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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y HERALD PAGE ELEVEN, Hon. Ceo. P. Smith's Edutallon- ul ;Ueport Valuable And Interesting, KIXMOXTOX, Siarcli 'largo proportion ot the pupils In Alberia schools'ure retarded, according to the anniuil: report submitted ot min- ister of education which was placed on the. table ot tho hoiuo on Tuesday. Tim reporbset out that more than one- half ot Iho pupils lu aro retarded ami more than one-third cf tho Buplls lu tlie province are the same. Vho cjacl percentage 0: pupils affected thus In Grade VIII is uO.SS and of ill the pupils the percen taffl retarded is 35.85. Ot the 'lotnl attendance only au> iu the high school grades which 'is slightly' brer nine percent ot Uie total attendance and 075 In Grade VII., or little than ono percent, are pupils in Grade I and 333G in Grade Vlll. This the darker side ot the report and the reason for this discouraging cond'tloq of affairs is given in the con- of the report of puty minister, which reads as follows: The legislation provided during the year for tho better administration ot the school, has done much to make It speaks with approval of the policy of eliminating in grades' S, 9 and 10'and says that In order to make tuls more effective a staff ot high school inspectors is being ap- pointed to.make more frequent and closer Inspection ,pt tho high schools. The Mennonlte- The deputy gives a special heading to tho activity among the Meiinonitss and tho work that is being dono among these people. He concludes "The majority of teachers were re- turned soldiers who had tact and ex- perience in teaching and those, men won Ihe esteem nnd confidence of (lie community, by their enthusiastic work and manly altitude as residents ot the colony. Inspectors aud teachers havo reported favorably on the gen- era! thesa people toward public and on the rapid pro- gress which' -is being made by tlielr children in all their studies. Technical Education Tho superintendent of technical edu- cation has prepared a survey of the province in which he deals in Interest- ing manner with the subject, outlining the possibilities of household science and manual training'and tho value of night schools. "Every carefully considered and well managed extension of. school has had a very strong popular possible for them to utiain n nighstan- support. Technical schools are at tli'e dard of excellence but all tucoc means present time increasing largely, the _ will prove'futllc unless we can induce our bestrhien and women to enter tho teaching profession. Intellectual, moral and 'physical development ot tho province must bo con- sidered .'of such .a fundamental and day schools are makinj possible adult education of a moa valuable character in evening He "speaks favorably ot tlie part time' classes in connection with the SIR JAMES IAN MacPHERSON Chief Secretary foi Ireland, who Fald in the House ot Commons thai tho Stun Fein -bad at least men prepared to commit murder a any hour of the day or night. COMMISSION UNDER FACTORY ACT TO SET LOW WAGES, EDMONTON, March John R. J3oyle, attorney general, lerday afternoon gave notice of cliange In the factory act. Th amendment follows closely the' Bri !sh Columbia and Manitoba acts', which APS AND CHINESE IN FAR EAST Chinese nil Japanese' ;bave JicC'.Ij-'inJson In Hw' 'ou-Tlinef: "data1 of Mar'ch teyaihe lViVjlkS.lV litormed; ,-XThe' Jhinesi will -61 our divisions, hree. 'of WINNIPEG RECORD 1 March 9ih CinieroiMJUshlanders ot Wlnm-'U'd lorJUii peg sent 3.S91 offices, N.C.O.'s ftud men overseis during .the late war, ac- cording .to tleui.-Col. HI- V. -Osier, 6f- licer Ot this number) ivlS9 were' filled in action or died'; o( "R'ouijds. -Toose' receiving honors. ami. totalled 386, one member being awarpcd. the. Victoria Cross. COMMITTED FOR MURDER Frcil Gilbert today on a charge of Laving -murdered ,Uobert Ironside aj, Swift Jlapius -power house on Iho ig of was commit- Governor Harding Board TO thi; darmSian Cl.iibi 'Work Says' in tho great romody! 