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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Quality andpnrity combine to make Black ^Qd WMte .Scotch-Wiiisfty /. fh eX standard''of THREE TEACHERS DISMISSED ; AND AUfe OTHERS' SAL-ARl�a REDUCED THE BEST! FOR .1>i O. ROBUN, Te Get Your Farm?Home fFoiti thJKtbaiiamaii Patlflc; An immense.-area, ot tlie most" fer-j .tile Iknd in We6ter� Canada for sale' af low prlceB and easy t?nns, ranging ^rom 111.00 to t30;00 for fanu Uaid^ �poitimity to Increase your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neig^ors. ror literature and particulars apply to A. F. Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands DepL of Natural RetourcM C.P.R. IPALGARY - - - ALBERTA Mncleod, Aita., Jan. 8.-Following the example of the Town Council, the Macleod School Board has been en* igaged .several days this week in considering how the expenses of running J the school can be curtailed, and, as a result of their deliberations the .services of three teachers have been "dispensed with, and' practically the ^hoie of the staff have received a sub-jttan^aS cut Jn their salaries, while 'other  expenses connected with the ruiinin^.,of the school have been reduced. . * -The primary class of the school for children between the ages ot 6 and 7 has',been dispensed with, and the small sohool south of the track has >:Ueen closed and the pupils transferred to *the main-PuMic school building. ; The financial situation ot the town Tias been full>- laid before the Board >.by the members'of the councM, and it the reductions already made are not sufficient, a further paring will be made, as both the town council and the sohool board are this year determined to keep their expenses down .theJRficif^Leiraceivedi. The cost of running the schools last year amounted to $21,000, but the Board will have to be satisfied with a very great reduction this year. The following reducUons have been made in the salaries ot the teachers: CP.R. PROMOTION ; Moose Jaw, Sasfc., Jan. 9.-H. J. tlumphreys, car service agent and fuel agent of the C.P.R. here, has been promoted to: position of car service aga&t tor western lines, with head-quarters at'Winnipeg, and leaves at onoe for^his new.dutiea. MEAT CAUSE OF KIDNEY TROUBLE fFakaa glaaa of Salto if your Back ' Hurts or Bladder bothers-Meat f�rmt uric acid. It 7�u Must have Tonr meat every aky,e*t Itjibut flush your kidneys with vsaitsAocMitonaUy. says a noted authority' who teUs OS that meat forms ;;farlo add; which almost paralyzes the Udneyft W their efforts to expel it : itronistheiitt sing-, gisb'and; weaken, then yon suffer wlth-l ,:a�''dail} misery in the kidney -i�gion� �isharp; pains'in:the back or sick head-ache,/idlisiBes8. your stomach sours, ::tongue'l8';(!oated, and when the weath' er' is,have'rheumatic twinges. ' ^ full ot sedi- ,?ment,- the^channels often get sore and �If^tated,'.^QbUKlnK"yQu to.tseelcrelief 'tW0;.4a^thxee Jtimes daring the night. ;-T6 'nentniU^ irritating acids, ';t6; cleanse the kidneys and flush off ' the bodj^'s .urinous waste get iour ounces,,of Jad Salts from .any phar> v.macyhcmretake a tablespoonful In.a ,'giass ofi:?waterlfefore breakfast for.a few'days^rand your, kidneys will then ' net fine. This famous salts is made adidlot: grapes and lembn Juioe. '�ombinied with '.Uthia, and has : been used'ioi; generations to flush and stimulate^ v'sluggisb kidneys, also tr neutralize/fhe.acidsm urine, so it no . longer-^ irritatesiii^^thus ending bladder weakness. " Jad Salts :1s InexpenslTe; cannot in-]ure,i an\l, makes a delightful- effenres-cent^lithla-wister drink; '.Sold'by'J. Di Hlginbotham A Co:; Limited; llBinliiiiieatlipi^ r Bis fltliiia v^^ i'^^ystems need repairing or itattentionof any kind, send ;*?lfOT lis. -We can put them Jj^inflrat class woriung or- -;der. The StanM Pium^ing Co. .Office KNAPMAN � Phones: 1028.-After 6 p.m. 1892. 