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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE LETHBRIDGE, A LT A., W t D N E S D A Y JUttI DtBy Herald OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgary News issued a. Domin- ion Fair number last'week.' 11 was quite a newsy number aati every xhibition. Blairmoro, June wc-atuer is flue hero. The high water is going MMMMMMJJMMMI Printed Lfct. Herald Printing wlul muni f> Utubridfe, A, BUCttANAM, Managing Oi an4 Editor. one year. delivered...... ukouth, delivered, Daily, three tuonthu, delivered.. Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail 1..... Daily, six months, by mail Daily, thiee months, by mail Weekly Herald, one year iddreattB changed as often at de lired; but both new and old address be given. 2.W I, Ml 1.7ft JS TEACHERS' SALARIES The principal of the Trmce Albcr LUgh School resigned his positio uiid when asked by the Times of the city why "he diii so, he replied tha he did not think the remuneration the teaching profession suiiicient. ilr Graham is not the only capable tea cher who has been forced to {five up the profession because the linancial returns were insuilicieut and uufuir. This is one of the serious questions in connection with the educational problem. The nation absolutely needs'teachers and-cannot get along g of obstruction lion. A. B. Vylesworlh recently A red: "One ide or the other must win. On what ossible principle can the minority k-m'? The majority must rule, am) he majority vote at Ottawa is at east two votes to one. The under- cardiual principle of Liberalism is that the must rule. 1 Ministerial Uniforms (Toronto Saturday Night) During the early hours of Tuesday inoruing in the House of Commons there was a little passage at arms be- tween the parties which had its hu morous side. The committee of sup- ply was discussing the duty upon mi- litia uniforms. Dr. Daniel, of St. John N. B., said: "1 was present at the State Ball given at Government House. 1 saw a great variety of uniforms there but among the most striking there were two. One of these was worn by the Hon. Minister of Finance and the other bv the Hon. Minister of Public without them. The welfare of the na- Works.' They were Doth very fine, tion depends on the education of its there Wfuj ainouut Of lace on them and they botn looked youth and the value of that educa- tion depends on the class of men who do the teaching. They must be men ui strong mental ability, of a charac- ter suitable for examples to those in their care and of such keen sense of honor and virtue us to leave their indelible impress on the minds and hearts of their puyils. The best men in the country should be the teachers for theirs is the greatest work of any ilow then shall we secure them for tliis work? Why. is it that in so ma- ny cases this most important of pro- fessions is left to those who are lack- ing in' qualifications to niave a suc- cess of anything? it is true that there ore hundreds of teachers fol- lowing the profession largely for the good they can do and because of their love of the work. But such disinter- ested patriotism is rare, and so it should be. The road to Coleuiau along the Oid Man Itiver along-the Hat is still co- vered iu many places by running wa- ter. M.cljxren's saw mill is again m op- eration after the lay oil occasioned by the high water. The mill had-a "red let- ter day in the line of baseball recent- ly. They started out by trimming Blainuore and immediately after while in tho harness, they put it over Coiemsui Tho Oracle say's Murphy's unmerciful slugging is responsible. Murphy will be prevent- ed from participating in games iu future; he is too expensive. Whenev- er he hits the ball he loses it. W. J. Jackson and wife, of Oreeu- wood, have been visiting his brother Ueorge of this Mr. Jacksou is on his way to Fort William where he intends to make his home. Archie McLeod is busy with the ranchers of the prairie. He is wise to take advantage of the splendid crop outlook. D. 0. Drain has returned from a business trip to Spokane. He looks quite citified. Mr. W. McKay of Salmon Arm spent .yesterday with his old friend Barry Howard. John Macdonald, wife of John Macdonald, the secretary of the Min- ers' Union, left last night on an ex- tended trip to Winnipeg.