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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fHE DAILY HKIUU1, TUESDAY, MARCH Deralb J Itoba. It virtually added taiatlon. Tho eilra allowance Issued by tha Canadian Patriotic l-'und and, In some cases, exceeded tho al- lowaacos tssu.tjd by the Xaw Zen- laud Ooveromsut. New Zealand PAILY AND WEEKLY authorities 2S days' post Publltneri THK LETHSRIOOC HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IN Itn Itrtii South, Lctfcbrldg, W. A. BucHinx and Managing Director Sfcrm nee EUJIUOEI TELEPHONES Do You Know? piy to all roiunvJd si'V j und tbe vslue of this has been i included ID tho amounts set doirr. gratuily. The value of what is term- Jed "the railway concessions" has uu. j been included A returned j Zealand soldier is granted free pas- sage over the Ooverntneni railways for days, and this is claimed to! 1. TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. the first recorded lu Car.ada? How dofvs "John Hancock'' to mean your signature? :t. is the oldest church in 4 Who the Brothers Dovon- port? 5. What Is Jedbursh 'Juitlce? 0 IE obllsml represent an gratuity ot US SO. I but it is doubtful whether many men I1 12J2 themselves of this prlTilese. Office )2M Due feature of !be goes a litile beyond it'.1 Can-1 it indicate? 1 adiau, is that 7U days pays of rank MONDAY'S QUESTIONS What is a "uwtect Whal does postponing decision or action to the Greek calends mean? 5 What was a "whipping 4. is the origin of barb- er's pole and what do tho designs on orljinated the eipression Mtfnfecr Audit BurtBU ot Ctroulatione Subicrlptlon Ritft: Dtlly, delivered, par wwk Dmity, delivered, rxr year jfor each-six mouths of service, plus subtenace allowance. Is granted lo the dependents of deceased noldters. The Montreal Gazette points out null, roar i.OO Wwijy, b j 1.50 br mall, per lo C.S. 8.00 j since Ibe figures were presented 10 Parliament last September both Aus- 7.50 fittu of eiplry o! aubicnpllon ap- ptar dtllr on atHrtj? label, Aceept- tralia and New Zealand have sub- stantially Increased their gralnitiN. Tho effect has not been to place tho Australian or N'oiv Xealacd sralo upon I "tho Almighty t. What is this Achilles' ANSWERS 1. Cue ot which the sum of all Its divisors 1'iactly ractsuros itself, as 6. the divisors of which arc 1. '1, 3. _. To postpone, ii for all time, there beirg no calends in the Greek months. 3. A boy used to bo kept to be whipped wbqn a prince deserved chastisement. HEARD UkDYKT Widow of Late Major Stanley Jones Addressed Monthly Luncheon Dates from tho time when ordel'. (From Our Own VULCAN, March Vulcan Band Minstrels put on a show here last night that was not only a credit to themselves but to the whole town and district from which they drew their talent. The curtain went up 8.45 and from then until 11.30 there was not a dull moment. The perform- ance reflected great credit oa Messrs. Ober. tho lender of the band, Slmlng- (oil and Kutherford, and Miss Mfllloy, who were responsible largely for tha organitation of tbe troupe and the un- bounded success of the show. -The Community theatra was crowded to the doors, and standing room only was of after eiolration Duality with tho Canadian scale, j ber'6 ,lsed {o be surgeous The The program opened with a chorus ii our authority to the iak> I Canada still holding undisputed first represents the staff held by personj THE TAX ON RENTS place as rejards the amount given. In order, however, that no injustice mav i dono to tuo other Dominions, tbe I increased Australian and New Xealaml The city council have deferred Iho have been siven In Uie Idea of. putting the rantal !ai statement (abave. force this year. In this, we bcifcvu. j Canada owes 3 debt of gratitude lo they have acted wisely and well. Itiber soldiers. St is well (o know thai. is one ot those proposals which may whatever her future policy may be, well be slept over so as to give itjshe lia? sensed this gratitude in tho mature and refreshing consideration, j measure she has reivarded them in To thoroughly appreciate the nature comparison to other countries. of the rental tax, as the Mayor and j Whether she lias dono much or little CommlEslouera regard it, will need, mny be a question, but the measure. ao far as tbe public