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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1W! THI tETfniinrXJE HERALD BARNWELL trlot WM reoatted M the lag held UK ItUey. (arty at- tended. A. P. Ajnlnnd. chairman oe- cupled the chair. The taaaclal re- port was presented by the trareUry, Mrs. M. McMalim, pj Principal K. P. Stewart resented bis report which showed aa of UO and an of Maintained Efficiently at Lower, fa Cost Than Most Consoli- dated Schools (Py a Staff Reporter.) IIAUNWKLL, Jun. of was tho amounted expended for maintenance) of the Barnwell connoll- Uted acliool last year. Thli amount is por cent, loss than the mainten- :mce cost of gome of the consoUdat- i'd schools of the province." This re- cord waa mad? without lowering the runnliiR efficiency of the school. On the -contrary, that the lush Htandard luis boon is evident from the records df the government exam- ination results, llantwell, standing iinionjj tilt; first three high schools in the province, passed 12 out of 13 liupiis. A highly satisfactory condition of consolidated school dly- terms ot the BaruweUn'Mhool, Hi (rail Ins was high M the of die staff couuled with the spirit "d discipline ut the school, WM ot a high order. The election ot trustee (ran the- liaruwell school district resulted IB tho election ot JmM Johnston, who later was ehoeea koare1 secre- tary-treasurer for the easulnc year. The finances of (he dlttrlct, Mr. Johnson told the Herald, It In strong! shape. The tax rate lift year was 10 mills which may. to somewhat lees tliis year owing to the hicher auess- ment due to the Irrigation water be- ins on the land this year." Tiie Barnwell consolidated school faces year with the eonflfent ex- pectatioo of the sect year alone all linei in Iti history. SUMMER IN QUAKER BRAND Quaker Brand Straw- berry Jam is made fresh BO tho natural flavor of the ripe strawberries la re- tained. It makes one think of the beautiful days of summer with a garden full of fresh ripe straw- berries just ready to eat. The strawberries in Quaker Brand Jam are made from just such a garden and preserved tho same day. DOMINION CANNERS B. C. LTD. HEAD OFFICE VANCOUVER, B. C. Kenneth Horrla. 11, Sound, In -the river. Parry Sequin Simple Phmphate Supplies Strength and Energy- Building That Modern one or two little of wsl organic phosphate diipenaed In drug stores under the nimo of BltroPhos- phato taken wltb each meal prob- ably just what you need to cause you to jump out of bed in the morning eager for the Industrial battle ot I day. I Modem foods lack sufficient phoa- phorus. and that il why 40 per cent of men and women today nervoys, weak and Wro-Phosphate i is safe to take and Higinhotbam Co. I or any good druggist can supply It at i reasonable ChOMB by Orlom TntsteM Elected at An- Meeting (From Our Own Oerreapondsnt) ORION, Jan. weather was o: that description which you could'nct call Inviting, a strong south- east wild causing the snow tp drift and the thermometer to lower Its mark. Tbe Ladlee' Aid were giving their entertainment on the evening of that day, deepite the Inclement er, a very (air company turned out to attend, and a very food program waa given consisting of songs, dialogues, recitations, reading and instrumental pieces. Her. H. C. Woods was chair- man. The program was started by tbe Orion orchestra, who played two items during the evening. In the dialogues, the first one, Muriel Peck took the leading part, while Bert Paull took the part of the Irishman In a very capable manner. M. and W. Eggles- ton Mrs. Nelson also took part In tbe dialogue. In the second .dialogue Mr. Seattle as Uncle from Turkey Run, carried out hie part well, Ray Flynn. Orate Peck and Myrtle Barby also tusUinlng their respective parts. Mrs. Woods gave a recitation, tbe jun- ior performers also took a iha.