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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Hcnld> Page ol Live Local WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY TEiLL 115 SOI Of! SCHOOL Quretiwu of Prirate Sec rtUry to For Full Leave Pay- ment of Teacher Also U Quw- Gives IB- Vote U OM iMtaaee and Trtoiee More rnijn regrt to SnUry and prestnce necessitated five teachers. He aUo gave the Board iDtonuttoo of nature ot his work In cnde tMcbera and baring findings made U4 recommendations adopted out and to wch tetcher indiyjlaallr, so vn. Twrlll Minority Mr. nU that at first be iaduwd to kcrm with Mr. Ter. AH The Local Where You Expect fc LETHBRIDGK AI-BWVTA. Mr. J. il Terrlll, newly elected on the Public School Board, Is evidently determined to probe, into uu.Uera in retard to the schools as they affect the ratepayer. The meet- lets, P.E a are not pro- ceodlng with 'that "family spirit" but on gottf Into' tha matter had come to tlw (bat things rtnuCn aa they at any rale for the preaeat. It was argued by Mr. Davidson that' H was .understood, that the firat the period In which Dr. Black, entered on his lei would entail a good deal of office wort to complete his organlratlon Mr. f srrill. however, held lo his poinl ary) for one full year or oxer aro tit be adopted to tbelr classes both morn- is and afternoon; but until other arrangements are authorized, all other Grade f pupils are to be admitted or oaly one halt day, dally; in Grade I Department having an average dally attendance of 40 or over. In far as practicable past-time groups of the relatlro advancement shall st tend to tome balf-day." ho Superintendent is aware tha1 theio arnuigeuicsnis luvolvu la con-renienco to somo pupils and par- WILL APPOINT RECTOR ON MONDAY NEXT 6a Monday next tho con- gregatlaa of tht unltod parishes of SL Aociutln and St. Cyprian will meet to select a successor Her, Canon MurreH- Wright parish of St'Auirwtlo. Al tho niceling names will be supplied by Ihe select 'committee ot tho vestry appointed for that purpose. the will be held at St. Cyprian's ckirch. Among the names is that ot the Rev. (Major) Barrow who has .preached uvine cits'. that the' to not anytbinc In the t way b: new borrowing but too asking ,ii i -us in tno "ncllou of the ratepayers, accord- ents. and sympathizes with them tho charter, for the transfer that inconvenience, but tho action hej moBlB8 In the has taken has been forced upon him h u by circumstances beyond his control, i He, therefore, asks tlie patlenl and friendly co-operation of all concerned. The spare room hi Galbraiih will bo opened next term to jjet over the con- gestion difficulty. The opening h.a? been deferred ovring to tho difficulty of Betting a competent teacher at this lime ot tho year, it being between .deuced In Itri dlscaaslon that took ivlace over the ElaVus of Miss BVetch- 'er as private secretary to tUo Super- intendent, following an Increass ot 510 per month granted her, mahlng her salary }S5 This was unanl- moualy. agrottl On. of Opinion Hot A curious situation was created by tbo voting on a resolution moved by Mr. Terrill that tho Superintendent submit to the- Board at tbe next meet- ing all the .correspondence that pats- cd in regard to a grant for leave made to Miu Aleiander. His action, he said, was the .outcome of certain As a tequol '.a the resolution, Sir. on '.lie street which both for Terrill raised tho point on tlie sake ot tho Board and Iho Super- intendent should btj, cleared up% This led to a lot ot verbal wrangling in which Mr. Davidson -and .Sir. Scotl strongly objected to the .procedure, in that they considered it a reflection on -the Superintendent and that the matter could as well bo disposed ot by making It a ri-ijiisst 'instead ot a motion. Dr. expressed his wit lingness to produce any correspond once that not ot au absolutely confidential nature; and stated that a request was all that was necessary and that whatever the fate of'tho tuo- without (inyr personal rcdsction oil Jiles the holder ol her office shouli! be able to de- Vuiei'pifl time 13 'J. Eiipply teacher. Ko further contended Ilia', (he Superln- tcnilent should devote imoro tlmp put- Ihe office instead uf making work for the Etenbsriphir. It was argued Ijy tho remitninc members of tho Board that Dr. libck sliould be given every opportunity to 'niake good and that his efforts in this direction should riot .be'-hampered'by any action that the Board might Hike In regard to the duties of his private secretary. Dr. Black, himself, that tho Umo of the secretary in the office was Tlio followlDg Is what Mr. Meech to'. say 1. Mr Explanation present time there bylaw ueiug advertised which ratepayers will vote upon on OM MED YES is a Ihe tho S7lh: IdsUnL. 