Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February 7, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fa�e 5 Manual Training School Opened for Inspection 1913 SCHOOL BOARD (Continued from front page). The domestic science department is complete to tlie last word. Nothing unnecessary is' there. Nothing necessary is lacking. The' kitchen 'i& a bright' rddm ori'the upper flow at the west'end .of the, building. It is fitted with desks on three sides, giving accommodation to a class of 'ii. Eivery member of the class will have a. desk of lier own. , Each desk is fitted with one large drawer i�lid a small. There' is also, a swinging seat attachment, l'or the comfort of the pupils. A small individual gas stove is affixed to each desk. All the necessary culinary u.tensils ere provided �ach pupil.. Ranged about the ' 1913 SCHOO ing. On the west end is the woodworking rpom. Here again provision is made for 24 pupils to the class. There are two doz-en completely equipped benches with vise attachments. Besides there is a motor driven lathe, the first of half a dozen to bc installed. In another corner is a large universal wood worker on which eighteen different operations can be performed. In an alcove off the wood working room there is a teacher's demonstration bench, with raised seats for the pupils taking the lesson. Here the teacher will demonstrate how to make an article; then the boys will go to their own L BOARD H. A. McKILLOP �walls Of the building are two large stoves, a gas and a coal, together with two sinks,, and supply cupboards. The dining jopm 'opens off the kitchen as does/also the' "laundry, where all table linen-and other, like paraphernalia of -the kitchen and dining room will be kept clean. The laundry is a- model,; being equipped with four stationary tubs, electric irons, ironing boards and a specially constructed steamV dryer.  Altogether the domestic scienee department is the last word in kitchen economy. ' Woodworking Department Principal Bailey will have charge of the manual 'training department of the school 'where the boys 'will receive their ' training. Owing to the noise generally occasioned by two dozen tioys'busy with hammer and' y^.tr. � 'lnni'i'tTtiATit us confined mainly to the lower floor of the build- desks and make it for themselves. Off the wood working room is also the tool room where a full supply of tools is kept, the kit for each desk being separate. : At the other end of the building on the ground floor is the forge and machine ship. This department is not yet equipped, but Principal Bailey hopes to have it ready for, use for fall classes. Here all kinds of metal working will be demonstrated.' Off this room is a room for a motor ex; haust and fan for forging purposes. This department too will be complete in every detail when equipped. On the lower floor also is the principal's office. :x * Upstairs provision is* made for two classrooms which will: be used for evening classes, and in-/'which to leach the theory iii connection with the work of the other departments. A large uraiuug rooai 'is iiSLv pro- vided, ecjuipped with desks of lagu-latior. make. " Here mechanical dravv-iner will be taught, not only in connection with the regular ciaas wurk, but also to special night classes. New School Board Room Hereafter Secretary Fleetwood of the school board will be found in his new office on the upper floor of the manual training school. The board room will also be found in the same office, and all the business of the school district will be transacted there. The building was constructed by Smith Bros, and Wilson, local contractors, to the" plana and specifications prepared by H. M. and W. A. Whiddington, architects. It is the last word in school construction and is In keeping with the other school buildings which .have gained fame for the city. The plan for the construction of the building wa3 first conceived by Secretary. Fleetwood, of the school board, when he was chairman of the board in 1911. While in attendance at the annual convention of the School Trustees Association in Calgary he saw what was being done there along the lines of practical education, and on his return started an agitation which resulted in the construction of the school last year under the regime of Dr. Galbraith. It is a new departure in school affairs in the -city, but it is one which is destined to be a great success,-judging by the eagerness 'with which the school pupils are awaiting the opening of the classes. . The classes taking courses in the new school will.be grades 6, 7 and 8 in the public and 9 and 10 tu the tygh school. ... When fully' equipped the school will have $20,000 worth of furniture, tools and other apparatus, so that the toal cost of the* building will be b&PHBRIDGE'S HANDSOME NE SPECTION FROM W MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL, WHICH IS OPEN SEVEN TO E IGHT-fTHIRTY- Q',CLOCK TONIGHT FOR .IN- I COURT WILL AS^iilR RODOLPHE FORGET IF HE WILL KIND-LY TESTIFY . Montreal?;' Feb.*. fl.rrjThe rights and privileges, oj a miam^er of the' DonviiiT 'ion parliament were raised ithis morn-in� ,lrf-tin;:, CQUrBC'loE.argument 'before Mr, \j�&t!caJBeau'din in practice court. A 4011(5 series of /motions ,were;her fore the court .Wisihg.out .oC.thc pro-: V'Because theyiae't, A> gently (no' .purging or grJi)lng) yet so thoroughly ccedings' which, Sir Rodojphe Forget, M'.P;, has taken against shareholders, of the' Banquc .Internationale.:. Tito; proceedings, are to recover certain sums of money-, claimed by; Sir Rodolphe , on behalf of.'his .Paris..; bvoi-: erage'ollicc, as being due, tb him on stock exchange, speculations.