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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October DAILY Page? SIENHONIHE Enrollment Shows Big Gain- Board Decides to Introduce School Gardens FMLL OPENING SALE detailed pbii of the grounds, and it is probable that a thorough course will be established. These grounds arc 300 [eel by inland the report that partp ot-.this could be I used lor lawns, and the remainder di- vided into plots'fur individual and class planting. The plan submitted in- At the beginning Hit 1913 school dicaled sugsesled-.plaiils to be used, year tlic estimate ui the probable tbc experimental plots' to be devo.ed attendance lor (lie nionlh, made by to the growing ol.-grains and vege- Superiulendent Hamilton was fifteen tallies, different methods 01 planting iiiBidred. The report lor the to be used to illustrate .the value of submitted at last night's meeting of early sowing and -the necessity ol Ihe school board, lully upholds this thorough cultivation. There are lour estimate and shows a total enroll- teachers in Korln schools ii'C'nt of 1503, or an increase over wto are qualified'to teach agricul- last rear for the same month, o( and the total such a rcr cent., and the outstanding tea-.course as outlined would be approi- turc ol the whole report is progress j itnately In every department. Fleelwoodl OTHKR liUSINESS school nukes a record with ati at- V. H. lirown addressed the meeting of 94 per cent., every teach-1 on bclialf ul the fire estin- er ijTtlie school making a percentage' guishcr. The total cost of installing cif 91 or over. Miss Holes' room at these appliances' would be in tby Ceiilra) gets tlic class banner with; neighborhood of S3ZO, ibut Mr. Brown UG.Sper cent., -Miss Curric and Miss''asserted that insurance companies al- Pawson being close seconds with 3C.jlowed a five-cent, per hundred reduc- The'ciirollnienl'at the high school tion to policy holders having this 107, the largest in the history of (protection, ivhich would reduce the Hist'institution, and an Increase ol insurance M50. No action was 41 per cent, over last year, the lifviriK part of these figures lying in; rtc bt. John s -_ambular.ce corps, the lact that- nearly all of the eighth: who h.ive been hailing a series ol __ i (ji> applied to pupils b! last year ace enrolled as students tVhish school. Sergeant-Major Duncan lias corn- lectures on "Kirst the board for tbs use of the Bailey street school, so that an advanced course In demonstration 'work might he jsitcri. This request was granted. Unuuna business occupied temain- rourse, will write their first ex- animation on ths 31st of this month. Mr. Filmcr has been given authority to coinnirncc a COUTKP ,in physical c'jllurc, tho indications lieing that a large number vith two weeks' holi- days during the Christmas season- The benefit of such a course is read- ily, the. recommendation was "accepted. Classes will fce held on Monday "and- Thursday- of week The 'imnicnunUattetidance was set a1 20, and _lhc maximum at 40. The gymnasium at Westminster school is well equipped and these ev- c.-iing classes should be very popular the young men In. North Leth- tridgc. TiVe course will consist forty lessens. These will be fulj o the Legirining.Vndwil be planned to secure the all-rouni physical develaprmnt'of the memLcrs Tho cost will be nominal, aggregat- ing ahout S1CO, to be covered in par by a fee. of 53-00. Mr. Filmer, who has had such" success with the regu- lar physical in tiie schools, is to have charge. He will'be glad, to give_ mfornution to prospective stu- dents. SCHOOL CAPETOWN PAPER KEEN ON COL- ONIES BRI- TAIN'S DEFENCE POlllCY Following Mr, JIamilton's remarks at a meeting of the board of trade last week, where he urgtd morerat- tention to tlic study ol nature sub- school established in. connection wi! and Galhraith To this, end Mr. Jennings prepared an exhaustive report on the London, Oct. S.r-Tbe armouncemen1 n 'the Telegraph that i' be of no avajl to narn conference occasions so nife" surprise it Ig considered Sndica ire unexpected .lukeijVrraness "on .be part of the Imperial government, It is is awaiting a conference to. discus the South African''naval.-policyi an les Iri ministerial circles In.