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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE LETITBKinaE DAILY HERALD Less of it Being Assigned Than Ever Says Superintendent Hamilton VIEWS OF PRINCIPALS Conscientious Pupils Very Sel dom Need to Do Home- work Says One That iJiiplls In LotUbbriUge city Echools arc being aeeisncJ an ever decreasing-amount of homework, ant that, as a general rule, parents raise i.o objection to tlie assignment of a limited the summary ol Superintendent Hamilton's report to Hie regular meeting of tbo schoo board last night. No action on Ui cutter was taken, Hie oupfjllon o future policy in Ibis regard betng Icf lo iho discretion of Superintendon Hamilton and the teaching staff, Tho question of homework Is one Irjs been receiving a great flea RT. HON. DAVID LLOYD GEORGE As the Chancellor of the Exchequer appeared when delivering speech :t Svyindon en Land Reform, of nUuntion in. all parts of Canada ot late snd two months ago Sur-erlnten- duil Hamilton to bring in ii report on the subject so far as it relates to Lelhbrldgo with re commendations on game. As par- uiils arc particularly interested, tracts from tlie report are given be- low; of the'advantages urged in favor of homework in the intermed- iate and senior grades arc: I. It develops in. pupils a sense of personal responsibility." It keeps children employed who otliLTwIse vroutd lid the street or ut Ilic picture show." y. It develops habits .'of quiet and concentra- tion, glow or tbo :nay by.home keep up with hit class. "Learn to do by dotng." S. Many parents desire" their child, ren to have homework. It prepares jiuplls for Ibe home- Bludy they be required to do in Ijicli school and college., In opposition to hoineiyork, excenl oi the most limited Eimount, It is'ar- gued I., kive hours of hard work m schoal .is- sufficient' for the oidlnary child. 2, Mistakes madq 1n the work al liorne arc not. corrected till the In jiresston has hcen defined, while in school tlie careful teacher corrects mUtafcea at once. 3." 1'npilg consider homework an so do not respond go read jly to class stimulus. i. Those" pupils who do little home- work make tiuitc as great progress as those ivhp _rlo much. .5. H_ pupils of the! recreation periods and'hence induces antipathy to'. te.icber. school school work.. '_ C. U conflicts "with tho duties which are required'of children at ho hie arid which arc of more pratitcal value..to both children. anO parents.' It Is'- a uaate of. time to teach niauual train-, ing and domestic science then1 load pupils ufl with siq' inuc.K work that tliey.cariaqL'do'tho.'Slinjlc and educative tasks "oJ the the summary .of- arguments ehould not do all our teach- ers, allow me" to from tbie let- ters received from Mr. K, P. Stewart; priucipa] Cen- tral Echaot, sayg; "Coagclontlous iibpils very seMom need lo do homeworls. Most public WOMAN A EHEAT SOFfEREB Tells How She Was Restored Tp-HeaHHbyLydiaE. Pinkham'i Vegeta- ble Compound. Tilbury, "I could praise L E. PinVham's. Vegetable Compound ai wound the world be cause it haa done E mudi for nw. Ko two years I .WAS s iihablo to do m. work.- weakness and penodic 'pains constipation nn baclcache, but now lamwellofnlHJtcs I took Ly dia E. Pinfclmm's Vegetable Compount Uvcr Pilta and Sanative Wash, I giv you permission to publish thi3 letter tc help others." Mrs, WILFRED MAR CIIAND, Box Tjlbury, Ontario, Can Cnso of Mrs. .Tully. Clikigo, III. -r "j :uko pleasure 1 writing to thank you for- what Lydla L Pir.khamV Vigotabld Compound ha done for me. I suffered' wllh wch aw ful periodic pains, und had a diiplf.ce ment, and received no benefit from th doctors; I was Advised to .take Lyd E. Vinkhai'ti's Vegslablo.Compound, an now as well as Mrs. WIL- LIAM TULLY, 2052 Ogden Avenue Chicago, III. If yon hnvethcfillghtcjt vhen 'ork is done at. school under, the eacher's eupervlilba'. Summing