Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TtmT.RTrTBRTDGE DAILY SATUttPAY; NOVEMBER. 27, Proprietors and Publithere ?.THE tETHSRIPOE GERALD j SaPRINTiNG COMPANY. LIMITED HI 6th Street South. Ljthsrlio'. Alhtrta W. A. HUCIIANAN President and Director -_ i JOHN TO1 DANCE 1 j, Minister IHlly, er .Audit Bureau of CJt Subscription Rate: delivered, per week by mail, per Pally b; mall 6 moult paMy by tnatl 3 month by mail. year THE QUESTION OF TEACHERS' SALARIES The question of teachers' salaries Is one vrflich will to DC sctucu no only in the interests of tho teachers but in the interrals of education, iu the Bearing it has on it. That tin teachers are underpaid in the isajorit: Of- cases goes without saying, an that this tends to make the proles THE SPIRIT OF CHEER UP :_ _ We are often'aplfto'underrate tlie'optimist, but he has a distinct place in the worlds without him he world would be a-dreary place to abide is al- ways there with his cheery smile, and with this spieads the gospel of the truth'that every cloud has its silvei 1m- inE He is the embodiment of the hope that begets faith, and without which there will be despair, yielding to which w e shall become soui -faced, morose, and melancholy. He tells us that the sun is always shining though the clouds sometimes hide it. But it is theie neveithsless, and is hound to make its appeal ance soonei 01 later. He is the individual who figuratively puts the tints tb bugnten an otheiwise daik picture, and in this he is doing a human Life was not intended to end in despai" Theie is al- ways the i esiu rectlon. This is Natuie's mapi> mg message, in the decay and daiknessof wmtei toliowed by of the sap in the apparently de-id sigrs of vegetation, with the veiduie and the bloom that follow. So Natuie s lesson is one of "Cheef and it is a lesson well woith taking to heart. Our veiy creed is one of hope, and we may apply it to the outlook of our lives To be hopeful and to make ropped from tho hand oi tho deceased, bui position would JndicUs. thii It, was. placed oil the edge of the tray, flu' bullot pass- ed out through the back of body. The the sWa of oy. Atcrb burnt; showing that the- gun had been pressed to the' body ul that ime It fired. With the rc- TOKer at cock it was in'sstblo that It could have been dl'i'nrged b> the deceased. Victim, if Stabbing Affray The lite Conslabla lir.riteau 21 years of Montreal of age. and tame yett 1" to Jota tha he bid tweo with He was the Tictlm of' the slabbing attraj some bart ho to the highest Juterests of th'e (own. The citizens hsire asalh shown kec-u Merest ia their selection tor. tbess vacancies.. Messrs. Jas; Fdirhurct, John and Alex.JZaiiton are their choice. AH of these men' Give L a good account'of themselves it elect- ed. The people are keyed: uu to u great pitch of Interest In-these civic election's nud with" such rueu. offering their services lo the community, tht welfare of "all will be properly and judicouslv attended to and Improve- :o much oee'ded, will be.brought about PICKED UP F O II T 11 E E IJ-S.Y M A ,N Wlpdsor' Out., is to havf, a sew daily pape'. making the third lu ihat W i Bconso'u 'AiW-Saloim League. v members end a tgency. Tha suit Is the'outcome of'lhe arrest of Ihe mayor Oct. 37, 1919, charged .wltk (he salo of liquor. Three members Dt.'' JfotV William Board of Education anil seventy wouy en'Jeachere have ;over talarj question Leaving Indsor Friday sltoruuon I or-bU run JaB J Freeman a W abash o-naii died on tno train between bliaalz.pt Mlthe er uai, Aylmer and stricken nith aj-oplesv, while walking to church ana died u u Im minUM Rev Leo Wag. of sary of Ihelr wedding r tbou and asked In a suit flleu Major P-iul Re> V Mlcnzlk of Cadclix Wit against t.io of tr i o e ou Further ,tat othets hopeful is pait of individual By is regarded as a problem which has to be solvtd is the dearth of teachers. In the went of aTTractlrenessJrom a of 'view tha .profession now lies under question ot teachers sil aries is a problem iu itself, 't become9 nvw TI, an accentuated problem In that it is! despair. part of a municipal problem in. which rff the'niiii rate has a Inrgc'hearing. In the circiimslances it is difticult to set a "landtril rjte of to make o this do' mflch to cheer oui fellows in misfoi tune, and so help it to be bonie in a measute which would be intolerable, otherwise. Hope, in what is expected to is'a sustafnmVquality, deserves to be encouraged. It is a sustaimng'quaiity, ana aeserves w ue eiu.