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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THB LOCALsJIBWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEW3 flUDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920 LETHRWOGE. AXBEKTA, PAGE-SEVEN WOULD ELIMINATE ENGLISH STUDY IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Teachers Almost Unanimous in Demand for a Commission to Make In- J. N. Ritchie Suggests Victrolas for the of Schools Makes Important Address. Til at the menu children C- mote a development and a fuller equipment for their" In'tEe" nafian seemed to be coneensus of opinion indicaM at the of the "teachers' Ecsslon in Wesley just what form thoso changes should take no one seemed to know and no. one anxious to. make definite 'A test vole w; taken, on tho suggestion ot P. D. LETHBRIDGE HOLDS THE WEATHER PECOKD Lethbridge had the distinc- tion last night of being tho Arthur, thn .thermometer going to ten'degress below zero. In' the tamo iwrlod eight below was registered at Calgary, two Jielow at Edmonton aiid Iwo at Medicine llat. Clarke, on the question of whole or partial..elimination of Eng- lish his lory'from the coiirse of study In public result was an' overwhelming majority in favor of Buch. an rellmination. Apparently lack- ing- any machinery- for pnttlns which we get by birth, and the ac- cumulation .of'the ages: ceriain ac- ccpteditruths which.society.lias work- od'out'and'auVp'ted as-Sound and good. Each generation adds Its mite to the progress of society, it is a small contribution as but is vital. these Binirces of study must bo evolved that will .best.equip the men aud women" pt tomorrow Opportunity Classes There should be bppo'rtunitx class- thcro Were In some (his addition to Calgary Already Receives Warn May Be. Bad With Severe Weather I :'TJsers ol gas In the city are against a likelihood of. a ivoak pressure when the -severe. ivcatbo 'conies on. The pressure was ba last winter, but it is anticipated tba it will be worse this winter owing t the fail of' slow mentality. SIOW muniailiy. luia auuiviyu in any form qt re: work-we would have depart- solutions or recommenda Ions to tie al, dasBes eovernmen the .convcntio.uconte t- y. H to pro- ed and easy d.iscus-: -JIcNally, M.A., provincial supervisor .of schools, fc Mrs. Ritchie Speaks .President VlcGowah called tho con- tention to order shortly after o'clock calling on Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, ot .Lethbridge, regent of the. Municipal the Daughters' 'of the. Em- pite, as the first speaker. thanked the teachers to't their- valuable co-operallon and suppbrt-idurjng tho war.-. The school ways., children' had knitted some. ot; socks' for the boys, In-, the..service, and thousanda'of dollars raised.and. devoted ;to.- other' organ Iz a- ensa'ged in war' work. The Order was now working .on. their own, raising their money and spending it under the name of.the Order.. They were eager to .help, the teach- ers of tho public sirs, llitcliie said, especiaiir the rural teachers: In their educational, -department' they were prepared to supply schools with 'patriotic paintings, libraries, lanterns irtlfelr arabitiqn to'cfeaie" lioTfcf "cltizcnsi sf Ure'UrHisn Umpire they wanted to co-operato school leacbers, and she as- sured the convention that in any movement-designed to further this object, the Daughters' of the Empire stood ready to help. Suggests Victrolas An innovation was suggested by Mrs. Ritchie in the form of Victrolas or other 4a.lk1ug. machines for the schools.. She believed the phonograph would soon pQtcnt.factor iu ot-the chimren..Itwoufd give the students an opportunity io bear, the great staic'smen of Jbe world, the-singers -and-choral or- sanitations. In doing the.speaker..referred to the Bcholarships offered by the Order Isli scholarships would be continued and increased. She also said .that 'tho Lcthbrldge chapters stood ready to help any com- munity organize a Children's chapter. Lethbridge had two such chapters now organized. Mr. McNalty Following Mrs. Ritchio Jlr. McXally was introduced'to the convention, ,ind_ his address on the course of study, one of the big cfiiestlbns in the educational life ot practically every civilized coiihtry, was followed wilh keen in- terest. The