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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NSW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERAUTS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL SEWS 6, 1920 LETHRHIDGE. A1BERTA. PAGE SEVEN _________j Night Classes In TTie City Schools Provide Wide Course Of Instruction In presenting to the citizens ot months with the courses It has a week: lessons night e courbti iv uas sos in Westminster and thV Principal 3. A, Dav dspn. wpl teach Trainins schools, the" school English and to .tifcse iwbo board is endeavoring to perform a ser-i were forced to leave at-. will and long- he reraernbereil early period. The sfenogrAiihy Sonic of the night classes opened oa bookkeeping course is eipected to at- Monday and others will open noil tract PI troans shorthand wil Monday. These classes coTer as much; be taught by Mr.. Wade copmercla as possible tho basic Industries of this matter of. the high school, who will also in charge of the pthcr bran- J POJ district. Jn offering a course on sMtlonary engineering the school Aboard IE filling a long fell want, stated Superintendent .'-.From this course can fee'. obtained. and third c'.css certificates. This couKo.vlll open next Monday in the .manual traiuinB nulldiiiK and will last sis mouths, with two nights a week. cues of the course. ,A Chinese class is also being or- ganized and present 'indications are that It will be well attended. This class will take up' English under Miss McNab. English' for" is BOARD OF TRADE LUNCH Ot) THURSDAY After a lung rest the board of trsde will commence its noon lunches at iho Commer- rial cafe on Thursday. No par- tlcular program has beea ar- ranged but' President ,O. Maraoeh stated this thai, a lot of general will be'brought up for sideratioa of the The- lu.ich will take place at 12.30 o'clock noon and every mem- beY is urged to bo present. Camnaign Committee Drive For Funds During Trafalgar Week another course that should be well re- fcelved" by" sonic' of; brlige. This course is particularly de- signed for .those have not a very Rood command of the English lang- Thls course irac. outlined by Mr.: uagc jjiss uatemau will be the in; Nat. Marshall, builer Inspector and beius taken by-Mr. J. Watson, chief! [u tnc case of the course for slat- engineer house.. In- lonary engineers half of the course dicstlons are that.Ibis course will re-l V1U consist ot lectures at the diftcrcnt cei-o a largo, .enroll- power plants in the city. The city's rncnt. There are house will be largely used for plants in and and. course will oEe-r, man. employ eil' I here- i in an opportunity lo'o'arn promotion-! Second io importance is the mining: course '.Tliis course..xill offer certi- ficates for fire mine man- agers at present. Mr.' Donaldson IK tho teacher in school board eipects miners will lake advantage of this course lo fit themselves for bet- ter work. As can be realized from tlie fact that for mine manag- ers'-are to be stvosi the course'will be'blghlytechnical und'Wlll be thor- ough in that particular case." mechanics will he taught by Fr6d CctUim, af. trie garage. As In tiic othcr'two cases this will be Into City Coffers IN PRICE A' meeting of the Navy League In the city was held in the Mayor's ot- on.'-Tuesday afternoon, to meet Caulain Harper, organizer for the Lea iu Alberta.' He explained the ob- jects, of the; League, statins that the fund will bel allocated as follows: (1) Care of widows orphans 'of 'mer- chant seamen killed during Ihe war, (2) Educational propaganda to instil j Die need .and necessity of Canadian ships and men for Canada, (3) Upkeep of Sailors' Institutes. The price of the delivery of coal has been raised .25 cents per ton by. the'cartage companies. The'-price delivered now will one tori lump two tons one ton two tons nut 25 NAMES ADDED TO LIST Kleven names have been add- ed lo the'voters' lists for the prohtbillon referendum 'at the court of revision held in the court house. This makes a totsl of K un fo noon on V.'ed- fl. c- BREAD AM) PUR PRICES COME DOWN IN THE (M IS ON Ai WEEK Canvas Commences Tonight And Parents Are Asked To Assist the Volunteers (ComLiunlcated) Tonight commences the survey o! the boy life of Lotbbrldge between A long discussion took place as toltbe ages of 10 and 21. This Is the the raising of funds, and a Tag Dayi inception o! tile effort now oa foot to was favored-by those present. (reach every noy in Ixithbridge and The central committee jlhrougli cooperation of'all the organ was appointed: Rev. Gore narrow; I Izallons interested in our boys to John Dow, R. V. Gibbons, r S tames, C. P. P. Conybcare, B. Wilson, W A. n. Cool. H. W. Meech.lto tia him up to church and Sunday Mavor-Hardie R. J. Dinning, Mrs. [school. Tho ultimate aim being to WILL ADVERTISE FOR JJEW ORGANIST Taxes .to the were paid into the 'city, treasury during tho inontK of September, at tlie end of which the nine per cent, discount per- iod, expired, With this sum the amount ofHaxes paid since Janup.ry'l is renresenting 05.TS per cent. oE .the taxes due., In Ite same period last -year the film