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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SaJtinlii.V. (Motor THE DAILY 1TF.1M Pace We have been appointed ngetUs for-Loth- bridge and district .A The Security Trust Co; m t Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan mid has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans caii be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents THE FIFTH SCOUT LAW By pel, Ullck dt Burgh, C. "A Scout .S.NAPS 3 lots, Duff Ad'Jilinii, rln.se U) school, on wn- Irr and R. V GIBSONS GO. FOR (SALE most desirauje 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 631 1.3th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY JM9UHANGB 5 roomcil 1 1-2 storey house on .3rd pity water' ligiit; all in'splcmli'd price.SJOOO; irasli. bahuiup. 11 inontli. North Lethbridg'e Realty Co. PHONE 636 A VESTMENT Into Two. brick cottages on corner of. BarUeit (12th) street autl Heed street, revenue 5780 per annum. Price fS.SOO. Terms cash, balance four years, WUkie Kerr RHONE 623 INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. I. Offlcct. MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm and city property. CHEAP LOTS TOR SALE One lot in Diift Addition, on' water and sewer, caih, balance per month. Two lots. Block 90, each; terme. 73x125 feet on 2nd Avenue house, fully modern, terms. THE C. B. BOWMAN Acadia Block. AGENCY Phone 1325. "Manners makylh IK ovory bit as tr.ue today as It' was In the times of William of Wykeham; wml because tii-e word "manners" IB hmw used in the old ICngllnh signification of cbaract-er revealing itself in out- ward conduct, it is fell that the Scout law reminds us that thy impulse of the heart' must be allowjd lo show itself In outward action. What, a man is outside, he is very Hluily to be inside, nnd a coarse, rude rule of conduct is preily sure lo-be Indication of a coarse and vulgar mind. KVQH in a man's dress th-ero is evidence of his ubimictpr. Untidi- ness will Indicate shiftiness, while a vury old nnd patched suit of clothes niKiy put, on in such a manner as show care, cleanliness, self-respect and respect for associates. The school of scoulcraft is a school for milking nron, and one of tile rules to which all ai-e pledged is -that. "A Scout is Unit is, polite to that 'courtesy is indie- to '.rue manliness. The word is derived from ?.n old 1'Yench expression whioh "the manners of the Coiirt." The Trench have always excelled in good man- ners, and it can be readily understood who admitted to the highes'-; and most refined were expected to conform to the usages of the Court... If they did not, they would never -he admitted again. lior-a would he no pushing, or loud talking, or arrogant or wain of politeness to ladies, or at- tracting attention to themselves. The distinguished n. new- comer, the more he would be content .o be unnoticed, .until given a more iromiueiii, place by common consent. The very mark of distinction is, in vality, to luive claims and yet not to push oneself forward, but, rather o show interest in those of mid dignified behaviour has nothing ikin in being -puffed -ip with one's own importance, nor yet. TO a slavish deference to any -person, bin it in- volves a manly respect, which pro-: duc-ss polite demeanor to all' wifh whom we coins in contact. That is tne sort or courtesy which ;t Scout should show. Thought for others rather than parUcularly In things. Jjlfc is iip of great doings and great, Jhinss.'1'' hard coiplidljf resforri MI SVONKY MINKS, N.S., Jan, 25111. 