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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FERRUAIIY 5, 1915 THE LK. Til IIRinC F, DAILY H E R A I, RIUTES ARE PARED CONTINUED FROM FHQNT woro priictlcally a urudo ahead, i'oi thuli- itgos. mid ho lluiuphl thai what done, there Is nw liiHlruclluii uf niuro vuluii Uiiiu Lliul obtiiluutl In the kludortfurten. Mr. Wallace thought that If any- thing donp, It should no 'worked uul oii the ba-Js UmllH. If onlj Ihostj children legally eiitlllcd Lo u pliioe 'In "tho BchoolH, were given iii- Htructlon, nrtmely from six years up, two tenchors hi Ihu Jt 1 tulo 1-511 r tan could bo done a way wllh. Air. Hamilton and Mr. Davidson hud a 1'ali'jy. peppery skirmish uver tho qut'fitlou, out It ivas fiual'iy dropped, Manual Training A Blalemeul of tho cost of the mnii- iml (.ruining; school wiia KiilnnLUud, that the school hud cost close to 5DOOO, indudlris Iho domestic acl- mid debenture payments For 191-1. .Mr. Darluaon. sub ml lied u mouuii Hint llic iniiminl Induing clnKBcs, ox- clualvG of tho domeflllc science brunch, be donp tuvay oil April J. iMr. Hlninbotiiani moved ;in amcml- .nienL that both briinchoa be dono away with ;it tho the .school Lorm, Juu.c 30, and after ukinulshes Ilia amendment carried. McKlllop vs. Bailey Mr. McKillop roused tbe Ire ot Mr. linlley, when .be stated lie had noticed a great Improvement in the work of tho mamml training dejjnrt- incnt nlnce the ugltiiUou looking to Us discontinuance had started, ami Mr. Uiilley roHuomlodi In u dplrllod man-1 Hoard could purcluiHo lliuuo at a lov, nor. flo united (lint'ho lie Klven BUJIII.S and tsvll ilium to tlic a] oonBlduvuLign. It hud tiimt him JtiOO it Imil (o conic to Letlibrliltfe, and ho toll lliat April i WQB rulhcr notice. Mr, MuKlllop wiia Inclined to llio motion, but, fait tun I jiorhnua (he llcu provided was Hhort for ull Iho leiLClicm concernod, ao voted wllh tlio nmomlinont. Brltleh Fair Play Mr. Bailey thought that according C02l, IhU Iliom roili1' uxpHiiHo. JMr, lIlKliiholhuiii thought IhaL ibo iiHircliunU who luul nllea uhoiild bo given Hiifliclent noLlo of jiriiuii, HO Unit could (IJi pone of thorn. Tho mat tor 'was It'll Lo tho committed on uuppMcH. Schoolo Won't Close A lottor from tlie Deputy for rod tu a rumor among I he lioml to the spirit of Hrllluli fair pluy, bo buyers that tho Iidlibrldgc schools should bo until tlte end ot tho j had boon closed, on account, of not school term. Mr. Davidson thougiu thut a month's notice 'would be Bri- tish fulr plhy. Thorc wag not much dlfforonco of opinion on the pro-vocational classes, and they inalro tholr exit from Ihc cur- nt Eafltcr. Thht Separate School Account One- uf DIG ouoBtloiis lo come up at lie full mealing of the- Board, pre- vious to the committee meeting, was that of the Suiiarnte school account jn Uixos collected -from Incorporated A letter from tho Sepai'- atc flL'liool board's solicitors, Jl GEEKS. (ehnulono TUtclilc, informed Iho )oard thai they owed tho Separate school [iiniead of and that i u cheque would be appreciated. I Mr, Hlglnuathain brought up Ihe Uiustlon of tlie counter account, and t nnnlly. decided thut there Bhouirl Joint meeting of (he two joards al ah early dMe to scttlo tho matter. May Supply Text Books Mr. Davidson brought up (he matter if supplying text books lo scholars, ubio 10 raiao money, uty mliilEim- corrected Ihls highly er- roneous rumor, nnd Informed tho hand