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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1920 THE IiETHBRTDGE DA'fLY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Alberta Women and Their the Institutes President of A. W. I. Progreu From Hiss Isabel Noble, president of the AlberU Women'a institute, comes a very encouraging roport of the work .being done by tno organlu- lion. "A'sevontctn week'a teur among the southern institutes has Just been writes MUM Noble, "and 1 can take my pen In "hand wl'.h pleas- ure to report that never la my fire yean' In office have I felt more en- couraged. In all 1 rislted'ieventy-two Institutes, attended ten constituency conferences, spoko to four und women and had an average con- ference' attend'ance meetings of fifty-one.' wreck prevented ray sotting to one meeting at Stand- ard, and it was the only one missed. .generally, the 'clubs are belng'conducted. In a much more bust- nefs-llke manner than was the.ci are more carefully, thought out, and more varied. A wonderful amount of .business H accomplished, and 1 cannot see community that has .once bad successful Institute could over again to .without .this very helpful orfiz .OGICAL ADVICE! Strike at Ihe root ol weak- I. nea it logical advice to'l run-down in vitality. I ScottsEmulsion I nourishes the body, A, tones the .blood and helps build strength. >1 Scott powne.'.Toronta, Oat. zation, for there Is no line of wort considered too difficult to be taken nstitutes are building com- munity halls, cleaning up the iowns, caring for' cemeteries, working tor municipal hospitals, introducing the lot .school lunches, painting and decorating residences, and lurther, not1 only passing resolutions, seelug to It that they are carried out. "The women to' have grasped he Ides that three, important things must gq'vern the successful carrying on of an Institute. (1) Meetings uillBt 30 conducted in approved parliamentary mariner, in 'order to save time, and further because the girls' clubs are Betting a notable ex ample along this and 'none of our women wish' to be outdone "hy the girls. (2) Food for thought must be giion attending meetings, else the attendance Is bound to gradually drop off. -There should be tome definite object for whlc'n to work. schoIarshipBjhaye.been estab- lished this by Fleet, and others In the" conitltuencoies of Stettler, Taber, Bow Valley and Red Deer. F3ve girls will attend the agri- cultural schools at Olds, Raymond and Glelchen, because our Institute women aro_ realizing that our-girls must be educated to stay on the farms. I should like to see this.line of work developed, and look, for the time.when twenty-five girls are; sent each year Bible aid to the Individual In establish- ing right toward the preser- vation of health aud the wise usa ol leisure and the duties of cltlzeaahip, and the .necessity for hard work it oue should succeed! In closing, Mr. McNally quotes from Dr. Sneeden: "A course ot study should be very analogous to the plans knd specifications which an architect prepares for the guidances of build- ers. Supervision follows to see that the. plant Hud specification, however; are fundamentally the general and specific direction under which people arc lo work." New York Times Doesn't Be- lieve it Will Last Newspaper Comment NEW YORK, Oct. York newspapers this morning" devote, considerable editorial space to the impending coal crisis in hut not bno advances a news- paper solution of tho problem, al- though of tho general opinion that-it was brought about by the miners as' a political raanoeuver. Tho World waives the premise thll it U'fin exploit In flOYietlsm, declar- ing it is unquestionably, a political strike not so much to better wages or labor conditions as tc force a change ho charged with, don't know the legal name fer it, In tha park." that's Impersonating an ofSY.er.' Press. cap'n; I caught tlm fllrtlu' lopyrlght, 21st Century WM. WEIGEL, of Seattle, who says he had no anything on earth could do for him what Tanlic done. Declares.he has gaTnid and that his health his 'been completely re- to one "of our Interest laJSP economic policy ot the British government. "It will bo intensely unpopular if It cornea, lino" cannot laat says :he Times. "If at the last moment the strike Is averted, it will be because of the realization by tho men that their action is foolish and will? be futile. The danger at present Is little more'than that of a'.'rump1 strike." The Tribune Jlr. Lloyd George would welcome a strike diver- sion as a strategic advantage to Ma "beleaguered government." "The millions in Bays the who are working their heads off to make both ends meet while demanding that-.; living coots in matters ot education will broaden .community life, aud we cannot