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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR lUSaDty Hotet in TOP of (he market. .ALWAYS Uniform. akiiist Worries I OAVES a delight to look ut. Flour is Sold on Quality. O1 D ATIIEK Than on Trice. OTHER'S FAVORITE D PRIDE OF ALBERTA. Bread From Eitlicr. X JOY Life by Vsing Tlicni. Cuban Pineapples for Preserving is (lie best (ime to preserve (hesc.' We have :i shipment just in. Metlimn size, prire JHT THE GOOD CO. lligli Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKETS NEW BOOKS "The Road to by Eleanor H- Porltr, author of "Just David" 5.1.50 by Hay, author Hundred Thousand" 50c "A Student in by Donald One of the Finest Books Published on the War. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone US? OruggisU Next Dallas Holt) Winnipeg, June was a fair cash wheat business, thc mills and some others buying In- addition lo ihe government. Prices down to No. 5 were unchanged bul for straight six j and feed there an advance ot 0 to 7 cerils, but in socials there no change- October vheat recorded another day without trade. There was DO opening but durttig Ihe morning J1.9S was asked aud.Sl.99 was bid and it was officially closed at or 1 cent lower ihan yester- day's Winnipeg July oats were U cent higher and Ociober 114 Flar was 7 cenls Jower-refDolb July nud October. 'Minneapolis July was 1 cent high- er. September 2 cents lower. There lit He ot interest in gossip except las to the situation in corn, develop- 1 ing by ot a maiiwum for corn much higher, than tho curreut price. Futures. InnEpes October Make ihe MOST of the High Prices by-consien- ing Yonr Grain to SIKITB-MURPHY CO. .You will realize every cent in it .for'you, .and get your re- timis promptly. -WRITE OR-PHONE Office, Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1464 T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHERIOGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDCL ;5TRONG DOWLER .GRAIN Committion Merchcnti "pu ciUn OTXubaUaa li at retr iirrlea tnd irith oar cu ulel; _to get roa prtcM tor TODT-gnln mt tv uir mie or Ua4 ot tnlrn. Phone M 1922 Ctlfmrr I For OHIo 1M6 Lfthbrtdgi I ''611 Ow wtn dblricL A. CUMMINQ For Sale Tons Biirbank Seed Potatoes a Ton 3 bKiber! FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. 201 Sherlock Bldg. HHI 201 Julv Ocfobcr ft I OFT CADEI UIlULI October July ___ September July September ___ CS11 5S'i 301 1'SS 221- isa CSii 210 1S6 21954 195% Basis contract, July 241. Track Prices Wheat .....225 Oats......oS Flas STOCKMEN, ATTENTION WE HAVE SOME EXCEPTION- ALLY FINE LEASES THAT WE YOU. Through the co-operation o[ the Dc- larlment ot .Militia and the Provincial Department 61-Education there will be 'offered at Summer School for XD 5 Teachers in Edmonton this summer courses for those who wish lo qualify the Physical Training Certificate Gradc'B, or the Physical Training In- structors Certificate and for those who wish, to qualify as Cadet Instructors pi-OTided a sufficient number of candi- Jales enrol for the courses, The privilege ol attending Is open o-icacherE, school principals and in- spectors from Manitoba, Saskatche- wan, Alberta and British Columbia. Those attending from points outside of the Province of. Alberta will be able' lo secure return transportation Tor the price ol a tare. Every teacher, attending should when pur- chasing a ticket for Edmonton secure a. standard certificate or receipt. This, when Oaljr certified to by the proper officials will be good for a return ticket without additional charge. Accommodation "and meals are pro- vided in the University residences at very reasonable for the ion ii-two share a room between them and 130.00 desiring a room io ihemselvea. For those -not wishing lo "live In" ample accom- modation may be obtained In Uie City. Thc regular Physical Training Cer- tificate Grajle B_ the Physical Train Ing Certificate and the Cidel Instructors' Certificates will be Issued hj- the Deparlmonl of Militia for those "who satisfy Ita requirements. 