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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALO PAGE THIRTEEN TENOR OF SCHOOL BOARD 1YS; IS CRIllftOFPURCHASEFREESUPPLe Mailer at Superintendent's Sec- retary's Salary Also Ques- tioned by Mr. It was nol until ten minutes tnldulght that tho'School Board fin- ished Us sittings on Tuesday nlfhl. Apart from protracted sitting, was quite a liltlo breeze crested over tbs nuestlon of purchasing the of tho local 'dealers, in'pursuance of the' free supplies' policy adopted by 1319 Board. Hero It wai a case ot four to one, with Mr. Terrlll la tho minority. He opposed the proposal on tho grounds (bat tho 1 Board wero not la receipt of the ten put toy Mr. Darld- and carried unanimously the jpcclflciUonn for supplies, as pre sented to the Board by tho Sopcrlnten dent on January Sth, bo'approved by the but before specifications are furnished to any tenders, the be araecded-liy deleting effect as noon as possible, and the finance Committee and Secretary ar- range for new schedule after lag with a committee of Insurance men comprising Measri. Macbeth, Bowman und Leavitt." Salaries Inereiaed Dr. Black brought up the matter of placing Mr. Kilinpr, tho Physical In- structor, and Miss Dainty, the, school nurse, on the same schedule the teachers, which meant an Increase of salary in both cases, with a maximum of for the former. Ho consid- ered that Mr. Fllmer was entitled to the maximum raise of 1300 tlren principals, which would bring his prei ent ulary of up to The Board considered that tho Physical In itructor could hardly be grouped wita. regular teachers', but agreed to raise, Sir. Fllmcr'a salary to Tie Siiss applied to the nurse, who was, however, also (ranted an Increase of J3CO, brluglng her present salary to J1.100. Superintendent's The question of the increase of the aalary ot his secretary, Mlu Illetcher, from a month to brqughl up by Dr. Black. Mr. Terrlll mored that the consideration of tills tw de- ferred to the next meeting, as he want C.P.R; will he erected ay be secured from the local'deal- >a 'era. In accordance with the resolution t n lu ranca Pol Ictec A considerable portion of tha ses- may bo that when all the t la the of free supplies found to bo prohibitive and to" exceed tho sum of- arrived at by the .was occupied la dealing with the 1919.Hoard when tho question of free school Insurances, the premiums of F.upplles was discussed and adopted, .eorae of which we re: now due. The re- Mr.' Terrlll felt that It was lime port of the fluancbl committee tmcugh.to act when iho full cost could pointed to bring In a recommendation IJB submitted. Ho salfl that ha'was; as to dealing with {he whole matter not opposed to the policy of free sup-: of Insurance was considered and dlj- Uliss but that It shou'il be held within cusied at length, and In the end the following amende.! recommendation was adopted. In which all Ir.nnranccs limits In consideration t8 the taxpay era. Motion Objected To The following motion was Bubmllted liy Mr. Hogg. "That the Sunerlnten: dent and Secretary- ho authorized .to liuy from local dealers any supplies for pupils they may now have in stock tho Superintendent deems re- r.uisHe fur use In the schools at a price not exceeding the original cost price plus ten per cent." Mr. Terrill rigorously opposed the motion, asking the secretary lo note his objection and 1o record the same on tho minutes. .l'b.3 chairman panted before putting the motion to Iho mealing, and con- siderable discussion took place, aB the majority appeared to consider that 1lie policy of supplies was being lield up by Mr. Terrill. Mr. Davidson, m fact, voiced this, whereupon Mr. Terrill came back with the rejoinder that he could not have been paying nttcntlon to his remarks In -which ho Mil that he was not opposed to free liBspIlca provided there was a limit placed. atmosphere at times threatened to become, warin, and he- fore the motion was put the following rtmemlnient was moved by Mr. Terrlli, "That the