Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
Herald's Page of Live .Local News fcetbbrfotfe All The Local News Where YoirExpecl It KUIDAV, NOVEMBER 7, 1019 SECOND SECTION' LETUBRIDGE. ALBEUTA. SKCOM) SUCTION PAGE NINE and Spanish folk music Illustrative of Inspector Morgan 1'oinls the Need of Education Among Ihc Foreign-Horn If ever a convention had a heavy Iho teachers did ILls morning. _ ___ _ Ho showed how Folk Mualc bad been. by climatic, geographic and political conditions, and showed Iho effect o( 11 on orcupalton. elf. It was shown huff modern iQVcotloua had jnltigqlcd asalnst the present development of llll 12.15 Ihe tlino ivas this type ot cxpressoln. A request fully occupied ami iho large percentage was inado from ibo floor of Iho house hloti during toe winter months, i ThU class Is Iu charge flt Principal Davidson. U wai also Tell thai a course in shop mathematics and physics would be of advantage to students subsequently taking special vocalioual courses adapted for TDC bull i] Ing trrtdca. cournc Is lo bo under iho charge of :i specialist belonging lo the High I v School stuff. Kven yet there Is no certainly as to! lhe number ol students that will pro- I scot iheinEelvcB In Ihc different rour- sea and lllack Is of Ihc opinion that all classes should Lc organized under j In fad, Ihe bargain was made also strongly urged the brceiline of the i! 1st met understanding that It enrolment ts not reasonably largo the classes will Lc disbanded nnd, tbc fcos returned. The night Et-hoolE will commence neit .Monday c-voning at eifiht o'clorlc anJ will probably continue llll MIG first week or April. It any Information h desired fees or oilier par- of teachers In rillcndanco clurlne the the paper be for publlca- llculars, U may bo obtained by con: cntlro monilne 13 nmplo -evidence of (Ion, lo wWch Sir. .Moffat readily con- munlcaUnff with Dr. IJIack at Cenlral Jury am the value Interest oflhc addresses, i sentcd, EO the readers of the si-hool. liroin th H ivbulil bo hard to Imagine ivhcrc Herald may have tho prlvilego ot hav- HON. CEO. P. SMITH SPEAKS TONIGHT Knox church should be rruvrded to Iho doors tonight when HOD. Ceo. Smith, inio- Isler o! education v 111 speak lo v the delegates Lo the leathers conTenUpn and to the public generally on mailers affecting education within the province. Following (ho address (here will at Central o school: auditorium lo I ho visit v Ing teachers', fr v 'i- FREED ON MURDER CHARGE MO.NTKBAL, Nov. 7.--John James Q'Jlnn. who shot and mortally wound- ed Koch Samson on August 1'7 at Jurors and St. Alexander streets, was j by the 1T. 3, government BS something t a favor lo in Ihc sympathy lLal coimlry E lio wed tho North iii (be Amerlcau civil war. Llut out ol the seven millions odd tald for tbo lump o[ ice" the S. government was reaping multitudinous riches in the resources of Alaska In the way o[ trull, copper, Kolti, salmon and. tlie reindeer SpJUbergtn The explorer referred lo the giving up of the island of Spitzbergcn by lhe other sneakers could bo obtain ud who would so completely fsll tho time. Thero waa nut n single mlnuto Lug U before the'm In its cntlrety. The Winnipeg Conference A veritable "Mull urn In Parvo" i Jn which some prcEnant tiiQtight waa presented by Dr. Illacb, Suuerlnton not presented to the convention. jdenl of Leihbrldgo Schools, when he Mr. Jos. .Morgan of Edmonton, Sup- reported on 1hc recent educational crlntcnilent of schools amonp new conference held in Winnipeg. He re- spoko.on Ihc subject of i fcrrcd lo several of Ihc speakers, but our needs. Jlavluc 15 yearsjn'M a report of tho conference will educational work (u Southern Alberta, shortly appear in print, we pass on at bolh as teacher ami Inspector, ho i present time a, few impressions needed no Introduction lo llio ronvcn- 'reflected hy Dr. Black In the course ot (ion. Ho dealt with his novr field oi was listened lo with ncttvlty and spofco ot (to magnitude attention. of the problem of nationalizing our purpose of (he confc-rcacc was "Xew Canndians." The extent or scc Ihc slate could use tho work was somewhat of a revelation schools to produce the.typo o( citizen was ca yet scarcely touched.