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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY, OCTOmW 15, THE LETHBRIDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE-FIFTEEX UNITED STATES COLLEGES TAKE STEPS TO PRODUCE MISTRIAL is Receiving More At-jof tue ureiei institute, Pki'adeipbia :_ c........ _rr formerly commissioner of the Advisory of Six Hundred and Twenty Col- leges in Scheme. XKW YORK, Oct. A course iu "" to provide a sufficient number ot properly trained eJceeutlvea for the Industries of the United-Slates'ij. to' ho established in a-majority- of the 020 American .col- leges, according to an announcement matte to the Associated Press here lo- Dr. Holiis Godfrey, presidaiit couinils'sibn of tho council ot uational defense. The ulaa, an outgrowth of a conven- tion .attended by representatives of in- dustrv and colleges iu .Philadelphia lasl March, is Jacked by corporations repieseuting. a-capltallialloii of OliO.OOO.OOO.'- -It is'the'.result-, Dr.' God- frey s-Id, of tlie'so two factora coming to a definite ffbrkiiis agreement for the .first time: through the .establish- ment ot the council of education, an..organization Ipraied "to study; in; order. .Defendant SHERIFF'S SALE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, TO WIT: By virtue of a Writ ot Execution issued but of the Supreme Court AlicrUi it the suit of CAMPBELL, WILSON ''AND _ HENRY SHIELS, doing business as the NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY and the NORTH LETH- BRIDGE BAKERY and HENRY SHIELS, "arid to'mo'directed" against the Goods and Chattels of HENRY SHIELS and th4 NORTH LETHBRIDGE -.BAKERY" I tilled arid taken into Execution the following.; Goods and Chattels, namely: Complete Confectionery and Bakery Business Locat- ed Thirteenth St North, Lethbridge _l Oven, all equipment and stock for Bakery; also .complete-equipment (or Confectionery Business, including .SODA FOUNTAIN, CASH REGISTER, STOCK, FITTINGS, FIXTURES, Stock'Sheets may be seen at the office of the undersigned in trie Court .House, Lethbridge. Sale'to be made en bioc, at a percentage on the dollar, and settle- ment to be made'from the Stock Sheets as presented. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE TUESDAY THE 19th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1920 AT 404 THIRTEENTH ST. NORTH, LETHBRIDGE At the Hour of 2.30 in the Afternoon Sheriffs Office, Oci 1920 t MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District of Lethbridge. lhat tho colleges may render the great- eat possible service to Dr. Godfrey, chairman of tho ueiv -assisted by Dr. Samuel P. Capon, general director of the Am- rlcau council on education, represent-, iK the C20 colleges, and Dr. Frederick of Hamilton ed- ge, are perfecting tho plan whicu! onteniplatos establishing practical in the schools, assisting un- ergraduates aud others to choose heir life's work, by placing several housaud sludenis aud teachers in in- y during tho sujaujer months nd IT. introducing extension courses or laja now. in industry. By ;the uiunijr worts, students will be enabled o defay their expenses at college, ob- ain an insight into American industry nd :ehable the- executives to select ulure .nifahagehieiit1 nieu. The 'council'of management eduea- ion; has ueeu formed, It was -clearing- house for and educational matters u to promote the mutual the :.ittulual prob ems of Industry-and, the .'college and ty keep perpetual inventory! of the edu catiousU needs of industry, and of Ihe ability. oMUe colleges to'meet theso has opened temporary offices n tke Dreiel Building, riillartel nhla, until .heado.uarters are furnish ed in Washington. Annually An annual appropriation of entirely borne by American industry has been made to carry on its work which has been divided into twi classes: Flrat, to detentlne the field of .service which each college cau cover, and, second, to provide the co: lege with all industrial data whic' may bo' utilized in forming under graduate courses for men conleinplaf ing entering industry and in read iug the management men already: i industry through extension courses. 