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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim IJIHBBIDTtR DAILY HRHALD SATt'RDAY, APRIL ft, 101* Random Notes of a Country Schoolmaster (Contributed) A short as;e of almost i till.- voli e it' the pedagogue is not heard In the land; where Uie Amerlc.in-linni i-litln Is perhaps receiving less l�sriiitt� than hi* father before him. where little foreigners may be growing up inl.> big1 foreigner* for lark of s.nm' i 'unadiiiiiizlug influence The remedy in general lies with the department of edu. at Ion. they are no doubt taking nicusiire* t> mpi't th* Ituation as far a* it ran bo met Hut a* for out specific remedy, yours jml nine, the problem i- . 1 niy how to in �ure that our district is not one of the tifm h'lndreti and forty oil J that �illst suffer. There are a few tilings that any rural board can do if they will, and speaking from the teacher's viewpoint, these are some; Make the school house attractive, equip it generously for educational work; have proper heating and other appliances to lighten the chores; ir've as a part of the salary a teacher's house furnished and ; rent free, even a loom In Uie school  Is preferable to any outside boarding ^lace: form a mother's club or parents' association to visit the school and take an interest in all its activities', pay salaries monthly and do not itnake It necessary for a teacher to aafc '.for what be has already earned, we] ifoma the new teacher, not n !gatlve'.y. j but positively, let it be understood t that he belongs to the community. } count him in and let him know that I you do. These things can be done anywhere i aid now. they require no leg slatlon ' or special taxes and they will be a t:help in securing what all country 'people want, earnest and efficient (teaching for their young folks. They j are helpful, but they are a mere stop ' B*P. for permanent results we must | look to something else. First and foremost of all remedies 11s consolidation. It is simple and effective, and the machinery for put-Wing it into operation is already to 'band. Southern Alberta and especial i ly the Let abridge Inspectorate already >et ua go forward and keep I up the record. The Initial impulse tin this respect must come from the  people of the dlstrieta coiieerned The Ottawa. April 5-It was learned tonight that the resignation of�\V F O'Conncr. K C. as cost of living commissioner, was preceded by that of the deputy. J O lm!ay. and Mr O'Connor's resignation was in support of Mr Iralay s action with respect 'o a matter of administration of the duties of the commissioner'" office It is stated that Mr O'Connor's views on the support of Mr Imlay being overborne by the minister. Mr. O'forv nor felt that he could do nothing else but resign It Is stated that on his appointment as cost of Using cnrcmls ' aloner. Mr O'Connor stipula'ed and it was agreed that he should have full control of administration There have, it is said, been Inter ,ferenoes with Mr �O'Connor's control ,�t the staff, hence the resignation. ] trail has been blazed for you. Mr I Farmer, do not let von; family be the , last >o profit I think the figures in iium; cases ^�iiow consolidation to he unite a lit Ttie cheaper per capita. Hut to anv true educator the lessened . is the lea-;: item. The immense ndvantage lies in the influivl.v superior 'r.diim: th� children -eceiw V\ui hi" nifc'es than from >tieiu�s eccu: -lieu, the ef fecti\eness ot :.c w.'.. done n any ; grade will he constantly ra't-ed as the number of pupils m 'he grade increas es up to say forty. �:.;, . is about the largest number of pupiis any ten her should catty, j W'hen it Is considered that in most I rural one-room schools. ;he i::i;iil>er of pupils is from twelve to :ii.:">�.� ve. with from six to ten grades t'e won iler is not that the childrt n '.earn so Utt.'e. but that they reaiiy l-.irn at all The housewife who has : uhing to do at liome but cook and sweep and w a�h and iron and clean and ure fot the little ones and tend th� se'tini: hens and the chick* and lambs ami calves, and keep an eye on the farm and the .-lock while Iter husband is in town, should try a day in the i school room in her own district From . phonics to trigonometry, from French ! prose to forty five combinations, pre ' sent day political history to the Roman Umpire, the physic of electricity I to the niulMplicetion tables or a dramatization of Rrd Riding Mood, frequently two or three .K once. t\>r IthisJiind of mental gymnastics we are j to receive a minimum ot #7o a month I Is it possible any board will be mean , enough to offer that tnjiiuiuui. 