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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 191-1 THE LETHBIUDGE ilAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEX FOR ANY MEAL TODAY Select mtaty, Atlantic (ish -without bones! A tasty aa though it left the sea but that relishing Ung It InUtt. Simple recipes In tach sanitary package. Ask your grocer for V "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH Term Standing LgthbridgfrSchook (1RADK Seniors- N'oraan'IUrt, Willie. Smith, Fieddy Ilsyaes. Albeit Dorothy Uleq- Miss B, Uscher GRADE Kelson, Dor- Is -Ostlujid, Joe Jleid, QuinE, Edward .Nevio, iwrotuy uieq- 15 suii-.a, r.ur-IIa-sett Laurence llaium, Percy Ulna Dorotliy -Alexander, Iloccell, Sara Wymau, Sally Musco- Xcra MeLeod, l-loyd liunhsia, George r0unir. GeoRiey ShBHon, Oweu Laverbe Kllliecs, Cyril Roy Wilraov, iacold V.'ouell. Birdie Browii. John Vaa Haarlem, CoiJ Carlson, Cora vitch, Lilian ArhcroU, Itwlerjci etou, I.loyJ Holmes, Seidlj, llete Van" Horn', Hazel liuuoBi Noel -Maui) iiutton; Slu'y' (Stages, Annie Button It'ialib, Atthui Willoa, Jack Hultoa. Sheepmen Must Accept Ruling, {Continued From Frost Pagel__ tho-mattor directly nt: fecteJ the grm-Ui ot the sheep Indus- try lu Southern Alberta, and. that Bliccp shipments are Increasing al- most 100 per ceat annually'. It should by ail means bo brought to thp atten- tion the board, so that some rem- edy might be applied at an narly date. Mr. A. D. Carl wright, secretary of tho Board, wrote to the C. P. R. of- ficials for information as to rates and minimum weights on November 15, Pcalllon of the C.P.R. E.' Deatly, tho general counsel for Iho rcid, replied to the secre- ittrs'a iiijuiiyuu December 17, Btnling that tho classification minimum on horses and caltlo v-ns per car on IS.OCOlhs.. tor a deck, nnd EC.OflO or Ecrpruing to tho of the car. oil double deck cars, tho- transportatlm of livestock being govKned by a spe- cial mWejgc tariff, C.R.C. W.1745. "In this letter .states, "the mliv'TOum for all cars not over 30 leet In length Is SO.OOOlbs., tho rates belns.'lQss Milan 9th other words; tho cai-rier gets tha came mini mlini -earniiiga" on cittle, hogs and Bhcep." The 20.0001ba. minimum ap- plies on double deck cars, according U> tho advice of the C.P.R. counee to tho'Ra'liray and thp rallway'B.'Soiltlon is described as be- !s-jch' th'o "mlnlrmirn .earnings tor appear of livestock shquHl not b less than for SO.OOOlbs- at the rate outlined. Mr.' Beaity' furllor state that Uiere Is Jio reason -why 'a ca Ehonid bo transported .for" a less min Imum earning loaded-with sheep than with hpgs or.-cattls.- "The lils decking of a., car for. sheep i says (h'e letter, "not.ln the In tsrest-of Ilie carrier, who receive earnings, In tce-lnterest-of-Uie shipper, who J thus eaabled to load a car of-shec to hetter nharacterlit le.wro.rcireply. Tlie; C.P.R. also claims lhat Bom years 'ago railways o'fered rcaVe an allowance for the expense double provided the high enforced-, arid that-this offer yas rejected by tho Alberta shcep'TailcWrs'.. The.'eheepmeii sub- mil.that .this, higher, minimum would ir.oro-tr.in-offset-tha expense of-dou- ble dsViktrjK.-'.consequenUy they would be wrsVoff -than at If they endorsed Iho proposal.' Tlie Board has lakeri no furtlier a6- tion in. the m'aiier, and. It rests as it wns In'the beginning Jo far-M they Juniws Walter Hyssop, Harold I Reid, Uarjoile Tony, Mildred Held. 