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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 5. TTTE LETHBRIDfiE DAILY STORY Of die Growth of the City of Lethbridge-Big In- crease Iri Schools The December aaV for December, average; dally "attendance was'. S61, as Against _U50_ The. percentage was' ex- cellent as against 75.55 last December--The total enrolment lor the' term was Last year it The. attendance ;at the schools.'dur ing December was- remarkably good, no fewer than; eight of the depart having an average .of over 9i .per cent. At the Central school these .were: AUKS "Davey, cent.; iiatt.-yo.lG Mri Long, 91.95 cent.; per cent: .McGurk, 91'.37 ..per cent.; 91.86 per cent.; .Miss Wallace, cent.' bailey cen per Miss Wallace the "attendance ah ex- ceeaingly good attendance for a prihv er class in of. December. Such an .attf ndance sp'eiks welt' for .coth the enthusiasm 9f the pupils and the energy'of the. Shows, Supervisor Hamilton" of tie .attend- ance during the past two which as noting the growth of the -school population dur- ing that time; -In" 1909.there and in 1910 there were, an increase of 340, or'33.7 per cent.: In 19 W there were 587 boys and 577'girls., but in 1910 there were .752 'boys and 772 "girls. the average daily attendance was 595.21, and in 1910'It was The attendance classes during tne two years'were: Kindergarten, 87 anl 145, Standard I., part I., .357 and.434; tStandard L, part II., and 193; Standard II., 157 and 172-' Standard ih aad 234; Standard IV., 107 and 145; Standard V., 77-and Standard .VI., 30 and 36; Stand- ard VII., .16: and 28; Standard VHL, and 16. FORMER ONTARIO MAN 6 GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA Toronto, ;has" reached 'Klora of "the election :Albert Wallace, a native 'of the distinguished office -of governor of California. The new governor, a of Donald Wallace, was born on fathers farm four miles from Elora and was 'brought'up In the township of Piikington. AGAIN CHAIRMAN School Board old Committees The School Board "floral 9 it? held -its nrst board After ly elected members, Dr.- Galbraith and had taken the' 'batik H. at the" request of the old welcomed: the'riew members. Tften' of U.HJohnston; sup- portfid by tne signatures, of Messrs. StewarC Gafbr'altE Taind, Austin, r J. H. i'Jettwood was elected: Mr. Fleetwood expressed a. desire "to retire in favor of Dr.- Gaibraith, -who a mempber of the board fo DISTRICT NEWS BOW ISLAND Kev.-Anderson has been appointed to complete the remainder of the term as pastor Presbyterian church and took'charge last Sunday. Mr. and S. Donnelly re- turned .from'a brief trip to Melita" last week. They had planned to stay all winter but the cold weather sent them back. A four horse load of young people- merry skating "party to the river last-Mouday. .Santa left his best tho nines' home Christmas morning- a. big baby boy. Aliss Alice Johnston is spending tho holidays at Caigary. Mrs. D, Pedersou of South Is- land left recently, for the .Minnesota Hospital for treatment. .Dr. Mills returned last week from a business trip to Careyvale, Sask. .W. S. Donnelly, manager of the In- tenjatioiiu-i machinery business, un- loaded a. car of machinery here recent- ly to be ready for the spring rush. .Mr, and Mrs.; Thos.-Prquse returned from Lethbridge, with Mr Arouse very little the worse for what was very nearly a fatal accident. The meetings of the Young People's Debating Society at Brophy's building Wednesday evenings, are gaining in interest and st ead i ly. '.Everyone cordially Cougfi Cure Cheaply. Made Saves You at holm Oiche.slr.1, pieces peXfiet' hy Present, iii rVrious rainbov, ana several othec some weird, quaint arid- comical Monroe ThU recipe makes 16 ounces of court firsc 'he beFnr the bent' to-last a family KCatlemah; box time, couldn't buy as much or stogies; Mis: Dclbridge tock the M good eougb. syrup for of for-being the Simple as it js, it gives almost In- "dressed lady drew relief usually stops the rtJMer- dolL-for. obstinate cough in 24 hours. icaily drewed appeUto and fjj as an excellent tonic effect. .It is'pleasant to dren Hke excellent remedy, too, .for whooping cough, gore lungs, JIix-2 caps.of granulated sugar with .with one .ciip of warm water and stii minutes. Put ounces of Pinex (50 cents' worth) in a 1C oz. hot- ue anu acid tns oiigar Syrup. It keen8 miiui nm ar. i perfectly, a.. teaspoonful every purdiase of new .uaiforinsV or'three hours. Pine is one.of the oldest and best uwc mis WCPK. known remedial agents for the throat S flle Skating Rink Aiso- is the most valu- i will held, a grand carnival na' able concentrated-compound of Nor- Man-' 16lhl.-Prizes will be dvra -'o the way .white pine extract, and is rich in "the beat guiaicol atd iall :the other natural skater; also to QJS 'f t bjd prettr S11 as expect- bcinS for The proceeds _.