1910. "I'or many years, suffered from Indigestion ami Dyspepsia. Two Ago; I was so hnt! that I vomitrd "constantly. I also suffered with ConsUpition, I consulted physkhii1; as'I ifr li I 11 di s cinrcr btitmedicine jjave on temporary relief. cj of -doing- ur T read in the Haptisl' aboul 1 Friiit-a-tives ami the cures this medicine was and I decided to try it. After taking three boxes, J j found a great c'runiRe for the better and now I can say 'Kruit-a-tives' has entirely cured me when every other treatment failed, and I reverently say "Thank Cod for 'Fruit-a-tives'." EDWIN ORAM, Sr. "Fruit-aitives" swcuter.s the stomach, actual (juautitj of gastric juice in the stomach and ensures com- H In a DISC'S what if, nil nor than what, lie gaya or does, that atiuupH bin influence on bin own little .world: ScoiiL'a charac- ter should bo manifestation to the world of tliv principles of rwvercncc Id law, regard fur the poor and help less and weak, find of a courteous Injuring towards nil. TELLS OF A TRIP TO SOUTH AMERICA plete digestion of all sensible '-'Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world made of fruit juices. 5oc. A box, 6 for J.j.50, or trial size, 'a.Sc. At all dealers, orfrom Umited, Ottawa. Kdltor of The Mmld: I have'inade, the trip to .South America four binding In Hueuos Aires, I thought I may wrtte someilihig iliat may IAJ of in- terest to your readers.' year, .July liflth'.-l failed from ii-eamer'verdj. Our first stop was Ha- hiii in It look fifteen .days for? we h-erp. maiiy large whales spouting up water' could' be von during Ihr AH along lr; Jlian coast live white sand 'Miiim; in sun looked like snow. Our bnni siMjoii about, ion miics from :-3 and (he warm sun made it tEi bcfoiv- we reached Brazil we crossed equator, nr.-d in the after- >u the chk'f cam D to some of ilii' pii.se-us'ors, and said, as we iad crossed ihf line, lie wanted 11-3 to niect live lower part of ihe boat !i aiTatigc to initiate those who had never erm-srd. We mnl, and he ap- pointed police officers to assist Fa- fh-er XepMine. I wwi one of them. We j were to gatl.Mr after supper. When F01UMMEDI ATI] SALK South. Klnc B roomed house, bath, closet, electric good furnace. Completely Ideal home tor imall family. Prite for auk'. fMOO ITOu.OO cash, balance very cayy terms. B.H. AfOTT c-o904 Bth St. South or PHONE 1063 set them on the, edge of Mic tank, and with the help of his assistant, pro- ceeded to lather their faces all over with a lame white wasli brush, and look it off with a wooden razor ab- out fifteen Inches long. Tlie. patient, if he was a man, was tipped back- wards iivto th'3 tank of water. After stopped at BahJa for salled for Rio do .laroclrlo. It has n fino harbor, well fortified. Tliore'aiv Hi rue hundred and tbirty-five small islands all around. We stayed thirty hours at Rio, walls Gfl and rode down its fin-e and went out to the Xooluglcal Gardens. There are fine palm trees on either sidvj (if the paths here. Tlio dinner at Rio runs up into thousands of milreis. and when you have paid for the same yon like J a millionaire. From Ilio we sailsd to Santos. The j Harbor here hi approached through a very narrow river, so much so, thai a stone could be thrown on either side. v WON'T BUY THE .WINNIPEG RAILWAY Winnipeg. Oct. was de- cided at a special moating of the purchasing committee yes- 'crdJiy to. call off the pro- posed purchase of the Win- nipeg Klecti-ic Railway. SantC'j great port for coffee bananas, carried down to th-s we were half through the meal, the j boats hy mules and on the backs of 'be natives. A> the foot of the bill hfsre is a miming.stream, where peo- ple wash-and walk up ltd the shrine above. On the'walls of ibis -jhrlma j ".n.io n n no uuutiu lui. i m: Una-j are wax casts of arms and dif- wers to which were given hy one of j ferent portions of the'human body. lights in the dining room wore turn .cd off. wiiii the exception of a red one over the piano. A voice from the asked the naniu of the ship and o it was bound for. The ans- I hi 1 he metal Industries in "Berlin, uesriy half the men work from nine lo ten hour) a day, and the majority of thy rest ion to eleven. WESTMINSTER JJOAD 0-10-11 IJJork S450 EH'C'll. 