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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta '�A THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wodnosday March Stii. 1011 SCHOOL BOARD WILL PAY FARES OF HALF A DOZEN TEACHERS Chairman Fleetwood Explained Meaning of a Recent Speech "Mr. Long's Resignation Accepted - Increase in Attendance A lively debute look pliice nt (lie| More Money for Caretaking Srliool Board meeting lust iiiKln over K. Oxland. janitor, wrote poiiitiiiR ilie qiipstlon whether or ncn tlie board out thnt itirco rooms had been added should pay a purl or ilio wliole of the to flie work and requtsting that his ruilroad fares of teachers aftending allowance for assistance lie Increased the Provincial Kdiicutioiinl Association correspondingly. He was allowed I'onvention at Kdraonton during Kasterji;!n per month extra, i "celi- I Wanted Larger Feeg I .Miss Holes, secretary of the I.eth-i ^^'"i- Williams, architect uii the ijiidjie Teachers' .�Association, wrote.,'^^'"slminster school addition roniplei-[�uiniiiiK out the advantajies of {lie con->il slimmer, stihmilted u stale- V-Miiioii lo lenchcrs, and iskeil that the;'"fnt of $liT-l. being the balance due Hoard pay the whole or a purr of the him for siiperiiitendinK the Job. In ilie irailn)ad fares of leacliers attetidlng, j c'R^nal M]\ ho said a niislake had She ((tioteri from an address given by been made In char^dns only b per cent. L'liairman Fleetwood af ihe Southern 1 commlBsion. instead of 7Vj per cent.. Alberta convention last year in which j ^'''irh hp claimed was the commission jhe made the siisgestion thai school j">Ht should have been chatKed. The I trustees should pay the railroad fares' "latter was referred to Ihe Boards jof teachers airendiiiK sii'-h salherings. i solicitor. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager._PHONE 64*. BIOSCOPE LECTURE BY Herbert Booth MONDA Y, MARCH 13th An entrancing story of The Eurltj Christians Admission 50c. Gallery 25c Chairman Explains j Chairman Fleetwood, however, vaoat ed the chair, in order to move a motion directly contrary to ihe retjuost. His moiion was to the effect that ihe let-1 er be received and thai ihc secretary; reply lo ii slalin.s; iliat until ihe hoard. Increased Attendance The school reports for the month of Febrtiory ahfted Ihe followinR totalled flsures for tbo five city schools as compared with the corresponding month last year; Knrollment for mo...lo:!H is made aware thai thi' pnyment of Avse. daily at'nce NEWS FROM 2-15. J. .lochem was in Warner on busi-! Tiess last week. j Ben Eilert. F. A. l-effinpwell and .lacob Kasper were in !^thbrid.ee on business last week. .\s the snow still remains on the tiound much of the stock is in poor condition, and there is a great demand i for feed of all kinds. ' There have bffen many case."! of la ( grippe in this section this winter.  Henry Ellen went to Lethbridge on j Saturday. i MANY EXTENSIONS TO STREET LIGHT SYSTEM 725.78 !tft4 721.17 ntirlns :.'i  moi.ih seveiileen new 1 iipils wor.? enrolled and ten had left. District's Finances The fiiuii.'cii,! !t:iieii)ent for rl.e arc. altogether dilTerem to the provln-^MOMv.p.i !�: liie secreiarv- ..treasurer was received and adopted. . .s:(.'..'.i2 . , , , , , Fer cfmingc ........ SO.sr. ! tares ,s made Kencral .y the school | ,^,,,.,,sf, boards of the province. ,t could not Uailv a!t, per term 7tiS.oy consider the proposal, ripeakiuf; to the motion, he said he had made the remarks that were i|uoi>Hi in the letter at a district conicnuoii. and they .Tpplled III di.sn-icl coincntion.s which Cosy Warm MATINEE EVERY DAY The Big Feature Marked Trail Great Western Drama :-: To-day only NEWS FROM MACLEOD ciai convention. He was in favor of. The chief expendiHires consisied of ja certain amount of obligation on those Council Adopted Report of Supt. Raid - Expenditure i-�"''*'ih Ave, .