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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 11, 1917 HIE LETIIHHIpfrri rt.vfLY HKHALJJ PAGE SEVCT Enrolment Now Open New Room Tor Commercial Work Probably the wosl Important quos- tioii now bctore the I'ublla School hoHrd Is the miller of accomraodaHon iu tlio Illgli Sclool. With pup- lid enrolleJ. the accommodation ulrcKdy crowded. A new loaclier will Imve to bo ensaeeii lot tho nost Icnn aqd a Aew room opened. It Is posslfala that ODD of the roouia of (lie klnder- rartcn school any lie lilted up (or (lie commercial class of lho High i-'diool. Tbo waller or securing a cow teacher was referred to Iho school mauuseruenl cominUleo si Wednesday's mcollng of tile board. Some Iliuo agu llie JgnUorg ul ibo various schools were askctl to secure as llrcrueii. Messrs. Joucs llatcs antl Blmiii now LeluK auXeil to secure provisional curliftcaUs. Tlia mailer of u normal school for raised Hgaln rer.uully by Iho board of trade, wua dlscuised. auJ referred lo a coonnHteo compos- ed of Scoll aud Johnson, lo Del wllh Ihe board of Irada In keciv- Lttlibrldse's rcqucsl befdro the deparlmenl of education. A grant of. 9100 waa made to Mies Watorman'a class of >'lceLwooU Echaol In order to defray a I'art of tlio cxpc-it- ID sending tho class to Ktimcn- ton to compete for tbo School Chorus Slileld at tho Musical Ffcellval. The attendanco report ihovod; Enrolment for moalh Avcraso dally allcni] anco PtKcnUge Enrolment lor term 1917 1G70 HS3 S9.47 1SGS 1450 1335 92.0T 00 YOU UNDERSTAND whr 701 KM lam-Buk ID to erdlatrr ointment] 1 Beoawe Zan-B xk a ftiperlor ioathlng and dealing pover. Tbli ii to Us eampoil- tfOD, Ztm-BaV ii composed etclu- ilfelj of herbftl eitrocO and Tefe- Ubla oils ind IB 100% medlclDe. Zim-Bvle cvrct are la owing to ths fmct that oils and eitracU of Zam-Buk la composed are so blended ud rtfloed thst llM power ot penelrttioa la While ordinary ofclment remaJna OD tba Burficv skin, lit- orally ftoika throuRb lo the under- lying UKUM, which fa where tkln tflinses fhefr root. ID tltfa only, CAD t permanent cure be effected. 7am-Btffe if other wortUa. eerins ttnnot live Zam-Buk la This prevents anr dinpfr frgm fttterfcg or Wood-poteen In e. it pure. purity ii due lo Its com- post lion, and this pirllcuJarJy com men da fam-Bnk to rdoHiert is Owing to Its freedom from anlcul fat Zara-Buk bwome rancid. It Ibcrefore, Good to the last application. of .Medid DO iy 10 flat. in tho bouse this High School Students Doing Their For Flying Corps afternoon, asked Hon. T. Crglh- 3rs, of It iie bad any JnformatlcQ Iri regard to the reccul closing of coal mines In Albert a tind tho euttoru part of DrUlsli Columlila. Ho said ho bnd noLicctl a dlspalch la tho Moulreal Gazette, staling that the contractors had sent a telegram to tho rnlnU'.'jr ol labor asking him lo action to keep Hie mfacis open. Mr. Uuchanan presiisied that this Iclcgram means thel the nieu havu not accepted (ha agreement arrived at between the representa- tives ot the operators and men, lion, T. W. Crolhcre said Mr. Buch- anan was quite right In assuming that Iho agreement had not been accept- ed by the men. Ho did not infnk tha tho voting was over Uut-a number or miners had voted to tnako it clear that the agreement would b( ejected. A meeiteg would to tbe mpn at CalRary to determine pon Ibp course lo be tnfcen. Tin minister oppressed the liojic Ihat tho ncn would decide lo go buck I1 urorb. Ikfroni Our Oirn Correspondent; Finch cr. Creek, May high school boys liavo proved equnl lo Ihc occasion and faavo gone lo several dif- ferent ranches to do their lill by Ing set