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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page eight the u:iuhridge daily herald friday, january 18, 1918 MILK RIVEFVS NEW CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL j - T 1 4 i, "1 1. GILtETt'S LYE have asked putting iuti) Altogether it was a most enjoyable and profitable evening. Naturally the People arc proud of the new Officials of the r.F.A. the city eominissuiuori* in eftVot their now i-;oior ret;illations to provide 1'or sonir parkins privileges somewhere In the riry for farmers' I car* while the farmers are in tho'cltf i Photo by J. Hdff. Milk River. Milk River Opens Fine New Consolidated School A Solid Brick Two Storev StrUC- (trustees of the last few years. Isaac school and thrv luive every right to 1 transacting busmen. Messrs. Dunham he. loo It u' .' mo-.: ooiniiimdiiiK anji-Humilton huve wriKen the follow- j structure, >v.i!l located vm\ giv^? diV-'inS letter io the m.v.uw in connection tinctton to the town. The principal of the school is Mr. j W. O. L. Hardio, .wuyor. Le Ulnue. from Nova Scotia, and he j Dear Mr. .Mayor,--We notice that the has as his assistant Miss Kiesow. i council -are con^iderim The House-wife"s Dependable Ally ijtdst _ Table French Canadians Coming Into Ontario Must Obey Rule No. 17 Toronto. Jan. IS. - Tho Toronto and military service and all provincial! Globe today punishes tho luhowlng: laws, utatuten, rules and regulations oClj "French Cnmulinna desiring to not- 1 every character which may be !n force! tie in North Ontario imiHt obey tho i from time to time.' 1 famous 'Regulation 17' of tho Ontario school act, which has been tho cause of ho much trouble In the French districts* of tlie province. "Tliia i� the outstanding feature of Thin, of course, fnciudes the fam mis regulation 17 of the department] of education, respecting tho teaching: of tho French language in the schools of tho province. Heavy penalties arc new HoUlement regulations which arc ] provided it settlers fail to carry out with the matter: 17/10^1 the canadian salt co, limited now In force in Ontario. Tho Globe was informed by a well known Orangeman yesterday that the now rule is aimed at the French Canadians who. for some time, have been pour- their part of the agreement. The affidavit contains this paragraph:. " 'That J understand that failure to comply with any of the promises or declarations made herein shall, in ad- I tug in from Quebec into New Ontario, i dltion to any other penalties to which GERMAN PIETY f with the object, tho Orangemen fear, of controlling the elections in that part of the province. "The new regulations are also designed to compel aliens settling in |'New Ontario to becomii British sub- _......_ _. ^ the passing Over 70 pupils are attending schooljof u bylaw forbidding The parking of ?t the present time. automobiles for, a longer period than! (From a sermon by a German pastor jocts. 'There are already" n'largo num-1 Town Is Growing thirty minutes on Fifiirsireet and cor 1   - - - *-- " " - 1 Milk River is progressing very rap-; tain other business sireoN. quoted by the London Globe.) 1 may bo subjected, entail forfeiture, 1 without compensation of all my rights,! and of any moneys paid on account of; the purchase of land.' j "The now affidavit further makes clear the government's decision thai, 'for the duration of the war no appli- ber of Germans and Ausr.rians tip i cation to purchase crown lands forj Uir To\vn is Growing-Activities of People i From a Staff Reporter t Milk Kiver. Jan. If..-This growing Town':- nor: " eventual � (ime the citv w:lr wlla Km>linul- Th0 bitter our Tir-"facilit'ies i interspersed with the address-n teacher can he secured another j es were splendid vocal solos hv Misa room will be opened. j Kiesow and Mr. Lynch and .a well The consolidated district embraces! rendered duet by Mrs. Norm and 76 sections surrounding Milk River,; Mr. Weeks. Mr. Coates. as usual, was nnd the children from the outlying j a very accomplished accompanist, parts of the district will be conveyed | Children of the school acquitted them-to the school in vans, as is the case I selves admirably in two choruses, in the Warneir consolidated district., j i:Marching to Victory" and "Joan of The new school was erected, large-] Arc." After the entertainment the ly through the earnest efforts of the { ladies dispensed light refreshments.! idly. Considerable building has been j We realize the necessity of some Our DivttV? Redeemer Js n lover of done during the past year. Some of j such regulation, bo; at the same time pe:ict�. Ho are we, but the peace that the new residences are very snbsUuu-1 we respectfully eaii youcattentiou foi., , inqtw ial. Plans are under way Tor. the erec- the fact that such :> bylaw would work ^ ;�] 9^L^L Ltinlox tion of number of new buildings.au inconvenience, m say the least, 10 . ^ S!wsC " cl^\ the' ilurinr ihfr vear Mhe farmers who ;:re in the habit of!T 1 . 1 i H '1/tl the \\ arlike Nayarcnc, whoso tection to protect the contents of an- l*T^1 l':!rriof,s?1. ls ^ ea�a�ed by tomobiles in the way of robes, parcels,T llovotlon 10 lUS Divine faster and other things that are habitually stored in automobiles by farmers on such occasions; and that the farmery should made nt-iiualnted with such arrangement provided for their convenience by the city. some val- j Tn view of the public interest, not uable farm property adjoining the. . only of the farmers, but of the busl- 1 town on the west, and along the river. ] ness men and others interested ;n the He already has a considerable acre-; general welfare of the city, we are tak- \ age broken fori crop this year. j nig the liberty to hand a cop* of this ; Home for Bride ' letter to the press. We are doing this Mr. Madden has built a very nice more particularly that the question may receive the attention of the board cf trade, the annual meeting