Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
lATUHDAY, MARCH 21, III! PIDGWAVS TEAS' RIDGWAYS ESTABLISHED IN THE UIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Hove the largest Sate of any high-grade Tea in the World 5010 IN W.ft.l k 3ft SIZES and per Ib. 50I.D ONLY IN SEALEOTINS IN 3lb Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Delivery: C' i 4.4 ONLY FIFTEEN of those Lots Left CASH and A MONTH "j H. MACBETH AGENCY i m 111111 M 11111111 m 11111111111111 i 111 some are naturally quiet; others iu-J dined to be boisterous, And the great majority, being 'perfectly nat- ural youngsters, .have in them. a good deal of mischief. not for the ever- teacher and her tterj would plenty of what 'the school-} calls "scrapping" and the blocks. and clay -would be by some infant pugilist at his friend across the .room. But in the schoolroom the order, is perfect. Yet, apparently there js not a.he slightestT effort put forth to keep order. "Ars esWcclaro artem." At the gentle _ request .of the pupils are so still that the. ticking of a watch is, heard all !_th rough" the -room? School Days An Appreciation of the Present Day Methods by" One Who Knows" The other day I had a visit from a friend who sometimes follows a very elevated walk in life. We cast about for some Innocent diversion. decided tor to school." There 5s a good deal of the school boy" in most men; it can be seen most read- ily when there is a fire, or the pro- mise of a interesting fight. And schools of today have' fascination for come of us. "We pat ourselves ou the back, and reflect what remarkable Frtodsliip, Engagement aid SEE OUR NEW STOCK f We endeavor to show the newest styles WRIGHT, The Jeweler ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES the board, and in many cases almost a-s soon as the words appeared the pu pils grasped their meaning. Perhaps you have seen an, incubator at" work. The eggs are "spread on a tray and at the appointed time, "click goes one shell, and then another, and the little chickabiddies come to 3. the light of day. That was what happened in case of these child; ren. The whole class studied the writing on -the blackboard, and- then as soon as.the meaning of the sen- tence Hashed on the youngster's mind up the hand. another hand followed and then a third. The. new idea had burst ite sholl and come to light. .Next morning ,with interest unabat- ed'we returned to visit the kinder- garten. Kilter the room when it is" empty, and you see a sort of ma- gical, charmed, circle on the floor, a table covered with for other little tables covered teacher's most absolute is law of kind. 'The the pu-' r because they have to, ,but because they like to. Most if, set. to teach, two .dozen kin- dergarten children .for a whole mom- ing, jsrould in the predicamentt of the famous_old lady who lived in a shoe. The children would faro badly nd in all liklihood there would be n appalling' massacre pf the inno- ents. Lot those whose patience is ot their Jong suit, and who arc eas- y irritated" by little things, visit iur public school, and see what can dom: by patience, and.sympathy, and trained skill and tact. One Who 'Has Been; .There'. reach of every boy and girl tctlay. nien yea should be if we had only had i with geometrical emblems suggestive the "advantages within ttwf 'of the kindergarten, and the pictures in the walls, 'that are so great an akl in giving the children some idea cf beauty. Go to the room when the children are nresent -and you see things.- Tho learn- useful "The good old rule, the was to give, us so many pages OL dull text': book to and. -woe .be- tide us next day had not ed those -tiresome, so called' facts'; rpto. But now-a-days the burden of making interest- ing is laid on the teacher. And'we fogies wondet .whether, the" child- ren of todar know what that mean- eth, what u blessed relief it involves for them. ofs all one of the primary rooms. hour for closing. reasonably have It was near the children might been expected to use of all these songs, the musical marches, the being entertained are being taught he restless. Rut n.ot they. They were as fresh mid keen for their-work as if the day had just begun." ,For our benefit the'tetichcr gave a lesson in phonics. We had heard of this method, but ,wc had never seen the method at work. The, children were taught to recognize by eye and ear a combination letters new to them, as an il- lustration was "boot." In .days of old was an instrument of torture. .Later on, in institutions of learning it_ _suijoreeiled by unoth- er instrument, to many, and, like boots, usually com- posed of ktother or rubber. But in this case there sign fear. Even of "B" and "oo" were gently uttered, "bbo-men" -was ma- nifest, nor- was the wail of "boo- hoo" perceived. On the contrary, the chiUIren displayed the livlicst, and most unfeigned interest in learn- ing that a as to his feet, was arrayed in "boots." And have their purpose.