322 Sixth Street South, : Opposite Herald Principal Mitchell, High sohool, from J160 to 1120 a month; Principal Mc-Gk)wan^ Public school, from $120 to JlOO; 'Miss, l;ody, Miss Gundry and Miss Bodkins from |83 to 75 a month, and Missnett from $75 to $70. The services of Miss H. Bbwen and Miss C: Clark were dispensed with, the ta-A ladies receiving a month's salary In lieu of notice, and it Was also decided, not to,re-engage a teacher for the primary grade in the place of Miss Maheri who has resigned from the school.' The salary of Secretary-Treasurer Bi Forster Brown was cut from |200 to 1100 per annum, and even the salary of the caretaker will later come in for pruning.' The\redactlons in staff and salaries already^ made will mean a saving of approjarijately, �3Z0O, while the saving in other ways win be even larger than this-amoant The adrisaMlity of charging a fee for Htgh School pupils has also been frnfly dlsenssed, and wlilie the sohool 'wiU: lose their annual grant from the;department, It Js estimated that a far larger sum than the grant will be collected in this way. ANNUAI.MEEIG OF CHRIST CHUUCH CAME THROUGH YEAR . IN- GOOD. : SHAPE- . NEW OFFICERS m PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited R. Freight Sheds Offlee Office Stables 1163 462 1664. rtin's Baggage Transfer mm JtTacIeod. Alta., Jan. 8.-The annual meeting oti.Jibe parishioners of Christ Church was held in the Parish haH on Tuesday evening last, at which a large number of parishioners were present,, - A: most encouraging financial' statement was presented to the meeUng by W. M. Campbell. K.-C., and tihe members of the church and otfi-1 cers were: heartily thanked by the | Rev; Watkina,A. Powell; vestry clerk Hu'i;enn�nt; vestry, A. H. Allen, A, w! ~ - iforstCr ..Brown, W. M. JP, Dean. D. O. Evans, '^H.-Grlfflth; S, Heap, Nai>per and G�orge . . ________ , _. irSjVA. H.' Allen and T. ^0(ii$in';: ';dei^ates to synod the ^Vmaens;:dal:^comml^tee,.D. O. Ev- h^^n-vfiVthe Hua8j)^i�7^ay-,Co.^ WHY pEpaiid, pANcl^VNjkxc. �: , SO FREQUENTI^^lI^' , � An intemaUOBKl -^'spaeJaliit .-{irbose articles on stomaioh.-traiitile' have.' been printed in nearly ivJafyMariijiaiej � cently stated tVatm'^tAkVJheJareW! age case of stomach;'^3tKil�le,' Indiges-tion. dyspepsia, eie^.tfj^^doctorliU; the stomach, killing. tHe;: vWn^S||1ttii OlHateB, ar by the use o|>;Mt|mlv''alds^^l^^ gestion such as ^'pain|ib^.'pahc}|eatlnj was just as fooUsbij(navvii�ele'S8 >as to "t-t tp nt ontiafire'iby. throwing vr&ter on the smoke,^Instead d't the uo. Ho claims,'iRdd' taota seem,.to  1. o intnt, "that" nearly >>^nine-tenths of all stomach';>tr.oubie'l^ due to acidity and food .fermehtatioili; and that the only "way. in--which to secure permanent relief is \to. get rid df the cause i.e. to neutralise 'the acid and stop the fermentation; Poi; tlilS^p^js pose he strongly "reconimendB the Tpitai now generally adoptfed; throughout urope of takin^.a-teaBpOontulbf.ordinary bisurated magnesia in a. little "ater immediately after,/eatlnfe or whenever pain is felt. .,1?his immediately neutralizes the acid^ stops the fermentation and permits the stomach o do its work in a normal manner 'nd thus by removing the cause, enables nature to quickly restore the in-llamed stomach lining to a perfectly ealthy natural condition. Fot tlie convenience ot travellers it may be ited that most cirugglsts' are now 'Ale to supply ibisurated magnesia in sain ta.')lets, 2 or 3 of which will ilmost instantly relieve the most vio-nt attacks of indigestion.-^Advt. VOTES FOR ELECTION U.M.W. of A. OFFICERS Fernie, B.C., Jan. O.^The official,report of the canvassing board of District No. IS, U.M.W. of A., showing the result of the late election has been given out, from which the foHowing figures are taken; , For President-..... Wm. Phillips ...... ... ..... 2257 J. Price.......... ... ... ... , 936 For Vice-President--, W. Graham ... .... ... i.. ... 1540 D. McNab ... ... v..;... 504 R. Levitt ... ............1133 For Secretary-Treasurer-- ' A. J. Carter., .i ......... ... 