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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Derail All The Local Where You Expect It THUHSDAY, JANUARY LETHBIUDGE. ALBERTA. ---------------r 3, IE SEVEN ALBERTA'S DAIRY PRODUCTION, Public School Borfrd Organizes'nrn-raacc policies en1 Jan. i.-... v... Oth was referred to the finance com- For the Committee Chairmen Named Tho 'first meeting of the new public tchool- hoard was held on Wednesday night, with ttr. J. B. Terrill, the now- ly-clected member, in tho iilnce ot IV.WiOlace, present. Mr. K. Johnson iras appointed chairman of the board tor Its year, vice, Mr. R. it. Darldson.': The follonrlng committees. for J920 were appointed: School R. R. David- ton and '.be whole board. J, B, Terrill (chairman) and A. B. Hoft Worts and property John (chairman) and J. E. Terrill. Scott B. Hogg (chairman) and R. The board will in future meet twice flfh montb, the second and fourtb Tuesday, at 8 p.ui. Program of Studitt A tatter from (51 r. G. T. M supervisor, of schools, Kdiuoiiton, was read in which, Acting under the hi Rtructlons of the minister ot tion, he stated thai tlio latter wa! anxious to secure some 'first bane as to the couteo of public, school studies In regard to Its suit ability. Its content, gradation of ilia mlttee io report the next meet ag. GraWul Through the Bterelarr, Mr, Arthur Wade, the Teachers' Alliance orwarde'a the followiiis letter of ap- preciation to the board tor tho recenl also lu the scale of salaries: "We, Iho teachers of Iho Leth- irtdiie .wish to ex- press to the- 'Ltthbridge school board >ur thanks for the increase of salar- ies to teachers. We rejret that nilnlmum was not made, greater bill. iieTCrtLeleis, we now feel. more like ilvlng and are Uopetul. that the timo s not far d Is (act when the seals will farther emended, putting J-elh- Alberla's dairy products ffir will have a value of too.OOP, or more than lu .1918, according to estimates v issued hy C. Marker, pro-; vlnclal dairy coDiinisstoner. Thu production of butter in 1919 is estimated al pounds lor a value 500. This Is au increase over 191S of approsimatoly l.EOO.OOO pounds and almost lii. vuluo. brldie teachers ori u wilh the teachers of tbo cities ot 'the West." Overcrowding In Hanllevllle The question of, tho overcrowding ot the Hardieyillo school, through the number of separate. school pupils at- tending the of whom 91 tho present time there aro 49, was taken ui> by the board. .Mr. K. John- KOJI and Dr. Black were appointed a committee lo go into the matter in conference with the trustees of. tno separate school. High School Ventilation The matter of the ventilation of the iMembewhip Campaign To Be Put Meeting Next Week Medical Health Officer's Report Deaths From Sleep- lie Sickness According to the December report of the medical officer o( _heaUh, there were 42 cases of measles, 11 cases ot scarlet fever, and two ot sleeping sick- ness and two of chicken pox. There were 15 deaths, caused as follows: Two stillborn, two beart failure, one scarlet fever, one. nleeping sickness, one lethargic encephalitis, one-aortic stenosis, ono bronchitis, one convul- sion, one apoplexy, one chronic ne- High school, considering which there phrilis, one- malignant disease lung, time which should ba occn-1 have been complaints made by cer- uuu meningitis, ono carcinoma of bow- iiied In covering of it. further, the i tain parents, was referred to minister was desirous of ascertaining works and property committee, with if essential to .1 public schocl education; lias been omitted or if non-essential material has been in- cluded. He was anxious to receive n frank expression o? opinion on these and other'points which may suggest In view ot all tncso Mr. McXally was directed to request that the'board appoint three persons, of. whom one at least shall ?je .a member of the board, to De members of a committee, along with venrecehlatlves of the teaching staff, consider this program of studies. Tbo local inspector of schools will bo of this committee ex-offi- cio. The committee to report before the end of In accordance wilh the above, the following committee jvas appointed: R. R. Davidson. Dr.' Black. Mrs. Charles JIcKlllop, Mrs. A. B. Stafford, together witU two