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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Supplement to lit Lethbridge Herald. TEACHERS' SALARIES Scale Ar.angid cy the board Ld.cikion. if ' Vnreinnllnii won this, topic of bn'o nt thi> I ton rcl . IHglnbothnm......... 00 IV'tillo.v Co..................... o.8H Thto. II. Union & Hon ... 2. SO I. .1. .lolinslon......... J. nj all American emigrants; no foreigners among them. They arc mnlnly from Southwestern Oklahoma, ami are going into tho Northwest Territory in the hopes of bettering their uimdMlnu. They say tin- part of Oklahoma they have (fen living In Is no got*l, nnd that they are going '� l�die "l> quarter actions jn Alberta. As n matter of fact, they ha\e probai ly been worked by pnss.'iiger agents. A letter-natiired croud has never been ween 1'iirti.ieiit iiitiumted that the enforce- salaries, and later presi tiled t'he fol- tleisluhds Ml. Parker has'negolihttst at the Atchison union depot. They meiit of the law ifgniiltnu vaccination Ans at the discretion of the lloiird. I,ut be tinimed that If the Do-pnrtiiiont tlin not want the law >n-'oivt'd. it Khoiild withdraw- the nrd-in-roiiiicil coiii|h lllng \ aecriiat ion. lie felt tle.it tho Hoard hud not ben tented with r>M|N'Cl. hr (laliraith felt that they should �nil on the lu|uirtmeiit to rigidly en-i"i'ie the law. Hy not enfoiving the !'iimiiiei i'-'uiibilion in this town, tiny ran tho risk .if miliumring 'I"' I"1 henHh. i ihey gave into one person who ob-iiI'lul to vnccitiiition. Chairman Kln'lwot!'- "your eyes have commenced already."  turning \V. V. Ilussell, the enterprising Tabor real estate man, was in town on Monday. He Informed the Herald that a Mr. Kent hntl purchased to,, titlii acre* of land In township eight. -o- UKADY KOll TI1K HOUND-UP. ~The"Mttie How Stock Association hebl It annual meeting 1m t'he purlers It will Ih- settled by Dakota "ami of the Conldale on Tuesday evening, Minnesota fanners, nnd a town will when \V. H. Hill was elecUnl prcsl bo establi.ihed. The land Is south'of iicnt. ntnl II. A. Drtggs, secretary Tabor. trt!astirer. - Tho Association passed a resolu- 1 le- lleiiild man ran across two Hon favoring the apportioning of a Hoard se-ined lo be vi ry particular don.fornrrlytf Knox Church. i brothers. Win. and Alex. Casement, section for" ranchers for two or "'.....' enforcing the law regarding a guest at the t inrentton Mini i. ami |)f InKM(,,. Norlh |),K()ln �(.r� ehreu yenis to enable them to cut mii i- lint ion. but neglect tl to enforce l tin- bo.\ in iiiestioll to M" In m'hool mill be vaccinal, tl. The Heniii. he said, should be consistent. There �iih a dilTeit'iice of opinion as in ihe etlleaty of vaiciiiatioti. He ptiMitid out that pupil-* iningUtl with in\miMi.lletl persons after school hours. In- t;nlbraith did not think they � �ml.I finve a I oy to le vaccinated. t; II. .lohnston ihniuhi the law -IimiiIiI le adhered to. Dr (Snlhriiith remark, il that Is in lis1 eit.v in eoiilnction w'it'h th format ion of the Alpine Club.-Win r.i|�g Kive Press. i.nlure of some boards to enforce tin Inn. wiih the fault of t'he Depart-.in nt Mr Niiimions interpreted i^i,. |),.. I in* t 'n.Mil "s position to le "Do as \�u like." Pi iiitllirnilh was a string n.lvo-ente nf v.icciimtion He said that if hev did not oiifnive the law. they \\i>iitil 'leave virgin soil for tin* prend of the llisense If it mum en-Mirie.l, n bariier woiibl be I illlt j^aoist d s. n�i'. lie In-tiiucetl the  ptdemic n Montreal in ISSS. where liixiiv in  nfoniiiL" vnivinntion hud Irittighl iit'iinl several thoiisund dentils and iho loss of millions of .dines of trade to that city. He '�iini. d out that the first seven eases here iii I'.iO'J hntl not been vaccinal-  I It tins ilnallv deriihsl to leave tltv uiiter over unill the April iinetlnu. I''ie Hoard heartily endorsed a commie iri inn Mr. Fleet wood had utl-iircted thu rouwl-up will commence cars with their tffectswtre wreckisl about May Uoth. r. horse nnd u cow of their slock be- _�- ing killetl. PKil.MoTION FOH MAHT1N. It is said T. Martin, resident engineer ai Cr.anbrook, will be appoint d C I*. 