't9r; tho 'High' Cost' i v .'JftKantaEjes of. a v apparent; to rooat, ptorsoris, but have you oiporlonosd the convenience of a Joint Ac- count? Any of our 39O Branch Mauagars will you particulars.' ASSETS EXCEED (iu UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch A. Dunbar, Manager Brenches also at Card stbn and Barons is tho primary -importance, that.the teacher: Calgary commercial high school, who has'the scholarship, teaching He recommends a modification ot power and personality will bs consul-! [he curriculum making tho Instruction ercd ons.'.of the most indisjienslble' nioro practical. In mining centres members; of- the; coraniuhitjv and j might receive, instruction Of he ruwnrded'liy helug paid a ge'uoioua cial value to infuofs.'' The work of the. teacher who The Mentally Deficient studies Ihu child ;is well as Ihe- sub-! The report of the acting snperJuten- sects, taught., is fascinating, anil teel of Iho mentally defective chil- HHSured that if the public will vccog- useful in many ways in the Inslltii- tor school improvement. average j lion. Some of the elder rate of interest of loans tliat were cf-1 girls Imve Itecomo-efficient in per- fected as _ forming Iho f iuinlcr forms of liouse- lii Mealing with tlie subject of sup- hold work aud the progress made in ply Qf teachers, Mr. Itoss, deputy inin- this direction is .very, noticeable. Knit- to .tho world condition. in! ting, needle- Ontario there is a. shortage of taught. successfully teacn'ers. In oiie-lhtrrt ot fhe rural' lenefiers: arc without i tut ion have been A very good teaching lu IJrilain thelganlbn'has been kcpt'by iho larger LISBON, March .Assoclat. ed' reigns In this city, nor has tho quiet that prevails been disturbed for a long time. Reports relative to a serious state ot affairs here which have-been current in the outside world for tho last fortnight, had their origin in rumors could not be contradicted because of tbe strike of tho nosta.l and telegraph ser- vice employees which cut off com- munication with other-countries. progressive plan of education Is threat- of teachers. Mr1.; Eoss rotors to. the; 'demand on the-narl of Ihe com- munity for teachers and s.hillly willingness tc pay hifther speaks satis- faction thd. of uormpl tniinhis.: The pqlicviof en- couraging pupils enter ihh.teaching profession hy Jpiins respited lis'increas- Lioys ot tho janitor aiid prodnced fresh Ihroughoul the season.-' vegetables OLD-FASHIONED PREACHING (Catholic Keview.) Mercier said at 8 din ncr in New York "Nobody preaclies ahont hell fire ins the attendance hyV'40 percent. Ho now. Hell preaching, as II is j called, evokes more amusement than Great Britain is to-return the Ken- :ucky ting whic-h was captured at the jattle.of the Thames in Michigan in the war of 3 812, thul chronic 'skin "diseases which hare (icfied all cither H Is becr.uso iCain-Buk is cidp.l, and also has such power nl penetration tiiat it reaches diseaso In the underlying tissues r.nd 'cures from the "root" up. That Is the- only Kay a pdrma'riont 'cure'Cnn be effected. Mr.ll.C.DucklcyotlCi E.Broad- way, Tortlanrt, Oreg'on, srtys: For chronic okln dfceiuffit there Is nothing Uxo. Zam-Buk. For llficen years 1 had eczema, and T tried an. endless number ot 'eczema but nothing was capablo ot curing me permanently until I ugcd Zam-Buk, Ten months' use of Zfitn- IJuk has effected a complete cure For ulcers, abscesses, boils, ring- worm, blnftd-nnlsoning, piles, hurop, scalds and cuts, Zam-JJtik Js equally good. All dealers or 'Zaid-Duk Co, Toronto. 5Cc. bor, 3 'for horror. "I. once heard an old-fashioned Brussels priest say to his1 congrega- 'Friends, you've seen moiten iron poufius out. of a haven't you? You've, seen how it comes forth whitehot, sizzling, hissing, Weil, -'And the preacher pointed'impres- sively straight down with 'bis long finger. 