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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKID.GE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, Declare in Favor Of, Pacifism lutenia- Trades I'uim Congress jester- passed supporting the .Shour te> jud the outlined Sn tho drafl'agfeeuieDt of the international tabor office. A' -resolution on pacifism was car- Tied "unanimously. The resolution fit- Clares to tic hypocritical aud totally condemns al! belligerent measures made with the object of imposing new political or economic conditions on ua-i tions against their will. I 4 c- PREMIER DECLINES FLYNN INVITATION OTTAWA, Nov. (Cana- illaa priniD min- ister has declined the- iuvita- iian to address u mass mee-tiup of the Grand Army of United Veterans at Massey Hall, To- rcmtou. on Sunday. U was an- riuuucoil from Toronto that J. Harry Flynn, head of tho G. A. V. V., would address the same meeting. U is understood the premier gave no reason iu his telegram for decliiilne tha in- vitation, but sta'cd Mliat he would be unable to make tho journey as requested. F, THE TEACHING OF. BRITISH HISTORY H Boyle 'Will Submft New Act at Next Session (By a Southern Alborta Teacher) Much discussion has been goluR on joJ late, concerning the Teachers' Con- [venltoii, recently in Lethbrldge, jauJ especially in connection with. the .way lu which tho tcachtuK body is alleged to hive expressed itself ecu- ceruluz UrUisk hlttory. Alter having attended all sessions of the couveutidii, 1 must confess that 1 am still Ignorant ut any resolution I being passed, uny request being made, or 'any other, outward expression on tfee part of the teachers being Riven, might be construed, as in any A I j the majority of tha new jury act de- teachers, ae opposed to British his- I fining the way in which Juries shall lory being taught ia (ho public schools I be appointed for service in the courts I of Iho province.! Tin will b5 JntTvuuCtu From i legislature at its neit session, it is announced by J. !1. Joy.i. The act now In use one .dating tho convention, which as a whole, did not at any time declare itself on any question relating to tho school Mrs. Annie M. Sloan, of Buf- falo, Declares She Would Not Take AH the Money In the World For Good Tan- lac Did Her. will just fay frankly I think laulic t perfeuh wonderful "mil I take all the In the -Korid for tho good it 1 as doue me, firs Sloru le bljmK at 27 Himtiagtou Avenue Buffalo N 1 Mr Sloan has replied Uulfalo for the past forty years, aud is ivory "prominent -In club 'circles, beius an member of 11 Buffalo Clt> Llub the Lincoln liepuiilicia Club, and thbrW6meus Voters League. rbhc rcnre entcd tha Vomen of her cllj in their appeil to the United States Senate al Washington when tho Sutirarc was first jnlro- dnced! and was honored with a mem- to the Suffrage Club S'oiJ is also deeply in in ihurcli md charity work Her statement regarding the benefit, sh3 has- derived from Tanlac will be' oi widespriaa tnlerc t. bhe said. oulj been taking Tnulac about four veel but I am feeling belter thir 1 hrve felt in years it just seems though awarded a new-lease on life, bnd'.l wculfl ho "doing an lujiistice 16 bther3'; who are tryiug to find re- lief not tbttelt what this grand medi- ciiie done for me. "Some_timo ago 1 v.-ns comyelleil to nmlerjo .in operation for gallstones, atter which I got alcug well un til about'a year aud a I'.aH I had JL verv severe bilioius attack Tiiese attacks beuamo treqiicnt and with each one i Would to remati- I from the territorial days, aud under course, it would appear thr.t tprm; thn preparation ot -i- jury! Jorily were of the opinion that.not only illft, which Is a list of persons conipe- I tent to serre, is left to soine court of-' jficial. who In practice Is the sheriff. {The selection of a panel from this list !s then done by .the sheriff an'd tile judge. it is the intention of the attorney- general lt> submit ,a new act providing Jor important changes in this system. A draft was prepared soino time ago. hut has not yet been put In final shape for submission to the hunse.