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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE E DAlbY HERALD KHIOAY, UCIOLSEH HlDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 124 tUi Street Soyth, 'W. 'A-'BOCHAN'AX and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager at the present time enjoy their resources, v.'hich, in the eon- j It1 trillion that they will loss out in the Do You Know? I Member Audit Bureau of. Circulation! Subscription Hates- Dally, delivered, per --S Daily, bj mall, per year..... 8.CO Dally, by mall, for 6 moa'-ha .4 Dally, by mail, j months 3.SH Weekly, b? mall, per year l.S'J Weekly, by mpli, per year to 8 they deny to the West. The claims of the prairie provinces I! In respect to the natural resources should be considered apart from the I'Uims of the eastern provinces. When tlio natural resources uro restored toj where they properly belong compeu-i for whatever losses the provinces may Incur In the process rli'jutu fonn a separate claim, to lie Jealt a separat? issue witiio'.u it bolus brought la conflict with the uemands of the prr-.iries j This is the only logifitl solution, and Kiag should I) happen that he bo in :i pooitlon to deal wist a problem to females in England? which has long been the concern of1 3. What Is the population of Ire- the prairie provinces. iland? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is ihe Houso ot LorettoT- 1. What Is the "Naked 3. What Is the legend ot tho Lotus; tjters? 4. Why Is the peony so called! o. Who was tho author ot "Rule and who composed the tu'.ie? C. What are Tide-waiters THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS _ i. i. in, reseiiiatl From when do tha English ...j disagreeably through the whc4e bulla- lag as Is the -In less Bchools. The experiment tilted with gas and electric connect- ions, hava special porct'lai tanks Ma.- ported trom'Kngiand. and lae'topi tra covered.With an'iUne, maWnj ...them. acid-proof. V.': Library and StudyjRoom. j To-the from Iho cheaurtry rodnVls the-library and general rtudjr room. This room has abundant day- light and at night Is Illuminated by a 150 candle power. Indirect electric light.. Three hundred aad fifty vol- umes, standard works on every snb- iect connected with, the farm and home, Industrially and socially, are BOW on the shelves. Here will also, be found, the'leading farm journals, rep; THE PFjICE OF .WHEAT j-' 'L The-El.ump price .of tad (ho-fluctuating state of 'tbe'liiBr- let, now that fixed prices have been down, away with In tiio doing away pf.the Wheat Board, places the use- fulness of that ..board in moro th'an .spine 'had: reason loaay'.who Is in Ireland date? Whit Is the population of males THE NEW SCIENCE 4. What Is the number o( persons to tho square mile 'In England and I YVak.j, ScotlanO. and Ireland? 5. What was the date of the big rthe realm ot science the least! "re which followed the earthquake i in San -Francisco? 6. When was Ihe first "Intel-nation- dcvelopraenlhas been made In lug aud 'solving tholjuysleries of the greaV advances havo .the, jiast quarter of a century. 'In his-presidential address; 'delivered recently at the meetiu1; ot al" football match played In Loth- bridge! ANSWERS the: British: at Cardiff, Wales, Dr.-' Herdmau, Professor of 1. From.the close of the 12th cen 'In the census of 1911, the males Oceanography In the University ol Liverpool, brought out many interest- ing fe'atures'in regard to tho science the.-Jean .ond of of the sea. The address Is ._whiie..the_wheat specu- only of interest to the fisheries i latof-Jn :the trend of {events will. geH of the British Isles but .it ,rc-j whatever :bene8t; which'may to the fisheries all the world numbered and the females 3. Ill the 1011 4. According to tha census of 1911, England and Wales 61S, Scotland 160, Asfa'r ascan be ascertained tha from the 'price of :wheat' when change in .rul'li'is- xvlthitno -and demand. The pHce'Of-whe.at Ing the' demand an i supply in determining the value of commercial -arlicles.