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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TKN THK DAILY HliltAU) 1-11IOAY, FK1MUAHY 27, Problems of the Rural School TWO ROOM SCHOOLS-TEACHERS' RESIDENCE (lly V. il. STOUT) Two pictures present provincial sovernuitm wn? iiuiuguru- Alans till' imblti- roaj iu a by urgent uiiuisier of cTHj-j tied fiiruiiiij; disuk, ;i -r.ioll i f.iUou. HUM. Goo. P. Smlib, out> vc'ir! building ot design, 1120. publicly announced to pro- beaten aud uutiiiy. h looks and uninviting in vvoimig ElanJs in u fli'raggv ari'ii oii wltli a delapitateJ school 'iec ratios distant is neighborhood. hertii'? soil. Centrally miiu highway LIH on a j it'.rji'tive ild j viiK-Iai CoajuluUy for ihe ot teachers' rt-F ai rural schools iaiiiicj-j I ?ti limb hiive fuiuui widosprvrid f.tvor in Uu1 provjiKv during (he List j 'and both pnllcifi wore uuaiu-r !y ami warmly i1 tit [on? CM! by both i ijis of tlio roiTiu and U. vynvemh-Ms in Culgary, Meets Overcrowding I) iMtiilitiL'U 10 array windows. j which is scrixU by a systc.-A( ot consol- grccn pain; combine to ;h-j scliool iliMrirU is me; by tLe trim awl ifcxy iippi'iinm.-..-. Vivo i-.voriHini (.'un-ioliuatinK ucros uf wHl I'nu-M woII 10 luKKhtr n led yrouni! surround ih- iH.nc-. ivitli Its proximity lo iho school allows suuen-ijlon Ijy tlio livelier. tlittt Ihc ot education uow luslfts upon. l! tiuikes oasler the earring of a liol- luucti scheme al school. school work including, oosstb'y, struction iu sewing aud housekcvpitiK, is also ussltk-a. Holh ttoni tlie slanil- pome of proper supervision iu (he school and of selling a ex- to iho c'onimiiuUy, the proper working out of Iho teathi'V's home policy caimot but bu of tho greatest value especially .iu aou-Kugtlsh speak- ing localities! New Two-Room Schools II was menliouod previously velvtj. two-room schools rlumpd 01' treys Utiv utnj ttii in another con in TV li This !ti 'r. thero to cstulili.-h innny diilric one Thero is no in tiiese plain contrast? they ,'iist. Alberta presents at'.fUt as vuryiti? coti- dittoris iu irj> suO tuite LIS tile Blotto tnnt'-r uill flud iu euucatlun- a! conditions an- surely at 'be ex- tremities Hi the t'.iis anil Hap- idly sei'.iouM'nLd in a is ,'ii nil tuber cf I'Mlilren in a t-clnMl the logical solution i> i'.> hftild auctber menu ;tnd t-aipioy HH rddilioual teacher. Obviously [hi.- ai'iiyii would double taxation inl the district and noi infrequently a.{ state- uf occurs in local- country brings ahoui ill! sons ot prob-! which an: loast sibli? to itssuino leius iu Hit- nay of coaxing yjungltlu1 exiru financial burden. If then iJt-as to vrork thfir way through a j a workable solution is to bo found Ihe barrage uf ieic books. 'But obuLar- j .province prov'uK- extra assis- ts aro credited with iho practical lance v.here a two-room Firhoo! B cs- of tratuVoriiiuig wishbones into iwck-LsoutUl. Such a pulley was thai adopt- honey. VThtrVrohi it may be ad- by tlio UUP session of the Jegis- duced that difficulties have been ihe evolving for Alberta ot the iiest educational policies that Bny jirovln-.v of Canada can oi. Comparison of Service latnre. Policy Is Succrss That in'iiiy siiov.'s every sign of K to e'jual of'ordinary rural school i? 5200 per city" schools in many essential year. Wben a yecond room Is add- epecU. Two" teachers are employed etl the'grant Tor un nttAttlunal room true imd the of j i> aim H ally. Then if high som'ovrhat higher tliiin in Jiic orlior i work with six or wore puplts district, but by better gi-aOIng. more "P room the Incllriduci instructiou. ami hy ;i lot-! grant becomes sreuter by 5-On, or a tier spirit oi inspired by i lump yearly, from the respectable the of U follows capitn standuril oi acquired "rally euongli" Ki'fil Tlio larger school i Indgo is an element Mint'evenEiwlly I quarters pive for u iJie siato, "to h-c-ar some- j "tiinlty nnd for night class work. Iu ordor tn nuikc 2tiro that the newj room is niieqnately furnished and t with suitable1 for! thing to its Which Serves B'est? If .you were Ja firs' fnriner vIUi a fnniiiy. lookini; for :i farm to purchase, in which district would you seitle. al! conditions being vquai? wet] spent if t'-ie a dollar's 01 for every dollar The two-room .si-hou! cr :IT spa.M. crant of is of- 1 :h-.' JuraishiEc cf tb.e place. 