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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI LtTHBHIOGt DAILY HERALD AFTER HIGHER SALARIES On Sale December 24th REMEMBER that's the day before Christmas. Hear these forty new both Edison Standard and select the ones you want and assure full enjoyment for your family on Christmas Day-and all the davs that come after. The new Amberols include a Victor Herbert record, "Mile. number and Godard's famous Berceuse deJocelyn.51 The Standard Records also include a Herbert number, a eomic song sung by Bessie Wynn and Sousa's Summer Forty Records, including ballads, comic logues, dances, -band and orchestra numbers. Nof one, vou can afford to miss. j If you haven't ah Edison Phonograph, get ont and be ready to enjoy these new records on Christmas. our dealer will demonstrate them. 116.50 to -w AMberol Recordi lonf) .M Grand Record! .85 fl.25 to .-II Eduoo m every town where we arc not now well rcprwettt- ed. Dealers established should write us at once. Spokane. Wash., Dec. hundred and seventy-five teachers in Spokane's grade schools are ready to begin a campaign for a 12-uiouth sal ary instead of nine months as at pres- ent They will also ask fpr an in- crease of 20 per cent. The Spokane Grade Teachers' association has sanctioned the movement. The high est- salary paid to grade teachers in Spokane on the nine month plan a yrae A.toghu Ih a year. Although the teachers be- Ueve thoir cause a just one, they have not threatened to strike. They hope to win their points on a strictly edu- J catioual campaign. However, their forces are strong enough and well or- gacized and if their demands are re- fused they are in a position to close every grade school in the city. They will "present their request backed by a petition signed by every member of the association some time in Jan- uary, and tXis will be supplemented by petitions from parents of children attending the grade schools. The in- creased cost, of living is chief rea- son for demanding more pay. It is out that .the teachers will not accept a reappointment of the present salary schedule. FAMILY BURNED Delaware, Dec. three children of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Wil- liamson, Veroer, aged 2; Grover age.' 4; and Mabel, 5 years, -were burned to death last night in a fire at their home in the western part of the coun- ty, while their parents were absent LOVESICK YOUTH SHOT HIMSELF FOUR TIMES Montreal, Dec. four bul- lets in his head and leaving a.trail -of of blood behind a young man nam- ed William Ellingwood dragged him- self a quarter of a mile along the LacMne road to Thornhill restaurant tonight.- and is now lying at the point of death in a- city hospital. El- iincwood'it is thought attempted to end his life as a result of a love af- fair: He parted with a young; woman on treal'junction 'fifteen minutes before he put the bullets into his head. In his hand was- clutched, a. photograph of a young woman, on the back of which was written, "Maud Terry, Hanoverv Mass., goodbye." STEAMER SAFE Duluth, Minn., Dec. steam- er Berwind arrived safely in port today. She had been missing since Wednesday morning of last week. FAMJLY TO DEATH No trouble with Sunlight Soap. Juat follow the directions on the wrapper and Sunlight does the doe5 much- never Injures hands or Lift Soaj is delightfully fre.hing for tr wwh- inf underclothing it is The steamer Port Colborne arrivc-d at Port Arthur today having been two weeks crossing the Great Lakes established a record as it is vears since a toat docked iu Fort William as late as Dec. 20. New York, Dec. pemms were burned to death today in a fire that destroyed a frame dwelling house in Sherwood Park, Youkers. All the dead were members'of the family of Theodore Frederichs, who lost his life in the fire together, with Ws .wife and their three children, v The children who. perished were Ernest, 9 years old; Katie, 4; and Fannie 3. The building was a double Fannie 3. The building was 11 three story double flat house in a thickly tifcd suburb. It contained twenty- five when tlnk fire a bakery the ground floor. The families" on the upper floor all got out in safety by means of fire es- capes and ladders. the fire was controlled it was thought that there had been no fatalities. A search of the second floor apartment occu pied by the Frederichs family, how ever disclosed the five charred bod ies. Mr. Frederichs had been over- come by smoke while rushing'from his room and had fallen in the hall- way, where his body was discovered. The bodies of Mrs. Frederichs and her children were found in their beds where they bad been suffocated anc burned. HERALD'S PATTERNS WHAT DID HE. DO? you reject me, I shall shoot myself." how lovely la 'that case the manager -will give me a bet- ter role." MADE IN 1OTH CAST WON AND STEEL If you wmnt a range that will bake right and save you time, labor and J __ __ _' ._ _ VV Sjh. ri 'O T 1. Jl' BhouiklbuyaHappythoughtRange. Itissupenormeveryway-hand- gome in appearance-has most conveniences-is easy to operate to keep best ranee for the Canadian housewife. liMMfMtVwl W WM. MISSES' SKIRT Paris Pattern No. 3085 All Seams Allowed. This smart eight-gored model is. with plain .and pla'ited sections and closes at the left side-back se'ani. It is suitable lor a' separate skirt to w-ear with odu waists or may form part of a two- piece, suit of serge, mohair, panama or the rough mixtures. The pattern is- iii 3 sixes, 13 to 17 years. For a miss of 15 years the skirt will re- quire ?i yards of material 20 inches 6. yards 24 inches wide, 4 yards' 36 inches wide, yards 42 inches wide or yards 54 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. 2603 CHILD'S COAT. Paris Pattern No. 2603 All Seams Allowed. Crimson broadcloth has been used in the development ot this all-cover coat for the small girl. hox- plaited front is a new feature which is distinctly stylish arid the buttons are of the cloth-covered variety. The pointed cape, which has the. appear- ance of bretelles in the front, is trim- med with wide black silk military braid, the turn-down collar and turn- back cuffs being -triitxmed to match. The coat is adaptable to any of the new autumn and winter materials, and if, desired the collar and cuffs mW be made of fur. The pattern is in 4 to 7 years. For a child of 5 years the coat requires 4f- yards of material 20 inches wide, yards 36 inches wide, yards 42 inches wide, or yards 54 inches wide 3J yards of braid. Price of pattern, 10 cents. The shareholders of the Sterling Bank met to-day to authorize an in- crease of in capital render- ed necessary by the growing business of the bank, especially in Western Canada. In 1 V'' _- _ oting Contest Two Extra iii Gold for Each District The Candidate in District No. 1 turning in thf most morrey for_ NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS from December 21 to the close ot the con- test (January 10, 1910) a special prize of will be awarded. In District No, 2 the candidate burning in the most NEW SUB- SCRIPTION money from December 21st to close of contest will be awarded in cash. These extra cash prizes have no bearing whatever upon the 15 regular prizes. A contestant any of the regular prizes ajid the, as well Work Hard lor tke New. They Goiinl Morelri TMii Renewals, ;