Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
KlflHT FRIDAY. DECEMBKH 12. i in ihe irn'.tor andjv, as left to ibo L-.XoLi orfem-e where no offence and (he Superln ItiU'iiJcil. He liaJ refused to Th? ecliools with ihe s iLc mail-M' ol with illfb School ivjll flare at 9.3) In in ihn Ue looked on It as'tho ciorn'.iiE uni.I 'further notice a Eonprs.1 uno affecting (he Schools will C'OSP for ihe Cbrtst- of ibe High School us a whole-. U vacation on Dec. L'UH acd will wai the efficiency of ihe that rc-orea on Jangary he had heart aad it WAS not a Enrolrn-r.t as ha cocctrned, of i Th- (CT _ _ in that ihe PrEncIpr.l of Ihe innr particular itichfr. He hid .....Me ijut School Teacher, Re- illAh School hid ,oM (ho wilt hi, afu-r .ho _imllcuUr signed, Makes Stale- men t DF. BLACK'S REPLY From tour in ir.e at'. on Wednesday, up to I Bchool iico ihelr discretion in the tuitier oflriro ol cieclioued. icrjuilng leave ste was uol awari1! pile n code for iho irschers which itiot tbe InitiaU of the I'ricicipal were all ihe jircvlous reguliilou? iieeesfary. Sin? cpnihiLeJ ibai ihlajan-J tti1 was always ilie rule S3 lo Ihe Initialling of ihe PIFEPS ihnt the request of absence ty by the Principal V.KS cmca a (ew days pupils shouM lie iniii.illcd by llu- [afier iho particular occuirence. I rnnicipal. T.liioh wad ihe proper Refus'cf Hearing ccdurc. Tho looseness of attendance In fact itm ihree ot ihs seven >n the Shool was brought 10 ih, vlslUr In 1 Joisp gu ng lo it-o tndueui.i tpIJeuilc. The u umber a in ihe srticwli ate M fol- lows. High School Central CTl. Fleoiwood :'S1. Oal- brBith 92. A report as to free 35 sub- iniUe.l by ihe couiiuitiee to go Into iho waa tabled for further con- Mr. Terrill, the newly elected nieni- iMrs. Olkcr went to Medicine Hat; on Saturday. j Miss Hams ay of rpciu [tio wceli etiJ In to.vn the guest of Mrs. Vnu cidcd to give her a hearing, of Resignation nr0 te mailpr'of iruiiicy In ihe lllph imalter or. ally. Pbo liad -j After the nuvtliig there wns loncil iti [hi1 Iniorvlcw "co tear J another in ibc .Suporintcndcnt's room, j HigH School to pieces froai lop to I on her ccnins UP Put up hnribntiom" atifr had resigned. He! ers of te DoarJ was to run te scoos, e ur- ure pups p ow the parti- iher aiMod tnat he would dismiss any 'He considered (hat the High Se'aoul hind her resipna teacher who he found vras not co-oper- was al the present lime iu ihu wltL him. She considered that condition It had ever in this refusal to hear her that ihe been, and ihal !tc v.-ould insist on was Prussian'cueration on part of lire slaff to cicnt In tho hall on Friday Kennedy went over the history'and Russian methods and told, him EO, it so, eren if he had lo change! of ihe trouble ia ihe High Pchrol over adding ihai she was deleroiiced not the whole stati. iho pracuce of sonic ihe studcnis TO leave tho school under a. cloud and j New AppcinimEitt I tcl to nc- dtrcr; cause of her nan dins in her ihe condition ii[ jhe Ilishiccin ihe of Miss K NO WAGE CUT FOR FIVE YEARS, LABOR LEADER SYRACUSE, decrease in wages will not bo considered by the American work ingrain for a period of at least, five years, according to 1'. Holland, president of tho Stale Fed- eration of 1-abor, j He lias Just completed a tour cl the 'country duriug which ho met and talk- ed u-lth a big majority of the leaders of the American labor movement. If there is a downward revision In the of living that will give the dollar a greMcr purchasing iioiver, Mr. Holland believes it likely that the workers will eveiuually uKres a wage that ivill hp lower by ttie num- her of dollars which such revision brings in. bays since the dismissal of her form nedy was engaged on his recommenda- ar 3.CO. In signing tba pass she HOD and ho bad no fault to find wllh I the 'continent understood she was doing the rtgUl G provided for 'Monday night, tbe business mealing was