1970 J. Brooks... 1149 For International Board Member- D. Rees ... ,,. �.. ... d.. ... 2209 R. BrcOks... ... ... ... 839 For Fraternal Delegate to W.F.M.-- R. Levitt...... '.i, i.. ..." .7 994 T. Uphill ........ ... ... i.. ... 889 D. McNab ... .... ... ... .... 331 R.-Cakes ... .c.; 481 B. Nugent... ..... ...... ... .196 Board- member for Sub-Oistrict 1 Fernie-H. Martini' by acelamation. ' Wm. Altbff, a German, was apprehended bv the provincial authprities, and la held at the city,Jall.pending investigation., LIBERALS WILL NOT.^ . OPPOSE -FIVE SEATS Ottawa;. Ont. Jan. 8l-The party leaders, have comejto an.' agreement whereby there .wiW be, acclamations in the tiye bye-elections now /pending.' Conservatives .will be returned in the four seats formeris hejd by sup; pOrters of the govemmont, and a Lib-l^eral in the one seat formerly held by an opposition member. The seats in which .Conservatives will be returned by acclamatlonjare Jacques Cartier, Terre Bonne, London' and Prince Albert. A Liberal wih be returned'^without opposition In Westmoreland, the seat of Hon. H. R. Em-mersoh. The bye-electioos; will be held at once. ,....... ...... ALLAN LINE Winter Sailing.; , ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at H^lWaxrone day Lster S.S. Scandinavian ...... Jan^ 22 � S.S. Pretorian Feb. 5 ; s;s. Hesperian ..........Feb. 12 S.S. Scandinavian ..... Feb. 26 Excellent accommodation available in all classes.: Tickets can be secured for friends and irelatives In the Old Country, ami all; arrangements made for their passage to their homes in Canada, by applyingcto any authorlxed agent, or W. R. ALLAN, General Northwest Agent; . WINNIPEG, MAN. ' ires tea' IN ^LEABTOF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEAV^ivE "TwcIt* StoriMoi SaUdCgaifrt" Absolately fireproof-concrete, atml and marbls. EnUrfed lobby. . New Grfll-flneaton Cuast: EUROPEAN PLAN-$1 ptr d>yi Witli Bitlu-$2 per A�j sp Niitloe isiliei^by 'given tha^i all .liieK sttns having,plaims against.tha E�Ute of. John'August Neldig, ialte dCthe city., 6t Ii�thbtidge,7ln the Pr6Vini>e,'ot Mna, who-died on the>8iOth'.diyrofi May 1914, n%ar the City of LetHbridg^s,-in the ProvlAoe of AlbQttaf UeneoAber ldl4, tty tHe .'District Coutt d'i'.thefi triot.,or,lj�th' idsdn, r6f Albert*: a stat'�ntc)ht of any aeciii befor^.tlifi.- .JM^thtei, yvorifle;! qt^ali^dalms will dlspOBOAbf, asaetBs ofs:;thWBa1d deceased,.-,andJlwiU -'awt hc': liatiji^i -'for any parti4��ftof ,tO:iatkif; p'er?| whose ciait^^'^-^^i'*'''^'''*'^; tliien'v;}iave: received nol^beA -. ' . ' ' ,'' '-Dated 'blifl7th diy-flf D.eceiwb^y, A.D., iOM'.,-lv"; ^' ^' By herLEY ' iROAD GASEi Medicine .^Hafe Alta., Jan. 9.-The/ judgmenfol^irustlce Walsh, in the fa-i^ mous VaUey;';Road cnijo Was .handedij down in � ta^or: 'ot the plalntim; aiidr the city is completely restrained from;, proceeding With-work, on the road/.the injunction bejng established, . This was'-artarge issue in th.c municipal campaign; and the injunction was sought against the action Of the-council which Ivas defeated:in ..the recent election. :.' . Seed f# Sale Orimm variety This ^sesd j la;i>rtlform|^^^^ )tialtt^;V^ ^A'coi;matrn4>' Ih Al- ft fHipd) -^^STIRLIMG, >^CBERTA. in CONSERV^LTfVE" ELECTED Woodstock, Jan. - S;-M"Jarleton county, in a bye-election for the Leg-: islature yesterday, elected B. P. Smith, Conservative, over R.L. SimmSj Liberal, by about 700 majority.. " �;|'%otifeei8.hereby given that I have taken r back.'my> restaufunt. business which'was^spl4to�^yJrig.Slng Tong on dee. 3l8t  lait,\.notice of which was plililished In this paper. � 1-^vlll not be responsible . for , debts contracted by Wing Sing Tong. Hereafter I will own and i^anagie the'business. Any peraons having bills against Wing Sing'Tong orhaviiig had any dealings with him which X should know of are requested to-call on or .before Jan-iiafy>13th.'  v.