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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AUU TVB LOCAL BCY IT THE LETHBBIDGEf DAILY HERALD TO HUAUPB PAGE OP un LOCAL raws WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN trwtees CompdM To Loot IwlW Congestion In The City Schools Acquire Temporary Quarters On the North Side of Citr. INCREASE IN NIGHT SCHOOL ATTENDANCE Temporary tpeuurei were taken at the meeting truitcfli- of the publle'Schoolii held on Tuesday night, to relieve the preiont congestion In the tchooli >a tor ai It'related to North The Property Com- mittee was, to lease either Burginan'a Hall or the United Church ball for tbs'purpose of making an ex- tra cUsi room ajid fitting the room uft congestion. In tfia clan room, Referring to achooU Superintendent Hodgson, in hi? report, drew attention to the fact thit the enrolment for September ex ceedl that of :Beplemier 1SI9 by 1C6. Thle number is regarded' ordinarily, as lufficjent for five class rooms. Only tjro additional clan rooms have been wlille' the remaining number Of: those admitted have been accom- modated' in the classes In operation during the precedfDg term. This has congestion In the lower grades, particqiarly.lri Westminster and Gal- brailhr schooU, and congestion cannot be relieved without providing additional Accommodation Over-Tailed The attendaaciB record! for tho year 5910-20 nhow the enrolmont In the Public Schools lucre-used gradual IT froni 1606 IniSoptomner to 172S I' March; after which time It declined to i 16G3 in June. This Indicates that the enrolment at its hlghett point nay be eipeoted to "exceed the September enrolment by at least 100 pupils. The enrolment for Sspleuilier 1920 4? I excess of the' highest enrolment reach cxrdnrinr-the.'pMt school year, and if the attendance curve of last year re peats -Kiell- school nccomodatlon be seriously over-taxed when the maximum enrolment li j A Dlitlnetieri tor Dnrlni the season the' number in tttendaaca at the Night School W'M There Is today: an attendance of 113.. This Increase that the policy: ot-jhe Board1 Ip-offerinc tech; iilcal inatrnctlon Is ap'prMiated hy a Very 'considerable Dl- vector Tedhhlcit Education for the provtape advliei that Lethbrldre hat the iHttinctlpn of the firat 'point in tha In engineering.- There are 21 teMng this course, and this, number' shows that the course is meeting a long felt want. pjty Sehooii Bnpolmtnt 1 .T h o' e nrol ment f or September total- lei! 10 82 as against 1816 {or the same month last year, There were new agalnit 101 admitted in September The reciuert ol. 3 troop of 8t, Mary's Boy Scouts for nse of the Kymnaaium ol School on Fridays that of the C. 0. I. T. club of ttie. United Church for tip Tuaiday In month dur- ing ttia winter, .was favorably consid- ered by the" Board, and the, matter re- to the. Superintendent for the n'rraligeraent of time table anr? other dolclla.-- A group picturo of the in tbe- Th'ankHlTinj athletic com. petitions will bt and It will be framtjl an< placid. Ill ttejl IjV Bcoool. FerrolBEion to' use the auditorium of .School was granted the ?Jgnklnal.. Chapter of the I. 0. (or putting on entertainment. The nro'ceeds of the "entertainment will be u'rcil to. purchate vlctrolM for Hardle- .villa Sfhooli'v :V ;Th'a salary of Iress ol BUrdleTllle School, was 150 a iKonth to date from Sept. 1st. ,-ThoTepo'rt of the Offlcer showed 63 absentees daring Septem- ber. The wre infestlgatnl with tHe foHoViDg explanatfons. Sfcknesa 15; (rusncy 3; at'home by par- ents heTere 'weather 2; left city 1 People's Forum THE WHEAT SITUATION Editor Herald. glr; A msnr that It within tie people or govern- ment authority to provide meane by which'oar big and staple cbniaodltles, particularly our food necessities would lie lafegiiarded Improp- er.manipulation. Bnd 'speculative con trol, during the these commodities 'n ot dls trlbutlon. between their- respective source o( production' 'and It docs Idem reasonable that a com niodity such i as: breii basket of the Is brougli into, existence' al' such short notice, and which mint be distributed and WHISKEY PRICES TAKE A JUMP It it rumored on the street that, (olloying ihe verdict of the prohibition referendum, the prlcelof bootleggers' whin- key has gofie UP ?2 per bottle, and that the export houses' are raising the price of whls- pjr. vase. 4 IT marketed m euob. short time and in such large quantity volume, should during the i Intense of distribution, receive e.1 ,the h'snds of properly constituted authority such consideration as would prevent as far at possible, toe uncertainty and doubt that always accompany their produc. distribution. AVhat Is really needed In this con. riection is stability and that we may have .greater: production, Increased effort, economy and thrift, It does not really matter so much whether wheat bring two or three dol- lars per bushel, pforiillhgrithe price received by the- producer is all. that it Is worth, and providing the price of bread to the conepmer' is always the prevailing pi-Ice; of wheat to the grower! the legltlraata cost of manufacture, distribution and carrying alwayi considered. It Is quite .possible that If a mini- mum price sayr two dollars and In the District Court the Interplead- er action o( SadowEfcl vs. MacDonald started Its hearing on Wednesday morning, and Is The ac- tion arises, out ol the case of Mac- Donald vs. Jacobus in which a quan- tity of goods and chattels' was seized for the satisfaction of six months' rent at per month.'owlng the plaintiff Among tho artlclcs'sclzed was a Kori piotp.r truck. William SadowskL a merchant tr the city, brings the action agalnfi K. MacDonald, also a merchant Ii tho city. He claims.that on March 6th a writ was Issued at cult claim ing goods and