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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE' LETHHIUDC.E DAILY I1HHAI.D THURSDAY, DI'XKMliKH II, DANCE at COALDALE FRIDAY NIGHT, DEC. 15 IN THE HAYGROWERS' HALL RED CROSS SALE of SORTS TO BE HELD AT flic Standard Furniture Co.'s Old Stand Fourth Avenue South THURSDAY, DEC 21st, 1916 AFTERNOON AND EVENING THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE ATTRACTIONS: XMAS TREE, FORTUNE TELLING, AFTERNOON TEA, ETC. in the Evening1. THE PUBLIC ARE EARNESTLY ASKED TO HELP THIS GOOD CAUSE. Enrolment Now 1750 Boiird'j Exceeds by Interest Lethbridgo School Uoard held its 'hial session for' the year last nigh I, with all tht1 members, present, but II. MoKUIop, retiring trustee. A gen- nudu. of'routine 'business was The board showed some con- over the financial statement. The 'Stimates for the vein- were of living? Is Renting the high cost Or is he It's about Mayor llurdie the first citizen of the city. The Mayor is oil j a milkvdiet. Every morning; regular- ly the milkman stops atHhe city hall and, loaded down with six quarts of] lacteal fluid makes straight for thej chief magistrate's office. There he The expenditure will he about deposits the gallon ami it half of milk 149.68, so that the deficit is expected and departs. The mayor thereupon o .je abmit The deficit is due starts fi liMiour endurance 'test to o the greater amount of interest which determine whether his capacity is .ncl to hqnuifl during the year, and the equal to _the tusk. A Herald man increased salary list duo to (he pansion of the schools. The attendance at the schools is growing rapidly. The total enrolment lor the term has reached the 1-750 Hia highl'St ill tllU I'Hy's llIS- j lory. The attendance report for the mouth showed: i: t-v happened" in his office this morning j when he was starting on hisL all-day j 101C lilSS Knrolment for month attendance 1 Percentage........ Total enrolment for term Average daily attendance fen- term New pupils The application of of th lit IS ''Von just gotta keep drinking ail) the time." stud His Lordship. some job to punish u whole gallon a half in a day." j Figuring it out at cents a j quart, the Mayor said-it was beating; the high cost of, living seine what, j I'MIJ j six quarts cost 7f> cents. The Chicago! j diet squad got away nn 4'2 cents a liJlU i day, but then they weren't drinking! j milk which ranks'somewhere up with; 144.1! champagne as an expensive taste tnese days. s lady His "Worship figures that hev wil Taber Removal Sale On December we. will locate in our new store (Taber Stand.) In order to clear the stock we are offering' everything' in the store at BIG REDUCTIONS It is easier to move the cash than a lot of up-to-date clothing so we will s'ell all Clothing' at___.........25% Off. Gents' Furnishings at 20% OH. Shoes at Off. SALE STARTS DECEMBER 15 The Boston Clothiers I teachers of the staff to be placed on stay with the millr diet for a couple schedule J was received. The Indies I of weeks yet, hut it's a safe Uet he'll I thought that owing to the good crop! be off the milk before 'iiiid belter financial conditions in thej mas Day. west, aud the higher cost of living, the increase should be grunted. The peti- tion was laid an the table to be dealt with by the incoming board. The school management committee reported: Your committee on school manage- j I ment beg to report and recommend as j follows: j That the following changes he made in the arrangement of classes; with the new year: That I Miss M. Smith take class at Westminster school. Miss Hyssop's HOUSE of QUALITY s Is showing-1 ho largest solec-lion of ladii's' and goi wi Iclies iu AHierta. 250 select 1'roin. Gold F.iUed Expanding Bracelet Style from to Solid Gold Expanding Bracelet Style from i-................................... to Strap Watches, Ladies' Style, lo Strap Gents' Style from.................................... to Waltham Wrist Watches'with Disappearing Eye........................... to SUITABLE PRESENTS FOR LADIES Vanity Cases All styles from to French Ivory oilet and Manicure to Jewel Cases from to Noveliers, Stone Set from to Solid Gold Necklaces to Diamond Rings in Tiffany Settings from to Cut Glass, Silver Goods in Many Vanities. V SUITABLE PRESENTS FOR MEN Links from, per t o Tie Pins from (to' 560J30 Cigarette Cases from ..._.. to Military Hair Brushes to Shaving Sets to Signet Rings.............. to Clocks from............... to ARMSTRONG RAWORTH Opticians The Jewish (ChnnnukaK) which Issuers of Marriage Licenses That bra ted by the- Hebrew community Miss Hyssop take Miss Dunsworth's Lethbridge commences at sundown i i class at Fleetwood. That Mrs. De La Tuesday." December 19th, and lasts! S Mater take Miss Parkin's class at i for eight days. It celebrates the sue- Hardieville. That