--. "Ltt food dgistiemuiait on apprtut, of the 0 N p Michel; is Iran'-- A M oTices at Mr. and Mrs..'W. T, Mood) spent Year's with Mr Mrs ind' SHORTEN TIME TO AMERICA v f 5 Jaa 4 Lord the MacKluMt UM. are sererai' jil trains late each daT n the .teaman.: me other natural .man skater; also to the-best dealing, elements.. Other lady arid, gentleman.. As Clarnhelm will not work in this formula: lias'snmh i Z_ STATEMENT WHIAT vlth.-.this recipe.- 'Your druggist ha tne attempt of the to defile wife, daujhter, S. Aylvrin, -oi the is in: town- todaj-.. on business sr, and Difht ;i'he reeTHs f urn all: the waat it. was for week-.- B. B. Loucks received a tele gram' on Saturday annou'nciri g the .death motlier in K Dakota.-' r.Ju.dJRosbrpugn.. received a telegram rrom "Michigan that his had passed: away. dance .2nd "was pleasant occaslon, but the Iwowdpwas as expected, Lmdquist'soid his bunch of horses, about 250 head, and ttiey-were shipped from Grassy Lake 6n" Mon- day.- of little. Jean Geraldine Hands; the" only daughter'of Mr "and Mrs.. T. "B, of curred at- the 'English church" Tuesda consmitted The law been passed territorial days and hu altered never afternoon.' .Tean was an uniisual bright.lovable child and will be greatl WINNIFRED NEWS Wlnnifred'is coming righ a new addition to Parker's Ih ery barn." Brady's implement house is one o buildings. There: was a', watch party at Mr south east of'town, New Year's Not many .watchers there on ac count of cold weather. A masquerade ball on the 27th, kep :wnis quite kept the'bal in horse his balance. JIS BLOOD ImflMi the bod My v, n blotcho foraNd mB tned Bediciae for the blood -krnd. ef Imt witW rewlts. -What waBtS was a thorough cleaning of the MornT Md I looked about rab for riaili etae that would awowplirti thk At last Dr. Morse's Imdkji Root brougbt to notice, aad the? ef the most woofefto mt _ "i---- __ y irtigCTtioa raaisheC They a place in nry M tic family rceicdTJ Wiu W M until 5 o'clock next morning -McDonald, of Lethbridge, is draw E plans for a new hotel for Bain Davis. A pleasant evening was spent Sun day evening, at Frank Sittles. A bachelors and others were there. Too much Christmas. Mr. Eeeth ittle 'boy, we have heard We have had some pretty colfl mtti but the Chinook start of the United Em- c.d hpr tune a going and warmed tnings up a little. The Wlnnifred Literary Society will meet next Saturday night at the church. Everybody .come. A literary society is to be started in the Fairlighi district south of town .v" general the Tjnited Empire bank, as chair- man and the President and other dir- ectore at members. The liead office of the Union 'bank is at Quebec; thcro is a-slmtlar 'board to. the above-at Win- nipeg, and this makes the third stron- centre for., the .tA large Increase of capital has been recentlv decided upon. MEMBERSHIP OF THE HOUSE WILL BE INCREASED TO 435 Washington, D. C., Jan. con- gressional re-apportionraent will pro. for a total membership of 435 in There vil] be doing whan the debaters from :thisT district nnd Winnifed get together. MICHEL Michel, B. C., Jan. Cook arrived ir. town after spcnriine Christ- mas .holidays at No. 3, Lcfhb-rirfgc, with his parents, who reside Mrs. Rochbn returned to Lethbridge on MoRdr.y, after n lonz stay with her sister, Mrs. McCool, of the Great Northern Hotel. Mrs Price and family, oi Cape Bre- ton, Nova Scoiia. arrived on tfl r J "a m lor'' scoua. arrived on yon_ hoose of representatives accord-J day to join her husband, who resides Ing to present indications. This would herc- raean one member to every of' n" the least from any population. This increase tnat will save every state ____ loss In the numerical strength of it's delegation. EVANGELIST GETS CHECfUE 1 Toronto. Jan. Rev. j. E. Hunter of 512 Palmerston avenue was given pleasant surpriie on Christmas mom when Mr. W: J. Gage and Revs. b; Cleaver and H. T, 1 cd bin a letter wnUninr'a cheque for 3nd with what is to a iecof 12.500, some -VIMO One of Hotel's plate windows was broken on Eve. This plate was valued The thermomet-er reg'stered 32 de- grees below zero at 5.30 oa Monday mornin'g. CLARESHOLM NOTES Claresholm, Jan. enjoyable evening xvas had at the home of Mr and Mrs. P. M. Cameron last whcn a small party of neighbors (needs suddfnly surprised them and took possession, but Mi. Cameron was equal to the occasion and took down his oU fiddle and proceeded t.0 render the Arkansas traveller, and Cvcrv one proceeded to dance, after carronas aud, at Patterson struck3 train and Jd'ledW the town couacil decided' success1- in ever bV TT e was neld at tne': WI.m.1 c ,A-cnczia on. Moaday.night.- The elded to "publish the names of" ;