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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JUVE LOCAL WEDNESDAY, JULY SECOND SECTION LETHBIWDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline MIchattis.) publisher Asks W. A. Buchanan, M. Quota- tions from Lethtiridge y Mines An Ottawa'publlshtr with a flve-; building Is thinking of ex- perimenting with Alberta W. A. Buchanan', M.P., was asked yes- terday'to forward quotations on Chinook and Gait coal, along with freight charges. The.frelght It was' found, made the price fo 1 Ottawa a Mr. Bu- chanan'told, the his order could be filled and suggested that he should get busy and en-', deavbrto'get the railways to make" a _ special1 coal tariff to eastern Canada' points.- Now briag .on your and, nrftfsa 'when you want to converse of these diyj. Do cot. nigh any more for the time gone before; but root for the up-do-date ways. r'or none of the years- that are past are as good as one. here at last; it is lime we were through, knocking everything new, for today lias all others outclass- ed. Some insist the year eigbteen- uought-two skinned the 'are now pulling through. H. C. L. makes ua moan, and' 'twas then quite ira- ;.biit I don't give, a cent, Do, School Board Will Hold An Investigation at Hardieville do you? you? For 1 like'everything up to 'I consider, the airship is great, and the auto to-me is a symbol of glee, as 1 flivver all over the state All those chaps who are eager to fret because we are" not living" yet with the spiuning-vfheel. ways'; in ihe old soft-soap days do not; cause mo 16 feel one regret. But; they'-handle their hammers with'glee1 a a they, say: "In the year 'nlnety-tbree spuds were one I cent per pound; J'd not have them yound, because they were too com moo for me. While now, they are so blooming high, 1 anrglad to wear one 'In my tie; and.'-ssj.i'riy the tariff on "clothes makes a chap want to go off aid is the way folks, take on-about the fair days that are a pity, me- that these, past-loving ginks did nolMivo in.thV-good old year one. But I'm for the days that are here, the glad, jolly this year, and I take'- but'scant' hood "of years'" gone to see'd'as f'crank iip my airship with cheer. Princijial Martin Waits on Boitrd Asking for Reinstate- ment With. Above Result Incident" was occe the presence at the The "Martin more aired by meeting of the public school board, held .on Tuesday night, of a delega- tion from Hafdieyille, consisting J. C: Barclay, Aleck Scott, James Dow, and David Coutts, repre- senting, as they stated, 95 per cent. of the parents pupils of the Hardieville school. The. deputation was Mr. Martin nnd Mr. Virtue, his solicitor. Addressing the trustees, Mr. Virtue said that he appeared before them on behalf of Mr. Martin and 95 per of the piireuts ot the pupils of the Hardievitle school. In'.the first place iie wished to tell the trustees that ho was not present in any spirit of con- tentlpii in attitude of the board. He' kiiew that the trustees were anxious'to be-just and .to, give "a fair doal. But, he continued, if things are allowed to go as they are a great injustice ivill he "done to Mr Martin, -lie felt thata mountain was made out of a molehill In regard to iho seditious charges made. againsl ahd that uiolehUl was'the personal spite of Mr. Gleam. To re- Atkt for Reinttafemsnt .ward by Trustee Davidson and voted Raymond Protests Herald's Story i Here Are Judge's Own Words On May 15th the Herald published To emphasize the O'ature ot the In-1 pn by him aud; trustee Terrill, with specter's report, as be viewed It. Mr. Trustees and ,ScoU_hi the "What's Matter Ifaymoml; Virliie drew attention to his mention that the music was fair when 'it was well known Hint the village o! Ilardie- a whole bad beneutted musi- cally by what Mr. Martin had done in the furtherance of musiu Ninety-five per cent, of the parents, said Mr. Vir lue, refuted the inspector's report and wanted Mr, Martin retained. Mr. Mar- tin was that there should be another inspection and re- port made, from an party. He suggested that the principal of Ha'rdieyille school should lie reinstat- ed for another mouth at least aud'that an. be made and a report tendered tbe'board by tho new super- intendent, Mr. Hodgion. In this he was expressing the desire of the nine- ty-five per parents. Outcome of "Report Trustee: Terrill voiced the opinion of the board in that the deci- sion come to the dis- missal of Mr.' Martin was the outcome of the. inspector's report and had noth- ing to do with tlieVOtiiin! charges. Tie board ha'd report of the governime'nt inspector. The other trustees this. .Trustee