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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; NOVEMBER THE LETHBRIDOE BAILY HERALD PACK ELEVEN ASK lp 10 i I ued success in'school'fair work, but .he active interest and sympathetic attention of the teachers are abfo- lately essential it the true educations al value of the work is to cd. 'ii't. 'Afc mean doubt' if'is" tho "Wit diy "or tho year. it-Is their day; for waaks audi months Qsefcec Canrikto Ckim He Pernsttr at the .f QUEBEC, NOT. The Chronicle wlif publish tomorrow aa cditoi-lal submitting that Serbia be requested .to. recall Saverov Urn, Serbian consul-general In Can- ada, OQ the ground that Id connection with. tho recant exposure ol Serbian outrages In_; the Serbian consul "Is a duiaty perrerUr ol the truth who deserves credit only (or trying to cover up the wrong-doings ot his count rymen. Captain Severo- vilch'haB abused Canadian hospitality reliance can be placed th'faU gOOd :f The newspaper fnrthor mggesta not-.one cent of money now Iwlufi collected by the Bed Cross for relief in Europe ahouid go to Serbia, "who. has elected a Canadian hospital from ally by her -troops.? BuslncsB ;i3en and pulilli; iplrlteA citizens are beginning to recognize in tho jvnrris ing idea fnnd are working ctotothor; for its ppgniotion. wa ors to end otithe'ifalr, from gardens and the great oui- doon. They, have been practicing spelling, reading, singing, 'and at everything, la ready for flhiniBr" "flyaV anrt; bnay tongues they'are driven in decorated wagons, buggies, democrats and aulos to the 'chosen centre, .While tie judg- ing ot exhibits is In progress; the ath- letic contests are the centra of-attrac- tion, and this seems to Introduce the pupils'from one-school to those- from another, and for rest of the day no strangers, a soXftel IOM. little.fellow he has a prize for his col- lection of. weeds. His eyes spturkle with excitement and. he exclaims. Oh loot I; He must thow mother, an I then wilh justifi- able! motier'a'; Vyes, brighten and wgeth'e'r they." search for The foreign1 problem, loo, !s euc- cessf'illy. One gentleman wiio came to Canada years ago from Austria and7 who'now Can- ed bin iipme and prosperous farm, but English was etill >ire bis-.'-opbiloh of it all. he saii: "Good work. Coot tejachera. My boy English, good now, good ooiuj- No furUier comment was necessary. The school' fair to the fort sign children aa opportunity which IB of .acQuIrlng In .the saostlpletiant way-pi knowledge and understanding of races other "than their own. .This can not fail to have an Influence on the parents and must MONTREAL, NOT. Luxury oentrioita' much to the. Canadian na-. taxes and their abolition will be a the Mure- Another splendid leading feature at'the-meetings of the movement Tariff Commission to be held :here, for beginning next Monday! 'It Btat- success and_ su'rijort upua-Iooil edfyeaterday by many leading'bufel-: nnd nesemen that they wauled nothing bet-. ter than to sea tho luxury taxes alto1 gether abolished and'they were In-.! clined to think that It would help business and lessen Irritation it this measure 'was aboil shed. i resolution', to tWs-.jeffect byi.the. Dominion assocla- UoniwaB ___ WOOD's'rJOFiVVAY PINE'SYRUP Ivestock to pay'on'die part of thti loan as the sole security. The bui- with: business men in'this way caunot fall lo lead to a fuller comprehension ot business affairs on the part of the young people engaging hi these' activities. The value of the work of tke child- rer. will easily be realized. No boy or girl can carry on a project lasting several months and faithfully carry out all that pertains to It having Interest.BtTmulaled In degree. He or fie cannot plough an4; prepare the soil, or care for the pou( try, pigs, or colt, or Diake menls, pr bake loaf. ct bread, thwxlghjthe fruit' aaJ dls-f ease, or clean up the yard pr'or'' without; learning to- discourager: ments due to climate and other caua-i es; without recofnktog ths need of co-operative relationship; without' learning, to respect the rights of oth- ers; -aid without learning leseons in community work. They bo red on the competitive spirit, will be more keen and observant. Boys and girU learn lo work, to observe, to discriminate, to co-oper- ate, to descrlba what they do. They learn hiiiinbss they learn to weigh and balance things accord- tng to real value: they are ed to read and discuss. They are broadened by contact with others, they; develop Initiative vi and Judg- ment, they come to age of elght- or nineteen able to do eomeUilng with a'knowledge of how and confl- denes ca'n do It.' 1 '3V Suggestions fer ttie Teacher n' L Support-the School, Fair In every' departtnenL It 2. -Interest every .fanner in your school district-In the best, available agricultural literature. If yoa branch out In this way your section .