lu a bumper crop- The depart- ment of education will eeo that they arc repaid by allowing grades 11 and 12 40% ol total number of marks as- signed when writing their examina- tions. Grades 9 and 10 will be granted a diploma without-writing and ccrtff! caiea wiH be granted oh the recom- mendation of thofr school principal. The boys arc missed from their haunts, and will be gone In all live weeks. These are thu ol boys who ore lho makings of such men as. (.hose have made Canada's famous history. Three more ol our men hare led lo do llielr bll. On Saturday night last the I.O.O.F. baud escorted their fellow bandsman Tbos. Hoarc, and Mr. Fred Ilhodca. who lor years has been the town electrician, to Ihe sin tlon, and played a few jolly airs aa n Eciid-olf, Mr, IToarc has been a reel dent hero for quite a, number ol years and has been steadily engaged on Hi' sloU of Jackson Bros. They have botl cnHsted In Ihe Royal Flying Corps. On Sunday nfght R, Baiter ba adieu to n h'osl of his young frier who gathered lo wish "luck andasafa Washington, May .Yllsoa was assured today, at a con- crenco with senate anJ house lead- that the 000 lie desires tor building Elilps lo combat Ilio submarine incnaco n-ill be 'orlhcomlDg. A bill to appropriate will ftc Introduced immed- iately and tbo remainder ot the money will be voted whenever It Is needed. measure would empower the president td commandeer not only shipyards, but steel production and to direct Us dlsfj.'butlon. The shipping board today announc- ed the appointment ot Uavld Taw- ing, or St. Louis, director of traffic for the board ntid, for the Emergency Ship Corporation which, undar the management o' Major-General George W: Goedials. Is to build a great IleeL of woOEJen Mr Ew.ng-. who has been asElstant-gcneral agen of the St. Louis and San Francisco railway will handle and ship- ire Stock ffrcouraEemeot Act. which waa puiad at ihs rctent BCE- lon of Alberla Legislature, com iwlj Imoira "The Cow BUI." IB DOW In operation, ud RppllcaUacs are be laf received the Dcoartjnent of for loaoq under IhU LCL Th6 Act provldea Ihul any Ira or more farmers may avail thcai- 1U prtTliJonj by Joicinc TO- eller for purpooe. Theae mm borrow up to (SCO each. Tte D10TW7 la loactd to tbem for a period of live ywrt al per tent, loiercel. Thft ttruer the lull !400 and be nothing to pay bat ISO Inttrejt once ft year until Uie end of fire years. The ID connection the lout la the fee of II lor eve Time DO lunher expense la connecUon with chattel or tbe oJ lia aa the Live Slock CommlEalonor la the partoiect of holds tie lu security for the by aosui of i eavammtnt brand. A certain amouit of Is mads over the Dorcfanw of tho csttte, or ratter, (is fanner la BlTen whatCTer assist ance he may require la Oic purchase of bfs COWB. Tbe money must be used n the purchase ot cows or except !a case a Dumber of an njfiOclaUcn lo pur ciiatft a pure-bred bull to be used by them as an association, and loon II per ccnl. of, their raooey may be used for Tbe purchuer of Uve stock uncle: this Act outi retain the progeny o lae or heifers so purcbaeed untl the note Is paid, except that he ran cell Ice eteerfl when they are Lw yean old ud the proceeds In coa neclloTi wlti his farming business None of orlBlna' ctiws or belfers, or cowi or hellere src4 from Hem, ;an be sold without tte written coa- of the Lire Stock Commissioner. Tbii consent, ot course. be giTen n case a former should require lo ifcll aay of thtm on ol Ihelr telnE non-breeden or for anr oUiar reason, those sold wHa other COWB CREDIJ 101S4BM Despjlo ihs success i ihc submarine human naiurr. which had alter; and !i mteht