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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1B17' GET OUT OF THE RUTS Lord Shnughn'essy Tells -Whal Canada Needy. Lord Shaufihncssy may bo best "N'oihliiR is loo known as President of llio Canadian Pad flic iKfllhiay Company. YVlrcri tbo Inner history of Tlic war comes lo bo written lie be still bettor known as one of the ofiecllvu organ- isers of victory. From iho bcsinnlns )io '.threw Ills energy, nnrt diluted the" energies of many. ot hit. sUCC Jnlo ihe national cause. asked fur a as to Canada's greatest, needs at ibis crit- ical'; time, especially In maklug ranfecmcnta Tor returned soMlcrs. Ixjrd ShauRliuesEy Bald: The return ot our soldiers will V-o 1 a tremendous opportunity for ihe country. Shall seize il, or bi nni niks It? That will bo tlio j ol the quality of Canadian states have always wanted men to de- velop the country; Well, there they t are, or will lo our Jmuilgr.ition Is desirable, bui unccr- talh. Those mea oT ours yrlll tonic home as a matter of course! Have the Men Changed J They will not conic Lack execily ihc same as ihey were, but del nil whnl Is for for you." U la easy to "talk hi vnguc eon- Jitjt wo IMVU sol lo romp down to pnrllculiiis, unil fin A out En HIP yos, iaeh piiriicular with idUMual rapacities ami a.tiiludi's. lly doing ihni very thins fyr mm disabled, tho Military lies- itais Commission has given HIP rounlry a Icjd- leail thouM be fallowed In ilcalius vtilli the mas? ol men returning hucr en. Tim biuofiia this syj-toui sliuul.l finally ,'be exlftideil to our jiencrElly, so that every boy on leav- ing school should be directed a nil helped into tlio that lio fiti do best (Mined whenever that Is by any (ug towers, whatever lio liwvn I am glRtl to see (hero Is plenty ot vnriely In the Usl of occupations thnl Lhc wounded arc Lelug trained lor. Ho Ions ns tliey well avoiding any thai are obviously unsuitable to Iho country, nnfl such 'as would ouly n temporary and seiui-chsrli- nblc 'demand, the moro variety the letter. We Think and Act In Ruts ivftiil to got out uf ruts, ilo our DiJnfclDff In lute, ivud that keeps us acting in ruts. Take for Instance. iVo- ple uavo n liable of (Mitklnn nad say- ing that Intensive farming is not sul.ciL lo Canadliinsi nnd. uccordlngly, It U nol (Jcvelopeil. liul prido llicmselvcs on their ad uni] of lliwn trfliiilor tliolr cticrglrs from uiicnsivo to tutonslvo fRrmln.e with great ndvantiigo to Iho eouniry. This is a line ol Industry ivlilc.li ly disablej FOliltccs, with sufficient us training, could carry on both po.-sible. In soino of course, it Is hard 10 tdl vhat a boy will In- most (it for, unlil lonj after ho IPIVOS fcbool. HUT oven in such a case n deal can, be 10 keep bim OIK of wort: that he is positively un- fit for. Talents Discovered In The CommisElon, 1 notice, elves i? nion n. gqjU denl uf fitut Instruction while they are still umK-r iJea ol the, change wo iiuy circci. ire.itni.nl. in ftci, Ihcso cccunacions fortn part of the curative Elcally and liardy. Eelf'rellaiii anil (heir is ueviMOpej, ana incsu minds widened by experience. Some tsloms are discovered and Iralocd, of lAin 'will nalurallJ A HHie M ihey never vould'haie ucen if Ihe HDW tc SEIU, down'aud get tUcir becoaio pal- Bui that will be onl> slng fihase. tote for "ranted lhat tlie presenl ryBtem of ploy me nt us c-i-scjldiers lenls. It Is A strtkEug cafe of getting good out of evil.- BUI not supped lo find IliA1. many anil profitflbly. National Co-operation It involves thorough co uiieiatloii. of course. Hut 11 Is too much to hopes that co-overatlon. or government or- of buying nnd selling -U other nonls, national fo-opcratlou may bo applied In the nenr fulure lo the aerkulturfil Iudii6lry In gc-noral. [nlenslvc and extensive alike? Wlille must avoid Impracticable schemes, --ve must not turn down a scheme off-lmiid us impracticable Jusl because wo have hail no of It. Nor we be' scared 'of big Ihlnpi Just bccaUEO Ihcy arc big. We must Investigate- nil plans Hint seem lo contafn any jiromtfe of use- fulness; cxiierimnnt with that .11111 seem promising after tnlng sub