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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LITHiHliOK DAILY HERALD, IATURDAY, OCTOBER I, I MM. Good Housekeepers Always Ask For Schweitzer Bros, Bread There's A Reason TELEPHONE 181 'AQt tlVIN MEANS MUCH FOR NEWFOUNDLAND Opening of Paper-Making Plant the Island. T> Don't Forget To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white RestaTir- ant in Leth- briclge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUE FRESH JPRING CHICKEN And also and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from OUT farm. It is for you. Also Fresh Oysters irTseason, any ityk to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. MISS FLORENCE K1NRADE' A RESIDENT OF CALGARY Calgary, Alberta, The Kinrade case, to study law here. Mrs. -Wright played a prominent I part ,in the now famous enquiry, October and another sensation, was caused Grand Falls, Nfd., Oct. event which in the opinion of the de sidents of New Foundland mean much for the commercial and indus trial development of the colony wa celebrated here today in the first o i two 'days' festivities in oonriectioi with the formal opening of th .Northcliffe paper and pulpwood man j ufacturing industries here. Although a corporation known a, the Anglo-Newfoundlacid Develop rnent Company ie in charge of th enterprise, the leading spirit is Lore Northcliffe, the proprietor of the Lon don Daily Mail and numerous other j daily, weekly and monthly publica j In the development of the j pulpwood and paper enterprise here Lord Northcliffe's company- has more than six million dollars and has established a plant that is excelled Jin size only by the paper mills at j Millinocket, Maine. This new town j of Grand Falls has sprung up in the j wilderness in the centre of New j Foundland. It is situated on the Ex- jploits river, a stream which has its j source in chain of lakes in south- i weisjorn of the colony and flows in a northeasJexly direction, i emptying into Notre Dame Bay, on j the northeast coast. At a particular j point in the river where the great j mills have been erected there is a i heavy fall.- The task of damming 1 the river was an engineering prob- lem, but it was finally accomplished at great expense -and an immense power developed. Work was then begun on the erection of a ser- ies of mill buildings. These are now completed and are supplied with the most modem machinery. Hundreds of men will be employed in the mills here while thousands of lumbermen will find work in the timber tracts in the vicinity of Millertown, owned by Lord Northcliffe and his associa- tes. To house these men and their families comfortably, attractive build- rags have been churches and schools, and a library are under con- struction, -a hotel has been erected and a municipal water and sewerage system is in operation. Tt is under- stood that the pulp and paper pro- duced here .will all be used by Lord Northcliffe in, furnishing- paper stock for his many publications. Lord and Lady Nortnciiffe and a which .aroused when she married the man who had j of distinguished English and stood by. her in the middle of her Newfoundland -persons -came here to attend the formal opening of the Boys arid Girls To Enter Either Trades, Business or Profes- sions (By James Simpson in Toronto Star) Boston, Oct. longest inter- view accorded a deputation. visi- tors by Superintendent Brooks, oi the Boston schools, was given five representatives of the Toronto Board of Education who are on a tour in- vestigating technical education. Mr. Brooks set forth the efficiency of the elementary, secondary, and industrial departments of the school system and the. deputation expressed their appre- ciation of the valuable information obtained. The superintendent emphasized the Value of co-ordinating the various de- partments of education with a view to giving the children of such a large citv a thorough education. He show- ed how vocational education had made rapid strides during the past few years and predicted a com- plete revolution ia the methods of teaching within the near future. In addition to the Public scnools the city of Boston has provided a Mechanical Arts school lor boys, a ommercial High school for boys, a School of Practical Arts for girls, and a Trade school for girls. The ntroduction of the- trade school did not meet with any strenuous opposi- tion until the School Committee sug- gested the addition of a department of printing for boys. This move was met with the strongest opposition bv he Typographical Union, and at a or.ference between the School Com- nittee and representatives of the un- on the oarly part of this week the venti- vhole matter was thoroughly ated- show an It is proposed by the School Com-j work mittee to select from sixty .bout twenty who show a special ap- reciation of and talent for the print- of Education that a teacher gets out of the rui when she takes the leave of absence for a special course of study, and therefore the schools and the teachers both gain by the ar- rangement. This system has been ex- tended to Newtonville, and otner sub- urbs of Boston. Trade School for Girls The Boston Trade School for Gkis offers opportunity for trade training in millinery, dressmaking, machine operating, and straw hat making, to any girls from 14 to 17, who wish to i prepare themselves to earn a living. It aims to assist girls who are oblig- l eti -.to leave school and go to work i enter trades where there is a chance for earning a living. The en- deavor is to give them'an under- standing of their wont, a sense of re- sponsibility toward it, and an am- bition to be a high type of worker. It is claimed that a year