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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Siipidement. to lit Lethbridge Herald. TEACHERy SALARIES �f An applk-alloii fur a poisition/ on '.h(! iiuchiiig stun' was iH.'cuivt'd from MiHS Com A. Mavis. .S�he will Iw in-Scallt AraHiiid nv th* ftAarrf ni ''"'�'"^'0; third .year, SI.- country; iiiHlerstanil its so coltl up there in he law in every ca.stj. Westminster schools, in oiHkir that' r^'port of good crops and the mild- Trincipai Hamilton reported that the J'rincipal may keep in touch with | ness of the climate in All>erta he had investigated anil found all th� all departments, It was thought caught their fancy. |i'i|i|is attending the town schools IjettA to have a private line than \Hccinate�l except one girl, and the connection with the town service. | Mr. Parker, of Diiluth, lu-ought in "�n.son she was not vaccinated was Prices on wire will be ascertained.' p. party of nearly si.vty famiers from liecaiise suital le vaccine could not be the llell Telephone (Jo. also being Minnesota and Bakota. They looked cured in town. ' ' asked for rates. | over some dry land at ilrunton, Chairman Flcu-twood remarked that Thti Hoard then w(!nt into coiinmit- south of here; a few of them later ' ing a house there. He reports that ; many of hfii neighljors Are coming to ' Viherttt, niany- of them bringing carloads of eflects wi'th them. CoaKlale lownsite is being surveyed, and mik'h building will l)e nv \T WINNIPEG il they gave iirto one ikmsou who ob- ^i** (.OUDON At Wtr��Ui-u. .i(i'le the color of a man's e.ves changes." i Wisconsiit. were in town this woek.t "That'-s no. lie," repli;: cit.y in coirncctiim w-itn tne ,,,i,ti(,ing settler's eflects in the C. herds down to the extent of the other laws. There was an act re- formation of the Alpine tluh.-win- ,j ^.^,.jg ry^^^^. y^^^^ ^^^^^^.^ holdings or leases. The resolution garding compulsory -ducation. arid nipeg Free Press. I land north of here, and will com- will be forwarded to Hon. FVank Ol- monce at once to break the \-irgin iv� - I part of that distancejht ^track jya^^.^^^,,^.^^^^ ^^^1 R,.,,,o,rton, March 28.-In .the Leg- ...... , . ,.1 � � , badiv torn ti|i, ties, rails ana pieces . . ...... The Hoard heartily endorsed a com-j ,;,.^,kt., ,netal work being ..icavter- ^ badly torn up, ties, rais and pieces j,,,,t. ,,,out its great future, islature,. Attorney-General C. W. iinicvlion Mr. Fleetwosterday,,^^, ,.,^,ests for informatibn, and he case to he hea�". In mai^v cast^ . was sent upifor trial on a'chal-geof jg' ,|,i,g. his best to cxinvince them is a matter of months "e Js lid at an early date. IM ni. "II .^.11.J was'suiii 111..IUI i,ij?�i V" " jg doing nis nest to convince inein " Applications for the position of drill conspiring to defraud in connection that this is the right, spot to locate.. heaixl, and in the meantime r �niiy  - �: . .. r, r . wrongl.v, he is out of his money. instructor were received from Chas. ^ith the recent elections. Roherts and E. Oxiand. That of, _p. Mr. Oxiand was accet>ted, the salary heing .S20 a month. Mr. Oxiand vol-inleered to teach the' boys swimming lis well. FAVORITE REMEDY EOU BABIES. - Its pleasant ta�te and prompt_cure� The new settlers from Manitoulin The -new 'M>^'^'^,^^T^ unload�l their effects on Monday, i i'|gs fA.!!!^!!*'!^^ \.'^LJ �^ and started for north of here. their new home view, and provides, that he may go bi�foro a just.ice of the peace at any time, and -by filling in a form which that the ju^ice, (('algary Herald.) The police are searching for "Rev." J. .\. Day, D.D., who was in Calgary a few months ago posing as a minister and representative of the "Wf.'sleyan Orphanage of Macedonia." They last heard of him in Oakland, Cal.,, where he was cashing thousands of dollars worth of express money orders issued in Alberta and British Columbia. The very general imiiression here is that he is a fraud, and a very dangerous swindler. Me is a tell, well-fed and wcll-odii-c.ated Oriental, with full face ami -rather insinuating manner. He ap-lieared In Calgary about Dec. 1. He had come through the Crow's Nest country, and stopped at Macleod, l-ligh River and Okotoks. He called on Rev. O. W. Kerby, and orcsented a number of personal letters from British Columbia ministers to Mr. Kerby. One was from Rev. Powell, cf the Princess .Street Methodist' (Jhurch, Vancouver, and Professor Sipprell, principal of the New Westminster Methodist College, and Rev. .v. .1. Brace, of the New Westminster We.st Methodist Church. Each of these gentleincn are known to Mr. Kerby personally, and they endorsed Da.v