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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i-s Merely .T. J v in r Spokane; -v iiat-pffiM s and lid r n jr. ch ildren by-; fbtae w> Klura at Mt'f w like that: Why should nine mths'' is some iDdicaiioe hie v.xr. -i-1 Hon DC lore the inatUT nuttee as hther nyajd tKeij act iye place when bilh intirod uccd day.; Lt; Dean- kiled j T u DavA- AM j hpme inissiorisr'oi It he chiirclV .to v _ tht Tihperial Company ra- reprint i this ti anV: ithc nianaf inijc r dire'ctor V raia '1 i i C. L. .V. wito dieii M iiitn hers p were: M v. TO Toronto BUI i fe crea ted rahie to OH EDUCATION Railway t wf' bc-; Ki of wort Roosevelt's' fearles v great; masses men- as "If the British ambassador ark i e; means come to the ears of "the British will well: "n I cpncwi- he had hod-in meeting himlatrMcOill yi some 'and C siiicei" tactj r his; ritpi howie ver 2 thiis hai-dDimes' Juijtice of oi aV thpagh {6i'; It with of ha gfcated; at-vtheyV riarc; a report of action did ol to; hie !a i full by -tl jfr ;that in thai fi further of and the suffering cities is from laeK AII ison'l arri ved t as an 1 to or as weire .brought iogethcr un- middle; of Ihe vkaVt ?ffj thirty.fpurtlr; street before rings con- Uhie; shell pf .tlie tube were: for bolted cpritjnubus wprk be finigheil i first :tuiinel l: of I of lie 'ihi iiths tir: yiipwHlbeing' York eity- Jaiid Brooklyn to ;i cpmiect tlie lest-' t Jie: .Tribunej Hye istock' men; to .titke; _ tho g to their 1 ;t rade' ;i it fanners pott of fairing fefc ffi _ ktftple tcafe doubled score on. the Strathcbnas laa t; time the; score" to 61 RL INQTON 'SOLD e -Arlington rHotel has bet-ii -soldi ;r Porter; and of "considr iii; the days arid closing the: deal with Clieirry gress] and Thrro i will be; in first of. the: cducationii 1 dufltrial eVliicfttion province tthis uiust dovi he public the r in as -the child's university, is 'such a is can been carriwl teiichers. The jnihlic schools must for erection f i St. four.- stores. three on' stproy This ;imdliin most; Mtiiftc- Kyeii' if JW will BISHOP SATTERLEE DCAO Wahington from the mimhijr of buiktinfr permks isswed within twelve Months justr his lorty-Jtccond. perm it. denh? arc to nieutk; 004; assis tan fci ch ief two salaries enableUhe a ..-meetings in is nVcessjtry- for 'acificrCoast, business cpmiiiissionv wiirvnot Clark0I the JJnited States comnierce ;arid labor is at i in-''. dustrisirj Disputes aitd I inyestigatibn tli -A -view to: possi hi d: on. on tlie by the American; v --r' ..r 1 ;Iri-Hlie course -of a CbhversatiPn >vith Prof. A gricultura! College, of -i Montana Herald led" haying the uhi- mprnmg ffrpni Vhis the" East; (1 iscviss the questiyh and i to spread a jrcnernl culture efsit united obtained 5 inucli opposed '..being Sunny Suthcrr Avliere the are '-.he have at once badly, if mil absolutely In per: chid high schools; of the past few days -would i gpvernmeot acquainting it iRiKll Ohio, mem; pf ii stnte.un- either elas- is in" not -'proiiiptly ?_per. mnn was fifty H is. for us ios .l'-wukl .bcvdAallwcd than in any. proving I; will the requir- nf the fading ver nme V in A tnnn to have the students at the. univcrsitv and to the ci! the act coaM not enfcired jirrid- j pul Wathmflow pf thi- Utter.- era'ft j.hi' power" at hurt Wo kind. nigM. he hoped to set: every one in the re- education the', hittory extent Tic r.skwr that -thiv people should tion has clatmton the -state rhaA-p same attitude of, mind thai as the nation will has .of English 'speaking by products of; tfce people .everywhere and for sup ,twiccns many students 'RS the state In -Town agricultural cbllogo stmlc'nls ontnumbor the university. In Minnesota where they arc combined the agricultural body is, not a fraction of Avhai it should be in an agricultural state." "'When, the agricultural college is said Prof. Atkinson, "therr is si stronger college spirit among students and professors. They feel they have to make good and agrieul- thvir rcnlv chance. to .do so.' and G. of Lethbridge, had the j" deciding vote gave for haying the insti- tutions separate. Mr. Hatch says he '.'always; felt guilty over the vote hut the professor said it. was the greatest kindness he could have done If tho president Of .the uniyersity is a man- with proper agricultural ideals, the college united with the university may .have a he continued, "but "if he isn't it has no Prof. Atkinson said that he had never seen such a country as there is around Lethbi-idge. Trrifated lands here held 'for Iff) aii acre would be up by fafmcrs for if they in that state. There is no reason why Lethhridge should'nt bscome an im- to allow boy or fiH-in advancement of the noticed this at where all attmhd'it. itlL Itich iiid ;