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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LT3T1TBRTDGE .DAILY H15BALP" ity, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 CublliKed by the Letlibrldae Herald Publlihlng. Co., eviry lawful evtnlng Its office, Sixth Street, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: Editorial, And Newt Department 122 PHONE: Advertising Circulation Arru Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered J year, by mail S3.0C 1 35c. 1 monlli, Hy mall 25c, Addresses i-Hanscd us often' as desired, but both new and old must be ylvon. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Ltthbrldoe-Kod Cross i- Medicine Hat-I.. M. Northam. "ooR Iwre: J. 11. Robertson cranbr-ook, B. and Co it Co.; Alex- Atchinwn. andra Hottjl; J- Ki'imvke store: Kenny Diamond' CUy Co.; K. AV. Drug Co. Hamilton. Vancouver, B. Wide Plncher J. Mitchell; D. U Xli-Crefl. pany. Brown, JlSMfh Street. T Bros. i'iy-iin OICBW. Driijr i Book Xcwa Company. Co., 7CI5 Uiverdldti Avenue. _ _ nn nil C.P.R. trains Fernie. B. Beal. THE WEEKLY HERALD PiMrtied wry In eight ornwiv ami contains a summary news of local and district I year in advance-.........H-w 3 iiiojilhs in ....----Toe. The Jpoming (rtVNAUA Thoir .Itoyal thv> DnKtv anil niichosB1 of. con- nuuglit ami a typi- cal j-ei'il ami onthusiastic. Tim west is us-.loyal as any Bectiou of Canatla. rayal jiarty isirccelvius from t.ho Caiiatliiuis of the jind wo- men furnu'rly eHitfmis oi other lautls, tlie majority of them nionurchiiil is some times, ,thnt patriotic fervor and loyalty to British UisjUu- iioiiB deeply g'rountied on 'these western; pliiiiis us auywhero olsp in r.ho Empire., Ami yhy shouJd they not moiinix-hiiil rule we'hiivo representative sowrinijoht :in tlio tin- est 'sense, may wo-guy'more reiireseut- alive ilmn nuy "republic on tlio of tlie earth. Tho King's representative j in CanadaJs link connecting Can- ada 'with tiiit Motherlaiitl ami the thi-oue of Oruui Canada grows daily more content with its conuec- tion with tho British Empire. We have lived long under Union Jack and the. longer livo'-uiitler it the more do we realize that Jiavo greater freedom, hotter institutions, Duke more siablo government and more re spin1 tod and rigidly enforced laws thai any other country in tho world That is not boasting, hut a men1 tnuis formation to paper of tho thought o every man who has settled in Oanadi and Iwomo a eitizen of this country So wo wek'omo the Dulto because lit represents the. principle's of Brit IB! rnlo. Wo, him also as tlii son of a great ami noble woman Queen Victoria, brother of- the beloved Kdward tho IViUvmiilior, am the uncle- of our present, democratic Kinjv CJeoTKn, Since coming to Can ada of has made his way rapidly to tho hearts of UK peoplo 'by reason of tho deep interest he Is displaying in our affairs arid the active efforts ho is putting forth to seo tho Dominion from end to end. Western towns and cities have ber giving their Royal Highnesses genuine welcomes, and Lethbrldge will not behind in that respect. Wo 'will show the royal party thai loyalty is just as fervent here as any place iu Canada. We will display a clean aud 'beauti- fully decorated.city'. Vity.Uio party were not visiting iis now when tho city still bears its gladsome summer bat they will see us looking well iu October iu our fall attire. Relief From Home Preparation rpHE PRACTICE of having lessons prepared at home is, we siand. done away with by teach- ers in certain classes of the Central school. We ao not know if.this sys- tern is adopted throughout, but it woiiici be well that it should be. Otir opinion vrith to borne prepara- tion has been already expressed, and are to note that a move in ihe direction a! giving pupils a certain amount of reliei has been put into practical shape. It is in Hue with the modern day education, and makes ail the difference between teaching and siraplr ''learning. Be-" ,nreen two words there is much of distinction, although, one depends on the other. Still the first Is The foremost consideration, and claims the more Importance, the second may be reckoned as a product. It is this consideration which explains" the ne- eessity oi schools and teachers.. Old time education tended to put the acquiring knowledge mere en ihe pupil than oa the leacber. lie was supposed 10 draw certain lines which those under his instruction were supposed to follow: The teacher OUR POINT OF VIEW First it was cement, now it' is ele- vators. Probably'Sir Max Aiticeu will next attempt to merge Canada's rail- ways. When- Aitken praised George Eulas Fostez- as the world's greatest orator did he.meart to ..insult R. B. wlio" iias. Gcorffe--_E. beaten forty ways. accordingly well-merited the name of pedagogue apart from its primary meaning. But pedagogues have well nigh vanished, aud ihe time calls for-ttachevs in the full sense ot" the word. Tlte hours in school are loug enough for pupils boih 10 learn aud to be taught. There should be no necessity for them to spend what should be hours of relaxation in poring overt books in. preparation for the next day. 1 There is a physical side to the ques- j tion. and this aspect is now receiving a far gref-ter consideration than for- nieriyv with, so much more advantage to the success ot education. The days of "cramming" are passing away nuiel-t !y, now that its disadvantages have couie to be discoveced. The pupil's brain is not regarded as simply a stor- age for bard facts. The proper mean- ing'of'education has been grasped by J authorities, and one of the signs of the..new appreciation is the doing away of what Is popularly termed homework. The process may be, so far.