\. from 12ih St, C. .\, Of j ness distnici. The arc lamps at pres-� west 30u feei. If your hair is getting thin, gradu-' 'n i'*"? moved to the ad-' On J7rh Sr. S. from 6th Ave. A. .\ ally falling out, it cannot be long be-I-Jo'u'nB district and the incandescent | to 8ih .\ve. X. rot-e the spot appears. i lamps replaced by the arcs will be The greatest i-emedy t� stop the ^ "�ed for resideniiril extensions, hair from falling is SAL\IA. the' Poles and Wires Extensions great American haii grower, first dis- iDuff Addiiioin covered in England. SALVIA fur on 9th Ave. s' from Mb St, east niBhes nourishment to the .hair roo^ j j/,th St. S ducted was a waste of money. Th*:,tie report of Mr. Lynn on the subjeci '.expected. Change convent service. jsrhool boards were asked lo spend, being .nivcn to each architect as a' On U'lh ri;, S. remove old line and , """i'?-'' sending half a dozen teach-i guide. ers to Fdmonton, when for less money Teacher Resigned \ the half dozen experts who address j Harold G. Long submitted hi.s resig-ihe provincial convention could be , na:io, ag maoher of Standard V., ("en-sent aroimd to ilie district conventions I iral School, asking if iiossible that he and acts go quickly that people are amflzed. .-^ large bottle for 50c SEED POTATOES For Sale We are importing from the 1', S. a quantity of the following well known varieties of potAtoes for Heed ptir poses:: Green Mountain, Irish Cobbler, Wurat Triumph. Early Ohio and Ourbank. . .Samplns can bp seen at ovir office. Gfit .vour orders In early as we have bui a limiied quan-tity to offer, Marshall & Ramsey Phone 676 - Room 4 Southard Block- Lethbrldge On Sth Ave. S. from lnth St. east to nth St, S, On 9th St. S. from ;�th Ave P. to lOih Ave. S. On 10th Si. S. from Stb .We, S. to lOth Ave, S. i South Lethbrldge I On 6th Ave. .S, from l.'.ih jJ', cast 3'10 feet. On 14th St. S, from 'iMi ,\vh. S. to Hth Ave. S. ' Ou l.iih 9t, S. from 3rd Ave. S. south lo 5tli .-Vve. S, On ")th Ave. S, from Sili S: west to hosplfftl. Rebuild line back of roiiiuihnuse. On 2iMh St, .V, from end of line liiMl feet north. On ls:h Si. .\. from 1st Ave. to Ist Ave. .\ .V. On 1st .\\e. S. from end of line east 400 feet. What It Will Cost The eaiimated cost is as follows Poles and wire e.xtensions. . � S.IJ2:, Transformers............ 3,1)00 Metres............... .illOO lio new 31 reel lamps and mast arms............. 7,240 2 Wat I met res. wat^r metre. frpcpiency meire....... � 1.025 iinilcr gUHge alasses...... 110 Toial.............. 125.000 Tiie above is capital expendiuire lo be I'overed ii\ debenture. Tlie eiiuipni'Mit a; ihe power house will cosi Sl.liOO. The repori wa.^ adopted. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE HELP where ilie total aitehthificc would bp much higher , and a corresponding greater amount of good done. ' .A,itor some further di*Trussion, Dr. Galbraitli's amendment was put to a vote and carried by :! votes to 1, Dr. Stewart not beins present. The I be allowed to leave on the ITith insi. He took occasion to express his appreciation of the pleasant relations that had always existed between himself and the school tnanagement. His resignation was accepted and the secretary ordered to advertise for a Fleetwood moMon lost by a corresp-j tp,,.|,e,. in his place at Jl 200 per ye.