Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE MSTIIBRTDCE DATLY HERALD Friday, June 13.1913, Manufactures Sounds Note of Wanning and Advises That Care be Exercised Mr. Hamilton in Monthly Re- port lo the School Board Criticises Agricultural Schools SuTuraary of atteDiJacco at clt> In May. ISIS: Torocto, Jute i tor Jica my raied that! to sousd a! discordant CQ'.C, cor do 1 'o bt elassittd as a pack bat 1 uouM like W lo as manufacturers lie nectssity cl re- stricting jotir opcratwcs to a proper 'relationship to the capital inicste.1 you havt coa- tiol." So spoke A. R. rf- tmnc chjuraaa cl the Toronto braudi of tte C. A. at the annual tncrting this afternoon. -It lias btea a peculiar year, lac- tories baic been taxed to tbfir ca- j'aiity and in r.iar.y cases capacity been inctcasrd, racney las sr.rce, the cost oi living still hijli. The country is prosperous, optimism prevails, yet with all this there is a irflir.g of' uncertainty xibuh appears to cload the atmosphere and suggests cocEervalics fcr iho tuperir-lfcdent. and a ciprisssJ that she might re- main. AppolMrr.ents Miss Kva McCall of Out.. people would be IvfceEteil the occa- sional ust of Na-lra-Co laxatives Gtatly. ihorougblv, and without discomfort, they frte tbe system of the waste which tne b'cxxi and loweis itility. 3jc. a box, your Dniggkt'5- Nxkul CUotol Co. 174 6: 3 I mi 115J SO 1617 1255 These Cc'ires an increase of has befn for tbe ktcderjsrt- en department, and Miss Hazel Die- sell] for grade work. Miss Dieseth's parents leside ta tbe cily. bat she is at presen: on the slaft o[ tbe Edmon- ton schools; has an eoviabla record, and holds a first class certificate. Major Belsoa's report on the im- provement of Ihe cadet gratifying to (ho superintendent Mr. Hamilton has been an ardent exponent of the cidel and U glad lo iff SMI. progress being made. MartvJ Improvsuient In the status of tte cadets was mentioned by Major Bc-lson. Tee, Fltttwcod acd Westminster corp vere especially la tha they were at Ihe last inspec lion. Tte Major thought tbe tin! forms were smart and useful. Judging horn' the cordiality Tvll which tha pictures bad been receUe by the public, great rialse Is due th board on the excellence of the selec lion. Thq pictures will be eshlbUe school nest uecfc. I bout bo kept aud the alar.ce returned. Mr. IJalley lias jiado several Eamples of frames la :e manual training department, and s making provision for iho framing f tUe plcturoE fn'sbltable fratnee. Industrial Education Mr. Hamilton made iiveutiou in hie lateraent of the report of the Torn- nljslocer of Industrial TeehnJcal ducallon, and to the schools of asrl- ulture tbit hare been established by pv> provincial goveruuienl. Ho iboiight he former v.as mark of distinct advance. %bllo tba latter fraught with danger to tbe High school rye- em, acd that a parallel syeteui of state schools would bo a calamity. He expressed the opinion that they to Increase ths already too pre valent inirresslon tbat Public anC HijU schools lead regularly.only io tbe so-called 'profewiocg, and lhat both elementary andietohdar) induslnr and gain culture and culture shculd get sympathy and knowledge that conies doing. "It our are to remain homo geneous, the public, elementary and secondary schools must ecrtch everj srtery of our national life." and con llnulng he slid: "Agricultural school to narrow our curriculum an create a class feeling, peasantlzln our farmers' sous and daughters an putting them off by themselves. Th public schools sbo'Jtd have lu their and the course hould be laade etoctive. If lln-iC i are successful they will UUt'lj' ie doubled, and it fo they weaken the MgU schools proportionately. A fat- mer says. '1 can't afford to seti-t my )oy to tho farm school, and they won't teach hliu fanning at the Hlpb and eo he keeps his son at loice. Our regular school hould respond to this need. 1 o not say that tho provincial schools re not ROiug to do sood. but cot of :l-e average farmers will be able to send their sous to them ho'uld at least give, the farmers' sons au elementary course that will teach he owners of ferms as manufaclur- ug iuslltutloos. the art of farming .1! east." AN APPEAL TO OENEROSITY Toronto. June tbe meeting of Ihe PrefbyUrhu General this niornins it was decided the. allempt should be made in 1914 to secure the sum of JMOO.OOO for the cf the church. 