2; This bylaw is to givo the coun For as Apdmut Last ChairnUA SURPRISE CHEQUE FOR SECURED A very illuminating report of tho operations of the Gilt Hospital (which will later be published In full In the No Doubt Now of Pleased Over Railway Prospects No doubt as to the answer of Lclh- bridge Northern fanners on thetr atti- tude towards the 550 per acre bondtnc propoial, can longer exist, tor the rote today iUnds 182 to 7, the ratepayers have already toted yes. Only seven liava voted no. By tbe end of the week the answer of practically all the remainder chonld to In. So far 96.3 per cent oi those who have sent In their draw vote aro ia favor. This Is conjidered a won derful record. This morning's announcement that the C. H- applied lor ft charter for tho branch which will traverse the bethbridge Northern Is very cheering to the farmers across on shortly ,a general fillip to SoutWrn Alberta business may bo expected [he farmers will be among 14 N. S. HOU3E MEETS MARCH 4 HALIFAX. .V. S., Fob. Scotli'g provincial lecitlttun kM been called to meet March 4. SUGAR UP AGAIN oil Ihe right to transfer moneys voted j day night, .by the retiring chairman, In 1911 or 1912 for certain waterworks I Canon Murrell-Wright. A highly sat- otbers tho high isfictory feature of the report was pressure By5tern, whidi it was later i tha commualcatlon contained in it Herald) laid before the. hospital I tho river and they visions of board at the regular meeting, on lues- 1 wbat a wondc-rfully proiperoue district Ihey will bave inside ten yeare. railway and canal construction going Sugar took another Jump one cent per pound yesterday, making the wholesale price from S14.37 per hundred. This means that sugar which has been retailing at 16 cents per pound will now be sold at 17 cenh. Soau has also taken another leap from io-cents lo 5D cenls a case. determined was not desirable and not cono on '3. The people would not permit of that the graet to asVed from the city council for the hospital for the year 1920 will be as contrast- tho transfer of these moneys to Instal', id with last year's ot !waler 'meters and as some other J18.000. This will make an apprecl- means must had to make tha sup-' able difference on tbe mill rate for ply ot water sufficient the Conncll Hatpin vs Grant Smith Co. in Supreme Cases to be Heard The jury case, iialplu vs. Grant Smllli Co., occupied the court all of yesterday, and up till noon today tbe plalnt.ltf was still putting iu his evidence............. finish. Tho certiorari cas> Hex vs. Thompson, Dr. Thompson ap- pealing-Irpm the fine of imposed have requested a transfer of this money, (H2.000.00J tor the purpose ol Installing new pump and doing other work In connectlo'u with them which Is necessary- 4. On tbe part of some there is tne misapprehension that this is now bor- rowing Injtcid of transferring moneys already, and borrowed. Some have so expressed themselves but there is no excuse for this conception It will take all today to: the byUw explicitly stales the 1 whole situation. The City has tho ;es to be heard are mouey a was voted by the ralepay- ers jome 'years ago and Ihe Council inight have spent it for certain water correspondence would be upon him for failing to register a woris purposes at any, time, hut It forthcoming. He-resented the attitude taken iu respect to the motion and Ol Hie ECCreiary in ills UJiiw "413 luncit 'ill iu. -iuv luyLiwu utiu abundantly neoded anil lent to tlie considered that Mr. Ten-ill was guilty efficiency of his work. Ho contended I of a breach ot courtesy in not coming that the Board hod lost lira sum his office and asking for the cor- he having given his services tree; Rex .be used tor tho purpose ot vs. lilanche Morand and Jladelliie uuu ...___..._._ _ eic., HA leiiujicu uiiui n- Sonol, appealing from a fine for keep-: JB mado to ,io Dy the vote e! HOY- AI...... etc., as now required until it last year, previous to liis ar- rival, from lacl; ot cftlcie'ncy In organ- lliroujii tho want ot a intendent. was due to tho fact that there were who should not hive been in the suliqols. in that they were beyond public school age. Suffered With Boils Last.'5 Years Boils arc simply a breaking out of rcspondence, Mr. Ten-HI retorted that It WAS none.of business to call tit f ho Super! n tend oht's.. office and that tba proper place. enquire Into the mailer was at.the meeting ot Iho Board. bad d blcoii, and anyone who has sutfer- jjj not yotB- from them, .knows how sick anj not entil moko you feel. Just when you think you aro cured ot one, sesms ready to take Its place. Bolirinot to :l prolong your misery. All ths poult- 1 cnlicii in Jtr Johnson declaring that A Case for Bourinot Put to ilie vole; the motion' resulted hVlwo, Messrs. Hogg-and Ten-Ill, for, and two, JlesBrs.-Daritlsoii and Scott, against. The clia'irman, Mr.' riot voting. As a result of the tie, the chairman said that be wris entitled to the costing vote and declared the mo- tion carried. Hereupon, Mr. Scott, stonily objected lo the procedure, say- ing that .the chairman empow- ered to give the casting rote. It was pointed out that the chiirman had the right lo vote. said Mr. Scotf, rote in the first instance, entitled to vote utter the result of the'TOUng was declared." It became in the end 4 fine point for The Incident the ratepayers. 