Superintendent obtain from the local dealers the quantity'of sup- plies sach dealer can supply, tho School Hoard with on March 15th, and prices they will guarantee, to us'for were increased- 20 per ctnt and In some cases 30 per cent. "We advlie the renewing of all tha insurance expiring on January 20lh, this year, 1920............. "We find on looking over the total insurance, 'that' it due this year; In 1321, aad In :023. "We advise that the following In- surance due In 1921 be cancelled and renewed BO' tha't about -the same imbunt of Insurance comes due each year, making ihe' premium about the eame which las' 16' be 'considered In our estimates: C. B. Bowman Agencv, J2.500.00; W. V. N'olsou'S; Co., 600.00. "On examining .the .schedule of in- surance of the Uethbrldge Schools, vre advlBe a 20 per .cent, increase in in- surance throughout, except In the cases of the old High School Building, the Kindergarten, Westminster and Hardlevllle schools, where tho Insur- ance be Increased 30 per cent "We recommend that the Increased insurance be allotted as follows: A. J. Blackburne, J7.500; C. B. Bowman, W. SI. Harris, H. Mac- beth, O. Edge It, and the balance to the B. C. Trust Co. "First clause to be operative at once anil balance ot report to cut Into duties of the secretary and had ee eral questions to ask. Dr. Black >am that he would furnish Mr. Terrlll with a schedule ot Miss Bletcher's duties and the matter was postponed to the next meeting. Janitora Want Raise A request from the janitors for an Increase in their salaries was left ore until the next meeting, with Dr. Blacl asked to submit certain re commend at ions.. The question of renovating the ol High School with altering and Improv Ing the natural light wa? left for th Works and Property Committee t report on. A Grievance Sir. Selleiu walled on the hoard, from Fr'pnt iJed. At Weyburn- ii new express office tho engine houic pressing- his dissaUsfai'tton that h was nol allqwed to tender forvthe eon-' tract for the carpentering work on the alterations on the High School in re- gard to better ventilation. The con-, tract was given for tho work to the Hick SehlHardware Co. who were the lowest bidders contracting to do the work for and Siulth Bros, and Wilson were employed by the firm and the arcoitecL H. M. Whlddington. for the carpp.nlerlng work. In regard to Mr. Seller's grievance, the board adopted tho-resolution that the com- mittee on building see Messrs. Hick- Sehl and the architect 4n regard to the letting of the carpentering contract. Probation Officer's Salary Mr. Barrowraan, secretary of the Children's Aid Society, attended the .tended. At Saskatoon He freight sheds will e Improved anil au eleclria tyittra nslallnl at Halwood section and at utherland the chops will com- leted and: house facilities en- arged. At Jtoow Jaw the new station and building will be proceeded with. The platforms will reached through aabway frow'tta station aud the eii- houM will t tnatlr lucnued. will be mad a to enfine loujes si Wyayard, Sask., and Haf- bty, Alia. At Medicine Hat station facilities rill be Improved, engine house ex- panded and trackage Increased. building for the Do million Express will ba erected easl the present YIM.C.A.; freight tor mlnal capacity Increased by add! lonal trackage; Ice house facilities extendefl. will be rearrange ment of trackage and substantial ex enslon of the freight sheds. At rldje At and Macleod then be a considerable expenditure In improvements of present Al Cranbrobk, B.C.. engine house machine shops and ice house will be replaced by new- structures. At! Revelstoke'engine Douse facil ties will be improved to handle frui [raffle, additional tug and car barg 111 proceed on the Arrow Lakes. Vancouver work-on tie ne ocean pier will be pressed vigorous! and there will be pther Improvement to provide for the handling of th ernwins traffic of that great port. At Victoria J a fine office nnd te minal building will be erected for In coast slcamshlp service. JIany stations'will ue