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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOF TEN THE LETHRRTnOS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 192( SCHOOL FAIR MOVEMENT IS STRONGLY COMMENDED Member of Staff of School :of Agriculture Makes Highly Profitable Address: to the Teachers'- Prof. Alexander Advances Four-Square Ideals ioi th'e Teacher. Msslc_ Cn Bloa "were held up before tho Induslrf o{ Southern Alberta thins they like." With rispeci't to farm work and country life. may tho case variously thus: to right- ly trained and educated people, farm work and country lite -are interest- ing; of, it is entirely worth while so to cultivate one's tastes, and desires tu he interested la couutry lite. That farm work furnishes abundant material with which to interest the trained mind is undoubted. It Is mon- otonous only to the dull and tho 1111- educated. No felad ot every eiper- ieuce affords gn farm experience. For a full generation the national in Us thlrtta and Its and fud ared aen ar.d women engaged iu edu- all tho other components of a catioBal ivork In South era'Alberta at: ordered prosperous proerosairo dem- ve nerd ay afternoon's session ot the'ocratic commualty stagnating and annual convention ot the Southern Al-! not functioning as they should for berta Teachers' association, by H.'lhe whole good ot the people. We Alexander, M.A., Ph.D., professor otjRt this convention all tha sit- classlcs UaiTefBlty'oI Alberta.! nation. We cee the crippling of our The convention, which will conclude' business centres, oar schools, our tonight, Is be'ng held Iu Wesley our homes, the denuded church Tho sessions are marked by sections- ot country. It is up to us enthusiasm and interest in the work- Ing out of the many problems Incident to work in tho domain ot the school room. .The convention, v.'as' opened shortly after o'clock by th'o'singlug and invocation by Rev.'C. B. Cragg, B.D. i.: McGowan, Macleod, president ol tie association, spoke briefly in his to set and to act now! The rural teacher can through the medium ot his or her school the tnflueUL-o which tho position carrlci theicominunlty :dq a .very ln't pro'icbttai; bettor, Ag- riculture, home .'nud comuiuplty life. c "taake the rural more'effective Instru- ment in country life? This effect can be much by opening address. He welcomed this7 teaching flftates to the convention appealing as by the spirit and atmosphere of o and" ,j lively interest in the deliberation ot'tbe various sessions. He then iu- trtio'ucefl Prof. Alcxacdor. Alexander's address was the .effort oE a trained, mc-lUo'dic'al inlnS. the school and Uie attitude toward rural things The .Seeing Eye The teacher who hopes to tafco a in .thaSlite of the coun- IJTh'e Teacher In ths School try schoolidiBtricCi'must.cultivate the his: iril .pie: Laspects, th'at of the judge, leader, priest and prophet.'. "Before th'ejprofessor explained that when" he referred to man he included woman, he, man braces woman; consistently em- ;ln the capacity of judge and leader, he said that the teacher should have sense of endeavor to instil into'the minds of the children the proper perspective toward fair play The ideal teacher Is' endeavors always to keep in 'close personal touch with his pupils and to lead them along the righ't thinking and acting. He .mist 68 'firm but not ahusirc. .pne Eces-.i thV student a reflection 'of what1- a' teacher is Iu other words, a student Is' uoulded to an astonishing degree teacher of- his irhen his mind is. plastic. Afe a priest, perforins a_ conkerrative fnnctioD.'a resisting forco tol tne onward march ot humanity. The prie'st has always 'represented .the ra- actiflnary element In human society. This' steadying force'iri'the "nation was a Bond thing, the speaker thought, and H'ishould be. encouraged. prepared to tear: He was. not ladder' on which his fathers :had climbed. He was sometimes a' radical, -yet ceptlon farmer and the coac- try peopla .forgotten. It. Is essentially and .'