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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Pally Herald. Satiii'ciay, September FOB 6 room cottage on Kailay St., tfprth Ward, close inj-water, furnace and electric light; two One-third cash. and 9 months. t Two good 5 room cottages on Rachel St., water arid electric each. Terms very -Largo 16 room house and' stable one' from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant.if desired. MONEY TO have 8800 to loan on good security, l, 2 or 3 Interest at.10 per cent. WE rent in all parts of the city. Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High For the past live years -we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right prices. _-' We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that, .have been Alberta -tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- .eties. that .will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and P'HPLE BER- BERRY (best of splendid hedges and are perfectly; hardy. We can ship you'a line HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protei> Uon 'is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE ail items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting or. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to -these things. 'Remember OCTOBER is THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. .-No trouble to price your Send for price list now while you think of it. MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA Supt. Chadwick Gives In- teresting Information on- the Subject At the request'of the Herald, R. B. of Edmonton, superintend- ent of neglected and> delinquent child- ren has- contributed another article on the matter of providing for such children., Mr. Chadwick says: j During the past thirty years the care- and training of the child has ea-' gaged -the thoughtful or, thinking men, tne world over. It. is now generally recognized that if- ev- force, V given wholes environment, ince 1909 an-d is possibly one of the roost mod- -be mentions ho almost-! I entirely cut off.- .The -cost of savmg. a child; and turn- ing the current "of its lite into an av- enue of happy self-respecting- indus- jtry is said to Oe less than two per cent, of the cost of providing for con- lindxng. out the things to just as -important, the. things not "to -do.- Since the-. inception -of .the Act. in 190y, something over one hundred an-3 twenty-five liaye b' een rescu- ed from of and ne- firmed criminals, and good people are and placed Vfoster over springing- -up everyw.n-re' to advocate jfive-lmndre-d cases'-have been investi- :u1 secure.- for (gated by the various Children's Aid tection which our mod- Societies throughout 'the Province so wisely many of the represented. being the claim of cliil-l.-eo. them tfle wote ern laws now While the work of rescuing young kept under supervision for periods lives from vicious surroundings and, few months. -ifntilv the home life' has teaching has been going apace; swung 'back to- No 'child is careful consideration Ms also bean [.removed, from a home unless it ;has to the methods of; caring for j been absolutely proved the. home children, after they have- been removed! iS not a-. fit place for "the child and from evil guardianship, and have be- j tttat it' is' not amenatie' to correction -NEWPORT'S HORSE SHOW. _, Newport, R. L, Sept. fourteenth annual horse show opened to continue over .Monday and Tuesday. The event is. one of. the ;hief social attractions of the season. Te, on 170 acres. and has attracted-a large number-of well-known people. Messrs. and' W. of Kwelme, threshed 15 -bushels', per ac- The University Courses Offered In ARTS Leading to B. A. and'B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED Leading to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Begin Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st REGISTRATION AND Wednesday, September 28tn. Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be. made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. S is mlly equipped xor every branch of Job Printing, and is prepared to do come wards of the State or commun- of its flagrant deficiencies. Charges Made ihat Build mers' Wire -Fences Have For the. Canadian Been'Cut -In the matter of the farmers s.uf- St John, Robert-Perks ferins from the inroads of ranchers'-said'.in'an .interview that he expect-, cattle and the actions of the ranch- ed to participate in negptiations for ers thereto, the Herald, has received the ship-building plant' to--be located ths following letter from Mr. 0. T. in St: John but before anything was REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asqiiitii Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABS STREET; UETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Lathrop in the