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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIH. LETHBRITXJE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 NUMBER 254 Raymond's Agricultural School, Modern In Every Particular Is Located fully-Equipped For the Train- 't Young Men and Worn- i Have Every Staff Heads Term Qpens at End of the Month. (By F. C. Steeie.) "The Schools of Agriculture have been established specially to 'give to son and farmer's daughter that type of education will.better fit them for. ih'etr business In life, that of agriculture. The main ob- ject of the instruction in these schools 'is to- give the student s'iich knowledge and practice as will enable them to make farming a_more_profitable occupation..In the preparation of the Course of Study the Bojrd of. Agricultural "Education ha't. kept'khe practical end in- training of men'.fo'r-'. the" actual practice 'of f'a'rmtntj nevertheless; it has not that'' agriculture as an'art or and that Is highly Important .that the nisn engaged in farming todayx should have a good basis of training In science." --Hon. Duncan Marshall. Minister of 'Agriculture.- Thus Alberta's-minister of agricul-j practical; progressive and clear-' 'Tlsionedj sums up .the aims of the system'of agricullural educaliori in this province: Wllh this lofty Ideal in .view the Raymond School of Agrle- nllurs will open.its doors to students' en" October 29lh, commencing Its init- NEW KATES NOT LIKELY TO BE ALTERED DURING OTT-WA' Oct. the railway .board this morning It was slated that there Is no possibility of.the railway rates (luestion which has been referred hack to the board for further inquiry and consideration being reviewed until the return of Chief Commissioner. Carvell from the west at tho end of the month. On his return, It Is re-, garded as probable that tho telephone 'inquiry will bo first proceeded with as it practically agreed at the close of the Ottawa hearing that this case would be'takcu up uext at a meeting to be held in Toronto during tho first week in 'November.' In view of the necessity for further inquiry: under the terms of tho government's reference back to-the board, it IB not regarded os probab'lo that there will be any disturbance of the present rate situation before the close of the year. Coalhurst Strikers Agree to R (By F. C. Sleele) NANTON, Alia., Oct. land sale Candidate Carries Keenly Con- tested sidered Endorsation again at about 2 o'clock to" c'piivinue their flight and expect to reach1. dark where In come'down'to re-fnel The distance covered this nirjrnlrig'vras approximately a'fjd! tie flviug time six minutes. On his nrrfval Col Leckie stated thai' most or. todaj's fljmg had been 40 mile au hour wind, and that-below Montreal they had en. f c'ountere'd both rain and heavy fog The machine made a' beautiful landing in the Ottawa river where the'aviators were rniit Siy Col. 0. M. Biggar, chair- man of the Air hoard, General Owat- kin, inspector-general; Col. J. Scott, director of civilian flying; Col. Red; path, Secretary J..A. Wilson, and other I officials of the board. Another "-IS miles of the ]ourne% is expected to be made between 2 o'clock ind dark, when, after .re-fueling -at Nortk Bay, the plane will continue the (iiBht to Sault Ste. Marie audfto Winnipeg. 'On arrival here the F-3 was re-fueled and inspected by the air board me- chanics and the aviators were brought In a motor car to the city for lunch. Col. Leckio slated that the machine hart behaved beautifully but wonder- ed that, in the crash of the Fairey at St. John, one or both of (he the machine hart not been killed.1 LONDON, Ocl, Asso claled can- didate. Fred Wise, was elected in the bye-election at lllford, rendered ncces- savy by Iho death of Sir. Peter Griggs, involving over was closed here, p Tno rcsult of the today, one otthu biggest deals in farmjtook ol, September 25, 'was an- pfoperty reported In the province this today as follows: Fred Wise, year. J. II. Garbutt sold to Waller unlonst, Jostph King. ,nch, comprising a J. Thonipson, Liberal, 1 iirovcd for (85 an _ 1___l_ SIR EDWARD KEMP BETTER TORONTO, Oct. Edward Kemp, who has been seriously ill for some days was last night reported to be recovering and the pressed that he would able to leave his room. Heed his homo ra1 scclton highly Imi acre. Mr. Garbutt has been In Nanlon for eleven years and. is a very suc- cessful farmer. Ho came hero from Mount Forest, Ontario. RAYMOND SCHOOL Of AGRrcULTURE ONE TON COAL RATION I.Y.S'N, Oct. went on a one-ton.coa! ration today and residents whose bins wore envpty, found 11 ,lo. maite applica- tion to the health commissioner before dealers would supply them, The election created much Interest, particularly ns Mr. Lloyd George, Iho ririmn minister, wrote.the government candidate and said ho was fighting against the forces of unreason and un- rest. Throughout the campaign Mr. Wise argued that If he was returned victor It would mean lint the country gave George a con- fidence In his fight against.the .na- tionalization of industries uflyocntcd by the miners' leader, 'Robert Smillio, In thp early days of the coaj crisis. OF MINTO I'LACES PURE BKEDS'ON HIS FARM NEAR N ANTON i NAKTOX, Oct..' Earl of Mtnto.recently brought in a notable contribution to tho blooded :6lock of Southern Alberto., Ho has placed on his beautiful aero farm six miles west nf Nanton, a herd of pnro bred sheen and a herd of registered Short- horn cattle. 'Tho farl has plans un- derway for one of the most up-to-dale farms in thr? west, PREMIER MEIGHEN CHANGES DATE OF WINNIPEG MEETING OTTAWA, Instead ol speak- ing- at Winnipeg on October Prem- ier Melgheh will mako the opening ad droas ot his tour- In' that city oh' October ISIh. He' will speak nt Slaffordvlllo, East Klgln, on.'Tuesday next.. TRAPS-WHAIBi ITBi Nt VICTOniA. B. C., ga Joe" JlcOIlt, tho tirjfr. whaler who plies his trade on land, has iad a most successful season, some- what to the surprise of experienced vhalcrs, Recently the steamw Anmiral Watson, which touched here '-.eit< onto lo Seattle, cf.rrled two car- oads of whale oil.ani half a 'car- oad of whale nkln.from Joe'a plant. Other shlpmenls soon will be In readiness. liciuga, who operates at Cook let, on Beliiga river, where there is tide, stretches a net one thousand yards-wide across the mouth of the river. -The lower porllon of the Is anchored to the bottom; and along the upper side .runs a froni shore to shore. When the tide is coming in-it fills the hoao with thus sinking .the upper side of the net. so that the whales are able lo swim info Iho river. When the tide Is full air Is pumped Inio the hose, bringing the top of. ttii net to tho surface, trapping th.6 whales.. As tide ebbs iarga numbers of whales are leftCtrand ed (n Ihe flats. ;