-ir. onding vole. More T*nnis Courts I). .Andrews, principal of the High Scliool. wrote on behalf of the High school Literary society saying that the sum of S.'iO had been raised from the performance of '.Machelh" by the Society, which money it was proposed to devoie to sports. He asked permission lo use a portion of the pla.v-grouiuJ 111 the Cenlral School for additional lennis . Two Italians were arrested by immi-iftis a,.cidentallv lei a large graiion o.ficers at Xiagara Falls forjelod roll in the e.xcavation. jus. graz- ci-ossinp Ihe ice to evade Inspection. SEEDS Having jn.si piir in a oomplt^tr lino f)i' new seed.s are prepavpfl to supply all yoiir seed want.';. We luivf> ill slock all kind': of si^ed grain, potatoes, gra.s.s. vf'a"prab)(\� ajul llowpi- .'-;op(l,>w ynrk. ,Marcii B -A dangerous "^imal li' ilic li.irrin skin arrived here li/diii wli'iaid 'he -^'c.jiiiship l-'ticdncli lUilhcliii ii ua.s l]i ought from Pans i'liv Ml!- Miicd Marchal. .jf ttic your ntnlvct, and �hii,?f. It m limn to mart right, Vfh JUr-suiune. Ii p of rho .Nyal renT-tiii.". r.::''. no hiii'i-pi ; .f'oini)i.^nda(lon '-an !. g;i-1' 'n-.Tv nr.. all Kood. � ,'.ir N'inl I.>r'iK::.ji.^l. lie reroir.r.'t- it. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS ing .Mr. Hanson in its descent. -Mrs. Gibson and daughter \'ivian, .Miss Hrow-n Arthur Warren and Peie Jurgeson, attended Ihe masc|iierade ai ^racI)onalfl'R Hall, on Friday niglit. Geo. Sorgard has had a number ol homesteaders employed in trying lo dig a ciaiern. i.oren/.o Warren is nursing vario.is bruises as a result of a runaway. He went to the river lo meet his son, Arthur, who was returning with a load �from Leibbridge. They e.\changed teams, and as Mr. Warren was hitch-j ing up, the horses became frightened and broke away, knocking him down and running over him. flis ln.lurles. though painful, are not fonslderod serious. It is reported that Mr, and .Mrs. Chat mini will rffiirn, accompanied by a siurdy youngster, who weighed nine pounds at hi.=; birih. The recent weather is held responsible for numerous cases of sickness. R. .S. Hanson and .1. Boweru are among the sufferers, fan It be thai dim COS have anything lo do wiili their In dlspcsiilons. THE MOLSON'S BANK INCORPORATED ;::::: 18S8 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL CAPITAL PAID UP : : : : : : $4,000,000 RESERVE FUND :::::: $4,400,000 79 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION .4GH:X TS and rORItKSPONDF,.\'TS in all the Principal Cities ot the ll.N-ITICD ST.\T10S and OftKAT BRITAIN, and in all parts ot tha World -CotlectioriB Phomptly Made- SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMT Depopil.'! of II and upwards received and Interest allowed from date of deiiosit A General Banking Business Transacted This bank endeavors to give prompt and inlelllgent attenUon t� all business and invites your Account. I.ethbi'idgv Hraiii'li-K.1>.JuIuihoii, Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH - D. C. M0RHI90N, MANAGER One for each everyday ailment A FREAK CALF Oniemee. .March 7.--.Viessrs. R. .1. Penhold and .Ipff Davis, of Heibaiiy. are the owners of a freak calf which has two heads and four eyes. This is said to be Ihe second calf at Bethany born with two heads, while a well-known resldeni of thai vicinity as the oner recently of a full-grown cow which had five legs. The \ lllage Is he-_ comlnt renowned for ii.= freak animals. I^>>. All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quiek, safe and sure. Made by Ihe E. B. Eddy, Co., llmiteii, Hull, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them il i " � .'"ft i 71 ;