5-'-i Is prov- V factor in swiugicg cisukLs jnto the v K'i-tf.t tie first years :i.-c twelve neivj ioi.-jis established ini -'--r' vrn'I'.e raiin? ol'neri are' developments for that and teachers' were estflblls-iLtd iu tho province during Tho department of education lias couinited some interesting notos regarding these districts a. Ibl of vvliich id-as Two-room schools nud Uielr I-Morrin', Croat West. l fr.OitO; (special vlllaao S.D.) XacuLiuo, ForeniosT. Skiff, THJS NEW VOHK LAUOK CHIEF HAS A LIFE JOB AT A YI3AH Vork ran Ijoast of at least one year laboi1' Joader. This sum Is naM to Kobcrt dell, Iho business reiirescnialivo of Nfo. 1456 of tltu Hrothyrliood of Cariionters Aiul Jofuers. This local, composed of dock and pk-v oariieaU'i-; pays Us agent ihan the presi- Oue.plan of Teachers' B'sidcn'ccs approved by Provincial Department room added in existing IlolAii Hound Hill i Gulden Spikt-, f Teachers' resideneoF innl Soiln Lokc, Satisi'.voad, Si. VinctMi. 4100: I'olska, Klhwick. M.300; Wriyiii', f 1.197; Northern Moose; Kasl Klin. Old Kim, New Kim. Standoff. Raley. jl.100; Vhiltmiml, ]-onc Slar, JCOO; teudy Made. Melfon, Szypenitr. facts about t lie-so various di> rlotrf are to be glonned from Iho of- Icinl records which summarize tlie situation in the following paragraphs Xacnlne, district has erected a fine two-roc iu LfK-k liuiidiug at a cost of nearly This dis rict is situated near Drumheller and ;he population is mixed, consisting of farmers and miners. GoJdeu district is situated twenty-five miles S. W. of Edmonton and entirely rural. The farmers are wealthy and mostly of German descent. A second room Ims added to the 'previous building and is now in operation. Morrin, north ol Munson on tho C.X.H. Have erectec new two-room frame building at a cost of The population con ;kt ct Canadians, Americans ant1 Norwegians. An agricultural dis trict. Cardiff. 2115 Situated abom twenty miles north of Kdtnonton. near MorJitvillo. The inhabitants aro j mainly French and Enylifh, hut sonic ami Italians engage in work at the mines. Cereal, on the C.N.i 11. line east of Calgary and near the Saskatchewan boundary. The chief industry is farming. The popula- tion, 'is mixed, Canadian and Ameri- can, predominating. t... Bolan Marea, district thirty miles north oi Vcfirc- ville. The dtslrlct i? well settled and nrosperous. A new bnUdiue'luis been erected under inspector liuiufi- men gt'avrally give hhu credit for the formation o.f u BulMing Trades Council; wliicli has. superojded lite old board of business tiKCitts iu cho building ti'atk-s. :ind whkh has luEiclmlyd with BiittdiuB Triif'.t'j KtayloytiV As- This ngrvemcM. both sides wilt elimiuatc much of the friction iu the luit-lias encumbered building operations, and will practic- filiy doavvay striXea. Mr, Brin- dell Is president ot tao Bulldicc Trades Cyitneil. SitinueL CoiniVcre. president of ihe Amcrii-an Fcdt-ralloii of Labor, which t-Iiiinis of over 000. received only a year until thu convecitiuit of that body tn> At- lawic City hist summer. It was thea voted to his salary to At the same imi-P the convention, de- cided :o tho yearly pay oC his union, ami aays so_ MorricW, secretary of the Urimlel! receives cents aKtu-i-n Federation of Labor, to month Iroiii every member cf the !o-j IK- thai there ore about CABLE BLOWS UP oAUHi nud Uiis l VAN'COUVKIl, B.C., Feb. his iiuonie practically ;i your, j moniing the Pacific cable to New which nntat he (knlm-lctl. how- land and Australia ceased to function. ilent of the Kedtraiioa of Labor receives. Furthermore, Mr. Hriudell Juta a contract with ilmt orgiuilzatloii bj which lie- is uujijtoyt'd at ihul rate as lony he lives, and from bis own poiitt of explr.iued to a World reporter, there is no reason why it eljouhl not bo given puhlicity. He lie- that he is worih that sum toi t-vtT. lie .terms; Heavy expenses. Delivers the Goods Probably the that Mr. toll's lociil is so well satisfied with tliii i.i thai lit.