is concerned, a I sho has met her obligation in corn- great deal of education and a threat j parison to tho other nations entitles cleat of explanation, i notice. The question of rewards de- There is one aspect of the tax. how- pends on ability to pay. It Canada ever, which cannot but escape seriona has gone one better than others it id consideration. This is hoiv it will bo j so much to her credit. U she can do viewed from the outside, that is by more her people will not grumble. Hut those who muy desire to come to live it all simmers down to financial in Lethbridgo, The mere knowledge i ability to meet what may be reckon- ed lo be further obligations as they may be viewed. that they will bo called on lo pay a tax on top of their rent cannot but help to have an influence on their so long as there- are olherj NICKEL centres in which the tax is not in COINAGE force. If tho rental tax were in force in all cities of Alberla it would be a In the proposal of nickel coinage1 in Canada, the following expert oiiin- j who practised blood-letting. The two spiral ribbons painted round It repre- by the outlre company, followed by a song by Mr. Norton "Oh dealh where is thy sting." Mr. Shear drew much sent the two bandages, one for twist- applause singing "Bye Mr. round tho arm previous to the operation, and the other for binding. Washington Irvlug in his sketch of a "Creole Village." S. A strong sinew running along the heel to the calf of tho leg. The tale is that Achilles was dipped by his niothor in the Styx to make him invulnerable. The waler washed every part except the heel covered with his mother's hand. Hero he received his mortal wound in the Trojan war. different thing. Hut ns things are at Iitm ls interesting. Referring to the j present tho tax, if Bilopierl, cannot bu'. I adoption of the same at (be an'uual give tlie city a disthictiou which raay he detrimental to it. However, thu proposed tax has not come within the purview of practical politics, and it will do no harm lo lei' policy meeting of the Canadian Mining In- stitute, Mr. McDonald ot the Interna- tional Nickel Company givos the fol- lowing reason! In advocating 11m it sleep awhile until the necessity for the same shows itself, and discussion becomes in order. CANADA AND HER SOLDIERS The rales paid lo privates based upon three years1 service in tho Unit- Seventy-four countries have adopt- ed some form of nickel coinage, and eleven countries have adopted pure nickel, namely, the following in of date Switzerland, 1SS1; Austria, 1S52; Italy, 1601; France, 1303; Serbia, 1906; Mexico, 1010. Properties possessed by pure- nickel cd Kingdom, the Dominions, and IK> i ar? responsible for its constantly in- United Stales are ns follows creasing use in coinage, among which United Kingdom, with or without ma? named Stability of value ol Ibe metal. dependents, overacaa service. SS2.73; home, j Di Desirable appearance. Australia, without dependents, over- j c. Resistance lo wear, corrosion seas service, 5273.S2; with depend- j oxidation, cuts. J2S9.35. j (J. Malleable and susceptible to the United States, with or without de-; (ije. pandentf, overseas service. 160.00. i c. TJifflcult to cotmlrfeit. without dependents, over1 Jacques in a stump speech giving the experiences of a newly arrived Swede immigrant was very funny and creat- ed much amusement by guying tome of the well known peop'o of ihe com- munity who were In the audience.'The program of the circle was diversified, there bolng sketches, Intereperned with instrumental duets by Messrs. Ober and Dawson, a rery spirited step dnnce by Mr. fiaiatead of tiuartette by Kehl, Gcddes, Barclay and.La Bow with a closing chorus by the company. The was perhaps the more artistic portion of the program, and some very fine talent was heard here. Miss B. English, who is a visitor in Vulcan, kindly consented to render a solo. Although Mlas English is but 10 years old, and last nlgl't was her first appearance before a large audi- ence, Iter rendering of "Somewhere a Voice Is wag highly appre- ciated by the audience. Little Helen j Simingtou as usual made a big hit singing her solo in a rery clear child- ish voice. Marion Le Bow, a little Toronto Labor Men Divided in 'ady of small statue, but large talent, gave two very