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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRinOIK DAIO" HER A Ml SALVATION ARMY SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY iULLS HEAD SCHOOL BOARD FACES LIST I OF SERIOUS CHARGES Medicine Aug. inter. tstihg -'phase .''has -.developed in the Hulli Head schoQl district The school board is.threatening to eeize P. -Muir- head's school taxes and he. Is applying for an' injunction re- strain! ni them'. He charges that Chairman Nichols and Trustees Mill- er, and Olseo.wlth not having proper- ly called or advertised the meeting for the formation of the school dis- trict; and: Chairman' Nichols Is not i nsidrnt of the proposed district, ind was not. proposed and .seconded In', a Vegular. manner. The ''poll not allowed to, re- main open during the period required by the said-ordinance..and the votes were not" recorded In compliance He also charges that the defend- ants built and furnished a school- house, erected outbuildings, etc., with- out being lawfully empowered to do in It is ..further charged, that'the de- fendants. Nichols, Miller, Olsen and K. Klund did unlawfully conspire and act in concert with the avowed in- 'eention'of monopolizing and absolute controlling-for their, own personal: the school district Defendants threaten to proceed 1 a sale of the chattels of the plain- The meetings held' in connection with the Sunday school 'anniversary has been a Hiiccess. both spiritually and financially. .The series of meet- ings commence at. 7. a.m.. on Sunday morning with a prayer meeting; and at. 11 a.m. Ensign Andrews and Capt. Hearse conducted the holiness meet- j ing. Every person was greatly blcss- i ed by the powerful address -from the HIble by Ensign, one brother consecrated his life afreali to iho service of God. In the afternoon the i teachers, and children took the plat- i form, find a good program consisting of. songs, duets, solos and recitations was rendered by the children.. Ensign Andrews and Sisters ..Mrs. Fred Wil- son and Mrs. Koaalne also went to conduct a service to the -prisoners' at tho jail In afternoon, and the night meeting conducted by Mrs. alack, the young people's leader, and teachers; special songs given -by the children, a solo iby. Sister Wisg, anil at th-3 close of the meeting two com-. rados gave their hearts to God. On -Monday night the children add teach- again had charge of the meeting. A special, program .was given and there was -a good congregation at the metting. Great credit due to Band- matter Galiioiore in the training of the children in the singing; a word of praise is also due to air the teach- 5 Sunday 'HUNOERER COMMENDS 1 OEM BOTHA'S REPUDIATION London, Aljg- London its( leading editorial commends GeBeral Rotha, premier of his lepudiation of the astounding story advanced that South Africa "would be free to declare neutral 'when the mother counto' and> the other dominions engaged in hoatjlities Tho Times''atate-a that the real interest. In flie repndla'tlon lies In the fact tliat-it had its'-'origin behind all legal sophistries wherein wete enwrapped the -same- lingering hostility toward British connection which hampers Immigration Than General Botha, article coscludes, few men are better qualified, on articles that the mmn had b-en constitnte the establishment of a pat On the contrjrj the ev- riotic conception of national imperial amlmtlon showed quite conclusively defence 'hat it was a caae of suicide The iron attached to the. body had evi- Mr.Roden Klngaralll. a well known dently been tkere bv journalist, writing the Toronto'-: saye DISTRICT NEWS KINNOia'OAUl Kln'nondalc, Aug. dry firm-' In In this dlitrlct tbli year. The abundance of rmln (or done no him to delay haying operations, which however are of secondary Importance on K- count of the abundance of oats In sight. Some hurt started breaking Kiln anil tuImmense area will be ready (or crop neib year, A. Johnson commenced cutting barley but'the wb.ent.wlll not be ready for the binder eicept'ln a few casea, (or two weeki or