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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 A rr^*^ ^ �_ V 1 ,e 10 THE LETHBIMOGE J) A1L Y H EIX A L D . _ . t____ _ . . 1 � I t � � � �! - -----'------------^ --^---.--- H 4 K Jamesi McCaig's Address on the Scjieiice of Education � Albcria is Of the i=A(ii\- ^'Edmonton , Alberta m^oll in tbe forpf:;om titic veconslnirtiou of tlu- IVbiio or lUc fiflucational work; said .Tanu'.s .M( take Block. Wo T �oiiM^i|iKRi t^^iMc* pM-liap�, thnt govern- t gatbtYed toge.hc^i. The system, he t our wovU. The entphasis piven by added is saiuaacod \\ith new uioals , ibe .^eience of biology to the long per- , � . ..fiiod of iufaiux. extendinR as it does piit) mpllolvert bv a new bnpt'.^m of: ... , " r""^ - io\ei' '2\ years tu man,, gives new force kindneiK The fnUI teM of the address ,^ principle of extended eompnl-tollows; sory rrincwition. tocether 'with state ob- "! amMUinkful to shv that I have at! ligation v.Hh respect to providing str- ,11 tim*s. enieuthined a simple and j vtce to a poin. beyond wbere it has ^ . vet Kone. and gives siRnif'^'ance to a ^chearful ^ptfm�sm with Vespect to dominant in i eduo�|tlonai work and the edncii-1 eomni::nities iu favor of pro- vidini: a f ype of Heoondary ed* tieation tnore diver-sifUd than we .been. If thia ^tlmisni is simple i" j 1,^^^^ ypt, iiad. and such as will give efficiency to the highly comple?; industrial type of li'^e which rhatarter-(zes wesiorn ctviii/.ation. "Wiiat would it lueati to oitr civilisation in comfort and intellipence and in the evolution of higher man type if Ihe period d\iring which we at present make coni?ri^us ffort ro improve! mankind vvere doubled-if bo\ s aiiend-j ed school from seven to -I. insiead of I from sevon to 14? We may uot be conscious of the workin;: or uppUca-i 'Cfr . w , , tion of this biological trutli in our SMrltew �, or that the,.^ ^^^^ tension of rhe period aii' event-u imM o|)[KH'tune Sa\lnj.>' JCvent of Parlirnlar and Pressing' importance t4� every woman in Letlibihlse who ilesiies 'e oi' llu^ opi)ortuni!y that awaits ycni here, I'or elearaiiei^ priet^s i)(Ter the hio-ovst inonev's worth von'vt^ ever honulii a( this or anv other season ol' llie yt^ir throu^U'htmt lh(^ very ehoieest lines ol' [/resent Jiced Aveariliiiig's. Ineludini; newest Suits. Newest Coats. Xenesl I)rev^e>i \ewesl I'ndersKiHs. Newest Ivimonas and Newest American Trimmed and ^ fc  ^ Pattern Ilals. To-morrow, is Hat Sale S3.45 Worth up to $6.50 Hat Sale Worth up to $10.00 Of .�!! this t believe wei j [tt for self congratulation ,arya.been able to register aoii^ tiSf^^^^' ^^^'"^ contribn-WQtfHntSrhoifest*effort lo the bring- i i lingotpooA thlnga to pass. Though . ,,^,nvities. and the plav impulse �r ^-oVk may aeem hard the only ^^^.^^^ ^^^^^ mainspring ot much of ^orkHbat U anygood. either for re- .ea^^hing. The developin?. , ____^�___.'of the brain in t)ie child is a maaor oi i motor and manual exercise o{ Suit Sale $13.50 Worth up to $25.00 + Suit Sale Si 7.50 Worth jp to $25.00 Coat Sale $i?-no Worth up to $16.50 . Coat SI 6.50 Worth up to $22.50 Dress S13 Sale 0 Worth up to $25.00 Dress Jbale Worth up to $15.C0 F Hat Sale S6.9Q Worth up to $13.50 Underskirt Sale Worth up to $2.5(1 Kimoiia aie S1J5 Worth up to $2.50 Mi cent day in the l!learanee Sail Yai'd goods of various kinds aiul deseriptiolis going' on sale a( realh' t'i- * - dicnlons prices tor final and ab- leir solute cloaraiu*e. THIS 10c SALE INCLUDES ALL 15c. and 20c. VALUES IN PRINTS AND GING-IMMS. TOWELLINGS AND LINENS,. FLANNELETTES AND WRAPPERETTES. DENIMS AND SATINS, WASH SUITINGS, GALATEAS, OXFORDS, LAWNS, MULLS. CAMBRICS, LONG CLOTHS, ETC. I i ia bSrdtVbrk. H ia a good rather than an eViS. l^ewlae. that I IdeiUs riiould be cryaUUzed into legis Ution slowly rather ihan hastily. It di.