construcle n. small towns in Ihe prairie pro :nces. Building of brnnnli lines promo settlement aud servo farming dislric now without transportation will- 1 proceeded with rapidly. A full program of ballasting and r; replacement, .bridge replacemenl grade reduction, will bo carried out. i The president of the company will I slmrlly take a trip, over western' lines j to inspect aud discuss present condi- Uons. CardstoB Basketball Team Will PUj- Locsls on Gym. Floor Here Tonight will Ke the Cardston and jethbrfdje clash In what is ex-! jected to vbe a very .jxcitinf game, j ha eouthei-n hoopers say they are oing to make LethbrWgi go their every minute ot the game, anj ie "Y" boys cad do it. The "Y" line-up Is as follows: Irlsn ane aud Fulloa Bonnell, guards; 'ercy Irwio, centre; Geo. Young and iMcKlllop, forwards. Irish was laying on the fast team two ears ago, and tha Cardston boys -will ave to go some to get a basket when rlsh is on deck. Bonnell has been ut the game for some years but i back with all the old pep. Percy j rwln, as everyone knows, is one to e feared by the as he makes baskets like sixty of a kind. On U.e onrard line you will see Geo. Young, a boy irho bar made great strides in he basketball game and Is able to make the old boys sit up and Uko notice of him. "Red" McKiliop Is R wiiola team in himself. The preliminary will be ]ust as ei- clllng as the main game, for the Cardston and "Y" boys hare been practicing as hard as Ihe first teams ind their speed and playing will be something worth looking at. The ond team for the "Y" -will be chosen from the following players! C. Snovr, F. Cope, H. Hudson, W. Rldpp.th, A Green, Stead, and Morrison. All Ihcs? men Lave been working hard, EO you may be sure of a good game. The game starts al S o'clock. II is expected that Don Skousou, of Ray- will referee. IS YOUR BLOOD HUNGRY FOR IRON? Modern Methods of CcoWnjf-and Living Have Made An Alarming Increase in Iron Deficiency -in Blood of American Men and Women NUXATED IRON Helps Make Red Blood The Kind That Puts Roses Into the Cheeks of Women ,and Force Strength and Courage Into Veins of Men. "U yonr Hood AUrrlnfj for trill of Iron is reJ tlood tv..i. H you wric lo go without 1 Who Should Nuxated Iron' meeting in bebaii of the society in the matter of the proportion of salary paid by the Board to Probation Officer Lamb In his capacity as Truant Offic- er. In the present arrangement tlio Public School Board paid and the Separate School Board towards the' salary of a month paid Mi-. Lamb, the balance being charged lo the Children's Shelter. Mr. Barrow- man contended that this was not a fair projjcrtlon, as SO per.cent, of Mr. Lamb's time was occupied with the schools. la regard to tho point rais- ed, the Board adopted the following resolution, "That the Chairman, Sec- retary and Superintendent be appoint- ed a committee to go into the matter of Mr. Lamb's salary with the execu- tive committee of the Children's Shelter. This committee to report to the Board." 'Congestion in Hardievllle The Chairman and the Superinten- dent presented their Interim repbrt'on a conference they had with the Sep arate School Board In regard to the overcrowding of Kardlevllle School by the attendance there of 49 pupils of the Roman Cal'noiic church. In the Public Schools altogether there are at present 80 Roman Catholic pupils In attendance, exclusive of Grades-IX to XI. Tho Separate School Board wero surprised to 'near ot the number and Intended to enquire its to how many of were Roman Catholics and how many woro Greek Catholics. They, met Iho Public School delegates In a very reasonable and friendly spir- it and expressed their willingness to pajr pro fata for the cost of education of IL C. pupils in tho Public Schools and to bear their proportion of tho salary of the teacher, the upkeep, nnd cost of an annex to the Hardlevllle school, if It was considered that it shpuld built to meet tho conges- tion. Enrolment In the first week of Ihn opening of iho schools there were 