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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920 ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN StMDIG Administration is Real Problem of Lethbridge Northern Project Sick Grant to Teacher and Sup- erintendent's Secretary Cnuse of Flare-Up Sparks R'ere emitted nl tbe meet- iug o( tho Iruu'eei ot the public fchooit. held on Tuesday Bight, over tho Miss Alexander Incident, with re- tort and couutor-retort betwMa Trus- tees Terrill and Scott. The note of friction was sounded in the ut the minutes oi Uie last moedng by the secretary, In'which there wis an absence ot the motion Introduced by Mr. Terrill requesting that the super- intendent lay on tic lab'.o all the correspondence, relating to tho grant- (tig by the toanl ot an allowance for sick leavo lo'MUs Alexander for an deciding veto and to declare the mo- tion carried, started by Mr. Scott, he thought it should be held over until a final decision as to the Talldtly ot the chairman's vote was made. Mr. Bcott had at the tlmo protested ilrongly aralusl the action ot tha chslraan and hod announced that lie Intended to appeal against it to board ol education. Nothing transpired to what actlou Mr. Scott had talun In tho matter. Trustees Spir Mr. in celling attention to 'The real problem I Engineer Anderson Says Soil, live .problem. SiinnU- andi "U1 is an axiom la irrigation that Water huppl.v, blinejs anqj water supply Intel- All Physical I'hases Are Right Per Acre Not Too High a Cost, Hut Strong Governmen- tal Supervision is His General Conclusions, Is per acre an undue burden on irrigated land In Southern Alberta? Georje 0. 'Anderson, consulting en- gineer of tho Lelhbridge Northern. In hia report tabled Monday in Iho legls- emphatically answers "No." Ihe Alexander correspondence, said and gives very conservative figures that ho had 110 Intention ot blaming lo prove the assertion. In his con- the old board Cor llio txjtlou taken in elusion on this important phase oi Ir- maklns the allowance to Miss Aleian- rigation projects in Southern Alberta der; bis interenco was tint the initia- tive in the application ot Miss Alex- accident she met with, whllo at Cal-jtcc ander. tor the allowance for Iho time garr while she was on leave of ab eeuce attending to her sick mother, for which latter tho board iiad already made allowance .in tho way of pay. This omission .was referred to by Mr. Terrill and an explanation asked tor. In reply- to' Mr. Ton-ill's request. Chairman Johnson staled- that the mo- don was not inserted In the minutes us in tho controversy that arose over tho right ot.lhc chairman to cast the Incapacitated by the EFFERVESCENT SAUNE Irttttf fnstiiiihra el (Mill Ull slMtct ent, was duo to fif. Mr. Scott: "If-implies MI the board." "1 am not blaming the Mr. Anderson says: 'The prospects of adequate return igcntly applied to suitable soil there ,s profit to' the landowner, irrespee- livo of the fortune, good or bad, of tho intermediate effecting tho union ot wnter and land. The "irriiitlon district" method, iu feet, seeki to the burden dl rectly on the element certain of ;he land and Ita owner. That pro- cess entails consideration ot the abil- ity ot to secure and profit inherent In tho uu- derUktnr. "It may trifling to suggest lhat the occasional attending "dry" tanning .in thh dlrtrlct may militate against the future administration of this Irrigation .enterprise. It will be conceded, however, that If ihls enter- prise Is started at all, it must be slart- ed on clear recognition of all ila pro'o- the adwlntstra- water-user and tte mlsikmary necwsary to realliatkm by Ihe iand owner ot the obligations anumed uil the task incumbent on each Individual to work out success for hlmielt and tor Iho enterprise, "Tho two boards, necessarily, must be harmonious and cooperative. There is entailed Ihs clear definition of ttic conveyed over such children had been constant ly requested to send them to the Separate Schools. In regard to Hardlevllle School It a. moat unusual occurrence Tuesday. It appears lhat iluring the morning a letter was placed on the judge's desk, which on being oper.ed by Judge Walsh greatly veieO him. Upon mak- ing inquiries from the sheriff who had placed it there, it was (raced back from the A. i'. I1. Sergeant to a. con- stable, then to anolher constable who upon being called claimed lo have re- ceived It from a stranger whom he did not know, but who had Instructed him to hand it to Iho judge. The communication appcai-s to liave been in the form ot a petition requesting the judge to he particularly sure to see that one Zionovy Piont- kooakl was properly punished. Piontkooaki is accused and is lo ap- pear at this session of the court upon a charge of wheat stealing in