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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S TITK LRTIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD TIuu'Mliiy, May Cadet System iii Schools Thoro Ciiiiditni who objca to (be odot Jrul itilo KJ op's iho ibiDii it fi- Its! ih'S Is bLg, rts -e Oui. cay iho (Vp :eVy cafit t a: tellies lo his covniry. Ttere is no oro- rnarged by the per of training in >ir. want't! to kmw thai doss cot make ail the banV'i coulJ charge Tihai the) 1 strU as well as ol He, wlnlp ihe uv.Trrs liiniUd 'tvpir lerUDr.FlbllUies as Individua He thouzlit il abs-irci "You arc slloivir.e the to tV plac? of uvJiers, that's he said. on- bx inoctsso eratiu1 ro 1u :tc memerkf, lat n the of J It ctVJGtrv loss in !-i ao> ether .1 1: c-ss-Me to luw tbe of Jrill ia tbe schools. 1 (viaHSfs ib? of ihe coja- n (or eoLtnxA''.o nnlnar} iraln- ui: :n mcclt iheiirt- H-an it isVtf 10 train irifiu Kiiihoai in later >ears will lied ibelr m mUnary iJ'il1 to if the wrk did m siboo! in- strad oT 10 learL lUe wc-rk at mat 5 drill to siitfpji of they like teller thau rr Sxcrosstf. and IKCHVJSO of t'jJs fact, [i ma> so a? 10 ihe beceficU upon clurac- 6. A caiet is not soldier. He takes no oath lullilitj senice. He is a for his he tooJ o! bis !i disciplinej wholesome some o! hicb have bar! a nmuar> orif'ni. onie not. Any roMlMe obtec- ion to a Cadet Corps applifts equal !o.-ce to a UrisaJe The are tbe eeneral ad- of Cade: irair.ln.; to tb? Cadets thtmsehes: i. It iroiifies an jftline- up drill for tro.'S teachers, atid pbysi- :ians hue tried urctEily to train to :lt and to Etard properl> without suc- :ess. in most cases respond at once to drill and become pbisieal .ypes. Drill eiercises are good for :hc- seceral pbyjical development of a toy. but they produce better effects ttitl additional strength and ed be.lllh. Tbey five a more disni- fjr-d beAring. a more graceful carrias? of tbe body and a more ste? l.yr.c the ba-.Vs CAH taVe as the t: pat. You the lid oS opined Mr hmnicrsnn. "The said "are r.ot arils in thtir country. Boys mderstand that they will become re- fo.- dpfence of thiir bores and their country uben lbe age of eighteen. The; should to UK their iuflu er.ce lo but the fundament al principle is that tuey are liable b, I'oi MacLean. ji.vv :o give tbelr to institutions, li, wnen in re iO'J icstrii-i ttctn !o a Inv rale of llirn fc- [Le uririleges they enjoy initreM it will i'O Vade for !l-e at nf Mr aa raorat idea uas a -srjij HIP man ithoJt recognii "Thr fc.iuk :i ay stipulate fur, responsibility for ibe duti; cT The Eichocates OL a Cadet Syslei do no- any rhanse In ihe la i ay stipulate fur, or exact amli df e-t or diiOfiur.t per anr.uii JF ni'ay he upon may antl take n artvancc any rale, I.ighrr M interest ihan per crnt si i all tc rcco'.c-rahle by ibe CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acidia Block YOU'LL WONDER AT THESE UNUSUAL FRIDAY BARGAINS lo run across iievoi- niiiul tin- wlierel'orus, juvi couiu ii your iriv.-it li'mul t'uM Midi cxroptiouti) fioli vipect to gel p'an to --wile vluftli early. While Vei'lngs ind colored prints and Cham- brays, In perfsclly fast Made In plain style; extra special Friday Towel Bargains 25c Worth iip to 45c Eitra heaiy weight. Earse siie Turkish Towel; in white or brown slripes, including some of the best values we bad ;o at regulai' prices. Friday Bargain, each.........25s. Friday Kimona Bargains Worth up lo S3.10 These garments are lafcen from our regular stock and are perfect goods in every propor- tioned, splendid fitting atid thoroughly sewn through- out. Made of excellent quality crepes in Urge and small floral designs, trimmed with f'l Jjn shirring, etc......................... Remnant Sale 500 Remnants at class to half price, including scores of useful ends of yard goada which you can use in many easy Friday Apron Sale 20c Regular 35e and 40c Values Imagine a ridiculously low I'rUe for IP .is ihese would pas n-.oro In tlie regular was for Roods alone. Splendid w-earing white laA-n and cliecked ging- hams, in perfectly fast full width and long atrlngt Necklaces and Nick-Nacks 25c Worth up to A lovely collection of teai! ftnJ pearl uocklf-ces, collar cuiT linhp, ear-riuss, barettes, back combs, on sale at. one-quarter i aluo. Friday Bargain.............. 