tell where the work 'thus' started will eventually'lead. Let others.take up this excellent work. Special mention Is made by Mies N'oble to-'tha-pxtreine' kindness and hospitality shown-her in. the. coureo of her trip. "I want 'to thank; tho [women of our writes, '.'for If: it were not for the fact that they are willing to take us in, I am sure that such' trips, as are made by the secretary, Mrs, Rogers, and. my- self, could never be undertaken." Study..cf the School Curriculum Resolutions dealing with' the pubric school: curriculum usually are dealt with extensively'at any. large con' the convention of the I Alberta Women's 'Institutes, as' at thers: In discussing, subject, members of the Institutes would do well to bear in mind -that. the -present onrse of our schools has been put very horoughly, and is the resulj or the consensus of opinions ot all our lead- rig educationalists, not only of Al- lerta, but of Further, t would be well to .remember that the department Is not only ready hut anxious to receive criticism ol the coy structire given with material stfggestlonB and evi- dence that these-suggestions can he worked out for. the betterment of edu- WINNIPEG RESOLUTION ON FREIGHT'RATES In furthering the desire of the boards, of trade of Western Canada In. haying the discriminations against the west'In freight rates eliminated the .Winnipeg board of trade has noti- fied tho Letibridse board of trade that (he follpvrjnc resolution bas been pass- whereas the cab- inet'in council by its recent de- cision -re.the. new', domestic railway rates no.w in force declared that the wild 'ratff: increase Is wrong and has referred the iwhole question back to tie. Railway Board for reconsideration decided on different principles from those that governed their re- cent- decision what rate Increases, If any are reasonable and just, and par- ticularly .to remove the discrimination now existing between the east and as'it appears to be the Ir- implication of the Cabinet decision that the wrong done should be rectified we therefore recommend that council approve of the ship- pers'- bureau In making application to the boltrd and further requesting the Immediate cancellation of the rates now la force, and further request a prompt Inquiry into the whole question with ot dealing fairly and justly between all parties to the dis- pute at {he earliest possible moment; should come dovin are floue with hold-land that yonr bureau he instructed to up strikes by special groups still. take such action as may be necessary thirsting to prey on the public. They or advisable to secure co-operation are going to smash them" of of trade and pubilc bodies to thia end a 'Suspension of FUNERAL OF PETER McNAUGHTQN AT EDMONTON (Edmonton Journal.) The funeral of Peter A. McNaughton who died of the local hospitals was held from the undertaking parlors ol Connelly and Armstrong on Friday ifternoon at two o'clock. The service was conducted by tha Rev. Dr. Mc- Queen, assisted by Rev. Dr. H. Dicklo of Hobertsbii. church. Interment'was made at the Edmonton cemetery. The floral many and beauti ful, and we're a6v-followa: Revillon Wholesale H. A. McNaugo ton, Marshall. Wells, Ud., Mrs. Me Donald, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Troy, Mrs Roffand and'family; staff of the Rpya Bank of Picardvllle., and Mrs. 6. }l Anderson, Ilohert Burns Lodge No. Mr. and Mrs. B. Powell, The Dob- sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Day, To Peter from Henry, .Mr. ,C. Diney, Mr. ant Mrs. J. P. Schneider, from his brothers and sisters. A trunk. Bald to. belong to a'com mcrcial traveller, was seized at Brock ville station and to contain eight cases of-whiskey. l ILOH COUGHS cation. Before passing on public school curriculum, members of Institutes would .be well advised to secure'one-of give; it care- Mr. E. G. McNally, supervisor of Iiresent freight' rates out the'west 'are withholding all'-'pbs- sible sliipmcats..of grain, accordlng.to information received from.Percy Den- son, bureau of the Board-of Trade. "We have, been advised that many shippers in the weal are Loldlng back on the shipment of all schools for Alberta, Is Very anxious to Mr. Dehison'said 'In Borne cases "I had no Idea that anything on earth could do for me what Tanlac bas done, and 1 Just feel like telling everybody I see about this said Wm. Welgel, 260! Third; Ave., Seattle, Wash., with the widely-known New Washington hotel "When f. began taking continued Mr. Welgel, "my condition wan so rundown'that t could network I was never hungry, and my stomach was so disordered that the little myself vto eat'disagreed .will me. My kidneys bothered me, am the pains across my back were- eo. and straighten up again It would nearly kill me.' I had splitting head- aches