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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATURDAY, AlAll-ST 30, I'.ll'J K. A1.HMITA. PA'JK SKVliN Schools Re-open Tuesday With Reorganized Staff and Roomsj? NO HERALD MONDAY Miiiiduy, n ii boliflay rU 11-r. w'll noi lie pni i IMP m lyifTfD UN fcut rvdr.i u g. now wlie i up ,iil tally TV ptr and Superintendent Black '.With Ne School Staff und U'nUs For (Ireat Efficiency in Thai De- of Staff fly Schools Urged To Co-upenilc in Making Schools Belter. valuable Inftuouce is cieroUcd on j pupils Ly gL'lliBR down '.vltli Hit- ui- j most proDipiUude lo the rcsular I bchvtlule .ifter u vacation per- iod. In some ol the schools the pro- motions 1m e yet lo nutfe and Iblu and other reasons it !ro- possible to (ollmy out '-he thnt- tables in full detail bill II xvlll be done year In-ao-far permit, I Schools will be cltueJ. Ijowcvcr at 1 recess In ibe afternoon to permit of a conference of Vfilh tlie sniv ......_ prfnlc-udcMt to deal with any uulor- TUat'U. 1hc MCTV Super LiUeiirtcnt of RGEH difficultlPA thai may arise iu Publi: School, found him a very busy of priuils anil asslgurnr man Celling ready for ilic iv-opcnlng j of Uutirs lo tcaclisi-a Mtuiilimc H the schools on Tuesday. September "nd. Thu iie.v Superintendent is n Rrciil bHleTer in having the affairs of prh-juis placed; before llic public, in ilie facl ibal he considers effic- iency or' schools becomes uiucti Im- paired ihrougK their isolation from the community. ton 5 as" tnts publicity is legiliuialG and diKiiiflcJ lie it H.vory wise policy, in inat Hi? r.eccFsr.ry beneru-ial commun- ity inlervinw is thereby created. Aaked whclhor be had any informa- tion, or requests lelallro lo school af- faire which he would liUo the Herald Two J'olls Will ile ants Have No Vote on Tins Matter o' LJ frteliol Icr in Isia or on if riglir 01' i' jivojicriy in ihf tilv anil is on Ihc Not on List i1 jt.'i ihi- revir-e-l roll has iii.-i ov i3tr iiaiui- omittt'il ifroni-ilu1 lisl. he or w U be f.kitllM to vole procuring1 from I'-jr-.-jsor u curilficne his 'or Ivor mine nppravs un Ihe Pr.ips? ime-.n roll nt'J liuit IIP or she Is fcinltleu Ito Kuch lo be 'to ilie deputy offuer or UK" in (.hurpo of ttsy poll Tcnnants enuuul voif- Ivrju'.i? a.-- TMTSUDJ) or fur caiinoi vole. ERROR lo .live out more Uiaii a j-eneral :nierim report on ihe iiersau- :1 of the various staffs, as follows: Personnel of ihe Schofats 'J'he t'entrfil School: J. -V David- Ron, principal; Miss Sharnian; Miss I'ipos (replacing Miss who has been granted ot lo istfec piibllr. Dr. Gorman K. BiipertnfentlcnL of schools. L.I.I-, r.d bjiociM altention lo u regulallon parsed by ibo srhool board last Jnn- ii2rjv fiiins Ihe luinimiim pupils will to pub-1 currlc; Miss Sans. lie schools, fir ki'ndersftrlen r.L six I -Thc -S-Tool: II Mis-; Margaret KnHUi; Mls.% 7J-jjm; MJE3 Trciiliolm'R; Miss I lard j; Marion Hraith; Miss Klclt; Mifirf Williams; Mrs. McLeod; Miss Rotor iFon; Miss Holos; Miss Hnchniinn; Allss MacJiiy; Miss htaser (succeed- inp airs. McKelvie, and Mies Asliton. kindcrRarleii. Tlio Klcetwoort E. Drnn- principal: Miss Urodlc; Kilmer with Miss Miss Perliiiis; .Mls.1 Dunsworlh; Mias i TcnnanT h.vl.