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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'WUY, XOVKMflKK S, 1U15 il-lr. PAGE J. MeGowan of Macleod Chosen NTew President, Secrctari1 Re-elecfed Friday uttctuoofi's ul Ihe Teacher sf Convention was 110 Ins In- re sting aiirt profitable tban the prc- meetings. AtWrc'sses were de- livered by Mr. b. O. of Tilt, >nd Hi'. Jas. Central icbciol. [xMlibridKc. on the proBcm of retarded pUDlI. The former speak- er with the quesiEon from the siandpoiDl of a rural leaclier, while the deaU riih the ciiy aspect ur the Fame queEliou. Mr. Wright placed ibe bunie tor retardation largely on the parents. (mi said il applied to boys more than alii eighty-throa years old tain foiMCrert (or rheumatism ever since cams out ot the nnnyjover 50-years Utejnany others. 1 spent money freely lor socalted 'cures' and I hsve 'aboul 'Uric Acid' until 1 rould almost taste It. I leep nights or ivalk without, paint -ray bauds -.were so" sore and stiff J oould not holjT a pes. But nor 1 iiain In .active .business and" "car '.Talk with'ease or write-all -day with noniiort. Friends are surprised ihe change." You might Just as wc'l nUempt lo pbl out a fire with oil as iry to get rid of your 'rheumatism, neuritis and like com plants by tak- [o girls. Through Indifference aud iguorance on the part ;if parents, pupils cot behind their grades, be- came overgrown. Interest, pot oiu if touch vrlth the school and failed to see the? value and importauce ol edu- cation. Tho aolutiou lie offered was oue be bad tried out in his ova school and found practicable, and consisted of Interesting both pupilf la (be value of tho' '.Tort, The school board iratf taken Into hia confidence, and a meeting of the ratepayers held at which the records of the past ten rears presented, and in wcie caaaa parents -were shown where (her Lad failed to gel "0 per cent of what they wero entllltVl la because of Irregular attendance at Ecliool. Uiis was Irinslated-into dollars i n'v-tiuc. lariff ratcv product, bigl: [ro.-l ul living, Jed shuntd a re- Imarkable grasp of tho subject. IU' I declared thjil u-arherfi sho-ild. Ixroni-? acquainted wllli ihe nun' problems 'now facing the nation, ADd be in n position to discuss them. Ht threw OUI DUe ruJS9iblu EOlllllon Of tb'; prul) lem of K'liefO Hie u-avhers in ihcir nrofessiou way novur us ictcu. There Is evolving j proTesslonal The at- tcndaDce aiij regularily of attendance lias never been equalled. All go home feeling bentfitled In no small E, A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank BUY VICTORY BONDS EFFORI- NOTICE ..._______ We have opened a department tor rcpnirini; automobile radiators and have full equipment for handling all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. look Mr. Aehelman fifty j: earn to find out tbs'lnitli. Ho learned bow lo get rid ot the I rue cause g; hia rheunaa- flsm. otlter disorders racover tiis-: ftraogtli from "The Iifncr being distributed freo by an au- thority Tho dovoled over Iwenty jtars to the aciendlic study oK'this trouble If any reader of The HeraEii Ti'nes "The Inner Mysteries of Rhcu- overlooked by doclor.i -and for centuries pa at, simply pwl card or letter'to If. P. Clnnrafor. 223-D .Street, Hullowell Send now, lest you forget! II not a snfferer younclf, cut out Ibis notice and hand tbij good uews and tf> some, afllicled frienrt. All who send receive It by return l TrlUiout-any and The course should be varied lo mctt the varied requirements of pu pils. A different' course should Lo prescribed for rural and city schools and unnecessary subjects should be Avoided. He deicribcd Ihp class or- ganized In [jethhridga under .Dr. and told, ot Ihc progress alreidy facing made. Tlin element of play and sports had proved 2 valuable factor. Mr, "HulchiDson of N'onnj school the conven (fon'on "Some Pacts About Canada. vblch TeacXera Should a at dealt eitenslvely with eipenses, in conic, war debt, annual inlefrtaL cliar ges, reeonrcea, increase' of debt, nc whatever. expenditure ID toa incurrtd, sources o A'LFItKD 'Fruil-a-lires' are mi'dc from fruit Juices valuable anil are lAke, aclion boiug1 gentle au'l niikl, Alx.iys most efleeliTe. We. a boi.G for trial sire 2-5c. At all dealer or sen', postpaid by Fruil-i-tiTes Limited, OttAiva, Ont, jentlenT-n who while not members of! he AsEocIactou, bavy'Tonlributi'd to Us program, and Thai I copies of thtfi resolution be sent to Hon. G. T. Smith, to J. ll.s i0' F V I avtnn I ivfnn 1 