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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD ^ILK RIVER'S NEW CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. P|ioto Tjy J. Hdtf, Milk River. Milk River Opens Fine New Consolidated School GILLETTSIYE A Solid Brick Two Storey Structure-Town is .Growing- Activities of People (From a Staff Reporter) Milk Klvcr, Jan. Ifi.-This growing town's-nov: consolWated school, was formall>v opened on Tuesday night ^vhen a larcc crowd of citizens assembled In the auditorium of the new building to participate In the ceremonies. This is the tenth consolidated school district in the Lethbrldge W apectorate 3iid the new school Is vory creditable indeoiidlnR structure.wWlJocateel aniJ.glv^." distinction to the town., The principal of thfe school Is atr. L'e Blnnc,, from Nova Scotia, rind ho has - as' his assistant. Miss Kiesow. Over 70 puirils are attending school at tho present time, f  Town Is Growing. Milk River is progresatng Very rapidly. Considerable, building hOS: been done during "the past yeftr. Some of the nC'W residences are very sHtistant-lal. Plans are imder way *fv niotor reBUlationa to provide forsonio parking privileges somewhere In the city for tarmfera' cars whlle'�the farmers are in tho'clti^. transactlng,busirio?:i'*'�'i ^""^ ^^'''"''^ . >n lasting joot before he con own Ittnd In New ; joctlon or an Inconvenience, to say the Idftst. to ! P:^"^?'^' and no peace can be Instlns ox-� Ontario So longagi am minister of od by the the farmers who are in the '"'nea �a Courland, the lands ftfreBts and mines, Ontario will' coming to tl^ city for tliosiiur^bse of doing their trading'iinil othorbusiness; nnd \ye suggest that If this bylaw goes , into effect, at tho .snnio time" the city j lulrilnE regions,of feong'vvy nnd Bricy, remain a British province and no Goran* bases for?tour fleet to servo as man or Austrian will got land in Now futura starting points in anyieventual Ontario.'until he becomes naturalized.' war with England. The latter our Tlr- "Not drily must the new settlors should provide piirklng facilities In thb M"'**"-after Christ's own heart.' apree to obey unreservedly, all the . bungalow adjoining Walter Quinn's residence. It will riot be long until .he is occupying it along with his bride; Want Lease Openerf -There.Is considerable.agitation here i for the opening for settlemerit 'of the I lease land west of town. It is contend-j ed thit; this town's, progress is im-! peded by the failure to open this land for homesteadlrig. These leases I'conslst .largely of A 1 agricultural land, close to" the town. Soldier Weds. C. A. Hunt- has received word that his son Corporal Tom Hunt, .who went overseas-at the beginning of the war, /Was married recently In England. He has been granted furlough and expects to return home wltb his bride very soon. rte. O. SpIvy has returned from overseas and brouKht .a bride with him. too. . - ^ Manager Gordon, of the Bank of Commerce, went to Swift Current this week. Mrs. Gordon, who has been visiting there, will return wna him. For the Red Cross A fine patch work (^ullt contributed by Mrs. Chambers,, of Masinasin, realized $S4for the Red Cross. Mrs. \Vhlte sold Uie tickets. The local Red Cross workers are very'actl've.' A new^ garage is to be built here in the spring. Raising More Hogs ' It is stated that farmers are again taking up hog production. One man states there are a thousand'-.more hogs in this dlBtriot now than -a y6ar ago. ' Thos. Tennant,  the well known sheep rancher, reports that stock are coming throBgh the winter In good shape. At the new school there Is a fine svell of water. It -was struck at 30 feet. tomobiles In tjtie way of robes, parcels and othoF- things that are habitually stored in automobiles Ijy taruiera on such occasions; and that the f'arhie,r| should Ue made'acquainted with such