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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TOB LOCAL NBWB WHEKB TOO EXPECT R THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVK LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, NpyEMBEK 10; 1920 LETHWUDGB, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN CHAIRMAN JOHNSON RESIGNS; SCHOOL BOARI) ELECTS MR. A. B. HOGG AS HIS SUCCESSOR Mr. Johnson's 111 Health New Trustees To Be Elected in Teach- ers Contract man's Hall to Meet Overflow in North Lethbrid ge. There will be four vacancies that the necessary appointments may contested in'" tho (flection for trustees be made before the end of liie month During preceding years applications hove been received from teachers of (ho Public. in IJecenjber. The fourth vafancy'is'cSiised th'o' resignation pf.Mr, K. V.. present- 'cliaifhiari of the..' Bo'ard, through "reasons of "ill health.' The re- signation was tsndered the Board at mecLuiKicm 'p.nd was accepted The rysiyfiiit.ion r of .3oh'hsou, who was elected for the third time iu tho election ol Decerjbor 1910, and l SNOW THROUGHOUT SOUTH COUNTRY Weather over the southern Alberta division of tie C.P.R. is somewhat the same as bridge today. Snow flurries arc general and a northeast wind -Is blowing with tho tueruiiue- ter running between .twenty aud thirty above zero. whose names have been placed.on a walling f hero'has decid- ed change infills respect duriug'th'o present year anil wo aro not now receiving .applications ol a desirable type from any. experienced teachers. ,Qur't present'.salaryi'sche'dule Is not attracting tho type of. teacher, we re- Quire and this may lead to serious cil of Women are coinmenoratiDg tho day by.holding their annual banquet at Kaox cliurch on Armistice uighl. On the P. H. the day will bo'ob-! served by-all traflic-aud work iu the! offices being suspended for the space' of two minutes at 10 a.m. i As tbere'wilKbe practically a holi- day in the schools on Thursday, ow- ing to tho meeting of lha teachers In convention, Armistice- Day was ob- seivco in tlie-; Central School on Wed5 nesdaj'. morning.' vho lias another year of office to run, [consequences in view of the fact that will occasion loss to the the "enrolment. In each class room ex- Hoard. In the deliberations of thailceeds tho number that can be. cared body his stolid common sonso and knowledge of financial problems held in stead. He was. progressive ia Ills the came time -In .education 'and In' tho Ijrobloms of the School Board he took a keen, interest. .In llio. stormy ses- Lions'of the Biiaril, duriiig the regime of Bidet; as School Superintendent, his cool judgment was very material in the trustees look. What- ever hs'illd'he did quietly, with a log! for by any .except ot the strongest anil most experienced, type.' Teachers ot this type cannot bo' secured at ures- ent unless the initial salary Is In creased to ?1200. The number of new pupils during October 1020 exceeds tho number for October 1919 by 34. This may be accounted for by the fact-'that condi- tions in tbe rural area surrounding I.ethbrldgo have Improved .'to somo extent and that a larger numheryare oaf concentration ol thought on the consequently in position to send tbeir lest interests of tlic schools without children to tho city school during the prejudicing the Interests ot the rate- winter mouths. This indicates what may bo expected when crop condi- tions aro still more favorable, or wheu irrigation plans have been de- veloped." School Congestion In view of the present distribution of school population, tho Superintend that flavin bo neceisarj payers. 'Mr. Johnson is at present confined... io his home indisposition, and In I taking tiie step'he to.s in resigning] from ihc Hoard felt that his' present statp of health .requires a November Nineteenth is the Last Uaj> Receiving Them Information About irrigation for the vacancies on lie' boarcV of trustees of the JLeth- Irrigation' Dls'trlci vill close on 19 and up to he present tinje no nominations' have Judge Advised Acquittal On Tha -thi-cn other vacancies in the vrill ba occasioned by the end- ing of I ha tv.-o periods.for which they elct-teil Scott. Hogg. No pronouncement itiis whether these trustees will present thtmselycs for re-election, tpouk'ir'it' fs'rofianled as certain lhat Messrs. Scott and Hogs will be before the'electors. :The three retiring trus- leas. .hiiv_c_ yet: Lo_jlefinitely declare their decision.' Another well known figure will from the school lifo of Leth- iiridge In'tlio resignation tendered and accented 'wllli regret, of Miss Shar- -whV lias IjeeuT identified the School fur' many years, liarlng been': on -the .teaching staff since 1907. .Miss Shahrian has ac- cented position as teacher, in Van- couver. Arrangements are now complete for relieving the congestion in the North l.etlibridge Schools by-making use of liurifiuan's Hall. Cor., an extra class room. ;TIiis will be fn charge ul 3t. Smith for the biilencevof the year, regular salary __twards may necessitate the erec lion of a new school towards the.east- ern-portion of the area now. occupied In North M least two rooms 'of. the proposed addition to Westminster School'will be required withlu' a year. Teacher Resigns- The resignation ot" Miss Eeah Young as teacher in Fleetwood owing to ill s. Dixon appointed as substitute for the remainder, ot the term. At the Supreme Court, on Wednes- day Germalno was up for trial on tbe charge of obtaining a 'note under false pretences ami also of stealing the same. It was alleged XT tho Crown ,that he gave James iBurnptt, for'whom he was working as -hired man. a ;note, ..which, before II carite due he got back from him ant] charging tho jury Lordship advised them to acquit the accused on the charge ot false pre tences and to consider that ot'tho 'theft. -'The jury "retired shortly after noon to verdict. "The following 'are the jurymen: Earl Sloan, Ernest Flectwood, Arthui Frayne, B. W. Ferguson, W. Barnacal John Elliott.. B. 