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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THJB I.ETHBRIJDDAILY HJSRALD WcJncsrtny, Mavi'ly r>, 1013 r r OUT of BIG SLAUGHTER SALE - - � t ital boiird^n, giving to the .council the .yiiormation , that like all other hospitals, 1 they are not receiving cqougl} money to teup them s'"ns. executive,oriicer to look after the general business^ ;oi the: hospital is em-ployeil,-ibutihe.board has still the th,S/� privilege of tollecting iheir own accounts. The board asked for a vole ot-TOOnej' to assist in the, work, which . .vas-refei-red -to the .Jinaace conimit- ; Plumbing and gas bylaws received their-! first , leaUinB- Other routine business :was cacried on. The auditors' . report shows the revenue ac-co'iint to'have a good credit. The water ir,orI{S account has,a surplu.'s of over :%4,0OO, after paving all charges against the (lepiirtment in repairs, cxtclistons, etc, fer load than any. previous month, reduced the amount over $100. Eni;i-necr .\Ithaia is ol the opinion it will be further reduced, iind that May 1st toay see t'lie""li.?l�t accounts reduced.' Preparations are going on in the various departments for the Avork oi the v'ekr, �'and several Improveinents will be liiade.  Provinciri Trl. Mc-Keiizie. s^eht'Saturday, Suudav and Mbiiday, at hciiiie. He had a busy tiiite looking after many thinRs (or tlie dfttricl. He returned on the late train on ]VIonday, .md expects to be home a.a;ain_[or ihe prize winners banquet on" "March 8 th. District court is being held this week,' many Small court being up for .settlement. Town iilorchants report business not so great in volume, it being contined !to the ac�uai M'ants, and alnw/st all cash.; ' - ' (J. ;b. .�\icJ,eila�, who resi:'. 'A tlw "dwellers of the plains" on't'Mojii^y. evening there was an at iiome. file callers were few iuud se-lect^ Alter the various delicacies wers r]i.spose(l pfi an entertainment of Chiu^'ifrdltowed, ;\vhich was ended by of a bottlef, The artist made;, a mis- j| take and it fell on the-head ot one' of the guests, causing a slight depression. The scene was. change,d, the police taking part, playing thej^ part well, as did also the medical man. .So natural vi'as their part, many thought it was real, and so it was the next morning when prominent actors' looked out between the bars and asked what had happened. The answer came, "Ten dollars or( twenty days." It was paid. W. Turner, of Hazelmere, wlio has charge of the entertainment for the prize winners, is a very busy man this week. He expects all the newspapers from Winnipeg west to be rep-re.s'ented at the iranquet ; also many prominent public men from all parts of the western provinces. Pvcv. R. Boyle, who resigned from the Presbyterian church, Macleod, has an opportunity of accepting a call in the B. C. presbytery, or *lie may take some ollicial position in his church higlier up. Rev. K. K. Bishop spoke on missions last .Sunday to large congregations. His theme was that of giving treel.v of what w^e had received, the missions, .-ind our part in helping the great cause. P. Kartwright, who has been in the sanilariuni at 7''raiik for three iijonths, has recovered sufTiciently to return home, and will resume his duties ill a few days, Profe-ssor .^llenwill deliver his lecture in the Presbyterian cViurch Wednesday evening on geology. '.\ large crowd will no doubt greet the professor, .Irs on his last visit and lecture on this interesting subject, he told lii.s audience he w-as looking lot information concerning the chinook wind. Premier Sifton may be one of the .speakers at the convention Saturday, and at the banquet in the evening. �John rierron ivas a visitor to Macleod -a few days ago. He talked with hi.s faithful friends, quietly, earnestly, and implored them all to be true to their faith, as he was going to Ottawa, and was sure he would bring-each one of them a nice little toy, in the shape of a job, when he returned, but they must promise tc be good. . Thpy dida't all promise. ftophers are  plentiful these Marcli days. a Weather Philosopher Too inuch mist; much too cl�art Too much sun; much too drear! Much too calm; too much iliiow! Wlio can foretell such weathei',' or know? \Mith too warm; much too chill-' Too much wind; much too still! Too much rain; too much snow! Yet we must bear it, whether of no! Winter ciothe.s-much too hot! Drop them-ti'c�7,e, like as not! Too much change. Time will show Whether we weather this weather or no!---Oeorg^ B. Moore wood.' Cardston, March 4.-.President Wood and his staff of helpers left this morning for the north, -where they are to perform an anual duty In visiting the northern wards of the Church or Jesus Ohrist of Latter Daj; Saints. Thp places visited will be Glaresholni, where a splendid cause has been established; Orton, a farming district east of Macleod; Starllne, Pr,anl�bufg', Pine Coulee, all east of the Calgary branch of the C. P. R. The plan of visiting these scattered Wards was evolved by President "Wood some years ago, and has been carried on with vigor ever^since. After the visiting of the wards is BR^ND computed the iiarty 'will go into the city of Calgary, -where foiii- Cardston miasionafies are woi'king now, and an organization will be affected there. President Wdod reports tha;t the cbwch has now iti Calgarj; some forty niiernbers. These will be gathered together and regular services held hereafter. The heads oi. the church at Cardatoii are not quite satisfied with the prominence which has been given to the work in Cal*;ary by the papers^ of that city. The headlines described it as a "conquest of the city," when nothing more -was intended by the church than that it should be a gathering in of its members. Even correspondence sent from Cardston hag been "wrongly Interpreted, they think. SOUIi A TRUSTEES LEAGUE Cardston, Alta., March 1.-At the meeting of school trustees called for Saturday in Cardston a good representation was in attendance. All the school districts .south of Spring Coulee With the exception of Taylorville, Kimball, and Hcazer sent delegates and business ol considerable importance was done. It was decided to lorui a permaueut organization to be known as the Trustees League for Southern Alberta. Mr. Billingslv, of Glenwood, was elected chairman of the league, and in their choice tli'^y have a live trustee, and one niidcr whom the new organization should go ou to good work. i\Ir. 1. M. Coombs of Leavit^?v,^,iO'KK!;H^ �':.*�^/^:�s;iin:SH�i%;.-:�,5.: '^:"^:":-;^-^^:'B'^;>;i^ That's the big essential of all; foods Kellogg's Com Flakes possesses this quality in a high degree. Has a flavor all its own-as nutritious j as heavier foods but, bping more easily digested, is far more sustamtng:\ Sold by all Grocers at 10c., \ Look for this signature 80 ;