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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRlBp DAILY HERALD LETHPIUDGE, ALBERTA. The Rhyming Optimist Nien of. science have discovered ue LIVE LOCAL- PAGE SEVEN' Here's a Great Dry Wear Record 'Appreciates Interest of the Or- i ganization and is Wiliing-to to -Pupils Sup- Staff Conlirmed- plies and Books. have, however, actually cost 5500. Allowing tor this miscalculation prime on freight t he committee found that Bvcrall's lenilers were'Still at least J700 below Ihe noxt lowest tender for goods ho is supplying. At R meeting of Hie Public Schoou, lioard, on Tuesday uighi, the. follow- ing appointments were confirmed: rubliei Nelllii'-Squfcw Hiss Marsarst Fllnn, Miss Nan 1, Da- Jjoou Miss'Ada Jackson. High school, 6. R. Latin and Eng- lish, Lilian'Colib, Preach, Miss Myrtle Clinton, English.. The resignations of ,Mjnn' M. Ferkiris and Miss Jessie Conn were Reply to AHiande In reply letter of the Teach- fers1 Alliance of Ihe Province.: enent jtbe recent dlsiniss-il.'ot.teachers in the telhbrirfge sclioolsTtifd the rejdiug of She' inspectors' reports'in public, the following reply, drilled by Trustee Itfogg. was adopted by the Board-.. "That the.'Secretary' instructed to answer the letter from the Alberta thati Board'aDprecittles the interest fcvowed by the Alliance in ninintaining efficiency, arid assures the Alliance that the'.'dismissals in question were the outcome of a similar interest on the >'uart of the'Boaril. '.The Board ;has of all criticisms contained MI the letter soul end published b> the Allnnce It Agrees (hat, as a general polic} it is fcot eipedient to guc. public f. lo in ipectors rtports on individual teatb ers This was the first occasion, on iwliicli this iloard did so. A'large den- talation of ratepayers came lo our meeting unexpectedlj when were dealing mill the report nude it plain ihev were there lo miko publicly a vehement v .iganibl the leaching staff conc6rneJ and r? quested information from the report Jii these circumstances, the Board de- cided, lo" apprise these- ratepayers ot its contents The complaints or criticisms of Ibe teachers concerned were of i gen eral nature, aiifl not such Wight form the subject of slnct proof 'rial as in a legal proceeding or fcnqulrr The Board therefore deemtd ft Inadvisable to unite tho teichers or Itheir representatives to appear at Hie they might have done k Vero Iheri a specific charge to be "On this first official intercourse this Board ulahG-: to say it Ihe co-opera of that body in fulfilment of our common duties Board acknowl ltdges it is primarily responsible lo tile ratepayers whon it represent" lint (rusts that, as public ont- QUS, SO prime disgrace. They are nioii of ivomlrous learning, earnest meu and eloquent: they grow tearful, being fearful of our appetites' extent. S? tbey pMui a vivid picture ot the awful foods we-eat. cakes and costard, nieat and mustard, things loo sour and thinks too sweet. And they speak of grouulng tables, laden "down with roasted pig; turkeys, fishes, fuased: up dishes, far too rich and far too big. Say. 1 long to tell these chappies who deplore our ample food, groan- ing fables are but.fables till the food- sharks be subdued. And they need not'ever worry over turkeys on'my plate, should they show one, I'd noi Itnow one, having mel nonev airice 'nought-eight. Doubtless scientific fellows mean well with their wlBe ad- vice, but.I wonder how In thunder they raise the price? jt is twice as sure as shooting cats Often a man will .believe but his j are hard on many guys: 'tis no ques- UlLLil __L _. nr- nllininutlHI' niftS. One'Lethbridge P'ealer Has Gen- uine Faith-in Business Present Crop Will Bring Ulttiil _u-.-..