7he plans-oi the Department ol Ed- ucation involve the co.-npIeJion of two summers' work for those who dtsire to qualify lor the Special Certificate in Physical Training lo be Issued by the Department ol Education. The lirat Bummer's work will include (1) Phys- ical Training Grade B., (2) Folk Dane ing, (3) First Aid, (4} Personal Uy glene and PhyElology. The second Eiimmer's .Trork will Include either the Physical Training Instructor's course or COUTEC for Cadet Instructors. Applications for admission' to Ihc courses must be received at (he office _of the KlrecLor of the Summer Schciol j for Department ot Eiluca- tlon, Edmonton not later than June 20th, 1917. Cards of admission will be Issued on receipt of applications, Jahies C. Miller, Director of Summer ihool f or" Teach era, Department of Education. Kdmonton, Alberla. Winnipeg Cash Prices. Xo. 1 No. 5 Nor... IMS No. 3 Xor.--241 No. 4 Xor...22J Xo. C Nor... 171 131' Xo. 3 Feed Xo. 2 Kllra Xo. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. No. 2 feed-. 03% Xo. 3 ]2C Rejected feed N'o. 1 X W. C. S'o. 2 C.V..-591 If You Prize _ Your Personal Charms Voti wilt use the hesl toilet preparations so as to kcei> your skin soft and healthy and your complexion clear and ruddy. Oim can endure warm weather n" great deal tetter ,lr toUel aids arc used.- Vanishing Crearnv; Face Powd- en; Skin Foods, Lotions and Mauage Creams, are some of Ihe things which will guard your stin npnliisl the attacks of summer sun, wind and dust.. k We carry all of the high grade" toilet and prcparaUoiir which may ba needed in over- coming or neutralizing the effects of warm weather. Tie Red Cross Drag Co., Linitei CITY AND DISTRICT ReUll Clcrkt' Meeting The Helsll Clerks will nisei tonlebl In Ihe Labor Hall al S o'clock. Boird cf Trills Luncheon Boanl o( Trade lunch tomorrow In Chinook club al 12.30 sharp. Sont of England Meeting Sous of England Uose Degree will meet (Ills evening In thc s.O.K. hall at S Ji.ul. luinorlnut business lo he discussed and every member urs ed to put In an appearance. Conductor Hurt Conductor Taup. of the C.P.fl, re- feived an injury iliis morninf when [oot caught wliilc passing between two cars of a moving freight train. It Is understood one of Ms toes was broken. Foresters' Meeting -The mcelliig oJ the Canadian Order at Foresters will be held to- j ragrror evening la K. or P. tall Thursday, June 7th, at S p.m. Import- 1 ant business ilelegaletc. High Cour be discussed, always welcome. Visiting brothers and will certainly atfecl llic efficiency o( our educational system. At the couvontlon of our provincial flssoclo-, tlon, in IS1C, a committee was nppolnt- nl to consider penaibn sclieiues lor Al Hospital j .Mar.-ilinll, manaser of'ihe A. llaethraald Co., wholesale grocery house here, was taken, to Gall hospital I Ibis rabriilnc to undergo an operation tor appendicitis. His little daueMer is also In the hospital undergoing an operation. Harris Co. PHONE 1412 No.jS C.W...270 N June SIS; LOCAL MARKETS Groin Livestock Prices Prices I Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES f Choice steers, choice cows 3-SHc. Select hogB, 150 lo 250 Ibs., He. Choice killing wether.i, lie. Choice Klllng. ewes, 10c. Bricklayers' Meeting The Bricklayers' 1-ocai Union will meet toolebl at the TraJcs and Lalor temple. Elfci to Meet. C 37 will meet eight in tbe clun rooms. A SPICES Wo Ihink -we are' matins a modest statement when ire eay Ibst wo have the finest election of Spicca in the Wesl.