be possible this I'ounuy would have lo display great Flaying he had DO dou'il ILat I7ic Hermans 011 the had enormously by atldiug one of I tic Ixindon, May moveU by ilonar LPW I tit- loiat luce the outbreak ol tlio war lo Uie election of lit? credit of In ruarj', lliat asked today tho argest Eluglc euiauat during war. America, the cliaucsHcir. lad acted wjlU for uli-th he Ballon cculii not fee too i She Uad not only promised bn act- ually afforded financial to Great llriiaio'a Allies, Tho present vole, ho eald, would carry the govern- ent on until about August 1. Dealing with tho financial con- sequences ot tlie entry ol vlie tes into the war, the Eald the Germans bad shown rcsourec- eaE in organizing, bvrt ihty made many mistakes, their iirlncli'-a! belQg the mtauntltritaniiiiiE of Few Left. However olo 01 trcUU to Uti- a jxitl ago. nut much scon Ad jou protiaMy litiow. Citj" Journal SHORTAGE OF SALT. St. John's. Xfld, 3Jay made by ilio Newfoundland govern- meul Lo provide against a threatened sliortaee In the suiu'Iy of salt for curing- UIB treat codfish catch of the colony have betn EUctessful. The Urilisli adult rally uas arraoeed for a number of ships to brine car- uf F3k here under a. which is i-specteU lo slot'k tbe with the ions needed ibis year and an nnvouai. "to sU'.t year's operatlgus. Light Cavalry. Before his enlistment reluru Dobs" on his departure for Cal-lment of supplies for shipyards -niiild- gary, where tie will train la the 15th (ing of the fleets. Later, when the Icdgerkeeper of tbe Union ICE CREAM Saturday lOe Ice Cream lOc Ice Cream Soda and a 5c Chocolato liar To everyone purchas- ing a patriotic button at lOc. Fresh 1'cainit Unttcr and Delicious Home Made C'iimly for Sat- urday. Dtllclout Home Made Panrtut gutter and Popcorn. tttltt P. Burn Co, he was bank. 3ranr old frlenBs here will be de- IlgliEed to share .Ilio news of worthy pralEQ for Lieut.'James Ford, who n lew years ago waa cutter In the F- urna store here. The following-.is an eitract from a site- received by Miss Jackson fres brother, Lieut, Harold Jackson, o be in P. Burns store In P. C., is a nutcimiil lu the 2nd C.M.R., and Is a nllitary cross man. He la one of ilio inny out hpra who is a shiningeicim- Jc (o all new ollicers. He went over, he lop on Easier Monday wllh a tern- erfllurc of 101, atnyed with his pla- oon til) his objGCtlrc was reached and was then sent down sick, lie only laycd tnree daye in the rear and then atne bact to the 'boo.'" hoard gets Us ships on tho water he will supervise tile work of providing thdlr cargoes. Tho shipping hoard's ship bullillng campaign will follow the lines laid down for tile- wooden programme, or hellers. In thla lire slocV .'oant will prEctlcaJIj' all be wolJ inur- ed the first crop ol calves hsa bwn rilsed, so list there will a comparatively cnuJI arnuunt ol either for the OOTernmrat or for any! Indlrldual member of an association. In order to thtjniselvea ot litfi loaa, (Ire- are asked ta JDIP together, slgnlne jo'nl and several (or the money, so that In case of my mtn wilfully aeglccling his ttoet there will be some Interested persflu In the shape of another mem- ber of the eradicate lo notify the Live; Stock Commissioner, and he, under the proTlfllons ol tats Art. can tafee charffo of the stock EO ntRlected, and see thai the other of the syn- dicate as well HS the Gcrernment are loss. WEAK AND TIRED WOMAN TtUt HONM Vlnol Made Her Strong. clhnridgQ women who are wMt, rua-dowa and sutler from tbe conee- queot alfecls of such a condition, will be Inlerealed Iu Mrs. Oilell's idler. She says: "I am a farmer's wife and was all run-down, weak, tired