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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WBWttYOUKrtCTIT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TK HMUUTS UVI LOCAL SATl'hDAY, MAHCH 3. ALIll'ltTA. Optional Courses for Higher Publk School Grades Recommended By Curriculum Revision Committee W. A. Hamilton, Local Member of Committee Tells Results of First Meeting "BOOTLEG JPEC1AL" Thiit's What London, Eng., Paper Calls Leth bridge- Great Falls Train depends on how Hie new turf puns out. This cannot be ascertained until tho growth starts, and it that :ytfm "News of tho area will fiavu to bo rcsown if the re-1 milt of last year's work Is not prom-1 London isiug enough. 0 Executive Met Friday Night and Good-Start List Soon The men who have banded them- to W. A. Hamilton, member of the school board, and also u member of tho provincial sc-hool cur- riculum revision committee called to- gether by lion. George P. Smith, min- ister of education, has relumed from Kdmontou where be attended the first j meeting o( tho committee. To tbb, Herald Mr. Hamilton stated that thej committee had arrived at a number, of general conclusions, which are made in tho form of recommendations. 1 and that these are being -taken by the minister, to ba placed before a committee of professional educational- ists who will apply "thani to tho pres- ent curriculum, making indicated in tho recommendations. "Ko subjects are wholly dropped from the curriculum" said Mr. Hamil- ton in speaking of the recommendat- ions. Geometry is practically dropped in the public school course. What ____ ......_..... little of this subject is left in the pub- seiveg together in an organization lie school course will be included in, promotc a fair hero this summer a the course In drawing. getting right down to business and it general aim of the committee- ia eipecicd the prize list will seemed to be to decrease the amount up by neit Friday. An cxe- of material In the course, and increase cutive meeting was held-in the board the Intensity of study, in order to Of trade offices last night, provide the best possible groundwork, i At this meeting heads of comuiit- "Perhapg the most important rec- tGe3 and directors were appointed ommendation had to -do with the ques- instructions were igaued for :i tion of optional courses after Grade jratt Of (.he prize list to be ready for VI in the public school. These op- meeting neit Friday night. Last tional courses will all have the same night's meeting was'cbawcterized by value as regards the entrance eiam- plenty of enthusiasm and an appeal Ination, but they are designed to cover was issued for The mein- dlfferent needs. There will be a bership fee will be II and every cit- general course, the same as at of Lethbridge ,is entitled ent; an agricultural course; a manual1 Following are. .-the .appointments training course, and a commercial, Building and grounds, Lund; course. The three latter are in the: finance and membership, E. E. Mc- tiature of industrial or vocational Kay; reception, W.-Oliver; attrac- course, and will, the committee and sports, A. E. Humphries; liereg, nil a !6ng-felt need. Eighty i prize list, W. Oliver, per cent, of these courses wilt !be com-i The president appointed the wliole mon to all of them. The others will e.tecutice as members of tho reception deal with the special subjects provid- committee and of tbc prize list ed iu the option, "It is possible the high school courses will also he changed to adapt j mcnts were appointed; horses, W. T. themselves to a continuation of thesoi McCaugherly; cattle, A. M. Stead; special courses in the public sheep, W. O. Hutton; swine, E. Me- Mr. Hamilton is very optimistic that] Kenzie; poultry, A. B. Humphries; the work of the committee will result i farm and dairy produce, Peter Lund; committee committee. The following directors of depart- In much good and will help to lay a better foundation for, the. educational Attainments of Alberta pupils. educational, domestic work and art, Williamson'. More Trees for Henderson and i Playground Improvements For Adams Arrangements for spring program respect to Henderson and Adams' Parks, erf far made by tKe