1801' pupils In attendance made up as follows: Cen- tral, 724; Fleolwoorl, 253; Oalbralth, 243; Westminster, 315; llardleville, 100; High School, VILLA BAND EXECUTED AGUA PR1KTA, Mexico, Jan. Word 'hero this morning through military channels slated thai 13 members of a roaming Villa bnnc wore executed by Gen. Gonzalos, south of Ures, Sunday night. LIFE BOAT WASHED ASHORE JJANTES, France, Jan. life- boat from .the steamer. Afrique, which went to ,lhc- bottom yesterday morn- Ing in a heavy storm, has been wash- ed ashore- ou the coast of tho depart- ment of the The boat car- ried eight members of the crew and three soldiers. According to Ihe sur- vivors, they had to jump into the to reach the boat. TO FEED ALTA. HORSES TO FOXES OF P. E. I. CALGARY, Alta., Jan. ranchers of Prince Edward Jtlind want to purchase tome of Alher- old and worn-out horses. They want to feed the animals to the foxes. One rancher from tKe little written to George Hoadley, M.L.A., of Okotoks, ask- ing for Information as to the sup- ply and The -fox rancher writes that several fox breeders are for an immediate shipment of 100 horses, as the supply of old tn Prince Uland has been exhausted. They went to the foxes. U. S. ateil S. League approprl: in.dry.cam- __ 173 V-'f- Keep Baby's Woollens Soft and Sweet Even little garments are dear must make them last, and of course you want them always soft and comfy for the important wee person. The little woollens need never shrink a stiffen or grow' after repeated washings" if you cleanse them in the pure, creamy Lux lather. It's so sirrtple to whip the delicate Lox flakes into a rich simple to squeeze the suds through the little take them out absolutely sweet- and clean and fresh. Lux is on sale at all Grocers, Departmental Stores, A banJy little ndpe booklet entitled, Care of Dainty Clothes" mill be gladly sent free on request. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED. TORONTO. LUX ANTI-SOC1ALIST. LEADER.DEAD HOME, Jan. Romania, leader of the anti-Socialists in tlic lower house of'the Italian parliament, Is dead, following an attack of perit- j, >R DRY I4 IREWOOb PHONE 516 P. LUND SON LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES JAN. 20 SERVICE CAMPAIGN JAN. 20 and Uie ".t wMcri of tliij coynJry live inadc such an alarming increase in iron Efficiency in ihc bk'Cil ct American cr.ieti ih.M I marveled M the larpft of 1-cdp'i: wlio lack ifiiii in -o'j can vilx without ye hire mcrejird (Iielr V 'T jc" n Nux .ir.J and Oll.tr umil.ir iron rwlniince i.. while froJucu ar.J IS tet rctjld, reintaber tifeini iron in llic fOH SALE IN ,THI3 CI.TY BY J. O. HIGINBOTHr'.M 1 CO. LTD.- LEAVES DOMINION 8TEEL John K. Hoss, Ihe Montreal cap owing lo press-of'pcraon- al has resigned, froni til- rcrtoralc of Hid Slcol foratlou. TUESDAY JANUARY 20th UNDER the direction of a Committee of Lethbridge Citizens a systematic canvass will be lield for the purpose of assisting the Salvation Army in the many branches of Social Service Work which have been neglected during the war, and are in urgent need of funds. Institutions and Branches operating in.Alberta: 1 Military Hostel, 1 Rescue Home, 1 Children's Home, 2 Salvage Departments, 1 Industrial Home for Men, Prison and Police Court Work in Several Centres and IB Corps.- .CENTRAL ORGANIZATION HON. HONOR LT.-OOV. R. H. BRETT. A. G. MACKAY. JAMBS RAMSEY, ESQ., 5I.P.P, MATTHHW BSDAL.Q ESQ. ALDERJIAtf HEPBURN. A. DUOIIANAN; ESQ. JOHN A, ESQ. T. SI. TUHNUULb, ESQ., TREASURER AW. II. C. OROANIZBR FOE PROV1NCB OF A1JH3IITA.- LETHBRIDGE COMMIHEE A. R. V. GIBBONS. FRED SPOONER. DR. W. I'. CRA10. T. C. niDPATH. JOHN C. BASS 'ADJUTANT GEO. JOHNSTONS THE UNION' BANK OF CANADA, BRIDGE. Lay Your Gift On The Altar Service To Humanity ONE DAY HOME SERVICE CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS: THE UNION BANK OF CANADA, COR, 5th STREET AND 3rd LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. MAKE CHEQUES PAYABLE TO HOME SERVICE CAMPAIGN TREASURER, UNION BANK OF CANADA; LETHBRIDGE. ONE DAY ;