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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta tHK HERALD PAGE SEVENTEEN The Alberta Teachers Alliance; .Its .Aims and Objects (Contributed by Alliance) but ilw teachers themselves In South- ern Articles will appear Irom week to week os'ioplcs of educational Import- ance. .Tha Alliance Is now ferae fifty strong and -would co-operation and tld ol alt un affiliated la the district. The nert monthly meet- ing will be held Wednesday evening next and a hearty Invitation Is extend- ed to ill such teachers to: attend. The 'Albert! Tuckers Alliance it still InUs, Infancy but It-It last add wilblo the next year or two promises to grown ap. It Is an offshoot 61 the Education- at Association: which' ta constituted of teachors "and all Interested la educa- tion Us aims are as follows (1) To advance and safeguard the cause of education In the Province o! v (2) To ra'se tie status, of teaching probation in. Alberta (3) tbo'members ot the Society ta. an association for their protect Ion and general end IndHldual welfa.e (4) To bring about united action on any o{ common Interest to the tMCkarj ot educational lattl Alberta, enpporled by Dom'n Ion, Protinctal or Municipal taxation (6) TV wlti teachers ptfier provinces ol Wtmbia Woman wbo lure fouad rehcf an people wbo wane all mff nrert ta know wkat tteu eipene Vn WatUn, of SaTna, BC, wntea, praiaaj Oil PJls for the im nediattVshcf pvn by these Pjlla lira. "Waltvi people wlo ued pat Pills i to try tkom. I tar vun with weal kidBtW, ud box of Qljl Pills and BU> tbera u dneys or bladder senonf tbatr at first sign ot'pain in side OT back, treatment Gin PiUl should begin. The duty cf tbS is in UM blood If weak pr insitirt, une and lac poijoni and are earned to aid mvsdu, rruenmaiism, sciatica constant bead uig before stoix in blad if you have any of syraptoms, get Gin Pllli at onee. Jree sample on re- (ij art. At dranati or deatan, 50c a Howy Tended if not rdwrad. Tie National Drug t Chemical Co at Caoiis, Linuttd, Toroito TJmtisd Slstes Addreu, Bm-Ca, lit., 2fl2 VUm at, BaCaK NT. 35 j Domlnloa baying the same or iims and objecta. We fMl that .the Alliance should make clear to the public what it stands in the.-past-ln Alberta -as in her places have been eclared to be simply unions to obtain (W rThlB.'ls but one hoiigh a very, necessary step .In'- Ug out iUalmi." 1. Education requires to bf ad- anced andVaafeguarded In-our, prov- ce ;By far the larger number ot uiUs'ir.e-In'rural schools It is that-'the detectj-of ow pretwt most visible mast Low poor .accommoda- on, low. unfiualltied ilt a, few of th'e utstandlnj questions whlQh might be 2. The. stands for, raising PDF Celebrating Event Whin News Came of Death of., His Daughter of tie, teaching _ We wo.uld alirigsC'add to thls.alm the sUtus because that In iaaay .the pub" c his not' coine to recognize that the work of education is of supreme im- portance to the nation. When ng: Is placed on a level -with law, medicine, 'dentistry, the ministry, etc; we shall be a little nearer the accom- of our aim In this regard. J. members .ofv this nuturaUy seak to improve port- Ion financially, socially, and to square deal and ilso to give a square deal to their employers, the public. There la much to done In this way and the only hope of sacoess U united 6 4 In matters like the establishment o' a minimum salary which will ensure living In comfort, in striving for mak- ing provision tor old-age, In .champ- ioning the cause ol justice where nec- essary, united action will ba most.ef- :tlve. Courses of staBdaraiilng qualification In different provinces, establishing educational magazine., etc tho provincial ajllances, especial- ly of the four, western provinces hope to accomplish "much by united effort and conferences ot an tnter-provlnclal kind have already been held. H Is the intention of, the local Al- iHseiiM-hi-detail some of the. LONDON, May Canndla Associated Doke ot .Con naught'Is.70 years old today. Flag are flying