- faith will touch his pocket. Not so with Arthur G Baalim. Mr..Baalim.believes, he can sell more than half a mllltbn dollars worth of Chevrolet motorcars by neit accordance' with'tbis belief he has just closed a .deal with general manager F. P. Giiscott. of..Winnipeg, Ifdr the him of. Chevrolet cars valued at a little more tbau hall million dollars. That .shows Mr. Daalim's faith crop situation m southern Alberta this year. It will bfl remembered that several jearb ago Vr Baalim for i million dollars worth ot cars At that timo his territory was much lar Ber and the order he has Just placed, is Pelattiels larger than the mliion dol Hr one At the present time Mr Baalim, one ot Lethbrldge's live vjiie business men. is the largest individual of motor cars in the Chevrolet serviue big crop for the south this year says Mr: Baalim. IPEIERSIS' Hen of digestion or eliminating pies. There's no trouble over menus fulled with cake and caviar; just at present, quail and rot on our.bill of fare Fating worrie us however jca it keeps us very sore, always fretting oier getting bread enough foi one day more; speaking sweetly to the grower when we go to bJ> some beans. Yes, -we dread it, asking credit, for no com is in our jeans Men ot science have discolored fooi makes trouble, without doubt. Tha is clever, but they never tell us how to Retire AU Jjlong the Line in! Southern Weapon EffecUve (Jrasshoppers are retiring fast all along the 'southern Alberta front, B. U Strickland .reoonod this morning. Only a few isolated places in the south remain where it is essential for the farmers to be'on the alert, he said, but'the poisoning, ia still continuing in many district.! with good results. TUe has another pest. The Coulea crickets have made appearances InVlarge numbers east of Cardstou: Observation proven that these animals like to remain in the vicinity ot'water. Mr. Strickland recommends the sa'me poison for. them s for grasshoppers and experiments onduclcd.within the past few days In Icate that they; take the poison more eadily than hoppers. Tlie beet Vebwornis are disappear- g-ard they'have done more good ban barm, said.. Mr. Strickland. In some localities' he has visited within The moiity value of the pro-. ducts of the Irrigated area in the Lethbrldge territory last year Timothy Wheat Oats Z15'552 Potatoes............ Oard.n.......... Green feed...... Mixed grass Total gross crop pro.- -ductlor, Value pasture Gross value of crop on acres per 54.71 Tomkins are touring around Mountain View and' Hillsprlng. Sir. A. Murphv has arrived to take charge of the seed rye Dlock. Here's Reason Why Then Ask For Irrigation he past few days these worms rava stripped the fields frmo pig weed and in this way, he. claims, they have been valuable. The 'to gardens, he th nls cannot to the good the) have done in clearing ouf the pig weed The pesta will not trouble far- mers again u'ntlT'the neit: generation arrives. _ 'FronrRaley reports were received to the effect-that.hoppers .are commenc- ing to eat grain near the heads, caus- ing the heads to drop This work hae been tiiiite apparent in a number, bf fields'id that district during the pasl few da> s and farmers are continuing to apply the poison, "it slillpayB io 50 afler Mr. Strick land, "as each; hopper will be-respou sible for five or su beads of grain.' Toda> Mr StnCnland and Mr Peter Thos. Acheson, Agricultural Ad- viser of C. P. R. Says Crops Here Uniformly Best Hon. A. J. McLean and T, S. Ache- son, agricultural adviser of lie C.P.K.. have just completed a six hundred mile auto trip which Included practic- ally all of the country south pt Calgary lo Macleod and Lethbridge and north- east to and Queenatpwn. Mr. Achesou, who will remain In LoUibridge for'the.frrigatioii conven- tion, told Herald thai the crops generally speaking in covered were good. He doubted whe ther better graiu was to be seen any where in -Western Canada than, .what Y..M..C. A: ENGAGES SECRETARY Wllolc TO REPORT AUG. 2 he saw in He Queenslown> district. for a prediction ot the The-loca! V: M.. C. A. early in the year engaged. Mr. B. U Petley of as Boys' Secretary. Mr. Petley-is at present .attending the Summer School- in Winnipeg comes; with in splendid and reputation lOr A plCUUXJUli 'kub >.y cm-Canada crop he call that W1LU a froin dshawa, where he has done very good work wlta the boys. It will be the policy, of the board to dpecialize.on boys' work this year, and It Is confidently hoped that boys work generally in tho city will be' given quite an impetus .with the arrival tho new secretary. Mr. Petley and his Twite, who wil arrive neit Monday, will