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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1018 PAGE SEVEN LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT F OF SUBDIVISIONS C'ommr. McCch Ilcdirns From Municipal Conference In Calgary. Tlmt the cities of Alhoflii will riKhl most HtronuoiiHly a(!uliial any aUoinpl on tlio pnrl of tlic boiird ot iiulillc utilities of tlio provlni^h (o roinovfi U-nm llio llmltH of Mm Allies niiy of tho prosnnt subillvlHlonH. Ik tlio purport of a report pn^parotl, by Com-jiilsRionei' Mecrli lor proHniitntloii to tbe loi!aI city council. CniiunlHHloner .Meocli returnctl InBl nlRlil from Calgary whoro he attended llic citiifur-enco nt city nuthorltips from lOdinon-ton, Calgary, Mcdlcrtio Hat and hoth-bridge to deal with this niaticr. Four rosolutloiy! were passed �which summed up thn work of tho conference. The first opposed allowing any 3nbdlvfnlona to be tnlfen out or the clllos. Tho Hocond resolution opposed any TPduclion or compromise of the actual taxes levied on lands and now In arrears. The third declared that, if the utilities Iward changes the present system of asao-ssmeut reducing tho BHSftssment. tlic cities bullovu that. In case of a salo of any of the property bo affected they should have one-halt tho unearned lucrenient over and Hbovo the average assessment of the years of tho reduced assossmeni. The fourth resolution put.s the cities oC tho province on record as boing opposed to a limited or fixed nssnssment of any parcel ot lanil for any definito period of years. No reprosontatlvo ot the board of public utilities was present. Lower Assessments With tho possibility of lower as-sossincnts staring them lu the face, on tl'o left, leaving a 2.5-fo((t show window on tlib rigllf. allowing for 11 pleasing display of goC'ds. New flxiures have been provided, the wliob' front being devoted lo shelE hardwan- and bouse furnlslilngs. At the rear of one section Is a opeclul I'oom for blacksniitb and othOr heavy hardware. At the rear of the other section is a paint department 2r> by fi'i.t .V .^llip ping, receiving and checking room Is also provided at the rear of the main floor. Another feature is 11 large cloak and rest room for iiistomers witii convenient tolk'l aciomnioda-tions. Tlie offico Is locateil ii|i the stairs overlooking ih(- main floor. They 'aro benutlfnlly finished anil ecinliiped with the most modern conveniences. On �the fir-it floor builders' hardware supplies, bouse furnishings, trunks and hags arc fonnii. The second floor is useil as � store room at present. Then- is also a full- ( tilzeil basement used for storage par-1 poses, allowing the company lo carry j a large and comiilele line of everything in hardware. .Manager .Morris is very proud of the new luniie of the ('onsuniors' and invtles all the company's jiatrons and friends to call and look over the now establishment. The company's new telephone number is SPECIAL SESSION ON LEWIS APPEAL Ottawa, July 3.-Facilities for hearing the appeal entered by ttic minister of justice nyainst the decision of the appellate division of the Alberta supreme court In the Lewis'Case, are under consideration by the government. In view of the pccuMa'-itles of the case, it is suggested that a special term of the supreme court may be called for the purpose. Should the decision of the Alberta court be upheld there is likelihood that the whole matter again will have to be submitted to parliament and legislation enacted with a retroactive provision. mm OP CANADA Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such an education in' thrift and saving will prove invaluaWa In later life- LETHBKISGE BRANCH -   F. VV'. NVCHOLSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH . . .  F. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager CENSE NEEOEO TO SHIP STOCK Calgary, July 3.