up, Superintendent. Ham- ilon says: These are typical replies to "my en- uiries of .teachers. scarcely D. exception they indicate that our eachers arc giving fouicvrbrk in de- rcaaing amounts, iis .character, 'too, changing.. which used be (tbc standby for homework, is carcaly now given at all. Spelling, memorization afld supplementary eadlng are the ns'u'af igncd. t "With larger ideas of whal education s and of the factors (hat-enter. Into ho training of children a now valuo jnit upon the simple.home duties. The study o( 'music is -not-thought ol as a nseloss ficcomplishmenL" The social conversation, of "the home may ic highly educative. Th'e" education- il value of play ifi 110 longer tjUes- Ion cd. Conseq tieti tly, the gcb ool i E recognising that children must be ;iven lime for these things. A new Imporlance la" "everywhere being put upon right methods'- ol study. Tbe child must-" be taught HOW to study. This can be best done In school. Effective must be done nt "whHe hfcal.'-1 The enthus- iasm of the teacher Is needed to.en- gender this warmth. The "child who dawtllea over his booke at homo will lie npL lc do it at school.' From an examination of a grc.it many n-onthly report" books In all dps I have not' fqimd that any par- ent In rlgning these'tiag'made any ob- jection to the amount "of. Iiomeworlt assigned. Indeed, In most casja, un- less the teacher Insists upon-it, par- R do not Indicate the tfmc child; ren spend upon homework. This would Becm to show that the'children In the public: schools-are not at pros- BtRRELL IN FEUD WITH ABERDEEN' Irian Viceroy Sayt Ut, li Over-ridden by Chief Secretary For BuMing DELICIOUS in flavor, and tempting for' little folks, FRY'S Cocoa undoubtedly is. But its goodness more than matches its FRY'S. is all For one-fifth, its bulk is albupen, and albumen is only another'fprm of flesh. Fat, it has, in the making of energy. Little bodies bloom with FRY'S is used regularly. Made from a selection of the world's choicest growths of cocoa beans-and by methods matchless after 200 years' has no peer amongst cocoas. Remember "Nothing Will Do But FRY'S." All Particular Grocers Sell II. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Ltd., Montreal, Toronto, Winnipef, CiJivf, MEN FINED FOR .HAVING LIQUOR STAM5- SELL. N'oy. Dublin cor respondent of tho Times sends, a des- patch this morning earing that tho re- l.itlons between Lord Aberdeen, Loril Lieutenant of Ireland, and chief secretary for Ireland, arc the latter apparently having settled over the Viceroy's head the question of on enquiry Ing problem hy appointing a ddpat.t- rncnlai committee, tvhlle (ho demand" of the public, which. Is supported by the Viceroy, Is for a Viceregal caul- mission. could be stored In a garret of a de-j partmcntal store without the evident' Intent- to majte gain of It was.not dreamed of. And BO tne man came with the limit of fine In'hls'Jeans and .when Messrs. Brown and Lamb who heard the case said (100 abd costs It was there on the table. -The charge was '-'having intoxicating 'liquors on the premises for Tho 34 cases nrc under lock and key In the eoiirt houee at Cardston, and will he shipped to Edmonton where It will he sold and -the proceeds distributed to the poor. One fellow thought It a sense- less thing to pay'freight on tho'stuff to Kdmonton.' 