-Mv. -flinch be (o (loo LaUc from I'ivcr ihaii will tn be Tlio cost years: Muth" inrbaVeiilcnce- vrill- nvclricd- >f parents note Ihia rule. -Cc Operation Needed 11. IJr.irc, prluclpal: Miss Dateuion: Mias Miss Sutherland; Miss hr. mark further e (BHcreotllns Mli'5 Mrs. Lho pjsicnts woTi'd cuoper.ilo tvTo-.isly in pelllns tuc clfisses orfian- Relilod lo serious work wilh- Diil isiiy Tor Lnis pur- pns-; hoys and should if he on band Tii-J.stiay morning incir veipocLlvc and in-3O- tho hopts, dc la Hiitton Miss ami Mies Jackson, KiTidergnrLiiCT. Tiie Galhrailb Miss Dircli. Hundred and Fifty Thousainl Dollars i MR. WARDMAN'S VIEWS St. A, S'., unO the ronsumer be under no clicck HS lo Wiiste IIIH! would liavc to pay moro for ivator by JKilHor, at least fixed clirvrycs. noilcc at all Tlio other Alternative Iliu oue j of tbc ratepayers recommeinioil by the Council is mcl- meters ilire results nrc freely crs at an estimated cost o[ TIiirty-Ftvc Thousand Dollars and iunrts urc avnilaLlc for this purpose and lhc en'tmliiurc bten iiuihor- by ihe Public .rtiUlk-s sloji. There ifl an oviiletii desire on the i sai'l hole .brick. J. lor uiUi ilui Tbtve art i of namr-s uri' on iLe last [he lion win) --in- ol t-liy: tht rLsi-jiac- ii" Ilio do ntit In lino iritli the commissioncrs' I'roliably lalo of ihc (able had been in commission for (muni fitly CADIIOL or will iioLJifor.! of i.ny "j'orpni-ai ihroLiiid LI bri-.-k unless I pa.-iy who :s :IT tlir Mint? or ill' ii Ly gfcnulnfc caniLot support a tu itl'.OC-O v.lit'ii tho commissioners cannot gujii-jutce itsuKs. Suuic peo- ple if liic proposed lirlaw fails to CUHI- leniltr' TU IK by rato t'ouhl IK.' pnyiiiK more through ilie ir syfioui for his foiir-roGiue 1 ip. ivitii stwcr connection tliaii tie part of the public for information as to tba (lie meter syfitcm, and nuu-h as Coua- ril would'ire lo !jo able to ssaio a definite rate H be sxpectcil that any inldUgoni conclusion can Lc ,I.T, .mill Ilii. fnn. aml three i knife. Stil their nivn xrcnuul. V.-ry gooil. H is a snpposoiUy frrn couniry. aud I, for one. wtnilif :iol (iL'ny the Mr. it so much money to run llr.' water business ;iuil If wo c-oiiJd Uv inslftl- v liamllos. il waq a giiuil I v.-hai would "ije ihc rt- If 3uy pan of llic pumps ,T11 lukillB cost wears on I. ilo they replace llic ot ,valcr Bmi LIS consamplloii oul pavl or jiisl scrap lhc: wliotc uojer ihe metering plan. The ponora clciiic aisri ge! a new At every bo 50on bls for Ilie mnelilli- ot lhc ralcnayors tlial I liaye lo (lsu ,nore waiPr ol. cise up attended trterc Is far us iR M .sJionld wiLli tico sary supiilii's so tiiol froai a leTiolliiiE j principal; -H's.s aalbnlyiio Isucceed- in? Miss M. Kon- c'excluieed willr Miss MUs Marrd: Miss Annslrons. Mf.lEon succeeillua Miss llarclieville cdrae to in itiii nizdcr 'julll (lie succeed- sumption of water under ihe rafter ivalem is 351 ertniijeil r.uil auy nsiircs B-lifcii niiglil lie slvcn would in all probsbilily 1101 he "nial. H Pboijld lie satisfactory to kiiov.' iJhaisivGii no reduction in the number J. Col- ;at llscrs r.YMiice hi.? cjii :lrd Ave. I U ihc would go the rate to proviil? the .ncceesaiy rerenne. are also told. that under llic nielcrhlg ;ilau llie us.