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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J Tht Castle Hotel * J � Beat Dining Room In Southern * * Alfecrta *  NEW AND UP-TO-DATE * TEe Lethbridge uaily Herald � THE PLACE TO STAY  * When in Lethbridge � � M THE DALLAS HOTEL  Just A rr 1 ve Another Car of Favorite Stoves and )0er b. 20c Roquefort Cheese per lb. 60c McLaren's Imperial Cheese in all sizes �k8s> p�r doz. 35c Flour, all kinds kept in stock Geo. Kerr & Co. Grocerice, Fruit, Vtgetablee and Crodiery Phone 1453 For Something Extra Fancy in Northern Spy Applet try our No. 1 B.C. Spies. They are the Finest Apples that have ever come into Lethbridge PRICE__ PER BOX $3.00 THE GOOD CO. ^ High Class Grocers '�^ Phone 525 Prompt Delivery ^ FINE SHOES AND HOSIERY ALL THE BEST MAKES FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN NELSON ^ GOW Phone 762 P.O. Box 670 I WE TOOK IT! last week-the cake for the best slide at the Lycum; the reputation for best grades and lowest prices anu We have imum expense. NO ORDER TOO LARGE Daily Jouraals | Pocket Diaries | Calendar Pads | I Binding Cases | i Blank Books And all necessary Office Supplies ROBERTSOII'S BOQXSTORf New Whitney Blocli ^lenta for Underwoad Typewriter Phone lies. 1 i! m Nothing Extra, ONLYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This bas been our rule for nearly quarter of h century Please keep the law-a Do-miiiion statute - and have consideration for our employees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. � On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. �4 p.m. to 5 p.m 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. For oth^r urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell LETHBRIDGE �e*sf3t-3ecH J.D.Iiipbotftain&i;o.Ltil. mm m nmmi mnm THE WEATHER Lethbridge 28 17 Clear CITY AND DISTRICT H. L. Helgerson, president of the Helgerson Land Co. and president of {tho Gr-s-s-sy .La.Ve-Rank, ha.s .r i . , -would be too soon to prepare for an they can of their last few hours and exhibit of the size and scope that take their new members to the Club should be held for all Canada. The tonight. If this is impossible get force of this argument has become so their money, for all cash taken to-^'^'*'' 'fjl^e majority of those upon . , , . ... , . 'whom tl�e consideration of such mat- night by any member will count m ters has devolved that the decision the contest. There are several runn-jto change the date to 1913 is now ing pretty dose for the gold ring so agreed upon, anyone who would like this magnificent ring will have to work. Dr. G. T. Ives has moved to Sherlock Building, offices 219. Phone 463. ts-a subject of Imprdvement of School Grounds by. Tree Planting. A short j programme for the evening has been arranged by the City School Board. The marning session of the second day will be taken up with the discussion of resolutions and in the afternoon the delegates will visit the Lethbridge schools. ' The following resolutions havo been Tcceivrd by the Secretary: Resolved that the Department of Education be requested to authorize the charging of interest on arrears of school taxes at the rate of ten per cent, instead of six per cent, as at present. Resolved that the Department of Ed ucation be requested to make the agreements between teachers and trust- Agricultural education. Inspection from the Trustees' standpoint, Salary Schedules, the use of school gardens. A representative of the Department of eilucat,ion is expected to attend the sessions of the Convention. A suggestion to have a committee from the Trustees' Association appointed to confer with the Department when the School Ordinance is being revised has been approved by the Minister of Education. Exhibits of srhool deaks, maps and other exhibits will be on display during the Convention in the Hall, from the Geo. M. Hendry Co., Toronto; the E. N. Mover Co., Winnipeg, and the Western School Supply Co., Regina. All School Districts in the province are entitled to send delegates to the convention: city or town districts. two delegates; rural districts, one delegate each. Fees are due and payable at the convention or may be sent to the sec-rtary in advance: rural districts, one dollar; town districts, two dollars; city districts, five