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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALftUITA. MONDAY. DallrHMaU Priatiaf to late ol a .broad of whicfttioa plaiiaftd U, to gratiSed by of iU to t claws of the coiuujuaity, cootrolkd u representative body of nttu or chosen from" every part of the pro and in att economical way upon fwuU ac- quired other wise than from tka fun- eral IMW provincial varaity, a "farmers' university" aa much as the lawyer's or doctor's, pro nalaag wall to attain the ideal of oantury standanls. HUN'S NT MUE Tl ttK. i of Mkrry B wy OUK POINT Of VIEW the 1 U U to do k wiU Of tMHlW. they puo to bj ilut they jjw out ol THE TAX PAYER UMlVfRtMTY With CKristniAJi sftasou will the term of the new Provincial tjniyersity; institution ,that. with The advance of population to for north is indicated by the liKhmeot of a newspaper at Athabas ca Landing. It only a few that the Edittoflton Bulletin had the entire northern fleld to itself. Tb- fiRy there ui-e at least five newspa- pers catering "to the BuHotta's old ter ritory. It will not be long xintil there are newspapers at Peace River Car of should" U attaodotl w __ ao to kklner tfOtt1 Kkirwy Pilk you in way they thouaanda ol 0. Wamtn, "J trouUwi witk wy tha in its foundation promises to be-one of notable, Crow ing i nd Fort A man numetl Krikevsty is a candi- but they did MM no for 1 tfcmk ol A fmud fcoU Tkis was doubtless tha- bt AlDerta Government in founding it: to elected i nothing could be too good for Albertalf5 most of the year try.ng to WLdoubtedly events develop! each tho to .pronounce it would seem- the University ms name- wiU.be all it was planned to be. Unhampered as this Government al- ma DoauV taking two boxaa, I cot troubled v; Price SrfJ par box, orS for all or direct oo raompt ol i T. Co., Out r SUGAR II he South Alberta (lumber CoAtd PIOrUSIONAL CARDS If On Track Today Ite krtej Co, lit ways has beeru by any slavishness'tc it is well that the seme vif orotts independence and considera- tion for 'existing condiyons are to be in the management of tie Uni- versity. In the small beginnings of a first which were greater however than 'Harvard or McGill or Toronto knew--a department of science was es and this is to be broadened A miin dropped dead at a Banquets make people awiully 'tired, but this is -the where one caused a man's death. _ A week from today it be the duty of the ratepayers to elect wi.sej and progressive rnon to sit at'the council board. LOT. M! m him M tb LM> to V tbi The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd i 10 acrctiii Fruit in'B.C. to timdt? or I to tell on crop payiueut pUii Lethbrklge Property we either buy or soil Uterti tatty Ce. 225 i Lcthbridgc New Dayton from year to year as the arises, every provision -for the var- ious tranches ,ot science upba which all bur industries, v coniniercial and agricultural, are radically based. In the case of Dr. Tory, the right- hand man of McGill's in all works of organization, Alberta secur- ed a University president thoroughly Canadian and in touch with Canadian conditions and needs. Energetic, in- dependent and enthusiastic Dr. Tory was exactly the man to take hold of the raw material in young province FBOM ONTARIO As usual, the lawyers nu- merous in the Ontario delegation that haJs beea elected to sit in the Raymond, Dec. mistake: WM made in the Herald 8. uader Uve Raymond news head of 2 the of Mrl Carter.-It ought to have been. James Carter in- stead of Alma. Carter. The Social thut was given by the Board of Trade" last evening was quite successful. There waa.not a large crowd present but'a good time was had by all. Mr. Marshall, night engineer of the Kuight; Sugar leaves today 1 for Idaho. Itr and ifrs. C. A- Curtis entertain ed 3Ir. Brown, the school inspector Thursday evening. A number ofj young, people were present and a good mi Hisses SUesAl GQW Dominion Parlianieut. The elect represent the following avocations: Lawyers, Boyte, Borden, Crothers, 3kTiddIeboro, Barker, _Xorthrupr Por- ter, Lancaster, Bristol, Mac- donell, Sharpe, Sutherland, Clarke, Pardee, HcColl, McGiycrin, Laurier, Mclntj're, Froulx, Smith] _ F. German 'Between Sage's and Roy'i by all. Cameron entertained Mr. Brown at dinner. >tiss Thompson, of Prove, -Utah, is spending Sunday with Cauioron. Magfath of promise, to blaze, out new trails j Guthrie, _A .meeting-; of the irate payers of and to roily- around him young men worth. equally energetic and brilliant. Such a man has a full grasp of what needs of the West may be met "by Univer- sity, and in his programme of devel- opment will "overlook no vital part of the province's growth. :He knows Barr, Spronle, Chis- holm, Bankin, Edwards.- Lu'mbarmen: Donnelly, -Arthurs, White. Chew, McCall.. Farmers: Brodcr, Bison, Armstrong, Maclean (South that -Alberta does not need; a Cam- Schell, Sexsraith. Magrath was held iu the Assembly Hall last Thursday evening. _.. It is p'rdbibie that there will-be no eon- test this electio'.i.- -The following were chosen for noutination on Mon day. Chris. Jensen, mayor; lors, D. H. Binghani, J. B. Eirie-and Al'vin' School Trustees, P. G- bridge, Trinity or but a practical institution balanced course of as much utility to the far- mer as the professional man. White Alberta's need for highways and railroads seems still so pressing and so necessary there have been some individual protests made against the''expenditure necessitated by a university. For people who are averse to progress or unaware of the Agents: Sealey, HcCoig, Manufacturers: Armstrong, Tho- burn, Taylor, Owen Russell Clare, Paterson, Harris, Tolmie, Gor- don BTarty, Culvert, Mar- shall. Promoters: Currie, Hughes. Newspapermen: Graham, Maclean (South McLean. {S. Stratton. McMillan, j Clark, Fred Turner and .W. Evans Mr. Patching has moved from Ta our collection of NOVELTIES A big consign meat of im- just opened. GhovSam 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings Oft. W. QALMAITH M4 Eedpftiii Si. HOURS: Belore "f PhoM tf 74 OR. J. E. LOVERINQ Graduate of McOUl Uuivewity, Office in Odd Fellow's Block, eor- iier Rouiid an4 Dufferiu Office Hours: days, till 9 a.m. From 11 to 1 to 5; 7 to 8. 11 1.30 to "2.30; 6 to. 8. Day and Night-No. 341. OR. O. J. COURTICE b fcci Ibikd RODGERS YOUNG Sale SuMcs WMd Str ol Northwestern Chicafo, III, Ofiee to U; i to 6. I and 2. Macdonaid Block OR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Graduuu- of Clevelaod Ohio. BLOC' Hall at o'clock. Visiting brethren are cortiinlly invited. S.'G. DAVIES, W.P 24-Jy T J. WHITE, W. S tton Fresh Oysters At the klberta Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 ITHEY ALL AGREE j 'TIS BEST FOR MEJ to drink AlhrrVa's Pride if we wantj j to be healthy, happy -vrisc. The i I wisdom lies in drinking only a brew-! led boor, sufficiently "layered" to I give gooi red corpuscles to blood j Financial Agents. of the imbibor. First, last and all j Brokers. the time, drink Lethbridge beer. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital months. Tickets issncd in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to months from date of issue. finest Equipment. Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist on all Through Trains 2 Eiprcss Trains Daily LETHBRIMf. BREWING A MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Fiscal Agents for Royal CoHkrks Ltd THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" "Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connecting at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest G.P.R. Agent for full information. L, JOHNSTONE Barrister Micit Office Pnion Daua HEAD B. C. LETMBRIDGE LOUut ft> C. B. P. O. E. MeeU OB the second Taesdaj of each month ai 3.16 p.m. E. A. SEARMAN. M. PRIEST E. R. fecretor? Lodge Pride of Alberto, No. 29H SM if EnfMlneflt Snet) in the Kniftu of and tkSni Tiiirwliiy :n thf montl At always wt-l come. Walter Appfebj, FrM T. RoWfw. 8, i- BoX 57. ;