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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WOMEN of 'THE WORLD- TEACHERS WANT GOOD CONDITIONS, NOT MORE MONEY A Woman School Teacher Says That Salaries arc High Enough. RURAL PREMISES NEED IMPROVING' Better Equipment and Buildings and Better Housing for Teachers Required. it * e.U' Wnnt 4>oo ('oM, areor .U:i lt t--� tin1 season,! f .��.�stain for* 1�p;*ic ";io i;nittor."�( she i* aorord.^l the f>rivilt\l-r> of fin�I-W'hcii t'Jtnp-* liavp ti.Tu very, very | irp sotivtMnsr she w\\X like hotter. .-IK' -Ml . p. * i 111'- * been'*o instinct to tiicm any I T f-pc: T".ra! :*y A WOMAN TKACHKH. 1 i'-a ITS .he prer?. i }: \v)-r.*. do The trach.c:** �a> ' j f*;c T'.-e t-'arriert nan with p. | j,,-* support is j'.istit'if -ot her ir^inhcr^ \>t the fa fiuploye 1 irt vocnti-T.!' t?ia L'li^tr hours an-1 lu-hcr in th see that the toaclirr Lnsi a t- j h,i>ait*. *iiat sl;e is t.ik^n to ami from i, J the school on had H.iys tliat she pets SAVING MILLIONS FROM GARBAGE Grease and Other Valuable Materials arc Secured in Huge Qu\nlities. hoi'l a:ii \v i I! i :i c 1 y t*� rhuri-h r>iir',ila: r.y. oi'I'iff.lriity t.-i loavo tli^ i'asin!;a!!y. Ttie>' do rot to sv.-.^p :x .iiiar.tity tv' oft of tin% rohni'Iroon; the a? 1 have i offi � TV from aro : rail for pay than toachpr. ronds all ilrcPF. no salary would h to sratify l'.cr tastes. T to-i!a>" not noliMi A p.; -rarer al pi: a now spai'or :. n;a 1'. r \\ n i fl.hoo.l nr. 1 \i' I a'f !� a,�hrr for the r\z� of iier ban � rt'a^ive trips, tiiiltil-c" .�i:nls in v.hloh tti� :iei'a'.!r aco wouhl ! ifi'i'jnt. Kx-:;c03 of various : toa^iier oi' a J ave thoi'.Kht it : ;!i t!.�r t.rofoJ.'lon to partake. '.1 can n iall on th.o salary f tl!� teacher r.f to-,!ay. that uuif" ifhii.^: iiooplr t�.i pronofnee tho � ...-livr n:i.1-rpaid. '.nc v a;.pli t> a I - t I wi'.i'i ! ! littlo flat. 1 em ployi ri ir \:M  : ip.y last Now liy ,i; th.f \ario: ;ome in a j am*; j ;i ml x\ hen - j opport n n 11 \- j m y powers 1 -er,:-'? teae; U of steady j open I | uhen nerves are tired ! he:* -I'iraiitr has been 1 owe re | teaohimr in a poor ntmosphm ! , Komfort, NeracaiT, I.axilot, Seldom ilnn, O'ood Kest, No-Care, K-Z-Kawr. While-Away, l.eakyroof. Jtul't'.ni- I ' ready, We-aint't-here-to-work, and lint tho campers were id when red by e all -asure ln-ca k ; . In warm a t ;i the matter d. serves eareftd consideration, not only from mvmieipalities , and small communities, hut from homes and individuals. s lines a ofwspap' er.-ase,i on :at t I ae.i ro" eon'.'-itif.-f i Tens J P'lt such .= -e'.ions are hetween. I:: .1 section ~ a s.tla."\' or j per ^ e* f-r fi%e il:i}'s ! 1' !."-s tifl.t s:.T l.oir'v erf':, she l'; ! i.had'o* paid us re/ coes. ^ * :, 1 if t-i.e ir.akes no farther use of i :.e ho-trs at her disposal, and spends ( iVt ti:at slt� makes and even calls on | fc e people at home for more, as [ ^ t 1 0 kno'a'n *oine tea^liers ;o d*.i. | is tip; to consider ?:erse:f tinder- j -aid. I liitrh-Falarif strnoirt .udo-rs. if trses , -.t:d muttitton workers are tho only i lotiten 1% ho rteelve more money | Fchool teachers, and thfir hours f :e much longer. ! Tlt^ only teacher v- horn ,1 ha\ e ' le.ard talktnp about beir.jc uiiditr- i -aiil during tho past twelve month;. | .nd I rid in contact with teachers | ii tii� time, was one vvitu had heett 1 n the profession for lj years, and J  ho Is a failute. She wanted to : eettre an advance on the salary of . lie tep.cher whom she succeed* d. be-ore assuming lier duties at all. Now