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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta lill RSiUY, MAUCM liHO K u.nummuL: DAUA HKHALD PAGE NINE MYERS MAY SCHOOLS SMASH PAST ATTENDANCE RECORDS; FEB. ENROLMENT 1931 'tiMd With Increase in Esli: mates of This Amount- Police fo Cost More The city estimates luivc nol yd been before liuv council to lie tx. ully slated and considered. It was .loped that the conference would pro- ans overseas. Mr. Fred Kobins has results tne mother coun- iS3umeii charge of the job department ,jry mce more, E. Downing, who held the position during Mr, Robins' absence having gone to Medicine HaLi ovtabe similar position on the) there! ''Ivan -MAlhers, wlnS'wenl; hrougli the thicfc of the fighting in- and Flanders, having enlisted j ,11 1914 with the 20th Battery has re-' .urned lo the press room to complete j sis apprenticeship. W. A, R. Cocq, j ilso a former member of the staff, has been added to the editorial staff. READY mm Donald, who has charge of the' Lieut. Scaddon Gets 160 Acres in Taher To Get Water T. who wenl over- seas with the 3rd C. M. is a visi- tor in tho city. He is the first sol- dier in the Tnbor district to gel a gov- ernment grant of land, having obtain- ed a quarter section three, and a half miles .southeast of the town. This city assessment department, under i land lie values in its present condi- Commissioner -Mcoch's supervision, in-1 lion as being on acre. Jt dkated to tho Herald this morning is in the area of the 17.000-acrc tract that the assessment tor was just in Ihc C. P. H. proposed irrigation nbout completed, and would likely to ready to go before tho council next week. A few of business blocks arc still io be assessed. Ono oC Ihe greatest changes in'-the assessment this year be a de- crease in the land assessment and an increase in tlio assessment on buildings. Land ta being reduced by about 10 per cent., while buildings will 3 Increased from 33 to 47 irer cent. That, at least, Is the feasia on which tho council assert for the assessment to be made, Tho total assefisment l beMn the neighborhood of or very little from last year. project. Lieut. Scaddon is an eu- thusiast for irrigation and loolcs horwi- fuliy to the comnletion of the project. Tiio farmers iu Hie district, he are unanimous in favor of Uie schenie and hold the Con Male .district as an example of the benefit to by gab? eil from irrLgatlng. How my tehnl' After or colds the kk (Madder often talkd __ or inflammation of tSe kidneys i This b (he of better W wisa and check the further inronds ot kidney diacue by obfuining that wonder- J ful ncir discorcry of Dr. I'icrcc'a known M "Auuric" because "Amiric" expebj the uric acid poifion from the body And pnins, euch M and joints. 1 Naturally when Ilic are ranged tN blood is fillwl with poisonous TO MEET GERMANS POSEN, com mi i- sion which was sent to arrange. new armistltp terms tstween the German i and the Petes to- day to meet the delegation sent from Berlin to arrange rfitions. wiwle mailer, which in Ihfl feet, mnklea "und or under the eyes in bag-like (ormbliona, Dr, I'iwceV Aniirir: U many times potent than lithia and often elimiafttes uric acid M hot, (eft mtlta ettfiM. Pp" Horn O.IT.-" Dr. Anurie Ii liM Ptet KkJocy ttmvJr I ForTnaTiy I Jnffcwrf with I my puff, ftn.1 t wUTi my bladder, wouM have wwiM fall of mrnt. I laVw nrarly evrry welf- krwirn kidney icmwlr bot I f (Into (vet M? frtcd doei hti clcitvd Inspector Shoeucjlham the H. X. W. M. P. was entertained by (no Cypress Club at Medlclno Hat On hjg leaving for Lethbridge and was pre- sented with a handsome club bag and n smofclng sot. The presentation on i boh alt of the club was made bj" Mayor Huckvflle aocompaured by the rending of an eulogistic address. JrV speclor Shoflbotham was seven year.1! in Medicine Hat and was very popular there. He arrived in HUB morning to lake nj' his now duties nt division NtW PROPOSALS COPENHAGEN, March Negotiations at Weimar have resulted in the German govern- ment proposing that the toldien1 and workmen's council be made an organic part of the government unc'rtr the new constitution, ac- cording to a Berlin dispatch re- ceived here. SEVEN TEST HOLES FOR COAL ACROSS RIVER Last year tlicre were indications At one [iino tbat tho Hogcra coal properly iho river due weal from the city would likely bo developed by Win- nipeg capital. Little has been hennl nf (lie project during the. winter, but iliirmf? that tLmo Ih'c proruuluin been busily engageil In Jown lo tbe looptUy, 3bven l-aving been Some mi- uoumcFneiii !is to a (urine nol ley CZECHOSLOVAK FRONTIER PARIS, March questions relative to the frontier of Czecho- slovakia .were- examined yester- day afternoon, by llvi Czecho- slovak commission and consider- able progress was made, according to the official communication is- sued by (hat body. CALGARV WAR STAMP SALES Calgary's Keneral post oRlee' reporl worth of national savings thrift stamps sold In. the weeks. The ImnVs anil sub-post offices also rcrKirt an active demand am! the total (01 [he city will he impres- sive. FORMER SECRETARY OF 0. S. NAVY DEAD tAMl'A, rii., Vaiirh G.'-MJlarj- A setrtjiary of the navy ilurliij loilny 'iit thVng'e of yenra. This Week We Are Showing the Correct Spring Styles in Poplin Dresses, Silk and Cloth Skirts, Spring Coats and Suits new slock of exclusive styles that represent the finest values we have ever shown. Newest Coats TWEED TRENCH COATS coat inc nude in siyly with largt; imcli wide belt. ij'PtiUd liac'K tnade and good (iUins stylu. SiierUlly pric d at COVERT COAT A uetiul iiini style. Made from gfl lish Covt-ti i InUi waist tfftct. De'K, trim mod with rt i-overeil buttons. oil quality ol Eng- (.'tiffs anil pfickeis i-overeil buttons. A C ftfi SAND SHADE COAT A very in smirl shailc of vclour. Made wiile belt anil culiar. 1'leated bat-V. I'leats arrungcii on sides of coat tu fortn panel A ienl stylish coat, 'U.........BROWN GABERDINE 'COAT Ilrown Oaberrtln? Coal Ju sijiai't spring style. Collar of self material trimme-l blue Novelty slash pockets, bone huttons arc nstvj for iriiiiinfuK jiockels, collar, etc. A A At ..............................-.......t... VELOUR COAT A Vclour coat in pretty shude 01. French blue with wide belt, neat roll collar. Trimmed wiih large sood Duality pearl Tjuttons and small self covered buttons. Very pretty. j p WHITE COATS............ length whits polo cloth coats in smart new spring style. Collar, pockets and holt finished with silk braid. A very attractive coat at a very popular i r price 10. JU NOVELTY SERGE SKIRTS A nnvelty serge shirt in good shade of grey. Jlade ivitli girdle, (rimmed with Targe buttons and noiv ssash pockcls. Value and wear in this skirt. 1 O 7 C At D Poplin Skirts EVERY ONE A BRAND NEW GARMENT A very preuy styly, Tuatlo with widy belt anil novellj jiotktts. In black, pact! and navy blue, trimmed with fancy nt 1 7C A PLEASING STYLE This is a t-tyle Hint will appeal lo you a( first irlance. from gooi qua-lit y of silk poplin in sand, bniwii, grey, Mack and burgundy shades. At -f