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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TD LOCAL NaTOW !IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WE HnAun PAGE or LOCAL NEW! "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921 SECOND SECTION LKTWKHJDUli, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN Ed. Sehl Is Again President Of Ik Children's Aid No Increase in Juvenile quency in the City Delia- SOAKED HUNDRED FOR HAVING LIQUOR A flne ot with costs, was Inflicted, at Bellevue, on Monday, on Mllo Marechuk, on Intormttlon (pid by the A. P., for haying in his possess- ion liquor (or lale. PROBATION OFFICER SUBMITS REPORT At the iniiui! matins of the Chil- dren's Aid Society, held in the Mayor's office on Monday night, the following officers were elected for tfce year. E. J. Sehl; Vice- Presldent, Mils Tlliey; Secretary, It. Barrowman; Treasurer, Superlnten- dent Hodgson. Tile appointing ot the committee was held orer until the next mac-ting, with names to be sub- mitted by the nominating committee appointed, the four officers elected. A committee, consisting of E. J. S.hl Mb, Tllley, R. Barrowman and W. A. R. Cocq, was appointed to draft h the PLWAJBD Fonr Hundred People Entitled to Membership Members Must Register Between three and four hundred of tho Department ot Neglected and Delinquent Children, for which the Children's Aid Society acted, as fcelng to conserve as far as possible the or- children of parents who reom, offl_ (or 1M1 and im- ta th9 con- Now it will be neceisary for a member to hare lived In Alberta or prior January 1, is discussed at and the outcome was that Coleman Plays In Leth. Tonight at 8 j At Moment Arrangement Made for Match Lethbridge Had Been Advised "No Macleod But Qpleman Team Had Left Before the Locals Could Make Other Arrangements. NORTH LETHBRIDGE RATEPAYERS TO MEET A North Lethbridge ratepay- ers meeting is called for Fri- day evening next, in the United Church Hall to discuss the school board's proposal to turn Westminster gymnasium into a classroom. All interested are urged to be present as North Lethbridse has no repre- sentative on the school hoard this year. Coleman will play in Lethbridge tonight. Through tome circumstances not known in Lethbridge the Coleman hockey team came east today to play Irt Macleod, after Lethbridge had been notified that the'game had been postponed. Now arrangements have been made fo play the game in Lethbridge. The game will start'at 8 o'clock. Vice-Presldent Healy, of Macleod, postponed the game this morning and notified George Dixon, of the Lethbridge team, to that affect. Soon after the train left for Macleod thli afternoon Mr. Healy got In touch with Mr. Dixon and said hit notice of postpone- ment had apparently not reached Coleman because the team from that towrfwat then on Its way to Macleod. George Dixon did not think it wlje to try to take his team to by motor car, and put up the proposition thai Coleman come to Lethbridge. Now every hockey fan In Lethbrdige has opportunity of seeing hit home team play the league on ice. Thi> Is to decide a tie played some time ago, and from the play the local boys put against Macleod last night the gome should be one of the best In the league. All tha Lethbridge players are feeling fit today. Last nighfi game has not hid any bad effects on them, end good turnout of fans tonight will help matters greatly. Five hundred people otn ue the game in the rink. have, ah opportunity to develop Into j" m, -npMlTir 'a're was largely attended was shown in ail the Hospital Board Delays Capital Expenditure from all the actual amount paid in totalled In this Is Was Custodian Of The Notorious Train Bandit Warden of Georgia Prison Visitor in Comes After Prisoner Inspector Slioebotham, lately In tho who was then a corporal In the force. The baud cif Mountk's had a running HRM with Hill Miner and two of his gang before tho three were captured. Miner was lodged In the j New Westminster jail, arid shortly I after made his escape. lie evidently hack on his out practice of hold- tip and robbing trains over the border, for it was Tor .this offence ho was convicted and sentenced to twenty years in the penitentiary in v r.eorgia. He did niu survive uis sen- twice very dying in tho prison abnut two years after lie had enter ed it. Escaped Three Times While in the Georgia prison Dill Miner gave Warden Smith consider- able in the determined at- tempts he made at escape, lie sot awuy no less than 3 timas. but was caught and brought uack. It was the last escape, in the exposures lie en- BILL MINER CAUSED A LOT OF TROUBLE Warden J. E. Smith, of the State Penitentiary, Georgia, is in the city today to escort, hack the man J. H. included 'the JOB! of the j Charles, at present a prisoner .in the government grant, and the grant I proviaoial jail on a sentence of vag- from the city. With credit balance! rancy. It will be remembered that (at the end of 1119, this enabled the j Charles made a confession to Chief financial stateratnt to show the small: of Police Oillespie, at the time he was de-flcit In the year's working of arrested, that he had escaped from tho penitentiary in Georgia where he was undergoing a tea years' sentence ship of the Department to the Society. Each city of to erect and maintain a Shelter, the oversight of which belongs to the Children's Aid Societies. In the case of Juvenile delinquency, however alarming the increase has eleewhere, .there has been no appreciable Increase In regard to juvenile courts, In the they will undertake to deal More effectively with the family that produces the neglected or delinquent 'child. At present there are in the IPrartaet practically three ways In -which the court may dispose of these fwfco are found guilty. They be .placed on probation; they may be made wards of Neglected Children's Department; or they may be committ- ed to th'ft Industrial School at Portage Xa Prairie, or. in the case of girls, to