-e la the singing and reciting, M. and W. Eggleston gave a duet and Over twenty dollars was1 tak- en for admissions. Saturday night we bad a tall ot snow, accompanied with a strong wind, about three incbes ot snow fell. School Beard Meeting The annual meeting ot the taipar- ers ot the Orion Consolidated School District, No. was held in the Sen- ior Onile Room on Wednesday, Jan- uary 12th. The chairman of the board, Mr. J. IIW. The grades taught during In the et year were om to. nine, pupils being 4 place during the year, In grade nlno numbered four. The fln- LORD MAVOft TO an of forty to tfty ;e) SUMftKNDIR auclal report showed a turnover of over for the year. Thu report win considered BUtljfai-torr. Ileporta of the SlH-SU and Four-ways districts were also given und weru passed hy meeting. In a conversation which took, place during the meeting, It waa anked It the board could commence school In January and have tho holi- days during the summer months. Tho board promised to BOB what could be done In tbe matter. The meeting were Informed that Mr. Shuwmakcr, U.A., of Medicine Hat, hart been engaged as principal for the coming year; also that an application had been mads for the junior school. At the close of the annual meeting the room was cleared for tbe election of a trustee for the Wesley S.D. and for North Six-Six S.D. Only one candidate .was nominat- ed for each district, and, of course, these were duly elected. Mr. H. Dyka elected for Wesley S.D. and Mr. Jno. Bckmelr was re-elected for tho North Slx-Sii S.D. After the new members had been duly sworn in they had a'meeting, electing Mr. Jas. Jack- son as chairman of the board for 1921. Mr Thos. Haverall, of Ranchville, was a visitor to Orion last Friday, his visit was made on behalf of Pegan School. District, bo being secretary- treasurer. NEW YORK, Jen. >ld lord mayor ot Cork, left here tbla afternoon for Norfolk, Va., where he will surrender himself to tbu Immi- gration MthorltUHi who an- nounced he would bo permit- ted to as a sailor, alter having oome to this country as a seaman to testify regarding conditions In Ireland. though a portion of thta afferent create to attributable to hbjbar ertaee 4> prevailing, especially etotag the ten- part of the year. Merchant! also report eoUeeiins ta Jihnve been food tod Ike o( i goods on hand have keen kept ae near the minimum aa aefely In would permit. By thta nethAd the mer-] chanU are guarding against the poe-' sibility at having high priced goods left on their shelves when the further reductions la shall take place. M OMBBUIT-I letve thta M ewtng to delajr In empl and testing. It BO! before i yja. the aieBe win leave today. New Auto Route By Creston To Coast Will Be Completed and Ready For Traffic Early in the Spring Transferred Is added silver bullion to the valuo ot Only worth ot line went out i of the country, and copper Is still an absent quantity In the reports. The export of coal will (all again this month, owing to -lack of orders from across tho border, which is the cause of the closing of the mines here and at Michel one or two each week. Turning from exports to Imports the customs' offlce bis a most sat- isfactory showing (or the year, as compared to 1919. Customs Collector Wm. Cates re- ports a total for the year just closed, of Of this total came from tbe new excise duties which were not In force during the year 1819. The for 1919 were showing an increase for tba year of Mr. Brown, of the Inland Revenue department, has collected during the year the sum of with and H. i BaTe Bain' itt ol rhytical Wreck When Me wt, M MrTOUi t Began Taking at and just any Say. Stodge-l-Gain, 30 Pounds and Feelt Fine. "Before I took Tsnlae I suffered un- til I had almost become a nervous and physical said Henry Stod- represents, to some extent at least, the I "4 Sherbroeke St.. Winnipeg, Increase of general in the Man. Mr, Stodgell Is a special oncer district. A visit to the leading merchants of the town, both retail and wholesale, brought out the fact that an Increase Desperately wounded, he sought shelter in woman's home, but her first act on find- ing him there was to point a Pistol at him. His condition touched her heart, however, and she shielded him from the officers of the law only to fall In love with him in the end, as you will learn when you see "THE GREAT the Maurice Tourneur super production which will be staged with magnificent scenic pro- logue and the Peerless Male Quartette (Inglcg Tool accom- paniment at the Colonial neit Monday, Tuesday, and Wed- ment was 54 at the close of the year; 2S boys and 22 girls were on the reg- ister. The average attendance Air. w. J. recK read me p "cvnft