- "The sup- ply.. as a plenti- ful, and this conditions is made the more ty the position in needy farmers aro get Imlhediate cash for their wheat to th'elr The .who t 1 iser: out 'lawful liabilities. lias to sell is. -a Jos; spnUb-.the posllirn he the Wheat -'Board was in jlis more fortunate brother who can afford 'to- wait, and so can hold back hia grain until .the market price is tetter, from tha. re flex -of tho In nrice through the relief in 'iion, i's in an enviable position as compared to the farmer who Is forced _Vo. Bell. Had Ihe Wheat Board been in cScistence would not he this and each farmer wonid havt received whatever -.benafl v; came from the revival'-in; prices. over, and particularly applies to the with which Canada is associated. r'Something we. know approximately, ffljJftVDr. :'Herdmnn, in rogard to the completely. We know that the greatest depths of the ocean, about aro a little greater ibk" 'the highest mountains on the d, and Sir John Murray has calcu- ated Jhat if all the land were washed ownTlnto the 'sea tha whole globe vould he covered by an ocean n'ver- girig'Sbout two miles In depth. .We distribution of temperatures, good' of the bottom-of the' first took place In 1SSS.' (Continued from Front Page.) horse barn and judging pavilion, wil Js. occas'ioued-by- the. epecd f: la tor andslhe k pVjuestion -golh'l 5jlnto. fact'reinaiiis. that in th' .case of rise In tha wheat, dm .to the law ot demand Supply, I) .tie diminishing of suppli ;'.-lt is not th3 farmer but tho speculate-' be enriched thereby. Thi IB where price of when 'as it affects the farmer pinches. ,'y In the present state of agricultura in tho west, and taking int tho lean seasons whlc Vjlt has been the lot of the wester ;-fanner to come up against, it is-very i 'much to be debated whether the doin i .away oi the Wheat Board was a polic i Of true wisdom in the economic wel- fare of tho country, in tho bearing It v has on tho basio Industry.' ot tho on which to an important es- the prosperity of the whole de- be pared for a Plans are also pro house for the newspapers and govern i... The slea- Former Ciareoholm Man Was Victim of an Accident in Seattle ographer have charge o! li- brary. V- Ascending another flight of .slain one reaches the top floor. the beautiful, spacious auditorium, 50 b'y 32 feet, greets tho eye. It Is.a lovely, pleasant room, ideal for student-body assemblies. It Is splendidly llghtwftby the infllrect llshtlnE system, infill full Beating capacity, and wired tor a motion picture machine may be used to illustrate demonstrations, etc. Flanking the .auditorium la a -sevr: room, 28 by 25 feet, a home nurs- ing rom, 23 by 25 feel, a small class room and a general office. (An Inter- esting point in the sewiug ts'the'fa'ct that each girl will hnveiter Individual sewing set and a drawer In which to store It along with terlal. t. The Hoors throughout the building are maple and the finish native birch, The balls'may be cleaned by washing them. All the doort' are fitted with panic locks which allow tha doors to opari with presure from the Insiae, This Is a valuable arrangement In case of fire. A-motor-drlven fan system oj ventilation-Is used, insuring bbhtifraalls' the entire bnild-' (Qrom Our Own Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Oct. towT. and >urrouuding district were shocXed to hear of (he accidental docth Of John Miller Undent Mr, MAY OUUEK MEN OUT TO FIGHT FOREST FIRE WEST "OF CLARESHOLJt UP IN PASSING F O.Il T H, B B U S.Y MAN near ol tna accidental uoctn 01 jonni rt innilfM Her who was formerly the Eiiperin-! I'nlll U uflljft LU LIU ideal of Sawn work at claresholnv ;AU Vf .1 I li it V Miller moved away from Clares- UniUUnlUHLI lull ISIS; holm last -winter going to Seattle. He employed by the'C. P. H. in bridge.' construction.- Tho E'ng on which Mr. Miller was working was ployed in tearing Jovn a bridge and! just at the. lima that the gang were leaving their worfe oiie of the top coy- pillar striking Mr. the head, killing him instant- ly. ahlpped to Ciares- holm and the was held from the Methodist Church on Friday. Much sympathy Is felt for the bereav- ed fsmlly.