JccteJ la rigid examination; and bold- ly adopt ihoso thai stand (lie test ol crpcrlmenl. "Caution11 as an Excuse tor Timidity At a critical time like" Iliis, -will problems to solve, we returned soldiers, slruply Ihrough the must be bold withuul ond be greatly liuprcxveJ I Ihey liave h.id In and developed, for U Is barely ablcihivo gone out lo wfcc positions betler to-place ihe few already-ihBn ihey ever occupied-before. wHhus. Bui even if the system Is 53 n...... I improved- Ihftt every man reiurniDS afro'r Hie ttar gets same sort" of a job. it does not follow tbal ne shall have Switching Over to Occupations An cxira privilege is given (o men who aro so Incapacitated that t'dcy cannol take up their old line of work. not (latter our llmliHiy wllh tho of caulloa. PATROL BOATS. -I- New York] Svr. Y., The i two wlltcli, nccord-'. Ing'.lo iiubllsHcd ,to..ba'Gcriutui' In spile oT Hie (net Dial (ho Imv !a npatiigt (ho sblpnicut of ily- uniullo or any oilier cM'loslvo on rail way (rains without their Diituro OIL Hie oulsUlo o( Iho 'tingo Riid giving Tiotlco thereof In writing to the atfttlon nRont wlierc thu luckflge Is shipped, iiersons conlliivic Iu icsoiL io alj VJiiils of ilDVlccs lo carry explosives tu defiance ot 'iho law, Tho lowest fine iiosslbln for sued an Infraction pf iho law is flvo hundred dollars. Very recently a firm of welltlrlllers sbtpiicd n well dlggiug outfit from llroivulee lo Cheviot on Iho Canadian Pacific rullu'ay. The statement given lo the station was for "fc ecu of well drilling Without conirlylng with Hie lions for shipping explosives lho'ship- pers placed a boi contalnlns about pounila of dynamite on Iho car. Thb had au opeu top and Lind sticks of dynatnl'? packed urounil iho outside of an Inner bov which uUo contftlncil dynaiultc. on In- spector of the company nt ft station through Ih'c car puased made llic discovery an net Ion was taken and Judgment Issued against tho ship- pers for Kva hundred dollars and cosLs. pff, wdro' Ainorlilnn pnirol boats, Hoar- v Admiral Upher, commnmltuR llio .N'eiv. i'ork nttvy.yard, said fnrm nftor Bpondliij; In Kdmonlon. Iho 'wlnlcr llnrry Alnlay, of Midway locftlltyi Is now lit on olYlcer'd clasa In (i-atn'ttc for -Q lleutenani. JIc Is, nttnclicil-lo tlio KuElllere. llcv. Mr.: i Armstrong gene Ihronglrhla operallon for anpendlcilh uiul may bn homo hi a fow daya, wo nro Bind to roiwrl.- Tho pnrchnso uy'Jnpaii from' Porlii- Bill of llto'lslainl of la report- nil InMhf- PortiiKtleso The Island of Mucuo (a oil west side of llio eulrahco lo tlio Canton river, miles Foullicasl of Canton ond llilrly.fli-u miles 'went of HOIIK- kons. Although-It lins'lost nnu-li of Its former greit Imiiorliini'o since Itio acquisition of llunkcnir by tho llrltlsh, It still linn n. liirto trude. With Iho' uK- small Mae.io forms n pi'ovlnco with n population of ubcut REPAIRED We are well equipped wllh up lo date machinery and the oupert workmen to do high grade worh on all of re- to gai or iteam englnn. Gel your engine overhauled and put In good shape early. We repair all kinds al macliliv ery. Our rfeep well pump.li built for. coiKllllons In AlbtrU See It, G. KISCIIEL Lesee of The Lelhbrldje Iren Works. CABINET CHURCHMEN A wrller (he other day described Sir Thos. White as a McUioiHaL. b false. He Is a writes u correspoudenl. There are llirea Prfls- bylorlans In iho Cabinet, Sir Uon, Arthur Mclghen. BUI] of caulloa. Hon. Dr. ItelJ; SU Anglicans. Sir Rob- 1 fald tlmt (he Military] er( norden. Sir George 1'erlcy. Hon. Hospitals Commission had Riven the. Burrell, lion. J. D. Hnzen lion contitrv a good lead by iramms me 11 of medical and cost of Ibo otliprwlEe. Aud they are helped cliooso the occupation rnnst Euitable and profitable for them, by the advifc ocitlonal experts. The kill? is paid for tbcin. J EO Is, even their maintenance and. tlial of IhPlr raniilUa. for as Ions (he Iralnias a month loiis- er.- Is an admirable system, and I should like to see every man seizing (he opportunity who has it offered to him. Pluck Wins Against Heavy Odds i Is good to that even a great r- s goo o novv a even a grea Injury, as Io5j of right arm, cajinot now prevent a plucky man from earul'jg a good, living. I am not thlnfc- so mucb of the ingoalous artifi- cial gripping .appliances ond EO on, tliat the gororninent presents .