Miss McLeod take Mrs. DeLa Mater's class ai'-Cestrai. That Miss Perkins take Mr. Davis' position at Hardieville at a salany of ?SOO per annum. That all teachers be required to report-at their respective schools fif- teen minutes before the opening hour both morning and afternoon so that they may be presaut in the class room when the pupils arrive, and commence duties promptly and that the princi- pals report at once on any failure on the part of the teacher in this regard. That new pupils in the jkindergarten and primaty grades be not received at the first of the year as formerly! but on the 15th of March instead, so i that in ruture new pupils in these classes shall be received twice a year a year as for- cessful ending of a war against re-] j instead of three times j merly. PUBLIC- SALE OF LIVE STOCK WEPNESDAY, Dec. 20, '16 AT 10.30 O'CLOCK SHARP Four Miles East of Coaldalc, on N, W. M of Sec. 9-9-19. West 4th. HAVING DECIDED TO DEVOTE MORE TIME TO THE BREEDING OF MY FULL BLOOD CATTLE, AM OFFERING THE FOLLOW- ING DESCRIBED STOCK FOR SALE, EXCEPT FIVE BULLS, WITHOUT RESERVE. i Cattle 21 head Cows, 2 years old, of which a number are good milch 10 head yearling heifers; 4 head 3-year old steers: 7 head il- year .old steers; 5 head yearling steere; 22 head calves. These cattle are of Shorthorn and Hereford breeding and are in good condition, and cows bred to calve in April and May, 1917. Four head of Reglitered Hereford Yearling Bulls to be offered with a reserve bid to be announced. Horses and Mules 4 span of Good Work the big'rugged kind and mated; one Bay Gelding, 10 years old .weight' 1500 Ibs.r one Buckskin Gelding, 3 years, weight Ibs.: one Buckskin Gelding, 3 years. .weight 1200. Ibs.; one Grey Sadiila 6 year old, weight J 050 Ibs., a good one; one Bay Mare, a years .old, suitable for saddle .mare; one Grey Gelding, S years, weight 1300 Ibs.; one Sorrel Gelding, 5 years, weight 3400 Ibs.; one Roan Gelding, 7 years. weight 1500 Jbs.; one Grey .Mare, 9 weight lHoO'lbs.; one Bay Mare, 12 years, weight 1400 one i? 1400 one'Bay Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs; Thatthe schools close for Christmas the 22nd of December, and re-open on Wednes- day the 3rd of January. The report was adopted in its en- tirety. St. Cyprian's Sunday school was j granted the use of Fleetwood audi- lorium for their annual concert on 'Dec. i9th. i: I It decided, owing to the near- j accident to the boilers at ster school, to have Messrs. Scott and! j Johnson confer with Nat Marshall.] bpjlfer inspector, to decide on 'some course of study for the-janitors of the] found that there was only -enough ligious tyranny. Its predominant message, therefore, is religious lib-] erty. In the year before the present era, the Syrian king, Aniiochus E'pi- phaues, set up a statue of a pjigaii deity in the Jewish Temple of Jeru- salem, aud tried-to compel-the1 Jews to worship it and abandon their own historic faith. -This effort at forcing an alien religion -..upon the Jewish people provoked a hitter' revolt in which the Jews, led by the famous Judas Maccabeus and his brothers, finally defeated _tiie Syrian armies, re-entered the Temple and cated it as the centre of Jewish wor- ship. In honor of this rededication, the feast of Chapnukah (dedication) was established, its eight days to be holidays, days of ,song aud thanks- giving. The holiday is marked by special j prayers of thanks arifl psalms of; praise inserted into the daily ritual, j and by the kindling of the Channukahj IOC! COUPLE IS ill I! To be. married in Lethbridge two lights. The usual custom is to light j years ago, and then to have the nun- one light on the first day, two on tia'l knot tied once more in Sweet the second, three on the third, and] Grass, Mont., -only a couple of weeks so on, adding one each successive days of the feast.. As to the reason for this custom of kindling the lights, legend tells that when Judas Macca- beus and his victorious-, army rededi-j ence Buchanan. Several years, ago cated the Temple and cleansed it of married .11 the impurities of idolatry, 'ACCIDENT AT FERNIE (Special to Hie Heiv.Irt) Forme, Dec. Hobi- chaml, while, driving1'a' cutter up Vic- toria.avenue yesterday afternoon, col- lided with. Miss (teacher, and AVm. Stockweil, the school board, as they were crossing the street near the P. Burns meat market. Doth pedestrians were knock- ed'dowh, the cutter running over Miss O'Hearn. bruising her badly. Mr. -r Stockwell sot off with less bruising. hubby to take a.-jatipt with her to Ljrisa .O'Hearn is feeling much better Sweet Grass the :week before .last, J today, anil the Doctor reports no brok- were Carried again en bones or other serious injury. WAIT UNTIL END OF YEAR Fernie, Dec. a special meet- ing Fernie local today rescinded a former motion relative'to the time limit of the cost of living investiga- later went to. live in the United States, where she secured 'a divorce. Returning to Canada a couple of years ago, came to and married .John Stevenson.. Quite re- cently however, the couple heard 'that a divorce secured in the United States on a Canadian marriage was not considered legal in Canada, and lest trouble might result because -of her second marriage, she induced her schools to make them more proficient in caring for their heating plants. The janitors will be asked to be present at a special meeting to discuss the mat- ter. Mr. Wallace recommended that 3Ir. Chapman be sent to Westminster, school, and that Mr. Jones be given, his place at Galbraith where the work is lighter. High School Attendance Principal Dobson of the -High school reported a school atteiida'uce of 170, which will be increased by three af- ter the holidays. He also reported that after buying worth of yarn for knitting, S50 would be divided between the Red Cross 'and I.O.D.E, as suit .of the High school commence- ment concert. pure oil to keep the perpetual light burning for one day, and it would be long before new oil could lie pro- cured. Hogs 40 head brood sows, S months old, bred to a Registered Berk- shire Boar, to farrow in 1917. 'The' kind you read Vboiu. 5 -head Registered Berkshire Boars, inontlia i- old. Chickens dozen flftl blood Plymouth Rock1 hens; 2 dozen full blood Plymouth Rock cockerels. Machinery One Daiii Overahot Hay Stacker and Buck Rakes; one 1my 'rake: one four section lever harrow; one gang plow; one sulKy plow; one Dam 10x18 liay press; one packer. One per cent.. -of, the net proceeds cf this sale goes to the Patrjptlc Fund. TERMS OF SALE CA8H, NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL TERMS OF SALE ARE COMPLIED WITH. LUNCH SERVED BY COALDALE LADIES' AID J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. JNQ. McD. OAVJ.DSON FIFTY MEN TRAPPED Pittsburg, Kana, Dec I iftj or Inore men may have been trapped by coal mine, at Stone City, 15 miles south of Fittsbitrg this afternoon. Foarsftnai all the were en Profits of were made by. the Canada Western Natural Gas Co, -during their., fiscal year of 1015-16 according to the report just publish- ed. The profits are somewhat, sma er than other years, -but -the report; states that during the latter par of the year the business of the company showed signs of expansion and better 'usiness is looked for. During the year was spent on new wells. The company has found it .advisable during (he year, owing to the falling off in value uf ntocJts, to buy in de- bentures of the concern at the lower figure, thus making profit, which goes into the sinking fund of the company. The following is an extract from ihe report: While the declining population and general prevailing in Cal- gary and Lethbridge has been respon- sible for decreasing sales of in" these centres during the past three, loss of 3.88 per cent, being ;n In 1914-1 S, and 1.78 last -was an increase 'shown for the of the year ending .September I50, of per cont. in GAY- tombed was; expressed when mink cess of the corresponding nnriod of explosion In the Reedy 1 rescue crews'left here for the scene! the previous year. From. Ihla4, com- nage, and the couple are Lethhridge living .more happily than tion to he completed hy Dec. 15 and they, feel jover the double knot which cal extending it to Dec. 31st. But miraculously, this small amount of oil' lasted 'for eight days, and the perpetual light was not ex- For this reason it was should 'be kindled every household. ;1-It eight days in became cus- tomary for the "lights to be placed in the streets of the to be known also as the Feast of Lights. J; The Jewish date for the beginning of this feast is the twenty-fifth, of the month of Kisley. According to one tradition, the reason that Judas se- lected this date is because it fell ex- actly three years; after Antiochus had defiled the Temple; according to another tradition it is. because that! jvas also the day when the Israelites, after being delivered from Egypt completed the Tabernacle in .the wil- der ness. offer a llve siiitivble for the-holiday season, (jail .and -hi spec t oiir stock. Yoii will Hot be nrsrefl to liitv. parison the favorable inference drawn that the worst of the bad times luis been Further exemplifi- cation of this is -to be found in the fact that the meter .records show- an ucrease at the end of the last year of 533 customers, -as compared We make a Specialty of table Pocket Cutlery resso- in the previous .customers. Work Hard Shut on from sunshi and fresh the blood becomes thin and brings rheumatism or other sickness. Theoil.foodm SCOTT'S EMULSION is Nature's building tonic to keep the blood rich, fortify the lungs, refresh; the bocly and strengthen the whole ;