liouHes, Hint Lothbrldge schools htid always their piiynipnls p'rumptly. AccountB for January The financial ropurL for the month m' January was sulmifttea by tary-Lroiisurer Fleet wood. H showed that ihc loial expenditure, without teachers' salaries, was Tho receipts hail been in tnxes from the city. Tlie pxpoiitlluicca for- ivaid amoiiiued lo malting Ihe lolul overdnirt wllh cheques to tho extent of culstniiu- in addition. Enrollment Report PAGE FIVE schools, iiiuLiiL ho hud never had a CONTINUED FKO.M KHONT PAUK rendered to liic IMUHC of t'dui during UIR lie has usiioi'latoil with thr pub lie KUllOOlS. Air. Wallace spiAe ol Mr. llaniil- i Ihc [net thai real vacation, thought Jiis rcqiicsl, for holidays should IKS had done very conscientious :il- a nmulvfi' (if critics did nut agree with his hls'iis. Mr. thought his was a modes! one. Mr. Hamil- ton had spent the larger poitiou of each summer piTp.iriup, for the coin- lug term. "I imiy say llti.s ulbo." snid Mr. Jl.nniliun hecn in the closest possible lo'.K-li with all the si-licnls in Uie cily. and given us ui detail from J me lo lime, which show LhaL he -iloiic coiiscic'nlSous, Mr. Davidson said that prrsoiuilly 10 would support ilif million, ie "Hinv i.s just OILB thins L ne i-iirii! ,ii OIIK The enrollment rciiort for the inoiuli in Mr. Hamilton's Idler v.hich shows n alight over 19H. For January, IBM, thn enrollment 'Wiia 1'iHH, and i or the correspond In K uiontli eru.Ke daily yrar II wns J5J1. Tbo av- droppc-d 1'roin tc 12S1. nnd the pcrceuUmc o( attendance from 83.8 to How the Figures Talk The t'Cneral csllmatett were den It nd thought that a start should he wltll( tuQ tolal e3linmte with scribblers and pencils. The !y decided upon. At a previous muet- inp the estimates were gone over and pared consiilerably. The following figures represent "what hap- pened lo the general: Estimated EBDCEBIE FOR THE ECONOMICAL HOUSEKEEPER WHO WANTS HER DOLLARS-TO GO FAR IN PROVIDING FOR THE HOME. THE QUALITY AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES WILL PLEASE THE THRIFTY, CRITICAL, PARTICULAR BUYER. Tomatoes, size 3, hand packed In sanitary 2- for Horseshoe Salmon Per tin Van Camp's Hommy 3 pound Llrjs SimcoD Pork and Bean or tomato 7 tins for C. B. 1 pound glags, 2 for. Cora on Gallon Una Fancy Winter Ap- ples, per box Boo Ami 2 tins for........ Windsor Salt n sacks .for 25c 25c 15c IB. plain 50c 45c 55c 25c 25c O9C 25c Per pound Krinkle Corn P.iakes 3 for Corn, Poa.3 and Beans, new sea- son's stock, on .sale 4 ft per tin 1UC Fancy. Mixed Caady, 15 varie- ties, regular 30c lines, on-sale per pound AVhltB' Onion PlckJea, 38 ounce bottles, this week Price each Mnlkln's Beat CofCcE, freeh ground, on sale this week, per pound ___ Jjlbby's Asparagua, large white. regular price 40c Oftj% On sale wUC 45c California Peaches, Cherries Regular 35c, now Monkey Brand Soa.p Per Cake............. Moody's Hand Cleaneer Sale Price Walnut PlcKles Per bottle Quaker Crawford Peaches in heavy syrup, 3- pound size, 2 tins Cor .......wOC Raspberries, Dell Urand '2 Tins for Fork and Beans, White Star, Is; 4 tinn for___ CwC Pork and Beans, White Star. 2s; each Clark's Soups, assorted flavors, California Crisp Celery Per pound R. C. and G; W. Soap; 2 packages for Sunlight Soap; 11 bars for___ Cauliflower, large white heads ...