-In somo on wclhods Qua means -anti while i the community had been ECt-'sma11 "'aa but symptom of a largo yesterday found not guilty by and a tew minutes later Tva 10 courtroom a frco man. the and gave some very interesting [ormallon as .to its resources, par- ticularly In (he way of coal de- posit F. The coal wa.i said lo be superior lo lhe famous Welsh coal for-Etoam purposes ol btlilestips by lhe Hrhlsh admiralty. It was only ex- celled that ol Ihc Pitlsburg mines. It was easy lo work and could he shipped to the wharves hy gravlta- tlor. Where Man Survived llererrlng to the climate of the. north, Mr. Stcfanssun pointed out that there man survived and increased as Efaown by lhe Stale ot Masaacnu- setla to which Ihc Pilgrim Fathers first camo and whose desceadants can bo counted the. million, while of those who went south to tlie Bftrba- docs all traco'has disappeared. Yak and Reindeer In regard lo the cattle Industry ir. Iho province, Mr. Slefanfson regard- ed lhe cow as a subtropical animal. CompHmeniarj' Luncheon To This Is what history always Ehowa He advocated the breeding of the yak xi j IT-. i F in the regard to how Iheaucients look- of Thibet, the climate of whlcL coun- rtOtfid Explorer IS Largely el on territories lo lhe north of'try was on a par with that ol Ihis them. Tacitus n role .that he could i part of the country- The csplorer not imagine anyone who, unless he was forced, by the necessities of war, reindeer, to was shcwet! (dat it cost requSri-cl less jiasiuro lo keep deer tliaii caltlo, IQ lliat acres wtro sufticliriit lur a reiudeer. Tbe meal or ibo rtictieer wjs also lumh chfajier and a bJy iradc was now go- ing on in reindeer rural between Sealllb and Alaska, wilh possibilities of enormous expansion. In tho mnl- tcr of tastes it was entirely ono of fashion. He exemplified this in the instance of a li-h abundant In Sweden ___ ____ ___ British government as a great error which was demised by the At (ended He fouad same variety In the Arc- tin circle and hts cook, with due self- respect, refused lo cook This became popular by the King of Svrt- den adopting U uti Ills menu. Tlio could be read In which the Christian church of the lime was out lo wean the peup who were addicted to Online it froii Yet today norsoflcsli, wlilt-h was c ivholesonie, was despised. In referring lo ItOTscflesh, Mr. Stcfans- son Epoko of the occlealasUcal know- ledge he possessed Uirouglt liavias been ,tralncu in a theological college Jleferriug to lhe accepted notion that the Arctic circle was permanent- ly covered with ice and glaciers, .the eipJorer found fault with the geogra phlcs, which he described as tlie most popular books of fiction in that in the north tlitre vrcro grcon in BUmiucr. v v ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER R.N.W.M.P. DROPS DEAD A wlro was by Sup- erintended! Peunefarhcr. tbls aflcrnoon. conveying; the aad Intelligence ihat Assistant. ItutleJge. of the H. N. W. il. P.. bad dropped dead In Vlclrofu. C. The de- ceased was Elalloned in ItcgiDu, aud was in Victoria on his to California, for his health. lit Torn he was promoted to As- FlsUnt L'ouimiEslonrr he was Superintendent nt I'rlocc Al- CLUB CAFE Wo Servo Ho Desl 35c Meal In Ilie Clly. Quick Service. Our Coffee and French Paslrj Is liilterent. BUY VICTORY BONDS In Iruc Tlolarlan fsEliion, with Ro- rian calls aud1 songs during Its a dinner was tendered SteFans- j Ion. lo'the old Iloman Empire. dlslrlcls Ihc need hnd entirely "out" arisen out of the war should be seized :eiplorDr addressed the gathering. IUlfl.11. Uill-c MiBiak, grown the means of supplying It. Ono bv Ihe schools and used. A new which was a large one, ol Jtotarlans aTeucil (hat lllfl small crowded school of 104 pupils ,itlca been glren to old truths, re- ,antl tncir guests. 