- Three sheep belonging to P. Burns Co. and two cows belonging to Wolscnhohne Bros, were killed near PURE MAPLE SYRUP From Prov. Quebec Placed in Stock MTTlATnOfAOm YOUNG HAN CHARGED WITH STEALING Kll Chatham, kiaainc eaaa tha riaiWtttlaa ol the court Saturday Provaat, JO yWn kiaaea. from 18 old, while owtdriv- uff with har latt Thuindey will get toma ''raaaoaaMa' t mated out to him mor SNAP very new. Mr. Pugsley: "They could not touch I McLaren's Mill yesterday, that uniform you used to wear as I The boys in general miss Charley Mayor of St. John." 1 Middlemen's genial face among them. Mr. Daniel: ''Since this matter has His departure for Lethbridge the oth- come up tonight, I was wondering er day meant a distinct loss to the whether or not those uniforms paid football team. He was a spelendid duty, whether they ranked as militia goal. Keeper. uniforms or under, what heading in Little Clara Theibodeau, who has the tarifi they would be placed." had a hard struggle for" life during Mr. Pugsley: "Upon the suit I wore the'past three weeks, is a little bet- J paid the full duty.' ter today. We hope her bright little Mr. Daniel: "What was the pace will, soon be among us again, Mr. Pugsley: "About 35 Mr. Fielding: "I arh going to make FrflTlfc. a confession. I did not pay any. I bought my suit in England; 1 used it for official functions in England. .It was a part of my not' too. extensive GET YOUR Both young people live nanx the I eifhth conreation, Dover on the in ejawfcioa t called for hit lady love! ia a rig. They drove around, t country for a abort period what the] young man's free arm began to twiaaKM- ahotUder, to which the maiden objected, 'so she stated ia PtOreSSIONAL CAtM MOftMAN (OrtKeatral MaaJsto) Traeher .of. pianoiuftr ViaiU of tory or aAvaaoad. prepara- GERMAN'S Suddenly the young fellow gave her a reaounding kiss, to which aha also objected. Then followed another ly objectionable. When the girl ar- rived home she told her mother, who averred, her daughter muat be "pro- tected" and had the young man ar rested, charging aaaault. The young, man was honest freely admitted the charges. Justice Houston remanded the case until Mondajr to permit the gathering of evidence showing good char- acter. Tn the meantime the youth will live the simple life in_ jail, the justice refusing; bail, asserting the incarceration would do him good. O. L. K. C., the swam counsel, tried to prove wiUingneas on the part of the maiden, claiming that it Vwas the general .custom in the township." The justice, however, in- timated it WM alriut lime to discou- rage the custom. ACRE LOT on Wallwork Addition. No reasonable of- fer refused. f Hoon-Btfcra K McCUMC tor, H4amv ta.m. to to HAMILTON YOUNO e. The state has men of strong no right to expect mental ability to wardrobe." Mr. R. L. Borden: you wear it across the Mr. Fielding: "I brought it back give their lives to the education oij across the Atlantic. I hird it made the nation's youth and not receive there for use officially there, some remuneration commensurate with'years ago I brought it back to Canada their labor. There ore thousands oij as part of my warrlrobe." men today who would be teaching' Mr. Patterson: "Did you notice Frank, June boarding house keeper of iLundbreck, Wm. Adlaiu, arrested on the train last night for being drunk and disorderly and refusing to pay his fare to the con- ductor. Piper hap- pened to be on .board and took charge school if it were not for the low sal- aried paid. A man does not like to take a university course and a course of so as to start off at a salary from sixty to one hundred do! lars a month while a lawyer, doctor, or engineer can make and does make several times as much his first year. There are scores of men, even in the West, who have been teaching for many years and today are getting from one thousand to tvro thousand a year, whereas if they had exercised ability with the same degree oi diligence and industry in any oth- er profession or in some line of mech anics they would receive two or times as much at least. mine that night? I was not there." Mr. Daniel: "Who had it Mr. Patterson: "But it is a nicer looking uniform than either of these. Whether it is a better shape inside .or not, than the others, I do not know, but it was made in accordance with my patriotic desire tbat wbat can be bought in Canada ought to be bought in Canada and it was made here. If I can get a coat made here with all tbat gilding on-surely a militia officer can." The whole thing was a fine ex- ample of the good natured badinage in which the politicians indulge even in their hours of keenest competition. It is all very well.for enthusiasts to talk of teaching for the love oi it and to consider the great work tea- chers have and the honor which is theirs in moulding the young life oi the nation. But such ideals do not pay for a living nor provide for- old age or the education of the teacher's children. The teaching profession does not stand as high as it should simply because it is so poorly paid. The teacher with the" salary he 'gets cannot take the place in the world that he should. As a result a man with any aspirations whatever will not stay, in the profession any longer than he can help. There is a certain class of narrow- minded people who say that the tea- chers are