speaker said that wo used lo writ- ing, arithmetic, literature, .composi- history and spelling ras funda- mentals which must'be included, jn otlucHon In the _ of gas _____warning from the com. baware and to take precaution against the gas playing out in stove owing to the dlminishe pressure that it 'reckoned on in th cold season. Lethbridge, in its pro imlty to the gas wells, Is in a belt position than Calgary, but all tl same, citizens should be prepared, fi the small pressure that k csprfcle to' occur. These were to this, he every course of study. essentials, hi addition held, more attention should be paid [o physical education "Intensive study of Canadian, rather than English his- tory, and civics7 The Crtn- ada should be kept -uppermost al- In an" Inquiry'made by the gdybrn- nieiit as to wliat the general public iiilloved sliduid be ndded-to tho courEO LETHBRIDGE IS .LIKELY SOUTH HEADQUARTER postle Jos. P. Smith Addressed A Large Audience in Lethbridge These were foundational principles f tho Gospel; he said, and unless com ilied man could not be saved. Most Christian people agree on the first two 'principles. Klder Smith said, liut there was wide diversity on tho ordinance ot baptism. The "Mormon" church held IhH Iwrtljun uot inerelv a form or symbol. It was a principle oi power, a lilcral resurrec- tion from spiritual death, a' blolling one's sios and a solemn, cove nant with Ood to keep Ills laws and commandments. Klder Smith said that in baptism In way other than Ins HICKEY CASE IS TO BE HEARD MONDAY Version; the symbolism ol burial In leath and resurrection to a-new life ____ The case against J. F. Hlcfcey. charged, alleged, with driving a motor car Ychlle' in au intcxicated slate and causing the accident to Herbert Harrison outside the Sherlock Block, was postponed to Monday next, at the city police court on .Friday; Counsel for the defendant, .1. C. Hendry, stated tbut hu was unable to attend the court owing to Jiclng de- tained in Medicine Hat through Hi- ness. JJarrUuu is progressing favor- Salvation and eternal lire are the reatest gifts of God to man and lhc> re obtained by obedience to certaii laws revealed lu Hie Gospel o esus Christ as set foith in the Holy criulurn, Joseph Fielding milh, ot tho Cpuncil of the Twelve of the Church of Jesus f Latter Day Saints, told a large aud- cnct in the local Mormon church last Bishop 'George 1 Green, of the .ethbridge ward, presided at the ser- PresldentE Allen and Snow, ot laymPuSr spoke .briefly. Mr. K. Mcln- yre-'rendered a' pleasing cello solo, 'One Fleeting Hoiir." Elder.Smith, in a simple, clearway, discoursed for. about an hour1 on tho dial of salvation, which be dei_________ was lacking. Sprinkling and pourrng were contrary to scripture, he argued, also tlie baptism of iufants, who were sinless. "If children die in Infancy they are saved by the atonement of Jesus Christ, for baptism Is for the rcmleslon' ot; Bins and little children are free from sin until th'ey reach the years of declared. FIELD STAFF OFF JOB FOR WINTER e ._____... Engineers of the Leihbrldgo :Kor- After Fattier Who Kidnapped His 2-Year-ffldCffl Tho Provincial 1'olice are'aiter Uie trail of Henry C. Anders'pn for kid- said was of infinitely more worth than I cr (llis wjl] a soparato contract or any blessing pertained to not yel [0 decided ca. -If mortality. there was adver- ha3 to until tbo bonds sity of oplnolu extant in the religious' re of before work can be world as to how tills gift of salvation1 is obtained. -It is based on obedience them district have been taken out otjnappins Ills own cliild of two years the field, all tbe preparatory workjold. The child ira.order granted b> necessary for tho filing of plats this Judge lves( had been transferred, to tho grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. artcr, of Magrath, at the tinia the tther was serving a sentence in jail, ho grandmother brought him with e'r into Magralb on Wednesday last, nd while she was In tho store rpf Jrant and Davis the father 'appeared ,nd carried him off. The father and' iliild were traced to Lethbrldgo and ocafed by Mr. Carter, but while he vas consulting his lawyer as to what iction lake they disappear Oily Gathers in SVell Located- Property at .Tax Interest in Sale A real 'bargain