- "delivers tho finoila" in !so fyi-m lucroased Hv.ages and .bet- er vrorking conditions, lie Is' known 11 Labor circles as a skilful negotiator with employers. He Is. a man well '.bove tho average height, and has u forceful, convincing manner bf speech. Ills most recent There is a break between arid is a break ueiween Jiji anu Xorfolk Island -nd the and Coniuiouwealth arc cut off from direct communication wilh Vancouver. Bus- iness to Hong Kong nml Shanghai handled from here via Australia lius: also ceased. Have You Helped the K. P. Children's Shelter Fund? AUCTION SALE Thursday, March 4th On South Half Section. 15-11-24, 6 Miles West of Nobleford, and half mile East of White Lake Church. 20 HEAD OF HORSES The biK strong Kit.d, ready for work. Most of them young and'' Eounil. A COMPLETE LINE OF FARM MACHINERY In good condition; Gome, almost new. HOUSEHOLD GOODS V-. Coiuplrte house- furnishings, brass beds, librair, parlor and dinins si'.ites and piano; "Kitchen furniture; range. If -you want furi'.ituro yon cannot afford to jniss this sale. SALE STARTS AT 1.03 P.M. SHARP MORTON PETERS, Owner, ED POPHAM, points in ilu-m hein; Have YOU helped the K. r. -i-> eaeourasing In the utmost. J CL !i C J 'l3c'l'-'e 5cbools referred V-nlmren S onelter fund Ajht-rtn, nbtjiit half of' custom of conducting 'rural sctiopl? ;n nan-Knglish speaking [too are located at widely scattered AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE HAVING RECEiVED' INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. HARRY JOLLIFFE. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUG. TION, WITHOUT RESERVE, AT HIS FARM THE NORTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 22, 'TOWNSHIP 4, RANGE 23, LOCATED ONE MILE L SOUTH AND ONE MILE EAST OF SPRING COULEE On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 11 O'CLOCK AND THE SALE WILL START AT 12.CO SHARP f'ompEelf'. of fnur-ronmeil 1 ('iv.-ain -K'ii 3 wagons, uacti grjiii .inult.s; J mid rntrk; 1 "j-barrcl iroii inuV. rin WJIKOM: li Mayu'i .Ixtxcs; 1 biihilcigh: 1 ilomocral; I liuggy: 1 Mnsscy-Jlurrta htuder: bfll'ltr; 1 1 cliel- liainm1, S foot: 1 cilllivator. 12 for.t; 1 JlafM-y Harris rloubk (Us-. tlrill. 13 fool; 1 MaFEO.r-Ilams Shoe Drill. !0 foot; 1 Oliver SWlfR plow; I John PC'VC oiiKlnn finnK. I lir-llnju; J Yarity eilKilK' gung, 5-botlom; ino'Ai-r: 1 Mosul cngint-, MM'. p ft if ilrlvini; -I tc'ts vrork haniL'Sd; J r.nnplule smith's ouUil. _ i gcUiuc. 1500 Ibs-. yeara: I black cchliriK. 1500 S ycufs; J learn hlack geldings, -'300 Ibs.. S years; I bay frclclini: Ibs., C years; 1 1330 His.. ycarf.i man mare 1350 His., II years; 1 bay nimv. 1300 Ibs., 3 I bay 1250 Ibs., 3 years; 1 bay gelding. 1200. Ibs S years; 1 bay, man.1. 1250 Ibs., 3 years; 1 yearling [illy; i saddle Hors-'S arc nil fut awl r'jatiy lor spring ivork. 3 niiik cows; 3 calves; 4 pigs; 3D chickens. TERMS CASH PETER LAVALLEY AUCTIONEER D, J, Clerk. Address: c-o Dowsley Land Lethbridgt. Gbv't May Enforce Plan Anoilit-r uk-mcnt attaches 10 the ftahlishitig of iwo-rooni sc-hnols. The of oducution has ilut duly constituted authority to assume trie ins of rj school the terms of this policy no Grants will be given unless the house conforms, to a standard down by tiie government. art as official 'trustoR. Foremost Cons. Ko. 5 consolirlntcd S.D, in'--the of three units. A good agricultural country. The popula- tion .is largely Aniferican.' A two- room, ychoor lias been built and ;i teacher's residence imrdmsed. I 1'olskn, district is local-' ed thirty miles fas" of t'amrosc. The inhabitant arc Pules and Hntheniuns. The Echool ha.5 JCGII overt-rpwdeO for some time and a shack was the only residence provided for tlio teacher. An additional room is being added and a very comfortable residence Hearing cumplcticm. Kllswick, five room resi- dence liuilt during the past yoar. Knst Kim, 3747; Old Elm, 'iTI.S; New KJm, 374fl-r-These arc Mf.'nnonitt districts about eleven miles south ot The residences are two 1 types of plans have been prepared by j ro'im with clothes closet and the -'cheapest hornet cellar. Xeatly and plastered cciMny