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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: LETHBKIIXa: UAILV niAlAlA} Pflge 13. MANUAL TRAINING'-'What Vocational Education is Accomplishing Third Article of a Series Written by W. A. Himilton, Superintendent of Education. I We've just received our new ' Queen Qu.alhy " styles for Spring and they're heauties. VC^e did not helieve such footwear ^ossihle at the price. Tlte makers have outdone themselves. Smart, snappy styles with JiJenty of comfort and service-Just what you have heen looking for. YoulJ huy here eventually. VC^hy not to-day ? W. /. Nelson & Co. Sole Agents VIEWS OF A RAILWAY MAN Is a Jetter written to u I'riend In Toronto, under date of March I. Mr. ("red C. Salter, a Canadian who is low European Traffic Manager of I ho Jrand Trunk Rallwa.v, with officps in l^ondoD, Bnglaud, says: - ] linns. 'I'he 1,'reiii iirilighera of iiiii-' � r.f^untry lire .idnilrlns ihr .'.ami Cni- � ada is inking, .lusf. tlv saivn :sa we ^r)mir(> ii yo\irig man who fLsscris r.h:ii industrial and aniivi' indi:pp"d''U(;f' ai'Os Willi filial atfef.lion lowards the i Vai.hev. and hfcoinoa a fii.izpn of wlioni receive yo.ur i ,, . .,_ ^ , , � ! wo are all proud, rai+er rhan one who and aiBO a, . , Press con-i"^ always fringing lor what is im-I IJosBlble to have. '; "Thf! more that spirit grows in Can-i � ;ula tho stronKcr �e shall stand In j ' l.)i(> oye.s of ihe British and contineiual : lieople, and �� shall have that recos-: 5 nition ihrntighout Kiiropo ihai ihe United Sla(.es ocupipsi. Pprsoiially I 1 li.ive found it very pmbarra.s.sin.i; in came over hem firei ! j our ri-latlonaliii) with thp British peo-l-as thoroughly imbued with the pre-: pip (o he trcaled as a lolonLst - (n-ntlal relatloushlp hetweoi\ Canada someone controlled hy ilu- Colonial liid the motherland, and I wori^ed for; Departmeiii- whiLsi others lake me iiany years on these lines, bin after.'as an Amerieati and ^iUow respect. These are notes of whieji probably I ' am as ablo lo .judKe as any man in I these islands, as in every pari of the island.s I have visited, minglins with people of all liass'-s. I am thoroughly eonvinced thai Canada's salvation rests on the lines ;-Ik' is pursiiin.s; rjilher than liopinK for .s(�melliiiiM' llial : is imiJossible. �Patriotism rests upon success it: The British people must reach (be uf,.. maUin.i; a hapir.- and narkets of the world, and receive "I was very glad to Btter of the nth uK., lopy of The London Free fining Interview with my friend if. Cockshutt. We have had a great leal of news on this side regardinii |' pciprocity and the subject is Iteeiily ; itudied, but opinion In the British j (ress is favorable to Camida having I 'i-iprocity. �'When I 'ry mature ihoiiKht and study of' ,l;eso, conditions in i.'anada. the I'nlted ' f'aies and the British Isles i havi >rol>ably mixed wllii moi-e classes of' >eople than the average inan.i 1 am ^ low thoroughly (.'oiivlticed that with S'onservatlves. Liberals or CnionistSi .he i)referential relationsliip with Chm-; Ida is o.\n of'the uiiesiion. .Ml indus-: '.rial conditioiiB debar such actions. 11 is fiu'tiinaic tliai \>.hi''f>ver m i.-i;a.' irarfihiM has liccn iniroilnc'1 ha.