'Margaret Asplin, Kitty lloooman. Laurer.ee Ott, Delia Scott; James Light, StusiV Robbins- rrircary Halliiay. BeraarJ Holmes, Tom SSc'ott, Slargaiet Link, Violet Kinnear, Alviii Tom Brown. Miss Buchanan; leavber. (iRADK li. Class Kanneman, Elizaletl WoodB, Arthur Mitlord, Rhoda Mvrtle Norman .McDonald Kerr, Willie llelvir., James Kenney, Alet McQueen, Murra) F.l- lecker, Kathleen Ori'ille Reginald Gurnard, Elwih Class Roberta McKay, Fleta Graves, Cecil Albeit Quaylt, May Hardie, Irib Loclwood, Kdgar Reid, Ikssie Kerr, Adair Simpson, Hater Boaneil, Huin Gat- bralth, Donald Marshall, Violet -Bai- ey, Norman WillUro Mc- Harold Beinard, Uiban Ram-1 jay, Dprit Knapmin, Wionllred Ds n'ett, Miss Nab, teacher. QRADE Boulton, itet Carls6a, 'Alfred.Cant. Edith Reid, Frank Knright, Evi-BIsiet, Blsse't, Lela iScKain, William Ilsus-i, Laura Smith, Robert Hume, Viva XI- vcn; John S.cott, Audrey Qjaves, Annabel Farrles, Alfred Towlt, Erh- lin Kaai'e, Leontrd Jackson, Ralph Cecil Hut- ton, Harole, Inez McGuire, Rex Fariell, Harold Shenton, Car! McCaan, Gordon Kllivyn, Martha Jliss Smith, ieacher. GRADE Vll.-Paul Patrick, Eslh- er Iloncell, Wynyard Evans, Mavwell, Kemm, GRA11K ille-ta Wellington, Ethel Kaate, Hor: I MRS. ELLA Kdna Ault, Winnie Eddie. t concerned. In the letter publish-' Chaplin, Herbert Wolseley, Myril Mc- Mr.' Shaver, teacher. ORADE Vlll.-l.owell Cobhledick, are concerned. In the letter publish- Chaplin, Herbert uoiseiey, ,nyrn JIG- Cobhledick, cd bijlow, it is stated that, in tile case Ador, Marjorie Rosaine, Willie o- Hamiltoa, Herbert McClcna- f tha western provinces, the special gan, .Albeit Vogan, Dilly Alrianfier, n Walter Richardson, Eva Good- illeage tariff Is on a-minimum o! Andy Gordon, Dorothy Smith, Karl _ and' that the -effGlatlon ap- Psrdue, Willie Hose, Paoza McDon- an a e -eg pllea to si'.eep Btipruentn whether Iho aid, Godliey Wisgatt. Hiss Holes, teacher. Joe Hop Wah; Mai .Richard Pipes, Hamilton Drodie, ne> Irani Young, QjiTer Hyssop, Veflie McQueen, Marjprie Ce- movement iBtadouMo or slnsle decks. That. In the minda of the shippers Th! Railway Commltslon's Stattment'liday, Philip.HinctE, Edward Clarke, The letter-from the secretary, which Frank Galbraitli, Reta Whitney, A l.o- followa in-full, wlH readily bo seen by let. Humphries., Jlelvile. Haile, those interested to convoy- but Tilly Dell, Lo_r- slight hope of any action by the com-" cra mlssloneii, and Is consequently de- Won void ot any hope of immediate teacher. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL- clafs' average for th6 December 23. ng Lee uiog. .'Orids Vlll.T-Clar'enc'e ;jackson; R. Miss Dunn, teacie'r. Mateoni Mood- Q.ninr'nPrti, '-Hx, lieV'Margafenl Ker'r; 'Mark English; r ,Irv :ong checked by tho Boards Tratflc De-, iSota'-V.'tll: The situation in Eastern'. AlHsonl Willie'Bailey. ClassJiiyc'faK at, If tho company is un-'71.86.' Canada is thi to furnish a deck car rertEOnable notice from the ship. Comb Sage Tea in .Hair to Darken It Grandma kept her locks glossy, thlsk i of Sag's Tea, and Sulphur old-llrao mixture of Sago Tea and Sulphur for dartanlng grey, streaked and faded hair Is grandmother's '.treatment, and folks ajo again using it to keep ttietr: hair a good, even, color, is Quito sensible, as wo living In an age when a youthful appearance Is of the greatest 'ailva'ntage. .though, we don't liaM tho tr'ouhlesomo task of gatherlnp the cage and tho roussy mixing at home.. All drug rto'res sell -ready-to- USD product called :.'Wycth's Ssgc and Sulphur Haii.Ktmcdy" for abotit SO cents a bottle. 