'All- of the .courses and schoU'-sti recommendations, it was said, will be I pr.ssed upon jointly by the of! management education and the Am-j erican council of education before be-; ing forwarded to tho institutions o! learning. Within one year, it is esli' mated, 100 colleges will the extension industrial courses and all will lie provided wllh the Industrial upon which to base, under- graduate work. 'Tho .council, according to Dr. frey, is the only war .organization which has carried operations .into "THE LANDLUBBERS U. S. KEATS KECOKU IN COFFEE DRINKING SEW coffee was drunk la tiio United States during the year ending Jnuo tke'n in-auy previous year on record, according to figures received by the National Coffee Roasters' association from the llureau of.Foreign and Domestic merce of the- Department of Com- merce. The period covered coincides with the first year of prohibition. The tola! coffee consuuiptlon in con- tinental United States tor this period was pounds aud the per capita I'onsumptiou li.7 pounds. This la a total increase of pounds and a per capita increase of pounds over Iho preceding twelve .months. On a basis of forty'cups to the pound the association 'estimates this increase at sixteen billion cups of cotfea. The association calls attention to the (act-that a report'ot decreased coffee .consumption during 1919. an- nounced a few days ago ill otic of. the printed reports of the Department'of Commerce, referred to the fiscal year ending June, 30. 1S19. This 1919 re- port, says the statement, has no bear- ing upon present consumption or erit conditions, except as basis of comparison. At an auction sale In Virginia a set of harness which cost fourteen years ago brought in St'. Louis Post Despatch. time'of peace. N'early all of the edu- Colonel B. A'.'Franklin, vice president eaten back of the movement served iu til's .council-, of .national defense. When the armistice." was signed theso men 'decider] thai' educational knowledge gained during the war at an expenditure of millions of dollars should not be lost.: Accordingly, plans were set .In'motion to turn this in' formation over to Industry. A survey of the needs of industry was made, indertlie auspices; of the technology cluhs associated of the Massachusetts institute of technology. In the most extensive industrial sur- vey ever of 250 of he largest corporations in America agreed that'increased production, de- creased BtaTilllty and increwed in- centive were tho most, important needs: The convention in E'hiladel- phia last spring met to discuss these KI-MDIDS drr toagae, Witt Tieliy or QUICK RELIEF! Price, 25-5O-75X ALJO IN TABLET FCSM x k MAKERS OF SCOTT'Si EMULSION Straltmore Paper Co.; (Public TJtill-1 ties) il.-B. dlreAor, H. Ij.Doherty company; (Shoes and Leather) Fred B iliice. president, iiice Hutchins; (Mining) J. Parko Chan- nlng, mining, engineer; (Machinery nnd Metals) Frederick H. Paj-ne, flreenflald Tap and Die company; (Kuhher) Dr. R. S. Qulnby, sen'ice manager. Hood Rubber company; (Cotton K. Milliken, pre- sident, Mt. Hope Finishing company; (Textiles) Albert Bigelow) Ludlow Manufacturing Associates. The. educational group Includes, be- sides Dr. Godrroy. and Dr. Capen, Dr. Frank Graves, Dean ot the School of. Education, University of Pennsyl- vania; Dr. Charles Tilden, Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Yale Uni- lieeds. It was agreed by both college p verslty; Dr. David Tennant, Professor presidents and executives of Biology, Bryn Jlawr College; Dr. :a's Industries that the needs or iii- Professor of Mathematics, be met only through pro-' Harerford College; C. U Bvanson, pert.