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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL- NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE HERALDS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS JUNE 9, 1920 LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN School Board Hears Charges That Hardieville School Prin- The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mlchitlls.) People lalk la a critical tray of tip poor little Klrl ot today. You can bear them asserting she eoes too much fllrliug and speeds all her hours In play. For her new-faagted clothes tiiey don't care, and they sniff when they see her bobbed hair. Yes, they say it 'Is shocking, this style of short stocking, or sock, that some modern maids wear. When aho's la a hilarious mood, her elders consider her rude. Sbe Is daily admonished; folks say: 'Tra astonished; your grandma was crude." Then they talk of Circus Day is Kiddies' Day They Are All in Their Glory Today Today Is Kid's Day. Kverybody Happy? You Hot Your Life They Are. It Is cot only kid's day but It Is day. A real Canadian eir- the doors of the circus will bo thrown open to the public and at eight o'clock sharp the ring performances will commence. Between seven and eight o'clock the public will be enter- CUB Is in town. Al O. Barnes, who was (ialned with a band concert, rendered bom in London, quietly Elipped Into Lethbridgo during tbo small hours oNtho morning with his fifty- two car train and unloaded the largest circus tills city has ever seen. Shortly after eleven o'clock the by a sixty-three piece orchestra. Women Play Blg'Part This circus, which is owned and personally conducted by a Canadian, has kept abreast with tho [lines and is up-to-date in every respect. Many North.and West of Lethbridge Soil Drift Again Hurts the Growing Crops. Tuesday's wind and sand storm was ono of the worst experienced !n the Lethbridge dislrlct for many years. Motorists returning to the cily this morning report frightful experiences. Ono man was close lo twenty-four hours on the road getting In Hudson's Hay Co. Merchandise Men Here Give Opinion Fol- tat were not financially embarrassed by lhe war. Theso countries were making money lowing Visit to Old Country. ducts and bavc been saving tbo Btnce. As practically no msr- Merchandise will to very scarce he- fore another yoar passes and will be much higlter In prices. Such was the prediction made by A, Milne and H. 11. Koilier, officials ot the Hudson's Bay Company, rieltlng Lcthbridgo Tuesday. Both men have Just corn- ever present circus fixture, the steam her powder and paint, 'tis the theme of the stunts of the original days ot tour of the market! i of En? Barons, and another motored In from callope, screeched tao announcement for much hitter complaint, which the circus business have passc-d Into land and the continent and the above cipal Had Expressed Disloyal- Calgary and would have reached the that tie kiddles'.delight, tho circus in tho British market, Mr. Holller and family session, finds frequent oxpreis- It appears that he foolish" excess ami Country, and of expressing in favor of a republic. Tlie village or Hardicvllle, it would been divided into factions ing tbo reports. These are thb pro- Martin and the unti-Mnrtiu factions. Tho delegates; four in who appeared before (lio irjstees tbo pro-Martin faction, representing, as they stated, 90 per cent, of the residents of Hardio.vUlo. They that as a result of the reports circu-j Hint lhe board Khwild hold an j investigation as to the trutli or other- of the same und so either justify Jlr. Marl in or, if he way guilty of had'been said of him, that Bhuuld Uo removed. Tho deleg'iU1; save it as their opinion that t'.io statements against tiifi principal em-; nnntcd from personal motives in a. certain section of the Community i Club .in the village were offended with f liihi in the stand he had taftcn in re-] gard to liquor being brought In at the dances .which were allowed 10 ha held in the school. They expressed back in that season, the advice even forwarded by tlie 0. W. V. A, ask.Mr. Martin lo furnish the boa "K-ritaito Al G. brought of weird effects in which lhora was over.______________________________ ________ grandma siveet these mammoth quadru- 3_ lho Deported that he had lo by the repealed wind and Band storms same standards as In lire-war days. peds to that will Eire lhe children all the delight fboy want Hundreds of children were swarm- inKjaround lhe tents and wagons all and flocked along with the which they would get a better ch.utu to loot at the object of their interest was willingly done. The leopards, lions tigers and wilds cats held the chiid- This is; also a fashion review of gi- garitfc proportions. The peacock lady, the chorus OH horseback and the Egyptian dancers, are In evidence and the wild animai acle' lvhich brllliiul11" costumed of lllo jtobletord 1 could do for the "circus man." for put the animals their t0 tho effect that very llltlo, ehandfEe was shipped into these couu- tries tho populations have not had as much chance ot getting of their surpluses. Now that the markets of Bogland and tho continent are opau to them they are buying to tlicir lull- ed extent. For every white man At Nobieforrt stantlate as tho real damage caused Ing with plants and equipment at tho t he had lo by