Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Herald's Page of Live Local News "ietbbrf All The Local News Where You Expect It T1IUHSDA.Y. NOVKMBKll 0. 101U i: ALBKUTA. I'.-UiK SKVEX: Citizen Makers of Southern Alberta Numbering 350, in Convention Here v v v RUMOR DENIED they b-? iirweirt, ic O dndiug Irooi Calory. Mac Swifi Current, Mn jr.it. .Mteliol Convention Kver Held in South Now in Spent in Observation of Jhc Teaching Methods Employed in bridge Be- ing Held in Knox Church. TUe Southern Alberta Teachers con- tention opened this morning in Cen- Iral school with a registration at 10 o'clock ol 250- Thli will probably reach 350 by ihc time tbu day's trains ire all In. No UouM a uuniber from tie rural districts oil the railroad be provonted from attending ty rea- lon of the condition of (he roads. The convention this vcar la composed ot teachers from1 the four Inspectorates of the Macleoil, Cards ton and Foremost, under Inspec- tors Roberts, La Xerte, Williams and Schoeficld, respectively and covers a district extending from Crows Neat on the west to Cow Island.oh tlie cast nnd troui Uie International boundary on the eoutli to Claresholm and Ret- law on the north. Tha program this morning consisted Inf i. will fc-td from loi'al under the same MII-CILI! tariii' i 10 of ft-crl from I'JIM! art1 .is into drouKtii iiii'ius. no advti-u ban. sn far. liom iv- H'-_dii[ in i-inL-avininii m in niVi-.! till' l' tin i as _ _ 1 listen sent tn .'Viiynnc i :i member ot liif1 Laiifiy uiiliRi I'. IE. IF nnw sivius, iir.-i'-'-, tiH'-i 10 iced over m.'-ji'v Icoil IIUK lieon iuir ihroiiKh on (lie surli :is and jFLL TJiis ;i request fnr nf ill.- tlu- E Mr. mi icjini that in trying ihil Has MvuiiE Ills bicycle, busldir he V.MS anil (bat thij .Miulil h.ivc run-in ihe defend of Drl :lh (In- triLduri ihc basif Ekiiil uiiiiil IH.-L-II vinli'iii ilie face "r ilio in I'.nil; iluUll-I-' ilH- Ii '.VJIH ii vi-ry iliffiVnli i-y of irjiuhinliiy. sni.l iliat lie aiiyilihiK uf i Jn vhic'hl u tAifii the riunl-l CLEARINGS Greeting Cards X CHOICE SELECTION AT THE Herald Job Dept. ORDER EARLY FOR OVER. 3EAB. CLUB CAFE We tho Beil 35c Meal In the Cllf. Quick Service, Onr and French PaMrj Js Differftnt. UY VICTORY BONOS According to a statement made Charles E. Taylor, superintendent o development of the Imperial Oil Co. whllo ho was In Calgary, (ho develop mant ivork of (he company in Ihe oi finld In the foothills has hcon. consid crnnly delayed owing lo the winlrj Tho rig for tho new well of Card Eton, nhtcli was ready 101 shipment, had to be held back. In thi TICTV well weat of Nanlon Ihc rig ha: been erected and work started. Teali aro under way In Ihc foolhllld, and conseqncnt to Lhcac, furtber wella may sunk there. There appears to considerable activity in the Irapem Oil Co. In the locating and Tvells -in MID neighborhood. W. I. Sloore, Millbank; a reluruot soldier, has been appointed ta physlc-l JnHlructor for Chatham Last Warning Battery Boys! TONIGHT 13 NOT THE NIGHT, BUT THE IOTH IS O'CLOCK AT THE Y.M. FOR THE ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE 39TH BATTERY, WE HAVE NOW .THE NAMES OF 70 BOYS WHO' ARE GOING'TO BE PRESENT, ARE YOU? IF NOT ON THE LIST, OIVE YOUR NAME (AND MONEY) TO F, J. COLPMAN HON. GEO. P. SMITH Hon. G. P. Hniiili, mmisior of cducnlion. will itdthvss a puijlic mccliug iii Knox clturcLi on Fri- day eve nine. 5Ir. 'Hiniili will russ tbc problems of cdiicnuon In Aiberin, Ilrigauicr-General J. S. iv'ni also speak at 5Iv. l-ayion. orgimisi rjf Knos: church, ivill IJLVO an prKKii recttnl .it S p.m. and there viU be vocal numbers by Mrs. Lay tun, Mrs. Johnson Jiii'l Mr. UncLer. This mcolliiE is a rinMic. inecMny and the citizens ol l.cilibriiifu ai'e invited lo hear ihc minister of education discuss problems oi education jn AllJCLta. A rccep lion is being lichl lo llic visiting icachers in Central school follow- ing the in Knox church. 'lit- iliat whi'ii h'r lirsi lie St halt j ngo, an of nearly that every meiubcr or former inem-j whicii lias privtmod the WHS 2-> from j jirr is rnlitkd auil tn bi Arctic tspldrer. From in HIE ,.___ c-nlir-? v.ill tti- in fur ih-.- iLiiitliPon of thr f iii.Tic ihrln in nno acttntl-: un ilttailb have lie on re-1 i reived a; offices here be-j liniuiation? liuv-- ynnd ihaL wfis a Ucrailinpat on' "fioin a ui ifji; imi-of-ionn; thf.1 line or MeiHcine Hat. LABOR PARTY ILL Such is Present For Commissioncrship, Two For School Hoard It is regarded as certain that there be contests both for the Commissiorcrship of Public Works and for the two positions on the Public School board. The Labor Party in "the city nre hold- Ing 3 convention In the Labor HaFi, in the Dominion Block, on Friday, at 7.30 p.m., for the nomi- nation of candidates, In regard to the School Board there will possibly a woman candidate in addition to a male. Considerable interest is being taken in labor circles in the com- ing municipal elections, and pro- ceedings at tlie Labor on Friday, promise to be lively. im AT MUSIC Don'l Miss the Thrilling ILLUSTRATED LECTURE On the Final Exploration ot the Arctic, By Vihjahnur Slefansson AT Lecture commences at 8.30. General admission SI.00. School pupils 50c. A Man a Few Cows Sold Milk to His Neighbors. The reiglibort; luck typboirl. The Hoard of Hcalili Tor- iKiilo Ihp limn 10 pel! lii-; milk. Tile mini Hare it away, anil iho psoiik1, siill took it why? when incy couhi ii or Iniy milk a I the sinnc in ice. Crystal Dairy, Lid. DUY VICTORY BONDS f- School Teachers ATTENDING THE CONVENTION Send Your Hostess a Box of Choice Cut Flowers or a Prettu Plant v Ttie cypher contest which IIHS b coudnctcd by Ihc Majeslic theatre management in connccllon with ih? vsj play "The Hevclalions or a Wife." SV Tl'lllch tonics lo tfie Kri day and Saturday of ibis week. Ins hsen entered'by over two hundred ladles in Ihe city. iMrliuilars of ific conlesl nave hsen published cnrli tiny In Ihc Majestic tliratro In Ihc llcraljl. Mnny nf (he ntiRwevd wore evidently iniicly j no attempt lining in.idr by Ihn cniilpslaiils in llicjo tares to .show whfll uieans thfy nrrivdd jit (he solution. After careful consideration. I lie- judges liAve decided that follinv- ing ladies are thn I'vyoi', 62'; Jill Avc. S. Miss Vtra Sth Avc. Miaa Klla-V. flth SI. H. Mlsa Hlanidju UnPKcrville, Ave. A tionlli. Hutli Hoi in a n fna address giv- If the abova Uillcs will call at the Majestic tlte.ilrc hox office on FrlcTnr eveninp. lliey witl cnch he iircricntcit willi two llcVcts for Friday erenitis's performance of "Tbo ftcvolalioQa of i. Wife." Manager y. Urowir nf (he Ma-1 Joallc desires to (hank all the ladies I who entered tlie contest, and alsn tin J.cllibridge lltrnld for thfi pplnndii nblaini-r] frnii'i ihe contest. 'Hie most suitable token of your appreciation. The Terrill Floral Company I) 604 3RD AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 577. NOTICE We. have opened a department for repairing automobile radiators and have full equipment fqi handling all makes of Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. Announcement Delegates to ihe Teachers' Convention: Every delegate from Southern Alberta to Lctli- bridge for this important session will no doubt iTiako an observation touv of the shops with a view to Christmas buying. (if uuil action Kvtn ,i[ early lc> Ijc linio in to roniiili'lc the [Itli ivhk-h utakc :i gift .TusL hern you tintl u fovv rc-niinclfrs N: wilirh inimcliati conRlclcnilioii -lioulil bu eircn: Personal Greeting Cards FOUR CHOICE BOOKS OF SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FROM Copyright Novels and Reprints iE Is .1 limoly one. Conditions dcmam] early shopping as bofnro. Toaclicra and will fiml The Twentieth Century Book Store The Twentieth Century Book Store "IS EVERYBODY'S BOOK 3HOP" 514 Fourth Avenue. Phone 613. 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