of .was in, repreVeitllng" '02.S3.' of taxes make him a Christian Canadian clll zen. The home, the school and the church being the factors wo want lo work through. The day of catering to the privileged.few boys swho cat pay a Y.M.C.A- membership is ove as far as Sir. Petley, the boys' work of Wesley "Church, last "evening, to 25tb. The of the Y.M.C.A., is concern -esighation of Hughes as deavored to be raised 'throughout "e to a. Dominiou is 5700.00.The portion for I mumty man, and every boy will be the province is I30.00D, and for to anothtr. bridge f j.CHAUTAUQUA AT rCOALDALE THIS WEEK The .city urjllce, proved Ehtniselves "guardian "aulseln" to .loe Bass in saving biin from probably being re- leased of rieil ia.hin. jtjaus. together-with two bottles of beav. lie was picked up in iutoxii'ation, and, on jiesday iimrnlEgi-apnearGil hefovo Maoys will bo looked after by Jhe "Y" ntirely with the object of leading them iack to the church. Tbis 'membership fee will be col-' ected by the representatives appoint- ed.by each church and can be paid as stated or by the month or year. Can- vassers will bo able to give all infor- mation about the idea of scheme. Parents, we want to help you make your boy the best possible and wor- thy of you. the highest moral chara.c- ter.and life of'the One who was once a boy' Himself. So give us all tho en- couragement and help you can. MANAGER OF THE the front door. A copy ot the Mats ot polls 85 and SO (east of Fifth .Street aud north ot Xluth Avenue post- ed in tho reading-room ot the Public Library. Lists ot those who''registered 'in. polls 82, SS, and on" tlio EO'ath sido are'posted in the Court House. On the north siile the list Is posted in tho Miners'. Hall and on the build- ing on Thirteenth St., opposilo'the old" King's Hotel, known at one time as the Monarch'Theatre. .A Snn fVansico man is opposed tp marriage. He tried It. The first day hfs wife presented him bills latal- llns Tho next day sho accused hiin ot stealing her ring and ed to him The third day lie came home to find the doors" locked and a sign him to "Beat it." He a divorce court. A DELIGHTFUL DRINK :-Here's a cool, like- able drink for child or adult, ft's a beverage that'you camwitb "Hiimiy'anir'eiijoyn'ienl serve at vybur table-or to 'your guests. it at your favorite fountain .today. VA: A FULL LltVE. OF. SOFT FLAVORS VELVET ICE CREAM AND WATER ICE .The two delicious hot water.delicacies. Offer- ed; for the first time this year.. In all-flavors and made from rich, pure materials. ,DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF TKE CITY FRUIT NEWS PHONE 1766 Italian Prunes, in regiilar sisse cases, A A', and in good condition. Per case. dJ We do not boast of these cases being larger than others because all prune cases are the same size; under the .same, pro- cess. So don't be deceived by. anyone you that'th'eirs are worth more because the cases are larger. Red Plums, four baskets to a case, in_extra good condition. While per case Pears, Flemish Beauty, a little on the green side. Per case Apples, domestic pack, a little on the small side, but in perfect condition. Per case........................'.. Mclntosh Apples, dpmestic pack, and in splendid condition. Per case.. Van Houten's Chocolate Six for___........'......... S2.75 25c FREE DELIVERY LIMITED LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1929 SUPINA SON 230 13TH ST. NORTH Shall the Importa- tlcrT or bringing of 11 fl Inloxlcatlr.B liquors III I Ihto the Province be Ilu forbidden? Shall the Imports- tion or bringing) pf Intoxicating liquor) Into the Province ba. forbidden? m x Ifiscrtcd by Social Sorrico league.' ICE CREAM THE NATIONAL FOOD is more Ire cream consumed in America thnn in any nlher continent on larth. Maybo that is why Ihe people of America are tho healthiest and hardiest nation of tho world be- cause ico cream Is tlio healthiest food you can taXe into, your it contains more nutritive Clements than the system demands and in more gcn> croua prcporttona, Tt Is tbs National Food bocauie tt IE tho food of all classes. It graces the banquet table, it la tho dessert for the rich as well as. the worklngman. !t is tho relish ot tha children whether sorted ia tho home, at the soda fountain or in lha penny cone. The And Purest Ice Cream Made la Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Leiffidge School District No. 51 hi Oa Classes have been organized and will commence work on MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4TH, in the following subjects: AT THE MANUAL TRAINING AND ENGLISH; SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AND BOOKKEEPING; MOTOR MECHANICS; CHINESE CLASSES. AT WESTMINSTER PIT AND FIRE BOSS; ENGLISH FOR BEGINNERS. Further enrolment will be made at either of. the schools every MONDAY and THURSDAY evenings at 7.30. The Trustees wish lo nnnounco that classes will lie orRahtzed" and commence work on Monday, October lltb. in the Manunl Train' Ing building, for. candidates .wislilnp lo lako Hie cxarninaUon for Ktcara Engineer, or any person Interested In these classes. (Sgd.) J. t. HODGSON, Superintendent of ;