fell to the clTy' In the purchase 'of sight lots on the corner of Thirteenth street and' Sixth aveunc at the tax sale. These lots are on the street car track, with boule- vard, and water and sewer connec- tion. They fell to tho city for the prico of In boom days the least that these lots fetched was and so mo of. theinj closo ,io. In. all there j lots put up ,at '.thai tfx- salo on Thursday all of wBlch tho-city, representing In tax arrears 4 'There to bo >.'no Interest taken .in the .by the" "public., Tho audience In the afternoon- was oom- ol a- single individual, and ho winter having been completed. The drafting; Stan will bo busy getting out these''plans. plan has been decided on yet by the trustees concerning the construction of the head works. colunicllcca 1Us QUite likely the head works .contract win go in .with the to certain fundamental truths, which it contract 'for the construction "of the followed consistently, wilt bring eer- rcmainder ot the district. lain blessings the greatest of whlcn is that ol life eternal in tlie presence, of God the Father and Ills. Soii.. Law Eternal EAGLESON AcAIN REMANDED Lethbridge may soon be tbe head- quarters for a sjmtbern Alberta leip- phonc tbe present' ar- rangements Lcthbridgo Is working 'under Calgary but the.Heram under- stands that a 'district 'revenue officer has been appointed for southern Al- ot study. seme .Interesting suggestions berta, whose headquarters will be were made' in response, saldiMr. Me- Lethbridge. Xally. ;0n9 suggested a. course of I' morals and manners, another one in i Although the in report yet is1 uot imen" The- speaker held that the laws of Christ's'. Gospel 'were eternal and' un- changeable, that It required .ns much to cave' a man today as it did in the days of Christ, and tho ancient apos- tles. These laws, said he, are as Inv mutable as governing S'UH, tinpon, tides, P.obert Eaglesqn, of Warner, who was out on remand for the stabbing of Constable Dariteau. of "the R. C. M. P., came up before Magistrate Invln. on'Friday- morn'nf and was further rcmaiided until the 1911: as the constable has not yet recovered the the snow'crystals. of the stellar king- doms have laws 'governing their-move- menla: Which 'liiiigdoms, Elder Smith, averred, were the abode of God's children as the planet on which we live, Earth.S.The Prophet Joseph Smith lie, said, that wherever general science, alegbra a report w'il aiid tbe languages'should begin with. .a'few days and the 7tb another 'eroup.l considered by some lo be more than of farm women, wanted to see'irv rumor.' It is nnderstooit the.rrev- in astronomy added'io the cnrrlculum. cnue officer has beoa" searching for n Out of'all these suggestions', the sup- uu ,__ be" received l.here was space, .there wer ic ami tliat these Kingiloms, from the stabbing EUCiceinlly to tend as n witness. at FINED TEN FOR ASSAULT .was 'asleep; sale '-was on. The Tax Sale has been -postponed io Thursday next at 10 a. m." i PASS TOWNS ARE VERY PEACEFUL Inspector Kisk, of the A. P. P, is back in tho. city, after a tour of'the Pass. He says that, after the recent events thert. in connection, with: the infraction of tho Act, cd. All lliut WAS left for the grand- _ 'ather. to do was to complain to tbe i thing is exceptionally quiet.- All ,15 lolicei noil, with orderly quiet prevailing. Alter a protracted hearing in Iho city police court, John llalaiko wa found guilty ot assaulting Andrew Andrewchuk and lined with cosls. ervispr u course' of. study would suited to present-flay 'one th.it would develop tho. idea of better better citizens of the nation and the- world. Lively Discussion J. H.'Hutchison, inspector'of the Macleod district, led tho discussion oE llr. McNally's address. -He mado the following suggestions, the arithmetic textbook was7 poor and obsolete, house. SUGAR PRICES IN LETHBRIDGE child bo taught more to read and; to formal grammar should be' restated and literature and composi- British .history should -he 'repladed by. a of Canadian' history, a'iid "tbe'Veo- graphy taught should' bo with the view ot making the child absolutely familiar with'Ihefmap''6t th9 world. In other words he should be instructed 'as to "What and Where bavins a mental picture ot the world. On t lady wanted some help as re- gards