'Well, friends, Ihey use that stuff for Ice cream down Nature intended women lo b3 strong.; healthy and happy as the day' is' lung, j InsUud of being Kick.and .Xvrelch'ed.: But how. can any woman he healthy and happy when-the wholo-nervous system is unstrung. The trouble, is' they pay move "attention to j and household dntles than fliey-do to their health: Is then that they bficomo-irritable ami nerv- ous, have hot faint anil spells, -smothering and sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and every-j thing in life her.nmbs durk and gloomy, j A good plan fo follow when var- nishing is to varnish every 'oilier step, using the remainder of the stops going up and down. When thoroughly finish the unvar nished steps. This makes the steps much more perfect, because they wifl nol-lK) marred by too early use. On Fade, Large, Red, Inflamed, Lost Sleep, Cutictira Heals. ta on my toce. scattered over itj tfld hecatnc 1 itg; rind red. I could net help ir.j tbsra, aa JI ma a fctM- jj fuf eight. actamel to po At Ibil i ccratcbtd find losa ol "I C'-ticura Eatp ar.d Olat- tftw Kilns leer cikes ol Cutlcun find two tic.xes ci n. Uaae Donvenlolc, ?u5 M Avc.. Jin, 25, IIW. Prevent furthet tioubb fot tolki pupowi. SotK'ZSe, OkkMM if loV, 9oV Craa Et. St., Mi. 8015 ytilkxrt SENATOR HITCHCOCK inK Democrat member of tb United States Senate Foreign Hela lions Committee, who nays no prumh; has been made by America to with draw the reservation regarding tin voting powers of lirllWi Unniliilon In the fjcagno of Xatlons, find cnte. Ibo league if Ireland Is given horn rule on a Dominion basis. "Weak, Ihin or women; 'nearly always nervous (bus that tliin-j ness, weakness, nnd neurarr-1 thcnla arc almost invnrinblf dm to! nerve Feed your norvei i ami all these symptoms due to nerve disappear. Km in out specialists1 r.tate that one of tho best Iliings for the nerves an organic phosphate known among; druggists HF a five-; grain tablet ot which should be taken1 v.-llh oach' meal.'Being a genuine nerve builder and, not A stimulant or habit-! forming drug. Hitro-Phopshnte can ho safely taken by the most dolfcnla suf-i lerer, nnd Iho results following It.i use are often simply astonishing. Hy strengthening th? nerves, weak, tired people regain energy and rigor; thlnnea nnd angularity give way to plumpness and curves; sleep returns to tlin sleepless; confidence and cheer- fulness replace debility nnd dull eyes bf.comf; h.'ight find -pnlf f'-unken checks regain Iho pink glow of brallh. rhoanhnlo. tho use. of which Is inexpensive, also wonder- fully promotes the assimilation of so, much so, that mniiy peoplo report marked gains of weight in n few weeks. Those taking It who do riof desire to put on flesli, should line extra cnro in avoiding foods. AUCTION SALE At the farm of tho late B. S. PAWSON, one mile East and one mile South of Coalilalo. Twelve miles East of Lethbridgis. On Saturday Afternoon, March 27th, 1920 PURE BRED SHORTHORNS Mrs! B. S. Pawson will sell, at PUBLIC AUCTION the following registered SHORTHORN CATTLE SIX BULLS will be offered tor sale, these bulls, 'are in good -flesh r and in excellent condition. Five bulls are two out of JHadow'bav.n Duke.-'Tbe herd St lection's Gold will be offered for sale, he is out of Selection (Grand Champion 'at-tb.o International In Chicago in SIX regUtered. .will he sold. Thsse cows will bo guaran- teed to be -with calf, they arc all bred to Valiant Dale (sired by Dale Clarion.'by Double Dale.) 1 Sale' called at 1.30 sharp. I SALE ATiO'Nk O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by UA8TUCK wilt sell by Public Auction, a of Household And-also1. driving buggy; set of glnglo hjiness; chiclieii coop; anttbe LAND AND BUILDINGS THERE-. ON; 2 well built shicks; ALSO FOR0 5-MSSENGER AUTOMOBILE i .1917 MODEL! EXCELLENT RUNNING ORDER