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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 2nd, 1913 TJIE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD APPLES A Case of Luscious GravOnsteins, No. 1 .Grade for SEND IN 'YOUR ORDERS aUICKLY TO THE RED CORNER "The Sloro Re EXCUK" the MILADI CD1TED "INO- PHONia Trenchant Criticism of Educational System (Continued .From Front me illustrate. Tlie otter day a good blacksmith said as we talked about tbe forge shop in our manual training "I told my boy that I would knock him on the bead II he would attempt to become a blacksmith." I know a mother who. wants .her young .son to be a medical doctor; Tho hoy has personal inclin- ations to be a carpenter, yet because of his lie .Is consent- Ine to lie 'a'doctor. But'.when he Is bad tbe worst ;thtog he can ray his mother Is, am going to be-.a carpenter." Vet should be persist' In this youthful perscverily, who fcnons hut thai he'might build himself a more'enduring "monument than bo will ever secure 6a his' patients tombstones. The school man-lives ia his ideal world of book's and children have 'too often fostered the idea-that educa lion offers an easy escape from man ual toil.. Yet the escape.has brdughl no leisure. The teacher has hardly time' to eat! The mirihtcD today "Has no'lime lo call his own The pauper may call the doctor from the feasU The men who have tim lo-tbink are the men who work wit! their ranks' com' our leaders. If these leaders :are' ti be sane' and sale they must be "edu away from industrial life bul in WASTE COMMON THINGS Tbe common thlsga of Ufa are all EO dear: The waking ID the toft liall gloom To flm) again the old familiar room. The slKbts and, zounds, V.that npvcr tire, i'e .work, the Utt baby's laugh, i 'ht crackle of the open fire. The then the footsteps'core- Ing tie openldg 'door, the handclasp and tlie kiss, heaven not, after all, the Now and Here! he common things of life aro. all so Hostesses- tomorrow: Mn. J. H. Tabor and Miss Tabor, 234 Fifth avenue South. Mra..D. C. Gullbault, 1234 Seventh venue, when Miss Yetta Holfeu- acher, ot Hancock, Mtch., will re- slve with tho hostess. Mrs. A. G. Oliver, 301 Twelfth street South, at her post-nuptial--reception, hen Mrs. J. D. Illglnbotham will as- Ist in receiving. Mrs. S. .B. .'Mitchell has recovered rom an attack of t s Mrs. George F. Heath has. gone to pend a couplo of months with Mends n eastern Montana. Mrs. Lclllott. of Medicine Hat. who'j ;pent time tbls'. week the guest of Mrs. B. T. Broad, returned lome yesterday. if sirs. E. V. Dooley and little da'jgh- er, who spent tbe summer ftt the Ca- nadian Saultc Ste'." Marie, arc expect- C. and will be leaving for that place soon, where Mrs. Heath, will- join him on Ler return from Montana. Their numerous friends are sorry to haie tLein leave Lethlridgc. A very pretty .wadding yas thet sol- emnized at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Custave Nellson on Tuesday evening, when tbolr daughter, Miss LeoX be- came the wife of Mr. Earl Orison, a well-known roung fancier, of- .Glen- wood. President Wood performed the ceremony in the presence of only Im- mediate friends. In the evening art- ceiitlqn'was held for which three hun- dred invitations wero Many friends of the contracting parties cd during tho evening to wish the young couple Cod-speed. Knox church was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday even- ing at eight o'clock, when Lilly Hoi land Latham, second daughter of Mrs. and the late Lathi.m, of Spalbrtdge road, Crewe, Ecg land, was Joined in marriage to Mr Harry Bowen, of Magrath, younger ton of: Samuel of 59 Kungerford road, Crewe, England. The ceremony, which was perform cd by the Rev. A- G. CamtTon, was witnessed by Mr. George W. ly and .Mr. John Woods, both ot Ijeih- bridge. The bride arrived In the city on fonday from England, having sailed :n the Empress of Britain. Mr. a'od Mrs; Bowcn will reside on he groom's ranch near }tegmth, v.