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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiF. TEN THK rKTlinRlDGE HERALD, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1920 CAR Th SERVICE TO PARK street rar M i'ark will lie Krk'.ay. Tbis u-'.'o tentative measure. it tr? not iKitreu- ,1 will l-.f vvubJrawil. Inspector's Kepori on Work in Teaching Stafl' Arranged. strninstor, ', S3. Attfnil- C.1S2, as t-nmpar- fiirap Isst 17; pupils re-jcaT- i Ihe Tortures of Dyspepsia Relisted By "Fniil-B-tlws11 JjTTl.K "I a terrible rijoroufi" At (he regular inertias of the He board The resignation of Miss Alexander, tearh- or iu tin- bijli school. accepted. The request of Jli.-s McKny. who is riroeeerttag 1o course at Ctiioaeu lTntvcrsity. for leave of reaco from J'.'.nc ICIh to 31st. was'sranled. Shan-ian allowed leave cf Jtir thi; fall term. The request of Miss I.ily IVr- kins for leave of absence for niie yoar; held'outSthat' sho'jW there' a va'i The board of of the public cancv at lime she dpsirecl la re-, schools have officially accepted the en turn'her claims would he considered. ot.tlirco The recomme-ndaiioo of Fllmw. i H'Sh given l.y Ihe-Sikokotoki Dhvs'.oal instructor, that a 5an.l vi'.o for'. I. 0. IV K. for enwur- the voungor eWMreu he. rtaccd at; secondary cduoaiioa. I each" school was refc-rred tn the. prop-J fhc scholarships arc as follows: erty commtee. The piles, it was Jaael Daft scholarship, value stated, would cost shout each with a year, (or Crade M.: Major Alvm tha boief neces-sry i If-v of 5aO. a :year, for Hardieville School Report Oracle X.; Caplain I'hiiip Dawdea As a counterblast to the.statement; scJiolarship. of :i year, for Grade made by appeared from: j Vancouver rat HiirdlevUle reganlin? reports circDlnt-l rhc scholarships are open to allj nd about the principal, that the leaf h-, natural Ijora Urilish subjects who !ae in the was very saUr'act- slKra' "cord of the highest slantl- crv came the report of Inspector llob- of proficiency, un.1 will be an examination' annually overy September. C. B. uJtorcr years. T JuJ .-flcr K-lcLing gia, Jid not sleep well at night. Kitnlly, A) In aweek, the Cocstipatioa iras and soon fren of pain, IteatUchtti ftoi.1 that i: f e e i n I li n t iLccoiapauii-s I coultnued to tako this splendid fniit medlcioa and UOH I ar-i ireU, snd Tlit? world-wide Xio i--: is ;h" fulfill went put i foriJL bur h Pfojilo who sUw l tJtHl-itie crime vf t- ed hcaveu -UACA. vcuttvring of Itrael. I." Tsu- Jewish sou of which mrn- S folia wed bv a The o UOBKKT NE G trill sue s or prnt posJpaid by Limited, Ottawa. uidVreniial cbirge of 11VJ request .was wade lo the depart mpr.t of trade- and commorre lo pro- thai their tymylt' wouKI be overtlirowii. In spile cf the avyful j judgment that has siuce fitllen :tu> Jtw. God lias to it to prc-t.j sorve- them, ;.ud Unlay >ve. :i? a j as the'gastric Juices tliil not assimilate Joaaa ia the-whale, in the naSious and of the J have r.ot f.tcceideii in the lull character of the Jew. The mirac- ulojs Jew who stands iiuset tcday j-s fnovigh lo cractt -.vorst inHdel In the'world." "The Jt'wMi tniestii'n is aliiiost at an tnd tii'.ee (.Jreal Kritaiu has mado it possible lor them (o return to their nativo ful'ilment ot scripture must th.e coining of Jesus. Palestine blossom lite a fore, tliu time is short, aa'il the I.o.-dj'; at tin1 dcor. Illcssed :sro t'K-y who put tiit'ir irust in unj rtro i.roparcd .or Mis He comes only for those look for Him and believe in ill? gospel." After the divine her.iir.ii service this ruierroen, fipportunity be ioniKht for testimonies to tie by those who havo heen healed sliroUKb. the prayer of faith. The subject ot the I message tonight. "A certain umn wont dcvrn." A largo crowd is auticipated. TEACHERS ASK FOR SALARY INCREASES Mr. W. Crawfgnl aud Mr. J. Davidson, the Ti-achers' appeared before the tchuol trastees on Tuesday that !he sche- dule in repavJ to teachers turning salaries L.'ss than be raUSJ to that luiui- 'mum. The appUcat'ou aifectcd 16 te-achehs at preseut yn tho staffs of the city schools. The delegation