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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PagreS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A Woman's Idea oi resents Is ristmas We have a-eorhplete stock "of Fancy ,J Limoges Dishes, quaint Japanese Ware, Gut Glass, Bfassware, Dinner- ware and Novelties, any of which will gladden the Wegput pack carefully all V: presents -usiBefore deciding lh MINISTER JBF EDUCATION SPEAKS ON UNIVERSITY FrJdny. December Hon. C Explains tk Provisions''of the Bai-Miehinery for the Organization "i of the Pro- vincial Institution .-In oving the-second reading.'of. an Po.wer.. to deal with these Tip JMIES FAX CONCERT CO. FAX WHO MADE PEOHL-E LAUGH Now is the time e .jour BEST JTLMS ii British Colonial PliotograpMc Act respecting the University ,of -Al fierta, Hon. c. R. Mitchell spoke as follows in the legislature: .1 -beg to make second reading of.-a' Bill .respecting the University'of 'Alberta, connection I say'-fbabtbis-'is probably one of the most important Bills that will come oerore the .Legislature at this ses- sion, in that it will provide a new system for' the government" of the State University. You are' all aware that the university has been in op- eration for some time'now. It has not as yet reached the dignity when lease them, or, if-necessary, to" sell, but in each case, before the Board of Governors can deal w.ith that prop- erty it Willie necessary, for them1 to 'potain of the .Government of the t think that is a proper provision. ;-inasmuch--as- the univer- sity-is a State university, and win'be a-epencteat upon the Legislature for the funds that they receive, it seems to me desirable the Lieutenant- Governor-in Council should have the tinal word as to whether or not the assets of. the university should be Pledged or disposed ot. Provision is ade specifically in the Bill for vest- ng the property in the Gov- Tinder the 'auspices' of- the Garbutt Business College; Seats on Sale at Red Cross Drug Book Co. 75c and t-ean claim to have graduated a class six. a 'arts, pioachinsr but the time is fast ap- As I said, the Board of governors will be appoint- f viw when the tirst .graduation ed by .the Lieutenant-Governor in will.be sent out to the world find the importance of having the I- ;work of the university carried on un 'der the most favorable circumstances is .every day becoming more apparent Universities are, being es- tablished 'in other parts of -Western, f Tonight's meeting of .the and J think tJiecprb.virrce of j promises to be'the largest should see, to it that-in'so far f II -t-ViX rt.fr i "u 11 -__ e T-te-T _4 i The Senate be -very seekin much larger than, the present Senate" and will be very much more representative of the various educa- tional interest of the Province. The associations which are'.sow' such the 'dentists, the medical -men, surveyors, .and other associations of that in-the locsi hall, the main .event-as provision .can be made i the erenin en -by1 that'__________v night. The which, the unf- yersuy, prescribe-, their -examina- -tions and-, to "examine the 'papers, ,so way the various incor- and societies who NEWS FROM day's meeting, each member is vrhat the'- other BIG DE Tne not "'suffi- y to the .specific func- i JAlvin Sharp :ls- Stead after, working ;Uine. the little Mrs. .House, has with. croup for a few daysf '.-yfc: spending! 'days of the 'respective bodies prpv- as I'oiiows: iiarrow, come thoroughly and "up- for ia the Bill: probably ample associates, -at Theatre, to be -will on Tuesday.. December a3. stead-r >that ows: wJl which play SUNKJN colLrsiON a of the performance will .be avoided" most giver is to fe found are carrylngxm the work irrthis iiu. closely related to the educatioiial of the. Province will- representation on the Senate. faculty of sity represented on the Sen- ana. .rightly so, because pro-. per-.tha'f tne mem-bers who compose the "Senate should nave the advice and assistance -of .the President-and mem-Vv of the faculties. There will al- f so -be representation given to .certain members to be elected, by; Mr. .Richard Hineix Ancl his local associates in a series of farce comedies, one night only TUESDAY. Dec. 13th. ENTITLED j "April Tools55 Cast as follows: Peter Dunbrown .R. Hincfrs James Smith.. F. Waddingron Joseph Smith-. ;L. L. Asfluiti TO I [Low Bound trip Fares ST. MINNEAPOLIS, V Wit ,-Mr. Ciiakwater R.: Hincks .-Mrs. Miss Grace McLeo d Baggage L. A'sqnith-- Robinson.-, Siric'ks L. Captain Amanthis G. Mcteod Susan. Maryr.'Hings Annie -Babicqmb ____ Kings ieniie" Lord Lqyeli; ..L. Mant Kingtorne ..R. -Hincks Kitty Miss Marr Kings Prices. TfcketVon sale months Apply to Agent for CANADIAN as convocation is meant'an. association composed of graduates "of other universities.- The deans of fac- taere are.-deans appoint- an_ also. be represented In the -Senate, so that this Sen- Jaie will be a fairly large be representative--or almost ev- :fphase of educational interests in jRrovince. The Principal of the Frpvincial formal School will have a Board, and in that way it that the Senate will" be able to deal with the purely educa- tional side of the institution, and will not be hampered or any way with, dealing -with the financial aspect of the affairs of "the sity. In that way it is anticipated tnat very much more and better "work will be done, and the interests of the -ui-j versity as a whole will >be more amply -safeguarded. There is also power j given for the raising of money under .certain conditions. There are several