-bducatloli and plans were made j Professor of Engineering Administra- tor the' formation of the Drexel Institute and J. ?.Pear- council of management educatlou. 1 son, Professor of Production Engineer- 'Merhbers of Council of in on-the coun- cil those on the'exe ciiiive cdniitfiitlee. aro Ihe railroads, public utilises, oil, mining rubber, leathei; and shoes paper, ma chinery and" me'tals and cotton ilnisli ing' TIie'executivelmembcrs of tue coun- cil appointed to'represent their Indus trial gronr are as follow a (Railroads) i Oibbs cnief mechanical engin eer, rennsylvatitt railroad (Paper) i fSii, ing, Dre-Tel Institute. The American council on education has appointed the following committee as a permanent body to co-operate with the-councilj'of management edu Dr. Capen, chairman: Dr Charles R. Mann, chairman.of tho ad risory hoard educational training p the general ata.ff, war department- Frederick IA Bishop, Dean Engineer ing School, University of Pittsburgh President .municipa University of Akron; Uaymont Hughes, President Miami University. STETSOM every-day experience "shows that only fine, sound Quality can insure you lasting Style. Your Stetson stays fresh and trim all season long. It may cost .you a' little more, but you get the advantage of Stetson resources, Stetson standards and the unrivalled Stetson expert ence in making fine hats. j OHN B; STBTSOrl COMPANY 'HiliaddphU THAELL'S UNI OADING SALE O 11 111VJ 1 The Most Stupendous Frice-Cutting Event in the History of the Men's Clothirig and Furnishings Business in Lethbridge Just stop: and think what this nwans to you, to Buy your fall and winter, wearing apparel at prices not to be e elsewhere and iri'riidst cases away below today's wholesale costs. We Are Overstocked We Must Unload Come Saturday Expecting Bigger and Better Bargains YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED MENS SUITS THE STYLES CORRECT THE QUALITIES THE BEST THE PRICES UNBEATABLE Reg. Suit OVERCOATS .Hero is where ;we .can show you real values. Reg. Coat. AA Sale PANTS For a work hero is p. winner, grey moleskin that will wash, and yon cun linrdly wear them out. Rcgi 4 A 58.00 pair. Salo STANFIELD'S HEAVY RIBBED UNDERWEAR Two-pieco and combinations: Regular HEAVY TWEED RAINCOATS You can't tieat those (or nil, routjd wear. Keg. Coat. GAUNTLET fMITTS Ulaek dogskin, horse-hide fafco. A 'great wenrer. Hcgular pair. FLANNEL SHIRTS A great wear and will not 7 shrink. Keg. t O ft Coal. frOO A A Salo V.. SMOKING JACKETS All neiv goods, pat-lerns. Ileg. Suit. SWEATERS We havo tlio hest range .we liavo ever shown. Look them over. Regular Salo Tlc-gular nn Sale Regular f-fi Salo IWB.-I4MO Suit, 510.00 Coat; fcOQ AA Heg; 5SS.OO CoaU t7ft Afl MEN'S WORK GLOVES in all I'nc licst wcarins lor-.tli-frs. J1.75-- JA Kalo Regular CA Repi lor AA Sale Kcsular A JA Sftlo V." coflt.. SGO.OO Still, ftft Sale 60.00 Coat. ft ft Salo tflQ AA Sale Keg. Suit. Salo ...tpJi.UU ALL LEATHER COATS for street wear or driving, full bolt, and an. extra1 nlco Quality stock. Cfrent value at" tho regular price of MEN'S LEATHER VESTS good "Artne" mode garment that every man who works outside wants. Regular prieo Oft Sale.., -WORK PANTS Tho brat value yet in heavy all-wool worX pants. Regular SS.OO suit. Kaii n A A Salo VALUES IN MEN'S UNDERWEAR An all wool fiat knit, uh- glirlnknlile union suit. Ilegidar 47.GO Etiit. AA Snlo MACKINAW COATS Men's all wool heavy wnrin Mackinaw Coats. We have tho and 51. Brand, In tho more tailored coat for street wear and also the toiiraWr Brand for all-round service. You cannot afford to pass these iip. -Heg. Coat; C 1C ftft cjalo ,i IMITATION FUR, GAUNTLET MITT Rubber Interlined in back: with imilcaktn faco. iteguliir. pair. Qft Hals