- Thej arc selected nith the same csirc that wfe aetord poLem Drugs. After all, are .not Spices -v C-- A perusal cf (he foilowing list mUht be worth while. White, Black and Red Pepper, Ginger, Green and Bleached, Mustard, f Cinnamon; Cardsrnon, Mace, Nutmeg, Caraway, Laurel, Marjoram, Cul.-V. Chdkt, Coriander, Cloves, Allspice, DIM Anise, Celery, Summer Savory, Turkey Dretslrtg Tumeric, J. D. Higifibolhaim Co 'Albirlt'i PJonetr tomorro large attendance la requested as ar- rangements are lo he made at the tneetlng (or the excursion. of the Elks lo (he Stampedo at Medicine Hat neil months Sheepman Injured t Friends in the ctly IIHTO received word tliai Pat, H. of Iho Lest known sheepmen oi MonLana and Southern AILcrla EOricuslj- in- jured when a learn o'f bnmfcs ho was driving, ran away. Mr. Buckley re- ceived a brofcen leg and liis face was badlv baltered. teachers, otirt (o report (Iielr find IDES at ihe next convention. An extensive general report submitted and (in- Riilmously comtiilttcc was rcappolnlctl for the purpose ot cousIOcrlnr a scheme Eullable to the liroviuce. wlikh would offer sufficient iiduccincQl's to thc Ipaclicrs to re- main in the profess lonV After one year's careful consttfera- lon. during which several conferences verc licld, tlic committee drew up a sthprno of uis'irancc combined with annuliies, which we -believe will in resnccts unBwcr the purpose, Tliis report licreviih enclosed, and in the hands of every teacher, was submitted to.liiq educational ns- soclatlon at-lheir convention last Eas- ier, ami ndopled logelhci1 wilh 4hc principles of 'ihe Bcheirie. The com- mittee, ns rciiresrnUUTG of the 3500 teachers, wae unanimously recniestcil by iho convention to-lay iho whole mailer be fore-the-government ol thc province. ask give this report1 Payment A remarkable record for promptness has biwn established Ly the Interna- tional Typographical Union In paying the dealh claim of the late S. TV. Tucfc- of-Lfithbrldge. killed in acllon. The claim was paid In less then two weeks atter IhD was rccclrctl Iieie br Sfrs, of her hus- band's death at the front. ANNOUNCEMENTS Leo M. Combs presents n Tew or his puulls in 3 recital al Iho Conserralory of Music concert chamber, Thursday evening, June HUT, pESlatcil by nuiills or slrliiged Instrument department 149-1 FRENCH STEAMER SUNK, Paris, June An- nouncement was made tou'ay llial the French slcamabln, Ynrra, Ions gross, was torpedoed and sunk In the Mediterranean on May 29. Or the 65D persona on board K.are mlEsI Including elgbl Arabian firemen. erior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAIIAVAY SUPPLIES AND EaUIPMKNT Emerson Fai-m Iiiiii'cineiits Siaitde Slak-a-Trgicfors JSECOND AVENUE THIRTEENTH LETHUR1D06 Indiana Motorcycles Are Built Throughout of Chronic Viinadiimi Tli [5 la the LoiigJieRt, ntrongeel sleet ma tie, also (ho most ex- pens) re. s We have jiul received a ship- ment of Cleveland Somclhlng new and a lieauly, i crery one of ihem.' D.E.MacDooald PhanB 1032 112 4th e ir.d retjjl TELEPHONE NO. ttJ Pump In Uss Tho hew American La France com biriation motor pump Is In use at the No. 1 fire hall today. The machine was given Us last official test yester- day eTenJng when a mn was made to i Tahcr to lest its endurance. run Jwas made in about I hour and ten After arriving there a walcr lesl was made for the benefit of Gappy Faulds and Ihe people ot Tabcr. A slrenm