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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL .THE LOCAL NEWS WHKRE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1920 I_ THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEW3 SECOND SECTION SECOND SECTION PAGE SEWN All City Schools Are Well Staffed For Opening of Fall Term Wednesday Superintendent Hodgson Has Everything in Readiness- Five New Teachers on Staff of High School. i The Rhyming Optimist (By AllneyMiohaelis.) Say Hello" to Great Falls Soon; Talk by Long Distance Everything full trim for the reopening of tba BChools tomorrow. [Wednesday. Superintendent Hodgson was busy" all Monday evening "inter- parents as lo prospective- ar fungements for their children, ill xacaucies In the starts of llio various Kciiools have been died, 'With Iho exception of .this High school lucre f.ra uot many changes as regards feachers. The High Echool starts with pracll- lally a new sufl. the'only old mem- bers being Mr. Crawford ami .Mr- Wade. The new members are as fol- lows- Miss Clinton.'H.A.. ni charge of Huglisll. She Is :i graduate of Qui-cnV University. Kingston, aud a 'specialist ami History. BliKB coniiiig'ivesl. previously to lay- ing up her new duties at Lcthbndge. Kiss Clinton tauglit ill Ihe High school pi ClarcsiioVni. Miss Cobb. ll.A. a graduate of. the {University' of Alberta, wiy-.have, full pharge of lliu-French dasscs imi will teach modern history i" some of 1 iht! classes. Miss Cobb is considered by Profepsor Pelleut. of the Univers- ity of Alberta, to be the best In oral Frnnch ainouB the University gradu- ates. She lias-taken tbo Fife Memor- prize In history and first-class lion- prs hi' all her ivork. She has been tcavhiug in Lacombe during tho last Mr.. TompT'ns, B.A., of Toronto, m- lbe I'nlvprsity. winning flvs 'BCliolarsliins, tind- 'hiaintained bis standing his university course, speciallzins iti classics and Jilstory. Its will be In charge of Hie the High school and i" ndditlon, take' general lilslory work. DiiB last position waa principal ot Ails I has also been clerk in'tho department of tea lion in. province. Mr.. Tmnp- "Went "overseas-In 191C as a lien- tenant In the HlEt'and also served in lue Siberian expedition.1 Mr. Lonsberry'-'B-A., is a specialist ;fn of Toronto University hml was fornferiy principal of the plaresbolm Hlfelvi.chno.1. He-has fctrongiy Yeco'jnm'ended by the niiu.the high Kclioni.inspector.VHe will have charge tat the' mathematics High Lethbridae will be able to call up Uncle Sam in a day or to and say -'Howdy." Announcement was made tJday by John Dow. local manager of the "provincial .government tele- phone system that.long distance connections between Lelnbridge and Great Falls via Sweet Grass would be available this week. toll charges have not yet been definitely decided. In Montana, the Mountain States Telephone >nd Telegraph Co., a subsidiary of the Bell Tele- phone system, controls tin tele- phone sysl-ni. F. E. Farwell Is district manager. A couple of. weeks ago Superintendent Pearce of the Alberta system visited Great Falls with the result that the interchange of long distance messages was decided upon. The distance between Lelh- bridge and Great Falls is about 260 miles by wire and good .'ser- vice should be possibles The line .runs via Shelby. The new ser- vice should prove a great boom to Lethbridge business men.. c 9 _ PORT OF MISSING M.EN Where Is Frank'I.eary? The Herald has been asked by Alice Sauer of Durdelt to help locate him. Leary (3 a vet- eran of the great .war aod waj last seen in Calgary on Juno 14, 1320. .Miss Sauor would like tq secure Infofmallon from anyone who knows his where- abouts. (By- Allue-Mich.iclii.) Do you know o'Kauy reason why we like out Why wa long co lap up strawberries and creatu In tbo' month- of February when the coal man Is eo merry, and why wnter-1 melons figure- in our dream? In the sultry days ot Summer, when heat puts folks on the huininer