-The Dominion government has issued a ruling whereby it will be necessary for all live stock .men to secure a license from the Dominion food board before shipment of any live stock across the American border to United States markets can be made. As a result of the information contained, the live stock men met In conference at the Alberta stock yards and passed a resolution declaring that such an order would not work a hardship if any intended embargo would only apply to cattle of a breeding quality, and if permission were granted by wire promptly for all fat and butcher cattle which it was desired to send across the line to the American markets. GALBRAITH SCHOOL PROMOTIONS Grndo VI. to Grade VIII.-Isabelle Dixon. Grade VI to Grade VU.-I.ewis Leigh, Frank Vere. Marjorie Metarl. Andrew Logan. .lean Kergan, Teddy Radley, Stanley Kinmley, John l"oz-ard, Jessie Hurst. Elslo Talbot, Fred Smith, Albert Smith, Alice Hadley, Clara Motart, Fred Brett, Marjorie Thoinas, lea Main. iMarjorle Gurr, Howard FalrhauUs. Willie .Mitchell. Grade V to Grade VI.-Charlie Funnel, Tom Cook, HuHsio Laing, .\Ibert JtcGulro. Franccrt Vere, Crordon Mc-Kenzle, Lyndall lOlUot, Fred Holmes, Laura GrI.sdale. John Talbot, Hetty Funnel, Bessie Worthington. Grade IV- to Grade V-Lily Adnitt, WiUlo Booth, Madeline Olark, Alice li'ox, James Foster, Opul Hall, Mnr-garot Logan, Mary Logan, Ida Ijcigh, Alex, Llnning, Loita .Maguire, ("lifford Mitchell, Arthur Park, Hector Peacock, -Marlon Ralston, Lizzio Ralston, Mike Swedish, Ada Sumner, Fdward Thomas, Jack Thomas, Walter Tur-cotto, Vera Webb, Sarah Ward, Willie Wlllotts, Lillian Wright, George Osborne, Edna Brett, David Dunlop, Dorothy Fowler, Harold Hoaton, Joe Morris, Malcolm -MacLeod, Robert Nal�-mlth, Lillian Soager. Henry Smith, -Margaret Ritchie, Katio Wyrosdok. Grade HI to Grade IV.-May Brown, Joe Lakte, Minnie Kirk, Lily .Moiling, Mary Fozard, Jim Tcnnant, Tom As-croft, Nick Swedish, Tom Leishman, Isabella Mncnahb. lOmlly Oowlii, Marry Ford, C'alvin Falrbank.i. Duncan Chalmers, Jesse Crabb, James Dunlop, Willie Fairbanks, Laura FIshor, Renprd Fox, Vera Loadbetter, Annie .Mutousek, Hugh Naismlth, Ethel Ross, John Martin. Ada Voro, ISdward Vero, Kate Stazuk. From Grade II to Grade HI.-Dick Funnel, John Bruuton, Lucy Moore, Wlllio Park, Froddlo IIolmoH, Vincent nitrlck, Charlie French, Klaine Thomas, Kdgur Jones, Albert ' Burn-ham, Helen Fuzey, Frank Blasco, .lohn Martin, .Mbort Nave, Ciarouce Radlby, Antilo Beront. From Grade I to Grade H.-^Dorothy Burnbam, Clifford Heuton, Hossio Radley, Mnrjorlo Ramsay, Thomas, Lillian Arrowsmltli, .\rrowamltb, Cecil Burgmau. Clark, A'niilo I'^x, Wliinlo James Fowler, James Goldie, Cather Ino Knight, Robert Kergan, AIlco Logan, Marie Londhottor, Lizzie -Naismlth, Willie Pollard, Lizzio Park. Willie Palsuell, Alfred Palsnoll, Cliils.sio Sumner, Helen Silaze, George Swod' Ish, Joane Sumner, Jimrnio Seagor. Wakelin. Fred Hisluip. .Mabel Wangling. Dorothy .Mills. Hobby Armstrong, .Stewart .Vndrew. .\lari;in Harris. .Alberta ('rofli^. Arlliiir Smith, llflen Bozartli. Grade II to Grade III M. Harr. H. Whidilingloii, -A. (iaddes. .\. Coombe.o. L. .leuks. A. li(Minic, I'. .Mackie. A. I'Iddes. K. Donaldson, L. KowI.m'. I'. McGregor. It. .loliannson. K. l.ingatd. F. .lohnson. G. I'ryor, K, rieaver. Promoted from .Ir, Grade H to Sr. tirade II.-W. Kuii-;i. .1. .Vicholson. II. McCall, A. Hailstone, K. Skidton. ]'. lOmery. D. Patterson. J. Hreckenrldge, n. .McPherson. II. Jowetl.. Grade Hi to IV.-I'ollii MacVeaji. Grolla Mcl,eah. Hoiiser Kllon, lOdna Schuniaclier. Willie Bishop. Linard Bartlelt. James Dougall. ('buries Tudor. Grade H lo 111. -Harry .lurgens. Roy Cowilt. Arthur .Murray. John Kasteii. Harry Knaus, Leslie Snell. Waker Holt, -Nettie .lohnston. .Neil .Mossey, Daisy Raiidle. Gladys .MacWood. Reggie Brooks. C^lem 11 all on. Ciwih' IV In \'.-Doris Holt. Krni'st Stevens. Fred Williams. Lottie Searle. FIva Huff, .lean Robertson, Ruth Jur-! !,'ens. Joe Johnston. Jr. IV to Sr. IV.--.Muriel McCuire. John Barr. Kric IJngard. Robert Donaldson. Kverett llallsloiU!, Jack Wel-ler. Scott Sinclair. Kathleen Muggins. Kdltb Fowler. Olive Arnold. (trade V to Grade VI.-Lilian Bourne, Geo. l^owell. Ncneno Arnold. -Norman Broolcs. Karl .McGregor, Francis .Nicholson. Paul Dinkel. .loe .loyce. Amelia AVakelln. Claude Mc'-Ciulre, Helen .Inrgens. .lohn Dougal. Gradi! V to Grade VI.