Commis- sioner of Public Works, wjU be in the I nature of further extension of the tree-planting in the former stated last year. There- are not very many young toes In the Henderson Park nursery. saW Meech, GO the city have to depend on seedlings. There.are sufficient of these to fill all! the Ticant space on the north side of j the lake. In Adams Park tho program Till fit it for sport purposes, and to add to the outer belt of trees. It ig not likely that the new sports ground in Henderson Park will ne for .use this season. Much LETHBR1DGE July 20-21-22 Start a hotbed as soon as pos- sible and have i'our vegetables and garden stuff mature for your Exhibition on above dates. WM. OLIVER, Pres. AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS ON EAST HALF OF 29-9-19, SIX MILES N.E. OF COALDALE AND FOUR MILES WEST OF CHIN ON 15TH, 1921 COMMENCING AT ONE O'ctoCK. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE llrown Mares, 9 years old, 1400 HJB. eadi; one Brown Mare, 7 years old, uhout MOO Ibs.; one Bay Mars. 7 years old, about .1350 Ibs.; one Colt, coming two years old: niwe oil Cattle, including good MILK COWS, Yearlings and Calves; also iiiulji few dozen Ghiukens. FARM EMMERSON TRACTOR, in flrat-elass running order, just, snl of 10 ft. Kngine Double Discs; one 3-bottom EnKino Ganp, bmuitt'i' and stubble bottoms; ftecrfng good Wagon, .McConnick Binder, Funning Mill, Griudatoiio, Mower, Ruke, 3-seaioii Lever Harrow, "Walking Plow, one DeLaviU Cream Sejmmtoi1; ulso two 'sets Doublo Work Pterness. HOUSEHOLD anlGmlid PIANOFORTE, AmtSrican make, in At order; Extending Dining Tables, Tlirue- pieco Parlor Set, Oak Dresser, AimiiiHter Rug, 9x12; UrufssoU Hug, Coat Oil Stove etc. SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK. Terms of Cash, over one-fourth cash, balance by approved notes due -November 1st next. Eight per .cent, discount (or cash on accottnta over Parties re- quiring credit must be prepared to give absolutely bankable security. W. h. DtMOTTE, Owner, E. B, Clerk. phones 4M, Lethbrldgt. Nothing lias added so much piii- unncy to contonuiorary American llfu as tho subterfuges employed to elude the Prohibition Act. Hundreds oC nu'n un homesteads, on the railways, and I motorists are believed to be engaged in supplying the whole inter-moun- tain region of the United States with whisky fr_om Alberta, in Canada. So groat ib. !.tile flow of the spirit, a Washington eorrespo.i'l (ent, that what is called-.the "Montunu pipe line1' is engaging the aerlo'is at- tention of prohibition oBccrs. Over routes which cross the Canadian boun- ;liundreds of miles apart, aiv.l which converge at Falli, goods lluvv in a ste.ady. 8trean> south to Helena, jiid An to-. th'J Stales dt Montana. Tin u-iiici- for. the p'pe, lini iii on tile prairie uorth, of Ji-'.vre. A -Hi-.- living on tho. Milk, River somu n-.ileo below the border is reputed to have accumulated a fortune by transferring whisky across the river-by a homo- made aerial cable at.n.charge of 2iis. a case. From the crossing-places the of manufactured goo'ls in ilstcitco when the I'niteil vent "dry" IS months and held 'n iwml, can IMJ shipped nul (if tlm counliy with no dldlculty. Tin1 new uroiilbi- tion lnw in Alberta lias mode iittlti 'difference in, tho smuggling acru.Jt; j 1 international border, (.'usus o( j whisky can no longer he sc.M, but' jtliero Is no limit to the number of i Wages i dividual bottles which can sold tu! jtue man. Ho great is the Irunic. and1 .s large the ot tbat many men arrested lor mauufacturina "mooiisbinc" whisky have (-ompluiMd to their captors I'auadian botned goods can be obtain-: (.'t1. chuuper than they can mik-j illicit product. i Coaflmrst Miners :''ip likelihood Local Teachers Take Voluntary Cut: WjO Catch the Strike Fever Per Mine Owners Cut Coal Price Some to Orders s Charles J. Ferguson, Native of j County Armagh, lias Splendid Record liquor is transported train, con- cealed in shipments of coal or other heavy goods, or by motor-car. The daily local goods train ,from Leth- bridge to Great Falls is known -to the railroad men along tho Mr. Charles -J. Ferguson, the new organist of Knox clmrcli. will for the' first time