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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL JWWt TOt) tXFKT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nu HUALn PACK or LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1931 LETHBIUDGli, AJLBEUTA, Term Enrolment To Open Rooms in surance is Placed Insurance, as It related to board future increases In the school pong latiou mutt be provided lor either b erecting new ichool buildings or b ualng the assembly halls in Centra Fleotwood and Qalbralth schools an thv gymnuHim of WeiltmluBter o by renting buildings or hulls not or and non-board inauvance cotnpauiev >.cr purposes waa a feature of discussion at the BurgmaiTi present In us meeting of the Public Schools' Board iin North -Lethbrldge and It on Tuesday night. This arose in the i necessary to accommodate the class- application for the distribution of in the gymnasium of Weitmlnste worth of flre insurance On when pupils-are admitted school buildings, etc., which expires i February'1st Arrangements are be- on January 20th. Tile board insur-i made to eqnlp the smaller clasi ance companies were represented the ssaembly hall in Messrs, w. Leavitt and O. B. Edgett, and the non-board by E. R. J. Forster. Tlio arguments for and against board and non-board insurance were argu- ed by the respective parties. It was brought out that certain insurance companies were non-board In eastern Canada and board in the West. Centra) idiool and It Is expected tha the classes can be re-organised that with the addition of this class room the requirements for the pres ent term will be met. The situation in Hardlevllls school Is not entirely satisfactory as the use of the base- ment for class room purposes shoulc be continued for a longer period ing witf board Insurance companies itban is absolutely necessary, aa agifnst non-board companies was Ntw Teachers evenly divided between the four trus- Mlss Ramsay succeeds Hiss Jack- toss present, Messrs. Hogg, Smith, SOR ln Fleetwood school while Mlsa Hamilton and Loverlng. The two Keitn engaged for the class room former held strongly in favor of the iu Burgman's fnll succeeding Mrs. fcoard while tbe two latter were in- A- who was temporarily em- clined to give the non-board com- for the PO'H'on- Miss Bnther- Banies some consideration In the Iam' nas employed to commence result of the voting, on a resolution dllties February 1st In Central school submitted by Dr. Lovering whlcli was Mlss Haanl> In Westminster. Al- lost, Mr, Hamilton stayed with the 'be low" grades In Fleet- opinion expressed by Messrs. Hogg! Qalbraith schools will be to and Smith in favor of continuing the soma congested in February It was not considered advisable to policy of tbe School Boaro) in confin- ing the school firo insurance to the board Insurance companies. The re- solution submitted by Dr. Lovering, for which he was tho only one who voted in its favor, was: 'That.the fire Insurance expiring on January 20th, 1821, as per statement of Secretary be renewed, with the ex- ception that of the insurance now being carried by the company represented by E. 'A. Sharman. I given to tho non-board company "re; resented by E. R. J. Forster, wlil 13.000 Insurance on Court laud Street School." Unanimous Agreement In the end a unanimous. resolution that the( insurance bo re- newed with t.I-3 existing with the amount carried by I-J, A. Shar% roan. I.. S. Ripley and Co., niack- burne and Co., and W. A. Leavitt, to be reduced J2 000 each. Tills sum of to bo Kiven to Mr. Forster provided lie represented a board company. The gymnasium of Westminster considered advisable open new roottfl 'for their ac- commodation, GET-TOGETHER PAGE SEVEN ALL LITTERS TO EDITOR 4 MUST IE SIGNED The Herald continues to re- 4 celve letters with the request tbat they should be published In our columns without tho sig- natura of the writer. It is well to point out again that this paper consistently adheres to tho rule that no letter can ap- pour In Its columns unless the name of the writer is attached. All other letters find a place in the waste-pacer basket. Percy: "Now, Johnny Jones, I want you to apologize for calling me goggles' tha other 21st Century Press. of the cold storage mutton. A gov- ernment mark, they hold, should be placed on the cold storage meat by the wholesaler, then down the line to the retailer and the restaurant opera- tor. In this way the fresh and storage mutton would be designated and the rights and privileges of tho public safeguarded. Members of Board of Trade Think They Should Be Held Oftener That the idea of the city men get- ting in touch with the farmers, such' as they have only aa at the Board of Trade supper and to fill. Sales o'f i no syinmiHiiim 01 Westminster t, t C L ui School is to be properly fitted to ac- S? on'" "l. H T h Mnf S5 commodate two class rooms at the on Mr. Macleod says is sllg earliest date