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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'he Herald's Page of Live Local News ttbe Xetbbvtbge L All The Local Newi Where You Expect It 1'IUDAY, NOVEMBKIl 7.1'Jl'J SECOND SECTION LETHBHIDGE, ALHF.HTA. SECOND SECTION "PAGE-NINE- [This is Answer of Hon. Gto. 1'. Smilh (o Board of Trade Request For School iVERY ENLIGHTENING CONFERENCE IS HELD In two words, "Show min- lEtcr of lion. (Icorgc P. Smith gave tho viewpoint o[ the rro- vincial as represented, in 1ho deparlmc-nl occr which he pre- sides, In regard to the establishing ot fi Normal School in Ihc gouth coun- try. (Mr. Smith faced Iho (iuenllon a businesslike and a clear nnd conslso explanation of iho' sltun- tlou as IL nppcared to him, This is Iho first time Ihc minister o' educa- tion tins made his official presence iii ind building to credit (he ns of Irj an up-to-date institution. Cost cf School respect to the figures a_s lo the LmUdius and operation of A "Normal School RE fifven Jn (fie memorial, Mr. Smith tald lhat this was greater, In I but :L school could not be operated under annually. Jn lhe mat- ter o.r There behig seven Normal Schools in Ontario, tiro of them could not be ollosclher regarded as N'ormtil Schools, but even allowing for this number, tlic" population' In Ontario was greater than m AJbcrla, anrt in the Banie ratio it would work out at, two schools for this province. Dearth of Teachers Tlic minister went into the problem of tho supply of school leachcra as it was felt in Great Jtnta'n and in the Staler, and drew alien I ion '.o the dlf- JficuUy In Wisconsin, where 4c.icliers live re taken direct from the High Iho city, and llic Impression lit undo I Schools to ihc- gaps, and the stan- was dJMinUtvcly favorable in of had EVmpnthcMc view cf Ihe Xorma] jerca- School question, albeit, he did nol fail lo tbc pracllcaPsidP o( It In regard (o tho exigencies of ibe In the limnbur ot those who hc.d lo meet lhe minister, tbero Normal School Training Ileferrlng to the alteration of tho lime hi trainiug'm Ibc Xormal Scliools, tbc minister said that he felt four moil the were nut enough for training. Labor Asks C.E.Cameron to Contest Coming Election For Commissioner Local Lawyer Given Week To Think it Over and Answer r v FORUM OPENS SUNDAY W. H. HAWKINS AND MRS- JOWETT NAMED TOR SCHOOL BOARD Whatever may result In the elcc- Tht> Talks to Members or tlie Hand nt Moose Jaw, East. JAP-KOLCHAK ALLIANCE lion for the or Pub- lic Works, there will Le a figlit la School Hoard clcclloD. and this :i lady ivlll a part. At the mcttlnft held In the Labor Temple on Friday nlghl, for th.e uomlnatine of candid-j ates Tor the mun'cJpal elections, Mrs. Holmes Jowctt and o J v The" Forum will ujieii iu iv doois for the season, ai Slar- land, on Sunday udnriionii a: v 2.45. Tho speaker will be Dr. J. M Tanner, cf on v lhe subjctt "Will ihc Lcasuis v of Nill Ion 5 pro vent lului'u v wits." The chair will bo lak- v en by Mayor Hurdle. Tantier is a gradual a of Harvard. a sluJr-nt of men ami nutters, and ui ono time was Slate tiuin-rinu.-Qdcat of In Utah. LON'DOX, Nov. S secretary o( (be Trades and proachcrt as to standing Tur (he L'om- In circulation that an alliance I Council, were nominated to contest nitssloner.-liip Luc fell iliat his hcalili hud been concluded or an vacancies on ibc School Board, j would pcmiu of lits doing EO. Lo, UnueJ .Mr. SniJih, to intercut High Bludenls In. icadilng; speeches had been made by men whom he had sent out through the country. -In re- gard lo students In the south country___ ____ ________ ._ who intended lo take 1111 teaching ihe i reached between Japan and the names were voted on. ihe tvro however, was Fonstd thai ii was lime results were disappointing; inicsiiun- (Itimsinn goverDUient o[ Adiniml Kol- those nnd thai of A. J. L chat Mm prcEeut ronu of civic govern nalrcs had boon sent out to 101 were nol cbiitirLned uu inciuln" Iho hslloi resulting In the uicnt bi: He would filve Mr. enla in Grade XI :md OUL of tiiest-jai the llrltUh lorefgn office and iln! of Mrs. Jowett and Mr. Hmv-j Cameron every support nnd work lor only L'.i had declared their preference [Japanese embassy here today. Jt wis Lu the banner ol thn him If he elediMl to The leaal that was ei-l declared by both thac nothing' TOUONTO, Nov. there arc pagan Indiaus in the Doniioion of Canitln was iho statement made by Jtev. Arthur supcniilendent of MciUwlisl Indian missions, in tho conr-ic of au iaterview here yester- day. Mr. Barncr Is making a lour ol Uie. Indian reserves of Caiiada Mr. Uarcer yt.iled that Ihero were ICD OOP Indians nod 01 ludian sioiis bcnvccn Montreal and Queen l.'harloite .Islimds. in the Pacific. LI very representation Tron the oulsldo dlalrlcta, cousldoring the (llfftculty of travalllnR wllli '.ho roads; in Ihejr present coudJlioa as a result for teaching. pfeuieil wad one-third. It left him punlod as- to whether moro High .Schools would mean additional teach- ers. In regard to these schools every thing had heen done to encourage item by additional grants. T tie EC were now greatly eiceeilpd with :iu if leachers were of Ihc weather. In fact, through Ihis a deputation from Coaldale, "roprespnt- tltc contented, and being woul Lc I Depends on Supply of Students to the Xormal School In, liappier In Iheir surroundings, and so would continue in the profession. To' encourage teachtrs to stay, the de- j parimcnl of education had liied a fc the Commercial Club and .School Board, wag stalled on Iho The country delcgatee swellcil the ul-. tendance ol lhe ruprtseDtallvcg ol ihe nf ?70 a 'or lusines.i nnd other concema in lhe IeachcrE- Th.ts meant lhan I in as a consetiuoice. Among those presenl from oul- Bido wera Detoc VfoolC and John Powclson A. IJlcnner- HnsEOll and A. Uonnell H. Spackmau and N. H, Nelson Mr. Bennett hud J. Daskcr- MT. A. Beebo It. J. Gould (TaberJ, W. A. Homes (Tur- JnJ. Tho Normal School Tha meeting WHS prceldcd over hy t JR. T. Brj-muer, In tbc absence of G. Ji. Calgary, who brought 'up Hi e .matter before the mcetlDg to tha minister as follows: '.'In-bringliiff forward the ngilallon Irhlch hag oecn carried out. by IhlB Hoard ol Trade, we have endeavored to -bring lo tho attention ol lha ati- thorlUoa -what' (CD! ;Ja a crying tieed'ot Ibo southern. pro- -'TlnceiTli.: a training achool for icich' crs which can bo reached at compara- thereby facili- tively Email expense, thereby fac tating training of young ert had gotio up on nn avriragc in- crease of 5151 a year in the lower graces .ind proportionally btgher in .he upper. Money Advances The policy of loaning money to lielp students In taking training in Iho Normal School v, mr. Smith con- sidered wns one wrhlcb was of happy iiigary. It-bad resulted In" the addi- tion ot 315 students. This policy was ona inaugurated by ihe province, and It tvas the only inslaqco where a gov- ern jiicnU Jiaii EO helped, out the filtua- Edrrionton Normal School Tho mitiialer defended1 the policy Ed moil ton. Mr. SmiUi isaid-ihat" lhe Kovernment iraa commuted to the sumo in the made Ly hla pre- lessor, Uoyle. Hut uotwlth- slandlng Ihia there wa.i tho reason, us he stated, why one should bo there. The building of a Normal School meant to include lha site, and a year lor working ar- rangements. If tho increase in I he known to iliem ol agreemunl. such alliance j anybmly else he would stand ln tlic latest for Ihe Comralsslon-; to uphold tiie nrliictp'.e of the pro-f j ershlp, C. P. Cameron, lawyer, was gram of the Labor Parly In regard io[ WILL DEPORT REDS" Nov. tion of all 'aliens engaged in "red ac- livitics1' has been determined upon Ijy the department, of justice, AI announced today. Oeialls of ihc widespread clcati-uu of radicals last, night and today show IhnL'iriorc iban 200 were urresled In IS.cilles. Mr. Paluier has asked Lhe department of. labor lo deport all of tticm. I He, while thanking llic meeting for the confidence showed In him, eipressed the -wish that one who city government. Millions of ducks are. killed Lad a more Intimate coDuerlion with'ally In {.'hina lo sapyN feathers should named, In re-1 ally In China lo the feather i_ imlustry. In 917 exports of feathers amounted 10 rimndF. atlendancc at High .Schools and .tho forming of more High Schools indicat- ed lhat Ihero would be a reasonable number of tc-r.chE-rs, the Xormal School hero would bo built, but bevond lhal he 'could not hold any hope. "IHO JAXK1HO, Nov. cham- ber ot deputies this afternoon approv- ed tho "visn-allles treaty cussion or amendment. CALGARY HORSE SECOND PHOENIX, Ariz., "NOT. S.-Craco an A driven., by .Earl Deck, Elkharl, Ind., handily won the fcalurc event of the final racing pro- gram at the stafe -fair hero-yesterday, of banding a -No'rnial-School in pace a purse of wss I Calgary. Earl, owned by G. If. Howe. iDEicbd'bt making -II bard for. them. "We wish gorernmenMo renllze that wo are not carrying on this ngl laUon with any Idea of narrow accllon- but feel thai the Normal School Is needed for tha Eoulh on account ol tho conAtlona of population, and that II It is put In operation at a convcn- lent centro In .tho southern part of the province.' 