and suffered from Indigestion, and sometimes It seemed as though I .coulii not keep around and do my husework- I laken many medicines without bene- fit. One Jay 1 saw Vlnol ndx'erllscd, and made up my nilnd to try U. f have laKen four bottlea and have gafned seven pounds In weight, ani rn stronger, acd leel many years young- er than" before." Sarah Odell, Lock- port, K. Y. The reason Vinol faallds up we it, run-down women so is be cause H contains n delirious cotnbfna- tloa of most successlul tonics beer and corA liver peptones, Iron anil man- pjQ peptanatcs glvcerophos- pnales, la a mild Ionic wtnc, want to say to every weak. run-down, overworked woman in Lclh- briflEe we wiU re-turn your money If Vlnol falls to help you as It dfil Mrs, D. Co.. UoV Druggists, Also at Ihc best dniggtsts in all Alberta OFFICE STATIONERY LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS, LOOSE LEAF PRICE BOOKS, LEGAL FORMS. AGENTS fOR OFFICE SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING OO.'S FILING CABINETS, ETC. Ever all Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET CULTIVATE CHURCH LAND Toronto, May 9. D. Chowu, general superintendent ot llic Metht> ItsL cluircli fn Canada, lias issued on appeal !o the pastors' trustee boards ot Ihc Methodist'churches In Canada Elttng them wherever possible to sco hat (ho land connected with tliclr churr.lics Is free lo (he people for cul- Ivnllon. either by municipal action or liy Individual actloa With the Increase In (Tie price cl wheat, which IB now selling well over Ihe ?3 mark, flour took another Jump yesterday putting H In wllh gold dust. Top grades are Unlay re- UUioB at per hundred, Tho mills havo jumped Ihclr prices Io.f7ffi0 wholesale. At Minneapolis Hit I'.i'kG )s 17.75, At Chicago it haa mounted to while al Medi- cine Hat M is ?T.70. Jlere fs Iho course lollowcrt by a himdrciiwelghl ol Hour on ils upward Provlafon la also jrtarle in tbe Act for the to pro- ceed one ivho ao ne- tils BlocV and compol htm lo pay whttorer loss ia .wlthgut fuvolr- the other of tie caU laTTSHltf the Idea Vicing lo .work out M. possible, a. sye- teift by which can money low rate of [nlereit for tbe pur- cbwe of Uregtcck, and still have, rci protection for the TrefiBurr ol the of whlcb. Ruar- tlLeae loftne, and thus cuter (he rate ot number of applications hare been received from asroclatlons. and the Stock Conimtss loner Is noW prepgrpJ lo talte the matter HP with say (arraera who arc Interested the Act. Write the Department ol Edmonton, lor Infonaa forma ol application and copies ot Tbe Lire Slock Encouragement ACt CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold ai guaranteed above Vinol druggis STAIN YOUB WIFE'S SAKE TAKE HOME SOME WA-KQ-VEtt BUUCC Dnnr. since last August; August 10 August 21 S3.CO J.SO 4.65 J.30 Dm Mr. wnh io W, tt a recent eiperienec I bad vrm inf- Irring Irom bukicbe, wnk bick, rhea- anjem, dropsy, eoRgntton ol kidnefi. I tried a new medicine called which reeentlT been dia- Di. Pierce, bl whose medi- cines and Snrgtesl InEtitation in Buffalo, K. Y., you have no doobl heard loi nan. Tola medicine tcltd upon ma m wonderful t never have taken My medicine BO helpful in Hnch quick lime. 1 da wish >nyon in need of such remedr maid CITD It (Signed) O. H. Jf Off Folke in town counHca delighted iril.rrlbc rtiulu U: nyh by A N Ihe ncwert dlscorery of Pierce, who held of tbe IXTILIM' SlwviL Kid iKETiTun, In liotfalo, H, Y. TboM who itaiied day with ielu, ftid Wft, tad mnrcks, an Khf of Mftd worn oat before tho rnest WHUfim Ueckott, Bartin Winthorp, Is dead. secootl ART LIMITCR "OCtolier o Oclobcr 13 October 21........... 