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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Fridmy, Jan., 131911. TTTS LE DAILY TTEP ALT> The Industrial Sub-division Look classes of investments. Investigate as much' as you You will fail to find anything that offers, everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT.' Come in and talk it over. F. C. Lowes o North AccMaat Co.. Lttw of AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots weit tide Block 128, cloce to Courtlacd flt. etch. 6 loti wcit Block running south from lane; only f 1-3 cub; 4 and 8 mot. i It V. GIBBONS GO. 1111 Ott Block WANTED OATS, BUT AUA1DCATS Error of Grain Merchant's Typist Brought Felin V Swarm Neligh, Neb., Jan. substi- DEVEBER ON POLLUTION OF RIVERS Senator .Veber, when in" Winni- on his way to Ottawa the other day, evidently had a reporter look him up for the Free Press has the follow- the H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOANS QAIF uALE IFurnithfd seven facing east on Ernest St., for ing interview with him on his favorite parliamentary The the pollutiin of Canadian streams matter in which Senator De Veber, of Lethbridge, Alberta, is most the tute of a lower case letter "c" for the letter "o" in an advertisement in the Sioux City, Omaha and local epperg has caused John C. Trothers, a grain merchant here, all kinds of trouble. Torthers, wishing to replenish his .sewage drains by; the emptyin of oats, concluded to advertise Writing an advertisement on a -type- writer, he manifolded it and sent cop- ies to the newspapers as follows: on track at interested at senator spoke present time. The warmly last evening SCHOOL TRUSTEE against 'the conversion of rivers into into them ,of -waBte-'inaterial, and of the Impossibility of dealing with this mat- ter by the health department of each Important Gathering At Wetaskiwin-Provihcial School Officials The fifth 'annual .convention of the Association of. School Trustees lor the Province; of Alberta will be held in. ttcr Asse'mbly Hall, .Alexandra {school, -WetaBklwin, Alberta, on. Jan- uary 25 and- 26 1911, The programme Wednesday-January 25th: Opening Session; a. m., President's ad- H: A. Malcolm, InnisTail, "Agriculture Jn the rural schools, u-. H. Button, superintendent Experi- mental 'Farm, Lacombe, followed by FIRE INSURANCE Protect your homes and Insure with strong, reliable See agents U R1PLEY CO. OFFICE, MACDONALO ILOCIC PHONE 1034 province owing to the fact that only discussion of gardens, their Will 10 .1-12 .-'blockfrom Westminster-Rd. and 1-2 block from 'Queen'-Victoria Park, each. 1-2 easlv balance in 4 and 8 months, at 8 percent. Dobbin 310 7th St. South Snaps in Good each-3 lots facing -south, blk. 124. nothing around there less than each-3 lots Born- paa, .facing north. 1-3, 6 and 12 mos. 6 per cent. each-2 lots bk. 126 each-3 lots blk. 121 facing eaat on William St. each, -2 lots, -Gutbill, close to London. A snap. each, 3 lots, .Glyn street, near Gourtland. 30 ft. Cut- v" bill fin- est building site in city. V Cut- bill; close in. The Dowsiejr- McMillanUndCo. 3rd 7th 9t A. M. J. Mvlhftm AGENTS FOR Rrt Insurance Pacific Ce. Alliance InWrantc Co. Gmnd Trunk T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Rtal EttaU and Financial Broken. Agents DUmottd City Towns! Insurance. Loam. T. N. Chrittia, Notary PuNk, HOME RULE FOR ALSACE Germany Form of ernmtnt for Conquered Provinces Neligh, bushels of cats. pay highest market price.' Not noticing the error he awaited results, which came sooner than he expected. Within a week cats of all kinds and descriptions commenced to arrive, consigned to Trothers, Some were sent prepaid and others collect, They were from the East .the West the North and the South. The agent of: the Northwestern road became alarmed. He was being swamped by cats and wired t'ae superintendent for instructions. That official not know- ing what else to do wired back. "Release all cats not accepted." Still cats continued to arrive, and still refused to accept the felines, but his troubles did not end the- dominion government has power to adopt- preventive measures. "The British North American said