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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NKWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE'LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, MAY "LETHIMUDGE, -ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN MEETING MONDAY OF BASEBALL EXECUTIVE will have- a "penalty" clause, soine- Ulfderstood Operators Are Will- thi'ug that bus hitherto been unknown 111 such agreements. This penalty ing to Grant That Increase on clause will place a 'Ino of Per Top of.U Per Cent. Granted per man for every day thai tho men Litsl Suggest i Pcnallv for Pit-Head tho organlza- i tlon T'lis fice will bo collected Committee Meets in -'ltna... Calgary. Jjetubriilgo delegates to tho scale KeetiDE of the Alberta members of the U. M. ot A., which Is bolug held in Calgary today, and Is preliminary 1 O H Whltesido of C'oleman is tho president 6t the Western Canada Coal Operators' association, which is iieso- tialliis tho .new.agreement with Uis- trlct No. IS, U. -M. W. o( A. Robert Blllsborougli. secretary oi Gladstone Uulon, U-. M. W. oi A.. SEATS FOR ADAMS PARK WILL BE PROVIDED Thirteenth Street the neces- sary plov.-ing iu Ilcndc'raon I'ark under j.thc .scheme- ot ImrirovemeistB iiuijijiod iu-place as is the mcu cau get on tile. Job. will be iiuprovGtacins made in A L'ark. with tlio, tended to. Is Now Inspector of (he Junior Grades There. TO GO TO FESTIVAL Trustee Terrill's Objection That They Should Pay Substitutes Is Turned Down. Seven Persons Has Grain Up cc-ntage of wheat, oats, flax, and barley estimated now in the ground: Three District Leads With 90 Per Cent, of Wheat and Crow Branches Ahead of Rest of District. -District De Winton Okotoks -Wht.OalB.Plax.Bly. 10 5 10 10 10 15 J5 Cayley 6 Nanton Parkland 15 5 The question of giving four of tho teachers of the 'city schools leave to attend the Musical Festival in Edrnon ton -was decided at a meeting of the school management committee, con slsting of all the trustees, held a noon today. Sfr. Terrill strongly ob- jected, on behalf of tho ratepayers to the permission being given unlesi Ihe teachers were willing to pay th cost of trio substitute teachers neces sary in their absence. This .woul amount lo per day for each or per day for tho Jour. The original in tenllon was that five should go; Ihrct of them being High School teachers In spite of the objection pt Mr, Ter rill the remaining trustees voted, tha __ Ihe teachers bo allowed to proceed 5 Edmonton A former teacher In the 'rlniary Schools, In the person of Miss Jei-trude Jackson, has been appointed nspector of primary and junior grad- s by the Calgary School Board at a alary of Miss Jackson, whose home was in the cast, was a, teacher in the prim- ary grades here some- sii years ago, luring the regime of Mr. W. A. Hara- Iton as superintendent. Before she eft the city she filled the position if stenographer to the superintendent ,nd acted as substitute teacher in her spare time. The selection of Hiss Jackson war made out of 42 applicants for the post. [n addition to other school experience she had three years In Lethbridge Addition IS ISy 55 To Bo Added Building Coming in Not-Distant Future. Mr. A. N. Jeffers. archittct of Edmonton, and connected, with the telephone department, is In the city today in regard to the extension of the present tele- phone building. .It Is to be built out at the rear, with the ion octnpying a space of 48 feet by 55 feet According to prospective ar- rangernents a new and enlargjd telephone.building be In place of the present flructgre In the near future to the demands on It In the way of the extension of the telephone vke. Mr. Jeffers was the architect for the present court house build- Ing which was built at the time he was provincial architect. PASTOR'ON TRIAL FOR FRAUD LONDON, May Canadian Associated Atherton Sinclair, tho pastor of Arlington Con gregational church, Lancashire, disappeared suddenly, Is now undo commllal lo stand trial on variou charges The prisoner an nounced that he was a Canadian chap- lain and had decorations, 'whereas It is that a pri- vate of-the Eame'nara'e was dismissed from the Canadian pay corps. SHERIFF A SBOOTLEGGER 111NNI3APOL1S, Minn., May Oscar Martinson, who resigned heriff of Jlennepin county, pleade ;uilty today to a charge ef ty in the illicit transportation of j iquor from Canada into the United States. Sentence was deterred on a motion of the federal district attorney. BERTHS GO UP Tho berth rate went up to- day. Now U will cost S2.25 for a lower to Calgary. According to the new rates for sleepers, lowers that formerly cost J1.50 and will cost ?3.00, plus war tax, from today on. Y1C1 Four New Members Elected to of Ofticcrs Later, The funeral of tho late John Smer- k, the vlcilni of tho accident In No. mine, took place this morning to- ether with that of Mike llahulalko, n-hoso death occurred in Ihc Gait Hos-