amusing readings. Mr. Henry Kehl, was perhaps the besl character impersonation on the pro- gram giving a Jew sketch that was so immensely realistic that we will have to take a at his family tree. tion that Canadian organized' labor! Mr. Kehl however is a very versatile would demand a "bill of rights" under t young man, and his part as a colored wfiich seditious, unconstitutional ac-j gentleman was as ably taken as his tion and strike rights will he clearly IniDeTsonation of the so-called deapls- Opinions on Justice of Ver- dict in Strike Trial TORONTO, March in the do' goods busl- new at Blafrmore. Mr. J. J. Outfield who has been on tie statt ot Use Advocate for U9 lime has assumed the position ot ruamElns-edltor. This position was formerly ably {Ulei! by Mr. A. H. Oanoe. who will enter anolhev line ot business in tha town. Mr. K. M. Hollister who has spent the winter iu Calgary aud California returned to Vulcan, and will bo eugaged in superintending the seed- ing aud harvesting: of his crop during the coming Mr. HoUister Is one ot tho largeit operators In the whole district, and Is looking forward to a bis crop this yesr. He will seed ID the neighborhood of eighteen hun- dred B AICKED UP IN SSING FOK TBK RDIT HAM Farmer Sells a Carload at Cal- Has Now Disappeared Onr Own ORANLEA. March Ralph Htmn returned from Cilgary on Mou- day after disposing of a carload of good horses, which brought good re- one team realizing S450.00. .Mr. J. O. Kiley, who lias been 111 In tho past ihreo iveeks, re- turned to his farm here OEI Tuesday. Mr. Hal Wares made a business trip to V.'Iouifred on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don! Carlson visited at the home of Mr. T. II, Prouse on Sunday. Mr. A. 'i. Sprinkle spent the week- end In Lethbrldse. returning Tuesday. Many fanners from Pleasant View took help troiu the government relief agent at Wlniilfred on Monday. Mr. T. W. Dyer spent a few days In Bow Island last visiting friends week. Mr. Henry Limp had to seok pro fesslonal advice from Dr. Munroe on Monday at Bow Inland. Tho U. P. A. meeting held In Lan- caster school house on Saturday, March 20th was not very well attend- ed, ft being first held for si.r' wesks owing to tbe prevalence ot 'flu In tho district. There Is no sick- ness now and the U. F. A. hope all j members, will turn out en masse at the next regular meeting on Satur- day. April 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Stractan of the Molen Land Company, who are visiting at Port Arthur are both !11 with 'flu. No 3 Machine Gun unit was organ- ized at tho Armories lu Stratford. Two hundred Britiih and Ameri- can business men were taken from rfipiig to Coblvaz uy special Irsia. A flock of thirteen swans were -.'lying Enr. in a soutiuvefterly direction. Sir James Chrichlon-Urowne has been elected president ot the Ver- mlu iloprasstou tiotiety of England. A receiving order has been grant- ed against Charles Conyngham, ot Newquiy, Euj., on tha petlllou ol a creditor. The body ot Clara who has! been missing from Merthyr, Eng. tor j a few days, was fouud by the police in a pond. Xathan Speight, n Barnsley dropped ileiil in the F.treo.t when he heard thai Barnsley had won a foot-, ball I Cobourao and .Nurse Jamieson, I of the Departmect ot Bducalion. On-' tarlo, aril making a medical Inspec-i tlou of'nipley Public and C'ontlnua-j tton schools. "iValtar Ci'icK-, ropreaenting r. com- Hue of 43 Brlilili elioo manufnctur- era. has brought of English shoca New (o retail at trom 15.30 (o (14 a, pair, Piltsbiirg city council has begun a series of open meetings at which citizens whoso rejit lias been raised more thpn 25. rpr cent, may state their grievances..; Official instructions have been re- ceived from Ottawa (bat Iho Alberla pemitentlary is to bo closed down and the convicts removed from tho L'dmouton institution to Saskatchs wan. ueiillentlary {VInce Albeit and tbe Manitoba pcnltcntliry at Mountain. There arc U7 convlctt et present doing terms of Imprisonment. The- 19zG Hudson Bay dog derby will be flarted at the Pec st 10.39 p.m. on Tuesday, March. IS, with i searchlight and huge bouttres llgbtlni up tbe trail on the banks of 111? Sask- achewau. A field c( "I eatrles tj looked for comprUlng the flneit breed oi huskies obtainable