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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Dont Neglect Qf failing On the first sign of the first on the first indication of anything Putting it off isnt and may be Slight eye defeats can be cured by if treatment is commenced when they are Because you need glasses now not necessarily mean that you will always have to wear But the sooner you find out all about it the If you SUB pect that your eyes need see us as soon as Oren The eye who is here will give you the same satisfaction as in the large city The Jeweler Phones 165 and lhlt nuuiber evor crossed the ocean ii Jlave of ever cross JJ PRESS GRINDINGS Hing Canada is and HJIK ever a nativebom Canadian call Croat Tribunu The inn government is jiot of thy stniul pat as far as itx tariiT is They ure lit the present time engaged in revising it and of there is much outcry and noise ide by the protected interests that think are being hurt by tho new The interesting part of ijie country is enough for They have a respitet for Great llrit Does the feeling go any fur tor Canada status juight ue Some of no mat would flgiit in Englands IJIK that dovti not chcck tlwr national Traveller after traveller COIIMS Mi umj rtlkfi tto government program to citrus back to E of UnlUd is that of tho have left a signincant open door toCanadian The few All w us by proving for a reduced schedenjxusiasis fluently mi them up l J Ihcre is little real hostility to Eng land butthere is really groat indif to ule of duties to apply to any couu trios that give them reciprocal ad As things the Lu The visitors are slow itod States will have to pay the firagp ttttilude rates on all goods sent into j is that of onc ttbfiorbod in his but we can reduce those Lusness imd not wishinff Io dis rates any time we wish giving turbcd As Mr Strach Canada like treatment in a there are ft dozen ity Springfield KepubtheyshouW in commenting on the attitude of Canada says that the OMI adianvtarill is notatle for its The Laurier government in revising the u CMI are not yet for classes of duties on The highest is that imposed foreign commodities in Tho lowest is that upon nu ports from Great embody ing the British preference already The third class is the It is iutermodiaLa class of to be imposed upon goods from their njian Sherman Needs Protection From the Trunk TEACHERS ARE OPERA HOUSE Bftwi Preseits leport His At tte HMOting of the school board Friday night the following report on the was pretieiiUKi Inspector In I might that while the teaching is stronger in some rooms Uiati in oth yet the courses are fairly continuous from one depart nicnt to whoixj there is a tenckwcy to weakness in any phase of the this fact has Ixeon made known lo teacher con com ad and to the who has nov more opportunities for aupcrvis ion since your addition of a ithind to the high school There to be some shortage in equipment necessary for the West minster such as maps of Al the OIK the world a a clock and repairs to The some what defective in the two south The general cleanliixss of this school at the lime of my visit WAS only It would bo well to fence and otherwise improve the grounds at your earliest RETUHN ENGAGEMENT THIS FAMOUS OPERA COMPANY 7 Dorothy 8 TheCypsyGirl PHONE 1T9 whon you need All the favorites in the Elegant wardrobe New Songs Catchy and Seats on sale at fiigitibothams Drug HIGH SCHOOL The report has been given circula tion in Frank that as result of the recent strike at Pemie and the manner of its District w PresidentFrank Sherman of the r i and History in the high school It is unnocds tcndd with violence and that when at homp President Sherman is under countries which may impose j constant police protection and minimum tariff upon imports home is under guard to prevent the Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing pear and have old plumbing torn oit and plumbing put through your house and avoid in fectious fevers and many of the diseases that come from bad and We are ready to undertake any work of this from This class has ticular bearing upon the old procity question in for evi dently the intermediate duties specially designed for the United Canada lacks Interest in a reciprocity but is now According pared to negotiate with us on the soon after Mr Shermans return to basis of the maximum and minimum aPter the settlement of the tariff Canadian manufacturers i reportsreached him that cer ane The duties nojtan parties had designs and that he in any are high enough might expect personal to But the Canadian farmers Sherman is said to have applied to par head of the miners union from com recil ing to If a statement made to The Frank Paper by cue intimately close lo Sherman is a true reflex of the facts a startling condition exists at Fer to that are The government been good to and in cidentally to by the re ductions of duties on machinery and farm In j was of the rapid development of the Canadian these reduct ians will moan very to our American manufacturers of farm who can supply increasing Can adian And these rifiuctions are not dependent upon the return of the favor by our It will pay tii3 United States to make a note of