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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOOT Sbe Hlberta BAILY AND WltKtV. r, delivered, per year..... Dally, by per voar Weakly, oy 3.00 1.00 Motile ot the keenest Intellects amount the younger of the l; Manitoba biir. He has klsjh Meals. his given evidence of hirlaf short he iiai'beee. In lit LofitlaUre. "Bvtry nan tcojialmted with the ut has Been in Manitoba for auite a: number ot years. He nut entered ibe.Legislature in WW, and has had 'long and honorable legislative ex- perience. Mr. Nprrio, Manitoba's new Pre- retain 'power yoars to come. AGRICULTURAL TRAINING NEEDED There is much to Se said in favor of Mr. Hodgson's suggestion to com- bine the High School and an Agri- cultural School here. Agricultural training is most important, and the sooner we 'bring it within reach of the young.men in the district close to Lethbridge the Setter it will for the fanners of the future. Un- questionably the Provincial Schools of Agriculture have filled a great need, and from year to year we will more fully realise the beneSt of these schools. of them. the province we need one of th schools without delay, and if we can- not get one immediately an agricul- tural course should be supplied in our schools in the city. As everybody Imows, the conditions of farming in this section of Alberta are entirely different from any'other part, and that being the case there should be an Institution where farmers' sons can receive the proper training for farming in this area. raier, tarrooading himself as he has with strong capable men, poasessed with clean characters and high ideals of public service, should be able to in Manitoba for many He must adhere to the policy, of the Liberal party, a pro- rresslve policy very much needed for lie moral, intellectual and material development of the province. The new government mutt -not possess itself with the idea tkat it is neces- sary to build up a machine in order 6 win future elections. Political ma- ilings have wrecked governments he- are and they will wreck governments n-tie future. 'What the people want s honest government, and as long as Mr. Norria and his colleagues pro- vide'Manitoba with that kind of gov- tatlsned that the jeeple will continue to place con- fidence fn him. At any rate it is better to lose power with an honor- able record of service thin to try and retain power .by dishonorable meth- ods, such as exist when machine poll-' Lies are resorted to. Wales. J. E. Armstrong, M.P., is again the Conservative candidate for East Lambton. Mrs. Ftetcfcer Cook', whose husband was killed recently in a street car ac- cident at Regina, was awarded 000 damages by a jury. Another is raeeiving. consider- able support lor the position ol Tor: onto fire commissioner. It is that oi Street Commissioner George Wilson. Rev. p. L. Farewell, B.A., succeeds Rev. Dr. Hare as principal oi the Ontario Ladies' Colloge at' WhvSby, Jamts Miller, a Biant county and el-Reeve ol Brantford township, .died. at Paris, in his 70th year. Major D. M. Sutherland, M. D. of Princeton, who is now lying wounded ia a hospital 'in England, is tho Con- servative candidate lor the House of Commons in North 'Oxford, The congregation, of St. ..James Lutheran ch'urch, .Elmira, on. Sunday dedicated their new- JSS.OOfl church church congregation was organized in a loj-ouiWing-" Rev Dr Jota McNeill. formerly of Cooke''s church, Toronto, wiM become pastor of Central Presbyterian churea, Toronto, at a salary of J8WO a rear. Another Toronto pastor, Rev. David Lang, is also going to Denver. A private cakte haa been received at Vancouver that :Capt. R. Har- vey, who was reported killed in a Ypres casualty list two weeks ago, it now a prisoner in. Germany, we was the head of university schooi, Victoria.' ,t The Bishop of London, me KIKU. Rev. Arthur Foley Winnmjton-Ing- ram, who recently .returned from the front, where conducted special ser- vices for the. soldiert, has had the honor of K.C.V.O. conferred- on him by the King. The 'Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, D. D pastor of Westminster Congrega- tional chapel, has reslned hit pastor- ate because of ill-health, and will de- vote his time to Bible contereaas -in porationt. "They tell what they call a war are helping to bear, the coot war, that you are contributing to the tap- port of the soldiers at the front. That is a damnable lie. I do not know, how else to describe it. You are the deficit in the revenue cauted mismanagement at Ottawa Patriotic "I heard H. Bruce later ia his adi__. about the patriotic speech to his workmen who boots for the soldiers heard a shoe manufacturer saf that good boots could be made tar tke prices that ware paid, but.not the graft had keen talon, out; yet- and I know what the aam4iiat4on showed aoout the boots were made in this patriotic factory; how they went to pieces whta they were soaked m water "The Dominion Government, tinued Mr. Bruce, "has milltoat wmr. but not one cent fer the diers