more. Those who have been about the country uy that nowhere have .they.seen.a more uni- formly good stand-of oats'ahd spring wheat than Is to be. seen a- radius ot r Mr. and Robt: Mcjlanua (1-17- 19) are lejolclng ovei the arrival of a gun and heir which will In years be able to dine hu recently purchased team of The Colnun camn on the ditch Raaemead, having', the Mjatta Bertha and Maud Paul have .rge of the fcobmng department for the pabi fom months came home on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrj.i J. A. Tlbbeti made a returning tpdaj'; The road toithelcoil mine and Bow city has been K eatlj by, grading and filling The york it under the charge of John Ward over- seer, and will ,be .continued. toJ.the new feirj IB In migration some two east ot Bow Ctt> MessrJ and Pajl mint to Brooks recently in connection with the debenluies of (he Midway school district. C Rumor-has iUUlat-ijatore..will-aoon opened in the First Chance dis trlct and application hev made tor ft poat office r i .Mr. E. S.- Colewell.ma.de a.trlpttp Nanton for a binder and Uine Vri Colwell's brother la staying her on the farm '-.here. SUNDIAL HAPPENING! ers for their, work school. Ensign Andrew's Captain Hearse extend a hearty irelr.ome (or everybody, rich ud poor, to the meet- HARRY DAWSON, Secy. Ings. DOUBT ABOUT AUSTRALIA'S ATTITUDE Aug. .16.-rPreraier Fish- er, upon; lionu, expressed n desire controversy be closed. At the same- time he gave ut- terance to a very eigilific-ani.- senti- ment. "I do not want to mention he" "nevertheless, we can conceive but one nation with Britain might be at war- In sncli an eventuality there -need -toe no mistake of .the attitude ,which this government would assume." London, Augv The Pall Mall states that'll is pretty obvious that had not the opinions. which .weio attributed to Premier Fisher in Stead's interview been entirely repudiated by him, his relations with the Australian democracy today-would b'e of a char- acter which it would >be fantastically considerate to deucribe as strained. Consequently, the- Premier has grasp- ed every opportunity Ihe inter- view to shreds, to satisfaction of his Australian, His fore- cast oE the decision ;of the Common- wealth parliament in the eventuality of familiar: with 'the. Australian mind could expect war was aa'' confident as any Miss Ina Ingrain returned to her home in Lethbridge after pending a few tiays ;it the :hftme of her C. E. Ingram. Mr. B. Crlnion spent- a few days in Mr. G. L. Cmchet made a trip to Letb bridge, last Mrs. J. Dunn of Mri. B. G, on MJS. K. Thursdaj A ItliM Grace Cutler and Ruzner attended the doings at view on Mrs. J. M.-Willfami.and Misi.AHce called at Erigrens ..on Saturday, Mr. C. E. Ingram is on the list. We hope he will aoon Mrs." A. J. Davla called on Mm Williams Thursday. Mrs G L Cachet called on Mri H. Shaw on Saturday. Mrs.. .1- C. Gourlle and Miss A. An- derson called on Knutson and'OUpn's on Friday Mr. Thomas Knutaon is -spendjnf a few days at his home Mr. Louis Larson purchased a team from Mr. ,1. C. Gourlie of Bowvilli i-Tc miint intend to.farm. We wish him success The next thing he neei1 is i cook Ir.Geo. Ingram ia ftw days with friends in.Lethbridge. Mrs. Ole Lundgaard called .on' )H: grain's Friday, Services were well attended on Sun day and will be conducted on August 27th. Mrs. J. Dunn expecta to leave for her home in Osakio, Minn., OQ-Wodr nesday and on her waA homt will visit her aiater at North? cote. Minn. .MYSTERY 18 STILL UNSOLVED Hegina Aug Ifi mvstery of Last Mountain Lake Is still unsolved. The unknown man who discov- ered floating on the waters of the lake and his Menf-ity is still unknown. After a thorough examination .it was decid-ad that the theories of foul play which have been givsn publicity were quite unfounded. On the body were no marks of violence or any Indica- man himself to Insure his end the deep waters of the lake. .Afraid to the fur of indigestion, spoil the enjoyment of your meals It needn't Just tike won't know you itomich. They will your food is properly