-;.: HOP SING, ; . � Barons, Alberta. THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 12 ! . .0!CLOCK\ NOON. CLASSIFIED .'c:-ADS'MUST BE DELIVERED BY "-THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION SAME DAY AS OR-. DEREO. acaurate. A youhg Woin^ ,. an .whonl you'll, be' glad to adl((^to your offlee staff. AWANT tOopyright. ttUitji D� #pr��t PoitirJ) 25 woras, as cents an insertion. Sis Insertions for tho pnce of Four. MUST BE PAID JN ADVANCE TO RENT TO RENT-Large .comfortable Air-nished.rqom in large modern house, centrally, located, to respectable young man or young woman. Apply Box .4 Herald. . 24-^0 WANTED-To rent by young married couple, fi-TO or six roomed furnished modem ibunfealow, centrally located, tor summer or longjar. Can take possession any time. Apply Box 17 Her-aid office. 23-8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS FURNISHED ROOMS-Best location and outlook in city, comfortable in all respectu and . at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. . 23-0 MASSAGE 8UPERPLOU8 HAIR REMOVEO-r SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M. Holmes graduate oMhe ^Pennsylvania- Orthopedic Institute,^ Medieal Massage and'GymnasUcs^ (Swedish); Bleotri-cal Vibratory aUa Therapeutic Light Treatments, HleEtrolysis and Shampooing Treatnients given by appointment only; Room 1. HuU;^Blk. PRnrATB HOSPITAL PRIVATE H0aR4TA.L. - Mrs. Van Haarlem's PiTvatO Hospital and "Maternity Hom"er--'Sp^eial rates iglv-en on application. 1224 7th ATenuo / South. Phone 746. NURSING MISS L. F. McKEE-Graduate of Samaritan Hospi^ and Rqtunda Hos-piUl, Ireland.'Medical, surgical arfd, obsterical nursing. 701 5th Avenue' South. Phone"793. 12^-0 MEDICAL OR. W. 8. 6ALBRAITH-Physician, ' Surgeon, Accoucher. Hours 2-3; : 7-8 p.m. Office 914.Third Avenue. Phone 1253. DR. McNALLY-109 Sherlock Block. � Residenoe 1266 Sixth Aven,ue, Office hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DR. -TAYLOR-Ear. Eye, Nose, and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by ap-'pointment/ Phones:� Office ^41,.' Re-! sidence 693,,,, .. . , ;, DENTAL DRi ,M, J. GIBSON-rDentlst, graduate ' otHoyal College of Dental Surgeons, . Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. Phone 1Q71 STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY-IVIIsa H. Brown, 415 5th St. S. Hours 10 to 12; 1 to 6 or by appointment. Tele- . phone 166C. Reaidence 720, 299-0 PIANO/TUITIQN PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. .WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN *'potato'ESWjVhole- . sale and retail, ir/ill ^^V^rieties . of � hay: timothy,'alfalfa,U J)lae ^Joirit ' mixed hay, upland hay; ^oat.ii(^y .and straw. Mixed carloads-^a; spfcjalty. Storage for householdi' goodsi �etc., cellar space for -Bunch,of. Isess,. iodar ..da5�)>.Tloon in flfont ,ot'Ooiirt.J Ownler/aijply. at lleraiCL .ptOp^, ^ upST-J-tfitj^^iess eyef-gl�S8e�:4B' Dtt.?7tH-'Av6. befv#eoffi^E!t'.n Schweitzer's Bakeryi'^ialsOvsmall gun-, metal watch held by blufl' rJ,t)i.bon, Owner at SohweitaerM Bakery... (24-1 LOST-A bay hbrae, Weight, 'a^out 1400 lbs., branded - lasy'iM and 7Q on right thigh, .wfrerctit.Sfcaf pn right* 'hook.. Old Rftngdj'':^rohnSDrJlngBi;iUlO reward Jorretunilng'tb; A. .MfvSteer'd. Stirilng._ ^ , '.21-je LUST-A parcel containing a pair ol pink silk gloves and- a.paliiiOf pink Bilk .BbotiktngB. Fintler '-will kindly re-turn^o the Herald Office. 12-t-Ox I SAle--l^wo very, desirableT pro- pertles, lioth weU Jmi>roved. and in the' best iocation.^^We'are'Wl(^JhoId-Ing the' price'as* tioth "are at'a'^^acrl-tloe. It you jvould buy � a homo and save rent this is, your ,,opportunity, N, B. Peat & Co., Agents, roorp 10, Macdonald Block. 2S-� FOR, SALE-C room fully., modern house on 30tt. lot facing east, close In, gas installed furnace, .fire place and gas range in kitchen. Will, sell tor'jaOOO. Terms, $250 caah, balance on terms to suit,'. For - further partlo: ulars apply to Box 39.Herald. 