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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtHBRIP'CE' DAILY HERALD Monday.' May 22. .1911. if MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 6. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. Three Nights, commencing Tonight. May 22. ;Mr. John Griffith, supported by Miss Edith Trotter a Competent Company in the Following Plays: OF LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT CHANGED Bells." 50c. HOLIDAY 2.30. May MATINEE 25c. 24th. Formation of West Lethbridge District-Many New Schools to be Erected in Southern Alberta -Interesting Items from Alberta Gazette Majestic Theatre 34; and the south half of Section 33 In Township 4i> Range S: and Sec- tions 20 and the eust halves of Sections 26 ,and 36; the east half and north-west Quarter of Section''24: and the north-east quarter of Section 23 in Township 45 Range 0 west of the Fourth .Meridian. The boundaries of the Neighbor View School District No. 2411 of the Province of Alberta have been altered by taking therefrom the following lands, namely: Section 3G in Town- snip 7 Range 12 west, of the Fourth _-Meridian; from and after date hereof The Alberta Gazette, latest issue, an-1 The boundaries of the dislrict sha11 Comprise the fol- notmces the formation of the folIow-jSchool District No. 1007 of the Pro- lands, namely: Sections 19..20: jing new school districts: ivince of Alberra have been altered by -8- and in BaUman School District. No. 2421, j withdrawing therefrom ihc 11: ami Sections including the following lands, namely: j lands, namely: The north half of and -5 in Township-; Hange 12 west sections 22 23 24 25 2fi 27 34 3f. -0 m Township '10 Range 25 Ol" tne 'Meridian. in Township S Range 12; Sections-west of the Fourth Meridian; and that Tue trustees of Patience School Dis- 19 30 31 in Township S Range 11: andjirom and after the date hereof No- -ir'R- Stirling, P. 0., have heen empowered to borrow to build and equip a school and outbuild- W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. 2 NIGHTS-Friday and Saturday MAY 26th and 27th F. A. WADE Presents B. C. Whitney's Mixture Highly Seasoned Musical j lections 1 2 11 and 1- in Township O'said district shall comprise the fol- Kange 12 west of the Fourth Meridian. 'lowing lands. namely: Sections 29, o Sire-hie of Buruett in senior trus-jUi. :J2. and the nonb half of Section 1lee- 'ill) in Township 10 Ranue Sections Headley School District. Xo. 1M23. ISLE A Rior of Color, Spirit- ed Songs. Hilarious Fun and Novel Dances. 20 ENCHANTING SONG HKTS, "Peggy G-oo "How Can Ton Tell -Till You Etc BOBBY WOOLSEY JACK LESLIE And Big Cast of Principals 30 SINGING AND DANCING GIRLS 30 SPECIAL PRICES 75c, and Ready Tuesday ,_.., and the north halves of .including the following lands, namely: i sections 23 and 24 in Township 10 !Sections HI and :x in Township sections -1. 5. 7., S. 9, jKange 5: Sections and in south of Sections IS. .snip 5 Range Sections 5 7 in Toy.nsWp n Range jaud IS, and the south halves of 1. 2, 11. 12. and the south j tions 19 and 20 Township Range of Sections 13 and 14 in Town- Sections 1 2 11 .12 13 and 14. and il south halves of -Sections 23 and "in Township Range was and is still carrying on business within the. province, and. that. the. ,ave him 5100 -before he money in question was standing to liis 10 credit of the government at the But he'had a aTnoney-makmg scheme Mr hranch maintained here an educational affair in tue away. He was going to who is in Utah. snip'S, Range also Sections 3, 2f) Range 2G west of the Fonrth !5, S, 9, 10, and iliose portions of Sec- tions 1, 11 and 12 lying west of the said river, and those portions of Sec- tions 6 and 7 lying east of the said river, in Township 9. Range Meridian; and that from and after the hereof the said district shall comprise the folio'wing lands, namely: Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, S, 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and those .portions of heart in Idaho and was going to stopj there. He stopped off here and got! 'sense of "the term. tne man visited tbe saloons, drank, the trouble resulted. I am sure the There will though I The government also takes issue in' a separate reply to the statement oZ and riljbons may also those; porrious >of Sections 1 arid sectjons OQ_ 21, ..22, 23, 24, 27 and 2S 11'2 -lying east of the said river in Town jsnip 9 Range 23 all west of the Fourth Meridian. Jas. E. Bailey, Lethbridge, is senior trustee. The boundaries of the Rocky Cou- lee School District No. 11SS of the Pro- boy was out of his mind when he the money. The man who.accuses him: isays he was very drunk and that bears! are. lying south of the Bow TOWB- ship 21 Range 2G west of the Fourth Meridian. The boundaries of the Sunny Brae School District Xo. 207? of the Pro- vince of Alberta have been altered bv oiit my belief about him being'crazy when he took the money. "There is another tuin'g which the case complicated. The boy save his age-at''five years more than it is. He was -born on-January tne. awarded Idefence 5r'braittecl D7 the Royal 'Bank. It says the bank is not entitled to a .banker's lien on or to inter- seeking, accurate information whatever. In fur- is not now available through1 WJLUV tner tjjg government says that regular channels. ,.f the bank ig entiried w a plans are to se" .'tract of land necessary buildings for the carei s will b 17 believe we can ;ood results.'here, as 3 Sections. 2i and zz mat Qf Section 23 and the south-westi of the north half of Section 23 of Section 24 in Township west of tbe Old Man River in Town- Kange 9 west tne Foufth Lhat ship 10 Range 25 west of the Fourth! only a few months more than one can see. I can f evidence that the ___ trouble before and hasj "utmuu11 CUJL wild boy ias cholera and gapes. ;he boy is. on .in respect of its 3.1- .advances to the constructioa for construction of the rail- and-the purchase, of terminals, interest thereupon does'.not ex- to the money so held by the bank Jin.suspense orpaid, by the bank other- Meridian; and that from and after the date hereof the said district shall com- after the date here- of the said district shall comprise t0 A WEIRD TALE tne report. The following Xeilson found Kust cold in FROM FAR (Continued from Front Page.) Tliere's always something about a that doesn't April, .Being in destitute clrcumstan-j xvflo was not invited. ces and In a weak physical condition, j -N'eilaon very- considerately, took One day Neiison told him! the story of Sandber's visit and hisj quest and Kust. disclosed his identity, j Weilaon told Jiim to consider iiimseii'j under arrest until Jie could take him tq- Seward. That, same night while- 'Nellsori was sleeping in an adjoining! cabin Kust, who had retired, shot him-j a.reyplvsr. The blankets! suit a woman LETHBRIDGE GROWN STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale in large or pnifi.ll quantities-. These pUms have been successfully raised here for 3 years and ;m- guaran- teed thoroughly acdin.iated. H. P. GATRELL. Box 1925 Lethbridge. prise the following lands, namely: Section 31-aiiu that .portion of Section tflg 30 lying north of the Old Man-Paver' in Township 10 Range 24: Sections 27. 2S, 33, 34, 35 and 3fi: those por- tions of Sections 2.4 and 25 lying north of the said river in Township 10-Range 25: Sections 5, f., T, S: the south halves of Sections 17 and 'IS in Township 11 Range 24: and Sections 1. 2, 3, 10. 11, 12: the south halves of Sections 13, 14 ,and 15 in Township II" Range.25 west of the Fourth The. boundaries of the HUlcrest School District No. 1096 of> the Prp-j ivince of Alberta have been altered by therefrom the following lands, namely: The southeast quarter of Section 15 Townsliir. 20 Range 26 j west of the Fourth Meridian: and that from and after the date hereof the said district shall comprise the fol- lowing lands, namely: Sections 25, 2K. 27. 28. 33. 34, 3S and 3S; the east halves of Sections 20 and 32 in Town- ship 1? Range 26: the west halves-of Sections 30 and 31 in Township 19 Kange 25: the west half and north- east quarter of Section 6 and the south hah" and north-vy-est. quarter ..of Section 7 in Township 20 Range 25; and Sections 1. 2. 3, 4. 10. U. 12; the east halves of Sections 5 and in Township 20 Range 26 west of the Fourth .Meridian. following lands, namely: Sections 16, the south-west quarter of Section will do all I can to get.him out of the 'trouble. Tf the court or the-state can SQOW him he leads a leniency .now I me and see and will take life from TAYLOR STAKE GiVES ITS SUPPORT (Continued >om Front Page.) now on. "Only men who have sons can ap-j preciate my trouble now. Yes, T -will go farther. Only aged nien in the splendid youngest son has come for "the '.purpose, contends ithe government. Could, Mot Rest at Nighty Back Weak. time of forty! and aching hacks are_tha to trouble, Saturday afternoon. 'Mr.! primary.cause of.kidney trouble. When inrough error after they have been McNicol 'was -invited to address the the back aches or becomes weak it is a fc _ ;_________ warn mar from, the kidneys. that every- arning trom. the kidneys. that every- and. after President- H. 5..I these last few days have meant, to me. j Allan had endorsed the proposal., the! lame, aching .any It would be a hard hearted father was moved and adopted. would not stand by. the boy in his first Qur correspondent, says J: W. of the was. taught always to do right in the conference and made a convincing right with .'them. sons of the home can realize what; an4 after President- H. S..I -Heed the warning: -cure thifcvreak, ___. ___ ,7 t chances of further .trouble. ;v ._ If you don't do-this, serious cpmpiica- tions'src very'.apt.'to' Mr. Kimball will await the outcome! Boarf] 0-f of the court's decision this afternoon j [and unless something of a solution can; 4 brought about 'without, i' is. under- j object...... stood he will go to Helena and appeal, religious for executive clemency for the lad. -1he r introducins the subject at, ROBERTSON MUST HANG Caigary. May two hours' deliberation iury trying Thomas Mitchell Rob- ertson found him guilty of murdering Tucker Peach, and he was sentenced by Chief .Justice Harvey to be hanged JuU- 20. -i-Trouble, i: i On the first sign of -anything wrong This' he did in DoanV Kidney- Pills -should be taken. his-usual -gracious and optimistic They trouble and style. -Mr. McXicol made a lasting impression upon the people who heard his, It was-fpo'inTcd out by Apostle-H. M. Smith" who followed Mr. McNicol, that the Mormon people believe in j the temporal as well as the spiritual j salvation of the people. If .there- would tend to lift assist in the cyplnvion the mon pepple always assist'tliG. hipyc. in every way pos-j bum Co., Limited, Toronto." Oat. .sible. ordering direct specify Dom' the back.' VMrs. John Pujgh, Parkdale, Man., have used Dean's Kidney Pills and find nothing to beat them. I. could not rest at night'my back was so weak. I tried every could not fet anything to do me-any good until was tokl by friend to use Doan's Kidney Pills. I tried- them and I am not the same weak woman I was before. I am very thankful .to have "found so pro-j speedy a cure." ._ i Doan's Kidney Pilk'are 50 cente per box or 3 for at all dealers or mailerl direct on receipt of price by The T, Mil- ;