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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS, (WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920 SECOND SECTION ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN VOTE ON THE CHILDREN'S SHELTER BYLAW THURSDAY Children's -Aid: Society Have About For b That Purpose Win METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING ON SEPT. 1ST The. Lethbrldge District _of the Al- berta Conference of (he'Methodist church1 will meet in Wesley church, Tomorrow, Thursday, burgesses o( the city -of Lethbrldge, who are as- kesscJ on Iho last revised assessment roll, are enllllcjl to vole on a money on Wednesday neir, Sep- tember 1st at 9 a.m. The morning will be devoted to mat- ters of finance, and Ihe afternoon and evening sessions to tho consideration ...-I problem In thojifc of. the [church as follows: 0 business. Fourteen New Me'mbers of Staff Confirmed at Meeting of Board l-'ive I.etltbridge young people, were Bhcllef Tha n tr t 1.11 1 f- (1'111-----uiai.1 IJUt UlUbS- juuLin jrvuiim nuiu I V 1 8 2 p.m.-novotlonal period, conduct-! for duty the, schools In eheltcrlo lake the place o( the prcs-Lu I.cthbridge, at a meeting of the school VJH Add lo Ihe Other. Attractions Until Superintendent Hodgson, de- :ides ILB board will not tike any ac- :ioii In regard to the placing of these Leacliers, as the trustees consider the superintendent should look after The Rhyming Optitiiist (By Aline Mlchaelll.) _ It's c. day of good cheer tor tho cir- cus la hero and I hear the calliope sow; must out (hers lo mats Jrlcuds with the bear and to visit the wild purple cow. I would speak with Ihe gnu and the young kangaroo, I have yearned for their smile many mooes; Just to. Gee-the- fast girl seta uiy head la a whirl and you bet. I will see her eftsoons. In my best Sunday clothes I-will do (ha side chowe, on the eword-eatlng man I will gaze, while I envy his act which must greatly Eubslract from' the cost of his dinners these days. I'd not fancy a meal ot that ccld, shapened steel; but with squds on the wing as they ara It must be pretty-fine to bo'able lo dtao ou a tender, Tvell-oden'sclmitar. But the price oMhe gnib cannot bother a dub Trhen the baby, hippo comes In sight and. the skinny gjraffe would make any horse .laugh', while tho monkeys nra'eimplr all Tight grand opera's great so the critics all state, and, for drama the highbrows will root; but I'd rather for mine, see the fierce porcupine, and I think the'ant-catcr so cute. II Is oodles D! fuu .when the live skel- eton crawls out of his nice, cozy tent and .the snake-charmer smiles, using serpentine-wiles on her neighbor, the fire-eating gent. There's a circus In so all hall to the clown; he's the chap who puts skids on all care I am longing to see my old pal, chim- panzee, and the lion I'll beard In bis lair. I'll be pulling my freight or I miirhl miss my date wllh old Jumbo, the klnj of tho herd. No granc ior mine when for music I pine for Calliope sure is some bird! schools in .the centre of Hie city. This .subject was brought up when tendaru were opened for coal supply. .It ivaa from suggesledMhal'mil'coal conld te used 1 much cheaper and would give better service. will be asked for a 'supply ot liuf.toal beforo are lei. .V'" Notice given that parents .1 thorough training ID practically all branches of school work. Mr. Tonipkins Is A graduate ot Lhe University ol Toronto history.- He won' five' 'scholarships and entered the university with honor matriculation. He is competent iri cadet and musketry ,work and.served several years as chief clerk in the de- partment or education and was- the principal of Alls consolidated school for one term. He will probably' be French and junior Kngllsh here. Miss Cobb Graduated' rrcrr. thsUni- versity of Alterla with special stand- ing iu French and English... She Is rccomcndcd as Lhc best of Alberta's graduates in French conversation. It is likely sho will be employed in French and English here. Clinton graduated, from Queen's University in English and History with first class honors' She has had three years experience in public school work nml was two years In tho Clarcsholm high school. She ia well qualified in tennis, basketball and skating. Miss Clinton may bo em- ployed in the English department and will be valuable in the EOC ary" work in the-schoovs. Other public school teachers gaged were Jliss Maude RelsL, Wctaskawin, Miss Jackson, formerly ot Coaldale, and Mr. Lowe ami Miss Fletcher will go to Ilardievillq. The "KEEP TOE C. P. R. EndeaToring to Plan Rapid Transport of Big Wheat Crop "Keep ths cart moving." That Is a slogan tho 0. P- R. using and li one that all shippers and consignees should keep In the mind, particularly at this time of year. At the first of nest -week th'e flrst ship- ments ot wheat In the div- ision are expected' to be made and from then on the demand tor box 'cars will bo great. II Is Iho deslro of tho C. f. R. to satisfy every shipper in regard to giv- ing him care, particularly where wheat and other grain. IE concerned and In order to bring this about there must be co-oporallon between all concerii- cd. List week a statement was Issued to the effect thnt no shortage of cars will take place In the Lethbrldge div- ision but'this IB contingent on one Im- portant fact and that is that all ship- pers load and consignees unload their cars promptly. So far as. the C. P. It. Is concerned the demurrage collected on cars held after the freo time allowance Is neg- ligible In comparison lo the earning power of a car rushing the farmers' grain to markel. The C. P: R. cHlccs are using this slogan so lhat every office at the company will have It be- fore them at all Umes and every other party who recefres letters bearing this .slogan should keep il In mind- "Keep tho'cara moving." Will Action James Lougheed Thanked For His Efforts should not purchase supplies for pub lie school as a large of those ordered by the school hoan have arrived and mil be ready for distribution when the new term opens, j Application Tjvaa made by Rev. Major Barrow for'. thei.ua t; of the auditorium in Central school. IMfy his Sunday! school.' Tho trustees. Instructed that[ a letter be sent Roy. Mr. Harrow tell- ing him they would prefer him lo find other quarters. They did- not wish 1 to reject his application last night butj wished him to seek another place In the meantime. 