11 Is very pop'ilar because nobody can discover It lias been applied. Simply niolstea your comb or a soft brusli wltli It and draw this Mirouglt your hair, taking one small tlrand at a (line; by morning the gray hair dis- appears, hut what delights Hie Indies ivlth YVyolh'a Sego .ind Snlnhiir In that, besides beauti- fully darkenine Jho hair .alter a few applicationsr ,lt also pro- duces that soft lustre nnd ap- pcaranco of abundance which is EO altrhetlvc; healSes, prevents dsnlruff, Itching scalp and .fnll- ttio lialr. J. D. Illglnbothara ft Ltd., Agenla. ra' Caoada, htfwever, tho 'minimum weights for doub'e-decking ot sheep re afl follows; I bert'a Archie Cnir.f Alej. Lbs. Louise Knnpman, Paddy' Bbw- Double deck, not over lonK 23.000 man, -Norman McCirty, Kugew par- Doable deck over SSft. and I Symonds, r .Gertie under 551L Shaw, Riclurd Urabb, Geitie Wymin, ouble' -deck not: Aahcroit, Frank Davcoa, Percy lr' 2816 Junior Claiente Morrisv-.Marioa Biirrell, Krank I Annie- Merle Reid; Eva Sullivan; Rebecca Hurst; Wil Ham Laing; Ejbie Couilry; .Percy Bu- chanan. Class average 46A4 Griie licQowan; Nessle Robertson; Mons -Walton; Janet 5Ic- llyeoa; Samuel McClowan; Tlenie Van Is permllfed to con- Agues Hamilton, a single car, and re' I.urtqvew' Robbins, .Ives nn allowance therefor of J5.00' Catherine Freeman Jolirj'-: Ramm, Hyeoa; S.K.MI r- >r car, the deck BO furnished becom. Gforge Taylor, Fred, Link, Charlie Lilh; Btssle Carter; Ethel Wash i Iho properly of 'the carrier. lam Karl Dodds, Class M'erage brook. Bert irthor direclcd to sny that in Ivast- 58.93, _ .i.n .Miss Hardy, teacher. liiss Hardy', teachrr': GRADE IV.-Ilume r' 281600 Blunt, CliHord Hanly, Johh Elurrell, .Slice Mamie Miles, Miss C. Trcnholriie.'tiJcheT. CJRADB .-V'innl- us distinguished fro'rfl deck the -prairie prov- murd' Is KIDNEYS NEED WATER DRINK PLENTY, ALSO' TAKE SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS Slill, "Qc6Rvcy }Ro.w1ey R I.ydlsJiatdy 2 Ahn ReifieiU'on, Wjlllam.Qulr.e, j Ar- thur Grceni 'Gordon Morrison, ''Ian Hcolt, Illisnic- SIcynMrt, -Jlabel.Mc noiitc'n Hutton, JuV.Johnson JO.CO Matiil Herbert Hardy, ;K'eS on ndh. Farriiw, -fUniglis- Kllwy'n, Dot 57.60 73.50 Robt. McCamblf, Static Sea. 15'ic. 35.GO "ian, Kltatior hutrfll, Jol.'n Smith." J2c. Miss IJawspn, teaclier.-'- It TV-HI bo' seen from thl. Hut If tho f'RADE V -MafRatjl Oibbw, !lit Oth elm rale, 'which noi-r..a1ly ?.p-llh chljrch. pllcable on livestock movem'enta v.orc Tnado use of, it would. In the oaso o( .CATARRH to i Ef Relleirirt 24 Hours Eccti Cap- It rfeitt a car with double deck load, give in J Hie'.cases cited higher total rale q- ibari.la'tho of doublo deck i movement under yours truly, na of douo i-EETWOOD SCHOOL I. L lor- Smitli; Thonias Doris t .Alan PetU; Kslherine Marguerite Norman' Pat lerson; Chrlsllna Ferrier; Kathleen Mareliall; Doris' Holt -'-William Klrig. Junior: Cornlck Amelia' Elva .Harris; 'Claude McGuire Norman. Reginald Bunco Noreen Arnold; Clar ence Svdney'Tnckwe'.l; Alfredii Graves: Jack Randle; Lelta Ethel Vlrian Spence. Grade. I. M. I. ior Mahon. Erma Nlch- Albert Flo'rrie Carpen- ter: -Archie Marr; Carl BJorkblade-. Frank DodmtTi; Forbes: Ella licVean; .Leslie Jlolt; Anna psllnnd. Jeffrey'.'Williamson; Mack Ford; Marr (on'-.