-uiudgcu. is not'well for mortal man to be evei heading tha paths ot despair.' If we aie inclined to dwell too much on the dark side of things we are apt to lose sight of the bnght s.cle.'and so to forget that there" is a'biight side.l Unless theie is a dark sicte there will be no meaning speak cf as the bright side of In the f conditions which shoulder by one Rober Easlcsoa In the earl) hours uf the u oml e on the prairie east ot the clt> ha was detailed to sfee- him hon o from the barracks, where Eagle ja Jiad arrived aylng that ha had been held up and uanted protection to get to his home Eaglesen olauda .remanded for trial for Ae alleged offence 0 that oc sic-ri constable lost a qaan- .y ot bloc-J anu bach to e barracks In, and eshauiled indltlon He bad co1 regained his ual slrengtn but continued to Iw i a very condition lil coin adea." not notice .any- hlng wrong with him othe-vuse His plrlts were goad Splendid Men Are Willing to Serve Coleman Town a But things a habit of adjusting them nin tna onrtTio Ul i X. the more .optimistic oui natuieg sobnej teachers' i ity to pay To set a scale of snianes withput the abihtv to paj to it would mn'K6 the lasl condition ofj teachers worse than the- first i J- The through their ballon" "bave'set a schedule ot iee. IB this thev are natural to their: own' 'In no one (can them But much 'depend's on the spirit in this schedule is asked ;to be carried 'bat. To make hard and fast rules In a profusion such as teaching. is hardl> In conformity Its partic ular nature Teacliin" consists not so much in the academic attainments of .lho: teacher 'in the ability ot the teacher to .'.impart the knowledge: he possesses In this particular capacity the individual who possesses the sec rot -of imparting the knowledge he or she possesses Is a far more valuable t'icher than one with higher acade mic qualifications which he or she ha: not tbe ability to impart; In tbe matter of salaries there eorrtcs slams' ly jor'cpnsideratlon the Individually of the teacher, agd not so mnch-the diBerence in which one teacher stands to thfTotheVln the way of academic qualifications In this way the con tentiOR 6f the outlay in time and money to obtain ceftaln attainments cannot advanced argnment tor a return m salaries U depends 6n what thfe market value of these are in the rte they are capable of being applied A weak point in the teachers sched ule Is the insisting of a regular annua increment, to apply- all round and so BtancfarfTliinK It This is bad for the profession abd.bad tor education, in thaT it does the needed between teachers them excel There cannot but be the temptation among certain teache.a to' keep within tna safety to save dismissal without auy undue ex ertion, knowing that the annual ln-L awaits them tne scheflnlS HUBCunie To throw up our bands in despair-will be only to en courage whahwe may reckon adversity To be hopefu h'elps to counteract the prolongation of what aie icgardec adverse circumstances. In the face of experience there is .much to spirit of "Cheer up Without it all noble aims and am bitions, in the opposition they meet, are likely-to f all t pieces, and nothuig woith while will be achieved. bo le us cultivate the happy smile, and so be a help to our weak er brother to keep him on his way Encouragement mean muchj-'and here the spirit that is truly optimistic achieves much. At the enfrof the night there is Qie'daWn. Out of the winter thei e is the resurrection of spring (From Our .Ovrii Correspondent} COLEMAfT Nov 2ii Interest u civic .The citl- sens are to be congratulated on bring Dg out a man like Mr J O C Me Donald for nmsor HcDonald served in many ways. For a ntraLcr Of yc 1-5 to -33 co'unclllor and has for U e last tw_ or three %ears been a mem her of tho school board His judg ment on matters pelaming to the public welfare has been good and hi counsel on_educational matters ha worth having There-is lid doubt.that Mr. aid will go in by -icclanntion Three Vacancies occur In the coin cil, Messrs Fizer, McDonald having their term Mr Stanley Prlzer not stand fo This' is" to bo regrettet as "Mr Prizer has stood fo be the endeavor to make toe country s langaagfc beautiful by clear enancia lion In fact, the move to preserve the parity of the language and not to allow it to be turned into a mongrel tongue All which 's very praiseworthy and wor thy ot emulation. N While the more made by the Cards ton teachers is s good one in senrlng to create a proper pride in the national language, as much as there Is In other rational Institution i, there may, pos- sibly, danger in being over done, ot'gettiug too pedantic and too punst In the conception of the way "the language should be treated This needs Boarding against How does the club intend to deal with slang In considering this feature of thi bnghsh tongue there la that dacge of becoming too pronouncedly purist. Those who have del red rinto