-lOarl Bjock-hlade. Kathleen Symonds. Leslie Holt. Doris Trelvlng. Kathleen Jenks. Grace Bartlelt. Thomas Robertson. J1ougla� Rohlaon. -Norman Geoghegan. Fliza-beth Fiddes, Sianley Joyce. Doris I'ipp. Laura Fraclie. Helen Schumacher, Lorone .Nicholson, Dwight Huff. Grade VI to Grade VII. -Leonard Joyce, Kathleen Cull. Georgi* Johu-Hton. Irene Brooks. lOrlc Trellving. William Fmerv. Gladys Bartlelt. A'lola Miller, Harry Sinclair, Bertha .Miller. Recommended--Princess Rhodes, Luella Searle. John Gwaikin. Grade VII to Grade VIII.-Edna j Scott. Frank Kuust., Eva Huff, Grace Johnston, Ktniice (Connor, Fred Robins, Lillian -Murdock, Fmma Holliday. Ivy Jowett, -Alice Beaton. Vera Cross. Recommended-Constance Mathers, Mary Arclihold. Ida Speck. Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME. WOOD FIBRE PLASTER. EMPIRE FINISH, HOU. LOW TILE, LETHBHIbGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK. ROOFINGS. BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS. MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S.. LETHBRIDGE Arthur Brantford. of Toronto, was run down by a bicycle wliile crossing the roadway at the Queen street subway, and received injuries to his face and back. Food Will Win the War Frank Violet Lizzie Jouos, FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Promollon from Cirado 1 to 11.- Justus Webster. Norman Breclien-ridge, Willie Bourne. NoUie Barton, Hvelyn Arnold, Josephine Ulnklo, Dorothy ('onnor, B(>mlco Blake, Margucr-Ho Bates, Mario Carpenter, Mnloolni Brown. Orado 1 to Grade II.-Margaret Od-tnui'k, Gordon Wilson, Flora Bates, Jim Jolinaton, Hilda Roblopon, Urin Klantorrt, Molly Johnston,; Pdllh Armstrong, Sidney Smill, Llla Swan^on, JIni Bnslngor, C.h,a;i|-ll�, ,^ynion(j[f. Har^ old MlUor, .Madge .Vlasson, Mary Law-�Ion, Arthur Iltiyi-, Frasur McRue, Son Serve your country*an(J yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for yoii to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full p.irticLilars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gtn'ISopL C.P.R.LiDdt flC5 Ijt St. East, CALGARY AT YOUR CALL you will always fl'id I'oady this nndortaklng establishment to do your bidding on any and ALL MORTUARY OCCASIONS Prompt attention will bo given to embalming, cumotery Inter-ment or shlpmont of bodies, Bilk rendoroii aro always reason-able. MacKAY & MacKAY Phono 1802 803 3rd Aye. 8,, Lethbridge, Alta, AUCTION SALE AT FRANK WADDINGTON'S ROOMS On FRIDAY Next AT 1.30 P.M. THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE OFFERED 1 Ford-Sedan, 1917 modeL 1 Overland Touring Car, 1913 model. 1 Ford Roadster, 1917 model, with convertible truck body. 1 Ford Roadster, 1916 modeL 1 Chevrolet Roadster, 1917 model. ("ars will be parked In front ot 'Waddlngtou's Auction Rooms on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Intending buyers are invited to Inspect and try out any car from that time up to time ot sale. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE On Friday Next � AT 2.30 O'CLOCK AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Including: VERY HANDSOME DINING SUITE In quarter cut oak. comprislug set ot dining cliairs (all arm chairs); extending dining table and Massive Buffet; largo sized chest ot drawers; n pair of grass chairs; lOdlson STANDARD PHONOGRAPH with cah-inot ot records; oak itrosscrs with sfanda; handsome brass bed, complete with springs and felt mattress; Singer Drop Head Sewing Machine (7 drawers); flat top office desk;. baby buggy; 5-PIECE PARLOR SET In Al order; brand new REX TYPEWRITER, never, been used and priced at SJOCOO; kitchen table; kitchen <)halrs and many other items. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" W. S. COOK AUTO REPAIR SHOP We have opened a garage and repair shop at the old Palace Livery Stand and are ready lo do all kinds oi auto repairs. Wo are mechanics who understand the business thoroughlj'-. having h*i years ot experience-nioi'o, recently with the Ford Uarage of this city, We guarantee thoroush and completely satisfactory work, THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP E. E. PECK 308 SECOND AVE. S.-^PHONE 665 447333913? C7?1B ;