'Hogg appearei for tho defence. Dr. Cony be are pros ecuted for the Crown. The jury in the Germaine case' re turned a verdict of "guilty.'.' was released on suspended; sentence Anniversary of the Conclusion of Great War Not- To Be Overlooked in City. GIFTED CREAtOR OF "OLD BILL" HERE ON NOVEMBER 20 On November 20 in the .Msjestio Theatre citizens ?f Le'Ubrldge will iiive an opportunity of seeing and hearing Captain Bruce Balr us father, of whom BO much has been heard through bis cartoons. Few.-young men have had a more adventurous career as this cartoonist, author and playwright aud-.ho will glve'a lectiiro hero on the above date. Ho Is appearing iu Lothbridgo un- der the aURp'Ices ot the Rotary Club and to the club will go a percentage of the box office receipts and to the in general will go the results Iteporls received by W. A. Hamil- ton arc to Ihe effect that the cihv palgn ot the United Farmers gf A! herta is progressing very favorably. Ileturns are cumuiencing to reach Cal- gary more rapidly and they Indicate that a good percentage of the farmers are supporting their own organization Tho Macleod constituency is-doing very flue and returns from the ot Ihe notary Club's disposal o! Ibis Lethbridgc constituency; are -growing. money.-. It will go Into the fommurilty Welfare fund of the club and "will 'be spent for the benefit of the city at largo.- N Infringing Captain Rtirnsfather lo the Rotary. Club is con: tlnulng its policy of a service been received ;by Secretary Duuniug lo the city aud they believe they are Mr. George "ciew's seat ia 1X6 one, offering a goo" Chew-will be. returned to help cotn- iletb the wo'rSyjio has bad BO much 0'do-in pushing along. The boptlot and prospectus of this Irrigation district will bo printed In Edmonton, it was announced this morning. Tho work of preparing it is proceedlne'rapldly In Toronto and if is' nece'ssary to obtain many figures and facts from the govern- me'nt offices Ib'Edmonton and to hare them checked there It was consider- ed advisable to.have tho printing done in'.that''city, so' the work could be rashe'd.." FATHER SEEKS TO FIND HIS SON good educational stunt on 20. "ra' OS blribS of this continent is >resenting many humorous sides ot he war, "Old who has become? ?6od for a laugh any place In tbo Eng- lish -Bp'e'aking world, is his creation In "Old Bill, Mo and the Income he will offer the public many opportunities to laugh. During his lecture lie draws cartoons rapidly and some of his most famous drawings are shown on a screen. 16 YEAR OLD WIFE APPEARS IN COURT WINNERS IN THE SILVER BUTTON CONTEST Winners-in the. silver button con test, held on Tuesday, under the aus- pices of the Women's Civic were Muriel Allison, SS per cent.; Irma 35.per cent.; Phyllis .White, 70" per Jessie Lindley, .70 'per Leila .Workmahj'-'IO per The "con test -was." In fancy, life .saving, .for the members of the. girls' swimming class iii which .the. Civic Club is Heeiily in- terested, and which its members are very anxious to'eneourage In the jphy- sical benefit it brings to the girls of the city. Chief Gillespie has received a com- munlcallon from the Salvation Army at Lewiston.1 Kentucky, asking on be- half 'of "tb.e 'father, information as'to the whereabouts of llogcr Yerhon, ?aid to-have to-Leth bridge 190S, and to have wrltlen-h'Dnie that ho was'retura- ing there In' He has however, not turned up, and his elder- ly father-is .anxious' to know vha'. has become of him. Vernon'-is presumed to have served in the U. S. navy and to havo gone overseas.; He is described as about 35-years-of dark and handsome, and well bnllt. i. DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your, shoesirepaircd by nrac-' tical shoemakers is at': Hut ton Perkins 418A South 3 doors. .Colonial Theatre A young wife of 10 years appeared as chief witness in the Supreme Court, oil Wednesday, In the case of Hex'vs.'Clarke- which was proceeded with on the retirement of the Jury, to consider their verdict in the Germalne case. She Is the wife of Artttui Clarke, of Lomond, who stands chars ed with inflicting bodily harm on her with, assault on -various with pointing a gun at her. The case is a non-Jury one. BRlfJUnOF Efforts Are Being Put Forth to Bring Hon. T. A. City From Milk lilver aiid'wilsoii Siding he returns have been very encoumg VS. Coaldale and c-ast Letbbridge districts. have not completed their work yet. Tho How River constitu- ency has over now placed In :he bands of the Calgary officials..