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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LKTlinniDttB DAILY IH-DAT-D FRIDAY. 1917 ITROM Fl'.OXT have in Biillo ol war staled Ihat there undouljl- illy cases in wlileli 'botuls re- mired. JJr, Stanley -'OLV- (or i Agricultural Scliccls Tills year, saUl Hon. Ur.iLc.in I" fl.fill, iii the i-it 'ot "Albcila uerlcuHr.iMl ciluruli Eiucicula. In or.e ffujral in two year ;md four year they instruction. 10 .103 so. OliU Ihey hail limes us many -u Albeiln Manitoba, Jri Dieir largo iiiEilluLioii wliith liail been running 'cr several' years before tbcy haJ in ,M- heria aud willi a niurli larger lloiij Uicv were giving cducaljon lo slixlools. OF Hie 31f> receiving Dgricuhural education in Alberta, -J95 were In Ilio schools, and ihc university, 2 of them being two year f-lmlrnts.' Last year Iherc in Ihc schools nlono 3-11. atlemi- ar.eo had droiijied off a lidle, I tim- ed iliu minister, by ihc fad that 73 hoys had enlisted, ilosi of Ihcse were lasi year simlenis. Then oilier hoy? had enlisted, and their brothers -had not teen able to gel lo the echools. ior dllloua ainMf'tlio wnr keeiis ULI rts il is at die iirescut time I do noi Ihiuk llie" government 'Would Le In building more than one erltool. llul s toon as tlie cud ot it Is lu I UiiukVvryimrallQiia sLiuuht bo J.-iaJe In this province1 Cur making ttii> must effective amusements possible c education br HID hoys who are nil the farms, because ailor ihc war more tlmi nt miy oilier Ifnu1, uill ihoj'irosuerUy of the cuunlry dopcm! uj'yir agriculiurfl.1'- Boys AnxlouB .Mr. Marshall the house lhai as u result of a canvass anioiip Tho jrUlllc schools Hi CaUnry US hoys had expressed a ilosjrc not lo so school.-but in Iho si-V-ool' of ufiHvulliu'ft. llo thought all ihc mem- bers of the house would a free him that ihey had nude a.wise 3ti of tho boys' futlicrs liaj reported lo Jhe school board lhal ihc> would like 1C ihey could make arrange njnUs for n sliorl tertn of one of.the schools of agriculture, as they vauu TO out on Ihe land boys. Thai, salil Iho minister, just an iC'Jlcaiiou of what was to-happen in Ihe country in ihc two or three Work Q( School tlio vole of ivoiilJ onllnur ily, salil he, huili] two schools. Thj government might speml il aud ttiej rhlldreji's protection, expressed. Hie opinion tlinl iiol.be l (Iio-iiintritciiBitca or their ililldren in juardlans'of criminals hail iiot (ulpay !or them, iiellhep had Darenls the cilucullori o[ ihplr chlldreiV. J, Jl, Jloyle that, the ?liSklrcu svere In the btv U was only rlshi Ihey slia.uhrnay towards IJiolr milntonaiicc. J. Kemuiis said fhpt. In iuan> cases it was the children's fault. lion. A. G. McKay saUi thg effect of Dr. Stanley's cqplenUon1' would, he that all parents had to Ui> 10 have an Imtiioral homn lo gel rhl of ki tlieir chlHren. Mr, a lo the women ivlip looheil Lieglcetcil children, leferTlng lo lie kiicw- of thctr n-ork.lu Letliuridge and .Medicine Hat, dud urgcil. I" iLiey should be coiupousalcd. Premier Sifiou, foiuarklng Ihal he .lipre no volo for lun-eau.of poclnl research. ic- illed lltftt iliQ Brmil'lfTuf bcon Irawti. i Mr. Jloadlcy exiilaiiiihl Dial I'o JmJ uiulR'd bccauGO he received a rosoludoii from the Lollibrlilgo board of t ratio tirglUK lluil Iho'valunblo >vorh Iho bureau wus doing among the for- eign jwnulnMun should' rccqlve more suiniotl. t'oiHos of 11 LU rosolnlUni. he said, hail sriil to HID jireiuEcr, Ihc leader ot iho aiul thu moiuLicrs of.lliG house. C. H. Mitchell snW Ihat Iho Kraut had been illtTOiitinned uifau- ivlillo. Hoivovcr. Ihe ifino for discus- slou on'the subjijet was wlion Iho cetUKieons esiiniates nx'fe coii; S. 1J. llllloeks spoke or what was be- ing ilouo hi the til IPS for Uic care of neglcctoil children and that the staff In Iho largo cciTitrcs" of Duchess i of Conn might- directed ii Jt. Cowoll, cJprJ, jot tho.hoHEC, tc II.It.11. :'Ui6 .ox-liovemor-Cijnna. av.f-onmiunlcftllon, oxpirosti- ng Uio'dcoji Bynijuilhy ot the tlvo und "tlioir LcllcC Hint (lip memory of IUUL Would vtvq hi tlio viluablo stir- hoc Ju liumy n noble eiuiso. sym- pathy and to luve'lhe work done. llon xvas not. rolylug- too'- much. JDH iw.imi.