-wili rneet yoa more than half way. 3. Make use of the advantages (af- forded by the exteusion department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, for your community work, In debates, lantern 'etc. every'farmer''In your'district in tho free library under the same depart- ment. '_ Banquet The Lethbridgo branch ot ,lhe Al- berta Teachers' Alliance tendered n banquet to the visiting 'delegates' in Wesley halt from five lo seven o'clock yeslerdiy afternoon. It wan a most delightful get-together affair. PractlC; aiiy'iiii of the delegates were present as guests of the local A. T. A., which is taking an active part In the cot ventiou now on. There were no I speeches made at the banquet. When your mouth Ifke afl the i____ Oungi yea trer BEECHAM'S PILLS axes iiarvmeetlng corering the same grpund the 'JSrholeBale DryjEOOdB Montreal Board of Traded the packers in the throat tlon' la i most and causes a nasty, "Irritailng, dry cough not only keeps you-in misery long, t hut also preyenls yoa enjoying a good night's' rest. I Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, which is composed of the most EOotli-' Ing healing, herbs and'barks combined' with the lung- healing. virtues of the world-famous Norway Pine tree, will give almost j ;Instant relief ,in all .oases ,ot this. at.jome, wlff briir.epared. to Mr. H. A. .Price, Port Carlihg, Ont., least six thousand reindeer about a' month las' cafdiSBeg I fia'dSa badlcold cough and through Carl tickling In my throat I coughed Lomen of Nome Said tore today. Nome nearly al! the time. I tried different interests are building' two .additional remedies and cough syrups, but could j refrlgerator'.plants ;aj and A. frle'rid ndrtsed me Egavlk near Nome, to estab- lo use Dr. "Wood's Norway Pine Syrup lishgi string of such plants along ths and before I had used two bottles, coast' of Alaska. Re.Indeer herds my. cough was all'. gone, and gone owned by one company Ticinlty for good. I have hofcougbed slnco." of rjome animals, Mr. Dr. Wood's Norway Piue Syrup Is Lomen said: put up In a yellow., wranBer: three lino trees the trade mark; price 35c. and SOc. a bottle at all ufactured only by The T. Mllb'um !o., Llmlled, Toronto, has NOT. cerVccarcely any c terday'3 ceremonies pUsrliiis to Ihn Greai; Britain's dcad'ln .hlstiyc' Whitehall, the of wh.lctv.was ihe'prin- clpla faaturo of Uie Armistlca''; ,Psy, oicrylses. Duriiipthe early hqursiof the 'morning JnJ'.'cold, gray.i'toBSy many, workers on' .their. way. lo work wpYo so suxlous to jpay tribute that Ih'g'Jijiiice.iJid them four abreast'' memorial. By' 8 o'clock-ininy inen-andwomert" both young principally', "pf tho 'working were v'dMiosrtlDB their small bunfches of, .flowers; and wreaths at tho rnonujnent: JFhDevDther tofle're proceading ioSwdrkiand pass- by on tie reverently re moved their hats. The crowd day pro- grossed, of the closlne of Whitehall; to Te.hlcu- lar, traffic. Rheumatic Pains A safe anoVeffective prerarition to relieve the pains of Rheumitism, Scwlica, Lame Back and Lumbago Hamlin's Wizard'Oil traUs out- thit. sore- ness, up itiff ach- muscles." Wizard Oil uf> giod dependable prjeparalion to havi in the raedi- ;'eihe chest.for first ai8'wfen'< the! .dpctpr.nuy tc far awayX You will 'find almost daily uses fpr.it in cases of-, suddea rnishaps or, iccldents spriihj.iroijcs, cuts, bnrns, biteJtiW Just as reliable, earache, toothache and it in the house. tti. bott If he, it i bottl. tic. (Continued way bt Uvlnr. Let the this, point nf towards the farm nnd .country, and become to try; -schools worthy apoatloi, ot, worthy goipel, i 'i. e, School Falf The school fair functions in many war j. (or the betterment of agrlcvl- l.ure.and the comtnuntty. It Intndio-