rirmwpi's TIH-TA ports .which were submitted to the ra to? meeting. The school had operated ISo frnm hpre within tha uast year, The total enrol- itls estimated that now only about boxes remain in the Valley. Monday night will witness the an- nual meetings of the Presbyterian and Anglican church congregations in town. After going six years without a resident minister and services but once every three weeks, it is possible 'the English Church people will make a vigorous effort to raise the required guarantee as to salary and have ouce more a resident vicar. Constable Engle, who has had charge of the R. C. M. P. force hero since its establishment about eighteen months ago, has been advised of his" transfer to a position at the Loth- bridge barracks, and left on Monday for his naw post. Const. Hanna, has also been moved. Four of the rural schools were rep- resented at the -conference h-ire on Saturday of trustees to discuss the Joint employment t.f a school health I nurse. The rural trusiess did not take any too kindly to tHo proposition [j "THE ITS i [I REDEEMER" WONDERFUL. j for the Canadian Facile Railroad com- pany and known In Winnipeg. "My began in Prance over two years ago when I was gasted dur- ing the Somrae drive, and up until me jump though ebot at. I had terrible beadachee that el ways left me ao weak and eihanatad I could hardly move. I lost weight until I only a shadow of what 1 used to be and I felt miserable at the time. "But It didn't take Tanlac lone tt bring about a wonderful change, fa after I Bnished my second bottle i felt better and now, after taking ail I feel like a different I am always ready for a hearty meet I can eat anything I want without feeling pain or discomfort and I he ft gained thirty pounds in weight. U about three ago when I lot fact I am In perfect health aa 1 Tanlac I steadily went down bill, al- was before I went to France, and at though It seemed that everything pos- sible waa done for me. My stomach was so badly out of order that I could hardly eat enougd to keep me sllva, Is the cause et pert suffering horn backache, rheumatism and I You can quickly the kidneys right by Dr. i ChMe'i Kidney-Liver Pills. One pills dew. JSe. a ben, alt deafen. Chas Pure Food Markets Week-End Specials Special Grain-fed Lamb We have made arrangements for a supply of Grain in each week. These are very choice, and will be on sale at special prices every Saturday. Lambs to come all our markets CHOICE ROASTS OF YEAl per and 30c JlLinlllU PCI ID. eeeeeeeeeeseee ISC CHOICE POT ROASTS OF BEEF, per Ib............ISc CHOICE BOILING BEEF, per PRIME ROAST BEEF DRIPPING, per Ib............20c VERY CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER, per Ib........60c CHOICE FARMER'S DAIRY BUTTER, per ft........50c COOKING BUTTER, per but the decision was to rite- the mat- tar to tho ratepayers of tlnir j plrin districta and report later as to their are Intentions in the matter. Tbe mission band in connection with the Presbyterian Church has been re- organized, the formation of a 'Teen Age Girls' Club having taken the sen- jior members of the band away. Last year, with a membership of 25, the band raised for mission work. Mrs. J. W. Dow is the supervisor of the band effort. Messrs. Constable, Hayes and Pres- ident Bevan, the select committee named to strike the standing commit- for 1921 for Creston board of trade have completed their effort and will recommend to the board the ser- rlces of on finance, pub- licity, transportation, roads and bridg- es, agriculture, irrigation, reclamation Warning! It's criminal to take a chance on any substitute for genuine "Bayer Tablets of prescrib- and proved safe by Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting As- every Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Fain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Made in Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark (registered in Can- of Bayer Manufacture of Mono- aceticacldester of Sallcylicacid. the praise Is due to Taalae." Tanlao is in Lstnbrldga hy j D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, DruK IRLS DYSPEPTICS 1AIIOEAT and a municipal committee. Great ._. _ are expected of the latter as the I Sour Acid Stomach, time never seemed