lands of Ralph Jacobu: which writ was directed to tho sherlf of the'Judicial district ot Lethhrids to levy the sum of ?207.85. out of th goods of Jacobus, the judgment debtor On March 12th, It Is tin levied 'lipon and took a certali Ford motor truck. The truck or the proceeds thereof is, atill held by the sheriff under Subsequent to the levy and seizure-of tho truck being disputed by: the plaintiff, tho sherIB gave notice of motion for an inter pleader order, and .an issue was direct ed to be tried between the plaintiff Sadowskl, execution creditor, and th defendant, D. B, MacDonald. The plaintiff claims that the Fori raum price sayr two flouara ana moior llmk was" sl the time it wa fifty cents per been named seized the property ot (he Judgmen by the government'for the 1920 wheat! debtor, eligible, under th crop, and the .Wheat Board to function execution. He further claims' an orde at thla the price .of. Wheat would not have fallen to the point of government price' of flour should-at iny rate nlwayi be based upon the prevailing of Germs Bad and Good (By Brlce Btlden, M.D.) For. practical purposes wu may llvlde effects of tho poisons (tox- na) thrown off by germs In the course llerahers of Toe board of trustees of the Letbbrldge Northern. Irrigation y'plfled the wlon bacillus sveei possSblo with the cjueallon which emanates from tbo large fa- j ol "getting rid of their bonds. (t Is the intestinal functions they are patiently waiting word from L. C. Charleaworth, OFF'ICIAL COUNT NEXT WEDNESDAY L, Ballot boxes are being. TO- ctlred by George Rice, retaro- Ing officer, each day, from re- mote polling booth! In the Lethbridge but no details have been tant him as to the votes contained therein. The Bfflclal count of the ballots will be made next Wednesday. 'iVETSIETAT veil-known pessimists are simply peo- have been deeply poisoned in hls.wa'r.-. The 'dyspeplio crank Is fre- ijuently an example of Irritative stlm- ilatIon this sorty, of the results of is I ho Btatd of tho nervous system kuown as neurasthenia. On the Intellectual side of llfo one sees curifius results of autointoxication ot our fic- tion! literature; which has been pro- rtiicol largely by physical decadents whose speak tor them. H IB only their microbes talking when we come to a depressing paragraph or cynicism.' iVEnoughtof the depressing tosins. What; of .those that elite? Typhoid fever patients are some- at to. when, a Kith last week and 'It was then thought It would be held on Monday or Tuee- day of (his weeX but. now It Is not expected to take place until early next 1U wbs at th nUke he ru-tee, of me truoiees are aesiroua ol Much In First getting busy ;on raising raopejr. They Intend to ask the provincial government for; .assistance on Ibo strength ot the "hiajorl'y obtained at the election Ust Thursday. BARBERS .RESIAIN OPEN HALF HOLIDAY Still the Wednesday half-holiday 'Annaal Convention To Be Heir THere !n Meet Premier Meighen A meeting of the provtnda! eon nurd ot war veterans, at which Proil .ten'. Longworth of the local G. W. V. A. was present, was hclJ la Cslgarj on Snuday to tor the holding of the provincial convention at Medicine on December 15th, 16th, 17th and Jlth. Tbo reception of the bo left In the hands of Captain Medicine Hat. .On the 16th the ueeu) of the .provincial command .hcldi cced. LethbrMge is entitled to thrtt i Matters of conslderib'.s wero discussed at the Calgary Beef shipping has started qarjlcr Ins, and many Important resolution! this year than last fall, -said' C. D. wore referred to the- Medlctae Hat Mackintosh, superintendent of the C. convention. H was decided to pre P. II, southern Alberta morning. Mutton has been going to Burns at Calgary and to Chicago. Shipments have been, made trbio's: stimulated In the early stages, question Is proving a troublesoma af- by large and small breeders 'gener-' which accounts, for the surprise of .fair for tho retail, merchants In Leth- ally. ui. mi, my [uimi wmrquiima in thalr-friends when they are slrl-'ten. I bridge. For a-we'ek or two after thel peculiar Imlion Is quite session 6f-strife It looked as if' s are bcttsr thlg. fall'for pass eertnely Bilk the most striking example of a with all stores cl6sing Wcdnesdaw at- toxin making for cheer and optimism Iternoons, but today heralds another dh'd hectic vigor Is that of the bacillus break. of tuberculoalE, which very often pro-1 Tho barbers nre remaining open on sent to Premier Mclghen on his visit to Calgary, a number of questions lattng to the returned men, which he, will be asked to reply to from public platform.' The resignation of W. first vice-president of the 6. WooSa provincial. ducea a general psychic and physical cicltatlon; v -Nervous' people who are glve'n to the WedneBday afternoons. The journey- men are falling In line with the mas- ter barbers. The Herald understands that this verdict Is not unanimous Discussing the quality of cattle, Mr acceptance of the position of supe Mackintosh said they arc in first Undent ol the Soldiers' Settlomeni cltsa shape. (Board In Saskatoon.; la-ing -th'e wrong emphasis on events .-of dally lite frequently owe among the raa'ster barbers, but .when failure to 'adjust properly to one or two are determined to remain un -abnormal and- habitual sensitiz- ution by bacterial toxins of one sort or another. '.-An .outstanding: type Is the mental wwker who docs not fake sufficient fortlryihlmBslf and con- opnn for business the- rest must fol- low along. respbrids sounds, to eights, ho man belnga. abnormally to and to other It Is absolutely unreasonable to ex- pect that the great wheat crqp can be absorbed at a price, in tte interests Of both producer and: consumer, .in tho shorUperttkl usually taken for this purpose, without some measure of con- trol