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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE.LETHBRIDGE -DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915 Music is Placed on Curriculum While music is one ot tlic subjects cf the curriculum for the public, and high schoo's of the" provinces of Canada, no credit has been given for the subject in connection with de- partmental examinations. In order to encourage the teachers to teach this subiect more and to encourage pupils who are taking music, whether in the schools ot bv pru ate tuition, ,or botn, u nai uun d to" give cer- tain credit on the diflerent cK-pmt- mental examinations, to students who have a qualification in mu- sic. There are several reputable mu- sical organizations that for a number of years been holding exam- inations .throughout Canada among these mughi be menti nf 1 the Associ- ated Board oi the Royal Academy of Music anil the Royal College of Mu- sic, the Toronto Conservatory oi .Mu- sic, McGill University and sone oth- ers, it has been decided, therefore, to place some value upon the certificates of some of the leading, institutions, and tlie holders of such cjriii'eates will be given certain credit for t'.leir music when they write upon, the dif- ferent departmental examinations. For the purpose of "arriving: at a proper standard and oi getting full information as to the relative value of the .different examinations held by the various examining bodies, a com- mittee of musical experts has already been appointed by the Minister oi Education to report upon this sub- ject The committee cons'sts oi Mr. Vernon Barford oi Edmonton, Mme. Ellis Browne, specialist in music, Normal school, Calgary, and Mr. V. A. Beringer, Edmonton. Nobleford News Nobieford, Nov. threshing gang has., finished work on Hamlin's ailr." and Mrs. Noble and Miss Ethel Kelts accompanied Mr. Hunt and family to the fowl supper at White Lake Monday evtnmg C. S. iNbbie has stopped shipping grain lor the present llr Taciaberrj has been drilling a near Mr George's larm Water was struck at a- depth oi a hundred feet but it was expected better wa- ter would be found at a lower, depth, and the drilling will te continued Mrl Edward. Moser arrived back irom his old borne at Saginaw, Mich., Tuesnav. The nour for service in the Preshy .terian church has been changed in the morning Irom eleven to live, in order to allow the Sundav school to begin at twelve o'clock sharp Miss Marj Lmd, oi Mbion Hidge, has been assi-ting "Miss Irene Benoit in the bookkeeping work at the-Inde- pendent elevator this season. The committee.meeting which was to he held at the manse Fndav even- ing last, was postponed, as a suffici- cnfuumber of the meimjers -was not present to transact business.. The work of appointing suitable collectors for the taonev al- ready pledged, and soliciting further pledges will be considered, A partv of young people irom town attended ".tie school concert at Bar- ons-Friday evening, and report z good time' The principal of the school had the scholars well trained, .and as he is leaving lor active service at the iront, appeared in his regimentals and faape lareuell to those in attendance Miss Daisy Hunt, who has been un- der the doctor's care at LethUidge for some time, has returned home, quite improved in health Mrs Taclaberry is spending the American Thanksgiving with her daughter in Calgary Mrs Roht McDowell is convalesc- 'ing steadily from her, illness, laving_been able to walk out this (week and Genuine BRITISH TROOPS DEBARKING IN THE AEGEAN British sdldiers with their kits on their backs descending a rope ladder with wooden nmgs from a transport in the Aegean. j CANADA'S GROWING TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES (Special staff correspondent 61 Win- nipeg Free Ottawa, Nov. per cent, of Canada's for the first twelve months ol the war has been with the United States. Seventy-five per of ail the goods whicfi the Dominion imported during the period were iram the republic, and forty-sev- en per cent, oi all the goods she ex- ported were sent across the boundary to the south. Despite the preferential tariff accorded 'to the .United King- dom (which was recently Great Britain's share of Canada's.io- Kingdom, respectively, for the years designated ...__L___ _.-_ United'States United Kingdom 1912 .1913 1914 1915 1 The following table indicates the trend of the export trade of the Do- minion for the same period 1912 1913 1914" 1915 Apart from the fact that- imports from the United States have incrers- ed steadily while imports irom IS NONE TOO SOON TO FACE THE CHRISTMAS GIFT PROBLEM If You are Going to Spend Your Money to the best Advantage, Why not SEE OUR STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS IN FURNITURE SOLID OAK ROCKER UPHOLSTER. ED IN LEATHER to GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOK CASES MAKE APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR THE BOOK LOVER, FROM TO FOR STACK OF THREE. WRITING DESKS IN FUMED, GOLD. EN OR MAHOGANY FINISH to A good strong White Enamel Bed- top rails CIO flfl curved at ends 3M.W.VW DINING ROOM SETS WE HA V E SOME VERY NEAT DESIGNS TO SUIT ALL SIZED PURSES. A Kinder Revolving Bed, saves work and is always comfortable, upholster- ed in green stripe den- im. Price We Pi-e- pay the I Freight; to your Nearest Point A FEW SUGGESTIONS Music Cabinet, to Kitchen Cabinet, from to Centre Table, from to Library Table, to FOR THE CHILDREN WE HAVE Kindergarten Sets (2 chairs, 1 table) in red or golden for Doll Carriages, Doll Beds, Rocking Chairs. BAWPEN BROS. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNJSHERS. A Small Deposit down will hold any article for you LUnited Kingdom hare fallen away. tal trade is only 28 per cent. During fproporti6nateiy, it is interesting to the twelve months mentioned above j note that even in, the matter. of ex- onlv 14 per cent of Canada's total i ports Canada's, trade with the United. Hello Butcher will you send around another steak like that last one--it cer- was fine! SATISFIED CUSTOM ER generaflyjSajs this shen sheUndes.at our shop She JoioWa she trades tiie same ECONOMY and SAT ISFACTION over the phone as though she had come ic per on Try us--Phone your order to us now. PHONE 492 Ma Meat Market Oldeit SrtibiishH Vteit Market In Motherland; despite the fact that Unitel'states have Canada is accorded iree trade with the latter country. Canada's total trade for the twelve montas was as against for the corres- ponding period preceding. Of the to- creased from 138 millions in 1012 ,to: 281 millions in 1915, or at the rate of 103 per cent.'In other words, they have more than doubled in the four of the American tariffs in providing reason that for many commodities I the republic, providing that duties many classes of United States will always be existing against "such-commodities in adSanToodTacross the border "s re- Canada's the United States are removed. No in the trade figures tot that The western .farmer now- asks that the Canadian government give the farmers the opportunity of widening .their wheat taking ad- vantage of another clause of the Wil- son tariff, >by -which wheat .and wheat- products are permitted free entry to .perio'd, and" tHe year following. For the month'of'October, 191.3, cattle to the value of found their way from, Canada tp .the United States.as compared with, a paltry worth for the corresponding, month of the.previous.year. For the such-countervailing clause existed the case of cattle, etc., and no acr tion by the Canadian government was necessary to' open the great market to the south for this important pro- duct of the farms. H. E. 51. C. NEW EDITOR OF TORONTO GLOBE Toronto, Ont, Nov. ,1., A. Maedonald has resigned Uie managing editorship of the Globe! fle has been succeeded by Stewart Lyon, who has been with, the Globe 27 years. Dr. Maedonald Is to be a contributing ed- itor to the Globe. years. Exports' to the United King- I------- r---------o- ddm have increased from 165 to 251 tal trade the United States account- millions, or at the rate only, on the ed lot or 60 per cent., other hand, of 52 per cent. Moreover, and trade with: the United Kingdom for or 28 per c.nt. The rest of the world had, therefore. to divide the remaining 12 per cent, oi the Dominion's trade. Canada's while imports from the United Statjs have remained fairly steady with an increase oi over 7 per cent, from 1912 to from the Un- n.w ited Kingdom have fallen.away from greatest customers are, therefore, the 125 millions in 1912 to 75 millions in United Kingdom and the United 1915, or at the rate of.10 per cent., States. Canada's--total imports for while the rate of decrease as compar- the twelve months .were Blr wjth 1913 is 48 per cent, as against or a The increase: in Canada's export of about thirty-seven millions; Of trade with the United States 'month of November, worth of cattle crossed over, as compared" with worth tat the corres- I ponding month of 1912.' This makes a 1 total for the two months of j 399, as compared with a total of for the corresponding .two i months of 1912. In addition to this the exports oi horses and of" other animals was more than doubled. Oats- exported during the eight months ending November, 1913, to- talled as against 098 for the corresponding 'period of 1912. In fact, many Canadian com- modities Tfoun4 their way in; -------j umul; "lull tun .iv.ni...... j ,.-rr. this total imports from the United ,jts chiet-iifi petus throueh the prqyi- ing nuantities across the border as a States accounted for the tariff, which came .result of this lowering .in .the tariff proportion of or 75'- jnto effect-in September of 1913. and will continue so .to find per cent, of the total, aid imports of the reduction, its "way. in the future for the simple: from the United Kingdom accounted j for or 14 per cent, of the total. Canada's exports during the twelve W months totalled as against for the .preceding -year or an increase oi 111 .-millions. I Here, too, the United States has the I advantage. Exports to that country account for or 47 per cent., while exports to the Mother- land account for or 41 per cent During, the year imports from the United States increased from 373 mil- lions to 106 millions, or about 33 million dollars, or at the rate of, about 9 per cent. Imports from the United Kingdom, on the other hand, decreased from 114 millions to 75 millions, or by about 39 millions, or at the rate of 34 per cent, (decrea: R ton that with any other country m the world Tha ing-table JOHN RUSKTN SAYS: i I" Economy No More Means Saving Money I -Sendin Mone" I ...v. imports of the Dominion frorii the United f Independent Meat Market Weekend'Specials: f 1RESH KILLED TTJRKEYS FRESH KILLED CHICKENS FRESH KILLED FOWL a supply of Choice; Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork. llhe Independent Meat Market Phone.635. 40o 5th St; 8. 1 OPPOSITE OHPHEUM THEATRE. "Ecomomy No More-Means Saving Money Than It Means Spending Money" He says: "It means spending the best pos- sible advantage." It is iu that sense that-.w.e.say it is economical to buy your Wonts at our store. You got your money's worth in appetite satisfaction, in. superior .quality always, and in usaliility of what you get. the true economy standpoint it is extravagant for you not to avail yourself of the advantages of this store. I I Staffo 'S PHONE LIMITED 452 I Stafford Block. 5th St. South. ;