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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALt THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LIVE LOCAL.JiKWJl I WEDNESDAY, JULY 1920 SECOND SECTION AJJ3ERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN J.E. Hodgson Comes Back to City Public Schools Former High School Principal Awarded'Position Vacated By Supt. Be Popular Choice. Mr. J. K. Hodgson, at present of Consolidated school in the A GOOD SUGGESTION 4 Suggeitloo lave been made that, in a spirit of thankfulness for tho re-, tent rains, a public thanksgiving ser- province, luig boon, offered und lius -to-1 ,l d cepteil .the position superintendent' of public and principal of' tlie )ilgu school Dbliiily. Tkis was the out- come or a spec-i-il mcetinjc of the trus- tees held. oii Tuesday iiljht. Mr. liodfc- vice, to last about leu'iniiiutes, be hi Gardens and that th-j Mayor and Coiuinisslou- ers take Ihe imltalive; in calling ilia same. The Cuumiltsiouers consider that a move ot this kind should come wliu Is in the ciiv. was eVlied In after the.7 of_ tlio- board untl accepted, the position {it the Initial fcalary of The uud principal ScslanV.lo board a straightfor- ward laU before ihe position was of ft.red and Ht cpted b> him lie con sidfc'rt'O proper efficiency de- tired v.-as .-'to be'Eiilned by' combining Hie oliice of del 01 tho I schools that ot prindual of" the! liigii sc-lioot i'lle went so far as to say that en a of tic high sirhool was not und that lie It he iu the i cc o1" IUL siiDerintcndent to help from the minister's of (lie city with whom tlie) would be read) to cooper The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline; u ma'o tie ive leacho a gooil knclicr .id the good teacher an rcitlier li Ihe line followed In inspector mil lal.en the Mliool boird Iht polin -uhocated I, Four Officials Hert Now Direct- ing Supply Temporarily Short. The provincial department of agri- culture, has taken further steps to conibat the grasshopper c.vil of the south, and today A. Murphy, who maintained an office here during the seed gram rclltf in sprlrg and Uenj. Lawton to" lake part In the work. This makes .a staff four men at the local "hopper, office." The others are P. Toiukins and Jaocs Weir At the present. time; the supply- ot molasses has given out; but that is no reason for a stoppage the- fight ogiilnst (he hoppers. Salt .'can oe sub- stituted for" the molasses and lemons Mthougli this Is said not to be as still it Is tapahle of doing good work. As .it: will have an attrac- tion foi cattle, advice that it 'he '.spreads as sible. been given thinly -as pos- A car, of ;mblasse6. on way .from'Yaneouver'and when this tie for corihlnirig the two -m I it wi" be -ipeeijfh distribut Mtiun-o? superintendent and Cl! In nccordai (.e with the oHers on hand.. In ihe rhenrjlinie the officials desire, the to keep up their, light, using the salf The followine formula given "pfljionnds pf nag lieeu followed. 'lni-.tr-, Invio'son in the nrelimlnar} ilUlheritnii nasjstraiigt} u.dined to HHl-Duribj3, IEUC celled Mrs. Ho'nier.Tis nbw'.instIdled in her She is a graduate mirsft.of London, Kng and is a returned nursing sitter, having been engagew overseas irt France during the witn the Queen Alexandra nurses Ihe- lost, her lins band-in tb.B-.vv.ar. 4 elated PT-JO) meeting of the Un lonlst members cf the bouse of com mous of vvhicb ihe Rfebt Hon Waltei Long is president, passed a resolution urging the government i to. bring n devolution ipgislative and administrative, for England, EAT MORE ICE CREAM, ITS GOOD FOR YOU During (he hot Wither to save cooking take horns CHIEF MOUNTAIN VELVET ICE CREAM, CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND BUTTER, CHIEF PUASTEURIZEO MILK, CHIEF MOUNTAIN BUTTER i btrtle of rich, sweet tream to serve with fruit. We are eiterert for all of thex delicious hot weather articles of >re prtpiraij to give our customers the lot word In quality tnA Kfvlct. ICE CREAM IN BRICK OR flavor, delivered to part of tho city. PHONE 1S29 AND OURiDRiVER WILL CALL Come In arid Visit Our New Plant, It WIN Pleate You, CHIEF MOUFfTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 "Canada's Best" YEARS OF CAREFUL STUDY OF PLAYER.PIANO REQUIRE- MENTS, HAVE RESULTED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THE WILLIS The joy of a Player-Piano increases ?.f you become better acquainted with It. Let us give the Introduction. PAYMENTS ARRANGED SUIT TO Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Tho Calgary city council li at the, present moment considering action to! be.taken in regard to the request oi the gas company for an Increase of rates. -Permission has been asked to investigate the books of the company tieforo coming to a final decision. If should decide on "grant- Ing the request of the gas coinpany, I.elhbridge, it would appear, will be placed In au uncomfortable position in the standing of the clty.ou the ant- ler of the contract iuado whereby the (raiicblse was given ihe company. The action taken by Lethbridge will again reflect On Macleod, in that in contract signed there the provision is made that the price of gas to Msc- leod should not exceed the pries paid In I.ethbridge. In the event of Calgary agreeing to pay the higher price for gas it may practically settle the matter so far as Lethbridge is concerned, In the fact that Calgary can'take all the gas pro- duced by the company. The between the city and the gas company at thfl lime made appears to be very loosely drawn up and all iu favor of the gas company., There is notbitig in it by which the gac company can be forced to supply gas. If it conies to a show-down !n L'ethbrldge refusing to" pay the higher nrice for gas, eltjr.- lake over .the plant within me city at a fair valuation. If Ibis is uol done within a specified time it reverts to the gas company who can then go on doing business on its own terms. It may be taken for gra'nted.'howeYe'r, that Ibeliig majority of citlzeiisrwill refuse lo pay more than they r Ing at the present lima for gas, and too city will not He dowir on any pro- posal lo pay a higher price for gas but" will fight the matter to a finish. Dr. Edward W. McBaln, Thomas, Is dead. of St. rXILUTH POLICE CHIEF :IN TOILS QN BOOZE CHARGE- PULUTU, Slinri, July of Police John and Frank Ilrad- .United States marshal, arrested today by lives' from the' United States marshal's office in St.-Paiil on warrants charg- ing complicity in bringing liquor from Canada to Duluth.' MUTTON 4. PERKINS SHOEMAKERS -.The pee. place where you con get your shoes fixed just, rlglit. Orders.called for and delivered. 41M" FIFTH-STREET PHONE 6E3 3 Doon South' Colonial Theatre Cool and Served in Our Tea Rooms KIRKBY'S 606 third Avenue South P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business Ritchie Paterson and Co. 50 Acadia Building .612 Third Avenue (South) YOU DONT HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURB MILK We dellTer milk fresh from our 'Ofn dairy herd, is time (or brcakfafl. PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwkk Son North Lethbrldgt Dairy If you eat at this CA FE Your meals are as goxxl and as moderately'priced as you can you ivill enjoy every'hing you order. The Yale THE rfE.W'CAFE 812 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Faacy California PeaclM, 2 Ib. packages, each'...-..... 75c Oooseberries, per- basket 15c Spanish Piaientoes, per tin 2Sc Canned BeeU, per tin.....20c Foster-Clark's "Custard Powder, pkg........... Dry Fact Pumpkin, per tin W Genuine French Sardines, in puro olive oil, 2 tins. 65c Van Houten's Cocoa, ner tin 45c Florida Grape Frail Juice, per bottle Pearl Jlominy, per pkg. 20e Crosse Blackwell Afariualade, per.bott'ft 40c Brooms, extra heavy straw, Welch's Pliunlade and Peach- lade', per jar .....___...'4Oe regular 25c; on sale, each 120 Marmalade, Malkin's Beet, per pail ,.e.-----'...........J1.00 Canadian Boiled Dinner, Priines. 2 Ibs. tor 4Sc Bath Soap, 3 large cakes for 25c. GEO. KERR CO. GROCERS SERVICE AND- SATISFACTION, GUARANTEED DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY Here is-healthful; sensible summer hod. Pure milk, palatable butter and appetizing ice cream. Tho maximum of food value, in contained in thesa foods. They supply tho tissues with all tho nutritive elements the body requires a.n'rt are cool .and enjoyable for Bummer comfort. Don't put an eilra tax on your "digestive organs by eating body heating meats and otbor heavy foods. .We'll supply your daily iveeds if you say Jvt phone please. _ Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 HAIL INSURANCE United Grain Growers Securities, and Federal Insurance Co. Premium payable in or by R. V. GIBBONS, AGENT ns-o WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS. FIRM OPERATING LINE OF ELEVATORS IN PRAWIE PROVINCES is DESIROUS'OF GETTING IN TOUCH WITH A NUMBER OF GOOD ELEVATOR AGENTS. APPLY GIVING FULL PARTICULARS AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX'15, HERALD HOME-GROWN ALFALFA In Car or Ton Lots Pricei to Clear. HAYING MACHINERY Mowers, Rakes, Sweeps and Stackers, You will only need lo these to appreciate their better Value. t FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED EVERYTHING FOR" THE FARM COALDALE LETHBRIDCE I ANNUAL MEETING JULY 8TH ;