5. Brief iy the use lo which the money will'be itutiis to build fl pump for, and instal a low lilt pump ng disorderly houses. 'Rex aike, which Is to bo heard on the a an appeal from a fine of and .lirce months' imprisonment. ___ is an Austrian taxi driver who went capable of lifting'four to Coutts, without first reporting to gallons ot water per day from tbe police under the Allen Enemy jte river to the filtration, plant-tell Registration Act. menlatipn baiin and to nurchaso and 0. F. Harris is appearing for each A lom million gallon putop in able dltfereoco on tbe mill rate hospital purposes. A ClKqm At of WB last acts in the Inter- eiti of the Oalt Hoapital, Cjinon Mur- rell-Wrijnt.stated In hit report that he wu glad lo hand to the board a cheque for whlch-he had col- lected from the Dominion government when'be waii In Ottawa on several oc- caeioni lut month. This amount is In settlement of Borne old Indian ac- counts of-flre and tea years' stand lag which had been practically struck off the hospital' hooka as uncoiled- able. Crt4K Balance For the piit year the hospital has kept within the ealimates. although the. recommeniled ac tho last annual meeting were no quite completed.- The credit balance ot the applicants. .District Court tho power house -for; Iho purpose ol the filtered, yaler from the je Distrlcl Court yesterday only iovlho- itandplpes ;up isc was heard, a Email _ r.1.- T..J __ I 'icing nnrt lancing you can do will not rid ot them. YVMlo !lhe skin appears lo the cause ot tho Irritation the real disease is roolcd in i'.io ond to gel rid of ihcsc iiainful pcsln il Is necessary to scl righl at tho saal of tho trouble. the mollon carried and Jlr. Scott say- Ing that he would appeal against the chairman's rating to the Department of Education. Salary jncreaie Mr. Filmor was granled a salary ot tor 1920, the maximum salary In the one ca; bp.ra va. Fia. Judgment was given for the plaintitf for tlo.T-i. The other, cases were Bellied or slood over until noil siltings. -I Tho re-lrial of llio case of Fouls vs Sinitli, one of considerable local in- terest, will be heard later In the Arising out of this suit Is il criminal prosecution tor perjury of tho defendant. Smith, ivhlch will he heard at the criminal Killings of Ihe supremo court, to be commenced on the'lOth inst. Thi; district court cases otherwisn disposed of are: Jleacbam vs. Flet- cher Sons, seined; Negard vs. Etzi- kom School Dislricl, settled; Lake vs. Hebenik, settled; Ilemlnuk ve. An- derson, settled. Judge Jackson is hearing applica- tions for naturalization this at the the year WM Thli was regarded as particular! gratifying, aa'the policy of tho board hag heeu to see thai the patients bav Ihe heit that the market could supply and to increase the pay-riill of the U-r-apllfll to i.KiInt -rrhlch makes it Me- ood lo none In province. Influenza is seriously interfering with movement of freight, Iy between New York and Chicago. When the blood '.a purified, cleansed Of'tlie, physical Inslnictor to be nnd vllallzeii. by Durdoc'n Blood Bit- (0 be npproacheit by annual increases (crs, (he boiis' will quickly disappear, o( HOQ. [t, WM laid down as undcr- stood that any grant given by !lio iToparlmeM ot Militia, should go lo tbo Instructor. LETHBR1DGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION WHISTDRIVE IN BURGMAN'8 HAUL, COMMENCING MO O'CLOCK On Friday Next [eb. 13 your misery is at ah end, and licallti ami strength come back again.' Mr. UoK. Johnson, Bar'kwny, Ont.. have aiitfcrcfJ very Inucli, duTiug' llvt' list five years from boils, having us many 83 fivo at once. I tried remedies without any relief. odv.sed to try Burdock Hlood IJi'llcrs, .which I did, nud after taking just tina boltlo I iiavo had no more Ijoila." B. ims been on Ili6 market1 for over JO years and IE iiianufactiircd only some tlmo tliat the ImprbVemtnta effected in regard to.tho lient- lug apparatus but with no'apnrecCablo results. The matter was still under tho A Mr. Crothers, maslor mechanic ot No. 6 Mine, appeared before.the Board and complained cif con- ii.Kon of Ilardiovlllc school tl.rough the bad healing arrungoincntr caus- ing Illness to Ma son. He-wad inform- ed Ihe Board had given tills mai- ler very careful consideration for Commissioner Mecch Tells Why the Burgesses Should Vole in Favor Jn order lo remove any npprohon sion which may oxlsl as to Hie mean ing of the money bylaw on wliicli the A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE Tro'Jcrlck S. Kollc, M.IX, Editor of New York Physician's "Who's says Ibat people wlio v.nnl Increased -welglit, stror.glh and r.crve-toroe, should take n 5 grain lab- 'el ot Kltro-l'hopsha'fl.luat before or after each meal. Tills particular pliosphaio Is tho