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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAlll.ll I 1. I'JIll run: i.KTiiiwinr.i-: DAILY PAGE NINE Educating AtlUUT Iii moutbs u Brat yosalble for a n told If r, who !is-j beei service ifcai U title for Mm ly rcsuiua bid roruir civil IQ iske-i tmluinit ucdfr and, which filled him lor whkli not be preveatfa by iliiUUniy.ln other words, blq MIS- rarffully his i lij taken Into juk-oual.Vtd bis Jen lirranjed'SO lhai In his new Villon ke could develop .cleucy. As au lake 'cliinlst who had losi a Ire; obvltvisly his was sm-li tit couU rot resume tbai lit had knowledge of blue aad In? and some latent ability la line. Me J'JLESW! (or a At utilisation of hU course he n-as at a urany equal to Ins Wat's as a mtchlnlsL Tbf lost u was uo handicap as bis new occupation Jid not call fur any Ing around. Thus mar ly iiandlcajippd as a matiiinlat, VDiblwl to overcome liSa I coiupttp Hucttasfully ft lib lo il'.o increases number of antl occupations rhfcti It nfi-essarr lo iralu such it becabie tint train- ins places shuuld found. Obvloua- Jj'if a nun 10 be trained for a position In a machine snop, the 10 uain him was rlsni 1" tbe partlcu lur machine lu which he. w eventually employed. This re- fcijiied In the Institution of In- dusirial riru Industries In Montreal to tx sur was ADIUS Sbopi din 11 Pacific It cat Hv be thetc fmployloK ibousands of aklUet. in jiractlrally all kinds of work, offered greitt for lY'f training of men The meelEoTied induatrlal survey consisted ol a detailed report on rvcry posHlon In Iho Anjus Shops; It showed Ihtngs ?XRrt naiura the work (lone what disabilities TOiild hinder a man dolnj tha work. ThlR was z, suiat to the District Voca- tional Ofiter, as a reference lo It r sriiat mechanical Returned do luit Uiiuk that tho tariff .should ratiicKed in thu tulvocatctl by the gralo We think 'it should Le Hem by item attcr the cartful scrutiny, coiuluilei Mr. r-Mvot (lit- growers ;tre llit'i grain sufitTt-il lui; tht- wur Ov UIUJ-L SPARTACANS SUR RENDER Isv.a not as du-rf tiavi1 botoi in our n iiti'ou vious tlie !j-j suin-it '.o (ho c liC'SLfve tJv.r, its P TOHOSTO, Murcli niij. sei'tniJ March VI.-- As- Tbe Spar- have lor s-urreiHler to the gov- to JDria in circulation this af- iKKtn. luncheon today. iyn thai the grain yf lirne. as KOOU as the Jo over there w 11. Touching i tlie uii ManiiffLCtur levee in the ni pms larih" that .uaic ry. he by ifitwcen "rant'j ami the and ntu Are jiald u Maklsg, Shops. (ir.-tV uinl workers who the iir.-vi-ntcd from ni? Must the war out of jobs wait PAINS AND ACHES YIELD QUICKLY Making H locomotive side rod bushing. oncprnrd. jbeeo gassed, shell shock f It tiJLght appear from forego- Itured by wounda, Lnd and rally nl( a disabled man would be pbysl- Ing the.t the employment offered by able lo do wtthtut by his dlsallllty. being C .P .n. [o men belnj trained by j Ilia Invalided Soldiers' Commission Krotn the onlRel every official of! Is connnpd to positions In the ihc P. IL who was approached es- pTf-s'ed grcal Interest In the work.1 and by cooj'fration rendered most iiialerial asalatance in the rclnstal- Inr of dieabled EoldlerE In civilian occupations. The general scheme o{ training by the Invalided Soldiers' Commission is to give any mmn tak- ing a aiocliliie shop Iratnins about three -quarters of Ills course In machine sbor at McGIll University, then place out with nn such as the Anguc Shops to finish that cours- gain ibc practical experience. Durlug the Shops. Such however la not lb.t Evcrr departmeat hts UVen on men. clerks. drausMsrcen, telegratihers. are highly strung and nervous and will for some time to come. V.'hat they make ot themselves denenrts you. tE one ot men make a lake and la rouRhly reprlmarilpo. he Is likely to shake llfce a Irnt, excited, etc., and be very In some Industries there has bcenjroakc anything of; Is a leocierjry to flfiht shy of the return- The greatest tact, care and attention ed men.'the reason stated being hlsjthat yon can give tbese men In help Inability and apparent lack of power j Ing tliem to become useful ot concentration on hla -worlc. Not. Is what the Company expects, and, so with the C. P. H. consider-'moreover, you owe Jt to them, atlon Is ihe returned man andj There are bound to be tome excep- every possible allowance Is madejiloiis and some men o'ill fall lo roahi which will assist him In re-eslaWlah- good. The success or failure of the In civil lite. The alll-j majority, however, depends on you, LtiAc taken by the higher ftffidals ot the C. P. Tt. In to dlsablpii F.tudonts ITI the fol- i Ihr- roan Is t lUtvances from ihe Invalided Sol tiers' Commisston so the firn; with which be Is working la not called on to him anything. In this way thp mnn heroics accustorapd to his work la a place where he '-'III nrob- .akinp letter, ot InstmctSona p.bly b? t-l the terminatlaTi ii of hU course, and thci hav. lug had the man under him fnr some lime, knows something atirxit his ivork method Kent rally tr. disablcfl mrn THE HKTUHNKD SOU31EU AS j the front. and It is your privilege to help youi connlry In this national crisis by en- deavoring to citizens