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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. P. W. TULLER i-HYSIGlAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE ^^fftcc-Over Oit'* Barber Sbop. Bonn-11:00 to 12:iiii rood; 3:00 lo 5:0i p. m ; 7:mi lo 8:30 p. a. Urrce NiKbt Beit aud iViepbon* If you want one of those $100 watches. One man wrote "send me a dozen," ancther came in bought five. Excellent timekeepers, guaranteed, ond only fl.OO. Wm. C. tiphardt Jeweler Optician T. E. Patteson OTT ; OOK Real Estate, Intvraact and ComiBJlstion Agaat DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SUHGEON Ofllce over Ilii^intrnthani's Drugstore Pkonc Oiflce 135. Houm 94. Office hours-ti) to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. School Trustees* Convention' ^)*�(^tr(ii!, with t*e dm �ctond. tjw -- JUanito. a maples vuro only usod m (fonli.i.u.d from lft.�.t wcvk.) , '""raea;' (or other trc�H. K. H. CnuuKll, Cnleary. was i, ' �' Ih. �"'Provom�,t ,f He thought .,h�t th. appoint,K�.t Of '"^ �' "''^T , J"""' cMv super.ntendonts should b., rocog-;" ^"'^^'^ *^�'�> ""t .med son.e le.rgibl�, form. Such ^ '� "^^"^^ P*^ officials could relieve th. insin-ctors i " f�f A good from tho su,>crvision of city schools. � ,7 ^''^ ^^"^^ W�l�skiwi, board is pvopo�iT.g lo i � Dr. F. H. Mewbum '^)ffice-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. HontB-Before 9 a.m., 2-8 p.m.. 1-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p...m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. N.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, 8UKQEON ACCOtrCHEB Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Dts. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. �Td**rt... " --IT--I---r---o v.- ask'the oo-o|>crntion of all the |pard are going to .��k tlx; Kovurnmiont for a grftDt. In reply to a question of Mr. Ktb tha proper time in tM growth oX: u city to appoint � superintendent, to assist tlio hoard,. Mr. A. Mi Scott, of Calgary, said it deijcndcd upon the disposition of the influence of i;n.?s. 'I'liu irjueiitioii was askcid as to what (ii.slanci! from tho school building the block of trew should be planted, and >lr. MitcheU replied that thirty j-arris was the usual distance. 'In answer to a question refrording the Russian Poplar, Mr. Miitcbell stutod that the Russian Poplar wm nut a \iiry desirable class of tree for school grounds, an it had a MibH of throwing iip roots, e.xcopt in a place the ratcpoj-ers and j soil was very sandy, the appointoa. Gcn-I a gentleman froui Olds suckers ^.Irom the whore the erally apctaking a city should have ot least twenty-five teachers before �tigagfng a city superiDt�adcnt. The premier, who had enterod the hall during the discussion, was in - told Mi-. Mitchell of ihe dilHculty he bad experienced with the Manitoba maples freezing back - in winter, and astod for a remedy; The speaker replied that \vhs.'n there bad boon a good vitod to a seat on the platform. He deal of rainfall in the 8urain*or. tbe said he was delighted to recwiye the i growth of the jnap;es was carried on sugg��tioii of Mr. Fleetwood a tew jlate into the fall, and tho frort DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. � Full particulars on application. Grocer Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Ohicai-o. months ago to ca,'l a cdnvrontibn of the truaUvs for ho felt the conv-en-tion could give Valuable aid'to U>c government. Referring to the granttt to city and rural schools the prem- cauglit ifho trees before they were able to stand it. The difllculty could be overcome by making; the rounds of trees during August, and cutting off ends of the shoots. This would ior assured tho delegates that there ' force the tree to strengthen its wood would be no dinunution'^of grants to and outer bark. Essentials of good bread are just three-common sense, a good oven and Purity Flpur. Produced entirdy from the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat. That's why Purity Flour makes 'St delicious bread with least trouble. mobi Sold EtTerywhe^rn In The Great Dominion WESTERN CANADA FLCUB MILLS CO ; LImltsd Mill* at Winnloav. Oocierich and Orandon To lavMtigatt CobMac. Offiee-Ott Block, Drs. McClure & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS � � Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Brand Rins ap 108 When you want. W. C. SIMMONS Advocats, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - 80UTHABD BLOCK IConay to Lend on Town and Farm Property- rural schools, but thai the government were open to entontain gituits for the legitimate expansion of the city school program, Ho statetdthat At the conclusion of the addroes, Siipcrintondfiit McCaig spoke in fai {vor of increase of areas for school promises, and for special grantsfrom important legislation, wou'd to in - , the government for the improvement tro^lucod this session involving a 'of the premises. liberal support to secondary Icfgis - Sujit. McCaig opened the discussion lation. iipon the provincial university ques- strpngly university The two The c'oasolidation of rural schools tion, and advocated very was taken up by Mr. Spajulding, of Pop,lar ^Lako. Consolidation be the esiablishnHnt' of the as a working institution. claimed, aimed at greater offlciency ! chairs pf most importance would be r. T. BREWER 7�neral Diroctor and Embalmer XiETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA Done promptly and satisfiautorily. JOHN BROOIE (E SURE YOUR HORSE FEEOJ WELt For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on . . Dr.F.W.J. Johnston. Ulhbrid^e Graduate of Toronto Veterinary Col. left at Ulginbothamia Store. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying oot new townsites. Contract pu�M uu application. Office at tbe Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS. Designs for New DepaTtment anil Justice Buildings, Ottawa. EXTENSION or TIME. The time for receivings oompetiHlve "designs for ttie proposed new Die-partmental and Juatice Buildings oit Ottawa, is hereOiy extieiidod from April 1� to July 1, 1907. By order. FRKD OEUNAS. Secretary. Department of Public Works. Ottawa, January 24. 1907. Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if thay insert it without authority from the Department.  W. SHAW. Painter A Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Xelson d-cd, but ho would not announce whait thes? would be. It might be that some of them would conflict w'th tho views of th^ cohx-ention, but he promised the convention that their recommenidations would be carefully considered by the government. The Premier saiid that,tho govermncnt h�d during the past year l)een giving substantial grant.le- prganizer had accordingly been ap- nients and live stock wer� just as ' TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR- J Everything required in the construction of a Buildii ^ Lumber nnd all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your ^money to Calgary and Cranbroot Help to bnild up Lethbridge aud a lotrai industry by patronizini Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round aud Bompas Street Teleplione 153 pointed wlio had met with remark-able success *in the formation of school districts. The public or common schoiols be-ins primarily of greiuer importance than the secondary or high schJols from 175 to 200 new school districts haid been organised in the province since September, igo."!, in order to keep pace with- the growth in popu laticn and the/demands for eduoat ional facilities. It was now the in tontion of thw gpvcrnment to give, during the coming }^aar. more at tcntipn to the work in the h'gh sdiools. They were gathering all Tho present school ordinance [the information on tho matter they provided lor the ipinimum, area of could get, and they vvould like the Court SUr Of UtlibrMi(e.No. 8095 A. o.F. Meets Ui and srd Hon-tij* ia eacli mouiii a> � p. m.. In Oddfellow* Ha", aaiUid SI. VimUnir tiretb-i en cordUlly welcome. : THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M. RITCHIE. SEC. AK OLD MAiV AT ELEVEN. ^.,blcago, Jan. 10.-�A diispatchfroitli iMinneapoAs says: "James Anderson who died here >-esterday, aged e!.)/en years and 2 months, was, in thj opinion of physicians, at least sixty years old, so far as the condition of vital organs determine the age of a man. When six years oM his hair began to turn gray, his eyesight tie-fan to fall and ho walked with the deliberate care of a persoa who ia �dweed la years, As a young child be was iLxeeptkiBally bright, but his fscultka were gradually failing for lUia laat two>sani> so was littto bsttsr tliaa a porsoa in his dottaca duriflf tbe pisat few a�atlis. school grounds in 'the country to be only one acre. The minimum should >)e at ioasit two acres. In the prairie country the planting pf trees tvua tho first thing to be. con.'�idered in , the matter of beautifying grountls.Shrubs were not substantial enough, as they �-oitld be carried away by tlte wind. A block of trees should lie_ planted at least ao yards wido, especially onthij windy sides of the grounds. It was inH>os.slble, however, to do this with one aero of ground. Tho speaker stated that the Pro^ viricial Department o' Agriculture was only too pleased to meet the trustees of schools .more tiian half wajr. in tlui, matter of improving premises. He knew of only one Kchobl in th� provinoo which had a plantation of trws about its promises. Mr. Mitcholi empha-sizod th^ fact, that not only was there the improvement'feature on the planting of'with the aim. trees upon the school promisee, but there was also a valued education in cultivation to be gaini-'d. It would also lie a Sood th'ng ware the farmers tr� copy from tho school in tha improvenwnt' plan; In aa'�a'er to ft question frorm the audiciice. Mr. Mitcholi stated thit the trees lieat adapt^ for the . purposes discussed wet�'ths ash. cot-, tohwood. aim'aad lCaBitol� maple; Um ash raakiac Orst ia; villasa trustees convention to indicat��what assistance, finoincial or otherwise, would be required. A short time after A'lberta was formed iirto a province, tho prenUer stated, the need was felt, and such a school had Iwen established at Cal gary, with 73 in attendanco last fall and 40 this winter. On account of ----- the now school distWots being opened tenoc. up it was found to to a difflcult mlat-tcr to get enough trained (oachors, so that for a nuiiiber of years' it' was pro'able that Alberta would haviR to draw on the other settled important to the settler ah lumJjer. All of these things enjoy a protect tivc duty while lumber does not. The supplies which the- lumibcrnien uacd were protected but hot his product. .Under the clrcumatanoes he thought tha British Columbia lumber manufacturer was often unfairly criticized. Hon. Mr. Oliver said fh^it no one oouM exaggerate the Jmjportanco of linnber to 'the settlor. There had been recently an increase in thepriec of lumber. It had been alleged'en:l denied that thiis was due to the operation of, a coa)f>tno. If it worodua I to the operation of a coraibino it should be stopped. If it were not duo to the operation of a combine there could. no harm conw from any investigation. Therefore, the govertiment proposed to grant tho committee of investigation. Mr. Mc-Ohrthy, of Calgary, said that he hop ed the investigation would be a thorough one for he was well convinced that thc�-a was a combine in exts- E E F VIT/E are selling more beef by the 'quarter than ever l^fore. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beef now, while it is in prime condition. Imperator Hams and Bacon, Telephone 91. E E He mad stateniciits to show that nio one outside the Retail Dealers' Association couM buy from the manufacturers of British Columbia, who had an association of their own There was not the slightest doubt of the fact that there was'a combine to keep us the price and to keeii dpwn conipatition. It whs absurd to soy that the recent increase In th? price of luntber was duo to the in- J.provineos. A nyvi normol sohool building to cowt f250,000, was now in course of construction In Calgary and would probably bo ready for us* by next fall. It was tho aim of the department to ha\'o the inott up-to-date and cinciont normal school In creased freiglit. Tho C.P.ll. handled Canada, and ho thought the people moat of the lutnler and It had not in the province were in sympathy increnaed its rates. It was workin;;' for tho flcttlem and a few years ago The nijed of a provincial university had broken up a combine which ex WBS also Ijoing folt^ continued Mr, ieted, thn by thrcati^ning to e�tab-Rutherford, and durin; the first aos- linh yards of its awn if the price of slon of the legislature a university- lumber to the ssttlar was not made bill had boon passed. It would now. reasonabto. take only a few months to bring PHss fst quiek rsMsT from Dr. such an ^institution into existence If Mioop's Mafle OlatSMnt. R�mmber It wos fait to be'advlsaWe. It was Ita flsads aloNS for WIsa- and It the 'intention said Mr. Rutherford, to pla'ce the university on a taschlng' basis -at the outset ss this iMomsd ta ba.fhs desire af I'm psaiila. warks with osrtaiaiy aad satisfss -tiaa. ItehlMf. palatal, protnidiBg, or MM pliss tftsappMT ribs awfic br Hs UM. rtj It stai swt A. EASTON .& CO MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES.: AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS ^ AND DEALERS 11^ TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON I COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. ??apnoDaaDnaaDrj wssmaam, AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQlfORS AND CIOARS IN A NEW STAND .Just drop itrto my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. . - The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Albcrtti. . - ^ G BO. ;