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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Tuesday, February Number 40. AGRICULTURE COURSE OPENS Hon. Duncan Marshall Gave Address At Opening The school of agriculture opened this-, morning in the auditorium of the Central School, with a good num- ber of students in attendance. H.A. Craig, superintendent of fairs and in- stitutes for the province, as chairman called upon Hon. Duncan Marshall, the minister of agriculture, for a few remarks, in opening the Mr. Marshall said that the government was endeavoring by means of these schools to bring agricultural instruc- tion nearer to the farmer. The far- mer attends them and learns some- thing. Then he goes back to his farm to get the benefit of his knowledge. There are lots of people coming to this country from cities and other countries who are not familiar with TO DEVOTE FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR GET COUNTED Quite a large number of peo- pie have been missed in the census-taking. All such should rcoort to the city police sta- tion tlie fact and get themsel- ves counted. Help boost Leth- bridge. 3> 3> GOLDWIN SMITH WILL NOT RECOVER Shock Of His Accident Too Great For the Aged Publicist Toronto, Feb. Gold- win Smith has rallied as well as could be expected from the shock of a fractured thigh bono, it would seem that this injury to one in his advanc- the best method of farming here. By j ed years must be regarded as neces- means of these schools they should sadly serious. His physicians have decided not to set the broken bone, as it would not knit. This is re- garded as tantamount to saying that aged writer and philosopher may nev- er again leave bed alive and. how long he can withstand the shock and de- pressing effect of this injury is sub- ject for surmise only. be able to learn much cheaper than by experience. Mr. Marshall gave the local 13oard of Trade credit for their energy in bringing the agricultural resources of the country so prominently before so many of the American people and stated that the energy they had dis- played in this line, backed by the farmers of the district was largely the reason why the department had placed this agriculture school here. There will be two other schools in the provinces this year, both of which are in the north. The school then opened with W. C. McKillican, of the Dominion Seed Department, Calgary, Riving a lecture on fall wheat. He was followed by W. H. Fairficld, Superintendent of the Experimental Farm at Lethbridge, on the same subject. Lectures will begin promptly at 9 a.m. in the Auditorium of the Cen- tral School. ALDERMEN TAKE IT SERIOUSLY Object To Buckeye Advert- isements and "Dads Council" COUNCIL WILL SELL NORTH HALF OF AGRICUL- TURAL GROUNDS- MILK SUPPLY TO BE TESTED The regular meeting of the