Canadas attitude and proceed on the principle that one good turn deserves The Dominion is ready to be so far as tariffs ara There is no slamming of the door at Ot which we do ful and scientific Central Hardware Why not take advantage of the big reduction in Souvenir Stovesone of the best stoves on the I guarantee Stoves have yet you may buy those at off old Reason for this Dont miss this VROOMAN tha provincial police for protection after an investigation of the al leged threats by an oilicer of that or the protection asked for It was stated further en one occasion a number of Sharmana friends remained at over aril armed with expecting President it is instituted suit against the Nelson Daily News for for in consequence Of the meth ods pursued by the Kews in opposing Sherman since the commencement the article of which Sherman complains appeared Thursday as a special despatch from which it is the board meeting at Shermans re Canadian Courier There is les election to the district presidency son to be learned from the contro because of irregularities in the versy over Professor Wrongs letter President in Frank last stateti that the of the article were whol ly an its voted to election to Has purchased the business of Homer Hutchinson and invite the patronage of the Stock Saddles Concord Harness made to Full line of Trunks and Valises in a skillto the London in which stated that Canadians regard British policytowardsthis country with distrust and often rl he lesson should be by the editor of the Spectat or and the othsr editors Kng Professor Wrongs remarks by one of those patronizing articles concerning Can which Enjlish etlitors too prone to Not one can in a hundred reads rcEent Thetruth seems to fat nxn the mass seem to be unable to get the Colonial idea Out of thiir Canada and Australia and arc Col and the dwellers in or the jvisitors from them are all Colon in tha word of a Cabinet Minister at does nt like being bunchad in with a lot of lazy officials and of tho cordial vari handed out to in The American Ii man sixty years MA SOX C last The 3fasonic conversazione Thursday evening at Olivers Hali xvas declared by those who attended to have txvn one of the most en joynble events of the Then was a very large attendance and the did not break up until f the most delectable Livingstone and Pierce assisted by Doolcy Ilaynos and looked after that end of the The musical programme was by the best talent Leth can produce and it was great ly Solos were contri Miied by 3Iiss e by Koj and Cunningham and excsllent They should not be but they Professor Wrong told a lot of I The articulate classes have thought deeply on ths lament able history of British dealing xvith Cenidian interests ara far from be g glad and proud to of of city Tha news which reached the last weak of the death of of superintendent Police at Calearv occupy a position of but formerly of Lethbridge cluid was a surprise to hear regrot Mrs fcssor Wrong boldly voice what j her residence here to be the truth not that the j Sho was is any but bej large teart arrd her deeds of ki mnav cause it has not cen considered in as to announce the truth wcrc in many jcasca business reasons have were many send Ths funeral took place on Satur day his rton2 of Maple and aonrn Primrose of of trouble is Ch sonic few en thus a service at s cnurcn English which was by nwnv of itsoli published oncjlxrthbridgc friends of the i LlltJ L of them the other in which the j Interment took place at tho L FOWLER I Kew Btacksmlthing iigKies to carriage paint all kinds of woodwork in wag fanning cream frain raonogram HOW Boost the Poultry to signed himself Colon that widely enthusiastic remarked in Kiplings verse Church We nxsre taught by our mothers To call Old England Fnsland Tha pall bear rojcrs Mw c Harford nnd Cony English Of Canada that is simply not tho Eighlysiven ior of UK pooplo living in Lnnada in this five per of cf us twliove charHy at homo why we are so len ient with iFost men not so mush wmil i Ood will think of AS what vrill of to iepeat that Hamiltons teaching is sound and lie also exercises a careful supervision In connection with the details of the work throughout the under his athletic and liter ary activities are popularly directed and skilfully Jos Morgan teaches mathe matics and science in the fcigh school He arranges his work well and teaches quvetly and effective His patience and skill in clear ing up difficult points is worthy of CBNTRAL In the first primary department of the Central school there was an en rollment of but an attendance of only it was to the prevalence oX whooping It soflms hardly necessary to again en ter into details in connection with McClures Briefly she is one of the most efficient teachers of primary classes in Southern In the second primary department the enrollment was 44 and the at tendance Miss Newton is in charge of the senior classes of standard part Thi change from part dances was evidently a good one as quality of her work is much Her teaching is of a high order and handling of work is highly Standard Part and junior standard II classes arc in charge of Miss The enrollment was 42 and the attendance The interest and order