-; been sub.iectcd to Ihe severest criticism. This has been nf two kinds. On the. one haml teachers I have taiiooed it because ihcy had be'>n : trained to believe that their training I was the liesi ; that literature, histdry. I mathematicB and science oflcred an ' all-round development Then the}' , had not Ihe iralniiiK: lo icach il',i.>i ami yirl.-, lo use their hands umJ heiul.-, but ii brings out the good uiuiliiie. nt ihi, childieu in a v,'a> � lii; li mdinary schuid ediicaiioii ucver fl.ii..~ it dru'i-f;\r more lhau inerel.c te.irj: .i,,. ,i,i|-lo he gooil mechaiiiis .ii neusi-keepers. I' leaches ihe .i.-ir,,-s of ihiift. of xysieui, and ei pi-op.-r nietii-odK of doing .in.vtiiing and ewr.thing, m.ual and hack of lite prtici:, encouraged both to deslLtii cute. There; the piiliils leu I ()iie?iiic;i of iiiilistriiil i,,- vocational ed ' { III'It lot,., with eunslil"ialiii' s icce.ss. � I Till' pr'V.ince of .Nm-kland lu- :i -ichool jai'elHUince nf ;--.i,nn' twenty IhoUfiHIld. inearl.c jis gretii ,'i.s ui ilils province ; i''i om Ihe reiHJii of ilie Dir. c i'li- of Techiiii-Hl I'.du.'.'i I ioii and .\ianuiC Training foi lii.' .v.^i' I'liis. | find the | lol' i\v:ilg ri sully ll.ie lie-li .ihi.lined . i'l 1 he j� ei-cdjng t'\ � '. ear.-, The .\uckli.iid i � e;;!!!, rnilcg,.. � which bad liij s:iii|eiiis ill I;ui2, hiul i ll.'iil in I'.mT. In fiiese years :-;^ll ei'e dents were trained in this '-ollege. In will) ii ih now a prepars!-( tiir.'- school ill Willi h boys and girl'^, . ! whose ediicntion iias iieen neglecteii, are irained for enirv to ihe (oilege �('!hs colli ge lias buili il ly and even I inu classes. Ii iias ihrep courses of , wisl fuel ion : Ml ricience ;in;l Tethu'd i iigical. i2i I'l'eliiiiinai- ( ominercial, . i:(i St.ecial Comiiierei il ' "The lii'si conr.-;e wh.) ini'Uiil 111 eniei sion. Tile cmirse i and prai lical. |i . J Compiisitiiui and I j mal .cs. The Tiieoi .\ I ('liemnil r,c. niid of Ml a.lied be- j and ( omnieri inl i'ai herines. I .Manual Training in,.,Mi and ironi; iiniai'ii. isl Health Talks, Drill I'articuhir atten which |ias|tion is given to sliop-work iir.ictlee. c manual , l':iuiilo\ers spe.ik in highest terms of 11.� s I'cvn I hii\ s .so trained l.'i.'-se.s 1,! "The pri.-limiuaiy i'oiiiniereial eourse i' makiiii; is open io both b lys ami giils who in-� � w i'cilf. m end to enl'i- bllsillcs - j clerks. The Is work|Ciiurse usually lasts iwn yea's. Ii I iiseliil I iiieliides ('oii)i:osiiie;i and LIteraiiire. Pil,-i,il !ie,l 10 ^ ioii in-of the 1.: oj.i-n ;u bo; s ;i 'ra.de ur profc'.s, botli generous aihi-acCK l';uglis(i ' �er.nure, Mathe � and Pniciice of I'h; sici.: WritlUB ('oi-respoudence. exe-land Commercial Cor''eKpou(lence. Com-;!ie. mei'cliil lletipraidiy. Drawing and IJe- value of co-opera'ion b.v artistic summer house, deiiing is n_n imjioriani manual work here. Kacli I'eildiiii; an I sign, liiif-'inciis .Me'liedtt. Si hi lia;-' ' I iK.- i'l K.'ir-of the has its I plot of ground." Klowers. fnc's and . vegeiabies are raised. l-;vperiiueiits I are ciinied on. It is lU" ail wink. ; for jilay is encoin-iigeil, .,ni| liimd grouiulR for lennis and I'aseliall pro-� vided. ; Being in a great fruit 'lis'iici much ' aitoiilion has been giii-i, i.. ilii.s in-s�? years are of the Hoard of l-.;d'.icatiou ! often wasted'y^'ars. Thf-* is how iiie.