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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S THE LKTIIBUIDGE DAILY HERALD y, September li, li 'Only Two Yaeaut Rooms Despite General Now .Buildings tcv lsTC your aiEK WHO USID AUTO TO CARRY OUT OARINQ PKANKS CAP- TURED mf Twl of continuous tti- j Tier with Ibt Public' j Sf cool Board, led 1 to M- j apprrciatiea o! the i-crJlal 1 fcupputi th? has jivfn duc- to t ill bo TMs lUtetr.fnf. Eluid at tjn Mbwl beard lENUns last Iv J. D. His- Inbothftal In i ifce Lfcwiil? of i Yc'jr rev U i W.- A. dp Supt. ol A'JTKNDASCE BKPOKT List cl tcacnm :ri ICf schools, with -nrelmpnt aud pu- pils druaruoJ of tiste the In 11 1 i 3 I HIGH SC1100I. -Mr. Hodgson Mr. Dobsoc ____ MiH Henntlt _.. Mlfs Fither Vr. Grer.......... "Jf. slated otgiulifitioa. buHd- fD? aeto.pinJoiaOoa rears 'of irhfa H lif Now. tte lict baf to llebt !thn on5y two ara Iftft vacant Ihi city's mciers schcMls. Ore erf 'Uuso Is Is anil in Fleet Crap bis rtmoted itora FltcttooJ tor ifor tie but SuvsrintsaJeat staled Iftal rilgbl that tie L room -would likaly MTe to op- tlie CtrUtmas holtlJari. At school j jyoTiilMloB. it appears as ii tie city W forced lo go bact to the I sctsolj. Mllbln year. Tbfi in nrhool vup- (a tbe past 7esr IB North liKbbridBe. Hera tbe Huiie: vllle and Gtlbraith scbools hive besn IB thit tine. Of tbe tea j B. rooms oas li meant. Suoeiio- j jiiis MrNVo ,__. Livingston, of Ko. inice. In- Smith BrjperlntwidKit UfttnUton, of J XII XI IX IX Ttital pupils ___ Miss Buchanan ._. In. nw rf growth, ot j M.s. R _..... iTiaUlti ItTViru '-u a" Gt8V _ Mils HatiJt JItts DLIID >EiFs Tienboltne ,t dtf schools i fair Tin his opinion. It wo until 6t-oaM be cftedwl ctoal population tbat, '.Mr. i very j room; I Total -fs tbo I -N'en- pupils >t TOPOTI of Superiuteud- I 1 I 11 11 itr ui IV IV v v VI VII VIII be or sii KINDERGAHVKN _ Asbton ____ K lent flthalloi presented to the Board MUs N'niris K hiutt nlgbt. deik vary fyUy trith ji'.leKleace for ibis terui to HESSIVE REPORT -h- Boaid of Ediitattcn, wot my. reports lor tbo EKKOLMl'-N'T Toe to i' 1335, Tcial pupils ____ FLBKI'H'OOD Miss Miss Currio Miss Jliss Witeiraan Miss Rowden Miss Birch this H ai "increase ol a4 August Jir 1912. The nnciber of aew pupils is i 173, almoit tke number reported for ''A'Jj-jrt, Tbe enrolment for ,S5pt. 1912, was 1375. This number I 1 II' 111 IV VI VII VIII as I! 46 in 31 31 37 3t 26 37 31 157 13 2? 2', 13 25 38 30 35 llauolff. Sept. U.-Tot. Citwr ifcc Hamburg automobile; twr.dits, ulio.bottJ tbe Communal j basV at WiUwtaittitc, alMr; il-ootif-j the rasbirr vis checV-1 fd fill; (oJar. it Osletoir, filtvM atlfi ot ibis ciK. the robbcis was klHfi and the ctbet raplureil ia a leiolrer battle police sod teadatnsi. Thf too bandit appealed at Braun- vhfie they mutdeted bed a hotPl-Veeper. Ttcv escapM troiti that bul were drtected j later by tbe police at OitsroJe, wbile attemplitig to buy tew clothing. barricading tr.emse.Ues in a the roUvjs opened oc their pur- sucrd. oof iuembsr ot tbe aad -rouniiing another in the head. sulphur finally drove Ihein from tr.eir Jbalter acd in :he ol bullets' directed at them. j nhile they made i dash for tlie open oce.uf bandits fell dead. His corapanioa was orerpoHfred: m wm BEST 33, BONES OF MEN KILLED IN LAKE ERIE tATTLE INTERRED IN 33 MEMORIAL CRYPT 35 i rut-In-Bay, Ohio, Sepr. 11.-With -M loleiun religions services participated !siln npreiinlatiTfS oi tke United States and Bciclsh and im- niililary eiercises, tbe re- mains o( Hie sir AmcricAn acd Bril- 1 ish officers tilled In ibe battle ot LaVe Erie one hundred years ago yes- disinterred, from the bur- lUl plot on tte short, at Put-In-Bav Iclacd. where they have reposrd for a crnjuiy in tbe crypt j marked the conclusion ol the'ceaten- I nial celebration of tbe battle of Lake j Erie, comnieinoratHng oae bundrej years o( pwc. betnesn English, 31 I speaking peoples. NEVf TEACHHRS Miss Dieseth, Grade I, Wes-tmins- irr Miss N'orrii, Kiailcrgartra, Cen- tral Reid, Kindergarten, Wfjrt- -fotsl Kir.stcr Miss MiiCall, Kindergarten, .Westminster Miss Xivcn, Supenis- WBSTMlKSTEIi or of Music-, Mr. W..Gray, B. A., Mathematios, lliji Schori. -Miss D. E. Xiujmoas rejouis tie Jtafi after laving enjoyed a year's of ab- sence granted bf tbe Board. SPECIAL. DEPARTMENTS The work in tbe special depart- .rnents la >ery well already. j jjr am looking lor tie active co-oper- ot tbe regular ncd special teaoh- jcnajni.5 v ers in maiing our school.program eJ-{ This "Mr.dtng tbe Tfbole boy j {o sympathetio operation among all departments, or j Toial ...._......; N'CK- HARDIEV11.LK Mr. Framf ..........t II to IV Miss Goodman I 194 30 Kiss Reid Miss McCall........ Miss Diesotb Hiss Kianey ,___ Miss Gillrie .____. Hiss Flttt____.. Miss Halptpny _, K K 1 I II in IV 37 43 SO 20 33 2.S 3S .It 3! 59 OF DON'TS" bk Advice Glyen by PHIIMel phia'i 'DjrfVor of PubUc New York. Sept. the irapof tanoe of tte. small boy as a. 5U atcloHB ffcctor in titt starthi; of the contra] oflae a! Hie Boy SoonK o in'tbls city ir lj' out to ita irwlil; bnUotiB to the Boy 3g Scouts a Kit fof two 'doxen 33 Don'ts" oomoiled br Portw direclor'of pubJJc phlL The Hat 4s of an articii VI 3 JELLY POWD'ERS 4 for BLUE RIBBON TEA 3tb pkg. far... PHE3ERVINO FRUITS ar- riving fresh dally. Peachcl, PlumB, Orib Applet ai thtlr btit IMPROVED JABS j- per o Qts., per yz Onl.'dox ijilMO Glea raway Qearaway! CARPETS Not much mr.alrji el our graje HfiUle FlirnMrkiii ui{ keurs lo i, fur FLOOR OIL yard, for MADRAS INLAID per jM' CURTAINS BRU38EL8 OR 9UNOAUOW rr.luts for A cleerway of WtLTONS, BRUSSEW OFF USUAL The Bentley Company, Li To fuxnjfcb a to jive tbe bojs some cidrt drill. Thy- slcal Director Kilmer propowis to ha'T( a Comp at lee Vrlday and Kituidaj- of lie -.till atslited by Hiin- cipala and Fraict ar.d Messrs. Oilmorc and Itoberls of H.e.Y..V.C.A.'Tbn> rluces (rial soft lustre of mfch id -laitdrarr, itching inr half. fair- Don't allow oilj-ragd near or about the premises. Don't alfow sawdust to fce used in iftpldtrrs or on floora. throw In a fire- place. I3on't t'irow oifarettes or oigare Don't keep matches in paper boxes j ov lying about Don'l lire snapjjInB parlor matches. Taboo thorn. IJon't' forget Ihat mateten are thoj beginning of many conTlairatVoiit: Don't hang plolbin? near open] firef or stores. Don't fill after and norer w Don't on fire e Uon'i wlnrty d, nr leaves wi haUwaya or dead crua fo have j ,Doi't to look" at erery- tbnt looks Vht fire. Don't everything to (lie )aod- lorrl; Inspect bulWiog. I fall "to notJfy the chlftf of tbe j fire detriment anylbEng you may icj'iie flfe that every! dar lire prevention. Don't fail to the UID represcnlntlvtj of thp. flre or the firemen i ihemaolvea cvfry opportunity to make Mreful hxamlnation of your prop- j erfy. They are trying to. help you. Thousands of Koy fc'could throngh- ont the country are- learning three tn> wliJi a (o "FtT'joianjfiip Uadgos.1' AN' UNHONOHKD J'KOPHKT Vlayor Gaynor of New York Died Suddenly Kront. Page) "What IB a "You father ousM to know: He married "But I didn't that pa hid been marricJ forts to'-hast en. tbo building of new The Mayor slso said it, was crablem- Llc of JntenUon to "clear the Secretary' Ariamson receixx-d. the ablegTAtn announcing I ha .Mf while be was at his home Ii: Krobhlyn.. Mr, Adamson notified Mrs. Gaynor at the Mayor's country home at f4t. .Tames, and .then entfea to reach by telephone Adolph Tj..'Kllne, the acifng-mayor, who uEll.'bo Now York's chief executive ijnlll tiie inaug. nratfon of Mayor succeBEor, to N'ovembtV. Mayor the at tempt on his'.ijfe made by an at H.obolten'i.ln August, 1030, On tbls occasion, the Mayor had rtecldBd (o Mke'a brief-TBwttlon under much (ha same- clrcimifitances BS when he left here a Tcok ago. ]fc wfts on the dock of the steaxner, KaUcr der Orosw with frier.di, In thfr of a of'cltj officials at tbe time. this {rfendly. ring. John J, Gallagher, the vionM-bo axftanfn, mado unobserved. When llie Mayor he drew a revoltar fired a Tbe bullet pfttiefrfltc3 Mr. Oaynor'g throat. Ha from this aerlouH iojurr for tnaoy weeks, hut finally rccovermj to a tut- ficlent degree to enftblo bim to ro- mmc hit duties, apparently none thfi esperloncQ until rccenUyi when the wound to tro'.iblo KiuV Hit Carter WiUlara Jay Oaj'nor was torn on a arm near -Whllealoyir, NT- n 1873 young Gaynor -rsnt to Brook- yn, and bfcarr.e a report- er. Two years'later he was admitted o Uie bar. i 'From dmtfi, Jaynor lived in the'rivtdsi oncn ff no Is iippn it- "Sa ftda' 'lea' Is fn auih popular faror Ib: many- people saluUag a pic' et wherever aten, i ;