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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LCTHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Page 7. for it by leaving your; order with us Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also arrange for putting on and fitting 5th Street S, Phone 763 lONEER 1UMBER CO, ISthiStreep. Phone 1063 it Lethbriu'se N. Tiiber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresaolia Nanton Granum Cannangaj! Earons Kipp Jet. BEAUTIFUL SHRffiBS. bi the large fine Siirub s that are .perfect lyliargy on 'the. prairie and" will getting more "b can tiftthe very can send you a selection of twelve varieties, ".three.-, "years old; tliat will ._' "all' bloom" this coming summer, and all >3yill- -be :Wiegelias. ries. Q three" feet high, three years value -Tils express cujLrges pre- aid to'y our- nearest express special For 30 :days only of Place orders early Valley Mirror PRIN. GORDON REPLIES TO CRITICS fiiSEGKETARY A LETTER (Kingston Standard) "In the Kingston Daily Standard-of a recent date there is an article claim- ling to be from the Ottawa Free charging the authorities of Queen'jsr j university with 'having forced Proles-{ "sor, Marshall to .resign his position" on- account of his having held certain opinions ,on public questions ing written certain articles. Permit me emphaticallJ-itcTdeny ..the accuracy, of this statement. ._. "Queen's University is as tolerant of free opinion- as" it 'has ever "been, Gave; Away Private Commu- nication Between Ontario Ministers has b'een a deal about the parliament oiuljiinjgs Park "for some .days, over letter v.bioh '.escaped! office" of one.o'tno found Its paper, Le one or-two oiher French- and does not attempt to treat any of its professors nianncr describ- ed in your article. Prof. Marshall was-, at perfect liberty to-hold his 'a_ letter written by Hon. W. opinions upon public questions.. to minister of erred, 'however, in his excessive in-1 educAftpn-vgiving" a synopsis of a con- sistence upon those opinions in which Mr. Hanna at class-room. Barriiarwith-Bishop Fallon of-London- "For 'instance, having, prescribed, as ibi-lingual teaching a subject for an essay in English.'.lit- in .'the schools of Essex county, erature the question to indicate that Have a He criticized-most, un-: was strongly. opposed to fairly the essay-of A studentj who of the TYench language tered from -Mr. .-Marshall's it- P re vented' children of French upon this subject, .Ms criticism "acquiring, 'an adequate .being .-wholly and violently directed-] Knowledge of'English and has fanned -against .the opinions expressed, .and controversy 'on not-'dealing in a with' the .style, or should have" been the ,7 L- J Provincial and' City" Licensed. conduct .sales1 of iny. kind at any place .in Alberta.. .Special ;tb. Haying sold my, furniture: businessroitJjliiC Street, my office ,the-present will be at the :WiLSOJY FURNITURE NORTH Phone.! i of his criticism. L.'.. "The-student protested-in" "letter': to the;, and whe'n-1 ibrought: Ihe -matter to .Prof.. _" 'Mar- snail's ".notice, he' felt" aamit that" he should not have pre-' child ;Offender has-until the last few source of perplexity to -police-'courts. The old pun- eye- for "an eye 'and a tooth, was constantly-held" culprit'and judge. The child was discharged' :or committed. The either ment-.of in the child to evade the-results of wrong doing, and.; a-, recognition.-.on the part of those who interested in the welfare of children, of .the inadequacy or such a system to inculcate the principles'; of -reparation and correc- tion.'- The -probation system is an out- growth of this need. At the present jiidse treats the child m ich as a school" teacher a pupil who niade an error in arithmctiCHl calcilia- tioa and is required to work out his No Disordered Kidneys OR A WEAK BLADDER IF YOU TAKE A FEW DOSES OF FIGPILLS All-Backache and'.Distress .from Out-of-Order Kidneys or Bladder Trou- ble will vanish, and yo.u will feel fine. Back. "Painful -Stitches, Rheu- ymatism; Nervo'us Headache, Dizziness. .Sleeplessness. Wornout.. Sick Feeling aad .other symptoms of Sluggish. In- aotfve Kidneys and Liver disappear. Smarting, .Frequent Urination and all Blander Trouble ends. FIG PILLS go ru once to the .disordered Kidneys, and Urinary System, and com- plete a cure before you know it. There no other remedy at any price, which v-'iil effect so. thorough and prompt1-a as a 25c-box of PIG PILLS. Only curative results can come from taking PILLS, and a few. doses .mean clean, active, -healthy. Kidneys, Blad- and no Backache. sale at" all''first class drug stor-; 25c a; box- or five dollar. problem again The judge has 'before him-a: report-'on the. home, conditions ;-surrounding the child and contributing, to a delinquent. The sbown why he must make reparation.. 'He is giv- en' to understand "that; there is. a. high-1 er principle at .work than' .what .he probably considers a. species of re- taliation. 'He is not sent back old conditions, as formerly; but is placed under the supervision of' a" probation officer, a clear headed, sound -hearted individual who volunteers' the ;boy a" friendly take, an .inter- est in his" work. his. companions, his amusements. The probation officer is willing to advise .the boy .when he stands in need ot it, to 'warn Jjim of i tne consequences "of persistent delin- quency and to see that he, is .deprived of privileges' or otherwise "punished according to his offence. in nearly every case -where'children have come under the. influence "01 pro- bation, they have immed- iately, and according to the .'reports of probation officers' through, out -the province, have 'become, all, and in many instances more than had been expected. wnich had- died down .Whitney, who has :.t on. the in- handed out the following; 'statement: v. Wholesale and Retail Pri rices lowest