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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1910, Let Us Figure On Your Bill! Your Lumber Bill We Mean! No matter whether yon want just a few odds and ends of lumber for fixing up about the plate; or alcomplete house or barn bill, ask our prices before buying elsewhere. There are two reasoniwhy you should dd tliis. First, because the cliances are that we can save you some money, and second, because ours is the best seasoned, :driesty aind best keptstock itt this "Drop in and let us show Round Street Phone 763 Lethbridur N Bow Lriand High Rlvai Granum WestminsterRi Phone IfcAUTIFiJL SHRllli -Are -yoii j1 aware of the large fineKardy on tie1 prairie and will] ;thrive- "c I after year, getting more _ _ a selectipn: of Varieties, "tliree" old, ttiat Mobrh this ''summer- and ie, fall.? The selecti6rnrincludes EiltGSf.Snow- halls, jfiegelias; Siio wl> 'D jBoitey- .sticiles, etc., etc. V: two to three feet high, three tegular value 12. 50. ;.j This all express charges jire paid to your newest pffice at; special For 30 days only of Place orders early v ddzen TOT C. AGRICUUT1RAL Address By Newly Elected President of the Dry At Spokane Oct. the-Dry Farm? ing- Congress J. ..H. Worst, 'president of Dakota Agri Cultural Col- lege "gave' a practical address on ricultural Education- in part he IS'iFIFJY YEARS OLD BROTHER AND SI3TER ME-Ei: FOR introduction, Oct! there, was semi-centennial anni- the first run at "BirKenfieadjjy the late Geo.'Fran- cis Tfainf; fMr.-Train 'had' fbo'y. .n'anieilt..Clifton Robinson, now grownlmto.tlie Englisi. tramway king. Sir Clif-tpn- Rdbinson on the tramways' descrilt-ed' the modest 'be- ginnings of the; splendid system of which.---i's -to found, in most "towns, in -this country. of-the future of tramways Sir :Qlifton -thought it lay. in> of combined tram- tuies railways, under one management.___ TIME Bothr'are Over But.They5 Never Saw One Another; Each the Other .Detroit, and woman, 'sisteiv' viftio have lived 'less than one hundred- ana fifty miles apart, dthisr dead, met for the-f-irat in Mrs. Katherine: ofi-Lpnddn, Unt.r fifty-eight became, separated, from her. Jainiiy; before- her Siisyersj. .'aged 50, was .-born. Sievers .-livesJiru'.Ppntiac. She was told of Sievers friends, wno remar-ked on reseih'blance. She went, to Pontiaciand ship FALL STYLES WINTER STYLES r Everything in clothing requisite for the man who is particular; fl We court .your matter what your tastes may are prepared to cater to them, d A and perfection of detail stamp Qodies rwith a character peculiarly their own. Pricee Range to Shop of THE BENTLEY COMPANY LTD. "The Shop of Fashion-Graft" Lethbrictae The tendency public senfcimenc is, setting strongly 'toward .vocational 'in- struction in the schools; espe- cially toward emphasizing elementary agricultural in the schools of communities. It is not a. a "sound, 'social an-d' economic-ino've- ment. The demand comes-rdirectly from the people, whose: interests'.'can- not -be ignored. Agriculture is conceded the most important- industry of one indispensable ,rjrocation taat in a measure sustains "alL.; other, indus'trie's, arid: upon .which the varied commercial, business and professional interests of the stale" very largely -cVei pend. But little created t.hB-t does not directly or indirectly oriigm-. ate with the soiL Those, therefere; who- .from choice or necessity under- take "the" of .the tanning- be aided -By sgll toe Jmowiedge that scienceLaft'ords as :welllas; by alLthe experienpe that j eminent experimenters ani' practical j agriculturists have- put, j The best there is1 in ling is none Tor them.' A's an aid" encourage- ment of this of rederal .government has spent-'mil- lions of dollars.upo.i original iesearc'a investigation along all fecting agriculture, horticulture, ing, animal husbandry, etc., vast and useful of Isapviedge thus accumulated by sci; entitle government experts-- hue! or is being reduced as J rapidly %s', pos- sible to pedagogical form. andv-iifaqe" available for instfictional The bill, ing 'before congress, and whicfr should speedily Ue -enar.ed in'to: Ittwy 'tnukt'S ample for a System of cultural nisi schools., -with expatff nientai groun-ds attached to, lor preparing toa-iUcfs of elementary -ag-; riculture established' and for tae aauit farmers of each state agricultur- al information by me pf orate system of college extenjtJon work to inaugurated by the cultural colleges. Congress, thereforo, by lacvs' already enacted and by new legislation iii; progress is thoroughly io the _______ Trial; ;IJon't be satisfied with a rtee! razor the.tCartto-MagnetJc, with 'the tHat'-you xiee'd never hone." razor is not tempered Jn uneven by. electro-carboniza- tion.: at process siraJlar'to that by which dia- monds have teen produced. Carbo-Magnetlc on our 30 day. Free .'Trial need not -ppy'the razor until you are thoroughly jSfOijsaed tbat. it is better tlisn any "oilier fyou. ever" tried. For Sale By DRU.G AND BOOK CO. 