Lethbridge. Daily done in tins direction a subsidy Her-. be-offered and bonuses given aid dated August 3lst, under the cap- lor vessels. tJrnea ouL tion'of "The Latter is an ar- ing slant could cot be a. success un- ticle bV" that shoulii. re- less assured of continued work. It.! The plan in vogue up to a few years placed on probation' since "the ago. was to "place the children.in in-; stituUons while undergoing special preparation for the duties' and re- ..'UJU yy VJi.. tllli U U.J.T4. J. A-C.SJO asauiCi.l UJ_ Ul a. AL ceive, more, than passing attention, 'would not pay to start plant 'to brtld: sponsibilities of life. the most costly description one ship for the Canadian navy alone. i have been either caught in some un- f settled districts, and v those guilty of -breaking the laws i associating settlers'sav, it is almost impossible to kee? a bunch ot' erected and endowed ,by. good people of the coumry." In every case "some "reeTpateh the world over for the 'care and up- has been found who has been will- Snf.i-' f-v -bringing of. the orphan or to give the child time and atten- thp "A- to-day tor the selection of a team While the motive for the in -the way of friendly oversight] SOMDER TRIALS ON B BUZZARD'S BAY. Boston, Sept tbfi of the Eastern Yacht; the son-der boat trials 'began on Buzzard's T., N. CHRISTIE CO. Real" Estate and; Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond. City Townsife. Basurance, .Loans, T. Notary. .Diamond and advice and receive his or her re- port of weekly conduct. This work is not provided for as a government work, but is brought atootit .'by a combination of municipal and personal philanthropy, each ciety taking care of its own finances, and providing the funds to meet the expenditure necessary to. success of the work, but operating under the su- pervision of the Department of the Attorney General of the -Province" chil-d. which has been done is of the high- est, and nothing but words of "praise can be .given to those" who have par- ticipated in 'the no'ble 'work for child- ren; the 'belief has been spreading steadity for the past thirty years that such children can be better provided for by in good homes, der the -normal conditions of life.. A child needs love as a flower needs sunshine. T-he monotony of institutional life, with its rules for all actions, and its system of directing every thought _ and moment of time by a discipline T> of the most rigid character, has prcv- AHA bane of many a child life. This monotony is unavoidable when children are massed together: jhe success of the institution depends on the reducing the moments of the daily j plan to a. routine which siial] move with exactitude, and the inmates move along prescribed lines. The result of mis monotony of existence "has pro- jduced a type which is known as the j "institutionalized" type, a, dull, spirit- i less individual who as a rule i? lack- 'ing ir. I'orce -or individuality, and who would liefer die ordered day of i institution to the hurry an-cl respect r OF MORROCO. probably 250 acres of grain to the, the south-east "of; L-ethbricge with at least- 200 head of cattle grazing on the same, and no -sign of a broke-n wire... On the East Cameron ranch! which consists oi Township 10, Ranjje [DEPUTY MINISTER of three to 'be sent_ to Germany next; spring, where-an international match is to be sailed agaist -three German boats during Kiel week. ..is a line fence around this! IN SASKATCHEWAN. entire Township. Our sect-lers tried' F. Mantle, head to use this as a protection, from out- of the bureau of information and stat- side stock. There have been several istics of the. department of agricul- instances of the wire being cut and ture, has been promoted to the import- slock turned in on their crops. We ant position of deputy minister of ag- must that, this is au injustice, riculture for Saskatchewan, succeed- and drastic measures should be taken at- once to govern the same. Southern goes Alberta has a class of settlers that lege.of Agriculture. she can be proud oi, Most 'of them ______. "________ are .young men making their start in j life. Thev have faced climatic condi- ESTATE FIRE; INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands! R, V. GIBBONS Go; Ott Block J. W." Shirkey has sold the 'beautm.a- -property 'of Glen Eyrie ranche at Professor W. J. Rutherford, who combe, to' Messrs.' Burger "and Looney to Saskatoon as the Col- of Otturana. for the sum of twent- lour thousand tioas this year, which proves them to be of the right sort. We hear Correspondent Musi oi the'land ihat is being used as open range is in the hands of the individual ov.T.er, and under normal Says Tilings Are in Bad Shape London. Sept. 1. The Morning -.Host -publishes conspicuously a state- me'nt from its Tangier correspondent LI I 1 iJCL. i ii i i J r of Uf. UOllSr. Children need variety of sights aju7! conditions will be a well stilled coin- niunity in a very short time. An- other ihin-j; the writer hears cont-in- DO-YOU REALIZE that now, uuricg general depression, is the time to invest. PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone ansious to .We can-buy cheaper and give you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we aie selling on the easiest terms. We will wait until the land produces the money and pays for itself. Several good places in and Kimball districts; Plenty of rain. WE BUY LAND FOR you need money -come and see us. We h-ave a plan that will interest you. Veterinary Depari-ir.'