slop at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Manbey durln the month ot August" while the lalte at Kaslo, B..OY Becomes Connect ed With Used Without His Perthission Joseph Peters, the 1 known rancher of Cardston, Alberta and Browning Montana, sum moned befoie the provmcial police court about a month ago, on a charge u Hid all, the if tbr I'mnl pnd of the Teachers' Alliance may jiroceed harmtrii ouslv in Iho e and advancing publn. edu cation.' Pupils Supplies and Books In tho of free teit books to the Public'school pupils, the School will relain the ownership of the' and; merely lend them to Ihe jiurlls, "requt-ing their reiurn at .the cinl'iof each This is Ihe prac- tice followed in other cities. AH sup- plies, .including text he distributed by the secretary Mo tho principals of through principars lo the teachers. Kicli Trrincipai will be held responsible supplied him. and each (er.chcr will likewise be held account- able- tor all supplies given to, pupils ju her room. II has been tound that pupils anil riaasroom supplies will eiceed tlio ori- ".-B'nal estimate, ot by approii analcly-SSOO; while p.nd storey rony. exceed the estimate rt by fh'ls the schoolL management commit- r lee strohgly-Tcienvrnended proceeding T-ila Ihq of the policy au- jiouitccd last term ot giving supplies pupils, In grades 1 lo 8, entirely free and to High school pupils at cost. In the tenders accepted in March [or pupils' supplies, the cosl lias come rbniil ?500 hisher anticipat- ed Most ot ihese tenders wore from Kverall's Ltd., n.uoting prices f.o.b. COUrt aoouv A iiiuiit" ot being connected with.-a cache of whisKe) ten cases in all, which _was located in a firm near Letubrtdge Has been exonerated In its .11.110 of lune 2Cth the Herald made the following reference to the 'To rent a house and to find ou taking occupation, a cache of wliis key, in one of was or" may not be a delectable find, bu this was the experience ot the li dividual who rcnled a hitherto un occupied dwelling on a farm a. 1C' miles out of the city. Joseph Peter the alleged owner 'of the whiskc) ton cases in all, appeared as a re- sult of the "Hnd at the provincial police court' oil Friday afternoon and was remanded for a week." It has been brought to the Heralds notice that certain people have drawn from tho item quoted, the conclusion that Mr. Peters had been storing With no crop on dry land all about it In 1919 the yields per acre on the Irrigated area around Lethbridge averaged as follows tons per acre. ton per acre. bushels per acre. bushels per acre. bushels per acre bushels per acre. bushels per acre: tons fodder per acre. Garden per acre. tons per acre. Green per acre Mixed ton per acre. No'wonder..the farmers want, Irrigation extended! A- drydock is to -he built _n Burrard Inlet' B f work to start within CO days. j-voraiis iji'i., an estimate of all been removed. I Hill f----- liciuor on bis ranch near Cardstpn. Tlie seizure, as a nutter of tact, was made near I.ethbridBe, and Mr. I'cters came under suspicion through n mis- lake of identity oti the part of.Ihe tenant of the farm on, which ttio.ltnuor was found. The tenant when brought face to face with Mr. Peters acknow- ledged her mistake and ali. proceed ings against him .'were..immediately withdrawn. Mr. Peters is an old timer in the south country aiid has always borne an excellent reputation. Hid .friend tnroneliout Alberta will be plraaed I' learn that tho cliaree against him ha Irrigation Convention Visitors Next to water on" trie land, the best investment for a Southern Alberta Farmer is a Willis Piano, "Canada's Best." V. YOU ARE'CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND INSPECT THE.SE WONDERFUL INSTRUMENTS AT OUR SHOW ROOMS. OUR STYLES AND PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU AND CONVENI- ENT TERMS OF PAYMENT MAY BE, AR- RANGED. We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Aeolian Vocalion and McLagan Phonographs. WILLIS PIANOS LID. A" Pleasant Retreat Which to Eat at Tl Ahknmonuj) TO1 VIEW CAMP St Mary's Lake 25 Mileiffrom Cranbrook Good Tents, rjslllng ant! Boat- ing Scenery Write Early for Reservations Mrs. Dickson St. Mary's Lake, Mafysvlile, B.C. This place has becon-.c-popnlar the food is so tasty and enjoyable' and yet those .who come bsre habitually toll us that there are various other altra.c- lions almost as comiw'ling us Ihc food. The pleasant alert courtesy attendants', the immaculato ai.d chhw, the free-'-. torn from summer .heat and kitchen are all "factors that mako H an inducement lor. people tp.ititnj.hcre. You'll llif irentl fucul f and you'll lind at. reasonable prices. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES- AND PASTRY Guaranteed COO bushels was a sale estimate. Drouth, cutwornsG and weeds had re- duced the higher estimates- some weeks ago. Alberta, coaBidic- ing its acreage, would have the best aero yield ot the provinces. Saskatchewan will produce as usual he largest gross yield, as its acreage much heavier .than the other prov- nces. Mr., Acheson was much impressed with (he Noble farm on the old Cam- rori ranch. He saw there n'one field of wheat, the' largos', wheat field he had ever .looked :upoo. t was a. beautiful stand, nnd did not iced any more tain, provided real hot' vesther was avoided. This crop, he bought, might average 25 bushels the acre. Twenty-five binders are at work today, cuttiug aMiae crop of rye on the same farm.. The seed; plots ot wheat, rye' and flax on the Cameron tract could not look better." Mr. Acheson eslimalos that over .acres were damaged by the windstorm of early summer. Despite' y this setback in certain districts he la confident tiat Alberti will produce a surprisingly big yield of all grains. In only 'a'tew districts will further, mpis-'; ture be required. A-written guarantee with all battery-repair-Vork. A com- plete.: battery and .electric ser- vlceV given, Prices are less.- GREEN GARAGE RAYMONb LETHBRIDGE MOTOIIS LIMITED 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, HULL BLOCK, Beg to announce tiiat MR. GEO. GRIMM (foreman has severed, jiis con- nection with the Com- I :pany and that MR. F. W. SWANSON re- taken his place. The Management feel tiiat under Mr. Swan- son's charge the ser- vice will be still satis- factory to_-customers. Good Food Moderately priced makes this "a: popular place to eat. The THE NEW, CAFE 21Z FIFTH' STREET SOUTH i GEO. KERR CO. HUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The olio place wltero yon can BCt yourtshbes fined Just right. Orders'called for anl'diilivtirod. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE CCS 3 Door! South Colonial Theatre Presuming season for the fol lowing fruit Is now well ad vanced and we ady.lie our cus- tomers to list their require ments noWso that we can sup ply their wants when the fruit Is at Its best. Sour-and Sweet Cherries, Goose- Red and Black Curranta Lowest market prices.on day of delivery. Fly Scatters, 2 for 25c Wilson's My Tads 10c Uuntley and Palmer's Thin Digestive, Nursery, Alaska Wafers and Berkeley. Prices from... 75c to..... Summer Drinks McLaren's I emonade. Grape Punch and Wild Cherryjuer bottle 35c: lEadi bottle will male onp gallon with addition ot Slout.6 Florida Grata Fruit lu Ice ?0c Duffy's Sparkling Apple Juice; par bottle 35e OVanagan Apple Log, per hot tie 35o- HendncV s SpirklinB Applestaff, per bottle 23c Monserrat Lime 50c G'rape Juice, pony size, each 10c: Grape Juica, half gal size J110 Nut Margarine, 2 Ibl for 76o Pure Maple Syrup, per 65c A'inegar, brown or white, per bottle........ 25o FAMILY GROCER8 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We Can Supply a Few Ice Cream Parlors in Southern Alberta and Crow's Nest -Pass vith We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 Jbs. for milk testing 3.6 per cent f.o.fe. our dairy, Sour milk will be paid for at butterfat price, which is per 100 We are quoting an advance on bweet fhe present price is: No.-l Sweet Cream .60c per ft. Butterfat, No. 1 Sour Cream .52c per ft. Bulterfat No. 2 Sour Cream A9c per ft. Butterfat Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 VELVET ICEC This ice'cream will increase your People will talk about your .parlor if you sell it. >Vi'ite for terms and particulars. T CHIEF-MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LIMITED LETHBRIDGE ;