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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1920 11 THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS LETHB1UDGE, ALBEUTA, PAGE SEVEN MIHi The Teachers' Salary Increase, Amount to City 100.00 ground staff Sanitary towels Council Receive Estimates and Will Deal With Have to add Discount Amount and Enough to Cover Schooll 'caches' salarie. ____. Taxes on PropeKy Has Fallen to City. Which The city council were given some- thing to think about when, -at the regular Monday sittings, they were faced with a request from Iho Schools' Board to make provision on tho annual for tho for the sum of This on Jta face value represents an increase of over compared to tho estimates of tho board lor 1913. to be Added The sum of however, represents less than the figure named in what the city will have to provide To this turn will have to be added that of some representing taxea levied and paid to the board on property which has fallen into Ibo hands of the city for taxes unpaid and which sum will necessitate a mil levy to meet the same In this year's school estimates. -Added to this there is the round sum of J9IWO to cover discounts allowed In tho paying of Uses before certain dates. So the sum of at least J20.000 will have to bo tacked ou to tha Teachers' Salary Iri'teachers1 salaries there Is an in- crease of over the sum requir- ed for this purpose last year, and there Is an increase over last year of meet the extra expemllturo ot staff'salaries, which includo tho superintendent's salary and those of 'each ere' Telephones Waler Typewriters for commercial class Contingencies t........ Total I Surplus ns per balance sheet Estimated govt. grant and 5.000.00 400.00 900.09 965.00 210.00 COO.OO Boil the Water Boll your water. That Is the advice given by civil offlc- tale. They desire you to do this for the neit tew days. should any Bign_ot muddtaegs appear. Owing to an embargo on box cars in the United States a car of coagulant has been delayed and the city ex- peels to be short ot this until the car arrives. Janitors. The Estimates Coroner Humphries lias cancelled the Inquest into the death .of Mrs. George Palmer, that was called (or tonight. In au Interview he stated that he was satisfied tlvat no foul play was connected with ber death and that the note alleged to have been left by the dead woman to her husband. Is sufficient evidence to prove that it. la a case of premeditated suicide. Dr. James B. Loverlng attended the woman at child blrih and continued KiTlne her his attentions until tho Hints of death, according to the doc- tor's statement today. Ho further stated that Iho woman was subject to melancholia and, In his opinion, she laboring under a delusion, while In one ot those fits, when she camo to her death at the bottom ol tho fire pressed. He stated that such condit- ions arts totdom found among the the church members, and this fact prompted him to ask the above ques- tion, ho eald. Tho speaker told of the addrf stress being uiado by the church on the soc- ial questions of the day and talked o! perplexities arising out of different passages ot scripture. He stated that this comet from differences in the messages given by Matthew, Luke and others. In one case a new social or- der is spoken of and ID another tho chief message la about a ting who will come to the earth to sate people. EXCHANGE DECLINES That is City Council's Answer To Request For Permanent Play Grounds Dr. Bland Speaks oh Problems Of the Interfered NEW YORK. Jiarch Another decline In sterling exchange marked One hundred and fifty people braved llie Of mariot here to4ay, the storm that raged in Lethbridgej demaail bnls heins >iuotci) at Sunday night to hear Rev. C. B. Bland, or 514 cents below Saturday's close. ut Calgary, preach an anniversary scr- Demand sterling rose to 3.S5H in tbo vice In Wesley church. Sunday franc cheques were the sixth anniversary of the church J nuotea at the rate ot 1352 !or tba and was planned as "go to church j American dollar, off nlro centimes. Sunday." Dr. Bland, in his morning cheques at the rate of 18.21, service spoke of people's to Ot( (our centimes. Christ and In the evening discoursed i German marks were quoted at 1.12 on the number of messages about cenls or i (-100 of a cent below In regard to a communication from K. S. Filmer, secretary of the LA.A.A., asking the city to consider the estab- lishment of permanent playgrounds, with' the suggestion that the tai sale property bought by the city might be used for that purpose, the commli- escape on the nouth 'sUoViho' SheV- sioners were of the following opinion: I lock Block Sundav morning. That whereas the council hnvo already I Continuing the doctor stated that in1 provided playgrounds In Adams park, his belief she was trying to escape In the Kckstorm grounds and ,a Hen- from the building, trying to get away derson park, at considerable expense from tho subject of her distorted ami whereas there has never been She ho thought, did not.any objection to children using va- Christ's mission on earth given by dif- ferent writers'In the Bible. During his evening talk he told of deplorable conditions existing In Cal- gary, on account ot the high coat of living. He contributed -A statement to a preacher to the effect that women come with tears In their eyes seeking assistance. They cannot pay the Increased rents and have, with Saturday's final prices. STEAMER'S ENGINES DEAD WJLiMlXOTOX. N. C.. Jiarch 15 A wireless picked up hero today re- ported tho Amcrfcau s'eamer Mo- hawk of the Clyde Line, New'York to Jacksonville, 24 miles southwest of Cape Lookout, with her engines dead. Tho cutter Manning ot Norfolk is their husbands, been struggling along steaming toward (ho distressed Yes on eighty dollars a month. Ur. Bland 3el. alleged that in many stores and In- In Calgary, thousands ot TOLOiraCASE City Police Court Presents Scene of is Continuing To ali intents anj purposes the city police court on Monday morning might hove been held In Canton, with .Magistrate Irwln as the mandarin, or whatever dignitary trios offences in, China, to Judge from the largo num- ber of interested Chinese present to follow the preferred against Kwong On Lung for owning aud run- ning a lottery, and against Sing Wing: [cr being a frequenter thereat. The lottery is of an intricate des- cription, to judge from tho exhibits in court in the way oJ boards, Chinese ink and brushes, and a largo numbei- of pads of paper with Chinese charac- ters on them, together with a Cbineso adding machine and other parapher- nalia of tho Chinese purzte variety. The case occupied the attention ot the court all the morning and was adjourned to the afternoon. The prosecution Is in tho hands of S. Ball, city solicitor, and the defenco Is being conducted by D. II. Elton. A clolli wet with camphor will re- move white spots from furniture. Big Weather Event is Delayed Later Than. Year's AVeather ing happened jiuo.clty Dr Covering expressed (he opinion same as opportunity occurs; and that'sho had traversed the fire cs- whereas the only way such property, cape to its lower platform, from where could be permanently laid aside for Old Man river is disgorging itself! jumped, breaking her neck in Use playgrounds would be by the pur- stftutlons in Calgary, thousands men are working for fifteen to eigh- teen dollars a week. Ho told congregation to an- swer the question ot whether the church has drifted away from the op- The school estimates are made up as follows: Free clane room supplies Debentures.............. Exchange............... FU0l J'-nrnlpliings............... Insurance Improvements to grounds Janitors' supplies 400.00 Library 50.00 Light of its ice today. The floe weathor of (aii- The )ump was about 12