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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 6, 1920 TIIE LETHBRIIJGE DAILY CIvtmfA Tn Have Booze iiaimea 10 itaie Taktn From th bridge to. the Hall ranch, aid Md lnlo their I car, Walker went Into the, house and .jrouulm; tho two Lethbrldge men told them he had confiscated their, whisk- I ejr, displaying his Immigration badge Another whukey holdup la irhlch Ho also Ud-takun Jrorn shot wis 'fined, trat ftoone Injured, Poetol of Curley Walker a retol- oa Tuesday morning on he was eirirlng. All went out- Jlontaiu tide of the border on the Cutjslae. Oasejr homing a gun pit Bank Hot4, within a lew miles of Curley Walker's stomach: Casey spot where Henry Jacobaon was kill- and Sheppard Jumped into their car od In a whiEkey-runcero' !Ight just one week-earlier. Two men, Curtey 'Walker and McEwan, are said by the Sweet Grus, Advocate 'to hare been mixed up .In the! affray in vhlch a cargo of Canadian booze was stolen from the Lethbrtdgc 'purveyere and then retaken by them after a chase. Accordlngits the story Curley Walk- er and McEwan with their cargo, of booze loaded In a braod neV car ar- rived at the ranch" dt John Hall, nine 1 miles vest'of Sweet Grass and.asked to be put up on Tuesday night last They Kent to bed and slept peacefully. In the meantime two men, Tom Casey aad Jack Sheppard In Sweet Grass learned, from provincial policeman Ellis.where1 John Walker of the Am- erican Immigration service lived. They west to him, ana with him In their WHERE ALBERTA TAKES CARE OF ITS TEACiRS IN TRAINING PAriE but Curley Walker grabbed John Walk- er and held him. The pair with tho stolen boose made off. Then Curley and McEwan forced Walker to accom- pany them In Near' Sweat Grass they connected with the missing couple. Curley Walker drew gun and flrltig a couple of shots at Caaey'a feet he forced him to help transfer the booze, Then all got.into their .cars a'nd d rove: Into. Sweet Grass. r. It is said that after Casey and Ehep- pard left with the booze taken at the ranch they offered-John Walker ?400 to help get it back. Joha Walker served for four, yeari in1 the great'war and before that time be was with the R. N. W. M; P. The police so far .have taken no ac- tion in the case, so'far as can bo leatned. This is the most recent photograph of tie Normal School at Camroee, Alta., .where Alberts takes care of Its teachers In.trainlds. i ORANGEMEN PROTEST ST. JOHNS, Nfld., Dec. strong resolution passed by the Grand Orange lodge In an extraordinary session, was published in the city newspapers Sat- urday. It condemned tho propaganda of the local Self-Dutermlnatton for Ireland League and demanded that the government prohibit public officials Approximately fifteen 'million biithcTt Of grain have been ship- ped out of Southern Alberta this' fall over; the C.P.R., according to Information- obtained -this morn- ing. Of this quantity practically twelve million bushels were of wheat. It it estimated that two million bush-li of.grain are itlll stored in.tht touth country, of which one million five hundred thousand bushels are whept. Although .tbls.Heavy.lcrop. his been moving fairly steady there has not been any serious, trouble 'experienced by the railroad in moving it. Plenty of-ears have been available at times and this year's crop has moved as rapidly at the wanted to 'thlp it. People's Forum I '.'A WORD TO THE PARENTS 'JMltor Herald Dear .was' iny -privilege last week to accompany the brldge HUn.Sch.pbl debaters to Medi- from taking efi active part in the work of the Irish organization. COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE WINNIPEO, Dec. of the political committee and of the special committee on co-operativo marketing.of the Canadian councirof. agriculture areibelng held here today for the full greeting of Given to Federal Coals by City Claim" Settled. At the regular'. meeting of the commissioners, mUt, this (Monday) morning, the Federal Coals were giv- en an extension of ;a, year of right of way at the, for the purpose' of freedom to orect an aerial. tramway, should It'bo so desired. Mr. Fifth .Avenue A South, -lid .his claim settled for damage, caused to his basement, by he Eewaso backing up and causing flooding, by tha granting of 5100 to cover 1U The commissioners expressed their willingness, an exchange with A.