-y thought'Iho I'iilujiatc ol mailer, said Die womeu whri ivero do- (or' ndmtuUirrtiioii of Iho ..__ ciimiiKUc.t had Rono corciullv into this frholo i- "The policy of ihe gorornuiciiL with! might not. they wanted was l> regard lo agricultural cducstfau Is be ready at close of the war t said ihe minister, "iherb" rirn'givc every youns iuan nnd youny wo- tho work were not doing It- for money. So f.ir os I'osslblo Nit1 gov- ormuenl was trying lo poonlc who were not worKluB for iho monetary remuneration, but were Interested in. the work. The cilles, )ie s'.Ateil, sveie reimbursed for ihe shollcrs cNiireescd iileasurc that icro were no rcForamtarfCf In t'ie hundreds of hoys OQ the farms., te twopn ihc of 14 and 15 aufl iho reason-they are at home, ami noi fit the war. 'is because Ihey ore not.old .enough. Many are eager aiid ROQ'.e h4vu tried to iu spite of thtir luronts. Now what are these IIQVS doiug? Staying at home on the farm; staying out cf EcUool.to dp farm "Tiort, because iheir brothers arc at Ibe'fronl. Tliey are deprived ot that things or the teue- fit oC a public school cducatian and there. Is-'iilaced within their reach in' the: province, when this war Is over, some- place they go when they arc practically growu men of 17, IS or If to set a Letter general education and at time set a Kooil agricultural educalion, I "do not lecl this government Is do'iug Us a sentiment the hcuse --ed by i's applause. :X "Our experience In connection with "these continued'ihe mini-s been that SO cent, of the boys come froci wtthio X_radiurs c. 'iS "If. it had not been for war coiuli ttons our xhreo scboolR- would hav '-'beeb crowded cut last year. I-aal year >-e had .it! Olds school, where the accomtnodation is for 150. This win iau a chance (o get ITiJit Xind of aliou and that wouUl ouablo hetier'diachargc (heir duites to he country. Hn did not think ho- newl ay anytlilus about the ot .Iho clipnis. ]le had never heard any boy girl, who had' not as n soil general advertlElns asenl tind of Inslruclldn that given licrc aud they iveal about llieir ,ess ou Ihe farm or ID tlie household avius a etcaler interest and saiisfac- .Jon' iu their nrorli, and feeling more contented anil satislieil on tho farm. "1 concluded ihat minis ier, "with llie cnrrylo? out of this pol- icy of more schools of agriculture Ihat at the end of the ten years from now Alberta will be lraining more stu ilonis in agriculture, Uian any ,othcr pTovincb in'tlic'Cointolon of Canada in spite of (heir 5i2e nod population unless it bv> Ontario, which lias lalel> built a school of agriculture at Kempt ville." Marshall said tbal he had-hai a letter from Mr, Ferguson, the ter of lands and forests ot that prcv iiiee, the other flay in which he stal cd that he hoped that "was only in first of a number at schools (o b built in the province, a vicV to getting the schools nearer the. boyi anil girls, who should atlcad them. J. A. McColl, Acadla, said that thi money proposed 'o he voted was uo cnoueh. li there was going to b caiioiial service, he staled, it sh be'm the direction of providing culture iirolcclioD. There was doubt, he. asserted, about his claiu for the school, that the minister salt would be built tbii year, lie was jio pulling" forward the Claim to'cMc voles. He did not care whether h was elected or. not. but he wanted school for the people he represented Congratulates Minister Mr. Hillocks complimented, the mln ister on his policy a n'ri" hoped ihat boy and girls attending the schools of ag riculture. would have tome -provisio made for'tlicm .so Ih'ac the went lo the high school they ivoult] ge t-redit for the term at tbe school c agriculture. Hon. J. It.