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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Don't Neglect a Symptom Of failing oyeeiRht. On tbe first sign of the first annoyance, on the first indication of anything wrong-ACT. Pulting it off isn't prudent, and may be dangerona. Slight eye defeats can be cured by glasses, if treatment is commenced when they are slight. Becanse you need glasses now doei not necessurily mean that you will always have to wear them. But the sooner you find out all about it the better. If yon suspect that your eyes need attention, see us as soon as possible. G. R. Oren The eye specialist, who is here permanently, will give you the same satisfaction as in the largo city stores. R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Phones 105 and II II PRESS GRINDINGS II tl Groat Falls Tribiim;: Tho Can;\d -inn government is not of the sln,ml pat variety, as ftir as it� tariiT is conccrnctl. Thoy are iit tho pi-osenl time cngugod in nevi.ving it and of rourse thcro is nuich oihtcry and noo!*o Tcuxde by the protoctirti inlcri-sts th.vt th:nk .they are being hurt by Vhi> now schedules. The intorosting part of tius governmont program to citizens of tho Unitcfi States is that thoy nuiaber ever crossed iho ocoan or have any prospect of ever cross  ing it. Cftnaila is their hoiue and their country, flas an^-body ever hoaul a native-born Canadian call any country but Canada "ho��"f Ony country is enougii for ihctn. 'Ihcy have a resiHKt for Great Britain. Docs Ihu fix-lins go any fur-tcr what Canadan status inig'ht be iher/ Ves Sonic of ihcin, no mat -wcjulU light in Knglnnd's aid, ljut that clo�is not ehi'clt �tho;r national aspirations. Iravellor after traveller conios aikd goes bucic to England having boand nolhing of the r�al attitude of tbe Canadian peopl�. The few "Ml tt�l' fltl them up." hav* loft a .significant open door to us by providing for n reduced schod-|en.husia9L8 frijcjuently ule of duties to apply to any eoun- JThiro is little real hostility to Eng-irios that give them reciprocal ad-!|^,t, but thci� is really groat indif-vantagos. As things sUind. the Vn-^ fcronco. The visitors are slow to itcd States will have to pay thu grusp tho Canadians attitude. w4iich highest rates on all goods .s^ent into 'Canada, but wu can roduce tho-�;c rates any time we wish l:y giving Oanftda like treatment in a reciprocity trcoity. Tho Springfield Rcputi- lican, in commenting on the attitude of C�mida ."Jays that '"tho new r�n - adianstaritr is notatle for its lod^T- Bition. The I.aurier govcrnnient in revising the schedules--which n t'l.n- ada are not yet aacred-hati ;>i.>' iued for three clas-ses of duties on ;i lOrts The highest is that impcscci u'^'ii The report has been given circula foreign comnvodities in ^onoia'. Iho ton in Frank that as or.e result of i lowe.ft is that inipos-.! upon ifi - ' tha recent strike at Femie and tho ports from Great Britain, embody-'manner of its settlement. District ing the "British preference" already ; President i'runk H. Sherman of estfthlisht'd. Tho third clas.s is the United Mine Workers has been threa-Inovelty, ll is an iivternupdiate class tentd uith violence and that when of to be imposed upon goods at homij President Sherman is under from cotmtries which may impo.s.e con.s.iant police protection and hi4 is that of one absorbed in his own business and not wishing to be disturbed. As for Mr. Strachey and his kind, there are a dozen reasons why they should know northing of Can  adian sentiment. -- Sherman Needs ProtcetioaT From tho Frank Paper. TEACHERS ARE 0. K. OPERA HOUSE Inspector Brown Presents leport. His At tl�e nHWtlug of tho school board Friday nigbt the following reixirt on the schoola, was presented 9^ J. VI. Brown, Inapcotor: In sor.omi, 1 might say that while the teaching is stronger in some rounis tiian i-n others, yet the proscribed cours�}� nre fairly continuous from one depart -nietiA to another, wltere there ts a tendency to weakness in any phase of the work, this fact has tieen made known to tito teacher concomad and to tile principal, wiio has nov- more favonvbte opportunities tor supervision since your addition of a third toachor, to tbe high school stafT. There appears to be some shortage ia oquipment r.�cessary for the Westminster sdiool. such as maps of Alberta, tho Dominion, and tho world; a cup-board, a clock and repairs to black-boards. The lighting ^is somewhat defootive in the two south rooms. The general cloanlinoss of tbis school at the time of my vis>it was only fair. It would bo wxill to fence and otherwise improve the grotmds at your earliest opportuniity. man MCiiooL department. RETUKN ENGAG EMENT THE FAMOUS Juvenile Eostoniaiis OPERA COMPANY PHONE \79 when you need a it ,�� Monda}', Jan. 7 Dorothy Tuesday, Jan. 8 "TheCypsyGirl" CAB To Ro to the sMitiou or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. All the favorites iu the cast. Elegant wardrobe New Songs Catchy Music. Prices............75c. and 1.00 J. G. Wiesand Next door to Schweitzer'* BAKERY. REDPATH STREET. Seats on sale at fligiubotham's j Drug Store. their mininwim tariff upon imports from Canada. This cla.s.s has particular bearing upon the old i;ooi-procity question in America, for cvi-Idcntly the intermediate duties arc specially designed for the United States. Canada lacks intoix?