- E. .Ives'; IB ve'lty Jota for property held by him with the proviso that he erect buildings on the lots desired to the satisfaction of tho commlaslos- ers. Amend.monU to various bylawc were considered. Ontario Conservative Leader Association aro busy at exhibition grounds about twelve hundred birds In readiness for judging to com- mcnce Tuesday morning. This Is the seventeenth annual show and prospects are (hit it will far surpass any held for serer- al years. 4 Hon. G. H. Ferguson, ex -minister of lands, forests, and mines: the council which has been called for tomorrow and Wednesday to deal with those mattere.C DEPOSITS IN PROVINCIAL SAVINGS BANK, MANITOBA WINNIPEG, Man.i amounting" to (ipproilmatsly have been made with tho Provincial Savings banks, since they were open- ed for business a few months-ago by the Manitoba government. From 25 to SO-new accounts are being opened daily. POULTRY SHOW JUDGING Today officials of the- bridge Poultry and Pet Stock ACQUAINTED FEW DAYS ELOPED AND MARRIED ST. STEPHENS, N. B., Pec, The elopment of Charles Naufel, East- port, Maine, and Sadie Con-ay, .14v year-old daughter of Charija Carres, of Watorville, Maine, ended la St: Stephens on Saturday with 'a wed- ding. H developed that ths iuir hal only been acquainted a couplo ol dayjw A reconciliailou belireen them aud the girl's parents is anticipated. DOUG. FAIRBANKS WILL ARRIVE IN TOWN THIS WEEK. one of the noblest and finest lines of public service a man or.woman can enter. We have yet'to learn that any- one whose opinion Is valued tas said anything to the This mini- mum then he tob.njgh.. As to the awarding of annual, increments, no school board member has yet Bald how the matter of merit be judged nor is there .in ejisteiice'apy Batistaclory system of judging! Biperience.must count tremendously In .Improving the cine Hat -displayed in regard to the ls froln the horrible suspicion ilebitcs, I am' told is favorltlsni, letthem it and shown their school acUvitlos. I ask tm-lts Inclusion in the'iichedule. At tho debate night more than j During the past few .years .we have live hundred puoplo wore prejent, and 'seen the value of tbo" dollar, descend- Ihelr large; to lnS rapidly but business'Was never capacity, nihuy forced.to etand brighter. The climax Is now supposed .throughput the entire j to have some -of ;I -.hear 'that atHIie debate'held in' those who have becii'doing so.vrell arc LethbrldEa, the Judge, 'Mr-'Blue crltl- now faced with the necessity of econ- clzed the :poor attendance of parents.' omy, teacher, by r'quotiu his this year the way, has been practising continue have Judged'five debates on: this 'ally. "Let-us they say, subject, but-flfTtr have I seen propose to do so at ofj the present. the'expense of the teacher. Why city should ire have such au or Uiey art Injustice the-past year From oho' who was present I learn the minimum In Lelbbrldge was J200 that there wefn not more than a dozen less than In Medicine Hut and 5300 adults, there. _ less than In Calgary and Edmonton. ,It! 'most; discouraging" to are over' fifty "teachers in this young .Lethbridge, .after 'city 'so that Lolbbridge has "econ- btvlng put. so much lime and labor oraized" to tha e'xten't o( or upon this very' -difficult subject to Bnt the profession has ,boen find tb.at, ;With the exception of their underpaid -longer than ibis so that fellow, students, no Interest was shown bo a moderate estimate In.their attempt'to win the cup for of the "savings" effected by the teach, their school. f 11 ere for tho We now wish to In the last few years tbere has been-'draw on our savings In order'to meet a. very groat lack -Of interest shown t'ne loss due to the inflated dollar and in all activities of schools.' 'Are' arc apparently to ho met with cries of tha parents content to "economy." One might as well practise leave (he education 'of-their children economy by paying an account of.flf- entirely to the teachers? Is not pub- teen dollars with a ton dqjlar bill. He', speaking ot sufficient importance; Mr. Editor, If yopfwaflt ianylhlng to warrant Interest and support? jgood you have gof to for It, You I fed sure thaV" yaltetilfoh being cannot got the best, quality goods for drawn to this matter.