-" Bert of White School dis- called on and secured auhscriptloiis from twenty-one. In -the case of 'Harvey charged with tho robbery of the 'post offlco at Ilayoond, the Jury at the supreme court on Tuesday afternoon, returned a verdict of "not giillty." Counsel for the accused, C. F. Harris, laid stress on the fact that tbe maiu witness for the prosecution, Ralph Collelt, was, in tiie confession ha made- in Ihe witness box, not to be relied on, and argued that he accused Glioes to shield another party. Glines Hon'. T. A. Crerar niay appeir on a publ'c. platform In Utth- jiridge around-the first of next, month. Efforts are being made to bring him here after his Calgary meeting, which occurs about that W. A. Hamilton, of Farm Products announced this morn- ing. The annual convention of the district U.F.A. Is scheduled for this city on oer 9, and If Mr. Crerar. _ "eacier of the f oe s'ec'tired for a meeting here these dates will be changed to Tieet with his approval. 'I In Calgary Mr will at- tend- the annual meeting of the grain growers. .Mr.' Crcrarj come Lethbridge-he will, probably' be accompanied by Mr.'H.'W. FINED BIG SUM FOR THEFT OF LIQUOR At the Supreme Court, on Tuesday afternoon, Fred'Stayk was fined the.theft .ot- liimor from a C. P. It: car at Coutts. This" was the hall on tho occasion. Tee local Coun-j tuto teacher. CoaPContract- ..-i will be no public eel- In the. fact tliat some question has I ebratlpn of AnnisUco which falls nriscii as to tho terms of the contract} tomorrow, in the. city, there will-bo with the Hamilton Coal Co. tor de- functions held to commemorate the livery of coal for tlie season of event. The'members of the 39th Bat-j the Board resolved that the pfice nam-l tery nra holding their annual cd In the, tender be .subject >to any in the, evniug of tho day. Tho Major i increa'se authorized by. the' Director-, Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. B., are gir; of coal operations; and that, whereas! Ing a military bail in the Masonic; Mr. Hamilton has agreed to' accept' an increase of 40 per cent, in lieu of the authorized increase ol 65 per cent, when the contract Is signed 'a Hause be inserted accordingly, but that the signing of the contract be deterred until November 25th In order to give tho Hoard an opportun- ity of Inspecting the o.uallty of the coal delivered. Enrolment The total enrolment for the city public schools durings the month of October as .compared ,to 1844 in the .same' monlh -last year. This is ail The aver- age class room in the public as pointed otll by the Superintendent of Schools in his monthly Is at present 40.6. The congestion been most marked In Grades 11 and 111 iri Westminster School. "When, the pupils are admitted to Grade 1 In says XIK Hode- son, "it will probably be necessary lo provide another class room for North Lethbrldge and one or two additional' claea rooms for South ,'Lethbrldgo. A detailed report of :tha needs will bo submitted for the. next .meeting of Ihe Board baaed on Is being'conductejl at. the pres- ent tlma possi- bilities, etc. in the meantlmo 1 de- slro to recommend that the Board ad- Toftlse immediately, for'teachers so BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 VELVET MATS 24 x -18 GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make cafe a favorlto with you, too. The Yale W FIFTH STREET SOUTH GANOKG'S MOIR'S BOXES OF CHOCOLATES WHILE THEY LAST 1 Lb. Boxes N 95c 2 Ib. Boxes 0. COX 940 PHONE 1615 income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO.v C-6 Building 812 Third Avenue Soulh Always in good taste. JOHN PORE, Limited BAKERS i PHONE ;378 The Wheels of Busi- ness are driven by the power of knowledge. All of the raw materials and the money arid ma- chinery of business are powerless without the trained thought to di- rect them. Our school AviH teach you business practice. DAY SCHOOL AND EVENING CLASSES INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION KEEP ON REAPING MR. EDUCATOR'S -TALKS To Larger Premises Standard Garage Building PURITY BATTLING WORKS PHONE 1S01 COR. 4TH AVE i 3RD STS. comes, up this, afternoon before the j non ]urv cases, the jury court on a second charge alleged cases being all disposed of against him, that of the theft of a heifer. This will be a non-jury- case; i O HAVE YOU TRIED "OLD CHIEF' BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have his Peoplo that nave used It say' 11 Is good and como tack for more and you will do the s.iino. All tho .leading grocers, in tho city nro hanAiing this flno brand ol butter. r-: Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1929, CAFETERIA SUPPER UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LOCAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN IN THE KNOX CHURCH BASEMENT THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11TH Supper Served from 5.30 to 7 p.m. EVERYBODY COME ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION A General Meeting OF THE ABOVE ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD IN THE- Moose Kail on Thursday. Nov. llth AT 8 P.M.--: s All veterans and their wives tu sttea-i "is proposed to form'a Auxiliary Lcthhridgo Unit this meeting. BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Unlimited Supply Of Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRJCES RANGING FROM UP ALL SIZES Why go to the expense of buying new tires and tubes when you can buy them at half the pHce. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- It Is also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent for cooking and makes a yopd drink. Only So per quart, delivered. .Phone 1576 and have our driver call, j THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, PHONE lS76f ;