-'.... Mr. Geuest, who represented Sir Rodolphe Forget, brought' tip', the. question of the' right of his client to be his own witness in cases in which, he was' personally interested/ Mr. Cienesfc contendedvthat Sir Rodolphe had such a right.,'', �� - This , brought'!Mp.x"GeoKrion, K.C., to his feet, with-a Muery whether Sir Rodolphe .was"prepa'red to give evidence.'licforc the' court as a-member of p'rftliamenti.It was askecl-could Sir 'S WHIRLWIND' CAMPAIGN IN EDMONTON TO RAISE THE NECESSARY MONEY Edmonton, Aita;, Feb. 6.-Two hundred thousand dollars will be raised by business .men of Edmonton to provide three buildings for the Young j Women's Christian association. The committee, headed by Lieutenant- New, Handsome, Modern and Commodious Galbraith School � Continued from front page) POLICE DO NOT School Board believed that North Lethbrid&e needed and would appreciate the best possible. There was a time when those living in that district had to ask for a school, hut now the vision of the Board has become enlarged, and this is unncccs-sHry. Heating and sanitation wttrc matters which the Board had Bonn very thoroughly, into, in order to make, the building as healthy as possible. One hears - much today of retrenchment, but T>r. Galbraith. questioned if this was wise, certainly not, if it entailed the lowering of the standard of schools or teachers, and while puipls increase, the numbar of schools must, alos increase. The Hoard is now face to face with the problem cf a new High School, and Dr. Galbraith bespoke for them the warmest support In producing an up-to-date building and equipment. Alter referring to some details in connection with the construction . of the Galbraith SCilOOi, he (i'c-ttiaibu ,,.6 . amid loud applause. Other Speakers Dr. R. B. C. Thomson, a member of ths School Board, expressed his pleasure at seeing the culmination of such a work, the educational significance of which could not be over-estimated. Reference was also made by Supt. W. A. Hamilton to the fact Unit when he began school work in the city on September 25, 1809, there was only one room with some forty pupils in. an old building which is now a residence nearly opposite Westminster School. This- was a striking evidence of the growth of educational work in Lethbridge, when one looks at the situation, today. School Trustees aicKlllop, E. V. Dooley, J. D. Higinbotham, Secretary J. H. Fleetwood, and several of the school 'principals were also present. A chorus, consisting of the pupils, sang with, true patriotic spirit and fire, "O, Canada," "which was greeted with-,tumultuous applause, this being duplicated when the favorite "Maple Leaf" was rendered. Several boys from the Westminster School took part in an effective and neatly executed wand drill. The musical drill by .the High School girls won the admiration of all. The proceedings werej brought to a close between five and .six o'clock,' with the singing cf "God Save the King.'' - Description of School j "' It will be of interest to re-publish a brief description of the new school which is. comple|eJiieyery detail. In the basement are %pb. spacious playrooms for the boys and girls, up-to-date toilets and heating apparatus, operated on the direct system, auto-W-tk-f-IIv epstroJi 1)aukers- ^^hts hold the ,case .oyerUill the end of the parliamentary session, it was added, are .besj^for the.&hlldroR as well as Hie grownups. \, 2So. a box ab your drugglBt!shit:J wind cai'upaign iu. ;a few days and it � � ,. � w. �"  ui r ^ � is, expected- to" underwrite-the: ;full woud. probably mean a delay of ten arn0Ul^ be!oro the end ^ thls lllontu, monvns. . j Miss �Lukes,'-secretary of'the Y. W- "If;a member of, parliaijient is on-lo.A., reports ' that present requ'ire-ly to give evidence when the house is j ments aro far .greater than the �!?,-not. in session," Mr.-Geoffriou, re- > conimodations, the result bein? marked, ("it .meaijis that; (iti will on\y;many voutig womou are tumedaway. be for a two.'.roontljiB'/.j.pwri.otl rdutlng i%r city 'i8.' growing- at a rate-that-the "year. For the remainder of the exceeds the expectations of the mostj year, parliament will either be , in 1 opt,imistic and more' room is xtmt&i session,, or .^Uey.op.�^'t^flfcbe:.'C^8ed -0cl.: The rule established by- the,fjas-for hohda\s " ( _| sogu'1tion is to take in only girls.'jfrho It wafa suggestc'l to''as'x-^u Ro- eain Vrt or less a month and Tvho dolfihe if he���'wonVdXbj^ wiilini? to'.iap- are iiJinet 125,years o! age. The;^es-pear and counsel agreed , on , tUis ,,wt home has accommodations tor 4i!^ course. wotnaa. The Fraud Hedley Drug Co. has an invlgorator thut will v grow hair or money back. The,time to take care of your hair is when you have hair to take,care of, ' "If your hair is getting- thin, gradually 1'alliiiK out, it cannot be long before-the-spot appears. The greatest remedy to-stop the hair from falling is SALVIA, the Great1 American Hair Grower, first I discovered In England. SALVIA furnishes nourishment to the hair roots and acts so quickly that people are amazed. � "And remember, It destroys the Dandruff germ, the little pest that saps tt�e life that should go to the hair ffrom the roots. : SALVIA is sold by the Frank Hedley prug Co. under a positive guaran-teeUjta^cui'e Dandruff, stop Falling Hair and Itching..Scalp.-In.-ten days or iao'ney  co'st^-~<" \ The word "SALVIA" (Latin for ^.j it UaseV (Won every bottle, The Scotland Woolen Co.,yinited Witti their Exclusive Stock of all Imported Scotch Woolens ADET0 YOUR ORDER NO MORE NO LESS COAT 404 5th St S., next to Mason & Risch BRANCHES AT Calvary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Fort William, Brandon, Toronto, Hamilton, London, Detroit, Cleveland if am it 26 ;