___.......... Saner Kraut, 3 pound tins, on sale Red Cross Plcklee; For bottle Olives; .per bottle lOc, 15c, 20c and ___ Heintz Chili On sale St. Charles Milk; On sale 5c 5c 25c 35c lOc lOc lOc 45c 50c 25c 20c 25c 35c 32c 10c SPECIAL! Navel 20C 25C Lemons, Large Size, dozen........25c Cove Oysters I pound BoDeless Duck Per Tin Bright Light Stove Polish Per Tin'................. Cereboa Salt Price each 15c 35c 5c 15c English Brawn, Corn Beef, tins, on sale Libby'a Club Tongues JA in. gloss 4UC Libby'a Pears.. Peaches and Apricots, 3 tins Tor 3 Tina tor 3 Tina for Pure Olive oil Soap Bars, per pound ___ Pure OliTO Oil Soap 4 Cakes for Homo Oil Outtlt, contains 25C box oil, 1 new style oil can, lOc. and one 15c extra qual- ity atone CSC Foster Clark's f _ Custard Powder Ivv Llbby's Fork and Beans slze 2i 3 tins [or 3 .packagca (or Brands Soup in glass regular 45s, now Soarwood'a in glass 35c 30c 25c 25c 25c 30c 30c Black Knight. Stove Polish, ou sale Christie's Biscuits' Arrowroot, 2-pounda Cor Lombard Plums, finest Ontario, 2 tlm' tor..... Pumpkin, size 2. tins for............. 10c i UDE, 25c I 25c 45c 20c 25c 35c Sweet Potatoes, 2 tins for-...... Turkish Pigs; Per pound Ivory Soap; Special thle week, 5 for Acadla Codfish, fine, per ibqx Laundry Soap Champion in 'hulk, 2 pounds for.. Cranberries; Per pound large size; Per dozen Roman Meal; Per package Carnation Wheat Flakw Per -package Fry's Chocolate Pow- 4AM der on sale ..........OUG B. O. Soap; 3 cakea tot Raspberries, Bell brand, OCM 2 tins for............. OOC Horsa Salmon, IB size, On sale................ Kippered Herring, im- ported, 2 Una for.. GEORGE KERR CO. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants. Phone 1453. 313 5tli St. S. 1DM 1015 Sec.-treas.1 sal. l.Wn.iiU 5 Overdraft int.. Kxchange Insurance TaxCE....... Telephones 1S0.9G Imp ro vein'Is to tio t thoroughly uudrrs t ;unl I dun' I know what 'workH ot destruction1 lie retors lo. IE then1 bci-n any rc- troffrtfdation at >vi' arc all sor- vy." Wallace thnuKlii that Mr. Ham- ilton would feel il -non: Hum "having been asKociaU-d with llic schools Jor so long and havinir hncn so closely ideiiLilind with their builtl- up. i Mr. Mi'Killop M a mcm-j her ol the old, the resignation came as a great surprise. ''Fur. ihc Hake of the he .said, "we arc going lo lost1 a valuahlc man part 'ias surrounded hunsell v.-ith MI-IS (JO SOO.OO 115.00 that they will ri.S In an interview aflor Ihc lie said; splcn- m surt, _ Ui Mr. flamilion Dob. prlu. int. The Probable Rate total estimate, unrcviscd. "The reasons for 1113- resignation those aeaigned in my Ictlur 10 Hie Eourd. If tbe prfisciiL finaiicial'stress jnakeE it necessary lo do away '132.00 night schools, mauuiil triunint'. doin- csttc aclcnce, arl, kiiidergarlens and QUI. classes, it could give Say that over the 'phone Eat Sunkist Oranges in to your dealer now. snladsand them It brings the very finest whole between meals and fruit of its from at bedtime. California, fully ripe, juicy, Order dozen or sweet, firm, tender, delicious a box. Low prices place as it tastes when picked them within the reach direct from fhe tree. California mkist Oranges Picked Ripe from the to All by Fast by Best Dealers in Your Neighborhood Try Sunksst Lemons Juicy, tart, practically seedless. Tlie most attractive looking lem- quartered or serve with h'sii, meats aad tea. Pure Suuliist Lemon juice in pliice of doubt- ful vinegar adds R dainty flavor to scores of dishes. of all. Beautiful Silver Premiums Sure Our book tens 110 ways of using orangea and lemons, also how to exchange these wrappers for beautiful Wm. Rovers Sou tableware of pure stiver plate. Exclusive design. No advertising. We refund the trifle you pay to get this silver if not satisfactory in every way. The book pictures the popular pieces. 