- ]ts main feature will be a change in the way ,tlia original jurj list is prepared, the I likelihood being that some other au- British history, but all of the examin- ation !u the present course of studies .for the pfoviiice, might .be Batlslactbrlly com- pleted, accdrding'lo the standard re- quired by tho Department of Educa- tion. Withoi iou us -a: low that School Land Sales Bring Big Returns Will Benefit the Schools of Prov: Minister Pleased til provincial records .tor realty auctions shattered at tha eato of school Ic.nds held at Uonalda Sat- urday when under Dominion auspices, acreis of theso reserved farm- Ing'areas were" disposed of to the highest bidders during the one-day sale, the total amount realized reach- ing The highest price per lauds have taken place prev- iously. Ju tho Province. Tho success o! the sales this fall will augment materially this revenue within anoth- er twelve mouths, I'urcbasers of school lauds at" these auction sales are required to'pay-.down one-tenth of the price al the time of bale, the baiuuce to bo paid lu nine annual in- stalments with interest at the rate ot six per cent.' The was held Mou day. with another day. Other sales will be held al Dlds bury November. Macleocl'Novem her .November 2Cth Cochraue November Jeuuer Nov. ember Empress Detcmbar lai. tutes a record; the sale at Welaski- wlu holding the mark for one day previously vfith a top quotation of ?53.CO per acre. The four sales at Viking, Welasklwln aiid Dpnalda have result- ed in over belcg obtain- ed.fromfthe theso school lands 'on the market. Tha'results of the sales Is particularly gratifying to Hon. Geo. P. Smith, Minister of Edu- It isn't always "the msu who. talks udest that does_.the most food! Tho copper cent makes moro npjse.ou. the contribution than a dollar Cupid has snap when'Ue eiicount- crs au idle brain. ROCKEFELLER MONEY FOR UNIVERSITY OF; ALTA EDMONTON, Nov. thousand dollars Rockefeller money' is ready to be paid over to the Uni- vorslty of Alberta for higher medical work; anytime- the university authori- ties to mskn Tory has received word to that effect from tho liockeleller which Is administering in behalf uf medical education In, America a large" fund provided by the niuHi-niillionalre. Ncgotlalipns havo-been some months pact for a shore iu this fund to tho "Alberta, university... The money now to be paid, over represents the Income, from a half million dollars at five per ceiil- and is to, cpver ihe grant from the foundation for the cur- rent college year It will, he spent in strengthening the medical department of the university anil will ba sewed particularly to 'clinical work. tlioriiy. such as inunicipal or other! clviiixalion down to. our own times, public., bodies, be to sub early British histori should be taught mit suitable nanies. The'prlriciple of Orawiug .the jury, panels by lot! from j the names so will ;then be adopted. The scale ot distances 1 the-judicial districts In Alberta are tbuilt will work against the extension j the deiEticratic method oC naming i jury lists. U is pointed out by -Mr. Boyle.-The-system followed in On- tario, where .by the county. authorities would; be un- workable here, but'the" prin- ciple of drawing lot is one nov, practised in all countries .where the Jurj svstem is used cation, iipon whose application a few nit presuming io offer iny opui: weeks ago' the; Dominion authorities! an authority, it seems'to fol- consenlefl to offer the lands for sale. Although still confined to his home, a ths injury sustain- iu au auto smash, Mr. Imilh has followed the sales with ;een Interest and now feels justified u pressing for the sale throughout ho Province at the "present time. When the Minister of Education in grades where history is being taught, as a subject outlining the development of our' own raco socially and constitutionally, from the state of savagery aud bar- barism through the various stages of !HRS. ANNIE M. SLOAN. Prominent Buffalo, N, Y., Club Woman and Suffragist. iu bed four or five days "About six weeks agoThad another of these and Bucli awful pain 1 almost gays; up liooo This spell left me without any t en ergy and so weak could hardly valii across the room. Tanlnc lias-relieved mylroubles entirely. "I ara_ health now and am brimful of new strength and energr should know: of Tanlac. Tanldc is sold in Le'.hbridse. by. J. D Figlntolham-i. Co, limited, J V f as a foundation.on which to build our own Canadian history. Modem British: history and'Cauad- ian lilstory'nre so lnlinmtel> connect ed with each, othff, that au outline, at least of the'.fofmer, Is necessary for an intelligent