'spirit in which lhe north Is at lhe three teachers specling God, Irio brotherhood 'ol man, j In speaking. 31 r. Stcfansson said present time regarded was the oltl and our duty to our fellow man. Tho IhaL lie woulil introduce himself uoL spirit in Canada was held school must develop a strong moral aa an explorer, but an anthropologist -when. In acquisition in exchange bclne divided am put in charge iaslead of'oiio as bore- toforc. lio epoko ot Ihc cfforU of Iho De- partment .of Education lo solvo the prohlcm by way o[ assisting in erect- Ing- suitable leachcra' homes and stat- ed Ihat If n district liullt a teachers' residence of minimum value of purpose la Ihe pupil, not thraueh leach- Ing rules hut chiefly by promoting a systematic opportunity for moral rc- lio referred (o tlie saying attributed ;for Gaudaloupe, the Brlttah govern' lo Bishop Berkeley that westward Lhc mcnt of IhaL day was tliought'to have course of Empire lay. end suitably furnished It and pAvIded five acres of land, lhe department lo par the first ooc-thiTd of lhe cost of.iajue. Further be slated their rwdtness to defray 50 per ccat, of lhe clashes. In'new lorelgn Jlslrlcls Ihero would In'nMd for 100 new tenchoTB ihortly M'd'MO-Ift the great northern Peace River District In ihe near future. Tlil.i ,.need.-would-have as-miidh .present teachers remaining; m' the profession' B3 fronl new gruduales' tho Normal Schoota. In the profesislon? "tVe Drotesslpn muat be mado an ntLractiro .ODe.'Homea must-be provided In many must be made ad- equaia for (be needs of lhe teacher. To get this last tho teacher hmsL BS- Blat himself. Too long- havo our. teach- ers loobed'to.olhera for help. 'Thoy Siust aasJst In malting teaching nt- IAt the time luiade a very. Lad bargain In giving up the extent of the west was tfot'fcnown I an Island irnero men could HTC for rtu mien item anu reauy ooeuiencc [and (he researches made in the polar la. land of Ice and snow. Incidentally to law and'authority muat be secured explorations gave of a amused lhe: audience by saying ho cheerfully. We should, remember :and bonndlesB area In resard to lhe wondered how many ol "the school that pupils are already living theirjaew Islands thatjay to the north wbo formed a large portion [OL Ihc guests, knew where Gaudiloupe "But CabaJla was worth all the the world. The same Is viewed as rts- splsed artiBi'wilhin the Arclic circle. to the ..acquiring of lives and learn to" look it IhiDga from mainland of Canada. _ Ihelr point of'tltw.' In" Ihls great'irnay now Le tb b'c, work of- making .cltiieni the school Is the course lliat could not-hopo.to.do tie ,wcrt alone co-operate with the churcli, liome arid .all eii- laged in promoting- of the young. The 'pupils of today must be prepared today foK "New" Woridfv preserit chaos. The citizens to-demand ei- tracllro enocgh to Locoino Hut after all was said, f A man at sixty years of age is either a failure or a success. BEECH AM'S PILLS have been made for sixty years and have the largest sale of any medicine in the world1. 'Millions use BEECHAM'S PILLS 1. 3 Sclent mnst. leam la follow.- leaders In the lelds .on taliea." Sub-Tropical Producti snt.iher wcisl on to fiay llial in regard to the northwest .lerrltory In which they; qualified- Lo Ica.tl. We" aw" away betilaiMn' usIniiUkting ol Canada the mistake, was iriade in 1 Alaska--bjr tie Americans >hMi endeavoring. Lim'B wafi'rtgar.leJ'as d-colossal animals anjl plaulE, -wns lhe jblunder in the p'urchnse of a ''lump of spirit oE old-conservatism in the en- i '_ deayor (o which men accustomed to harei farLlier'south. .There was the j to look adversely oil nortliern nd- others we- rniist catch up. TVe 7 life's Iho prime need was a spiritual one, a contact between teacher and pupil to enable him lo got an en- larged vision of the Ti-orlrl nnd acquire n desire lo conquer and overcome, was needed. It Is not the imparting of knowledge tho glTlng of Instruction in which education but In Ihc estab- lishing of Ideals nnd aspirations and umbUIons. This rcn.ulres on tho part of tho teacher n knowledge of human nature, tho needs of tho boys anil of their homes and an acguair.lance with his fellow men. Much, may lie obtained In our Institutions of melb-i ods and means, lint this prime 1 ilal could only be acnuircd Illlle byj little by years of experience. Too or-' ten teachers leave trie profession Just1 113 th6y aro beginning lo acquire this. The cludlcs on the course were val- nible, not so much for' Ihoir know- ledge, content aa for the means they afforded for tho teacher anil pupil to get together and know each olhcr. This acq'tilglllpn on Iho part of tho teachers may be had from tho pupils themselves, (rom Iho Inspectors, from (he fellow (cacbers, from the lifslory of .our own. race, especially during the past fivo rears, amf most of all from a close contact with tho tireal Teach- er'of Men. Jraiis of Galilee. 11 was a dtatlncl AS well as a priv- ilege lo listen to such an Inspiring nd- drcis as. Mr. Morgan delivered. Music. In the Schooli TWs was follonc'il liy nn addrcsB by Wr. Win. U. Supervisor of Musle IQ ClarcsTiolm school on "Folf: Music." .Jlr. .Moffall ''prefaced hla paper by tbo rcndcrlnr; ot several eel- ccllons from Illiaslsn, Kngllsh, Irish, Norwegian, Creole, Jlcilcnn inusL teach lhe duties of if he does not co-operalc, rtepprt.nlm. To use the speaker's words, 'AVe must-leach him lhe rules of the game, ant] then If ho does not nut him on the Since thls'largo taslc of the school is a national one It muat be supported by an adequate nallonal financial policy. The conference was one of ou La tap cling ntllonal Imporl- ance. The doctor.has a'very happy sense of humor which held Ills nenrers lo the end of his address. Minister jof Educa- tion Will Address the Citizens of Lethbridge An Energy Food for every, day in the GrapeNuts the delicious and substantial ready-to-eat any .other, cereal. English, Citizenship, and Other Subjects Will Be Taught vln accordance.with, (he suggestloTi and request of-Iho mombfira: of tho public anil school boards, Dr. Jllacfc.hag :iahen slepa lo nfght schoota for. Iha.wlnler'Tnontha under tho joint afcplcfts bC.lho iivo boards; After having held.several mcellRgg with students and hav- ing 'consulted persona directly con- cerned or likely lo lio ablo to offer ad- vlco of valuo, Iho RupoHntenncnt of 9choolg has .the following Information to offer: At St. llasll'd school clauses'xlll ho concluclcd In roadlnE1, vrltlng nnd ArltTimcllc And in the HgnWand duties ot Canadian cfllzcnshjp. Tftp studcnlg will ho divided Into senftir and Junior, _ Broupa, Ih3 Junior Bfoup.ipecbllr.lngf; In Iho maslory. ot EnRllsIi lang- uage. From present Indications ono teacher will lio nblo lo hanrtlo Ihcgo sludcnln though he.fount! noc- canary laler to' employ an assistant. Dr. Black has ratfclved requests for a conaldcrablo' variety of Vocational courses. However, with orte exception Incre not hcen a samclemt number dcalrinff oho couratt t6 slltullnp U. This ono exception Is a course for lhe training preparatory to the provincial elimination for flre boasea. The serrlces o( Mr. Storen- son, pft bots at No. will bo for Instrnotlon of stud- ents enrolling- in this course, 1 A special class for' rftUrrfod etitMh grade pupils has been, established at Central School l.r paialblo arrangements will bo mtrle (o rlvc thcso pupils additional help and sup- WE ABC NOW SELLING NATIONAL PROSPER- INSURANCE VICTORY BONDS THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. .Balirmnl Block, Lclhbrldgi Phone No. 651 Fire Iniunnce and Loans Last Warning lottery Boys! ..TONIGHT- IS NOT THE NIGHT, BUT THE :OTH.IS O'CLOCK AT THE Y-M. C.A., FOR THE ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE 39TH BATTERY. HAVE NOW v THE NAMES OF 70 BOYS WHO' AHE- GOING TO BE PRESENT. ARE YOU? IF NOT ON.THE LIST, GIVE YOUR NAME (AND MONEY) TO F. J-' COLPHAN or W. SUGDEN AT Q.P.O. 39th Night School Classes BEGIN Monday Evening, November 10th, at 8 O'clock IN THE FOLLOWING COURSES; 1. .Reading, Writing and Arithmetic and the Rights a IK] DutFe? of Canadian CUizcnthip. (AL St. Basil's 2. Preparatory for Provincial Examination for Fire Bosses. (At SL Basil's 3. In Shop Mathematics and Phyiicc. (At High 4. Special High School Entrance Claw for Retarded nformit'on regarding feet, etc., kindly corrtmuni-- For further calt with DR. BLACK "PHONE 465 You can buy nil sorls (it insurance, but you cannot buy Health. eel It lor nothing, ill a "glass bottle with a -waxed; paper, cap marked, "Positively .Pasteurized .Milk." Yon nay Ihc same price for it as you Jo (or lhe raw milk, but you jet Health lngaran.cc thrown in Iree. Crystal Dairy, Ltd. PUBLIC MEETING Hon. G. Pi Smith MINISTER OF EDUCATION KNOX CHURCH TONIGHT at Addren: "Edncatmi bi ABwta" Ortu Recital ud Vocal! Mwk j BRIG.-OEN J. a, STEWART, C.M.O., D.S.O, .THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDOE ARE INVITED. WEEK-END GROCERY SPECIALS J. A. Johnston's PHONE 13H, 126 13TH ST, NORTH. A nkc lot of No. 3 Apples jait Jonathans and Mclntoth. Per box King's Ucacli fc WdEgalaffe's Jam, 1519 Peach, Plum, Rid I.emon Duller. Brunswick Sardines, in oil. 3 tins for......... Jelly Powders, all flavors. Pxich Per jiou'ml Oranges, Tiro Juicy ones. Per dozen lOc 50c 35c REE DELIVERY At, per 1-lb. IIii J. nnd A. JohnBton'a Ceylon Tea. Alwnyn .tpeclal, at, NOTICE We have opened a for repaiiing automobile radiators and have full 'equipment for handling all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 331 SIXTH StMET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. never bcfo Teachers nnd students will find OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SOLICITED. Important Announcement .Delegates to the Teachers' Every delegate from Southern Alberla to Letri- bridgc for this important session will ho doubt make an observation lour of the shops with a ytcw lo Christmas buying.- Kvcn at this carlr dale.- lo be properly preiiarM. requires Lime Jn which to complete the delicacies of thought and actiou which make- a'glrt apnreclatlvo, Just hero you will Cinil a' row reminders to which Immediate consideration should be Bltcn: Personal Greeting Cards FOUR.CHOICE BOOKS OF SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FROM Copyright JVovels and Reprints An tarly selection of the.cliolccst of now lilies Is very dcsiroua nt -111 In Uiuo. of etaplc goods nrn cxpfrlcnclnj (III- flculty In meeting the demands of Lhc respective trades. Tlili nppllcg lo Iho took. hiiRincsa especially, Slrlkea and GIsrcnllonH RFO ftry rife.' Jntaml.lng iiurchaflm or liLGritry puhllcallons should umkc their, Wlecllons, and prepare Ihu sh tipping ]ist, aL rncc. Tlie lasl-mlnnlg buyer ia fioliip lo.bc dlsanpolnled. H will not lio llio fault of Iho TclRllor'of nny hind o[ nierchandlae, I! tho Christmas assortment. Js below Ihc nverago this year. Tho a llmcly one. CondKIons dcmaml early cforoX The Twentieth Century Book Store a real shop. Delegates (o Iho teachers' convention, as well as all look lovers, will rind It B pleasure to saunter midst sup roundfngs so thoroughly in keeping with, a nohlo profession. Hool.s In hundreds "aro being received every week (o meet the needs ot a book-loving public, School flupplloa Ara here la large Fancy Goods, Dolls, and Ivory, In a great assortment. The Twentieth Century Book Store EVEAYIOOV'S BOOK SHOP"