- of could use all the water Iheyi iWhufs the im-.tlor tiiese pcoidc.' nv..e.} am, vriicr.cvcr they want-', Jau.vliiin-.' Are-lliej-'.vild? Do Iliey Ml j( i migiit ask I icr how cities it c-oicc ihat sy-teni? It an-1 ecu break th? rules of tlco cfly rrsard- j peM.. ,0 mc to a ot uoi liio conservation of water. Inn a cuir.s- un iu the nurauer t i-lnirKti for water I liiat ift-e of liviilor? Whoever enjoys a cup of deli- cious, find an added pleasure in a cup of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE, In Ji, I and I pound lins. abo ground for Percolators. Never In CHASE A: SA.VBORN. .MONTREAL. iir-liuiney. I aui under thn iui ImM. io Studios j The Hi3li School Stalf meter is io bu able i-lurse ton aiV conccr'-it'Vilon'l ilicinE a gooil Bolshevist and ahtdius esprosscil lhc opinion (lint for llic ir.iter olid fusils Ibal wlint uii nccoullt of bavins c{ niajoriiy. W icnird I-d been >ery [ortunnto Ininseil is raid for ami iirovcal [u'cclpiltiion Ihe .use of water for, liesrecttully yours, Urn selection of the neiv ioaeiicri now waslo, yet it Is Irvui Ilim (III- vrery Is not nearly heavy as elllur j THUS. added lo the Ix-ililjriilgc tilcb, Ec-hoo'.! of tho system lieliif will en-1 l.cihhridge or ihe HatT From informa-J 1'ur tlie fainJy of music in till distriit. Conrturtcil solely in tlui interest or his'iicv etlucaiinn. Cgncirt Pianist sir.i Tcschcr Adsorbed s vvealtli of kliov.-lcilsa Iron such innstcrs ns Knii! .Chicjgo; Prof. Martin Hsrliii; Mor'.te koivjkl, Paris, wlilch Dlacoa him in Ilic liigh I'Otilion he liolcls as a pijiio and vo'ce teaclicr at ujcapllonil S3 by tlic success o( his ever in- crM'sinz I'or paniralars regarding les- wltli suy of the Icachera in the ik M. joomlis Styflios call, phone or write 416, 12th St. A., South, Lethbndge Corner Eleventh Street and'Fifth Avenue Soulll lya op.ll nl fici-orly llic Like Mr. -McMillan. Mr. liaa aiso sesn sriiva 'aiilitury scrvirc in D. Uolli men were voiuultd sev- erely ItuL IIILVC Tciarle good recoveries. Mr. been iu charge of comtnerclftl department in Col- Icsialc Institute, lio r.-as out- (andiligly succcsslnl. Ho is not only a good leather but lias a prai'tioil au- (itilio for cud r.luliliarllj- wllh, Ulc business !hal is not often found In ranimcrr.ial riepartnicnls. ire is- also an accomplished musician and tlic suiiorintenrtoiU hopes to a j Koqtl orcii'c-slnl this year in his I clcrcVRC. J11S5. Kennctiy Eratitiatetl from Man- Ijloba Umversily K3 medalist in Kui- llish ami Ms also a iraluetl musician n-itli .successful cxiisrlciifc w a lilgh sivlloul teschc.7. .Mr. Brown has held with success several Imporlailt iio.U.P cf large scliobl? and as sopcrlnlcndcnt of scliools. A VMP .130 Easier na a ivarliine tluly he look over-lhc wort in chemistry in Ilcgina Coltcuii-le In- glilufe. vo'jvlacing a teacher .called-to milllary nrrvirc. nncl on lhc return of. tin's gentleman he 'vent 'back' In icia iulftrruptcd posl Eraduatj; studies (it ChlcnKo ..Uuiver.'.ity. lias nlniosl L'Oinpleicil there lhc course for Ph. in education, and, tak- ing bolany' as bi.i 'liiilior. antl will (julckly lake his Icgilimalq'platiC as one of lhc. most, highly trained nntl successful cducQlora in lhc province. Dr. lilack's private will be Mlgs Olelchcr, 1J. A...inn nc is ncciipy- Ing the offices in Ihc Central School forncrty ngc.i.1 hy Hamilton. E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank People's Fonirn WATER LAST WORD RE-OPENS FOR ITS 14TH SEASON, AUGUST 25TH PRIVATE AND CLASS INSTRUCTION IN-ALL BRANCHES SY A STAFF OF CERTIFIED TEACHERS. MANY FREE ADVANTAGES THE CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRAL CLU3 THE CONSERVATORY MANDOLIN, BANJO AND GUITAR CLUB THE CONSERVATORY OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC CLUB THE CONSERVATORY TERPS1CHOREAN CLUB DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPF- ORGAN, THEORY. MUSICAL HISTORY, VOICE CULTURE, SINGING AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL AND BRASS BAND INSTHUMENTS, MANDOLIN, BANJO. STEEL GUITAR, UKULELES, VIOLIN. VIOLA, VIOLONCELLO- AND 0 BASS. The Conservatory School of Expres- sion and Dancing Academy Miss Corrcnc H. Gerb'er Principal ELOCUTION, ORATORY. VOICE.CULTUHE, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ENGLISH LITERATURE "AND DRAMATIC ABT. FANCY, CLASSICAL AND BALL ROOM DANCING ORCHESTRAS SUPPLIED FOR WEDDINGS. .ETC. PHONE 765 BRANCHES AT BARONS AND NOSLEFORD IF STATELY DIGNITY .Is your choice for itvnionnmenl we aru rmilf lo or de'lsns. Lethbridgc Works lib sticet, Scirthi Kditnr, He-raid.' participating, In Ihrce meetings held lo iliscusn Ihe ciusalion we Itavo Rained.u fair iinder- landing of (no attitude of ens In regard lo intornullon Ihcy re ro In order lo enable. IKorn .lo judljo lhc rntrils of the. case. "Wlllioul ii doubt these meetings have rcsulled fn many converts to the nilvlsnbillty of melors and liclicvini; llial llic InlorrnatlOTi given and rcr.cfv-1 fit these meetings should reach Ihoac who were not present, we wkc Oils bprorlunily of aBaln coins .over Eoino of the ground Ilironell Ihc col- umns of yOur paper. .ippear's to be llircc pro- posed fiUEgcstionfi to orercqmo lhc difficulty na follows: rnoro and.repairing leak- BEO in ni'nlns, Taliinjfllio lasCpi-oposilion flral: In the' first placo wo lnv'o reason lo be- lieve from constantly tlieelniT "P t" raflfen now connections..anrc by thifl means being able to Inspect the rnalni) frequently thnl the Icak.-iEO is well ttncjcr control, also we knovi' Hint' Ihe This romeily. contJimng set- Indian UHPIICCS, Kv naliiirai, etc.. :'n recommended for any troubles that an oint ment can reach and cure.' Wholesale and Retail Agent JAMES DALRYMPLE 715 Third 3lretl A., Soiilh, Lelhb.-idac, AlberU Mi Vniwn anci soltf for many years. Price Paid A ubeniitl of long experience wrlles an follows: "Iu my opinion, 'nono of Ihc'widfly advertised Olntticnls compare with INDIAN DALM for value and efficacy." _.'. .-___________ ;____________. Puncture Proof ;