.'nt at the i fl pert i jj of entry. We believe these matters j should receive careful attention. On! France, Germany, Spain and Great i our last trip to the States, two in- i WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. sounds, or food and occupation if Briiai sitaaljon a LIST WITH US. Whitney Block !to a rearrangement of-the status quo I j place of a real home, or be anything j [put a poor imitation of the Teal ar- !voa'd tiie "sea; "The" tic! institutions have No Job Too Large no joo IGO Estimates and samples ckeerfully furnished Mail Orders receive prompt attention........- 'parts of the world, and bids fair to j become the one prevailing method be-1 j fore many years. j f j To Ireland belongs the honor of! j the first trial of this plan of placing' with general Masse watched out. -children, an organization having j, existed in that country for over si'v-. jienty years, -bavins for irs object sansnir.-. Sir John PrencI' :l fin-dins oi fostpr Iinnips for tQe-T; "Tnn nnd rj'-'kc- country is concerned, is -practically in .3 chaotic be- S-ultan is un- ._ __ j able to leave Fez or to collect rev-- tneir uses, but ;ennc wiich is absorbed by tribal chief- isiich uses are eonimed to the-defect-j tains Rai2Ulai the former bandit ive or degenerate who need at Alirassar and Raid An- care and attention to correct their dc-! fr, t'iciencies. I, The system of "placing out1' depend i t'loo in the south. j! ent children has been tried in many i QUEEN'S OWN STILL HAVING A TIME IN ENGLAND Aldershot, Sept. Smith evolutions of the Queen's Own 1 Kuies for two nt-u-rs yesterday in the dividuals made this statement, that I they would rather sell their horses and stock on the other side- and ran i; the risk oi buying did ihov cor.- j elude to nic-ve up, rather than go through the ordeal of entr-ring thrir l the form of n complaint, but as a attention as i development i Tlie dt T dIiWay SD NEWS Vi'innifred, AUR. weather! nowadays and a fire feels I Mrs. Wm. south of town, i and two cbildrcn. hove sone for th? winter to Meilicine Hat, sc the little can have a chance to go to school. Mr. Wilber will go to the Hat" later. Harold Shenherd, from Minneapolis. is here, ami is on- hi? claim or s i0r j or abandoned children. jnC Cocnaught i During -the Prussian war Germany: rei----------------- i found it necessary to use n large of- mtc-rdi visional and oommand manoou-1 pbaaage as a hospital, and bc'ardod vers- Thcn com.-s the holiday in Lon- the inmates in order to make roo-u !llon the Lcrfl for the wounded soldiers. !-hem GuUd IIali-- On the children were to be returned, _. -people vvho .bad received the children! ins in the field until they entrain for refused to ?ive them up. Germany Liverpool. The orncers- have faced nresent raado .1 greai discovery, and has en-: of invitations to dinner and have j is h- the placing of children need- -solvedI the problem by in cor, ls f ing protection in foster homes. at various messes each night, i In Auscra'iA where the subject Co1- peli2tt dines with ex-j '________________ received rnorc attention Than r-ossibly j Impress Eugenic. They will watch} "PEACE" SUNDAY TQ-JViOFtRCW irr re ottering or sale e cheapest lots on tlie market it en Wednesdav. Xsxt I Ui cusnuteuwsti ;iir.ont vail particiuate in orcaninc: and is a homesteader in ear-; "Ciii. i The Ladies' Aid met at Mrs. Pish-1 There is plenty of! j and no doubt them I j rhev enter manoeuvres, remain- i be yel tbc winter is j gone, as it is understood there1 are in need of clothing at ether country in the world, near-i the Guards drill on Saturday. The ly'all delirqi.cnv chil-! pleasant feature of the camp is the dren are placc'd in fosrer hoinas and i number of relatives who visited them. naturally r.bscrbcd into the life of the; community. a cricket match between the j Canadians and Englishmen, the form- T.hc Children's Protection Act has l er won by an even thirty. Portsmouth, X. 'H., Sept. Sunday will bo hold in Christ Church (the Peace church) to-morrow, in com- memoration of the signing of the treaty of peace between Russia and in Portsmouth in 1905. f A situated nortn ox tne t mLX rV a V ..id fW ;