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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920 LETironiDOE DAILY HKPALD. PARK KI.KVKN OUR SCHOOLS Edited by The Schoolman H...S. War Mfmorl.l Those reipoDKftlo lyr the proposed School War Memorial greatly appreciate the tensions gift f'J One Hundred Dollars from the Dauihlere of ilie Bmjlie.- Thin, with tbe Fifty Dollirj aet from the Hlrh school fmi'j. constitutes a good nucleus tor further contribu- tions, will bu duly acknowledg- ed In th.ejo columns. operation of "the public Is alao eaaj'ntsel securing u' correct list of all former stiiaemts of; Lett bridge Higii School who served IB tte Great War. Reviiion of Curriculum The comiDltteo consti- tuted In accordance with the reauest cf the .Minister of Education to drift rccommendltlons relative to pro- posed rovlslon of the Public School G'ourae of Study, held its final' meet- Ing last evening. The report1 in a Interesting and carefully studied and will Sater bu made public Uiroufh these columns. Frtdtrlr Phllllpi Memwlal At this week's meeting of the Schoo: Board a drawing was of tablet to erected to the memory of late Frederic Phllllpi, by the Chapter of the LO.D.E. with the cooperation of the children of Galbralth School of .which the fal len soldier was formerly principal The pennies, nickels and dimes coa trihuted by the little folk amounted to 117.05. The Board heartily approy ed of thli gamrous gift of the Daugh Itrs of the Empire, and of the hand come character of too deilgn select cd for the tablet. Qlrll' lalketball League The Girls' School Basketball .Lcaeu the lecond of the three final on Wednesday In a very lively an interesting manner. The Flcelvroo llrls won, 11 to 8, making apiece. The nent game will be'th final and IB looked forward to-.wlt great excitement on both sides. Flcctwood auditorium was fille uith enthulsasts, many ot whom ha accompanied the visiting team froi Westminster. The teama were we matched and the score did not ge much chance to mount until towarc the end of the game, as the guard und centres ot each side were on th Job. Fleetwood girls played a good con blnallon and the forwards were stead at baskets whenever Ihcy wo chances. Special mention goes to Flor Cain, a lively little centre of the Wes tnlaater team. We hopo that both teams will fac the final game on n neutral floor witlil all good sportsmanship. Soelye, Is a cellolet, and Hardieville Community; Club taking fall advan- tage of their training and experience miislcaus. AQ orchestra has been gauistjd with ten violins, a silo, a (lute, a trombone, a guitar, a mudolin and a piano, besides a school rcfeeatra with ten juvenile violinists. What do you think of that, Leth- ridge? The Schoolman "pauses for from ihe High ;bool iMbit of the members of both the unior and the senior orchestras'were when tie Community Club vat organlMd, tut all me Intensely nterested end rapid piogresB is be- made, under Mr. Martin's In tructlon. Singing classes for the adults of Ihe community are also held weekly. Mr. Martin Is organist choir leader at he United Church where he has a choir of some sixteen voices that has ilretdy developed courage enough to >ut on a. special mem >en are of course drafted largely from :he Community Club. In the latter or Sanitation, special attention Is being ;lron to the maatery of music read ne. after which II is Intended to pu on a cantata or operetta. to the same joyous and health giving recreation. In additiou to husbg a large gaso- line'lamp for the proper lighting ol the room in which tlie club assembles. Ihe set asido muney (or purchase of additional physical ap- paratus -and Intends providing for a tennis court as well as for some ralher unique contributions to the school equipment proper, auch as a sewing machine for tho use of the girls and a bracket Jig-saw for tho uso of the boys.; Tribute to Whom Tribute Due That all this reflects credit on the Community ,Clnh and the whole vill- ago of Hardlevlilc, goes Svitbout ing. Such successes in so brief a period would have been impossible without tho .enthusiastic and public- iiorf of rssr.y. The Schoolman is sufficiently lit touch with tho situation however to knov, that ;ho people of HarOlevillo will join with him heartily In ascribing a major share of the credit to Mr. -Martin and lUs