\ Course Dinner Served 'rom such markets on lines of the ' ie.=ist resistance to msiintain her sit-iremacy. Personally, 1 befieve that ,'anada. with two markets like Ktiiope ind the Cnited States, will add untold' �;eallh to herself by greater activities, ji her agricultural pursuits and the satural great Infjux of population .1 lin so IrapreBsed with the great Can-idlan spirit, vi>;.. the nationality of, i'anada from the .\llautlc to the Paci-.'ic, that I think annexation or the in-I'bience of the Cnited States lo aunej;-ii'ion is out of Ihe i|itestioii. 1 might l.ty my experience in the I'nlted' Stales beapeaics this very forclb'..'. . I'lie whole tendency is towaril two: ireat nations on the .Vortii .Vniericr'ii ' continent, CauHda anil Die I'nlie ; i .^lates, but Canaila with Its closer af-[iliatloiis to the I'nlted British na ' making a happy and contented people, not throvigh any jinnies or navies, that represent simply out pbyslca) will. The more industrial activity we have in Canada the greater w-ill be our loyalty, for it rests on success in life-a sound basis. Loyalty amongst the masses here is an unknown quality. 1 don't blame them, there is so little sunshine in their live'.j. When these Very men are given the opportiiniiy that (^atiada offers they become more patriotic Canadians thtvii the native-born, and with love for the old land to hold all together. "FRKlJ C. SALTKR' train Ihe.-ii: "Tin class i.-^ composed of lads v.ii:i ill .-lie an abimlame of suoli manual ,t raitiIug as w-ill fit ihcm for industrial mc liini ions. Spending ' the whole nl e;ica imirning in liie tiiaii-I tirtl training .-schei'! they actpiire con-sidei'alile skill add capacity for doing I things thai lire re;;Hy worili wliile. 'They devote an liour each mo'iiiiig i to drawing, .,.'d icy ju'oduee skenhes. 'detailed drrtvvin;.'s. tracings, blueprints that contirm iis closely as iioss-;ble to shoe renuirenienis. and give an assurance thai 'hese workers will. . when the opuorniniiy comes, under- THE TIRE THAT ALWAYS LEADS Dunloii Detachable liicych.' 'rires are in a class h\ themselves- first chiss. They liold that position against all comers. MATHIEU'S SYRUP ot Tar and Cod liver Oil This famous reiuedj' is made of .two curative agents of proved efficacy in diseases of the throat aud lungs. Beech Tar directly relieves a cough or cold, and at once begins to heal the delicate passages; Cod Liver Oil strengthens,and builds up the system. These two ingredients are scientifically combined in the pleasant tasting Mathieu's Syrup. Mathieu's Syrup does not merely suppress the syraptons of disease, it removes their cause. It not only relieves-it cures. There is noihjng better for children. 'They like it, and should take it on the first appearance of a cold. Keep a bottle aUv.ivs at hand, VVlie?! feverish take Mathieu's Ncrviiie Puwders as well as the Syrup-25 I'ls a package, containing 18 ptjwilcrs. Matliieu's Syrup larere bottle 35c. .Vlathieu'.n Nervine Powders It) in box 25c, stand drawings pui in their hands, or bo able 10 ..-ipiess ilieir mechanic.il lileas in ilo' '.mmiatie ol llie engineer. Their -.looduork cills I'or ti greaicri insiftenie ..n ili, iicconiplislinieni nf; dex:erii.\ .ind 1.1 developmeni of in veil'i \ i.'ties s iicli\iilual projecis toriu ihe Icilk of p'l "'ork aiid the mi'ihi'd fs :,pec;,illy liuiied 10 their aciusioui them to power-ler.'