possible, and the Prop- h du t0 general expectal ._ Herald by business men who attended i wool circles. Wools Firming in Price So Local Secretary Says and Outlook Brighter A close watch Is being on the ool market by the sheepmen of the uth as only about one half of the 20 clip has been sold. According to a statement this morning by Sec- retary N. T. Macleod, of the South Alberta Wool Growers' Association, the outlook is somewhat brighter than It has been. Tho last report sent eut by the gov- ernment shows that the Canadian trade in wools continues quiet. A number of mills have been shut down pending a change In the situation. Mills tbat In the market for supplies buying very cautiously jew orders medium clothing g at 35 cents. ilightly In tion In erty Committee was empowered to Coast Bond Men Coming To Look Over LN, Issue Word received morn- Ing from Geo. Chew, who been over on the coast for some time endeavoring to got financial houHi Interested in the Leth- brldoe Northern bonds. It ii a well known fact that practically all the Canidian bonds sold in recent yennt have been absorbed in the Pacific coast states and Mr. Chew, for that reason, has been doing his utmost to Interest bond nouses there. According to a letter received this morning several financial men from' Portland and San Francisco will be here within the next two weeks to look over the project. The enrolment for December waa everybody enjoyed the meeting Mutton still commands a fair price, as compared with for the mllch as r they al, t ,7 averred Mr. Macleod. What the as- same month last year. Total enrol- was ment for the tsrm was as com- erent parod with in 1819. New pupils fhe farnWsr And abilT during the month 31. ties were a big surprise to me. Let's School Accommodation I have more of these gatherings. They the as- eye-opener to me. It was is now working for Is the to hear the expressions from proner marking '-by the government w 11 c> i i j ii i.nji u m L 1115317 BHLlim 111KB, X IltJV In the Superintendent's report It will do much to draw the city and was pointed out that as the average country together" R W Grele enrolment per class room is 40 and Manager of Western Orocws as all of fhe class rooms are at pres-. We ent occupied it is evident that all get the farmers' viewpoint right from i _ i their own lips. things apolten. There were some good I was quite benefitted by the meeting. I hope they continue." W. Bawden, furniture dealer. "The Board of Trade of Lethbridge does well to'reallze that their activi- tfes must be district in scope. Our work is spread over a large area, and the proper appreciation of the needs I and problems of every tributary dis- trict Is essential. The meeting Monday B i night was a magnificent success. rractically Assures Southern These annual meetings cnn be made Alberta Towns of Future and influential What comes "ONCE TO EVERY WOMANT" Is it Gas Supply The Foremost field, southeast Lethbrldgn. now looked upon gatherings. I will also state here that I am in favor of a .monthly Board of Trade luncheon rttber than a weekly luncheon as at present.' The scope ol of the luncheon could then be extend- as ed and at each gathering the rural of the company southeast of Foremost s ,ss arsy-visi abundant supply seems available In the Foremost field gas patrons will breathe a siph of relief. Further they will find Comfort In the know- ledge that the survey of the new field and the promising character o( it, will likely preclude any Increase In gas rates. I What comes "ONCE TO EVERY If. it the Chance for Richest The Shoe Shop 318 1st Ave. 8. Next Door to Arlington Hotel. This Is theVtace to feave your old shoes repaired, with satis- faction guaranteed, by an old- timer, TH08. BERNICR, Prep. Ladies' Hairdressing Are Reopening for Business. Combings Made Up. Splendid Variety ef Switches. Special Halrdresslngs, etc. Phone for' Appointments. MRS. WOODS, SCALP SPECIALISE AND MEDICAL MASSAGE, Hull Blk., Qround Floor IS nature's food It gives you health and strength, and when you are healthy you can work easier and better, and when you are feeling fine and working hard yoi1 are almost bound to succeed. Let us you a bottle of health and success every morn- ing on your doorstep. Crystal Dairy 'Phone 1576. LIMITED rox PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 6-4 Acadlc S12 Third AVMIK QUAKER BREAD John Gilmore Ltd. of Quaker tread. 