--For the children there is not'a dull mo- ment. They are all the" time, and without knowing it. -The romps and inarches give them abundant exercise. .Their play is hearty and orderly and all through 'they learn the-grace of courtesy. They sit at their littlo tubles> and mould "pumps and "baskets and teapots and all manner of yes scls. .The youthful "Michael Angelos are developing deftness pf touch sense ;of and the" all-im portant. faculty of close and accuraU They listen to teacher while she shews them cubes .cylinders, circles, triangles, oblong, and So perfectly do thc> loam to distinguish these, that with out' seeing "them they recognize thorn by the teacher's description, an draw on the board what she des cribes. One chijd Is quicker than t i of, blackberry jam, put together with a boiled frosting. The of mak- ing boiled frosting is in the heating. Do not, stop for, a tecond until it is thoroughly -cold.' Also add a half teabpoonful vinegar to the syrup when cooking. v, BOILED CAKE One cup cup water, one half cup butter, "half package seeded raisins, one '-teaspoonful each of cloves, cinnamon and soda. Put all on the stove and let' come to a boil. Re- move from the fire the minute it com- mences to boil and set aside to cool, then stir in just enough flour to make a thin batter aiwl -bak" :n a loaf in a slow oven one hour. Geo.Tayl r, Florist 650 Bartlett Street Orders left for-Easter cut flowers before April. 12th promptly filled Place .your order now as we cau- not orders to be filled after that date. The Hadley-Roberts Co. A Complete Line of Stationery, Con- fectionery and Fruit x Of Interest Women EVArfGELISTIC SERVICES Bananas arrive weekly from Spokane Phone 211 Household 'Hints Fine -muslin blouses may be made ust the right stiffness by dipping :hein after washing into water in which a. 'little- borax- has been dis- olved! 'better fabrics than starch.', one of the most valu- able vegetables for the jcomplexion; it contains iron; salt of and other ingredients which act upon the skin ifc clear and healthy. Tf you have net curtains tha worse for baste them "on sheets before washing them; there will not be" any danger of tearing from their own weight. The sheets may be pinned r from ilcDougal, W church, in the 'Christian Guardian, says: Kev. Kdson-E. Mar- shall, -B.A., piislor. Evangelist 'Ro- bert of Toronto, Ont-, has been _ associated with the pastor m special services during month of February. Mr. .McHardy is work- man that necdeth ashamed." His, sermons were sane and strong presentations of Gospel truth. In his exhortations and in his management of the "after meeting" he avoided those methods secure'.a ''snatch'.verdict" from the unconve'rt- ed, a_nd sought to sift out from the Columbia Kcstaurant Open Day, and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Meal Tickets per Week Next door to Coaldale Hotel PUBLIC NOTICE SITTINGS OF. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE The Sitting of the District ACourt of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1908 will be held at the places and dates given below for the trial of actions and the dis- posal of any other civil business which may properly be brought be- fore the said court. LETHBRIDGE Monday, March 23rd, Monday, April 27th; Tuesday, May 26th; Monday, June 22nd; Monday, July 20th; Monday, September 2Sth; Monday, October 26th; Monday, November 23rd; December 21st; RAYMOND Tuesday', April 14th; Tuesday, July 7th; Tuesday, October 13th, MAGRATH Wednesday, April v 15th; Wednesday, July 8th; October 14th. CARDSTON Thursday, Aprii 16th; Thursday, July 9th; Thursday, "October 10th. TABER Tuesday, May' 5th; Tuesday, July 14th; Tuesday, November 3rd. WARNER Tuesday, May 19th; ..Thursday, July 16th; November S. B. WOODS, -Deputy" Attorney. General. Dated March 2, 1903. First-class Cafe IX TUfl Mm fflllKE UN Short Order Between Neils CARROLL DOYLE Daily Herald Market Place Whei you have aiythiaf to sell or to reit place it ta this cofeiM. If waat aaytVaf use this cohuu. 