the grave tin situation. In eschewing itself from politics the Uniiet Free Church of Scotland not only sets a com- mendable example, but restrains itself from add- ing-fuel to what smouldering fire. mav now be considered a _ -_It is not to be argued from this that it-is the province of the churches to keep themselves en- tirely aloof. from politics. They have their duties in matters which affect the well-being of the community, and in the consideration of there is no necessity for bringing party bias into play. But in a cpiestion, like that .of Home Rule, where party politics and religious rancor are playing important roles, jhe dignified Jioitcom- mittaTpositioh of the 'Free Church is entitled to respect. The Home Rule controversy, as a matter of principle, may be considered practically settled. It is safe to say that among the majority of: Bri- tish people it is conceded that Home Rule for Ire- land is bound to be. From .the main question the njatter of the exclusion. of Ulster is. the salient point under.- consideration. Without doubt re- cent events in Ulster have caused both Liberals and Nationalists to be sensed with the import- ance of heeding the' demands of. the Ulsterites vnlh a spirit of concession, so that the coniin- gtencies of fratricidal strife may be avoided. With a view to this an amendment to the act having passed -iSs tliird reading in the House of Commons, practically gives Home Rule to Ireland, according to the Parliament is to .be brought forward. Much of the excitement of the early stages of the present Home Rule bill appears to have abated. This will allow of cool deliberation in the framing of the amendment, where Ulster's demands will, no doubt, meet' with judicious treatment, so far as they are practically possible. the period of waiting the Scottish church has taken the dignified and praiseworthy action of non-interference. Any move oil the part of any section Or body of the United Kingdom which would tend to- precipitate action on th'e British government would at the .pi-esent stage be deplorable. It would carry with it a culpable responsibility which would not be lost in the judgment passed on it'by the great British .pub- lic. the need is clearly defined, the department of education is bent on carrying to the miners of the province that practical instruction which will fit them to he better miners, just as the agricul- tural schools will make our farmers'.' better farmers; One noticeable feature of the courses mapped out for instruction in these two industries is that the government is starting at the bottom and working up. Instead of establishing agricultural and mining colleges for the purpose of turning out a trained experts in the more technical phases of the industries, the department is starting at the bottom, bringing practical instruction within easy reach of all en- gaged in mining and agriculture, content that in a few years, those who have absorbed the know- ledge to be gained in that way, will create a de- mand for the higher institutions which will make them a success when they are established, It is also pleasing lo note that-the miners have signified to Dr. Miller, director of technical education, their willingness to attend the classes, and we feel sure that the demand be heavy right from the start. The provincial departments of education and j agriculture are showing in a tangible way. that they exist for .the. pebple for the departments. They are moder-'h'nes and making a success of it. V The Home of Good Gas Goods Call and see our line of Ranges and Water Heaters. The best iixthe west We do all inside installation and give satisfaction When you decide to instal your Gas Fixtures consult us for safety, promptness and efficiency A NATURAL GAS, HEAT AND APPLIANCE CO. Phone 615 5th St, Opp. Sherman -Theatre CA. Clarke, Manager Province Wili Provide Special Instruction for Miners CONTINUED FROM FRONT OUK POINT OE VIEW PROPOSED; NIGHT SCHOOL FOR MINERS. IN another column of this issue will be noted a brief outline of the special courses beiny map- peji out by the provincial government for the benefit of those actively engaged in the mining industry of the province who desire lo fit them- selves better for their calling. While the plans set forth are means elaborate as yet, the ground work is there for something better which is bound to develop from the inauguration of the course, The Herald is pleased to see the 'provincial government recognize the importance of the min- ing industry of Alberta, and give such practical proof of their interest. We have said imany times that, next to farming, mining is the pro- greatest industry. The province has al- jfendy