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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ..TOESDAY, APRIL 27, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY N TORONTO LEAFS IN TRAINING AT COLUMBUS, Proyince Divided Into Thrw Dl visions for Teacher.Train- j ing Purposes Minister of Education an- that with tho establishing ot V tblrt Normal School in the province It hai becomo necessary to define very definitely tho from which each school will draw ttx students. The Mw institution at Edmonton will, for the present, be housed In temporary quarters and the accommodation aud arrangements Will fee subject to cer tain limitations. The .new Calgary s schoW 'will not be ready for a yea or eo, 'In order to secure the mail inum'ot service from the threo schools ps established, it Is necessary to lay 'down1 clearly defined bouDdarles for 'each.i three centres, Edmonton, -_. Cam rose a'n'd Calgary, courses wlllibe 'ilveri tor Soth first nnd second'class V: .teachers. V Edmonton field will Include ILo .city of Edmonton and all 'that part ol 'the'pro-vince lying north and ot tho Saskatchewan river. -r'Thd Cam rose field, will take .In] all j that of the province lyjng south of the Saskatchewan river and north of township 25. territory will'include south of township 2C: ,lii applying for admission to one o! the. Normal Schools applicants should Indicate tho location of their home. (From Our April f. S. Letting well, M.P.P., is back from, Edmonton. C. Shapp has returned to Vi'anie with his outfit, and is getting ready 1 lor spring work. He baa spent th winter in the north country threshing Veto. V Several ..Wanierites went to Swce 'Grass last Wednesday to take in th celebration of. the now hole there.1 Stanley Boyle, the popular agent ANOTHER "STRIKE" AT H. C. CHICAGO, April "ccl.ar :v shiri. 'uliuM'ftt are paying their olil home town a visit Mr. Sewalt is also tending to some business herei" Tfi'eir ioany friends are gluij to see then tecs, il uy nabeiju.aeri si-.u -iuiiarj- .Mr. and Mrs. Parkinson and lam.ly returned home yesterday after spend- ing the winter in MagiatU. The blisses have gone out to take thoir schools, one took Prospy (From Our Own ETZIKOM, April Tarltc re- turned home last rJght alter spending the week Lethoridge. The dance held in the hall last Fri- day night was certainly a success. kV large crowd turned out despite' th.9 rain. The tousle furnished by Mrs. Anderson. Mr.'.McKenzlo and -Mr. And erson was iplendid. ilr. and ilre. B. Se-wall and Bobbie school aud tho other DomdaSe scuool. i hoihe. Mre. Crawford's children and grand-' children all gathered at her home here ta town Suntlay. Ilav.ug tho regular family reunion, Sunday being Mrs. Craft-ford's birthday. Mrs. Sam Ilobluson, nee Miss Ella days, was .iU_.-- j ..si-ay ten tUuusuiid adhLrtnts law The sttliers wlji ahlrU and their wasalug 'will ba Ouni M Riley has returned boms after visiting in Saskatchewan for s week. Mr. Young, one ot our old timers, is in town for a few days. Sir. Young a store at Coaldale now, Is a busy little towi these days.' i- Mr. Elmer Garrison baa returned home again after spending months in Saskatchewan. Mrs. tiodder was taken to tie Letii- bridge hospital last Wednesday 'mom- Ing, eho la in a very sickly condition Lett to right: O'rlourke, shortstop with Blnfihampton last year; a catcher, whom tbe Boston Braves 1 turned over to the leafs; Manager Duffy, Md EUdte Onslow, the beat first baseman in the International League] last leaion. the O.P.R. depot, aas left for a month's number beine G. Gruenwald, C. Troidl holiday. Mr. Briggs has taken his place, and Is moving his family hera for the time. (Mr. Nerrton and family have return- ed to tbe old Merlthew place having spent Hie Oregon, and they are preparing to put in a big crop. Messrs.: Bryan and Moore have also returned from Montana, and will en- deavor to get a large acreage undsr crop on the old Mason place. T. M. Wllliatns leit for Oalgary on business on Fridajv J. aeTerftd'his connec-, tion vith the Bank-of Commerce and is entering a more lucrative- and con genial field. Owing to tire continued scarcity of feed a number of local tanners are investing th light tracton, among the and S. Millhaem. Dr. Tenney has also purchased-two tractors. W. Shllllnston has returned to rwn, having been In east for mveral months. The re'gnlir meeting' of the Warner branch Women's Institute was ,held at the home of Mrs. P. ii. Shepard. Although it was a cold rainy' day, twenty-one members and nine.visitors attended. A very good meeting was held, with several jects given by different members. Mrs. Grady had a good paper on 'banking and Mrs. "Morton gave an humorous reading. Several others on tho pro- gram were unable to attend: A delici- ous lunch was served by' the lioeteiss, after -which the meeting adjourned; to meet with Mrs. Grunvfald and- Mrs: Kolegreff in May. i Calgary Is responsible for his present! mental condition! It irill sera like boyhood days to many a cbap to get into a pair of overalls. But 'really they ought to I be patched to give them the proper! localfoolor. Preferencia QUALITY Canada's Most Popular Cigar Ton can't reconcile a (30 silk shirt with a }3 pair of overalls. THE DEACOM SAYS when you get -cllglon H's sign tUat yOii'ye BOt to Iwk like a funeral, hearee. and QO.OD NEWS FROM -LONELY -j .VALLEY of this g.f.j. In DMly., ,Valley writes "If. has now been some lime since vrtu I I ill to the .paper, so'if you wll your good paper- .wiirtelf you thai we people nro slil Years pf Easy Riding Many a bright, shiny-looking bicycle gay deceiver! It is merely built to In'a few short months it becomes a looking object that runs as hard as it looks; On the other hand, C. C. M. Bicycles re- tain their looks and. continue to run easily for years and years. Many in use for 10 to 20 years are still running well. C. C. M. Bicycles depreciate mpre slowly than ordinary bicycles because''they .are made of better materials. For example, C. C. M. caae-hardene'd bearings are so hard a file cannot cut them. That is an assurance of extra long years of easy running. C. C. M. smooth, highly-polished nickel- ling over rust-proof copper and C. C. M; brilliant, waterproof, triple enamelling. mean a sparkling, bright finish with years of dur- ability, When you decide to .buy a new mode! you-cin obtain a good allowance for .y'onr..sued .C.C.M. This ytayssmodelj Jure the new Hercules Positive Drive Coaster Brake without a tide ana. Set them at your local dtalei'f. LIGHTS SHADOWS By F. C S. ODDS AND ENDS A force of men will -be requir- ed to enforce the .peace' Turkey. TVonder It she'll surriro' un- 11 Thanksgiving Day. Uyod George, has been accused of ovary conceivable crime and 'ore, Tvas quite prepared for the lie I of the Cork jury that decided he was guilty of murder. i Kapp, the leader of Ihe latest Ger- man revolution, is behind the bars That's one, time the Kapp didn't There Is yet hope when a paper like the Calgary Herald confesseo tjiat Cal gary'a reported surplus was just ai attempt at "kidding." De Valera must have Local Distributors Western Canada Hardware Co. ;