-McIver; ennle LlrigarQ1; Rrrql i Dickie; Preston-Pul- ley; tiyie Boii'cli; ..Junior, KniBO; Hel- Campbell McVean; 4 i! COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Has your morning cup of coffee a full rich flavor and delicate aroma? If not aEk for BLUE RIBBON coffee when giving jour neit order and notice the difference. You will be agreeably Blue Ribbon Tea. Colfee. Baking Powder, SPII.JS and Kilned all Isobel Ivey Bo-ack; Willis adley; Mclver; John Parry; Allan Donald- son; .Mary Archbold. Grade M. Lily Fenton: Flora Qtosbesan; Lewis Duncan Forbes; ,Dorothy Charllo Bang; Bertram'col Her; Lalla Ulesetli; Paul Feller; Ed- Hh Ahrens; Jainea JIcRae: Mair Wat- kins; Velros. Sanderson; Hush Coutts; Lillian Bennett; Arthur Ah- reas; Genevlsve Pulley; Cicely Apple ton; Bessie SraitO! Louisa Ford; Rita Alrtl; Annie McVean: Lawrence Hill; Lomont Pulley: Dorothy Cudoba; Wil He Marr; Delbert rreeburger; Mary ScolL Gride Robertson; Lucy Ingram; Dena Huff Hilda Jlcllillen: Arthur Westtey 'lolet Bennett; Freddie Faunch Charlie Jonei; Ray Fuller; Rober Dodman; Peter Smith; Winnifrei Martin; Willie Henderson: Francl 'orter; Stanley Holt; Venetla Hoji good; Katie Robertson; Hari ipence; Ella Spenca; Dudley Holt George Frache; Tom Archibald.; Wa ter Kunsl; Winnard Ford; Alice Don aid; May Hopgood. Grade D Church; K. Terrifl; 0. Fullerton; C.' BJorkblade; C. Kippen; .M. Janle Chalmers; Walter 'ere; Willie -Miller; KUic! 'lluret; aura Bourne; Jessie Hurst: Fraak ones; IJorotliy Andrews; Ar.cJrew Grade Charles Ascrolt: Sara unnlngham; Janet Tecant; Joa Poclie; Rosy Ponech; Gurr; 'rank Vere; Nettie Campbell; Iriea Vilsou. Grade Buchanan, Mary Cralgen, Harver loTan, Elizabeth Ward; Btaaley Har- Marjorle Browne: greavea: Annie Waterhouse; Smith; Arthur Penile; Ruit Robert Kergan; Clara lleaton; Daisy Holmes; Jean Logan; Flora. Cain; Br. nest Willetts; Richard A'. bert Browne: Victoria Miller; Oliver Sumner; Lester Hedonstrom; Dorothy John Ltnnlng; Walter Cook; Lena- -Radley; James Millar; Joa Szabo; Jiinnie.- Hazen; Wtanifred Storiely; 'Arthur Cain; .'.Grace iMc- I.ea'ry; "Wlnnltrca Grant; Hilda Harrledn; Kathleen Dig- gory; Iva Jones.''.. Grade, (Mr. 'iJariha :kerjan; Richard Mallen; Frank Sulliran; Ada' Foster; Joseph Simm; Eben WTylle; Kornian A. Armstrong; N. J. Woslyng; A. Covell; D. Sydal: S. Woslyng: B. Alien; I. Baiter. Grille Sel- lens; R. Inman; E. Kiust; ti. Parry; N. Hobison; V. Beaton'. M. Geoghc-; gan; D. Tiickwell; E. R. Nlven; I. McVean; fl. Smyth; -M. Don- aldson; .1. Johnston; p. Wakelea; A. Casraden. GALBRAITH SCHOOL 'ox-; son: Laura Hobert Crafgra; ,3lary lor, Wlllln .Mar, James Murphy, Sam llavlrr, Hazel Pfrry, Res Wlllnmson, .Jacob Ficnstcin, Louise KlnrVs, ICI- Icn Arrl.ilinld: o kidney trouble whtlo it is only trouble. Fbr'enle by J. D, Hlglnb Ltd., druggists, 3hM.'. kronirig; Stanley Slarks; Alma MOCT; 'Weiifall McCras; Elfle. Field; MirUt) -Jph'nfon; iVIctOfla Cross; Fiink'' '-Joyce; Edna Porter; Florence Wicks; U6ydf'Boich; .J vGn.de il.'lMUi CrOifl; E. Trellvlngj M. Pod- ger; N, L.- Sang; L. C.'Donaldfoni-E. Hallworlh; S. Bea- (pn; Walt: G. Ftlmrr; B. Ramsay, y SwIor.r-E. .Hufl; F. Scott; A. Mc- Forbes; G. Earlleti; jrnllh; J.