TLr r I hp r 1 llv 13th Street N.Lethbridge rading Co. O Phone 794 Hon. Mr., Hanna j -bv Rev. Father -Kennedy, "t 3. meet "bishop" Fnllon-. .aiidr.fhough-t it -well -to the.subject .of an .essay :a; 'of -the interview to political topic', on.which" he had CfjncuT.ion... ready expressed his' a-copy and; opinion unduly affected'.! ot- ,thc Hon: Dr. Reaume, his criticism .of': the Tnis the of public works: The latter. MORE POWER ll SPOKANE I Spokane, on L. the .ower "ac-ailable there is :only for In addition to this 'plant. the city pays abtmi'-i .Sjiy.'ftlkv a- :yeaT, -tc, paper plant about nine miles east of_ Spokane. Members of council- cdmmitiee, before ;w4iich, The superintendent of neglected cftiidren. cails for volun- j teers from every city and town in the (province of to--act in the ca- pacity of ".big' brothers" to the mis- chevious children vvhose" misdirected energy, if not promptly steadied by a firm friendly them into the ranks of confirmed criminals. A'meiy-rh-e per cent, .of our child de- mrormatioii a lisLbr the'.preiuitsms re- become honest, industrious and in ev-ery way desirable cin'zcns. The Office o! tTie Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now On Redpoll St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done OB short totlce BAY- AXD GRAIN FOB SALE PHONES: sented connection ions, and'this was not of. objection to his to -his .unfair criticism, of student 'who differed from his, views. "On repeated occasions, however, .frof. Marshall allowed his ppinions- on "puolic questions to treatment of his students, and '-it'-can, hardly >be wondered'at that hejfou'nd the relations between and some of his colleagues affected b'y his use ,of the classroom for the expres- j sion of political opinions. J "Frof. Mai'Shall's .views on the Can-: adian navy and his articles o_n the Canadian West were not considered jby the university'authorities.-''They jwerc not criticised by them, still-Jess were they made the ground "of any unfavorable conduct .towards" him. There has not been the slightest ef- fort to press Mr. Mars-hall out -of-our ranks, and it is absurd to speak -of'his being 'persecuted and hounded and driven from the university.' When hej left Kingston last April to accept an appointment in the Northwest during our college vacation, he gave, "ra'e !to understand he would return ibis aut- umn, and I expected him back..'until within the test few days. "The charge that Queen's Univer sity 'silences, gags and muzzles' of its professors as are 'to have opinions of their own' is as I'ar removed from truth as it could well 'be. and vdiile it would not for a moment be credited by anyone famil- iar with, the university, it might pos- sibly do harm where Queen's is not sufficiently well known. "D. 31. GORDON7." TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A-passenger train-with'900 DouK, nobors on board, ieft Manitoba for B. C. _ Capt. Walsh, of the C. P, lines at St.. Jolin. N.-B., said'-that there will be of steim'ers be- tween St. John and; Argentine Republic. ,WilIMake Hair Grow Vj Every up-to-date woman should have raaiant hair. There are thousands -with harsh, faded, characterless hair, who do not try to improve it. In England and Paris' women take priUe in having- beautiful liair. Every Canadian woman can. have lustrous and'luxuriant hair by-using SALVIA. the great American Sage ic, the Alberta Drug and Book Co. sell? a large bottle for 5.0 ;cents, .and guarantees it to banish Dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp in ten clays, or money back. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS -fcterboro has collected for us church chimes fund. James O'Keel'e's-cow fell down a weil at Feterboro, and was drowned. The Canadian Klondyke Mining Co.. or Dawsoa, is constructing a largg gold dredge, which will cost it will he the largesfin existence. Robert Carlisle, oC Vancouver, sui- cided at Victoria. B. C. He 'had much cash in his pockets and a 'arse bank deposit. Tapes tines were imposed at Co- balt for illegal liquor selling: J. Zan- Sani, Anders., and P. Hastings.. and costs; L. and j costs.; i E. did to see a Galicisn Wddiittg I wah'out fight, so he hii i wit'h a beer boille. Two months in jail for John. Ketused a night's a tramp i set fire- barn" of VaMey B. Fvii-j lerton, at P.irrsboro, X. S.. which was j totally destroyed, as well 113 a vacant! house next, to it. 1 aud given out to o friend in'Wsi-' power, to generate be Mr.- Maisoavillc" confessed his "guilt to two members of the cab- h'is services have been dis- pensed .of. Fatsie, "B. C.. harl an arm and les: broken in being, the -bottom of a tween -arid- horse power electrical energy, if the plans pre- setiied'by Armstrong, pres- the board worts, are adopted- the council. U .is pur-_ posed' thai ''c.p begin work before the close of the-year, The city owns a horse power pmnpinp plant, a short distance j a private corpym-Lmu aim power. This expense: the of' the ,'munieiijai plant say, and besides thou'sands; :bi dollars would, be ;saved yearly, "to .consumers by the tc them. "Another item '.would- ;be ahe -'saving of the -present water. right'onitU'e kane river for manufactui-iog said Mr. ATmstrpng, "and a-i once put -an end to -the controversy with t'ae Inland Empire', Pajier -Gom-paoy, a concern.; backed by Minnesota- and .Wisconsin capital desires to a -.wood pnh> consiaeration, are iir-iavai-.- 01-.larger plaint and are it construction" of a power, aud -purapic .station that will also: eta Die. the'1 sell ligh't and- power to.. consumers j cost, or about 50 per cent, leas tha the present charges. plant is adequate- abo'ucv said W. Shaefer, njember. of the council, "and, as Sp kaue. is growing ac a rate of froi to -a it -is only-question- of a ..few. months when. shall have reached the limit with 01 present facilities. We need a-largie pl.unr at oncei" Per box of ;