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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, THF. K OAIKY Hl-UALO gin of according to a prelim- inary report tabled at the organisation meeting ou Wednesday by Secrolary Flootwood. This may be sllsbtly changed by the auditor's report, tut 'It la substantially correct. The eaYlngu were on fuel and In the former case tho mild weaker ot the taU term mulled In a Aavlng of while in the case ot salaries It was not necessary to em- Uloy BO maay teachers es had been provided for Altogether the eipendl- lor the year were The estlrruacB but there fiomo additional revenue whlcU brought the dlfferynco up to enta epidemic, Following U the nt- i report: Enrolment for month IHuy 1C3 with the Gold Soap makes laundry work easy be- cause it is the best laundry soap you can buy. Gold Soap is economical to use because it is better soap and because there is more of it. Each calte of Gold Soap contains a fifth more soap than the next largest cake at the same price. You will notice the size when you buy it. You will notice the quality when you try it. CoJd Soap made in iht Pfocttr ComJfU'Faftoritt at Hamilton, CanaJm minister the quesUou ol the coilctt Ion ot grants for tho education ot nun- ugemcnt. R. P. resident high ai'hool pupilF, Al tin present time there are about 35 non resident pupiLs attendii school, and under the can collect from the Eioy H. j1- '-n'PiiiiK bis fifth year a iiit-p.ilu-r ol pii hi k: Echool was as chairman of bonnl for a l ibu held WeUce-iday eveiuus. is Chair- man Davidson's sevond as chair- uian of ihe boartl, he living held thai position in 1315 The various "-tatnlicp; ommiuee.i struck were v.i follows: the pupt.: reside may also be called upon to pay M tents a day. In chalruian vni Al tilt i the whole board; KmaiK-'-, K. John-' ston, chairman unrl A, IS. llogxi Hup B, Hogg, chairman, anil R. Wallace; Sites and HuUillDga. John. chairman, atul X. JX Johnson, these while I The board IIKR di-tiMc-d that mom' district in j attention is to tie paid to Bchool mat- ibe Tue ttrs this year, and in order that may he accomplished, an additional each month purposes. Salaries The same old qucsllon VrSITTHE SIGHTS ON PACIFIC COAST tlM bla of winter rn VANCOUVER and VICTORIA Becond alteruooti at four o'clock as usual, routine mat- ters will be bundled, white a tecond ___ _ l's sgam mcellng will held HG tho fcurlh troubling the achool board, the salary. at eight oVluck vrlicui detalb schedule. Quile a number of reijucsls be discusEed. in tins the were received from members of the toard hopes tti be In a position to keep teaching etaff. All the principals sub- au matters right up to tho minute, mlttei letters asking a principals' schedule ba adopted by the board. The bish school teachers r.lso asked for ar, Increase. The matter was left over till the end ol tho month meeting. Shorter hours for the pupils in Hie younger grados will ateo be consider- ed at Uie neit meeting as will also ho ot more, music m the chools, improvements to ihe central chool grounds, and other matters ot mporiauco. !SH DAYS EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FRIDA Y SPECIALS JL T: C per pound JL JL C We White Fish per pound Fresh Herring per pound bat the tltne is coming when a super- nlendont of achools will be needed in bo city to co-ordinate the worfc hi the departments and to provide or greater supervision of teaching. There irlll be no bui-ry In making a but the. board wltt have dispatch A Mild-Winter Vacation v flNTKEGREATEST RESORT REGION INTHEWORID'i The school board Is the opinion Volunteered 1o Work in Spite of Grievances About I'av Jan. Press from Renter's irlngs out for the right man from urievances of sweepers hi time on admiralty yesterday made the follow- Eontine business of at (he admirally dono meeting resulted in the fire prance Hs besl as far as th fl renewals, bcJcg submitted o the to retaln the Ken-ice o( auce committee for adjustment, the ymnaalum to the hoys of the United Church on Friday mgtit ot each week. The opa, "While fully -recognizing that ilie by fishermen, neither the nor the admiralty could possibly rompetc tho proceeds derived from the fishing industry. When mine sweepers were asked to con- sider the proposals near- ly all ngreed to them. Yesterday, however, in consequence of sngges- tlooa received, tlie admiralty tele- graphed sas'ing Uiat no volunteers need go mine sweeping, jet about S5 foHowlng are the