The School board Tuesday night iecided to spend $504 for relief maps for the high school and the ward schools. There was considerable discussion over the matter but the wily-tongued agent prevailed and worked the matter through with three of the board in opposition. It is said that the superintendant suggested that the schools could get along with part of the maps, but nearly complete sets were purchased. This matter has created a wider división on the board than any matter that has been before it for some time. The agent agreed to defer payment for a year and the question has arisen if the board can legally spend the revenues of next year.