25c. Friday Wash Skirt Bargains Regular 52.50 valus An excellent iinallty good slsle skirt made or splendid qiialiis- Indian Head. In white only. Pleats .11 t'ach side -ir.d high waist line. Friday Bargain price is less by far than either the material or making would cost KQ you a1 Friday the Second Day of the Three Day Sale 'COATS AND SUITK Ever) parniint, frors tbp ciieupcst to tho most jrrades selliny for rridny snd .Salunlny at 1-3 Off The biggest money's worth we've tver offer- Hie most for the money ever bought. by "liberty under or.e 01 JaUons of character. It U ret to train a toy so .hat throilEbnai hi, lite he will stand or give5 erect, and walk more grace and dignity without, at ihe saue lime in- him morally for good. ibe ar.J the mor- al naturc-3 rtaci on each olfaer. Tbey should be iraiaed in liarmony. in or- der that eacb individual max reach hest development lc the three depart- raei's of his nature. Every parent in CanF.da has bad sons at ;be Royal Military Col- legt, and every man ivlio has met before and after their comae there, bas recognised the ary Improveroent in health, sirecgtti, stature and plijsique has to1- that course. Evt-ry man, whatever his party poli- tiis, vrbo has Feen ih-j bnliiary ing in Gc-nnany or in Sweden Switzerland, tesiifies to ihe i makes evrrv man theimenl In I of IS an'1 year? respODSlble self-respe ricferce of his They regard it a grievojs e to maize all rupn within lliesp age In ills liable for military as the law now does, witb- !n beaith. strength, hearing and ect which bas atierded It. 2. IE trains boys 10 !ie dc- 'inltslj, ir.telligeatlj cleerfuHj obedknt. There can no oi opinion in regard to a training thai develops ,iTOTnpt, definite. deeper aod broader conception of bis true attitude lo Ms felloe men and lo his duty. 4. It develops a hoj's genuine pat- riotism; not au arrogant or offcnslic consciousness of national imporience. but a genuine faitb in himself serf bis country. Sucb. a faith is or.e of the basic elements oi a strong and atariced In many larta ot Canada, a great> for- boys arc making a new home. Tbere no oih'er 'process by Vibieh Uey ctt be made pro'jil cf iheir their new countrj'. their flap, aad ibe mstumions its rejiretims ?u quicXly and sy .thoroughly as by rearing the Kind's uniform, aid keep- or ng step to patrioiic British tuusic nc- tbe L'nlon Jack, as rarl of a pat- riotic ore-aniEaltoa, clong with British- I'atiadian In this way a patriot- ic spirit, enters a boy's heart and Hie. Drill does more than develop cheerful obedience to :on3inuted authority. Thtre is no !ou irovidmg in some xvaj for ihc.r i training in order they ma. 1 to enic'ieut other school proce-3 tbai o-Jt Cc lorrili'c F.icrifico of life lhat iiatiinl.y remli of t'.c unnistrr d! the vain is jTep.sring ;n tf-.o fluty retired of them fnr it." sine; UailLily rcr t'.eftn.e these tjpts of obedience in a bey's cd. and oprralions ncnce as 50031 as Mrs. O'flara led lot Warner on Friday last. Messrs. R. and IT. Ker- tAntj relatives nf Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ser- Faith sluie. have arrived from Knglatid, anil are al present residing here. N. Hitlort, who has been ill lor the past ilircc weeks, is almost (.unvalepccnl again. Mrs. Derrick, sislrr of Mr. P. O'llarn, lias taken up her resitlonce on the homestead for the summer. .Muili was felt .by tfic Liberals of KaiUi. it known en Thursdar lhat lion 0, K. MHchell elrcl- ilKblp. It is also pointed out that Cardeton's PTS of industrial expan- Elon, now mean n steady Increase In population In tho months ahead, and that pro- uill have to made for housing of both skilled and unskilled laborers in tbe very near future. Al- ready the distributing centre o! a doyen or morn tmall losrrs, all witb- In a nvdhw of 20 iJ.les, Cardslon is now in a peculiarly favorable poti- tion lo profit by the improved traffic fatilliiea that are assured to tills sei'Mon during tbe coming months- gild a steady increase in ponulRtlou cil, even ii it was it) yi eight voles. by a iiiajor- AGAIN DISCUSS DEMURRAGE gLaracter so naturally, so and ao permanently as driii. 