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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .LETi-mniDGE DAILY Thursday Afternoon Session of Convention WHh Live Topics Thursday Afternoon The atttmoon spulon iuc convention opened at i.30 in Kntix cJmrcb Iho singing u( the Canadian national Fcmg. "O Onada." Hev. Cupl. old the opcnliip prayer. vrhlch. Pres. Wai lor J. J-ow, B.A., principal or CftrOsloii Echoolg, announced aonio changes In connection with Abo ar- rangement of tho program. The fol- lowing committees were nominated Iho chair: Committee on Uetolulions: lilACk. SUpl. Of EtllOOl! i'rlu'jipal MeGowan, Macleud; I'rlucl- jial fiercer, ilngralh. Committee oa LeUihrldgc High school; M" Feed Shortage, Need of Coal ud PAGE F Combine in Story ol Alliance OH Ihc of Iho con- vcnLIon wtre clearly and canvincrugly a foai of memory. Mr. Ilutchinson in probably 3B well to handle sucli subjects AB Kldcl Macleod; Principal Dcrore JUyniund. Committee on No in lariTonc province and hai a very lore Uoberls. Kcrtc, aiiA" pinjtovm manner keM audience IIR ovoked thought on the subject was [deuced by tlie -full, lively and fi-hich Iretly torcil into at ihu -conclusion ot the XV.Hlame, Later in tlio session IhD Uucberj volctl OD Ihc quealiou o[ holding one largo convention such ai the one now in Bsaalon In urerereoec- lo emaller conventions In "the reflective insper- toratcs and decided by a large major- Uy in favor o[ nerpeluallog Iho pres- ent system. .Supervision of Play Tho subject "Supervision of Play iu Schools1' was then dealt by Mr. A. HobUns, pbyeical infitruclor in Cards toil schools. Mr. Kohblnfl was lUleu- ed to very sympathetically as he claimed for blB subjects as resulta: Thu tetter physical development ol (ho pupil; Letter discipline In the class room, nnd an Improvement iho leaching efficiency of the teacher. Mr. Uobblns deplored Iho fact thai so miny o[ our playgrounds TVCTO barren actl devoid of playground et nitnt and went on to polul out that a great amount of Inexpensive enuip menl could bo improvised arid provto eA at HUIft expense and would yet be quite effective. He suggested ropes, sand pile, In- door baseball, volley hull, etc. He em- Vbasiwa the advantages to be de- rived from group gemcs in the develop meet of cheerfulness and ready rc- iponEe to commands aud the develop- ment ol Hie spirll of cooperation. The lamented tho that In to many cues the touchers not la Iu the superTlsion of play and remained Icdoon durlas the recess period- He nUtod an the reason tor this that teachers had not beon Ihli work. -Mr. iRpbbln gave QTl'flence of being well equipped for hlB work and placed himself at lli individual disposal ot IntcreBled iu quJrere. Geotraphx and Nature Mr. Hutcblnson, lecturer In the Cilgmry Normal sdioo then addressed tbe coaveQtfon on Ui consolidated'aubjecls, "Gcoffra-pby I the Upper Grades" and Study." Tho COUTEO ot study In netiir study, he pointed out, was inlonde 10 be suggestive rather lhaii prescrlj Live. -He JuBtifled the Inclusion o nalura study in an Already crowde curriculum necauae ot 1U educatlona value, A great amount of koowledg Imd been gained by the pupil bofor he entered school, without which, wouli be to ed.icate chil nlLh our preelnl melhods. The.prim iry nlni ot nalnre aludy In scboo rourw was a continual addition t the ftlrcudy jalnod. X lure study TV an essential to a prope LI on o! (he literature of.tnol COUTK. 