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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWKLVE rJiTHBmDRF. DAILY IITC1AU1 I'lUDAY, OCTOBER Montreal, li had not cveu teeu open. t-d vol. U would iirob.ibly be> brought dcnvn in ihe house on Monday. Thomas Viou askc-d when the g eminent to appoint a com- mission to lavestEEato the UrLff. leader of (he r-rumeat replied that 1 s eomrnlssion be arpoialcJ I i convenlo'.il lime. I "At Some Convenient Time'' House Re- port To Ue'Tabled Soon OTTAWA, OCT. Si.-In the house "1 commons this afternoon Sir Hughra tho govcrompni v.-heih- cr tbo report of the royal rornni.'tsioii TvhleA investigate! 1ho Guelph iiov.t- late rhargCis fcnJ been received whether ii >vonid te ruaeed on iho (able of Llie bouse. Sir Foster h1? understood the report haj been re- celred and was now await ins lUc re- turn of tha minister ot justice from Zam-Bafe Invaluaola for eciemi, toth in the caaa o( my babj tnd says Mrs. L. Bonla. ol Wesl >r'chatr X.S. She adds; "Babr's ekta iraa badly broken oat. but. repeated applications oC Kara-Bat entirely cured IL "In my yse, I bad eczema on my hands, -which mado It Joconrenlcnt Tor me fd do mr- bouEeworfc. Particularly -was this fo, It tho'trouMe so tn put my fcands In water. Bj uslnff Zam-Buk. however. I soon got ra- and ll-wsa not Terr long before erery trace of tha Irouale had dls- I thlnfe no home caould be Tdtboal 2im-Bck Is eqaally food for aU Fkln lurries. All dea'ers 5Qc. bet. Tam-Buk "WASHINGTON. Oct. 30.--Gorman? j and Austria am to b? ndmined to the; jr.ternaticnsl labor organization, and gat tons porj .by other members." A recommendation lo ibis effect from the organization coinuiittcc was i 3.doplrd by the labor couferorce Etternooii but one. voii-.c-. The ilcbato was syvrited and I prolonged, but ultimately it came to j an igumu'inous end under tho clos-. urtf rule. Tho vote lor adniissSou' 71 to o c vote cf Louis Gucthi. French employers' jdelfgaic. There was one abslen-j ition, Jules CarFicr, Belgian delegate, i jOtd not vole either way. The Belgian sorernment deiejates rolcJ for ad- mission, noi. as they craphaslied, be-1 cause they wish to admit the .tier- mans, but because economic uecoa- Canadians Vote for II The (our Canadian delegates, all voted for tho motion to admit. On ihe previous motion to apply closure 1o the debate, however, they divided. Mr. 1'arsons, rru pi over's delegates anil Draper, worker's delegate against the .motion. Tbc Canadian tlelpgatds, Air. and .Mr. Acfe- land, is subsiituling for Mr. Rob- lertson. voted Tor it. The vote on the closure motion stood: For, 65; against, i 10. MILITIA APPOINTMENTS KLVG3TO.V, Onl., Oct. C. J. Dayton. C.M.G., D.S.O. and a pro- fessor of a.t lhc lloynl Mil-lary College here, has been ap- pointed general staff officer of Mili- tari- District Xo. 3, succeeding Ucit. II. J. S. Munsell. Col. Dawson commanded the 4Cth BaltaHon in France and served with distinction in lhe war. Successful Men Always Plat6on Plan In Schools Detroit Tries New Plan Truly 3 prophet Is not without hon-1 roomed addition lo tho school, or in his own country. Tho projoc'.s By this foim of organization these ivhk-h, have been laughed Rt and ed down by hH colleagues, the ex-1 per! m en is which have faulted In ft veritable Uedlani It-L louse in his own schools, Trustee Dr. Johu Noble Hods flourishing and acclaimed in ihe schools and by tho srhojl board ol Detroit, Mlchlgau. At nil I urns. Dr. lo haa beea laughingly advised to "let lhe Americans eiperlmeut first, then we can copy if we want Mow that Ibe Americans hate experimented and found it a successful experiment, will Toronto follow "Delro't is on the eve ot a civic stated tho superintend- ent or education at a mass meeting of Detroit's educationists less ihan a year ago. "The old Detroit, the hono of