371 Plenty of Rain Next Year, Says Mountain Horse ..Mountain Horse and his wife and family, of the Blood Indian Reserve, aro in the city today on business and viewing the sights of the town. Mountain Horse. who lias a good education and speaks English fluently, is an overseas man and -proud of It. He lays the Indians on the re- serve are enjoying the mild win- ter, and are not worrying about a dry season following. "Old In- dians, who know all about the weather Bay we'll have plenty of rain this said Mountain Horse, a broad smile radiating genial, coppery face. BEING USED AGW1 LOCAL UWYER Application of Law Society to ROD. WYNNE, TRAVELER FOR ASHDOWNE'S HERE, DIES SUDDENLY AT 'PEG (Calgary AInertan) Roderick Wynne of Calgary, com- mercial traveller for J. H. Ashdown Hardware company, and well known in the city, died suddenly at Winni- peg last evening, where he had gone to attend the firm's annual conven- tion of salesmen. Mr. Wynne left Calgary only a few days ago and on his arrival In Win- nipeg was taken 111 with pneumonia to which he succumbed yesterday. He was unmarried lived at 610 19th avenue west. The remains are belni taken to Norwood. Ont., Mr. Wynne's former home, for burial. Strike His Name Off Rolls Made in Edmonton An Ekimonton rsAm an if- pllcatlon by the Society of Al- berta to strike a Lethbridge solicitor off the rolls. The name of the soliei- tor is not mentioned. Tha applica- tion, with George steer appearing for the Law Society, and J. S. McCaffrey, for the solicitor, was argued before Mr. Justice Hyndman in Supreme Court chambers, at Edmonton, on Monday. The most interesting feature of the application was that it was ported by affidavits of Tom Baisoff. who hanged on December 2Znd last, and George Akroff the train rob- ber who was shot at Believue. Lethbridge lolicitor. whose practice has been called Into ques- tion, defended Bamoff and Akroff, says the Edmonton paper, in a theft ease, prior to sensational hold-up ef the C.P.R. train at Sentinel. The bandlta complained of the manner In which their caw had been handled Were In Court In "II THE CALOARY SCORE CALGARY, Jan. T.othbrM'9 list sfeht in the inter-city bowling tourna- ment by a total score of to Brown of Calgary scored the high toUl of The late Mr. Wynne was well known here, having been a member of tho McKeown Hardware Co. staff some years ago. This is a secret message to you, a message which Mother and Dad are not supposed to see, so T we are going to epeak straight and frankly. You are entitled to a "good" deal. You have a right to be healthy and happy and strong. You don't want to be a weak- ling. You want a strong back, you want sound and vigorous nerves. You don't .want to bo nervous and sick. You want good lungs, strong heart, stout stomach, efficient bowels and kidneys, and everything sturdy. You want to be a person of back- bone. You don't want Mother and Dad to overlook keeping your spine in condition with chiropractic adjustments. If they don't know about chiroprac- tic, they ought to. Chiropractic spinal adjust- ments aro a wonderful aid to weak babies. NO CHARGE Consultation Is without chsrge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phonis 1OT Mid 1441. The last paragraph r crlls the trial here, in Mar 1919, of two of the name of Akroff and Doff. The latter >-as the name as It appeared In the charge on the Information laid but was in reaiity Tom Bassoff. The charge was one of the theft of two horses, a set of double harness, and a wagon, rained at the property of R C, Harvey. The pie. put Bp by the accused at the time was that they merely took the team and wai- on to get to Lethbridge. They were Mth convicted, receiving nominal sen- tences of one and two weeks In the provincial Jtil. From what the Her- ald can gather the charge of mal- practice against the solicitor was that he received a chequl for the defense of the two men now dead, In the case referred to, but did nothing further. In the case, when It came up evi- dence went to show that Bassoff was at the time in possession of a rifle and gan. Judgment was reserved by Mr. Jus- tice Kyndman in the application made. AH Departments Had Crtdit for Year Elected A Tery enthusiastic and wen at tended meeting of the parishioners ol St. Augustln's Church wss held in the parish hull on Tuesday nlfht; when officers tor the year were elect ed. The financial statement sqbml! ted was of a very encouraging nature. The different organizations- of Un- church had rendered great help In tho financing, all of them had balances, and lu the case of some, larger ones. The following were the officers elected: Churchwardens T. H. JFleetwood; M. man. Conybeare, C. B. Bow- man, R. Wellington, J. F. Simpson, D. A. Simpson, A.-Hayr, W. Barnacml. C. Carberry, E. A. Sharman, P. Colp. man, E. S. Jackuon, H. w. Meech. Of these Messrs. Bowman, D. A. Simp- son, Carberry, Barnacal, and Colpi man are new medibers. Vestery V. Butler. to Jack- son, Dr. Conybeare, and Dr. Taylor. A. Sharman, R. A. Smith, and C. F. Jamieson. All the elections were by ballot, What comes "ONCE TO EVERY Is it Self-Sacrifice? THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA to MlvtM that H for rorrtal DEPOSIT HSUMCW wW SM srUul fumtm Total Resources......... 008 Lethbridge E. Macltay, Breeched also at Magrath, Carditon, and TaW n mm mm TO M FAMIiY BABY All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE FRIZES ;