aud thenuoffl- eters ara shrieking ninety-eight, why do girls doll up la It be they h.av6 no feellu' or do you think they ra oaly tempting Fate? Have you tried to figure, truly, why no want 'em so unduly, fruits wo kuo'.v are hanging just beyond our reach? How. by some strange dispensation, "other chaps get c-auli good the other fellows'-girl" Is such a Many, theories, have been offered, but the best one ever proffered Is Just this: It's that Is allv and since Eve first lamped the apple; everyone has had to grapple with a longing for llie things beyond the wall Distant hills have loomed the fairest, distant, lips have smiled the and ever. guards Ha pot of gold..'So-men's hearts are ways for. Iho pathways rthesl turning, and the faintest star cir dream's Kill longest hold. All lla reaching. striving all his hunger for arriving Is the thing keeps ol'l Earth upon '.he go, and 1 this Is Just'thV-reason that like lings out ot .season', and the ladles ear-straw h'aU buHn the saow. Cwp Shipments This Year Iffl Be Nearly Fifteen Times Total Shipped Last Year Only Bushels of Wheat and Bushels of Other Grains Shipped in Drop From 1915 Record, But This Year Will Make Up 'Much- Lost Ground Hunters' Delight, September Morn, Will See Thousands Answer Call Ducks will be man's one thought from daylight tomorrow for some time. Lelboridge's male population will start to slide tonight and It will continue as each day progresses, tomorrow see Kalllng horn thirty-nine bus'hsli in 1315 to two ciilliua In 1'JI'J' is the history of Southern Aluc-rui lhat has put many farmers In serious financial difficulties. Figures, au- nounclug this moraine to The Herald show ttot dut of the south c'. were shipped, from last year's c, the euJ of this month approximately! im, V. f I Raymond waa higher with of wheat. Olhei1 points foi Welling bushels ot wheat; Sprlug Coulee. 3.200 bushels of wheat; Caruston. bushels of wheat; is arus. Herald Seven Persons byshels of wheat; :ouniry i Whllla. 1.600 bushels of wheat; Win to I mfred bushels ot wheat an( other grain. Tho duck season opens on Septcra bar 1st.- Long before the sun scatters two million kinds .This. uuhiiuia WL fci bushels ot "grain ot ail Bow-Island.'1.20U bushels of wheat; Burdett, bushels ot wheat; fact Is not disheartening ot as each day progresses, tomorrow see ,j and hushels ol other gram: jao mg perhaps, fte tersest decline. present crop far wheat and CInnlnm- RUrlmSS iniS Uguri. It mil _, 1i. Orjssy 'Lake. 3S.OOO bushels ol wheai j'snfi hiishels of other grain: Tab _v" nnf her s.- ong eo rays ot heat over thts section, of the Up prairies guns will be oiled and cars els and th will be moveo Ihrough the sloom and lit Cigar Uoxes Now Taxed And Smokers Will Have To Fay Up Ihose.weeds so many likelust'aftcv supper and which smell un mother's curtains so are likely to .us forced by .the efforts ot Sir Henry in trying, to square off Canada's war debt. Tho boxes that carry such pretty, pictures, are now under the new .revenue-taxes.- Cigar boxes' 'sola manufacturers 'of cigars are' Kiiblecf at Iho time ot I silo to the cigar manufacturer to a Ux at the rate of 1, per cent. Tho cigar manufacturer is not regarded as the consumer in respect of. packets for his prodiict. The.value of cigar boxes 'is presumably in the" cigar "'-eiuriirVcelling" of. his produc and in this way Iho Us Is collected theroon when sold by' tho'manutacWr Paper boxes -sold by. 'tha: manufac- turer thereof; :of Dalhoasie. will leacri general work, mostly to Grades and. X.'-Ho has been.principal ot (he Waimv.rtght school for the "--1- BTO years.''.. P.iiblic Schools Staff past IE Will Go To Coaldale Wednesday To Meet .iriniors of That Place hunters ilhcr grain; FIncastlo. IV.: 10 14 cmimi-v." million bush- 000 bushels of wheat, Purple Spring.