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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX fHE-LETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, I9W. Gel Inside The Weil-dressed Circle Sutruittrf by H. HMEBERG A CO., LltlTED, with a tf 62 Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS CASTLE BRAND-3 for 50c. UNIFORMITY OF SCHOOLS IN PRAIRIE PROVINCES At 2 for 25c. yon can buy this Shape In Elk Brand Edmonton, Nov. re- lating to the educational life of the provinces of Western Canada, have more to do with bringing them to- j get her and getting them to think and APPRECIATED LLOYD-GEORGE The American Federation 01 Labor Passes Motion Of Appreciation Toronto, Nov. P. K. McArdle, of the Amalgamated Asso- ciation of Iron, Steel and Tin Work- ers of America, to-day handed in a resolution to the convention of the Federation of Labor, asking the con- vention to recognize the U. S, Steel Corporation as its most formidable and aggressive enemy, and to arrange for a concerted action of the Federa- tion of Labor and all its affiliated na- tional and international organiza- tions in a campaign or organization among the employees- of the U. S. Steel Corporation, and to consider and devise ways and means of mak- ing the strikes of the affiliated organ- izations now pending more effective to the end may be brought to a profitable conclusion. The .recommendation was referred to a committee to consider, and will be brought before the convention lat- 1 er in the week should it carry, and the indications are that it will carry, it will mean the beginning of a longj and bitter fight between the federa- lion and the steel trust. In is understood that the U.M.W. of America who control twenty-four hun- dred votes in the convention, are i readv to support the resolution when j it comes before the convention. Appreciate Lloyd-Geo'rge The federation was forced -to-day to i go and take cognizance of the labor i war among .the shoe workers. Thej United Shoe Workers of America, or-! ganized at Lynn, Mass., poured in a! knows that Sunlight Soap meant a wonderful .saving: of time and labour in house- cleaalng. Whether with hot or cold water, nothing gets the dirt off co quickly and without injury as Sunlight Soap. It the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. TEACH CHILD Absolutely The Best FARMING ART Need Of Change In Purpose Of the Rural Schools Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- Ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. jact with else. Premier Rutherford Bulletin this morning uniformity than anything broadside of circulars to .the conven- tion to-day, accusing the Boot' and Shoe. Workers Union, an American informed the! Federation of Labor body, of despotic that an effort claiming their own body MENELIK IMPROVES London..' Nov. dispatch from Addis Seaba, the capital of Abysima. states that the country is tranquil, and that the condition Of Tving Mene- j lik continue? to improve. The story circulated here yesterday to thft effect that there' had' a battle between the forces of. rival princes, is an ap- parent exaggerated version c.f the con- flict that' took place at Tiger. In this fight Cheif Abruhe was defeated, it! is-said. and brought a to the j capitol. is being made to have a uniform not. traitorous in breaking away. tern of normal school training for! A resolution'was passed by the con- teachers si that teachers may move! vention calling on the central body Iwith freedom from one'province to of Salem, Mass., to rescind an en- j another. When arrangements are com- dorsation of this movement on the: ipleted a teacher who has attended a J pain of losing their charter. school training in'Manitoba' The convention accorded ent-husias- may take a position in the province of Alberta and Saskatchewan and vice versa, a teacher trained in- Al- tic applause to A. H. Gill, M.P.. fra- ternal delegate to A. F. of D the British Trades Congress. from He berta may teach in the other prov-j compared injunction troubles of Am- inces. D. P. McColl, deputy minister} erican labor with and of education for Saskatchewan, was! 000 fines imposed in British unions.; in the city on Saturday last and'dis- and said that in both countries thev'l To Be DYSPEPTIC Is To Be MISERABLE. Dyspepsia is- the prevailing malady of Civilized life. It is largely due to gross errors in diet, over-eating, too free indul- gence in stimulants and over-taxing the stomach with indigestible food, eating too rapidly without chewing the food suffi- ciently, indulging in hot biscuits, pastry, pickles, confectionery, etc. Burdock Blood Bitters has an establish- ed" reputation, extending over thirty-four years, as a positive cure for dyspep'sia in. all its forms, and from all diseases arising from it. cussed this question 'to some extent j were fighting the trusts with capital, with Premier Rutherford at the gov- against them. Fie said that labor j crnment buildings. {men in parliament had made union. Another matter before the. attention! funds now safe from attack.; Onej of-the three provinces is a uniform! hundred unions in Great Britain and: system of hand writing in the schools, i Ireland -paid out in one year j Representative's of the three prov-I-55 in sick and death benefits, he i inces have been lodking for a- style {said j on which all could agree and it has j "There is a .stiff fight and I. must' practically been decided that the me- [.cet back for He continued, "It j dium 'slant'writing will be adopted. 