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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH a, HKRMJJ, nruin nrmtmrn MAY SUCCEED FRENCH ILL TENDED fFrora Our tUBONS, March garl Grant has ala real eaiate from old poat haiWlag to bn.'ldlog rvcstiUy purdHLMd, ajKl plac- oil to Uu.buiUMM ottloa ot Mr.' Mtfr. Here Mr. Griat eipocto to Ujiu biulaesa In Ike very near fu turf. Mr.Tibert, of lumber seceaUy-aold enough lumber to .Mr. JJudley.at-Albkm Ridge to build, x new tkolr barn wu Utely ('.erlroyed bjr tire, I Mrsl W. Moore'B Jroui Car j maugaY, teen visiting with her, (or a few days last week. Mr. Alex.' has retarned from be liaa been viBillnj wiUi am. CnpMl, giving tho baby medical treatment. The T. CJ0- U. a'aoclal dance In the opera how on Friday evening. being IMP year the young ladlea had tee privilege to in-. vile whom they wtihad, hence ibey! took tho inltiaUTe- !u tils Interesting respect. Mr. Fisher of the depot, waa in Champion over the week-end. Miss M. returned from Lelhbridgo on Saturday where _shc has been for somo days- receiving medical V Hev. S. Pllie was Ufe preacher at Champion Sunday, February !9lh. Hiv. Thoa: Powell, supt..of missions, from Calgary, conducted' tho closing service ot the eathpatgn on Sunday night. Mr. Powell also preached Wed- nesday, Thursday and Friday last Veek with great aceepiance'to his ap preciativc- audiences. Sunday LORD DECIES mentioned today as s, prob LADY DECIES If her husband becomes Lord Lie tenant of Ireland, will be tho firs American woman to occupy th? vie regal lodge at Phocnis Park, Dubli She Is a daughter. c[ Hie lato Georg Goald. of 'rovincial Treannrer Gives Fig Has 1'aid ii (Special to.the Herald) Gilniour asked in the louse Thursday wlm MS ilia total evehuo collected'aaiar supplementary revcnuo >9ts from tho clt: ea In the province lu ter lion C it. Mitchell province treasurer gave Ihe following 40 Sialo 19i8 Wt R.307.19 137.92 1.040.1S 5.9M.7C 2.535.Gi U7UJ obvious tho record congregation of nli the services of tho two weeks' cam- paign. It was generally felt that much good will-result from these snccla. efforts put forth for the community. Mr. Powell left on Monday mornings train for Calgary. Mr. FairWo'it in bridge on Monday night. Mies H Hunt rstuincd from Soble- fcrd on Monday alter spending soim days Mrs. W. C. Cooper was a visitor In lAtiibridgo on Tuesday. Mrs. J. liedbetter returned liome from California where she has been Rncndingvthe greater pr.rt of the wint- er. Mr. A. Fowlie has been'oil Hie sick list for more than a week, suffering All will ba glad to loarn Ue Is much improved. Mrs. p. Kennedy, who lias been suf- fering .'from the 'flu during the past week IB now well on llio way tor re- covery.' Tlig 'Women's Instilute held their rPBBlar monlhly meeting In the rest room at 3.00 on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. McClelland, Mrs. Rnsmussen, Mrs. Pltre am! Miss Buchanan were nil visitors to Carmnneay lo attend tlio concert on Wednesday evening. A number men attendwl the Odd- iv.ihiirs: Asenclatton on Tuesday at Ct'rmangsy. They report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. G. Chew -were visit- ors in LethbridgB on Wednesday. Mr. I.atferty arrived home on Thnrs- day mornin? after helns away for Beveral weeks. 