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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920 Dr. Black Submlfs Report Show-i boaoTOrt a toiiarv, no: .Muse ilier oftie no affort. Iml to ing beason ery balls- 11 ,U30 nOTer 10 factory The principal aitn ol '.he uifiJit school claw was lo leach Ihuui how ftio report of SuperiDtemSsnt Ksck to en the wortdnE of the uisM schools. Hoiaewort sssigned at the which have now dlst-ontfciued for j school was done at tiie Er'xht class Ihe -season -was submitted to the i under superrUiotu special Instruction! School Board at the mwJcg on was Elton In arithmetic. E day adopted. I ilvh-s anil current events. :i var- i In his report lie Suporfateadeot' ol it was thought wi-it-1 W. F. COCKf.HUTT Of flniniford, who also has ehown stated that the enrolmvct ss (ol-j10 disccntiuua the classes at the end i of a to Bee the purchas- tows Brizllsh tor adults at St. Basil's Gen. Elementary Course iu St. Basil's ins proposal defeated. iof January, but they had already large- ly served their purpose. .Much of the_____________ 7 I helplessness hi-the relation to indc- had been removed, ami have 'covered so much ground in the the Principal Mr. Davidson. !s of the length of time. opinion that seroMj-tire per cent, or j Shop Formulie ToUl........... .........031 more ot these ptrplls will arer-' Considerable attention was given to Knglish for Orientals r.t Higti I aP> high school by the ibe exphiuatloa- and application of School............ j I end of Tbat will mean a larger shop formulae used by students in Shop and Physics at I attendance year In the hijb their ordinary avocations. The men High 9 school and for the elementary schools, are miners, electricians, polemen. line- 11 elioilnation of erpenditures run-j nien and other telephone mechanics jiractical jivijrk. Inti'.udloe-eapiKiri of steles Bud the different meth- ods tipVar eitrac- tlon.' After wbrk'Jn- eluding. PhjTilcsi aod MaiUimatiid tln. the. la the FlW Bijsf Clews were taken, over entirely by Mr, iXinaldioiv. met 'at St. Uasil's school Jor weekly. The Jert In audther year for should the begin- nine ol and should fur ell months. tv'o nljttU -The fti8i ch'wfctd been UO.CO per pupil.' clafa has been very small this year but beginning hid lo be made, and the consequence has been a good beginning. T5ie proba- bility Is that a cunsiderably larger chtss wUl present iiself.iieit, antuion. It is probable'also (bat there will be a ilemend for class lor pit bosses also. This season's" experience should lie of- considerable, in arranging thfi night school work for neit term. Good work'hae been done but with a prompt start twit lall the results should bo itill. better .and the macagement more businesslike and'officient. People's Forum _J STREET CAR5i LET US IN- THE Ave Alia. April' Editor Herald Herald v'. yesterdai states. "No question iu Municipal IJtlcs for, e long stirrcl up the some amount ot. interest general-! If, I If Ibis is to, please accept a for lhe> blaa to bo kept out of the puu- llpdtlon of the A, letter from; a correspondent. at .Trovers recently; complafuciT very bitterly nl tha uiis- leading tendency of statements iu Fira Bosses Course at School Retarded Grade V1I1 pupils at Cen- IU'OK (oto four lljurfs. 'More Impon- traJ School...............32 j ant stUl. a considerable number at dis-1 Total Total The t Tuition Expentes Jor tuition has been as Sir. Cra-ivford. InElructor in Physics, evenings at Mr. Martin. Instructor ini.Mathu- tnatlcs, twenty evenings, at Sir. Donaldson. Instructor in tvren'.y and one-half evenings nt 35.00. iliss Bnsli eveni Miss thirty-s: Mr. Bruce, Prin. at Bt. liasll's. carpenters. Mr. Donaldson has taught five liulC ___ couraged children been givmi evenings (one hour) and eighteen new'hope and and the (whole evenings, saving a-year's lime lias been cf-i Adult Class .fectetl in completing .iheir public In the ailtil class cmiducied by Mies school course. The nishl school class-1 Koy ;it St. Dasll's Hie" main 'es played an Imporiant part ia produc-jio impart a working knowledge of the iag these much to be desired results. English language, r'or n toritf period This year it was to the