candidates per-cent, of tho men consented. Hot- contest the eecond election at whero practically mode necessary Jn District 13. U. the men vomnteered. At other UUIUD iiBi.cs5o.j- 'places, where the men were non-resi- dent, the percentage of volunteers VOT M. Christophers. T_flg'- Illairmore; Dave Rees, Fernie. For Dick- enson, Fernie; Alex. McFcgan, Brulo. duoua nature of the For Potter, Fomle; George Christie, Bellevue. For delegate to trjides and labor WheaUey, Bank-! head; Dave tlees, Fernie. For delegate to Alberta Federation of Cacchloai, Wayne; John lolhnston, Coieman. For board member of District No. 2 Urooka, BQlIcvue; John John- ston, Coleman. We have also Ihe following lines to choose from Salmon Kippered Sablefish Halibut Kippered Herring Smelts Finnan Haddie Black Cod Salt Herring Fresh Oysters CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET H. PKONE Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7353 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 138B Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7932 DOMINION MARKET COH. 4TH AVE. AND BTH ST. I. PHONE 1654 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-79M "Xobody appreciated more 1lun the admiralty their service and UIR ar- Adler-i-L Again! "Adler-l-ka has heen worth its weight In gold to mo. U has CURED mr constipation and a serious howe] trouble whtch I had." (Signed) Mrs. Anna Wagner, Slatesfcurj-. Mo. Adler-l-ka espells ALL gas nnd soyr- ness, slopping alomach distress IN- STANTLY. Empties BOTH upper CSpcoial lo Herald) PERN IE, Jan. Junket, the Royal North West Mouutei Police, came in from BIMrmore ami yesterday looking about town ED If Ft sPenl yesterday looking about towr I U land calling upon tho clly and provlnc U ll ljal rolicc. Inspector Junket's visit is in connection with the proposed estnb Thomson. untJ let go on, suspend- ed sentence upon the assurance that iio would steer clear ot the squirrel whiskey and go to work at the camp from whence lie was brought at the time of his attempt to commit the act charged against him. TOO COMMON TORONTO, Jan. Is Bet- iJng aUoffelher loo common, said Judge yesterday he sentenced John Layton to one year in tho Ontario reformatory on the charge of bigamy. had served 12 years in the imperial army and three anil a half years in the Canadian army. SEIZED LIQUOR TOHONTO, Jan. ot (the Ontario License Board on Tues- (From Our Own Correspondent) OXEFOUR, Jan. Current and Edith were visitors from 2-5 Saturday. SI. C. Duncan is busy completing tho fence around his farm in Section 37. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. "Wethercll and family visited at the home of P. F. O. Chisholm Sunday. Sam Cross, our mail carrier, had' J' lishment of a R. N. M. station d uj ht aeUcd a o{ u Jn here in accordance mli the move to b Toronto Erelght yard5 while u extend the operation at that force to Kitchener from Mon- Drltish Columbia. _ _.i British Columbia. The now district lo ne cslablisbed extend from Burmis, in Alherta, the iry, and 13 far to (ho north mnect with tbo same force oreratSng from the main line of thfl This new district will bu wtll rcqulro some thirty or p_ and loner bowel llushme ENTIRE h 0 t ,vin into some imentary ennui- ALI, foul substantial Orien noantiai. tho misfortune to freeze a thumb Vo'propcTly patroi It" MB trip on', week. inspector Junket spent some tltno Tbo Misses Duncan kept open wlth provincial cbief of police Oivoji. house on New Year's Day ar.J enter-( naa an interview with Chief with dinner and cards. i Welahy, of the city force, and return- There js some talk of organizing to uialrmore last night. a public library association hercr und Rppcm lakcfi from the decision matter which poisons system. CURBS constipation- Prevents ap- pendicitis. Wo have Bold Adlor-l-ka many years. It la a mixture, of buck- thorn, cascara, glycerine, and nine otli- slmplo drugs. J. D. Co., Ltd., Advert. It Works' Tells hov; lo loosan a 8ore( tcntftr corn so it lifts cut without pain. Good news spreads rapidly and drug- gists here ate kept busy dispensing of Magistrate HewaU IL the case of the Canadian Dairy Co., in which the Any movement lo induce the C. N- magistrate found the company guilty H. to complete the Maryfield lino to Of having llriuor In Its possession, con- IjCtlibridge will meet with hearty on- trary to law, and in whicli he lined couragenient from this district. Wo tho Iloux owners of tiic have been spending valuable