..perniciously false. Th'e'fartner Is 'something of a humor- fst, and takes delight in deceiving the simple minded by a somewhat unlln- ishedtjarterlor. city-bred person make's -the .fatal .mistake of judging by outside appearances. To tho city- trained. eyeHhera are two' classes of persons, one wearing overalls and the other wearing- white-collars. The for- mer'clasSrWqrk-with their hands. The yjith'th'elr. brains. That is the raperf Icial judgment, which ignores Uie there IE a very of. clear, hard thinking (lone men wearing ore r- anjirats the farmer belongs to boti classes. The more he under- stands .of those discoveries, which It Is :6f the schools and .-.colleges, ,to, make, the Tn'drVhe'ADSbrbfl IhQ teaching which tt hnslnesS'Of the Agricultural Schools to'.spread abroad, the better farmer, he .he.- In order that the h8i convinced that.it would he rsfafc to destroy IsnJlnstUutlons which -were secured through pain and Elruggle against oTcfwhelmiug odds. Thes sacred heritage and the' teacher should properly "before teacher may acquire the insight to find fanner, it is necessary to realize how large are the intellect- ual- demands whicli' hU occupation and.hta.buGlness make upo.n.the.farm- er of the present day. Witti this re- alizatioDl'comBE a, new respect and admiration for fanning and That, is the liiat; step towards the right point of view. _ ;Country ;LKe interesting The .second jjiacorery .the. under- stand will make is that farm wprlc and, country life are Inter-' esting. I do not mean interesting as novelty and a casual spectacle to Mural values hare diminished, rural mindedness has been scorned. So much Is this so, that rural values are not accepted even In the country, and people living in the country hare be come too much inclined to accept and adopt city standards In all things. That the change has been for the good of the nation, no truo pit- riot Trill claim. Industry, thrift, par deuce, intelligence, resourcefulness, sanity of judgment and of conviction are qualities of char acter essential at all times to ;the well being of the nation, and partic- ularly needed now. These qualities are best produced. under the condi- of country life. But so. greatly has the town Influence increased that only the shrewdest and clearest sighted of country people hare-'not bowed the knee to Baal. What'one ispect for and faith in one's and satlBfaclkm in (Continued on page 11.) I at lost io i twweriul, Antiseptic herbal txJw whkli 10 root oi eczema, ring- worm, nlcera, mad poisoned Zaia-Bak litefmlly uproots disease ibc underlying tissues. The .Hist application cools the sVin Vlbyi the Boy iixiUUoa and m- fi aramalioin Theo, when they have antiMptLcally cleused the diseased pAris. Zam-Bni's pun herbal ei- tracts. stimulate tissues and promote perfect healing and ths growth of clear, healthy skto. It acts like magic. Here's proof. 50 Dollars -weal ia reedEdr.es and doctor's vf rites Mr. Z. D. D'Miiro, 72'2, Papincan any cure (or my (erriWe ftcreraa. For a year I suffered' intensely from the irritation and pain. I thought there was no relief until, on a friend's advice, 1 tried Zam-BuV. From the first it did' onderful in rtliiTin7K Overcoats, reg Sat. Overcoats, veg Overcoats, reg Sat. Overcoats, reg Sat. Overcoats, reg Sat. Overcoats, reg A A 36D.OO. Sat. Overcoats, reg A Q Overcoats, reg Sat. Sat. Overcoats, reg Sat. ALL WEATHfiR COATS Rubberized lining, storm-proof and rain proof. Goats. (POO CA Coats- Saturday Saturday.. MACKINAW COMS Coats. <1JQ-OK Coats. @Q AA Saturday CoitsiV v, SpeciaJIAies E Meits Dress and At Reduced Prices for Saturday Selling. Guiunetal Regular Tan Calf Bals'. Regular 7JT Box Calf BluBals, leather lined. Reg- O ular Saturday .75 Special lot of Geo. A. Slater Shoes in black and tan, box calf and vici kid. Keg- "I ular Saturday L l.Ot) OUR IDEA OF GOOD BUSINESS IS SELLING GOODS THAT WILL NOT COME CUS- TOMERS THAT WILL. BE HERE EARLY SATURDAY AND SAVE THE McGUIRE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;