beginDing .of the terms an at- ai this particular class to Central School i temin was made to group these stu- f so 00 overage pupils, but nest Autumn it dents with others iri a general ele- I shculd oo iwsslble to give similar help 1 class, but this was not found to overage students irrespective of the i to be practicable. Classes of sort 100.00 j day sdiool in which they may chRace i fill a very real need in a community tu be enrolled. s jsucli as anil posaible ef- .Englith For Orientals I fort should be mode 10 greatly iu- TwelTe.yollM chinamen town the number of rios-Bnglish MISSIONARY HONORED OTTAWA, April C. V. Bales, of Tokio. who here visiting his.mother, (oday notified by cable thai he had been elected head of the Union" Methodist College of Kobe, Japan, oil tlie Urst ballot, for some years he, hap been special repre- sentative of the Epworih League of the Ottawa district in the Japan mis- sion fields. Jinny rurnars.have gone the regarding' the salary of J. Harry Flynh, President of the United .Veter- ans' League, The statements regard- ing his salary have varied froro to At Ottaiva Mr..Flynri was asked what.compensation ho received for his activities, lie replied: "I re- ceive per month as chief organ- izer of the United Leogue." I shifts in their ordinary vocations. On thirty-eight evenings at Ji.OO whole..hovfever, the results have Sir. J. A. Davidson, Retarded Gr, V1I1'Class, evenings at 13.50 SS.OO Total A hundred per cent, attendance was registered in some cases, and- in others, in the opinion of the teachers 5n charge, the attendance -was. nearly perfect'as circumstances wotuM' per- How lo Study Generally speaking paptls receiT- !ng instruction m tha day schools are not elllglble {or admisikm to night school classes. workad out an iooovatioa thH year by estab- llsblns evening chee consisting almost entirely ol overage pupils -who are doing the work ot Grades VII and VHt in a single year. AVhile some of tlieso pupils had in their studies for in nuy way upon .either, them or teachers, Jufllco' many cannot for various reasons (h In Vma tiers out for thcm- Belves. 1 submit .that the beaming suggests to hundreds of read- that an amount.of per ainuni, will have fu be found from spine other the street air .service is discontinued. I'm notifor a moment dictating head- lines, tut, the (mill that we expected .to sefi-cphdensed Into these large let- "Tho street, cars cost us f39.OQO.00 y year, whether ivo.rim Ihoia or how much loss on top ot that Is north fads as they stand 'revealed by Commissioner Freeman appear to be: 1. The street car system for about four years' operation has cost the City to Ihe end of apart from the capilal expenditure. 'Ac average per annum. 2.; The total loss annually has risen finite Instruction was also given spelling current events, civics, gram- mar, and composition. Mr. Martin is of .the opinion that next year a clays of this .sort_cquid be developed at Hnrdievilie. For FJrc .Bosses .Mr. Donaldson has conducted special course for '.ire bosses in pre paratlon for the annual examinations conducted in April, by, officials of the provincial government. In this Donaldson covered the usual topics. It includes ft study of the theory and use of scien- the common rules in arithmetic, to- tilic instruments used in coal mining, gether with fractions and decimals suqh as tho barometer, thermometer, (terminating and recurring) and stu- hygrometer, anemometer, waterguage, died .short methods 3n multiplication and division of decimals as well .as practical geometry and mensuration, treated both arithmetically and alge- braically. In algebra proper the work covered simple rules, factoring, frac- square .and cube root, simple equations and quadratics -worked by factoring. The was was adapts! as a? pns- si'olu to the: perils and capacities of adults by desirer and f course no class of or- and vacuum hottle sampling the principle of Kiirralt gas detector; theory and practice of inlne pumping; gases usually met-with in mines (car- bon monoxide, carbon dioxide, iniretted hydrogen ventlla; lion, its control .and by force exhaust- systems; .