well enough jmid ior the work that they do, and they talk of the teacher as working only a few hours a day and having so many ho- lidays. This is a poor miserable way of looking at Ihe 'matter. It is true the teacher works only a few hours in the school room every day but it is also true that he has to read as much or more than any other profes- sional man. if he would keep .up with hir fellow teachers. But oven at that all the pay he gets is what an ordin- ary skilled mechanic would get for the same number of hours of work and the day is so broken that he cannot do any work on the with out interfering with his physical and inentai: preparation for the work of the next day. The world today is paying the man who will carry re- sponsibility and knows how to do No one carries e. greater re- sponsibility than docs the teacher wm> properly realizes his position, and the man who does not has no teaching. In no line of more akin and tact required this in educating the In no profession is flare a greater demand for meVof character, men of sterling worth, fit to leaders, councillors friends, capable of being the ideais for those who will naturally I look up to them. These are worlb paying for and all must be paid for if they would serwred for our schools. The next educational reform will be in the line Q{ raising salaries of teachers so as to somewhere near on with the other WOMAN AT CONVENTION of him. He .was brought to Frank and tried today at the Police Bar- racks by Justice Disney of Coleman und fined with costs The water hiain supplying the C.P. K. tank got blocked. Several men have been employed digging up. Main St. and have succeeded in finding the cause and it is in working order ag- ain. E. T. Fitxsimmons has been engag- ed by the C. A. C.. C.' Co. as tra- velling agent he recently made trips to Calgary and intermediate points, and returned yesterday and left last night for Spokane. Titzsimnions' is manager for the N.- W. Supply Co. Sentinel 'Lodge of A. F. A. M. vorking under- dispensation "for the jast year; appointed 'Dr. D. C. Me Kenzie of Bellevue delegate to th Grand Lodge of-.A. M; held recently in Edmonton. He succeede< in obtaining a charter and now tho odge has full working powers and Prohibition Question to Be Settled by State Democratic Primary Dalas, Texas, June Dem- ocratic State.committee, after an. all night fight on the question of prohi- bition of the sale oi intoxicants, eariy this morning voted to put the ques- tion before the'party in'a State pri- mary election to be held on July: 25. Temperance legislation of some kind la -tins Stata seems practically cer- tain. The vote at the primary will de- cide, whether, it shall take th'e form oi a broad local option measure or ab solute prohibition. The campaign leading to .the-primary will be begun by both sides at once and promises to-be one of the hottest politica fights ever waged in this state. Only Female Delegate to .Republican Gathering Is from Utah FOR SALE Chicago, June only woman who will have a seat on the floor o Republican convention as a reg ular delegate came to Chicago yester day. She is Mrs. Lucy A. Clark, o Brigham City, Utah, and it is de clared that she will also be the only woman who ever had a .vote in a Re publican convention.. Mrs. Clark came to the city merely as an alter- nate delegate. Three hours after her arrival, however, the Utah delegates went into caucus. Then it was .found that one of the regular delegates, C. E. Toose, oi Provo City, would not come to the position, thereupon the vacant position was alloted to Mrs. Clark as a regular delegate. an election 6f officers will, take place on the 24th just., after which the D. G. Mv will be asked to visit Frank and install the samo Sentinel Lodge is very prosperous, having some 30 members and several applications on, the board to made Itasons. Mr. dry goods clerk for the Western Mercantile Co. for the last two years has bought out thctr Lille branch and will start on his own account. H. Lyon of the W. M. Co. is retiring from business both in and Lille. Will be here-for otfe appearance at the :r ATHLETIC PARK Subscription liste for re- served seats now open and held by J. D Higinbotham Co., Dr. O.; J. Conrtice, Oreo. Bannennan, K. R. Davklsou and O.D.Austin I: SEATS, ONE WH1AR Nothing doing in ad. writing for next two days. Too busy getting forward arrears of picture framing and kindred work, but DON'T FORGET that this T-reeVs EYE OPENER is specially good. We purchased specially and can yet supply yon. PROMINENT H. B. MAN DEAD Frcdericton, N. B., June .B. Winslow, for nearly forty years sec retary of Public Works Department of New Brunswick, died at his home after a lingering illness, from hearl trouble and dropsy His father was the late Sheriff Win slow, of Wodstock, and hia grand