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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATIIHDAY. MAHCII til, llttl Falling Off in Percentage of Male Teachers in Province Commented On _ to have her friends around her anil In Department of Etotion ReportiHSHsES romprlslns farms, slieep runs. I mountain pastnra.ues. lltm-i'toil" i rii's. Around rents and will be sold later. When Hit; caslli- lirsl purcllilK- Ifil by .Madame I'attl 11 only liad limit- ed but to onablo her In have her friends Mound her and _ j ried Intereslinp Report Tabled by i WHAT EXTENSION' OF po fico. P. Smith Gives Outline of Some of Depart- ment's Problems ciul to Ihe Herald! KKJIONTOX. Alar. dis- trict? to the number of one hundred ,.on reparations cvimVn-m-! and seven, repivscntine a t-rritory of. in olllcial eighteen hundred square miles, were erected during the year accord-1 station? corn ing to tne annual report oi li'.e dep.irl- preaches to (he R'nia meut oE education, i-aVde.i in the uouse sesinn was: ncressary by Hon. George I1. SmK'.l. minister of. education. In detailing 'he growth of, the educational system of the pro- vince during the'last year and the: time which has elapsed since the or- ganisation of the province, the report sets out that the number school; districts in 1900 was 603. and r.t the end of 1920 was The average in i reate. is over two hundred per year. The number of pupils enrolled in schools in 1905 was U4.245 and in ism' The number of teachers en-. _ gaged has increased in the same per-'Craig iod from 924 to The government trunks increased from in to in ISiO. ies in 190s amounted to and in 1819 reached a total oi Progress Keynote The note of progress in educational matters in the province is sounded throughout the report which says in regard to rural schools: "This de- mand for a better type of school is associated with a simile- demand tor a mora highly traiiy-'d teacher with maturity of scholarship and experi- ence, who. instead of being a tran- sient, will be a permanent resident of the community." Continuing the re- port says: "The majority of school boards are prepared to pay fair salary to a capable teacher who is interested In education and general training of the children in the district, but object io paying a high salary to immature teachers who have had no experience, and whose academic and professional training is very limited." There bas been a decided improve- ment in the general conditions of rur- al schools, according; to the report, which says that ninny districts have r-rected residences of a teacher. These residences are a marked improvement on those erected in former years and so a long way in "making it easier to obtain a permanent teacher who will become a member of the community. Care of Mentally Defective "The care of mentally defective says the report, "is one of the problems with which the Govern- ment ot Alberta is confronted." In 1918 a building was provided for children and in 1910 Thirty-five of them were placed in this Institution.; I.aat year a site of a permanent honie of these children was purchased. It consists of: one thousand acres of land on the north side of the Sask-; ZONE OF OCOlTATldN ALONC RHINE MEANS I'MJIS. Mar. The oivup.tilon of j Mulhei.n and Sin-Wort railway sta- in tlie Ruhr district of Hermany by French .mops was simi-ly a further step in tin- plan adopted by the Lou- it was lure to day. 'tie ap- .iiul their pos- o al her nearly 100. Included in the altera- he constriiclion of a small lib a soalins capacity of people. Session in Saskatoon (o President and Executive Committee SASKATOON. .Mar. Kx-Mayor M. A. Urown of Medicine Hat. vice- resident of the Western Canada colonization association who is here an oxeetilive meeting of thai body said this afternoon that the business transacted at the meet- Japan will stand be of a general character. r.s added. question of manaseiuenL would TOKYO. tiriulv on her over tho and of Yap. ihe south Tacilic. Vis-1 ue fully discussed, and a president count I'chiil... t'.ie fort-leu minister. ;ln executive committee appointed. declared a turning of the budget' i