nominees of the teaching staff named, The question ot (ho renewal ot fire power to accordance .with the recommundRtlons of the architect ap- pointed to look into tbo same. Enrolment School for' December, 1919, was as compared to 'n tho same month of The total enrolment for tlio term as against in the same period In 191S. Now pupils for the month were 2i, as against 41 ill December, 1018. Pupils removed, were'19; Dec., 191S, 26. Enrolment during De- cember for the different schools were: High school, 216; Central, 632; Fleet- wood, 275; 3iS; Gal- braitli, 243; Hardieyille, 95. On the recommendation of Dr. Black, superintendent of schools, the primary classes will continue to bo dismissed early, in, accordance witb custom, but the interval until tbo hour of dismissal for the whole school will be devoted to.indlvidual pupils requir- ing special attention, the els. Results of Milk Tests Name. Butler Fat itiupsign last year It will mean an ncreased membership and enough unds to undertake all the work ot III hn board tor year 1920. v President Maruoch announced that he executive of the Western Canada rdgallon Assoclitlon wovld meet early in February to set the datct lor ho convention which will be held hers this year. The time will likely ba in carlr August a> The board will undertake Iho entertainment o! the are being made to have Mr. B. A. Lilly ot the fire Insur- ance adjusting agency speak to the board .shortly ca matters connected Insurance and the necessity of putting on Increased Insurance 01 to higher cost of building. Walt Chief Mountain 3.7 Butterwick 3.7 Crystal Dairy ".5 Results of Tests of Milk for Sediment Grade Oradc I'att 'Chief Crystal........ 1 Bulterwlck City Water The lowest count of bacteria in leais of water made in the city laboratory was 0. The highest an average of S.8. Testa for colon bacillus, the typhoid germ, showed no traco of the same in all cxamina-. lions. Isolation Report Patients remaining Nov. E Patients admitted during Dec. Scarlet fever.................. 0 Patients, discharged during Dec, Patients remaining Dec. 31. Scarlet fever 6 No. hospital days.............171 T. 3. To come through 1915 with a credit balance of 1200, "tho first time in 30 years it has ever as ex- plained by President Marnoc-h, ia the pleasing announcement of the Board of Trade's, financial s'nlus as an- nounced by the president at tho rcsu .weekly luncheon Thursday while irrahgenients were being made for Ihe holding of the annual meetng, The announcement was greeted with chears Iroru the members. The meeting decided to liold Iho annual meeting on Thursday next, at loon unless different arrangements aro necessary !n-the meantime. The aimual report will be printed prior to tho meeting, which, besides electing officers, will deal only with important matters arising from lha president's report. At today's meeting It was de- cided to name a .committee to bring lu nominations for the various offices for the ensuing year. Tho following are the member: ot tlio commit- tee: C. F. Jamieson, H. G. Clarko, Mr. Kintno. Roy Davidson, Jess Harris, A. C. Raworth, G. II. McKay, A. Dun- bar, R. Livingston, P. Lund, K. N. Jones, P. W. Downer, with power to add. They will meet on Friday, afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Hoard of Trado ficcs lo consider the matter. A iminillee on membership, with B. H. oyt as chairman, was also named, oluntecrs from the meeting number- ig over 20 forming tho membership tho' committee. A one-day cam- aign for members will bo undertaken 1LIESEHASIO Lath Also Advances Dealers Anticipate That Will Go Higher Lumber prices, which have been in- creasing sleadllyi took another jump this week, when common lumber went up another 510 a thousand and Is now retailing in the city at }55 r, thou- Lain has also taken a rise in addition to the price to which H has gone lo recently. From a thousand n montb ago. it is now selling at J15 a thousand, lu addition to the LethbrhlgR is to bo vl-Ited on or p.bout Juno 1st next by the members of an automobile tour, a'.avting at Winnipeg and winding up at Lake Louise in the Rockies. The tour is to be known as tbo first Canadian-Am- erican lour to the Canadian Rockies nnd is to bo staged by tlio Dominion i Trails Association