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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY ITERALD FRIDaV, OCTOBER 18, 1^18 LOCAL BUSINESS IS DISSATISFIED WITH QUARANTIN Ask Provincial Health Board to Reconsider-Want Right to Issue Permits. A special meelliiK of the liealtli �board and the board ot trade was culled at the city hall this raorniny. to consider the drastic steps taken by the | provincial health board in connection tin,i; at a huiiheon ot : the Board of Trade today. J tho city ,will r;>in(ni' paper-for do 'slruction but only if llii.i,40R, Bank clearings ciuliiii; Oct, 17lh, ivis. ?su.2�7: !!iir. .?t,;'.r.,s.S!io: de- croase, $544,ilK7. The Victor.v Loan was oiulorscd and onslih-c US OF m DUKE'S MEDALS Kxcciler.cy. t'lc- Duke of Dev-� governor-u'tMorat of Canndii. ; The Cardsion Board of Tradt^ si'iu i every mombor ni'^t'd to put forth ov-|a telegram to the local board srntingi ery effort to make it ii success, ; ihiii tlic raihvay is not livin;? up lo ihoj i^riier of tlio c'oiiiniission. n-g.iriliii.g' rrain 5e:-vicr. The secretary reported| itiiat t!io matter luul already tiecu tjik-i ; 01! up with tlie superintendent and will' I forward his assurance that the ser-i �vice as ordered will be hi force tomoi-I row. Tiicrc was some disciis.-iiou aiiou;. -the (HMulition of some of the roLids j 'loading into -Lethbridge. .-M the in- . vi!,-.tion of the board, R. J. tlordon,, , I district surveyor, was nresent to talk '"-^ .Roucrously doiuucd twenty-livo j iiho matrer over, Nearly all the roads ^^T�.^- KIRKB Y'S 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Food Board License No, 5-2386. .\f.v York. Oct. IS.-Douglas Fair-' banks went over the top" here yes-terday. when he completod. iu au aero- ' batic tour of the city, the S5.U00.000 At a meeting of ihe citizens called ! fourth Liberty Loan c|uota he had by the mayor and held in the council' set for himself. chamber today to consider the recent! Fairbanks' first appearance was on quarantine order affecting the city of'the steps of the sub-treasury where  Lethbridge respecting the alleged epi-� bankers. b:-oker? ar.d less wealthy citi-i demic ef influenza it was the unaai-' zens uns.vored his appeal with sub-: mousi opinion ol all present that ow-' scripiions tcralling S2.250.000. Jhis ing to the small number of cases in ' took just a little more, than two min-i the city it does not seem right that � "les. N this city should be quarantined and � Than he toured Fifth Avenue, head-that the order Is presumptions and un-; ed by a detail of fifty mounted po-j warranted. , licemen who aided him in collecting Local medical health ofJicers see' an avalanche of subscrip'tion cards. bo r�a�on for such drastic'measures! One stop at the John Wannamaker and the ciUzens object strongly i store netted ?250.000. against the same and think that the ^ order should be at once removed, and that the local health officer is quite. able to cope with the situation. W. D. L. HARDIE. Major. The ruling does not effect the mails, Postmaster Sargent informed the Her-j aid this morning. J The annual convention of the school i teachers of the Lethbridge and Mac-1 leod inspectorates will be held in I I.*thbridge on Thursday and Friday,! -Vovember 7th and Sth. The program arranged is as follows: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH 9.30 A.M. Registration-9.30-10.00 a.m. "0 Can-ada." Invocation-Rev. C. E. Cragg. President's address-W. J. Low, Prin. Card3ton School. Secondary Section- , Correlation ot Grammar and Composi- \' tion. in Uie Public Schools-Miss J. R. ' Freel, Taber. Primary Section-Class , in Nature Study, "Life History of a Caterpillar"-Mrs. Irene Stevenson, Pincher Creek. 2 P.M. Patriotic Song-"For the Glory of the Grand Old Flag'-Miss Marraret j Smith's class. Address-"From Ypres i to Verdun''-W. A. Buchanan. .M.P.: Public school section-Special Classes : in Rural Schools-D. O. Wight, Cards- j ton. High School Section-Value of' Debating and Public Speaking in the [ High School-Owen Williams, B.A., i Prin. Claresholm Schools. Address-  "Education and Citizenship"-G. Fred I .McNally, M.A., Supt. ot Education in! Alberta. i 8 P.M. Address-"The Meaning ot Educa-, tion"-G. Fred McXally, M.A., Supt. of I Education in Alberta. | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 9.30 A.M. Hot Lunchtes In Rural Schools-Miss Afton Snow, Sterling. Supervision ot Play in the Public Schools-Miss Nan I Sykes, Cardston. Patriotic Song-Miss j Margaret Smith's Class. Address - I "The Heasurement of Intelligence"-; G. Fred McNally, M.A., Supt. of Education in Alb rta. 2 P.M. Teiachers' Meetings - Robert .1. Gould, Prin. Taber Schools. Resolutions and Election of Officers. Teachers desiring,nolutions to special difficulties ma/ send the same to Inspector Morgan, Lethbridge, not later than 'November 7th. Teachers should get a certificate of attendance from the secretary, which i must be attached to the terra return, \ so that the school district may secure i the grant for the two days. The railways -nill not grant a special rate to the convention. Those who come hy rail .should buy a regular return ticket. X billeting committee will be appointed to secure accommodation for delogateB.   J. A. Davidson, Lethbridge, is the iccretary for the convention. SALE Our stock Is far too large for our present needs and wit'h new shipments of goods arriving daily we^ust reduce our stock at once. This sale affords you the best opportunity of the season to secure a complete winter outfit all greatly reduced prices. EVERYTHING CUT TO ABSOLUTE COST. Regular Price ?7.00. Roducod Price, per pair ................ NOTICE THIS! 500 pairs of Men's Dress and Work Shoes on display. Never before shoe savings like these. ONE LOT MEN'S FINE BOX CALF SHOES Regular price ?.[i.50. lltduted Q 7 C Price, per pair ................... 0*1 0 ONE LOT MEN'S FINE TAN BUTTON SHOES 4.95 ONE LOT MEN'S GUNMETAL LACE SHOES R.?duced Price, per r Aft pair ............................. O.UU ONE LOT MEN'S FINE GUN-METAL LEATHER SHOES Makes a \p.ry nice dress shoe. Regular price .$7.50, Reduced Price, r lie pair .......................,...... D�^J Dress Shirts Our stock conipri.se.-i a largr> range fif :\lrn'B Dres.s Shirts and many iK-autiful pa'-tern.s to choose from. All at 25^< Off Men's and Young s at prices that enable ycu. to par-chase two suits for the price of one. . Our .?uits aff of l.hf- finest mid beat quality and worknvinsliip. We ran fit ;.oii largo or :;inall. tali or thin, in any golor and size at $12^.75, $16.50, $19.25, $24-75, $28.50. Boys' Suits - Wo have a .splendid rang? ni \myf:' suits in all colors and in sizi'S ran-iii^ from 26-;!4. $7.50 values reduced to . $5.50 $10.50 values reduced to . $7.50 $12/50 values reduced to . $8.95 UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, SOCKS, MlTTS, GLOVES, ETC, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES During Sale No Goods on Approval No Goods Exchanged. Overpoats We have a large range of Ulsters and Overcoats, including the sdason's newest items at surprisingly reduced prices. Don't buy before looking these over ihoroush-ly. Men's Pants A splendid line 'of Men's Work Pants reduced to, per pair,$2.25. DRESS TROUSERS .Ml .Ktyles and sizes. Reduced Prices- $2.75, $3.25, $3.45, $3.95 and $4.50 per pair. Men's Caps Ail colors and'Hizos. Selling at, each- 75c, $1.45 and $1.75 Work Shirts 25% Off 210 FIFTH STREET SOUTH NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL i ;