'IVrins bal. that if a courteous answer, bow- oiAar firm it. may be; ;-aot one' that any clever inay wri'ie which will almost scorch the paper It is written >n. ,And jjarefiil to leave room 'or' misunderstanding. Kern-ember Lh'ire, H-TO niariy things which men may to another with a smile if written down, would leave a the ship's officers came in and amiou Father Neptune, saying he wa-j sent to give new candidates warning to be in readiness TO twelve initiation. Af- ter the announcement was made the lights w-erc turned on, 'and we re- stnnyd our meal. Having finished we got into oil coats and caps. We bad our faces painted to represent French nen. Germans, and Cliinanvan, an-il Sonic'one then denoting parts that have been ed. Th'j bill is named the .Mounv of I eed ti.'3 arrival of dpiilji, on the inin'J asi to --.heir kiad-1 marched up. one d'aclt-aud down -the pss or politeness.' bacause a letter' ol.her, healing tin pans. malting Joes not. A playful or badly JIM Liu; noise we could. We then took sentence may conceivably hurt j our plaoa around a large tank of wa- Lar, giving i''atli'3r Neptuae -and his .daughter seals. freadfully in a letter. I wo.ukl notice, loo. that boys are to civility from their alders. Some knack of alien- .Neptune's demon, stood on "the of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market I 0 situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. really great and remarkable. An op nortnnity for conspicuous service mi rise once In a 'lifetime, and he is t good who is ready for the occa sion. for generally it passes in A nib But it-is the'littla things tha count in tiie formation of character because life is full of them, and thej come, unobtrusively to all. Afmos every hour of every day the oppor tunity is ready to hand to one who is Jii tine look out. It may be in a casual meeting I-TI he street, a friendly sign of recogni- tion, a cheery word to your office companion who is down on bis luck quiet good-Lemper under proyacation gfentieness in -v crowd, kindness to a child, politeness'..to 'officials and ser- in company, ac- cepting a discomfort to make hings easier for another person. Multitudes of these chances of ihowiug unselfish courtesy arise daily int. it requires watchfulness t.o use hem well. I know nothing more iressing than to see. a lady or an eld- rly man, standing up hi a railway carriage, hardly able to k-aep -their feel, while a young man lounges in his seat, with his eyes glued to n maga- zine, intentionally oblivions of every- body's comfort, but bis own. A Scout, will not, do that, if he knows; -but it is his business to know, and -lo h-alp when hw can. Jill.-in the home liftie occa- sions "conlimially arise for showing courtesy in manners and temper. 1-low can one' make things .easier for everybody? Tbvj home may be i g anything hiii-ag hoys by j-'udc and 'distal-1 il'Kl LI'c immes of the prial manner to them, forgetting that aVboy is acutely reserv- ed, and is capable of-amazing devo- tion to the man wliom be-trusts. Strict dlsofplina'.is ep'nsisteiit with J courtesy, kind'-iess, and qualities are- at, (he root, of sympathy, without which no mail caii possibly attain unfluency over boys, nor will they ever give their confi- dence to a mail with a had, ng.-htirsh which th-ay are perfectly right. finally, as a truu Scout grows into manhood, he will he more than ever carefui of showing courtesy to wo- men. Although law of England counts him an infant. uiHil he is twen- y-one, yet many young men possess it 'eisli'een ihe characteristics, pow- ers, and passions, tlie capacity for de- motion and the iustioet. of "or a weaker creature, natural to a nan. He is same in all lint one strength pf.will for con-j rol and action which is the last ac- liiired attribute of full manhood. It I think, positively harmful to treat .uch young m'i-n as boys, when we de- ire that they should leave b-ehind hem cis in the course of Nature candidates. Those who did nor re- spond were brought in by force by 'i.hc polic-c officRi's. Introduced to Fa- ther Neptune, lie said. "You tooli ick, and had be looke'd after by the doctor.'' Tim doctor then up, and held n hirg-a bottle of soap ami water lo their mo.'iths, giv- ing them each ;i mouthful. Mi; 'Lhcn turned them over to the barber, who ROVAL, MAIL STEAMSHIPS Olives. From Santos we.'