TERMS CASH' PHONES AUCTION SALE FARM IMPLEMENTS FURNITUR IlEmlig received Erom MR, J. A. WELLS, who has sold -farm, 'Ihe 'Undersigned will sell by Public Auction and without reserve i r AT THE FARM SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 29-9-20, BEING TWO MILES WEST-AND ONE MILE NORTH OF COALDAlE, ON v p Wednesday, Mar. 24th COMMENCING FREE LUNCH AT NOON sums and under, cosh; larger amounts half cnsh, bnlance. on approved notes payable' October 1st, 1920 at S .per cent, interest; y per discount for cash on" credit amounts. J WORKHORSES One about 1300; -one hay gelding, weight '.'about 12Cij; qne burkskih gelding, weight ah out 1300; one-team liny weight ahcml .2200; two brown mures, coming four .ysars old, unbroken; one buckskin gelding, coming four years old. unhrokcn; three, col's, coming thrco years old, unbroken; sly colts, coming two years old, unbroken; two colts, coming one year .old, unbroken; three mares, from 1200 to 1400 Iba.'cach." COWS A number of cows will also bo offered sale. IMPLEMENTS One McCormick S-foot binder, almost one JlcCormick 5-foot mower; one JInssoy-IIarris hay rake, now 'last year; one Bmerson gang plow, 12 inch; one nralrla breaker. walkinj plow, 14 'inch; also other machinery. work iiarncss; eight -collars; ono set single driving harness. 20 Harred Plymouth Hock Cockerels; 40 mtod aeus; S turkey hoiiE. MRS. B. S. PAWSON, Owner, G. H. LEQLER, Auctioneer. in_arej.6 1750; 1 lirown gelding, 5 years.' weight.1700; 1 gelding, li.years, weight 1600; i team fillies, cpniiiiK 4, iveight 2600; ,1 coming fi years; 1 yehrHng 'c'olt; 1 general ptirijpso smooth 1505.'- 1 Jersey milk cow, Just fresh; 5'sood milk cows, sonic fre'en, balance to'freshe'ii 'aoon; 2 4 steers', 3 years'; It steirs, 2 22 .calves; '35 head of tows ami heifers, all .ypnne in good shape; 'all''these animals'havo.'had plenty all winter. 1 Dcering hinilcr; .1 Massey-Harrls disc; 1 OliwV sulky plow; 1 shoe 1 Beerlng single disc drill; 1 set .wooden harrows; 1 set .Iron .burrows; wagon, 3VI; 1 wagon-'314; 3 hay racks; 1 Peter Sehnljer wagbn, 3. with box; 1 democrat; 1 wheel- new; 1 llnssey-llnrris niWcr, 1 John Deero uiowcr, E-fogt; 1 Maasey-Harris .wheel 3 sets harness; 1 set siuelo driving stocli saddle. r ONE CHEVROLET CAR, 1916 MODEL Complete furnishings and equipment of three-roomed including 3 beds nnd organ, sewing machine, etc. Also many small articles too numerous lo mention; TERMS-'-ATnounta-up over .that- amount, one- half cash' and Ijalanco, on.-approved note maturing. October 5% discount, for, cash on credit amounts. PETER LeVALLEY, DV J. McbWAlN, Clark c-b Dowsley Land Aeencft. Heart "and Xeryo Pills tlio very rcineily lhat nervous, tired- out, weary need -to rcsloro them to the lilcssings ol goort healtlt. Mrs. P. 11. Ryan, Kami Point, N. .been a great suffer- er from nerve trcwMes. I was so wcnk nervous 1 could not sleep nt nijht. and my was very poor. 1 could noV'walk across Ihe floor wUh- out tremblinij. I had hot flushes fainting spells. I IVJIH on tny second IJDX of Milburu's Heart .nn-t[ Xerve Pills I tcgan to ftcl teller j and kept on until r had U92d siv! boxes when I felt n different iicr- son. J am never wilhout them in the house and recommend tlujin to all who suffer with their Prlco 50c a box at dealers or mailed direct on rccrlpt of price liy The T. Slilliurn Co., l.imHcdj Turonto, AUCTION SALE Farm, Farm Stock, Implements, Household Furnilure, etc. T have been fqvoreti with mstnictionsTrom MR. JOHN T, THOMP- SON, to sell by public auction On FRIDAY, MAR. 26th i AT ONE O'CLObK AT THE SOUTH HALF OF SEC. 18-1-16, EIGHT i MILES SOUTH WEST OF MILK RIVER, EIGHT NORTH WEST OF COUTTS One team grey mares, 3 and 4 'years' old, weight learn gelding am] marc, 6 and S years old, weight 2SOO; ono heavy Clyde team; 2-ycar-old horse colt; ono team bplaek drivers, 6. and 8 years old, weight 2200; one grey marc, 12 years old, weight 1200 Ihs.; 'one bay mare and coll. 3 years old; ono tour year old Hnmlltonlan mare, .weight two three-year-old cells; one'. two-year-old coll; ona team, marc nnd gelding, (i and S years old, weight 2700 Ihs.; one .black team BcIilinBs, 7 and 9 years old. weigHt .2000 Ibs.; ono mare, 8 years, weight 1200 Ibs., and 3 two-year-old colts; one (rcsh cow, 4 years old; one Jersey cow, S years; all frssh in spring; ono 7-year-old cow, fresh In spring; one 2-year-old heifer. 