1 wonder? But this is not a complaint, it la a plea fii.m \,e teacher's side. ' a plea to be put where we can do the most good. Consolidation gives the teacher a chance to show what she can do un I der fair cond lions. The only class or school children to [whom the advantage of consolidation ; does not apply with equal force ti-s 'or fathers, mothers sisters, aid aunts as to how the things i,:,y l,e hone joyfully and competently by aim >-� tiny one who loves a little child For St tidebakrr-Take* S� 4Ihh- j worth an Partner tn Bv*4-ness Her* Ottawa Ajvi! * The work of the Oiiadi.m Motor Machine Cm Corps ol'iriii'- fh" I.^t g.-e.it C,e;-nan of fen--. \, w deuit with tn the following j:',!. |c by Kot.ind Hill on respondent with the ('.madkm; forces at the 'font �civil was pixen out hy I'lemier Dor-(ieii tod:\y War t'nrre��mm l.'nfs Headquarter.-in K nil. e in ib laving the great Ger-nvoi iji.ii l on the Somme. the Can-;idi:!:t: ''", uiil'iin nrmored cars -were1 the Ugh' cruisers They rertaifter* bid (! n in brxiken buildings nntil secllona c, Huns had rushed down the auiu ro.i ;s and they like jitfcgeiunlits drove ; 'own on the cni'tny. sxvefplni; cleat ;i,th� xvith their batteries of machine: run* At the cross roads at Vllllces-Carbonnel on the St. Quentin ".oa.l. : thy delayed the llun advance five hours and gave the tired infantry '.im" i roinc sei to dig i'liiblanre of shelter An Important announcement In the automobile world xvas made this morning when J T. (Iraham of the Ora-ham Motor Co., Informed the Herald that he had taken over the Studebak-er agency at Calgnry, and would move there on April l.">th to 'ake charge. The Calgary agency is run as a factory branch, and is the distributing point for Studebaker cars for that part of the province from Ked Deer south. Coincident with Mr. Graham's removal from I.ethbridg'. K. Ainsworth. w ho 'or fHb? years lias been connected xvith the road branch of the provincial department of public works, being inspect'ir at this point, has acquired a half-interest in the CralKim Motor Co here, and will fake charge on Mr ilmliam's leaving for the north. Mr. ilrahaui will retain a half interest in his local company which will be managed in the same service-giving man tier as heretofore. Mr Oraham statc-i that the Calgary staff xvill tie retained there, wiille the staff of the t!ra ham Motor Co xxiil he unchanged. A complete line of pans xvill continue to be carried at Calgary CATTLE FOR SALE BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA The food drink without a fault Made of high grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured by a p e r fe c t mechanical process, without the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of ,the cocoa bean. -  The genuine bears fchls trade-mark and is made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Man. i Established 17S0 Knight-Watson Ranching Company, Limited, offer for sale one of the largest and best herds of * Hereford Cattle in Canada, consisting of Cows and Calves, two-year-old Steers and Heifers, yearling Steers and Heifers, also a number of good Hereford Bulls These cattle are all one straight mark and brand, Owing to the sale of part of our lease we ar� compelled to dispose of these cattle this year Parties interested in part or all of. these cattle will kindly address us at Box 713, 'Lethbridge Knight-Watson Ranching Company Hill Block Umiled i i t DEMONSTRATE THE A FordBon tractor for demonstrat ion purposes will reach the Ford Agency here neit week, demonstrat ion� in ploughing will he ctttiducted at �the exhibition grounds on Tuesday and Wednesday. One thousand of .these tractors have been purchased ;fcy the Dominion Kovernment for din .tributlon at cost to the farmers, and tnei� tractors are now being sent out The Ford agency h?re is donjon-strating the tractor on request of tho food control board The agency will 1 also carry all repu'r parts for the true :  i 'tar. i IN THE CITY COOP It you ask Nels Peterson, it isn't : exactly * pleasant experience spend-{ log the first night or a honeymoon In � tka clink. 'Peterson has had the ex - parience, and he knows Yesterday |4ftarnooB, three hours after Selena iBalUcourt, aged 14. has became Mrs. J NaU Peterson, Sergt. Bowker, ot the leitjr police force, took Peterson in liaw at a local rooming house, on a Tooainfclnt laid by the girl's parents Tka eharge was that he married the ifirl, uader the age of l."> years, with-]g)lt the tfonaent of the parents i Peterson was lodged in jail, but thle BOrnlnC the parents relented am ;��,T� their consent so that the charge was not praised. Chief HatUy expresses the opinion "* the girl U a I' S. treaty Indian, be Is going to report the occur .a to the tT. 8. Indian department ha ooaeidere it a crime that tit* 'a girl of such Under _____. Da allowed. Petaraaa la yaeje e| aga aad a flwade by birth. �fa m Some of R. F. Dygert's Percheron and Belgian Stallions Now in Lethbridge Never have such a collection of real drafters been shown before in Canada. Corrfe and make your choice, our prices, terms and guaran tees will protect you. Write or Phone 530 Lethbridge, Alta. R. F DYGERT Bam on Third Ave. Office 634.9th St S. 1962 ;