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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 4" ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE TOU EXPECT IT, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS NOVEMBER 24, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBIUDGE, ALBE11TA. SECOND SECTIOJjJ PAGE SEVEN amiEACHERSASKFOR SNCREASElNSAtAlfp SCHOOL BOARD WAITS MERCHANTS OPPOSE LUXURY TAX MUMPS PREVALENT Not Prepared to Act Utjtil After trie December -Elections 1 INCREASE IN MINIMUM SALARY IS FAVORED The teachers isv the public and high schools are cut for Increases in.salary iu con.fDi7r.Uy with the schedule arriv- ed ;it by Hie Provincial Teachers' Al; .1 lance at Calgary. .Witu this purpose a deputation headed by Mr. Crawford, secretary of the local. Alliance, with Mr. Urandow of Ihe Fleetwood school, oud three junior .teachers, waited on the trustees at the, regular meeting ot the Dqard, held on'Tuesday night. Par- ticular' ?tfcE3 was made on Ihe raising of. trie initial salary from liasls In the city of ?9'00 to In this the junior teachers were particu- larly interested, and a'speejy decislou PLAINTIFF COT JUDGMENT In the of August Wester- vs. John A. Holmerson and anies A. Lewis, heard in the supreme courVjudarhent was giv- en in favor of the plaintiff for the sum clalmetf, amounting to odd, with counterclaim allow- the defendant Irv.the sum of. 5407.51 In the ket-off he put up against the platntlK's claim. LADIES1 FUHNISHEp ENJOYABLE "EVENING Mumps are very much preva- lent iu tho city, in one family nut only cveYy member but even the domestic cat Is inlti up with the It not, however, a disease-that is quarantined. Chk-keu-n-Tt elso Is fairly prevak-nt. There are no 'flu cases.reported. i FINE STATEMENT- OF I -BANK OF MONTREAL Owing to numerous complaints, ra celved by tho provincial police frorr the good people ot Grassy ot the; presence of toughs in llieJiUiier to peaceful village, mid the Illicit liquor, a clean-up is being madi by the A. P. P. On Monday, us report. in tho. Herald, a man naiued'Tatlr was fined 5100 with costs, for. Eelliaf booze and on Tuesdaj bj The annual hlatcmcut of the Bouk I foro Mr Humphries J V two lough. ot .Montreal md cjtes tho prosperous. Irish nime> Udnln Ryan Oakers of the Ontario Retail Merchants' Association uhlcb i" protecting against the Left to right: C. Miller, Toronto, secretary; E.M.T rower! 11. W. Woman of Preston, president of the Ontario Loard vice-president of the Ontario hoard. condition In the country as well as the ivlse careful management.that has characterized that bank. After deduct- Ottawa, secretary of-.lne-Dominion He-tail Merchants; ins charges of management-and limk- J. Al Baiifield of Winnipeg and D. Clarke of. To- the ladies' society of the B. of L. F. t B. held their, monthly social ove- uiiiK in the I. p.; 6. P. liall on Mon- day, Nov.- 22. Fourteen tables ot were in' play. winnere of this event Ladies'! first prlzej Mrs. A. Lo'nghurstigeiit's first prize, John neraRTAj-ir.-i ladles' consolation, Mrs. J, Beaumont; seut's" consolation, was asked'.for. frpm the trustees sojAlr. Gaut, that they caii make up their minds to] -A" musical program was then pro- continue other: In their jireseiit positions orlce'eded w. ers. With the Initial salary las chairn ith. Bro. H: Ohapman acted in1 his usual humorous ralseil-by It was also asked that'manner. .-The following numbers com- the whole present salary scale of the lapsed tlio list of the musical program: leache'rif Ih.thepublic schools.'should increased all the case "'of jbo salary schedule "arrived: at at Calgary., wis -the' initial of for graduates, and fdi' non-graduates, in Lefbbridge' ior schools ot eight rooms: arid .over, ?125. rUicg'io a minimum ot In each case: Grade'leacners to.start at.Jl.SOO with an "annual.increment of to a maximum of''52.400.'