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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TYirtny, November THE IFERAU) PageS p -End Clearin PRINCIPALS or LETHBR1DOE PUBLIC SCHOOLS C. I. Brindow, Fl.etweod; T. E. Hodgson, High School; G. H. Align, Weitmlnstor; K. f. Stewirt, Central W. A. Hamilton. Superintendent. W2S JFormally Opened (Continual from front page) A Planing History' Tlw opening of tile new Fleetwood School marks a new period of growth )n the. school history of Lethbridge. Always a. in its educational in- LethbrMge found Itselt pruned shortly aver a year ago lack of (adequate school accommoda- tion. The result was that the School Hoard, has always been an Im- portant factor in the city's progress, realizing the necessity of meeting th demands of the future, decided t erect another building toe thtt accon .inodatlon of the scliool jjopulatioi Fleelwood School stands today ponsummatlon of that deciBlon. looking bsck over the years, it wil be seen that the growth ot bridge's school system lias been' one of steady progress, the School Board striving ceaselessly to keep in nd vsnca of necessities at the clti tana in an educational way. With the energy character Istlc of the towns ot Western Cana lia, the citizens of looked early to the foi-mnUon of a schoo _ district, and the erection of gultabls achools. The first meeting of the Hoard vis held on March 2a, oufht four altes at convenient loca- Ions, thus providing euita-ble Bites for ut.ure expansion. Tht Osniats of New School The Centrnl School becoming; over- rowtitd, they decided to build a I'Vom this, with noise- less stone-woo4..treads run in per floors. All' th'a hails are tyoll- lightod, the walls bsing white a dado of green burlap, 4', I The class rooms are lighten from the pupils' left, -those on the south are; finishsd in mias'on, with soft green tinted waMs, on th'-a north arc fu warmer na't, with cream walls. Single in rooms. adjustable, as-to and Wh'la tbe top of the latter may be drawn out, to prevent tho pupil tsoopinfv, or taking other unhealthy position'. The chool in the Duff Addition, naming height of the blackboard above the t the Fleetwopd School, in honor of varies wKh tlle of the pu- Jhalrman >farry who for pjls who occupy the so tiiat twenty .ywirs been ciosely all may them with ease- Con- with the School Board, aiid venieut built-in cupbwnlB in eacl Boys' Suits and Overcoats Also in the Clearing Sale .carry a superior grade of Boys Clothing with style and fit. to every garment. For the balance of this month we offer you this Good Clothing at prices lower than others ask for ordinary kind. Think it over, then look them over The Simpson Company, ltd. SIXTH STREET LETHBRIDGE who for the past'ten ysara has presftnt high office to the entire of the ratepayers. But even with the provision v.hicb' ro.om hold the regular school sup plies. The principal's room is on the first (loor, and contains the IBB bean msdfl In of clock, which rings the period bci.'s i he fact that even Letnbridge has tho class rooms, as woll n? the out- close to on schools, gongs for calling aud dismissing accommodation at ihe present la very imarly all In uw, iu a of the School Board some decided to spend duae to fifty thousand for a special build- for a manual training school. A new High School also one of of the Board, while another school in North l.Kh- school, Special electric call beHs con nect the office with the class rooms and boiler room. auditorium on the second floor has a Beating capacity for five hun- dred. It is reached through wide en- trances, and has a fine stage, with footlights, dressing rooms and toll- DELANTS Phone 452 FOR FRESH MEATS YOU'RE SURE AT DELANY'S The basements are particularly ght and airy. The- play rooms art? floored in maple, while the lavatories and boiler rooms a're in cement. The heating is combined steam and warm air and is automatically controlled. The architects are local men, while the con tractors are "the well known firm of Smith Bros, Wilson, this, being the third large school which they have built for the city School loard. Mr. Fleetwood's Splendid Service To Mr. J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the School Board, are the citizens Lethbridge largely indebted for heir excellent school system. In- deed, it may be said that, his hobby B which art a crl- erion of the projjrasaiv-e city. Eleven years ago he was first elect- d to the School Board. Since that line he has made a sp-ecial study of an the of the city from an tional feUinipoinb, 