sister, Mrs. Seelye. In them bridge public school hoard has two employees who have proven them- selves capable of vision, without which the people perish. They are cap- able and efficient teachers in the clay school, hut Ihey are very much beside. The teacher's task is a thankless >nd laborious one, ami though teachers are usually well above the averago in public spirit, not many would have had the strength and courage to yacrllice so niauy cve- ulnes in Ihe sen-ice of a little com- munity or the iuitiatfvo and persever- ance necessary 10 success. Cordial iupport and geiieruuB appreciation al- ways conies as a surprise to ati experi- enced school teacher but The Schopl- utan hopes that that surprise in abund- ant measure may reward the brave hearted and enterprising lady and gentleman now presiding, 'over the destinies of Hardleville School and serving that village so effectively through (bo instrumentality of the Community Club, for the organization of which they are responsible. This session of Ihe Saskatchewan leglslsturo has given consent to amendments to the Infants act, uuder which custody of the children up to the age of fifteen Is iu the Mother, and after that age in the father, with provisions for (he Judge ousting tho right of either in favor of the other for cause. SEEDING TO BE LATE IN NORTH ALBERTA March "There will be a lale seeding in, the north." ac- cording to 11. Greenfield of TVestlock, on the EHinregan and Hell- ish Columbia railway, a members of the executive ol IhVlJniied Farmers ot Alberta. "The snow is about three feet. deep, and It will be some consid- erable time before .the farmers will ha able to commence operations on their land." MAKE CHEAP WOOD DURABLE Danish scientist have perfected! a process for treating cheaper- iroodi that makes them more durable, chem1 ical action In 24 hours produbioi the effect of several years of drylcc PRESIDENT MASARYK The former New York educationist, who returned to his native land as the first Czecho-Slovak President. These pictures were taken by a To- ronto woman visiting Holland and show Ameronsen Village and thn castle in which the German has taken refuge. That on tho upper right depicts the window 'from which the (Kaiser can gazo on Ilio Rhine, a tantalizing reminder of his former greatness. Linking Up With the-University Ex tension Department The fint opterprise lauuchcd by Kardleville Cominunify Club was fo the raising of funds to be devoted to the purchase'of a ateroptlcau, to mak use of the loanei Alberta University. A cousld irable sum is now available for thi purpose 'and negotiations for a suit- able' Instrument are In progress. Equipped with b_ first claas lantern ,nd EUpplle'd. by.Xhe University with u generous and constantly changing collection of slides, tho Club hopes and.expects .to add greatly to the in- terest educational valuo of Us meetings. Physical Culture A vaulting horse, a. spring board, patatteVbars, and other similar physi- cal, apparatus have recently been in- stalled in the basement playroom ol liiardleville S_chool and these too are lo-.be used hy' the adults of the Com- munity Ciuh as weel as by the school children. The little folk have recently been Initiated into the delights of rhythmic folk dances as a part ot their physical culture and Mrs. SeeVye Is planning to introduce their ciders The Gift of "Gitchie Manitou' A mighty healer of the sick was "Gitchie Manitou." When the Indians sought this good spirit to help them, they were instinc- tively led to Little Manitou Lake. Here the sick and ailing Indians drank' the natural saline water found in thisMake and were relieved and strengthened. The medicinal salts are now extracted from these waters and prepared in a refined and attractive form under the name of THEY- do not''} fear coughs, colds and allied i complaints. For overeOyearslhey t hivrrelitd on Schoole Ac Community Centres T In recent yoara there hus been a I Steadily growing realization that tlio ffchooln of a community should and could be utilized to great public ad- Tantage for- more than half a dozen hours a. day and leu months a year. The "overhead expenses" are too heavy to make such limited use of public buildings good business. Con- sequently tho schools, here and else- where, are now offering p. wider ser- vice than formerly und are taking on more and more