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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. BUCHANAN, MMa|iR| Director. W. JORDAN. S�pt. of Job Dcpartmcat SUBSCRIPTION: In Advanco - SLSO a year Oti wi-  - 92.00 a year ADVERTIStNa; Per Month ' tlOO Per Incb EDITORIAL NOTES. The Might directory peopte say Torcn;.o has'a population of 323,601 But Might is not always rigftt. A SonKsrville, N.J., despatch says a tuiniator there preached a sorinon "a'.lting: down." It would have bocn more remarkable if he had preached it "fti'tting up." J. H. Fleetwood vas the originator of the school trustee con^wtion. It roust have bocn highly gratifying to him to find Uie first con\-��tlcn BO largiely attended. It is evident the convention will 1% an annual affair. Much benefit was iiceped from tJie papers road and th� discussions that took place. The Toronto Mail and Empire soys a "Skate Dinner" was given by Earl Grey in honor of Hon. Elihu Boot at Ottawa. Wonder whait the gue�t� took "tiie morning after" to fix tlicm up. Wonder if Lieut. Governor Bulyew will introduce "Skuto Dinner^" at Ddmonton. Bow much better it would have teen for Jamaica U the govemoi* liad been swallowed up by the �erth-iiuake. The Stanley cup is back in the Vi-�ait;'agBin. If we have many of tJie.se kind of wintci*s It will come ev^ri farUiei- west than e\er, for cities in the banana belt, like Leth-bridge, will then be able }ic> put win-wing'tcanis iu the field. SCHOOLJRUSTEES Hold Most Socce^srol Convention at Edmonton. J. H. Fleetvvooh� ttife one rdonicd coimtry school to tho largest buildiii^' required' 'in our cities. " TWs bootHvould guide school trusitecs so the bcttwand mo.st suitable buildings xi'ouki be erected, and in tithe a bettoj' tVoss of buildinga would be found a'l over tho country. Too often, sold tho siwakcr, w\5 think that if four walls arc put together we hft\-e a school house. We must educate nlso the aesthetic side of our nature. 'nio walls should Ise hung with pictufts. rci>roductions of the great masters, which will elevate and � teftne. �" The scIjooI grounds should be large enou'sh to  supp'iy room, not only for play oiid reci-ea-tion, but also for trees and Jji*ia of flowers. Beiautiful grounds will help, not only the children, but the entire community as vfel I. Tfte ijbvieriitaent'," said the speaker. shdUld appoint nh officer to �� that tKcir Jilan" arc carriW, and; that the actiobis ai*e well tsdostructed upon Moi-Mc-I'on- win. Vicc-PreS'fdenfs.- fl. C. Taylor, Edmonton; J. 11. FU-otWood. Leth-bridgiSrO. W. Smith, Retl I>o?r. Secretiiry-Trensui-er. -Supt. Scott, of Cnlgnry. Executive conuniitic- J. M. an. Fort SasknichywHii: Ja.s. Caig, EMmonton: .1. McKini, oktt: E. II. (.'raivdol, Calgiry. Dr. Shar|>o, Lacotuho. A ro.solutiini niovwl l>y J. SI. Mor-an of Fort Saskalt-lK'wnii, aiul scc-omled by Mr. John.ston of l>_'ili-bridge, was ndoptod by tho rnnv,i.u-tion to the adxict that the association of school tru.stet's shoultl Imvo rapi\>sentation upon tha sonale of tlw provincial univor.s-ity, if such wore cstabli.shcd. Another ruisolulion, moved by Supt. McCaig, secontl^i by Supt. Scbtl, vos nlso adopted, asking thftt the gov-ernmeiYt appoint n coimuission to obtain thj senLin^.^ni of tho people throughout IIm province regai-ding tho estubli&hniont of tho university. ThollefaW will give a further ro-IJort next week. CINDERELLA" SUCCESS Youn| People's Creditable Perfor-marce. Oliver's Mall \yas completely filled \ botH en Tuesday and Wtxine.s-am of t^nj Ijunch. Ho ciaicd in 2.'5 gaiiK^ and only lo.