acting in conjnnc-l tion with various auto clnha and good roads' associations in'the three prairie provinces. The party expects to leave Winnipeg with about 25 autos and, picking up new members along the way, to reach Lelbbridgu with 200 nulos and at least SOO people. Many of these will to-Americans as the trip will he personally condncled by gov- ernment and good rflais' officials and is destined to ilaza. tflQ way for a greater volume of auto tourist traffic Into Aue Canadian Rockies In future'. Another reason for tbe trip is to fix tho All Hed Route across the prairie end thli will be done In a mauncr will not be forgolfen for tlio plan now Is lo take n moving picture ot ecenef arVd towns and cities along the route which will be shown In mov- ing all through eastern Canada, and the United States. Un- fortunately tho cut-oft of the All-Hed Koute tirotlgb the Windermere valley Is not completed so that it will be Im- possible to make the swing up through toe Pass and urormd by the valley rente to Banff, so that the route will be direct from kethbrlclge to Banff ihd on to Lake Louise. Committee Named A. li. of the Dominion Trails Association In Iho city on Wed- nesday arranging for Lethbrldge's pirt Vat tonry ond eflor meeting Ihc BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings this were an-j for the corresponding week last year -j mayor and members of. tbe ante, Rot- clubs and the Trade, a conimitlee composed of A. G.. Baalim, chairman, 7Iugh Crawford, Commls- j sioner Freeman, and onn member to be selected from each the Rotary Club, Board of Trade nnd Auto Club, to un- ueria'Ke tlio work. It was tiecldert to i arrange for between 200 and 300 feet, of tbe movies to be taken of Lelii- bridge and -thci committee will make; a canvass to cover the expense. Uethbridge On Inter-Park Trail While Mr. Mclggs was present the members ot the committee which mot liM'took up with him the matter of the advertising of the trails from Glac- ier and Waterton parks to Calgary and Banff antl'tbe official blue books will In tulure show a second route- via Lethhridge which, though it will be abouf 30 miles'longer, will inako up the added the belter roads and the greater convenience to the motorists. The alternative route through I.othbri.lge will be shown on a special pamphlet which is lo be gotten out and signboards will be erected In "the parks telling tourists about H.. COUGHS.COLDS, SOBITHROAT, A voluble Maltese named tiiuseppe Ciengurs, appeared before Magistrate Irwlu on remand on Thursday, to an to the charge preferred agalns him of keeping a disorderly house on Fourth. Street 8., on Information laid j L'etectlvo Sid Willis. Accused ap- iMiroil to hare a very little knowledge of English, and had considerable, dif- ficulty in understanding that he was found guilty and had to pay the nno ot or in default ot the lo to to jail for two months. f The prosecution was the aKermath ol the conviction In the court, on Wed- nesday, afternoon, of Edith Edwards anil Lennard Martin Bmllh for being inmates ot the same disorderly house. These I wo gare evidence In the case against Clahgura, for whom J. C. Hen- dry appeared. The female witness, a ery attractive girl ot IS years, has a s'J, Elory, lii that she had been a wife for three years and had been forced to her present occupation by lier hus- band, is said, Is at tho pres- ent time living in .Mcillrine Hat. o e recent Increases In prices ot finished lumber, In the shape of windows and do.prs, these have gone from ten lo fifteen per cent. The present Increase of tlie price of lumber Is cipectcd to go up oven higher, as lumber from the mills Is well nigh unprocurable.' In one moun- tain concern there was, a few days ago, only three cars of lumber able, and In another there OK slock 60.000 teet. There is a mesdous demand tor lumber ta Slates owing to tbe campaign in gross there for owning TfeU _ demand will be further accentuated by, [be spurt Ina campaign will take, la'ju ihe first week oJ May, when will be 'imvlo for bringtnc borne to tho people there the ralua of owning their own homes. In this respect every facility in the.way et financial assistance- Is given by the 3. government and More for a Bushel of Wheat In splto of tho Increase .In the. price ot