1 'is lords and liquor against masses, j This would require the" introduction We.are trying to make landlords pav a uniform style of copy books in a tax on their land value which they j all the public schools in Western. Can-j'do nothing to create. We. are also! ada which is along the lines of the I raising .liquor license fee, and so wej recommendation made to the depart-' have lords and liquor against us. .11 ment of education by the teachers of i hope we will win. We are fighting i Northern Alberta who met in conven- j not only for labor, but for tion in Edmonton last week. "jity." i A HOME For down and a month These easy terms can met by almost anyone wishing a home... The next considera- tion is the desirability of the- property and the price. The description follows, and the. price will depend on whether the house is sold FURNISHED OR UNFURN- buyer buy a home all ready for housekeeping, the owner will furnish completely, at only a slight increase in pay- merits. considera- tion is the property is located on Tomuice North "Ward, less than a block from the railroad track. There is sidewalk all the way to the door of the house from the centre of the city. The THE lot Is; 46. ft. 3 in. by 125 ft. which' allow? for ample lawn space with a large garden plot at the rear. It ia-ces to the east, has a lane at- south and north'sides. THE house is well laid out. having a large hall entrance, off which is1 a room, the hall run- ning through to the dining and a large kitchen at the rear. Upstairs is' a hall, and two large bed- rooms, -with 'clothes' closets each one. A LARGE VERANDAH is being which will extend across., the front and the wnote the south side of .the house.' FOR PARTICULARS as to. date available jfor occupancy. apply By letter, to P.O. Box 1997; or at" 6 to 7 p.m. J. B. KELSEY Shepard Block over Good-Co. Spokane, Wash., Nov. ne- cessity of fundamentally redirecting the rural school of the United i States, to develop them as expressive j of the best co-operation of all the i social and economic forces that make for the welfare of the communities, will be emphasized at the Country j Life convention in connection with' the second National Apple Show in i Spokane, the week of November 15. j Speakers, representing various parts of the United States, will show that'' everywhere there is a demand for j education which has relation to liv- ing, also that the schools should ex- press the daily life and that in the rural districts they should educate by J means of agriculture and country life i subjects. It is believed that the farm-; ing population is ready and willing i to support better schools as soon as the people can be assured that the educational system will be changed in such a way as to impart practical winter We sell Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats because WE KNOW they are the best, beyond question. At any price you care to pay and you highgrade, hand tailored garments that have no equals in Canada. we can give McKELVIE McGOlRE Sole Agents for LetKbridLc. cess. I could cite numerous instances Jamaica Cut Off From the World 'Asked as to the proposed provincial convention to be. held about In the address of J.'R. Clynes. ah- j other British M.P., he said "We re-! New Yorkf Nov, H.-It, Is apparent i.-.. the time of the Easter'holidays 'in the I the House of Lords as a dan-jfrom. reports received' to-day by theltmty' andl whlle this bc schools the Premier stated this morn- wrous relic "of ancient days.'It is, cable companies with ing that ine scheme'was thmio-M. in! useless and dangerous and should be knowledge. The keynote of the convention is j that the best defense against misfor- tune is to give every child in the country such education that it will able to make its own living oa a piece of land, if necessary, when it reaches its maturity. To accomplish this it is expected the government will be urged to establish a nation- wide extension, work, in some waj co- operative with, l-he various states to reach-the mature person as well as the vouth. -It is likely that thc views of the convention will be embodied in a'me- morial to Congress for the enlarge- ment of the bureau of education so that it'will become a clearing house in gathering and distributing knowl- edge of benefit to the fanners, and investigating conditions, also urging it to be supported in such a way thai- it will adequately represent the edu-' cational activities of the nattoi. In this event a representative delefAtion may be sent'to Washington in the in-' terest of an appropriation to accom- jplish these ends. i It is also purposed-to launch a cam- paign urging ihe people of the open j country to work together, not ly_ with the vitv? toward forwarding their economic interests and in com- peting with those: who are but to -develop themselves and to es- tablish a real neighborly interest arid effective community "We-'believe that the. time has come when every child in .America should be taught how'to make its living on a piece of land, as well as the prin- i ciples of said David Brown, I chairman Country Life Com- mittec, .which has charge, of-the con-. vention. necessity is becoming I more apparent The entire i country is alive with educational ac- :ood. Do You Realize What an Important Work the Kidneys Do? of successes in the Northwest and other parts of the United States, but farming at its best is a more or less hazardous experiment for a person without some training, and real Do you know that every drop