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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917 ��(J. � ��' -...... " �1 �-��^ THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVETf TEACHING STAFF Lethbrtdge schools will cIobo for tbe summer holidays on Juno 2SUh and will re-open on September 4th. Tlint was tbe decision of the school board ai; Its regular meeting yesterday �t-tornoon. Quite a number of changes woro made In tho school teaching staff by tho report of tho school management committee submitted by Chairman Wallace. Miss HysBop and Miss Coffin havo resigned from tho staff. Miss Dawson asked leavo of absenco until January 1, 1918. Miss Dora Nlminons was granted leave of absence until September, 1018. Miss Qrotu Fraser, Miss 11a Pentland. MIsb Evelyn M. Fraser and Miss Agnes Livingston �wore appointed to the teaching staff on the regular salary schedule. Miss Birch will bo aBked to fill'Miss Dawson's position during tho latter's ab-Nonce. Need Another H. 8. Teacher, The high school is growing so rap-Idly In attendance that another teacher will be required next year and temporary quarters for a new room wero ordered to bo propared. This �will make six rooms In tho High School. A malo toachor will be advertised for who will teach general subjects. The school management commltteo was left to communicate with George McKlllop regarding his assuming tho dutlOB of cadet and physical instructor next term. The board decided that owing to the continual changing of nurBes by tho Nursing Mission, a permanent nurse should be secured for school medical Inspection dutlos, and tho secretary was Instructed to advertise for applications. The attendance report for May ehowed: 1917. 1918. Enrolment for month .. 1646 1656 Average dally attendance 1438 1368 Percentage.......... 87 88 Total enrolment for term 1890 1747 Average term attendance 1476 1336 MILADI MERCHANT'S WIFE ADVI8ES LETHBRIDQE WOMEN "I had stomach trouble so bad 1 could eat nothing but toast, fruit and hot water. Everything else soured and formed gas. Dieting did no good. I was miserable until I tried buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlorika. ONiC SPOONFUL benefitted me INSTANTLY." Because Adler-i-ka empties BOTH large and small intestine it relieves ANY CASH constipation, sour Btomach or gns and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of anything wc ever sold. -J. 1>. HlKlnbothnm &. Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lothbrldgo.-Advert. Miss Shirley and Mrs. Stlckloy have loft to spend two weeks at Elko, D. C.    Miss Verna Hamly of Calgary Is spending hor vacation with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hamly.  �  Mrs. D. S. Williamson returned homo on Tuesday from Jarvis, Out., whoro sho was called a month ago by her mother's sudden death. Dominion Ilebekah lodge No. 41 will meet tonight in the Oddfellows hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Hobokahs are cordially Invited to attend. � �  Mrs, John Ollmore has left to visit friends In Calgary, DIdsbury and Edmonton. Willie in Edmonton sho will attend tho Eastern Star convention.    Mr. C. P. P. Conybeare Is In Calgary attending tho Knights of Pythias convention. Mr. Conybeare Is supremo representative of the lodge for Alberta.   � The women of the Baptist church will sow at the Hed Cross rooms on Friday from 3 to 5. Every woman of the congregation who possibly can, la urged to go to tbe rooms to sew.  * * The Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. B., will be In charge of tho Chinook Club tea room tomorrow afternoon. Special arrangements are being made to serve Ice cream to the children after the circus.   � The tea at the Hudson's Bay tea room yesterday afternoon held by the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. E., in aid of a French hospital .under the French flag nursing corps, was very largely attonded. The tables, which were crowded all afternoon, wore decorated with gold fleur-de-lis and quantities of small silk flags of the allies, kindly loaned by J. G. Robertson Co. Quantities of flowers alao added to the attractiveness of the newly-renovated tea room. A musical program was given by Mrs. R. W. Long, MrB. W. J. Nelson, Misses Meryl O'Hagan and Dona Murray; Miss WaBhbrook sang very feelingly the Marseillaise. Thirty-three dollars was made for tbe good cause. Mrs. G. W. Leech and Mrs. A. G. Baalim were the convenors and wero assisted by Mrs. A. F. S. Tatum. Misj Agnes O'Hagan and Miss Marlon Marrs.    