heartil.v. Further. , Day presented credentials from' Principal .White, of the Macedonian College of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, stating that'* Da.v- was a niissioi[iary for the Macedonian Orphanage. With this introduction, Da.v explained that he was trying to find homes for orphans. In addition ho would undertake to bring' over domestic servants. He urged Christian people to adopt some of the bright young girls and hoys; in the orphanage, and give thcai a chance in life. Fifty dollars was asked lor a ile-posit to pay the fare of the domestic servants, who were to have this amount deducted "from the wages they, earned. Those adopting children would not- have anvthing to pay for the expense's of the children, as that would be paid by the Wesleyan College in Macedonia. � Da.v was given a meeting at the Methodist church, and tlie collection amounted to some *50.' He proved himself a ready talker, and explain- . cd his scheme. Some ten persons deposited with hiiii ?50 each tor domestic help. He bought express money orders in the name of SB. T. /jorgies, whom he represented as be-ing the director of the orphanage in Macedonia'.- These orders were, domestic instead of foreign, and could be cashed in (Canada or the States. Day told a pathetic story in church about, having his brother heW as a lioEtagc for his return to the country in two years, = and; thi.s piece of romance created much interest. WheiiL Day failed, to return from EW-montoii to Calgary, some curiosity was aroused, and later, when Mr. Kerby received a letter written in Re-gina, but mailed in Rossi and, B. C, several days later, he became suspicious. Ho notified the authorities to locate Day, and had the local ex-. pre.ss agent communicate With the Toronto head office. Then it was discoveretl that the brtlers had been cashed in :.Oakland, and'the-authorities were wired to detain the man,, but he was evidently too shrewd, and alliided them. e check received by Mti Kerby as a deposit was returned to the marker. Mr. Kerliy thought ten persons in Calgary. 1ft in High Hiyer, five at Okotoks and a number at Red Deer had been caught for $50 each They werti of all denominations; Day stoppoti at the ArMngton Hotel while in the city. A Rossland dispatch estimates that the swindler secured a total of S20,000 by his operations. He worked as far east as Winnipeg, and north and soutfc on the ,C. & E. AFFLICTED WITH RHEUMATISM. The Principal's report of school at- Tiavo made Chamberlain'* Cougb. T aiiirhlin of Docator 111 is in the law requires, that tendance for tlie mooth was as fol- j Remedy a favorite with the mothers ^ ';";[f'^'^ISrof otWr Am" f t"..''"'?,sTa,S' a'nd"" any-danger of pneumonia or ottoer ,;^velvo miles west or town, .serious conaoi;uence8. It not only cures crotip, but when given as I90on CIC.VTRAL SCHOOL. 1000. 1905. F.nrolled...............289 285 Average...............244.3 242.2 Per Cent............... 84.5 84.9 WESTAHNSTER. Knrolled.................. 70 7� Average.................. 50.8 58.3 Per 5Cent.................. 72.5 76.'T I --o--: i'hc report was filed, and it waA dc- | In .\lberta there are now 4 dailies Jrnwd to have forms printed, so that and 41 wi'ekly newspapers, compared he-total number of pupils for the with 1 daily and 17 weeklies four Vear can Be given each month. I,years ago. of small chiidreti. ^It quickly cures ;Hj;';s:"'^;eeking"iaid "to"huy./He 'jf" f'^^fill^ '�Poct8 to purchase ?/town8ite about �^�;V^~J,,^',.^g^.^ without any right , _____ instanture, and  the justice shall have po%ycr to try and adjudi; of appeal whatever, in respect 6t any sum up "to two hundred doUairs t i, W. S. Hill, the well-known Little ^^he act is what the labor men olf as the croupy cough aPPear^ wll Puncher, informed, the iWald the Province have been asking for prevent .the attack. For sale by all y,gt,,r(iay that settlers were flocking ^inco long 1 druggists. befoi� Alberta was a into that district. He never mw province, and in all its cssehtial d�T such a rush of people eager t> te.ke t^ils is similar to the British Go-uii homesteads. I lumbia mechanic's lien act, which is George Hoighes, of Minot, Dak.ita, , has settled at Coaldale, and is buiW-| Province in Canada. calculated to lie the best protection offered to working men in any "I was and am yet afflicted with rheiimatism," says Mr. J. O. Bayne, editor of the Herald, Addington, Indian Terrttory, "but thank* to Cbamberlqijn's Pain Balnl am able once more to attend to business. It is the best of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. One appl'lca-tion relieves the pain.  For sale by all drUfifgists. ;