committee of Ihe diet yesterday in replv nt a member who asked whether 'the attitude of (Ireat Hritain and tho i council of tlir League of Nations and! that of the I'niif-d Stales regarding! iiuoitlou of tho policy of the orKanlMttlon come nn ant Iho Intention win to couie to a definite and llual dfdilon on thin Ini- portunt tnattt'r. AH soon HB thft tip. polntmc-nts woro completed thH or- Kunliutlou would ready to Iheir whole attuullon to the problems of colonization and lay down plan) for the- coming ytMir'H work. The. financial program o{ or- Kanlzution has linen curried dut. with great success, and It is expected that when the western campaign Is com- pleted the Original objective of ono and one half millions will have been reached. INDICTMENTS IN TOLEDO MAIL P.OBtERY TOLEDO. Ohio. Mar. Elghlocn individuals, two of them women, were named in indictments returned by tho federal grand Jury hero lato yesterday in connection with tho robbery of the Central postoffico last February 17, when live yrmed men held up threo railway mail clerks and escaped with sacks containing more than papers. in cash and negotiable niTTlin n I mi r Uuit lllt' Stales regarding UA II V I fix I I I- Y'M> did not affect Japan's interests! II 11 llMil I I nmi also whether Japan intended to I fli II U UnU! Ilt.r ,-ishts under the Yap y Nos Castle and Estate Bought By Memorial -m'u Association I.OXDOX. Mar. y Nos Castle in the house of the late Mnd.uue Adeline Patti. lias been sold Io liif Welsh national memorial association but the i mandate. Viscount I'chida said the govern-; is adopting every possible i to prevent the passage of t Ihiws similar to those adopted in Cali-1 forniu. j The foreign miuUior asserted that the trade asm-men1., li-.-tween Great Britain and soviet Russia was only a j temporary measure. i The Trenton Creamery Co. opened residue of the a branch in Pembroke. AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SEC. 1, 7, RGE. 16. 6 MILES SOUTH- EAST OF WRENTHAM ON THURSDAY, MARCH 31ST 1 Grey Horse, S 1 Brown Mare, it I Sorrel 'llorac, 10 due to he fvcpli at lime of sale. AT ONE O'CLOCK 3H' 1 Grey Horse. 7 years years. Ibs.; 1 Bay Mare. S years. ili years, lii'rt Mis.: J JUiy' Horsu. -j years. Ibs. years. 1200 1 Sorre! 7 years. lilOO COWS i1 Milch t'nw I Steer. 1 year okl. 50 Chickens. I Lumber Wagon ami Hay Hark; 1 heavy Lumber Waeon Tank. 125 bushel; 1 IS-harrel AVater Tank: I set of Heavy Team Sleighs; 1 10x20 Titan Unpine: 1 set Knyinc Plows, itoi-ii Island make: 1 Emerson Gang Plnw: 1 Sulky Plow; 1 McCurmii'k Seeder; I Double Disc; ;t sets of Doimin Team Harness; 2iMi bushels of Oats; Forks. ShoveK numerous oLher articles. 1 Phonograph. Alao Household Effects. Terms? of fcule: the balance payable Xov. 1st .with 'approved joint notes at off cash on the credit amounts, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer J. A. VANOVER, Owner. ntchewaii River, miles east; of Edmonton. It is probable that j steps will be taken to ereci a peruiati-; ent home there this year. Lens Male Teichers In hia section of the report the de-1 puty niiuiater tleulores Ihe EftCt that j there is a. gradual decrense in the per- j i-entage male teachers. While Al-j lierta is more fortunate than some of the other provinces in this respect, he regrets that the percentage has I dropped from 30 per cent in I90G to: per cent in He-speaks of the need of male teachers for 'the 'teen j age toy, who needs the leadership of; a man. i Approximately eighteen hundred; hoys'and girla in the province receive, ihelr education iu private schools. i Secondary Education ThR- report of the inaper-tinn of sec-. tmdary education is not of the same optimistic lone as some of the other. reports, J. A. Smith, inspector of High .Schools, sayp: am unable to re-; port any marked improvement the accommodation provided for secoHil- ary education in the ton-a schools. Thcar are only a few schools jn the province, where provision is made. or likely to be made during the next tiro or three years, for ma-, terial expansion in secondary educa- tion." Tho town of Didsbury is named: as one of the exceptions