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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta of Teachers Al principals it was deemed mnnl Icstlv unfa.r thai "cltj public school principals and vices and also higu atel> look a "wee drapp) too much v -issUtani" should be placeo Wte Colen'lges Ancient Marln Wednesday, Dec 8th The sehol upon a higher nnant.lal plane than fel1 in swound on the ars aml toicher had worked together principals of untinualkm schools' dance ball floor He was forthwith to an entertainment on that date (those havm- one or raoro rooms do relegated to tho cold floor of a cook wcro forthcoming and decora ing work grade Mil, and the car behind the hotel, and letl for dead, apples Rml by the direct eastern route instead of craUon of all ih4 parents to back him, western route wo. now have to, up. The BiSgtoS of the National An- use. I iheiu closed the proceedings. In tho debate, which was amusing While tho nuts and apples were if not instructive, thiS deciding being enjoyed. Aaios Drackctt wa: left to the audience hr vote In.askod to company and ha which the negatives gafacl tho ver-'safi Mr. Ess'eston .gave a couple of diet by a large majority. The singing oj .tha National .An- them closed the entertainment, It might be mentioned that arrangements will be made by the society for nnt- Ung on another evening QnterUinoient later on.- Tho Ladies' Aid 'met at the home of selection on their Violins. ft.: H. potter, 'government agent, was In Orion last week iu connection with the government relief business. Mri. Ju. -Jicksou has been ing from i; Ihe last few- days. It has been thought that thlj uls- MrJ. Charlie Wesley's on Wednesday trk-t might take up the question of last. The Aid are.planning activities helping Iho China-Famine Fund. An for sn affair'of thieaterUtalug tj-po appeal around Christmas time would in the near future. meet! with response. The school at GlasBfprd had closing eierclscs'bn Friday, Dec. 10, ST.-BONIFACE MAYOR the pupils giving a program of rtcll'a- WAS RE-ELECTEO tioas, songs, etc. Coffee and cake i.- was handed round and on WINNIPEG) Dec. Saturday's time was spent by scholars and par municipal 'ilscl'diirf In St itonlfere, cnts teacher, Miss Rnth Jack Hector M Sutherland was re-elected son, wes responsible for the a-inajirtt) of 536 over 11 out of the program IS Swalu Five new aldermen were H C Woods concluded a series J of Beraums on the Lsp'ecUof A W Leckv T Christ, last SuiidiVs being on .the second comliiR 6f 'Christ. Charlie Nichols, who -liveo '..IB the Thompson district, got while dealing with "unruly, cows; lie Las had to pay, a. visit to Medicine Hat and have the to locate the injury. Jle will have' to keep indoors for some time a result of the ac- cident. Girfeti of Thompson, as a re. Ti.Eit to the Calgary trict. a. few dnys added a-.pure: bred steer to their herd. The Bull Head Bntte school fn the' Thompson district completed HE term; Wilson, .-The-'ijther. fire the a year, to serve. Moat people: would rather be uiicc-r- rich Loan happily poor dicijr iutuu U1J LU (.jtiu'j ludL iiv uupvr vise's whereas thp high school assist ant of the clt> without a degree com were present Acting upon Inspector ad Mce, m recent report on tha rest doing wori below grade VIII, wnilst bla attendants went to summon when tne latter nive as a rule, much the minion of tjie la-i that more work and responsibility and person arrived at the cook car in com very often just aa good or better the hejound the de qualifications than the lotee of Bacchus sitting up and ready former'clisa lor mstar-re according to lake the Btami that Mike Malone to this schedule the principal of a coi the o'" !rlsll iiz tlnuation school st-ms on a mi-iimum K >ou want to keep me dead, >ou ot 12001) and goes dp lo bv muBl leeP me dea4 drunk" Annual J1CX) Increments, plus fqr But endps gut (alls wejbttat ends etery room up to three that ho super as tho Eochos say Add Fifths-Teacher uiii The Warner school board held its mences at a 000 minimum and goes' regular monthly meetipg on the after tip to 13000 bv JloO increments and noon ot Uie loth at which all trustees the assistant with a'desree starts Tvith minimum. Now-." neither of these men hare one half the respon 'slbllrty. anfl organization' that con- tinuation school rrincipa! muat shoul dor Why the better TJnless some change Is maOo Iu this schedule in this particnlar .the local alliance, feels tim. lead to a stampede of all ma en to the cltlsa, leaUng the towns villages, and conciliated dlst-icls the moat part haie contmUa without competent male _ i L. local