___... ._ him with. These are most useful, of inal ho is interested in, and has.'Eklllj C0lic-e. but far more useful Is tlie iralntng a mau can gel far his remain- ing arm. and indeed for alibis remain I snv great cause lo boast We shall They are given special training for a have Achieved a negative success, occupation, in'technical colleges or I but wo nmtL aim al somoibing high- tr, .a more itositive succesj. Haphazard and UniuUable1 Employ- ment. is too liabhaTard "cm- at Ihe- beat dfTlliMS; and pvltb. a Hood cf to be placcj -there Ib a increased danger .of i shoving I Iherii Into places without enough rfr gard to suitability, roltins round less in'o square holes, does pay. Having still some time Lo iprcpaie, lihere will be no excuse-if-ye''do not I devise schemes of cmploym'CDt .wl hlgli rPrcentage or i nan's capacity. Instead of a low per- centase. The man and liis employer and Ihe J counir? al Jarge will all sain by Ihis The man can make most bv Vort: toal'ho is inleresled in, and for." '.The lodustry (hat he Is ._.__ In prospers by bis good woihr End Oie I couhlrj- as a, prospers or suf- I fora 'according to the prosperity or I depression of Its various industries. rlahf Country L'fe I am glad lo hear that the 'National I Service Commission is taking :slep3 to discover the prevrous [rede or call- ling ,df (Jacb. man now u'ndar -arms, laud'his or ior Ibis future career, al any rate in the, IniaLLer ot Herlcullure. ThEt is the foundation Industry of the.whole I country. Fannins made profiLable, by educational'and nn- icial nftl, and tue social 'conditions ruraKllfe should be Improved, Ithat Ihoiisanda of men with natural I inclination a that way will he attract- ed to agriculture and will succeed at 13ut even Trhco that is done, the great majority of the men will hare Le provided for in other tfncls of R-nrk. I should lite to sec thousands of ibem, not now highly skilled, given Epecial training to equip them triib [the skill they lack. I am sure 11 n-oald pay Ihe ccaslrr lo give II! (them- A Splendid Lead. We must use brains and Ingenuity forming our plans for doing the best that can be done -Lhe returning men. Good people often Ely to In man suited to. -And there is another very striklnc feature ot Its work that1 offers a good pxnmple fcr the whole country to follow. a soldier Is four.d to have tu- berculosis, he [s given MIC most scl- cnUiic treatment lu sanatorium, for Rogers anj Hon. Dr. Ilocho; ror three Methodists, lion. "Frank rano, SSr Edward Kemp, anil lion. as long Ills Anrt he _s taught -uot. only -Jiow to conquer ;ho, disease, in himself but how to sprciidiitg others. If Iho same systematic .care vvas applied lo civilian .the In health, aud iho country would be simply enormous. As many'Canadians'.have heen kill- ed at hoine by luberfulosls since the war hpgan been hilled by the war, entirely fro- we stop its rav- ages', we shall make up for Ihe ravages of Ihc war. If we slay In the rut, and lei Ifiis enemy go on killing, our people at home us fasl as can .kill them at the Treat, then'Ibe lessVe talk aoout our national" intelligence and the T. W. Crolhers; aud onn Daplisl, Sir Foster. lion. C. J. Rohorly and. tho three .French Canadian Ministers are Roman Catholics. Sir Sani Hughes sn't in the CftblneL now, hut every jody knows he Is a Methodist. H about it, and quite n lot of Methodists boast about Ottawa Journal-Press. Horses AT AUCTION TUBS., April 3 At the Stock Yards, Lclhbriilgc Absolute clean up of h 7 (Pagt) brand mares and geld- ings, comprising: 35 .broke mares and geldings, IS saddle horses. .15.unbroke yearlings, 2'a and 3's The above are being moved from the ranch, 25 mlTcs south lo Lelhbrfdge far convenience of sale, Sale al 1.05 p.m. Ta.ke the Red Line Street Car. GEO. G. ROSS, Owner. 