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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUK LETH BRIDGE DA1IA HEIUM.D. w, Relation -of Municipalities Oocial NOIED mm O. H. Marnoch, LfthbrWse Boird ol TraiVst a recent Edmonton convention) Eevera) ol the Horns on the iramme ol this convention deal with Ihe relationship ol municipal bodUi 1 to other lactors In the llie ol oui; province. You hive discussions your klnihlji with school boards, ami on your connections'with the gov- erning bodies of rural we are going to give a llllle time now lo one or two phiees of our relation :o social lite. subject very much nfslfct- duties to the people who ccmo trom somewhere. TLal Is rath- er a curious here Is the ei- lilanalton ot it. AVny back In ihe early eighties all ihat there to see at the place where the thriving tlty ol Lethbrldge now siandi wit the llllle village ol Coalbanks. uutlt to accommodate the miners acJ the olliclals connected with the mines. These people came from various parts ol the some of the One of-these great wmuion lasts I ihat lies beteVe the assimilation lot the peoples wto bave'.touie 10 Jii, 'at our invitation, Iron! all parti of 'turont >l> Invited these people here-lor a soll'sh end: iltelr aasclt. They came I here like all of us JU-ind you must Iriuieiuber thei we are rcilly all lor- ickncri In Canada: the Indians lire the abcrlglces-we all came hero tor the selfish end ol bettering our condition Maybe, however, there while we had In mind our material condliion. Iliey hoped to belter both their material- condition and their civil condition; and It Is an open i Question as to we have help- 'ed lliem lo become evil persons; cll- I liens ol our country'. This anyhow Is sure that we have missed a deslMhil they could have given lo help us lo become civil persons; 'or urnnv ol them could easily prove ;be our masters in ol Ihe I Urts; many of theci are highly leal- that we hear lllllo ol; many ot. I then, are-sallied In tapestry and MR. 'ugnin Montreil. Lents- 1 have' lived nYf ihe only I hivo.ihown .re-the people-who MEie'-lroa some- wherc-- aid I want to 3ay mat loose'of them' w'tio proved to h! the poorest cl'tfcens knaihcypooresl-peo- ple to do bvlBlacss-wllb, were those who professed' to; have forgotten all about their native, land." Soma ol you no doubt nptlced the Secretary c! Slate Vald in' the House of Commons the other gardlng oiif" alien population: "As to those horn in enemy countries: and who have In recent years been nat- uralized in Canada, and those who though horn In. European countries not geographically within Ihe enemy's domain, neverlheless German Austrian sud TurMstT-blood, kin and language. I _adajf-and i Ity One ol the laults that we 'cause the children peoples i to'develop Is a disrespect lor their roTenls- thev are tho worat ot our Canadian manners, and deride tie traditions ol their .minv ol vibom .Bplendld. and too good to be lost to Inemselves and lo us. -tt'e cerlalnlv want them all to learn English5 byl we 'want th4m to do tha f0 Ibat shall all have the same ttoeins ol communication; we cerlaln IT do not want them to lorget al ia'boul the, lands they come. Irorn, fo that would be 10 dlEcouragc in them lirhat we cherlsn in ourselves as a 1 virtue Those o[ 'us who 'came .rora 'somewhere' In Drillln remeiD J7 Scott's ivel thora a with soul so dead never to hlmsell bath said __ This is my own. my native land. "In my opinion, no other medicina ID the world is so lija InHgiSlian IvvasasuuercrfKmi these coraplainlsfor Eve yeari. anJ my sedenUry; tion, Music, brought about a-kiuA ol Inlcslinal JfraJ- cthts, belthins "gas, drowsiuw after and Pain in tlio Back I tricJ pills and medicines of physicUni, nolhinghelpedme.'Tllcnlwisinduccd to Irj- and now for sis months I luvc been entirely I advise any one who suffers from Jorrible trouble-Chronic Constipation nitli the resultant indigestion; la iiy surprlsedot Ihe jreit bencfi you Trill 1. nOSESBURG 500. n boi, 6 for trH ?ic At alldethrsor sent postpaid br Frui Limited, OtLair- (prCUCO SfliJ It a stlsma attached loihu ease; Ihls led to another member ol Ihe coitlereiiw Ihe renunt (hit there were'evidently some pwpla still "oslslde ol hould be It there be ace lu laVIng treatment (or a ease ol the brain. It should be equally dlssWul W "MfA (or boiStlv ailment; we