aronnd the .socond! and finished in the most up-to-date nlwiit am] tiiP third modut in style. MUJ vicinity of In addition Standoff, miles soutli toilers, Farmers, Trappers You. fiayj Uic. opportunity', to dispose of yoiir Hides. Wool, Uaw etcVat highest :inrket prices. Why not grasp it? We are absolutely Dealers in Western 'Canada selling direct to tanneries. Write 'today for our quotations and shipping tugs. TRY "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY. Write for our New Price-List just issued. Get on our mailing list. Advice free. Prompt riturns made 'by Draft Money Orders or Currency. I---------- A. CARHUTHERS Co., Ltd. Phone 595 1251 2nd Avenue S. 'Lethbridgo, Alts. 'DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS T'ALLOW HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN, AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT lo The cosi of tho residence a standanl of furn is also in order to encourage ihe fonnd- tion of. a porrafincnl home the dc- ol This ix aiiptbcr -M Homto uistrict, West Haley. district o? A Magrath. Standoff to nariimjnt insists that the house musljaiid West Haley built, according he on a at least five, j same plan as the three Elms. I acres near thf1 school. If all'llicaa White Mwl. tnilnEi conlitions arc c'onipKedt'vrilh the sotith-wcst of 1-Mnionton. A Ger- emu iiiird the coot nuan and Spandinaviiui district, llnilt lioii and Policy ts Popular '7 teachers homes of The of p for touchers In rural I ioug been rharanlcr were erected in 19ID ;is a rcHiiR of tlifs policy, i hut a most sutwtnhtiaJ sit.'ji hur-; hpi.-n Jakni toward Iho filti- aiion o[ die rural school prohloin. The (IfparlnKiiiL officials "hope1 thnt inarricd nieii as teacHcio may oc- cnpy many of theso homerf, and use tlifi fnr iiurpos-cfl, remain- ycar.i in tho same district. If districts inmnrrifd Indy fjachors aro empby- Apparently l oil it shnuld he possible'to IndUco a in no otlu-r way will it possiblo lo inarrfftd lo occupy ,th'; JNulfl ifiiclifr.4 in uiiJijy of llH'.rf: coun- and bounE ih'i teacher. 'In Kt'hnolri. [his bt-iny more- whem thorc n tivo-rooiu school, j ly trui1 in norrJCngHM] sof-jf-.vo or morn learhcrA' iiiay engage a In ttif i'JL-.ij tioiiPf-liccper mid ofjiipy Iho resicteijce of iriaintiimiiib' "Plincha" JHH] joinlly. Many such arrangements fiecu niori: or c-iicoiiragf'd witiriti are I'.-'i' wniiicl he reeffit Tim of rdu-j v.'itfi nn ?liack. and any of for Alliri'U .-tivpntily will jiroi-iifc for tho (.'ontinni I opcrrition of UHJ schools tfironfilioiit thi fcvr honied of lypr- in area's (joncliliiiii.- In UM rural srhoofs. A tc-jirh'.'rV. IKUIH; nf this characfer posniblf- ninny other lie out i not SKKisablOl to hrvvo IcfirfierK living alonr. JJTK! that tlu: )H iu no ilt'.iir.i1jl.! i j us ;i pcrriifliif-'iit hornr. i It P. iwintniivj'l ih.ii j in'.Toly jionir-tijat'- thru j a- three room teacher's residence and also it fine two-room school. i 'Ready Made ('cms. No. J iniloa east of hcthbriclge. Lluilt an up-to-date vooiu lenchcr'K deiice. The inhabitants aro largely American. Melfort Cons. Xo. miles east of Milk lliver. Hcttlerd from On-1 tario and tho United States. No. had 3 loacher's shnck wliicli ia iiow used as a feittfien for the now three rooni teacher's reaidencp. The people aro mainly L'hriitnian. Skiff Cons. Xci, KorcmoFt in fioudiern Alhorla. A fivo room i teuchor's (hat had been buiit'a year two previously. !n- hahilant.H tlie I'niMid .States tuirl Kastcrn Oinaita. Jloniirl fliil, ot Cnmror-ii.'. They adrifrd a i-cumiu TOOTH to Uioir nont hrick strncCnre that they alrendy possessed. T-'ie ctmiiiif; t-nrnivnl of tiiu -Shvin- erw Tlnnolulu will be by ono iniiit who weighs 1-'i and foj- whiiHI a Hiitrial slntcroom hatl to builf on ihe bnal deck of the hU'nnier from San HAVE YOU A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should: Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Pluses. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS'AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S. P.O. BOX J 1 Little children ask your assistance in brightening their lives. Can you refuse them? ;