The Liberal women of the town of Vermilion at a meeting hold recently organized a club to bo known as the Wonion's Llboral Cl,ub of the Town of Vermilion. The officers elected wore as follows: Hon. president, Mrs. A. L. SIfton; president, Mrs. Dr. Ryan; 1st vice president, Mrs. Mc-Lelland; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. John Lew; HOcrotary-treaBurer, Mrs. S. Uosborough. It Is tho Intention of the club to hold monthly meetings as soon as suitable rooms can bo furnished. Application has boon made to tho Llborul executive at Edmonton for tho latest literature of the Liberal party, as it is tho Intention of the club to keep In touch with ail current matters affecting tho Liberal party; not only in tho province, but also of the Dominion. From the large attendance and the keen Interest manifested, tho Women's Liberal Club of Vermilion have sot an example that might well bo followed by other places in the province.  � � * � * RED CROSS NOTE8.  If yostorday's splendid attonrtanoe at tho Red Cross rooms continuos, It will be possible to greatly Increase tho number of articles in the regular monthly shipments, &b well as to finish at least one quilt each Wednesday. Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Oifford, and Mrs. McGregor have pieced several quilts which are ready to be quilted. During the month of May, the pressing committee pressed 1283 articles. Yesterday the packing commltteo filled several large boxes with a total of 2118 artilclei, which were prepared flor shipment by Mr. Bissett who has always kindly assisted In this way. The shipment Included 408 T bandages, 376 slings, 306 pillowslips, 252 towels, 162 bath towels, 156 binders, 120 many-tailed .bandages, 82 pyJamaB, 54 sheets, 47 day shirts, 30 surgical stockings, 30 nurse's aprons, 30 prs. sockB, 12 housewives, 12 comfort bags, 7 bed pan covers. 7 bedside bogs, 6 hot water bottle covorB, 6 nurses' caps, 4 pr. nurses' sleeves, 4 surgeons' coatB, 3 property bags, 2 bed jaajsots, 1 pair slippors. Mrs. Wm. Scott, chairman Packing Committee. GROCERY SPECIALS Phone 1766 FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONXY 20 lb. tuck of B. C. Sugar and 1 Evaporated Apricots, per lb. 30c 16 oz. tin of Eggo Baking Egge, per dozen ...........40c Powder. Both for cash only. Evaporated Peaches, 2 lbs. 35c At ............. ...... $2.23 Old Dutch, 3 tine for......23c Pink Salmon, good quality In 1 1 lb. of Blue Ribbon Tea and 1 lb. tins, 2 for............26c lb. tin of Blue Ribbon Baking 1 4-lb. tin of King Beach Rasp- Powder. Reg. 75c 8peolal 65c berry Jam and '/* lb. tin of Qifoo answers same purpose as Fry's Cocoa for........$1.00 lard. Special, 3 lb. tin ... 80c Molassne, Red Fox brand, 2 lb. Tin-vr r\cn tins, each ............... 16c UKl liUUJJ� St. Charles Evaporated Milk, 8 Black Saxony Wool, skein.. 2Bc tins for............... $1.00 Sllklne, all colors, 4 balls for 25a Weston's Sodas, 10c pkgs. Spec- Ladles' Black Hose 3-80 brand, la I, 3 for...............25c 2 palre for............. 35c WE DELIVER TO ALL PART8 OF THE CITY SUP1NA & SON 230 THIRTEENTH ST. N. IN THEIR CAUCUS Ottawa, June 14.-The Conservatives wore in caucus this morning from 10 to 1 o'clock. When tho meeting broke up, Sir Robert Bordon said that railway matters and other questions were considered but that he had no statement to make. It is understood that the general situation arising out of the conscription bill and the proposal to Introduce an Income tax measure were considered. Necessity of action of some kind to deal with the railway situation was, it Is understood, thoroughly discussed. The interest pay-ments which the G.T.P. and C.N.R, companies may not be able to meet are soon falling due and the government will have to decide whether temporary measures are to be taken or the report of Drayton-Acworth report recommending nationalization of rail ways acted upon. It Is stated that the amount of temporary aid which tho railways would require to take them selves over the year Is not large. CARD OF THANKS I take this opportunity of thanking all those who so kindly helped to find my father MRS. P. K. McNEIL. Puts a WHITE Sewing Machine In Your Home at Once Not a reason in the world why you shouldn't have one of these best-of-all machines-unless it be that you put off this opportunity too long. The White Progressive Club" Only 23c Needed To Join You have choice of 15 model* of the world'* best sewing machines-prices starting at $19.85. Gewlng machine will be sent home to you as soon a* you join the club. You pay for the machine In email weekly sum* after. If you care to do so, by paying one or any number of final payment* In advance you can earn 10 cent* on each on* thus paid. Special reduced price* are open to club members. No Interest or extra* of any kind are added for club privilege*. A solid oak sewing chair I* given free with each White Sewing Machine. There is little need to elaborate on an opportunity so free of the usual