25c oae iicertioi 6 iosertioas forSl To answer l the rmestions of some who are looking towards Canada, it ;would be necessary to send half a. of bUto books, commission i reports, and records of many special WANTED HOUSEKEEPER by April 1st on a farm near New Dayton. per month. Address John C. Hein- zelumn. Staling, 86-6 FOR SALE CHEAP 1GO acred all fenced, half mile front- age on good stream, good house and outbuildings. For particulars apply H.A.Y., Lethbridge, AHa. ,72-0-0 SYNOPSIS Or! CANADIAN .NORTH- -WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULAT1ONS Any numbered section of Do- multitude that wore, convicted of sin I committees One man trom Steam- j m5nion j.iudd ;u Saskatch- WANTED SERVANT once a good genercfl servant wanted v Apply to Mrs. Erarik, Colpman. 81-0 WANTED A SADDLE for lady, either for sale or rent. Apply Herald Office. 81-0 HORSES FOR SALE One team of well-matched drivers for sale. Apply to F. E. Mason Land Co. 81-6 those that truly repenlcnt and mt earnest about their, sal vatioh. Not only was the rhurch greatly quicken- ed and inany backsliders reclaimed, but also a largo nunYber of uncon- verted won to Christ. Before the se- ries" closed the pastor received up- wards of mostly -in- to the floor until dry'. Try cleaning white 'cloth trimmings with salt and flour, hot. This is vcry effective while not injuring terial in any. way. f> To clean mix sweet whiting to the thickness of a cream, put on with a soft cloth, wash in hot soap suds and polish with chamois' skin or a piece :of old soft linen'; A good cooling powder for perapir- .-jlo church fellowship. Rev. Mr. othcr at this sort of thing, but ther ing tVet LH composed of four parts tal- arc no heartburnings among the little tots. who, can do, it best is applauded by the others-. .They seem as pleased as if they had done it themselves. Then, when the wee ones have sat still for a time, the ever resourceful teacher v devises some change." _ They gather around the cir cla for another game that tenches them how the _ blacksmith or some other craftsman does his work. When that is finished, they sing togetfier. "While those who .cannot, sing succeed boat Springs, Colo., among maiiycwan Jind Aibcrta. excepting 8 and things nbked of a government Us, not reserved, may be homestead- by any person is the hole head official, "What is the price of everything m that of a family, or any male over 18 years "Is there hunting n-i-1 fishing inthatjof age, tp the extent of one-quarter country and what is jour game and 0[ ]GQ acres more or" less. fish and many more similar! Application for entry must be made City. regarding: land, climate, homesteads. person by the applicant at a Do-' HOUSE FOR SALE An eight room house and lot for. sale in North Waid. Easy terms. -'Aply to F: E. Mason Land Co. 81-6 -FOR SALE Light spnnp wagon, double- trees; nockyoke, brake and two spring complete 565 cash. Apply Howard Case Co., Gunsmiths, 66-6.. and the .Woodmen of tlu; World. commenced his services in Wes-j cy Church tomorrow. SUGAR GOES UP Montreal, March Grocers' Guild advised of another advance in the price of sugar of-ten cents a hundred.' This is an advance of twenty cents in twenty- four hours. then, when name of "the unique-i in making a very joyful noise, mortal was "written on the black- For the interested visitor the chil- board, it was astonishing how quick- j dren themselves arc as fascinating RS ly the children read the name. Sen- tence after sentence was written on the methods of tha kindergarten. A few arc demure and shy and stolid. The biggest sewing ma- chine value in Canada. It klcal family sewing gtwianteed. All our cnatomem who have bought this machine hare sent their friends around. Just another il- what buying and selling for cash will tlo Ite Tvpii hnitw b cum powder ami one part of boric acid, thoroughly mixed. In blending flour an4 water, if a fork is used it will not lump and the mixture is made very easily. Beating cocoa with an egg beater just taking from the stove -is an improvement, adding a few drops will-'make it'better. If your window glass is lacking in brilliancy, clean it with a liquid paste made of whiting. This will impart a'brilliant lustre to the glass. Flowers can be longer if a lit- tle vinegar is added