HALIFAX. N.S.. Dec. is re- ported here thai the Unltc-d Slates bouud from Useful Xmas Presents Calendar Stands Waterman's Fountain Pens Eversharp Pencils Ink Wells Sponge Bowls Paper Weights Telephone Pads Telephone Index Loose Leaf Price Books Wallets Pursei Underwood Typewriters Filing Stacks EVERALL FRANKS THIRD AVENUE FIFTH STREET SOUTH There were quite a. num- ber In from the counlry. On Saturday night of this week, The Camp Fire Girls arc holding paiilry sale of nies, cikea, ciniy, etc. in the Hest room on Saturday altcr- in Alberta. The of Miss Fraser, primary icacticr in the rooni was accepted, anfl Miss McNamara. thc UKA RnJ lhe T.-ho TIM been teaching m Turin, ap. mcmbcrs to Hstcn to a fipeatc- ail. pomleil m her plncc. drcss itl rcfcrcilce ,0------ Will Not Sell !n view Ihai the tenders for Ibc imrcbasc oE tho Courtland School building were too low. tbe Board ilc- Dec. 13lli the U.F.VVA. liold ibcir cided not lo dispose of tbe same. Dr. annual meeting nnd the election ot Ulack drew thc attention of the trus-1 ofiicers for the ensuing" year. A gowl Lees lo llic that, in the neccs-j attendance is ol Increased accommodation nest year, the building would be handy In i that, it could Ije moved to the Central j Ecbool groands. Tenders were sub-! Uec. loth. Tho girls arc ani- Sraitted by ilr. Farrow anrt EMr to make this one of their best! Ilcilley. i.Bali's and they bespeak the patronage i Dr. Taylor submitted a reporl ot lhe of all. 1 Calgary pchoola in thc matter of ar-[ The municipal disirict Xo. PI incl In their rosular monthly seeling Iastb Sp.turday, Dec. CHi. j Owing to the Andrews' church! clinics for eye, ear. IliroaL, ami buildins no: beins healed on Suuday i nose. In addlllon to dental clinics, free, morning there was no Sunday to'all As lo general treat- j Howerer in Ihe CTcning service was held. RST. V. M. Gilbert haying charge. Last Monday evening n concert "vvas given in lhe I.O.O.F. under the auiplcea of Iho United Church.- Con- sidering Iho very -ercro weather the Ui offices or the shipping board conld not confirm tuc report tils morning. HOW DOES YOUR HEART BEAT? Put Your Finger on Your Pulse and Find Out Tho way tho heart beal.s Is an Indei of how the whole tuacbla- ery of the body la workins. AVlth a BlroDg. steady, regular pulse wo may cipecl vlgoi-cus health. WStli a weak. Irregular, intermittent pulse we can tell nl tho vitality Is low, and is causing iho palpitation of ihe heul, tho faint and ,dUzy spells, smolhorlng and Riuklng ehorlnoss of breath, sensation oC plna and needles, nerrous- ness, sleeplessness, cold, .clammy hands anil Iccl, hot flushes, etc. )ly their action In slrenethculng tho lieart and regulatine Leal, tonlnp the nerves and enrlchiui; (ho'blood. MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS remedy all these distressing conditions and impart vigor and vitality (o the whole system. Mi (burn's Heart and Pills are SOc a box at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt ol pricu by The T, Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, j raugemenfs (here lor free clinics, as j instructed to do by tbe Board. He j considered Ihe system was up-to-date ment It was USEI! in minor Fireman for Boilers In the filling of vacant positions I for jaoitors, the Board decider! to put ;tbe firing arrangements In charge of there was a splendid attendance. The a ffrcman, as distinct from the Jan-, first cumber on the program war, (Hors' work, iu lhe regard to some ot ilhe schools, ond lo adTertlse lor a i man for thu position for Iho winter munllis. The appointing of. a janitor Is a Gordon IIowdenT wiitch well received. Miss Shrnv, who faTonlo with Bow Island audl- gift There is no reason why you shouldn't select your s for the men folks now. Assortments are big sensible gifts that arc sure to prove ac- ceptable. You can't but make a wise and you can't get better