if trap'government building in hojijr The to London, mach belter receA" prolonged continental He has received hearty' congratul tlons from most of the newspipe'i and in all cases prominent referena Is made to his governor-generalship Canada. Crown Prineeaa Dies STOCKHOLM, May Prin cess Gustave Adolph of Sweden, wh before her marriage, was Princess Ma garet of Connaught, died here; til afternoon. Crown Princess (Jastave Adolph w the eldest daughter of the Duke Connaught, former governor-gene of .Canada. Before, her marriage Crown Prince Adolph of Swede June 15, 1905, she was 'Princess' Ma garet of Connaught.. Since her. ma rlage she has borne five children, f6 boys'-and a, girl. Her mother, t of Connaught, died on March H, But Still Farmers Do Not Seem Worms VVitiitke Snow HELD POLICE AT E.AY Ky., lowing the shooting to death hero last night of Edward H. Wise, a farmer, duriog au altercatiOD, police uent to the'reBldence ot illtchell and arrested him on a murder charge. Following the altercation Mitchell after exchanging shots wfth the police. The poSice (hen surround- In which Ultchell had bar- ricaded htoelf. bnt were held ott for bait an hour. was captured ie, attempted io. eecape through teck door. Hamilton" machinists are asking {or an hour and a 41-hour RUSSELL APPEAL NEARS COMPLETION WINNIPEG, May R. i B. Russell appeal to the privy council Is nearSng completloc, according to W. H. Trueman, ICC-, who >s preparing the doca- menle for to the judicial committee of the privy council, early in June- No re- ply has been received from the minister of justice at, Otta- wa, or the attorney-general of Manitoba, as to whether they will accede to the request of (he de.'enee committee not to oppose the appeal, Mr. True- jpan said. Keep This Bottle at Home AbsorbmeJ The.priucess, who was'born January was often termed the "tom- boy" of the royal family, because- of "her fondness for o'ut-pf-door She is also survived by her brother, Prince Arthur of Lady Ramsay. Lady Ramsay Is fa'm- Ularly known In Canada at. Princess Patricia, after whom one qt spoken to in Letn- ridfe were cheerful about he wetrthiw. One ot th'am thtre Is plenty ot Ime tbe onlT that is likely to occur In southern Alberta this year s ft reduction in toe acreage. This armer was talking about the posii- illtties of a f if I crop this fall Several personal experiences were given to show that wheat sown early the Loihbrldge district" docs not mature earlier than wheat sown iround the middle of Way. H.' E. MI e- bacb reaped the heaviest crop la this Ujtrict fron wheat sown about the nlddle of this month on his farm at (Monarch. Today seeding it stopped hi all parts of the division ot the B. P. R. Snoir is falling from Dun- more to the CroWi Nest POM. In the west end of the division the EnowfeU is particularly nesvy, and on top ot taow that been there for two or days, vriH probably make eeed- ing longer. One noticeailB.feature of fte storm in 's that fact that "it has been Bowing wornu." The sidewalks of the city are covered with worms today. In connection irith the salary ot tie new British Ambassador to Washing- ton an additional 600 M sn entertainment It Is pointed out in American papers that the salary -of the President ot the" United States is with an additional tor travelling ex- teacher and public alike, in the hops that thereby a greater Interest -Kill be taken by the people ani not only them The grabbed idr and thero wu a great tKat hurt lilce Ike came too. Sha at once put on toon and the f crioo prsrerXcd mfec- uon where was of. It TTtt am Nfewlijlalum fjoed t cult, ared feel and ol JU? olier littk "7V Recommends Internal Bath- ing for ..Piikf Mid Coiutipa- tion. penses. At the normal rale of chan'ge'the.two salaries would to ap- .nrrtilmately "eQual. 