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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta KRIDAV, DECFMBEH THE LETJJBKIDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE NINE AS A PROTEST CHAIRMAN MAT- THEWS RESIGNED NEW CHAIRMAN 16 M.P.P. Macleod, reinstate- ment of Miss Ctundry, had re- cently received notice .of dismissal from.the teaching BlaH of the I'uh- lie school, tho resignation ot H- from .the. chairmanship of the'school board, the'appointment of Mr. Hofcert 1'atteiioh, a.l'.l'.f to the decision .to have A public investigation, on Fri- day afternoon, factors ol an were. tte interesting inte'aulf interesting Related to.. Half .'of; England's Peerage.-- He.: Cairn Canada Worked Paris. Dec. Alfonso of I'ftlu Is great Inter cat Jn What ho reporters write atout.hji visit ere. While walking this "icorulng "ilh two of Ills" slalf ho balled with corres- who had accompanied the arty, and In oue case himself 'revia- da reporler'a despatch, correcting nje email Queen Vh-loria spent this .inoiiilug 11 Hie department stores, toaXIng-'pur- hases for Christmas. jl of. the scboo! board that JjoM in the touii ball hero lastnkht- session v was one ol tbe stormies! that has 'ever ijwa held, and it is fcard to tell- just what the outcome of it all will be, inasmuch as the trouble arose cut ol the dismissal o! j Jliss Guudrv which was ejected ty Jlr.-Mathews, tbfr chairman, on the strength of information by VrL-cipaV P. V. SutUm. Di, Unice started the ball nolliiig by asking lor an explanation of the i circumstances surrounding the dis- missal ot Miss (Sundry, who, be 1 ought to be given a hfar- I ing. Mr. MacKenzIe thought that it -.vas tiie principal's prerogative to clismbs leathers, v.'ho in his opinion were not capable, hut Messrs. Hall ami Patterson" did not seem to be i iviSHng to agree with such a tthing led to "another, however, .and at last Mr. MaUiews announced i tint under tbe circumstances he did r.ot. care to'continue longer as chair.- man of the Hoard, The other mem- fcers present protested strongly against such an action the part of .Mr. Matrices, but tf.e latter stat- i eJ that 'he ivas going to resign any- M'ay at the end of the year, but that j tlie'new condition of affairs had hast- j cned his decision. Mr. Slathers re- mair.ed-nrin, whereupon Messrs. Pat- i icrson nnd .Hall moved a vote o! appreciation'to" the retiring chairman i1' .who had held -the post lion lot ".-years' with credit both to and Board.. Tbe motion was carried unanimously, arid her va. then passed authorizing sending Jo. Miss Gunflry qf a letter infor-i ing that he'r dismissal had beci Mr. Patterson was here eleclei Jxictlon.' liec. .Hyde, Eon and lielr o( tbe Karl cMjltareuiion, who emigrated to Cauada with wito and (amity eighteen months ago is ou brief visit to Eugland. "J do not think I am lo said Hie maa wfco'Is by birlliror marriage to haU the peer ago, and ivho eajcj'ed tto iuthnato rleudsbip of King Edward and Queen Alexandra. learned since 1 jrent to Can ada the meaning of Lhe ten-hdur-day and stneo you" ask tan I did lend a liand in at Pick and one or1 two other Etruc lures." Lady 'Hyde, who Js helping her hus- jaud in his venture, apparently shares .ord Hyde's ]lfejns for work, "During UIG jirat