&t in a reciprocity treaty, but is now pre- Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year and ha\^ tlMt old plumbing torn out and clean, healthy, sanitary plumbing put through your house and avoid infectious diseoMs, fevers acd many of the diseases that come from 'bod sanitation and plumbing. We are ready to undertake any Work of this d^cription, which we do in a skillful and scientific manner. honn> ia under guard to prevent the head of the miners union from coming to harm. If a statement made to The Frank l^Per by cno intimately close lo Mr. Sherman is a true reflex of the facts a startling condition exists at Fer-nia. According to that statcnKnt, pared to negotiate with us on the .soon after Mr. Shermans return basis of the maximum and minimum rVmie af'ter the settlement to of the tarilT idea. Canadian manufacturers ! strike, reports reached him that cor-are disappointed. The duties no-i tan parties had designs and thart h� where, in any class, are high enough might expect personal violence. Mr. to suit. But the Canadran farmers . Sharman is said to have applied to W. A. Hamilton, principal, teaches theJEQgiig), and History in the high school department. It is unnocds -nary to repeat thai Mr. Hamilton's teaching is sound and practical. He also exercisva a caroful suiJcr-vision in connection with the details of the work throughout the schools, under his principalship, athletic and literary activities are popularly directed and skilfully cncourag�d. Jos Morgan B. A., teaches li tiicin, resent thcro. The'truth seems to l.u ;lat i;:i^li.-h men 'in the seem to bo unable to gjet tho "Colonial" idea out of tbiir heads. Canada and Trinidad, Australia and Jamaica-all are "Colonies." and the dwellers in or the visitors from them are all "Colon -ials." Ca'nadians, in the word of a Caliinet Minister at Ottawa, "doesn't like lieing bunched in with a lot of lazy ofllciaJs and niggers. ' Condescension of th3 cordial variety is a spciiial de.spatch from Femio, In which it is said, the district board at its rec nt meeting at Lethbridffe hal voted to dec:ai-e Sherman's reelection to the di.strict presidency xo d because of Irregularities in the e'ootj^on. President Sherman, when in Frank la:at Friday, stated that the alleg-iations of the article wers wholly false. NOTICE. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via the Wisconsin Centra) Ry. -To- Notice is hereby given that ap -plication will 'be mode to lha Logis -lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next session thereof for an Aot incorporating tbe Loth -bridge lladial Tramway Company wn'th Power to con.struct a tramway system withn the City of Lethbridge and to points to within eighty miles thereof and to operate the same by electrtcity or any power other thon steam an-;! for such powers os may insce."^sarily or conveniently bo exercised in connection therewith. CP�fTRAL SCHOOL. of Dated the A.D., 1906. 20 th day of Doccnxber, MA.SOMC CONVERSAZIONE. The Ma-wnic conversazione last Thursday evening at Oliver's Hall was declared by those u-ho atttnded to have tj�on one of the most en joyable events of the season. There was a very large attendance and the gathering did not break up until nearly throe o'clock Friday morning. The rofro.shmjcnts served were of the most dolcotabl'S nature. Mrs. O. H. .lohns'ton, Mrs. T. McNabp, Mrs. J. C. L/ivingHtona and Mrs. I. M. Pierce assisted by E. V. Dooley W. Ilayn'^s and F. Kirkhanv, looked after that end ot the affair.. The musical iirogramme was crn:ri'butoB. ALBBRTA. tSS.OO REWARD. X^-^ Bay horas, brmadsd V3 (noBograia) l�rt hip.-J. �. HOW  iOK^^liidieiBa Bat. Boost the Poultry Fair to be held ttcxt F�bni�ry. q Uttrtatle by Mrs. Kogers, " Mrs. handed out to "Colon.als" in largo'Reeves and Messrs. Cunningham and instalments. The American li'terary ' Min;,'s and com.ic skc'tch by DouglM man who, sixty years ago, wrote May. Mr, May's first appearance be-concerning "A Certain Contlesconsion j fore a Lethbridge audience was a in Foreigners." could havo written a [distinct .-success. After the program correspondingly acute treatise on the dancing took place. Harper's ori.