reach thU ,iege It will surely deprive 0I some ot their main tonka and lustetd ol your beloi ablo o yoursell a hero lor h.vluE un dcrgone an tor apueudicltu alllhat sort o! thins; will become et1 ol ineulallf in reKaru iu ui detective people, there Is no doubt that much ol our eipenslve umrhlner> for dealing with offenses against the Is occupied lu endeavoring to deal u-lth elects ol which mental de octs are ihe cause; lor Instance one ol the, regular st the i.rovhicla jail sueuds about twenty months out every twenty-lour 1" confinement; a Is no sooner out than he Is m gain. Sui-n person lor his own ood and certainly for the good of the ommuntty should be laken careot crmauenllr. and iiermauenllj segre- Mailers such as these should n-age more ol the attention ol such bodies as this than they do; and we bould tho causes ot such effects and deal with Uicm on the.groundor economical management alone; to say nothing ol considering onr responsl- SlltllcTfor dealing will, them from ha ooint ol view ol the general wellbelng rfourpwil-families and those ol-our ellow citizens. II you .will keep the conference n mind and try to bo present at Ils meeting next year at the Unlvers Is In Ejmonton; you may learn somclhlng Ihere and even telorc thai timo by Sing the report ol Ihls year's Pro- cecdlnEs which will shortly be nub- llsbed. to enable yon to begin to cs tnblUh belter relations towards our Boclal life in Alberta. Edison! eek! A LL OVER this continent; trfe'many marvelous of greMMJ invmtor, Thomas vyifl be Honored man week. _ ...i__ ____ the'storacc battery, and' ihe silts'within this country, ibis portion Dl'our population has, all things con- conducted Ilsell satlslactor-. -W'hen'ypil consider Ihe slock iihlci -iiiu have IDQGC- Ihii splendid country and It this pro- dunflto province to nno thlnkltttr, ns those ol us do who have Jived all our live, hare, that Canada Is our own, our native land. ,11 is shaneful to haTe to record tha have relerred to, at lust now lhan perhaps you are prepar- ed lo give. 'As a community Ve not so cog: nisant as we should bo of the enor- mous oipensc to our province In ear- ns for mental diseases; the instttu- Ion at Ponoka cares for no lewer than hundred patients, and the current annual-cost Is {1SO.OOO. II if be the case Ibat some ol these diseases ore hereditary it Is essential that we should take all reasonable steps to se. that.the dangers nre, visemenl measures lor the supervi- sion of our menial defecUves with, a view to Segregation of '.proven bad eases, and tie provision ol legislation (or the prevention ot marriage ol per- sons EO It may be nec'essafyihere to drop a 11 the con- Vulcan.' Oct. 20.-The Advocate 'k Informed that Ihe Non-Partlsan pollt cal league has. definitely decided to run a In Ihe Bow River fed- eral constiiucncy. Just who date will be Is lo .He decided by the ol the league for tnla dis- tricl at Ihe convention to be he a In Xoiember. In else Ihe IB held In-December Among'those whose names been mentioned by members of the as possible fBiidldates In this district are' O: V. (TOnV) McPhcrson Vulcan and T. A.'Dryant, cf Lake Ms Qresor, W. A. Jloore, Barons. D Trelo Gleichen, first otrthe A; Irvine, o Ceteors-: .-v 3-103 :L The man who gave us The a Si "i. Edison takes more pride and'pleasure from his1 perfection of'ihe of music than from any of his other achievements. He has sent ihiriy artists louring ihe land, giving "re-crealion in direci comparison with their own voices'on ihe' Nsw Edison-to prove that you cannot tell the rraf voice from his rt-crcithn. I 000000 people and 500 music crilics have been convinced. You will, loo, .when hear it and we urge that you honor Mr. Edison by hearing his favorite invention in cur store next' week. .boul S2.000. WE ARE-LICENSED TO SELL THE NEW EDISON.-. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., .so.' lobe, the tadithit'Tro hafe been jvr In people who h'avo- come to" Canada Eom'ewhat strlkins; -fy certainly Jn the'duly :ol abtorblngrpeoplB who end settle there la that li eBjenliallyidlflerent Irbim' tho last ot absorbing-. people lh'B.trwo so out to go amongtt.