character miinity centres. Evening ciarses for adults are a phase of thi? new move- ment and the use ol the scliool build- ings by boy scouts, girl guides, musi- cal societies, and similar bodies, Is now 3. w.bll established custom, in- creasingly popular. This is a good be- but very much remains to be dono. i Hurdievillt Sets the Pace In the sisterhood of schools under the guardianship of the Lelhbridge School Board, HrvrKfiville has hlthcr- io been the the jpnrallel breaks down in that are tor-t told that the fireplace in whose ashes that neglected maiden was com- pelled to work and play smoked per- clclously nor lhat her kitchen "was (rimy and ill-equipped. However, iHardieville people are long suffering; also they are enterprising to a de- gree (bat calls for pride and congratu- !atlonn on the part ot Lolhbridge. The cilljens of this suburban village bavo developed a well defined ambition and determination that their is toj ta placed definitely and conspicuous-; ly on tho educational map and they are I taking tho necessary steps to this laiidablo ambition to realization. It is not yet as widoiy known as it should be fhat'Hardlevitle has one of the test an'd most promising Com- munity Centre Clubs to be found in any pralrio town. Its headquarters Is JUrdlevlllc School, and Itn moving Is Principal Martin, who has already had time to demonstrate lhat lie Is a public servant of very valuable and varied gifts. Tho Schoolman feels i reflected glory In Its success and is proud ,of him and his work. Hinflevllle Community Club Community Club was or- on December 30th of last rear, and already has a membership of about cne hundred persons. The names of the officers arc as foilown Honorary Superin- tendent of Schools, (Ei-Oiflclo.) Honorary Vice-President John Scott. Newton. Jlllner. Alex. Ccolt. Publicity Godfrey. week since Its organization the club has had one and somellmes two social at Hardlevllle School. Music aod dancing have bwn prominent fealarei, and the poopte ot Ite vllldgo havfl abundantly shown Ihelr appreciation of the opportunity to get better acquainted with each ilher and to cooperate for the good at the community. School and Ctmmvnlty Mutlc Mr. W. B. Martin, Principal of HardlevDta Schools, Is a graduate 01 Toronto with a degree ot Bachelor of Music, asslslanl, Mrs RED SPRUCE GUM ffoi prompt results. With Int stimgih and viuliry of Ege Uny realize I I of having Griy's.SjTup on hand for .f Ihfycotr.e in sealed carton from California to you with- out touch of hunisn hands. SAL MANITOU Nature's "Effervescent Saline It's good for "grown-ups" and children when tired, nervous, worn-out or indis- o posed. Taken regularly Sal Manitou prevents rheamatitm, gout, stomach and fiver V headaches, constipation and indigestion. It is cooling and purges the entire system of all impurities. Start to-day on the road to perfect health by ordering a bottle of Sal Manitou. L Martin's Manitou Health effervtKtnt inline to be uttJ in mild Martin's Manitou uiondtrfal ikin htalir. STANDARD REMEDIES UWITTD rw IT .n WINNIPEG, MAN. fy k .Q! HEALTH SALT VniiJiniiiiii Vlllllfl I LI Umii This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City JACK HOLLINGSWORTH WITH LETHBRIDGE TAXI Fourth Ave. S., Rear of Palace Confectionery. I 24 Hour Service. PHONE 664 J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- ed Free. MS SEVENTH 8T. S, PHONE 1483 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 11lfi STREET SOUTH PHONE 1t3Z R. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING PHONE 733 816 THIRD AVE. S. T. ROTHWELL wm: ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN t (SUCCESSORS TO F, MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 611 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER (QEO, GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 lit Ave. North Lethhridge. Phone 646 C SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker D, Brnnton E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 RESIDENCE, 1397 W. PERKINS WITH MUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 0, T. BLUNT, Prop. NEXT TO HERALD Out-of-Town Orders Promptly Allendet) To ESTIMATES FREE Auto Owners Tuit a word to lei you Snow you can got your ulcl lop ralriimned and upholstering dono to srcar anil look totter than over at tlio Lethbridge Auto Top Depot ;