preside at the organ on j Sunday, when (ho anniversary ser- vices of the church will bo beld. It i was at tho early age of U years that Mr. Ferguson .started to master the organ, and at the age 111 years he was organist at a church, of the Church of England, near Newcastle-1 ou-Tyne, in the north of England. He i took two first prizes two years run-; uing in choir work. Mr. Ferguson; is a native of tlio north of Ireland, having been bom in i' With the mild weather in evid- ence, the coal industry has slack- ened considerably, with very little output, owinn to the of orders. In order to encoyrage or- ders if possible, the at the North American Collieries, arranged to agree to a 12 1-2 per cent reduction in provid- ed .the operators would1 make a proportionate reduction in the "price of coal to the consumer. It is understood that this arrange- ment has been mutually agreed to between the employers and the men, and the mins has been work- ing under these conditions What effect this hss had on the output has not been ascertained so far. The majority of the miners in this mine belong to the 9. B. U., and the arrangement was come to at an O. S. U. meeting held at Coat- hurst. Teachers Here Appear to Satisfied Though Calgary Teachers Not Many Points in South Had Made u Start Before the Storm i Tli siuiw ot yesterday uiis stopped all over Southern Alberta. i und it will not commence again for a few days. Keports about plowing were i received this morning from several I points, covering the entire south, and they show that spring work was get- ting under way in practically every I district. 1 Between Lettibrtdge and Aldergvde plowing was reported from Kirkcaldy, j Carmangay and Brain. Coaldale and Brant, Granuni, Cowley and Warner, all report some plowing. At the lat- ter points the plowing was not at all extensive. The attitude of the Calgary teachers, 279 of whom will strike on March 10th, as- a protect against their not being given the raises in salary expected, has not been reflected in Lethbridge. The teachers in the city appear to satisfied with the arrangement come to with the trustees in the new schedule framed and adopt- ed. There have been one or two meetings held by the local Al- liance, as the Herald understands, to debate the position of the teach- ers in regard to the new schedule, but nothing has transpired to show that tha bulk of them are dissatisfted with the new arrange ment. WHERE ,18 MRS. RAY ADAMS' HUSBAND? LISTEN THE WHISTLE! WATCH FOR "THE MARK OF ZORRO The greatest made. DON'T MISS IT. From there he went to St. Church. Winnipeg, and then came to Lethbridge to take charge of the orgai> and the choir in Knox church, suc- ceeding Mr. Layton, who ig now or- ganist in Wesley church. line as the "bootleg special." Repeated county Armagh in Ulster. He has searches and seizures at ttie boundary; ueen eight years in Canada, and was and other places on the route have! organist in the Pro-cathedral nt made the motor-car the more com-1 Sault-Ste-Marie, Ont., for seven years, mon' means of transportation. Fast motor-cars, with sheet iron platea hung over their sides to deflect bul- lets, now travel in groups of tbree, according to the prohibition (enforce- ment men. The cars are invariably fast, high-powered, and expensive ma- chines, able to put on a burst of speed. The front car Is a path-finder and "trouble hunter." It carries noth- ing but a party of tourists. The mid- dle car is the carrier, and is usually loaded with as many cases of whisky aa it can carry. The third car is a lookout to prevent enforcement offi- cials in stiU faster cars from coming up behind. The irony of the" whole situation is that most of the whisky brought south at risk and expense by ttih illicit carriers is Vriited States spirit, which has first travelled north in carload lots tbrough Great Falls. In accordance with the pro- gressive policy of the Kerald all of our newsboys have been provided witli whistles which they will blow when delivering tile paper at tile doors. So on windy evenings or if at any time, our patrons wish to leave instructions with the newsboy, i if they will listen for the whistle they cannot miss him. Mrs. Hay