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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Dully Herald, Wednesday, March Page 9 The Hudson's Bay Co. Every department has been working under full pressure of late marking off our direct importations of new goods, and the store is filled with bright new goods from the looms of European manufacturers. No mid- dlemen's profits to pay. We step right out to the call of Spring with a bustling array of bright new bargains in the newest goods Gents' Fine Blue Serge. Made from tlio finest serge, and dyed with the best'indigo dye. Price Gents' Grey Worsted Check patterns; has fancy cuIT on sleeves and pants with fancy pockets'. A verv stylish suit. Price Gents' Double Breasted Made from fine striped tweeds in different colors. Price Men's Dark Tweed fancy stripe; very dres- sy suit'." Boy's Two-Piece in Norfolk style in different pat- terns: sixes 23 to 28. Prices from to i Boys' Three Piece var- ious shades and patterns; sizes from 29 to 33. Prices toflQ Boys' Dark Green Worsted Suits style -with bloom- er paiits. Price have a lull range of Boys' Gild various pat- terns in open and bloomer style. All ...75c to Xeck frills in each box; sky, 'pink, cream and white 25c Four wlri te only: 2 boxes A Special Line in Elastic- and leather, in all col- ors: and white wash- belts. from .25c each Treasurer's Report j Tiie report showed re-i colpts for the year so far to have (been 1.37, and expenditures The principal items for the 'month- of fc'ebruui'y were construction and re- pairs supplies sal- aries 1'uel care taking insurance debentures During the month teachers werej hid on account of illness for a total of seventeen days. Miss Me- 'JUt'.'e placed ou the schedule at tlie maximum salary, the board not considering the fact that she had been away from the sohool -a months several years ago suflicient to bar her from drawing the maxi- mum. The nvattf-r of an increase in sith'ry for the kindergarten assistant :it Westminister n-as left with Che of school management com- mittee. Docked ?25 a Day Ju une discussion as to the remun- lightly lower than for Jautiary ow-i eration the 'board should give Jos. kg to the cold weather during -the1, B-A- his services in sup- SCHOOL BOARD HAD UGHT SESSION Action Of Education Department Is a Surprise At iheir. regular monthly meeting the school iboard had a i'.n session. Tlie attendance for February was Loose Tea Loses Flavour It not only loses Savour, but worse than this, loose tea takes on new odors, such as coal oil, molasses, onions, coffee, soap, tajr. nothing of its, exposure to the sun, dust, dirt and air. Therefore for protection II SALADA II 12 A is sold only in sealed lead in balk. -----'Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 5Qc, 60c and 70c per Jb.------ of maps and cases totalling ?270, This supply will the schools. Vacuum Cleaner The board accepted tihe offer of a: T'ELEGRAPHICK It was stated empliaticiiiy :ii: the Parliament Buildings, part of the -and a good) eal of sickness, chiefly measles. The row for the board, owing i firm to place a vacuum cleaner in the Q c jameS( deputy to failure of .Mr. Martin to arrive! Centra! school on approbation. The to rake his high school duties, it was nrollment at Central was fi-1-1 and at j VesUHhister a total of TheiLiono tint the department of educa- deducting from Mr. enrollment for February, 1WJ, was Morgan's salary for the -six .days he :i diitorence of an increase j for the board after being ap- or about'forty per cent. The average j jointed inspector, attendance was 689, an average of 74 surprised at )er cent. There were 117 new pupils and removed, leaving a net increase o: for the month. TJw board was surprised at this as the minister education had given liis consent thu't .Mr. 'Morgan should help the board out for a few days. They consdered firm expresses itself as being sure riculturc, will not accept ihe palslrip of Mac-Donald lit. that if che cleaner is in the school De Bellevue in Ihe place oi Dr. James Robertson, wuo resigned of it will be the means of selling several in the city. The 'machine costs and -is supposed to clean thoroughly. The board had considerable discus- sion witili regard to a plan for beau- tifying tile school graunds particular- Janitor Jones of Westminster school j.that the docking of a day was put asked for an extw allowance for the j rageous. It is undeistood, however, work entailed in eirin-a. for tlie sec-'j tluu die department -will write ond room -a.t the Baiiley street for three months before Christmas. The board, however, could not see its way clear to meet the request. board about the matter and until -that time Ohe board will not take it up witn the department. The 'board authorized the purchase Collegiate Institute Jn shape before Uie 'building is erected. Mr. Knech- ted of the Dominion forestry depart- ment will be consulted-as to a gen- eral plan when he comes here to lec- ture next month. time ago. The ma r r i age v a s eel cb r a ted i'i e yesterday of Miss Mary. Fi'tfthiugliam, a Char.his. ?r.otiiihg- ham ol New Mid Count ander Koteneff lu-ahew of i Count Leo Tolstoi. Militia orders issued today show that regulations are gazetted where- by university candidates who have studied in the Canadian universities having courses of military instruction, may obtain concessions in the regular service. SHOE DEPARTMENT This department is now coin plcte with all the most up to date styles for Spring. For are showing a Hartt full range of shoes manufac- tured and shipped direct' to us from 'Edwin C. Burr. New York. Also the SilKid brand, another leading Ameri- can manufacture. Then wo have our noted Fitwell Shoes, made up in all the latest de- signs, at per pair For are showing the best values and styles thai be produced by such up to date manufacturers as the Slater Co.. McPherson Shoe Co.. The newest .and C c II r> r> r Also we have a choice selection of styles, Eit- well brand, at Our Boys' Gii'lp' and Infants' Dept. are equally well rep re I Kuhhers City Boots Just now to feel the necessity of rubbers or city boots. V< e carry arfull variety of these "-owls. Also