lumber, tbe fact has to ne noted, tlnit with the present price ot wheat, the bushel ot wheat has a far better purchasing, tiuallly In lha quantity ot lumber procurable than at any lime previous. The lumber In-' duslrV, dealers contend, has made the least" percentage increase in price' from pre-war days. While other modltles have doubled !u price, tbat'- of lumber. It is stated, has only risen 7.1 per cent. Those who hold back In buying lumbar In the hops 1hat the price will come down will bo losing in the process, as It is affirmed that the article will not reach the old level for a long time' to come, and IB bound to advance further. nd Is as successful as was the expected. IT. S. tax on soft drinks lias net- ted Instead of tho SPECIAL 75c a crate They are worth hvice this amount. KIRKBY'S 60S THIRD AVENUE SOUTH KERR'S DAILY STORE NEWS SVholo Crecn Peas, extra fine srrade. Per Hiislle liraud Hndtlfc. per Pilchard's, 'f. Ib. tins, Tomato Soup, Hcjnz, large'size----....... Honey, Kerr's .Alfalfa, SOc nnd............. Devilled Ham, Libia's, price 3alad Dressing, Libby's, OC- per JDC Prunes, special this aveek, 2 for Succotash, new season's, M 2 tins for........___4DC Candy, Christmas Mixture. Reg- ular 30c per Ib. On Bale nf luis week LDC 15c 33c ,15c 25c 1.70 35c Finest While French Castllb Soap, "Pemlry's Uvii bars. Special todav, 3 for Buckwheat Hour. "Albcr's" Scif- Uisiug, per CA carton OUC Sweet Polalocs, Libby's, per lin Gonf Soup Tablets, each................. 20c 05c 30c 45c Sanltlusli, old price, per tin Cliili Con Carne, llexicau style-, 2 lor Marmalade, Mrs. Hainan's pure orange, 4. Ib. pails, nf 'per pall............ Pineapple Mrs. Ea- mau's, per -f nn pail................. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 _J BRONCHITIS; QUA SY1 BSSWl tnd tlie of In' fUmnuiory cordiiions of the throat arUing frcm Asitv i nJtic and I dtringemenls of ihe 1 Respiratory Organs. Prtpared from Spruce Gum ftutl other mcdi' tinal agtnts, fully used for 60 RED SPRUCE GUM D WAFSO-' i rn Proposal to Unjc'Up With Other Anglican Parish is Generally Approved II Is vary provable that lha Angll- parish of 3t. AiiffusHn will be farther cxlf ntlcil by Inking In. Ihc pariah o( St. Mary. At Ihe annual mccllng of Kt. Mnry's r.irtsh, lielil on Tuesday (lie qiiwllon of amal- ffamatlon was nnti thero wns A gcnernl (eelln; faCoraWo lo the A delegation of live was np- nlod to approach Iho miry ot the parish ot St. AuguaHn In regard to Ihe p.atiie. The following cliurch otticlais were appointed: Church P. J. Collins; jr. Harrison. Jr. Arnold, H. G. Kilner, W. A. Dodd, R. Jones, S. Jnnea. W. A. Taylor, ,J. p. Unsworlli, J. I'enraon. Envelope 0. Slraker. 0. Kllnor, II. 0, Slrnk- or. 192O DIARIES CALENDAR PADS SYNOPTICS LEDGER, JOURNAL AND DAY BOOKS, ACCOUNT PAPER, ALL RULINGS CARBON PAPER Your Needs Filled'at THE TWENTIETH CENTURYBOOKSTORE 514 Ave. Phone 113 To Our On and after January Stli, 19M, and until further notice, our price for Ice Croam will be as follows: RETAIL Vanilla and Strawberry, per gallon................. Chocolate and Maple Walnut, nor gallon Vanilla, Strawberry and Neapolitan, quart bricks.....75 Fancy, per quart Rolls, Heart Centres, per quart................. Individual Moulds, p-r dozen........................ Crystal Dairy Limited ARLQW'S EAT ARKET If you desire service, quality and snll.ifacllon In moals open Four lUrcouF.t ivith for 1920. Delivery lo nny of tho illy.. AH phono orders glvon personal ftllcnlfon. 1110 6th Avenue South Phone 796 Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 AODPESS: 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX 5 Now Serving Meals at meal hours We serve substantial, well-prepared meals at meal hours and believe you will enjoy them. They are up to the cland- ard of our Homemade Bread, Cakes and Pastries Which aro favorites wilh our customers. Don" lie satisfied until you try tho NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 1307 NOWIS THE TIME n Before the Big Rush Commences To Have That Room Papered or Kalsomined For this week only we are selling Muresco, the best, kalsomine on ihe market for 65c per packet, inttcad of the usual 70c. BIG REDUCTIONS IN WALL PAPER Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING, ;