3'our copy now. California Fruit Growers Exchange 105 Klflf Si., Eiii, Corvdwcfc, TorMlo, Onl, ounls to Deducting the me pleasure !o at Ihs head surplus of the net eplimnlej0' the syBtera. No [hiukiiig for Ihe year is Taking ofli'lDuhts Lliat the loss ol Ihese another ?GOOO, which comes from the government, grant, UIR amount neciled frcm laxeG it and on last year's assessment, llila would mean a 4.75 mill rate. The local reductions made by the board (o date, it the es- timate is any guide, amounts to 054, exclusive of the economics (a lie brought about by the elimination of the Manual Training, tho Domestic Science, tha substitute teaclinr and the prevocational. JAP. CHUISER WRECKED I3.C., Feb. miral Howard, from his flagship San Ulegc, off EnzenacliL, Lower Ca'tilornia, liafornietl tbe Navy nftnnrtmcnt iwlay by HIB.L the JananoKn LTUJS- er Azaina witli 50i) men had lieen wrecked ah on I i'50 milea Eouth of Port Ilarlolome, ami Is breaking up. The Admiral addutl lie sending nasist- ante at once from Ihn nnareEt A'norl- can vessel. Xo further details were given in Ad- miral Ho'ivarrt's rifspntch, anfl nothing was said of the fate ot Ihu crew of nersons. The small Japaneae armored cruiser Azama n-as built at Elsiriclf, and, therefore, she is practically obso- lete. Her displacement IK 9885 tons, length -408 feet, beam G7 feet, and when now her speed was 22 knots. Her mnin armament consisted of four 8-Inch and fourteen G-incli guns, and she had a complement of 482 officers and men. inenls lessens the efficiency of our schools. We iiiiiHl. rcL-ugnize that: if the unprecedented condition compels us to reduce our school ser- vice, let UB ho honest and Kay so. TheeG Ihings arc nut frills, but neces- sary parts ol the garment- I[ hard times compel u. mail to sell his auto, it Is iio t "need ful that he should say it is useless. "With my sons, are now graTvn to manhood, I expect lo engp.ffe in n busJness enterprise. If the BPHSOII is as favorable as I hope, it will be here- if not, in some other part cf [lie west." Germans Threaten to Sink Even Neutral Shipping clares it Is a blockade, and must be thai the waters surrounding England, Scotland and Ireland have been in- so considered. "Neutral shipping." says the Post, "is given lime to tnke refuge in safe harbors. Only a'cer a measured per- iod do all merchantmen going lo and from the British Isles run into dan- ger. Then to be sure, men and freight noL on British ships, but under a ucu- Recruiting for (ral flag are doomed to sink." GERMAN PRESS HIGHLY PLEASED The TagliKch Rundschau says: ''We have accepted England's bat- tle condin'ons. let England play ita role, and assume ours with all Us rights and obligations. Let him guard himself who feelB like coming between 115." The Loka.1 Anzeiper declares Eng- land's own weapons are being turned againsL herself, and ivlien Germany I destroys (he "English yoke under I which the world has suffered'for cen PAUB f jt have acpomollshefl a "Germany can fulfril none of the conditions of Ihe bJockaOe, and any attempL, however wild, by the Ger- inatis to isnorn, Cor instance, the Am- erican flag on ihc strength of their 'paper would be a hostile act toward ihe