1YO will bavo gained the object for which, this movement vraa 'The memorial, prepared by D. Hoffg on behalf of the Board of Trade, 1 urging IhO neccEslly of a Normal j School In this part ol, ihe province was read by htm. The argumenls for the Normal School Trere very carefully considered and very Btronj brlftf pal up for U. (The memorial appear- ed In full'Ja the Friday edition of the Following tho dellTQTr ol Iho me- morial, tho' various delegates from outside points 'spoko briefly In favor} of and urging the necessity of a Nor- mal School Ja the south. The Mlnliter1! Hon. Ceo.. P. Smith ciprcsflcd (ho treat pleasure, be felt In seems lhe Interest displayed (n Iho. most import- ant work of teaching. Mr. Hogg, he cald, had made a splendid caso for the Normal. School and, 'If Anything', was moderalo lu what lie Staled. He -wanted to assuro the meeting; that so far eg ho was 'concerned, If ho could, bo convinced .thai .the building of lhe school would mean tho obtaining of a large Incrcaso In tho supply of teach- ers, he' 'wonid re com men tl the ealah- Jlshlng of It and press for it with nil hlg energy; ihcro would he no need of Tho province, said Mp. Smith, nectl- a Increase In tbu number of teachers; Iherrt were schools without Uachers and Ihc need for tho same more ncnto In tho north of the pro v In co Hi an In the south. Tho rea- son tor lhe RhoTlBgo, parllcularly in tho iiorlli, wan Iho large; number of Jorcfgn ECllljments. In tho homestead RHO" hush country. -were Im- poverished districts which could nol nlford lo jtay'tenchcrs or' lo provide suitable for them, Tho problem of the teacher supply ivai made mom difficult In lhal tench- era prcJcrrerl wit at consirforcd dcnlrablo poalllong In cities and towns, where aoclal llfo wag nvnilablo more FO than In Tho shnrlago of teachers U-HB not only it problem in Albert; It was ono In the Domfnlon nnd In tJrent llrUnln, and called for the greatest c- 1 fort to solve.. Normal School In regard lo rt sUlcmcnt made by ono ot IhQ tlelegalc3 ns to llierc bt- Ing two Xormal Schools In Calgary, Iho minister thr.t It was not so. had. been dono there was the sclKng of (lit old alto find building. .In Ihflt (ho site could not ho enlarged, In. allow of Ibe 'cnlarEinc Of the Ech'ool, nnd Iho hullding of a Bcliool on a new nllc. The barg.iln made was a gonrt one, In thai kail been Obtained for (lie old gkc there onrt -IL wag ablolntely nccessary'fCAlgary.V wag secoud, lo lha opporlunUy L'Soulh-'JJcnd Girl, also from the Beck or 'n. tralntnfi cqurstJ "for Uio Letter-1 stables, third. mitiC hare on the'quality of I teachers. 'But, he ridded, too'building 'T a Normal Schpok In Edmoatou would not stand way 'of build- ing a similar institution In the south country It Iho need was shown. Disappointing Every ctlort had, been inado, BRAZIL APPROVES VERSAILLES TREATY without dls- Thc treaty now will go to the senate. Prompt action on the treaty was taken at the request Deputy do Campos, of the commission: of diplomacy, Trho ex- plained the various sections of tbc document. gard to labor problems, Mr. Cnincron said, he was deeply interested in them and felL that labor would soon have a ,1 voice in politics, bul his knowledge these problems was more from Ills reading of the same, iliac! ht felt dim deuce at' the moment ol accepting the noiulnp.- lion. Pressed Lu consider ihc same, !Mr. Cameron asked for lime lo consid- er It. In accordance with this, lha nominations were left oueii unlil Sun- day, Nov. IClh, and lhe conflrniallon of Ihc nomination at Mr. Cameron de- ferred to thai day. The only other name mcnlioned was that of A. hind- ley, who declined the nomination. C. Kingdom was 1n the chair and urged ihut now was ihc opportunity; Tor the wDrivers in tho city lo show Ihelr1 interest and Influence in civic McXabb said that he liad been 'an- "RENOWN" SAILS TO- TAKE PRINCE HOME Nov. (C. A. P.) -Tlu- Prir.i-p of ship, ItbnowM, saila on Tuesday lo hring him ILUIILG. On his rc- Turn ho will receive an address from MIR oiiy or London, con- f liitti OH his success- ful visa to Cniiada. v v v t- Speaking lo a capacity audience at Carnegie- Hall, New York, Governor Smith .characterized Wm...ll. Hearst and tils ftfi-cnemlea uf thu GovernmeriL- aud ns menaces lo U.S. I'.istlluLlons. Mia? Delta Doble; daughter of'Magis- strata -W. C. Doble, ot Forl William, died at her home, f G.W.V.A. Christmas Cards WtTHTlJE Association's Crest IN COLORS. Herald Job Department THE OBJECT OF PASTEURIZATION Is lo destroy harmful bacteria in hiilk. The milk is heated lo 140 degrees ami-left at'lhat "Unincraturo for 30 minutes. Then it ia quickly coolsd and fccpt'cold until delivery. Thfs process-destroys nil dangerous bacteria but dees uoL destroy the cnzimcs or.hacle'rlH beneficial lo Uie liody. Pasteurized milk 13 not harder to ciigcst than raw milk. 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