and such-dizzy spells at times I would almost topple over.. Then to make I began to suf- fer with'rheumatism. In my legs. I was and listless, was rapidly losing weight and 'strength and seemed to be going down hill every day: "I began Improve after the first few dotea of Tanlac. I seemed to feel better each day ai: t continued tha treatment'. In" a few weeks-I was like a braitd-new man. Now, I hayo a nig appetite, eat anything want, en- joy every mouthful and I don't suffer in the least afterwards. I sleep like a child every night and feel Just fine on arising iii the morning. I haven't a psiri about me, my strength has been wonderfully Increased nnd I have actually gained thirty pounds. "If anybody-doubts this statement, Just them to see. mo and I will give them the names'ot some of my friends; who will verify overy word Of It." r Tanlac Is sold In Lethbridge by J. D. Hfgtnbotbam Co., Limited, Drue- gists. secure from 4ho 'women's Siistitutes" their "opinions''But'ideal of how the school'curriculum can be Im- proved. He has prepared a question- naire, and would be pleased to obtain tho opinion ot the Women's Institutes on tho following (1) Are the aims to ..he attained through the various subjects stated definitely? (2) Should tho course contain (a) an irreducible minimum which should bo required of everybody, this mean- ing, should thero.be. foundation of studies that all should study, and (bl should there be a supply, of optional material, such as supplementary read- ing, which could .be) partially and variously retained by'each Individual; (c) this material especially. Intended for the more giftea wha find their work earlier than the others and who can help to be adapted in some 'measure for tho where perishable involved they must, of course, get tneir snip- ments through, but in the- those shippers who Ptirishable goods the> are only for ward ing. such'goods as they have to maintain their business. grain men and elevator Interests, I understand, are holding up shipments, though the farmerrafe gettirtg out their grain." (3) Should Inure be any distinction between tho courses of study for rural and urban children? It has been sug- gested for rural children that greater emphasis .should be laid on agricul- ture. Should the dlfterentatlon be confined to tho first six grades or In gradei 7 to 9? (4) What Is the time, required by a child of (a) superior ability (b) av- erage ability, to complete the work ot the present course In a good rural scbool! (8) People complain tfisl tho course' Is at present overloaded. .Is this true? If so, what subjects (mould be eliminated v or reduced? Is tlmo watted on relatively useless material In the subjects now included In tho course. (6) Have subject! of greater value than now included been over- looked? (T) IB the course flexible enough to be easily adjustable to varying con- ditions? Is sufficient, emphasis placed on the development of morality, char- acter, and the spirit of co-operallon demanded by our present feudal organ- ization? (9) Does It glvo the greatest pos- PLANS IRRIGATION OF ARID AREAS FROM AEROPLANE RORT ARTHUR, Oct. 15. E. Cole, father of Captain Homer Cole, formerly of the Royal Air Force, announces that he and his son are planning to form an aerial Irrigation company. Their plan is to cause rain by spraying' Ifqulr air, temperature, 344 de: grees below zero, from an aero- plane, thus causing the moisture ,ln the. atmosphere to'conderise. Mr. Cole claims the.Idea will sup- ply rain for agricultural districts where nature has failed, and also Btrve to quench forest fires, WhenYou Travel, Even in Canada carry your funds in. Travellers' Cheques, issued by The Merchants Bank. Personal cheques are 'often refused. Money may be lost pr stolen. Travellers' Cheques, "on tKe other are cashed by bariks, hotels, transportation companies and stores at their face values, and enable you to ready money wherever you happen to Be. If lost, they are of no value to the finder ;-if stolen or des- troyed, they will be replaced without extra charge. Use them for your nest journey. THC BANK Head Office: Montreal OF CANAPA Established 18S4, -.