Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TWELVE THE LETJiBIUDOE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, 24, Chicago Teachers. May Be Sup plied With Boxing Gloves j For Pupils I CHICAGO, Nov. to put a] set gloves in every Chicago) school for the.nse of pupils in settling j thejr disputes are being made by j ueerge U. Ahiolu, chairman 01 ilie fl-i nance committee of the board of catlou. j Mr, Arnold, announced bis plan In I answer to critics tit Miss Alice M. Hozgc, principal of the WeLster; who re'fereeJ a bout between two of her pupils.' He slid ttiat'a's far as he iwasJconceraeoV the, efforts of attorneys for Mrs. Jlose Selon, to have j Miss "Hbseo .shol bat. lie.'would no avail. MrsY SoioiiV son.'Abe, was defeated in tbe scrap by Salvatore Soriiuo. i ''Boxing in tlie schools oujht to lie cuconrajed." Said Sir. Aruold. Vlf any. principal sends a requisition fot bof- ing gloves 1 will see thai it is h.bri6r- ed at once. If necessary 1 will seek an appropriation for money to _ buy boxing; gloves airjlfo rieit; meeting of the board." Ernest E. Cpje, acting supedatend- -cnt in "the absence 'br J. CV Morten- son, who is .away attending a 'conven- tion, Jangh'ea '.when ioId'Uiiit-step's to oiist Miss Hogge had been taken. "There is nolhing tp, he said. "Miss Hogge did the right thing. Boys will be boys, you Know, and'she hit.upon plan of seltiing disputes. Miss Hogge is one of pur best principals Miss Hoggb was pleased when sli'e heard of the vrobabiiity of boxing the curved blades attached to the huge suction dredge, being Toronto harbor. WHEN AN IRISH MAJOR SAYS U10N JACK STAYS, IT STAYS globes being placed in the "choois To Be Sure Erin's Joan of Arc Tore It Down, But Up It _ Good she said That is ]ust. A-.... ...J M-.r.'__ '-I what 1 like I have been ansious to j get a I am sure the and I their -parents -'ii the ejJlgbborhood of the Webster school vriW- welcome the Idea. Agam and, Moreover, McCann of the McCar.hs Discovered Why U.S. Marines Made the Kaiser Fly....... Mf. Turks Enriched Their Homes of Nobles' V Furnishings World belt when a dozen "women at "l.3p CONST Od (By This being annnersan of (o'clock Sunday aflernbon'J demanded v tho Tnrka a! Ihn taa a mistlce, Philip T Case, house of the liritish -S? llle ot too Cdfpitoi theatre colofs.'be that :the Russian waterms-place at the outside ot his palace vnth col- Sinn Fclri emblems that they waved lAhhas Touman' in the Caucasus' inoini ot the Allies Amons the e was the Union Jack. And he it known that Case is as Brinish a son of the oald sod as over berated ipurthermore, as a Major in the'5th Marines, he led-into Bealleau Wood I 200 men, of whom, at tho end of n ijay, 192'ivero prostrate on the ground-or being 'transported back on stretchers. Among'the latter vfas MajoV Case, so badly ,as: Ip. r; he declared thereafter incapacitated for inrther so many decorations t.hat, whcrejer coat irvonld te covered with gold" or bronze. Tbat'3 the kind of a Case that pricked'up-lila ears and tightened bis be'substitulei While tho doorkeeper a losing forensic tho-wom- tains, is'being investigated' here. A large quantity of the furnishings and paintings :belo'nsing to the luxurious en a man who announced that villas of this little city, where many of a McCann of the. JlcCanus tht lobby and !pagjug tjiQ.man- ager. Major Case obliged..' "t fv'ant you lo'-take down IhatCBrit- the aristocracy of Russia used to pass their vacations, has boon discovered iu Constantinople.' 'Some ot these fur- nishings are in the palace of Envor Pasha, forinerly Turkish war minister, on the llosphorus, now occupied by the French general staff.' The pillage 01" Alibas'Touman'is one of the untold stories of' the rapacious Turkish -pashas -Abbas Tpuman is of Russia Vet'if wasloue nowith a ing'all-year teimpeied by Ae ocean breezes, ot flowers tlooVning A thotnand miles excellent touring roads, idea! for moior traffic or riding.-. Vancouver Island is the GOLFER'S PARADISE with a fine selection of courgei. Travel jjy C.P.R. in .comfort ond see the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES In Tlicir Winter Gqrfr TW.O DAILTC announced __ grunted Case; "you got me the first replied his Irish visitor. "It you douVyank it down, 1 will." 1 ..Case counted ten, rule that to ilo sq.may'.dissipaU ire, and Emiled: ".My. friend, if one.ot the you've got to with'ivhicli.'countneaijying 'near the ._-vi_ -t_ blessed. Nestling in ________, mountains of Obo.rgia, it p'ossesse s 'inside ajid'.we're''celebrating vone of the lenglhyfdrivi our for which the Caucasus the British gave the Duriiig the'-h'ot'Slimmer months [cause and fofget j.v "1D Iniperial nussian, family.used to I Pass a-fe.w.weeks o tres Bhdwing 'per- j 'his rich villas r "They laven't to! Up the beautiful-roads from Batum tackle them 'he, Baid.: i, showin.g plclnfes otiho graves of'the Marines land I have. 'It's and-it's "going to I stay, np." "is thasso." 1 Meaning .that collided Jaw. Two :i'; -Meaning that fisV caromed off McCann's hosti am'r JlcCaun'a head bounced off a pillar.1 .McCann dusted up the' boulevard. But just then, whllo a women to Ti.flis, came in'-.tht- spring of 1917 .the. Turkish armsvj following; on the >etreat ot the Hnasian which had-gone bolshevik'.'-: The Turks; vere amazed 'at: tho Vicueg'-of- 'Abhas Tou man. .The commandant of -the ,31s brigade' sealed up all the valuables he 1 could find. Then cnmeitiie signing o the treaty which Abhaa Toiimaiivvas loft to. Georgia. V No sooner Turkish' com mander learned ho gathered up, nil' valu jwere '.iiWcs and hurried them to -Da turn. He were yelling to Case to smack 'another notified Essad Pasba'arConslanrniople one at McCann, three Svqni'en' started I that this booty should -.be. offered to up a ladder that an .eleclric'i.anr. had the Sultan. Meanwhile, as his army i-Ieft -beneath tho canopy.. WbonV.lhcyJ withdrew. 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