hoarlily endorsed the 'cUmea of tho new schedule that grade taach'era iu all schools, both Tnral and urban, a 51200 minimum annual increments, plus .financial; recognition tor experience under other bo'ardB. certificates above a second class special qualifications etc. as a plan which has been a long purchased The Echoolhouse wis fill ed with scholars, parents and others; interested In the .school. A program ot over twenty items, consisting of cborueeg, recitalloni. I dialogues and ms'mmental selections Special mention might be made ol the efforts of Gilbert who made good use of his violm in of Jhe items 'Juanila' was also ven creditably given b} the senior girls 0 Lister nas the chairman and m! his remarks spoke of the satisfaction that the Wiltrid Eggleston, had given to the parents on the pro- gress ot their chllfteu, he also asked if any others in the audience wished school as well as upon tho figures securo M ,or fortli in the Principals monthly ro'Toll an Th chalrman teacher again as If _ handed lo teacher a present from 4the school board, (a cheque for a nice tlma devolopins but redeems itselt! of for this delinquency by being In respoct just reasonable and prictlcal Father Bideault Lelhbndge hold tern was commenced a _ ment Coward economy at the begin ning of the fall ternir Further Ilie hoard de- tlared hi fivor any ex Tionses within reason incurred by the Reaching staff in stacking the'school ClirlstmaB tree toith edibloS for T.ha pupils on closing da> Principal's proposal 4t this meehng the p ircipal H L. Marizer notified the board of his" intention to be absent from his posi tion from the New until the 1D21 for lh" purpose of cbmnleting his B Sc course at the uni -last year on gf sickness HG an amount in cash In thinking all fo- their geneVositVj he eald thai his work bad been much easier because, he knew he had lhe_Interest and ci-op- aervlces in the n C church here on Sunday last A; Cormier, who owns the.Warner Meat Market, left on the 14th inst :for R four months'-trip to-New Bruris- wick. .Ho intends to be in .his'old .home in Monctoh to sample the fatted turkey on Christmas ilay' Simon Tenny has lakeu over the :Maat Market.during Mr. Cormior'a ab- >cencc. Bad. ,Dusl Storm A very nolent dust vIsTied War.ier on tue 14th So strong yas it' at 'times .and ladetf so" much sand nlfih impossible to make, direct-head- way In tho teeth ot it, and perforce adopted a sjstem of tacking m open where there was no shelter Another striking feature 01 tne siorm was Ih6 vast number of Russian this ties which It brought Into town from adjacent linns All di> long thoj tumbling-townwards from thp west, phalanx.after phalanx of them, that resembled an army of porcupines oa the march A dance waa given by Gordon Broa here iaal Friday, evening, Vhich gave enjoyment to the usual crowd; One devoUeo of Bacchus unfortuH- nouncod his w Illngness lo either re- sign-or to. come back at the flrat ot 'Slay and take over-.his" duties again from the hands of the sibstitute whom the board have engaged during hl3 absence The board consented to the latter proposition nntt so the mat 'act y1" tcr stands. Tho Warner school will close Dec 23 and open-for Iho-sprlng'tenu Jan 17, 1921. SAYS HIS FINDS Salesman Says He Has Gained Twen ty-Twb Pouri ds Since Taking. Ta'hlac. The a'dvent of winter is a remindei that a waim welcome awaits you here! SPECIAL FOR XMAS'WEEK 25c 25c 35c 40c 40c Oft per pound OvC Old Country Peppermint n per pound Peanut Brittle per Plain per pound Peanut Butter per pound L Salted.Peanuts per pound i. i I NICE AS- SORTMENT OF TOY ANIMALS Come see them. Come in eSfi get a tubd of C H: Stuart's Food Extra cts to flavor your cakes I have their Pare Pood Colorings too M.KETIH 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH is the Genuine and: Only Laxative Broeno Quinine The first.and original Cold and Crip tablet, (ho merit of which is recognized by ,all civilized nations. (o ivoid l Be sure its The genuine bears 3Cc, s signature A Prophecy Predicts That Railroad Will Be Linked Up Before That Tirne to Teacher (From Our Own Correinondcntl ORION, Dec, Friday, Dec. 10 the Literary; Society put on what has been considered tho best'enter- lainra; Tho it ever given here., program1' consisted of -readings -and a debate to wind the program, Tho title of ton de- bate was, "Resplyed that a B miking stqVe is mOro Trying than a scolding wife." There quite. ft, record crowd In attendahcp 'atid' the program was car- ried out Ingqo'o" Miss-Cress and her marked abil- ity Ifi of the affair. J. C, riynii acted aSjChalrman and tho followlrig.