-iiere n host of friends .extend best vlshes for their future-happiness. Friday and Saturday Specials ed homo tomorrow morniog. Mr. and.JIrs. J. 0. Jones havo urned from a trip to'Montreal and other eastern points. 5 Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Joiinson. arrived lome last evening from their eastern honeymoon .trip. They.will reside at 1217 Sixth avenue South. Dr. bride passed through the'city: yesterday, en route to their home.In Taber from their boEcymoori Vancouver, and Seattle. On cycry have the tremendous, national waste du to tlie Inefficiency .of the .workers Scarcely less'appalling is the wast due "to m'ea frying .to eke out a liv ing in callings in which-they .are no who arc as useful to1 the comniunity as llw.proverbial fifth, wheel: wagon. What ou. our public schools do that already done? 01 nccestlty they' must he chiefly con- cerned tn providing the- Instrument of in giving-.the.children facility .three It's must remain tlie hurden of ttelr work. But to .teach thesi Is not enough. They should concern IhemielyM with-the problems.of lite cone'switK which education must prepare tfcemi "They should create a sentiment'favorable.-to labor, an in- terest in the things that men do. .Then further, by. means ol the intro- iliKtion-.of-hand work, and manual training .they "should give pupils a taslo ol the'delight ol the manual art. They should teich lhat necessary labor. Is. mean, that the man who huildi ianltjry lewer in a great city way contribute .the health of'Ms people "than the ireateat healtii officer. SECONDARY EDUCATION our secondary schools JIust tbore grow up a, mul- tiplfcity .of Irade schools, com meixtai' schools, ichools of mining, schools of agriculture, while gular high school to edu ,catc' either consciously for the pro fcsslons, or f knowledge -which -should' train .hern, should he common lo ill. It Is good 'for'-the. farmer to earn his history The'mlntr .will lose nothing from tlio ttudy.o! poetfy because he si Is shoul- lef to shoulder .jfith- the boy who aims; to profes- sor. Just as In pur universities equi- valent degrees are now granted ill en- gineering1, !n ;in .com- merce and, so should, .our secondary schools the equal- ity of the necessary yocit'o'r.s: I'AHBNTAL nESI'OSSIBII.ITY Now just here, allow me to Kay lhat while, I think the sthool a most Imporfantr factor In cdiicalloti, It Is riot the only one. 1., am coripdent that, parents should take pains' to frafn-the children-In simple house- hold tasks. .A hoy who.has no chores you, good for'the community aid to'do is flffrnudcd of his rich's. A girl, good for the hoy. In lliis- province who Is not rrquircd to'petlorm res.u-i we'aro getting proud of thft'way 'in larly- simple houscholfl tasks is notjwh'ch we handle pur criminals. How getting her deserts. Thai -par- much more wotilil-He to UK ITl'MS below arc just a few of (hose that ml) for your proinpt unit careful allculiuiulp Hie week-end offerings in Die vnriuus depart in en IB of this store. Sfasonpble strictly ilepcudiililc offered you for less than you could yci Hie siiinc at other times. Tilings to fit, tilings lo wear, tilings for the home; all priced T so much ivjjuliir prices, that will undoubtedly mean two busy ilnys, Friday nnii Sntunluy. Crockery Department Offers Splendid Values A Dinner Set for Pull S7 piece Dinner Service, gold bard, sprlgr good serriceablo serai-porcelain T.