- -Mr. Miller's father, mother anil'ona brother W. C. Jllller, reside at Claresholm. (Specie! to The HeraM) t CLAHESHOLM, Oct. may1 turn Into a very bad bush flre has started west of Clare'sholm i't tho.head of what-ls known as Honey Coulee. Tlio Forest Ranger Is on the job and Brantford. Ont, has a population of It is understood that jneii will be or- 3J.7S6. Oercd out from Claresholru and ly today to fight the lire. On account' R; Emblcton, laborer, fell from the of the manner In which the are nsht- Dlnth floor of the Marshall Wells ers ware handled at the last bush fire Bundles at Edmonton and died from there 'will be considerable-, trouble, his1 injuries when the-.men are ordered oat. ;A-, _ .Rev. Father in. J. Gibaey has been 'compelled, owing to re-1 llntiulch the position of incumbent oJ tbe parish ot Alllsion nod north AQ- jala. ing. v Blaektrnlth Shop. To the main building !s another tahrlsomo brick and cement Mructure that houses the blacksmith shop, woodwork room, and boiler. ;lt Is a building 40 feet by 120 feet, and pareu lor a uyiiruins uuuac iui f favnant hands, and one other residence The floor Is of td be occupied by the principal's tarn- Tlie-blacksmlth shop Is f.tted with ex, At present the school grounds are ither rough, but In a'-'tewVyBars the rathe: whole.property will in a lovely, ga.rden-spot .adprnei; wirth art- istic lawn's, He'dgea ajid trees through which cement "walks of the different.bulld- ceanlc currents. We know a good ings. The Itaymond-School Is forlun- :al about .the organisms floating in having on its staff an expert horticulturist who will have charge o! 'this' The main building Is' a handsome tructure 103 feet long'57 feet wide aad pO feet high. It IB brick with the pleasing atlas rough finish, walls a. EOrt .of stucco, ef- :ect. Ths rool is fitted with asphalt shingles making the building practic- ally fire-proof. The main entrance.is on the west the building looking down Fourth North Street. Simple, sym- wlmmlng in the surface waters (the and also those brought ip by our dredges and. trawlers, but he region 'that Is least known to us, both in Its physical conditions and also its inhabitants, Is the vast zone if intermediate waters lying between ,Ue upper few hundred fathoms and the bottom.- ...MACKENZIE KING AND NATURAL RESOURCES Mr. King, tho Leader ot the Opposl- tion, during the course ot his cam- ,'paign speeches, referred to the natural for the Province making his "promise that should he be returned power, these will bo restored. the opportunity Mr. King de- .Biros come to him, the 'people of Al- ..jhcrta will not be wrong In having tho '.-hope, that he will be, sincere to a prac- Isiue in what he has said, when ,ihey are mindful of the promise mado Sir Robert'Bprden when'he was the West at the time he was bid for power. :That promise has to this ;day it must-stick something ot "politician's promise" in lit failure to .to acled 6ri. "T The by Hon Mackenzie King Is one which will be received with much welcome In this -part of "Canada, and, with his policy of a low tariff, It nttnnes llsell to the sentiment and 16 the'wlshcs o( tho people of the prairies. From whal the long dcr.iccl natural re sources are restored to their orlgrna.1 owners, to that party will the dwellers .on the prairies be Indebted. Tho Issue of the natural resources has teen trilled with too long. There have been attempts towards settling the question of rightful ownership, bull ariicui if i i h le re st the state .ma'do b'y' Dr.- Herdman that we little of {he ultimate.causes of yaflitiona In the abundance, in the in the movements and in ihe qualities of tho-fishes of onr coastal even of the best-known and economically most important of them, such as the cod, tho plaice, and salmon.' Ho rolerred to the floating of the sea, the food for marine animals. There is the minutest of this life, which awakens to exiatdnce li the earliest spring when thevwater Is nt Us coldest. After pcrslBtlng for a few weeks these may disappear as sud denly as they came, to bo followed I by copepoda anil many other kinds ot minute animals, to be followed again In the fall by a raailmum of These plankton, as theyi are generally called, are found less ntthe warm waters of the tropics ami more In the cold waters ot the ocean, hence the abundance of flsb in the northern seas. As the plankton mi- grates SQ the fish migrate, which ex- plains Ihe abundance of fish In cer- tain localities in the sea at certain seasons of the year. There Is something In what tho Pro- metrical 'spiCidas It-is-.aumirably designed to meet