of training at the school means entrance into a good industry, jetter wages at the start, steadier work, and more rapid advancement. Positions are secured for all girls who satisfactorily com- plete the work at the school. Girls now holding positions secured through the school are receiving wag- es ranging from to 518 a week, and the. demands from employers are far greater than the school can sup- ply. Luncheon in Schools. Domestic science is taught in con- with the preparation of the daily, school luncheon. Emphasis is laid on the value of simple arid nutri- tive food to the maintenance of good health, on economy in buying and preparing, and on attractive serving. A variety of dishes are served each day to supplement the cold luncheons brought from home." For these spe- cial dishes the girls pay fifteen cents a week. The school is free to all iff iWSr For Instruction in DRAWING and PAINTING Go to the CGNSERVATOBY OF MUSIC ART SCHOOL IDA E. BAKER PRINCIPAL Late of Harding Hall, London to a week. During the summer j of this year fully 80 per cent, oi the i students were engaged in the business i houses of Boston. The training given is to enable a boy to manage a busi-i ness and not merely to act as clerk i or private secretary. Through these various schools the i School Committee are working out a i complete system of education, which j fits a boy either for the professions or a commercial or industrial' life, j The development is towards a voca- j tional education, and behind it all is j the economic requirements of the j State. The educationalists are agreed j thai; vocational work has its cultural value and will go a long way to solve the problem of providing interesting studies for the boy who passes out of the elementary school. CLAIM DOMINION IS IN CONTROL girls who attend regularly, and who earnest purpose in their be applied ooys for by any girl irho findg that tbe nc_ cessary expenses of car fares, lunch- troubles. such interest in the east some few months ago, has again been brought before the public of Calgary. Mrs. Wright was seen ..in a downtown j Miss Florence Kinrade, cr as she j hotel yesterday. She -was uressed in j is now known, Mrs. Wright, is in the {deep black, but seemed in vivacious city with her husband, who is going j spirits and in perfect health., tow11- It will piay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. with us. 242-28 Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Lesion for October 10th, 1909. Can you trace any rule by which j need false evidence to strengthen its _ T, mi, TV, 4. God was governed in performinf New position, and if not, why not? Paul a Plot. Acta T 7 f to miracles? Verses was the plot about Golden will say of the Lord j -which was' formed to bring He is my refuge and my fortress; my i'Paul's God, in. Him will I trust, Ps. j Is it possible that these forty men Verse showed the fairer i with such a murderous intent, could spirit toward Paul, the Roman chief think they were doing God's serrice? Captain or the Jews? If you had to be tried on a question j V j "ilf-n, of religious doctnne basing your you Verse-, 16-24-How was thii murder- Plot frustrated? How can you trace God's hmnd in as clearly t, Mf had been don. miraculously? (This question must be answered in v .it. i t. I writing by members of ths club.) Verses What fault can you find, or what can you commend in this Claudius Lygias select, a is, or a. committee Verse was it, in P; opening statement, which caused nt tun high priest to have him slapped on the month. j Verseg ju3t When Christians these days process much under the ioving care of God, to live all the time well pleasing to; and %vere his best interests being acrr- God, is it a popular testimony with; ed as i{ he had bsen at liberty? average Christian people? I Lesson for Sunday, Oct. 17th, 1909. Why did the high priest object to j Paul a Felix. Acts Paul's profession oi having lived in 34 all good conscnence before j _________ Is it possible, and is it the duty of every Christian, to live all the time "with a good conscience before Verses either pope, bish- op, priest or parson, acts like, a de- magogue, why should he not receive the" treatment due a demagogue? Lesson for October 17, 1989. Paul a Prisoner Before Felix. Acts. 24. Golden do I always exorcise mys.'lf, to have a conscience void of offence toward God and to- the fact that a bad man is j ward men. Acts on the bench, or at the bar, or in the i Verses a high priest., or i a distinguished preacher, has fallen j away and espouses a bad cause, how should he b.- estimated? pulpit, secure fop- him the respect of food men, for the sake of office, or of "the Verses Paul saw the spirit of this Jewish Council, did he probably change the style of his ad- dress, and if so, why did he do so? When a jury is packed, or preju- This irian Tertullus was much in the position of a modern lawyer, can you conceive it probable or possible, that he could be a consistent Christian and yet hold a brief against Paul? diced against the prisoner and there) If a rich unscrupulous man has is no hope for what is the law suit against a man, why should well known good Christian lawyer not accept the case for the prosecu- next best thing for the prisoner to aim for? Paul's defence was clearly the truth jtion? but was it the truth? j Will an honest lawyer, or an ad- Is it always wise or right to tell the vocate of any cause, use false whole truth? j clenco to gain or advance his cauie? What was Paul's real crime, from j What accusations did they bring the gtandpoint of this Jewish coun- j against Paul, and what part of the cil? i evidence, presented to Felix by Ter- What was the difference