-.esperi- fetental, but we have not a doubt that the results, at any rate SQ far as the pupils of elementary and secondary schools are concerned, will be proved to be beneficial. Sir Max and George Eulas The weather is .common, the world over. Too much rain everywhere. In Ontario it has effected the- tomato crop so much that it will a failure, because there hasu't been enough sun to ripen them. The Duke of Counaught gave good advice to Fort William "and Port Ar- thur in advising them to become one gre-at ciiy at the head of the lakes. Located as they are side by side there is no reason for separate existence. They should make up and get mar- ried. The Duke would no doubt bo glad to officiate at the ceremony. Baseball teams provide a lesson for Sunday school teachers, and scholars. Marion Lawrauce. general secretary of the International Sunday School as- sociation, recently spoko on, bow to bold the boys in the Sunday school. saw the game, in Chicago between the Cubs and the be sai-d, "and-I-yelled loud as auy cue. I noticed nor. a member oi the ball teams was late, every member of the teams was well trained, and every- body was in dead earnest. When the same conditions in .Sunday schcol work the boys 'will be held in the'Sunday Col. Sain Hushes having departed for Kurope, T. Mr. Za- patii, Esq.. of- Mexico, have the stage all to themselves, remarks the Suneoe Kefonmjr. The Reformer has evident- ly overlooked the "Why Smith doesn't go to ChtirL'h" controversy iu the Her- ald, A force similar to the "Mounted Po- lice is being advocated in1 British.'Co- lumbia. The R. X. W. M.' P. is being set up as an -example of the'ideal force. A'ot only is itvau ideals-force but ft is a body over which people enthuse. At the Stampede procession at Calgary on Labor Day, the visitors, especially, wild in their plaudits for the' contingent of police. They were there in their cominon, every- day uniform but their very-presence in the parade, a solid, body of fine soldiers, fired the crowd. It wa3 an inspiring tribute. "Bur. .the great basic cause-of the prosperity of the O. P." R. lias'been .the vast wave of settlement "that Is still sweeping into rhe very truly declares the Toronto Globe. tlren should the C. P. R. be given a right to increase its capital, with the view of still saddling the part of Can? that, has made it rich, -with high Irelght 'rates. "The C. P.-K. has grown rich through 'western development, and it should turn around now aud reduce its freight rates instead of in- creasing its stock, greatly watered, necessitating the paying of greater dividends, and'the existence of pres- ent freight meet these divi-i dends. SIR MAS AITKEX boosted Hon. Ceo. E. Foster to the skies as soon be set fooc in Canada. He was the greatest Canadian orator, etc., etc, Sir Mas Aitken heads a huge elevat- or merger in Western Canada. ;Mr. department. Trade and Com- inercp, directs ihe elevator business Lhrougn the Grain Commission. Is there any connection between the t'AO? A week or more before there was any elevator merger dreamed of the ToroQio Star figured thai Sir Mas's praise of the minister of Trade and Commerce was inspired by some other motive than devout admiration.- for George abilities. The Star made its surmise in this breezy style: Sir Mas Ai.ken is agaiu in Can- ada. Apparently he is the bearer of two important messages. One is that George Eulas Foster is the greatest orator since D-esmos- th'enes and has all-the sophisticat- ed rhetoricians of Great Britain and Ireland lashed to the mast. Tie other Is that the German menace is real and that, although It is made ill Germany, and im- ported by the Unionist newspap- ers it is all wool and a yard wide, and is by no means cheap. As Sir Max Aitken is one of those prematurely wise young men, who never opens his mouth unless he expects somebody to slip a lolly pop into it, "we are prompted to examine -motives. Why this boast of George Eulns Poster? Granted that he talks to the dosen and is an to be proud of; granted that "ho combines all the goad qualities of Cicero, Desmostheues, the Apostle Paul. Peter the Her- mit, Kosclusko, Pitt, Sheridan, Burke, Macaulay, Gladstone, Disraeli. Henry Clay, Daniel Web- ster, BUI Bryan, Gipsy. and ihen some; gran ted "that no siren combing "her golden hair could ever like n from Minister of Trade and Commerce: jKranted that Orpheus, jivhp..moved _, rocks aud sioues and touring trees, was a stick beside him. granted that the Green Chamber holds its breath, and the press gallecj- leans forward, and the lit- tle birds outside on Lovers' Walk husft their songs, and the Chaud- iere's hoarse boom melrs into a sigh of relief, and the Laurenrian Hills move up to get within hear- ing distance of Foster on tbs bud- Foster on the tariff comnfis- sion, Foster on the grain bill, Foster on any old thing that will give his winged words a chance to aviate; granted that Music takes off her bar. to his slightly nasal melody, and that Literature bows ihe knee to this master of sentences, and Painting and Sculp lure envy the reticence of bis ges- in short, that Geo. Foster is the whole cheese in the talk business, why does Sir Max Aitken ccme forward at this