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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tttRDAYi MARCH 23, 1918 ^ THE' LETHBRIDGE DAlt.Y HERALD PAGE THIRTEEIS 11 mm had , bttawn, Mftr'. 22.-Parliament ftnolh()r'-buBy�ltt)ng-today BBd'otter * ? * * * ? : ? ? ? mount was ?285-^aH in bills and tied up in a lidivdkerchlef,: Miss EJvelyn � Tochem Is ill wltji pneumonia, but. the .disease has taken a turn for the better. Boys: Seven Million Bushels of Wlieat T^ECAUSE you are asked to enroll in the � �K Soldiers of the Soil from March 17th to 2^rd does not mean you will liave to fo to work at that date.. . The Canada Food Boardwants 25,000 boys 15 to 19 years> inclushrej to enroU ini tOie^ ^;The reason why^ tliCC waiots them to ehroU to 23rd is so . that Canada's famiers VHU liiow thejj^ ta haTe.the help of 25,000 sturdyi frfUi^^yot^ Canadians to raise and hanrast thejyrMffoiiiB.>'rA^' y iWhen they know this help is suirely it^pmlnig;' Chen they can go ahead with.seedlag operations. And the farmers must know they are ^oing to, have help before seeding^ because it woiuld only . be a waste of thne and seed i| the crops could nptu be harvested. ^^^^ I fEveiy boy's help for,three months on a firm should be the equivalent of the labor nfBcessaiy to; produce ten to fifteea acres of gndn. .ito if 25,000 boyt enroU^n tho Soldiers of the SoO It ~ willcmean that Cani^dA'i boys will hare performed work equal to the production of at least 7,000,000 Imihols of wh^at ITldnk of it boye; the^chance y^ttlkave to coatributetfaia masted stroke for victory. The last BiiUlleji buahela of wheat may l�ito%ewar. '"�- - 'y-- fS^rell with High School Tea-Chen, Y. M. C. A. Secretaries, Boy Scout Maateri.- '. . CANADA CANADA FOOD BOARD Qttowa J. D. McGregor^ ,, Director AfrTBultttraljUliei^^^^ EDUCATION AND THE NEW-Ett IMPENDING-DEMOCRACY ? ?  � ? * Manual Training. �  �  ^  ^ room beCOineai " narkantt>\�*a oUr^wi falls.'^�''"- Secretary, A. L. ('ulUwell. Laverna, Sask. .� President of'thi! Literary Department, G. H. Clark, or tho Princess Pats. Secretary of the Literary Uepart-mcnt, Miss K. Shade, Dayaland. Alta. President of tlio Athletic Assocla tlon, A.'D.MacQIIIIvary, New Brigdon, Alta. Secretary of the Athletic Association, C- \V. Banks, Calgary. Judge ot the Sliidenls' Court, C. F. Carswell. .Red Deer, a.former "Princess Pat." Tho Intercollogi;il.o Y..M.C,At annual meeting and elections were also held on Wedne^tduy. This organization re presents the Dnlynrslty. itobertson College, Alberta CoUese North and Al: bertu College South. ^The reports from the varlouK clEpartnionts of tho University and Rifilirfted collcgoa were received.-after which the election of officers for next year took place. The following constitute tho new executive: President. J. Jj. .Tnckson, who is now overseas but- is oxpeoted to return from Prance to complete hia medical course. Vice-president. li. M. Fife, Edmon ton.\ Hon. Student Secretary, A. h. Caldwell, Laverna. Recording Secretary, W. M. Flem Ing, Sedgewlck. Advisory Board, C. E. Race, Vonven or; Messrs. Bury. Carpenter, .H. M Mllfar, Clyo Jack.son, F. S. McCall Kod^te'd pJU ;jtdr'!riiil.; edu-oatiotf^jmay-ibBllii partVtfue,^^^ If it Ip oiily.a-.temptlijg bait fpr the learning of 'dekd* lahguagearlt-Jsaij-joor.