. i hey are required 10 1 in iMi'i � (il tiieir 1 itiie ,-j; , lleiiiiired, " lKnc,-\ er, � proper word 10 use; til teacuij,:. i needs. T  j di'i\ en 11111 siiemi .1 ci-I u ood-i Hi iiiii-. ' is scarceB rh here, for 'li.ir .iiihusiasm is so hii;;c. liiai it is im- leiii lie;- raiiier lliiin the luipils thai Is drn-,..n � .VcH Zeal.,lid h,'i.-;. during lie pusi eight^ir teii y.,irs. .m'appled with the "Some fifteen altogei iter. m\1 do'An, and ;' regular course diun>'r was serv-, ed iiy two charming little maids in � while frocks, who went iltnuigh il all : without even siiiUing the soup in Ihe olives-nice potato soup it was, too. I "Il was, complete and tasty, thor-ioiighiy enjoyable and up-to-date, and ,' i' w-as a real eye-opener in any mem-1 hers of the board wlio raijthi ItSve I come to regard houseiiold science as a fine thing iheortuiealV'. but really not up to a great deal on a cold day with a big appetite. '"I'bey were ihorougiily disillusioned today however, and as I hairnian West ervcli ex])i'pssed it. 1 liey like it so well iliat the np,inl)ers were half-inclined to sit round .mil talk about it. However, the bell rang and m-erybody w-eiii up 10 lessons, while i'.ie nieru-pers sitnlled baek 'o work, inarvelliii.'; gre.i'l.s Ilia, s.ich ihiiii.'s had cuine 10 P..ss."  Wiilinui the aid ol illust raiions It is almost tin imposHibildy r'. the "si/ing down" Ihe work of Ihe school in the neeils of oiir many siddl uaMonal life." I'orouto Haiurday .Night siiiil: ".-\ glance ihrough ilie report would prove a;-'lonisliiiig to thiuKsands of Ontario tax-paycvs who biwe no idea of the extent and cliaiiicier of the worlt lie-iiie done. Tlie volume contains a I greai liiiliiiier ef pictures most of I which illuKi rai id ihe acliievementfi of i mani'ti! iriiiiiiu;. .-lasses, j "Some 1! ihe designs worked oui li> ihe liiule-r c'a^se:^ ac leaUv altislic. ill! are 111 f^noil lasie ;ind inosi nl ihen. are nl i.u'a -tical use Clacu; idelling. meiul work, ami furniiiiv making .ir. Ihe priucipc- 111-,'mill'- ol >lii;. work e S'udy .iiiil .\i;rii uliure have I _____ j iieeu taken by iicarl.i ilun ic.ichers. ^ " i -Vitiety schopls are receiving system-' Names of Commitsioners atic Ittstruciiou in ibis suh.jeci under, , ., , ,, . ,. , be Announced trained te;e-bei-,.j. and an agneidtur.ii . s'lcondaiy is to be e.s-tablishcil. In eoiinrr.i districts ieehnicul and eon-limi.aiion classes have been established."' t)n i.iie foiindiii ions thus laid they propose to buihi rapidly in the fiiiiire. , Country schools are lo be eons didaied ' thai tlie c-hildren may receive manual irainiie.r. .-Ml leaclicrs will be given ,';ilditional 1 raining in all brunt lies of h.iiidivork Jind llu' edU'aiioii of trade i aPlireiitices will tic i outiiiued. ' I'.x-l-'resident Koo'.-.e\elt. s|ie.ikiug of', til'' ueeiis of vocaiioicil naining. aa.\s; � rii'Te must he some s.