sure. Gloves Fine-si. A Vfoalertul itoTlTis ol Cbvcs In kid, suede, mocha and wool. For etreol dresa or aulo wear. Price to in colors. Fivo btR racks displaying bfaulilol patterns in mro silks and colors ihM blcud well Tllli the Bhadta ol ivirjl' er cIollit-3. Price and H: Bath Robes, Dressing Rpb.es, Smokiny Jackets, Canes, Handerchiefs, Sweat- ers, Pyjamas, Hose, Shirts, Mufflers. HOME OF FASHION GRAFF CLOTHES. Oliver Block 318 Fifth Street, S. ences gave two selections which were greatly enjoyed, Mr-i, MUroy flccora- panted both soloists. Mr. Clifford till, as a professor gave a cleinon- iration of the mptbod-i of leachtnc rtthmctlc (n schools as tcInG wrong shoivecl ibe new method HluatraLr ng Ihis by nsc ol Mr. Boucher as liia Upll. This tauFetl quite a bit ot musenjcnt. Then the Hev. V. M. JLert introduced the speaker of the vening, Rev. Mr. Sykcs. His lecture ag ou ctiurcli life and wbat L bears anil how such influence is re- busincs.s men. He com- 1 _iared IITc to a garden which should to kept in perfect all havcv senso of order and beauty and inla order aa I [isplaycd In church life must infill- 1 cnco. Tbe Rev. 31r. Sjkes was a forcetul speaker and the audt- cnce listened very Intently, At the of the program the ladles served jl i delicious lynch to all present. Thai ict proceeds waa over ?30. Tlic weather ha3 been intensely, cold Ilia last (cw daus, Ihe mercury dipping as low as -10 below, but It Is somewhat milder loJay and snowing a HUla. The gas -well whJcn v.'aa found lo hare not only gas but water as well had the water haled out. On Sal- 1 unlay aflcrnoon Iho men worked for j a while turning ttio gas on again in the evening and on Sunday' morning tbo was turned off anil, work continued until all Hie water. haled out, The gas was turned' on aL 5 p.m. It la lo be honed we liava no further trouble noiv Ihe walcr. It was very cold weather to not, have all tbe heat you and rery lor; had for In most of cases llicrc waa only one coal stove to heat n house in tlih caso of emergency, What (s the USD of having a law I l( not enforced? A person might] slcal a loaf of bread and In many aj case he would bo flneJ but men i will sell lo men thai which llm law! iEavs they shall not and lako money! ifrom men v.hose Tanillca arc needing both foorl and clothing and yet Ihcy" arc up as good clllzcna (n i mnny cascj, Our, A.l'.P. has made dnn two examiiTcs lately and lie [allows no favors lor ho Is decided I to do liJa part lo put down the boot- I legging dr. In thcxe parts. Our (own soon tTUcrinu on n New Year why _ sliouM not our Mayor and CoimcIUora j tlo all they can lo tbls one of the j bc.it, clohncgl, moat pro3pcrc-js towns! In Alhcrlu, Ilcv V. M. Gilbert 'was a TlsHor In Calgary laei week In connection with the Forward Movement. Mr. Hnlyh Hlbnc war, a vfsKor In t'nleary Iho latter par', of the week, jlr. MOOTC of MciVlclnfi JIal was a Gifts for Men That Will be Appreciated This Year because of their Usefulness llcpfu] qilts ai'c'very easy to select here tins year as is very complete in all lines of holiday gifts for men. House to Bath to House to Shirts, Dr. Dress Shirts, Cfuett, Fancy Stripe Silk to to Suit Cases, up Canes, up to Dress to Belts, initial buckles to Silk Suspenders, up from Silk Armbands........ SOc to 75c Collar Neck Scarfs, fancy Neck Scarfs, Wool Club Bags, up from........' Motor Rugs, Dr. Jaeger's, Gift That Every Man Appreciates Thousands (o select fi'om in all the newest patterns in wide and narrow jsliapes. 75c, BETTER QUALITY TIES BOXED IN INDIVIDUAL BOXES. Choose Your Suit or Overcoat Here and you'll make no mistake Fit Reform and Society Brar.d Men's to Other reliable make Come to a man's store (or a man s Xmas can't go wrong. Shop will get a belter selec- tion and belter service. McKELVIE THE "2" M'S Largest Distributors of Men'i Wear in Southern Alberta Kirkham Block Lethbridrrr.