'Die dining room in connection witli the Barons hotel Is receivine Eome nilention with a -view to opening it ngalu for business. The sinft at the Ontario Aftricnl- tural College Is very shortly to be re- classified; witii new and improved oasis ot salaries. The sincere sympathy of Lheir friends goes out to Mr. and Mrs. b. Elford of Wcslfield on account ot the death of their son Ernie in Lelu- night '.bridge. McCnrty of Taber. returns Uome today after caring. for her si s- tcr-in-law, Mrs. McLean (or nbout a week, who has been rather seriously sick, .but is now slowly recovering. -Ulll IS HUM iiJUlllJ i c.v.wi Mrs. Stinson left foe Lethbrldgo last Saturday where she is to undergo an oncratlon. Mrs. Hector McKonzie is visiting Mrs. Murdo.McKeniio. Kir. N'eal. Is slightly indisposed. But Choice of Numbers Likely To He Made Within a Few Days Calgary Edmonton Lethbridge Medicine Mat IteJ Deer Wcfaskiwiii -Mr. Mitchell saia It was from the foregoing figuics lhat tome of the cities wore nol paying up pro- perly, two of tUcns having paid noth- ing for two scpara e years, whilo others had not fald in nearly what ivas due. The municipal department -was pressing them for payment and au.aujitor at work auditing ac- counts fa determine whether some of them had the money and were holding It or were unable to pay. CUTYUlK.lPOitK COST IN HALF BY USING A GET OUR BOOK- LET PF SATISFIED USERS. H.P. Kerosene Tractor TFiE DADDY OF THEM ALL FREE DEMONSTRATIOHS GWEN. SEE US BEFORE BUYING. lepairs GUI Specialt) We ber to notiiy cuttMMn tbat we we making amnfc _ t Repairs at oor Wareiioose E. A. SH ARMAN CO. 1 235-1235 SECOND AV ENUE LETHBR1DGE BUY YOUR OILS .AND GREASES FROM US- AS WE KNOW FROM EXPtR IENC6 WHAT OIL TO irtj to carry a hi Sae OTTAWA, March Canadian J. D. Reid, minister of railways and canals, stated last nlglitj that there had been no decision as yet as to who VoslS comprise tho committee of management of tho, Grand Trunk Railway when that sya-' tern ia taiion over by the govern men I. The choice of members of'the com- mittee may be uuule within a few days, however, -Would Lin Ban OTTAWA, March J. A. Currio haa filed a motion in tho com- TRY TO ATTRACT TEACHERS TO PROFESSION IN ONTARIO TORONTO, March a view IU o attracting a greater number of gra- duates to the teaching profession, Hon. R, 11. Grant, minister ot educa- i courso lea'ding lo a certificate of qnarU tion for Ontario, has completed ar-' flcatlon for tho schools of -the rangements with the oflcial system. Heretofore admission to: Toronto. Queen's University, McMas- the professional courses for ter University and tho Western Urii-, school teachers' certificates have'beenr versity, London. Ont.. whereby aliirtMricled to those who had completed graduates in arts at uiiy of Iho four! certain specified or approved courses universities are qualified to take the nt a nniversily. ..a; Hon. Geo. P. Smith Answers R. E. Neces- sary Qualifications (Special to tho Herald) KDMONTOX, March inter- esting'review, of .liic conditions under wliich teachers are granted permits to leach was given in the UU...U ._ mons favoring tlio return to the pen-j Thursday -by Hon. George P. slons status on the Grand Trunk rn lifter of education, In reply railways, of all men a series of questions put by Capt. ployed thereon who wore'penalized for I ji Campbell (opposition) Rocky taking part In any strike, by having' Mountain. AmonE'.lhe poin's Tjrongnl their pension standing "reduced, and .'OU( that while, ow- that Iho arbitrators in connection with teachers com- [the taking over of tlio Grand Trunk ing'iiito Canada, are allowed to teach -too instructed" to take into nccount as before Miey have ,-'been here long a-debt the amount retinired to make become -naturalized, they j-_j inusrin nil evcnis .take the oalh' ot allesiance- lo the-king. The minister. olj.eiUtcationigixe "Ihe total number of in Hie pro- vince for the tcrin'ending December 31 