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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA THE LETHBK1DGW DAILY WEDNESDAY, SEPiKMBh'lt 15, 1920 ACeOMMODATiON IN SCHOOLS MAYSOONNEEDTOBEINCREASED! Every Room in Schools mcM coomilllee llm a Used-May Move Couritand 'be boys- Street School PREPARING FOR NIGHT If the 'attendance should In- create further it will mean the providing of Increased in the city schools: The schools art filled to capacity According t0 the report of superintendent, subraitted'at Hie ai ing ot the public school hoard Tuesday night, the public and b schools, of the city an basement iit Haniieville school. This recommendation acted upon aad ihe class room was opened Thursday.' September under the temporary direction of .MEss -MacManora. Theiv arc now 2S enrolled in the primary j roiui, 3i iu toe iutenuediale and oil in the senior ruyra. It is evident' numbers that permanent rirm if ion must bo uiado for a third; class in Hardtoville school Night Classes As the season (or nisht classes is: approaching, is being tak-j eu iu liLind, with a view of starting 1 classes early in October. Mr. f i Hodgsou, ihe. recoru- i 'fa 1 mended, that the following classes be t ent ..f.-rtpp.t- nl crinn -n.H the PRESTOENT BEATTY TO VISIT LETHBRIDGE President E. W. Beatty of the Canadian Pacific leav- ing Montreal at the end of the week for a tour of the Canadian West. He will visit telhbridge In the course of his inspection bul the date of his visit has not been announced.. CENTRAL SCHOOL Kindergarten, Miss Ashlon Primary. Mrs. MacKeozie Grade I. Miss Beers (irade I. Miss Buchanan Urad'e II. Miss Bdee Grade H. Miss Koblson Orade H. Mrs. Grade III. illss Trenho'lme'" (irade IV. Miss Deacon business. Buglis-h and correspond- jence; (2) Knglish aud civtes for the j, (3) Chinese classes; (4) .Miiiiug classes; (5) Motor tut- chutes. i In rcgard to the mining classes the! superintendent, Mr. Hodgson, pro-j J1 i poses to get in (ouch with Mr. Living-j sloue: superintendent ot the Gait' mines, GOING TO WINNIPEG .C. C. K. Nourse. of Leth- brjdge. appointed manager the Bank of Commerce Winnipeg. Kerised Schedules itve Issued by I Workmen's Compensation Board X'ew regulations under the electrical protection act arc- about to be put in- to effect the province. to the :t t providing for the better protection ot workers In the electrical Industries were passed Lit the last legislature, and these have now been embodied in LI ne-.v schedule to be issued presently liy the Work- men's Compensation board. The amended regulations so ir.to cf- feet October 15. and will be annomic- eJ In the next Issue ot the Alberta L Among the points hy the rep-lalions will bo tlic construction of, electrical machinery so us to en- sure ti maximum decree of safety. be required to protect electrical machinery m such a way to minimize the danger of acci- ileiils, anil workmen will bo required themselves cer- or tho 'regulations in U'lrticntar, j and to comply with tiic rile.- to be I-iiti down. oiilfira Coali Total I Ce- '''or supply, of lump coal to! "i3; Westminster, Fleetwood i I and Hardieville schools at 56.50 a ton, j I was accepted, and that of the Federal i for the supply of stove coal to' Central. High school nnd Kindergar- (ten at 54.25 a ton. GA.LBRAITH SCHOOL Kiuilergarlen. Miss Squires (Inulc T.'Miss Matfon Uradc II. Miss 'Sradc 111. Miss Maine Urn-It IV. Miss Kcrr Cra.Jo V, Uviugstone..... (Jnstlc VI. Miss Ballantviie Cratic VJI. Miss Birch' Grade Vlu. Jiiss Total........... HAROIEVILLE SCHOOL' 1'nmary. M.IFS MacMunarr, Cracle I......... drude tirade III. Mrs. IV........... .Crailp V. Grade VI. Grade Vlil. Mr. ,ong Drawn Out Suit in District; Check To Be i .Produced M! 11' The defendant bowed lo the judge and denied that he was lylug. This _, was In reply to the remark of His j The works and property committee Honor that he believed that he was -------.__- ere instructed to report at the r.exi !.Ivins wilh rflgard to a which was the subject matter in the! Willie of Hie name -of proceedings before Judge Jackson Orossu was given si the District Court, on fuesdav, In Ihe hard nti matter of an Interpleader. bndso by Justice- of Peace Robert- i son, at Eellevu.e, for being a vsgrant The Issue In question was the long without visible means of sustenance, drawn out suit of Guerin vs. Schwartz n lranSpirBd thal the -had and Schwartz vs. Gucnn, .which has a wandering character for the been beforo the vcrlnns courts for, ]ast A M vears hiclinalion .Tola! FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Grade I. Miss gang Grade I. Miss Currie........... firade n. .MJSS Grade 11. Miss Jepson 5 Grade Mi 3 Jackson trade Jackson Ij! Grade A Mi 11 ist i Crido M Miss Heist Grade Ml Mlss i Grade