the repealed wind and Band storms same standards as In lire-war days. ;iut his lights on in the station short- Of this spring will not be known lor Tho production is falling down and ly atler dinner because- tho sun was a week or two, or until tho wheat has the demand has increased several him- obscured. He reported that In tho a chance 10 get above the ground, drerl per cent. sand on the platform budding wheat i was plentiful. Reports from tho main stiluls, will give to the onlookers much to wonder at. Over a thousand trained animals take part in the ei- hibit along with sis hundred people ren'a attention and tlve hundred allc! horscs- teacher had told them on IhoseVrMav Tho front llne of lhe mounled cllor- afternoon talks were brought hack us extends-449 foci and an operalle lo mind. eijueslrienne eitravoganra, led hy The Parade's Jhe Thina BeEsie Harvey and her thousands of The parade, came over the ovorhead lovo birdf- Sca 1icns wi" play ba" bridge, went down Third Avpime wlfilc a umpires lhe game, along FKlli Street and Fourth' camels win iu6E'c wolves from thdr avenue and back over tlie Imdec humps, while girls .wrestle tigers and Abridge- gave up its business for ntmen fight srlEzIy bear5' half hour (o watch the first circus I The "Shimmy Hip" if any, damage was. done to that piece of ground. C. P. K. agents estimate that now about ten per cent, ot the crop in tho district covered hy tho storm was 1 for by William who farms eight miles out that has been held in Leth-1 ixjtus, a three-ton hippotamus does five or six years. The "sHlmmy" around the big track. themselves as.perfectly satisfied with tlie teaching the children received at tho school, which they'declared was better than had been the experience'; heretofore. The board informed the delegation that they had not received any official communication as to- the 'statements made in regard to Mr. Martin mid sn wcro not In a position to act. It was called lo their attention that it was understood that a communication had been forwarded to the Board bv tlio President of G. W. V. A. This, however, had not yet been discussed by tho board. The delegation withdrew with tho expression from the board tliat the matters, both as to liquor being brought into-'tho school and the allegations made against the priii- and sure in destroyinE fophers pcedy s Uiat! blocks Ions and was wo anns c ou o the city. He has found it so spcedyf''" "Ms' this city has over wel- .ot tba children would bo Katcd. thoroughly rnvcstl- j he in anxious that other farmers should Ijcneflt by lhe recipe. Mr. llupnow uses for his gopher poison five teacups, ol salt and seven teacups ot flour. These ho mixes three limes in a flonr sifter, and then adds lo the mixture on ounce oE pul- verized strychnine bought In crystals. Mr. Rupnow emphasized that the strychnine should be bought in cry- tals and pulverized hy the farmer in- stead of purchasing tho same powdered. Speaking of the efficacy 'of tho pois- on, as conveyed in the recipe, Jir. Rup- now staled that 20 minutes after it had been' placed out there wore 11 dead gophers risible.; His sister after putting out tlie inixturo.wenl out after on hour and counted 16 dead rodents. The mixlurs should he placed in a Tho matter ct the statements made against Mr. Martin was brought in n comnnlcalloir signed hy A. J. and forwarded to tlie G. W. V. A., and turned over to tho board. In this it was'suted a meet- ing held on May 2lsl, Mr. Martin "deliberately and intentionally stated that ho did not believe in his King and Country and further that they warned a republic." Tho statement, the letter tcnlfnucd was made In the presence of several willing to testify as to its truth. The board dwelt matter temporarily by adopting tho follow- ing resolution: "That tho secretary notify Mr. Martin of the charge con lalncii in Ihc letter ot Mr. Oleam, as ination. pinchful, said Mr. flupnow, on the anding which tho gc-phers havo just oulside their holes. It should not be used in wet weather. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES As a result of instruction received at tho night schools held last winter, throe out of the four who attended tho lire basses' class passed the exam- ination held hy tho provincial author- ities as just announced. The success ful candidates are James Stewart. Wm. Me Gowan and Joseph Millar, Jr Mr. C. 'S. Donaldson was successful in passing tho niino surveyor's exam INSTANT POSTUM quickly becomes a house- hold favorite because of its pleasing flavor, ease of making, economy and lack of waste. o When tea or coffee drinkers find disturbance to nerves or digestion, it's time to make a change and give Postum a trial. i Results Show 'There's a Reason Canadian Postum Cereal Windsor, Ontario. The most exquisite table oil for salads, good but not cheap. this Is the first circus they have seen and tho parade was such Hat they will always entertain a good opinion of "their first circus." Many beautiful horses, both Arah- n and domestic, Zebras, Llamas and any ponies added to the attraction the parade. -The condition of these Imals speaks plainly of the fact that G. Barnes has successfully fought y food shortage, because tho anl- ais arc in splendid condilion. The tandem of three Llamas, bar- ssed to a sulky; was a distinct feat- e of the parade. Tlie Zebras In tho rade formed a source of .wonder- ent lo tho children. Polar bears and ack bears, leopards, wild cats and her animals wero interesting, not to the children but to the grown- "W; Mr. Barnes reached Lethbridge on o weekly half-holiday and for his atince performance ho drew a largo fuwd to witness his four ring per- Tnnances. At seven o'clock tonight _ Barnes has spent a year in careful training of this' beast before he would i daro to permit her cage door lo open. Now with the master educator at her side, Lotus walks around the big cir- cus track every performance and even accepts dainties Irom her mast-i er's hand. )epuly Minister of Agriculture on School BuildingJProgram at Raymond. Willis Pi; iis rianos "CANADA'S BEST" GIVE THE CHILDREN THE PROPER START BY HAVING THEM LEARN ON A GOOD IN- STRUMENT, THE WILLIS PIANO MEETS EVERY RE- QUIREMENT, GIVES EVERY ADVANTAGE. Sold at Prices with- in reason and on suitable terms of I payment. Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE All the Good'Features of Home-made Bread are found in Kirkby's Bread Which appeals to the Bread Baker at Home. They, of all others, know good bread. Our'Bread always pleases them and will please you. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South Fresh Pineapple, each and 45o Hot'House Tomatoes, Ib... Full Cream Cheese, per Ib. 60o Head 2 Ibs, for 35c Tomatoes, 3 tins for.......45o Clark's Pork and Beans, slzo 2s, 2 tot 46e Liquid Veneer Mop Swab Pitted Red Cherries, size 2 60c Asparagus, HtlUdile brand, per tin ......................35o Van Houteu's Cocoa, per tin 45c Sweet Onion PicklM 50c Monterrat Lime Juice, per bot- Nabob Tea, per Ib.......... 70c Berry's New Season's Pure Maple Syrup, glass, We, Tins ?2.05 Maple Syrup, new season's 18c and............ 35e and I5o Candy Fruit Mixtures, ft 20o Honey Kerr's Alfalfa B5c and..................... GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PKONES-1453-.1365 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Grasshoppers. hare been reported rom two or three sections in South- irn Alberta but nothing serious has discovered, said H. A. Craig, Icputy minister of agriculture, who was. In Tuesday afternoon. Craig, and J. D. Smith, head of tho seed and weed department of the .rovinclal government arc making ar- in consultation with Jaa. Weir, for storing of government hay n Lclhbridge. Mr. Craig spent Tuesday morning at he government agricultural school al I Raymond, and through tho conference, .hero curtailment wns made in tbo jiiilding program. He went there with Hon. A. J. McLean and Mr. Meyers, superintendent' of school farms, and A. Ixmgman, superintendent cf tho Raymond school, returned lo Lcth- bridge with them. Mr. Craig believes that the country at the present timo Is in 'splendid shape to the corps. Only in a few Isolated cases lias the wind done much damage, but taking the country ns a whole' Mr. Craig believes It Is In fine shape. After leaving Lcthbrldgp Mr. Craig. Mr. and .Mr. Smith will motor lo Tabcr, from Taber to Hrooks and north lo Glelclien. In regard to grasshoppers Mr. Craig furlhcr stated that poison 13 now stor- ed at LclhbridKe. Medicine Hat and Calgary and is ready for Immediate use. Seven! thousand persons celebrat- ed the centenary of I.obo township at Poplar Hill, ne.ir London, Ont., a memorial park beint dedicated.' The Loaf You'll Love Here's a delicious bread. Tho rich, brown, crisp cnist; the wholesome, zcstful body of Quaker the likeable tasto and flavor makes thla a bread that onco iiK'rtl, hccomfta a sl.eady occupant of your table. Try it onco, you'll buy it always. John Gilmore Limited BAKERS 1 PHONE 378 it's What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it pleasant and at- tractive, lo dlno hero. Variety, quality, courtesy? all in the way you'll enjoy. The Silver JGrill Cor. Fourth Ave, and Fifth 8t, J. L. MILLER, Prop. N. H. MURRAY, Hgr, SUCH MILK AS OURS is tho very sort of milk that nature prescribes tor tho nour- ishment ol children, therefore It's good food and .beverage for all mankind. When you got our jnlik you got in In its purest and most healthful form. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CfO., LTD. PHONE 1924 BUTTON PERKINS We nvc now open for business in ncv; premises a.nrt as we arfi Increasing our i.Utf, will bo nblii lo execute all orders promptly. If your shoes am worth fixing, linvc IhMii done by tho only prac- tical shoo makers Jn tho business In iho city. Jt costs no more, Wo call for and deliver orders to all parts ot Ibo city, 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre The Lethbridge Aircraft Co., Ltd. X Are Now Prepared to Receive AERIAL ADVERTISING AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACTS Stunt and Exhibition Plying at Farre, Picnics, and Public Gather, ings, Passenger Flights daily, afternoon and evening, from our aero- drome at Fair Grounds. Book your flight by engagement witli H. H. FITZIMMONS PHONE MANAGER Exclusive Agents for Cinadian Mtde Aeroplanes and Parts Scientists Have Established that thore is a Vita! Food substance found in butler- fat, which Is absolutely necessary for growth and health, which is not found In animal or vegetable fats such as are used In the Manufacture of Oleomar- garine. Don't take chances. Use Crystal Cream- ery Bulter. At all grocers. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;