purchasing difficulties. But we urge those interested to join the Club early, as the number of the memberships has been limited to 200 only. , JOIN MONDAY Sale will run one week only. Monday June 18 to Saturday, Juno 23. j BAWD EN BROS. Lethbridge Ctnnplete Home Furnishers Phone 025 c to your advantage. With nice Warm Weather upon us we have a big range of Summer Suits and Dresses to show our Customers Palm Beach suits, sport suits, muslin dresses in all colors and styles. Voile Waists Hand embroidered fronts, lace trimmed, large collars. The daintiest you can iind in the city. Special line at 2.19 Others, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50. Boo/5 and Shoes at extra Special Prices for Friday and Saturday HOUSE SLIPPERS Ladlos' Dongola Kid House Slippers. Plain toe and medium heel, wide fitting with one strap. A very comfortable and serviceable slipper. * qq Sizes 3 to 7. Friday and Saturday only ... 1�0�7 SANDALS Children's tan leather barefoot sandals. Wide fitting and solid leather, sewn sole. Very serviceable and cool. Sizes 3 to 7�2' Special .... $1.25 Sizes 8 to 1014. Special ... $1.35 Sizes 11 to 2. Special......$1.50 PUTTEES The Fox's famous new non-fray spiral puttees in khaki color. � p< A Special ................................ biull LADIES' SHOES Broken lines of ladies' shoes Including gun-metal, button or lace. Patent with kid top. Bluchers with medium or low heels. Sizes 2% o jq to 4. Special ..............,............. �*4�f LADIES' PATENT SHOES Ladies' Patent Leather, cloth top shoes. Wide fitting and medium toe with low heels. A very suitable shoe for growing girls. *% aq Special ................................ L�OiJ WIDE ANKLE SHOES Ladies' wide fitting Dongola kid shoes with patent tip and wide ankle tops and common sense henls. A very comfortable and dreBsy shoe. q qq Sizes 2% to 8. Special................... OmiJU CANVAS SHOES Lailies' high cut straight laced canvas shoes. Plain toe with leather sole and white leather concave he'3ls. Neat and dressy. Sizes 2% A At\ to 6%. Special ......................... ftelif LADIES' SLIPPERS Ladies' kid and patent leather pumps with French heals. Narrow widths and small n QQ sizes. Special .,.........................<5��J*f MEN'S WORK BOOTS Men's box calf blucher boots. Wide, fitting and block too. Pegged sole. A good wearing o oq boot. Special ........................... �*Oa MEN'S DRESS SHOES Men's gunmetal button and blucher boots. Block too and wide fitting with a compound rubber sole. A vory pliable shoe for street wear. tf C A Friday and Saturday only...............D�DU INCORPORATED ta^O TECONOMIOTS FOR THE PEOPLE HERBE3T E. DUtlBtOCE STOOES COMMISSIONER mmt NEW HOMESTEAD MAP A new edition of the Southern Alberta Homestead Map-a most useful publication, both froju. the standpoint of the settlor and thp business man-1 has just'been issued .by tho Natural Resources, intelligence Branch of the Department of Interjpf, Ottawa. While the primary object of this: map may be said to have been to afford reliable information to the pros-' peciive settler as to land open for lb-CfttibnMt ir dtsy&Gffened to assist "'the general public which in many Instances supply the "sinews of war" tor the opening up of a now country. Tho color scliomo adopted in former odltions of tho map has been simplified in this tho tenth edition. The land has been divided into two main classes. The first of these represents that which has been already patented and tho second shows that which, while entered for,, has not yet been patented. In addition to these divisions the various colors indicate forest resorvos, Dominion parks, timber berths, grazing leaBos, Dominion land offices, and coal arooB. Tho areas uneolored and shown as surveyed are available for settlement. Another very Important feature shown is the precise location of the railroads-these great arteries of trade-while other topographical features bucIi as the position of lakes and rivers arc also Indicated. Application to the Superintendent of tho Natural Itesourcos Intelligence Branch of the Department of Intorior, Ottawa, will secure a copy, "tfrao of charge,-----:- AVIATORS ARRIVE. Washington, June 8.-Aviators from the navy flying corps have arrived safoly in Frauco for a duty that may present itself, according to a state-, meat iBsued today by Secretary Dan^J ielB. They are the first of the Amen-1 can fighting force to reach Franca; and numbered 100. � C. N. R. EARNINGS Toronto, Juno 12.-Canadian Norttw e'rn railway system gross earnings (of, week ending June 7, 1917!' v) $90S,700; from July to date, ?38,10l#, 8Q0. Corresponding period laSt'Vew, $029,700; from July 1 to-dftfe; ^30;677A 500. An increase of $279,000; UroiA July 1 to dato, $7,427,300. ;