'The preaonl defect of our 1 ayatem la that It closes Ihc eyca of the to. tbe great things ol nature, when the mind needs It all lo properly interrrel the ihlngi ire -Nature flludy, Iho spcaher claimed, [J fundsinenlAl and underlies Ihe ottier jabjects. U Is closely re- lated to HlersUura, connactod with art, and llnkod VP Deallnc with cubjtct oC aeo- Ibe lecturer laid great' em- VhaHlfi on the of the imp. THe- pnpll eliould he assisted lo form t picture Ihnl cm reaiV lly U reproduced In nap drawing, lla advocated Ibo study of general proportlooc ud relattoos rather than raying tqb much altonllon to details. Ho 'condemned in no uncertain muti- dress. Teachers to Aid Relief Mrs. HB3T. of ihc Woman's Civic spoke briefly ou alms presented br Mr. John DJV.. of Pincher C'resk. To.fi ftlma ul the were, first, to mlse the Hiatus of the teaclierg to that ol a proves- elon enjoying ihu principle of volf- tletermlnftiloir, the raising ol ignlur- les to rmiko Ihcm rompnmblo In other proi'csulLins waa o ECC cmlary object. U was nothing whor of disaster 10 the pujill thut (he Iciu-ii ifr shoiiM lie held in futh lorr esteem in the community. Mr. Stevenson's udJrfap was sup- plemented by Mr. C. K. Klnp. who Is the provincial urpanlier ol Uie Al er In trie droaffht-sfricfcen rural] A ereal deal ol iolfcrcst t6 mani- fitricls and invited Ihe co-operation'fetled In Hie visit of Hou. U. P, id aBfiiatniicc of Ibc ttaeliers minister ot education, to the Tcr possible, and'uial a Bvmpa- etlc i ocV vblcli forced miny vt the small cattle men to of Uitlr and otbera to curUil lo a mere itld ilr. IJiiclte, "the bllitanl of a and the veathor prtrented hiallsg In of Ihc j juilenm-ce for man and beut, "The rcsTon taut IE hit barrlesl (Lit lying bcfrecn Ma- J and the International bovuifory In the vlernltj of the Mclntrre Iea5e.! In u.ach nl tba Cletrict, homMieaden j mutt haul their coel trom near L-elh brldce by team. dlsUnccs racging (ro3 ?J> !o miles. Doe lo teed ahort- are. It bra been necessary lo baul hay "This naTdbg IB generally ro often TEACHERS Why not iise the opporluntiy to have your XM AS PHOTOS made while you are in the city. You will see an- other reason when you look over our work. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE 16W BUY VICTORY BONDS By slrengthenlns tho weak, llred people regtfn tatrtj ind visor', Ihinnos and angulnlty Klve way to plumpness and currcs; pleop returns to Iho hleeptoss; contldonco and raplics deblltly nnd dull eyea bacomo brlghlj and pale, sunfcen checks regain tho plnK glow e( Iveiftb. Oio uso of which also wonder fully promotaa Iho Assltnllatlot] oi (ood, so much so, that many people; r-port market) gains of ttGlglit In u (ev weeks. uklif It who do not dealrc lo put on flosh, ah'ould URO HVoicUnR feodr CUT GLASS Special pieces in artistic designs for dining room, drawing for every purpose of adornment and utility. There is a rare display' of new cuttings in our Cut Glass Room that may be under perfect shopping conditions. R. A. Wright LEThlBRIDQE'S BIQGEST AND JEWELRY STORE BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE FINEST 1919 THE PLACE WHERE WATCH WORK IS DONE RIGHT Palace Market Week-end Specials Choke BoiKnj Beef, per Ib................'lOc- Choke of Beef, per Ib. ........15c Choke RouU of Vtal, per Ib. iOc, 15c, ud ZOc Choke Route of Mutton, per Ib., 25c, 30c and 32c Compound Lard, 5 Ib, OxHearti, perlb...................IOc Freih Lnrer, 2 Ibs. for...................I5c Hams, Bacon and Lard Take a Drop in price of from 5 to 10 cents per pound Our sales are increasing every day. You