the Senator, "especially, says that what- ever is not set down therein as a.provincial matter must be handled by; the dominion government. There is no provision.for the handling of this ic pollution of streams by provincial .health departments, and therefore; it must go to the dominion government. The matter has been placed in the hands of the conserva- Berlin, Jan. Christmais gifts Boys'from town had learned-" of home rule: which has'''just'been that he was in the market for cats_ presented by .federated German commenced to catch the strays States. to Alsace-Lorraine, IB. and them to his Place ol looked at in the mouth rather last ae re- ly, by the German Liberals.- The most fused as; many as 500 cats brought interesting feature of this latest "boys and three and four times periment in niaking many-.coming in by rail. likely to W'the proposedrform of the Ifc is.estimated that full cats Second is to consist have shipped Neligh, and of 35 members, eighteen end "is not yet They" are becom- are to be summoned 'by the Kaiser on ine a nuisance and the City Council the advice of the Federal Council, is about to take action and order a These will, therefore, constitute the 'Slaughter of the animals, representation of the "lineprial 'and Federal interests. .other will consist of beads of the recognized religious communities, the Roman j Catholic, Jewiah and so forth; of four representatives elected by. the coun- j ells of the four largest cities in the Kelchslaud (Strassburg, Metz, Kolmar and c' three representa- tives of-the Chamber of Commerce; of as many from the Chambers of Ag- riculture; and one' each from the btrassburg Chamber of Trade; and lastly, of the President el the Central LAW Court tion commisisbn as being a non-politi- cal body. It is proposed to handle the sewage by-.means of sedimentary basins, percolation systems, and 'the use of hyperchioride of lime to kill the Bacilli." The senator touched unon relation between the poDutfon of streams and epidemics of typhoid and I other disorders which arise causes. -j.; tabliehment and maintenance. Afternoon session: 2'-p.m; Reports and naming of committee. p.m. Greetings from British Columbia De- legates.' 3-p. in. Manual training in tae Rural demougtra-j tion.ahd exhibit of material) J. C. Mil-t ler, B. S., Instructor Normal School discussion. Evening session: 8 p. m. tainment in Assembly. pro- gram, being, furnished hy the-teachers and pupils, of the Wetaskiwin schools. FOR RENT T {j We have for rent a beautiful, modem cottage at 269 Brunton street, one of most beautiful places in the city, at the rent of only per month. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Jofliuon Block ItS FIFTH STOUT As for the methods of election "for JAPANESE SHIPPING INCREASING NOISELESS TYPEWRITER New. Machine Invented That Operates By Pressure Inventors have Eor long aimed at In the tenth annual financial and economic report of the Japanese Gov- ernment just published some interest- ing facts are given-regarding the ship-, j ping industry of that country. It is Thursday, January m. The following resolutions have been receiv- ed by.tue secretary. Edmonton 5. .N'o, Resolved that in the opinion, of the Association j of School Trustees, for mors vigorous secondary school policy inaugurated- Hilltow'h. S.; D. No. that the minister of education be ur- ged to take immediate steps to remedy; the "evil'of the shortage of teachers (holding the proper certificates) from the British Isles to teach in the pro- vince.'' Haultain S. No. tnat the department of education "be requested to. amend- sec. 16 30 of the Schoo_L-Ordinance by striking'; out the "words "goods and chattels j found upon the land in .respect of; which the taxes are and adding land instead. V j Rugby .S.