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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STOIC OF QUALITY." Clearing Sale For 15 Days of all kinds of CROCKERY Before Stock-taking Big Reductions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE J. E FLEETWOOD AGAIN CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD Mtdkf of the 1908 Trustees Fiaancial Sutewit Preseatd Oaraei of Ctnuttees Nuud Mr, Redwood Makes a Few OktrratioBs Ifpyal Crown TOILET SOAP Nelson PHONE 21 Fraser LETHBRIDGE I Ck Bold Hrlinqion I FRED. ROONEY, PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC i EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER J RATES, A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA] (From Wednesday's Daily) The new school board first meeting toy the purpose of- organiz- ing, last night. Secretary-treasurer j G. B. Bowman-was in the chair and 1 all the members, Galbtaith and Stewart, and Mesrs. Fleetwood, Johnston and Austin were present. J. H. Fleetwood, who has been chair- man for the past two years, was unanimously re-elected and C. B. Bowman was reappointed secretary- treasurer. The secretary-treasurer submitted his annual statement as lollows: Receipts on hand, Dec. 31. '06. 714.36 Total collected, 1907.. 1833G1.17 Total Government Grant, 1907 Kindergarten fees 42.00 Amount borrowed from Un- ion Bank Total.. For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE --------TRY-------- N. T. MACLEOD CO. Letlibridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. n w if FDD nn X-r TV have opened offices in Oliver Bloch, 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Majrrath land, nov on the market. We have also a few choice sections in district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. 1 Teachers' Salaries Secretary-Treasurer's salary 300.00 On Debenture Indebtedness For erecting and repairing school house For purchase of school grounds 650.00 Furniture, piano, etc........ School library 45.27 Apparatus and equipment.. 21.20 Supplies 170.73 Water and fuel 733.65 Insurance 269.60 For all other purposes..... 2.034.44 Total OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS To Be Received Jnsold Debentures LiabllitiM Debentures, unpaid Outstanding accounts Total Insurance carried The principal submitted a report showing a comparison of the attend- ance yesterday with thai of January of last year with the note that weather conditions this year are very much different from last, accounting to some extent for the great differ- ence. The report showed: 1907 1908 Enrollment ................373 572 Attendance 074 510 Teachers 13 jg _ Every department except those of the High School is full. Some are crowded so'-as to interfere with the work of the teacher. The chairman then nominated the committees for the rear, which nom ination was accepted by the board: School Management: Dr. Gal- braith (chaiim-au) and the whole board. Finance: Austin John- ston, Fleetwood. Supplies: Johnston Stewart, t Fleetwood. 'Sites and Buildings: Stewart Galbraith .Fleetwood. Chairman Fleetwood thanked the board -for re-electing and welcomed the new members. He drew attention to the greatly increas- ed attendince ,and the necessity for more and better accommodation; at once. The old part of the Central School wasvunfit for use- and' the board should go ahead perfecting ar- rangements for the building of -a new twelve room school. The new part cf school would do for a high school which .should, be formed and- properly equipped. Si, is doubtful if that Made by THE ROYAL 1 Great care should be observed in the selection of the soap for the child1, bath. A child's skin Is so soft, tender and sensitive, that soap mide from even the purest vegetable oils is just a trifle too harsh for it But pure vegetable Oils, combined with foothinff, healing Witch Hazel, us they are in Witch Hazel Toilet Soap, make the perfect soap foi a bath. A skin tonic as well as a soap. CROWN Ivory injurioua coloring matter. LIMITED Winnipeg CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL BOARD A RIDICULOUS SPEED LIMIT Winnipeg, Jan. bill for the regulation of automobiles within the province its second reading- this morning. A of five dol- lars per year imposed under the act and the speed limit placed at twelve miles in the country and eight in" urbanx centres with a penalty of fifty