-- Think dl Ihat lisl wonderful 'achievement ol our 'people In binding to us onr sworn enemies In South 'Africa; remember the'-'splenuld help that'came to us -ipmuneously from General Botha tud-Jils iritn. who oilj a [eyf years aeb'5veTe flghtlnB onalist .111; and keStWhat that great soldier and still niJter ila'tesman QMeral Smnt, said to' the. memb'erf ol to'-fl Parliament the other diy at a banauel given In his honor-J'Vriiaa 1 return home 1 shall be able to tall Ihe AlrfcaVthat 1 sira been-'ra' celVid'hy you not tai H cillICE attention to tha deplorable slate ol our neglect ol the social wel- ol nun: Enellsh-speatlng flraen ta Hw dlrtrtet north-east ot nardly enyone bl to some, portion at ta It in cRy..tqwn or v Aa a sood'many.rt thi people In at- tendance at the recent conference came' rroaiV raral commnnltlel, we spent a .aiound the Unlver- sltT firm was natural that some qneslkrai he asted as to what cosomed to fled unit agricnl- Cinderella ol a sirEngci, but slmpij r ol eODfrasl e'ur altitude to pecple whom we actually Invited to come among BE- and -Ac shall resdlly tw new far short we .bate (alien (it Ibe proper perlormesce .of our duly and of the eicresjed In till n- lolnUon: cuuitience for to faTite the governtnent goTeraori ol the "o-U to the present .__ ot the Faculty ol! Il our flXMg-. oi tha pe-o-; ingji.Bltabsi aole-] rtlo SOTaicflon and sale ot a asjiectfl of our- nafloBal kfie. -floameoiie recalled -.the other, thit'-lartra I.tebis once saM "ClTiV lia'tipn U. power; and power m ,'simewhat -typical Oerrnan delral- tkm; and that Riiskln replied -Civil' tullon Is the making ol civil per- rift, of muufcipel goronors Is really at wwt icinraUni'-ln'tha maldng a< paroona, gpod. cltlzcni. a conforehcn al Edmon-, few weeks talhirn bvar "I -ihlJ: aame- Important iiblirt; this latlvtiftii like yonls, io he an annual event. In 1915'the meelldt was. ai a cogfarenca on rural loanershlpi nanv of wider .UnlveKlty the qiojt- i. .v Cor nclal leadership. 7ou aritt-ot the dllcusslons. Sat urailr at la< llrst conterence th tapfoveiMBt at the lite ol rura WM thi main toploi nn a ol.'iiat thema a gl'M h conUlned In tils d of a cerlalii .country village there .are y itaio go taM'jsf Ihat plc- .Inre ol onr Wettetn lo.wns and u.n- fltylnV; tgency. ,We are divider! In churth our 'Ifie- our pplltlLM. llie. Each little facifdn ol the community; arbnnJ in Us lltfle eddy or wfctrl- rpool'and theref Is no unity, hence no organlie'd'conimurilly anil no accomullihraenC ol any 'MnmAn _ .1 I rfn'd" rAeww ti rr firm. also re- that Ibe leaching englTfeerfng shonld be a sub- ject In laylstregiuiJ to InrBTma- lira Irrlja- o'q and milM 16 be. iieni''biJl'.lt.cwAWy does look lo n a new board ferncrrt bi< been appolnled, wliicn contain, certainly the namei ol most estimable t.ut lour ol hem are lawyers nnfl a doctor. Our brer.d und butter In thft province oi In ngrlculluic, but our lead- ng educational InBtltUtlon has no ill-; o tuppirtlng Influente j irum any ol our Isadlns agvlcullur- raid no more b'Jilr.eis man ban any guialni! folce In Its admlnlitra- tlon. II this convention Uilnks that Ihls atate ol tflairs Is not desirable. It might do tome good II yon on record your I-ellnrs In tie mailer. Just BO Ihst you rasy nave a lurtber eeneral.ldea o! the HUM ol Ibe confer- enc'evj.-a :rcsoiiiuonv establish a nepntment ot reconsmic-i tlon nnder ft triUbtor ot the crown to deal with orobleni ol reconstruction the war, ;lp give special atten- tion to: rehabilitation our return- ed soldier! In civil; (b) Tbo health, The co-ordination of the public health, educational arid social lle.i In'fiur1 Tirloii! provinces, Tint covers wWe groun-J, Irat It li "and lo discuss IU btttlan would take more.of your tlnie Owes its Comfort, Warmth and Wear to Detailed Care in the Making Thorough sorting, washing and Pressing, of Stanfield's produce ihe. cleanest, .material tliat can possibly be Used lor underwear. Stanfield's. secret process Jakes jTshnnk" 'out of (fie wool in beiore it. goes to Ihe Imitting _' Expert cutters fit Slanfield's Combinations ahdTwo-: Suits as carefully fits a The finished garments are again, thoroughly and rinsed'in distilled wftter. Then particle oi "shrink" has been for standard-, frame, .ensuring perfect fit. v Stanfield's Elastic Inwl pulling or binding, and give delightful freedom. for Free Sample-Book over'n dozen wcigtils and (rbm lightest Silko (o the heaviest ribbed gockls-Idr Out- door r A V Uiw r.-s yOFTflETlallr Jtd Btaek-UK-IB STANFIELiyS L n TRlIRO, N. S. ;