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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta She tfcralb fllbertn WNp DAILY AND WEKKLY and fHf LtTHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT I NO LIMITED Ml Street Lethbrldgt Buchanan Ptaldent and Managing Director John BunInM Manager In this at with Ihn nml tho womans scanty irtprt of it as n us compared with her husbands ish dcpcndoncp upon to convince one ns fur HS upper rospirn tory tho soculled irration al dross of women has If apologies to As If woman over made apologies for the vagaries of however blznrro to the of No mnsculine jibes and flouts and sneers over shook her self PICKS TELEPHONES she has shown her own despite Business Off ici 12511 mans theory Unit she never Editorial Office 1114 Now she finds a medical champion who enables her to turn the on her critic of the other sex and vrho j says thnt absurdity Indress is the re proach of not of The Subscription per week best costume ever designed by a civ year ilized people is tho Highlanders by per year bare knees andthin by per year by per ysar to says tho sartorial Tho has his of eipiry of subscription ap pear dally on address Accept ance of papers expiration date ti GERMAN LANGUAGE our authority to continue 0e sub THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR A successful British attack was car ried out on the western front last a considerable number of pris oners being There Is evidently little change In the situation on the Italian The American forces are making themselves felt on the western their attacks during the past few weeks having been disastrous for the re TOO MANY SCHOOL Tho Calgary Albertan wisely marks that children are sent to school to acquire not to cram beads so that they may answer examination questions The point is well We have IN THE At the last regular meeting of tho school board the question of teaching modern languages by the direct method was discussed At that meeting it was brought out that Oer man is not being taught in the High and the members of the board of education expressed the opinion that it was not likely to the question is of such general interest at thiss espe cially in view of the widespread agi tation in the United States to discon tinue the teaching of German in the schools of that that the fol lowing discussion of the German lan guage by the Winnipeg Free Press is worth repeating The view of the people on this con tinent who are advocating a general boycott of the study of German in the colleges and universities not shared by the educationalists In Great Bri tain who are thinking the condi Occome wedded to the examination tions which the educational system of the means of determining I Ule be prepared to meet s when the war is About a year the fitness of for As a matter of tho examination is a very poor especially in the case of the younger 43 they usually the summer months when the boys and girls drawing strongly on their store of vit the examination is mostly im The best that has ever been said about the examination method Is that it is the only workable We do not know this be cause we hare tried any other We as if we were wedded tion system until the end of1 our We venture to state that if examina tions were1 entirely abolished for a and the question bf the illness of a promotion were left entirely teacher to decide we would have educational in and our would be taughtinore of things useful to them Jn afterschool life instead of having their heads crammed witji a lot of jumbledfacts useful only during examination ago the British Prime Minister ap pointed a to enquire Into the study the educatibn institutions of the The report recently sub mit measure of attention givento Ger The generar effect of the report is that the amount of time devoted to the study of modern languages should be greatly The need of greater facilities the study of foreign languages by the officers of the army and navy is strongly emphasiz The adoption of higher lan guage qualification for the general consular service is together with the freer use of the services of women trained in foreign Another recommendation is that new professorships and lectureships be established for instruction in the history and economic system the five prin cipal countries and that the allowance for French be half as much again as for each of the four remaining The calculated disloyalty of German settlers in many seek through the public school syeteni to perpetuate an alien ex plains and justifies the agitation In Clyde died at V I A splendid program of attractions j has been arranged for Banff for Am ieriean July I Snively an employe of tho Sinicoe Car fell from the storey of the factory and I Windsor fish merchants said to bo exporting fish to nfctrolland making large Farmers irt are having the I unusual experience of herding cuttle i in canoes owing to The New York Central Railway i closed its Toronto being the last United States railway to leave i that Several carloads of islennonltes from Manitoba andMinnesota have settled on eight sections of land near The entire main machine shop of the Canadian Klondyko MiningCom was burned to the ground at Bear near Robert a New York brok ers has been found Jghilty of forgeries amounting to over a mil lion I The Navy Leagtid work through out the Province of Alberta has In creased during the past ten days by j over i Pacific coast steamship companies asking emulate tho railroads and charge a 3centamile The death of a prominent practising physician at took place at his home in that village I quite A Federal tnx of a on dogs anil cats is suggested ington as a good way to raise half a billion additional No action has been taken by the railroad administration of the