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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Alii THE LOCAL WHERK YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF IJVE LOCAL NEWS APRIL 28.1920, LETUPRIUGE. ALBERTA, PAGE Suggestion Acted .-Business Methods Will'Be The school trustees.will In fnturo make a regular practice of visiting the schools. At ft meeting of the board held on.Tuesday, tho suggestion ol the Iler- in this regard was very'favorably viewed aud discussed. It was coiiBld- cred ttat H would ntak'o the trustees "belter trustees." A renuirk as. to the time which, will -be -taken up in the practicd brought i reply that the men spara'timo for what are con- outside- ihetr own par- ticular'Business are geuera'ly the bus- iest ot men..-iThe following resolution was accordingly put and passed: 'That theiboard establish tho'prac- tice ot of the members to the so that eacl may At leasl once visit all schools lr, tho district! during school hours; ond that Trustee Terrill be convenor lor tits purposo." Business. Resolutions Two important resolutions, with sense u: business principles, being brought to hear with regard to trans fictions on behalf cf ihe board; wer< introduced -by Trustee Terrlll and adopted. These were In regard to ac- counts which tlio financial committee of the hoard were 'railed oh to 0. K., and in respect to reports submitted. The presenting of tlie latter, to be tho tiuio the hoard met, was regarded as not IOHE enough for them (o receive the close attention they should have, and it consid- ered advisable thut thoy should bo placed in tlie hands, of the trustees before the of .the board so that thoy could individually go into them thoroughly. The, reso- lutions were- as.follows: "That tho secretary havo prepared order hooks showing, each order given out in tripHcalo, the to remain in. book; two copies to be given to do storekeeper or tradesman, one of returned with tho goods and be signed by the person re- ceiving 'the same, or on completion of work done; this copy to be sub- mitted .with account, when rendered, and that .the .secretary he instructed to advertise in.tho Lethbridgo Herald that, on and after May 1st, 1920, no accounts will be paid iy'this boarc unless accompanied 6y such signet 'VThiit-'copieS-'of any'reports to-te ing suitaole quarters in the village, he commititeB ajniflnted to: report end act oo the nme recommended hat it is not advisable that the bjard hould, embsrtc on asy of ,pur- a residence. The recommen- dation was adopted. ff ff fy ff ff ff "Jvi ''f'fy USES AIRPLANE TO BEAT TRAIN VANCOOVEK, B. C., April keep a business engage-, meat in Calgary, Patrick Lud- Sow is being carried by Lieut. frim in an aeroplane to vatch the '.Canadian Pacific train, w hi he missed hero