\stemniii: meihod iirovided foi training young; men in tlie irailes and this iniibi be I coordiuateil wiih our public school | system. Progress canno. permanent- ,f ly consist 111 lb'' ahaiidonmeni ol physical labor, but in ihe development of lihysle.il labor ih 11 it shall represent more and more the work of the train-; $750 These are going fast Bawden Brothers Lethbfidge's Greatest Home Furnishers 608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 6^ Cost over million to take census Will Shortly, The Indian agents of the govttniniaBt w-it| take the eensui at sM Indian it-^� encles. They will receivo thrfr IB-structlons a'lreot from the CantM' l-luroau, and. report directly to it in� stead of lo Ihe Daparfmwt of in4i�B' Aftalrs. j ^ -�---' �^..-mi PRONUNCIATION OF "'' ' ' NAIVTE OF GLEICHEN Oleichen, .March 23.-1b the narae'of this town to be nroUoiinced "GUken' or "Gleeahen"? This tiuestion is ureal iiig a solrlted controversy here at i present. P. .J. Cmbrite says he knows no bet-' ter way of spelling the name of thi� Ottawa. .\|arch -!i costs some-' thing to lake the census of Canada.' Ihe approiiriaiion for the purpose is' tl.nun.otiu. lull ,\lr. .-Vrchilnild Blue, the census commissioner, says that the cost will e.'.ceed ihat amoimi. The commissioners ha\e lieen ap polnied. and their names will he an uoiinced in the Canada (.iazeiie In a t,;wu than "Oleicheu." It is a CJorman few- days. There are .I'^O in all. word, and means "f love everyone," I'liree jiermanenl officei's of the or, more properly, "1 like everybodjr.*' Census Bureau will be assigned to;He says that the father of the coutlt) meet Ihe corainiBsloners at. various from whom Ihlg town derived lU convenient points ihi-oughout the Do-1 name, was 'given the name of Count minion. loieichen, hecaitso of bil popularity Actual w-ork on the census will he land kind disposltioii. itommenced June 1. It has been arranged that the factors or district The Baid Headed Man may Look Wise ed iiiilid in tile tr.iined bi>d.>'. To prfi-v ilie such iraiiiiiig, 'o encourage in every wav ilie |iroiliiciinii ol ihi- nieii \\ iioui il iiloue i il 11 profliice. is to show ilnit as a luitioii \w lune a true coii-ii'piion of llii' iii.miii.i and iinpoit.jiice ,.r labor. The c illiim ol ihi- .skilled ! liller ol the soil, lie- calling if the ' ^kil|l�d meciianic sliouid alik' I;.' rec-. ognized as proiessions .(iist as einpha.'-l j i'-ally .is ihe calliie-is of the l.iwyer. of I <|ni i,)i. 1)1 niercluiiit or lianker. The ' print er, ihe elect riial worker. ihe house painter, ihe unndr.i man.sliuuld lie iraineii .just as carefully as tb*' . dnc; 1 lerk or the stciioiiraplier. They lioiild be uained iiliko o, head and should gi': ovi r i lie e.e ii 1 en ilollaI's .i weidi siilarv is liet'cr tiian lo i n  .iiid 'all il w ages he Hudson's Bay Company will take Ihe census of the different stations of this company, and one of Ihe principals of the tompany iiiasi lieen apnointed a commissioner. It may be as well to state btrnt fSit tile count whose name thu town beftrj was born in EjUgrland, i� still tbera and baa resided there most of his life, although he came this far -weat. aonw 2H years ago. He Is also a most pop" ular man in England. J L. MATHIEU CO Pii.|is. SMFReROOK". Dlstrlbutore for Western Canada FOLEY BROS. Winnipeg. Edoiontuii. Vancouver iincl Sastiatoon. LARSON & COV HmII If. i,|e '.v ,, Iiools uiki The Tillies sa,; ; w.irk perlornied iianrii' raf' m i 1 Hliad II e .1 I � i i!' iiancal i"ainii.i. I'ln- pill ores ol i he and 1 11 i eaIi\ a'-t i.si: .'� iioi �< ami :.'iria nf 11, I'll. ' ii, Ou� for each everyday ailment ;