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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta II II PRESS GRINDINGS II II Don't Neglect a Symptom Of failing r>ypsight. On tbo first sign of tho first annoyance, on the first indication of anytbing wroug-ACT. Pulting it off isn't prudent, nnd may be dangerous. Slight eyo defeat a can be cured by glasses, if treatment is commenced when they are slight. ttrent Fnlls Tribune: Tho Cumvr! -Ian government is not of -tho stand pnt variety, ns fur as Mm turltt is concerned. T1k\v arc ut the present time engaged In tvvi�.\ng it mid of course there is much outcry and noise made by tho protected Interests th it th'nk.they arc being hurt by tho now vehedules. The interesting part of the government program to cit l/ens of tho United Slates is that they I haw loft a significant open door to I us by providing for n reduced sehetl- enthusiasts frequently ulo of duties to apply to any countries that give them reciprocal advantages. As things sUind. the United States will have to pay the ! highest rates on all goods s,nt into j Canada, but wo can reduce those I rates any time we wish l.y giving that number over crossed tho ocean or have any prospect of ever cross  big it. Canada Is their home and their country, ilixs anybody ever hcaid a native-born Canadian call any country but Canada, "homo"'? One country Is enough for them. They hnvo a respwt for Omvt llrlt-uin. l>oos the feeling go any fur -ter what Canada's status might be ther? Voh Some of thorn, no mat-would light in England's aid, but that do\-s not check tho;r national aspirn lions. Traveller after traveller coiik>s ai�d goes back to England having heard nothing of the real attitude of the Canadian iwsople. The few "All Ucd" fill them up." There is lialo real hostility to England but there is milly groat indifference. The visitors arc slow to grasp the Canadian's attitude, which is that of one uhHorbod In his own hus.ness and not wishing to bo disturbed. As for Mr. Slrachey and his Because you need glasses now does not necessarily mean that you will always have to wear them. Canada like treatment in a rociproc- kind, there arc a dozen reasons why Uy treaty. Tho Springfield Rep*'1'- they shouU| tnow aoLhing of Can-lican, in commenting on the attituiU* ;nUiun s.ntiinent. of Canada says that "th' new Cnn - I --+� - � adlan^arifT is notable for its tod. j Sherman Nce!.� hied for three classes of duties on .1 ,>nts I The highest is that imposed 11 foreign commodities in genoux'. Tb.r lowest is that lmpocr. Tho report has been given circula-t on in Frank that ns or.o result of the recent strike at Fernio and the manner of its settlement. District ti�is school at the time of my visit was only fair. It would bo well to fence and otherwise improve the grounds at your earliest opportunity. man school department W. a. Hamilton, principal, teaches Monday, Jan. 7 " Dorothy" Tuesday. Jan. 8 1 "TheGypsyGirl" All the favorites in the cast. Elegant wardrobe Now Songs Catchy Music. Prices............75c. and 91.00 Seats on sale at Higinbothain'B> Drug Store. ' PHONE 1?9 whon you need a CAB To go to the s'ation or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. Wiecand \ Next door to Schweitzer's IIAKERY, I RKDUATH STREET. I__ | Ask your ticket agent for tickets via the 1 Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- President Frank II. Sherman of tho) Engll8n ^ |UBtory ,n tbo nigh Umtd Minj Workers has been threa-|�.hoo| department. It Is unnocds - R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler put (' through your house and avoid infectious diseases, fevers and many of the diseases that come from bad sanitation and plumbing. Wo are ready to undurtako any work of this d-scriptIon, which we do in a skillful and scientific manner. C. W. GRAY Central Hardware "Why not take advantago of tbo big reduction in Souvenir Stoves-one of tho best stores on tho market. I guarantee them. Stoves have advanced, yet you may buy those at 10 per cent, off old prico. Reason for this reduction, overstocked. Dou't miss this opportunity. at G. L. VROOMAN at tAWa. " Canadiun Courier. There is a lesson to be learned front the cootru -versy over Professor Wrong's letter to tho London "Spectator," in which it.was stated that Canadians regard UHtlsh policy lowurds this country with distrust and often angvr. '1 he lesson should bo lonrn.-d by Sir. Strachey, the editor of the "Sp.'cta*.-or" and the other editors .n Kng  land. Profoss-or Wrong's remarks \\.-re evoked _ by one of those imit.- n^ly patronizing articles concerning i'an a da wh:ch I-njlish ed.lors nr.