late hour and tell us Canadians what we have known all along? In brief, what does Sir Max Aitken. want from George Eulas Foster? What Golden Fleece has this enterprising young Golden Fleecer in mind now? On what Board of Argonauts is George E. Foster to be a director? And speaking of menaces, Sir Max Aitken has evidently been looking into the menace business. He his eye on the German plant, it possible that a men- ace merger is contemplated? Is there to be a universal reorgan- izations cf menaces, irt "which the German menace, "the Japanese menace, rhe Chinese menace, the race-suicide menace, the dear coal men-ace, the house-fly menace, the lUoyd-George land reform menace and all the other menaces, big and little, are to be pooled for the "giorjr and profit of Sir Max Ait- ken? The last Canadian menace Sir Max took a hand in was the cement menace. On tho -whole, we arc inclined, to distrust Sir Max Aitken brinsiiiR menaces- Let us keep OUT weather ejv open and watch for developments. Prob- ably while Gerrge K. is in the seventh heaven ef -d-eiisbt over praises, the little financier will merge a few oilier Cauadi.au industrici.. Qthers War Without Turpin (.Hamilton' Herald) We doubt if Germany aud Britain are really in a. stats of war, although Mr. Aitkins. M, P. for Brandon, says they are. If they -were, Colonel Sam Hughes would net have gone to Eng- land "without his man Turpin. Self-Condemned (Ottawa All 'men are liars, but especially those 'who contradict what Roosevelt says. Praise for Mr. Marshall (The Canadian Farm) The farmers of Alberta are fortun- ate in baring a government and a Minister of Agriculture who are thor- oughly inbued with the idea that Hve stock husbandry is the keynote- to success in agricultural development, The Hon. .Mr. Marshall is not only talking and preaching live stock hus- bandry day in and day out, but he is taking active measures to supply the country with.'iliq -breeding stock, re- quired. -He constituted his .de- partment a buying agent, as it were, for the farmers.of Alberta who re- quire stock. Hortees, cattle, sheep and swine for breeding purposes are brought in 'from Eastern Canada and elsewhere at the lowest price possible, ToSiii Messrs, John Billing licensed and bonded grain commission merchants, Win- nipeg, members of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, X beg to announce that they have, opened an office at Lethbridge. Address, Dominion .Block, Lethbridge Phone 1714 n 0. Box 278 THE orriiTDiTirtf STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments, OWN BO RNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot. i T'erms; 1-3 Cash, Balance 6'and 12 Mos. Wilson "MONEY- INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEGOTIATED RELIABLE INSURANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra Hotel Sole C.P. R. Agents Phone 1343 and delivered to the farmers at actual rost. In October Mr.' Marshall expects iring to Alberta a 'Whole train load of this kind of stock, and he has al- orders in from farmers for most of it, one farmer having an order in for one car load. By this and other means be is endeavoring to supply the needs of the country aud to en- courage farmers to make live stock husbandry the foundation stone for Alberta agriculture. One of the pro- jects in hand is the bringing in oi a number of milking Shorthorns. Ow- ing to the prevalence of the foot-and- mouth first rwss beef, will hs most suitable. Then there are opportunities for horse rais- ing, sheep growing and bog produc- tion thai- few countries possess to a .greater degree, all of which taken advantage of aud developed as means and conditions, will allow. POT a Joke" Many Substitutes shall never marry a man who can't play polo. well, I'll learn to ride. But suppose I break my neck? there always are surviv- Wrong Guess seen your new young man, and I should call him a diamond in the rough. he's susceptible af some polish, Til admit, but you haven't classilied him correctly; he's a Jes- per. Filled All First John H. Kimble, Sflcrelary of the Fanners' National congress, said re- i cently at Port Deposit: j "This farmers the I prospect of fine crops. Such crops as "we- may -hope" (o "have thin year .firing to "Hnd au-Abo Lincoln story. "A farmer, once, told Lincoln s, whopphi" biiv lib about Msi hay crop. Lincoln, smiling his melancholy smile, d'i'awletl: "'Fin cutting hay, too.1 ihe fanner asked. "'Fine, very Hue.' said Lincoln. 'How "'Well, I just how .many said Lincoln carelessly, 'but my men stacked a.11 they could outdoors and .then stored the rest in tbe barn.'' Bulletin. Advanced (Chicago Tribune) Kansas City's new and magnificent union depot, costing has reaohrd the stage of bine prints and a building permit. Astronomical Note (Winnipeg Tribune) When a man goes on a toot Jie may sober up iu a couple of days.Jmt when the moon gels full it can't on its feet again in less than a quarter. Postpone That War, Please (Montreal Herald) It seems some "important fiormans an; coming to Canada in the autumn to A-AR if they cannot Jim] a place lo invest some money. Aw armistice will lie declared during the period of (heir visit, for tho most inveterate of our (ire-eaters never yet-tuiw an enemy in anyone bringing; moiu.iy iu ntvest in Canada. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE- SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH, SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;