-argument for either. However>we,.iYJll not object to.the sugar it the pUl'lsou to Its' job, .There, have bienV.other, inS philosophical reasbw given, biit so tar ^a,th�l writer. h�8 been able to Interpret 'them, ?they{Tiave resulted in nothtpg.'iraorepnajj''ih a measilro to equalize, f^o^-'/wltii action, or mo-tlotiv' 'Thfs:eaii .never be ^he, educa; tlonal ideal, which must be* to subserve our action,>to the best and no; blest reason. -The supremeE^t n}uit;be supreme. The proof ot a lailuro bore Is Germany. ^ ""^ ^-."y '-i, � . 'Not t* genferali/.o' more', we shall now consider the" positive aspect of oun promise. Il'lt that eduoa' tion Is. iu its''general purliose, namely, 1, tho study of facts .(spelling, his tory, etc.,)' 2, exercise in- -reasoning (logic, muthematlcB, etc.,) 3^ 'in expression ( com potil tton," music, - etc.,) � 'Kore does manual'trainli^^aomeJn?,^, , It is of hl$\ly. (ut'eUeottibl yatue.:; The most Impdrtiant object V)> it accomplishes Is that It compela/a^qblld to think, But is that not the business of logic and mathematjcs. df-the p're-sent curriculum?' They do', but nbt'jn the most efficient manner,Jvnd'seldom for ad?iiuate,.Vu,tllltariaa:, purijoa?.; TJ) writer'has /never knowi^ �(i,.8tudehtr,i and he has taught mftAy^rWho'oiBttld put his, geometry to iin^medlate use, witliout umplifIcntion,h4\x^^manual tralnhtg room./ag|ne Bomethine ffor l\t(|ta^^n^ (|lve�rhlB though I 1 mwovtaljty :iby. allowing blia to embody It in a concrete-model, , . If it di(l nothing else it i�-of: ln�M-, tlmable 1: value. ..vlt ^ Uh^�i^'> ytoi^.toaem pila ,to raa8(^n';'1iu^;ib- i�>ett^#t�itcf . '�''^daify lite aiid-of-themTii|rfhV��*"di^l Major l/owcry, R. D. Buchanan. It H. Crawford^ U.h.A., H -11. Gaotz. J. A. McDoudftll, 0. F. McNally. Gamrose; W. W. Hdtton and A. M. Frith. ' On Wednesday morning botweon eleven and twelve o'clock. University lectures and laboralorloa were bus-pendod-'in'-di'iler to citable all mcmbcrj of the t7iilret;,�^ty to iittond a meeting In Convocation ttall.' whlrh wa� nd-dressed by Mr. John T. Ko.)eBch and remove such blemishes^ as freckles, sal-Idwnoss and tan. and ig'tbe ideal skin softener, smoothener ;^i?av beautitler. Just try it! Get threft .ounces ot orchard white at anyf.jihafmacy and two lemons from the grdcjet and make up a quarter pint of thip tjweetly fragrant lemon lotion. It.natu^uUy should help to soften, freshen,^ bleach find bring out the roses-and'hidden beauty of any skin. Those wht? will make it u habit to gently massage this lotion into tho face, neck, arms-'and band* once or twice dally ntay^-bo repaid with a skin that is flexible uidf jroung looking and a peach-Uke-; cOmpl�xion, Advertisement. - ' ^.-i:'*;; DRINK C oca^ola 5c a bottk At your dealara or we deliver a 24 hatf-pint Bttdes To Any Part of thk City for $i.oa\ (Bottles to i� rctumait whan mpty.) , Sole Bottllna Aoantt' for teth- Purity Bmiing .  � ,^ -, Groceteria Opposite Ellison Mitts J , MAKE YOUR c|.0THE8 LAST ANOTHER SEASON. THE POLICY OP THE'najion AT;I�RE8E| 16 TO CONSERVE. BUT THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO DISQARD^. CLOTHES JOsT'BECAUSE THIB ARE,aLIQHTLY SOILED or WORN IS NOT ONLY INoOlgINQIN ' E^kfRAV^tQANCES BUT >'l WASTING-A THINQtWHICH WE ARE URGED NOT TO DO,.DIG DOWN IN YOUR CEJ)AR>0HbI QET'OUT YOUR lAST'SpRING'S dresses', COATS, ^UI^S-iis FACJ,.yOUR,ENTIRE WARDROOl ^e^ib; t.hiem; Do^'ti^ and let us renew Them, we-ll cle^'an and' repair *t.Hr PAULTLES'SLY, AND fAAKE IT UNNECESSARY FOR YOU TO SPEND M^ON|^^O^,AXN)^yyO0y^^^^ -a Our GityiDy^iiig & el 411 PIFTH ST, S.' ^2; DOORS SOUTH OF ORPHEUM THEATRtf 45 ?4847505 ;