every reoulrement of the institutipiv; It will house. Generally speaking, .tlift'l girls will occupy the south side of the.Vnlldlng and the boys the north., ,They-wiU en- ter and loavp .through' dllfereht door- wayj. The 'basement accoramodates the laundry' room'in which the girl students' ure'taught -how to wash cloth'cs. and If fold thjm prop- erly. There is. full equipment for laundry work, electric Washers and irons and ironing boards. -Adjacent to the laundry room and loading from It Is the girl's poultry defnonstratlon room. The mysteries of the poultry flock and yard will' here b'c made clear to tho .girls equipping them for this ploasani and profitable phase of their future housewifely duties on the farm. Cheese and Making ThVblnckRmlth shop Is fitted with hauit'fan's for carrying off the sm from the twenty forges that will be used in the instructions in this .dfe- partment. woodwork room-will have a large and up-to-date equipment also, which.wtll enable the boys to tain knowledge by. pclaal practice of tho principles of building find This portion of .the forge room wllrhe de- voted to stock judging as the llvestoclt pavilion will not be ready for ik preaching s.chool year. This building also has a "lavatory. and wash-room arid two small offices. J.'ir Steam heal and hot water'are Bap- plied from-the boiler 'housed' in tills building.-'Oiff generated from 'a of gasoline, yaterh Imported Aznericah manufacturing house, wlll.be jturalili- ed'thB'-Institution for demonstriitlan lurposss.'X'scptio tank takes he sewerage from buildings and the principal's' home. Electricity :ii Ellison Soulh of the two principal Instrup- ,ion and adminlstfalion' ciilldmgs are ocated the cattle barn, 40 .by..86 feet, a machine shed, 60 by 20 the principal's residence', a modern, .8; roomed A Mprlerri Barn i1 Ths barn Is strlctiy'modern In everyK which Is such as to furnish the neces- sary, standing required ;for admission Into the Faculty of Agriculture'in the University of Afherta. The. aim ]0f the Department ot Household: Science, as explained In the calendar, is to train young women of tia province to become practical homemakers. The' course covers a period .of twoi sessions of flvo months. The work covered Irf-each :year Is along trie same lines, the only differ- ence being iif.the'.a'dyaacbd nature 'of the work..In the' second session; In ad- dition: tb'the'' home-maker's course, wjll be laid on snb- jecfp'that will equip prospective teach- rs! 6f'domestic'science. I- .The School SUff. The teaching staff of the Raymond school as'now constituted is com- posed of the following: O. S. Long- man, B.S.A., principal and-Instructor iri field A. DeLong, S5.A., Instructor In science; D wpod, instructor. In farm mechanics; Miss Jesse I. DeCnerre, Instructor In home economics; Miss Winifred Buttabv, Instructor, in home.econom Nanton Man Got a Tidy Little Sum For Very Usc-ful Invention (By P. 0. Sleele) NANTON, Oct.' story Very Rev. H. T. rector of SI. Patrick's In St. Johns, Nftd., had been elevated to the see of St. George's in succession to the late Itlght Dr. M. P. Power. The new Bishop ot St. OcorpeM of Colonel E. M. Henout. of Montreal. As a result of prohtblllon In the province ot Ontario, three of the seven provincial jails havo been closed and the prison population reduced from to about according to Brigadier W. H. Prasor, of tho Salva- tion Army here. In an Interview at Toronto. The three Institutions clos- ot ed wore tho old Central prison here, Felix Dunn Is one of the interesting (ho jail at Ouelph And the jail at chapters iu the history of Nanton.. Whltby. Felli was a good-natured i' mechanic employed In a Nan Ion gar-: Havlng 5erved on the start of the age a former. LethbrrJge .university of Toronto Faculty are satisfied'to'stick there. gery, held In conjunction with the of- 116 said ,little _and dreamed much.! flces! o( Burgeon, chief1 of'service, But he'vitalt2e.a his dreams which Toronto GehcrM and St. Michael's the tningthat counts.In this story. He 'Hospltai and consulting surgeon, HOs- worked'on, a patent for an autoinobue, pltal for children. an ol! p.rid gas saver. And, after 1 months of Fells produced ony j that worked.' j He had the invention perfected al- right, but.Felix was