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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSIMY, PKJU1UARY 22, IWt THK mTMBKJUGK DAILY HEKAU) PACE MARKET REPORTS Ltd., SteutnshiiM .Limited, had a disastrous effect oirtthat i during trading on HAY by Kami Xo. 1 Alfalfa, 2nd ciUMni; .....ISO.OO No. 1 Alfalfa, 1st cimlm 19.HO Mo. 2 Alfalfa lo 1S.OO down :il to the N'q. 1. Mixed limoihy and alfalfa 24.00 lenient, of over 1200 shares. The de- the stock exchange tnU moruiUK'and the break virtually tho eullro list to Opening four points Ui'tit. mixed No. 1 Bluojointt to 26.00 Xo. 1 Tlmothv. irrigated to J2'J Wheat Straw (Swires) Oal Straw .............10.00 to 12.00 jUar lots, f.o.b. Coaldalo of t.ellibridge, LETHBRIDGt GHAIN PRICES Trices paid grain in j bridge, wagon load lots follow: Wheat .'.......Jl.03 rial.................. J.tl iJuriey Winnipeg Grain Prices i WlNNU'lfiG, Feb. United (States markets rlosed, the local mur- Icci waa dull- and fcalurcles.4 twlay. Trade was J3; Atlantic Sugar unchanged! at 30; Brazilian gained a ]-2 to Brompton- lost a fraction to 42 8-4: Laurentido also lost a .fraction1 to as did National Breweries at 51 Spanish River and Wayagamack were steady at 73 1-2 and 77 respectfully. I Bridgeburg council has been ask ;ed for to build a new school j 'Red Deer will ra'te a, company for I an AlbeKR regiment. lative committee ot fifteen persoirs, mostly laymen. An effort has made to have widely varied opinion represented, and where there was a regular organization the executive of that organization was asked to choose its representative. It will be the business of the com- mittee to consider the recommenda- tions of various organisations receiv- ed by the department during the year to determine on broad general lines the scope and content of the course of study, tlie subjects to be included in the new course, whether there shall bg any differentiation between the course prescribed for rural and that for urban schools aud .whether any new subjects are to be added. This committee will meet at Edmonton on Tuesday, March. 1st. The personnel of the committee is as follows: "W. F. MacXally, Edmonton, supervis- chair- deut of the U. F. A.; Mrs. n. B. Gunn, Par- i adise Valley, director of the LT. V. W. A. H. Rogers, Fort Saskatch- ewan, secretary of the Women's Tn- :stituta; Walter Smitten, Calgary, sec- retary. Alberta Federation of Labor; Watch Your Gums- Bleeding a Sign of Trouble Medical science knows serious is trio sign of bleeding gums.' For it knowa that tender gums are the forerunners of Pyorrhea, that dread dis- which afflicts four out of five people over forty. If lW disease is unchecked, the gum-line the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be ex- tracted to rid the system of the Pyorrhea poisons which seep into the syctem and wreck the health. These poisons often cause rheumatism, nervous dis- orders, anaemia, and other ills. To avoid Py'onhea, visit your dentist often for tooth inspection, and use Forhan's For the Curtis.' Forhan'a For the Gums will prevent Pyorrhea or check its progress, if used in time and used consistently.' Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's keeps' the gums firm uid teeth white and clean. Start using it today. If gum-shrinkage has already set in, use Forhan's according to directions and consult, your dentist immediately for special treatment.- 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and U, S. If your druggiit cannot tupply you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. D.D.S. Forhtn's, LlJ., Montreal Chas. E. Peariey, .Medicine ITat. prin- cipal. Elm Street school; If. J. Spicer, principal Sunaltn school; IT. A. Mal- colm, Innisfaii; Rural School Trustee; W. A. Hamilton, Lethhridge, school trustee and member executive of trus- tee's association; J. T. J. Collision. Edmonton, member National Council of Education; E. Wodell, Calgary, editor Farm Edition ot Her- ald; John Howey, Edmonton, aditor Bulletin; Dr. A. Scott. Calgary, super- intendent of Calgary schools; ,Tulm W. Kussell, Cainrose, inspector of J. A. Valliiuetle, Calgary, i president assoeialed boards ot trade. Fen- more than a year, upon the in- vitation of the Minister.of Education, public bodies arid organizations throughout, the