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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE EIGHT-- TUB GotiwrftY SCHOOL, x COMMUNITY NATIONS are bulll la the public schools. The Ideals, set up by. (he school tfacher remain very' largelythe Idealsofthe pupil through- out life, and his conception of patriot- Ism will bo what he has been .during his scheol years. It Is not too much to say that the present war I? due tij "a difference'of Ideals; fostered by different systems ot edu- cation. Great as .Is. (he Importance o' Ibs public EchooJ.In.pJo1 ajid.well estab- lished .this Importance Is even greater in tha now lands which fire being called .upon to assimilate .populations.from the.more congested countries.. It js.worthy pi note thai In Western which'may be cited a- a casa fn'nplnl of a country vhlch Is called upon to assimilate a population o[ many races. Some ol the ciost slrerjuous political and constl- hinged upon the ol public education. These fights, however, were not wlthoui their purpose, and-'lt Is out- ias arisen i'public school-'polley-xoU calculated -to meet Ibe.netds ol a nan eod raptdly growing country. In such a country- the public, school has I lota on functions not usually associ ated Tvllti It In the older and Dior densely settled communities. Tb Is.not merely., ol Is.also the re llglons and social centra ol the dis Dunnei.the days; th Eat Fish "'for- Eldalth and Economy children of the neighborhood, tmt.lte report of the Inspector of _ ..____ .Va nl n e Province ol this school library movement, is ouly la Us Infancy, no- Irss than n Sunday Ihe missionary his -erricPS, which all attend retTJrdlese f creid or nationality, and on week ighls the building Is used for meet- ngs of farmers, for tbe nknlty the Bed Cross r Patriotic Club, and for purely so- lal events such ts debates, concerts and dances. '.To facilitate the latter. I may be noted that many country schoolhouses use removable deslis which tSe willing hands of the farm- ers' boys quickly dispose ot whenever [here is a dance Another phase of community work associated with the- rural school which has bein copolns Vulo. uromln. euca during the list few Ihe supply ol books to selllers In the trlcl. This wort Is encouraged and U. ar- range for the organization meeting. The committee held a meeting in Ihe Chinook cluu-this afternoon-to make ''final meet- ing which, has been well advertised arid at is expected there will be at auto owners present.-It I'is hoped to secure every.aulo owner as a and a big-program for tie summer has been" with' a number of iivewircs head ot the organization, the new 'club is'bound lo have great success. The meeting is at' elthL. o'clpck-iBe there. (Special HeralJ) Frank. SIzrch Drown, .for merly general manaier' of tlie illll- cirsl Collieries, Ltd., has' lie'cll an- poinled general manager of the Fran- ro-Can2dian Collieries. Limiied; with "ai -rf-jriit.'-' Mr. .Biown ic more recently beer. In charge of drilling for Ihe department of natural resources of Ihe has taken over his new duiles on the first p! tbii :uonlh. ll is undersioorl lhat-lie up his residence here in the near future, present home being in Calgary. -A' trip Irbm Denmark lo way of the Trans-Siberian Railway Ottawa'would be, used to bring Dltk 1 ,i wounded nnd ill. The ship K The sign is alluding the attention white TJIIh red crosses on the side, a of 2 larse number ol -Americans green siripe above ihe a Copenhagen, who haic, Leen wai n f _ _ 1 ...naL-ir fnr an nnnnTtUllLI yellow funncl- 'clrograd. llicnce SIVcria io Vladi- vostok, "thence Ijy way ot Japan Ihe Pacific, and thence across across ivlio havo ueen wauins ,.uic ,'eeks for an oppoltunily.-.lhe American conllnenl lo New 'ri.IGIT WITH IJUI'IJISH To Prevent GT'P. Colds cause Bcbino Quinine T'emorea the cp.use. There is unlr one. "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S plgnature on boi. 2oc. Plain or whichever way you like them but always fresh, crisp and yotill certainly enjoy Washington. March in a nole dcliveredr'to the slate depart- ment Icilay h'y Ur. Hitter. Sniss ruinister, promises.the release of Var- roV.'dale prisoners OH March 7. saying iiuarantine will have liecn compiled wllh by that dale. MANY HOMESTEADS WERE TAKEN UP -Edmonton, Feb. apile of nd- verse coaditlonR 5074 homesteads were patented last year 111 Alberta. 