'and the results Is known throughout the province as the father of the organization. Mr. Fleetwood has done nobly by the citizens in the past. He is at pro- sent carrying on the affairs of an im- portant branch of our municipal crnment in an eminently satisfactory manner, and there is little doubt that the citizens dcaim that he may l remain In the position in which ho has served so capably. Here to fix Price of Coal (Continued from front page) the prairie provinces will foe over- come without, any grave difficulty. The (Icmatiii foi' coal from I ho dis- rict is very heavy, us the public is anxious to secure fuel at the mOder- prices which were in cfi'ccL before slrihc rather than pay the Putting Life in A Man's Suit Is what It means when you keep your clothing cleaned at this establishment, but it IB death to clothing bills. Every Biiit cleaned by ms hai tha elegance of a freshly tailored fUiU. Spots, grease, shine and baggy wrinkles are per- manently eradicated when cleaned at Crown Cleaning Works Opposite Wesley Church Phone 474 Non-conformist chaplains to work- prisons, hospital'.; and asyluma apparent to the visitor oil flvory orblfsint prices wliicli have been tie- iiii London and the provinces have juat 1 hand. Six years ago Ire was chosen as chairman of the Board, ills policy haa boon broad, all his actions in bia high position have met with the ap- proval tire entire body of zens, and his service -1ms heen nc- cordud to the city as only that of a, public minded man conlil be. Since ills elevation lo the highest position In the school affairs of tho city, he has seen built tho Westmin- Bailey mantled by the dealers during tlle formed a union for the protection of strike period. ater school, the Kindergarten, street, CourUam. street, Central, Mar dieyille, and Fleelwood schools; Superintendent Cameron Assures (Continued from front page) eil, was the practice generally follow- ed in new lines. F. W. Downer also brought up thti matter of the extremely imaaf-.ur.ic- now with his colleagues be has in jiory 'conditions which prevail jn con> mind the erection of a High school, jnecUon with the making of jfitoepor a Manual Training school, and a new I reservations at the depot for trips to the Kast, A person ftp- lies here for sleeper reservation to Toronto, but can get ho-satisfactory etght-roomal school In North Leth- bridge, which will vary probably be named GnlbraRh scliool sfter Dr. W. 'g Oalhraith, one ot the oldest, mem- bers of Board. But Mr. Fleetwood is known for his broad-minded policy almost as well ontsldo the city ho is at. homo. Some two or three ago, ho advanced progitts- slro Idea of school advancement In, formation of a. ichool trnsteeg as- socintiou. At this now organlrallon, which has already been responsible, for nonre ImporUnt school legislation, be 'for president, he reply ,for j simple reason that the agent here has no space reservations on trains to the East from the Hat. Therefore, a passenger from Loth- bridge is compelled to take "pot liich" in the matter of a berth, which usually turns out to be an upper. Superintendent Cameron slated that iTO.had no Jurisdiction over these matters, ami the Board to the maf.tor up direct, with Mr. McNellta. This with several other natters of sornowhat, loin importance rill tre riiscusBwI with that official it tiifl earliest convenience. John. W. llnlterlngton. of BfilloTllle died 3S. their interests. During his brief career as a county cricketer, Mr. Win. Barclay Delacombo England, whose death fa announced, way the tallest, man playing. At tho nge of fifteen he was 0 ft. 5 in. RECOVERED NOTED PICTUR6 Florence, Nov. police an- nounce they have recovered tile Fra Idnglice painting Moddea Delia Stella which was stolen Marie last Snndny from the Mnaiat night. They re- fuse to give any particulars as to how and whero tho picture was To- covered or the identity of the thirf JOT thieves It Never Flickers winter even- ing! give a woman a splen- did chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eyes suffer from the strain unless she has a good ligirt. The Rayo it the bett lamp made. ll gives a jtrong, dilfuied light that is remarkably easy to the eyes. There u no glare to it; no flicker. If up a whole room. The Rayo is an economical Ump, too. You if tie mod poin'lilc liikl-v.lue (or the ul burned and (He rUvo iuelt a i hw-priced Ump. Yet it it hcr.diomfl an oraamflnt to my toon in iTw KOUM. Kglifcd wilhom ihide or chimney; air Muk L- tint >M] reinck. l of tip io nuftmout otW Atkrovr lor crate ;