conservation, complacency, and small tonu Ideas is gldag place to Ihe New Detroit, the metropolis, which does targe things and In a large way. In this great forward move- ment, public school education must riot Jag behind. arc pass Ins i a period ot readjustment. No reverence (or traditions of the [last should bllnU us to llie fact ihal the nineteenth century anil ualls Itirnely pav for thomsclves. Klctuenlary bulidlogs nmv ereated of flC.OOU rjer room. A 24-roouiwl school irllh v land- anl seating capacity of 9GO would cost K Instead, we erect a 2P- roomed school nl a cost ot within auditorium and at a. cost of exactly as many lla cad be housed and for tho addition- al there are the added facilit- ies. ilMost of us now realize Uiat It Is absurd lo ex pact a teacher to give efficient Instruction In tea or more dlf- jj, .j NO RE-HEARING ON ANTI- v STRIKE LEGISLATION WASHINGTON'. Oct. By v unanimous vote (ho senate In- terstatu commerce- conimllteo refused to prant tho request or v representatives ot tbc railroad brotherhoods (hat hearings bo re-opened on (he -anti-strike provision o( Ibe railroad bill ferent declared Dr. C. E- Chadspy, of Detroit. "A teachtr who specializes Is sure to render bellcr service. The- platoon iiroRrammo car- ries (lenarliDcntHliialUm tu Us logical conclusion. Tho loacher of the reg- ular room becomes a. specialist la Uji traditional subjects, wbllo each special room la in tbe bauds ot a teacher vim Is a Bpedalist In ber particular cnuipiuent cannot iiiepl iho tho committee recently v E.A. JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union-Bank BUY NEW CHINA We invite ladies' to look over an exceptionally fine assortment of Limoges, High Grade Nipon, CrovvTi Derby, Plain and Hand Painted in Dinner Sets and Odd Pieces. R A. Wright THE CITVS LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE BLOCK, BUY VICTORY BONDS lional demands of iho twentieth cen- tury. We must have a modem school plant, not merely four walla enclos- es a unmber of out a plant iivhlcn shall met-t the physical and I social as well us the intellectual needs of the children. We must have a modern iirogriuiime uf A Pupil's "Platoon" Day Much the superintendent and his ealhualnsiic listeners said about i the new school era which must come. JXot only did they but very they "did" Riid the result was thp evolution of the "platoon" or "du- plicate school" form of organization. Now. in maay and increasingly more of Ibe scaools of ins pupil's courses he follows his daily program in a platoon school U about like this: At S.30 o'clock he begins his day's in a regular room, where for an V" Ocl 31__The 13ih fundamental school subjects. At Jdi'an -Machine Gun Brigade with he Passes to the literature training establishment of -10 oificers room whero lie spends a lialf hour and 432 other ranks, and 7'_> Vfckcrs lLc of a specIaUL-iii guns, vrlll be organized. wiili bead- t-iiBliah. At 10.30 he finds himself in quarters in Edmonton, in the near tu- lhe Prninasium or on the ture as a udit ol the aclivc militia 30 minutes eh Indulges in, Canada. The brigade will consist ol formal physical work or sames. all. a headquarters and three other lhc direction ot a trained one oi which will be recruhed Islructor. 11 he goes to tbe In Edmonton and oce in Medicine jloriuiu, -where under skilled direction. he spends a half hour, irhlcti leaves' Lieut.-Cou- W. K. Walker stimulated and eager for M.C., assistant director oC tbe'raachme 'MQrk- Tnc briet tlme which pin service, of Caaada, made the above ihe remains In the auditorium brings announcement in Calgary yesterday, to the a variety of eiperlence. after a conlercnce with Drlk.-Geu., H. He may sec a film or series of sterop- reported to the senate. P.