Martin's answer, if on a complete an- swer to 1 would not rasa judgment both sides'were' given'the oppprtunily to produce.evl- follows: "Tliat the Chairman of the' hoard iiamo a cam- the following under the caption: Judgo Gives Broad mltteo ot three from this board to in- taking part in vesligatc'the charges. made by A. J. mond post of "Ralph Collett, who confessed- to the robbery of the Hay Oleam against W. Martin, the chair- man of tho'conimitte'e to notify Martin and Gleam of the day and hour wben :he -bonimillee .will sit in Hardievillo school; for the purpose ot investiga- tion." Then followed the resolution, fram- imond post oifice last December, and 1 who had been remanded for sentence, came up for the same- before Judge- acd was given six mouths in the provincial Jail. In passing sen; tence His Honor took the age of the youth, who Is 17 years old, into con- sideration. He felt that'.It1 was not so much the fa'uli of the youth that ed by Trustee Hogg, with Trustee ho got into trouble but the Scott voting for it and Trustees David- son and Terrill dissenting, which read as follows: ''That the board declare that- in Its dismissal of Mr. Martin frooi-.tne position of principal in Har- d'eVllle school'the board was acting solely on the inspector's report as to the merits of J. W. Martin's teaching, and that tio far as: the board is: con- cerned In the' charges made by one Gleam that Mr. Martin made seditious or Sir. Martin's reply been "accepted." School Board Busy Lining Up Report ife Received At the meeting.ot the .trustees of Ihe Public .School on Tuesday 'flight, MissOS Squires. Denoon, Flynn. 'fend Jackson-were offered positions' on the' Public'' S'ctipql 'staff at such sal- %tries respectively "as.. be entitled'thunder, the1 existing sched: B. N. Barker of.Cardslpn Takes Lower Courtm Absence of B. N. Barker; jrhp'.has been recently work, an if iri'.ao'ditlon to Medical -Report Medical Officer of EchoolsVJhp.'sihonl nurse, and phy- ral: instructor "were read and tabled. 'the i'Meilical. Officer's report alten- on was drawn to 12 percent, of the pils in the schools having defective and- suffering from defective 24 per cent, had defective and .2 per cent had goitre. A many of the (liipils aro-haviiig .defects. romeoied, hut 'to he coming In all the tlma'to for at the .Tue venge himself on Mr. Martin he was dence." saw motives in Mr. Gleam's charges. Mr.'Martin: l.'I.Sm prepared to take an oath now" 1 said is -Curious 'Situation Considerable discussion followed in regard to the Gleam charges and tho report of Inspector Roberts, the trus- tees' holding, theiir ground tliat the dismissal of MrvMartln was due to the report arid charges made by Mr. Gleam'.' The'n' followed a cur- ious impasse with a resolution 'and an amendment being both put and be- ing both'defeated, the voles tieing in ea'ch ;case, and Chairman Johnson, who.did not. either case, de- claring both amendnient and resolu- tion lost._ i Amindnjeit .The amendment which was put for- day inUhe -Absence or Jja islrate piirrell, on vacation leave.-v Quito a'iock'et" was, disposed itable car under a dealer's-license engaged In demonstrating the 'same. Peter McKinnon, oh the Information of Ser- geant. fined ?1 and costs for the ss.rn6 roffence. D I- Williamson, on the. information of the same officer'and fpr'the same offence was fined 51 and B. P.-Rcginbai; on the. Information of .Sergeant using the school hoard as a tool. Mr. Martin's answer to the Gleam charges was a sufficient explanation. He felt, however, that an investigation by tlie board aud an exoneration of-Mr. ;Mar-. tin was necessary, in that his future career was at stake in the alleged charges made. .He mentioned'certain matter.'; reflecting on Mr. Gleam which he said he was prepared to ccessary. inspector's Report From the mention of the Gleam harges, .Mr. Virtue went on to the eport of Inspector Roberts which he jharaetemeu as biessedVand. ie considered that Jlr. Roberts went o Ihe school with a prejudiced state if mind from what he knen.pt the Gleam charges As a proof of this he cited-that-the first thing he did was o ask where the flag.was. The ab- ience.of the flag was-previously'cx- ilained by'Mr. Martin iu a letter he lad written staled that it'bad beeii taken down of tb.e repairs, which on the wall Sphere it-was accustomed to be hung and It was afterwards' replaced; take' their place. The general con- ditlon of is 'exceptionally lijado.of ermslslcnt'iind admirable work of school. Dr. Taylor in his rcpo'rt'stated that -the percentage of pupils r.ot vaccin- iated "Compulsory TaccinatlonVbr aii epidemic o( small- nnd costs for.'