the Coal- ling cross-examination, bringing out, in the case of Treda Lorenz and Lou McMlIJan. jast what their true colors were, their reputation and means of livelihood, their general shiftiness as to cccupatiOD and domicile. In dealing with Pouts, tho complain- ant, he proved his faulty memory by his own contradiction of his own prev- ious evidence, and also the discrep- ancies between his evidence and lhat of several other witnesses. gulde and inspire STIFF JOINTS SORE MUSCLES Uttw Up Mcti) Unto tM Sttttaf, Fmtnfaf KpfSabM Whirt (M 4 In cases oE rheumatism and lame hack it penetrates quickly, drives out soreness, and limbers up stiff, aching joints and muscles. Whard Oil is an absolutely reli- able, antiseptic application for cuta. burns, stings. Sprains and bruises lical readily under its sooth- ing, penetrating Get it from druggists for 30 eenli. It no; satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Eve; constipated or have siclt lic.idache? Just try Wizard Liver pleasant little pinL pilis, 34 tents. Guaranteed. was on leave of unscirec and not while )o.vHlg uptn irrigaUon lics in lho ex. she was employed in her duties wltn lensioll of cropping, In tho the school, lie was of the opinion ot humus to Ulo lho that the Idea for applying for the, o[ reduction aick grant was put into her head nj be wcej lhe-Cxten- Di-. Black. This grant came Ing af ,lav anfl area U already made for absence to a from tha BtricUy t.s.eo to.ber sick latter ,-mmeM to the steady en gram mutlc was a sentimental and of lno sccurity beliind the not an'obligatory one on the part of fc d from 0[ tho board that made u.110 considered lhc cslabli3hment of that Dr. Black should have taken cog- permanent agricultura that -Miss Alexander was on community." eave ui the time of-lhe accident and i jected lhat it was after oil a Question of ethics and surely >ir. Terrill did not wish to protit by Miss Alexander not making what was a legal Terrill replied that he had no 3h tion, he Eays: "The total financial burden of ?51.2G .while relatively high in a per country in which irricraUon slil comparatively in its infancy, wonl deprive anybody ot what was due, but as this was public money and ho hud a first-class water right, in right to see that it was irrigation has been Dr. Black further resented llie Insln-, fo. a .CneratioIV for cx ample In such district, as'Colorado cation for the sick grant. The inci- dent Ihen closed. The "Private Secretary" of crops lar to that near (with th addition perhaps of garden and true' farming nnd sugar and tho la! date district. he informant was one A. G. llallam and he appears to be the one respons- ible for the pellllon, which had sev- eral signers, although tho number was not (illclosed. The pollen got on Instructions from the bench and Haliam was brought before Justice Walsh Im- mediately on the resumption of the court after tho noon recess. Haliam admitted being the respons- ible party. The judge in very quiet but by no means unmistakable lang- uage read him a lecture on the Illy ot British fair play, remark' that In his long experience as n judge CURLING TONIGHT'S DRAWS. Scott vs. McXabb. Peat V3. W. Crawford. Ft. A. Crawford vs. Kirkhain. Slarrs vs. DoyJ. Iteld ve. Stewart- K. P. CHILDREN'S FUND NEARINO MARK was further, pointed out that though, he had 11Bver o[ let Dr.- Block's sho.-'ed 49 Catholic'nessed auch a nagrant attempt the he zealous .performance ot all ibligaltons lhe p'rovifiions Cfl The Irri- gation. District Act of Alberta, 1916. he solo control of .the project, in all is in a Board of Tnisteec, electe'd by the landowners." Mr. Anderson then goes on to argue in .favor of strict government supor- vlsion for the protection of all par- ties, farmers, and bond: holders, and concludes: "With guarantee granled by cither or both of tho governments, a board, or yoinmlsslon, must be created to sup- ervise the atfairs of the district, dur- ing t.Uc period of construction and the expenditure o', money, at least, nnd Its functions and powers may wisely bo extended beyond that perloil. Such board' would, most naturally, bo a branch of the ministry of public works, and, in view of tho inevitable exten- sion, of iU sphere of operallons, not confined solely to the construction oi works but to the broad field of irriga- Uon possiMlllles within the province, should be c-E continuing character and bo composed of men chosen for Iheir special fitness for the particular clans of work in contemplation. "The abolition of lhe board of Irns- iees Is not contemplated, its continued existence Is essential, not only for there V re: tor ,f find.ng out wher. the enls ,n tho nu.nt1oned was referred lo tho 0, lhe SAooi Board and the Superintendent, _ OF fflttM Look Remove Poisons Stomach, Liver and