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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VAC.K UTVKLVE run Li-rrHnnmnfi. FIAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1920 The Alberta Teachers Alliance; Its Aims and Objects (Contributed bx Lethbridge Local _ r holiday lu summer Is assured. Re- following froiif the lXaer "Ad- their Jujo-Slav citizenship, and (hat gardfng the status enjoyed by voratc" therefore, it is probable will be i the toucher la the community, this Is "1 have beci) just rui1 ted by the vlll- exchanged for the {stand of Cheriso. largely determined the Individual, i council to, enforce the orxllunneo islrla. Ihe population of wlikli is purl The teacher In the rural comumuity particularly can by consistent effort accomplish much In Improving coui- t inuuily lite. Financial cousidcrallims sgalasl chickens'running at large au'l .Italian. rMins bicycles ou sidewalk." We have seen nil sorts of exercising i macliijies for feathered The school yt-ar Is 'fast drawing to. What shall we say o! teaching as a a close and tho all-Important quesllon I lift" work? ol "What shall 1 lake >jp as ray occu- j u it not stracr.e that little pcrsua- looms largely In the is comaioaly required, lo gel a of the studeni aboiu 10 finish hts j boy to take, up ihe Ions iraioius for in- lief school career, ll Is also a a doctor, a lawyer, banker, or oibcr question which eiercises ihe winds i commercial calling, but -when you SUR- of loo. Who shall decide i teaching, ho fights snv of it? this vlial parent, or tho j records of hlsh school students a moot question. If Iho show (hut practically no boys are look- views of both parties coincide, ihe i ing forward to this work! while In solution Is easy, but frequently '.ho the case of girls their racice of in Ibe past been somewhm of an I impediment. But condition are ini- doubt their efficacy us i! stimulant lo proving and will couilimo lo improve'ess production, and advise "Advo- The coming of the-'teacheraso" or res-! cale" readors to slick to tho old 1 ideuce for the icachcr or icachers, will scfalchiug material. as lull j uo much to wake the living conditions is supposed to be an expert Judge more agreeable and stop tho nomadic' au-l uthmviro I habit so prevalent. It will cnsuro "wo aro willing to take bis judrmeot ITALIAN STRIKE ENDS. resumed and all oilier strikes wjll be called off either through saiisfaclory settlements or us tho result of the artulfiitco which will hold until a non- government is formed. WITH ?10 IN BANK YOUTH ATTEMPTS TO BUY SHIPS AT NEW YORK, May a bank acocuul of Km! unlimited coufld- euco in his ability to get.hundreds of ships valued at The plau was to transfer ships Canadian registry. Moultoix salil he intended to purchase the Huron, St. Paul, Dinghamptun and Minneapolis from iho Uiilted States' Steamship Corapauy. mid lliat he B-ITO Charles r W. '.Morse, bead of the company; per- sonal cheques for toii-ard of comfort so much soiighi belts correct. and so seldom found in rural com- munities. Lastly, but not least, comes the of remuneration, lu this contteclion It ought to be borne iti j miud lhat tho period of preparation i and expense of training is not very' "c bc-! Now Kocholle, a week employee of a steamship firm, last night startl- ed tlie congressional commiiteo In- vestigating the relations of the Morse interests with 4ho Uniied Slates ship- increasetl by J5 tills Var. the nuiu- j negotiated [with Charles Morse lu thousands more. K. A. MouVon of I the The cheques were dat- vopulalion hak been Conservative convea-1 lion was so conservative no ono has heard anything about it but iiob him- "ow attempted purchase of four steam ed advanced. Jtemiuued ihat bo previously admitted having only V1' in a New Rochello banX, Moutton satd he intended lu put tho money up to cover the cheques. MouKou Is said to bo n son of un official in the Canadian Marine and ilsheries department. t reads: "Teach for a litile tfadcnt .has- not given much seriou t'-cueht to ihe matter and Cnns .t .Hi- wLlle and then train for a nurse or fle-ul. to make a choice, and parents famc ulher when It becomes Kight months' training for 'titicato is by no mea salaries are nol al inccly, taking living conditions lnu> pardon. Dr. Spankle. of Calgary, .perhaps has soniu inr-idc information, lie attended Ihe conven- tion. if'Spankle indicates any- thing it is Healthy liver Healthy Life Your or clogged, active or all the difference between a vigorous, cheerful life and j two minutes too early. It is really a relief isnt it to know that such is i impossible on our Canadian lines? CARTER'S ITTUE ure. To subdue stubborn liver; over- come consti- pation, dizzi- ness, bilious-________________ ness, indigestion, headache and the blues there is nothing on earth so good xjCute'iUalcUn.