-pperatlrigi a motor vehicle on 'the public'highway being ths 16'years. For thi oftence, on the Information o Bnnell w.a fined ?5 and a' farther Jl ind costs for operating a motor ca with a 1919. license.- If. M. Patterson, on ihe informatlo pox are the only -two things that will Vomedy this -I Attendance -tor- the: month of June -siiov.'Cil' ltS23 as. compared to Hho corrcflpcn'dlng month. last year. Enrolment 'for ..th'e'terni was 2.259 as iigainst 2.081-in" tho jierioil in corresponding MUCH GOVERNMENT STORED HERE Lethbridge Is now- housing a large supply of.hay." One hundred am forly-two, cars of hay, tho property ol the provincial- government, is In the .city. Of this'amount one h.un rtred 'and five cars are stored at .the exhibition ground and the Vemainde down town.-..' goS'erninent ha> at ?42 n ton and calls are being receiv ed for it, nipming a farmer sen In for a supply. _.v More! more1 discussion followed with one or'''jlwo.' ot delegation speaking strongly in favor of M.r, Mar- tin's given considera- tion. At length the following resolu- tion was Trustee Davidson and carried "That this board h'old'a s'pecial meeling In Har- dievUle toi bo called by the chairman two weeks for the purpose of-'-investigating further the charges made by Mr. Gleam against Mr. Martin; and that'-Mr. Gleam" and Mr. Martin be given due notice ot the meeting :aad" tbe object thereof." Matter: dated Temporarily This closed the matter for the time hcing with the board retaining an open niind as'to report, Mr. Martin, however, bciug told that he wa5 not'to" take it for "granted that lie would be reinstated but to look for another'post meanwhile, in that as far'as, the board was concerned; ha_ was' ho longer its servant. H was] pointed out that this being -vacation] another inspection, oven' ould :.nqt :take placa 'until the begin- nlngbfiBeptember." i :Icular state of the moral outlook of Lhe ybuug in the commuuity Iu "which tie lived.' In making this statement His Honor said he was led to the same By the number of youths of 1C and 17 years of age'in'Raymond who hail occasion" to before him. He considered. that there was something wrong in this and that it .was a matter for the KaymOnu to take up and .seriously consider." The, Herald today' in receipt of letter from th'e for the town of .Raymond slating: tbat'.th'e1' cou'ncl of that town, at its last meeting, cp'n siderei'. the article, declaring that Judge -had been misquoted, aud asking lhat a correction be made. The letter from the town contained a cony of Judge Jackson's remarks on the occasion referred to, which reads as follows: "I-think there Is tomethlng wrong with the particular district down there In that M many of the young boys Jrom.16 to appear: before me for sentence. I feel that the of the community ought to take'-thlft matter into their hands ar.d endeavor tv.co.r-: reel the abuses that have been going on there.; I io not you i are altogether to'blame. I think there. Is something wrong with the conditions." Extract from remarks made by. His Honor Judge Jackson when passing sentence' on Ralph AVardrop Collett at'I.ethbrjilge on the 17th day of A.Di JAJIES DAWSOX, .Court. Reporter. I The Herald IsVery publish tlie two.'stBteiiieiitB In.order.to clear un-anv niisconceptlon whiclij muy have arisen on. of the public. MAGRATH FARMERS MAKE GOOD HOPPER FIGHT Fanners in the Magrath district are having splendid success with the hop per poison. P. J. Bradshaw, who farms near that town expects. to savo his entlro..crop through the use .of posion. Tho only damage done by hoopers- in tho MaKrath district is In isolated places, where fanners die not get qnlck enough.' Tho car of molasses from Vancou ver arrived this inorninp and some p: it already been shipped out.- of Constable Hidaori, an costs for being drunk and disorderly.' Kdwftrd Haines, on the samo'informa- tion aiid 'for the same' offence, was fined the llkp costs. T. McGinnis, Information of Constable was. fined 510 and costs for operating, a, vehi- cle while Intoxicated, .and 'a further J10 and costs for, having ifqiio'r -other than a private .'dwelling." GERMAN HANGMEN STRIKE LONDON, July hangmen ot Germany have gone '-ait strike [or increased wages, says .a'Berlin dls- pnich-lo th'e Exchange Telegraph to- day, (lUGtlng'Germah no'.vspapcrs. At according-to: the'- diapalch, the execution murderer, could not be carried out, as" Mun- ich hangmen refused to work. AMERICAN MARKETS OPEN THURSDAY D. E. Harris has received notice that the Chicago and Mlnncacpli grain exchanges will open tomorrow on wheat, but he has not been notified of the jntmded action of the Winni- peg exchange. Mr. Harris will receive Qtioialions from .the two American markets every fifteen minutes during he announced. Douglas Mullen, twelve years old; was drowned at Sturgeon Point.