more opportune Heartburn, Gas or. Stomach, Etc. BUY WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA P. BURNS CO. Limited DOMINION FISH MARKET Hill Block. Phone 545. MAIN MARKET SrdAve. Phone 412. DOMINION MARKET Hill Block. Phone 1654. pportune tor getting action on the erection of the more densely settled parts of tha Valley into a rural municipality. Fail- ing that an effort will be made to have a compact area set aside as a vill- age municipality. That auto traffic through to the coar.t via Creston will be available from the opening of the season is now assured. The work of constructing the Sirdar-Knskanook road is now com- i pleted, and work Is now under way I on the bridges needed to complete the highway. From Kukanook the motorist will load his car on the C. P. R. stoam- er for the trip to Nelson. Consular Office at Pernie Makes Interesting ness'Conditions Good (Special to The Heraldl FEUNI13, Jan. Stales Consul Norton P. Brand's monthly statement of declared exports through tho Fsrnie offlce for the month of De- cember continues to show decided fall- Ing off in exports from the district, iu lumbRr and other articles of gen- eral production, but these reductions have focfi'n more than balanced hy the increase in exports of coal, silver ami silver bullion. The total declared exports for De- cember were valued at as against a l.otal of for tbe prev- ious month. The increase in export of coal waa Ions, valued nt In No- vember tho total tonnage was valued :it There was a small decrease in vol- ume and value of coke, exported In December. The export of silver for December amounted to a Value of m.106, to Indigestlgn and practically all forms of stomach trouble, say medical authorities, are due nine -timee out ten to an excess of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Chronic "acid stom- ach" Is exceedingly dangerous and sufferers should do either one of two things. Either they can go on a limited and often disagreeable diet, avoiding foods that disagree with them, that Irritate the stomach and load to excess acid secretion or they can eat as they please in reason and make it a prac- tice to counteract the effect of the harmful acid and prevent the forma- tion of gas, sourness or premature fermentation- by the use of a llttli> Bisurated Magnesia at their meals. There Is probably no better, safef or more reliable stomach antiacid than Blsurated Magnesia and It Is widely used for this purpose. It has no direct action on the stomach and is not a digestent.. But a tcaspoon- ful of the powder or a couple of five grain tablets taken in a little water with the food will neutralize the ex- cess acidity which may be present and prevent Itg further formation. This removes the whole cause of the trouble and the meal digests naturally and healthfully without need of pepsin pills or artificial Get a few ounces of IMsurated Magnesia from any reliable druggist. Ask for cither powder or tablets. It never comes as a liquid, milk or citrate and In the bisurated form is not a laxntlve. Try this plan and eat what you want at your noxt meal and sec it this Isn't tho host advice you over had on "what to eat." Grocery Specials For Saturday at DONALDSON'S SEND US VOUK OftDCR AND WE WILL DELIVER IN GOOD CONDITION Wee McGregor (elect- ed. Per 100 25c PoUtoesMJold Cola. Per 100 Ihs. dry stock. S Ibs. for Tomatoes. Corn, and Peas. Per tin Beach, Quaker and d> 1 1A 4 Ib. Per pail Per pall 90c Ib. sacks eC for Rolled I Ib. ...........TttfV Ribbon and Royal Shield, per Ib. Salada Brown Donalco Green Ib................. Bulk fine flavor- Tapioca and Ib........ very bat. per Ib............... Dry Green 3 iba. tor 60c 60c 80e lOc lOc 25c PHONE 1150. 801 9TH AVE. S. >mo, in flaw OTOfTM Seme of Our Attractive Prices FREE DELIVERY Flour s.............49s, 98s, Sugar..................10s, 20s, Finest Dairy Butter, per Prunes, large size, per Ib................. .30c Robin Hood Rolled Oats.....8s, 50c; 20a, Palm Olive Soap Flakes, per Ib. Palm Olive Soap, 12 cakes for............. Brunswick Sardines, 3 for.................2Sc Swift's Lard ,-.3s, 5s, 10s, special. Regular A 60c. Saturday, per dozen v.........rrvFv FRESH Per dozen...............-........... 80e J. A. JOHNSTON PHONE tSTH NORTH, ;