of the pupils were Miss Addy is n capable teacher and hot work ishighly There 44 enrolled in standard with an attendance of Miss McKay is decidedly un acquisition to tho teaching force of your Her class management i and iha order Miss McKay could also teach prim ary classes In standard classes 12 pupils were enrolled ivith an attendanceof As reported at some length on a former I may now briefly that Miss Furse is a capable teacher and maintains perfect Oliver Austin had an enrollment of 33 and an attendance of Stnnr dand pupi regularity of the the and the order of the pupils are Austin is an forceful teacher and in many ways be cxer ciscs a good influence over his stud Notice is hereby given that ap plication will be made to the Legis lativt Assembly Of thii Province of Alberta at the next session thereof for an Act incorporating tho Loth bridge ItadijU Tiannvay Company with power to construct a tramway system within the City of Lethbridge and to points to within eighty miles thereof and to operate the same by nlcctrfcity or any power other than steam ancl for such powers as may necessarily or convenientfj bo exer cised in To to the sntiou or friends to your CARTING ALSO Next door to Schweitzers KEDPATH Dated the 20th day of Ask your ticket agent for via the Wisconsin Central m All Points East tad Soutk j Convenient Pullman sleep Free reclining chair can Dining For full in ion addreu travelling 371 Robert or general passenger agent PULLEY For Fine Beet A Shoe Repairs Prices Very Solicitors for V Located in old Morris transfer off one door south of the Army iFmeWork a Specialty In the Supreme Court of tho North West Judicial Dis trict of In the of the Estate of Walter Thomas Notice given that all per sons having claims against es tate of Walter Thomas late of Lethbridge in thn Province of Al are ro quirod to send to on or before the 1st daj of a statement of such claim duly veri fied by statutory after which last mentioned date the ad ministratrix of the said estate shall be at liberty t0 distribute the assets having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have Uated at Lethbridge in the Provj ince of this 20th day of De Advocate for NOTICE Thousands Have Hcd Their Necks Broken In previous and placed on the market during the finfl the same fate will befal the cull fowl tins But the purebred stock will be arrayed in their best plumage and placed on exhibition at the Lethbridge Poultry Show Next One of the big events of Sonny Southern In the Supreme Court of the North Edith charge of standard certain subjects to standards and VII the has good teaching energetic and Her Uwurhing will be still more effective as soon she becomes thoroughly wlti our programme of WESTMINSTER In ltw primary there was of 35 and an at of The Miss correct methods and good average The second departmccL has an en rollment of 31 and an attendance of nr rvunmons has improved in management class Her Caching qyite viceprincipal of the Westmin ster had an en roll men tol 36 and an attendance of He has good teaching controls tbe pupils easily and soon have them trained to tnovc in out of clasa qukrtly and West Judicial trictof Dis In tho matter of the estate of An drew Hamilton Holdship de A Notice is hereby given that nil per sons having claims against the es tate of Andrew Hamilton lioldship Phipps late of Wrkingotistone in the Province of de arc required to semi to C on or before the 15ih dayrif a statement of such claim duly verified by statutory declara after which last mentioned date the administrator of the said estate shall te at Irterty to alstrihrite the having regard o theclaims of which he then have Bated this 20th day of at Province of Albert Athocate for Adminierrvt The Stock Judging bchools beid throughout the Pro vince during previous hav ing aroused a desiie for fnller the Department of assisted by local or has deeded to hold extended schools for the study of as follows Medicine Hat 7 to 12 Magralh 14 to 19 High River 21 to 26 Innisfail 28 to 2 Live animals will be brought in to the class room for demonstrfl tion purposes and a corps of com peteiit instructors vil be in at ten tin nee at each meeting to give full instructions ns to the desirable and undesirable conformations of the various Evening meetings will which lectures on caring for live stock Morrison Jiion Principal Hamilton in his report of the Lethbridge public schools for fives the enrollment as 366 16 w excess of The i average daily attendance was There four tut a dej crease in total enrollment of The daily attendance this ywir last Tho tnroilmcat at Central School t for the month wos 2SOT for miusUr RUSH PHOiTE be Special instruction will be given in preparing animals forexhibition and handling them in the show ring PROGRAMME nnd breeds of Beef CalileBlock and Dairy Ca tieBlock Cattle and Light Two carloads of picked from the best in the will be used at the schools for demon stration Besides the best animals locally will be An fee of One Dollar will be charged each regular stu This money will form a fnnd of which prizes will be awarded ro jhose doing the best work at the judging contest at the close of each Deputy Minister of ;