03 home sleid entries were purchased and 4S5 jre-enjplioris were isauedl .In all SD6.- 32S acres were'settled. Tho largusl amount.of Ibis was in the Peace river dlslrlcL There are at present four t-omnais- sloners representing Ihe Alberia gov-' eminent in the United Slates and re- ports from thesf. show that the pros-; perity of Canada has awakened a great I interest in the United States. Many; jeople have a wish lo come, hut for he present defer any decisive slep. i COMMENT ON THE LACONIA Kdmonton, is likely Ihe government will introduce legislation at this session legalizing any grunts to the patriotic fund made by towns, yll iGges, rural municipalities or local ini proveiucnl .districts, .since; August. 1D14 conferring on -Ihese coun- cils' 'ihe right smns jf.nuUic lo fiom their' gener- al reveriiies-tov' ILe-tairrcnt year, un- til the end of tie. war. OLD-TIMER DEAD WlunlpbR, March McDill, a 35 years' resilient of died at (lie residence hls'i family last iged 76. an Orange1 Hall FROM NEEDS' ORCHESTHA 'Gents 50o LadieB.Free This photograph shows the War vessel lvins at anchor lit Ihe" uarhor al Vninidcn, HolIanJ, near Am- sterdani. after being severely Uainageil by Ihe Drilifh palrol. Made of choicest taked to a to you in Uiple-Eealed cartons. In Packages Only. Or, if you prefer them, you'll find all the same good qualities in our GRAHAM WAFERS Berth-West Biscuit Co., Umlil EDMOHTOM Fell. ing an editorial on n report from Washington that Pres. Wilson decided the deaths ol the United Stales citizens on the consti- tute an overt act the Daily News ar- sues thcra might have been overt acts involving greater destruction o[ life but- there could have been none pre- setting a more comnlele fulfilment of the ra-.mi'.fcr.; to hy Ihe prc sidenl In his address to-concrcss on Kc'o 3. "It. esEcntia! thai if the United Elates enters the war sheshal enter it aass the XCWE. "in3 a Blransc co- incidence that, the Earn? day brings us Ihe rcrort of lac labored and Jesu- itical endeavors of Hie German chan- cellor-to detent! before his country- men the' which ailrlcd Ihe Un- ited Slates to the lisl of Germany's It Will be to Your Interest to See Us Before Buying We manufacture' ami carry stock a complete line of Harness Collars Saddles Saddlery Hardware TniiiUs Cases Mills Gloves FancyLciiiliOL1 Goods "Ihe H.islc-ry if on Oranac' in.lodiy'i issue. I On- Wednesday, --March 7th, AT ONE Q'CJ-OCK On the M-iH of J. J. Tirfiii, wpsl juilf of Section ll-S-21, six niul'luilf iliilcs soiilh 'telKvl' learn of brown _ l 2200 Ihs., W E AL 4 "5 I mo lire.; 1 brown gcidlng, a ycirs old. weight about Ic gelding 3 years old, wclglil about ISyO Ibs.; 1 black 8 niii 'lion Ibs 2 grey ecWincs, 3-years'old, welghl a..-..-------- 1 grey horse, 5 years about 1101) Ib..; 1 bay dnvlng horse, 5 1100. fra.; '1'icara welehl 2500 Ibs. These horses as atlvcrllseil are all broken. All these 'mares are bred to-ncglstcrcd Pcrcheron stallion. Ilcrakhire sow, lo farrow In April. cow. S years old, milking now; 1 cow, lo he frcsn shortly 1 calf; 1 rcEislerc.l Shorthorn Durham Hull. 2 years oln. truck wagon; 1 mowing machine; 1 hay racv, 2 lumber wagons and grain lanks; 1 democrat waSon; pole and shafts; 1 manure aprcaTfcr; 1 side nclhcrj ha> raw, t sets double learn harness, VA horse power engine; I slock saddle ami 1 uasolinc tnginc. Silver Wyandollcs. Bllvor'Uccil. FURNITUHE-6 hcda. ami niallresscs-comnlcle; 2 oaK bed room 1 hcd room sulle; 1 largo Mlenalon table; 1 oak sideboard; kllc11cn; I heallns slovcs; 1 Singer sewlnp. nachmc; J sranll ruga, 1 oak rocking chair; 1 Jlorrls chair; child's high chair; washing churn- 2 clothes haskcls; 1 rcfrlKeralor; 1 bread mlicr; 1 oak parlor cerTe' (able; 4 lollcl set.; milk ami milk 6 lamps; 1 IHn- will b: sold as the propricjor has rcnlcd his farm. TERMS CASvl J. J.. T1FIFN, Pr.p. JAMES A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER ;