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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOYHMHEll 9, .1917 HKHAIJI PAGE ELEVEN Teachers Hear Many Good Addresses at Convention In Favor Pension Schemes The Teachers' Convention Thursday In a good muny smaller high school mot In nsctlons. The Junior centres; tho lack ol library facilities and InlermeJlite departments were lor reference .Ine-Mark of given a treat In tho way ol a convon- Interest on tho pirt ol pupils owing tlon program bavins Ihe prlvllega ol to sn-allness ol numbers In sonw ol wilapsiing a rural school In higher eradea; glrlnf more ol an lion, In the Manual Training building, agricultural bent lo sducalloual work The senior considered High In the schools outside Ihe cities and ichool problems In the Central school larger towns. Many helpful sugges The larger percentage of teachers' ttons and solutions wleria lor being from Email schools were In- the vailout problems cited. tcnsaly Interested In. the work don Mr. W. ol, before them by Mr. Davidson ol Con- Ihen followed with.a psper on HScl. tral school and Mrs. Htchcs ol once In tie High Schooi" discus mlniler Many hid a privilege which slon oh which ltd Jiy Mr. Houg- had heretofora baon denied tbatn. la SOB. 0-riaf lo breidth ol bis all their model school and normal subject, Mr. Cnwlord confined hun- achool training, their observation self to methods of; teaching physical work had been la a' graded tchool, lor which no apolojy school where conditions very oeedad lor IU being on tha cairlcu- dlHerenl lo tho conditions they hid to lorn. eioerlmenlaj face when they took their school, method to preference to "telling" and during Uietr leaching experience raflhod, Ihe pupil iiye tal- It U ssldom U one teacher ha> Iifac'Jon at finding thlafl for the opportunity ot vltlUjig a fellow he said. Train hb powers teacher al work !-ol observation. Give him a problem Yeilerday a rural ichool was almu- lo solta rather than direct Mm to go lated conslatlng of twenty-one .pupils Unongh ao many operations .with nil the (jaiJd ujcept Let him observe effects and four aad seven, a coalition -typical determine causes aa lar is possible lor of at least seventy-live ntrceht. of lha himself. Lead him to eilr-bllsh a law rural, schools. Tho hand, ol science and then lot him learn how ling so many grades was helpful and lo use U. UBe practical llluitratlons Inslrucllvo 'for Ibe teachers ivho In his remarks Mr. Hodgson favor- wero observing and was not without ed making Ihe course In sclenco more Its reinlnlicont features for tile ex- largely experimental. In facl, he perts In charge. Mr. Davidson ro- said It, should be so designed that U marking that all ho could remember could not In any other about a rural school the salary, way. He empb'alszed the Importance 1223 wllb on Increase of J25 for jml- ot Iho practical and the value ol the tor which he sublet for and student keeping accuralB and Irue ro- tbB-'other which ho never re- cords of all work done. He would al- Only ono feature ol the dem- so corrolalo. all Iho sciences more onitTillon could have been Improved, closely than they were nl Iho prcs- Tlii: to have had one export In charge time. j i Instead of two. Ono teacher at least j Last NlghU Program received a very effective and Impres- The cblcl item, on the progran of slvo wny of leaching recognition 'Of 'j c.ichf rs1 coW.-ilhin iifchi .1.. M, 0[ DeaQ IIOW03 0, iient of Agriculture In tho "A PINE FOREST INEYERYH01" That II whM gmouals to. It linolonfcr necessary to'.ro the Mountain" to the I Wins Flue air which doctors to highly recommend (or throat, bronchial lad Innij: troublu. Ihekld of (clenccthctc Fine vapors hire been condeottd Into tablet form so that treatment can liken It bone, All TOO to to ftps la the mouth. The rich Flaw raporl then breathed down the minute passages lo Hie lungs, destroying-' all harmful terms and lootbjniiv aud healing the membranes. are uaequailed for colds bronchitis, asthma, "ore throat, [aryngUli, All dealers. Ale Getting on Well and Discipline Are Good .he Canadians numbered Uvo officers tod 43 other ranks were lead tatis- 'actory because of the lack of places to plar tamos and also because the men have not received any great help la the way uf luslrucllcu In trades. Lord Brooke has spokeu, about '.his camp irllh Ihe British minister In Berne and also to Ihe bilker Iu charge of all lha tulorjis. As a result ftepa arc being taken lo provide iwhoolj o[ Instruction. fcurs in Iho future. At Lcysln Ihcro ii au Inslltullon for coovalesceal cases. It U well situated and the ac- cruimodation 13 good. The Interns In- clude Canadians, ICO British and soldiers Private Yell, has died I aad been burled there, Tho Hrltluh Canadians havo their own hasn't- which 13 well lucked alter. Tho yt French, an.q Bey Cauaiilani. Lord JJrooke said, "seem- At Ttoslnlcrc, Ihe Interns are being ed particularly glad lo Major Ihe minister ol cducallon from Mr. tho nddrcss of Dean Howes Davidson's work, viz.: the figure Dcpartmo Ing University, who appeared In place of Tho pupils did especially K. otlowcll, ivho was lo have work In oral comuositlon and rellect ,n nn ihn -rt credit on thoir previous training. Mr. Morgan ID summing up ol the afternoon Mr. Davidson aud Mrs. niches on their fccllve, rworH, and moved a vote ot thank's .which waa heartily applaud- by those present. 'Those Interested In school wrork listened to a talk on "Consoli- dated and District High School 1'roh- R; n.A., of Coal- dale..'Tthe discussion on' this'subject to hare been led by Mr. A. J. Kelley of Bellevue wbo, owing to dut- ies IB 'connect-ion' with tho military tribunal: was "provenlod from attend- ing. Hli place WBB taken by Inspector Hodgson p[ Macleod Inspectorate. Some dealt with were: The lack of Urne for one teacher to doal: ellMllvely wilji. tlu'' VOTE: ol Ihree or four high school grades; tho Uck of-suitable lion Illustrated lecture on the Year ui'ljis -War." Mr. "iimever. leit on .Monday to undertake nJlltary educational w.vk among the forcca overGcaa and the eiccullve were exceedliiKly: fortunate la porur- Ing Mr. Howes on [O'ir days notice, subject was "Th? I'Jace uf Apl- eultur.il Education In cur Scheme'rt Education'1- and the reasons .for It It was packed full: of xgooil things, in- tended to provoke thought' and liber- ally InterpperEed with apt lllik'ira tlons. He dealt wttli some of the reas- ons for the large increment from IJB counlr" to tne town and slsteil llT solutions lor It, "If the1 boy under- stands." he said, "why he IB' harrow- ing a Ilr.ld on a hot windy- day. the labor, hardship rjid lone houra iTi'lU not nearly BO IrESome. Arricult- liral will anfiwer hla quea- "At Attractive Prices Molrrtoah RtiJa, Noi per Apflt-i, Mcl'ntMh a, per boii Jviuthani, No. 1, per box J2-2S Sfritienberga, No. 1 per -A few Kings and Bafdwlnt, No, 1 at ]bi, 25c Cranbcrrlea, per Ib.........2jjc Corn Flakca, 2 pkH. for 25c Krlnklo Corn Flakn, per nkt IDc Poirt.ToMtlet, 2 pkta. for.'.. 26o Rolled'Oata, S in. aacki, ea. 55-c 20 ?1iO Cnairi Bodaa, Peerleal, 30c: Soilaa..- PeerletSr tln'46c Blrto Gravy MlKer lie Loganberrlea, per pkt.- -.___35c King Beach .Jama, 4''Ib. tint 90c Wetheya, 4 Ib. tlna at 76cl Dairy Butler, Pride of Ontario Honey, 6 Ib, palla.................. J1J5 ship In the tilings of the farm wll give him an Interest." He commended tie U. F. A. for what It had done In enlarging the social possibilities o Iho rural districts, but was ol Ih opinion that much more, could be done in Uio way of debates and mock par- liaments that would be attractive and educational fla well, Physical h'c declared, was more accessary In Iho counlry than In the. lown. Certain Eels of mus- cles aro developed at Ihe expense of nlhers and Illustrated his statement by a.reference to lie results of exam- inations ot farm men by tho. mllllary medlcal board In Calgary recently. THe University eitenFlon Iravelllng librar- ies and the public school libraries had gone a long way to supply suit- able, interesting reading mailer, but a great opportunity presented ILsell for tho leader lo develop proper rending habits In Ihe pupils offthc school. He deprecated the waste aiiil prodigality of 'produce characteristic of Uie west a lew years ago and yel uttered a, caution against going to (hi other cxlrerne.iA too malsrlallsllc at lltude oh the part ol the parent was repulsive to tho boy. There was n that we were falling top Bhprt'bn Ideals. The teacher could do a jot In this respect. The farm homes must be Improved In boih inside and.out. Modern convenience1 for heating, lighting anil sanitation were now within the reach of the country as weil'as the town and 'mils be used lo make Ihe farm house? farm homes. The rural telephones and Rutomoblles fast overcoming rural Isolation. He earnestly hoped 'that the large farm and room" ol.the'eastern-pr'pylncos would never, find a place on''the prairies The hope lor the future' boy in .the noBsibllilles 6_i jie '''ichool. children Agrlcullural .and Ih department of agriculture' ol the Uni verally was intended to keep the boy and.glris on Ui'c farm and make them Intelligent citizens. Following tie Dean's address th audience were pleased "with a ypca. solo Mr. Owen; WHliams-; at-.-. Claresholm who formefly been'In -LeUibTldgi r.s a membaf'-of V Welsh This lo the Ihe.- ,Le.thbrIilB teachers and minla were seryed and'musle waa pro- Ottawa, Nov. has received Ihrouch Sir Georno ey, high commlaaloner, a report bj Brig. Gen. Lord liroote, who, during :he monUi ot Auf ust made a tour of the Internment campt In Switzerland. wa> accomrjnleil by Major G. Dreary. EGlh Canadian battalion, and! formerly wayor' of Toronto. The campa vlalted were Gunthen, Interlak- ei, .Murren. Chatfau D'Oei, Rosinlue, Lfysin, Lamaniiu and Geneva. Brooke, In hla report, apeaki highly of the accommodation and gea- crc-' of the soldiers Interned at Outhen. The men, he fiatd, looked well and are happy. Condltlooa are also good at InlerUken, where the Canadiim ere looked alter by a MUs Slmklna. who la'an EngllEh lodging, bouse keeper. All Ihe men, he says, speak most highly of her devotion and desire to provide lor their com- forts. At Murren, Lord Drooke saw the five.officers and forty-one olhor renxa and addressed them on parade, telling Ihem how Canada ap- preclaled the hardships they had en- dured. Ho reports -that tho health, laclpllne and inorale of Ihe troops excellent, and they hare plenty of utdoqr oxercUe are also taught ndustrles. at Chateau D'Oel. where at a motor-driving sihool Uciry and mrctlf as visitors'usd been with B. view to employment as chauf- few and far between.'1 BALTIC FLEET WITH REVOLUTIONISTS. Pelrcgrad, Nov. dls- palt-h from Ir.nd. says Ibat Ihe delegates from the lialllc fleet and army committee have lesolved to adhere to the revolutionary O committee. The revolutionary eommltiee ai Beval has occup. led all the Important strategic DONALDSON'S PHONE 1160 aoi NINTH AVENUE'SOUTH tends to make school more ttractlvo In appearance, In Interest, nd In practical work; It lends to each the pupil proper agricultural methods where the work Is carried out nder Ihe supervision of tho teacher; tie school garden Is usually '.veil ecled from Ihe'Jnroads of animals; .11 pupils co-o'perate and work to- are on Iho same abor Is dignified; It allords Iho larg- st scope for nature study. For the loine garden lie linked he.school work and homo activities effectively; It nude possible a larger j ndivldual plot than the pupil coutl lave at school; the plot could iccoroe the pupils permanently, and t overcame the necessity of carrying many- tools and Torlh to school. He cited the present great need for Increased production and made.a.plea for pore Intensive agrl- cnllural method) Instancing China as ]elng iu advance :of UK .In. this par- Dr. Coffin's address deall with measuring results In the subjects to- ilght, methods .of measuring (rcsulls ind measurement of 'efficiency In Ihe teacher. He 'eSumeraled "a number of the .tesls used by eQUcallonal experts' In this eiperlmentatipn work which was being done In 'certain large cities, mostly Ameri'caa. He analysed the subjects taught as to the alms of teachiyg and lie Rind of rcsulls to character. he' slttexl, {'trie results' to be looked for.were sincerity and and then went on lo say that; at, pjijttlea] conniciton; lor Mch; gradejn each'aubject. 'At Ihe 1 know how expect- hiveach Subject ''In e ihquld" have'a re- consideration, of. .the .course ol .stuay accompMahpents Jn' 6th-, Give Your Guests Best! WE HAVE WHAT Tflt! DELEGATES TO THe BOYS' THE BEST IN THE COUN- TRY. Thert'i Notliinf Too doodfortbeBoyi, HOW THEY WILL LIKE en ofDuck We have tytrvthl.no en the rnarMrt ind ari living up to our eld reputation bi-'itlWaysThavlnB the THE ALBERTA ME'AT MARKET attentlvclyMto -three'.-' tdorosieivthd Calgary. staff "presented for. Cardslon'spokB vpn, ;the. and CoffIP, of ..Calgary, Np'nnai Iheso Mr! Sh'epherd, chalnhan oi-'llie Lcthbrldge Victory Loan Committee was given an.opportunity to enlist.the sympathy and co-operallon' of the leathers In campaign beginning all over Canada next Monday. The Pension Scheme Mr. Cameron presented each teach- wllh a set ol qnesllons generally asked the pension committee o! the Alberta Educational, Association, and the answers submitted >by ;ihe com rnlttee, He reported the'cordial and aympalhellc aMIInde assumed by the mlnlstp.r of education wheu approach- ed on the quetilon of government as slstance In a pension scheme.: Ho contrasted thfi ai'gen erally adopted with a riiore up to date scheme, of.lniurarj.ee and .annstnltles He Instanced Ihose' countries In which tho Eovernnienl was recog'nlxlnf its responsibility! lo.asslst'in making.the loachlng prottitltm "more and more permanent -In tenure..; A teachers' Insurance scheme Is'.bvt.a forerunner of a more c'eneril form o social Insurance which the speaker predicted wonld follow after the term! ha Lion .of lot war. No' ona w6n hesitate to insure Ihe prbvlnclal.edu IcaUonsl assets worth some few'ml1 lions, In plant, equlpmenl.-elc., a'sjalns tiro. Why hosllate In Insuring Us fall lions of dollars' worth, of 'teacher against sickness, old age, and dlaabll Uy. The scheme proposed Is one whereby the fnnlthc dollar for dollar provided by the (each er tor Insurance, pension Pr.'ainunll purposes. leichera> present >i r.eafed to be heartily In sympathy wit Iho no doubt some action.will be .undertakei .when th government Is Assured 'the teachers desire v- Mr. presentW tlvq advanUiM Wrje school garden ori th school grounds' tor demonatrallon -an experStnental pnfpOMt and .ihoft o. the ploV ifher'6 Ihe Ipf- sons .Icnrned In -schooli.could.'be (6 actual practice, for llie fonne'r he "Cfailforali' 'oynp" often .earei- i tick ciild r TQNQ06 is'COATED.VBREATK. BAD, STOMACH 8OUR, CLEAN "ANO.-BOWEU-'r sick. coitrii This Is a'-'s'nrr slm thtt Iir tttlt liver nid >bowtls-' irii clomd twltb: wssie. tible, rer.erlsh, stomawh sour, -breith- bad Jhront-fuH gdyji tar, ipoonfil 'of ".CjUlforaJa Symp of and ll'a few. hoars ill .the eoosrUiiiUd v nndlgesCsd 1 out without and yctt plarfil eklM isjafn., J Motbws mn (hlii harinlMS bcnusa It IrtreT-taUi to cleaiiw liver' and' bowel's and sweeten the stomach and lhay ifemrly. 1 loft Us plcttanl taste. Full directions lor bab- ies, children of all agea and for grown- DCS printed on each .bottle! of counterfeit, fig syrups. Ask your druggist lor a' bottle of "Caltfomll then see thi.l It Is mode by the Syrup SHOE SERVICE In Value, Style, Fit and Cpmfbrt When you buy our {ootwear you invest your shqe money wisely. makers guarantee and ours. You can't carry adian makes, The Slater for men, J. T. Bells for women, (or a fine line of neat well made, well fitting shoes- for boys and' girls. Our slqcjcMi j fresb and clean. You will find in it the bestA'alues in Southern Alberta, ;-V'-y' HUFNER I THE SHOEMAN Third Avenue SoulK. Beside Merchants We doubt if you have' ever ha'dl.offered you price neverjKuy. at-amalli i er Figure out what you', need arid.let us- show you how we' can Velvet M fp til D 65c 75c of a large Pillow Arm Chwterfield, Ann Chair uxl V andJs'guaranleEd In every respecL) Full spring s'tFjicTfc.VJVith'n'atr-.a'ri, ddp'wii, upholstered in an tapestry. In soft tones thai will-blend J'" r-.-. Chair orRocker i 'ii V A Figured Gum title; o TTila suite Is built o( Ihe finest Jlgiined, iJalBty, flealgrjcannolbut be admlreil.'SuKe'cOTiiaitj Ing title wllh triple and Special have now on display a jcar load of Elasy Chairs. and Rockers: In Filmed, Old English and Mnhoeany HnJshesV.ppholstered. In Imitation and genuine also a large assortment ol nllOTcVVTapesCry' Chairs 'and Rockers ,'i n cii I L f-r "for: ill oak HuU Block Largest ;Hoitsc FurnisKers in Southern i I ;