'H. divisional engineer at Calgary. DONATIONS TO HOSPITAL i| ilal> Hospital lg'to ncknowtislgo. he xvllh thanks, the receipt of the follow ing donations: Mis. Magruth. SM'2: .las. Frame, JTi. TWIN HOYS. Horn, to the wife smith, twins, Itoys. o- of Mr. Arr.iw- COAL ytKS MKKT. Mr. Duncan, who recently settled . , . . . . ... north of here, was ,n town tin Mon- . �\,1,;'H"1n,,h ' ^2 "Z tiny getting some lumber for build- "� Ml-eriu and Kastern Hrittsh tt�- lle was nrcnin- biiubln were In convention in Col- CHOWS NKST PAHS WHKOK. i ings on his farm, punied by Mr. Davis, who recently W- I'h.y are gunnllng the result lennie here from the American Sou. �f �vVr'v l-ft*'"''> J1 Ma-hod. Alta.. March Utf.-Tralllc 'ihefl'o.v party, from Sur/ey mi the Crow's Nesi Puss road was |,uu|, ai\ blocketl b. re Weibiesday eVilllllg for hoim-sti m-verul hours. A htnvy tralllc ti.iin w.is eoiiiing'iii from the west, stud tylo'ii npprouching the C. & K. piiictiou, a wheel on one of the I trucks bioke in two, bringing the i train to a standstill one huielr.sl J.vard* hum her on. For the greater part of that il'stance the track was IhhII.v torn up, ties, rails and pieces of binkeii metal work lielng ,.ca-ter-eil in every direction. Four em's �if loaded IiiiiiIm r and coal were .terail- d. one U'ing abuost iniupletelv tie- ull furmors of lout e.x|H rietice. Cox. sr.. tsdng ff\ years of having fanned over do years. F.ng- Mr. agv. The train crew escii|>oil here. is saitl to relate to the unrest among the miners, of these Holds. Among iv iinimrintr to Lutl'd ..� ihelr ,n"M'' l,r,,Hl"hbridge: K. K. He.vnoltls. Ool�-*J^...V.! h^ !|M!> man: L. Stock�tt. Haiikl.ontl: W. F Little, Canmore; W. A. Auliin. Tab or: H. M. Monnt. I.undbrlck; \V. L _____ Hamilton, Tabor. I'Klge Hrinton. of Fessondcn J �~ K*\r\u Dakota, who bought a big PHOTKCTloN FOH WO II KIN OMEN seetion of bind near Stirling, was  eiithiisiiisiie over this country, nnd l^linoiilon. March 'JH.-In nho Leg-has no doubt about Its gr.n%t future, islututv. AOornoy-tbueial C. W. -- Cross, in intnxluritig the bill rvgurd .1. N. Irwin, of 1,'nlesburg. Illinois, lug clerks of court and deputies, nil bus purchased home farm land near nounocd that the Clovoiiunwiit i IS A. had broken away from fee system, ami in Hit ore would pay by salaries, most A bill is to be brought in for m� niobshed unhurt. t The accident hapis'iicd about ir I*. I llllll|>lll irp, tent, in II mur,,. o'clock. but by hard work, the obliging Immigra'tion olltcinl, always chnnic's liens, which will bo a radl-w reeking rrevv hntl the line  L.ired t>.>ing willing to go out of his way ",1 departure from what thenj is shortly after mitliiight. to assist new comers to gut their ���' ioree in the Province. Ac- bearings, has been deluged with in- cording to the net as it now stands tpilries for information about this " mechanic's lien may only be taken part of Alberta. From Toledo, �ut with the assistance of n lawyer, Ohio, all through the Western Status ""'I **�� npplicant for a lien has to to Vancouver on the Pacific, he has wnl1 frince AHmtI. March UT.-I as. |(| Vancouver on the Pacific, he has vv�it foi a sitting of a court for h U mole likely a convention will J*. Sinclair, reluming ollicor. y.-stenlay ,u|)| n. flir information, and ho �-��� ,M' h���l' ,".",M.">f 1'""*'^ }- I..I.I at an early data. xvn* sent up for trial on a charge of ,, ||(>( h|, ,,.st ,, t.onvjllws t|,.m is n matter of months beft.re ho is \pplicntions for the position of drill e,nspiriiig to defraud in connection t)ln, (hjs js lm, ri(lhl K|(ol u, |ucat,. lH>uitl. and In tho meantime, rigntiy nstiuclor were reeolvi-d from Chas. wj,M t|,. recent elections. i _ i or wrongly, he is out of his �""*'>' Ito'erts ami K. Oxlnnil. Thai of "Ip oxlanti was accepted, the snlarv �eint! S'jo a month. Mr. Oxlnnd vol-oit.-cred to teach the boys swimming u.-ll A FOH unloaded nnd started , ,___^ north of hero Its pleasant ta^te and prompt cures FAVOH1TB HEMF.DY HA HI ICS. I'he new s,.ttlers from Manltoulin The new "act slii.|dilH;s the proceod-loaded their t-nects on Monday.j �' kbou? any .lunger of pneumonia or othor ^ |lp'R t f , Koilous consts.iientvs. It not only _ cures croup, but when given as soon I ... ..... . ................ _, as tho croupy cough aprwrs will , S> . ,� wel'-known little ^ ftct ,R whnt th() Intlor mcn o( prevent tha attack. For sale bv all 7*'.'