1 T.IcCormick binder; 1 Kentucky prtss drill; 1 Hoosler donblo dfsr, press drill; 1 disc harrow; 1 Oliver slaj sulky plow, IS Inchj 1 4-scction lever harrow; 1 harrow cart; heavy wagons, douhlo box compietc; 1 h.p. Imperial pumping engine nnd jack; 1 Emer- son 12-25 h.p. engine-; 1 three-bottom slulihlo nnd two-bottom breaker nearly new; terms will he given on engine and plows. HOUSEHOLD Consisting of dressers, slands, becla, tables, chairs, wnshltig machine, stovos, cream separator, etc. Articles unricr ten dollars articles over ten be given to October 1atp'1920, on approved aecurlty, 10 ptr cent. Interest, 10 per cent, discount (or cash. THEFARM nf acres of tinr. land; ono hundred and sisly acres broken, with one ol Iho liisl wells In Ihis p.irl o{ ths country. All fenced and cross-fenced; one- storey and a half house, ICi 2S; one onrn. with Boo.i hiiy doulilo artanteil- will) tar .paper In botween; one pumping house .mid garage, Hxl6, doublo boarded; ono chicken coop. TERMS ON cash, balance on easy payments. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer AUCTION JOHN T. THOMPSON, Owner., 327 lllh Street South. Phono 1692. Farm Stock, Implements, Hoasehold Effects Havina Received Instructions from MR. CHARLES GLASPEY, who has rented his farm, the undersigned will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION and at THE SOUTH-EAST BARTER OF SEC. IS, TWP. 9, RGE. 21 .FOUR MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRlDdfe, ON 25th, 1320 -COMMENCING ATKj.12 O'CUpCK LUNCH AT 1150 1 dapple greyVfolding, 6 years old, weighing 1500 Ibs.; 1; gelding, 7'years old, welghmg 1360 I hay gelding, 7 years, welg- ychrs old, weighing 1SCO Ibs.'; 1 bay.gcltllns, 7 years, weigh- ing HOO; I hay geldlnx. C'ycn'rs, weighing 1400; 1 hay goldinE, 7 gelding, 6 years, weighing 1250: i black geldins, coming 4 years, weighing 13150; 1 brown jtdiling. 4 yeara, wolghlng 1103; bay mare, coming 3 years, weighing 120D; 1 marc. In fo'al, 5'years; 1 sorrel mare. In foal, 1 years; 2. colts; 1 general purpose gelding. Horses ore fat nnd ready, for 1 milk cow, fresh six vrecks; C milk cows; 2 beef steers, coming 2 years; B beef heifers, coming 2 ycnrs. All rnnd 2 farm wagons, 2 bay racks; I wagon box; 1 International swing, slacker; 2 bull rakes; I McUonnick mower, 5-foot; 1 peering mower, C-foot; 1 Dcering wheel rake; 1 sldo rako; 1 Monitor double disc .J.TCSS drill; 1 Kentucky press drill! 1 lejor, harrow. -1 sections; I .McCormick disc, 1C; i sulky plow, stubhlo Ind breaker bntloms; 1 single hijKgy! 2 fanning mills, one a 1 grind stone; J blacksmith's outfit; 1 clock saddle; 3 scls brllching harness; extra bridles, etc; 1 platform scale, 600 Ibs.; 1 Ford cnr, 1917 model fn good shape; S betls, 3 springs, 1 mattress; 1 Our- ney-Oxford cook stove 1 heating stove i 1 laundry stove; 1 extension tah'c. 12 font; refrigerator, buffet, bonk case, writing desk, chairs, tables, washing machine; 15 volumes Encyclo- paedia Ilrilannlcn; 50 1M. Itrd Chickens; about S long Gold Coin potat- oes, dug, before the frost; about 100-bushels N'o. 1 Marqul.s'seed.-, wheat; about 50 biisliels. seed flax; many other articles (o mention. Farm Machinery, one-third cash, -balance, on approved notes maturing November 1st, 1020, at per cent. Inter- est. 6 per cent, discount on amounts for cash. Everything PETER LeVALLEY, Auctioneer D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk c-o Dowsley Land Agency, ;