pointed out that, though this raising of the mini- mum would affect all salaries, the teachers with higher salar- ies be willing to allow the sauio to rt-malit as they are to Ihe end of the pre-sent year. avi-aitln; adjustment until the beginning cf next year. _The hoard promised const.lerutlon of Iho Djiuierj ill I u oolr. i SEAL BRAND COFFEE CaSte, rich, mt Hov, noui loutrd. In >j, 1 ind Whole, gcvxuid, oc Cl'oc Tricolnvn o: iht ccfiiiuiy CHASE 0 A SORE mm Biimlar.l Oil Co.'s puaiping slJtion (-rci'lty, Knn., -was burntd. Loss Rov. W. B. Smith, oi Orjlliit will be- tome pastor of Siiult Sie. Marie Molho-1 ilist Church in ijil. vi-16 trade at the !k-.-l po'ssibie with the idea of prtcaarv teaching, the! report, and the work was In the senior division, he s pupHs were not receiving e mcnlarr traiuing in Enjlish language. reading.- Trriting. and arithmetic. Tho report concluded by that the "highest type of coimnunlty service this school can render is to equip these children (referring to the foreign ele- ment in the school) Tvith our language, our thought, and our history. At the present time this is not being done." On the motion o{ Mr. Territl it Tvas resolved that a ot Mr. Roberts- report bi sent to Mr. Martin, princi- s hopeless. I said, the, L M ren an ele-. Ui I (ContillUL-3 1-Yoni 1-Yont FUBC.) 5 The next rcsolutloc rediiested ihe si'vernnisnt tn supplement! the dscliiration nf couutry of I origin wliich accoiupauied al! imnorts hy ihc recinlrement that such im- them an unmistakable mr.t'ner an I indication to the ultimate virafnn'.'.'r pal, and -Mrs. Seelye, .teacher, of the ageiccnt had deciued to do away Ilardieriile school. the string of speakers who. in jirevinns .Enrolrritrt years, have enterlaincd the Attendance to ;the. -schools for the [while the cgmmir.ees were'TCorking. against for there -tfere no other "eniertain- I.ISO1 ia'.thc-sahie: inonth''last year. inent' speakers on bandx This 'number- was made iip as fol-j The next- session will be at 11 school, 1S4; Central, 701; 1 o'clock toaomnr morning. parllriilarly of manufactured j Mrs. Margaret Hill McCr.rtcr. o[ Kan.! ponds, he marked, or have affixed lo; sas. the first woman to address a na- tional convention. The platform committee T. ready to Tepon and only sen that it was making progress. Chauncey 31, Depew cnterlainei: the convention -with a brief address and appKrcntly the convention, Or Pyorrhea Quickly Relieved By "ABSORBINE JR." Are >-oar gums sore and tender? Do they smart or bleed when you brush them? Are they slipping atvay from the When your pirns get ia this condition, they need some, thing to kill all germs in the to change the spongy, bleeding flesh into firm, healthy one Dentist IN'E JR." has a future for dentists in the treatment ot Pyorrhea-" Used in diluted form, "ABSORB- INE ,JR." makes a mouth trash that! destroys germs, heals the cuins, pre- vents decay. Clean and refreshing in taste and being a vegetable germicide, is absolutely safe. JI.25 a boltle; at most druggists or by F. "Yousc, T-NC., Lymtn Building, '35 Happy Boys and Girls your child healthy? Is he or she up to stan- dard weight, of good color, ;with plenty of rich, red Oian Fresi, Limitcd4 forcarc-fu) (iistrl- "blood-to llOUl'lsh the' gVOW- j catii ol the country in which they were Another, resolution iikfppd ttie "iiuendmeui of tbo ImsmtTA prnfit> tax io that (o profit nnd Irw'p account rhuil Iio.tltiiuvied from earning'.for the periorl aatl (ha remainder "ne 1 Votes of. Thanks A voin tjf tbanks 'o iTif of western OanaJn. cities for Ih.iir coniial-recep.ti.oii. apd. enter- tainiucnt to the Canii- of, convention i-epnrts, and lo for tea? r Lanka is British. grown tea from Ceylon's hill gardens. i The choicest grades are blended, making an exquisite flavor, a tempting -arorri a; a color that 1 charms. The price is moderate. Look for this package. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada of Saskatchewan, jllg tisSUBS? Alberta anil British'.Columbia-tor val- uable information published iu regard to" the association; and velopment L. W. GUI then addressed.tlie gath- ering on "tochnfcal education." em- phasisin? the noeJ, of [raining of ttie youth of the counti'y. IF WM For children who are pale, anaemic, under weight, nervous, restless, sleepless, Dr. Chases1 Nerve Food is of the greatest benefit imaginable. Being mild and gentle in ac- tion, and yet wonderfully pat- ent as a restorative, it soon mskea the blood rich and builds up the feeble nerves., -j} tents A boi, C aU'.dtiUrs, or Bales .Toronto; t's Scholarly Discourse! on Scripture Prophecy Dnuvj a Karge Audience, When you eat let it bejhe best. WAGSTAFFE'S Iteai Seville Orange Marmalade All Gran's an A'o BoUtd ifith care in Silw Par.s. the Lond of the Midnight S KE thi Ib DO 11 rid nlle ttio ibiaaeh PHOKE OR WBITE GORDON, TICKET AGENT PHONE 512. CANADIAN PAC1FICRAILWAY "Tiif .Itlhlo i.- the: must Hp-ioTi I Ivooii in world. U's t-veu j liie no pa per. T; tells us what will liaprien tuairirrow-" The -evangelist. i -Mr.-. Hens pie .VePhniTOii. flur- irjj; the ot" InM sniriit's Dies- lit i fie Rinh. .graphictilly tics- crlled the brcakins out cf ibo World's" Greatest War. "War came like a tbiniflcrboH cut of cluar Kky, throw the into turmoiL In like manner, Jt-sus Christ.- the King ot Kinps oouif: wilh ;L nnrl establish HU iierffict government on the These." 4- 16, 17. oie not to u funeral, we? arc fcohif: In n; Thin Christ anil 11 is church i tl, not t I i i ti-ti Is. ttnt, t wu Jty is hasiil." declared the cvange- At tliis point thr- .visiting rcvivaUst onlerc'l into ;t vt-ry thorough and srliolary expositfon cf scripture rchit- ifif: lo the stcotiO coining of ('hirst. There arc nifi lioaring on same sutijfid in iho Testa- In tin; Old Ten lain c-nt tliore aro four times as many nf ifis as of thtt first cm of Uie Savior. .subject was with ;is follows: "irf Coniine? How IU) Coming? Whf rt rx Hi; P'jr hom Hn j Aftor reviewing llic f-nren, fons-ludcil Ihstl Ills is an iNrituutiiiurtiii-: rt'iiilr. tonk a firm .s-mi'I for '.ho prr rnil- nunintf of the Ixirrt. "Tlis church v.'ill ranpiil up, arnl tiie crrm- formntinn of the [tio will I-jail lo the grwif trib- ulation or world, riilmlTV'lfng in !hf! AH to thf: tirno of fliir cnmiiTc. ivp ncn't Tiiinw (hn iJflj" ijor tlio hour, hut wo have scriptural tliat H -very From Alatdiisw -I. UJ, and othr-r refor- f-ncc's i' shown-thai (lie slfrns o( tho timrs. as herein -depktcd f. those provfilen; In (ho worM tCidf ail of tries piRTiR bavo now fiilfillfirl, accortilr.c lo tJtc vievvs of ihr- Among ijjftntinnofl: wars nnd rncio warr. ihft peace conference at The "when infn -f ry peace roiiuith sndilon This is An Old Fashioned Dish. They're frankly old in style of cooking. The flavor is that' we rei member as youngsters at home. A flavor ot catsup is added to give them zest. We put this in be- cause always want- ed a bit of mother's catsup when she baked beans for us. ASK FOR ACANOF QUAKER BRAND. Borden's Evaporated ZMilk in the Far f ANY a case of Borden's goes by dogY sled way'up into the far North. Men I who need wholesome, nourishing food and need it in liberal quantities know that ST. CHARLES BRAND MILK with the cream left ia takes excellent care of the 'milk The trapper in the far North, miles and miles away from a dairy, is as well supplied wholesome milk as the family living in the city or in the heart of the, dairying country. jYou go w the coimtry milk. Your grocer, anywhsre, can i you. Don't ask for For every milk use i THE BORDEN COMPANY, LIMITED MONTREAL, P. Q. t> tion; anil kin fii whidi ti a worM KainsL nation, t of of tliu and when "delicious and re- freshing" mean the most. Canada's1 .National.Milk? The Summer Shoes that Kind to your Feet. are arc thi; coolest shoes you can J liecause tlic light canvas uppers let the feet breathe. "-They ure llic easiest sliocs you can wear because o the springy, pliable rubber soh-s. There arc Fleet 1'opl styles for work and play and men, women and children. Wear Fleet Foot all summer, save money, ami be kinrl lo your feel. The name "Fleet Foot" is stamped on every slio'c. Shoes arc Dominion Rubber Sytlein rraduct.t The Beit Shoe Stores Sell Fleet Fool ;