digested.; They are among the best of the NA-DRU-CO prepcrations, compounded by expert diemists and giiarinteed by.the largest wholesale J- in Canada. If your drumiit hai not 1 them yet, send us 50c. and-we will you a box. DRUB im pressed with its remarkable growth A criticism was offered regjmliilg :.he laying-of cemenl walks in Gait Paiu The new Fair biiildingi.camo. In i'jr a largo share of praise. Tho Crow's-Nest and Noitljein dj bids are In and work is expected to start by Sept. 1 This road v ill lo the Crown Codl Coiie Co" mines aboul twelve snilcs from .Crop's Nest station. These mlnca are owntlii by a Spokane syndicate HANDS OVER OF MILLIONS :TO, HEIRS Aui Van- nortwick, one of the larselt ,-manu- faclur-ars of papel, has 'turned property worth ii to his helrt and quits business. Two doctors wild had been struck the roll were restored to standing ,upon .payment of the costs of their investigations. They .were Dr..W. R. Cook and.. Dr. C. JC-Par- sons. The latter was expelled thirteen yoais ago Another petition of tail nature refused. BRYAN TO ENTER.MINISTRY? Uentralla I Buan, it, is reported, is soon to en- the nunlstrj and ghe up politics He H scheduled to deliver a, Hirmon neit from of the Southern Methodist Episcopal Cburch at Salem, 111., near, here, church services are dia- pensrd with In other parts 'of _that city and all will unite in at the Methodist church The subject of Mr Bryan's aernioa Till ho 'Old Time a'nd, it it is said will be a..criticism of the con- ditions of modern worship prevailing in many churchos. Diarrhoea, Summer Complaint, _ Colic, Plains or Cramps in the Stomach, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum and all Looseness of the B6wela DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY It bus a reputation of anil nciM tails to flther at cure. Do not imposed on by anj umcmpiilou, dealer who wishw to the .o-o.lled Compound, for "Dr Jowleri a. tli.M no-repiila'lion iiibetutitei be to your health St Ud With lumimr Gmptuiil Nutd Hood. Mr.. 'Brant, Dweroato, Ont "My little fcoy, H "Id took the Sumliicr Complaint and got so b.d >i to I told would b< good for It bat to no avail until al I trwd Dr Fowler'a Extnot ol Wild Strawberry, 1 -lad tiwy I only him a few of it btf i.M uo-wul., blood Tin II on'.v by TBB T. MILBUBM CO., Limited TOlbitTO, OlfT, PKICE 3B CENTS PHYSICAL CENSUS DOCTORS ASK FOR Would Compare Health of Children In Urban and Rural Districts Toronto, Aug. the Ontarld 51edic.il Council an unsuccessful: ef- fort was made by several members-to remove tho obstacle that has proved a barrier to many ambitious students bent on the practice of medicino, name- y, tlie matter of fees. Dr. Ryan mado, iv motion, seconded by Dr. Spa'nkle, jailing for the reduction of :tho pres- ent fee of SlOO.to <7B.' It was-held that the council was not a money-mak- ing affair, and should-not charge the students so much. There was i lengthy and heateil debate on the proposal, which was lost by a close vote 1 With very little discussion fol- lowing resolution, -moved) Dr. Spankie, passed unanimously: 'That this council, in the interests of, school children, 'respectfully. re- commend to the minister'of education the taking a phjsical census ot the school children, with a of comparing the health and, phj- sical condition of children in rural districts and, in the meantime'., turther respectfully recommend the training asjln Britain, of students in Mesers. Shovcr Pear-1Oiif model schools and son and ZlogenfuldeT, .Troy, Ifaciiltios of education in sucti a kmnv- spont th ewceltend at the Cion en .ledge ot school hjgiene as will enable joying the excellent fishing in the them to Iecognize common defects and lake, and atreirns nearbj Ml Peal 'IHensm of ohlldrer.' ,u T A clause was addeo expressing tne son la interested In the Mama Frum that th6 not Jet Ing Co., who own a tiact of land enDugh ultn the benefits of v.ear Lcthbridge In Lonvtitation.wijh medical Innpection to the Herald conobpondmit he stated inilKe such a qatiafactorj that an average lield of J5 bushels to ;