^i-o^ -ifii ilif �fiiK'tion of syr.;;r.L.hy. suM'f])noi i ji > ..mi lUKic-rst.nul Ini; ii> UK' condiii*:;! urn! i!!cdi)!':j ni rir-'Mi pro-i- '.ui t'lDMnit'lK in s;:ctr.i(i.) ;�> f '�'t!i:c:M :o!'. "Ti�'--�' .s.-:. II!' y of v. h'U'h } -lav^ �'.Mhinv' 'n riflat'ep .o ih"-r :n- ��n o..r d'V atic-li;.' rl�:;;.'xiitt; u:.d �>: *--i'v-' 1 -.wv -I it-r.i-*>- i.M'nv. ;o ' i;*- individual. �dncalionol .... pressiou. rather ihan or ucqulsition in I iip old sense. 'r.'>e eii*:>ri on the v.orl:- �,ir *_ �i  ^m^^ ' ^tiS mind of good n^rvou^ and Though the teachera office is one or . . ^ ^i. . __i,;. ! physical eonditioii hc down bv Jia.^n- -DUbhc aort. which often subjerts \nu. {'.,.. , . . , . lo annoyance, .h. edu.-�rlonnl ..nti- =' -^""'l ....." m�t of the province a. a wl.ole is =^ '"O'"^1 "ocb .oo,i .od.y . generallv active and �o,md nnri co-\l^' in ,l.y ^^. bnvr .v.:-opevatire in tendency. Though the-! "> '->�'>� �.,..�. . tempowl reward, in ieae!>ins se..m "r'" " .mall, the ones who measur.. tueir |''"^^�*'�l�S>^t \n_ .ervicea in the light of temporaJ re-, ��" f'f- ! ,.r.,w-. e.vcaiidi-ird in o'lr ^�o^l�^p (f' ^'uil-. ^.nd in a.IV praoiire a.- ir i;: .p; \ -.-ov'lolo'iy }t.*�-i-'. i;?;- * \aniiiu�. . rr-ai'iU-J ei!;u-a..Mjn in>M r.t- ' .: !'o*h' rot;,I r.-��-u. i.;.; of -jr. T: ' mm . Vi 4 - m IS-' 5 �4 �4 1 L AH. i It. JO' ''To ^ 1 ' ^ ,'1 a lit! >[ie('.!i:it i \ m diH'.-'.^:^^ lu;;. ' i' t 'd ' nr.: bclii-V-^- in.ii ih'* liii;;,':- 'H v. Ititi; I sjM ak we;,' '.!ot e a::il . ital , L i'i iiicpb.*:; in proj rliiij.-; .lid do-, riini; ov.r .vork ro"-�ion,i;i y a!io u:n onb-io*;.- , t'itVf- vto'iid i>" l;0 o\t:u.^'.' :or nie | u�'! ainiiirT > (�u V. i. ti lliir liiaii ui : alk. ; f i; h,/-'nr*e . ;o nio 10 ailow iuh lo inic/itr'i 1..- 'o ourseivi-p. (Jiir practice undeuiiibiy ' tion and general provision of ?j;coc! ' Pi^ri cf t'.ie Uoniinion or ( :ina.ia, conditions to educational work, hut: Thoi^gli the \\oiki:is oi th(--. likewise that the proprfss oi' ideas i ftiipiK-es from ;'it'' ^c:^�n>;-� tipon which the progrefis o)'civilization ' ogy and bioloi,> are t^iear, ihe iaHt:- depends. is siHtably e:;omplilicd in iht^l ogy iian ahva>p bepu ; ejnr-eiiifMl as , . my hope for this province nor simply | iho chief science .^ivin^ light to rho!-^l.'^^-^'^^' .Uenaiut^ o: lue p.ruU , that we may have us good schools as j educational proctt^.-o^. ii.- h; �!in|^ o:-/ they have any place, but that we may ^ *;dncatioiial work has been in r!)e juusi contribute creditable cffoi i to the � \ ery urituua'ed aid v;.;;ue. i :u- ,!>-scientific recoOBtruction of ihe whole; suae; furulty psycljoJoL-y oi' 1'.- ;. .-^rs fabHo;of ducaticnal work. I may not ; at^o was liiactioaily v.irUou: :n;i;u:ic�- in r-duoatioriri! woci,. If ua;- ^�-.'ieral i/v 1- J ^ St*. ��V Ui 7 -^v^ ^ It o o!' conscious and assi.Tt -d and iniiinl^vi- ib..i are ih�' ' ci. j''acteristir (is-.cUic wonuja.: of i (l.Mdliood. and our ireaii-ieui o!" ir^-^h ' I t m hool ;^'irls and tjoys il- In-iii'. luellow-f.o wiUi an aifsoiuieiy i.fW bap.ism of property equipped; ihc-y are provided with larse playgrounds for the sake of; lerihtic mind j^owe-s ol the race and; the baeal physical vigor of onr children 1 of the arts v/iiicU are tiie CM.rfssiou of Our school boards are generoud with! powers: by Hociolo:;ical psych respect to the xaMUtv of providing i oiogy which deals witli the social � s-adequate aquipmeut for th^ carrying * Pt-ct,. 01 mind ac!:vity and the reactior on of Bchcol v.-ork. Tiie salary of I f>f social institutions ou nifi'ial :.c-teachers ib advaticin^ step by nep. pi^'i^io.