3. It to a boy. not as z U.Tiilily fcr ('.eftrue i force inertly, but as a Ailiun is r'ghf This force, b> to [.ijiilJL1 orks, prc-lJuj: true, iL flearl> follona ihat all [achisre much more perfoct -ir.- tiill iu the fihir.rt 'mec sbo .Id, in sotae he prepared lav ihan he cculd roEEibl> frr tho (f to ptrfcrm "thy fluty laid nr.ot, tlie.n! the ihe luensint anms-n zn'I thoi: co.-nlry. Tbe (ountr> thai goiern iu ti'J'T, of providing of j aarelaled mass of individuals or a trair.iric :'or Iho onir-io'i; under ii is a perfect organ ihe spirii of patriotism. It reveals to a boy his as a ana. therefore, his responeibillty for the performance of his dtities as a citi- zen not merely in defence of his coun- try, bi.i In the highest development of his country in all departments of national life. C Cadet dull helps to nuke a boy executhej and evecutive training U j Hie t.-ainins liiat gives real salue lo all other Kinds of training. One of the gieatest causes of failure tho GEORGE C. TAYLOR The star witness in 11--, charges against Premier Sir JamcE Whitney and Hen. J. Hanna, secretary mcial, before the Privileges and Elec- tions committee at Toronto. Taylor, a contractor, is alleged to have pard Mi. Hanna five hundred dollars for parly funrfs. Mr. Hanna admits it. The question IE as to tihcr ii demanded or given as a free will contribution. Because Chairman Ferguson declined allow prosecuting solicitor to press enquir- ies on, this paint, all the Liberal mem- bers of the committee withdrew. CHANGES IN C.P.R. SHOPS AT SPILL OF A FREIGHT TRAIN Oltaus, Ma) ol rail- nay cans will asain fce lakei! tli' ly lie Dominion Railway Commission at tho Elltlr.K lo be nelil here Ma> 20. Beiides the in'irragp. which the diiffuieni lioin'.s of tradi- are demanding tbe board nill gn into '.he aicrage demurrage at tbe rctiuest of Hie Uoard ot Tiarle of Hamilton. iino OTTUCU@ MRS, STEVENS i'hc minister that in FEAIAC th.rrc arr her..- !nrs Tlif speed attaiii- Ke assorted, us HfTi nul-s an Sius't Is fc rca t.rd a distance of it properly lajs tl.c rt'iiy (o r r istoms niOat s> fur uni.-er-al The Cads! 3j >tem has ihn foUnA- ir.z. frofi; the, national VanO- point: i- izallon, (.apable of [compl.cated .serio; of most-msm? ac- ll> c mtily and not as ir.d but as an Occ of nsrUh? elements ot nora! Irainir.g is rf-vtrtntc for IE fcrcc. To the law of arjl hq ery Beauty of contour is the key of the success- ful "1913" costume. More than ever bc-iorc a proper corset i; ary. The great suwr- ot the D. A. and the l.i Diva styles has kcp: die greJt Dominion Corset Go's model factory in Quebec, with its thousand skilful corse tiered busy early and late producing the cor- sets which will bring style, comfort and support to many women in Canada. IHHhT Corset bargains It :i r.o: ind v-hich male fc A. Ja popu'.sr. pare tliem any :s of iiTiii'ar ir.odel, fji air) rf t'nc v 1 no I'.: c wil (ii.oo lo acu ai than half of ;nc DCE: en in .A. or U IX. a CUTJ-SI. 