11 could all be sold in It hard. It Is really not safe now for Cardslon in flve'tnlnutcs. a fellow to'have a thirst In Cardstpn. j-, Th0 has Been a bad one lor One man or firm In Cardstoh had somo strong stuff hauled over from' Mac- Leod last week, just to Imvc on Imnd FOR SALE TO OUT'.ILLICIT ING tardslon, booze g'ellprs of Cardslon are goUfnfc In c.ise oi accident bin to prove..tfo tho justice of the peaco thai 31 cases At minvle'i iratke adftlicioas strength- cup ol Oio can be ifyw tert Prime beef .con- tM. The wondeiful foou-Jnven-. lime trouble. v John Collins. He. got acting In a ratnc> rough manner through one of CaMston's citizens on Sunday, and.as a 'result, the man occupied the cell be- side the .MacLeod boxes. He was lib. on Monday out had to part nllh'fS.CO at tbo request of H. B. Urcnvn, J. V. Then, too, Iho Veener or a local res- taurant, an oriental who knew not the law, was called by Mr. Urown lo ex- plain why he allowed drinking In his cafe, lie couldn't do It, ot coirree, but the magistrate tooti a lenlenl View of the matter, and called oul the nominal fine All Sunday there was evidence that the 34 rases did not (lie Cardston nrewater. Several citi- zens.wero-Iaughing loud on the pub- lic ft.reef, and Ihorc wafl abundant ITOof liart been1 feufi'lled them from sdine source.' I CAHDST.ON OWNERS ADVISED TO SHORTAGE OF COAL POLICE COURT CASE Cardstou, Alia., N'ov. 12.-rFrleniIs of Mrs. Merrldew anil Mrs. Savngo are glad that the disaster that threat- ened the Tenlonjc, the boat on which they sailed for the old country, was not of a se'riou's nature. Word re- ceived, reports her arrival at Liv- erpool. Mr. EB IB on the St. AJirr'a 'river riea'r the boundary, was In town (hts week and in confer- Silver Spoons forkl frertlrig In mifiy lie doilgni, s fade of plate, Satis- ction i< guaranteed. satioir Trith the Herat's, scribe said timt liiu ImJ for the lime be- ing fallen.out o[ the None of the farmers In his.district have sold, and thoso west'In the foot- hills who have have been nsked by tlie buyers to Kold them a few weeks longer. E. N'- Barker, heard a case in his office yesterday, when the C.P.Ii.' accused' H. C. Brigps of Wooltb'rd of appropriating railway ties. It was an- ether of tboEO cases of intsundcr- slandlng ivlth employees of the com- the case was.diBmLsaed. I Cardston's.rnsli for houses still con.1 j llmies. Krcrjr house in town.Is full, i and families are toying ir.to every r vacant room OVDT the business places on Main street. There has besii' a shortage ot coal at C.irdston. On Saturday there was not a pound to be bad In The demand Is greatly lo excesa of Iho supply, so tho coal dealers .tell Herald represen'tdllvo'. i Jlr. Arthur Perrey quite surprised most ot Ills Cardjfon friends' by his .fiulet wedding at LetlibVldge last jweek. Mr. and Mrs. Perrey are now j In Chicago attending the Land ahowf. I .Work at the. temple ground !B start- ed in real earnest. Men, teams and tempers are busy ;arid" constderaule has been renioved! It Is hoped to be able to tlie foundation this fall. Edn-ards, aged ot Iblifav, shot hiitiKlf in tbe tailcar waiting room at Truro, "Pint of Coafh Syrup" T Xo Better Remedy at Any Mod Fully Guarutecd. Strallprd rejected a bylaw lo spcn on new fuc aprarntns, and another to guarantee bonds ot the Avon Hosiery .Co-.______.'...-____ Make a plain syrup by mUlrj two of granulaleJ and Mie cuy of varai and sllr for tvro Pdi'l% ounces of pjire rir.ejt (fifty cents' worth) In a J6-ounco bottle, and "fill It up wltt the Sugar Syrup. This gives ytm supply of the icat couch syrup of It never spoils. Take ful every one, two tljrfte hourf, The of Is It items 10 ttke hold and will ututlly rtop the niott coujh In hours; ft up the1 Jadeil appetllo and Is "just enoujh to tie helpful In a cough, and a. pleasing- tasta. AUO excellent M brorif chlal trouble1, throat Ikkfe. core and uncxiiulcd for" whooping ccuRh and croup, .This recipe for'maklng remedy with FJnex anil 'Sujrar iyrap (OT strained honey) If a prime favorllt In tnousinds ot horots tfie UnHed Stateik aiid The plan has been ihotifh" eucct'Fdniy. if try It, use only genu- ine Kney, whrch Ijt .the tnpst conccr.lrMcd compounil of Js'oriray.wklW pfne exlract, nr..l Is rich in dftd all the healing pln4 Other preparations wfll no! wofk thlf A gulranly Of aruolulft Wtlsfactfwi, moner promptly refunded, wKk thto Your irtrt fel It for jnu. K rtoi, avnd lo TlM PtaM Toronto, Ont ;