the his- tory of oiij language. that ranch of its'present rjchness owes its ortgi to slang It Is reckoned lo have r'lla izcd the language -and1 In this ther is much truth Take our eicresBlo 'up against and others that might be mentioned. They might shock the but the purist nothwitSstandj ing there Is a'world ot' meaning .In I I' Do You Knoto? More Truth _ f M By S E Kfter Thoughte ONE could not think- veiy much of the Cliristmas season without associating' Music with the sub- ject. Chiistmas without Music would be Dawn with- out Glow' to have Music theft should be a Piano, a Player- Piano 01 a Phonogiaph iff the the veiy best ttiai one can afford. t Such the most may be found in oui'v Wai brooms Mason Risch Pianos and Players Mason Phonographs i If the payments foi' any of these instrunients cause jou any uneasiness, let us tell you that you carf have it sent home any time you like, foi a siriall cash pay- ment, and on easiest terms imaginable. BALMORAli-BLOCl LETHBRIDGE' TODAV'S 1 Wha( la necromancy', 'n 2 What is the Grandfather Claase 1 Wbat is acgas'" 4 What 1: the third eyelid' _ 5 What was the fate( of'the man philosopher Metzche11 6 From are birds raid cvclut ionized? FRIDAY s _ Whit was tbe origin of Tlelng the .marriage 2 came tbe custojn wife assuming the surname of the hns bandt 3. What was the "MarrpWr-Gonlro- vers? Who were the Marrow men? J o What la a "Silk 6 Why IB a called' f i- 1. From the custom tielnglhe fhumbs of the belrolfeed with leather lace muui Whatever miy bo regarded'as, which no other eipresa.on to the initlai ca'arj may wall leaTln's the Increments to be arrived at according to the individually of the teacher, and EO In this roapert not treating all alike In a profession wherein- the -standard as to teaching capability is bound to vary. Thufe cannot'be reasonably any bard and ifasi rules in this regard. There Is a .'conaideralion for, the teachers In the matter of alanes. but there Is also a 'consideration expected from thera In which the public lour head' demure and far from sire that can be the A' vamp can be sharp-clawed when she Pnrsues you, ojt the. run. The world's a small after all, As many men have learned, While hurrying la get n'xey From" ladies wno refused toj'lay WESLEY METHODIST.CHURCH .OIT' after being spruced. (Continued from'.From' 5001! spirits wbeu he ca.me'back from ho hospital, and during the hour mesa on the Friday he. safd he was sing along fine. >y Constable Uayntort sM that he was with (hn deceased for a'liille ilmS, and rushed out to the first aid men in tha barra'dis ani! to summon .a doctor. t 'Made a Good Oin'nsr. Corporal Ing to the deceased, whd sat next ;to aim' at 'the noon mess, :hs shooiing took he sefim- ed In Ihe liest of spirits anil was salt- ing him, In fnn aVont. the bridle [n Epcction he was to take part In, nh( which to M half past ono. lie hail a hearty dinner, and ask; ed for a second helping.. 'Gun.In Tray, ot.Trunk i said No. 3 barrack ro6m when he teas iol that Uarltcau was shot, and'saw lil'm on the floor. The gun-was-hi th( tray of trunk with tho but towards his (he side of FAITH AND -WORK The average man bas more faith in a "lucny jiloce" than In the. efficacy of d 8t Augustin's Church, cor fch Ave. and 11th SL Rev Gore M Barrow, Rector Rectory. 212 8th SI S Telephone 1408 1st Sunday in Holy Communion 8.3ft b.m. in chape! Matins 11.00 a.m, Sunday-; school 3 p.m. Evensong 7 p m v Mr. Carveth' Wells will sr-sak at tae morning service on Hcligioj'- C i toma and Su, erstltionS of Ijsher for Sundav Damacjl Broilto and Datler Tuesday Si Andrews Dry Hoi 'om mrinlon and special Intercessions for missions Id n m In Inlarcc slons p m In THE'-UMITED LETHBRIOGE Rev. T. D. Jones. Pasto 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 Choir Leader Mrs F.Ja 10 of Ih School In the ilitl. 11 Pervita. Snbled Virtue thai is Cor. 4th'Ave.-ahd 11th St. S, Rev Chas. S, Cragg D D Paster II sm.. Jlornlng-Worship. Snb- Pastor will preath. 11 JO am Priharv ar.J 13 elnners DeptVif tho IZlu a m tad TJIble i iM 'Srvita Sul> Prlnyj ilihlEUr. SALVATION a.m. Sumjny School. Z Kvaifgell.'tic Service at p. r.i, Wny of Salvation t'roclalrncd. 'weleomo. "ASSOCIATED DIBLE STUDENTS Bldg., 6tfi Street 8, ii'l'ay a.m. L Subject, an.1 Mail era Ne- cind Hyp- notUr.i. pb'mvjiscod." 9th Stretl R-v r W Of "Minister 1 Hr B Ji.net, ot 'Chcl, WHAT WK STAND L n'm. Sundays', p.m.; Bible Study.' Bible Stuily, 'follovcil by prafst, prayer and; .Union? Ad Wr.iUrr.t. No All publications of Society may now lie obtained locally, including "EJniebe'il Mystery." PENTCCOSTAl. ASStiM8LY in'thtf P. Hall, .1; Sthobl. nlirt1 I'roac'hlnK Service.' Th'ese 'services :wlll ho held (n tho K.