-nre. Set tgnslsts ot 1 tlozon cups and saucers, 1 bread and butter plates, 1 dozen tea dozen .dinner plates, 1 dozen soup plates, 1 dozen (rult 2 vegetable tureens, 2 platters, 1 bowl, 1 cream Jug. 1 sugar towl and 1 sauce boaL Set complete oa Rfl Friday and Saturday I Cheap Water Tumblers Three designs to choose from. Goctl for every dny use. Friday and Saturday, per dozen 36c Tea 'ot 1 dozen cupa and saucers, 1 d'oze'J bread and butter platee, 2 cake plates, 1 cream ]ug, 1 sagir, 1 cream ]uj nnd 1 Friday OC and Saturday, complete Men's Furnishings Department Specials Special Jersey Suits For; boys 2, 3. and -1. years of age, pants full length with strap to go under shoes. Colors, navy broivn anci snxe: llegular value Suit, Friday and Saturday V.UP suit Shirts "Mea's Flannelelto Ntght Shtris, reado with down'collar. weight. Regular value Fri- day and-Sat urday Soft Collars .Men's and boys' soft col- lars in plain colorc, r.lso neat Bti-Ipes; sliea to Regular value Friday and Satur- day each 19c Boys'Jerseys Another line of Jerseys, matlo to open doR'n front with collar; pants' made cf serge, match. Colors light brown and saxc. Regular vat-" uo 52.50. Friday and C1-QQ' Good Things to Eat Fancy INGERSOLL CHEESE pound 9Rp i'BA'CpN.'Per .'CHASE A SANBORN'S ,'tftS> TIN CLOVER LEAF BUTTER I f'f Per 1, ;Y4rbt TedRopm H A' M, POTA.TOES, ASPARAGUS, BREAD AND BUTTER: TEA OR COFFEE...''.....: MACARONI AND CHEESE, BREAD .AND.'BUTTER, TEA OR COFFEE These Items From the Dry Goods Section This Season's Best Dress Goods Offer Fancy mislurek and plain colored dress goods. All leading shades represented In. popular weaves. Twenty pieces Ip make your selection-from. Friday and Saturday 3fi per Extra Values in .-vt Towels M White Towels, also striped terry towelt. Heavy and absorbent Size 22 42 ir.clW Frjday.'anl 39 0 per' Towelling 100 Mill Remnants Towelling.' good liuea in plain and bordered crash, also bordered terry. Lengths, run from day and SatuidaVi 23c andTtJ. Ladies' Tailored Suits Just dozen tults for just tliat number ot early jrarcnuers. Theie represent tha 'balance ol a con- tbnt TTM recetred a little for the spring trade but beiug ttrlctly are qulta all rigbt for early Fall Treir. Materials Include navy serges, grey worsteds, and light and 'medium 'tweed effects; ikirls are high waist lice; coats are plain tailored style irith cut-away fronts and satin lined throughout. I.-Values 1n ree- nlnr way up lo t 9 Friday and Saturday only........... I Misses' andYoung Women's Cloth Dresses Durable and,'arm materials Including and serges in flnd heather mix- tures. Plain tailored'and'tailor style. Slzea for mlBses and young, to 20. Bepilar prices ?4.50, and fftw even up to flJO QC 58.50.. Friday and Saturday Lakes' Silk Blouses Ladles''MesMllne Blouses in plain col- ors. ot 'Copenhagen, brown, navy, .black and Nearly all in'plain tailored styles turn-over collars and cuffs. Regular price up to 54.50. Saturday CO OC LADIES'SHOES tan.'calf shoes, bluchcr cut, medium Cuban heels self .weight soles. Jdr'.'fall..wear.-.-- SWeJ 3- "to Regular. ?3.uO. Frlday'and .-'-CO 75 Saturday, Pair. COZY SLIPPERS Womens" blacX cloth felt- anil leather eples, warmly, llticd. Slzea 3.-to 7-. Worth Jl.OO. "Fridly an'd -.Enft per pair MEN'S SLIPPERS Men's plaid felt slippers, combination felt and leather soles. A cozy sllppar-fof All sizes. Worth .Friday and Saturday, per pair................... Leader in 'Men's Shoes 20 Men's Veloiir and Pat- ent Shoes, bluchcr and btit- ton kld'lops, welted soles, nigh and receding toes, beat materials; wear guaranteed, i.. Sizes from" 6 tp'iO.'incIud-: Worth up to and.Saturday. 