looking to the taking of control of the stock yards inthe country and even if there was a desire at this to bring them under Federal the administration be lieves it ha not the authority under j existing THE LADIES GET i the United States against the use or study of German in the public as in this it is essen tial that every child should know English and in order that the attainj menl of this end may be assured the i deputy postmaster at Toronto for has been appoint ed postmaster Lpomis died at the home bf her John at tho age of 34 Thomas of who died very suddenly at his was born In Toimtto in 1867 More accommodation is urgently needed In Calgary by the public The old fire ihrfrses jin Calgary must makejToonif for auto trucks which will shortly take their In n collision between freight trains at living jat Fraserville was killed under overturned Frank a prominent lumber merchant and a lifelong re sident oC died at the age of 77 rather of Fred Methodist Mis sionary died at The death occurred at Grand Rap of formerly of after an at tack ofpnralysftf of the The South a refrigerator ship of has been launched at Baltimore 40 days after the lay ing bf her keel a veteran of the present war and a university stu has been drowned in the Skeena At Gait rationing of power was re ported to on account of there being in Hydro to meet local de Eight Plotro Di Apos tolic Delegate to Canada and New has been created Titular Archbishop of who been the Methodist miatsjer at the has been transferred the Brock street Methodisl Owing to the Mpression that regi stration would cbntmil them ser land in the Far dttWmtie nwvants liavoleft Mont thel homes In New Nova Thonflts SWiln forged tye of a medical officer ex hlUttWn camp to ail order for keY and wait given 30 ftflttirned BdMlera are taking ndtan of the institute of at Cnltary and are attending the four teen courses taiiRht in tho institution M large While ride on the back of wagon at Woodrow four years of nerlotfs injiiriss when his slipped anflwns caught in the lumes the wellknown Jabdl and tempernnco will New Zealand for a six months lecture tour inthe interests of tern Kftnneth 17 years ran away home n weeks ago because his parents insisted upon his wearing troua ers to Owing to the food shortage the monks Bernard have killed all but six of their famous Bernard David president of the hardware firm of Ilowden died from the effects stroke at He went to that city from Watford 30 years Four employees of the Hamilton Street Railway Company were charg ed with stealing money and ticlceU from fare Two pleaded guilty and the others were found Barrie has been awarded a contract for cutting cords of hardwood in Algonquin Laid down In the consumers yard this wood will cost about per Elle a was condemned in tfte Quebec Superior Court to pay all damages arising out of a forest fire he and the Appeal Court sustained his After a brief illness and a married of over Slityfour years there passed peacefully into rest at Toronto Robert 82 yearn of Sievawrlght died very suddenly in Chatham from an attack of heart to which he had been subject for some He was a practising physician there for The whole upper works of the What the Press Received Various estimates have been as to tho amount the press received from the Government In connection with tlio press pnhlHty for the Vic tory but tfio figures pnld worn clearly set forth In audited statements to Annual celiiif of Canndiini Press AsF held in Toronto 6ft June jli anrl Tho tola amount paid by tho Gov ernment for advertising space was which was distributed among newspapers and other Approximately was spent lif tho preparation and dnUrlbu tlon to the proes of a large number of special wfelch were inserted In thepress without1 The Setting of type ami mnklng of duplicate pliites of the advertisements for the various publlca tlons used and the fees pnld to the five cooperating advertising agencies for Iholr services corit In the neighbor hood of making tho total ex pendilure As the total cost of floating the Loan was approximately the Governments press publicity represents lesi than fvo per of the total It is Interesting to note also tlml the publicity ctfsl only ono twentieth o per of the iota BiibfcVlbed to Ihfl The pdftimity WftBe Loan was handled by Oanadmn Press As aiM Ine ptflcers of thn Association and Its Individual metn eioopornted splendidly Jtj raaklnp tho cnraprilw a During thrcn Iftst Fall moatof tW tlrfie ot the Cal gary and the office was devoted to the press publicity and for several Weeks the rommitlRe of publishers In wore In almost continuous The individual on the oilier without spnco In their newspftpem and other publications If calculated at their regular commercial would run up to more than the total amount paid for the advertising Neither Canadian Press Association KS nor any of ita officers or received remun eration for In connec tion with the hose services lie Jng given voluntarily and in the spirit of national dam at the Revelstoke power plant have gone out as u of extra pressure due to rise in Ihe Illeclllewaet River and the collection of an immense log Tim Canadian Wine Spirit Company and is bringing action against the town of Kmpress and three officials of that Sulli van and for Investigation is being conducted at Queens Military Hospital into the IOHS of withdrawn from the bank by a Russian pa who is suffering from ne Bishop Evans has the Latter Day Saints after 42 years because he has discovered certain tenets to which he cannot He bhs founded a new called the First Church of Josus Christ in He takes 250 of the local saints with Sensitiveness over being known as a German was given as the reason for the suicide in New York of Wil liam for nearly fifty years a member