- oH.v too proixe to print. Not one ndian in a hundred reads th. : many Canadians hear 11 them ten.d with violence and that when at homi? President Sherman is under constant police protection and hU home is under guard to prevent tho head of the miners union from coming to harm. j If a statement made to The Frank l*nper by 1 no intimately close to >tr. Sherman is a true redox of the tacts a startling condition exists at Kcr-nie According to that statement, soon after Mr. Shermans return to I'enx e after tho settlement c4 the :-trike. reports reached him that ccr-ta n parties had dcslgtxs and that he nii{.ht expect personal violence. Mr. Sherman is said to have applied to the proxlncial police for protection an 1 after an investigation of the alleged threats by nn olllccr of that or-gani7.at.0n, the protection asked for was gr.m cel. It was stated further Vint en on� occasion a number of Mr. Sherman's friends remained at his house over niyht. all armed with w.nch. surs, expecting trouble. Pres.dent Sh. rinnn. it Is statedhas instituted suit against the Nelson Daily News for flu.OOO damages for slander, in c. n-eqiience of the methods pursuisl by the News in opposing Sh'tmin since the commencement of the strike. Or.o article of which Mr. Sherman complains appeared Thursday as n special despatch from Fernio, In xvhi'h it is said, the district board a' its iec nt meeting at Lethbrldge ha I voted to dec are Sherman's re-election to the district presidency in d I ecnusc of irregularities in the e'eet.!,on President Sherman, when in Frank last Friday, stated that the alleviations of the article wura wholly false. dot sary to reiwat thai Mr. Hamilton's leaching is sound and practical, lie also exercises a careful suiter-vision In connection with the details of the work throughout the schools, under his princlpalship, athletic and literary activities arc popularly dii-eoUxl and skilfully encouraged. Jos Morgan H. A., teaches mathematics and science in the (ligh school department. lie arranges his work well and teachjs qu.�tly and effective ly. His patience and skill in clear - |cis.d ing up difficult points is worthy of praise. ---" Milwaukee, Chicago, tn4 AH j^QrpjQ-rjj Points East and South ! Convenient trains, Pullman sleep-- j ors, Free reclining chair cars, Notice is hereby given that ap - Dining cars, plication will be made to the uBis  For full information address H..T ... n-nvinon of Bergemann, travolling agent. 371 lative Assembly of the Prmlnu, 1 Robert St.. St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas, Alberta at tho next session thereof for an Art incorporating the Ix>t.h -bridge lUxdinl Tramway Company with power to construct a tramway system with n the City of Lethbridge ami to points to within eighty miles thereof and to operate the same by electrtcity or any power other thun steam and for such powers as may nscoesarily or conveniently be cxer-in connection therewith. C. Pond, general passenger agent Milwaukee, Wis. Dated tho 'JOth \.U., 1900. day of December, CENTRAL SCHOOL. CONYHEARE & .IOVE3. Solicitors for Applicants. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs l'rices Very Reasonable. Located in old W H. Morris transfer office, one door south of the Army Barr icks. In tho first primary department of raiment* of 51. �but an attendance of ! NOTICE TO CREDITORS. -~ only 27, owing, It was said, to the prevalence of whooping cough. It Koeroa hardly necessary to again enter Into details in connection with | MIsm McClure's work. Briefly she is I one of the most efficient teachers of j primary classes in Southern Alberta. In the second primary department the enrollment was -14 and tho at -tendance 33. Miss A. m. Newton is in charge of the senior classes of standard 1, part 1. Th.* change from part II. cIooms was evidently a good 1 In th.1 Supreme Court of tho N'orth-West Territories. Judicial Dis-i trict "of Lothbridico. J In the matter of tho Estate of j j Waller Thomas llenson, deceased. J Notice Is h.'rehy given that all per-jsons huvin? claims against the estate of Walter Thomas Hens, n. late ol Ijethbridge in thn Province of Al- ^FineWork a Specialty^ Thousands Have Hod Their Necks Broken! one as tho quality of her work is :Oerta. merchunt deceased, are re � much Improved. Her teaching is of i quired to send to W. C. Simmons, a high ordor and geo.-ral handling of ;advocate, Lethbridge, on or hefor*-xvork is highly satisfactory. ,ho lst dftV of February. A.D.. 1007. Standard 1, Part II., and Jxmlor statement of such claim duly veri-stanJard II classes arc in charge of 1 "cc' statutory declaration. aft�� 1  1  Miss 1. E. Addy. Tho enrollment iwhich last n��rtonod date the ad- urril>w> � thfir best plumage and ministrntrix of the said estate shall ,' plawd on exhibition at the Tn previous years, and placed on the market during the holidays, untl the same fate will befal the cull fowl this year. But the pure-bred stock will be MASONIC CONVERSAZIONE. Tho Masonic conversar.lono last I Thursday evening at Oliver's Hall 'was declared by those who attended (to hav� b*vn one of tho most en 1 joynble events of the season. There was n very largo attendance and the can- 1 gath 'ring did not break up until 1 ut nearly throe o'clock Friday morning. 