in Mr rrondou- meetius c- feasibility of moving 14 I the old Courlland Street school to the 1' j Central school grounds or to Hardie- vllle. Miss Marian McLean was offered 0 tiie post of primary teacher ot Har- dievilie, at a salary of J1U50, to com- mence duties on Oct. 1 or earlier, if necessary. This is to relieve Jiiss MLU'Mtinara, who has taken the posi- tion temporarily. Finance The finance, statement showed 12 eipcnded to August 31, 1920. Balance in the bank. 55023.13. Esti-' 111 i mate for September mak- in? a debtor balance for September of Koquired this month Estimates for the year were Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. some time, and formed part oi ihej Chinese Laundry Mark Aided in the Discovery of (he Miscreant Constable Hidsin, ot tie Vramer1 de- tachment. A. P. 1'., Jxas thO'Iaci'lty of SherlocV Holme's.'" This' enabled him to detect and conrlct an ual lor the theft 61 a hst and a parcel of clothin; from the ;bathroom In a pool.room.'. i On Sunday, September' 4th, Heudy Holstrum of Warner, proprietor of ths) pool room, reported .that a parcel of 1 clean clothes from the laundry aud a I hat had .been stolen from the bath i room and In place nt the hat an old i one had been left, lie .was nuable to give a description of those who used the bath on the day in question. The t hat was size 7, with the initials H. H. perforated In the inside leather band. With.this clue the constable started to run down tiie thief. Constable Hidson made it his busi- ness to visit the various threshing out- fits In tho district, inquiring if any one of the name of Harry or Henry was employed. In the course ot these inquiries he came across a man nam- ed Flyim who said that he had a man working for him named Harry Hill, and, in further reply, said that he was wearing a khaki shirt. The con- slablo ascertained that the man in question was in Warner on Sept. 4th. and he started to patrol the district In a hired car. a man who on being asked gave-his', and do name as Harry Hill. Questioned as to where he got his be replied that he had bought It in Vancouver. Eiamining the inside ot the shirt, the constable, who had a search warrant with him, found that it. bore tho laua- mam Issue. H was an Interpleader; convicted for the same offence action instituted by Joseph II. December 3rd last urn! had been sen- president o( the farmers and Merch-1 to four months' imprisonment. to work.. He had been previously I dry mark of ihe'Chinaman who dirl the washing for Holstrum. Hill was arrested, and appearing before Justice 20 29 29 .-'is Total WESTMINSTER SCHOOL .Kindergarten Miss lacison Primari Miss Jack on rade I Mis Huhon -t Orade II Flinn 45 Grade til Jhss Hamilton ji Crade IV Miis Sulherianrt H5 Grade Miss Ken- Orade M .__ C adc II Batemnn Qnde 308 i Age of Admission Will Be Low- ered From'21 fo IS, Under New Rules Mr. llruce.......... Grade Vlll. Tolal (IIGH SCHOOL" Cr de Mi Grade XI. Crude X. Gmde Grade IX IN" .-Junior, Senior Commercial 31 Tolal ENROLMENT Central School F'leetn'ood school 'Westminster school Oalbraith school .JIardieville school......... High choo] s 0 while tlic average enrolment1'00" ttie designed toi room 'or the eliools Is 3S It discontent and discord and lota! All Class Rooms in Use It 111 he noted Ihit with one excep lion tne enrolmei I In each room ex- cedes 0 per vrill he observed ihit ail of the class rooms in the 1-ethbridEC schools arc now in use and that the average en- 'rolntent indicates that each room Is filled Mmoat to: capacity. Ait .exceptional number entered .Ila'rdieville school in (Ira'de I. and the junior class room became badly con- .geKtcd as thy enrolment rose to 12. it was- imperative lo lake steals to relitne tills congestion and a recom- tiiciidatiou .was made to the chairman the chairman of the I Lowering the barrier .which 1 existed- for so -jnany1; years. ;j Knights ot Pythias admission of members between ages of IS and 21. 'a man had to .be of age before ho could become a knight. t Since the order .was founded, mem- bership .has been restricted to white male persons not less than 21 years of age and under except that per- sons over might be accepted as members by rtiKpensnUon. The Knights of Pythias In common with other fraternal organizations are nor unmindful of tbe obligations tho duties of the hour Impose. It pro- poses to perform Its full share In (he great work of reconstruction and that civilization may speedily recover from the shock to ,J .which it TT53 subjected and that the. blessings of peace, F.oftt-ned by senti- ments of fraternal love may' nnd i permanent abiding place in the j 1 hearts of men. And in this endeavor i It has invited boys and men of 18 yeara and over to enlist under tho' tricnlored banner of