In tbe north. U is a non-stop race of miles and the various teams are being trained to sprint from the start. THEY COST NO iMORE Wieu you buy a plauo It's ID investment for a lifetime. Why not hare the MASON A RISCH they cost no .morpT Because wo sell from "factory to home" through our o-mi stores, we save you money. Ask for special Style Booklet and mm Komi defined. Is intimated by several prom- inent labor in a general discussion" following the venlicls against (lie Winnipeg strike defen'd- ion among the leaders here on the justice and legalitv of the verdict is divided. The moderate men say it indicates that Red propaganda and One Big Union methods are no good constituticn- undertaken ants. Opin al Canada, and only action should be by labor unioi'S. On tha other hand, the more radical laborites declare that all labor unionists will take up the fisht to compel release of tho con- victed men. seas service, home service, adoption of a. five cent nickel coin in WOODSWORTK PREDICTS MORE TROUBLE IN 'PEG SASKATOON, March Declar- ing Winnipeg's monster strike was prolonged by action of tbe federal government and that the citizens com- mittee was as much a soviet organiza- Mac-donald strongly urged tho i tioti as the labor leaders, J. S. Woods S210.00; with homo piace tnc inconvenient coin ot sliver now used, and suggest- New Zealand, wilhout dependents, cd replacing also ot the ten cent silver coin by one ot pure nickel. overseas service. wiih de- pendents, overseas, service Ttie nickel five cent coin would be In Great Britain anil in Australia, the sizo c{ tue pTesCnt S. nickel. the gratuity ie increased pioporlion-i ately for periods oi service exceed-! ins three years. In the case at New Zealand, also. It is The sclgnornge of the Government. in this event be in eicesa of per annum. If the present to draw a larger aimmnl than for a 5 ceut coin was returned am] nickel coinage substituted tbe Govern, that given as Ibe three year total, recover ailrer which coal .payment being made at the rale of oi. 6cn it at th0 prcsen'. one shilling and sixpence per day ot seirice, calculated frcn; Hie Hay oi embarkation of Ihe New Zealand main body, September 23. 1314. and raartet rate. Should half the exist- ing silver coinage represented by 5c worth, ot Winnipeg, brought tremen- dous cheering from an audience, which filled every inch of the Empire thea- tre here Sunday afternoon. Develop- ing his theme "Tho force behind I'M the Winnipeg labor leader said tlie whole of Canada had been deceived by reports of the strike sent Winnipeg press. He denied Jew. Mr. Long and }Itss Engljsh rendered a duet and an encore Vas enthusiastically demanded. The bal- ance nf the'program consisted o( a aolo MrJ Doixch, sketch "A shell Messrs. Shear, Recor and Ganco and an instrumental duet by Messrs. Diwson and Ober. All num- bers were good and it is very hard to descriminate, aVeach one received its hearty raeade of appkuse, from a large and thoroughly satisfied audi- ence. The band viraded in full strength, which means 26 pieces at 7.3D In front of the hotel, and gave several s'elec- lions, which pleased a large number of people who bad gathered there to hear tbe results ol the months of prac- tice the band boya have been putting In this winter. We must congratulate the band on the splendid quality of tho music rendered. Although the expenses of the min- strel show were quite heavy, we understand that the sura ot over J300 was realized from the sale of tickets and space on the program, which will be used to purchase some additional instruments. Community Club Lunch The third monthly luncheon of the Vnlcan Community Club was held at (he Imperial hotel on Thursday eve- ning the 25th instant. Seventy guests of the Club were present and after en- I', cao. iio uvuicki >vvi u piuatnL aim mier en- the strike was called by Joying a satisfying lunch served by lliatiit bad any relallon with Russia's revolution or thai It was an issue be- tween anarchism and the Union Jack. These charges be said had been tnade by Winnipeg's press, Referring to the verdict of guilty re- turner! against five leaders on Satur- day fae said "That Is not final by any means." pieces be so Ireatcd. a gain GENERAL ELECTIONS IN oi one and one-third million dollar.! up