no salesman, so he 'demonstrated his patent arid sold some cash, and now Felix' Dunn Is enjftyirtg his well named fortune ori the' coast.' S. B. now of Nanton, and Alex. Nesbitt of Calgary, have the sell- ing rights; to: tho Invention. .They are being turned but at the rate of Ics. Instructors in. English and math-1 650.it'day Toronto factory. Of- emattcs, animal hhsbatidry, dairying, flees havo been opened In Toronto and fessor says which emphasizes the im- portance of consideration, being given to tho ar.ulcu.tu.a.ot the sea, or, at is termed, agriculture. This is as susceptible -to scientific On the north half of the basement are to bo found .the dairy room with comploto apparatus for cheese and butter making. Separators, Babcock testers, chirms and cheese-making equipment will be grouped about thi room. This rdom, like the rest wil be supplied with water, both hot and cold, electricity and gas. Tho agron omy room, 50 by 25 feet, is also on this floor. This room'Is fitted with tables, drafting boards, and drawer: for samples of grains, grasses am soils. The remaining floor space In thi basement is devoted to -a small room for grass and grain samples, and twi beautifully tiled and modtrnly equip- ment rooms in which are the shower accom- feoultry and veterinary; science and home nursing are not announced at the time of'writing' The. social sida of school life will byjio'uieans'beiiiegloctedi-Soclalii and lectures wllli.be arranged :every week. Prominent s'peakers will be-heard, In; eluding. Hon..-Dunctn Dr. Buffalo and further expansions will bo mado 'Bhortly.'.Mr.'.MItchell reports. Lieut. ChaHey Kerr, also a welt- knqwn Lethbr'idge man, 1s ..with the having ,thej .selling riEhts. In New. York Slate.'. SON OF B. C. KILLED president of ot Alberta, II.. A. deputy minister of'. Dean' Howes, of'the faculty-'Of agriculture', and Our Own Correspondent! others, residing in. and .as nrrangernenis are Albloa, ;New anuoiiricmg the ct.: made'from''time' cidental death' of John'.Dragon, son of given to-'spbrts'iifid phys- Simon .old IcaJ cultrireVand'aUogother tho sludeht was received yesterday, at School of Agriculture IB tkSuVad of an all-round development, morally and intellectually: It is an institution that" aims lo train the mind, the heart and the hand, de- veloping trial-type of citizenship that goes to make up a strong, progressive, contented pation. Make Your Decision MASON RISCH A piano Is nn investment for a docido.without careful Irtveslisation.'; glad- iy'welc'orno aro sure you'll say with us: "There's none Ijetlor-than.a 11., no matter what ybu.'pay." particular. .Young Dragon was k'llled by, ft' run- ft way'-; 'which .he was'driving. John Dragon will' he'.'re'membered bi' i baseball -players, ss ho. was active1 member-of-, the, Ipoil ,ball te'am last year.' He was twenty years of age and had. muny.'lrlends.amonB the younger men ,01? tho. town.; Jllst modations, isnt south siife, one for ladles .on the the other for gentlemen. as agriculture In means being found Here everything Is spotless and white. Paper towels and litiuld soap for the cultivation of the marine pro- constantly be at hand. The shower duct which forms the basal food aro of very typo fish, the fishing industry will have, doubtless wlll.be one of the moat- much to gain. It has been shown j Prized features in tho onliro Institu- tion, up Iho stairway, all ot that the Common edible animals of tho- shore may exist In such abundance that an area of the sea may bo more productive of food for man than a similar area of pasture or crops on land. AriulmiKurc scientifically car- ried out will tend to make more cer- tain the harvest o! tho sen. As Dr. Hcrdman puts it, the fisherman who has been In tho past too much the and Hip not indeed the devastating become In the future the semen farmer ol ihc sea If his harvest to ho leas pro- carious. Perseverance appears to tie becom- ing n fast habit. the'results there has beei) in fill tho appearance of halMicartcdness. has h'e'ert )lo Btro'ng practical clfort made. The matter never liecri conslifefdii' on Its own" merits In relation 'to, the.pralrte provinces. Other Issues .have been taken Into con H useil to'be tho Ixird .Mayor's ban- jjow j( is lhc which nrQ of concrete