of your knowledge can only be obtained in the blood to the kidneys hundreds of times everv day? Do you know why? impurities. That is the great work the kidneys have to do. They filter the' blood. Then .these impurities go to bladder and are passed out of the body school of experience, whatever the branch attempted." "This brings us back to the first principle that the child should be edu- cated along practical lines, and to bring this about it will be necessarv to make the rural school a new kind' of' institution. At present time the schools are held to be largely re- causes backaches, Kead- sponsib'le for ineffective farming, the! rheumatism, diabetes, Bright's general lack of ideals and the. rapid j svTten? along with the urine. Do you think it possible for you to be do this .It is Miese, unfiltered ad interfere drifting from the countries to cities j H you_have auy kidney trouble let and towns. The rural schools are; Kidney. Pills do for you what not 'declining they are simply in a' state of arrested development and have not kept pace with the times j and the changed conditions of life. j "The chief aim of the Spokane con-i vention is to arouse intelligent pub- j lie sentiment, to a consideration of the greatest single- problem now be- fore th> people "of the "United States. Ignorance of farming and inertia has become so widespread and so heavy as "to constitute a national-danger. It rs the result of neclected agriculture and the decline of farming interest. believe that a rural education- al propaganda will not only meet v.-'ith favor in the country districts; but'also in the larger cities'; as everv i whether banker, iner- t-ban t. .professional man or mechanic, must be in-tereste-d in maintaining the growth and development of our cultural resources." m> j IT UWV they have done for thousands of They cure all forms of kidney trouble and they cure them to stay cured. _ Mrs. Maurice Doiron, Chart ottetown, F.L.I.. was troubled with my kidneys for five years. Tbey were so bad at times that I could not cross the floor for the pain. I went to a doctor, but he did me no good at all. I sent to the druggist and got five boxes of Dean's Kidney Pills, and 1 am glad to sav that them 1 was cured. 1 have had no trouble for nearly three years now." Price 50 cents per box or 3 for at all dealers or maMed direct on receipt of price by The- T. Miiburn Co. Limited Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify Bean's." INQUIRY Local Option In New Zealand thought to i b teachers' as hall doxen or so i companies with connections the West .Indies that all the. it needs to be directed and correlat- associations now in the convention passed 4- M Can Eat Anything Mow. province were meeting every year and appreciation of the efforts of sending in resolutions which in manv British Chancellor of cases' wcre Ver-r confiicting. Exchequer, for the. fight he is putting j.ine lines throughout; the Islands from a resolution j Kingston on the west, to Trinidad, j the. east, have been rendered inop- i or. less federated. "None of the sources of profit in which there is opportunity in New M writes: "I have thought it would be very -beneficial up the common people. Burdock Blood if or all the teachers to together! Favor Technical Schools make rt.soillt.ions representative1 relief lhe of thc teachers of and sto- i province. The Premier explained that Petlds on industrial training of N.B. used Bitters and find that few medicines can. give such dyspepsia Ir is Believed that the future wel- of ihe Uniled States largelv de- our a. the local associations would of course and in protecting thorn." j continue existence as before. Paragraph sets forth the opinion j rnaon troubles. I was troubled for 1 number of years with dyspepsia ani- could get no relief until I tried t i Bitters. I took three bottles and became Rcfiardins the other resolutions; of The committee mdus- curedand I caa now eat anything without which eminated from the recent teach-1tnal which presented its are wth stomach j micr that they had not- jretlthc The report was read For sale by all dealers. !come his hands and he did not j bv Vice-President Mitchell, chairman Manufactured only by The T. ifilburn jcart> to an opinion until thcv lbe committee. Following exhaus- Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. !had been presented 10 the depart- ment. To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home GTOWU Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm. It is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to You at Any Coat N. H. MURRAY, Prop.. live revifw of Industrial education in j its many phases the committee re-j commended that t-cchnical schools he'i established in connection with public schools and public defray -expenses for i the purpose of giving supplementary i education to those, who have not en- tered trades. PELLAGRA KILLED THE PRISONERS New Orleans. La.. Nov. That hundreds of d-eaths occurred at the Confederate, prison at Andersonville, JGa... during the summer of 1364 were.. erative by some agency, which up to the present time it has been -impos- sible to determine. The. circumstances indicate an earth-' quake on ihc floor of. the but J 10 affect the cable lines throughout! the breadth of the Indies such a dis- turbance would have to be remarkable for .extent and variety. No serious earthquake has been reported from any telegraph station, nor have the meagre records from the points on the Island of Jamaica, where the cables vouch