- Heisey; G. .Tohnsto-i; N. tii'ml; W. Emery; H. 0. Pul- ey; J lI'Brooks; X. Geoshegan; i. Frache. C. Watermin) ijlollf Jofiri John'stoa Ophstance Grace Bennett Toni; Ed m'lifid SeHen.sVduhyor Hansen; Kath leCjii frf-nves: ErncBt-Applelon; Allc Beaton; Edtilo ;N'eve; Percy Joyce L-ennps Elton; Haroli Bennett; 'Freddie Robins; Edward Kloj; Muriel Williamson. urlel Wesllcy: Wnltc Henderson; Lf.onarcl Joyce: Ollv Hamsjy; Colin I'clta; Vord; Grade (Mill Chen-.olll: Sydney. Bourne; Teddle Radley John Kolar; Alblca Chem- oili; Lewis. Leish; Mike Swedish: Sarah Ward; -Stargaret Logan; 'Ar- hur Farke; Alice Fox; Ada Sum- mers. BaSlison: Hetty Tunnell; Vwa Webb; Annie Kotar; Agnes Van Dim; Annie Hart: Flor- ence I.amestcld; Ida Leigh; Willie Parke; Lhzle Ralatna. Bertl; Giovannini Cre- dlco: Harold Sason; Helen Kouiar- Leshllda ChemollI; Willie Willetts. Gride Lewis; David Bariosi Norman Fallen; Charllo Funnell; Wil Ho Byrora: Johh Rosaino; Gordon Charest: John Talbot; 'Marlon Ral ston: Ahblo Fisher; Frank Zaraseil: Mary Alarchuk; Jph Chalmers; John Fozard; Alex. Lin nlns; Ejnlly Qowln; Renard Fox Kathleen Balrd; Hector Peacock Tom Irishman; Willie Cocksrill Beta Banip. Wylle; Nellie Me cer; Ethel Ross; Hnrry Ford; N'elli Norton; Beila Lengyal; Eraesl Bod Qrade E. M. Elsie Talbol; Rebecca Rljey; Mau Moore- George Hugh Bryan Falkland; Hazel Andre Logan; Lilian Ernest'Me ceV- Harold Wia. Chalmers; Bessie Balnl; Mary Badnor; 'Annie man; May Jlain; Gladys'Peacock; Llllie Jiorris; Henry nle Folkland. i--' Grade Hedeastrom; Maggie 'Ascrcft; Grace Pafsons; '.Willie ''-Webti; greaves; Conrad' Tambqr; .-Tom' Lo- Koinar; Winnie. Sear; Alex. Clemens Piroch. HARDIEVH-LE Grade teakley; Ransom Violet sh; iThelma r Peter ZS'-'-: Buck: Albert Oca; Hugh nobert Doir; :-John Bobtaes: .harlie Mary Jlearoi; Ivor Lewis. Gride Chobatat; Dora Harris; Maria CiemenU; IJii- Edlih Margaret Uenes; Ruby Greep; ,Em- ly .Mitchell; Helen Albert; Annie LIT- Boer- Hirold Hcatoa. Grade Ella.. Waler- ho-ase; Howard Jessie aruk; 'Maggie Cocks. Grade IV.i-Annle. Rutkl; Mary Ttireatliil: Elvira ClemeeU; Felli Pic oc'n; -Jeanlo Dqsr, Catherine Smith, equal; Tom Christie; John Wright. Qrade Wright; Hirrr ThreaUul. Grade Bteakley, 89 jer cent Mezaros; MBrgnret-Eopi; John Albert; Mary Susnir; John Kos- ownn: Leona Harris; WlnoU. Cocks. Class Aleert Ofgood; Nellie Mitchell; M'rlght; llinnio Balociowtl; Jlar. garet Gergely; Charila Rutki Cliu Florrie Ash; Annie Tommie Dow; Stevo Gergely; OtUleb gpiedeil John Ixnris; Rosle Palamscbit; ilary Bod- nauV; Tommie Hajris. dementi; Joe Trehub; Ziiad-- y; iMlnrJe Blzoye; Joe Petrenych: )eo'rge George SUnko; Nik Hendstrom: Mllchril; David lop; Theodore- JUfgaret Tennant; Ro'o- ert Hodgson; -Madge Peacock; Cecil Vllllami." '.'.'-.V Orade: p. Charestj Verner-Norman; Lizzie um'ner; -Llldt joe Swedish HirryJ Her man'Cockerill; Xr-llle Olive toorei Isa Witnoti: Paul. Hoss; Allc Azaruk; Joe Boblnes; Julie .Christie; Susnar; "Annie Roy Hopkins; Lottie Buck. Brantfprd city council refused to allow the gas company six months In which to put In apparatus to purity natural gaa from Tilbury. A United'States geologist reports that tie Grand PaclHo glacier In Alaska, which receded In 1912 and brought the harbor of Glacier Bay Inalda tiie Canadian border, hai slip- ped buck 4000 feet Into American ter- ritory. SHOE POLISH ;