- Doyle replied Ibat sue; regnlaliohs had been made by. tb .medical dcpaTlment of education. bucuranedthcnrme-lhiswillbe 100 Miles Apart The minister said that it' would hav Eminent Medical, -Aiitiiorilies.Endorse" It. Dr. .Brailhwiita os Dr." that whatever may bg 'the dUease, the annE.Eeldom fail's i a "famiehin j 03 with i clue to the princi- upon which ii-ic lo be. Irealed.i -.'And accamle knowledge concerning tbe -lalare "of be obtained. Ii backache, scalding urine or frequent tjolher or distress you, blood baa.c'aajcd goat or sciatica or "you suspect-" '-kidneyor bladder tronbla Dr. Pierce a.t the EargtceJ '-'N.V.; jerid of nrine and de- "Ecribe Yoa will receive free done without charge.and yoa bennder no obligation. Dr. Pierce .daring many years ot experimentation has discovered a'ncTf remedy wbich ba find" i? thirty-seven tunea more poijer- iiia in unc acid from the systeml II yoa. are tanerinj ;from bacfciche or the cf rbframa- go to your best druggisl and aat for 50-cent boT of "Anun's" pat up by Dr.' Pierce, Dr. Force's Favbrita for Teat women and Dr. e'; Golden 3Iedical JJiscoyery for been a good f.hing if there had bee school erected on every expcrimehla farm and safd he bad discussed (h matter -with, the Dominion minister 6 aericullure. The schools of ture would be located 10D miles apar anil- he said he hoped to see the da B'hen 110 boy on a farm in Alberta wpuld have to trove! more ibau miles. He thought .luere be school in ihe Peace River couutry pool room act slit altogether and ihe enforcement of the law turned over to Ihc municipalities In that it would yracllonlly nolhlng for collection- On iho uuljlic uorks vote Hon. Clras. StcwHTt said HUM tla- ilcparimoiU did not KCL Ihe credit It entitled to, for vlmt it in ilie way of sirv iDviuce. lie glaj the 'principle! rural munlcipallilcs mid Hie doylcrt hi tho early days lucl been SAVPI) tlicm. in ibis conjicc- out willi so much success. n.c InslauceU the faso'of a nm- Allorncy-GeucnU Cross sakl that hci nicipality paylns 5200 rnr a officials) sl-oultl IloL havo cost n Ontario, saving that lie fount! Ly Mr- .fatcwart also Intorimnl the com- Iiclr reports they were niakloB art- willco that work was done much ancc every in Alberts in this' licayerliy contract Oay votk. "This Is one said ihat bears commendation from uolli sides of ihc house." v Dr. Stanirr ifiat tlie children's ,ld societies united sympathetic- bor. .-Ml work was carried mil under llie supervision of ilei'arlment. Resolution ohCor.rfofenee On the moliou oKl'rdnler SUlou. bv T. M, Twcodic. the house ally wjtu the departnienl in carryius a resoluLioii exvresshig Us on the wort. Mr. Uoadley asked was deep regret at tlie death of tuc Extremely Severe Halifax Sergeant in the C.E.F. Cured Completely by Dr. Cassell's Tablets. SERGEANT DUH5AN RlAcNElL', of Die I H'hcn tho war broke out I joined CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY. FORCE, j the Force aiJ catnc lo >viiting from Europe OILS home 116, PLEASfiNT STREET.HALIFAX, "For EII Veais I, suffered from fie- Saent aUaclts ol e aoh aitick iHitg rr.orc acuto "lhau" the last. Dunng one c-i a'.tickj life -i-oulJ bcconift and 1 wjulj liivc to ICT d i t? t to" fiquld" fcoJa onl.r, cEieo. in bed for diV- a time. 1 under the care ot a az.l all the remedies on llie a srniU" Bnt'oblainpd little _ became utterly and had almoft given up all hope of Cute. not Leon ever, when old (rouble haJ ta lo hos- While in a friend me of Dr. ll's -Tsljlels, 1 dtttded lo iheml brought pronounced relief .Ihat I coa- (h-2 Iwat- To liiaka a shon, a "Since' tatipg Dr.' Cassell's Tabjels :I.hsTa jt h, ha i ships jonci human endurance, but hot once Ins my old trouble returned to-bcfh'fir The above it (As frank, dear testimony of a Canadian soldier. He has been cured of extremely irhlch ci'cn.lhs hsaMiful'liFv of (Ae framing ground could not ovtrcome, and hs whites to tell that fie owes that curs to Dr- CansK'i Tablets. Ithe blood have TiTorabTy Inown [Before very so. as to give ihc Ther lL_e P'Oneers of the north EOIUC are Elandord- remedies 03 well :ts Doelor Pieicc's Pleasant Pellets for ihe liver aud bowels. You can get large Iris! package lor lOc. o[ any one ol thsse ramedies bj icriliDg Dr, Serce. _ X chance of geliiris an agricultural'edu- c.ilioo. r Extradition SxptnSts On the vote for (he administration Doctor e PelleiE ara'pneqailed EhfiT Pill; One tiny, Cure Sick Headache, Headache, Constipa- tion, JjidJg'ftHion, Eilidns and all of the Liver, Sumach To Lethbridge Citizens owning improved pro-. within city where there is no sewage The KaasUoe, Waterless, San- lUry. Complete Tolk'i System hns heen Installed nith- in Lho I'.mits of the city ot Toronto, In unsewcred districts, and is isivhiB entire salijlaclion to properly oivnera- Thn is strongly en- flon-etl and recommended liy Dr. Hi3i.ins3, MMfcnl Ollic- cr cf the Cily ot Toronto, and has api.rojn.Vby the pro- vincial of for 'in nnstwarcd districts, r.nd are'usen wltli1 satitfaclory results arounu Toronto and olhar places. Standard system of much needed product is on exhibition in the Hull lilnck, joining th? ;'and 'ive ivoiiM ho to and ex- plain sanip. to all who nrc in- icrcslcd, particularly ihose who ivish to arpil themselves of the comfort and convenience arrord- cd by the nslnllalfon of an up- toilet equipment [n their of Justice, T. M. Tweedic declared ihat no individual citizen ought to be' refjulre'd to put up one single dollar in tlie Knr of hond or obligation for Ih'c e.TlradUion of a criminal. The al- raleht n case- was not strong enough that the evi- HULL OLOCK, '''UETHBRIDGE'' dence- >vo.uld not jnstiiT the dcrart- tncnt in going to ihe expense of es-1 Tradition but uhero there was a clear open case a man not be oblig- ed tn'put lip a single If il 3. or civil rights, the department should not interfere in any way. The process or ihe crimin- al courts should noL fce tor collecting civil dents, Attoraey-General hp of no case 'in icJi a bond was required to be put up ID connection with the estradi'Joi: of a criminal. a cnse, liic partment Immeci lately looK tlie nc- cesaary steps alo tries him to trial. The only class' of case IT. which there was discretionary, power exercised by (lie- department ivss civil cases in which there was doubt if the person brought Iiack lo trial that aj criminal proceeding could lie succcss-( Hilly sustained. He mentioned the case of a man who ivas brought hack from Oregon ,al the of In ihat instance, Iherc ahsolulely no case lor the 'crimi.ial [courts, crime lias been con'i- milted lii llils province-, said ho'.- no is spared in order io make proceedincs and bring the criminal tg trial. MT. Twccdic subroiLiCf] there shouM be no power exercised hy department us to whether a] Bian should be bronghi to iriat or llfi duty n-as to determine whelhtr a tritr.c TJCPH committej ami Ihcn to act brmp the man back. Ur, Stanley said ihat the w-ora rjt :t was that tlie imprcEsior had got abroad money had lo be u-> in the way .of hortls'. Tlic allorncy-ijcn- FREE SAMPLE. On rereipL cf 5 ceal.i to inc- anil pack- a sample will he sent ai once. Ai'dn-fj: Ilarolil F. Kiichic A Co.. Ltd. 10. Toronto. Dr. CafjC-U's 3ie XmriliTe. rid ar.J the remnlr Inr Mirvcus Ercikflsv.'n Mai-nutrilnn Arxnia '.Vasling DiMiscs inliniiis Wsalinass Kii.TCy Trouble PalpiUiicn Nryraithcoia Vilal Eihausiion I'-T mirfinT iTiothtri ar.J dnrinj ihe I'cricJ? of life. .co'.