indicated an earthquake on' that Island. It is possible, however, that some, electrical disturbance similar to the 'aurora will eventually account for the- trouble. Jamaica has been visited by a ser vere storms with floods, and this is all that can be learned of the situa- tion on that Island. The only Islands with which com- munication can be held to-day arf- Cuba and Hayti. and the short sta- tion at Jamaica Holland Bay. It is equally impossible to reach the eastern, island of the Indies bv Wellington, New. Zealand, Nov. 11. Zealand government proposals include raising of loan not exceeding at 3 -p. c. for thc nilfill- j England, eastern, middle-western, m-ent of the Dreadnought offer to Great Britain. The naval proposal not du, to typhoid as wns sup- i southern and northwestern states is i open at once to the man or woman j who has never had any experience in farming and other forms of agricul- ture. Knowledge of processes, soils j and the particular needs of the crops pav hilo lire gruiin-ci is as essential to (Successful farming as it is in the pro- ,'duction 'of aiiyTiihig else. Addwfeto thai should be the ability to market the products in the proper way and at the right time. i "We believe it is generally eonced- ed by men who know all about farm- that the open country is not the solution of the overcrowded j out of work' problem. These men tell. us that the poor arid ignorant cannot i be turned into farmers by the morn j process of placing them on farms, and j that unless they have -been instructfi i in some branch of agriculture and have become thoroughly interested in i the work they are worse off in the i country than in the thronged citv. j "There have been many men and women who have succeeded in fann- ing and horticulture, starting with- j out previous knowledge on the suh- J NTO THI WRECK OF HEST1A ilontrftal, Nov. into 'the wreck of the Dominion liner Hes-' en- i tia off Grand Manaii opened this morning, the inquiry being held un-' dt.-r. 'the presidency of Capt. Lugar, j special wreck cormnissiorirr of Nova Scotia.. James MacKenzie, one of the' suTvivor.s of the -was the first' j The most significant- part'. I of his evidence, was the. fact .that he did not see the. light or hear whittle on 01-J .Proprietor rock. Edward Bvt'Wi, another witness, corroborated the; evidence of Mac-Kenzie but Joseph Smith, a third' that iir> saw I'M', light off st-urboard bow of the Hestia. He did not that the He.stia was a particularly difS- posed, hut caused by royal mail steamer A tra to arrived i jects, but as a general rule the will involve a total expenditure of pounds annually, to- wards cost of Dreadnoughts, and j as contnbut-ion, to cover difference'between'imperial and local rates of pay. Regarding internation- al defence it is proposed to re-or- ganixe present system on lines ap proved by the Imperial Defence Confer- ence as applied to local conditions. All boys between the ages of 12 and IS will undergo elementary and pro- gressive training in cadet division. All young men between the ages of 18 and 21 years compulsory training on stated evenings, half days and whole days annually in camp. Volun- teer force of men will also be and rifle clubs will be encouraged. The cost of .the scheme is estimated at and fur- ther will bf expended in a period of three years on additional armament and field equipment: In the course of a budget speech, Pre- mier'Ward announced that an agree- ment had been reached between Publi- cans and Prohibitionists for legisla- tion permitting national and local i civic snip to see as two had u-stifird. was the opinion expressed -before the southern medical convention here yes- terday hy Dr. J. A. of Corsicana, Kansas. Dr. Kerr, who wa? surgeon at, die.'Aridersonvillf. prison describ- ed the symptoms of the disease which attacked the inmates so fatally and in nearly every particular they '.vere recognized as being -characteristic of pellagra. This was further strength- ened. Dr. Kerr said, by the fact that ihe nrasty or spoiled corn, generally by medical fraternity as be- here to-day and reported that no un- j i perience large percentage -has! option on basis of ilno license, no THERE IS STRENGTH yuur body in L-th bridge -'.'iir physician will tell you so. Not .H but an invigorating Brewed from the malt and hops and the purest, of wa- ters, our beer cannot be excelled at- any, price. One glass will con- vince you. ing perhaps the cause of pellagra con- stituted the main diet of the prison- ers, because of inability to .furnish- them other supplies. The concensus of opinion among the physicians who piosentod papers on the subject was that pellnpra is attributable, to spoil- ed corn. usual weather conditions prevailed when she left Kingston last Saturday morning. The Atrato encounterel very rough weather after sailing. been costlv before they achieved sue- (liquor." DELEGATE TO CONVENTON WAS ASPHYXIATED Toronto, Ont.. Nov. delegates to the Convention of the American Federation of Labor on mo- tion of President this morn- ing rose in a body and stood silent and motionless for the .space of a. min- ute and a half out of respect for Del- egate Ituss, of''Niagara Falls, who was asphyxiated in his room yester- cly. This is thc first death'that has occurred of any delegate during a convention and ,thc dramatic episode! of standing silent is unprecedented, I The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. EUGHTFUL? Surely! Requires your your baste. Made and bottled hi England ;