out of the ncrve-Ehattered men that art com mincing to come back'to Uj fropi Are you tormented In1 Xc Lumbago, Sciatica or oi those aches thai require a counter-irritant? Then let llie soothing, calion oi Sloan's Liniir.cr.t slop live pain by drawing the lilood away from ihe congested jmt It is the pressure on the nerves by the blood rushing to the inllanteiJ muscle or joint (bat you ache. So when Sloan's Liniment relieves (be swollen blood vessels by setting up a counter-irritant on the suriace, tlie circulation is (yjuiUzal. sympathetic nerves ail soo.htJ. and soreness oc lameness disappears. Sloan's Luuir.cnt is probably the counter-irritant most widely used lo overcome painful inflammation in cases of neuralgia, sore muscles, joints, strains, bruises, gout, is not required. Tins clear, clean liquid is easily applied as it does not suiu iht skin. Made in Canada. Generous size bottles at your drug- gists. The World's Linirnewi 30c, GtlC, EMPLOYEE. do yoii treat a returned sol- ilier working, np.der you? Do you consider him as iin ordinary worlc- further proof et the Interest ot C, P. R. necessary? No! Now for results. 01 the first hun- dred men to complete Industrial Re- man, let him shift for Mmsif.tf and nducational Courses in this unit, ten .oak on hts rr.lslaVes only as. you! were einirinycd by the C, P. n. qn would an ordinnry employes? If tta termination of their courses. Up arc asaiimlDgL that-he Is In all just a normal roan nnri P ahfe (o do (he same worh IT and 'do.' you are for ivhlrh have employee. If teen trained rritli ii-j gip n-roTiR. lerminaUnn il cnirfp an-J employ- Many rsturncd; fulrtjers' ronslltu nnti is thus lo arc broken down. -They have abumt two hundred men havo completed courses and now raanj of these men art; employed by the C. P.R.t t. e.: These men have taken courses in no IMS than 12 different trades, so. it b obvious that tbe C. P. R. ti splendidly. IRISH VS. SCOTCH ON ST, PATRICK'S DAY Tlie call nut tills nicni- ing! vs. Scotch on Si. I5av at ihe rink, the Kfcliys anrt the O- Fiabertys clnsh wit'i the McXiihbj ar.il UK: oiiipr >lac.s, nr.il a HoVihuvikl eve- ning may lie expected.! Irish lino up rinks antl lei tho secretary liavc [heir names. Hnololi do like-, wise. The competition will be held in the evening. o o o 4 4 INTERNATIONAU JURISDICTION j FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS HEHXK, March the confcr- encc; of the league of nations societies hi session here, a resolution wtis utloit'ed totlay In favor jof conferring international jtiriadlclion on the league with courts for the-rtefinile settlement o ol iiuurnaiiODal diCTorcncea. Quest- g concerning nationality were dis- cussed, several plans being proposed concerning the right of scU-determiu- alien, plebiscites antl the formation of new countries. Nell Sinpnian, moving picture actress, is in Edmonton on the way to Lesser-Slave Luke, where she will star in a series of pluya taken there. The v Robinson Folding Bath Tub ALBERTA BATTALION RETURNING OTTAWA, Mar. ailiHUtm to thu fainrnis Princcsa I'alrio.in's batta- tlic slearrtfti- t'armanla, whidi jaiieil from Liverpool on March S. will lulng ,lieunr> the 49th baualion of Ktl- ironton. years old, 2500 1 brown team geldings, 4 years old. 2600 Ibs.; 1 sorrel learn of mares, 4 and 7 years old, 2600 Ibs., 1 marc in foal; 1 grey team mares, 4 and 5 ;years old, 2400 Ibs.; 1 grey gelding, 4 years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, S years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 9 years old, 1350 Ibs.; 1 brown mare, 4 years olrtj 1300 Iba., In foal; 1 bay mare, 4 yearn 'old, 130Q 1 bay maie. H years old, 1250 Iba., In foal; 1 mare, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs.: 1 marc, 4 years old, 1200 Its.; 1 driving mare, 10 years old, 1100 Ib3-. in foal; l black mare, 4 years old, 1200 1 bay mare, 10 years old, 1400 Ibs., In foal; I saddle pony; horses brake to work; 1 brood sow. TERMS OF HORSES: 25% casb, balance payable by approved joint notea on Nov. 1st. 1319, with on all credit amounts, nr uiJ iur cash on the credit amounts. Cattle, Implements and Household Furniture CATTLE: IS head ot choice dairy cows, including Shorthorni. Holsteln and Jerseys, some fresh and others fresh shortly; 8 ot 2-yearoW filers and heifers; 5 calves. IMPLEMENTS: 1 corrugated pacfcer surface; 1 Magnet cress separator, 1000 capacity; 1 wngrm and hay ruclc; 1 (nick wagon, water .lank, pumj> and hose; 1 wagon with rack; I lumber wagon nhd grain box; 1 set'of Iron harrows; 2 cultivators; hay rakp; I binder; 1 mower; S rolls of Hog wire: n number of tools including forks, shoveJs ami picks. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: Household furniture for 5-rootn house including: 1 Rood range; 1 new oil 1 heater; 3 bed- Meads, springs and mattress; 1 dresier ft nil wash stand; carpets bedding, trocfcery ami other flnall TERMS OF SALE for tlip rattle, implements aiul tuinitihrearectiA. The cattle, Implements and furniture are the property cfi Ji C. Chenery, who hewing iold his farm, will move them to J. J. Tit ft n't place for tale, J-J- J. A. SMITH, J, C, CHENERY, E. ENGLISH, CLERK. Auctionrtr. ;