Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
i luii'sflsvy, June 2fi, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page It MARGARET OFFER Fair rescuer of Nat Van Norman at yssterday's n�ar-accident at the Exhibition Grounds. M a c 1 e a d Man Claims ' High School Boaird has not Legal Quorum "Macl'eod,' June'tB..--A special meet-. lng^u>l,iiUe^c!^Q9liBQa,v4 ^as-^fi^Jd oh Monday aUernoon, �at; which a. bylaw was piiasfed; autWovizirik a djBbe-nture issue ot $17,(tb9:06j', for the erection, e(iuipju�nt arid flifttliihirig ot a two-rooineS brick biifi^lng to be uaefl as a high Bchool, -and a sriikll frariie biilliiitig,-*hieii will be located on the south side of the G-.- P. R. tracks for the acaomnjodation. i9f the children Uv-ine in.i;hat'.8edlipn:th&'towii,,, _ Ail of the teaoiiers at present t�i�6i>-' ing hsr� were re-engaged tor the next te'rln,'wllh the exception of'Mr. R. M. Watt, principal of the High school, who has been here for the past year. The salaries o� Miss Hlder, aesisl-ant iirlnolpal of the High school, and Mr. P. V. Sutton, principal of'tlie Public sobQol, were in creased to �1300.00 and $1400.00, respectively. It was thought by several ot the ihembers of the Board that, in order to i;old n position such as Mr, Watts', one should have a university education, to procure the best results from th� pupils. Mr. Watt has not tliis qualification, and the Secretary-Treas. nrer was instructed to advise Mr, Watt of their decision. Miss Elder has been authorized to look out for a successor to Mr. Watt while in Toronto, on her vacation. The following letter appeared in the Spectator, on Tuesday: "Macleod, .June 24, 1913. ' "Mr. E. P. BroVu; "Secretary of the School Board, "town: , "Dear Sir,-I wish to inform you that- I refuse to haVe any official dealings with, and will not recognizfe 9jfl ai]l tlOnOT! .