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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Supplement to Lethbridge TEACHERS SALARIES DV in id rViirut n O of de Vaccination was lopic lit thy Hoardof K nuvthig m Trie ar The matter came up through a from the loputy Min ister of thut he htfd been inforhied that un vaccinated pupils wereallowed io attend Lwth lie remarked that An hiru on stulT was received from thuL aAkUiJl normal certifi catf is not accepted in following accounts were order ed to be paid Av Letiibiidgi jleraldSSF 50 KatoJt Son The Hoard may erect a private tel o house lie reports that many of neighborsare coming to j them bringing car Grttttst Number in tfc much will be done this sum V The town has Ixvu with Uuid during the past in Uu hoard did not law in very have come here fromall points unu jiiany or i hem went norih from here to look jnU the rest of the Jroviiiee Ixifore deciding In yearlyall the land seekers wli6 had a success oi fanning in their respective enforce vphohe line1 between the Central and jThu cheapheMS the in order jvport of good crops and the niild Priticiptil Hamilion reported that Principal muy keep in toucii with ness of the climate h hail invirstigatcd ami found all thy was thought j caught their Mils the town better to have a line than in Alberta pupils attending the vaccinuted one and the reason sinwas vaccinatid was ItHsnise jiiitai le vacciiie could nut be in Clmirman Fleet wood nmarked that n recint communication from ihu de pariiacnt iittinuued that the enforce ment of Jlie vaccina at the of the but he claimed that if the De partment rlid not want the law iishould the urd tohnfction with the town j of brought in Prices on wire will o party of nearly sixty mliners from the also being They looked iisked for ratcs v j some drv land at xThe Hoard tlien went into commit soitih of here ii few of them laer of the teachers The Herald uml The Atchison Kansas C lobe says Two coach loads of on way from Oklahoma to Alber pjisKu through Atchison The Missouri PaciJic passeng due from the south at a was two hours having Iweii held at Kansas CHy for the They are sail Anikirican emi grants no foreigners among They are mainly from and are going into the Northwest Territory in the hopes of bettoring their comlit ion They say the part of Oklahomathey have living in isno that they are going to take up Uiuuiter sec tions As a matler they been work ed by jjassjnger A Uetter iiatu has never been and later presented the cleisiands Parker has negotiated the Alchisori depot They which was j he within the past few had not winter until first 200 of acres of in the south they awakened this i onl Si third cold up there in I oriePof them that first About fifteen persons from the color of a mans H ri i illicit comixlling second 00 third SI were in tosvn this replied anoihers felttluil ihe Hoard liad not been with j They took trips around Secoiiil first S80 to spy out the CJORDON AT lalbraith felt that ihey should second third rail on the Depuruniht to enThin change will take eiYect at mid iheiaw Hy not V ivguUition in tliis they ran the o iisk of endangering the if theygave into one person who ob jected to vaccination Chnirmtin out hadfallen in with t lie the Departineht it uniiTcd nil pupils to Nimmons remarkctl HoarcJ to b about enforcing th but neylirctcd There was an act re garding compulsory ami if iho Hoard enforced ihivt It Ioiiid compel the hoyin questionto go to school and be The should be There wits a chlTcMvncic of ovunton as the Talj or real estate was in town on He informed the Herald thata had purchased your eyjs have commenced already READY FOR THE StockAssociatior 000 acres of in township held it annual ineeLing the parlors is In flu city inconnection the formation of the Alpine in peg Five i minister at in the city i his uiurning and will spend a days in iSordon is the son of Gor very particular of lie is law a iruest the Clarendon ami Jt will iMvsettJed bv Dakota and of the Tuesday evening ami a town will VV iiii was elected The land is southof Oent and secretary i I treasurer The Association passed a resolu Tho Herald man two itioh favoring the of a ranchers for two o They wure three years to en able to cut domestic He urged Ohris AN EASTPICK UP Auettd Minister jot m of eels in Calgary V The police arc searching for who was in Cal ary a few moijUis ugg posing as a ninister and representative of the Wosleyan Orphanage of Macedori They last heard of him in Oak where he was cashing housunds of worth of ex cess money orders issued in Alber a and IJritish The very general impression here he is L and a very dangerous V a wellfed and welledu cated with full face insinuating lie ap leared in Calgary about Ho iad through the Nest and stopped at High River and He called on WV ICerby utid nresenteti number of personal from i Columbia ministers to One was from cf the Princoss Street MeUiodist and Professor of the New West minster AIethodist and of the New Westminster West Methodist Each of these gentlemen are known to Kerby and they endorsed Day Day presented credentials from Principal of the Mace donian College of the Wesleyan Meth odist stating that a missionary for the Macfdonian Or iWith this Day explui nel he was trying to find homes for In addition he would undertake to bring over herds to the tent the holdings or The resolution KOR It said resident en gincvr at will be t o cdicacy I le divisional puiimd that pupils iiiiivglou wkh at i n vim mated persons after school Ir fjalhrnith did not think ioiil1 force a hoy to le Johnston law should I e adhered alhraith remarked that the lure of some boards to enforce the TO HOSPITAL com will be forwartiwd to Honl Frank Ol Th Uoard of Managxmient IJalC Leg to nek now Theyare glad to get back with ihe receipt of the on way settlers effects in the They have taken jand north of here jutnee at once to breakthe and tjusoinitht hadbeen heie It decided to follow alout last