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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tf the Gruinj Rejuli for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. of Domini lor purposes )M in tkat pottioB of ttw of Alberta, lying South of Town- M la tfce Southwestern per- of ot S DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN- AND SUROEON LETHBRIDOE Block. it> noon; to i.; p. 1S2 DR.C.C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON Drug 125. 9 to IX a.m., 1.30 to 4-30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. be for a period not 21 years, ami no leoseshaft greater area 'than lOO.GOd leased are not subject to entry or but the of the Interior may cancel a or any portion thereof lessee two years' aot- Tte rectal chargeable is two its par, acre per annum. A lease granted an applicant un- one head of ca-MJe of fltoeep for 60 acres for, and laeaee sfcall Mock 90 as to in pos- Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burdett. Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. 2.BO to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. W..t GALBRAITfl, M.O'.CM.'xNc6ilD SUKGEON ACOOUCHKR Kedpath St. Phone 53 9 a.m., p.m In Favor of a New City Hall The newly organised Ratepayers' Association met in tl.e council cham- ber last night to complete the work of organizing and for the election of the permanent officers. Aid. E. A. Cunningham was ap- pointed to the chair and in a neat little speech declared himself to beia sympathy with any organization cal- culated to brinff the public and the council closer, and expressed the hope The secretary was asked to com- municate with the Citizen's Lsagco at Calgary and procure a copy of their bylaws for consideration at the uext meeting. The following were elected: President, David King. Vice-president. Howard Case. Secretary, J. L. Calder. Treasurer, John Brodie. UNIVERSITY WILL OPEN NEXT FALL Edmonton, April the formal opening addresses to. the universiy senate by Dr. Ruth- erford and Dr. Tory, president of tha university, Dr. Rutherford mentioned that 258 acres of land had pur- Barclay, Bueh- j chased for that good would result from the for- mation of a Citizen's League. believed that something would unan, Stafford, Daniels, He JAdam Withers, be Matchett, the He accomplished if undue criticism not made. In Mr. Cunningham's opinion there University site at estimated the land Hagell and j was now worth at least jlle pointed out that the government At the conclusion of tha organiza- j had made a provision for the running tiou Aid. Cunningham gave a detail-; expenses of the university by grant- ed account of the condition of the ing twenty per cent of the taxes un- at end of three years of j DcYeber CampbdJ of cattle or five of for 20 koied, and artock in propor- of the Physicians and Ott block. Tbone US. should be no closed committee meet- j fire department ami of the intended j der .the corporations taxations act, He asked for the co-! also twenty per oent. of the income operation of the citizens along the educational tax.- He stat- liiie arid hoped they would look fav- ed" this should be sufficient for the orably upon the bylaw u-hen it came present to meet the running expeoses bofore them. 'of the university, and that the gov- One feature hi connection with the eminent would probably assist to- new fire hall mentioned by Mr. Gun- wards providing for a building at a aingham met with the hearty appro-j later date. It was decided to offer val of the meeting, viz., providing (courses leading to the degree of B-A. ings. The people should know all the details of municipal work. Howard Case was after the scalps of those who are chronic hard "kick- on the streets but who had no- thing to say at a meeting where grievances should be aired. Jle also found fault with tao training the Lord ifayor gave his sen who pre- tttfe tor. permitted OB only of the tracts refer- l to. A BMP showing sheep may be secured on to thft Secretary f the of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COBY. the Minister Interior. publication of -will not be patd WE WAN A. reliable local salesman for Leth- bridge and adjoining country to represent j Canada's Greatest Nurseries i list of hardy varieties, tho- tested and recommended "by the Western experimental sta- tions at Brandon and Indian Head; A permanent sitnation for the right for vhom territory will "be re-1 Pay weekly; free eqnip- j specially designed for ires tern agents. Write for particnlars. STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) TORONTO OSTAEIO A PECULJAR ACCIDENT accident occurred yesterday afternoon at McDougaU's camp on the Grand Trunk Pacific north of Dry den. Blasting operations were in progress near the lake .when a piece of rock drtrnck through a tent a. quarter of mile away injuring two men, one quite seriously. Drs. McClure Stewart SURGEON DEITTISTS D. Higinbotkam's ne-w block. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to o p.m. DJL 0. j. COURTICE ...DENTIST. Successor to Dr. Jackson Office In Hotel Coaldale, Eoom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. sumtuouslv called the League a [accommodation for the brigade, j in arts and a course 01 B. Se. in "fledgeling." He .expected to behold would tend to increase its effi-' practical science. it as a strong bird. This; same young- j ciency. This made it necessary that onofac ster spoke disrespectfully of the j Asked as to whether the gymnas- ujty should be organized, and it was "knockers" who attended the nrsiiiutn and amusement hall provided Decided to organize a faculty to be meeting. j for the firemen would take the place, known as the faculty of arts and In his inauguration address Davi i j of a general -club room which is at' King explained that he had started the movement, because he had beeu asked to take "kicics" to the council, and laid down as his first rule that ho. private matter or individual spite could be brought before the associa- tion. V'" present being spoken of, Mr. Gun-j Mr johu A. Macdougall was ap- mnghain said that the tire ball equip {pointed honorary treasurer of the un- meat would not embrace or conflict jiversity senate, and on accepting gen-j with such, a scheme on the part of j erousiy donated the sum of of-j Thc firemcn fered as scholarships for students en-i He hoped all would take a proper i view of the aims of the league and the city as a whole, however, would be at liberty to vita their friends. The matter'of a public hall for the city was mentioned by several ot W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc." SOUTHARD BLOCK to Lend on. Town and Farm Property C. F. HARKIS XT __-r, tr Bamrter, Advocate, Notary Public thus help it to be a- help to the coun- j those present. cil. He asked for the cooperation of! As a result Howard Case gave no- all that the work might be conduct- tice of a motion to be brought, ed in a straight forward, manly way. The fee to become a member of the league was fixed at one dollar. After soms- discussion, as to a name for the organization it was decided that it should be called "The Leth- ge Ratepayers' Association." next- meeting to the1 effect that a. res- olution be passed asking the council to consider the matter a view to securing such a hall. in- tering the university. Hon. 3tr. Rutherford also offered a scholarship of for a similar pur- pose, the scholarships to be open to the scholars :oi whole province. 'To this amount the senate added the sum of S200. The whole -was left to the executive committee to ar- The executive committee met j and decided to offer for the i The next meeting of the League year four scholarships of will be held on April 15th, unless ;each> open to students of the whole j otherwise notified through the press. and to offer next year four. Additional scholarships of the same HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surreyors W. L. Wilson RAILWAYMEN HOLD GRAND BALL Charest, C. Beaitie, A. A. Gilbert, E Douglas, "F.'M. Gordon, J. Dr. Tory took the occasion ai'so to F. Green. j G. M. Moore, chairman. M. Hendricks, secretary. The special committees -were: I L., H- Prince, D. J I McCauley, M. A. Dennison. I McKsy, rH. Prince, E. W. Barclay, f .Moore. M. 'ricks. F. Delay. WESTERN ALBERTA RAILWAY Otta-wa, Ont., April third trading has been given to bills of Mr. McPherson of Vancouver, res- the Pacific Coast Fire Insur- Bnd the Western Al- company fcerta railway. A LONG WALK Peterboro, Ont., April Hartley, Peterboro's famous walker, wiys he -will this summer make an attempt to walk from Toronto to Hamilton, a distance of thirty-nine miles in six hours and thus break the record. LICENSED AUCTIOSTEER. Lethbridge. Atta. Besidenoa Cor, Ford and G-lya Applications for may be made irt Tie Herald Office. Akosi One Hundred Couples Enjoyed the Heasant Function [announce that Dr. Rufherfqrd, v.-ho j had already done so much for., the un- i ivcrsity. had agreed to furnish the at his own expense with a A. complete set of works "by Canadian authors. This will be a very valu- J. L. iable contribution to the University, jand the province.-aa a whole. Hend- 1 The question of the date of open- jing classes was then discussed, and Tory. explained that he had CATC- 1 fully studied the situation in the pro !vince and had to Delicve j would be for tha dasses in ScPtember- E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. -Johnston's StxDre) Fur Overcoats reliued from S10.00 Suits cleaned and pressed 1.25 Pants 25 Your own goods made into smts from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. B.C. Funoral Director and Embalmer GEO STAIRS DEAD Halifax, April Stairs. managing 'director of the Consumers' Cordage company and one of the lead- ing business men of the city, died j 80me ways he would prcfcr thitt suddenly today in the office of theishould vrait a yoar before Eoyal Securities Corporation, while classes' the circumstance his nephew, children. His wife (From Thursday's Daily.) The Grand Ball given last night in Oliver's Hall by the Crow's Nest Lodge 785, Brotherhood of Kailroad SMITH IS DEAD Trainmen was as highly successful Parsboro, Jf. B., April _ as was anticipated. Success crowned' Smith, who shot James Rector in hisjj He leaves to warrant our cessary step forward, and he would died fourteen the. efforts of the railway men, in every particular, and their patrons butcher shop the other day -and wounded himself died today. He was recommend that classes would be op- iened in September next. After some discussion it was decided by the sen- iate to open the university for class- jes in September of the present year. decided to accept the offer had been made by the school board of the city of Strathcona for were' greatly pleased with the func- 23 years of age and went insane just j the of their est end school build tion from beginning to end. The before the shooting. i ing- for university purposes for the ORDERS OF SEED GRAIN Not to Presbyterian Church. Office Pkone 102. Won Title From Hackensmidt b Strenuous Wrestling Match Chicago, April 4. Hackenschmidt-., the wrestler entered the ring at 10.40. -Gotch folowed three minutes later. -One hour after the start nothing ap- proaching a hold had been gained by either of the men. Fifteen minutes more of tiresome work folowed. Then Hack suddenly attacked with fury Gotch wriggled away and to shoulder tactics began again. Gotch '3 defense puzzled Hack. After an hour and three-quarters of fruitless attempts to get a hold at his -straightened up and looked at his opponent with disgust written in