. ''''" tr.ko lails Ih H\mnHr to fho Hritish Co- lumbia nuichanic'a Hen nit, which is calculated to Is* the ls�t protection ofTeretl to working men in any i Province in Canada. AN EASYJ>ICK UP Alleged Minister got  lot of coin in Alberta. (Onlgnry Herald,) Thu police nrn scnrchlng for "Hev." J. A. Liny, D.H., who was in Calgary a few months ago posing as a minister and representative, of the "Wesleyan Orphnnngo of Macedonia." They InRt hourd of hint In Oakland, C'nl., where ho was cashing thousands trf dollars worth of oppress money orders issued In Alberta and Hritish Columbia. The very genernl Impression here is that he is a fraud, and a very dangerous swindler. lie Is a toll, well-foil and wcll-�lii-eiited Oriental, with full face and rather insinuating manner. Ho appeared in Calgary about Dec. 1. H� had come through the Crow's Nest country, and stopped ut Mncleod, High Hiver ami Okotoks. Ho called on Hev. 0. W. Kerby, und nruscnted it number of |x>rsonal letters from Hritish Columbia ministers to Mr. Kerby. One was from Hev. Powell, if the Princess Street Methodist Church, Vancouver, and Professor Sipprell, principal of the New Westminster Methodist (Village, ami Hev. A. .1. llrace, of the New Westminster West Methodist Church. Each of (hesu gentlemen arc known to Mr. Kerby personally, and they endorsed Hay heartily. Further. Day presented credentials from Principal White, of the Macedonian College of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, stating that* Day was n missionary for the Mnci-donian Orphanage. \\il+i this introduction, liny explained that, he was trying to find homes for orphans. In addition lie would undertake to bring over domestic servants. Ho urged Christian |>eople lo adofit some of Uhc bright young girls nnd toys in the orphanage, ami give tht�i a chance m life. Fifty dollars wos naked lor a deposit to pay Hie fare of the domestic servants, who were to have this amount deducted from tho wages they earned. Those adopting children would not have anv thing to pay for the expenses of the children, as that would he paid by tho Wesleyan College in Macedonia. Day was given a lin-eting at tho Mithodisl church, and tho collection umounted to some $00. He proved himself a ready talker, and explained his schema. Some ten persons deposited with him $50 each for do-mentle help. lie bought express money orders in tho name of Z. I. 'A'rgles, whom ho represented as being thu director of tho orphanage in Macedonia. These ortlcrs were domestic instead of foreign, and coukl Ik> cashed in Canada or tho States. Day told it pathetic story in church about. having his brother hold as a hurt age for his return to tho country In two years, and this piece of romance created much Interest. When Day failed to return from Edmonton to Calgary, some curiosity was aroused, and later, when Mr. Kerby received a letter written in Ho-gina, but mailed in Hosslaml. B. C, severnl days later, he became suspicious. He notified the authorities to locate Hoy. and had the local express agent communicate with tho Toronto head nfllcp. Tlwn It was discovered that tho ortlers had Isjen cashed in Oakland, nnd the authorities wen- wired to detain tho man. but he was evidently loo shrewd, and alluded them. � check received by Mr. Kerby as a deposit was returned to the marker. Mr. Kerby thought ten persons In Calgary, 1.1 In High Hiver. five at Okotoks nnd a number at Hod Deer had Isjcn caught for SB0 each They wen. of nil denominations. Day Mopped at tho Arlington Hotrl while in the city. A Hosslnnd dispatch estimates that the swindler secured n total of $20,000 by his operations. Ho worked as far enst as Winnipeg, and north and satirtt on tho 0. & E.  -o- ��n a lien iiiKiuimirv, ��" i......�~ ,,? Hhall have power to try ami adjudicate on the case, without any right of ap|>onl whatever, in ren|K�ct of any hum up 'to two hundred dollnrs he report was filed, and it wa* do- | In Allierta there are now A dallies �P homesteads i'd to have forms printed, so that and 41 weekly newspapers, compared lie total number of pupils for the with 1 dally and 1" weeklies four ear can bo given each month. years ago. Oeorgo Height's, of Minot, Dak >ta, has settled at Coaldnle. and is hulhl- AFFLIOTKD WITH HHEUMAT1SM. "I was and am yet ofllictod with rheumatism." says Mr. J. 0. Dayno, editor of tho Herald, Addingtcn, Indian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's Pain Halm am able once more to attend to business. It is the best of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial nnd you ore certain to be inoro than plensod with the prompt relief which it affords. Ono application relievos tho pain.  For sale by all druggists. ;