5.20 October 2C November ii 6.SO February 1........... Kob. 5.35 April 3............. April 9.............. 6.75 April 17 April 20.............. G.45 April 24 April 0.00 May i 7-36 Mny 10 i-.-i.......... 7.90 By this it will'be eeen thai flour has doubled In over coun- ter alnco iJna.months ago today. SUDDEN DEATH. Newport Ncire, Va., Max tor Carlstrom, flvlator Instnjctor at the Atlantic const nerormullcal sLa- tlon here, nod Csrey Jl. Kpps, of New- port News, an nrraj- student svialor.- were aimosl Instantly killed today when their machlno collapsed al nltHuile ahout reel. beca o( bed h they wtre in and out air rloien limei al night) aio lie ptiltct rest, ind niw sltenjih obuinrd Irom Dr. Tierce's Anurio To prove that Ihta i; t. cemln nrio acid tolvcnl and connacrft kidney fcijd bludder atEeaMfl and rheamaliam, if ncTcr os'ed lha cnt IB out arid tend In Mela 14 Doctor for ultrge simple pKVage. This will pfove lo yoa that "Annrio" U thirty -sercn linm more tctire than Kihin In nritf and Hit pttfMt.lridtwy bladder cor- rector. beet dnigfia VKI lor a EO-cenl box of "Anono." You ran no riit for fir, cood name stanrls behind thta wondertDl diKovery M It hM lor the pMt liall century (or "QoWcn Medical which makes blood part, hia tprltnriUt. URGES SUNDAY LABOH. Saskatoon, May L. Halnlng. director of nalfonal service for Ras- knlchewnii. baa written Premier Jlnr; Iln urging thai stcpe be taken bj- ilio lirovlaclal government so that the fftrmcre may. In case of necessity, work on Snndnys, hi order to save ONTAKIO BABY iAIADE STRONG Mrv. Jarvis says Dr. Gassell's Tablets Cured her Delicate Child When Nothing Elie Could. Mrs. Jarvis, Boi 2S6, Penetanfr, P.O., Ontario, writes: "H is a pleasure lo tell you what Dr. Casaeli's Tablets liavo done for my baby. WTien only r barf mcdfral advfco for him he gol five months old lie tell 111, anil though worse, t tried several special foods, nouo of them would stay en Ills stomach, ami ho became so thin that seemcil just sXIn and hone. He only weighed !0 Ibs., nnd wo never IhoiiEhl he could Jive. Out chancing .0 fcear ot Br, Casscll's Tablets 1 got ome for Imhy and am Uianlitul 1 did. Ife In-a bonny toy now, quite cured, ind weighs 25 Ills, at twelve moulhs old." A free sample of Dr. Catiell's Tab- will be sent lo you on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and packing. Ad- tren; Harold F. Ritchie 4 Co, Ltd, to McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. CaBiell- sre !he "iijrpsi home remedy for Dyspepsia, Kldnoy Traillilc, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, NcrTOus Ailments, tCcrro Paralysis, I'MpHnllon ami Weakness in Child- ren. Specially valuable for nuralue mothers and the critical per- iods ol life. SoM uy druKElata and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One lille, CO cents; tubes for the price ol five. Hcrr'arc ot Imita- tions snffl lo cohlnln hynonhoanhlles. Tho composition of Dr. Gassell's Tab- lets Is tnown only to tho proprietors, and no Imllallons can ever bo the Sole Dr. Caesell's "Uld., Eng. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PH6NE762 dealing in very definite quantities when you consider our style, the weave, the wear, the value are all known and 1---------- standard in every way. The clothes which this store sells reach a stage at value-giving that no other clothes have ever attained of sat- isfied wearers es- tablish this factvery conclmively. S.sp are tailored to your measure from any of hundreds of selected fabrics and from any model.1 The prices are sur? prisingly moderate, Macleod Bros. The Great Clothiers Of The Great West 1 ;