-Pre- toria' elicit -the that- th government' doesjnot Intend-to aban don the proposed. consultation, bu rather urges held'soon a possible. The Cape Argus'- (Capetown) leai that if it is.not thbught worth whij to hold a tie natural di position will sbe to Jump, to the cor elusion that the naval ciuiaUon, whfc was dtwiuicUng 'fn the face "ot tb memorandum submttteii bj1 Church! to the Prlrae Minister of .Canada, longer criUcal.' ,Yel this fact is not essential. cbaugo lii'the naval situation hecss.slUtea. a 'now measure-of Imporial cooperation In sea defence, tirhtcbJIs aV imperative as ever. The jo'jrnti adds that some day the rMpohilbility (or forciga policy may be the Alother Counlrj" With the Dpmitilpnv. You Are Going To Buy a New Suit Or Overcoat Soon This is ono of tho best opportunities to secure really a high grade suit or overcoat at a reduced price. Every garment shown for this SALE is absolutely correct in .style, anil made by Canada's most staple manufacturers. The Fall Coats cover everything that's popular and the Suits in the latest fashionable styles and fabrics. -517.50------- Ladies' Fall Suits In high gratia all wool double warp blue Serge, grade brown, grey, blue mixtures and Invisible (1O OR stripe Ladies' Fall Suits Made of best quality Tweeds and Serges, la navy, brown and grey. Suits thai appeal to you the mtnule you f 4 CC aee them i 425.00------- Men's Fall Suits In nice eenalblc Tweeds and Worsteds; ehadee of bron-n, snd neat All -wool serge lining ami per- reci miine 420.00------ Men's Fall Suits Ladies' Fall Suits A stunning Jot ol Indies' and Mlsepc' Suits In oil wool "VVor- Bteds and beautiful Tweed Mixtures; est shades, eraartest models, CIQ CC extraordinary values...... IWiOO Fall Suits Broadcloth, Men's Wear Tailored Serges, All-Wool Poplins. Matelasse Cloth, the new weaves, TCodyr, and Imported novel- ty materials; dressy or 7C 1 tailored styles I W _', HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM Winter Overcoats In materials and styles exclusive with this store only. Boucle Cloths, Blanket Cloths, ZcbiBlinfe'cioiiia, Imitation Lainb Cloths, Malalasse Cloths and heavy .Tweed mixtures, Chinchilla of brown, grey, 'diagonal, fawn, blackj: blue and fancy mixtures. Styles to satisfy ihe ir.ost Regular Price Southard Block In high gratfo Worsteds and Tweeds, any ivanteiJ most popular and blue greatly lu hand tall- oied and guaranteed shane- Keeping ability........... Men's Blue Suits Our Leader, which bars competition all over the country. Guaranteed Indigo Dye. Best of making and trimming; double and ce-lnforced soams. Ch.ean at the reeubr price........... Men's Fall Suits These- are the beEt that money can buy. -The veiy newest shades and the last word" tor style. Wo give our guarantee with every one. Popular shades to suit young and old. See them and be C1Q CK convinced. :'Sale Price 5I.f 59.1 K 5-ii 'Regular Price -S22.50....., S25.00 S30.00 Sale. Price S17.85 S27.65 Men's Fall 'and Winter Overcoats In heavv or medium weights, all wool clollis, shades of blue und grey mixtures; Chinchillas, which are greatly worn in the centres of fashion, with shawl or convertible collar, full or half lined. Blanket and .Worsted Cloths, of neat or plain shades, with or without hack helt. Here'is your chance lo buy goods when you need them at a liberal Isaving. Regular price Slo.OO...... Sale Price 57-.9S Regular price Sale Price' -'S15.95- v 512-3rd Ave. INDIAN FARMERS' SUCCEED. Ql.elcaen, Oct., '7. sThls-year 50 ol _______ r_.. Dlackfeet Indians "farmed thair convenience of 'the 13ailey and as a for. their lahors school lor this purpose, 'submitting a THRESHING IN TEN.-iDAYS Regina, Oct. celved by the statistics bruicli ol'the proviodBl (lepartmeat of agHculture Indicate that threshing operalfoiiV be complfiled In Saskatchewan '-Tfjtli- In the neit ten or three localities where. been delayed. A. warm sun'.today. Is .fair drying the and the remains of Monday's snow 'storings disappearing. AN APPLE A BAY KEEPS B' THE DOCTOR AWAJf Efil anil you will have less sickness in the fanuly.iv Leading physicians cverywlioi'c sitnplc prevbntiyc. INSIST ON CfETJING THE BKST j't'V BR1TISHCOL AFFLES JAMES SAUNDERS, LOCKPORT MAN, SHOT SISTER-IN-LAW -rROW OVER PROPERTY LUSCIOUS, JUICY, DELECTABLE ]Iavc..bcen the gold modal pme-Aviiincvs in competition with best fruit tlic world. At local dcnlcrs. Wafch for tfio-U. C. ]5rftntl on the Box. the LocVport, James Saunders killed sister-in-law, Mrs.'. George Saundcrs, .in her home six o'clock this morning hy blojrag off top of her head with a gun; He then walked over to his brother, Tom Saunders' house, and cut his own throat. He was taken to Selkirk hospital, and will recover. The.latnily has a trace ol Indian blood and Mrs. Saunders was highly respected. The tragedy developed Irorn. a quarrel over the property. Jira had been drinking at a blind pig across the Red river flrid threat- ened the woman last nighi.' Quebec, Quc., Oct. list of In- vilationi to the Bdrden to .be held here on: October 20, contains tho names of. all Ibe Federal ministers, presidents of the railway com- panies which have access to Quebec, and of Sir Wjilrid Laurlfr, leader ot :he opltocltlbh. XttempU are being uade" IB Influenttal circles to induce Sir Lomsr Opujn to'attend that func- tion In order to make It of a non-pol- Itfcal and non-partisan' character IWL mm NVITE LAURIER TO BANQUET TO An map ot the 'world s being .undertaken' Ihe Interna- tional congress, which is also especially Interested in polar ex: ploraUon. NOIDENT WHICH REMOVES MUCH OF SERIOUSNESS OF RECENT POLITICAL DIS- PUTE Berlic, Oct. Ernest Au- gust, of Cumberland, returned' here today ar.d rejoined his wife, the I'rio- ctss Victoria who has been staring with the Ernpreis, her moth- er, while recovering recent indisposition. The; re-imiim ol the prince and regarded hete as a dcrmltc sign that the recent trouble ovrr the succession to ihe throne of the Duchess ol lir'inswlck was rather a controversy between the imperial chancellor, Or'. Von Bsth- mann-Holhveg, and liis advisers, than ticlwcrii the Hohenzollern and Ouelpii irought- to the hospital at Fertile for Owing to the drastic measures adopted hy the city police, Fernie has ieen rid oE many objcctioaal cbarac- eis. THREE WOMEN TESTIFY; To the Merit of Lydia E. Pink; ham'i Vegetable pound during Chtnge of Life. CONSTITUTIONALISTS WIN ''FOUR DAYS' FIOHT AND EXECUTE PRISONERS 'Laredo, Tex., Oct. Gen- era! 'Alvarci and his sfaH- ot 125 Icd- erit soldicis were esecuted yesterday Mexico, under orders ol .the con- sltfutlonalist according to In- Lfcrtsi'.ioa Iron telttMe sourws I bibaght here todif.. With citf ol .T6ueoo, the captured prac- litally all ol the 'arras and attlllcir. The battle lasted four days with heavy losses fo both sjdts. 'More than 300 -Missouri editors mthe Icss'lhan week Iron) their WHEN.YOU BUY YOUR MEAT YOU fciiCHt AS WELL BE SURE OF GET-' TIN.Q- THE "OEk JUICY. MEAT AT THE RIGHT KINO. THAT .HAS MADE OUR TRY THIS r. OSCE. TftlAL'WILL MAKt YOU A- REGULAR CUB- TOM.EH. V THE LEtHBRIDjSE MEAT MARKET; Ptxme 635 Jtihrv'Myfphy, Prop, Block.' shall always pnrsa Lydia E. Pinliham's Vegetable Com- pound wherever I It has.done mo so much good at Change of Life, ftnd X; it has daughter. '..'It.Mons of .the gr'andeit medicmes for men can boogtit. 1 to othen to; try ii.'.' Fcrnie, B. C., Oct. Coat a man about 4H years eld, while walfciig on the. drcat Xortliaii tracks was run over by ttie south-hoiind pas- senger train and on Saturday last. _" v- C. E. Kflelh, ot the Purchasing dcpai tfii jut, B Jill J r A.- pill ih all, lit the mechanical dfpirtmeat of thi Norttern rallwayj St.' Paul, have.bMn spending .He week In Ker- ;ole on business the Crows N'est Pass Coal Co. Mr...aml Mis.-John .Pollock hare returned (rom a three months' tour 61 the coast cities... H. J. passenger and triirtic i agtnt Great Norihern stfppinfe Irom a Irclzhl. train at Klfco .was seriously iojured and MI. 206 N. Second St., W. S., Streator, Illinoif. Philadelpliia, -r "It was at Li fe' thtt I tur n cJ to Lydi a E.' Piniham's VegeUble CompounJ, using it.M ft tonic, bujiU up my tys' tern, with beneficial SAKA UATWAKB, 1325 W. Veowgo St, I'hjlt., Sir. Frantlsco, tiava taken Lydia E. Pmkham'a Vegetable Com- pound, for many years whenever I would bad. ,1 have gone through the Change of Ltie without any troubles. and than 1: the Compound for it-. I tK-' ommend it ib young to worsen of all C. BAKK1B, 9052 23th SL, Stn of El v Vegetable nude rxla jmd herbs, la If ron Tint Sftdil U ke MiveiH ;