0- P, Deardorff Auctioneer MR. flOSS SAYS; "SELL 'EM1 (Kroni Our Own Correspondput) I.oniond, >fnr. aro lo liavo thrco trains a.' week commencing Apill flrsl. Mr. Uughes. of Calsarj'. Mr. hns not yet declilctl. ns to wlml lila iicsL move will bo. Ire Donnelly Ins found loia [or Dive Munroo al ttio (loptli ol 50 foot. Tho supply ol water could not LJO loivcroil, so tlioro >vlLI lie no Ing ol water for David tlib Bummor. J-'ltiloy Is suffering troni nutusoy. Tho sudden otmngo from mountain air to Low altitude was too much .for Howard. AVo liojie for -a speedy recovery; The. Lonjwiil basclj.ill team Is gel- ling ready for another season's fiRht. Our boys did .well last year Inking it all round. They nre a forgiving bunch, but revenge Is Tlielr first tlirusl will likely be turned lo- ward the singeing ol tlic Travers team who IIBVO named Iliciuselrcs the Champions. The old timers here thlnli lhal Mit'se conttuucd hurricanes bode no good for U3. Billy Denson, while dlgREng a iven, o few weeks ago, uncoi-ored what la thought to he n norllon o[ a petrified fish. Picking rock and harrowing hns commenced by Ihe energetic farmers. George Woods has returned lo this locality. Ho is now building tho hip roof on Dave Munroe's Larn. Mr. Woods has been working around Cal- gary most ot the winter. Cordon Elliott has returned to his ftuctionSale Farm Stock Implements On Saturday; March 31st AT ONE O'CLOCK AT SPUING COULEE ...vi.a m.Booa snnpe; l gns tnolne; 1 1917 Ford auio; 1 MeClary. Ranse with flight closet; 1 kitchen cablnit: 24 pure bred.White Orpington chickens; also 6 pure bred roostars. oiler lot 1 loan of blx soo. W. L. Wilson at the same time I offer for 1 loin of bl mnrei, 4 and 6 years old, weight 2900. v TERMS CASH HOY M. .MATS'O'N Owner rirm Sale and Live Stock Auctioneer Lethbrldge (I-' Sttfblnj, 5J3 Have Just Tmpoitcd fi'oni Iowa Fourteen Registered Stallions 12 Pcrclicrons, 1 Bejgian anrt-1 Trench Draft JO1.IMETZ 117417, Dark Gray, Foaltb May 23, 1914, weight about 1oCO Ibi. RACINE 1C5137. Black, Foaled May 8, 1914. weight ahaut 1700 Ibt. BRILLIANT M835. Black. Foaled June 8, 1905, weight about 1900 Ibl. LEANDER No. 103iaa. Grey. Foaled May 5, 19H. Ne. '118556. Grey. Foaled March 20, 1914, vieioht about HOO Ibi. No. 102710. Iron Grey. Fojlic" April 23, 1913. about 1600 ibi. No. 96124. aiick. Foaled June 7, 1912, weibM aboul 2100 Ibc. No. 71163. Black. Foiled June 23, 1910 welshl about ISM Ibt. Ho. 57S12 Black. Foiled JuiieU 1M3 Imported from France November 1903. No. Orey. Foaled April 20, 1910 Imported from France August 1911, weight about 2200 Ibs No. 533E2 Black, Foaled April J 1505 Imported from France 1507. MASTER DEXTER. Black. Record No. 121J26. Foaled June 24 1914 KINO COLE Draft Stallfon Blacki Record No 2a61j' Foal ed Auguit 15th, 1014. Stallion. Roan. Hicord Ho. SW5. Foaled June 11 1914 w.lght about 1SOO. 4' Thtte slalllons have been pjrchatcd from ont of the large.! trtjeitff and importers on (he American cor.llntnt, Thty have teen bought .worth the money and are priced Will alio 'exehinae 'for good farm horjes. dT' AT TJIK LETIiniUDGE SALE H. O. ROLLAG, OVVNER 'Your Bulls Are The Best I Ever Saw Put Together" Tins is John Sillier, of Asliburn, Out., and engaged by tlic government of Argentine as' judge at their big; iia.ional stock .show. Wi: Miller lias been a judge at Ontario big bull shows and is an he says about bulls brought to my farm at Stirling, where they arc for sale i.should be true. l They were selected from the prize winning herds of such breeders and importers as A. F. and T Aiilu and J. J. Elliott, of (iuelph, John Bright, Supt, of the, Shortlioi-n breeders Assoc- iation, I'efcr Manchester, C. and J. Hope of Port Perry and John Davisoii of IJalsom, whose father, J. I. was (lie first man to import ShoHhorns into Canada. The herd ihcliid- ing the great show calf of >V. J. Cook which at II) months weighs 11GO which is the best bull, calf I ever saw. These bulls and heifers are without a doubt the finest biiiwli ever sliippcd west and should be seen by aiiyo.icjwanting to purchase good slock. I have also to'Stirling a CARLOAD OFJirGTI CLASS CLYDE MA IM- PORTED STOCK. All this high grade slock is nniw for sale and can be. seen at my barn. Call, write, wire or pl.oiie fur information. M. Steed Stirling; Alberta ;