of iadwtrv. to my own __ Mr. Corthera, tke Minuter in the Boraon Government, told rM tiat we, the people, would have tt bear a heavier burden than we hare been beartag in the war of waget, lets employment, and hours. He said something. "In England the Government insisted on a living wage ror work- employed in the manufacture ot munitions of war, but not so in Cai- ada." Mr. Bruoe then cited an exam- ple, where a large Toronto firm on receiving a Governmeat contract for manufacture of shells, dismissed all its regular workart, aad took on in their alien who were were paid from 16 to 8Z-cents an voe s England and in America. It is re- ted that the Rev. Joljn Henry cannot hare too many In this particular part of OUR "POINT OF VIEW Plant Trees (it Glenwood School Gleawood, May H. --The. meet of I. A. has been poaed for another week on account of "The labor organisation promptly lodged a protect with Sir Robert Borden, who threw up his haads is holy horror and ban ben an be appointed to investigate ths ekargea three men, one an atmy omcw, aa- bther a prommeat msMfacturer, and the third, the general manager oftfce very establishment which wai com- plained Big Inierasta Fint With a Government whiek faToTI hie interests above the rigkts of la- bor we have the interesting spectacle of honest mechanics in destitution ia MANITOBA'S NEW LIBERAL MINISTRY It was not difficult for Mr. Morris, the new Premier of Manitoba, to choose a much stronger ministry than that which is succeeded. It Is evi- dent, however, from the names of his new ministers that the personnel of the old government is not to be com- pared for a moment with the new government. Practically every mem- tier of Mr. Norris' administration is a man of unimpeachable character and recognized ability. Standing oul moat prominently are the names of A. B. Hudson, K.C., the new Attorney General; Bdwart Brown, the new Provincial Treasurer, and Dr. Thorn- ton, the new Minister of Education. Unquestionably these men will be the strong men of the ministry along with Mr. Norris, and It Is a credit to Mani- toba and a credit to Liberalism that men of this type have been placed in Her IB S the responsfcle positions the Premier Ietkor'cf kat selected for them. Mr. Hnuon la wl You tan't keep Brace out of the limelight. One of Manitoba's new is from that county. Manltoka's jiew government is made up of two lawyers, two farmers, two medical doctors and a capitalist. This Is a fairly good division. The new llanitdba government in order to win confidence should carry out its complete policy. Too many governments lose ground because they fonget their promises. Manitoba's :nevf parliament build- ings mess mast Se completely clean- ed up by the new government. There ahould not be the least hesitation in expoiing the evil doeM. Carlttaat, the town the main line, it sensitive about its German the storm today. _... Arbor day 'was, in the what a tin da to Net Aa4 aaw OMSM thto tkM film IMI what taMh turn la were as yen g TMta wklcfc that ttaw toa teat ELLS Will AM to Weils Cm Supply ACDOL Uttjr -T. proper way this year by the Glen- wood school, being Planted around entire school lot which will give to the gronads a very at- tractive and pleasant appearance. Be- sides this labor oa the part oi tne school children, lor they are domg mosfof the-work, there also-hss been prepared and planted an raeellent school garden, contaimiig an mdivi- piot Tor each of'the higher rtu- ilents and'clast plots for them all. The whole garden presents a very at- tractive appearance and is J'ncea with fine mesh wire, laid several- inches in the ground to stop gophers from destroying :the garden during the summer holidays, and -standing high enough to prevent, chickens from The is .comiag along weli now and .tie students are as interested in it. at in a game of ____ _e Western and at tke .__ time an advertisement in Cliieago pa pets by patriotic Canadian anas {or mechanics to work on Government contracts. "All the cablegrams may send for the purpose of gettuf these mechanics across to Great Bri- tain will not do a particle el good because the Goverwnent it a out of sympathy with you, the council ARGUE EASTMAN KODAK Buffalo, NY, May anru- ments In the government's suit to ill- solve the Eastman Kodak Co on iae grounds .that it is a monopoly In re- straint of trade, were made .before Judge John R Hael in the United States court here today Judge Hael said that wkflo a pmspt decision was wanted by sties tke importance of the case called for.na- ture deliberation tkla there was no intimation as to a deci- sion might be expected. Chairman Flavelle, o License Commiswon, the club Foremoat, May 1Kto tken iooitai onr JokHon Mr, sat a men of tfctoft Hdr have BWSMBrK.5 live. But tke place, but tkat I" Tken are beaitlrtl a o pieces en ol Aroma woy .M" rala to More the miMle_pl Mi writs It tkat on May ittk, HIS, Porrmert aad dis- trict kt4 Vottttor Sfcortlr rite tUtK, to njat fflwarot town, vrtottat lato a (ORtto a m flWt mAaHT fc gnat largo1 goke of ;