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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MUDAY. OCTOBKH 1U. HUSI lirrf LETUHHUIC.K I1AH.Y PACE -VINE Theories and Methods of Dr. Maria Montessori LONDON, Ocl. a wonderful, lion of her principles and idJress wh'ch .M. Auatole France tlf- of Lhe use or ber sjitemalfzed sehei llvercd at ihc Congress ol htcnch Kle-1 of educational apparatus, thai Dr. mentary School Teachers, he suggeal-! Maria ilontt-nsoTl had come to England eJ there should bo au attempt (u both to give lectures and (o super- brlne togc-ihcr a delegation ol thu'lulciid Ocmuusiratlon la the teachers ol all nations. M. Aoatole I practice of her principles, sLarllag thought that such a confer- week and continuing De- ence "could formulate In common a cembcr. uufrcrsal Bfatain of Instruction, and 'consider the means (u be, lafcen to Implant In voting minds the Ideas from which would spring the peace of the world." He echoes Ihe spirit of "dive us the young and wo Will create a new mind and a earth ut a single generation." Wo are all nulled In Feeing thai Uic Ihe course la to. euabJo r, ure a o. euo tcaclic-ra to leach on Dr. Montessori's principles. When Is remembered thai the Eludentf who hare offered IbeioEeUea are mostly teacbora lu lhal Ihe tuition fee? are very high (35 guineas, or about n fifth lo a quarter of rear's salary of many that the numbers who have entered coma to over 160, we'aee that training of Iho young carries Iho Ju-j there IB a deep conviction lure with It. We all bePcrc that I nmongst English leacliers as lo the- inorc und lucre education Is'necessary, value of (he uew Ideas. Although ai Dul what should be the nature Hie education slvrii lo ibe youug? U Is in answer lo llila question .thai Dr. Maria Moulessorl comes In. as a peacemaker and uolfier. She uas-goi a definite pr'nclple, with trhlcli we in England, at iiny rale, -have Iccn socially iicrfeclly familiar. Like Kousicau, like llcrucrl Spen- cer, like TolMoy. she Is on present Dr. Jlontossorl Is chiefly di- recting her efforts lo (he leaching of Infants and the youngest children, EUC has in mind the cxicnstoii of her vital prtnclpla inlo tho hlglier ot piim- nrr und other schools. Dr. Monlesaorl has labored ID Italy and In Spain, before coming to Eng- land. Her movement of reform Is Ihus become International. see, theco- lor c, that M. lAoalole Franco's call alist, and iiracla'iiis a. gospel of Jorc, lhat M. lAnalole Franco's call freedom Tor (he elilhl to realize him-1for a "delegation of teachers of all na- Bcif. Iii Iho olil days, when the clilM Lions" Is lieing met, though not in his regarded as nol only tainted, but; way. Dr. Monlessori Is rather a. Peter also obsessed in original sin, the only the Hermil, threading her way through remedy lo whip ihe "offending Adam" OLJI ol MUJ, and' even this prored a hopeless task. Freedom" In Ihe School We do nol now, il Is true, Tjcl'evc In relentless punishment, even for offences, stU! li is that ilic "princlplo of slavery nations on an educational crusade. MonlCBEorlsm Is ae iL were, a spiritual renovation to stir with quick lUc oil the occupants of tho buddings, equip- ment, nnd help which money can buy. How the Work Began And, it will ba asked, who IB Dr. Moniessuri, ibia new Internal Ion al tailcs our pedagogy." and XlontcsEor- [educational force, and what are her Invite us lo coiittiuphUe the [ire- i qualifications? duels ol sWtionarv nr> Montossorl Is a doctor of.medi- desks iinil clia'ra until recently used clne- who professionally took a special lor little children Instead of this Interest in Ihe study of Idiot children. iystem of repression, of keep In E the Shc tho methods ol educat- child "caLin'd. criliu'd. confin'd" Dr. 1 defective children as auggeaterl Moilcssori's idea is to afford lne noble-minded Itard. and aUcr- frcedom, noi as RtncrAl as Ih'at by Ihc equally noble Seguin. of the encasing air, al least us com- mensurate as poss'blc with Ills tancons activity. In the child's self-activity she finds Uic scope