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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, October FINE SCHOOL AT RAYMOND OPENED Credit to the Town and the Mormon Com- munities .Magrath, Oct. repiesent- ative had the pleasure of attending the opening of ihe new Taylor Acad- emy at Raymond to-day. This splen- cost of about amount i was raised by the people of the Taylor and Alberta stakes of the Church of 1 Jesus Christ of the I-atter Day Saints j by liberal donation. The greater part j of the amount lias already been paid. fact You can-aJ-Vv-avs -enjoy 'veur meal? at- the V Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have put this cafe to the- front in less than four months. COIEMAN'S VlrUnViL UUJi f ball, I in Co- was sueut. S. wnich is a very commendable the dry season. j U is a magnificent siructurel The i outside is built of pressed brick and beautifully ornamented. It is loe ated on. a. slight rise overlooking the i town and a i'ine view of the surround ling district may be seen from the top i storey. The interior is very attract ,ive aad has every modern conveni ence. The most up to date system of beat Ins. has been installed, and the build ing v.-ii] be lighted by electricity j There are seven large, well lighted [class fitted with adjustable principal's office, teachers rooms, auditorium, gymnasium and j laboratory. The auditorium, is 35ft. ioil; nigh, DISTRICT NEWS "Ij" ChLLiJL wiicii is the first nas a seating capacitv for about four eman. A pleasant .social time, KU71riroA -.noM.r. CENSURE JUDGE WILL Toronto, Oct. a result ofi Judge Winchester's inquiry into the; management of the isolation hospital j Coleman, Oct. Tuesday ev- some censure, will be given to hundred, people. A large stage has j been "built for operas., etc. The gym nasium Is the same size as the audl j torium, and will be equipped with al modem apparatus.; This part of the is ;berng-fitted up. bv the ing- the town, council met with alt j responsible for the laxity displayed] the members in attendance except I m the past management, and to those Councillor Morrison. .After some dis- j employees "who were carel-ess in pass- cusskm the council decided to ceed -with the .building oi a bridge on. Second street, and also one at west end of Coleman, known as Slav5 Town. The Improvement oJ Third and Fourth streets was referred back to the committee, as was also the. report on the fire brigade. Additional] electric lights will be placed in Slav] Town and also on the hill as rrOEl ,Q TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A. Masonic Lodge will foe organized at Bassano. Bowes, a Saskatoon hurt while sliding down a banis- I ter at the King Edward- school .and The Mormon church had in erecting such a building was to give the young people a .thorough j Knowledge of educational and theologi j'cal topics. Courses are offered in j preparatory high school, '-theology, domestic arts and science, manua] training and music. Physical culture j will .also be taken up. -cut the instruct- hoy. i or-for this, department has not yet v die with concussion of the brain. arrived, but is week. g. A splendid faculty has been secured, the head of which is a graduate of as possibi-o- D. Davis and H. Holmes formed 3.1 _, _ _. deputation representing the Haliiax, >i. exhioiuon. had a de-ithe university of -Utah-and Chicago Reform League to request-.the as- j of j university. The staff'fs, as follows: Distance of the opposlag tho i -At Kingston three farmers were i Bramwell B