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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TRB LOCAL NVWt WHERE TOU KPtCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rauun PAOB of UVB LOCAL FEBRUXRY PAGE SEVEN POLLJAXdSE Deduction of Poll Tax From Board's Plan Fur Sub-Normal Children friction lias arisen toe city council and the school board orer a slatomont forwarded by the former, In which the amount o( ill poll tax owing; by individual teachers is de- ducted from tha sum owing by the city to tho board, and Intsrost iu ad- vanes is charged on suna advanced. Tho inattGV was lakeu it Ihe regu- lar meeting of the trustees of tho pub- lic schools, auil ciie finance committee were voriur'stcd to lake- the matter up tho solicitor of the lioard. toth as regards thfi of the cfty to de- djtct tho poll i.TKl the inix-rebt iu auvauco: the committee to report at the r.oxt repular meeting of the bnard. The secretary v.-ajs instructed to all agreements' with touchers in form by tlte depart- ment of education. I. O. D. E. fcseay Prizes A resolution of high appreciation passed on action of the Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter, I. 0. D. B., in prov'ding prir.es for essay compcti-1 tions on matters to Ca.nad-! ian and Imperial interest. Theee j are to be offered to grades 7 to 12. It is the iiutmt'.on of tho super- intendent to rusk-.- every pupil in tliese grades enter the competition. The essay subjects chosen are: Grade 7: Indian tribes in Alberta, charac- teristics, location und disappearance, tirade 8: Factors in the development of Alberta during the past half cen- tury. Grade 9: Britain's work and problems in the control and develop- ment of Egypt and India. Grade 10: Development of Canadian constitu- tional government. Grade 11: Canada as a linic between the two grent brunches of the Anglo-Saxon race. Grade 12: Tha encircl- ing nations bound by a common heri- tage and commou aspiration. Objtet to A petition was received slcned by! members of the Pentecostal Ansero-1 bly. asking that thulr children de aotj forced to take part in the dancing] exerciser in the schools, as it It con. Irary to tieir Christian teaching. The matter was referred to the school management committee for consldei-t- tlon, and tue superintendent win ask- furnish the with informa- tion as to what IB required In physical culture, with other matters pertaining to the subject. Subnormal Pupitt Superintendent Hodgson In his re- port recommended that In view of the liberal grant given by the department of per cent, of the sal- ary of the a duly quali- fied teacher be engaged and a class room equipped for subnormal pupils. Eighty-four heginucrt wore admitted in February, and he expected that there will be at least 100 new pupils before the end of the present month. The enrolment for January was 2088, as compared wtth. 1888 in the same month last year. Sixty-one new pupils entered in the month, with ifty fire removed. SPRING IS HERE? Spring is hare! It would up pour I'rmn report? received from the north Lust Rev. T. IX Jones cap- a small white butterfly ills hume, and yesterday Arthur .Mcllvena clmsed a white butterfly until ho captured it. Something must be footfug the or warm wea- ther. NEW EXPRESS RATES ARE NOW Very Considerable Boost in Cost of Shippln? Articles By ThU Method 'f INCOME TAX OFFICER WILL BE "AT HOME" X. J. Spedding, income tax insiwK-tor, announced this mor- nlng that he will be "at home" at 211 Sherlock lilock com- menciUK Monday to all desiring, information conccrn- ing their income tax forms. He will not make out the but will asslbt with the giving i ot information und the supply, i ing of forms. Entertainment and Billeting Wives of Soldier Settlers Task of Toe new express rates went into effect this morning. Copies of the- new tariff were received in the local expross office yesterday und today tney are busy looking up the, new rates. The genera! increase on first class matter is thirty-live per cent., twentj-Hve per cent, on seeoml class tv-enty per cent, on cream. On a parcel welghins -one hundred pounds. Bonus to Calgary, the old rate was and the new one is To Medicine Hat tin- ligures are the same. To Coleman the old rate was iliii; and the new one is To Mac- leod the old rate was 85c and the now one is ?1.15. 4 ,-f f. Didn't Reach Province February 1 and C.P.R. Dom't Know What To Do What wilt become or' several cars of liuuor destined for Lethbrldge and which Is heU up east of the province? This question is .iftituting export houses in this city who are directly LENT COMMENCES; CHURCHES OBSERVE DAY Thursday Evening's Banquet Will Bring Merchants Together t Lent commences todav and public and separate schools are closed. In One hundred women are expected the church Ash Wednesday Ui Lethbridge tor the short course for Eoldicr settlers' wives, which opens on February 18th and continues until the 26th. The Local Council of Women SUFF1ELD-LOMOND LINE j are making preparations tor the enter- ________ I turning of these visitors. Free motion picture shows are being arranged and Frank Waddinjton niuy put on his Pierrot show for the ladies, while other forma ot entertainment will also be provided. Besides the one hundred women, many children will have to he looked after. The Local Council of Women have appealed to the churches to take care ot the billeting. The Veterans' HON. C. R. MITCHELL WILL PRESS FOR EXTENSION Hou. C. R. Mitchell, actlm proTin- clal minister of railways, according to a report from Edmonton, will support a delegation from Bow Valley and Gleichen before D. C. Coleraan, vice- president of the C. P. R., in a request for the extension of the Stlffleld-Lo- mond line. The deputation will meet Mr. Goleman in Calgary on Thursday. Where there is a persistent cough or general run-down condition, there Scott's Emulsion is a positive help. Scott ft Bowne, Toronto. Ont. 20-43 USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick, creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich, yellow custards. Scraps of meat, vegetables, fish, etc., strved -with a milk sauce assume an appearance and a taste .which is simply de- lectable. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED AMBITION makes the busi- ness world go round and ambi- tion brings to the top the men and women who succeed. Are you ambitious to study so that, you may enter the arena of business etjuippfd to deliver the goods? If so, rome and inquire or write to us about our courses for ambitious yonng people. Students may enUr our School at any time. Day School. Night School, INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. KEEP ON READING MR. TALKS Particularly interested are the far- mers in the construction of aeventy- five miles of road to Blackle. This district is a good wheat producing area and has not Buffered a crop fail- ure recently. Coloman will Tho request to be substantially same as made for tho past three or four years. Unidentified Ship Out Urgent Dittret. Calls BOSTON, Feb. urgent distress call from an unidentified ship In mid-Atlantic waa forward- ed here today by the freighter Weit Imboden, from Rot- terdam for Qalvitton, The calls were hurel between end laat evening and Vifn- ed with the siimil which 4o net in tfclreini bookt. The poiitlon of the vessel was liven as 36 north, 49.40 weat. The Weit Imhoden whkh wae only 63 miles away immediately went in search of the vessel but could find ne trace of her. Hall has been obtained for the lec- tures. The program as recently pub- lished shows a short coursft crammed with lecture? on subjects of interest to soldiers' wives on the farm. Tho course is being put on under auspices of the Soldier Settlement Board anil the University of Alberta, in co- with the provincial depart- ment ot health. Tho short course, recently finished in Edmonton, was a huge success. There those interested in the course were told to expect two hundred and fifty, and three hundred women with one hundred children attended tho course. BRITISH STEAMER ABANDONED He Climbed Up From a Week One of the partners of the banking house of J. P. Morgan and Com- pany was a reporter on a New York paper get- ting a week twenty years ago. Health, per- sistence and brains can always win. First comes health. Periodi- cal spinal adjustments will keep your bodily machine in first class running order. The new science of health, chlro- things and gets definite results. It is simple, straightforward and sensible. Just now chiropractic adjust- ments are restoring health to sufferers from such seasonable dlceesee ss coughs, colds, bil- ious headaches, lung ailments, kidney derangements and sore throat. ACT TODAY Consultation to wHheui charge or HYiTuM JUNE i. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 2M Sherlock Block. Phones and 1441. MONTREAL, Feb. British steamer Bombardier ha.s been aban- doned in latitude 40.IS north, longt- tuda M.tO west, according to a wire- less message picked up by the Cape Race, Newfoundland, station and re- layed to the offices of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph company here. The message came from the steamer Mount which announced It bad taken off all the Bombardier's eruw; Mount Clay said that when lust leen the Bombardier was sicking rapidly. o. eox PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 54 Addle Building 312 Third Avenue South services are being conducted. They commenced at 9 o'clock this morning. In the Anglican churches special ser- vices are also being held. In St. Augustin's church special missionary services commenced this morning and will continue until next Wednesday, both days inclusive. Holy Communion was celebrated this morn- ing at 10 o'clock, and an address was delivered. This afternoon at 4.15 o'clock a special children's service was held. Rev. R. H. Hobinson, of tlio Pro-Cathedral, Calgary, missionary speaker. the special MENNONITES CONSIDER GOING TO ALABAMA MOOSE JAW, Feb. oC the Mennonites from the Herbert dis- trict were held in Herbert yesterday afternoon and last night, when agents from Alabama put proposals forward for the removal of the Mennonitos from Canada to Alahamu. For the lirst district convention of the Retail Merchants Association in Southern Alberta elaborate plans are being completed in Lethbridge. Thurs- day night retail merchants from many centres in the south country will ga- ther iu Kirkby's for an evening's busi- ness. Particular attention is going to be paid to affairs of interest to motor car dealers, .fas. Kotlas, provincial secretary, has communicated with the local organization asking a good repre- sentation OL such dealers because he has some interesting information for them. As this meeting will also constitute the annual meeting of Lethbridge branch of the Retail Merchants Asso- ciation a full attendance of local mem- bers and others is desired. Supper will be served at 7 