to the time ot j would result. Juno 20, a tola! possible period Another speaker In rale-ring tu Inickol coinage nonsldcred that sen'.i- of four years ami 27S days. Of tho Ausfnvian gratuity jns.20 i mctit was not a negligible thing in is payable In bonds only, Ctc ailionil life. that ;hc balance (anon! flCO) helng payable In cash. It has boon claimed (hat. as toe Australian ami .Vow Zealand j the country. The coin is entirely private received a' larger payment, ;00 utterly Inconvenient while on active service than his io handle, as those who hatl mining of nickel cols would strike i responsive note iif pride throughout MANITOBA THIS SUMMER WINN'IPFXJ. Man.. March That the provincial general election will be hold before harvest was tho announce- tnenl tnaile by Premier N'orrla in the closing raotnenls of the fifth and last session of Ibe (iflecnth legislature of Manitoba on Saturday afternoon and shortly bcfon- the official prorogation tonk place and tho curtain was rung diiv.n on the last legislative tuuctinn or tin; admlnlstratioti ivhicli came into the management and staff oi' the hotel, Ihe President introduced the speaker of the evening, who was Mrs. Stanley Jones, of Calgary. Mrs. Jones was the wife of the late Major Stanley Jones, who died of wounds received In action, In the great war. Mrs. Jones ipoke for three-quarters of an hour, giving a short review of the work she had been engaged In while overseas In the service of the Cana- dian Ked Cross and other She and her lato husband enlisted on August 'jth, and Mrs. Jones was overseas five yrars and two months. They wero among the tirst Canadians (o arrive in Kngla.ni! from Canads. her husband being with the famous P.P.C.I..1.. Mrs. Jones gave a very Interesting talk on her activi- ties in England and France, in connec- tion with nursing, raising funds lor ctnilppiuK hospitals with sanitary ap- pliances, and in the work of child Up By Weather Returning; To Ranch From j Coaldale EASTER SHOES Oxfords in the latest designs and lasts are in our stock. You would dp to look them over early as Uie delivery wit! bo slow thisi season and you may be iIJBapirOinled later. Soriio tiico fitting black kid, brown kid nml patent leather styles fn by express this inorin'ug. Width AA, A, B, C and D. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES account of alterations to our windows it -will bo day before we can have Uie.se on display. W, X NELSON StHERLOCK (From Our Own Correspondent) TURIN', Slarch Wll- lams is back trom Buhl, Idaho, where fi epeut the winter months. Godfrey Oseen ithlle moving a graniry Wednesday siilfered a slight accident In which one oE his toes was srolcen. A. daughter was bom to Mr. ancj, Mrs. Geo. Lnzruk Sunday night. Tho I pother's condition was not very favor- able at last account. Oscar while brining his family from Coaldale Monday, where I they lived (his winter, experienced a great deal of trouble which waa In- creased by eeverlly of tho weather. They took refugo Monday night at the home of G. B. Gordon, spent part o[ Tuesday at Emerson Haloes' and final- ly arrived at Durton Spencer's Tues- day night, where they rest up be- fore moving lo their own ranch. The hrst assessment notices for tho Letbbrldge Northern Irrigation Dle- Irlcl haro been distributed by Chas. Green. Paul Hlllman from Ala- bama, is ataylng at the home o( J. N. Bunn, prior to taking a position With C. S. Noble after .April 1st. Mrs. Harold Cole and children are suffering from severe colds, contract- ed on their trip out from Lcthbrldge Monday. Practically all the Turin farmers were In l.dtliliriilge during tho making arrangements for obtaining seed with Mr. Murphy the seed grail: and relief agent. WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST, AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. 