spelling. She was n high school teacher and. said that tho children turned out of the public 'school were woefully lacking in this subject. Not enough time was spent on teaching spelling, she thoughl, in the grades. Another lady told of tho increase ot efficiency noticed following thejintro- ion of the hot lunches served; to children at nbbn. Favors Commission Someone felt that a resolution should he passed embodying tho feel- if the convention relative-. to hut Tho wholesale price of sng- Wilson and Horiie today is ?1D.02 a. hundred. The retail price as reported by. II. A. Me- 'Killop is cents, a "pound for .Email quantifies and incluunifi Uarth, afler Yivlhg passed through a process of and regenera- tion equivalent to_deatb, became celes- tial kingdoms, the abode of the righl- eous or "Uie f t Laws.'pfjsaivationj 'Tlie fundaniititM liwjj'ol Ealyatiqnj 'as claimed by isldffr bb those laid down.'lii. Molj- four, namely, faith In God jthe Fath'ei; and His Son Jesus and Saviour of Ifie. world and the a-j- thor of salvation; second, a sincere eighteen. cents a pouuB when.; the'' hundred purehasod b> sack. repentance, from baptism by the. ot. sins by one holding'.' direct authority from GoA which lie called priesthood; and fourth, the laying on of hands for the' bestowal of the gift of the" Holy Ghost, wiiich would lead the new cili- of God's kingdom into all. truth. it'was the department of-education anil the school curriculum'." In corii- piling his thesis on school currlcnlla 'gathered. Information from all "the-'domlniort and slates in the Union, also from boards of education in returns and revealed some inleresUng data. One Edward Island, had np'elaborated. course of slndy in print foiVRrded a boolc on'conrso of study. Out ms'ss of -hiaierial hd had extracted somo Igbou ideAB. Alberta's printed course': of. study contained 125.-page's, and although: It had weaknesses, .'and though1 It had been bitterly and lengthly snap jndgnient. She referred leaving such an enormous task as the reform of the curriculum'to a cfinlmittec.ap pointed by the ivork who- would do nothing else for six montha'or a'year lie.bolieved-r-Alberta-.would.get some where It auob a commission were ap pointed. A nomination committee was ap pointed consisting of-Mr. Low, Card ston; Sir. Could, Taber; Mr. i-aw Coaldalc, and Mr. Asselstlne, Beilevtie GOOD FOOD Well prepared SPEOAL! GANONG'S MGIR'S BOXES OF CHOCOLATES Xmas Gift Prob- lemlsWithUs Again Pleasing others iS more than it's almost an tion. Your family and friends want .your' photogi'aph. COME IN THE RUSH LATER THE ALLISON STUDIO Mrs, Schwartz, TiVfndsori was award cd damages In her suit for J25.000 against Michael Merelzky for breach of prdmlse. PHONE 62S ALL FEATHER BUMS PER PAIR P. O. BOX S40 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO, 5-6 Acbdla Building 612 Third Avenue South Always in good 'taste., _ JOHN Limited BAKERS HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF" BEADCREAM- ERYBDTFER K not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if lie cannot supply you let us have his name. People that have used it say it la good and como back for moro and yon will do the same, Al! Itie leading grocers in -tho clly aro haniMIng this .fine brand of butler. BARGAINS in TIRES Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd; Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRICES RANGING FROM UP, _ALL SIZES Why go to the 'expense of buyitig flew'tires and-' .tubes when you can buy them at half the price, NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Tuesday, Nov. 16th-That's the Date! CANNONEERS' HALL Tickets Couple This dance la In aid of Injured football players, and deserves your A limited h'umber of tickets are on sale- Be Jure arid act yours .early. Any of the fallowing can supply you: A. J. Blaekburne, Ritchie Pafsrson, Metropolitan Life Office, Alexandra Cigar Stand, Vtmy RWgo Confectionery, p. Turnbull, W. Haffcrn. ''v; MILK IS THE MOST NOURlSH- ALLFOODS It is also one of the cheapest of OOr pure, fresh, pasteurized is the kind you need. i Are You Using Buttermilk? It excellent for cooking arid makes a drink. Only 50 quaft, delivered, Phone 1576 and have our. driver call, THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD, PHONE 1576 ;