-I-. i ..i_ rxtzr.x CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH. HOPKln Sub-AKcnc7 al Monatch Tueidiyf anil Fridays, MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE'KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 'CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU Have You Made Your Will? Every person owning property of any -kind should make a, will. If YOU. have neglected this very important matter, relieve yourself fronv worry and anxiety by rectifying this oversight, and ap- point us your Executor. BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO'Y LETHBRIDGE OEO, W. PARSONS, MGR. ALBERTA PHONE 1843, ALBERTA 5 per cent. Demand Savings Certificates ALBERTA 6 per cent. Gold Bonds Not What You EARN> But What You SAVE! f[ Remember it is not what you earn butwhat you save that distinguishes you from the improvident, H You may require a little capital to purchase a business, a farm, or a home of your own; or you may wish to give your children a fair start in-life, H It is remarkable howr quickly your accumulate when wisely invested. If 5 per cent, Savings Certificates are issued in denominations of S5, S25 ?100, and and are payable'on demand. Gold Bonds are issued in denominations of and and bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, payable half-yearly, 1st Slay and 1st November, 11 Here you have all the essentials of the highest class of unim- peachable security, high interest return, prompt payment of interest. ,These Bonds may also be purchased through any recognized bank, bond house or Insurance ag'iey (n lhe Province of Alberta. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER, t w, v. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treasurer, Parliament Bulldlnjs, Edmonton, Alberta. HON. C, R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer, A Good Investment 'pHE money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and cad be obtain- ed whenever" required. Open account to-day, an THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPTTAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGB BEANCH-K, Jff. Eeikie, Mansgw. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements and House- hold Effects r A... HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. a L. MAR- SHALL, WHO HAS SOLO HIS FARM, 1 WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AND WITHOUT .flESERVE, AT- THE FARM, The North Quarter of Section 12-8-21-W4, being B east of the White School and 6 miles south east of Lethbridge ON THUipAt CICniBER 21CT COMMENCING' AT 1 O'CLOCK 1 Team Black Mares, 5 years, weight 3000! 1 .Team Black I Mares, 10 Mare, 4 years, 1400; 1 GeMIng, 11 years, .-weight 12EO; 1 McCqrmlck Binder, 6 It.; 1 Doable Sol TVheel Rake; 1 John Deer Walking Plow; 1 Emerson Sulky Plow, 14 Inch; 2 Heavy Wagons, wide; 1 Hay Rack; 1 Seeder 22; 3 Sets Heavy Double Harness; 6 Heifers in calf; 2 Milk Cows, 4 and B years; 1 Pig; 40 Pure Bred Silver Wrandolte Chickena; Solid Oak Library Table; Solid Oak Ann Folding Bed Couch; Small Wort- Case, cak; Combination Desk and Book Case, oak; Plato Glass' Mirror; Mission Oak Dining Room Set, consisting ot Buffet, Round Extension Table with 4 extra leaves; 6 Chairs, upholstered In lea (her; Chiffonier, Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Child's Bed; com- plete equipment of kitchen utcnails; 1 Cream Separator; 1 Daisy Churn; 1 Crock Churn; Brussels Carpet; 3 smali Rugs; 2 Heating Stoves; Oil Stove, 2 burner with, oven; and many small articles' too numerous to mention'. TERMS CASH D. L. MARSHALL, Owner. fETER LAVALLEY, Auctioneer. Care of Dpwsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. A TPTI AM- O A I AUGTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements and Household Goods WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FARM OF JOSEPH RISHEL, N.E. yj OF SEC. ,1 2 MILES' DUE EAST OF ETZIKOM SATURDAY, OCTOBER k COMMENCING 1 O'CLOCK SHARP High Grade Percherons Gray Porcheron stud, 13 years old, weight' Ibs., well broken; gray mare, S years old, Ibs.; gray mare, S years old, Ibs.; team gray marea, S years, Iba.; team brown geld- ings, rising 4 years, Ibs.; gray mare, 6 years old, Ibs 'gray gelding, 6 years old, Ibs.; gray mare, 8 years Old, Ibs.; brown mare, S years bid, Ibs.; gray gelding, rising 4 years, Ibs.; black gelding, rising 3 yenrs, Ibs.; 2 hrowa rising 3 years, Ibs.; two 2-year-olda; 1 colt. One cow, 6 years old; 1 belter, 2 years old; Deering binder; McCormlck mower; Deering hay rake; John Deere gang plow; sulky plow; heavy anvilr vise, hand-blower with nest, post drill and an abundance of hand and carpenter tools; 1 breaker, steel drag, now wooden drag; ll-foot grain drill; 2% h.p. Hart Muir gas cnglno; cream separator; Old Hickory galvanized steel tank; washing machine, nearly new; "Homo Com- fort" stove; doitblo disc; 4 sets harness; set heavy harness.-riearl'y' new; 2 sets breeching harness; 1 eet plow harness; 2 tresses, now; 1 Ostermoor mattress, now{ 3 new Kant-Sag'bed.' springs; 3 Iron cupboard, 2'dressers, extension table, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS; 25 per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit cm ap- proved Joint notes or bankable paper with 8 psr cent on all credit. amounts, or 8 per cent, off for cash on alt credit No rejerve, Free lunch at noon, r C. G. DENTQN, J. A. SMITH, f Auctioneer; ;