father wna the late Hon. Ed ware Winslow, at one time administrator of the Government of New Bruns- wick. One brother, F. E. Winslow, now deceased, was for many years" man- ager of the Bank of Montreal, at Chatham, and another the late J. C. Winslow, was postmaster of Wood- stock. COMING WITH THE CIRCUS "The prettiest Indian girl' in the Southwest" ia with the 101 Kanch Wild West Show, which will be here or afternoon and evening perform- ances on July 2. The young woman who wears this proud title ia Miss Fane Big Heart, in whose Veins flows the pure blood of the Osages, the wealthiest Indian-nation of the coun- try. Her receive more than F10.000' annually in government an- nuity; and oil and pasture leases. Miss Bigheart'a home is a cabin on a wooded hillside near Grey, Horse, :la.; which her father or mother will not abandon lor the modern comforts their income warrants: Most. of her hours are spent, however, on a big nearby cattle ranch, where lives her white friend. Miss Sophia Wilson. The Indian belle speaks English flu- ently and plays several musical in- struments.- Horse 'back riding is her hief sport and she can, rope' a steer quickly and 'surely as the most tillful cowboy. She won her title at reoent beauty contest. Miss Bigheart'a parents arranged wedding for her by gift last year, nd the would-be bridegroom, a Gar yle graduate, tied his ponies in her ard. Next day he found them loose, ignifying his rejection and her de iance of the long-accepted Osage cua- of marriage. Miss Bigheart an- nounced to her parents that she would select her own husband. When it became known through the Osage. Indian that the fam OUB 101 Banch would send out'a :Wild West Show, Bigheart enlisted. She says she id having the beat tune of her life. So are the cowboys, when in her company. Janas, t. C.X i JONES Etc. Office: Conyboare Block. AJte. w. c. Oflaee: tUiMpitt lartialaf, Ita. AfMNMN c. Moom Maiit -to B. ROCFtOtt AACHltcCT, A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT Mack, Rftinath Altai BAN BATHING Mexico, June Ma- yor of Tampico, which is ,tthe most noted surf bathing resort has issued a decree prohibiting bath- ers from wearing .bathing ;suits of the regulation American pattern. He says the cut of the suits is too too-clinging. ALVINRIPLEV ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS and AccidW Insuranca 5 Whitney Block N.B. WOMAN SUICIDES. Moncton, N.B., June James Plan lor subscribers two days before ppen to general public of Kent Junction, hanged A c jiEgflKR, hanged herself' in the attic of her w home on Saturday. She was despon dent over ill health. Ladfa (St) A. F, It A. M., GL R. .V Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in tat Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting -brethren .will always receive Q.V.8TORKKY. Secretary, P. 0. Box Utt, When yon want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a huiry go the tterta bstairait Ice Cream Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 228 SENATOR KITTREDGE BEATEN i Sioux Falls, S. D., June face of -the received Senator Kittredge has been defeated for-re nomination in State primaries, th: victory going to Gov. Ooe. I. Craw ford, the candidate of .the "insurg- ents." Crawford's majority, it is believed, will be about WANTED The Leth bridge pnblic and the travelling public to know- ike Hub Cafe ia-asdean and up-to-date restaanmt na there-is in Alberta, and tbat fttnetly white help M employed. moderate Specials Tbnifkt Hot Roast Turkey, Spring Chicken, roast or biedT Ice Strawberry Cream Meets iu K. ol P HaU last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F.. ROGERS, C.R, A. and 8id Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. T. J. WHITE, W.8 Lodge Pride of No. 293, tkc u tnt aatl third in the S f.B. Viaitioc InrtiirMi WOMEN SMUGGLE Chatham, June twenty Chatham ladies Including some of the city's leading society women have been notified by the customs depart ment that they have been discoverec smuggling from Detroit, and they will nor? have to repay price of arti cles smuggled plus duty or return th< goods, else they will be forced to consequences. E. T. McGREQOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent far Farm atjd City limiranca, Calkctians, ah anv AMa. Style and Value r" Tie twlr maik u m the pocket of Refcm UMto to Meeta on the aecoml Taeaday each at 8.15 K. a M. PRIEST. TMATS ITl" n the popular and proper expiana tion of the patient whose system is nan a Al- berta's Pride M poiMtd ami to him. It's a great body bviMer, nay be svre, and IMM no ill after is aoW and detiTered a hoxea oi two dom. bottka. STATIONARY Meet to th i I KEVHI, DICMON, CNHMTIAM T fMp CM 0 E U N I O II Owla, tiw Wulmsiay T. 9IORKBT. thM FrUaf thi p. si. ViaMn alwayv MB8. A. B. HOHF MU. CBAS. McKELVE McGUlRE ;