- year I.fel, to a d when only I other grain; Coaldale busheh "a i of wheat; LcthbrldBe. bushels o Will Yield Avirage of One Ton Quality Hirer to-.he-ugea for. tiacklng.'such nmnufac- lurcr's product or when sold to wholesalers or jobbers are subject, at tho tlmo of sucfi silc to a tax of one per eent and to im adilltipnal tax of one per cent, when sold 'otherwise than as container of their products or by such manufacturer, wholesaler .or y s In the public sf.hools there nre the joliber. Paper boxes soldi by the following now .teachers: new principal., ot Mr. Low is Hardieville p.UU UU" j ii hi taking-the place ot Mr. Martin. He will have- for his assistant Fletcher, of Edmonton, who lias taught Tor six-years In Manitoba. Mr. Low has been teaching near Carmailgay. Dtlier new teachers in tho various are Misses Benoou, Beers. Heist, Fllnn, Snuires and Tho Central school staff for the tomlng term'will be: J., Davidson Principal; T'. Collins, vice-principal' Miss Miss M Smith Miss Olive Williams C; Miss Margaret Smith. Oradt manufacturer thereof to' retailers subject to tho sales tax'.ot two per cent. Manufacturers are.not considered as consumers In respect-to-articles sold o them to be.Included In their pro- ducts Laundries lire considered as consumers in regard lo such items as dyes and soap.- f The' ta- u? nianuiacturers, wholesalers or jobbers at the time of purchase of gobds' may he Included in the selling iirice and chnrged to tho purchasers provided ft la not Included ill the amount upon -which profit is The lax'which Is collect- I.ethbrldge's Junior baseball pjiiyer are commencing lo reach efforts for scalps 'and tomorrow the will their first out of town gai when they will try to bring houfe thei -bacon from Coaldale. They journey there tomorrow afternoon in time--to. !commence.playing-the juniors ot that 'district at G.15 -T the' Cethbrtjlgo- Star team are Fargfj catcher; Desriibrid, first-base; Boh Kergon, second base; ;S. Ilpli.third baso; N. Gaeger, short .'slop; -John Garret, centre J.-Wyley. left field and T. Ferguson, right field.- This offers a good'opportunity to show the juniors that many are Inter- ested .in their games their ef- forts to make senior standing. A good following'from-Lethbridge.. to Coalilala would give the boys n great deal o encouragement. The second .cutting of alfalfa is noi on In several points in Southern A berta, W. A. Hamilton, of farm Pro ducts reported wtliii morning. Th cut'lag is no.tigenefal as yet, most o it-being Coaldale d! Tlie- second jdeld; will be light, bare- piie ton Ip tlio acre he had'abd then Dad will ta'.._ at his pocket book and go work again. High Cost of Shooting It will sure be rough on the packet ook; this year, ilegals arc selling at L.15 a box and a case. Can- ck's come ten cents higher a box and 2S.75 a case. Nl'.ro Club are way up n the sky. and even Sovereigns are up, holding their own with Regal. Guns ire costing, a good price Ibis pumps -selling in Lethbridge lu the neighborhood of ninety dollars. And hese are not the only expenses of a hunting trip. This year it will cost almost as much as to get married. wheat and eraln. bushels of othtii wheat; wheat; Fofemos-- Etzik'oii' The figures from the different ship pin's points in Ihe south tell uouils lo steD In with see'd anu otter assist-. ance Prom Coutts only six hundred! WOO bushels s 'rom Stirling the shipment of wheat approximated bushels.. From New Dayton farmers shipped bushels and from Warner the shipment totaled 4.200. Sillk fiver shipped bushels of wheat and bush- els ot other grain. UL Jt 43 Jll gh'anility, Jlr. Hatniltsn said, Al alto-meat Isrbeinp'ground by, Mr. Hamilton's firm ipeg, he' 14. run on counters 8-predicled as.the.resuU.ot a.ruling y Prohibition 'Commissioner a( Vashinsion that raince pies may casoned with licjuor. A huslrahd and wife, believing each other to have 'been dead for years met on the street at Wheeling, W V. Tho woman fainted. Both lia been reported drowned in 1913. Mlaa Glfcnc'lla Hardy, Grade Mis JPipes. Grade 4; Miss Nan De lionn. tirade 4; Miss FleU, Grade bliss Trcnhblme, Grade 3; Miss Rob Ertson, Gradq McLeod. (Trade