11.'' The refreshments served were of the 'ti.ost de'.cotabl-? nature. Mrs. O. H. .j. ronmt them. Tho'truth seems 10 I > Ha*. E:i*;li-h j Jo'in^tcn, Mrs. T. McNnbp. Mrs mtn In the mass seem to \io unable | C. LivingHton; ond Mrs. I. M. to got the "Colonial" Idea out of j Pierce assisted |jy E. V. Dooloy W. Ila.vn-'S and F. Kirkham, looked after that end ol tho affair.. The musical programme was cmribut. d by the best tali Ot Leth- ANNOUNCEMENT. Has purchased the business of Horner & Hutchinson and invite the patronage of the citizens. Stock Saddles & Concord Harness made to order. Full line of Trunks and Valises. V. H. BINER, Manager. the "Colonial th?ir heads. Canada and Trinidad, Auatrnlia und .Jamaica-all are "Colonies," and the dwellers in or the visitors from them are all "Colon -ials" Canadians, in tha word of n Cabinet MinisWr at Ottawa, "doesn't liko being bunched in with a lot of la/y oillcials and niggers " Condescension of lh.3 cordial variety is hand-d out to "Colon.als" in largo instalments. The American literary man who, sixty years ago. wrotu concerning "A Certain Condescension in Foreigners," could have written a correspondingly acutu treatise on tho l.r dye can produce and it was greatly appreciated. Solos were contri -I,tiled by Mrs. Reeve, Miss Ournobt, Ifc-v. Mr. Chi vers and Mr. Kilner. a q uurt tio by Mrs. Rogors, Mrs. R,�eves and Messrs. Cunningham and llin-s ami romic sketch by Douglas M.ij' Mr. May's first appearance be-iore a L^fthbridge audienco wa9 a distinct success. After the program dancing took placo. Harper's orch- *ions which Can- cs'.ra furnishing excellent mus.c. Adians receive. They should not bo-come irritated, but they do. Profossor Wrong told a lot of truth. The articulate classes who havo thought deeply on the lament-ublo history of Urithh dealing with Cenvdiun interests are Jar from be- I ing un iiiimously glad und proud to ocupy a position of tutelage, but it whs a surpriso to many to hoar Professor Wrong boldly voice what they believe to be tho truth; nol that the Professor is any faintheart, but because it has not been considered indiscreet as yut to announce views If the trxith were known, in many cases business reasons have prevented. Another great source of trouble is tho letters which sonic fexv enthus -lasts send to Englisli newspapers. The "SiHjctotor of thorn tho other day in which tho iintcrmont took place at tho Church writer-who signed himself "Colon - of England cemotery. Tho pall boar-ial"-nnnounced that Canadians aro'ers v.ere, Aid. RoWnson, Pr. M w- De&th of Mrs. Deane. Thj nnws which roached tho city Iji^t xveek of the death of Mrs. Doano xvlfo of Capt. Deane. superintendent of thi Mounted Police at Calgary, and formerly of I-eth'Tldge, caused general regret. Mrs. I>eanu during her residence here made many warm friends. She was a woman with a large heart and her deeds of kindness were many. I 't h� iuneml took place on Satur-'dny Inst. Capt. Peans, his son. i)r. '{Ponna of Maple Creek, and son-rn-i law, Supt. Primrose of Maclcod.were 'pros nt Rev. .). S. Ch;vers conduct-' 'ed a service at St. Augustin's church : wh:ch was attended by many of the itself published one i lethbridge frieiuls of tho deconsod. Addy. Tho enrollment was 42 and the attendance 35. The attention, irrterest and order of tho pupils were excellent. Miss Addy is a diHgcnt, capable teacher and her work is highly satisfactory Thene were enrolled in standard II. s�i>ior. with an attendance of 3S. Miss j. c. McKay is decidedly an acquisition to tho touching force of your school. Her class management was good, and tho order perfect Miss McKay could also teach primary classes effectively. In standard III. classes 12 pupils were enrolled with nn attendance- o 38. As reported at sonw length on a j jn th2 Supreme Court of the North- 'be at llljorly to distribute the usso-cemlier, AD., lt�0rt. W. C. SIMMONS, I Advocate for Administratrix. Lethbridge Poultry Show Next February. One of the big events of Sonny Southern Alberta. ;'NOTICE TO CREDITORS, stock Judging Schools former occasion, I may now S|Uv briefly that Miss Furse Is a capable teacher and maintains perfect order. Oliver 1>. Austin had an enrollment. ol 33 and an attendance of 30. Standard IV. pupl s. The regularity of tho attendance, the it.terest, and the^ order of tbo pupils are excellent. Mr. Austin U nn aggressive, forceful teacher and in many ways be cxer -cisos a good influence over his students. Miss Edith M. Ells, has charge of standard V. department, hut teaches certain subjects to standards V., VI. and VII. Che has good teaching aWl.ty, .is energetic and forceful. Her teaching will be still mora effectivo as soon as she become* thoroughly familiar with our programme of studies. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL. In the primary department, there was an enrollment of 35 and an attendance of 20 Tho teacher. Miss Kinniburg, uMd correct methods and does good average work. The secor.d department has an enrollment ol 31 and an attendanco of 25. "Miss KUnmons has improved in management ar.d class tactics. Her teaching is quite satisfactory. The vice-principal of the Westmin -tor school, II. 0. Long, had an enrollment of 36 and an attendance of 32. He has good teaching ability, controls the pupils easily and w.ll soon have thorn trained to move in and out of class rooms, quietly and orderly. West Territories, trict''of Lethbridge. Judicial In tho matter of tho estate of An-drexv Hamilton lloldshlp Phipps, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all per-sons having clalma against 'he estate of Andrew Hamilton Holdship Phipps late of Writing-on-stono in thn Province of Altwrta. rancher, deceased, arc required to send to W. c Simmons, advocate, Lethbridge. on or Iwforo tho 13th day�07, a statement of such claim duly verified by statutory declaration, after which last mentioned date Tho two-tluy Stock Judging Dis" 1 Schools hold throughout the Pro-; vlnce during previous years, hnv. inn aroused u desiio for fuller information, the Department of Agriculture, nssisted by local or-^uuizatinne, hns decrded to bold tnotn extended schools for the study of live slock, as follows: Medicine Hat Jan. 7 to IS Magrath Jan. 14 to 19 High River Jan. 21 to 26 Irxnisfail Jan. 28 to Feb. 2 Live animals will be brought in . to the clnss room fcr demonstration purposes und a corps of ccm-petent instructors will bp in atten- ihe admin-strator of ths said estate j tinuce fit each meeting to give full L H. FOWLER fit CO. General DlacKsml thing nd Horseshoolng. Ktw bugtfiea to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windmills, farming mills, cream separators, grain picklers, bla-:U-trolth coal. LCTHBKtPCB. ALBtKTA. |K>.00 REWARD. Lost - Bay home, branded vs (monogram) l�ft hip.-J. R. BOW  SOK, Medicine Hut. Boost the Poultry Fair to be held next February. widely enthusiastic Hritishers. remarked in Kipling's verso; lie burn, .J. D. Higiniotham, G.H. John ston, M. Harford and C.F.I1, Cony-ben re, K.C shall bo at liberty to 3 stributo the assets thereof, having regard only 'o the claims of which ho "�hall then have notice. Dated this 20th day of C�wii�r, A. D.. PJOfl, at Ijoihbridgo. in Province of Alberta. W. C. SIMMON'S. Advocate for Adminiei . it >r RUSH Your Orders to "Wo woro taught by our English _ _ mothers j * To call Old England 'Home.' " Most of us bclievo charity iwglnii jixt homv. that, is why xvo aro so len-Of C'unada that is simply not the ', i nt with ourselves, trxith. Eighty-i.jven por cwit. of th� j Most men foar not so mush what people living In Canada were.born in ,Ood will think of thorn, as what un-n this country. No' five por cent of'will tUnM of Attendance Decrease*. Prlncpal Hamilton in his report of the Lethbridge public schools for December gives tho enrollment an 366 16 in excess of December, 1905. Tho average daily attendance was 301.2. There were four new pupils, tut a decrease in total enrollment of A- The average daily attendanco this year was 822.4, lost year 274.87. The total enrollment at Central School for the month wob 2W), for West-tbl&sWr sc. Morrison & Dixon For DRAYING BALED HAY COAL RUSH PHOJTE ISO. instructions ns to the desirable and undesirable conformations of the vnrious animals. Evening meetings will be held, at which lectures on breeding, the | feeding, nnd caring for live stock I will be given. Special instruction will be given in preparing nnimals for exhibition and handling thorn in the show ring PROGRAMME .Monday-Grade and Fat Steers. Tuesday- Pure breeds of Beef t Cati'li- Block Test. Wednesday-Sheep, Hogs, and Dairy Cnttlo-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 bo U3ed at the schools for demonstration purposes. Besides this, tho best animals locally will bo secured. An admission foo of One Dollar j will be charged each regular student. This money will form a fund i out of which prizeB will be awarded to those doing the best work �t the judging contest at tho close of each school. GEO. HARCOURT, Deputy Minister of Agricoh�r�. Edmonton, Due. 22ud, 1906. 1894 ;