.jailed to Monte Video. We landed here oi) a Sunday, find, oh, bow fine those Uruguayans do dress! Tlray proir.-anadc the streets, and bring Liie sick and blimi to the church doors to bes for alma. It. reminded one of the Hibie of tb-j brought to the Temple. From Mont3 Video, Buenos Aires is one night's run. The river very shallow, and at. times the large ocean lin-jrs liav-o hard work Retting up. We lauded at B.uenos Aircj on Aug- ust ,12th. and the were just through th-sir buds :is 115 Th-a city is very pretty, and up-to-date, with electnv> cars, fine' at roe to, though sonic are very row. Hope to able siiortly to give you th'> country life of Argentine, llun- gury, Kussia and Siberia. Vo.tirs I'aiibfiilly, iv. Sec H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Hotel S.S. LAURENJIC LARGEST, hey must) special features of loyliood. and require of ttem that hey shall assume many of the res- onsibilities and go 'forth 'to meet 11 the trials and temptations of their in the glory of a strong, clean, S.S. MEGANTIC EST, FINEST 665 Feat Long IN About Torn CANADIAN 67 Feet Wide TRADE ONE CLASS M S. S. TEUTONIC 3ABIN SERVICE S. S. CANADA The Largest and Fastest Steamers Carrying only one class cabin passengers. The best accommodations .u moderate rates. Unsurpassed ihird-dass on aii steam- ers. REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS Liverpool Canada ................Oct. 7. Nov. -1 Megintlc ............Oct. II, Nov. H Teutonic Oct. 21, Nov. IS Laurcntic........... .Oct. 2S, Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Portia TREATING THE FOREST AS A tROP cramped and poor. Great ireed then for punctuality, .tidiness, and quiet secre vigorous mnnhood. A-nd hence CANADA- MEGANTIC- TEUTONIC would irain -then, for tl.cir nd all our sates, to show courtesy lo _plans om-en, nol only in every outward act, helpfulness. Qr thy home may be prosperous; more-r.eed then to rostrnin selfishness and temper. there anything in the world which so ruins home life, blasts happiness, and shivers affec- tion like a "bit. of Oue hears it npolog-diiciillv said, "it's bis can't help it.'' But. be can help it, aad no one has any right to "K way" of his own which makes o'hers f-ael small or tin coin fort nhfe. And no fellow sa turat fid with "Scout spirit" will try to have it, but rather !IR will mali'3 other people's way his ivay, us fur as he can, even though it nay bo a bit bard. And, OIK.M more, mink what cour- .-esy ran be shown in letter-writing, low a little kind feeling will prompt bo son. away from home, to roiisii.'.'r.TiL-noss, showing itself (o his people. e'-'nry dealing with those who arc abort the tetter, or badly written, itjl'is brot.lvorg and sisters in t.hfs great loes bring finch n flow of happiness family of Cod, of thoughts about those whom by evory instinct of honor, of manlrness, and chivalry, they arc bound lo protect and respect. I know well that many conic otif. of honrss and surroundings where cv- iiuliiceureni of example and pre- cept, is before thorn lo act otherwise. Yet 1 would sity that where lire Scout spirit, has go; a hold, it, will a ynu.ng man not. only to reaped his Own manhood, to raise tone of his compnnions by his example, in holding other men's daughters and tors In honor, as bis own. This is a matter of lite and death, both to the Individual and the nation, ind a ScnutmaFfar will be doing good work for his rouulry. who will incnl- AMERICAN RED STAR LINE LEYLAND WHITE STAR LINE Sailings from Boston, York and Philadelphia to Queens! own. Liver- pool. PlymoiiOi, Cherbourg