-iras tho program O, chorusi, ilyrtle Baroy. Rock df Agds. 'ciiorus, 'iMrs. Deatlie. Syail and Misses and .Woods, -Mrs. Messenger.7 Down ny the Old Mill Stream, chor- us, -MK 3. Egglcslon, :4lra. Bverson. :R6clUtlon, Mrs. Woods. "chorus, Grace Mi1.; _ .floso of Man's chorus, Miss Flynn. Baby's '.'Prayer, Mlsa Cross, Hutli Hu.chlebc'tVy -Finn, chorus, Arthur Peck. Prophecy, drion, in by Mri 11. .Iloyt. C6fntn' Thro' the .Rye, Miss Cross, Mr3..Nolsotf. Silver Threads Gold, S. and W. Egglcslon, Orace Peck, Kay 7ha Inventor's .Wife, Theresa Erlckso'n. Vor Ihn (lofcate, afllrmaltro, Mn Oli- Mr. Merril Peck; 'negalive, Mr. Hcnltic, Sir. P. McAskllo. Mr. Hoyt's prophecy was of coiuse very omiising. He, however, predict- ed that before 1910 tho Weyburn to LClhhrldgo lino will lie oompleletl, (ind we_ should s'avo' mu'cll V'aluabie' thie 'I havo gained lwent> two pounds Tanlac and v hen I meet- on the street now Its cf hardlj know me" tha statement mrde iccently by ot.280 Tllvor avenue. Win- lipeg, Man., popular salesman lor the Hudson Bay Co., Limited! ;'I had'been.bothered so long with, stomach' trouble that my appetite was nbout as near gone as It could be. and I had to llvo chllrel) on milk and pud dings and a few other light things like Lliat. -I-. remember once when I ven- tured1 lo-eatja few bites.of meat! and I pama and cramps that I nearly drawn double, and I didn't get over tho. etfe'cls of It for three (lays Sometimes jiist the smell of I food turned my stomach ami I ate so little that 1 went down In 111 it alarmed me. "My nerves finally hroko down, and I got so shaky and trcmblj that I could hardly hold ,1 knKe or a fork in my hand. Kver since I was a boy 1 have been bolhered with a stubborn case o! constipation and ul limes had, such; awful headaches I thought my! head would spilt, wide-open. 1 n't sleep, tp dp..any good and it.'just looked like I was going to break down! altogether in spilt ol everything .'i could do.: all this Is over tor Tahlat has made me" ovor'again. -I can sit down to the table and eat as big n meal us I want and digest It wIllKHit'a-bit of Ifoubje. My nerves are us steady a clock and I go off to sleep nearly aa soon (is I hit the bed. 1 am wllh constipa- tion or headaches, any more, in fact, I couldn't ask to fee! any better than do Tntilac has done all 'this tor me, and it a medicine lha> can'l bo beat." fold !it Lelhbrltlje by 3. O. Hfglnbolham Co., Limited, gists, Coast Sunshine Gives the Flavor ripe fruity The fresh flavor of Quaker Brand am is the natural goodness put in by the sunshine of British Coluinbia's fertile, fields, POMINION CANNERS B. HEAO OFFICE: C, BAILIFFS SALE .UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY LAND LEE TO MIKE WOLANKSY Battels of Land Le. named In the said Cfiatlel Mortgage, have seized the followTng BocA, namely ONE FORD COVERED TRUCK, NO, 12783 IN GOOD CONDITION WHICH 1 SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON SATURDAY THE EIGTKTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1920 the hour of 2.30 p.m. AT GRAHAM GARAGE, SIXTH ST., CITY Dated at Lethbridfle, Dec. 7th, 1S26, 'T.'J.' SIMONS, BAILIFF. FLOWERSFOR SENTIMENT Parttculariy at'holiday time does the giving of Flowers carry vlth greater greater contentment and great- er joy. Tb'erJ is else !n iia'.ira that .ijossesses Oie thoiifihtfulness as Flowers do.L Truly they liavo a language -of their o'vn. Here you'll blooms first quality. FRACHE BROS. Henderson Park Phone 1003 NOT I C E Customers will please call at the Citizens Lumber Co. for their .1921 Calendars. A. HARRQN, Manager, For Xmas Si Handkerchiefs Covers and a number of fjSilaist Lfiagdis whloh we will cell at a big discount a nice assortment of Fancy Boxes, of Candy BING WO 4S0.13TH STREET NORTH diristmas Suggestions CIGARS In Xmas Packages, In boxes of 10, 25 and GO. AH the leading brands. OUR PIPE STOCK is most complete, including a few ou If you jnst loofr In our window and' I walk througn_lhe sloro sou will ilnd many good suggestions for ap propnato gifts Without enumerating each and everyarticle we I for jour special consideration v DAINTILY DRESSED DOLLS MONSTER BEARS 'TABLE TENNIS SHOOTING AEROPLANES CHESS AJlD DRAUGHTS No ma find suitable Her how dlverseTn tastes are your you will' Id; gifts for each of them I Leather Goods, Books, Stationery, Decorations PHONE, WRITE, WIRE FOR PROMPT SERVICE. The Twentieth Century _ _Book Store 514'4th .AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 613 ffi i fl All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" ENTRIES v THE BIGGER THE PRIZES ;