9. LETHBR1DGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG, PHONE 595 GOLD TO NEW YORK NEW YORK, .March hig- gcst consignment of gold that has been shipped into this country during tlio last two years from Great Uritam nv-( rived yesterday on the Ue-j Star liner j and amounted lo nparly i SIO.OOO.OCO. Tbe gold, ured at about Is the -first shipment from tho British treasury to; J. Morgan Company, to pay ctfr A Good Investment 'T'HE money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND BRANCH, R. T. Eryr.incr, Manager. L day us against the CanmUnr 31.10. -nickel. N'k-Jtcl ollny bfonws This placed the slngic .Australian ntjjrcnay and malodorous. Tu teal iliis an advantage, but ilin married man j (1ueslioti lie said lie had for many was at a considerable disadvantage, I years carried a few pure nickel ami as the pay and allowances to a mar- ried man wero 153.40 as againai }ofi In tho case of H Canadian. In (he janks above private, when the pay reached J2.40 per day, no separation The Zealnnd prlvalfl rccelvod Bs. per day nnd tbcre oppcai? (i have been a small separation allowance. An allowance of Is. fid. per day for each child, up to three children, was made. Allowances for children i nn .-nit wai not Issued by tho Canadian Govern- Koyal assent was riven to 130 hlilF, which with liic t'l assented when sup- ply wus vutril. makes a tolal of 17S measures onac-lcd during Ihe session. inenl. but this matter was placed In the hands of the Canadian Patriotic Fund. While Ihls fund was largely nickel alloy coins in bis porl it. The nickel coins were aa bright am! at tractive na when newly inlnlcd. The nickel alloy coins were dull and un- sightly. Ilf; Ilic passing of it fur JIMl'j Ijltr'.Cl T'C and 10f. coins. Irlfr, Ihp young lady who.sc name Ihe inlllal letters of (tit Irrigation De- velopment Apsociiitk'ii makes, is 'jl to know if sho is to he wedded lo the land in the policy in regard lo her Ihe Provincial FARES TO ALL U.S. POINTS INCREASED BY TEN PER CENT. TOIIONTO, Mnrch ilallwny fompanlen liavr- decided lo Ibe fare? :r, iininls in ttie I'mi'-il Kinics :o iiii. r.-xicni of lii iicr on (hi" ratrs, !hc In- erf a .if to f ako C'lfcrt Mnroh rfncl lo to nil HivOHgii one way or return, Tho .-ulditinnal HI jior will nnl apjily In r.r parlnr car tfrkcts Infnrjnation lo I'lff-nt ir.-is given in circulars Isaacil in tliis cily on Saturday. Another cJrtuIlr slated Iliat head tax o! fS on each Cr.iiulian en- I jTClualary, eiceirt in the case of of tho wedding hells. lature will adopt. Let us hope that taring wH! be this policy will announce tbe ringing iusieail o( {S, as to Vnlcfin lo nfltlrens the Community Club, and in doing so spoke briefly of the organization of a O.NV.V.A. local in Vulcan, anil extended an In- vitation to any of tbe ladles who would wish to join the ladles' auxili- ary of that Institution. Needless to say the vote of was carried unanimously by a lusty hand clap- nnd the luncheon broke nji with the nl Hie National rAnthcin. Mr. II. W. who beeii in thr nonr-ral r-tore business in for Iho yoarg, has of bis of diy goods, liools and stmr-s in the Hiiys Thomas Cnrrjparty. who vsill in occupy lialf the sjiiicuiiis lu-ovDi f.'.ore. Mr. HOOVOF, iii retaining tbe grocery anil produce part of hla business, an lie claims Ihnt this rteparlniont Is sufficient to keop ho aurl his staff fully occupied. Tho Thomas Company have purcbaseil a complete stock of dry goods, etc., in the t-ast. mid they have announced was for Kuhu. fk Company, any had been bought In the open market in 'FLU OUTBREAK AMONG INDIANS AT LAC 1-A ROUGE PR1XCK Al.HKilT, Mnrch -Hurrying soitthvrnrd S5 liy clog j '.rain, 150 mliea by team nml Iravcl-i day and night, ar aii'd 11. the city with ot un onUjix-Lt'x of i influenza Iho lutllanp nf l.ju-i I WH'nlii it few days bufore he left, 1 1 j of the Indians died and many more! nro Mrlcktn. There arc ,-iljou' ilfiy! famillea, with Iho cplrlemir i Ing thero Is no doc'or to attend lli-'iu and no medical supplies to, check the ravages of Iho disease. opening for today. Mr. Thomas ary. IlfBh school te.ichers of Harrlston are oskln; tor nr. Increase In sal-1 W iieiiYou Travel, Even in Canada carry your flinrls in Travellers' issuer! by The Merchants Bank, Personal cheques are often refused, Money may be lost or stolen. Travellers' Cheques, on the other arc cnsiied by banks, hotels, transportation companies and stoics at their face valuu, and enable you lo raisu raady money wherever you happen to be. If lost, they of no value to the finder; if stolen or def Iroyed, they will he replaced without oxtrt charge. Use them for your next journey, HANTS BANK: XJ Jl Esl.ibliirxcl 1864, R. J. DINNING, Maatgec Head OF- BHANCH, alio Fub-Agfni? opei ;