dollars. It will be strenuously fought by M, itoba motorists in committee who wil take the ground that while they welcome regulation and licensing, they consider the rural speed limit ridiculous. TABER TALK Gossip of the Busy Mining Thetast 'l Photographs Tke liilnri Itmlio Hiehest Inns of Work Guaranteed Studio 2Cear A.R an-l I. F eight Office North of Httociou'ij Bay Store R6 ID LETEBUIDGE J. H. FLEETWOOD J. H. Fleetwoo'd, for the third time elected cbairman of the Public Te Be Paid Balance due. heating con- tract 72.81 Balance due. repairs acct... _ 272.00 Balance "5uei building.' acct.. 1.082.21 Balance due, Union Bank.. 3.370.97 Total Surplus on Debenture..... building would long accommodate School Board is one of the old timers the -rapidly growing high school de- U the West. It is fortv-nine payment. The citizens should know since he was bom in Lincoln th-at the board in going, ahead in this !knd, and twenty-four years since j work was %not doing so merely to came to Canada, making Winnipeg ASSETS AND LIABILITIES Assets Lands and Furniture..............___ 5.2G5.00 Apparatus, 296.00 Library 386.00 Unsold debentures Total spend. money but because it was ab- solutely necessaiy to provide room and- equipment for the greatly in- school population of the city. It was decided to continue holding the regular meetings of the board ou the last Monday of the month. The chairman- ahd Dr. Galbraith were appointed delegates tu the trustees convention to be held in his first stopping place. After liv- ing a year in Winnipeg, he came to Indian Head to work on. the Bell Farm. Several years were spen railroading- on the C. a matter of pride and sat- school.' All the stores were short of isfaction to him'. Detroit, Mich., .Jan. to the Free Press from Lansing. says, "Whether the flight over .er the city is from deletrpus matter or some other-unknown sing was seized by a strange malady some time ..during. Tuesday thousands being, stricken! with extreme nascau, accompanied by :PJ'cvaleiH. acute intestinal troubles. From mkl- special lielP- Secretary Schumay of tho State Board of Health. suspecting I that something, was wrong with the city 'water -took''stops to have an analysis jiuidc but it was'not com today. It was learned late last night' Liimt outside the '-vr'ater- disease was quite as m'ine, 14 miles' east, of Burton in the'drifted snow they ventured too close j mountains, the property of Mr. the edge, fell down 150 feet bring- 15 men started ester of E. .C. They started ing a heavy slide of snow with them, this monn'nc at 5 o'clock. from the mine on .24 to spend land were buried underneath. After is stated to'have a brother in Medi- ni-ght until morning and all during the forenoon calls for doctors were incessant. Whole families were strick en. Two boys were found lying on storm raged last, night causing the the street too ill to make further river at Sussex to overflow, flooding roads doing much damage. The FLOODS IN N. 8. St. John, N. B., Jan. heavv from Burton City. Cresfield Christmas, in -town where, McDevitt'a period of nearly two their has two Mrs. J. H. McCor-'doth is certain. A search party of cine. Hat and McDevitt is originaJly Irom Ontario." town snow plow was washed away. Many cellars were filled and a prom- inent citizen named- JR. McDonough was caught in the flood and rescued j with difficulty. BIG LOSS OF LIFE Jan. dispatch re- ceived from Tangiers, says that" -native passenger boats have found- ered off Elariaish. More than forty- were drowned including several Eu- ropeans. A storm along the English Channel ,and along the western coast of Europe and on the north African const is still, raging and many fish- ing boats have-been "lost. LETB BRIDGE Conseryatory of Music Commercial College J. Geb. Harper, Director. Many Free Advantages i Pupils received daily. For Prospectus. Terras, pfr-. THE SECRETARY, Tuff's Bloci, City. Talker, Jan. 8 will be rand "masquerade "ball iit Hall on Friday night. A pnzc e given to-the best costumed and Taber theatre goors will'have opportunity- of seaing "Tfre Bonnie Uricr Jan. -jn Opera The- company" ii1 a good one and tlie production ought' to a 'large house. ;1i 'VJ The "Taber Men's Club''- has -Iwen formed and rooms above -the new store for the toenT c-fit of the members. At a -ineetlng] on Monday night1 the rules ofr club were adopted and, nonorary bers elected.