time tor'dairy and cost, was dismissed yeara on long roads, anil bad ones by Judge Thomson today. His Honor at that, instead of on tho farm. Al: however, found, that the liquor hat: present H takes from two to three been illegally seized and ordered i! days to cover the round trip to ihfc: returned to tho owners, which nearest railroad station, but the build- ing of the C. U. should make it possible to reach a elation and return home the samo day. ARE KNIGHTED JXWDON, Jan. of the j done at once, a car heJng in read! I tiess to receive the five kegs ol uac bourbon, and n policeman went vrllh the stuff to tho dairy and received ti receipt for it from Mr. Iloux. Customs Collector, Wm. Gates, will have an other try al collecting the duty on Ihis various British war missions lo Ihe United Stales appear in the Hat of thoso awarded different degrees in the Order of ihe Hrilish Empire. (Jeof- stuff, nnd Ihe (rouble is pot over A. B. McDonald, of Cranbrodk, ncte< for Hie crown and A. de fended. -'trfv niitlnr Pcrcv T ishiev Constable Harry Hughes, ot Natal freefone, the Iher discovery of a ,nut'er' a seizure of a suit tnee of hour cinnati man. which Is said to at Natal Sunday, which contained any corn so it lilts out with Ihe tlnU-j hur J' u- boiUes of the IHegUimate. ant TS. hcen made knight commamlera of the; Jho fflan havl H ?50.w Ask al any pharmacy for a quarter A number of otlior nl costf. anfl wftg mnce of rroexono. which will cost very monihcrs of I ho misatons hayft been Hide, bul IK said to bo suHtclenl to rid one's feet of every bard or soft corn or You apply just a low drops on tho tflndor, itching corn and instantly Iho BIG1FIOF, NEW YORK, Jan. thaft ot worth ot "Liberty bonds camo to light today Lester Cregan and James Tunney, 20 yeara old, vrero arrested, charged with, belnfr accom- pUcca ol Cornelias Ciepin, aged IS, in the crime. "Willi tho proceeds ot a sale of gome of the securities, tho police say, the -srho has not been found, lived like a croc- ans in a Broadway hotel. disap- peared with the houds irhtto taking them to a bank a a it mes- senger. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LLD.. H V. F. JONE SAu'i made of tlic order. ATTACK ESPIONAGE ACT' WASHINGTON, Jan, va fty of tho KapiciiiagG Act was nllnckcd A. man ranifd Hall, charged with stonlltig a ]og chain from tho Adnlph Lumber Company, was hronght in from Waldo last night by ConstaMo Dry- ilen, ami plead guilty today hcforo soreness Is rnlioved, and soon thoM" ft fl1ci' 5" 'ho supremo HowAtt, who gave him 30 corn in 50 Ahfivcleil lhat il lifts out! Jnwea A. Peterson, of Minna-; days In jail. without pain. II is n sticky sirtistanccl'ola. convicted of violating tbo sla- Tony Morello, of ntnlrmcre, slipped Looauso of ariides written liyland fell on tho ice near the water- which dries when applied ami never inflames or oven Ihe adjoin- tiasuo. This discovery .win prevent Ihoir sands of annually locV- Jaw and Infection heretofore resulting from I IIP suicidal habit ot cutting ...___ him while a c.imlldjlo for Iho Hepnb-1 tnnk of the G. N. railway this after- liran noriiinallim for United Stfltr.9 1 noon and received a severe cut on the senator, felorsrm asserted lhat wblch hfid to ho dressed by Dr. act Interfered with the freedom ofjTIonnell. speech nnil ho asked ihe court io sf.i ftsido Ihe nT finr years' Sm- Tirigonajent imposed ft'm. (Julben, charged with attempt, inff fliitclnc In consequence of an over- of Bourbon, SJR JOHN AlUXCenatlM-miv V. C. BROWN, Sup'l of Wejiem RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS Tliis Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on all deposits of and upwards in this department. Small accounts are welcomed. Lethbiidge Branch 8. T. Bryrnner, Manager Warner Branch.....- J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch J. V. Steele, Manager What Cash You Need When Travelling more particularly, when large are beat carried in the form 01 a Letter of Credit, issued by The Bank. Thi? oW established form ft international ctmrn g, is preferred by many experienced travelers hecayw of its absolute security. Letters of Credit are cashed only by tiMiKs banking corporations, and after the identity of holders ia established to the satisfaction of the bank oliiciib. This insures and guards ngalmt loss and theft BANK Head Office: Montreal, Of CANADA, Esfablfihed LBIUtlRIDGB imANCil, P., J. DINNING, MONARCH DRANCH, V. A. BBERLY, NODLnPORU BRANCH. M. A, Actini ;