B- Miss Bowie's, Grade" 2; Miss Bu- chanan, Grade'1; Miss Ilee'rs, Grade Mrs. McKenzic, Primary; SHss Kindergarten. Kleetwoojl Uranclow, prin- .Miss Brodie, Grades fi and 7; filiss Reiss, Grades C and 5; Miss .Tack- 5 and 4; Miss I.cah Youits, Urade 3; -Miss Jcpson.'Grado 2; Miss Grades 1 and 2; Miss Sang, primary. Bruce, principal; Hisses lintcman, Hutlou, Hamilton Jfcrr, Sutherland, Fllnn, Jackson. Birch, Misses Valentine, Uvlngatone, Marrs Watson, Main, .Kerr, Sqnlrcs. i'liysical instructor. George McKII [op, who takes the plnce of Mr. Fllmer >vho lias accepted tho position o hliysical Jnstructor 'at the Y.M.C.A at, the Initial salary o DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your SUDDS repaired by prac- tlcal shoemakers is at _ Hutton Perkins 41SA Filth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre able at the time of sale- must be shown as a separate Horn and charged on the Invoice to the customer.' Manufactur- ers, however are permitted to absorb one cent, tax when selling goods their own manufacture direct to tailers or consumers. They arc held sponsiblo for the-two per cent, on I sales lo retailers-or consumers. Is Your Home Complete An affirmative answer can only be'given .to this, question provided your housc-furnlshlnss include a' piano by lbe well- known .Canadian. Hrm of Magneto Repairs uncertainty Service station for T.H.C. Magneto Work. E. J. O'SUULIVAN Proprietor The North Lethbridge Garage 317 13th Street N. Phone 6.40 Edmonton, Alberta is fn iiii od condition and is of tees appolnted-betora are still working hard. A meeting will be helft tonight In Lethbridge between representatives of the. local club .ind the Coaldale body; Arrangements for the big baseball carnival are proceeding rapidly but are not concluded yet. t? BANK CLEARINGS OPEN FOR INQUIRIES August 31st, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 3 p.m. to p.m. WHO nas naien i Here ikvlv And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET you cannot pny cash Inqulro atimit our Credit I'lan, whereby a ftiiilDiit can pay for her oi his ojvn tuition otter graduation. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 413 8th Street South Lelhbridgc: Phones: I Office 1315 Residence 1531 15 MATCHLESS FOR ICE CR] THE NATIONAL FOOD is more 1ce cream consumed In America than in any other continent on 'arlli. Maybe that, is why tho people of America are Iho healthiest and hardiest nation of fho world he- cnuso ice cream Is llie healthiest food you can lake into your system- it contains ninre nutritive rlepients llian the System demands and in more gen- eroiia proportions. It Is the Nnl1qn41 Kood because It is the food of all classes. II graces the liaiitiuet table, it Is tho dessert for the rich as well as the worMnjjmBn, II is (tic relish of tbo children whether served In Ihe home, at tbo soiia fountain or )n tho pfnny cone. The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Commencing September 1st Lethbridge Milk Producers' Pure, Rich, Pasteurized Milk will be ADVANCED in price ONE CENT per quart, mak- ing it 16c per quart per pint, delivered. Thk raise Is result of an agreement between LethbrldBe Milk Producers whereby the Producers recew. 10c per for production, and.the Creamery 6c per quart lor distribution. II is our aim to give our customers Ihe maximum service minimum cost, n.ualily considered, ana also to place fairly before them Ihc cost of the milk to us plus our chars" for handling. Our Milk Is the finest'in quality, produced locally, ffom healthy pasteurized in our Sanitary Glass Lined Pasteunzer. Milk too'ay at 1fc per quart is' the very cheapest food on the market. Let the children fcolno to school have all they want to. drink and watch results on the teacher's monthly report cards. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR AOQmONAL INFORMATION REGARDINB VpUR MILK SUPPLY. ____.-----. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. Phone 1D29 ;