Cor initiative and Ihc crca- 'tlre impulse. Mate these purposive, and let the purposes bs .seir-chosen From the study of "remedial" peda- gogy, Dr. Monlessori passed on 'lo. that of normal pedagogy, She had taufilit (by enormous patience) idiot I children to read and nrito, find Ibej results seemed almost liy follou'lng the eipcrimenlal'mcth and let me purposes bs i uiutu- by each child and ive get ihp, very ods ol science, she carefully tried and 'elements uf a strong, determined char- Healed nil the Ideas she had gathered acter Clearlv all such work is Infll- Ofl edUcatfon. and began school tench- TEJualistlc in nnlurc. And the old of.ordinnrj' poor people's children Idea of the as modelled upon the factory tinge classes of children under a foreman, called the (eaclicr, and. the foreman under hi 'Rome In 1907, and has never since ceased to give herself uj> to the fas- elnalion, as it is to develop-1 perfonallty of children ofj Inspectors, U seen to have been Ihe j every grade of capacity. She 13, Iherc- outcomc of the industrial revolution. Ifore- an'accomplished mental physi- II was a relatively cheap method Inlctan. a teacher by conviction rto coin Itrnis of money, but It has been .111 eipcnsire procedure in lost oppor- lunllles [OT the devclopmenl of counl- Icsd thousands ol iuilivEdualR. Wo have the princlplo tliat life u and an Indefatigable sociolo- ot gist, Lastly, slie haa the rare develops "from lhat leacLer was in the srhool. "ttt the children's miiidp." -MpnlesEorl's view is lhat the the dc- Dr. indi- rldual life of Hie child develops "from within." An International Movement It Is to oiler Hie .detailed cxposl- Inspiring oilier teachers with her own spirit of love of freedom, and with the zeal for educational research. She is the best living example of the educa- tional cnlcnle cordlalo amongst the nations, whether we agree with her opinions or nol. OFFICERS OF CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSING re jon loslol la your use or medi- cine 7 When yourslomadi Is ailing, you take something trial reaches Ihe jlomach, bul wnen'llio Iroub.'c la In your lungs or breathing pns- do you tako BOraMhlnr that Beta airocl? This Is when: to many people tnako a tnlstuke. They sa.llloTV remedies Iclo tho In a vain nttempl lo cure nllment which (s of the lungs! Then luey wonder why they recelyc no benefit. For ellmenls of [io lur.ja and breathing passages the loglsal trcal- mcnl Is Iho use of ft remedy that Is breathe.iblo and' therefore of reaching Iho lungs direct Pcpa I3 that kind of brralhcable remedy In tablet form, when I'eps are dissolved In tti> BO'Jth rofdlclnul vapor Is released breathed to all parts of Iho bronchial tubes nnd tho rnlnuttiir colls of ta'e lungs, soothing Ihe In- flammation and consequent Irrltn- Don, Hie sola placos and ending the cough, Ncit tlraa yon >ro troubled wllh cougli, toro Iftroat, bronchitis or Peps and prore (or yourEdl the superlordy el (ne direct treatm'enl. All deileri 60c. i- The tollowlng were ilcclcd (tils afternoon to In (lie I Jauatlinn Association of Nursing j cation, at its concluding session here: 1'rcslilenl Miss Ullzn- icth Flima, Toronto. Secretary Miss Ont. Treasurer Misii lleraey, v Montreal. First, second and third Vice-presi- dents, respectively MIsH Johns, Wln- eg; Miss Ilnlrlci'. Jllss Coodhuo, Montreal. Councillors Missel TUtal- [ck, Uninawlcft; r'emberlon, N'ovft Scotia; Stanley, Tendon, -.Onl.; H, Toionlu; Randall; Vnncouver and Tolls, Toronto. PROPOSED DOMINION NURSING SERVICE Jean Gunn, of president of the Canadian National Association of Trained Nurses, (n address Ing the association delegates nt llio opening of their An- nual convention here today, said there were cctHral problems for discussion. One of these was Llie proposed Do- minion-wide nursfng: service that would Include In Its provision for country districts, and tho other wn.i the movcmcni toward turning out Ira I noil Attendants aiivl'lary lo the grrulimle No definite ecliemo for these linos of Activity was sug- gested, .Mips Elhel Jones, ol Winnipeg, sec-, rotary of the nssocfallon, rtrorlcil lhal there were (5 Duralng organiza- tions represented In (he nallotial body. OVERHEAD GOST IS TOO HICK IN HAMILTON HAMILTON. Ont., Oct. local committee of the hoard of com- merce nlsht private heard evi- dence ns lo clothing prices hero. It announced yesterday, that II found everylli'nff snllsfactory, but the ilorji of overhead charges, These arc con- slilered abnormal and will he further Investigated. The seminary' lit Water- loo IIM engageil h new professor In Iho person of Jlpy.