- the the price of slioddyV r'lf; education Is .people will and not quite up required will accord a better support to the .by tha cltizeiiB if. IS, their own fault efforts of both teachers and students they can blame no crao else. Pay In dovoloplng all branches .of their'-what It is worth and you will soon school life. .V (get-it. Prof. George D. Strayer of Thanking you Mr. Editor for. your Columbia when addressing Bpace, Iain, tho National Conference of American i Tours truly, CHIUSTABELLE SHERLOCIC: 1260, Blh 3. Lecturers -called ,for' the purpose of helplng'wlu the war. said, "If we are to, develop a democracy which Is to j persist we muit-get men and women TEACHERS'-SALARY SCHEDULE trained, fpr thai; profession which Is Letlibriilgo, December -1, 1920. (most important In ilqmofracy. These Tci tho Editor of The Herald: t'nieh and women" wllj bfe malure, pro- U now well known through- fesslonal, skilful ntiil of high Mcala. out the clly'lhe local teachers present- Wo cannot eipect lo get men nnd wo- cd ft proposed scale of salaries to the men of this sort unless we are willing echcol irmlees on Tuesday, Novem- to pay more for work which Is don-3. her 23rd. Although the board wore The ideals of service which actuate then asked for epeedy roply they those who teach will not pay th3 hills have so faf given-none, thus ignoring that teachers havo 16 pay. Is lh.0' matier of ylhe'Uaehers' conrenl- at the present time an alarming short- In common board, age of leacbrtrs and unless more If unwilling to accede (p iha very mod- money Is paid our tchools will be orcn eat fcftlB asked, should have stated less well taught than they havo been this in.tlmelo.allow the teachers who in the past." The fact'is that men so desire to positions elsewheru and women ot tho type here mentioned The only argument so far advanced are conetanlly leaving profession agalistthtt proposed new salary sclicd- and more will do so unless they have Ula s that .Increases should bo by reasonable RiMiranca of n rtocnnt fii- merit rather than length of aorvlce. If turc. The {1200 minimum, lias already ihst Is all (hat la to .be said against been adopted by iho truntani! of Sas- our fcnlo then tho matter could have katcliewnn iu tonvenlloii and by many been eat ly setttoa by this time Wo Miviauai AlbcrU, If you might point put, however, tnat this Is won't pay tho price you cnnnot cspoct an entirely new principle and one (o get the duality. Arc wo to EBO jvblch IB not followed in nny other line, tho Lethbridge public sclionl hoard IVc also lake tho ground that ovory gathered round the-''bargain-crratilor" :eachcr who Is fit to teach nt nil Is ot the profession picking out the worth the imnlmum asked for, J1200. cheap T. A; PRESS CO.MMITTEK. Tho public !haV been told repeatedly ChautaiKjiia apoakers, by the prom- inent men who addressed the largo There one thing -lo bo. said. In rally at Winnipeg, and by fnvor of American girls who marry tycryoody who appreciates Hio.slluK- foreign noblemen: -they are nut mer- tcachins profession Ls conary, FOUR DAYS MORE The .Sate That Saves You RM Money On You Buy We have been kept very busy; the response has been wonderful. We are not letting the interest lag., The inert Startling bar- gains of the whole nine days will be offered for the balance of thii week. LOOK OVER THIS LOT CAREFULLY AND COMPARE OUR VALUES WITH V t Heather Hose (Cashmere) Girls'Black Tights Regular ta 51.25. Big Boys' Overcoats Regular Girls' Velvet and Plush Tarns Boys' and Girls' Black Ribbed Hpse. 40c 36-inch Habutai Regular SZ.OO Children's Bonnets 50c Ladies' Blouses Regular S16.00 and J18.00. Men's Heavy Socks 50c Regular up to 85c. 50-inch Sealette Plush Per Yard, Regular 515.M 8x4 Sheeting 88c Regular Value Women's Combina- tions Regular iS.OO Knitting .Wool Grey Only. Per Ib. Regular Greatly Reduced .Prices On All pur Trimmed Coats Quarter Off Values. 36-inch Fancy Col- ored Scrims for 3 Yard. Regular 60c, SPECIALSALEOFDRESSES Silks xTriccftettes, Gergettes Serge values at Tricotine