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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 25. 11)18 ^'.ilE Ll^yrHBRIDGI-: DAILY r.ERAI.D PAGE ELEVEN Consolidatioe of Rutal Schools in the Province (H.v J. McChIr,I tlin coiirfoliaatloiift In AlbBftii Include Tim inoal Intori-fd.lnti; rondivo nf tin; ! only' two or Ihieo'solioola. and only ndo\vp,d a number of tlmsi! ' roiiod .school In a oiirtalnly. How the Changs is Made. Whonnvcr n nuinhur of Individual diBtriotrt wlHh to cooHolldntn, they ask Bcliool.i, or wo nilglit Bay, preaenlpd llicm to l'o\ir of the, KasUern 'provln- c''! consolidated :ichool usually includes tour or five Individual Bchools. find'it Is generally necessary to Include this many to eH any organization of classes; but many of teaching. The pressuro from below, liowever, is getting too slroiig for the old-tauiiluned dominie. The man in the store and in the shop and on the farm demands that our institutions and our life will be all of a piece, and Instead ot education being what luiB been called a propafallon for living, it should be very much like living itself. Instead ot being concerned witit formal rules and definitions and abstractions. It should bo concerned partly at least with the doing ofi things. I'Jducatloii Is not now regarded .simi)lyva�y.''J'l'uf'"oif'thfl ground.^ ^V,jlL-*i? ;stilll'ii -ftrnt''ahrubM. 'ft !�['loi'e poS.slhlo tlijut-inj-.tiie noaif future Insti'ad of hav:-'Hh'B ij iJiixall � seMwi^of Harden l,.ds, for "�h\K'^. thlldrCii tliatv* acitaiHii' schotd 'garden, will Up,'developed li a .'go.od-slze' U|ui}lratf ih(> typical x|i;u.slon work for lioth young-.ster.m iind adults. Kducaiion Ir. a lite proccHS accordla.i;. to .Mr. .Milcludl. The W/lithcr School. U'aiDor i.s i)Ulle ir good Hizcd liralrie town ami luis all ,the morki; ot good busitieiii, and good �clil"en-.slii]). The stores aKe,good stores, tlio lioinoH. iire coinniodiini.^, and tastetul. Tlio scliooi at Warner In ii fine. Iprgf biiflding and iias boon iiut ii|) Willi 1110 ldi>ii or being subaequenlly ex-piinded witliont> des.'.roying the fyni-iiietry. Tli? scliooi Is marked by good or.'janizathiu. management, and has 1111 activ(> and efficient staff. (Jn account of the rather progressive, iir-lian deveio|)nient, Ihe school does not iX|irc.-� III the ^;aml.�, ex!"!!' Ilie Iii-d.i.-lrlaliMni of Ihe cuuiitr.v as Is rtilown in some ot llie scliools In smaller places. It Is tiie Idea of Ihe liuard, liowcvcr. to give con.�lderable to decoraliun ot Ihe grounds and likesvlKi! to pnictical luirticaltiire teaciiing on noini' of I hi' var'ant prn-j iierty lipid by ilio briard. .\t the |ires-; cut lime llii- senior cla-jsi-s of Ihe school purlli'ularly iiiiiong liie lioys are pri;tly ."iiimII owing In iIih great demand for lalior liiil tlii' citnlillsb-liK^nt '01' good coiir.-e.-'. in domestic .ocii'-iice and oiuiiual iraluing in aildl-liiin 111 agrii ulliirc and liorllculturB is rotil|i'm)ilaleil in liii> ni'.ir iiiiure. f*1ilk River. Miik ilivei i..-.ii',o)id:ii'.oii is olv of, the new ones, bin ii is likrwine one ofi Ihe good one.-:. .\ good lii-Ick school' lias been erccti-d willi giiod class 1 rooms, a.ssi iiibly rofuii and fnil sized i basement. 'J'beri' will lie ilirei.' teacli-1 ers in the school next trriii. .Mready i I a fine Bcliool Kardcu lias lii-fu pliitil-I >'d. It c-oiitiiiUH a iiiiiidicr of !;:ir- '^''H ''"''""S him rooLs, stems, leaves. Iho propagation 1 EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JAjRRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. THE McLEAN TRANSFER ^"^"^^ ''''.^lu'^Vo.l - Durability in a firebox depends mostly upon it? ability to expand when hot and to contract when cold, without cracking.' : Bver notice that steel rails are laid with a space at the ends-it is wider in winter than in sunjmer. That space allows for stretchmgiiin. the warm summer weatherl' Kdotenay fireboxes are made of nine't>!lgqe8 of pure spmi-stcel. /They fc^h expandy,witiib\it crackingv >That is w)iy Kqqtenay firebokeis last; so long.' ,If you do Jijive to.change^]^ie^;^^^^ comes out with a tap of a l}animer--^no bolts,' hoi rivets or other fastenings-just gobd accurate fitting. � '�'�'S-m'' t-y ?'Service in the Kitchen."