jny did much ol the hpusewrV sM.d Lord Hyde, "i have learned to Or I v. a team, among'other Lhfngg, dtirlnj my stay in Canada. have ou team horses out ihore now, as wel as nino head-of cattle and rldln: horsea. I am to CaJiada the Xerr Ye i order io place th farm on a payirjg DasJs. long shall remain there will depend en clr cumslances. "1 went to-lire In Canada'princ pally, on account.of .my son's lieaUl but llr. George's methods an outcome for my departure from England., _. "Canada ia witii tiiaire loas while my know ledge of It is confined largely to parts of Ontario arid'Urltish.Columbia, (here la no about the': vast tracts awaiting settlement. The Sfarcity of 1 tlieTwest dralna off the ricjc of the 'help', Is trill a proljlem to bo and tlie representa- tliairmcn brthe-Doard for the certfiln, real estate agents, re- of "the year, and'it was 'Ending ady Hyde, a yrtlty, cbBrmivtElx ressed woman, tiiid two chU4reu-T- LO Hon. George Hyde Villlera and ie Hon. Jean Hyde VilHers.: i" KING ALFONSO INTERESTED1 T. INNISFAIL FARMER KILLED K. Vree- land. a fariuer In Iha'Uttle lied IJeor district, seven of nifct wltU a accident last nlglit. Ha was re- turning uotnb wltii a lead ot J umber 'afed. ivhen desceaJiug a bilinear Buffalo creeki tbe team Bbled, throw- Ing'. Vreeland off die load. Hft was found by Mr. White lock, who brought jilm Into town and. had bltn attended to Dr. Turner. It was found tbat bis back >ifi broken and that there' vras.nb for his life.. Tho irotor- lunate man- was unconscious wjien found and remairied 90 until about 6 o'clock I moral up. about il., lie bachelor, comlup from The remains will be homo for burial. .agreed to hold a.public, investigation into the affairs on Friday afternoon. IV t. David liurke, n; jnan of Montreal; is'dead, Vged 63. I value ot vest sibly caused a.temporary set-back. Of the "can doubU'- -L-ord Hyde was accompanied by Families Buying Sunkist- Oranges by the Box or Half-Box Enjoy the rich, delicious meat and sweet, tangy juice of ruddy, .thin-skinned, oranges. Have this golden fruit for breakfast, dessert and between meals." Cleanest of 'all touched by bare hands. ;AH the pickers and packers of ?'-Suhkist" oranges and lemons wcat clean, white cotton gloves. "Sunkist" oranges 'tie the fin- in the world.-: 'Not in "Sunkat" Buy them by the box or half-box. That ig cheaper than buy- ing by the dozen. TKey'keep for weeks. Ask (or "Sunliist" lemons so full of juica they go farther than other lemons. Try "Sun- kist" or cold. Lemons add flavor to fish, meats and salads. Rogers Silver Wrappers Cut the trademarks frora "SunWst" orange and lemonwrappers and send WeofferZ7dif- ferent'p'remiums; ail Rogers Standard Guiran- tced Silverware. Exclusive design. For this orange snood send Orange or and 12 ccuts'.: Ball" orange and lemon wrapper.cqcnt Eanje aa "Sunkist." -In Temitting, send amounts 20 cents or over by Postal Note, Fost_OSce or Eipress.Money O'rder. Buy Lfrriotn Your Dealer'. Seed yoar naipe.and full.address for free premiatn ctieei and Premium Ciob Flan. airordep.foc piemiam's and all inquiries 'Califontia Fnii GrWert SATURDAY bringSNtp a close Uthbridge's tioosier Kitch, en Cabinet Club. is the last to buy the Famous Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet on the CJlub Terms of Cash. Balance per week. Cabinet Delivered Immediately on Payment of 1.00 The Hardware Go. 618 3rd Avenue Southj Lethbridge Alta. V fful I rrtti in tiiis fioosier Cabinet the owner las put 110 disiies, 41 other irticJes. A She saws mib of THE SIMPSON CO., Limited A STORE FULL of SEASONABLE NOVELTIES for Christmas ten days before Vf ;Xmas to do all your gift Buying. You should Kurry and see the pretty, seasonable, appropriate gift Ihihgs this store has pro- vided for Xmas Shoppers. Useful''things that .the re- ceiver will appreciate. Comfortable Auto Hoods for'Xmas Gifts Auto Cips and hoods, from Silk .Velvets..plush, Sealetlo aad.Teddy Bear CloUl, trimmed becominglf contrasting .cilcre.- Tliese are new .lines Just placed in stick. Pncesjr.cack, ijil.OO Silk Scarves and Wrapt Make Acceptable Gifts All manner o( for.- you'r chooEiqg, in.plata'CWITon, Knitted Sllkt, Dresden SllfeB in every pretty shade, in frcfn" down to Fancy Gift Linens GENUINE HAND EMBROID. ERED CENTRES; TRAVS, RUN- NERS AND.DUYLfES. 'FROM POWN TO soc. HAND MADE CLUNV DOY. IE3, CENTRES AND RUNNERS -HOC DOWN TO 30c. LINEN DOYLtES AND CEN- TRES, from Inch up to 24 Pricvt 11.60 down to Gifts for Gentlemen Ladies' Neckwear NEW- SILK HOLE-PROOF' 35c. and 25'c. LINED MOCHA KNITTED NECK' SCARVES ?2.5C down to'.75c. to 25S PERCALE.VrEPHYR. SHIRTS' 11.50 -down ta 7Sc. -t'. CUFF Mm la 25C- LINEN -HAMOKERCHiEFS, IN- A PLEASING CHRISTMAS A clean fresh stock ot rrtrr- IhIng that's newest in COU LARS, FANCYJABOTS, BOWS, AND LACE Preltr.coniblaatioQi. of wlort and eitremeiy tjsh fl.ZS, t.J.00, Tie and Pretty Silks for Evening The YOUTH Ladiet Choice of _ 35'lncli; rich-'pure Silk Pallettss. A'titlt that'' will aatjafactory wear, lip at- tractlvo nftern'oon'or evening gowns.. The Bhadei. are shy, Saic blue, brown, nar.v, Nell rose, purole and Price per 95c 'A Choice Range of Dainty Lace and :Unen Handkerchiefs 'VENICE LACE EDGE on IJnen Centres Prices from down to, each. EMBROIDERED CORNERS on Itaen, neat fine patterns.'Mc, 35o and EMBROIDERED i' Ifti- 2sey and "T Htmiitltchedlriih Linen Initialed A Verj' fine 'Quality sat up 3 to a boi 'OjJc -Per box, 75c. or each .v. C3C SILK HAIR NETS, 10 for. VESTS AND gcn DRAWERS, .ach C3C SILK i'ntf RIB- SONS, if r.pfi'.for v DOOiKIN FANCY LAWN HAND-' 6 for SOc 3 pair for White Under Make Xmas GifU "v--'..; A Stock Jtatt to for Tnwfc CORtET COVEHS NIGHT MMl 75C and 35c LITTLE Lawn Trim- 1 v' DO YOW CHRISTMAS BUYINGiAT THIS STORE FROM THE MOST COMPLETE DRY? GOODS .STOCK IN THE CITY _ 602-604 Fourth Avenue CO., Limited Toronto, (State. Hetmaa ol Win- vlN died in Jao- irary J, 1812, fifed (or pro-j bate in ihe court. is MJd.witnin the .proTince olP OnUtlqV Ntehiicrs ol the (amlly In utstS ranging :lfi: 'imbjnls itoni p <0 a life. Intfreat In JIO.OOO 'ind the use-ol tlie' -houses his mother. Tnt sum D! Hi.CWJ is ItYt to'cliar- ity, many institutions In -Winnipeg beaeiitttng'. The rfsldut, of Ine es- tate, wnountlng to aWut is lelt to hi_s son, C. A. M. Miller, at Canibriflge university, Kag' ianil. EGOS NOT FKESH: FtNtO Uerlin, Ont., Dec. Weir IQ the' poHco court.this raonfaiB' fined Koch, a for. having- KM. pick for pnca last Saturday.'.'.' CoVcrnor, C'lifi of llw M laid tiie coaipiainL ;