year and liked the and as last heard good reports as well from Dako up the io range ta farmers who had moved here will be ctt videxl arrtl t wo wagons cral ago upperwagon will be have been in ihikbta for some of Dawsbn and nil will but thoy are natives of foreinan of tHe The ing originally from Peterboro amount to be collected for pickrng ihey have a stray arid for repivscntar tivcs was left When each crew is more repres at who of been warden of that lowing donat ions to V wilt Itis west the pec tod the was the fault of the Ximmuns interpreter the Daj to e Do as you a cate of said that U they did not enforce t he they would leave virgin soil for the of the wasen a barrier be built jjdeinic in where axity in yacvination jhrdiight about several thousand I deaths and t he loss of nrilliohs k of of trade1 that d out first seven cases in 1902 had not itwas to leave U TWIN cars were wrecked about May 2 horse and a cowof their stock ihic to 5 be wife of V who recently settieti lay gettiiig some Ivsiiiberfo o timnnn despatch says that the coal men and Eastern Co luiubia were convention in Cal I ings on his nt 1 i3j who recerrtlvSay They gtmrding the ago iiileod March Nest Puss several A heavy was froia the being SO years ot when1 L wheel one ofthu t broke in bringing of one who boughL a further Jor the of ialtd near was over this arid pieces of Ujeir confcrehce very is saitl to reiattito the unrest among Among t he i n i ners ofthese having fariued over MbnaX Lundbrick tiah to adoptsome of uhe bright young girls and boys in the give thesi a chance V ii Fifty dollars was asked lor a de jfosit to pay vhe fare of the domest ic who were to have this amount deducted from the they earned Those adopting child rbn wouid not have pay he expenses of the as be paid by the Wesleyan l College in Y V vlay waf5 given a meeting at the and the collection amounted to some He provel himself a roady antl explain ed his persons de posited with him each fordo mestic help bought express money orders in the name of whom he represented as be ing the director of the orphanage in 3Eaced6nia j orders were do mcstii instead ot foreignv and coukl be coshctl in Canada or the Day told a pathetic story in ehureii having his brother heM as a liostage for his return to the couh try in two piece romaiice created much fro mFJd to some curiosity i rain vafds PROTECTION FOR WORKING j i partof that distance badlvt6rn ties rails and Hoard heartily a comi of work being Fleetwood had ad4 I dressed to the Department of Educa and to the Secretary of thft sugiresting the calling f a nose of which would to hold unn conVMiUons itv tii erent parts of ho idfe trustees exchange opinion on swiool nvat inspect school and their knowlexlge ni assist the of Ltliication as j The rvtiuty Minister of Rduj in favor nf the and it every d one d i iect Four cars and coal were 01 Sg some farm and traincrew escaped the Legi Islature AttorheyGeneral in introducing the bill iegard of ing clerks of court and an Wrtjl comitry5 its great The acedent happened aoouu 18 iio is oclock but by hard the obliging official always crew bad line being go out of his coiners to get near nounced that the Govei mwent had from fee ami in vrbuid pay bV salaries A bill Vo be brought in for ine which will be departure from what is fnrp in the Ac cordins tothe act as it now staikls mechanics lien may only be taken SENT UP VFOH March this 5 has been quiries for part ol V From T V Ohio all through the Western Staws he applicant tor Vancouver on the wait toi was aroused and 1 when Kcrby received a letter written in gina but mailel in several days he bcearae sris ViHe notified the authorities to 5occate and had the local press conimunicatc with the Toronto head Thenit was discovered that the orders had irashnd In and the1 author ities were wired to detain the but he evidently tiab amralUideti v2 r check received by Mr as k deposit was returned to the mark Kiriiy thought persons in in High five at Okotoks and a at Red Deer a sitting of a court for his had he new act Amplifies the FAVORITE REMEDY Its pleasant and prompt cures erts and That of Oxland was the salary njv S20 a Oxlaiid vol A to teachthe boys jis The Principals report of school at haye made Chamberlains Itriulrtiice for Hie inoixth was as fol Remedy a favorite with the mothers of small it quickly their coughs ami colds and prevents any pneumonia or other serous It not only cures but when given as soon as the croupy cotg appears will prevent Xlic V CKNTHAL jvr 285 for north of of is in wrth a nunibor of other Am seeking land to He before a justice ot the peace at in a form which law that the justice keep on he can take out Tien ami thc justice shall have power to try and adjudj becn caught for each wen of all Bay stopped the Arlington Hotel while in the A Ross land dispatch estimates that the swindler secured a total of by his He work ed ns far east ns and north and south on the B AFFLICTED WITH to piirqhasn atownsitc about Qn without right 0V appeal m respect of any sum up to two hundred twelve miles wvst of the wellknown tic informed the For sale by all that settlers were flocking Fncc into that Fie never saw act s the labor rOviice have been asking Alberta was ami in nil its essential the report was and it was dcj Tn Alberta there are now 4 dailies to have forms so that snd 41 weekly compared number of pupils for the with 1 daily and 17 weeklies four can be given each years such a rush of people eager to is similar to the British Co luirtbia mechanics lien which is talcirmtod to le the iwst protection offered to working men in any George of has seUKHl at and is buihlj province in I was and am yet afflicted with says etlitor of the In dian but thanks to Chamlxjrlajns VPnin Balm am able once more to attend to It is the best of troubl ed with rheumatism give Pain Balm atrialand are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it One applica tion relieves the For sale by all ;