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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 19J3 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN C. F. f. CONYBEABE. K. C., Prcsldc.nl. J. M. A1TKKN, Esq. VIce-KrealJent. DIRECTORS: Jolm Esu, II. Church, Eaq. Dr. J. S. {Stewart, Ji.r.l1. W. S. Uall, Xsq, Dr. S. Calbralth. J. D. Hlslnbothaw. G. II. Miner. Esq., C. U. Esq., Ksq. Trust Companies Are organized to late tlie place of fndivldua1 iu tlie baudlltig ot estates of all kinds, and In place of PROBLEMATICAL good management In of individual service. Trust Company ter- vice guarantees careful and juauagcinent of funds, papere. aiid all matters to the of handling estates. You also have the Leneflt of the bueJotsa experience of" tho board ot directors In placo of InUivEduil business experience, vihlcli way lm N1U Therefore avail yourself of ibe services of tha The British Canadian Trust Company A Progressive Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policaet or other valuables in one of these boxes R, TV KITCHENER. IS Lord Harding, ill, is to Duke of Connaught Also Spoken of Hotnbay, There is con- siderable speculatiun iu Indian i> [Ti- dal circles as. to the date of Ihe Viceroy's resignation, and il would cause up surprise if it tame at any time within the nest lew momhs, for it Is cer'.aiu now thai will not complete tis term ol ofTu-e- Indeed, it bas heen stated, nut ofunallj'i that unless his health improves consider- ably he will resign in Fetiruan. There grfat possibitiiy of Lord Kitchener befog Loid Hardinge's sue- cessor.' Credence is giving to this by tho_jecent appointtiient o( Sir Heaurhanip DuR as ComtnauJer- jn-ChleE in 'India. J Kir JleauchAinp DuJT, w'as ChicI oi tafl to Lord Kitcliciit-r. Ijis AN ARISTOCRAT OF ENGLAND FARMING IN lleeuc Campbell tmsy churning on ber beautiful farm at. Sheffield Mills Station Kova Scotia. Canada li indeed a. land flowing with milk cud honey, and Its soli and climate may claim to rant the .best. Lady ilrenc Campbell it the daughter of the 13th Lord Huntingdon, ind her husband, who is a ccusln of the Duke cf Newcastle, was formerly-ill the Scots Guards; They bavo'alBo a place at Terbet, Argyllshire. Lady- lleerto" Is a "wonderful housekeeper an'l orgauizer. and an expert in all matters connected with the dairy and tlie farm yard. Schools of Province5 Must Be Kept Opeil. Throughout Entire Says Minister The Hon. John H. Boyle, of these reports'-they are checked up lister ol education, has glveir.oul My. O'Brien and his staff and let- THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED Since the ho am outrage at Delhi, Lord Ilardinge has left most ot his to the members ol his council, and autuuin to'jr, recommenced by going to aud announcing tt.e settlement of the dispute, was his first real as- sumptioa.of his Unties, although even then it .was partly social in chat- acter: -_ The difficulty of the position of j Viceroy Jiist. is .fully and in certain quarters "there is a -raosi placc. Lasl vearj in Deccmbcr, lor a strong and an attempt was made "on his life" at consistent, policy. j pelhi; but though 'he cscapctl Uralh Another name which has beers men- he was seriously injured, a'nd his tioned here in connection vilh the hpaJ.th has sultcrcd since.- Vice-regal succession is that ot Lord After bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy--cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Islington, while from borne the names of the' of Connaught ar.d Earl Grev have been suggested. will YOB Save If Save NOW? Though j-pur sslarypr Income viH no doubt Incresse, so will many find. thai'the U'tter more than pice vilh Nov Is (he time to start a.Resirve' Fund this Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Is Ins place to keep It. y Deposit Ihe extra you have "on hand open an Bcccunl with any sum, down to one draw Interest end. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING. M.inao A. B. KING, Actg Marias- following Ic-lervieiv with reapect to corjpuhory educaliou ill' this pro- vince: This province Is well supplied .with public schools; even the remote set- tlements are, under our Jaws, 'able; to organize a school dtetrlcL' as Gopg-as they have eight children of Ecrio'oi age The retiring Viceroy, ters'are written to parents of theldinge, is by training a children reported'warning thenVas successfully represented tbe .I.ortl Har- diplomatist, the'penaJUes provided by the act and mother country at tbls'lB.followed up within a month by'end jn' 190C, a letter'to asking for an SI... Petersburg, PREFER THE GAS Reglna Will Accept if Initsad of De- veloping Coal Fields Hegina, Dec. 1 .When the city commissioner's rtpoft on a cheap Calumet, MJch., Dec. j reigned in the., copper strlk-a "district- night and" this Strik- passing to the power scheme they will recoraraend other'report on. the children of the parehts so noticed. It is found that in .the letter of warning within a radius of 4Vi miles square, jl6 the regular at- CANADIAN H TAN ADI AN PACIFIC PACIFIC EXCURSIONiTO EASTERN CANADA .DAILY, DECEMBER 1 to 31, VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY 'First Class lloanil Trip Farea from LgTHBRIDOE to Return Limit and you'will find that set- tlement promptly all through the j mole' parts of the proviuco :ihe tie school house'Ms being-eret-tfcd. School.- attendance -is corapultory. All towns aud clUes in the province, are Tequlred to employ officers for the of the !acL" "Be'- sfdeB the "local ottlcDrB the prorlncels at llbertj; to aijpolni.truan't'bmccrs M'Uh provincial juriEdictloo: "V Oiir' Hchoot Inspeflora report ia being cnforcefl by local authorities (n. Ihe towns' and .'cities, and of. course if) we suoiild'Tind that any town community Is lax In Its em forcement we vfould eierclsQ.the.ppv er conferred by' law to have a provin- cial truant officer enforce the act" ,ln j rural and village communities the de- partment of cducatEon undertakes the duties of compelling attendance school. All children helwsen'lliD ages f seven and fourteen are nttend school 'during the full" .-3 Stopovers Exit of Fort; WlNUrri Extenifop Privileges TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR, MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVUE, KINQS- TON ST. JOHN, MONCTON Corresponding fares from other points and to all In ON'TARIO QUBBKC and MAUITIJIE PROVINCES. V Kor booklet or Informntionanil full particulars apply to any agent of ths C'anartlnn Paoiflc Railwny.. VERY LOW FARES'untll DECEMBER 31st In connection with Trans- Atlantic ravages. Return limit five months. ALL STEAMSHIP LINES REPRESENTED t Excursions to Uniteid States 13AILY, ut to sut Klrsl Class Hound Trip rrnes frnm (o {Minneapoirs and St, Paul Chfcigo..... JS1 40 City tfMC 4 Rsliirn limit Three. CorreaponrllnB. fartj to other nolrils In [IbUNOIH, IOWA, JI1S30UHI, NKDIIASKA and WISCONSIN. Excursions to Los Angeles, Cal. Tickett on JANUARY 3, 4, and 6, 1914 i 3PECAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., JANUARY 6th t Alic. on Jjnmry 10, 11, 12, for ipecltl trjln from Spokane, Januiry 13. Return limit, April 30th, 1914. 9 RETURN FARE FROM LETHMIDOE "Golna.and Returning vlj Spokane polng via and Returning via Seattle Slops will mado at I'ortlorin, and San Francisco, Ssn Joie iianli Monte, Paso Roblen, Santa BarUm, and nedlands, 1-are on jolng .rip frnrn Spokane Include! berlli and mcnls on train or at hotel and a nura- -I.T ot EiglilBcoIng trips, litturn Is by regular service, meals and bertha pot Included. Excursions to Vancouver, Vic- toria, New Westminster, B.C RETURN FARE FROM JM.10 Tklteta on Sale December 11, 12. 13; January 16, 17. IS, 18- February 0, 11, 12.: Ileturn limit, Aprlj 30, 191f. LETHBRfOQE TICKET 512 R. DAW30N, DlUflct Ciliary, AltJ. tendance but If it is report of, Uib teacher the not had Uie dc- elred 'effect. th'eV'lhe school .inspector forf.the the necessary proccetSinga 'under the act to have the parents brought be- fore a. magistrate and fined, Oirr in- apecVqrs all Uie very fact that" u'pp; we are keeping-, a close. check ii__ iu.' 7 i Foreign' Office as Permanent Under-. adoption of the or Secretary. His ViccrpyaUy has in Georgesoii propositions for. natural course of its' three ytzis also gas in preference to Uevclcpinent of beea-dislinguiEhetl fay great' the Erevan coal fields for power pur- the restoration of Ren- POEBB, hecausD of. the high freight capital 1o KJU ,1111 Delhi, ers in Calumet 'were prevented froui parading by deputies who feared trou- ble, and no pa.Tades wdre held any- where in the district The of Miners' store in CalutraH was search- ed, and six'Inaded confiecaleiL. Timothy 'CmcoU, .