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NEWS FROM THE DAY SCHOOLS Mr. and Mrs. Moore are temporary employes at No. 19, Mrs. Watkins and Miss Palmer having resigned. Mr. Clarence Three Star's pupils will give a dumb bell exercise during the evening of the pupils entertain ment at the Institute. Nos. 9 and 10 schoolhouses have been kalsomined and painted inside under the supervision of the day school carpenter and painter. Two of the most imortant subjects to the Day School Employes that should come before the Institute are, (1) the necessity of teachers making daily preparation for their work and, (2) the cooperation of employes with pupils in their play. How may this best be done? Hyloplate blackboards will be pot in the following schools Nos. 20, 21, 14 and 22 in Pass Creek District Nos. 23 and 18 in Medicine Root District Nos. 7 and 9 in Wounded Knee District and No. 5 in White Clay District. Most of these schools were replastered last Fall. ERADICATING TRACHOMA. AT the last session of Congress there was appropriated, in a sepa rate Act, $12,000 for the invests gation, treatment, and prevention of trachoma among the Indians. This appropriation was made on account of „the recent discovery by special agents of the Indian Office of the existence of this dte* THE OGLALA LIGHT. ease in the Southwest in a very marked and dangerous degree. It exists especially among the In dians of Southwest Arizona, the Pima, Papago and Yuma In dians suffering from this eye dis ease to a very great extent. The disease has spread to one or two of the large schools in those dis tricts. The disastrous results can be imagined when it has af fected any considerable number of students in a large school- Trachoma is very contagious, and, unless it is checked, ulti mately leads to a very serious defect of the sight. It is espe cially gratifying that this appro priation is available for this pur pose and undoubtedly much good will result therefrom. Continued from page 11. worry about a raise in salary. It will come quickly enough. Every man, 'barring accident, eventually gets out of his work or business just what he put into it. The boy, man, or woman, who is afraid of hard work, who does not show an interest in his or her work, who does not give at least all his time, thought and labor for which hfe is paid, to his employer, can never expect ad vancement and can be written down in the book of life as a failure ...