^ and attitudeH and 'jy uhnornu'! thoueb the step may not Eeem vory i psy'Miolotvy which is a study or" -iie long, i believe that the aentimeni of \ plitiiiomi^nd of mind anion;; Uto^e ao: the public in favor of paying our  conforming to a common typ^. teachers well for Their services, pro-1 "\\> cannot deal wliU ail of Mic^e. vlded that these services are f;ood. is; At.normal jj^Ncholo'iy iL^eif lias its nnanstakabic. Clood scliool hoaseB' itif ueiu'e. The pi-ohlems of dealin:-r would not avail apart from ihe r*^r-; wiih abnormal childrf-n has ^Ivou new lousnefis and good intent anti ihe vital' lighi to iho. matter of ftcnora! t-duca-efficiency of our teacldng body, and I , tiona) p;i^ra;ri^- on the Bide of administration iherc'^^ ^^''^''^''^ i^n.^uou lu.s .aan. appeara to be an effort in our town. , aciivities and iu.M-e.ts o, url iriary children ehitdly in ili.- ici-o:;ni- ait^ \.nrih wiiile-lUiii thoy como trail-ii,K (lo>al.- of :;lo:-y out of tho ab.;olutc. uiirv wiii, t'lP world but I'a;- a litth"! wbi!" and itass into iho inlinite fori wiiicn we lic.nure them, � mukin;'. of 1 tiieui Irom ^ood man typort. 1 proiiucii;;; ii'/e and there a Danit*. a j P:-siour, a fJoei'.i'.', a Darwin, a Words^-i wortii. an I-Misoji or a Shakospeavo? { thete \~ any idaco in th- \.orId uh(!r*� h^,it u-m-\uv^ iiave this, la the im-' th.-d-iiiocraiic conc.-pt ion of educ.itioa Junctioning wpocinl in, ca.i lino it.; irillzaHon at tllf- behesr fj-jj. \ ot suciolo.^y ;f is liftht re in .Mi>?')-ta. t .  . .1 .,^a i * .\ii u h.tve come into tins open and ! I It 5 1a "Why it thus? 1 Uont Unav,\ They Higher Efficiency cd by spf:ciall/.ed !^!.ud\ ot cl!a!;j(- ^ h and cities to organize administratitgard of the '�^)n::,ia:jr oi Hiiuctrf of pia>, woi'limai.sUiiv and iii)--ia'-ion. No U-bS inipo.wuit, bat iirore; ably more iuiporiatit on ia-coi;ui of its e\ploraiion into a comparatively uc-v. ' llic .creates', , contemporary probleui in edncaiion i in appiit^d iisyt;iioloj';\ '-i't on. , sun-tlooded land out of the tUn of the � s(;;tleu)ent.^ somo will nay commonly, j lo beti":- Uu-ir condition. They have ^ v.aii:ed by iiie. creakingox cart by j day aikd hi.e lain by night with brow j (jpea lo i::e f^reu' iieavtum in a great j ^ btit vit'il :--riiiiiess. Do men get their � :n^:>irations in the .iangle of manivind, or (io's Ihe V.vt'iil Sjiiril of the nniversi* | ; wiiispf^r iiis|)ii ational truths to man j in the f;iirnces and soUtudi's*? Is nn j ' .in ironuieiit cn' huinan beinK: volccs mm' ..... i-? /:\LCON IO. \ in Ihe L;:e;.i (]e. p,, oV tiio uui^or^e. and aje v> e .he.-ijiij'/ tio-se voices'.' "I vis ten Ui lUvM-- words from a ' prairie (, a (loor savage' we i sa>, V. ho b. ioie i;a:!fdng was askci! v.iiai ihiii^;,;-, in liio world wcr^; j;reai an;l siiUi'Sit aut to him: ��*( have lougiu yn battle; the witite I man 'nab in-ea my friend; 1 iiavo loved �i\ woman; tue Orea; Spirit has talk*;d to me by the camp lifo, and in the 1 aotuids of the calling water-and i r i * >4 �* f f: :f 'at. if UP DR. L. W. HOPPIN Of KinQiiton, Ontario, whp caused I L X 4 y - H. P ; by Dr. Harris iu his book 'Adoles- * u QubmergeU in practice. : ^^inj gjj.i. Dr. has i^^iveu a totally I ^*^^Jous disappearance in Mew York there la suituble evidence tlmt the ! now ouiloo!; on this pf.-rioci oi sociaP'^'ty- He has Just been located by his pr0gre,�fl of acieutific reconstruction ! jiifanty for tho buy ami -it I, lie liasjrrlendB. Dr. Hoppin practiced in ia likewiBe dUUnctly and oltec-tiveb jacc-eiUed and riv-WinieiJ Wn- p.-v iii(,u ; ,e i r>wift Current. Sacl come when i) expediency coiijpli.slumjnts. ami e;:igcncy may require the (-i^tab- (TAPDl HA L "Wti iiave proiilems u> stdvi- on tlic i lishmen: of a brano'.i iu''(la'.v^';ic:'l in- odncatloji dopai'iment or Bimply In ex- side of orKuni/.aEion and �i^ . .stilutioo iji i'ome Bu