-'D. No. that all the taxes in arrears be paid to the _ _ different school districts by tfee gov- deadening the noise of the typewriter. jernment on February Ut each cither by producins a 'noise ess platen government tn collect other parts ol tne pres- ,.6. i o r witk mj.erest and expenses from the- delinquents.' Great West S. D. No. that in the opinion of the trustee! of tbis dfstrict the government grant to rural districts should be substantially T 3 lots in Blk. 150 on water and light, 1325 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. J v v; Tor on -Westminster Road, 14 44, per month. NORTH LETHBRIDOE REALTY WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHOMB 8-70 Acres of splendid Kootenay fruit land, five miles from Nelson. Good four (4) roomed frame two (2) chicken houses 12x26, cleared mostly in dover, lots of water, 100 trees Price cash, halance per month or any reasonable terms "V. ent type oi machine. .The latest effort to overcome the racket which is so disturbing to thinkers is the production of an en- tirely machine throughout the result is thai one can no the popular chamber, they probably pointed out that the Government-has show the on .which Prussia :long encouraged and protected navi- would UKe to the Reichstag Cation. Since March, 1906, special suffrage. .Males 2G years of age laws.have granted subsidies to those get one vote; these reaching 35 jet operating .vessels of more than a stip- strikcs the two and those of votes, julated speed and tonnage. ac lls The laboring population, which, Sjnce 1S93> Japanese shipping has everywhere, 5s very shifty is a steady increase. In 1903-the noise with this typewriter than with a pin. In "the usual type of machine tho typcbars. are arranfgcd in what is known as a "basket." From this nnr mal position a bar is lifted when a key is depressed, and. is. swung up- ward with increasing velocity until it, .ftc a hammer when velocity. The nr.w HOPKINS CO. NELSON. B.C. increased. Monirose S. !D. No. S13. Resolved that in the opinion of this board of trustees, that rural districts should be allowed to do such things as may be 'needed at the school, instead of hav- machine noes not operate on the hain mer principle, but on'that of thn press. By a species of toggle action possessed tons of the type is.moved at high velocity to entirely dlsfTtnchiwd hy clause re- quiring a.residential qualification ofiitcamers anll tons of sailing the pVinting position, but before it three years from all those who do or about four times the number reaches this poiht ils vcioi-'iov is cneck .possew either a "stake in the nine years before prior to the war ctl, with the result that the type is independent meins of living. TbJsjWith China. In 1904, the registered pressed into the paper j clause is obviouely intended to has increased by tans, ing to work. TUe beg someone else to do the following subjects sion have been sugested for dtecus- theugh not while at of 1009 it has in-; of exactly the same cap the A curious "feature of the scheme is to More than 50 per amount of time, tne provision that when more than Of tonnage is less than fiC-' Thr. two candidates in the .field, and teen.years' old. I none absolute majority j election is simply to held {again, instead of the two topmost onb undergoing a second balltet, as in tht case at present in ReichaUg elections. JUDGE WALKER TO RETIRE Winnipeg, Jan. Walker, the veteran of the court, will rotire almost immediately. He if now past the age limit and can retire OB a pension. This announce in ent was made in the county court yetterday by Judge Mayera, who taking Judge Walk- ers list during tbe Matter's illness. He stated that Judge Walker had stated At present Japan has thirty-five epen ports, but the bulk of its trade is divided between Yokohama and Kob. In both ports the aggregate trade.for; Ths typebar cannot move beyond the printing po nt, for whon this point, is. reached the roller, which travels in a cum slot, moves idly down the slot into a hinged link. In order to procure a clean-cut im- pression, and one that is not liable to become any worse with wear, a flat steel platen is used'. The paper amounted to over The fleet of Nippon Yusen Kaisha comprises 124 vessels that of suit Bussan Kaisha 472 vessels, and Qn a ruhbcr rollf but at tnat of the Oaka Shoshen Kaisha, >o3 tbc printing position it passes over a vessels and all of these companies are Cvhirh provides it with an paying 'ois dividends. Three lines are inflexible backing. operated to the United States one toj At the front of the