lasl, as 4099, of- whom H4 were Bood IN "DRY" CHICAGO CHICAGO. March "Ulcum powder druggists." whose equipment Voing liigh school or In said to consist ot a box or two of flarv. work 3555 talcum powder window display ar. inexhaustible supply ot whiskey for medical purposes, were under investigation by federal officers secon- school NO license, said-'ilr. SmlUi's. an- i _ swer, is gran'ed to teacb in Ihe pro- OR. OEO. EDGAR VINCENT under investigation by federal officers; unicsg candidate.produces President of Ihe Rockefeller Foun- following the arrest of physicians.' proof o[ lhe necessary academic and dation, wlio .is to be in Toronto on One doctors is said to have ad-. prOfCssiollai training) and ot good March 10 to' meet rertreseuta'tives of milted he had written from 100 to 200. moja) character, has Uiken the oath Canadian Universities and.discuss tlie prescriptions daily for whiskey, to the king, nor Is any from (1 to per perscrlpllon, t lic'en3eJ gronted unless tho .leacher, it nature of tho pat-1 c[ hn.s" laken a prescrib- 'cough." expendlturea of llio five million dol- lars which lia.3 beeii set aside to nssist medical education in Canada. Drink? Taste may satisfy you, but how about your comfort? If you drink tea or coffee and find a before-noon let- them and try INSTANT ed course for leachcra in one of the provincial training schools, li passed one- of the provincial tests. Neither 'is any teacher granted a permit to teach unless ho or she lias nt least a high school landing and is well equipped lo leach all subjects through the medium of Iho English language. Where a board of trustees petitions for a permit for. a teacher the hoard musl produce evi- dence that (hey have made' 'earnest efforts to teacher and have tailed; also tho department must have tlio recommendation of 'ilie Inspector that tlio permit be granted. ONTARIO'S ROADS WILL BE FOR THE FARMERS TORONTO, March must build-loada. not so much tor tourist traffic, inn for thn-farmer who posses ses Hie basic industry o! the said Hon. V. C. Hlggs, minister of highways, speaking before the Ontario Good Roads Association hero yester- day. He declared (hat an advance policy of good roads would do much lo nllay tlie present discontent In rural communities. Declaring that he would not approve of lhe Hearst gov- ernment's scheme, which would allow the use ot the road' from Ontario to Quebec only to the Janitors on the norlh'side, he said llml 1S24 miles of roads'would be necessary to meet tho present situation, 5 This table beverage with its snappy, coffee-like flavor is pure and If tea or coffee better health will follow a trial of JPostum. "There's a CANADIAN POSTUM CEREAL Co. LTD, Windsor. Ontario. A Remarkable Record of OilPull Performance of tractor aa tKtm- Umn to my parrhmr oi tmctoc At the curt of ih. tnctoc indMttr etewoyMM tfo 4. trft, Md during .hi. to. jpioo-ei Number One" ta fcoth 6 in No. applied to OBPoll In OOPM not enJy Mai bm net Thhli be b. him not tad Tbrn fmr of OflPnH M-W H. Pi to fit your SIR Tho Quebec i' raB was called lo explain his defiance of Doard of Commerce thnt he fomlah an ado quate supply of wlilto pnpor to cer lain Canadian LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AND SERVICE STATIONS BAAllM MOTOR COMPANY LTD., LETHBRIDGF ALEX. MCDONALD, MACLEOD GEO. MORTON, WARNER GRANUM" JAMES BEGUIN, FOREMOST CREEK C. A. FERGUSON, CARDSTON BAROHS'lMPLaiENT AND ACCOUNTING AGENCY, BARONS FOUNDATION LIMITED, NOBLEFORD ,v A. SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND J. X MLUNGMElRvTABER I. J. MCMILLAN DASE, GRASSY LAKE GEO, TS WRTOE, RAYMOND j ;