to this' statement. The reason, says the re-j port, is that the mill rate in most of] the towns has reached a maximum j and that recommendations which j mean an increase in school taxes ;ire not favorably .received. Thp inspector1 speaks favorably of the work beiiiR dung in the Prevocational school at. Calgary. In his report G. A. MdCee. junior in- ppector of High Schools, takes up the matter of commercial tralnine in higii schools. He says '-that tho mutter is. one which demands .1 thoughtful cnn-' Huleraliou. The wisdom of tlie commerda! training from the ulur work of the high school is a queatlon which must be considered. "Commercial education is an, inLegriil part of the high school system." he says. In Bumming up the work of the the supervisor of schools among new Canadians, aays: "The work has re- sulted in placing at least forty ad- ditional teachers: has meant better living; conditions for more than that many teachers brought the bpginniug of high school education to the donra of numbers of children, who. other- wise, could never have swcuml U; has retained teachers in servic? who wouUl otherwise have lout in Mif. profession; and :--et ou loot a nio'it for supplying a congiiJortiblH number of ymms men :md wonifMi for our training f-rhnols. infer In re- turn to rural Hchools to servo tho vince as TO CANDY KITCHEN PROPRIETORS, CONFECTIONERS AND OTHERS: AUCTION SALE OF Candy-making Machines, Display and general equipment of a Candy Kitchen. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL AT HIS AUCTION ROOMS ON MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 21ST AT 2.30 O'CLOCK b the equipment, appurtenances and general stock of a candy-maker a n f I co n f c t n e r, GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY MORNING SALE AT 2.30. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONES, 770. 469. While every woman h entitled by her marriage license to preach to one man, Mrs. Kthel Baker IJrwvn lias boon duly Ik-enseil us n Methodist minister .it. Ganl, hid. She is the tirst woman pastor of that statu. __ AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT THE OLD PALACE LIVERY BARN, CORNER 3RD ST. AND 3RD AVE. THE FOLLOWING: 1 (irey '.Marc, r, years old. 13M) lljs.: 1 drey Marc, vars old. iS'jil Ills.; 1 flrey .Mare. years old. 12SII Ibs.: 1 Uhielc Horse. 4 years old, HOD lljs.: I Day Horse. -1 years old. I 100 llj-i.; 1 Ilnn-.-n Horse. -1 years old, l.'M H'S.: i Day Jiaru. years old. 1100 I niai-k .Mare. -I years old. Ilia.: i Grey Mare, f, years old. lino Ibs 1 Hay Horse. years old. MOD Ibs.: .T Colts, rising 2 scars. IMPLEMENTS r C-horse l-ivener; i Great West Sulky Plow, ;iail liri-iilinr set ot 1'lowi sets r.f Do.iidf Team Ihi-ne.-p; l" Van Prill, duuliln dine. n- 1 Sulky 1 l.evi.-i- [jeer- ing Mover: 1 l.-unlvr triiile 1 I-'arai Ti-in-k 1 lifflu wauon: Cvi'inn CiT.'.dslom-: 1 Ini'iiliaior and Rn- lOiiu-rnoii lllalii-: I 1'irv. j il .--.i-t.; Team 15 CHOICE DAIRY COWS ANC HEIFERS- Hume ilm.' In- CiviiiB nji lano'lr.. Nu J..M.I-VI-- Iv. 1-1 Uiii.a will In- Mild. JAMES THOMPSON, Owner. A. N. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer OFFERED FOR SALE Y PUBLIC AUCTION FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT GEO. W. MURRAY'S FARM (OWNER) EAST SEC 2, T. 8, RGE. 21, 8 MILES SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: Clyde Stallion, General TIooil 2ud (So. foaled May Sth. sire, Hood; Dam, Luilj- Wallace. 1 team Grey JUres, 7 and yrars. in foal: 1 team Bay foldings, 1 and 5 years; 1 team Hay Mare's, S ami 10 years, 1 in foal; 1 Black Mare, 7 years, in toal- 1 Black OeldiiiK. 4 years; 1 Bay Mare, S years: 1 Cray Maro, C ypurs in foal: 1 Saddle Pony; 1 Grey Gelding, rising S years; 5 fo'lta. rising 2 years; 5 c'hoice Dairy Cows; S head Cattle. 