'Princess Pats named after its formation in Duke Receives Word. May The Duke of Connaught received news Here cf the death In Stockholm of his daughter, Crown. Princess Gustave Adolph of Sweden, amidst hundreds ot congrat- ulatory messages sent him on bis 70th birthday. It -who suBer front pUes and tha many ills result- ing from accumulated waste m tha Intestines .would reallta what .the; J ot Pigs for thoJnBmo Calltornla on Ihe baciairisf -then you are sure your Jvivfrii'llio' bSst and nibBt onnnlcig pliysU for Ilia Illtle slnmncn, liver aiidbowefa, Children love its Irully taste'.; Full'directions .on -.t-ieh must.say Wvertlscincni.' How to Make Coffee AUoW one of Sttl 9rtfW Coffte to cup. failing avtt ttU coffW.' Simirxt j mtfttitw; affrrmitrUtei, TfwtiMrve. you UM rich, iiifl-rxKlifeJ- SEAL; BRAND COFFEE Tot Tndolitoo ton.' In Xi 'good (m Perfectly CHASE MOWTRFAL a Increases Announced by -Board of Railway Commissioners Per Cent. Added OTTAWA, May 1 Canadian Press.) Increased allowances for grain doors supplied in Western Can- ada by shippers for ordinary freight cars carrying grain are placed at per door for lowers snd 75 cents (or uppers, In a ruling of the Canadian railway commission. These rates'ap- ply on cars with five-foot doors and compare with the current rain of 6r jusl 50 per higher. For six- foot doors, ths new, rates will be J2.CO for lowers fuul 90 cents for uppers. J. Hardwell, chief traffic officer ot the In his recommendation, which the boftrd adopts AS Its ruling, stntcs thai ho had based his allow- ances for grain doors as nearly as possible 6n the actual cost of mater- ials, with; no allowance to labor, on the principle that allowimcn sfcould bo but not high enough to en- courage shippers to ordinary freight cars mlher thnn wait for Itio rflilrwd .companies Io supply a grain car. ?ou11 Apply a few drops then lift tore, toucly corns right off.. Kppain. magloi. KUM or tiai I.f. Tttie lu; trui.lcKkt L-D.-S. Publications ATCARDSTON We carry a full line at Salt Lake prices. I. M. COOMBS Desertt Newt Agent TkeseAreThe Printed in Red Ink on Every Package -of Genuine Original TOASTED CORN FLAKES rvEMAND the package from the makers' in Canada. The Genuine Original, Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes for twelve years, haVe been tie- choice of the tained quality winning unbroken favor and in- creasing appreciation. I i Battle Toasted Corn Flake Company, ;LONDON> QNT. A few cents buys a tiny bottle ol the magic Frcetone at any drug sloro Apply a few drop? of Froczpne upon a tender, aching corn or a callus. In stantly that troublosonic corn or cal Itis stops hurting, then shortly you lift It out, root and all, without any pain, soreness or Irritation. Theso little bottles ot Freezone contain Jus enough to rid the' fc.U o( hard corn, soft corn, com beVveen the (pea find Lhc calluses on boltorn o feet. 'So Why wait Did You Ever Use Our Real "They arc Made from (.tie VCTJT host materials we can by people who know. You will like them can' find out by calling tomorrow. WE SERVE LIGHT REFRESHMENTS A good fray Io Lry our paslfy. Always prepared for special bualneas on Saturday. WITH OLD-TIME GOODNESS They're simple old fashion- ed baked as our and grand moth ers cooked thorn for us. A, Ktlle catsup is added' be-1 caiiso Tve remember, that as youngBtere, we always %vantr ed mother to put. a bottle ot her tomato sauce" on the': table tie day we beana. TRY ONE CAN OF lt QUAKER BRAND .PUT UP BY Dommion Cahners B. C. Head Offict, Vancouver, p. C. AUE carry ;the bost complete Stock of Golf Goods in Full selection of Macgrcg'or; Burke, Bpalding and "U.S.A." basldos the best .Old Country" Clubs. Write for our now catalogue ol all lines of snorting goods. Consumers Hardware Co. Ltd. Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta Bargains in Used Pianos BliHjL in walnut case, splendid Instrument. For quick Small sized Upright Piano, just the thing to start the children on. For quick sale, price.............. PSASB NBW YORK, In ebon- lied case, a little bit old fash- ioned, but an aristocrat In tone and action SQUARE PIAN'O, good lone Also for sale, Corey Safe, in "how condition Now Remington No, 10 Typewriter APPLY WAODINOTCH'S AUCTION fiOOtos II Ih street South ;