get the quality hei'.e and our prices are away down. PALACE MEAT MME? 13th STREET NORTH PHONF.431 BUY VICTCflY 30NOS SPECIAL VALUES IN HEATERS And a Fine Selection We have the mall cast iron Pot Heateri for (6.00 and All the different sizes in Oak frm to The Quebec Style, 516.50 up. from Heateri hare advanced from 20 per cent, since these were bought Our cuifomen get lie C. G. OLANDER 524 13th St. North. GcMral Hardware. No Question About It- Kerr's Adyertisements Are Alwayi "Most Interesting" PEACHES EiceUen for cllcliig, rcedium sirf and flavor. Per Bwket..........45c Per Pouwl.......... 15t FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES I It-, tor........... Ib............. SlTMt 2 Jbs. lor Per Ib. Tcr Grape x Each Ib. Hcifl Each Pears (Good Ibs. tor ...35c ....15c .25c .....4c .....4c ....15c 35c ,...15c ...25c OUR STOCK OF APPLES ConEifLs ot the [ollowhig SPYS, WINTER BANANAS. MsclNTOSH REOS and JONATHANS, and all arc excellent' quality. WEEK-END SPECIAL Jonathan and Wagner Applet, good qual- ity, W not wrapped. At, per .30c Xlnrmalnle, Mrilkln's i pail l.UU green, EaK- lisii make. no' bolUc Minccmcil, Libby's, In Oft- bulfe. Par per Ifn Marmalade, Tra Garden Brand. Per Jiu- Orange Marmalade, Ti.-a Gcr.' rien Ilrautl. Tor jar Blackberry Preserves. Ttr. Qnrdcn llraiid. CC_ jar OJL Ucluz Dalicd lieans. Tvitl. pork .-.nfl loinalo snucc. Per lln, 15c Del Monte Dnked O C for Crenmcttos per paciaee Honey, Kcrr's Alfalia, pure as tho bees can make If. pint sealers Quart each 1.IW Carnation Wheat Flakes Jelly Powder. Tux- OT cdo brand. 3 faJC Stvnllncs, Sailor Queen, He ncans, 1 lln's llerrlrss. 'n lomato Jfi siuce, 2 Una for......ItIC 25c 30c .15c Corn Khch Slice Bach Sboc Eacb Comb Honcv, Airline Brapcl. On ivcok 'iflp Bakers' Frcsli Gralcd Cocoa- 'nul, BlerlKznl Vfilh tts own rich mint. Per' OO' iin ttc Shredded CocoauuL, un- Per Ib. nunciicd Per II. Shcllcrt Al- monds, per Gold Bar Per lln................. Choice SiKinlsli Plmen- lo, per Ilii Asparagus Dol Mbnte, larger sT7.c, per. l.ln Now Seaiofl's Pine- apple, per tin- i Infants' Oellglit Toilet Soap. tTifs ircek, QA 3 cakea lor pure salad ami cooking oil. i CC_ I'tr tin............... W3C Popping Corn, per Washboards, zinc, caf.h Weshboards. each brass, eacli Floor Was. QA each 3UC Clark's Souia, 1 C each.................... 1J L Vegetable Inrushes, each .Mactay'B Pearl Bailey OA Hour, ptr tin JUC Scolcli Fine Cut Or.t- OO.. meal, per pkg.......... OOC Heurlch's BparHins Apple- staff, excellent for mlncc' pint bolllss, each MARMALADE Krlllcr'a j OA l-lb. tins, each l.JU Cut Peel, nilscd lemon, oranijo nod citron. I'or'hox Salnd DreaHnK, CC'l Clnli. at 2Sc and ........ODC Olive lliitlcr, delicious- aftivdwlclics. >IO Al 27t nr.tl Kerr's Special, this week, 5 ponnds for.......... Pettljohn's per ..................LVC Roman Meal nl Per ptckiie JTtC ground. spcclcil prkc per Ib. Clioco'.ntta.' requires Voilint Salt, free running, clean iind sanitary, carfcn Nail JJnishes. 1 CRCll................... IUC Candied Cherries, CA season's stock, per IK. L'aniJlnri Plnonpple sliced, Franch Dnigcc'a (or Cake dec- orations, per ounce Silver Ufoss Propirfid Corn Pearl Tnploca. Ib................. Onion Sail, OA- 6UC Molhtid Hrjrrlnsa, 1 QC per kes............... Tolfer'A ymcjf R pood assortment lo choose from, prlcca from, pir Ib. -iOc to Vrmta, Inrjo 9JI63, per ]R and medium fizfe, per -i g IOC Urooktield Haurane, per Ib Vc.il Loaf, Ib Cboked Hum, per Ib Hoaal Pork, with dtt.H- lr.8, psrll)