.First yic'c- Principal, .annual incre- went to "second Vice-Principal Tl.GOO Increment of maximum the high as, Leth'- bridge, the initial'salary of Principals Tvas. placed'at f with an annual Increment of rising to maximum ot for assistants.an Initial sal- ary'of f "with increment of TiEJEg to a..maslmuin Election board'BtateJ that-they were not. prepared rsatlsrV of increases.'i.untl'l'tjje elections' 'a matter, which' also affectc d fa'topayers f or >whom .th'ey were raise'ln the minimum sal- ary on recommendation of Ihe MiisUal Master John' Bern- 'Anderson; senti- mental son'gE, "Mr.. StottT, slelBul' ot ham! .musical aild senti- mental song, Kllner; recitation, Sir. H. K.' johhs'tou; sentimental song, Mrs. A.- LqBghiirsl; recitation, Mrs. -.Shaw. The chairman." Dro.-. Chapman, .in- formed all Professor Gep. Anderson's jazz 'orchestra was in waiting to music, as the next Item on dance. Both, young -.and old fenjpred them- selves 'to excellent .-.iiqnibe'ri 'ren- dered by 'or- chestra unill the early hours the morning. An eicelleii t ch was served by the ladle's; Tho arinory was the sceiio of much activity last when ..the batteries experienced the liveliest] meeting so far this season .A, big crowd turned out and judging tfom tho preparations that are being made for sports and games, it can he safely said that the personnel of both batteries will increase r.pecJily. .The sports committee bare already secured. indoor, baseball .equipment, and gloves tor those who wish, to in- dulge in the manly art of sel.f-defeuce. The batteries boast eleven more eri rolments wJiIcb. Is very encoi for one night. ave finding any, returned to Lelhbrldge, he found that the defendant had trans- ferred the the post office to of Commerce, where It was deposited In the name of Parahua Parscliuk. Since- depositing the money .lii'tbb 'plaintiff alleges 'that liis _ i wife' deserted mm 'and is now living I in "adultery with1 a man named Paul i Gawriluk. Defendant, he says, re- >r -it' nt i TI- fuses to deliver tlie money to him and Alleges to HIS; threalens toiake it and other property of the .iilaintlff ;and abscond from ,Al berla with the money as her own.. -.The, plaintiff "claims payment of .the fl.600' and restraining defeudanl.or any.other person author- taking the said in'ori- ey; from, the The defence denies the claim, stat- ing that the'money Is the rightful pos- session "of.the defendant. Spbiise for. Ur Too'ranch his mak- .ing as, alleged, the custodian of the common caused the marital uore'cn- Nick'aifd Paran'na Dqwman raraging to- aireil the Sunicme Court. The action started; afternoon. An interesting lecture on the gun was glycn by, Major iicKlllop the lat- of the evening. ANGRY-. CROWS ifeATTTLE KUNTBR.VyHO WC'JNDS '---------------------FLOCK assured''of etlc hearing .'in that, the board1 felt that there was neett of revision of hot, ns .Trustee .Terri put it, exactly as the Allianco-sched- tile laid down." JIIss McKay, -who is.on leave, had it extended tp_a further six Uiorflhs In compliance with a request made by ier. 'r; It was agreed, that the secretary be Instructedrto ask'Meyer and Co., of Edmonton, for quotations on fifty of j each-qt-their'No. 1 anil No. 2 desks delivered t.o.b. I.ethhrldge, not'later' than January. 