Pythian Knight-1 hood in tbe movement designed toi ants' Bank, -Sweet Grass, Montana, against Joseph Schwartz, of Milk Itiv- er. The claim of the plaintiff was that on the 4th o[ August, 1915, be instruct- ed IX H. Elton, who was then acting as solicitor for Schwartz, to include with a claim, on which he was about to enter a suit for Schwartz against one Lran Beery, a certain promissory L .note.for which he then delivered 'to him. The said note, it was stated, was signed in his presence by Joe Schwartz as guarantor for Deery, the original mater thereof; the said Deery upon his introduction to the bank by Schwartz, bad been granted a loan of iu cash as consideration for such note, and at no loan or any part thereof, or any In- terest thereon, been repaid to'the bank by either Beerv or Schwartz or by anyone. The amount of the said loan, it was alleged, was included with" oth- er claims of Schwartz against .Deery in an action brought. Judgment .-in such action was recovered by; Sch- warti against Deery for an amount including that owing to the bank by Deery. .The said note, it is claimed, endorsed or: delivered by tbe said bank-, to Schwartz, .nothing was ever paid thereon >y Schwartz, nor .was any thing ever-received by. the bank from either Ueery amount''of such not a has' still'is claimed by..the bank-as a.'debt owing to-it. Schwartz-affirmed that he ha'd paid the amount In question, part in'cash and part; by a cheque for The case was adjourned for the proifuc- tion of the.clieqitg. A. B. Hog's ap- peared 'for the plaintiff, and .1. N Ritchie for the defendant. Renfrew town 'council has decided to heat witb electricity the new fire hall, which will contain line apartments for the chief. living Get rid of that Morning Grouch Yo" "headachy" and irritable because your liver is out of one or-two Chamberlain Tablets TviUrouse. the liver, cleanse and sweeten the'stomach and tone up the whole digestive system. You'll get up tomorrow jraorning with the feeling that you are going to enjoy your 'fast'and do a real day's work. 2Se at all dealers or iji mail from Chamberlain Medicine Co., Toronto ot Peace Grady at Warner on the 12th, was fined ?5 and costs and or- dered to leave the district within 24 i hours. Magistrate took a lenient j ,view of. the case in fSat the accused was a young man of 20 years. I TABLETS make the world brighter and happier. FIRMS AND INDIVIDUALS PAY INCOME TAX WASHINGTON, Sept. lhan firias and individuals are paying income taxes this year, ac- cording to figures made public to uishl by the bureau of Infernal revenue. These figures also reveal that practi- cally taxpayers have alre.idy paid their Income taxes In full. me minister was tell- v ing Ma about a land of I milk and when I butted in and asked him if they had POST TOASTIES there Howser Elton 9i; Hennard Fox 78: .Tack Wcller 94; John Talbot SO: (trie Clayton {14; Percy. Clayton-SI; K.-nest Vines 72; Frank Johnson 70; Calvin Fairbanks 7fi: Royce Peacock 75- Joe Uowker SO; Joe Morris S3. These boys successfully passed tiie j test for a bailee and will ba awarded samn In the unanfiilurc. Thoy were tested by IIr. I'etley in an oral question re swi-inmiug. hreath- ing. seeing under water and swim- ininj; length of pool, 42 ft; 70% being: the pass mark. Today a new class! will be formed of those not complet-! ing the course. It is possible that. Bwimming Instruction will be given' by the Y staff lo the boys of. each school in tho city who arc to1 swim, for a monlh. I DIDN'T GET MONEY' ONLY I'OKKK CHH'S A'n in.-: iuii ui was up bp-fure his Honor Judge, Jftckson for decision, on Tuesday nflcrnoon, In tho rase of 1-csMtd vs. Chapman. The plnlnliff, A. .1. swell for lhc return of said by him to have hron receiv- fvi from him by Chapman. Tho latter denied that ho had recei'feil Ihe mon- ey in the event of hitvinK hail lhc same claimed that it was the purpose of gamins or wagering, aryl Iherefore tht> claim was null and volil. In the evidence it wns given out that instead of the defendant receiv- ing the ninnny ho hail received the vaVie of the fame In nnlinr chips. Ills Honor dismissed Ihe action. J. C, llemlry af.pca'rerl for the plain- UK, and D, H. Elvrs nt ihe defendant-. NOTICE School Opons Tlis ontii His First Shave The first shave marta the threshold of Manhood. Proud days, these! Many a. student entering high school, university within 5he next week or tyo, will iyilh that most certainly Gillette razor right in Stropping and honing-and it is right in attested by u Fathers will spare iheir sons the "casualties" of the early shaves, and beslow.the gift of comfortable shaving for life, by advising tho investment of in a Gillette Safety Razor now. Any dealer wilt gladly in the chokt of a Qilldle set, MADE CANADA ;