-d nnurnil anJ ir.roughcnl One ?J L-crH-i; (Li of firc. War !QI. 1 ctiita'per tube citra. Sols Prcpriatars: Dr. Can ell's Co.. F-lanctusler, Ena, wmm m On Account of Quilting Farming I Will E ArliAes Tor the High Delia MONDAY, MARCH 19th AT MY RESIDENCE, NORTH HALF 22-E-20, FOUR MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE, FIVE MILES NriHTH OF NINE MILES SOUTH EAST OF LETH3KIDGE. II Shire Stallion, five years oH. (luvc 1 liny marc. 10 years oM, IK'Q Iba.; 1 grey inarp. G years old, 1150 His.: I liay horse. years olil, 1350 His.; 1 lny horse, S years olil, 1100 1 grey hone, S years oiil, 1500 Ilia.; 1 Tnarc, 13 years oW. 1ISO His.; Wad; mare. 13 j-Ars oil, 1100 Ihs.; 1 stud coll, 2 years old; 2 marc rear old. The above arc- nil broken. 22 fresh milch cows, with calves; 3 inllrti rows soon fresh; 2 dry cows; 0 2 anil li years, year- linjes. (t. McCprrolck Iiir.d.jr; Vnn llnml drill 22 single disc; 2 disc harrou-s. s fool; Dccrc J2-in. plon-. Kith soil nr.il sluhblo hoiloras; ft O. sulkcy so-', suilihlo Irallonns; John Urc-rc H-inch solliy plon'. sci'l an-l Eluliblc holloms; Deprlng duck-tool ciillivator. 10 foot, new .1 section Icvcr harrows; Jlc.CurmkV Ti [oot mower new-' 2 hay rakes; Olil Dominion, fco-; JoSn Docrc wagon; llarTOw AUachrnenl for several iron farm Ral-V .liBgcr, packer, forks, shovels. ir.any olhcr articles too numerous to mention. tons o! liliic Joint and Timothy. Also 11 Pure Bulf Orpington Chickens BIO FREE LUNCH AT 12 O'CLOCK SALE AT ,1 O'CLOCK TERMS CASH GARRISON 4 DEARDOBFF N F. R. BATES, Auctioneers, LcVhbridge o'wner. Will YOU 3-5 Cehts a Day to Keep If you will, read lliis iippcal cnrclully llicn decide wlial shave you will in helping avert the greatest-tragedy of all time. CHILDREN ARE PACING SLOW STARVATION IN BELGIUM TODAY. The llelginn Relief'Commission has noL llie means to supply these growing children with ihe food Ihat is necessary.. THE SITUATION IS SERIOUS. This great relief fund hits'largely been administered through Americans; (he break between tlie Slates aiid Germany lias brought about a crisis; there is nlorc need of funds now al'.aViy. pre- vious time. 'THE GREAT RELIEF'WORK MUST AND WILL'GO. ON; V WE MUST DO OUR SHARE. f; At the present time (lie 'growing child in Belgium .receives' .only, i a "hunk of bread and a bowl of soup" each day. It is not must.have starve! For 3 1-3 cents n day the Relief Commission can supply piie child with ail extra "meal" of a.biscitil iiiridc willi fat or lard 'and a cup of cocoa, not imicli, hut.it is .the difference between life and death, bctwecirhcallh .and disease, lor the children of heroic V' ALBERTA HAS BEEN BLESSED WITH TWO' RECORD- BREAKING CROPS! arc future-looks arc in'a jibsition' to help. How many starving chikh'en can you look after? How many will we look after? HOW MANY WILL YOU a year, the price the Alberta fanner received for ciglil bushels of bis wheat, will give Ihis extra to one child for a. wbolc year. lOc a day or S36.00 a year-will keep (liree. children from .starvation. year n'year wlli" feed 10." -Can you picture starvalioii, tlio piiicheil faces, tlic-rjitepiis crius? IF.THE CHILDREN WERE STARVING j'oit1 vi'ouM if; r IN THIS CASE l siroii'.cah't pas's'1 tjiildren's cry for food from stnryii AND YOU MUST ACT NOW feeding' some of these day will bring_you happiness. 'Pliink of the eager iiule-jiands for the meal .yCL! sljarp.. The you arc fcariiTfg fills is its.'share_by :.-ipjieal withont :V- You may send contributions by the week, month, or "in one lump sum. You arc ASSURED that your money for thc.pVrposciit'is scut, r f; HUNGRY, YOUR DECISION. HO.W MANY WILL YOU N 1 Scnd'Cheqiies payable 't SOUTHERN ALBERTA, :a.nd address thcniitoj. H. Woods, Hcfn. Ifcraki yiiilding, Cnlgni'y. We are Closing our Store Having I'Hii'diHscd UIR business of Ciilnrcu AVC must Mit'J'cforc clear the entire sto'cli by of the nionUi anil of flour and suga 10 per cent, off all .Groceries for Gash Cli-iiraiH'c Prices. Arc KlfpcM vc 'rouiorroiv. J Down with High Cost of Living! ;