province have been studying thla.question. All have been time and again to give the de- partment fqi' the use of this commit- tee the benefit of their views. AFany have responded, the 'committees have been- selected by the' representative irganizatkms in the most democratic way possible. Tho findings o'f this committee should be tire resultant OT widely varying individual opinion I made applicable to the actual condtt-1 Ions to be mat In the province. Pro- fessional, committees .will be appointed, later to carry fho work to completion in consultation witli the general com- nittce. Similar'phms aro under way for a thorough rebuilsine ot.the curri- culum for iigli schools as soon as the elementary revision has been com- peted. NDIA WANTS LABOR CONVENTION RATIFIED j DELHI, fmlia. Fell. ions urging the viceroy of India to the labor convention udonto.i it the labor conference holdin Wnsh-i ngton last adopted by j the legislature yesterday. Tliu legia-i lature decided to undertake the pass- i ago of legislation giving effect to the convention, including the siity-hour' week. I COAST ELECTRICAL WORKERS STRIKE VICTORIA. Veil. SO and 60 oler-trical Workers of the Brit- ish Columbia Electric Railway com- pany, who have refused to accept the award of the arbitration board in rn- spect to wagea will go out on strike here today. The company maintains that their action will in no way affect the lighting at tatur systems. SIMONS-- T K' Father and Daughter Held In Moncton Case; Murder Mother, Five Babies, BENEFICIAL ECONOMY All Canadians should remember that the econ- omies necessitated by the war helped pare the wty to Victory. Practise economy and pave the way to future prosperity. A Savings Account is both i moral and a material asset. ;6i THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL j RESERVE FUND LETKBRIDGE yf. Ecikie, Msnsger. death of Mrs. Lucy Sleeves of Cover- i dale and her five children whose j bodies were found in their burned j home- on February 11, and in connec-1 tion witli which tragedy Oliver ary 14, when the body of Mrs. Steeves I Steeves, husband and father of the and live children wero found in the victims, is now held on a murder .MOXCTOX, -V. B., Fob. The ar- rest of Clara Steeves, daughter of Oliver Gaius Steeves. who is charged with the murder of his wife Lucy, in connection with the tragedy of Febru- burned ruing of their home at Cover- dale, was decided on today by tho police. Miss Steeves will bo held as a material witness. Tho detention of Miss Steeves was made because of evidence submitted at the prelimin- ary hearing of tho charge against Steeves, which was tO'the effect that the mother was jealous of her own daughter.- Miss .Sleeves was resid- ing in Moncton at the time ot the ar- rest and it was in Moncton where, the father was arrested. T Examining Remains MONCTON, Feb. Crown offi- cers conducting the inquiry into the on charge, are now awaiting the result of the medical examination by St. John doctors of the vital organs of the woman and several of the chil- dren. Steoves is in Moncton jail, bail having been refused him. Wlieu tho preliminary hearing is resumed tomorrow an adjournment until Mon- day will be asked for. Hamilton spent in relief from January 7 to February Earl Wheeler, a Hamilton street car conductor was fined for be- ing rude to a lady" passenger. Opportunity Won't Kick in the when it knocks at your door. You have got to be listening and ready for the call. With money in the Bank, you can take advantage of the whisper of opportunity and be ready n when ready money via needed. Start a Savings Account NOW. BANK Head Office: Montreal.' OF CANADA Established IBM. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH. BKAnin. Branches alltt Barolu iitd Kobltfortl. .cencr lit Montrch utd Fi R. J. DINNING, Muuwr. W. T. HOPK1RK. Muwu. MACDONALDS CUT BRIER U[ MACDONALD'S "BRIER" has become JJ a Canadian institution. Smoked by the' men who made history. In the bush, on the trail, in mining camps, prospectors' huts, factory yards, on trains, steamships, in the luxurious homef and downtown clubs of our Canadian has always been recognized as the smoke. q MACDONALD'S CUT same tobacco but in new every Macdonald tradition since 1858, and gives to tobacco for the monty, a. Mb Tin or- ;