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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDNBSDAY, MARCH 27, 101A urn ui'mtmmcM. = ijmi.v jikhalo PACK KLEVEN Miners Ask Govt For ' Minimum Wage of $4.08 ((Bpitelal In the UmH) I Kdmonton, March 27.-~-lteprei�onta-lives ot tho Unltod Mlno workers waited oh Premier Htowurt Wodne* day morning to present tho amendments (o the in I no net an pussod ftt : tliolr rooont convention, chief among which wore arrangements (or tmipao* tlou�. burliiR the uftornnon tltoy will �q* th� promiar lu regard to noma ehangns I hoy want In tho workmen's uomueuitftUen not, wunrdby tu oast* o( disability (he compensation shall b# greater than tbnt outlined by tho government hUl, Commissioner John T. Stirling ro-Helved tho delegation nlonR with the fir at minister. Tho mlno workers wnrn represented by Crank Whitley of llankhead, chairman, iinrt member ot tho exaouUvol lad, Brown, n�ur�Ury  of dtBlriot II'froIB tilc ha&d office at I Oalgaryl Hugh Maofceod ot BruU, iThoy war* praaoaUd by Alax. Rom. M. 1', V, bt Oubjuy, EAT BIG MEALS! NO SOUR, ACID STOMACH, INDIGESTION OR GAS VPAPE'S 0IAHKH8IN" 18 QUICKEST, ',. SUREST STOMACH BELIEF KNOWN-TRY IT! /-Time It! Pape'i Dlapopaln will dt-ytmtt anything you oat and overcome a �our, gassy or out-of-order stomach ' surely within five minutes, i, It your meals don't (It comfortably, or. what you eat lies like a lump of , letad in your stomach, or If youhe:j up'i -ised hands anU' rtngulsh^nl^fXiises ot our hungry brethren acros'sp'th^ Beas. ... v >l�,\ Doubtless .the- 'foreign:' misilQis^ry^ society could send' the hungry peoples a Bible and a. achobl, but how much more Christ-like would be fue'':-*lei>t .,-i-..i.iim parents and guardians � �>: impose an income tax that the power should be permanent. Excepiion was taken to this and Mr. Mitchell said that tho government did not want to be deprived of the right in case at some mums die " Every\ year from Consumption* �IiHJons\eould have been saved it only common sense prevention had been used in tho first stage. If XQT3, A EE a Sufferer from Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, rieurisy, Weak Lunge, cough and Colds-all Di* eases leading up to Consumption-" Tuberculosis, YOU ABE interested in Dr. .Strandgard's T. B. Meditin*. SVrite-ipr Testimonials and BookleU Oil. STEAKDGAllD'S MEDICIIiT! 00, 263-2eB Yonf� Street, Toronto. TUDHOPE-ANDERSON AND EMMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS Two Car Loads came today, Wednesday. For Immediate Delivery v H > Drills, Engine Plows, Discs, Harrows. t THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. S. prosecute before a Justice ot the poace without getting -permission from the minister. The body of LleaL G. B. Robinson, aged BO, unmarried, -was found below a seventy-foot cliff at Brockvllle, \yhere ho had been wRfl the Forestry Battalion. It la said he became disappointed, seeing younger officers being, sent ent while he remained. Sis homo was in Orangevllle* Ont He was manager of the "Union Bank,.Ottawa, 10 Per Cent Off Beys' Easter Suits Until Monday Night 1000 TO SELECT FROM F. THAELL ; 608 3rd Ave., S. the t alls. Are the ministers of Alberta slackers in this timo of need? SEHG-T. J. 13. COTTINGHAM. > * * EDUCATION AND THE NEWER * > IMPENDING DEMOCRACY. '> �> - ? �> o o c O**'*^***  *}; � Wo Bball agree that one of the chief objects ot general education is to stimulate tho idea of the beautiful, and also upon the success that traditional education has achieved in:so doing. Yet only in a partial sense can success be claimed; for tho reason that tho fixed sources of inspiration to culturo are too abstract ou the one hand, and on the other their treasures are offered to. capacities void ot a neoesaary natural affinity. Hitherto, subjects for cultural pur- j poses may have been limited almost to the point ot uniformity. It i* Pb-vlous what this implies" psychologically. There are natures to which tho whole established list of so-called classical subjects have absolutely no appeal. The fault is not with the nature, but with tho Illogical systehn. Every individual nature has- Us aesthetlcol repository. ',,;"'"(. ' By teaching the principles ot symmetry and proportion; of graceful-' line and curvature; of ntoslac and floral design, and with this, to give tho opportunity ot expressing these.' in concrete form, we shall have the student further along the line of!'-the boautlful, and with a much moro^per-manent'result-than la possible py" ' a compulsory memorization ot Shakespeare e.g. / , More and better, we - shall have been able to develop thlB Ideal In'a far larger number than oan bo' made to memorize poetry, and the culture', ouo receives In 'this way ndnilts 'of a transmission, that Is impossible In the old way, to others. Wo hark back even yet to baBk In the glories ot ancient Greece, and Rome, not so much to road the,lr literature but to wonder admiringly. -*it their handiwork; to.read the thought of tho -past through a concrete'immortality. The consecration of lieai'h 'and hand is tho ouly real guarantee or the poaco and joy ot the world, The, smashing In a tew hours of Yprfis, tho monument of the thirteenth' century, and otherB equally great, by an educated brutality . has occasioned' more concern to some, than oven the many lives of the gajjant fellows, who so nobly have defended them,. T^eso we kn^w are.lo^aelespt.tho old gu|ld systems tho equivalent of which.our age does not poseoss even a shadow. Our politlqlftUB areteverlastingly :tel-ling us tliat "we shall 'not be allpwhtl to put ourselves -in the position ''df: a minor after this war:" But the most of us"i dull fellowB ore - waiting fprva .definition 'of the term.. Colbert. ,wnij ,i>ight;whon.ho.lntormqd his pire to the oftoct "tlilat. the,.greatness.- at