set flic record for all Canada in the matter of real, practical, close-to-the-land agricultural education by the location of agricultural high schools right in the farming districts within easy reach of every farmer's boy or girl. Now, though .probably not on such an elaborate scale until The Trades and Labor Council seems to think the commissioners are collecting damages .instead of getting busy and repairing them. No recent outbreaks of cither petroh'tis or iuffragitis have.been reported. Latest reports fate however that Saskatoon is in the incipient ilages of an oil boom, and London is still on the nap, so there's hope. The Peterborough Review counsels its read- eYs to "keep the big Conservative convention in view, it is important." Quite so. If a rally wasn't pulled off pretty soon, there wouldn't be any- thing to remind or to rally. When interviewed, the director stat- ed that -it has been most gratifying to him to find'sucfi a keen interest in these new devejpfiments in each '6( the mining visited. InT every centre the "school mine offi- cials'and the'official representatives of the miners not. only expressed their sympathetic but also assur- ed the director bfitheir active sup- port and assistance, in -organizing ,the schools anil placiag.the'workLHpon a permanent and efficient, basis. Upon the report of the director to the min- ister, after the present trip of mves- ' completed, the details te lion, and malnten- fffiamtjr "to gain at least a good work- ing knowledge of the English lan- guage and Canadian civics. The prac- tical value, of only, to ..the also to the mine officials in the ordinary operations of the mine, especially in the. many critical .situations common to mining experi- ence, ris apparent to anyone considers the extent to -which the language impediment interferes under such, circumstances. The general pub- lid, 'however, is concerned more with the relationship of this provision to the development of good citizenship Tho policy of the Minister of educa tico to. see to it that no matte how many different. languages may he spoken 'in the province it will at least possible for us all to come togcth er with mutual understanding and appreciation through a common knowledge of the English language finds its' expression not only in his firmness in dealing with those" schools in Ruthenian districts which have given trouble but. also in this con- structive pohcvito meet the needs of the uon-EnghfJi, speaking people ance. Early in the I each of the "centres of population autumn the director will again visit tirs.gho.t the province With lumber for the derricks on the ground at Coutls, we have the assurance that the Leth- bridge field will be prospected for oil. Every- thing looks favorable for the tapping of oil, what with drills making ready on .every side of .us. each of the mining centres, :address public meetings..and. make_final "ar- rangements for.the jperiingr'pf: various classes., .The general concensus' of.-opinion of all those that'it would he umljise to attempt top .extensive a program at firsthand tfiat it is'bet- ter to begin in a modest way and build for permanence and The organization of the courses in each of the centres. is -un- der consideration (1) Classes to assist the non-Eng- lish speaking members of the coin- mathematics, men- geometry, algebra {Classes in'.the ordinary, school branches, especially English and ar- ithmetic for those over fourteen years ,o'f age and not in school. (3) Classes in suration, applied and trigonometry, elementary me- chanics and roechanical drawing for .those entering or .engaged .in. any oi the skilled trades or mining. Classes in mining for those miners desiring to increase their ef- ficiency and prepare, for the examina.- tions .leading to certificates as fire- boss or mine manager. When Montreal hears that our cops had a gun fight with bad men, they will-imagine the wild and woolly west has not yet disappeared. Mean- while they're adding a couple of hundred more cops in their own burg by way of good measure. The C. P. R. will sue the owners of the Stor- stad, and the owners of the Storstad will sue the C. P. R., but nothing can bring back the lives of the thousand who perished in the waters of the lower St. Lawrence. The Dominion government does well in deciding to hold the fullest possible enquiry. The blame should be placed where it belongs. -It is to be hoped the enquiry will lend 10 preventive measures so that similar accidents in future will be impossible. A Calgary promoter was mulcted of the other day for selling stock before his company was properly registered. The provincial govern- ment will' do well to exercise tiie utmost vigil- ance for the protection of the public. If we have 011 in commercial quantities in this province we want to find it out, bul there is no room for the wild cat concern, which lends only in one dircc- tion--lo drive capital away from being invested in legitimate development OIL! OIL! OIL! OIL! Ton get good value for the you invest in-oil sliares, and you may get nothing. What you invest AVith us we guarantee value for your money. A few Special Prices FOR SATURDAY ONLY A Prime Pot Boagt o'f Beef at .per Stew Mutton1, per pound Home made H'ead-pheese, per pound1.. Pork Sausage. '2 pounds-for....... Pressed Beef, per pound............ Smoked Bacon', per pound........ Smoked Ham, per..pottnd Smoked Ham, sliced, per pound Brookfield Butter, for Dairy Butter, per pound............ Eggs, strictly per dozen...... Beef Dripping, 3-pound pail for...... Home made Pork Pies, 2 for 10c lOc lOc 25c 25c 23c 23c 25c 75c 30c 25c 25c 15c WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET Uthbridge Alberta Comfort, Economy and Health arc all son cA by the use of GAS in place of COAL j A fire al n minute's notice, at any hour of the (toy or night, at any lime of the year. makes for Comfort A fire that uses fuel only when heat is wanted, and no longer, makes for f Economy A fise thai enables you at a nuninuim of cost and trouble to avoid hom a snug sitting room to a cold bediioom, inakes for Health r 1 I r Doctors use and recommend gas fiies. Phone 1510 and have that connection made now that you luvse been planning on. Canadian Western Natural das, Light, Heat and Power Co. Lethbridge Oil Brokerage Co., Limited WATCH FOE THE DAILY QUOTATIONS AtfD YOU WILL BE POSTED ON STOCKS -We hfvve soiling contracts with the fol- lowing Companies and offer their stock to o'ir patrons in Lethbridge. at the price's made to us by the companies themsclvesr As others have control of the prices oJ their stocks, there will be errors made irom time to time; AVC will ende.-noi to safeguard the interests of our patrons in all cases. Berron Oil Natural Gas Co., Ltd. Lethbridge Oils, Limited Products Co..'Ltd. Piedmont Petroleum Products Co Union Pacific Oils Co., Ltd. Oils, Ltd. 'Oils'Limited Oil Company. Ltd...... .'PitlBburg, Oil Co., Ltd.......-... Hole-Woolanl Oil Co., Ltd...... Phoenix Oil Co., Ltd.......___ Prudential Oil Co., Ltd. Moose Mountain Oil .Co., Ltd. British Canadian Oil Standard Oil Fields, Ltd....... Marine oil Products, Ltd....... -Western Petroleum Oil Co., Ltd. Oil Qas Co.. Ltd..... Db'mo Oil Trenton Oil 'Company, Ltd'....... BIB Foiir.'Oil Co. Capital Stock Pill 'X'aluo 51.00 1.00 J 00 1.00 3.00. 2.50 1.00 1.00 J-O.P "i.o'b 1.00 i.oo i.oo .10 1.00 1.00 .25 1.00 ,-1.00 Selling 5 K .51) 25 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 .15 i.oo 1.00 ,..50 -.15 .60 .BO 1.00 1.00 .'.25 .05 We will take pleasure in h'cljjing you to nioney where it Avilf yield a'retiirn. e are not iiifallible. Plione.i739. tethbrjdge Oil Brokerage .MUD LAKE OIL PROSPECTS Expert Woods Raised Hopes of Com- 'Rany. That Will Drill There Macleoil. Alta., June J. R. Wooda; one of the foest known oil experts in Alberta visited Macleod at the.instance of the Mud Lake Oil Co., over week-end, and after looking over the. company's holdings-In com- imny W. C. Bryan and If, 3. .Oo'ffe, presented a statement which leads the shareholders to be- Hera that they were fully justified In supporting a project to drill fm- oil' InCthc AlUri'LalioUlIstrict: 'Mr.Woods' reptort Kiven 'OutVct, but it fe understood that it is of such a as. to aiirnass tlie-expectations even" of the men who launched the company. SASKATOON FIVES LISTED June has been .amdc-for tne official listing of Saskatoon 5' per.cents. OXFORD UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATIVE DEAD London, June the death of Sir William R. Auaoivii-vacancy oc- cGrs in the representation; of Oxford University, in tUo House of Commons, which retn'rinB two members, Sir Wil- liam having hnd Lord Hugh, Cecil as his colleague since 1910. There Ims never been-a contested election since the Redistribution Act., When old age the jjodily- f unctions become Na-Drii-Co Laxatives give geutlej; "'timely and without k discomforts or distress.- box at your Druggist's. Nitlonil nroa Cfetmkal st Canada. UBlted. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE 613 "Mcdlclno HntrKootenny 514 'Kooteuaj-Sledlclne Hat 511 Medicine Hiu-Calgnry: (via .A I'clorsyde) 512; Calgatyrjlediclno AMoi-sycle) "ivlr. Mailood) Uthbrldge-Oreat Mails Great Fttlla-Lcthbridco Airlvo -i'ffi 2-1.10. 14. on 13.40 17.20 24.30 _. iv.30 8.IO '-17.45 507 .1.30 Truiiis 538 and 539 to and from Mnclcod only on Sunday ;