to the water. Snip the ends of the stems each day and add fresh water. EGOLESS GINCfER CAKE Put a pint of good syrup into a deep bowl. Stir in sifted flour "until mass begins to brenk or crumble. Add two large toblespflonfujs lard and a good pinch of salt. (Melt. the lard Put in ginger to suit taste and add one and a half cupfuls boiling water in which %are dissolved threti- teaspoonfuls soda1. in slow oven 45 minutes. Spice and raisins may added. SPLENDID CAKE RECIPE Cream three-fourths of cup o! butter, add one cup sugar and three eggs, boating one at a time. Add four tablespoonfuls of sour cream. Sift together one and a half cupa flour, one teaspoon fa I each of soda 'cinna- ind nutmtf. Add last a cup NO CHANGES IN NAVY j Toronto, March a meeting j of the re-dis-trihntion committee, of the legislature this morning. Pre- mier Whitney announced-.that' a large number, of constituenciesrin the- pro- Coal, Ice and i; DRAYING ii To all parte OL tho city Office opposite Balmoral >N E 63 minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency! for. the district in which tlic land it situate. Entry by proxy may, how- ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, 'brother or si.stor of nn in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- i form tho. homestead duties under one I nf the following.plans: (I) At, least .six moVitbs' residence iupon and cultivation of the Innd in M-ach year for ycnrs. (2) A homesteader may, if he so SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Goal, mining rights of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Aibertai the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Coluirroia, may be leased for a term of .twenty-one years at an annual rental of ?1.''.'an vince will 'remain unchanged. perform the required re.i- dcnce duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in tho vicinity of his homestead. Joint land will not meet this requirement. Don't be behind'the times and out of date." Have your homo, ofiico or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let xxs install a system of lighting your homo. It wil cost lit- tle, but very much. artOY Rctfpcth St, Lcthbridfe, Phont KM 1} i Iwl I OLIVER'S PLANING MILL I Not more acres will to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ,of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land Ii the father (or mothrr, if tho I must be (icscribcd section3, or le- of n homostcador of sections, and in unsurveycd territory the tract- appli-. ed for shall be slaked out. Each application .muet be accom- panied by a fee of which will be refunded if applied for are not available out 'not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid; on the mer- chantable output, of .the mine at tht rate of five cents per ton. hns permanent residence on farming land owned solrly by him, not glthfin oighty (80) acres in cxtont, in vicinity of the "Homestead, or up- ion a homestead r-ntered for by him in 'the vicinity, such homesteader may i perform his own residence duties t iliving with the father (or (4) The torm "vicinity" in the two coal mining shall i tin En- Office, Yards and Factory: urn msn Telephone 153 i 9 'proceeding paragraphs ia defined as, Every lessee of i moaning not more than nine miles in-which are not being operated direct line, exclusive of the width j furnish the district Agent of Domia- 4 (of road Allowancf-s crossed in Lands tfith a sworn statement to [measurement. least once in each year. (5) A homesteader intending to! The lease will include the coal 'perform his restdejice duties in ac- mining rights only, but the lesee may jcordancc with the above while permitted to purchase whatever with parents or on fanning land own-i available surface rights may be con- by hjmsnlf '.nwst. notify the Agent i sidrred necMsary for the working of the dislrict of such intention. 'the mine at the rate of an acre. i Six months' notice in writing must i For full information application Jxjbe given to the Commissioner of Do-! should be made to the Secretary of j minion 7-inda at Ottawa, of intention the Department of the Interior, Ot- to apply for patent. j tawa, or any Agent or Sub-A gent of "W. W. CORY, Dominion I-ands. Deputy of the Minister of the W. W. CORY, Interior. i Deputy Minister the Intcrjor. publication oil publication of this Rrlvertiacmenl will not be paid j thin advertisement will not be paid for. i for.