- MeDonaWj, C.M.G., D.S.O-, comman- rtcr'of 13. A number of re turned'machine gun o'ficers were pres- at headquarters yes- 'tefday- alterhobri at which the details of the new organization ol lhe MR- chiHC Gun Corps of Canada were out- I'ned by Col. Walker. Lieut.-CoJ. C. M. D.S.O., M.G., commander of (he 4th Canadian ..Machine Gun Jjal- lalion overseas, and Major W. B. Fos- ter, M.C-, were among the olticcrs who attended. APINCH PURE SALT GROCERIES SATURDAY SPECIALS We have all kinds of Biscuits, mixed, per Ib. .3Sc Lux, 2 pkgs. for......................... 25c Chase Santorn Coffee, per Ib.............OOc Puffed Wheal.. pei No, 1 Dairy Better, per Ib.................SOc tlcon views which related lo his les- sons In geography; he may Join in group singing or lake part in tala; he rnr.y see or participate in a dramatteaMon of a familiar scene from his reading or language lessons; lell hear others tell stories; hear an energaLic talk, on i brill, safety swatting the liygiene or some one of Ibo huodredg of jiuhlic talfts. At 11.30 o'clock the pupil has a. noon recess of one hour. At 12.30 ho Is tack in his regular room, where he works on academic school subjects for an hour ami a half. AL 2.00 he goes lo thu studio for half hours study ol art. At 2.30 we find him In (he penmanship room or possibly as an alternative to the gymnasium instead for a second period ot physical wort. Thus cods a day which has Us full measure of hard wort; n day idled with a variety of experiences -which develop the child Intellectually, physically, so- cially and spiritually. Cheaper in the End any fear that this programme provides Tar loo ranch play, and loo liltlc work, it should te noted that Ihc new programme In no way min- inilzea ihe Importance of lhc funda- mentals. The platoon day is six hours IOCE acainst llie five-hour day ol lhe regular system. With the platoon school, the gymnasium and auditorium arc not luxuries, but an Integral part of Ihu school plant, and together (ake care of ICO children hour of the day- They are equivalent lo a four- BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM US AND SAVE MONEY TO BUY VICTORY BONDS. BING WO NO 320 THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 1872 It Stomach Acidity.. Pre- venla Food Feirnenlayon, Sour, Gassy Stomach And Acid Indigestion, Doubllcfs ff you arc a sufferer from indfpeslion, you nave al.'cady pepslc, Ijlsmulh. soda, charcoal, drugs and various digestive aids and you fcnow these things -will not euro your some cases do not even give relief. Hut before giving up hope and de- ciding you are a chronic ry.fpeptic Jusl try the a Htllc blsural- crt not lhe ordinary com- mercial carbonate, dlralo, oii'Jo or ml1fc, bul thn pure blsuratetl magnesia I you can oblalrv from practically any druggta! in either powdered or tablet form, Take a teaspoonful of the powder or two compressed inblcts with a llltle water after your next meal, and ECC what R difference (his makes. It will instantly ncuaraHzc tlio ty.pjgerous, .harmful acid in the stomach which now causes your food lo ferment and I sour, mating pan, wind, flatulence and the bloalr-d or htavy lumpy feeling Jhat HteniR lo follow j most overylhJnp You will find (hat provided you tak a bUuralerl magnesia Immcd i lately aflor a meal, you can'cal al moat anything and cnjcy H WltTiou any danRer of pain or illrcomfort l< follow and moreover, lhc tontinuer of Ilic Msuratefl maRnesIa cannoi Injure lhe tlomach In any way P Inng as Ihcrc arc iifty fjtiifilams oi add Harry BrooVs and Percy Shields, miners, 'ivcro droivned In Kcnogami -aXts. AVill'c Fraser. Qodcricli, had his ollar-bonc broken when the automo- )ile he was driving lurlle. Patrolman H. Harris, Sarola, -who an Biispcnderl owing to a dispute vith a business man, has resigned.. Lcok at Tongue! Remove Poisons From Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Drig.-Gen. 'II. A. Planet will go to