'AND ''H. LING. scend to his children: -The coun- try ibjit, be 'not educat- ed but toward, tfte' tarm, life be _ but ie.; f educational -propaga'nda life is 'iiOVf the for an. ecoiiomi-" ;cally and sound ancl enduring i civilization. many. oth. er should occupy .'a5prWuinetttvplace the. i study1 provided, for the. public schools. Df; Worst said ttiatiii crpwetiieu many academic jsu'DjectR- stfpuld JJgl.abridged, and lie geeography, details .States, history i i an di-tectmicait, grammar. importance -and necessity -pf ing and. the scoi-e ncuitural knowledge, now ayjiiiable for the children cf the rural districts is too prescious to be top useful to be ignored. Soznehow it must be conveyel to them. TUe agricultural .cannot reach the masses. It-traius the ex- ceptional, man exceptional' ser: vice, as well as and engineers also "renc'cr silent service in their several its mission is to the "industrial classes." and tae public schools must, of necessity, therefore, become purveyors of rjie eleruntary instmc- tion in agriculuir inj subjects close- ly allied to it, it' die si-eat majority, of our children are to se reached and benefited. In words, the pub- lic schools must supplement the work of the agricultural collies if that fvast and useful body o? knowledge; collected and arranged for the cailu- res of the industrial classes is to benefit them. But a comparatively small .number of our young people, and especially of those country-bred, ran .hope to enjoy the advantages of colleg" education. The educational. -statis- tics for the year 1906. show that-only a trifle over one-tenth of one per cent; of. our total .population, was en- rolled in high while a'roost twenty per cent, of our total popula- ,uon was enrolled in the elementary scnoois. it is estimated in the Middle West that 98 jaer cent, cf those enrolled ,in the .ccvjitry scuools begin and end their ediicarion in the one-room schoolhouss. speajong. tlien. for MSA vati. .majbrity of ..the' school child pupil population, efficiency, for. citizenship rather than popular, scholarship or literary ,.cul- ture; paramount con- sideration. 'These children rarely: ex-, P.ect -to become; professional men or itfbmeny. iience" "the folly of training "the road that 'the. .professions. They do -.become useful cit- the''vast majority of- them in- dustrialists of :bn'e'-character; or anoth- jjr-f'.'tlierefore, wtiatf training the -purb' iic; afford. should fit .them sphere will should teach persons bow to. .live, even if it be- comes to discard-some of tab'cherished ideais entertainedVby re- actionary material welfare' of the many .tne 'benefit favored iewj.. .Those who ace -destined.to..per- rprm -the world'sJ-work, create' the iwqri-ii's.; wealth the chief burdens of-the government, 'but who will-be in position of the luxuries of entitled'to -the most efficient educa- qpnal .aids that money or genius can for them. __ Tne, short courses in elementary ag r4culture and -domestic science which colleges, tiave arrang- ecLifor farmers' 'that cbiil'd' readily "be adopted-.by the high thiin justi- fied, the "eagerness "wjiichL the, SUDJect matter has 'been'pursued, the interest it' has .and ..the add: eS c-entnusiasm :boys and gjris; after courses, ibpk.: forward to work. 1 r We-cannot expect the "best ..training ipii the -.part of public; school teachers least not for a considerable, period, -but. tliose who 'taejn-: for their .only'agricultural gi-a-diiates, -but.filled with the cause.- Nothing can-; or .bring this propaganda, disrepute .more tnan to have pt. administered bands ;or directed .by those" not in with its "purposes. ...That -which'is most vital to a com- its prosperity and very witJi- safety be ex- j eluded "from the purpose-for which its educational energies are" expended. This" farmer and his made or life are yjtally essential to the-nation. The benediction to. humanity which he fs lord, will soon de- Men From Colorada Springs Make Effort to Land 1911 Gossip' yesterday in dry was that there is n6 next .congress svoulcl :to Ipoiorftdo Springs, Colo.- as that :district 'been most ener- getiejp .itg piiiblicltv .and is enthusias- tic ajoout. Delegates rrom; other, sections agreee thair OofoTado "SpringB -delegation is ion tne'-jump, iut most of them were re- the 'subject of the new offi-- Sopie of was" that proba- ble highest be- Brjran., president of Washington., Pullman'; 'dean .of the college the, 'Montana State ;M E. of -president of the congress, Frank W; Mon-dell. congress- Wyoming- That the race down to Atkin-' spn-yand Bryan is tae opinion some. Although it set rule that the presfdent s'hpuld- fte from the state wnere-; the-1 congress was held, senti- ment' tends" this" way, which points towards Bryan. These points will be decided to-day. :The Shyawap 'Valley in the Upper pkanaKan, Columbia, "noted for its. rich, deep, These character-" istics are noticeable in, -the Carlin Estate, reliable f irni-'pt-E. 'surveyors, after a examination ,silt and loam.; We ourselves after a careftll examination-of thssjfistate'iand .the ing dist-rictKfind that the .land produces tfymper" of- ..higher priced, celery as large aad .small, of-, At .Armstronsi a '.few. .miles. down the 'Valleyfrsimilar soil to '-that' of CarJinl producihg; thousands cof -dol- lars "of sev- eral acres. ef from the but that city Has retired' in favor of El OF CANADA Capital, Rest and iBdhidfd rrofifs Total Assets and ALL LETriBRIDGE DRUGGIST Over 190 in Canada enable this Banfc to offer an excep- tional service to the Firm, Corporation or Merchant whose business is widespread. Collections made anywhere. Negotiable paper discounted. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Moriey transmitted by Money Order, Draft or Telegraphic or Cable frtain Office car. Bwnd t Redpath Sti I G, R. TINNING Sub-Office Rd., N. Ward J Manager. atlrHnji H. Roach, Acting Manager. Gracsy Lake- -rt. W. SaiMie, Manager. ;