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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY TIIE HKRA'.D PAGE NINE Grain Growers5 Guide Boosts Alberta's Educational Policies i sr.'.a the oM Vho had jutt voted against d to "Urtn' "arilnt -what It WM In say la them days, a tinouLt'oit faiurln.' and reading witJi- t thorough drlKli' tn Erftmtn4r, aet-fc OTBJI up vntlv amouet M IftrnlD.'. Why BO busy pfaturWud oialn' ttiotrselvea noK-a-dayv it't m wonder ihe-y caii do a suit1, or write you can make U out. No slrl ot ttila ytsur Fortunately for educational future of western boys cirte that frame of zntnd la trolos dtrwn like teforo the wind, ID thq IwofcreflelYa opinion alone edu- cational Unto, which Ja btJntr Lhrouchi departments of ucatioa in the praJrie TbU ai-Jlcfle to. do with tho work of tbe of education la of Tbty a nrw aitniitfcr of education out there. Wfce- thtrt'U'fci because Hen. Georee ftnKh ii'sood nvvrqwer nrao, find sir In on UIB fann atiemlaiKe ctCiQcui', lo enforce. Tie scarcity of always inosl crlrSnri In rura? rtlstrfctii, makes the problem of oper- ttion a. ditficujt one. of aHornst? with -upjujsUc condition only a half- dozen children at jfchoorftto ara foun-t ID 2 dtfitrtoL TTie'. o{ oppor- for high EchoM edacdtloa iia- tremcDdbub handle Now Act Thfl svaraely -attended whiKjis hive tn-en to in jUtoorta by a new, ccnsotf.iatei -sctioaVa act that 1 The tct hajs 1 schools 'alrnauy to, x Its credit, and not quarrel registered in -wiiote ;irj- surely 'imya something tho new act, liao coniJlUon met by iriu two-roomed school wltSi Inareanpd trairts from the coyvrnraenL Teacher IH bolnf notably feS'-' toais to normal" vhrlo the absence ot hjgrh schoo-i Hlcs Is iv irtrfcfe or toTJrn tf la wishing1 to co ixoH- or town district does not vote at all until strictly rural dUtriou taken vote, and reached their trwn eloc, 'For irf consolida- tion town or Ullage la an cottd party, and under former acU could too often out-rota vote rural districts If Oil niril dtotrlot votes.' favorably queatlon Is than'eutmrKted to the town district, BDd.lt elves Its own vertUot It. U thia amuifiemeul thcLt Co bare and deratar.ijincs. It nill soon that may provJ to the to In rr.any looaUUu inhere fIvor- able to Ita operation. Increased Inspection Special attention hsa been paid 67 Alberta Department of Education effort of the; navn minister' to improve conditions v-'is the ot 50 per cent more ecliool Inspectors and tlio appropriation' dt addition- al money to provide supervision end of rural schooL that might secure greater eiHcitncy. The ec'nool inspector has a multitude of dudes. He enforces iho.atK-ndnnco act: he enquires into In, tlio achool boundaries; lie supervise j building activities; he acts ae uu In- termediary betmeea tho fcchool boaM and the department ot education in to'Mcure teachers and to keep the achobte In SETTLE NEVVSPRtNT _-; SITUATION LATER ,May house of commons this nfler- nopa Sir Robert Ilorden tola P, F. Casfirala, Cha rievoli- Slontoiorehcy, that the govern- ment would, decide in due coursa whether leglBlatioa was to lie Introduced Ihi8 session respecting newsprint. HON. GEO. P. SMITH Alberta's Minister of Education. ij, ...L. ..-j--. 3t public school for Thc> insjeclors minunl tratnlnsr clasiM. ot hoiuthoia etSucallon. consol- Nation 'ind ot aohooli in non-English Thc> Iwo-roo dUtrltU. 4epartmtnt plRns In Kho01 wlti rtsldenc. in'y hrfore tho rnl-lir logw aro' callwi in t'rjtr tftolr'teU'fci wjilch Inspeclor is In fttvOivdance. -anil whoin matter 13 placed bffftaiAj ihc when it lie thoroughly rti-vaus.wd and undcratood. Then the jujb- Iks moetRnsft have IIRPII wlitn ftl! the tnlcrftsled tiavs hfcd nn op- portunJiy to acfftiatru the entfre vropoaitlon, a petition may hn, clnjtt Uteri, Thn dopartinciH of ilore especially (or'tho ccaeflt of noh- Bcfiools the department la giving short conrros (JurLng tbe summer for special Irainlua; ta teaching clJllUren.. The couise In absolulcly for ifce rtfpJirtment hoard und roora and there arc- no fees. The ouJ.i' is U'BtijCT to tfach for two years in n to her. Teachers In Khools are encouraged to ILth Myht Wherever tbla is done the department will asuraa onc-lielf of the curt ot operating. Tfie Siiicll number of coiiotTj Jioys find glriR wJio arc nblc to UXe up blph school work bcrn n deplorable feature of inral