15th, 1021; and of Calgary, be asked, for, quotations on fifty of each of his No. 32-and No. 34 desks. i'The; report of Superintendent Hodg-j ROB reconinienOIrig "tlic opening of; three-class rooms in Westminster school and two in Central school and engaging three extra teachers %vas j A request Irom Hie Tlardleville Community Club for the use of tier school, formerly enjoyed and suspend-1 ed, was'rcferrcd.to the siiperiulendent! for recommendations. The.trustees went-into the nlans for j the four-roomed 'addition to Westniln-1 Kief.School with'jhe architect. Mr. It. M. Whlddington, who was present. s'-.of VrovSi's while 'duck Kyntlrig on-the-MlBsou'rrTiyer near.. of'Sal'ix killed t.-and-wqurided m.Qre'tharf BjfJO stant using- 200 shotgun The him 'The fight ray sKe't a't'a'lbhe crbwahd wound- ed it. bfrd cried for help and soon. went to. ils aid. Baltimore'Coal'Eictarige :repoi'ts to in that cily without coal. l- NORRIS WILL GET THE .SUPPORT 1SrINXh'KO', Nov. W. nibij- eon, the new leader of tho Manitoba farmers' parllamnntary group, is quat- c-d by the Winnipeg Tribune as having Rfatcd In ii leleiihone Interview that he anil I'romier Nprrla had "agreed to: wcrl( al least one year." The farmers' of: ifi. nienibcrs and the 21 outright supporters of -Mr, Ts'prris give the administration the working majority-In the house, hud the arrangement, said Mr. Itobson, re- moved -any ncrx'sslty for the reslgna> lion of Ilia government or tlio (Mssolu- tlon of the, legislature at any early dale. The Pnlacc thcalro nt Bellovllie, was destroyed by fire, ihe damage amount- ing to about' PHONE 625 Regular SPCCiAL HINDU IMBIBED TOO MUCH STRONG STUFF in the. suit ".Nick Bowman vs. -Par- the a coal miner of Lelh- bridge; is'snlnE.Wa lawful irife for the sum of parlies' were niar- ficd at 5ol6tyenu} in Galicia, Austrp- on ahout. 'January 15th. 1910; The pjainiiiT with his wife. had J..R. Norton appeared police court this (Wo3ne ng on the charge, as alleged, of utter- liig, and was nianded for eight days. In the same court Jin Singh, a Hindu i wlip came into the city from erd tasted unwlEely of the 'strong was wllh'costs, for h.eirig; intoxlcate'd .-.in1 pl.ace, >a: him, who was also fined'ttne.-rllke' amount vfor ..the. same offencer' v FORECAST SUCCESS FRENCH LOAN PARIS, Nov. reports from the progress of-the French loan, which closes soon, caused the ministry of finance "today to forecast that the .loan would a success-. In years resided Iri .paTment.- working NEXT- POSTAL CONGRESS MADRID, Nov." was chosen today .as the scene-of the nex posta union, and delegate's .will gather then, Thetriew po'slal rate was fixed. minimum cents ant a maximum-pf and.any coun try. wasi given-permisBion to defin.e a rate between-these The goli franc'was adopted as :the basis fo .which- linie t "to'this d'efeDdanVjas 'liis.'wifej'for safe I' keeping ai'dj'pVo'teplioii.for to7 wbictt. j .tne'rplaihtiff away in-Ontario.' speWiig' .-he: i not i iThe name Chief'Moun- tain was chosen for this company, because it stands for everything1 that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain 'Sland for tho same tlilrce, anil Hie Company tliat.ruHiiufaclures these products .stands hack of their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. LETHBRIDQE, PHONE 1029 ly WISHING for'; a bigger salary will 'never get it for you. A Course at our Night School Is what you need lo-improve, your education and Increase your earning capacity. Courses in all business'subjects.. Class- es meet on JJonilay and Thurs- day evenings from .7.30 to H.30. Keep on reading Mr. Educator's talks. DON'T FORGET place whera.yoa can IpSt repaired by ,'lical shoemakers Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth "Street South Phone' 69J .3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre GOOD FOOD Well prepared -Nicely served Moderately priced Will this cafe a1 favorite with you, too. The Yale EIZ FIFTH STREET SOUTH ig full provision for liad. and doubt- il" debts, the