22-1 ITOR SALE-iMnrket gardens, ditches Complete and "every foot iiTlgatodr, $150,cash down', balance 7 years'buys 10 acres, price low; one crop "WlU pay for tho land. This is an exceptional offer and will sell quiolc;. . Arr raiigo to sea these at" once; >aii,t6 at your service. W. M. CJillelan, ,i'222 Third Ave. South. , 2^-1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Stock sheep, 200 to. 2500 bands. Write at'bnca stating ages, breeding and nunibers :of ewes-and wethsTs. Delaney's Limited, iLeth-bridge, ' , 21-0 Wanted-Furnished aiiertment of 2 or 3 rooms for light housekeejilns; must be modern; Vi'puld like ^lano, no children. Must be reasonablei.' Apply t. J. Grlttiths, Dallas Hotel, r 24-1 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Sioillian,'Biitter(iu(P Ccck-srels and new laid eggs. 540 12th St. South. , , - . . 1253 6th Ave. A South. ^ FURRIER FURS REMODELLED-T-Dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed.. Please let us have order as isoon as passible. David Scott, Bontley Com-, piny Store. 222-0 AUCTIONEER W. L.-WILSON-Provincial and Qiiy Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of;�all �^jtlnda" conducted on reasonable 'terms. Wve stock and farm sales a /specialty. Office at the Wilson 'Fuj'- /Blture Co.;'j*tt4 ISth Bt. N. Phohp -.1028.' Residence?Phone 58B. I)own-J swer .itoday WANTED-General s'tore manager; a live experienced manager who is also a real salesman; must come highly recommended and be prepared to stay with 'US permanently. To such a man we otter a first class salary and ,an opportunity to become financially Interested "in a foi'mlng organl/afion. In fact, wo want a man who is prepared to invest $2000 after: be is become familiar v;ith\our business. Address A. B., Box 38 Herald. ,22-1 WANTED-Competent ; general ser vant. Apply 603 5th Ave. S. -20-6 WANTED-r-Men and women to learn the barber trade; wages Avhl^e learning; tools furnished; graduates - make big �� mcney. Catalogue free.' Moler Barber College, 604-A Centre, Street, Calgary, Alta. 299-0 WANTED-Manager rctiulrod, either sex, accustomed to make, big money tor Lethbridge and every city, and town in Alberta'10 control sale ot new money making flolhes washing crystal,, backed by fiOOO guarantee to positively -.abolish- rubbing, washboards, washing, machinoB., Makes washing easy instead of hard work. Every woman wants it. Manager appoints own agents, owns his 'business. Big profits assured and exclusive territory given. Cappjble men 'or women are making $60'*lOg -per week. An-�* vWe^terp. Utilities Co,, FOR sale" or TRADE-Holt Caterpillar . Traction Engine and John Deere Engine Gang fourteen inch ten bottom plows, quick detachablwshoavB all in best of condition. Alqo 3C--56 Rod River Special Separator used but one season and in; first class ,oonili-tion> Win traUo, each or , all for horses or cattle or property, lliat is saleable. h. Crotzer, Rockyford, Alberta. . - 19-J 2 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Cheap," o'no Edison Triumph phonograph, also 130 records In first class condition.'"Apply Box 22 Herald ofllc*!. ' : 3,9-li MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WANTED-To buy'stocks of raer-, .chandise in any line or job lots.'\Vhaff have you got to sell? Give particulars price, etc., to Box 50 Heraldi '19-6 EXCHANGE-20 acres 3 miles", from city ot Lethibridge, all under cultivation and tree water rite; rented tor ,$12.50 per acre cash for two-years; will exchange for stock of raerohaii-dlse or halt section of goojl dry. land. Apply 10 Kimball & Larson Ltd.> 18-0 FURNTshED ROcms-Also .Drest-maklng. House modern, close in ar^d cheap rental; also , moderato . prices for sewing. h. M.Knapp,-Phone, 441, 534 6th St. s.. � . � 19-r-,fi a, Block, Winnipeg, Man. FOR SALE 18 head of Thoroughbred Ram-bouillet Rams in gopd;,oondltlon for breeding purposes.. - , - Flice $10.00 pa* Uead See or write: R. C. Harvey Oreeder of and Dealer >ln;Siieep>; RAVMOND, ALTA. ' ;