Piluctilon Jn t'nnarta. Thli probUun hfljj re.illy only hccn for no attempt Hi driftlc, or ivmnnnenl reiiLrily been fnaric-In-tat Coivh of higU rchoofE esreclillf suited to nn agricuHurnl country, Hut AHierln Is doles what ln.lt' unwfr tn do. U is to cAtnh- Hsh by gorernmenl ot money uvimrtriLcntii whercTt-r 'I'he system for iion-rt-sIJttil has at nnly nn uncc'rtiiii and precarious aonrco of far meeting Ibc expenses of tbe uddltlotinl ilci'mtiinnn iii rnfin.v The rtcpnrtuient tilu- iT-llon la AlljerlB has tto ft-c in tbe govcriirnpflt R grant of fOOO-Bbovc tLe ordloary frnnt ol per every room wllh n at Blx or (nore where high Khfvol work la ilfiir, do taattcr work la cnr-, rlcil on in an ordinary high scbool, tiVI'ir Joonj ff n con.foHditfd icbool, cr ihn rnorn n school. Tills wiU laake U poselblQ to donbte iuid '.rthle the ntimlrtT of at which hig'j H-hnol work Is bringing with- in reach of n much number of tif'73 and high school fucniticr. U U (oil liy (be DcpnrtmCTil that Vbc country nnd glrli who 6rc coablcd to find ichool within rcd-li will he the matcrltl to feed nml 1h" (.taclilng jirofttllnt at A Inter and that tine cocntry-bicj htiy.t Anil gltis wiii ]uit tne n( leacher nt-rded for tha rnrnl schools, At tbn fcaflon of I ho leghUturc 1019, the tnlnlrter for AD a-lflltloTi- il of SflCO.flOO for tbe wnrh ''Is cr Aa linrreJBt In apjiro- t'tlAtloit o( 40 per of tMa tu rufjl cdiu-atJon. But U Is f-r.ly by n "jfMlautil polio? thit our rnial Mihi'c caa v? mnds ai cftkltat ci th? rural Hf> ot fln May The council of! ministers has decided to enter relations immediately with Jugo- slavia, according i't the Epoca and the Measaflero. SUMO One Large Cruiser and stroyers Will Be Accepted De- May Herald says today: "It Is learned from a local authori- tative source thai a communication has fcecn received from tho Canadian minister of naval affairs that the govertment has accepted the offer of Great Britain for one large cruiser and two destroyers to take the place ot tho present obsolete training talps Niobe uutl Rainbow. "This communication slates thai a reorganlraliou of the eutira natal and civilian staff Is now tafcing place and that when this is (he Can- adian naval service will be oa a more efficient basis that has hitherto been the case." DOESN'T APPLY TO FARMERS TORONTO, May 26 a result of argumeut by H. H. Bevrarti Liberal leader, lliat the Minimum Wage Act should not include the clause relating to domestic; servants or faroi laborers, but should be limited to iuaustrlal workers for a year unlil the govern- ment sets how It works out, the act passed the committee stage in tbe leg- islature yesterday, without this clause, The only other change made hi the bill was the date upon vhtch it is to become effective, which was shiflecl from July 1 to October 1, 1920. SLOW i DEATH j Aches, pains, diffi- culty in urinating, often meat; serious disorders. The standard remedy for kidney, bladder and uric COLD MEDAL bring quick rtlief and oftro ward 69 deadly distatea. Known u Ut> national remedy of Holland for more than 200 yeara. At all druggists, SOc. a box. C.U boa aad acupt M A-MOST SENSATIONAL CLO 400 Men's and Young Men's Suits-The Best in Our Store Tailored by Fashion-Craft and other well-known makers, to be cleared at two prices, and TWO PRICES ONLY: and knows what may happen. But we've decided to get out from under. Clothing prices have reached the peak." The weight of public opinion is forcing, down clothing costs all 'over this continent. Acting against the .advice of the most reputable clothing manufacturers, business associates and travellers, we're firm in our conviction that the time is oppor- tune to turn our clothing stock into cash. We're Going To Do It It won't break us. We have been in business long enough to stand the strain. We believe that -400 suits isn't too big to be eaten up by the men of Lethbridge- and surrounding country, who are hungry enough for-values they've never been offered before. So don't lost lime for these values will soon be snapped up- '..v REMEMBER! The BEST Suits in the Store and Tin's is not a panic sale. It is a sale based on cold business logic arising out of existing conditions. We are taking the are getting the benefit. SALE OPENS TOMORROW (FRIDAY) AT 8 A. M. SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES 318.FIFTH STREET ;