hat the end of her year has com** h* la interested In the page devoted 0 "Teachers Wanted." " But while I have r.ot heard * acher cay that Bhe ou?ht to be ettlnp more money. I liave heard lanr teaehers speak In utuiuallfled iirm� of tldnes that should he done ir teachers In order to make It pos-Ible for them to earn tho salary hey do receive In a manner satis-jetory from every standpoint. I can appreciate to the full the ttitudo of the teacher who motored em her home town, Inspected the jhool and said: "I won't teach tere:'* I admire her spunk, and �hen what she" did becomes Kencf-t liy known, not a teacher will f: > fcpplaud l.t.r action. Take my own experience. Think j unfit for wheeling, hy reaiton of the i f appearing ns teacher at tho door 1 wet. or the snow that bloc Its that j road very badly In winter, she will , lotiel.n he"!, and 1 nt if->s ho in in-r tf-itse. H� r than tv\ o month Ic is no use to say that a. teacher hould have more spunk. It dues no uo.mI to urjre ti-adier^ to h iv... more ( Packt-one. it will liot remedy nut-; t-r* to tell teaebera of tb- snbllni' - and utdift'.i-.i; callmiT of wlib-ii they it.ave bec-iine followers. ; Teu'to^rn ther- must h,- and t* Qeh-1 ei's th-Tc will t-e. Itnt v-'tieth.-r tite 1 t. 1 fi 1.-rs nr.. '..-ojntr to view tlte land I md then ri'i'iine io till it, or whether ' ttli " If itiiliu- to put Up Wit'.t c,.tul|- tioi-i is ttu-\' :-te to he iound m most i rural -o'oooN, tor a couple >t.-Hrs. :e.-e every farmer ,nrt ,(,.,, i�av,, tne prof.-?-,on for the -women ran 1 aoTto'hitf-- h.-t'.'-r. 1 einilr..� ft.r tin . ,..c most tA- Minister of IMifAtion in Ontario to 'rota ti'.t. -were me had >': i r. ^ out  situate-1 eat hank r stable.!, beautiful EOeir fe'r farmer ] Hn'rt' nt is lar^e, but only tte how lat'jre. 'J'it'tc . for rxamplc, where just been taken up. ".- to. i.Ulr Pftl: iiit^ the pr im,- in:iiro\ ly say th-.-tat ds. is en f' d. eiliTS ut.prov Slav The ft 1,111 N'n t Ihe colldu tllH pi lili'Ut t fid f auKht nc to ideal.-. \V tile i.'tuie. tio-y say, Ti.ey do not see that v\ liile the 11 ark o( prosress 1-j s'.ai..v>"d everythint: else in the neit,-hbot liood the fidioo! ft ot* 1 e*;euda Hons that lnlpht l.o applied to th irnpfot. eti'.ent of the t^ctiool. [ .tin J afraid he would he appalled at the readinir matte: that would tu piled upon hitu But tlie appetiraiice and equipment . Itrt" of the sehools are (ody two of the j u'1 maiiy things to wlii-h t.-acliers oh- j l>r that J could not afford to pick I room. Tho meals a4 chaste. And. btsidta, 1 uiltflU i wliltout coauultin have to make the t ,co mile'.- on foot, often breaking the road, tin she j :itru;r(;les. up to h.r knees, through j the drifts. j Poor Meals and Room | OI'I.U a factory t;irl do that I daily? Not any factory uirl of my acyualntanee, *lintl 1 know several Mcore of them. Hut there ato hundreds of school teachers who do it every winter in the Province of Ontario. "Well, it don't hurt them!" says some clever trustee, speaking out of his recollections of the teachers who have done it for years Avlthlu his ken. "It will make them all the HtroiiKer!" he continues fac'tlou.-l.v. l.'oea it nor. hurt teachers to undergo ftfh ovpo.'iure'.' 1 know frotn experience that if. does hurt them. I could cite c;i es of teachers, who had to make that sort of striu/i;le for several years, played out by it. I could tell of a schoolmate who is enteriitu 011 tlie third year of an 011-ed re: 1 after a winter spent In fori struKKliiitr throu;;h Just such conditions, combined with a smoky, badly-heated schoolroom, and a heatless loom at her boardinfe'-house. If tlio teacher is allowed to board in the neiKliborhooa), nho mint take what nho Is fiven in tho shape of a re usually served Iter tastes. If she The population up to this year of the L". S. Capital, was. around. 