-Puli. Purely vegetable tain PEl-SmH Price DR. CASTER'S KQ.N PILLS, Nature's great nerve and Wood tonic for Anenb, Rheumatism, Nenoasncss, S and Female Weakness. ic schools ot OUT arc improvjns very paradise- of the humblest country positions becoramB harJw: if we could induce our youn? "1C.worW ca" 5how- I and harder to fill with iho right wol k pie every year. j lory iralntng. II would bsnofit tho pro-i- WE'RE SAFE What, then, does teaching offer as, tension in general and (be individual! collision was causpd in Krancc a profession? I would share in the Increase.! recosci-j feeenily by a Iraln leaving the station Klral. wo would say. work. Most of those who enter on the .-work of teacliing as a life work do 'so tor the love of it. Like tin; spiritual teacher, ihe luve of Iho work has been a compensating patls-; faction for the lack of financial rc-t turns. But the present pressure ofj circumstances arising from changed j conditions has forced them to uirj their grievances. And now the pub-1 1 lie is beginning to realize that it ought i not to accept this sacrifice. The I leacher who i.s not genuinely inter-1 LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. esied in his or her work is in the wrong job. The work oalls for supremo j department stores skill.-ind sludy. The development and! piiidance of the growing human mind THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN A demonstration o: bath tubs in our CTance o e growng uman mn Tlie new minister was iiniious to i is no mean study. A genuine interest attract a certain promising young man I JUgO-SIavs Willing To Make m children and ifceir development, to his church. So. meeting him one Concession.: nn Hnnnrl then, we must say, is an essential on his way to the cliurch tbe mncessinno nn nnnnri. (juisite of- the wouH-be teacher. j minister said: Secondly, the conditions of the! iwork in the main are pleasant anil i agreeable. Thfi hours are definite and I I not very" long, though the. work is I .strenuous and exacting. There is u 1 good amount of leisure and a good ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not 'Aspirin at 'All without the "Bayer Cross" evening my friend, do you attend "Ves, indeed, sir. rcguarly every dear young a .place or Concessions on Bound- ary Mailers. BUENOS AYRES, May main points in' the r-rosram of the Jugo-Slavs for a settlement the Sunday replied ihe young fel-j Fiuiae. question, to whicli M. Trum- low with a smile. "I'm on ray. way bilch. Iho Jugo-Slav foreign niinisier, lo seo her now." j has be'en authorized lo tell.the Italians i Jngo-Slavia will agree, are given YOU WIN I in a dispatch sent by the Nacclon's At a bouse party in one of our! Mome prosperous Southern Alberf.i towns' Ihey had a. contest in yerse-niaking. of Here's the ".vinning verse. Two hearts that yearn. For love's Ewoct prison, -Vilierc his'a is her'n, 'And her'o is bis'n. Tho nama "BayerJ' idcnlines the only genuine Aspirin prescribed by-physicians for overuinc- teen years and now made in Canada. Always buy an unbroken package of "Bayer Tablets Aspirin" which contains proper directions for Headichc.' Toolliachc, Karaclic, Scii- Kbeuraatisru, Xcnri- lis, Joint 1'ains, and Pain generally. tTin boxes of 12 (ablets cost but a lew cent s. larger "Bayer 'ji A'man's better half is sometimes tbe whole. EVEN THE. RAIN IS IT Everything is going.up but tbe rain that will soak you. Judging from reports from Washing- ton Daniels arc always gelling into lion's liens. The naval probe across the lino seems to be riding in a rough sea. IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE! Ask Bluebeard Watson. 'Another sign of tie world's gradual return to a peace just. lynched a ton super-dread- nought. inclitdcr moJifications the line as by President Wilson, including .rectification of the lino in favoFof Italy in the region of Senosecchia with V the object of re- moving tbe frontier farlher from Trieste, and the. inclusion of lloant Maggiore, assuring Ihe Italian de- fense of Pola. and acceptance pi the sovereignty of jtalv over 'the city of Flume with'the'pfcrt under the con- trol of the league of, nations. The correspondent says with re- spect to President Wilson's assign- meiit of Lisza, Dalmatia to Italy, that tho population of that island has sub- scribed to a declaration that they will emigrale in force ralher Ihan lose no harmful, habit-forming drugs of any description. If you think Dr. Miles Nervine is suited to your buy one bottle from yojr druggist, and takeitcs directed. If you are not benefited, return the empty bottle and.hc.will return your money. Vve do not guarantee that it wjil cure you, but we do guarantee to return your money if you are hot benefited. Prepared at tlie Laboratory o} the DR. MILES MEDICAL COPANY TORONTO CANADA There li only ono runt say "Biyer" WOMEN! DYE IT AND SEE! Instead of Buying, Add Years of Wear lo Old, Faded Garments with "Diamond 1 Fight high living costs- with "Diamond Dyes." Perfect results are sure, no matter iC your old apparel Ic wool or silk; linen, coltoa or mixed goods. "Diamond DJM" gum-jutted to gire new, Vicn, fadeless color (o house-dirjSM, uproni, blousts, stwkinga, skirts, sweaters, cbildrtn'j drepcricB, everything! The Direction Book in pjcka-e plaint liotr