arrangement provided for their coii-venience by the city. In view of the public int(?re3t,~ not only of the farmers, but of the busl- | ness men and others interested the ^ general welfare of the city, we are tak- , Ing the liberty to^hantl a copji of this � letter to the press. We are doing this j more particularly that the question. his devotion to his Divine Master PROMINENT MAN SUICIDES New York, Jan. 18,-William H. Bak-ro,, former vice-president of the Postal Telegraph Company jand former sec-etary of tho Wej^tern tinlon Tele-�aph Company, committed sulcldo yesterday by shooting himself in the I will obey the laws relating to mlUtla head In a room In tlieHotel Ansonia. f^ettlement purposes by-a male Individual of� military ago-will be accepted unless aocompanled by a medical certificate of unfitness o� proof of re-or exemption, or until approv* minister.'" J ; may receive the attention of the board of trade, the annual meeting of which is to be held next evening-Assuring you that our only desire' is that this matter should receive the fullest public attention, and thftt mistakes and misundersl.mding may be avoided thereby, - We beg to- remain, "i'ours respectfully, -W. P. Hamilton, Director of the U.F.A.  S. Si Dunham, Vice-President. YOU knoir that yon have the finest instru* ment� that can he made .when you huy the Sonbra -.marveloHB tone* beaati* fill appearanoe and matehlen perfection of medianical, features. Heaf, the Sonora befove you (bscide on ony phonograph. prices: 165, $110, $150, $205, $240, $280, $350, $500, $1,500, ^ I. MONTAGNES & COMPANY canadian distributors ' , ' Third Floor, Ryrle Bldg.,^T0R0NTO.^ ASK YOUR DEALER to SHOW YOU THE sonora. IF he hasn'T IT, WRITE us DIRECT; \ , W. H.'PEEBLES Who. has recently been made a Sergt. Major In the Royal Ernglneers. He was. well known In Lfethbrldge labor circles;' ^1 t SALE Mostly Mares in Foal From 3 to 8 years, weighing from 2400 to 2800 lbs. per'team. At the Palace Uvery Bam, Lethbridge on Saturday, January 19th, 1918 THESE HORSES WILL BE ^OLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE AS THEY HAVE BEEN BROUGHT HERE TO BE SOLD NICHOLSON & LeVALLEY - AUCTIONEERS AND SALE MANAGERS (Special to the Herald'.! Fernle. Jan. 18.-The municipal election here today resulted in the election of George M. Thomson over Mayor Uphill, MarshaniTunninK third in the mayoralty race. ' .' _ Tlie councillors, elected are as follows, the vote standing in the order of names: R. Dudley, Thomas Beck,' Wm. Jackson, E. Rutledge, Wm. Dick-en and B. Brooks. For police comriilB-sioners Rev. A. t.. Carman and R. Dudley were elected i^ver, Jackson and S. Graham. The vote for school trustees has not been counted but the results so far as counted Indicate the' election of Wm. IJailcaBter, J. S. Irving and W. Ramsay, Fted Johnson being the fourth man In tho race for the trustees. would-be-brides may have to stay home Further Restricttont 'Likely on Travel of Women to England* , (Canadian Press Despatch) Otta,wa, Jan. 11.-It, Is under- ' stood that in view of the increasing scarcity of food supplies In tho United Kingdom,' as cvidenc-, ed by the recent proposals for the adoption of a system of rationing the Bub-commlttee of ,Mlnl&'ters who deal with the ' question of granting permission for Jovmeys of women and children tp the old country. Is coasid^rli)^ tj>,e ijues-tion of tlghteiilng fostrlctiona against such travel, Conalderfitlbn has been''Riven to tho deslrnbllUy of declining to accept as a justification for the journey. �:(he vea-Hon of Intended mdrrlage, -which'' has been heretofore ^considered ^ sufficient. / . ^. , �f It is probable, also p^rmisslpn will be'refused to: wives, of; of tic-' ers servjng in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, who'come to ' Canada with their husbands ou leave, to return'to'the old couo- ' try, �">'. ,] !' '.A 64 ;