'The application set out -that" the Sunday school of SI. August Ire's baa grown that nccomodation at uhurcli is no! sufficient.' the A Kentucky Judge ruled that no limit fan put upon a physician as to Iho number oE liquor prescriptions he cau issue. -_ Is Your Home Complete An affirmative answer can only be given to IhlB rinestlon provided your houee-furnish'inE'i include a-piano by tbe well- known Canadian firm o[ Possibly this Is Just what Is needed to make your sitting- room what you desire it lo be. BEAUTIFUL STYLES. REASONABLE PRICES. YOU'LL- BE DELIGHTED. Willis Pianos limited HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Chairman Crotts, of the Letbtirldgc North era Irrigation district lias sent a leilcr to Sir James Loughecd thunk- iDg him for the latercsL lie lias taken' in the district a ad also giving him some valuable Information couqerning tbe dislrlcL Announcement was_made this morn- ing lhat nas bfeu receiv- ed at the offices or Shepherd, and Rice. This removes duo of the causes for delay. Tbe next slcy ivill be the delerjnlning of the lorin. in- terest and amount of tbe debentures. The letter to Sir James Lougheefl follows: "Eiuce our recent trip over Qie Lethbrldge N'oiLhern Irrigation dislrkl I have ma Jo a careful estim- ate or the losses sustained by farmurs living in tbis district through lack 01 Irrigation and I herewith sub- mit to yon for your'infomiatlon tlie following figures: Normnl wlteat crop of district husbcls.. Losa due lo lack of Irrigation facil- ities, busbels. Value of crop lost to the- "It will be. seen Lliat this amount alone would be sufficient lo construct the entire Irrigation "There are approximately 300 deep- ly involved and discontented farmers living In tho district -at the present Lime whose strongest desire la to dis- pose of their holdings for whatever they will bring and leave Iho coun- try- "With the hlgKly Intensified condi tion of fanning incident lo Irrigation ilis number of farmers upon tbe lau'J would be increased" from 300 to 1.000 and-would mean a total.fanning pop- ulaliou of pursoiis. "This JULTe.use in Tannins papula- .1011 would result fncviUbly in a large Increase of village and town- li011 find a corresponding increase of lar -revenue. 'Irrigation farming makes for liigliesl.lype of fanners and farming cdmmuuity.'Blace froni such fjirming the returns are adeuuatc lo attract the best class of "I trust tlml'lnis supplementary Ju- forniation will he ot BO me interest lo you In your efforlB In our behalf anil J Gjad lo assiBt you Iu any way iibssUiIc. "I itiiinli-you ;for the interest, you Jiave uianifoatc'cl. iii mir district and wisti you. success In all your delibera- tions." DON'T FORGET The only place where you cun get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street Seitfh" phone'693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre the Person Has Eaten Here. And Take His Advice.' The Yale FIFTH STREET'30UTH J Labor Day promises lo be full ot .entertainment. It will start with a football game In Ihe morning anil all night there will be dancing. Tho af- lernoon will Will Try Nut ,003! last night decided to experiment with nut coal In the three Does It you lo put In your limn enllping your cuercy, a lulling your .complexion and your dis- position baking In hoi Mlchcn you can get sutli fully good IHTJH] fron; us fresh every riny. Docs it pay Ic try and find bel- lor bread llian oiira. Try n loa( and let your homn folks answer. 606 Third Avenue South Steadily Growing in Favor JIade from yiuro nutritious, rich, cooling and refreshing. Special orders taken for parties antl Neapolitan, Crushed Cliprrlcs, Pineapple, Strawberry or Cliocolato, HAVE YOU EVER TRIED THE NEW HOT WEATHER DELICACY WATER ICE IN ALL FLAVORS It'a rcry popular these hot days. Your guesls will appreciate II. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. Phone 1929 LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Corner. Elevcnlh Slrcel rfnd Fifth Avenue South J. George Haifpesr Director RE-OPENS FOR IT'S 15TH SEASON, AUGUST 25 PRIVATE ANtf CLASS INSTRUCTION IN ALL BRANCHES BY A STAFF OK CERTIFIED TEACHERS MANY FREE ADVANTAGES DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPE ORGAN, THEORY, MUSICAL HISTORY, VOICE CULTURE, SINGING AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL AND BAND INSTRUMENTS, MANDOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, UKULELE AND STEEL GUITAR. SPECIAL VIOLIN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. The Conservatory School of Expres- sion and Dancing Academy Miss Correne H. Gerber, Principal. ELOCUTION, ORATORY, PHYSICAL, TRAINING, ENGLJSH LITER- ATURE AND DRAMATIC ART, FANCY, CLASSICAL, FOLK AND BALL' ROOM DANCING. PHONE 765 BRANCHES AT TABER, COALDALE, NOBLEFORD AND BARONS CREAM IS NQT A LUXURY It is a food, and a cheap food. It is a necessity; The food control provided sugar for ice cream during the war. Eat Ice Cream. It is nourishing and maintains health. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD.' PHONE 1576 ;