U. Adams, or Menolte. -----------------j has written to the Jncial police asking if tliey liave any' traces of her husband ,who has dis- appeared, leaving her with baby. The missing man is described as be- ing 5 ft. 7 in. in height, with brown hair and eyes, of HgRt compleiiou. and with a big scar en. the toy oC head. SHOE REPAIRS For best worlc at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoe.mak.ers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. Fire Marshal Chowu is investigat- ing the mysterious blaze which do- stroyed the barn and contents on the j J farm of stock M. Thornton, iumr Wood- Picton Board of Trade is protest- ing against the C.X.H. cutting off the ind evening train to Treu- USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich yellow custards. Scraps of meat, vegetables, fiHh, etc., served with a milk sauce, assume an appearance und a taste which is simply de- lectable. o. rox 940 PHOMTE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 0-6 Acadia Building 312-Third Avenue South ice to Motor- ing tha Lethbriilfte Vulcan- izing Works won't be respons- ible for any contracted by Hie Modern Vulcanizing Shop or the Macleod Vulcanizing Works. Macleod. BASIL E. CHAPLIN has no connection with the Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works whatever. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works (Signed) E.' CHAPLIN, Prop. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Fancy per Ib..............., Fancy Mixed per Ib..............., Hoyal Shield -leiiy PQW-. ders; 3 for___...... .Bloater Paste, .-2 tins for............ 45c 45c 25c 35c Curtis Supreme Hipfc 1 Regular' 90c; On sale for 70c FlOJ'ida Grapefruit Each Kerr's Pure Alfalfa Honey; nor jar 60c FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1365. Phone 1576. LIMITED If You Haven't Eaten QUAKER BREAD You Don't Know Real Bread Quaker Hread offers you all the atul nourish- ment that Is possible to got out ot thn choiccsUwheat grains. It is not only healthful, but possesses :i delicious flavor 'and a crispy aa you find only in palatable Bread. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakera of Ouaktr Bread. PHONE 378. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT Don't wait till you need that Suit, or Coat, or Dress, befortryou have it CLEANED and PRESSED. DO IT NOW and have it ready for the.first nice spring days. Everything- thoroughly washed in gaso- line. Ours is the only system that COM- PLETELY ELIMINATES the smell of GASO- LINE. [j Called Tor and Delivered. Letlibridqe Laundry Go.i Dry Cleaning Department PHONES 450, 451. C. S. FARROW, turn f the Gloctc Heal After Chronic Indigestion SATURDAY HEALTH TALK NO, 22 (By'Hyrum Smitn, D.C., Ph.C.) Wbeu a disease nursints for a, grcfU. length of time it becomes what ia known as chronic, llauy persons have chronic indigestion without fppareut- ly being unhealthy. They hare to ba constantly watchful of .what they eat. and some things they like must Avoided entirely. When a disease becomes chronic it is a certain indica- tion that the cuuse is. deep-seated, that it lies iu some structural defect of the body which can only be righted by chiropractic adjustments. When the spinal Joints at "stomach place" are out of alignment and are pressing upon the spinal nerve opening, there Is a stomach weak- ness, either cbrouic or certain to become chronic, unless tlie structural defect is corrected by adjustments. This is 'the service the chiropractor of skill renders. Very Bad Digestion Very Good "When I started -with cbiro- praolic adjustments T was suf- fering a second nervous break- down. My digestion vau very hud, I was much under weight. Today I am feeling fine, cat a'uy- tiling in reason and am up to normal Chiropractic Research Bureau, Statement Xo. 122211. ACT TODAY Delay postpones Kood health. Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 203 Sherlock Block Phones 1677 and 1441. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS DISEASES 'THE rOLUOWING -IVIS THROAT ASMS i HEAUT, LUN01 Liven PANCREAS towns v LOWER LOWER PINCHED TO FURNI5H PROPER IMPULSES IFE AND HEALTH) 0 THEIR ORWN5 AND TI55UE5 INP FREE HEALTH VI6PR- VITALTy j ;