between tullus was true and what part untrue? belief of the Pharisees and the Apart -from the morality of lying, iSadducees, as to immortality? i what good, evil, does a Ik- accom- What good reason is there for the j plish for the liar or his cause? belief that the soul will live after' death? What did Paul's tactics result in, besides dividing the enemy? Is it always or sometimes true that "when rogues fall out honest men get their and how did it work in this case? Verse God generally time His Tisits to us when we need Him defence critically, and see if you can find a'ny false state- ments and if so, say what they are? Contrast the compliments paid to the governor by Tertullus and Paul, and state wherein Paul- excels, both in truth and in skill. What points did Paul urge "in his to the accusations against him? What so called heresy did Paul ad- mit of? What is today "heresy" and what is What is implied in "having a con- science void of offence toward God and toward men" and how can such a condition be brought about? How does Paul show in his defence that the heresy they accuse him of, is the' Jewish doctrine which they have forsaken? Verses was Lysias, the chief captain that Felix wanted to examine, and what part had he taken in this matter? Verses did Felix send for Paul? ng trade and give them the element- xy the art of printing -ith-a view to placing them in the, rinting offices of Boston. The course n the trade school would be three cars, and upon their graduation hey would enter the printing offices s apprentices. Superintendent Brooks stated that the School Committee had no desire to conflict with the work of the Typographical Union and that he ex- pected to reacb an agreement that would be approved by union men and employers. In limiting tbe number of students to twenty each year he thinks tbe union would withdraw its opposition and would fall in with the scheme providing they go into the printing offices as apprentices. The course of printing would in- clude art designing, estimating con- tracts, and all that had to do with the successful management of a com- posing room in a printing office. It is thought by Mr. Brooks that a boy will make a better apprentice if ba receives this special training. Weigh and Measure Pupils. Tbe School Committee have also aroused considerable interest this week in the development of a scheme to weigh and measure Public school pupils three times a year, with a view to reducing sickness and disease among them. It has been ascertained that previous to serious illness chil- dren cease to grow, and lose weigkt, and it is expected that with a care- ful inspection, such as'is proposed, a child vv'no shows symptoms of illness be given special treatment that will prevent sickness. The inspection And Ontario's Power Act.Should be Declared Unconstitutional cs, etc., make it impossible for her to attend the school. In connection with the school an officer has to inspect the factories and workshops of those who apply for help, and if conditions are- unfavorable the girls are not al- lowed to work in such places. After a girl-has been placed in a position the officer keeps track of her, and if it is ascertained that she has not re- ceived fair treatment from her em- ployer he (the employer) is placed in an unfair list, and the school refuses to supply him with any more help. If an employer deals fairly with the girls the officer will report the mat- ter to the .school authorities, and his applications for additional help are duly honored. The attendance at this school is greater than was anticipated and al- ready the building purchased for their accommodation is-too small. The girls attending the school are from the homes of workingmen who receive the average wage. For Practical. Arts. The School of Practical Arts, for girls gives full opportunity for the development of that type of students whose talents lie more in lines of do- ing and expressing than in lines of acquisition. Tbe course of study is academic and industrial, and demands four years for its completion. The academic departments are English, History, Mathematics, Science, Ottawa, Oct. sub-committee of the cabinet council, composed of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Hon. William Pugsley, heard today the arguments of F.-H. Chrysler, K.C., J. H. Moss, K.C., and W. M. German, K.C., M P. for Welland, respscting the un- constitutionality of the electric pow- er act of the Ontario legislature. It was first, that the acts were unconstitutional in purporting to give the electric development commission to -creSate private electricity from water in the Niagara river, said to be controlled by the Queen Vic- toria Niagara Falis Commission, un- der authority of Ontario charter, when in fact the control of the river as a navigable and a boundary river is vested exclusively in the Dominion government, and second, that the pro- ceeding acts were therefore uncon- stitutional and since the assumption by the province of the power to start Cakes and Pastry Are as good as our Pipe Jr Jv-O City Bakery ROBT. SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. competition against the electrical de- velopment company in which mill- ions of British capital were invested, v.