comprehension' of the latter. The attitude of: parents for the most part, as reflected in their child- ren; la- somewhat antagonistic to Eng- lish history boing taught as .British history; but this Is perhaps only one of the manj-j difficulties which the Department.oCEducatiou hns to face, as far us text books are concerned. BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT 1 ONDON Sor weokl> statement of tho Bank of -Bagland shows tlic followiug.cuanges in pounds sterling: Total reserve decreased Circulation iniirers''d Bullion .Other securities-decreased Public deposit, decreased Other deposits, decreasod .Notes reserve decreased Government 'decreased proportion hank's re- to liabilities this weeV is 11 SS per cent last week u was 1073 pel cent Rate of discount 7 per cent AQiTIBI-REGION GROWING QObBpf1, Nov the Abit :ilii, the minine district in north-cast ern north-western Que- bec, celehratea its tenth anniversary was at Otta'wa a short time ago and asked to have the school lands thrown open (or sale, grain prices wore still satisfactory in -the maiu and there was no Indication of the extreme slump of prices which has since tak- en place, puriicnlarly iu the price of oats. However, in -spite of the drop in prices to an alarmiugly low level the sales of land in the uorth have been beyond even expectations of the officials and it now, seems prob- abie that 'Alberta's reveniie for educa- tional purposes vlll be Increased an- other annually the fourteen sales have been held in the .Province as. scheauIed.'The six sales in this part of Use Province havo leached about those of Consort and Eckvllle being held last Hon. Mr. Smith points out that the recoipU of the sales now taking place Time isn't exactly: sonv p'eople spend" one ;Jusl'is foolishly as the otherr ____ ____________ _.. In 1122, it will have at least SiS.OOO be placed to the credit of the a population, according to H Authier, Province and that the Department ot government land .agent at Amos, who was here recently on a short visit. The region today has a population of although it is reallj only a lit tie more lean eight yeais ago since people settled there Tho government, .said Mr. Authier, lias spent over ITOCi.OCiO.OO iu the'Abltlbi ,ind by, the-time another similar amount is spent there will be a popu lation of 061000. 1 You can't- judge books by the'" cov especiall) after the shortage has been Education will receive approximate ly an'annual return of five per cent, net" on such principal funds. The needs of educational .work in the Province are now so urgent and, so far reaching that the Minister of Ed ucation felt-that u bulk of the .school lands lying idle in. the Province should be. made to produce revenue tb'assist in carrying work, Ijast year, the' provincial estimates for an expected revenue of from as" interest'on principal "moneys, and the sale of schpol Even Lawyers are Judged Not perhaps for criminal offences, but of ten for offences against good taste in is especially applicable to young men who have their way to make and have to study costs. But a good appearance is'a silent witness which cannot be heckled or confined and which ia indispensable to success. Fashion-Craft necessary Iboks and retain them for all time. economy in buying, Sold locally 'LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDGE A MERCHANDISE CRISIS! IT STAGGERS BELIEF! READ OF IT! SUIT OR OVERCOAT SHEEP LINED COATS ALL WOOL RIBBED COM BINATIONS .75 HEAVY 8F10WN DRILL WORK SHIRTS .50 STRIPED STIFEL DRILL OVERALLS SUIT OR OVERCOAT SEE OUR SPECIAL OVERCOAT VALUES IN NORTH WINDOW FIFTH STREET SOUTH The Biggest. Broadest and Most Command- ing selling event ever staged. FLEECE LINED COMBINA- TIONS Sale S2.85 MITTS AND GLOVES Sale :t PAIR BATH R03ES ALL PULLOVER SWEATERS Sale SUIT OR OVERCOAT Sale BLACK DOGSKIN' COAT FRED THA WORK GLOVES MITTS SUIT OR OVERCOAT HEAVY TWEED PANTS Sale MEDIUM .WEIGHT COMBINATIONS UNION QUALITY SHIRTS AND DRAWERS Sale CHINA BEAVER COATS RUBBER, INTERLINED GAUNTLET MITTS PURE WOOL CASHMERE "HOSE SUIT OR OVERCOAT STANFIEl.tys HEAVY RIB- BED SHIRTS DRAWERS 50c GREY AND BLACK WORK BATH ROBES PURE WOOL COMBINA TIONS HEATHER MIXED COAT SWEATERS FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS Sale WORSTED; PANTS HEAVY ALL WOOL SOCKS SUITOR OVERCOAT Sale SEE OUR SPECIAL OVERCOAT VALUES; WINDOW LETHBRIDGE ;