of the New York cotton ex once its president and pop ularly known in cotton circles us Rocky INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER f INSURE NOW There is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Gibbons Company Phone 1191 Block always scornful of leminine observes tbe staid and sober j eliminated from the schools and their Toronto and is never so of his superiority as when he compares bis own mode of so free from he prides the frivolities and vanities of wo mans He is never without a ihaft his quiver of ridicule and sa tire for the costumic whims of the other What could be more ab surd than womans custom of baring study in elementary grades To propose a general boycott of Ger man in colleges and how is avastly different i on the groundof a knowledge of the German language among tUe nations will after the not less but more nec essary than This war will be followed by desperate trade war the world has witnessed and among the most desperate of the par ticipants in that struggle wilKhe the Germanspeaking It may not tier throat to the blasts of winter or i be possible for us to entertain a feel covering her shoulders with fur on a i fns friendliness for but we competl thm and to blistering summer day Womans womans womans without these to whet their wits ilift professional humorists and illus l raters would be roboe4 of a large of their stock in The irate husband and his wifes dressmaking una millinery bills furnish inexhaus tible material for the workshopin which the standard jokes are CJomes Walter Jones in The Medical Record to demolish this airy fabric of mans He asserts lhat the very irrationality of womans garb against which man has is its strong point Womens dress takes no note of time of the or The question whether thin slip pers or high thin stockings or a cloth or a chiffon high neck with a feather boa and cloiefit wrists or low jjeck and bare fur or cloth hat or bareheaded of these questions are decided solely by and never by the season or tbe The fact is it is a familiar observation that wo men are superior to while men are its he most of the olds and catarrhs occur among tnales it is the not Who make whatever disagreeable throat and nose iioisas tiru heard the houses and the cuspidor in not It is ouly to note the Blza ttud char of ihe pocket handker says as compared allu LU MU1I1K flcKlcC I with To neglect the study of German would be to leave a valuable I weapon to in the The Germans before the war knew the value of a knowledge of They used it to advantage when roin Pfiting with the AngloSaxon for trade and have found it not without value I in Anyone should see that If we are to compete with them success fully we must know what they are thinking and The man who is most jealous of German success should most zealous to safeguard the facilities for the study of German by those of our people who must be their competitors in thocom ing Sentjmental folk who regard the use of German by Anglo Saxon lips as a form of may be able to reconcile themselves to I tho nation by recalling the fact that we have been obliged in selfdefence to use poisoned Flexible as the Foot A Rinex sole conforms to every detail of muscular action of the it does not resist like leather but lends every of its WAR LAST TILL j SOMEBODY IS LICKED i is the nearest approach to what nature intended for The Indian in his moccasins never had trouble with His footwear responded to the action of the Rinex does Rinex bonds with the foot and insures comfort on hard pavements and roueh The Resiliency of pure rubber is in The fibres do the rest long return to proper Rihexsoled shoes are genuine economy in Rinexedshoes outwear other shoes and retain their style and appearance The flexible Rinex practically eliminates strain on the June lot of peo ple ask me how long the war is going to They want to pin me down to a Will it last three months Six months year or ten years We dont know awl we dont care This war will end when somebody In lick We aro not wnie of a spticl the Alpine to Im iincludiuK hy ol tlmsseurti Ueltytred iiiuiil i al i lie Hotel here on tliu of lunch 10 tin by Hit tiiizuiio of Devlin ten Rinex insulates the feet against heat and cold r is absolutely will not crack and stitches will not tear Rinex soles are ideal for the children for all the family in and it is surprising how much Rinex saves on shoe Get out that comfortable old pair of Tell your cobbler to put Rinex soles on Theyll be good as new or Rjnex soles on the next new pair of it ensures Rinex Soles made and guaranteed by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Limited Head Office t Montreal Western Branches I HAIL f Experience IB 17 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN ALBER TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY COM PANY PAID LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN Doeint this appeal to you as a good reason why you should in sure with British America Be safe raO er than sorry and now by letter or telephone to Nelson and Company 416 Fifth Street Lethbridna FARMERS You know that rain at this time of tlin after a contin ued spell of dry is invariably accompanied by has been shown by the recent Hail Storms in North Kastern 00 NOT DELAY Be Protect yfju Crops right away in Company tha Wtstwn Canadian Hail H AI L INSURANCE i3 M of the ex penses anrl you are inly running in uiiniciwsary risk in putting off sotting cover Vin want business and Hive you in exchange Service and Security We are Local Agents for Employers Liability Assurance LIMITED Winnipeg Fire UNDERWRITERS AQKNCY itml other First Cluas Hall nnu and oun cover you PrtONE OB WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL Phone 449 Block LETHaHIPQE And at Vulcan ;