of which is to be held next evening. | Assuring you thai our only desire | is that this matter .should receive the) fullest public, attention, and that mis-; takes and misunderstanding may be . avoided thereby. We beg to remain, [ Yours respectfully. W. F. Hamilton, Director of the L'.F.A. S. S. Dunham, Vice-President. i there,' said Hon. Q. 11. Ferguson, minister of lands, forests and mines, yesterday, 'and we propose in future that an alien must become a Urftinh Hiib-ject before he can own land in New Ontario. So long as 1 am minister of lands, forests and mines. Ontario will remain a Mrftish province and no German or Austrian will get land in Now Ontario until he becomes naturalized.' "Not. only must the new settlers agree to obey unreservedly all the laws of the Dominion of Canada and the province of Ontario, but they must make a specific affidavit, that ' they will obey the laws relating to militia settlement purposes by a male individual of military ago will be accepted unless accompanied by a medical certificate of unfitness o� proof of rejection or exemption, or until approved by the minister.' " PROMINENT MAN SUICIDES New York, Jan. 18.-William H. Bak-re, former vice-president of the Postal Telegraph Company and former secretary of tho Western Union Telegraph Company, committed suicide yesterday by shooting1 h mself in the head in a room in the Hotel Ansonla. assJalkht& Machine in theWorld6 bungalow adjoining Walier Quinn's residence. It will not be long until he is occupying it along with his bride. Want Lease Opened There is considerable agitation here for the opening for settlement of the lease land west of town. It is contended that this town's progress is impeded by the failure to open this land for homesteading. These leases consist largely of A 1 agricultural land, close to the town. Soldier Weds C. A. Hunt hay received word that his son Corporal Tom Hunt, -who went overseas et the beginning of the war. .was married recently in England. He ] has been granted furlough and expects i to return home with his bride very soon. Pte. O. Splvy haw returned from overseas and brought a bride with him. too. Manager Gordon, of the Bank of Commerce, went to Swift Current this week. 31 rs. Gordon, who has been visiting there, will return "Wii*i him. For the Red Cross A fine patch work ciuilt contributed by Mrs. Chambers, of Masfnasin, realized 5S4 for the Red Cross. Mrs. White sold the tickets. The local Red Cross workers are very active. A new garage is t^> be built here in the spring. Raising More Hogs Tt is stated that farmers are again taking up hog production. One man states there are a thousand more hogs in this district now tnan a year ago. Thos. Tennant.  the well known sheep rancher, report^ that stock are coming through the winter in good shape. At the new school there la a fine well ot* water. It was struck at 30 feet. ormg !!! tento that ca when you buy the Sonora tarvelous tone, beautiful appearance and matchless perfection of mechanical features. Heap the Sonora before you decide on any phonograph. PRICES: $65, $110, $150, $205, $240, $280, $350, $500, $1,500. I. MONTAGNES & COMPANY CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS Third Roor, Ryrie BIdg., TORONTO ASK YOUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU THE SONORA, IF H� HASN'T IT, WRITE US DIRECT. W.H.PEEBLES Who has recently been made a Sergt. Major in the Royal Engineers. He was well known in Lethbridge labor circles. an omen OVER 200 SUITINGS BEST ENGLISH WORSTED FOR YOUR SELECTION. WHY NOT WEAR WELL MADE, PERFECTLY FITTING CLOTHES FROM PATTERNS OF YOUR OWN CHOOSING? �r J t i rn lai HELP THE RED CROSS DRIVE NEXT WEEK 60S THIRD AVE. S. i I J'Oi'O,; 0 AUCTION (.Special to th� Herald' Ferine, Jan. 18.-The municipal election here today resulted in the election of George M. Thomson over .Mayor Uphill, Marsham running third in the mayoralty race. The councillors elected are as follows, the vote standing in the order of names: R. Dudley, Thomas Beck, Win. JaekHon, K. Rutledge, Win. Dick-en and K. Brooks. For police commissioners Rev. A. h. Carman and R. Dudley were elected over Jackson and S. Graham. The vote for school trus- j tees has not been counted but the re- j suits ho far a.s counted indicate the election of Wm. Lancaster, J. S. Irving and W. Ramsay. Fred Johnson being the fourth man in the race for the trustees. i t A* 1 s LA � T _ V * 1 _ t WOULD-BE-BRIDES MAY HAVE TO STAY HOME Mostly Mares in Foal From 3 to 8 years, weighing from 2400 to 2800 lbs. per team At the Palace Livery Barn, Lethbridge on Saturday THESE H Further Restrictions Likely Travel of Women to England. on m St WILL EE SOLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE AS THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT HERE TO BE SOLD NICHOLSON & LeVALLEY AUCTIONEERS AND SALE MANAGERS (Canadian Press Despatch) Ottawa, Jan. 11.-It is understood that in view of the increasing scarcity of food supplies in the United Kingdom, afi evidenced by the recent proposals for tho adoption of a ayfitem of rationing the subcommittee of Minister* who deal with the question of granting permission for journeys of women and children to the old country, is considering the question of tightening' restrictions against, nuch travel. Consideration haa been Riven to the desirability of declining to accept as a justification for the journey  the reason of intended marriage, which has been heretofore considered .sufficient. It is probable also permission trill be' refused to xvIygh ot officers KervJng in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, who come to Chiliad a with their husbands on leave- to return 10 tho old coun- Uv. ft -I, J j �A -Ju ^- -T~1--- W i Everybody's Favourite Tabic Syrup In 2, 5,10 and 20 lb. Tins and "Perfect Seal" Glass Jars Write for Free Cook Book i The Canada Starch Co., Limited Montreal tic. -IT* Aw * * . 4 w * J ;