-j'jr.i unconstitutional and. -invalid, and detrimental .to the public credit of Canada as a whole. The legal points involved in the case were presented at considerable 1 -ngt'h and the government was ask- ed either to veto the Ontario legis- lation on the grounds set forth or ulsi? to allow of an appeal being tak- en to the supreme court to test its legality. Tlry were promised that the argu- ments would receive considera- tion. of Stove Where it is Easy to Turn French, German, Art. trial Department at The Indus- present offers these courses: Dressmaking, Millinery Household Science. The course in household science ofierfd to girls who will be carried on by one of the pro- j dfsirQ to make an study of fessors of -Harvard University, who is particularly interested in the phy- sical development of children, and the result of his investigation will be used as a basis for future mcnts along the same line. The in- spection will not cost the Boston School Committee anything, and it is expected that- the willing will require a number the home from the standpoints of sa- nitation, furnishing, decoration, and care. The dress-making and millin- ery courses aim to give ideals, taste, and skill, which shall have money- earning value for the possessor. The pupils attending this school are from the homes of the well-to-do class and arc pursuing their studies to oflicienrv in the man- No reaching across a hot stove and over steaming pots to turn direct-draft damper on Sask-Alta. It is placed right at front of stove (see illustration) where a child can readily operate it. Sask-Alta Direct Damper insures your arms against scalding by steam, and fingers from being burned. But you get this feature in any other range. It's an exclusive Sask-Alta improvement. cerelv investigating the Christian _. ligioa? j Only children i-ntrring school at flVn I of The affairs of the homo. from the person of Christ, j years of age will be weighed and !The arl work '-applied to paintings.. what are 'the chief things which Christianity stands for? (This ques tion must be answered in by members of the club.) What is Christ himself the embod- j iment of in his personal character? What made Felix tremble when Paul urged upon him righteousness and the judgment to come? Would Felix likely have become a Christia'n if he could have kept on in his sin? Verses part does mon- ey generally play in preventing suc- cessful adults from becoming Chris- tians. When a man trembles on account of his sins, does that necessarily add anything to his credit? What was .a besetting sin of Felix and how would you size up the char- acter of any man that -wants to bs bribed to do right? Lesson for Sunday Oct. 24. 1909. Paul a Festus and measured. It is not proposed to in- spect those who arc already attend- ing school. Improving Teachers. The deputation of Toronto school trustees and officials were greatly in- terested in the teachers' vacation decorations, millinery designs, dress patterns, and all kinds of embroidery, while the business course is applied to the buying and selection of fur- nishings and the preparation of foods. Despite the increased accommodation provided n cf-nlly the principal of the system, now in operation in the Bos- schoo! ha's turnrd hundreds of pupils In what guise or ihape did the Lord appear to Paul, and how did ipeak to him? There ifi no "way to take the mira- out of the New Testament without destroying it, now in view of why did not God res- tue Ptul, in this instance, as he did from the priton at Philippi? Verses a good cause ever j Agrippa. Acts 25: 6-12; Chapter 26. Our Constant look." One hundred in Six YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITWH TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Admit in Southern Aitxrta IN WESLEY CHURCH ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My Lift Tor Another ton school system. Teachers having seven years' to their credit are air lowed six months' leave of absence j to pursue a special line of study pre- i scribed by the Superintendent of Edu- cation, and during their absence tnay arc allowed half their regular salary. When they have served twenty years they arc allowed a year's leave of absence. In carrying out this ar- rangement the School Committee saves money, and the teachers are given a relaxation that they appreci- ate. The occasional teachers who take the places of the teachers who have special leave of absence are paid and ;i ifiupst for a larger The Mechanics' Art In the Mechanic has been mado School School for at the rate of 52 a day. The of the seven-year teacher is salary therefore the School Committee con- sider it a good move to grant the leave of absence. Teachers who take advantage of this offer must asrree to teach three years after they have taken the special course, and it they leave before that time they are com- pelled to return a portion of the sal- ary received while away. boys no attempt is made to teach tbe pupil a trade but a thorough el- ementary grounding is given in the fundamentals of industry as supplied to wood turning, pattern making, toolf making, forging, and machine work. Many of the pupils passing through" the school enter the Boston School of Technology to take a course, in civil engineering. Others follow the trade of -the machinist, molder, pattern maker, wood-turner, or blacksmith The instructors in this school arc men who have held mechanic's posi- tions in the city industries, and have received very little academic train- ing. Some of them receive as high as a year. In tlie Iliga School of Commerce for boys a special training for com- mercial life is given, and as part of the instruction the pupils are placed in business houses during the sum- LETHBRIDGE AGENTS ,'ve out of town write us." It, is Claimed by the Superintendent mcr months at wages ranging from There's not a Flaw In K. or Tub of 9 One is Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. AUr.y other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in jetting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. Always, Ewerywhere, Jn Canada, ask for EDOY'3 MATCHES. ;