-Booklet Free^ This 13 only one of the many features of the Kootenay Ratige deBcribed in a beautiful little booklet, "Service in the Kitciien," which will be mailed free on request. Jt tdls oU a womanrwoikta to Ituovv about a range before alie buys it. ' ' � . and Improvement ot plants, all make tho school experience valuable in tho light of subseoneht occupation in the country. The manual training bench with, two' or three sets of tools. Is likewise valuable in giving order And accuracy to iUe national constructive impulses of the child. Making Science of Housekeeping. Tho teaching of cooltlng, sowing and nursing has given new interest to tho life of the country girl. The fundamental interest in school is really the attraction ot ideas and when the;ordinar.v'routine of tho house i.s directed and Illuminated by the science underlying it. there Is more zest in the work for the hard working country girl. There are many kinds ot club Vork tor both boys and girli! that are having an important effect in Increasing the attractions of the country. Ono of the big draw.-' backs of the country has been the ab-.sence of Intercourse, communicatioii and\co-operatlvo or social action. The ,pig clubs, cauniug clubs, school fair.s, .sowing clubs, etc., are, all giving a fulnees and richness lo the school exporiencos of ihu country boy and eirl. Consolidation Justifies .Itself. As was aaiii before, inofet'-oC tho consolidations tire in the southern part of the province, Jlr. Morgan's inspectorate trlone bus ten consolidations already operating and othora' aro being formed and they are Till illustrating things in rural education that wore not .shown under prevjopa conditions. Three consolidations^ vWj;e; visited. 'ITioso were Coa,li^!�le. .'iv^ai'-j nor and Milk HIvor and th'eiso school' dietricts have all good bujlrtings, a good staff ot teachers and an energetic body of Irustoos,'and all dis-play^iV, a.' certain individuality suited to" jlie taste of thoao dlreciing the sObqiilR or teaching . them. This in-dividuniity Is a good thing. It is tho Btetiiu roller in erfu'cntlon that has madp tho iii'ofeas-dpy. M\ ideal sys-�teih'must'be ono.that answers to as' largo ;u yarlbly of needs as possible' infitead of ouo l^i'ut .tfiakoa overybbdy nnswev to a formal conventional roti-' tine, although there , is no doubt' about^the necessity of a'good mastbry! of tho Bimpl6> lustruinanlal studTesi such  as reading, writing, calculatidu! and expression. , Local Schools. Coaldale has a school servlch thatj answers more susceptibly and d/fect-l ively to community neods''tliiin one'; slioiild expect to find in tlio' case ot a echool that has only beou'fn opora-i tlon about a year. Tho hulldinB,:isl Ideal for tho needs of tho diati'lc);, llj lias good school grounds couafs^t'iug of about throe acres which gives.'aj good play space tie well as sohicl rootu for gardening, Tho school hftsj fotir class rooms on the main floor, li gonoral meeling pliioe on tho topi' Vhiti., and domeiilic BOlenoo and mail-) -nal 'training rooms .III tjio bnsomeht. 11 also has library,^ iiiQCQuunodatlon and n water audjS,8^w'agp iaystom *"of Ijpndon Toronto Alontreal Wionipog Vancouver St, John, N.B. Ilaiuiitou Calgary Edmonton SaskulooQ 7a 8 \ For Sale by , it� own. 'j'ho which Is on iho grouiitlB'- ii iio^. ^^r|eJ but is comfortuble and ii) Ilea's(!d W a', notiilual rout oi .?10.0;) por inonlh. There Is f}s�d stable likewise on the ground. A well conRldorod plan of decoration cf tho pro!nlso.s is being worlu'.d.Qiil, A atrip ia.boiug Bumuior-.ifftllovod '.avound. i\\A; oul8i(lft,':;oi:.. jtWj ground H^iiic'h 'will he uiidd'-'for th'a ' 43^ 0 0 0 0 0 d rd 0 10 0 rd fd 1 ./7 /" m\ For Active Service American business has been motorized, , For both short and long hauls tlie gasoline truck has proven itself a thoroughly efficient form of transportation. And no intelligent 'field Executive would dream of tackling his job without the proper . equipment-a dependable touring car or roadster. It 'would amaze you to know how many Lawyers, Doctors, Architects, Contractors and Specialty,Salesmen have adopted the Paige. These men h^ve bought their cars for (xctwz &tw\cQ, and they have been influenced in their selection by practical con-siderations only. They deliberately sought outthe car that would offer the greatest dollar'fof'dollar value-and they found it in the Paige. PAIGE^DETRQIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT. MICHIGAN The H. T. H^derson Garage 588 Provincial Distributors for Pai|^-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. ;