-' IJr. Henry Sdiadfct, 'of Christ church, Chestnut Hill, I'n. Two of the Toronto drivers' pickets, In c-nilcarorlnf to prevent the of a rarlond of conl, foil lour of tho poUco. it Edmonton. Every Magazine I'rinling 1'lanl in New York Tied Up By Strike out prevailing in book and Job offices, the follow'ng publications win nol ap- pear on lime, the association an- nounced: Colliers McClures. Pictorial llcviev. CosmopolHan, Good luuicteeplne, Harpers llajaar, Harper Magazine. MvlrojioUtan. Scrlb- ners, Contury. Popular, DC- 'Inealor, McCall, Popular Sdence Monthly. Vogue. Vanity Fair, Motion I'icnirp, iip'J others, as wel) as many ot tins largest trado paprre in the coUQtry. NTAV YOIIK, (Id. niaga zloe priming iD this citv has IDM as Hie result of the "quarrel certain local un'ons Rtid their Irjlcrniulonals." according lo anliouiueinent lasi nffilil by the Peri. odical Publishers' Association o! Anlprica. As n resull ol Ibe strike and lock. cutting a bun- save. .McCormack. 01 Sw'nlon liltecii miles CAFI of Duruaiu, was severely injured yesterday inoru- lug. Harry f'lynu wa? elected Dominion president at a meeting of [ho United Veterans' league a'. Massey Hall, To- ronto. Dress Up For Thanksgiving! %j The annual least day so universally observed is close at hand and every man will want to appear "at his best Our Home of Better Clothes is at the service of every man who cares (or the. best of outfitting and we are prepared for you this season with a larger and more complete stock of everything that is new and up to date in men's high grade clothing, furnishings and boots and shoes, than we have shown for some time. LUCKY IN GETTING DELIVERY Of THE SEASON'S ORDERS Places us in a position to lake care of your wants in every line of fall and winter wearables lor men. The very great scarcity of c'.olh mater- ials and the continuous labor trouble in the East has made it impossible for many manufacturers to fill (heir clothing orders for fall and stocks in a great many instances are very low due lo these conditions. Fortunately our fall orders were placed early and in a great many instances ready for shipment before the tie-up and our slock at the present time was never more complete. We Strong Advise Early Buying As the clothing manufacturers will not accept any repeat orders at the present time and we have to depend entirely on our slock on hand to satisfy our customers. We can satisfy the most particular man today in oar clothing section. Heavy Ulster Coats for the Storfay Days Heavy tweed ulsters in plain and belted mod- els. i lo New Fall Hats Stetson, Knox, Vanity, Borsatino, and other reliable makes. Prices to Underwear in All Weights and Sizes Stanfields, Tru-Knit, Dr. Jaeger, and Wolsey makes. Combinations, to Underwear, two-piece up Special display of new patterns in Dress Shirts and Neckwear for Thanksgiving. Cluett, and Jaeger Dress Shirts. Prices to newest patterns are here. 75c, and up i. Sweater Coats, coat style, ai! colors. Prices up. Pull-over Sweaters; club "colors Jersey Knit Pull-overs up Fit-Reform and Society Brand Hand-Tailored Clothes Hundreds of the newest fall styles and pat- terns to select from, size 33 to 48, and al prices thai will s.end you away with a satis- fied smile. Don't delay buying. Buy now while our stock is complete. Suits at S38, Fall Winter Overcoats Slip-on Rainproof and Storm Proof Coats, to Mackinaw to Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta McKelvie Kirkham Block v McGuire Letihb'fidge ;