I Southampton, London, Dover and Ant- werp. Largest and Finest in the World The progress of the conservation policy of Canada, as applied to forest resources, depends uioiv; upon the For estry branch of the Department of the Inferior than upon any other or- ganization. Upon the technical know and executive ability of the of- ficers of the Forestry branch depends j' thf! future of the forest on j acres of Dominion forest; reserves, r.s j as upon flic large area of uon-'j agricultural forest land in Western Canncia, which for the good of the country may jot Ira'set aHide as per- manent forest, reserves. In tidilivion io looking after Dominion lands, the forestry branch is now being asked by Eastern land owners to furnish ad- vice as lo thy means.of ser.uring at. tbo csrlioEl date a iirofitable crop of liinbfir on or The proper a dm in is (.ration of forest lands requires n special knowledge of j trees best adapted to each.region, j of their uses, and of Uig markets. there needed Icnowledgn of the ha foils of all trees, especially of vim mcrcuntile species, so that, it may CHEAP .160 acres im- proved near Kipp Only i cash balance easy W.R. DOBBIN OLYMPIC 832 W. M. McLEOD. C. W. P. A. Main stsect, avenue. Phone .M. corner Mortage (.Mil? on growing boys a spirit of nto sonifi mother's or sister's hear I know thai, the hoy far away Is liinking of them. And kindness and ratltudc will prompt one to reply aa oon as possible to a linn of friend- hip, ad view or sympathy from comparative let friend vhink that he lias written. I'ite in he is not worth mi nawer. l-lven a disagreeable letivr ft itcservea a then take care siatiou. and oven, it may he. of fa flu IT of (hoir shnticred lives, !n olwliomy to the pitiful, be rouritfons." So lei us mako ;IH part of our life-plan a courteous aii with- out distinction, a'.id of ovory agv, unit .shiil! it to iiiost inif fbal "with measure yo mfir. it shall be nwnaiii'cd Lo you again.'1 530.25 LtHiilon iV Liverpool Xow is the time to make reser- vation for Kali anil Christmas sail- Slips, Unexcelled acrom modal ion for Third Class .Passengers. Closed rooms. Large, new. twin-screw ulcnmers. Special railroad fares in connection with ocean tickets lo teuropc. C'nmii'il Line Canadian Service. S.S. Or.t. 7; K.K. "Ascan- Oct. 21; S.S. Nov. -I; S.S, Nov. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New S.S. December 2nd. For further information apply to any Steamship or ftailw-.iy Agent. U. Kidman. General Agent, Canadian West 445 MAIN I be known how rapidly they grow, how I hey prudnc-a saeri, when and under what, conditions the seed KCT- minai.es, and in what way die scod- linss ;ind young trees arc affected liy their surrouuriings. Such know- ledge is gained only by long study.and In order that the new fiocky .Mountain forest resorvns may administered according lo the lat- est scientific knowledge and tlie b-as" the Korcst.ry branch is j now making flfel.iilcii studies of habiis tiic merchantable species of trees on the Eastern slope of IJockios in. Alberta, and lias tent onr of Mir men In of the work lo study the systems of forsfit manaj-e- men i itnicliscd during tlKr past few jeais by Mie highly developed United Stales for us; In the national of Montana. The United States forest f-rs havo largo sums of money and availed themsel- ves of llu- experience of many 111211 i developing plans of hirb do nol. iiic.oinytitsncM the luni- which rnsuro (ho pro-1 tiiioii ami reproduction of Ibe for-1 RSI, and the Cnnad'an Forestry branch j intends to largely by Miefr ex 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 brok- en, well improved; biiildin.ff.s, fence, well, ci't-. rash. For particulars apply lo I lie Cascaden Land Co. A SNAP 1 lots, rornci- of Tin avenue south, I London Road) and 21st slreel. for including lot forty-one feet Terms. The Dowsjey Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bidg. 7th Street ;