'Ihls provide for home inisslon, J3I5.0CO for foreisn mission and S10CV 000 for Including the iu the congested portions of the large c-iiles, with smaller sums for other purposes. During Wright's big JEWELRY SALE An increase cf 10 per cent, is lo be glren the mechanics of the Canadian Geneial Electric Co. of 1'eterboro. CAN Buy Jewelry Cheaper at any other Wholesale, Retail, o r Miiil Order house in Cnn- ada. Our prices are the lowest known in the his- tory of jewelry merchan- dising. AUCTION OF "GLEN LYON" GREAT SUCCESS ATTENDED THE FIRST GROWTH LOOKED FOR since the nlgbl classes .at the Uan: Training school opened list Np; rcniber, Bailey, ironderlul made in all the classes. Practical Ensh'si; arithmetic, type.- draw- icg. conSing class- es were established, and from a start cl trrelre students in arithmetic and Knglish, an Increase to thirts-seten reported- class'for tormed, MIES jacksbh" as the leader, and TEinariflble tttended her Efiorts.1-' The -typeirrlUng and Ehorthand class Vas increased-from sii to'twen-' the cootins class In-; crerie'd from'ten to'thirty-nine. Five. availed .tberaseire? ot tte mechani- cal drawing class, and -too_k ''Tha total 'for all.classes was 116, n'lth an average'attendihce of 94. Bailey ooiei' that forge thop will and [reater. her IS. ihe date ot opening lor this fear-trill'le acDOuuced later. SUN RIVER DISTRICT AND BIG RUSH 18. LOOK ED FOR .Great to an.order just issued by the secre- tary of tte interior, more lacds in the Sun River fio'.Kl district, and T.hich hale jiisl been'withdrawn, wjll be subject to settlement on. and .at- Aer July 41, 1313, and to entry, ftl- ir.g or selection on August 20, 1913, at 1 o'clock a in. in tbe local lar.d hod? ol laad comprises many acres of valuable tilling ar-d grazing property, and rush Is expected to he made for early pos- sfssion. The local lard officials are "ordered io mate p'Jblir notice of this Tutlidrawal for settlement. In this connection attention is di- rected to the fact that earning is ciprcssly that no pctson will he permitted to gain or exeicise any right .whatever ualer any seltlcmellt or begui alter withdraw- if Ihe land from ssttleroent and prior.to July 21, 1913, all such ietileiBeot acd occupation being ior- tidtlen. Intotling "Eetflers are also -'Varned to ascertain the status o! tte BUIVeyexi lands and to get all infor- imlfion available as fo wsurveved 'lands and to get'all Information avatlcble is to' uncurveyed land by 'inquiry at loctl landi olftce befcis making Mttlement.thtreon. Persona holding 'valid subsisting settlement iighis, prior .to withdrawal of the- and'irho have malntain- td tbeic Mttlement on-tbe lands, will fce al.lowed .to make catry'ol lands, settled npon In accordance with existing laws and regulation's. The land contains m> lower possibilities, VANCOUVER PROPERTY TO-MORROW SATURDAY At Three O'clock at St YOU WILL BUY BECAUSE; your property will increase in value very rapidly 1 Because a tunnel to te built by the Canadian Northern Railway will, bring "Glen right into the City of Vancouve :.i _ TMi-r, fiifnrn" tivinnO ivill' IIP. discounted considerably on th -Because the tunnel will not take long to it must be-complete in two the C.'X. E. age, us-they undoubtedly will, otuhe Guar- .111 tee, wherein a clause of the net guiirantceing the bonds of the rail- rond to the extent of amjlc, stipulates that the line-imist be complete by July 1st, 1914, and if the company attain and-maintain of ,s ii.Siili.g and tunnel coulS b'e completed m one and one-halt years, Almost all lots cleared, ready iQrbiiildiiig-A'.j- viz..at Ike rate of 300 fectiper week. (in prices) will he discounted on the starting of tlie tunnel, us was the case in Montreal. properly; values in Grand is twenty min- utes from the city, and Fairview, which is fifteen minutes from the city of Vancouver, range from up and up respectively. ion will only be twelve minutes from the Centre of cpnver Stones. Because .Cllcn'TA'on, even nowjs n pleasant _ liorne suburb. It' t'i'rinsportajion, All lots. Ivo' You have Long and Easy Terms. Indefeasible Tide. No taxes ;fbr 1913. THE ABOVE CONSTITUTES A GOOD INVESTMENT t's Here's Where "GLEN LYON" is Study' the Map below and Note the Strategic location of this property This Map Shows the Relative Position of "GLEN LYON" to Vancouver Only One Sale m LETHBRIDGE And it begins at three o'clock sharp TO-MORROW SATURDAY at St. Augustin's Hall Pamphlets giving full particulars of location of desirability, values photovCanadian Northern Develop- ments, etc., can be obtained from FRANK WADD1NGTON, Auctioneer, 1346 and 469. Sales will also be held for other portions of the property at Calgary, Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Regina, Brandon, Portage La Prairie, Winnipeg, Weybum, Saskatoon, Yorktpn, Edmonton and Lacombe.