bank report's u: profit ir tlie year cudcd October 30tb, of ver This is a remark- lie record. ,iud highly credltahel to lanagement ot this bank. In ad- Itioii lo tho 3 per cpnt quarterly diyi- eiids. for tlio hank has set iide an amount for a 2 per cent, onus. The Hank, of Montreal's statement vhicli appears in another column de- ervcs attention aa it shows in figures tie sound -condition, 'of this well nown financial institution LUXURIOUS DRUNK On Tuesday, ut Clarcsholm, Charles had a luxurious drunk, 'seeing bat it cost 111m'n fine of ?20 with :osts, at held there Andrew Lewis Donahue, were brought dqwr from tho village lor- flie( ?25 with costs and j told .'to'.j'gei to work and to glvp LaKeii. wide berth for the future _. ALTERATIONS AT MASONIC HAL1 iurr was fined costs for laving -IKiuo'r. in 'liis'-iiossession in. a public place. HOT FIGHT IN MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW, Nov. keen- est election contest In many, years is anticipated in this cjty as tho. fourth candidate made .his appearance .last night" when the: labor representation Ic-ague nominated W Gardiner Three members of tho present council, .Al- derman 0 Ross C H Boyd and R II.' Smith aro already in .the', field. Labor also contest -one': seat" on the council in eaclrof the wards and each of thti four .vacant" school1 trus- teeships." Although announcements haverbeei published for two days to the effec4 that tho Lyceum men would dtinco Wednesday night ia the-, Jla sonic lihll iio dance will take place It has been rfoniid ponp tile commencement series ot dances for a week or two The Reason for tho postpoiiomeiitj-.i! that work of enlarging the. haH'-wit commence shortly. According to .tin information given to the Herald-Uu_ .wo hack rooms and stage wHl.be.re from tho auditorium and i new dancing floor put dona on thai on be. made foi tlio orchestra. In the: Centre of-' room. It Is understood that the old-flopi will receive considerable attention biii It Is not considorcddikely that an en- tirely floor will1 be put down This will add approximately to tbe dancing space. FINED FOR NOT SENDING CHILDREN TO SCHOOL For failing to send their chlldroa to school, Jacob" Ludwick Plltt John Mogck, William Lehr, and Christian" residents Irvine district, were eaah fined there tho' sum of with costs Aiways.in good taste. Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS ANALYSTS ss ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadln Building 612 Third Avenue South CANADIAN ORDER FORESTERS WHIST DP DUNCE Next Thursday Evening, Nov. 25th IN THE K. OF P. HALL Good prizes. Good- Leys Wlaharf Will start at S.30 Good music, iloor, and a good, tinio is" assured. -Tickets can be.had.at'Wilson Bros, store, store, am} at the Alberta Picture Gallerj', Tickets 50c Xmas 1920 Your friends can buy anything you can give- your pho- tograph, WHERE to GO THURSDAY NIGHT WESLEY HALL, 8.15 P.M. CARVETH WELLiS NOtED BRITISH EXPLORER "SIX YEAR'S IN THE JUNGLE" Wonderful Pictures; Gorgeous Costumes; Two Hours of Chills and Laughter Popular 50c; Children 25c .THE SHOW THAT TIMES IN VANCOUVER Under the Auspices (if Ihe Boys' Department and tfia Sunday School MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY THE ALL! SON STUDIO ARE YOU 6W-Q OUR PAYROLL- We .are sending out money orders daily for cream received. Ship your cream.to us for the best price, prompt returns and CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An Supply Of ires ana i lines i. PRICES RANGING FROM UP .'.ALL SIZES Why to the expense o( buying new tires and .tubes when..you can. buy half the price. NOVV IS" YOU'R OPPORTUNITY- Vulcanizing Works "712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;