p.m. BELGIAN BUDGET HUGE BRUSSELS, Feb. Belgian budget, as introduced in the chamber of deputies, totals more than francs and shows a deficit of francs. Tho expenditures for reparations will amount to near- ly three billion franca. Does It Pay? hake or buy other bread when yon can get such wonder- fully good bread from us trash every day. Does it pay to try and flud bet- ter brand than onn? Try a loaf aud let your home John Ltd. ef Ouster PHONE 571. ORGAN RECITAL WESLEY CHURCH, LETHBRIDGE BY DR. J. E. HODGSON, F.R.C.O., OF CALGARY ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH, 1921 1. CONCERTO in B flat ...................................Handel Aftor exhaustiiiB a fortune in the production of Operas, Handel turned his attention to Oratorios, and, during the per- formance of an Oratorio, the great composer was wont to diversity the programme, probably to heighten its interest, by playing an organ selection largely consisting of improvisa- tions. 'Tha Concerto in B flat is one of eighteen which were played und published by him. The opening movement, "Andante serves as an introduction to the princi- pal movement. The third movement is a Recitative, and the fourth an "Allegro" or quick number. 1. ROMANCE FROM THE SYMPHONY "REINE DE.FRANCE" Minuet and Trio from Symphony in D ....................Haydn The Loge Olympiciue, Paris, was a powerful musical or- ganization for which Haydn was commissioned to write six symphonies. The "Romance" is from the symphony dedi- cated to the ill-fated Marie Antoinette. The sweetness and grace 'perfectly the dedication. 3. SONG.......................................... Mr. Blackburn 4. OVERTURE TO "WILLIAM The great Italian composer is seen, through this over- ture, in hia happiest mood. After a slow introduction, the "storm" is heard succeeded by a delightful pastoral scene leading into the principal movement .with great vigor. 5. SOUVENIR AND SERENADE........................... Dfdll Two well-known and delightful pieces displaying the softer tiuallties of an instrument. SONG Mrs- Layton CRUSADERS' MARCH FROM "ST. King Ludwig, with Nobles, Knights, and Soldiers, sets out for Palestine, "The Holy Cities from Pagan hordes, idolatrous, to ransom." His departure is saddened by the Queen's fore- boding of 11 violent death. Ludwig dies of (over on the way. anrt "The March" is descriptive of the iloimrturo of the holy army. The silent tramp of feet, mingled with the soft, ond at times, distant singing by the warriors of the beautiful Crusaders' hymn, the rising nnfliustasm as their hearts warm with zeal, all contri- bute to the inspiring call: "Como all by Christian zeal impelled In hoiy war the sword to wield! God wills FANTASIA ON SCOTTISH AIRS Dr. Ps SONG.......................................... Mr. Blackb OVERTURE In E fiat for the Organ .Morn interested in and also some officials of the C. P. R. Accord- ing to information given to the Ilorald cars are now hoing held up on f. P. It. property in Saskatchewan. These cars were billed to Ijflthbridgo. Although no C. P. 11. official would emoted it IB understood that the C. P. R. declines to move these cars, twing to the embargo, without special instructions from the Dominion gov- ernment. One car is being -held at Fort William. This, particular car was delivered to the C. P, R. by the Grand Trunk east of there and geod icys made to Fort William, but sufficient time was not given the C. P. H. to the car to its destination before the embarco became Police officials in this moraine stated that Saskatchewan contains t larger supply of liquor, ac- cording to their opinions, than Alberta Before I and that liquor is being stolen freely there. This liquor, it is Is bfllng run across the Inter- national lino, and accounts in Ameri- can papers tell of the capturing in Montana of whiskey runners from thta country. One outfit was rewnUy near Chinook. Local police oBciaKi believe this liquor came from Set- kutchawan as the point of capture somewhat out of tue( route taken bfr Alberta llcmor runners, Chinook considerably east. This report drew out the opinions concerning Saskatch- ewan conditions as given above. Will tho custom's department seine these four cars if they are finally de- livered to Lathbrldge on tho Instruc- tion of the Dominion government? K1PP LADY DIES AT HER FARM HOME Mrs. Elizabeth. A. Plomp, of it dead. She was 76 years of age and is rorvived by two boys. Mrs. Plomp came from Holland eleven years aco and she will be buried at Monarch She was residing on her farm she died, fetterly's parlora charge o( the arrangement. A REAL GROCERY STORE Our ttore Ic equipped to render 100% service. First and fore- most Is the high quality of goods we offer, and second, Is the care we take in getting them to you. If you aren't a patron of this store you're missing a real treat Baby's Own Toilet Soap, 2 boxes Wallace's Kippered Her- rings; 2 for 3 tins Crab i j Campbells Amorted Soups, osch Clark's Assorted Soups, 3 tins for 75c 25c 45c per tin Roman at Pearl tor Ontario Asparagns Tipi. per tin 2 tins for Pure Caue Cooking Molusse Pint bottles, each Liquid Veneer Mope for............. gcotch Bloater Paste, per tin Chili Con Carne. per tin 38c 22c 45c 45c 23c 20c 20c FREE DELIVERY. Sweet dozen Croase Blackwell'a Chow Chow......... Gong's Soup 6 for Keiller'8 "Dundee" Marmalade, tin t e _ and 35c Brussels Sprouts- par Ib............. per Ib............ Head 2 for stock.' 25-lb. boxes Princess Soap