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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSMAY. M UH,H 21, 1!M� i ill, j.i.; iif',;;iiir,j.  ii ; ;rt'M�)Ui tlvon of ilif I'nlltJil Mine workers I wailed on I'tomim- Stmvurl Winlnna day unit n lu K Hi preicnl dm nnii-ad iiiciiiM in tho mini) ik'I 11 n jmnmul at. lliijlr rocunt conviHUion, i:hli;f .mioui: which wuro arruiifluinnntft for liinpoe-llou*. During nfl'Tiicion limy will *�' of dliitrlul 18 from Uio hua.il ottleo at ;0ulR(iryi Hugh MaoLsmd of Jlruln, I Thny Werft prvlionteit by Alex, Ho��, ) m. ]\ i\ of Calgary, EAT BIG MEALS! NO Allen Pimm/pn //l 1 ttUllr, Don rtlfl] rtllllli' of till- iiinniiimr.lii '� u�tkfor, llm iirninl't iihU'-iI I In- ilitli'Kull'in how miiny of l)ivorki>)ii were alien imuiiih-n mid llm reply wuii Ii'iih I him Ml pur cmtl. mill (Inn llm r.ii'.il majority of Hiein: v.oio miMii ullz'-il ('iiii.iOiiinii. Tli"/ Imil dn-ir fnlfillli'k hi-i'ii Hill) wore I)'-CKiiilliK very useful (ili/ciiK, llioy enn-i,i(l'T'i;il. Ileitis inniTied nii'ii, pi'ncth-iiilv nil their moii' y u-i-ut into i In-iiki dun through III" ; loi'o Itr-1.-, of Hi'-lociilitluu. In noum of llii' mini"! Rro.in. niimtmr with IHiliiiiiK, lint limy ivi-.n-allien In tlio pri'imnl world stitu;;;)' idirt had boii�fhl. Victory bunds. It was Hiiggc'itod liy I'loinlrr .Stewart Ihn I n ceiiHiin of tlic mitloii-iIlly of ;lm ni/m workers lio f alien In older that th" runiorH lliul with clreulaliiig throui'li thn country as to tlio trunl>if- in tlm mlin'k being due lo HiIh enemy in fluonco might Im quieted. It win doing u groat ilcid of damage to Ui'j miners giuinnilly. Aliatic Labor In regard to tlm elimination of Anlutlo labor for which tho (lekigiiMon BHkod, tlio iirnmlor anld Una thn provincial Kovornment had no power to Comn>will ii' mm Ilium I.i;.si !:." wf iii-r-i. uiiili-: ti alto,'! u>' Of i � io: ll.r. l.i-.ilibriili:n, A.U- ri'i, .Man d , Tl' I III! lillllof Tlm di'.'iianiU Iroin fnrIi:jr '^kiuoa-' lion:, tiv.r tin- I nun;i/.on for Iiihor lo | hfttldl" III" t'N'illi >;� in to iisivi- i-1 .!�.-|,i:'j a point, ill iiiiiniliiii: i'im-ir,i ivy '..;:i'-.U'.-\ I lion or hi l�'ii 11 i,. opi-rai lv>! imIkOI- i jiMii. j I \V(* ;\i'ii* m-.iiiln/, )in\'/ l!i" ii.,.i � i ho;. H and :i!ll;|i n't' '�*�>-� m-y-jnii-.-j .n;', ioj j die r.,1,'1, and I n.�n- il, ] I i.i I, Ola I nun A iimrn an ."K Vr-%v in ; u mini!'!'-.' fiii-jin-r- ,' VoluiJl.'-'! ' t!..: i'!:nl- I I in- ('Ollpl'l will In-1 j. | lun 1 ';(: I take our minii-.inrs all their tl.-i ! got up their v/(;i-l;iy. Hurniouii, tho Ki'ade of !.mrmotis we hear week to week do not. show .-:� I borioiis rel'ui'enie and woi k i ; jiaration. j There i:i rdty, adoptm follow": "f for Vale." Tin: minister.) m'ghr, adopt it similar motto of "Kor God, for Country, and for Church," and do their links hit by idiodding the truck coat lowly .Master - crete ruatiifi-mniJoii. source i:i I"'"-'! able : i if rial. ! "W'hiit manii''-.r all liKJl.erials it. is in lure, and offers tlm imarer apiiroa'di to .-t'ne reat. || iinrn m.ic iney i,t,KU: :\:s foi'tu of ia,> ��"'' e iiiiniinuiii .-.mi- I'or :::::ie men and >"!'."" iii-m: are* o: in-r '-:min], oii.-j who an: paying io ;> r TTMItiafflill  iuii ni ihi- ! �/.: relievi-ta:-.'-.-; on land. STRfKER GETS TWO MONTHS a motto of a great tin Ivor- R B J } .�>ngrr:jrafelons j would give any', minister u vacation j to accomplish iho er.d that Canada I seeks, that of feeding tlm -world. It soems to the soldier and the working; man today that so many of the ministers have failed to do their part in ' the great war. They go on preaching tho same old theology whllu peoples | starve and grain rots for lack of tho \ willing hand. I cannot imagine the Groat Master holding down a sedentary job as a sectarian preacher in times such as these ami ignoring the plea oi the un'i -ised hands anil" anguished-.faces of our hungry brothren across the seas. Doubtless tho foreign mlssioiiary society could send the hungry peoples a Bible and a school, but how much j i more Christ-like would be the r;hr-1 rangoment for Alberta minister's .'one i jand all to go into tho fields and iu-i I crease food production: They.oould] | srill preach around the fireside ., at1' � night and at the country churches on ; ! Sunday. I j I am sure the farmers would wel-! j come the ministry into the wheat j | fields. Tho world would welcome, a; ! ministry-a ministry triumphant and j u ministry militant, willing to shed ! the sacred cloth and don. the overalls. j Aro the ministers of Alberta slackers in this time of need? . SHRG-T. J. U. COTTINGHAM. j Kdtnooton, Mar, � tho government v. vincia! income ta.