and brick with slate slab steps and bordered with a handsome brown stipple, ono'reaches the first floor, 'All the rooms' on this and the top floor arc literally flooded with light. In fact, a noticeable aclcristic of the edifice Is the abund- (if ilpht by tne numer- ous wimloivs. On this floor arc located the domestic sclontio room, a general lass room, tho chemistry room and store room, and tho principal's and ttonosrapher'n offices. They are nil l Tl.o i flrst-clas bam Is there. _ concrete mangers; to, the' Utttherforrt ventilating system. floors are cement covered with plank, The south side ol the barn.will be used for the dairy stock, likely it'tietd of pure-bred Jerseys, while the .north side will commpdate the herd .of Aberdeen Angus liecf strain'.' Seven box stalls will be the homes'- of the' blooded horses until the horse-barn Is built; An automatic litter' carrier will carry away tho refuse, insuring cleanliness of quarters for the) animal a. The roof is Bell-supporting. -The.loft is an Im- mense place and hay and fodder grown on the farm. An elevator will be In operation between the two floors. The barn H related light gray, pearl gray s, brick red on the roof. The effect IB very striking. Tha work connected .build- ings will Considering the Inclement weather with which they have contended the contractors have done remarkably well. The school Is credit to the pro- vince and to the town. Raymond iroud of tho Institution'. The furnish; iigs are especially goofi, having heeri made In the government mill at Ed- monton. Local Contractor In Charge The contracts were well distributed throughout the Bros Wilson, arid Leth bridge, were the main contractors ind C. C. Potter did the rower house Dopew, of the electric al work, and Ross Bros., also of Ed monton, wero awarded the contract for plumbing and heating. Tho paint Ing wns done by James Harrison-o LclhbrldEO, Ward of 'Calgary, did tha plostorins. and Harper of Medicine Hal, did tha brick on the. power house.. These were sub-contracts Smith Bros. Wilson having the main contract. N. A. McKellar rjf .Raymond was tho superintendent .'of construct Ion. belonging .to "if yoaihuve a job, keep It." This Figures: compiled .show; that there B from the the advice -tendered by heads nre 28.000.' less men cnvnioyed.In hlcago employment agencies, who re-1 troll than thero were on April 1, clue. I io slackening In automobile industry. science room Is suppl.ied with the very latest equipment, Including, individual gaa stoves. Kach student will have her place and drawer iu which her uten- sils will ho. kept. In tho dining hall moilnl tables will be set and an oc- onsionnl luncheon or dinner served In order to givo tlio young ladies actual practice in arranging tho tables, plac- ing the guesls and serving Iho meal. The chemlalry room Is a large and nlry one. Leading from It is a storage room for Iho various cheinlcals. On Tho Lord Mayor of Aesford arfl chcm been arrested under similar circura- irrits to the value of Tho chem- stances to l.ortl .Mayor M.icSwiticy. Ic.il lahoralory la well supplied with Shall wo soo him frying to emu sidtratlOn, siich'as the tlaifiis sml oh- the fast of hla lirothi'r of Cork in c Jeclions of the eastern "lio is convicted? f'imo closets so that when the student f-xperlmenllng with foul gasca the The two courses offered at Srhool of Agriculture at Raymond may iiivM6u i viz agrlciillure and household eclonce The rtsrlwitturfil course aims prlraar lly to he practical, embracing work In animal field husbandry and .farm mechanics', Due allentloi .will also glven-'to-. Instcuction ..in farm management, farm book-keeping agrlculturnl 'ha< t'jrlology, .an English. The aim, ,as stated In In Introdiicllon to this article, Is t make practical farmurs of .the, ati dents. Augmcntjng thu regular, inslf.U' mcmbors-ot-the tchool stai will be special lectures by authorltlc from tho Department of Agrlcnltur and the University of Alberta. A tw years course la offered, the sattsfa tic carried out through lory completion ,ot tho work enlltlln kcc of spreading the student to the Associate Olplom% jrt a surplus of lahor. Stylo Booklet free to any ad- dress. Ask us for it.. KHSON RISCH, tiro The Balmoral Block Home of .trio Vtctrola" ;