3.".0,'*'00 -about 150.i""1 less than Toronto's. Yet thei Barb.tst passing by had oft remarked that, "those city people sure do have a soft snap." fin tills particular August day whioi,.ismcs aiti.i: s.\i:rn. fpilIH was a decided favorite in colonial days. Over n .sufficient quantity of pared and cored applet* pour enough boiling water 10 cover, and simmer until the fruit begins to sol'ten. Meanwhile, cool; the same amount of molasses as water used on the apples and allow a teaspoon-ful of butter for each cupful of molasses and simmer gently until quite (hick. Till:; is excellent served In deep cancers, with a llttlu cream poured over each portion. 11Q 1 co ther stcktln, Toronto, now in lOnglSBO. for av swater defining the food regulations at public eating Places in th* Mother Country.' Tho poster is bung up In hotels and rrataurautf, atid It reads aia fo41ov\s: food op.nrcir. Warnlne of liability to hoavjr flaci under the public deals order. v The manaiferess of ft lirlghtorj tiotal y y was reccutly Jiticd,'f 170 for Mipplylost food In �ae�M (if thu prencrlSied allowances �Otcifled lu the |fi\dl� meals order. Will visitors In this establishment pb-ase remember tha* the manago* mctit have no option but to conform to the Ministry's food regulations'.- The principal food restrictions affecting residents in litis establish-, ment are: J. No meat, ham, bacon, or sausages may he served at breakfast. A maximum of three ounces of meat only may be served for lunch and dinner, except on Wednesdays and Fridays, which are two compulsory meatless days. (The threo ounces is the weight of the meat uncooked. Including bone.) ::. Total amount of sugar for cook-  Ing Is two ounces per head per week. Maximum amount of sugar allowed to residents for nwectenltig purpose* Is six ounces per week (provided they latlsfy tho management that no sugar ration for any week during their residence has been obtained from other sources in respect of tbeuiselvca). Kealdcntn for los than four days must provide, ilnlr own sugar for sweetening: purposes. I. Milk, as a beverage, may only bo supplied to children under ten and invalids on 11 doctor's certificate. .*i, llrcad, including, biscuits, cake.0, itc.; HreakfiiBt. 3 ounces; lunch, ounces; afternoon tea, J. 1-2 ounces; dinner, "> ounces. 1;. Hiittm, margarine, fat. Including that used for cooking, 1 1-4 ounces daily. 7. Flour, two ounce* dally. x. tluests of residents and chance customers for meals must supply their own sugar tor sweotenlng pur� poses. ;i. "Ilesldents" means persons rtr> siding in tho establishment for foil/," days or over, and includes visitors, management, and staff. o cool. I'l.AIN AIM'I.K SAliCE WITH HAItilKM. m^Ll-lCT tart, Juicy apples and peel llioin tiilnly. This is a matter of Koine, importance, for It Is claimed that much of the delicious fruit flavor Ilea directly under the skin. Cut tlie apples In hIIccs and pour over thent Just enough unfermeiiled grape Jtilco to keep tnem from burniiiK. Add a largo handful of raisins, a bit of stick cinnamon and a llttlu grated billion poo). Simmer gently until thu slices are transparent, then lift them out, add a very littlo sugar and cook down the syrup until thick. Pour over the fruit and set la a void "lave, ;