\ : municipal law com , lature this mortiii : Mitchell, provincic i tiie consideration o j the Jv.lnionton cilj j being contended w i ing given the city I come tax that tin permanent. Kxce tin's and Mr. Mii, ' government did in prived of the righ  Calgary. March 2T For throwing a | : stone at the window of the Club Cafe, i ' lOlmer Brown, a clriking waiter was I ; this morning sem. to jail for two i I mouths. Another striker for accost-! ; ing- pedestrians was fined. A third i v.art 1 tf**** We ahall agroo that one of the cliiof obiocts of general education is to stimulate tho idea of the beautiful, and also upon tho suocess that tra- j ditlonal education has achieved in bo j doing. Yet only in a partial sense , j can success be claimed; for the roa-i son that tho fixed sources of insplra-j lion to culture aro too abstract on | the one hand, and on the other their | treasures are offered to capacities void of a necessary natural affinity. Hitherto, subjects for cultural purposes may have been limited almost to the point of uniformity. It is obvious what this implies psychologically. There are natures to which the whole eitabllahed list of so-called classical subjects have absolutely no appeal. The fault is not with the nature, but with the Illogical system. Evory individual nature has its aesthatlcal repository. Dy teaching the principles of symmetry and proportion; of graceful line and curvature; of mosiac and floral design, and with this, to give tho opportunity of expressing these in concrete form, we shall have the. student further along the line of the beautiful, and with a much .more -permanent result than is possible by a compulsory memorization of Shakes-penre e.g. More and better, we shall have j been able to dovelop this ideal in a | far larger number than can bo made i to memorize poetry, and the culture ouo receives in this way admits of a transmission, that is impossiblo in the old way, to otherB. Wo hark back even yet to bask in the glories of ancient GrOeco and Rome, not so much to road their liter aturo but to wonder admiringly at their handiwork; to road the thought, of the past through a concrete immortality. The consecration of heart and hand is the only real guarantee of the peace and joy of the world. Tlio smashing in a few hours of Ypres, tho monument of the thirteenth century, and others equally groat, by an educated brutality has occasioned more concern to some, than even the many lives of the gallant fellows who so nobly bav.e defended them. These we know are legacies of tho old guild systems the equivalent of which our age does not possess ovon a shadow. Our politicians are everlastingly telling us that "wo shall not he allowed to put ourselves In the position of a minor after this war." But the most ,; of us dull fellows aro wafting for a - definition of tho term. Colbert waa right, v/hon ho informed his sire to the effort "tbia the greatness of a coun-. try dues not depend upon the extent.. j uI its territory, but on tlio character i of its people." Ami character neads 1 opuorlunitv for development and con-' win AT church, in society, in business, everywhere-^ ^ ^ Society Brand Clothes. They are authoritative in style and proportioned to fit all types of men without tedious measurings and fittings. .The new Spring models are on display. ., ' McKelvie & McGuire -Lethbridge "STYLE HEAD QUARTERS" - WHERE SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES ARE SOLD ;