extended io those alteiidtDE Stewarl Mr Docker and Mrf ll" H" i th" lbe Baard tiiiieii body anil 11105 especially. the Civic of this rily, and Uaai, copies'of. Hesolvoil that ihe (banks ot this As- sociation he convoj'eJ (o the paslor. session aud board of management fit Knoi cburch for the use of the audl- Cluh .this resolution ba' sent to ihe Hoard of Trade, the Women's Civic ami j also to Mrs. Simpson and Hayr WA3III.VGTO.V. Nuv. j efforts to bring about ;ui? ngreemeiir wlih the government-wliicb woulil end j iho Rlrike of half ;L million Litumin-( uus coal miiiLrs were macie loday by Hainuel Gonipers. presiilen' or tfio American Kederiitlon of Labor. j Mr. Uompers and otber federation i officers lielil tw6 conferences i Attorney-General Palmer and were to see him again hirer in the It was intimated that meantime Mr. effi would consult ivIUi Jobn ug president ol tbe niiaerE' unioti, over ihe long distance telephone. Xellher nor t3ia labor chiel would eay what, had imns- Mr, Gorftpcrs' manner indicat- ing, however, tbal lie resanled the i c j defailgdble and efficient, services in Fir Relief Work [lejolved tfis.t thla Associaiion UIRB. [pan all Us raetubors vigorous co-oper- ation v.-jUi eoabraailon am] support of the relief WOTK whicb Is being carrieif on by Clrtc Chib of L-th- bridge iu districts suffering; in a vevy special manner liy crop failure and that ihe eioculivu ho autboriieci and ioslrncted to -contriljute from funds of the AssaclBtlon a aum of less to bo expended by the club In tblg laudable work. Resolved ihal this Association rocoM j Ihe inlcreata of the con v en i ion. opinion prevails outlook of settling- the strike as ful. The general i ivas'thai (lie governrrieut would agree iomor- roiv lo a postponenienk of all court proceedings against the nihifc utiion otficials (or one week. A gold handled pcnkjiifc. go i Night School Classes BEGIN V Monday November 10th, at 8 O'clock IN THE FOLLOWING COURSES: 1. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic and the Rights and Dutlea of CaMdian Citizenship. (At St. Basil's 2. Coursc'Prcparalory for Provincial Examination for Fire Basses (At SL Ball's V 3. Course and. Posies, (At 4. Spfcial'HIgh School Entrance. Clasfi for Rtlarden' Pupils. For further'inlorniiLion regarding fees, communl- cate with DR. BLACK PHONM65 Regular supplies now arriving TF there is. anything in the worfd that cannot be duplicated or -successfully imitated, it is lino's Fruit Salt. Fifty of use bjythc public pr'oyes tkat is absolutely in, a tlass by itself as a pure, healthful, cleansing stomach tonic and aperient, and a household remedy. In every corner of you will find EnoY'Fruit Salt. s During'tHe latter part of the war, material! bottles, shipping facilities and the enormous demand all pvet- the world reduced the supply of fyio's for-Canada to almosf nothing. Stock's in this country we're gradually depleted, and at last it came-to a point where druggists were helpless to supply their customers. This 'condition 'niadc ah opportunity for the substitutors and (Jmc In Iho teaching profc.s- i.i_ the aims and meth- imitators. 'ft is anfityitig, day afier day, to be pjit- ting'up with makeshifts. To thousands of users-, of Eno's this substitution has been irritating but, frctn now on, "Eno's Fruit Salt" will be corning through in 'full'supply, and the public's discomfort wijfbe'al an end, ENO'S FRUIT SALT Prepared trty by J. C. Ltd., Ml" WMhs, London, Eng. HAROLD F. RITCHIE A CO. Limltod 10 MoCaul SI. TORONTO 207 -Tested Three-Point- Siispeasipri Springs Greatest Improvement Since V v, s -.Pneumatic Tires ERLAND 4 has bteii ieslcrt V.o car has ever V-'Nbecn tested before. miles of mountain trails, desert sand, heat, cold, mud and dust, demon- strated ihe quality of every part of the car long before we began This remarkable test showed conclusively that Thrcc'-Point Suspension Springs, exclusive with.Over- l.ind, are the greatest improvement in riding comfort since the introduction of pncumyjc (ires. .Diagonal attachment of the Three-Point Springs Rl both, ends of a 130-inch Sprirgbnsc gives tlic road s'tcndincss of the heavy car long whcclbasc. Equipment is cowiplctc from Auto-Lite Starting and Lighting System to Demountable Rims. The longer you ride in this car the.better ynii will 'likeit. Come :uul see this car. Ask'for Booklet. Overland 4 Touring, Roadster. 1195; Coupe, IS4S; Prices f. o. b. Toronto, War included, subject to change without notice. Dealer: P. M. McKINNON ;