- H-imillnn Atifhnriiv For comtnS oh lop of tho hns Hamilton Auihoruy- 1-or ot golllnern John Developed Fine New Strawberry. When bo declared'to the lleniM Tuesrlay lli.it: hfn wheat hiid grown three Inches In one night, from six o'clock lost Wednesday evening till eight o'clock Thursday rooming. John Hamilton, who has farmed in tho Iteadyniado district southeast of Coal- dale since 1912, and who was mado famous by his'gift to H.R.H. .the I'rinee of Wales of strawberries pick- ed on the morning of Orloher 2 last. ilGClnrcfl that his the Vesult qf ah Irish Imagination. It was actual fact. The wheat was iust coming Inln head. On Wednesday night the li'eads wcriTnot In sight; on Thursday morn ing (hero they wore "as largo ad lift; KTH! twice as llic'taying gonfi, "I nevor fiawj r-rops grow HO in mv us fiu'v Im'vi! in tlici pr.sl. Jlr. "The hot wea- berla and everything is lioing f'orr.eil along.. Hveu late grain Is coming so fast that II would seem that a good crop might bo It." An Irish Strawberry Jlr. Hamilton, whp la Irish, Is some- Uilug of a. gardener aud his garden boasts about everything that one might fancy In the way of vegetables and small fruiis. Mr. Hamilton yes-, lerday displayed a quart box of straw- berries that beat anything which has owe on the market this season from B.C. The berries iare. Just beginning HUTTOfj A PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one' placo where you can get your shoos fixed just right. Orders called for and dcl'vered. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 6S3 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre to ripen, and rries iai Mr. Hi amllton will have this fruit on the table daily ni.illl (lie frost, with th6 exception of about a month when the' everbeariug variety is resting after 'the first crop. Among the samples displayed yester- day were some of a new Variety de- reiopcd wltlitn the past cniiple of years by Mr. Hamilton by crossing hrctiils, Tiiey were enomions In size and of splendid grower safe! hn lad tjot naincrt them yet hut wns thlnKlnir of modestly calling them "JliiinlKon's, Jicver -Surrender." MILK Fresh from our O7m dairy herd, in time for breakfast', You get it soon after dlsanpo.Inlmbnls in delivery. PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North LethbrWge Dairy Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to The Yale 212 THE NEW CAFE FIFTH STREET, SOUTH Grape TVuit 2 for 25c Oranges, per doz and SOc per Ib 10c Jlaple Syrup, Now Seasons, per. bottle 60s and 10 per tin and Cream of Wheat per pks 32c Fray Benloa Corn. per tin....... 47c The purity and excellence of the materials used in our hake; shop, together the eipert, .workmanship em-ployed, pro- duces pastry unequalled from Winnipeg to tho Coast. GIVE THE FAMILY A TREAT' A DOZEN HOME TONIGHT. KIKKBYS 606 Third Avenue South nntaloupe, each i 25o Holbroolt's Vinegar, per. Green Peas per ib 15c Ghlrardeliis Sncet Ground Cho colato 45c Xotnah Junket Powder. pkL 156: Johnston's Hour Wax, tmiUt' tin 40c White Vinegar and Brown Vlue- gai, per bottle Z5c Ripe Olives, per tin 25c and 52c Jutland Sardines, per tin..'15c Bwatters, eachJ12c Elcttro Silicon, per tin 15c Royal Shield Tea Has a. fine apjiear- .UILC, a rich atirt pre- .douiiimting flavor 'ot the highest quality Try >yith next ord OA er pound OVC per, tin 23c Rcirics per tni Con Cnfiie, per tin 20c New Ib. 15c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALWAYS IN DEMAND BY ARTISTS AND MUSICAL INSTITUTIONS WIEIS PIANOS ARE UNIXJUALLBD 1ST BBAUTY AUD 0BPTH OP TONE PDfOES AND TERMS TO M DOT Ablj NflBDS 3RD AVB. S., BLOCK) The Safest Summer Food For Children It's one food'that you know is wholesome and pure anil it's one' food.Ltbat .you. don't have to urge them to cat, CRYSTAL ICE CREAM Serve It In the home to tho whole family and your guesls.. Encourage the habit of 'kiddles huying It in crisp cones. H's cnnl, refreshing, I nutritive and satlsiylns. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone The New-Gieanleiy is making All Flavors o{ ces a finer The havG'tintl this tlellcacy they bars, a at kcGrrn Velvet Ice Cream is increasing dalfy. When you get one order you will always want it WE ARE NOW READY TO SUPPLY OUT-OF- TOWN PARLORS AND DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE BRICK OR BULk Phone 1929 We shall bo glad (o show 'you through our new plant, Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd. ;