of water was thrown under n pressure of 220 pounds. The test was very in every your, careful attention and considera- tion ajid would appreciate an eiprca- slou from Iho platform during, the coming campaign, o' your views en this question which, facets (lie present and the future "welfare ot Iho maiir teachers in your constituency.' On bchrvir oi the teachers of Alber- to, arc. Sir, Faithfully yours, J, A. Fife. Chairman, S. J. Dymontl, Secretary, Albtirla Teachers' Pension Com ml tide. Mason Risch Limited. Balmoral Olock Letnbrldgt Vlcirolai, Vtctor VI oV Ins, Ar.cardeam, Sheet ftiiJ Musical I Orders Given Cartful Attention, People's Forum A SUPERANNUATION SCHEME FOR ALBERTA TEACHERS OFFICE STATIONERY LOOIC Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf. Price Books Monthljri Account Jyatem Countercheck Boohs. Legal Forms Filing Cabinets. Typewriters, Bought. Sold, and Repaired. 'IF IT IS FOR THE WILL HAVE IT Everall Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENGE AND FIFTH STREET Let Us Serve Jusl one glass of soOa ami know you win be a visitor lo our fountain. For ihr-rc's no other Hoda like uura. It's nectar and nothing less, stop (n today for your (Jrfit glaan of UN Why put olf the oxqulMle plcaanic lUch BOtli arforda? TRY A BOX OF OANONQ'S CHOCOL-ATE3 fifeST IN THE LAND; THE EMPIRE NEXT Tb ORPHEUM THEATRE An Open Letter to the for The Legislature EdHor Herald: the present lime there are men and women engaged In Ihc teaclilns in this province. This number IB Increasing annually, hut unfortunalclj; owing to the mea- gre salaries and (he opportunities of- fered by business and other profes- sions, the number of male teachers IB rapidly decreasing. Nearly five hun- dred teachers hare enlisted, and sev- eral have made the aliprerac sacrifice. Thua In the' future, llitre will he all loo few male teachers and Ihe average length of service. Is' )oa3 Mian llircc years aritl In many rural districts lees than two ycarg. The question at once arises; what can he done to make the profession moro permanent? There arc two larger saiarlca au- perannuatfon allowancc3. During the past llircc years Jn (he larger centres, salaries have been 'stationary or dc- crcaBlnK, while the high cost of living has enormously Increased. Similar have prevailed In Great Hrl-l lain and iho other Canadian provinces. I Despite war camlltfons, the govern- ment of Kngland Is coiisldcTlng a very large Increase In educational expend! lure tor the coming year. Fifteen mil- lions of dollars will provide for In- creases while elslttecn DilT- Ifons, seven hundred and fifty thous- and dollarR Is asked In order to pnl flccondary education within (he reach of wrerjr child. Tho of Iflrlo Ii6a also been grappling for ncr- eral with the prnLlcm ol decreas- (ng tlic conefant I'linnRcs In (he (cach- ing profession. It was flunlly decided thai the csUhltEhiDcnL of a pension fund woiUd (nrtnonrc (cacliera to re- main in the profession, so si (lie Jast session of tho provincial parllamtnl, n mipcrannuaUon scheme wng Tho fund will be sunnorlcil by contrlbullon3 from Ihc government afink teachers, fiomclhlng J.i no( done In Alberta, condftlonn ruay become worse, Stores Modernized At Small Cost Our low firIceri, aUractlvo sheei- mclal atoro 'fronts.-.draw good patrons .lo- the, merchant and Rood tenants (a the landlord. Stores are''jmlgeil appear- ances; let ua suhrnll designs anil cHallj- your store'can bc-iiiadc more anil proflinhlc, to .you. .In all tin and sh'c'c'd-m'eialVark. SHEET METAL GO. LETHBRIDGE WARE OUK WINDOW ANY PII2C11 15c from 25c 50c. Consumers Hardware Co N 'ALBERTA doOB'TO HIGINBOTHAM'fi'oRUQ STORE ;