Bowels. to Miss Blotcher caused anothe- brecze. Mr. Terrill had no use for and Tim item of appointing a successor; (gr raised In Southern Al-. tho representation of the landowner In the management of the community's affalri, but for the of responsi- bility which must be Imposed upon tho Individual ownern behind tho se- curity. "Thcro would bo ample scope for the activities of both boards. as much bandying of words, with the Accept "California" Syrup of Fig for the name California o the package, then you arc sure you child is having the best and moa harmless laiatlvo or physic for th little stomach, liver and bowels..Chili ren love- Its delicious fruity taste. Fu directions for child's dose on each bot- tle. Give it without fear. Mother! You must Bay "California." of justice. His lecturo uroiy ono that will not soon be for-[ otten by the party In question For contempt of court it was with- ThB campaign for funds for moving the Children's Shelter has up till Tuesday night ob- tained the sum of }S12.65. Tho canvassers report that on every Instance they havo been cour- teously received. Name ot subscribers wilt be published in lhe Herald as the campaign progresses. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Bleached Sultanas, per lb..38o Cherries in per bottle ......25c and 40c Shrimp Paste and Bloater Paste per jar .................35c boboler Paste, per tin .....25c Sweet Polatocs, per lin .35c Iximbard Plums, tin ...26o Cranberries, per tin Veal Loaf, Libbys in tins -380 Olive Oil. Heinz___35c and 65o Olive Butter, large jar ----45o Evaporated Peaches, peeled 1 11> cartons, 2 for......55s SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY S pound sack Rolled Gate, regular price Today Izal Disinfectant 2 pkgs for ..............25c Succotash, 2 tins for ......45c- Porlc and Beans, Del Monte on. S'te 3' eactl linglish Floor Wrvi........90c GcorEe Coffee Johrustonc's Floor ....90o size tin ICcen's 51 Ter tin......15r, 30c and 65c Cocoa, Fry's Concentrated Per tin.........'.........35o GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Put joy Into the life of the Shelter children by giving U thd K.P.C.S. fund. D Wide the akin appears to be Jic- j ,1 c auto of the irritation tho real disease BlmM lo act as teachers' supply in or sho ,s RCt as sup c auto of the irritation tho real disease, or sho ,s RCt as sup- is rooted in lhc blooa, and to get rid lcachori without interfering with of theso painful-peats it is necessary j dulies-in the suporiiitt-nd-' lo get right nl the scat of Iho trouble t, nt (alary nol lo exceed When the blood Is purified, cleans- ed at.it vitalized, by Burdock Blood IMIters, 'llie bolls will quickly die- iippear, your misery Is at au end, find hc-allli ami Rlrcngtli come back aEaln. Mr. Holit. Johnson, Barkwny, Ont.. have suffered very much, the last five years from boils, having as many ns five nt ouco. i tried different remedies without any relief. 1 -was ndvlscil lo try Burdock Utood Diners, 'which did, anil after taking just onn bottle I have liaii no more bolls." U. B. has been on the market for over <0 untl !s manufactured only by The T. Milbnrn Co., Limllcd, Tcronlo, Ont. per month. This met with the views of the other members of ihe board present, the chairman and Sir. Scottt who, particularly the latter, ap- peared In favor ot the idea ot the priv- ate sccrolary first nnd teacher in case of emergency second. j WOMAN SYNDICALIST SENT TO PENITENTIARY OAKLAND. Cal, Feb. Anita Whitney was sentenced yester- day to from one to fourteen years In tho penitentiary for criminal symlicnl- ism. She was a social and charity worker, writer and Icclurer. Drink plenty of milk to keep the "flu" away. Drink milk to get your strength back. Crystal Dairy Limited dollar for the K.P.C.S. fund. _ P. LUND SON LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES HEAD OFFICE; Lethbridge, Alberta YARDS AT Lethbridge, Madeod, Coaldale, Chin, ONE OF MR. LUND'S LOQ9. AEROPLANE SPRUCE LOO, 11 FT. 4 rN. DIAMETER AT SMALL END. LINOLEUM Our new stock of Linoleums for spring is in. It is the largest and'finest we have ever shown. The patterns are very attractive and are entirely new. They have never been shown in Lelhbridge. fhe wholesale price.has advanced considerably, but we are offering this stock At Last Year's Prices For Quick Turnover. for bedrooms, Lineal yard PRINTED Lineal Yard- Ordinary quality Extra quality........................................... INLAID lineal yard............ K25 and HALL LINOLEUM, ptr lineal yard to I1.JO LINOLEUM RU03, 714x9, 9x12 at 122.00 and CONGOLEUH FlUGS, 9x12, renular price for IT WILL BE EASY TO MAKE A SELECTION C. G. OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE 624 13TH STREET N, THE K. P. CHILDREN'S SHELTER FUND NEEDS YOUR HELP. ;