-shot 'fir-1 ins a) snfety fuse and squibs; haulage' aiid transporta: tion by rope-haulage and stor- age battery (electric ____ modes of working long wall, dinary scSobl children could possibly "sloop and TO GET NEW APPOINTMENT H6v. IJr. of SI. Andrew's Church, Toronto, who IB reported to. have ;.becn offered tho Strathc'oaa chair of practical theology In Use'Presbyterian I account, without "which. cannot !orm au jntelligeal silun- I r.nd 1 also trust: thv tlaa will be kept out of all public statements from '.luihorltatlve or-Influent Sal sources. It 5eads to vrnms wuclvetons conceru- iug and IhinifV ,V 1 Xho public ie aware In a dim, sort of way that there Is much tliut is indirectly connected irith the stree: lars affecting profit an4 loss. U Is uuesttonable hpiyercr, -whether thi> I 'Adverlisuis Ii. worth'any- thing: To ruin street a Ipss for advertisement, nwy advertise Ihe i-ily In (he wroUB way. J th.lnk It is uri- sound polity, .A merchant, wouldn't fell u comniodily at a loa.8 (even fugsr) to sdvvrllsa at any rate, It would as wheh the truth oune put that he was iu such u difficult situation that lie i couldn't help himself. Ve might try VselllttS and lieht at a loss with 'I the same idrj, ho-i- stxjD pub- lic service bccoines foolish- i UGSS. .It is not for us to sell tho street cars in order to advertise our (Sty at reirograjllng. "Retro" Is tbe only kind c< grading one can observe in our streets, with tbe accent on (ho subiray, and ttetii bo B stroiiB .attraction, 'towardi' paved nnd steadily year by year unlil in 191S1 it was 50 per than in 1316. .3." Although-'Uie loss grows heavier .year by.ymjiM the revenue has at !hs trdufer.-companies-t It the referendum tfcatXr. 'Preeman Joreshadows It is" Ho be hoped th'af'flie' figures'will clear to' the public beforehand.''7'Able andv Honest accountancy :baE 'uvor'e lo con tribute''to ttits at first There1 Is1 no Tiount'thnt ..s four Uiuebceji.increasing. We wlth-peru'aps more'16 come, not miss'the ..significance of this. HOW much more; vdepende upon the me-ius'ihat further'inpreosed revenue (It we -areibicssed with this) holds no jiromlee pi palvatioii, 4. RevetitiifMii 1919 shows ail In- crease "over'the' firSt year by nearly nor. centj'Loss Inl'W shows an In- crease Ihe first year of 41 per This lo-really ajslsl in imtkjng should contem- plato I trust JJt'.-Frcenian is going to give us the details his- r'Piied Churgea'' action tnke'n at present whilst the sub- ject'. Is'-being Thanking you (br-spnje, v Ypurs Iruly. Jl. G. Straker. (Editor's Intention t6 be- cloud the issue with. :'a misleading headline was Intended. Prom what wo could make out'of the table submit- ted by Commissioner, freeman, the coat of the system would still be about annually even, if that ptirt of tha system which- could be sold wofc disposed of.) 322 FIFTH STREET' SOUTH THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT "RAINBURY A Registered Name, the property of the Fashion-Craft Mfrs., Ltd., who specially feature their elegant line of this shower-proof Coat. Made from Scotch and English Tweeds and Home- spuns. Suitable for Pedestrians and for' Motorists, A dual coat for all kimjs of Weather. Moderately Priced. Sold hy'800 nierclinnta throughout Cana'dn, We are Offering Meft's Light Spring Tweed Up-to-date models and stylish patterns. The kisd you've always wanted. Worth up to suid To.clear V'i Suits Tweeds and Worsteds Good honest values. Worth up to If we have your have a bargain. While, they less than present wholesale prices. To clear We carry at all times full qnd compleleilines of Clothing and Furnishings for Men and (n up-to-the-minute at right prices. LOUIS KEEL, Lethbridge MEfi'S and combinations, ail weights and sizes. Per suit, SO, and MEN'S PULL-OVER SWEATERS AND JERSEYS the thing for wqrk these cool days, and _ MEN'S COTTON WORK to YOUTH'S AND MEN'S (Combin- ations) a.t the old and WE CAN FIT YOU OUT FROM TOP MEN'S shapes and all sizes. In bhch, greens, browns and greys. to and Canadian, all sizes. The Fit-U-Cap in neat shape and colors. to Other lines from to MEN'S WORK solid leather. Good durable easy fitters in all sizes'. to MEN'S OVERALLS AT THE OLD per pair. MEN'S FLANNEL WORK to TO TOE AND SATISFY YOU. ;