'I dcrc i) O..r itnl fret on v :.'i Help )0'j chooic Ihe best fa DOMINION CORSET CO., QVEHtC, f. Q. JHohi the schools of. llo plat laciv of executive traininig. I 7. All ailiaucea io cdiiLa- tiou are based or. a reverent recogni-] cl the value ot Ihe indiudual soul, and of the mpreinc need o! its development. gives a boy an op- porlunit> to [earn the ol Indi- vidual mining of individual ef- fort by experience, belter ttan any otlier scliool -Aork except organized or work in Manual Training or corr.e other form of em- ployir.ert. Kacb aoy knowa from first that tl.e o[ the coropanj depends on the work of each induid- i ual boy. He alto Ihti his I failure tjrinus discredit en his com- pany. This niH, 111 duo time renal to him Ihe need n( his to aij liU community and Ihia country to their hishcst deielop- arguments in Eavor of military drill in schools: for the sycitra tends to a [disregard for n due nsiicct for which :s restored by i reasosable sj-atetn ol universal railllari IralninB. The traiiunK is therefore hencilclal, desirable, in itself :ing it Into practice literally, ar.rt it not or Tendered r.te- le-s the laat and v-oril occa- 3icn for it never arise. Crar.brook, Slav had a scare last week-, when it was rurnoioU that all tie nifji in back ihops ol the C.I'.ll. urrc to be moved to Calgary, hut as or.e ot ihe ollifi.ih nl the ton i part) "the said, Uip and n'iv "V .mher has flwui'Iled duMi tu bti ''ig under 20. 'Ihcrc via" ,i had -.ucrfc al flam- parl (Knrt Lite on SaUinl.ij- wlitat nnd general merchandise, vcaltercri ail over the iratk. H jna-k U.e trains %rr; lair, ior a day or two A broken rat! vias the ta'isl1. Mr. N. Hainan is starting an up- to-date hrkK !ilf uianufaclorj Mrs fiforgc Thompson shortly tr.iiing to spcr.d O.c summer uilli hec motJirr ,iiid sister at SnaUle and children Vanioiner fnr jmotjjrr ,ilid sifter ll .Mis Harold Da LI ate going to The tire ideals of nne sirtrtfd. Icr.dcr nl Mr 8 defines in a hoy's mind llie ncfed of acme cooperation isitli anii men It Is tery 1m- 3'fi Titan anall become consilons of :hc of his own In- It is nrich more import- ant that liia surreme iahic a Eoctal .nit. ,11 onp vlth ar.d for hununi'y ar.ii -racial rtlatlon'hip j (Annoi he con.munirated 'lUally to thlMi-n lo hj woMs alon" r.i.iBl I.-.- drfinod by aclion. by i.nUed cfffin .lirt-clivr for the of a common jrjr- Theio r.o othCr form of LO- ra'Uc pUKity tint ao ctearly rc- to n b-n th" need of mittlnK forth hLi rffo-n in harmony with his as drill Drill a boy to be careful of his mantieri, and lo sn'i and poreon. a-id opt a tonyj'jun pcrfonal fthich U an irnportanl element In character. Thar o'ir of denocralk qiM.flrjplf-s fcrce of i The MftrlunhU' I.odw lljeir LOCAL MAN GOT IT FOR [annual bamiiM al Ihe rnrhirii's Hall PLEASED OVER MR. CHELL'S ELECTION for 5 ate inaflr. Mai r' a inii'UiiR Kailh school l.HJ on day last triiiler- for Ifulfljug ill >I the MOH- thc HJfl' [tit- nl nl uas accept- STEADY INCREASE IN POPULA- TION AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT HAS STARTED Curdaton. o.itlrok for "year's liiilMlns ?.t rani- 'is improving and nrchiucti an'l Lontrnctora now lim r> ni in JifiH'1 fw Tinn> new Nullil ami (tifiJIri! hoiu ni ;ii tlit- JnnF ing jiroliUni lerosninj; ml moif acJtc, and (m[ liri's In- idling for art n" After of Suffering. Tells kiovf Her Healih Was'Regained. WnuTika, Okla, hatl female bits for seven yeors, was all run and RO ntrvona 1 could not do any- thing. The doctors treated me for dif- fcrenltnii.gnbutdirl mi< no Rood. I gol l-art (hat I co-jld not sleep day or While in this cor.dUbn 1 rnad of Lydia K. Pinkham'i Com- pound, and began Its uso and wrote to you for special advice. In time I rtgAi.ieJ my health am tiow Mrs. SAM.IK H.K.D., No. 2, Ccman.che, Okla. Annllicr WODIHTI Hocovcrfl. Newton, N.H. five years I farcd fro-n ftmalc ging jiain.' K, PirAhun a Vofctflblo OimpojTTl liaa rtstcrcd my health and tho aro Mrs. F, A. PKAbt.I.K, H. i'. Bcca'Jae your cn.-e a one, doctors havinj; done yo'i no Rood, not continue to suffer v.itl'Tst jr.1. K. Pinkbain's Vojjf InMc (rial. of female sj( ij ceration, rii-r tnmr.r', irroeu- Krities, nrricfdic Lick ache, it may be exactly what yon nte'1. If jron wanf special irrilcli I.ydla K. PEnihim Mtflklnc Co. I-jnis Your Ictltr nill he .inil bj nml In ronflifri'W' ;