United States.. To sink an American liner wiih her pas- sengers and ci-L-w would be an atrocity w-LIch would almost inevitably irreau war." GERMANY SAYS IT IS A BLOCKADE Berlin, via London. Feb. en- tire German press greets with satis- the Admiralty's declaration eluded in tlie war zone. The Post tie- Westminster Market Specials LEG OF PORK, PER POUND LOIN OF PORK, PER POUND SHOULDER PORK, PER POUND 1 g HOME-MADE MEAT SPECIALS HOME-MADE Pork 2Qc HOME-MADE Pure Fork Sausage; 2 Pounds for....... HOME-MADE Pork and DeeE Sau- sage, 2 Pounds for..! HOME-MADE Head Per Pound lOc HOME-MADE 3 Pound Pall HOME-MADE Lard- 5 Pound Pnil HOME-MADE Lanl- C1 10 Pound Pall 9 I TRV THESE; YOU WILL FIND THEM SUPERIOR TO PACKING HOU3E MAKES. WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET high, hisioriac] mission, and Irecd the from one of its dangerous one- The Tageblatt says England's con- duct, to which tne new decree ia an answer, has been an admission IhaL it could not defeat Germany wilb weap- ons -which Germany realized are not inconsiderable. The paper expresses Ihe opinion that neiitml powers will suffer, losses from the new declara- tion, but declares these losses will he smali compared with, those which Eng- land imposes upon them. ____ Pincher Creek Squadron Now Drilling Hard Pincher Creek, Feb. Squadron, 13th Ilcgiment Canadian Rifles, under the command of Lt.-Cc4. A. C. j Kcniiuiy, is vlrtufilly Uie machine Rim section being now Chicago. 111., Feb. iteamer a" ltfn-a of the Goodrich Transit Go. sant remains to be added. Drilling is fn ijfLke Michigan, about three miles well under way, l-he new municipal off tho river mouth today alter balng building proving 10 lie what is con-1 laka men declare Winnipeg. Tbe crew at 70 and the one pasaon- Col. Kcmniia is Llic busiest man iiiiscr clambered to tho ico pack as the the [lisU-ict, ami the end of lhcrprcs- VeBS.el aetlled and atruggled over the cat week will see the headquarters Ico hummocks to the shore. Those who reached safety first declared time had boen Jost: ThB Jowa- beaten hack m the Chicago harbor Tuesday night, made a fresh start from'Mil- waukee last night, and with th'e Hue- m readiness for work m earnest. The rank mid file consists of prom- inent business men, farmers, and farmers' sons, with :i large percent-age ol South African war veterans for good measure. Ine and other vessels was caught in tho Ice floes off this harbor this morn- ing. The vessel, valued at carried, u miscellaneous cargo ioel ccrtafn that when our hoys to m t-be privilege o meetmg the enemy, !or the company -aW lt- WM In_ they will uphold Ptnchec Creek's repu- C1.rorl -c- BUICU. tation of being able to provide sol- diers for the Empire who know how to fight, .iird how to gentle- Relief has been given to 62 [ami in Great Falls. New Spring Goods Just to Hand ams, Cotton Crepes, Embroideries; Lizaens, White Under- wear and House Dresses Black and Navj- Serges are always good buying when quality and price is right. We are now showing a complete range at bftfare the war prices when wool at its (oweat. Splendid qualities at........ Aleo at Me. 11.25 and 11.30 Pretty Colorings and Weaves in fine French Dress Stuff Broad stripes, checks and crepe finish in New Brom, 'Belgian Blue, Battleship Grey, black and Prices run from OU6 To per Yard. Come In and look over the on tile. Anything in Winter Goods Now Selling at Almost Half Price HE SIMPSON co., LTD. 74- ;