2-year-ulU Steers and Heifers; 1 Yearling Heifer; 40 Chickens. John Deere Gang Plow, stubble and breaker bottoms; 1 John Deere Stug Breaking Plow; 1 John Deere Combina- tion Walking Plow; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Drag Harrow; 3 Deering Mowers: 1 McCdrraiok Rake; 1 Deecing Stacker; 2 Sweep Hakes: I Van Brunt Press Drill; 1 Kentucky Press Drill; I llcCormlck Binder, S ft 1 Massey-Harrls Binder, 6 ft.; 1 set light Bob Sleighs: 1 A Ditcher: 1 heavy Wagon and Hack: 1 Double Box; 1 light Wagou and Rack: 1 Fanning .Mill; 1 Grindstone; 3 sets Double Work Har- ness; several Collars. Forks, Shovels, etc.: 2 Heating Stoves; 1 Barrel Churn; 1 Folding Bed and Mattress; 1 Bed and Spring. TERMS CASH. BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DISTRESS WARRANT FOR RENT Merchants Bank of Canada, Landlord, and Earl C. Guilbault, Tenant and to me directed against the goods and chattels of Earl C. (lull- bault named in tho said Distress1 Warrant I have seized the follow- ius goods, namely: Bay Horse, Roan Horse. Brown Mare. Horse. Black Mare, Brown Mare, Brown Mare. Grey Horse, Sorrel Mare, Bay Horse, Hed Cow, Black and White Cow; Seed Drill. 2 Mowing Machines, Gang Plow, Walking Plow, Sulky Plow, Set Harrows. Disc, Cultivator, Po- tato Planter, Potato Sprayer. Wagou, 2 Trucks and Racka, 2 Bull Hakes, Stacker, Hay Rake. Milk Wagon, Gisoline Engine, Jack Pump, 5 Sets Double Harness, Single Harness, Milk Bottles, Two Wheel Cart, Cultivator, Range and Cupboard. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tuesday, the 22nd Day of Mar., 1921 AT SUPERIOR FARM, FOUR MILES SOUTH- EAST OF LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF TWO P.M. Dated Lethbritlge, March 12th, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. AUCTION SALE HORSES AND FARM MACHINERY HAVING SOLD OUR FARM, WE WILL SELL AT THE FARM The N.E. of Sec. 16, Twp. 10, Rge. 19, Six Miles North and Five Miles East of Coaldale ON FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. 25 HEAD HORSES 1 hltitik KPldinfi1, 13 yfiitra old, weight 1700; one team bay mares, 10 years old, weight :UOO; 1 bay mare, S years old, weight 1500; 1 Loam buy 7 old. weight ,tOOO; l grey gelding, 7 yearn old. wfiijrlit lofni; I seM'nP. ;i years old, weight 1-lGO: 1 sorrel 7 i ..iri in 1 liiiv innrp I! vnars nld. 1450: 1 voarling colts. THREE HEAD CATTLE 1 extra fioil niilK cow, fresh noon; 1 two-year-old heifer; 1 yew- ling hell'er. FARM IMPLEMENTS Two wagons grain tanks: two McOormick Binders: one Hinder; wngon with box; one, low wagon: IAVO 'nay OIK; stable water tank, pump, and hose; two H-inch Cockwhutr plnWH: oim cultivator: ono mowing machine; two disc harrows: ra'i biir-mws; one 1'i-horyopowr-r yriKiuri; one fanning MrCormick ilrills; .anun pickler; sevrjn GOODS on'1 H'Hii'l oak nftrly one old raw: ono 18-incli r.'iiiini lic.itcr; OUR M-incli nno baking ruliinnt; rniantity of ihsnli'iint. in condition; fixIJ nig; out; uutchlns; wri'U'.'-r. nrticloH too nnniorouH to ilu-ntion. AM iiTtirU's of or under, cash; all sums ovur that, iinmuiit, lialr canh, Ininnco Oct. I, 1021, at upd 4% discount for cash on in-dit amounts. McCOY BROS., Owners. J. E. ROSS, Clerk- PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND VIRTUE Of A CHAYTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN 1Y THE FELGER FARMING CO., LTD., TO UNION BANK OF CANADA AND TO MB DIRECTED AGAINST. THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF THE FELQER FARMING CO., LTD., NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGE, I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: in-bottom Kntilnn Giuig 1'luw: S-bottom Cockshutt Engine Clang Plow; B-bottom Cockshutt KiiRlne timiB 1'lotf; 40-84 Nicola t i5. Separator: lfl-82 Minneapolis Separator: (i Cylinder GO h.p. Twin Oily (las Tractor, subject to LetlibrldKO Ironworks lien of 4 Cylinder 40 II.IL Twin City lias Trai- tor; 2 It-dice VunllruiH Press Drills; :i IS disc Viinliruiit Drills; 20-ft. 4-secllon I. H. Lever Harrows; S liio-busliol nniln Tanks; 24 WRton Cook Car and Truck; Sleeping Car and Truck; 11 Binders; 3 Democrats; Ford Car: 7 Sets Double Harness: 1 Potato Sprayer; 3 Hay Rakes; 18 Hay Rucks: 1 Cultivator, two-wliuel: Triple Calm; "Uttle Walking Plow; 2 two-horso Cultivators: Kuapcr; Huy Tedder: 3 live-foot Mowers; 3 elx-foot Mowers; Stewart Sheaf Ixiader; 7 S-foot 16-16 Discs; 2 lG-lm-li Sulky Plows; 1 Corru- lli-fl. Knslno tiang Diets; Ktted Packer; 2 Subsurface Packers; ttwn. Block Scale: I Water Tank. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Saturday, 26th Day of March, 1921 AT FELGER FARM, SOUTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 10 O'CLOCK FORENOON. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT THE NOON HOUR. Dated Letlibrldge, Alta., March 12th, 1821. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. AUCTION SALE Immediately following the above advertised Bailiff Sale, there will be by auction the under- mentioned articles: 5 Drill Hitch; Blacksmith Forge; Anvil: Vise; Post Drill: Black- smith Tools; Log Chains; Rakes: Hoes; Scoops; Shovels: Forks; ,1 Heating Stoves: number ot Iron Beds; Springs; Mattresses and Pil- lows; Horse Collars and Halters: Saddle and Bridle: Hay Slings; Canvas; quantity small tools and odds and ends too numerous to detail. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. JANE SPENCER, ADMINISTRATRIX FOR THE ESTATE OF B. B. SPENCER; I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC' AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23RD ON SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 12, RANGE 19, FOUR MILES NORTH OF TURIN SCHOOL COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. 1 Bay 10 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; 1 Marc, 7 years, weigit 1300 1 Brown Golilins. S years, weight 1400 Ibs.; 1 Brown Gelding, 6 years, weight 1100 Ibs.; 1 Bay Celding, 7 years, weight 1200 His.: 1 Day Gelding. 12 years. 1250 Ibs.; 1 Ulaolc Mare, o yoars, weight 1-100 Ibs.; 1 Saddle Pony, 10 years; 2 Colts coming 3 years old; 2 Colls coming 2 years old1; 2 Colts comhis 1 yeur old; 1 liegistered Shorthorn Bull, 4 years, register No. 3 Mllnji Cows coming Iresh coon; 4 setB Work Harness; 1 John Deere Sulky Plow; 1 set Iron Harrows: 1 Massey-Harrls Disc: I Shoe Drill; 1 Frost Wood 8-foot Binder, new last year; 1 Hay lluke: I Deoring Mowing Machine; 1 Wagon and Rack: 1 Wagon and Grain TanU: 1 Manitoba Power Windmill; 1 Feed Grinder; 1 300-gallon Onsoiine Steel Tank: 1 Force Pump; 1 set Blacksmith Tools; 1 Buggy Harness; 1 Saddle; 1 Hog Scalder; 1 GrinilStono; Bunch Barrels; 1 Trailer for Ford Car; 1 Heider Engine, 12-20: 1 3-furrow Engine Gang 1'low; 1 Ford Runabout; 1 Ford TouririK Car; 1 Fanning Mill; 1 Single Diiggy; 1 set Bob Sleighs; auil a lot ot other articles too numerous td mention. Terms of articles of and under will be Cash. On other goods time will be given till October 1st, 1U21. at interest on secured bank notes. 5% discount for cash on credit amounts. Two Ford cars, cash. FREE LUNCH AT JANE SPENCER, Administratrix PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer D. MeSWAIN, Clerk. UNRESERVED AUCTION SEE OF Horses, Mules, Cattle, Machinery, Etc, AT W. HYSSOP'S RANCH EIGHT MILES NORTHEAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 24TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK PROMPTLY The having received Instructions from Win. Hyssop, who has rented his farm, will sell the following: GO Teams Good Work Horses, 4 to 7 1300 to 1600 50 Good Young Mules, 3 to 5 yess-s, broke; 20 Head Milch 100 Geld- halter broke. Rumley Engine. 30-fin, in repair: Hnraley separator, new: 8-nottom John Deere Plow: Clink Cur: Packor; Bunk Oil Tank and Wagon: Water Tank urn! 2 VanUnint Prcns Drills: Z sels Iron Harrows: 2 .lohn Deere Disc IMowu; 2 John Deere 14-ineh Plows; DecrliiE Stacker anil Hull Rakes: 2 Side Delivery Rakes: 2 12-ft. Horse Hakes: Dc-ering ninilnva: WaKonB and drain Tanks; 7 Wagons and Ruc.lis: 3d Double Harness: I'olato Planter; Potato Cultivator: Msem'.y-llarrls Datk-fnol Cultivator; sets Double Discs; Spring Wagon; Curt. 1 5-honepower Stickney Engine; 1 Dodge Truck; 1 5-pasoenger Velie Car Tlie aliovr: will lie round Just, as reprusi'iiteil, iinil IB an opportunity for Intending imri'liasere. TERMS: All HlllllB of iinrl under. 'V.slr. II'.-CM- llial amount, time -will till November 1; t. on jjpijroveil joinl, lien notes bearing' at tho rate of s per rc-nt. per annum. S per cent, discount for iinili. LUNCH PROVIDED. R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer ;