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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBmOOE, A L I lfr. Robertson, luij made cone-fining the "separation ot church and state 6ix educational mat- ters., when Mr. Robei'tJon interrupted lo he had made no special plea church' and- siutt' to bs' separated on this. saiiUMr. Simmons, "what bearing'had your on'the dis- HAPPENINGS AT COLEMAN J- j Twenty New Cattagss i v ister is Hi I'Vn. (J L, Ft sei1, .superintendent of UK- Jnterna- tioiuil Coal Cokr t o mines here Lilian, their to have the whole except the miniblcr of education to be. elected by the university graduates _was -a subversion of responsible government, .in attack upon tin; established be- ,ie? who supply the money the support of any institution ihall some -ihace in it; te have control, appoint and dismLs'aiwT pay he the conduct o'f various tors. According to' Sir." Robertson's all that tiie people of Ailvrta or then- elected" would wns only refering to, the .pi oU- ttii that the' American peoplejia'i to zrap'ple with in this matter of and on educational matters. I save no opinion on it." "Then why bring it queried Mr. Simmons: But'to to bur subject, if are to borrow from the noble American system of 'the ydi- vorce of politico fiom educational affairs, as repiesented, ..what of theh "nodp electing school unts and even trustee of city schools on the i-arae day as their political rep reseritatives.T Sliall Alberta bn invited to elect its educational officials on party tickets? In legard to Mr. Robertson's plan that the graduates have control of the llr.s. little Fntt'er ami tei have thp pust'-vxeoJc'" tlu- boundary, tow its. a IK! cities of I J. C. mid Wash- ington: Frascr retuinee! alone, on Sunday because of binss of busi- ness.' Mrs. Fraser rem.iii's west ti little longer to -enjoy ilu hcaatiiul weather of H. C. ,v I-'oi- some ".time past June hud the advantage that is LO he derived from the presence" of medical Jus had him mn- dicai Uior knowledge" of hospital -''experience in prescription btuHious k hVbits, professional Opportunities Neglected are Lost E THESE 10. I house, centrally down 'secures balance eiwy. 5 roomed mill 2 lots B.irtlett Street. cash. A X at this iiguuv b. Past Office Block FteZM Mr. Simmons; hud quite done awayjhave vLth the'mnverity_would j gn Hmit the with that fancy by giving Mr. UP to supply. Ore funds to urn it. The bp dect_ son fuller information- on the subject I'momlwrs of the" legislature 'might go he had studied. to the and humbly and "Speaking personally us the gradu- [nieekiy vote the money to The Arliiaton Arington Comedians which ti-ho began a -wvek's engagement at1 ed? Why not'include- the. school principals "and everywhere, men who are" tlfe. most active interest in 'educational It to -me that the "election of five -members and a chancellor front amonir the and courteous iiianncrs make him and lfronl !pjr fajr to t pany touring thc'West. t pany comprises twenty pcoplf, head- tivate'l ear the trainr-cl musician, ccl by the charming so'ubrette arid in-j bit by ne_jmin who loves ragtime, genue, ilissJ ilas'tna.. sTuln-nces are unus- balauccd representation of various agricultural aud prtifessipnal, of this province? Simmons closrd what was a most vigorous and pointed speech by I inviting Mr, Robertson to study the system of in _ Toronto university, a successful British state- owned and r state-controlled uniyersi ty- RAPID PHONE CONNECTION (Mimontftn if. Cuv last Fri.lav 5ie j- in RecJ Clr.irc'n. Hetunmu of tiie Prcibvtorv rottpienL ol. JMay ihe vuuh ocfa-s-'f to chronicle Mr. the the Institiaional fn in tlie meeting nt of FOR SALE IN THI? V ILL AGE OF STIRLING, 2 I 1 acres of land, comprising Lots 1 and 2, Ulock 21, fenc d, and good rss- idc'POi1 30 x 39, paintul and '.veil fur- nished all through; stable for 8 head >f horses: small workshop; vegetable nit full of vegetables.; good chicken coop and bunch of good chickens; itack of hay. ba " .thirty days. CASH No Ihcumbaranccs or tM. Kiddie Stirling, CARDS Daily HeraW Market Place katt uythtaf to sett if to place it to this cdMU. If yea wait tfcb 25c trust .WQ shall see h's-jrenuu on the. street again. This week iho pupils of thu princi- pal's room of our si lion[ .tre busy "n- FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED1 HOUSE, good location. Small payment ance easy. Aply Geo. Peacock, Leth- bridge. -56 0 WANTED Good dining room once for the Cowley Hotel, Cowley. 'G36 servant. lace. WANTED general Apply to, Mrs. J. H. Wa'l- il SOD] P. oStiJi to a GQQJ to inspect the Gcier- Mugut-p 01 their monthly" t ms. I nder the vary thorough il system .if that un j 01 our principal mil was grratlv plo.used with Af ;iithonie. M ifood results j that he mailc. called up cjtt'd. and tS exams of the t mouths this cxpec- n As H i'l'M-rruc il Is hn m I'rrissi tl. ;u d ;i JM ;i t'ubiil Ujjit i'O oMi'U' Its dc- ahsoinie purity ni.i'uc it invaluable M> ;i foot] proilurt. If is ninu different persons, in one minute and thirty-eight "The u us. made with W. Tl. uho. foing familiar with the tntion. 1 llio coal compsi- neat coLtfiRe.s wjus able "to cull up and lhti nnt of thc hni- tain communication with ten differ- them ,up with xx.itci works pfinnts in 70 sccoiute. This is .v lric whith lUrL onlv iVd IVor but may- be proud of. Mr. v U-e LO frpm any GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. M.D.C M. McGii Mrs. G. L Vrooman. corner Ot Physician, Surgeon Accoucher Ucdpjith St, 5; J) j m., 7-d p m Bompas and Bartleit Sts. DRS. McCLURE STEWART, S IVutMs. Oflito lii. '2 n., I p m lo op.m. FOUND A PLAUf GOLD IJAXD RING, with initials. OwnT c-'tn have by proving paying the Ir {expense of this Ap- ll I ply Herald Office. GOG HAMILTON YOUN'G Engineers aha Surveyors K.C., D.C.L., S. Morton Jones, B. CONXCEARE -JONES I'.irri-t rs Roljciloi.-, Rtc. Block. Lethbridge, Alta. 2-2-Ivr. -v 1 Only four of thcsu now ni lilosc wo lic'.e will soon In- htied. Hepidcs j other town, or city thnt can beat this "rc ____.. _, completion in Slav haif_ n milo Western "x'st ?Ir- inudioi F house ncarh rendv--for oc- Uvnlifll .fiipation. i night, the recreation and their monthly Automatic. Call .svstcm. C P H 3 Jlcntr.-al. Kt-l> PieiHc o fip two million poivdi s! J'ITC o nlioui t.'n vcl i C.PR. fnur PIT ci nt. (Kb ni'i- .at over "par ?md roe-iv d M oTViiftCount.first f twenty wiiicli oi.lj ivll L W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. 0-Iice: 3'iutluir.d Hlork. oTicy lo -LoiTil '.m Town Fnrtn I'ropcrty. B. C.. MOORE Funeral Director and Ni..7t to tfivsliyterian Clmrcli I' 102. K.rsidcJiC'- I3C. WANTED WANTED TO KENT, cottage ot 3 or 4 rooms fairly central. Party to enter 14th March. Apply-John Cun- ningham, City Bakery. 59-6 p WANTED F.OOJf AND BOARD, or, room in private family by young lady. Ad- Box Office. SO-0 WANTED WANTFD IMMEDIATELY A waitress. Apply Windsor HoM. CO-0 H SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- Con! niining rights of tno Dominion F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT .Room 9 Whitney Block. _.j 30-0 tl P. BEWARE ported by a strong cnmRiny of ster-'ually v.-ht-n thc-y dj a] iing actors, presenting -great plays; jit ib because tho-production Reserves a different play, each: evening. Herejjt. At the end of the third act there is. what the Billings (Montana) Ga-1 was round after round of applause, said of them on the occasion'of the curtain hoing raised seven times, their recent appearance there: jTho bpcctaltios good and clever The Arington comedians arid the and rdicvtd all waits between the Polmntier Sisters ladies' orchestra acts. (I'ldmnntnn Saturday Xcws.r Hiobert, the cininenl'; temper-. legislator, would do well to .study the experiences of those ulto is Club hold nu-ir niKi iliis is to oi'eii ricx'tmpf when tiu- ladies are cor j dla'.ly i'mit-d. A most interesting i programme has bciTi prepared, the i cnv; is a debate on the cnfrr.nchisenL-iit of women.. A "1 h in Manitoba, i Yukon Territory, the Territories and British niny leased for a tfrm of twf-nty-one 'years at an annual. rental of ?.l tin acre. Xot more, than '2.560 acrod-will be leased lo one applicant. 1 Application for a loasc must be the Agent or? Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights up- have entered.; on a .similar, course in other parts of the world. For in- stance, there w-as lion. of Mississippi, who started out on an 'oncrgetic prohibition campaign. One night he; was interrupted in the Rt. Hon. Bn d1, British nm- i i-rrnts nf soul ftho a passion poi'in. il tiu> n pigtrotv Anfi world ncvor know 'em bassador.-had the dvirrcc.of U.L. D-sdortcn- tew study- for his- conforred upon him by McGilL uni- versily this afternoon. The report that th- master I MUSIC j WISS L. HOLLAND j LV.piI fvr n doctor." .M rsf U v r i he i U-o' T s th" "Urother Truly." said a ininislrr. "T want to ask you ent union oiTiciiil-; that the ni n will resist any uacr Tin host ever take drink -MMSMH u.-ntod-me ,fo' 1 men. 1lavC if 'H, 1 no ham, i work if any reduotir.n is fnr .8 SB "IVio 7 that, rtspondetl ._ work u any rwluotir.n is tho wnry candidate, "f want to know' whether it is nn enquiry or an invitation." Redpath Street feisfcre Lethbridge CHANGES ON GRAIN EX- CHANGE i Winnipeg, tFeb. a meeting of the Grain Exchange today it was decided to discontinue tho American i market quotations in the framing] room'and also to abandon the ofii-j cial time, of opening and closing of 1 the, market. Trading hbu'sv< .continue as usual. 106 delivers! to nil of city ior 85 oTrlt-r. DRAYING 1EUEFJ MEH8UEE CO. ton. Casli must Of all kitscis'dono on "short o.' Aftk for our prices bo- fiatel tiie Daily leraM tails to reach yoi. We deal witl) the fc- boy, D3B't PhobcsrOff.ce63 Stablest I coinplaiiit. ehantabie output of the mine at the rate of five cents per tori. Every of coal mining which are nol being operate! shall the .district ent 'of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to I that effect at least once in each y.-ar. j The lease will tlio coal mining rights only, but the- ms-y be permitted to purchase whairvr-r available surface righta may be jsiderod necessary for the working of the mine at rate of an For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot- any Agent or SnVAfWit ol Dominion Lands. W. W. Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthoritcd publication of wifl not ;