-deputy BlieViff, gal unity 'and .the transference of the. charts, they consider-too costly forlshot yesterduy at So.iath" Range, occupy the (ore--SUCCOEB. I probaijly recover. in .the children' th'at are not at-1 tending school regularly and that Ve -.re. enforcing' the -Is having a, pi end Ed beneficial 'effect upon, the ichool 'Of course a grca't "deal pf. tact and good judgment 'la re- 'niiired on tbc'pa'rt of the chief truant o nicer, 1'It. however, as.important that scippls be kept open during the whole school year "as that the children at- tend, regularly schools that are open. Until the last season of the Ifigislc- ture w.e were not at liberty to cobpel term district to keep their' school open unless excused by -formore than 1GO days unless thera cause. EmpJovnient lea'Bt 20 children of school age In district. It la obvjous tliat it-is almost as important that a dis- trict wth'pnJv 9children bo open "the full year" as that ivith and tho law has been amend- ed nqty.so that, schools cannot bo cloBcd for a oortlon of the year tx- cept with tho consent of the depart- ment Tfce soteretiry-treasure'r cich district Is required to department at once If a action! Is clotfid and Uie depertineht raaket in- and find .out whethVr the I circumsUnces Juillfy the, of tho school or jioti. If, in the opinion I of the department, closing the tcbool j ia not juetlfied we see that it fs opened either by the local board or by an of- I flcial fnifitce appointed hV the depart-1 meni. I believe that under the amend-, ed act wo will'tfl able to increase not pnly-.the percentago-of altendrince.Rt the ficbcola tnat'nro opened, but'T-'tt! yery greatly Increase'-the. number., of teaching days that the schools of the province are open during VJhe year. children- during school, hours''Is. pro'-, ilblted hy ]aw.. Betng tome or in a private school U not (in oxcuae under our truancy act unlets a cerUHcale of a public sr.bool inspector be produced sliqwlng Hut the child IB receiving proper The laV.wai amended at J. the lait session of the legljiature" toVmalte it more workable, and I think-lhaYnoir' we haye'a very satisfactory Our organization for enforcement 'iir.lhft Tillage and rural communities follows: QHT chief, truant (pfllcer Js Mr. M. M. O'Brien, who has all riecessary afsisiance he requires for Iho purpose; all our achooI.inBpoclorfl are truant officers with provincial' j-.ir- isdictlon; ifr. O'Brien teacher to (uniiRh every.ihreo months truancy report with respect to his or her school, giving full 'ptTtfculars of all chllflren of school ago la the district, either have noi tending at all or have been .At- tending regularly, giving TeBs'pns where they arc hfjown by the teacher for any such failure of aitftndince and supplying the" names and itoat'of- fice addresses ot the parents, of ..the children In each case. Upon rectljt 4 v> TH .r By a majority of nearly, ali'lo one Walkorvlllo approved the proposal iid- variced by the Ontario Hydro-electric "power commission for a auripty. The Execiitior of Your Will The executor of ihould possoga arthorough fenow- ledge of banking, real estate, valuation of assets i'nrt hato an ex- perienced organization for lit nwhngMncnt. That Is.why a-trust company Is best filled to carry out the provisions of your' .NAME AS Votm The TRUSTS M Coh-ipirliy, Limited .Public Administrator and Official Acilinee for tht Judicial Dlttrict MtOARY, W 520 Eighth A. m yatt) 'Itill. JTAMP CAN AVHISKY 13 BEST --'i The trouble with Mmpjorted liquor is that the Government .of the export-, ing country doesn't care so long as is exported, the Government- of the importing country.cannot super- vise its manufacture. Royal Reserve Whisky is made and is matured for eight- years in "wood before bottling, under strict Government .supervision, as attesteoTby certificate on each bottle. ROYAL RESERVE IS SURE, PURE AND MATURE DEMAKI) THE BRAND ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA J ;