machine there is South America and one to Europe.1 a dial and pointer. By turning this put in the form of motions: t-'dmpnton S. O. No. vs. rur- al differences in superin- ilcncc, arid'.administra- tion and environment. Gore S. D. No. School gar- dens. How can the teachers and ttirough them, the pupils be interest ed in planting and caring for them with the object of creating an interest in the study of agriculture? (2) How ran ratepayers be induced to take an interest in the school? Evergreen S- D. No. in rural districts. Other resolutions may be introduced at the convention. Afternoon p. m. Re- We want your farm oh short notice. A section tracts loans. M itw bargains 0. T. Lathrop, Manager to him his intention to retire Terr MRS. PANKHURST COMING Harvey Smith, widow, of was found in of iMMUt failure, TW Won en's Hlatarfeal Society had a Wit Hamilton' evening. WffragctU Leadtr It In Ntw to Lacturt on Rights New York, JIB. Sylvia. PanX- bunit (laughter of Mn. Enicline Paak- aurit, British arrived en iMcmahip 'St, She has ser- two terms !n Holloway jail for -will nakc a lecture tour under tae aaajfrcee of tbe Civic Foruin dis- cutlag for Women, Women in aayj WnglJth pritoa. n Otner principal companies are pointer one way ot the the Car- riajc may be nioved bodily toward or trqra the'printing point. By means of this adjustment, "the impression mav be made heavy or light, as desired, and the machine may thus be adapted to manifolding, the position of thft platen being reguiafrd according to the number" of copies desired. The escapement, shift, and back Toyo Risen Kaisha and the Msshin Kisen Kaisna. PERFORMED OPERATION FOR APPENDICITIS AT 3EA Halifax, N. S. Jan. steamer Uraniun which left Rotterdam on Dec- is carried and ic-d to the printing-po-rports of Committees, Election of Of- ficers. General Business. Hon. C. R.- .Mitchell, B. A., minister of education has promised to be pre- sent at the convention if at all possible and it is expected that a representa- tive of the department will attend all the sessions. An exhibit of school desks, appar- atus, etc., from the Western School Supply Co., Regina, and a represen- tation will be in attendace to receive orders. Every school district in the province is entitled to representation at the convention; city anfi town dlttirctt, two delegates; rural districts, one de- spacer movements have been rendcrrd 30 arrived here this morning'silent by an ingenious arrangement Shortly after leaving Rotterdam, Ger- ratchet pawls and "dogs" fitted with tra Gefcerich of 'New York, was taken ill and the ship, to operate for appendicitis in surfaces, ?o that OJ- a linc-has jre is no Even the the end nearlv been rcachrd order :o save the patients life. Under; mafccs a Vrrr faint but tbis jreat -difficulties, without proper j sound is amply loud considering the appliances, the operation was so sue- silence of tie rest of tbe machine. ceasfully performed that it is not con- sidered aecessrary to detain the patient in the hospital here. Tais is, perhaps the first time that ac operation for appendicitis has been performed on tbe Atlantic -without atop thip. Fees are due and, may be paid at the convention or sent to the secre- tary in advance: rural districts one dollar: town districts two dollara; city districts five dollars. All delegates who .come bj- rail snoald purchase single tickets and procure standard certificaies. if tra veiling over two lines get a certificate at tfle starting point on an Alberta Rail d I rrigation Are offering cheapest lots on or sale tlie mar ket; each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Captain Thos. "vVastle, fire chief of the paid fire department of London, Out., died at Sar. Jose, Cal. H. S. Peters' factory, are present with these .certl- for manufacturing overtHs and ether jlcsterf, the return trij will free-of clothing .is about. The otncen are: Hon. president, Hon. A. C. Rutkerfftrd, B. A., L. K D., each of the lines. If one bnndred dc- president H. A; Malcolm, Innfcfaii; 1st White Hat, 2n< Medicine O. J, S. OIT, Daysland; wreretsry trmoim, M. Scott, CaUrary; J. H. Fleet-rood, 5. Tocny RAymsad, Olds; j. F. Dr. A. C. ;