-h- Improved. Her teaching is of a high order and general handling of work is highly satisfactory. Standard I, Port II., and junior standard II classes are in charge of Miae i. E. Addy. The enrollment was 42 and the attendance 35. The attention, interest oad order of the pupils were excellent. Miss Addy is a diMgent. capable teacher and her work is highly satisfactor]. There were 44 enrolled in standard II. senrior, with an attendnnce of S8. Miss J. C. McKay is decidedly an acquisition to tho teaching force of your school. Her class management was good, and the order perfect Uisa McKay could also teach primr ary classes effectively. In standard IU. classes 42 pupils were enrolled with an attendance- of 38. As reported at sonvo length on a former occasion, I may now stiV briefly that Miss Furse Is a capable teacher and maintains perfect order. Oliver D. Austin had an enrollment ol S3 and on attendance of 30. Standard IV. pupi s. The regularity of the aitendanor, the interest, and the^ order of tha pupils are exoeltent. Mr. Aiwtln is an aggressive, forceful teacher and ia many woj's be exercises a good influence over his stud-C�IU. Miss E(Mth M. Ells, has charge of atamdard V. department, but teaches certain aubjecta to standards V., VI. and VII. Bhe has good teaching abil.ty, ,is energetic and forceful. Her teaching will be still more effective soon as she becomes thoroughly familiar with our progranuiKe of atwUca. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL. In the primarj- department, there U1U an enrollment of 35 and an attendance of 20. The teacher, Miss Kinniburg, used correct methods and doea good average work. The accord departmem has an en-rollnmtt of 31 and an attendance of 25. !Misa Ninunons has improve in nkanagement and closa tactics. Her taachittg ia quite aatiafactory. The vice-principal of the Westmng, had an enrollment of 36 and an attendance of 83. U* hoa good teaching abiUty, controla the pupils oaa41y and soon have them trained 'to move in and out ol claaa rooms, quietly and orderly. CONYBEAUE & .JONES. Solicitors for Applicants. notice to creditors' Milwaukee, Chicftfo, aad All Points East mnd SovAh Convenient trains, Pallman sleep, era, Free reclining chair cam, Dining cars. For full information address H..I. Bergemann, travelling agent. 371 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. 0, Pond, general passenger agent Milwaukee. Wis. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Locatetl in old W. H. Morris transtVroffife. one door south of tbe Army Barncks. Fine Work o Specialty m tha Supreme Court of tho Northwest Territories. .Judicial District ^of Lethbridge. In the matter of the Estate of Walter Thomas Ucnson, dccmsod. Notiico "is hareliy given that all persons having claims against the estate of Walter Tlioinas Hcnsnn, late of L(sthbridg>e in thn Province of Alberta, merchant, deceased, are re � quirod to sewl to W. C. Simmons, advocate, Lethljridge, on or before the ls.t day of February, A.D., 1007. a statement of such claim duly verified by statutory declaration, after which last menlHoned date the admin is'tratri.x of the said estate shall be nt liberty to distribute the assets thereof, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have not.ce. Datofl at Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, this 20th day of December, A.D., 1906. W. C. SIMMONS, Advocaite for Administratrix. Thousands Have Had Their Necks Broken! In previous yeara, and placed on the market during the holidays, iinQ the same fate will befal the culi fowl this year. But the pure-bred stock will bo arrayed in their best plumage and placed on exhibition at the Lethbridge Poultry Show Next February. One of the big events of Sonny Southern Alberta. NOTICE TC^REDITORS. stock Judging Schools In tho Supreme Court ot the Northwest Territories. Judicial District "of Lethbridge. In tho matter of tho estate of Andrew Hamdlton Holdship Phipps, dii-ceoaod. NotHce is hereby g'iven that all pcr-�ons having clain'js against the estate of Andrew Hamilton holdship Phipps late of Writing-on-stone in tha Province of Alberta, rancher, dc-cea.'sed, ore requir.ed to send to W. C Simmons, advocate, Lethbridge. on or before the li>th da.v�*if Fubruary, A.D. 11)07, a statement of such claim duly verified by statutory declaration, after which lost montionod date the admin.slrator of the said p.statc shall be at lilerty to a;�tri'b'ito the assets thereof, having regard r.nly 'o the claims of which he ohall then have notice. Dated this 20th day of Dp, Hogs, and Dairy Cattle-Block Test. Thursday-Dairy Cattle and Light Horses. Friday-Heavy Horses. Saturday-Judging Contest. Two carloads of stock, picked from the best in the Province, will be used at the schools for demonstration purposes. Besides this, tbe best animals locally will be secured. An ndmisision fee of One Dollar will be charged each regular student. This money will form a fond out of which prizes will be awarded to those doing tbe best work At tbe judging contest at the close of esch school. GEO. HARCOURT, Deputy Minister of Agriealtars. Edmonton^ Dee. 22ad. 1900. 9931 ;