50c 53.45 BAY ficssrve'your sup- saw-nnd plane. Tfcc.-nighl .clasi. port. You have young nifn .in your employ .who would be hcnefiltrd by study...Kccotitagc them a class, of you have boys in your ollires who will soon bo too big for errand boys, yet will -have no (raining for-anything C'SC.'.Help them to get out of thrsc' "bllml alley" I hope thai soon we may liavo itay classes where, a can attend part of the1, day and boy work the rest. Your 1C necessary, It. would -be Mr. Ives said It would to a good idea il the business and professional men of LctbHidgc would unite to gbe the boys and girls of the schools' instruc- tion along practical "I'.ti's. The deputy minisicr pointed out'that the whole scheme ol present day education was to give the belief thai; the university w'as'tbe ultimate eniljof life, whereas only'ahout seven per cent ever reach It. The -should liave the best education ol any busi- ness man, whereas he .Is placed oh 'the lowest rung ol the ladder in the estimates ol too tiiany praiple. He bored thai the agricultural high schools" would this.. Al- Liberals Solid for Agreement rc-ady -10 pupils are cnts arc maVcs Ihe'obllp- lion greater' rather' than less! For her proper dcTclppmcnt she'nceds this training.' In former limes, wc.ivirig was the of In what spend vastly, greater, sums oti .'Schools and Bare 'the toys hr right (rainfn'gj' (or efficient 'HIS VIK1VS RN'UOHSED Mr. llarcourt and Mr. Ifw both endorsed llftrnllton'i. remarkj. for each (Continued from fpat OI'l'OSITIOX WEUB XOISY The debate was carried on by other speakers, Incluamg Hon. Chas. Stew- C. Weide'nb art, minister ol who 'lain. roar by refusing to'allow'. Mr. Stew- art to The sposter'had to be appealert to, to call members of the opposition who were making-a Drum- ming on their dcsVs' to- order.. John Kcmmis, t'inchcf Creek, H. H. Crai-- South' Edmonton5 S. B. liul- ocks, Calgary N'ortn, and O. L. Hud- son, also AI 10.25'adjournment of debate -was Stony ounlrles that b'oast o! a 3800 bojin- ary line-.without' a 'fortidcatlpn ;6n' ,ther to one hu'ii- red years more of unbroken pesce. The' Idea caught, with the Board f. Trade membership, and "a. commit- ee of roeii reprcsentlns various Ity (n-ganlzatioiJs will bo picked Im- mediately 80 that no time may. bo lost n mapping out the local "end of tho. trogramme. said that much jis they would have liked to have seven of 'these schools, (or Ins-first term, H is start jn the .direction, Mr. Harcourt things It will grow to be a power in the neil few years. The of B. A. Dunbar, tavrls- Cdlgnry, died at tho Xomc- of her father. Dr. Angus McKlnnoa, GuelplT. P. Ji. 0. WhllclocV, a prominent aorchnnt, and a Is dead at Tortoto. mll lions'on roads and bridges In the; province, as was intended by the leg- islation-passed In the privy council had decided that, the money mwt co into Ibfr building of the toad and therefore they were only.' con- cerned with that --how (he road could best thought Premier Silfbn had given then the best possible solution.. During 5lr. StewMt's speech ihletr rupllor.s member for Centre Calgary, were st one ttx caused an Hold Cehtenma (Cpnllnunl From Front _Mr. Scammeli said S! topped b the central committee to have an Am erlcan speaker at. every Canadian ce ehrailon. The main idea of the celebration I not so much to celebr.ito Oie hundred yesra of peice, to start Uie two Table SiSver Grace, beauty end qmlifyl ore nil combinod-ia silver t.rlidcs marked This brand, known Is made In tno hearfesl J gride of plate, .lliero f ire many designs' irpcn J wiilch to choose. ;