�;t lh!-Cv\ 'I'liiali of that yr I>oop:o w1k> iiy to t.'-'ll UH thjro nr no curbr.s j.l Ix'tlibridgo. Hrui� an his men, Andnw. William and Alox Sco-tl-i-.nolh'r ca.'io of Uruce lending Xhu Scots-won tlm llrowery and tho Visitors coiii|k-"tili"ii and took second in thj Burns, but abovo all, won tho Grand An-^rogi! to, stamping his rink as tile bt'.'it at tlvj bunipiel. In the Grand Chalciigi;, Ilruco was khockeil out in the eighths land he lo^t in the scconii round of Ihu WalkcrviUc. J. Kenny s rink, in w.hic-h were D. Jlclvay, U. liobscn and E.M. O'Don-nell, lost in the sri.vteons in the Grand Cliallengo, in tha eighths in the Wallscrvillu and Brewery. Tlvey made up by winning secoiid in the Buni.s and third in thj Visitors. jVorni.;n ilaiiood's rink took third placo in tho Wulkorvillo. They lost in the lirs'L rounU of tho Grand Chalknro. renilH\l thj eighths in the Brewery and were i^nockcd out in the socond round of Ijoth the Burns and the \'i�itors. D. DulT, A. E. lU.niphrios nn'd F. W. Barnes were in th:s rink. The C'nieiuv\' Al crtan says: I Th'jro was a I'ig ciisappointmcnt at ;lhj �cVofO'lvt of MeLcod, hy Trlm'blo to !tho l.olh!)ri(igo fo'ilowers, but hav-� ins loot his and one of his best and .sirongv.st men, in tlw form of the genial Humphries, Mr. McLeod can ecnsoia liiniS'Olf willi thithought of what might ha\c hapi>ened had his r'.n'i tiopTi in tact. ! roI:ce Ma.ji.strato Humphries of i I.i�'t]ibridg-3 had to leave for the frost bitten south on Saturday up-with Jluriel Mac- on receipt of a wire from that burg Oodmotncr, wore saying "Tuolvc cells full; more com- ijiist sweet, and tha G-odmolher dc- 'n scientific prinfciples, ks to heatins, j,ij.^red her lines very clearly and ef- in An Indiana woman is seeking divorce . from hor eighth husband, confident thot soma fool is willing to becoonc the ninth. That governor of Jamaica- should have been called Sourenham. Swactenhata was troubled too much Jamaica ginger. with . Frank Oliver did the right, thing in cancelling the KircholTcr lease of swamp'lands, in. Manitoba. Alter the way ho was taffled at Ottawa, Elihn Root will imagine atr^ he has to-do to annex Canada to Vankoodom, is to whistle and the f7iinucks will ruth to his nrins. - A St. Paul despatch says a Ne-liraMka man ivas lost in the forests of � Alberta. Oh, where! oh w*en>! are those forests. Load us to them. . F. H. SharnHtn is proving to toe lightang change arti.9t. It aeema but a few months ago that he was denouncing socialism In an encoun^ ter-with one. W. H. Moore,- In tfe columns of t4ie Fernio Lc-dgcr. Now his is out flat-toot�l for Moore as goealist cundidatc for Fernie for the B:. C. Ueglslaturo. Mr. Sherman is certainly a woaidor. , Medicine Hat offers a man 82,500 . talarj' as publiuity commissioner. � Xatural gas certainly gives the Hat ' Iota' of money, to spend. KELLOGG, THE BIRDMAN. All those who braved the extreme cold on Monday night to hear ;ert a-s to their efficiency. Sometimes sickness is given as an excuse when the children arc running about the streets.- In tho opinion of the speAbcr, a niodical certiAoate should be rJ*i^ired. I'olicu powers should bo given Truant oflflceis, and these powers should be HKirc clearly defined. Emploij-ere-of labor, who hire chil dren of school ago, should l>e liable to pay a fine. The act should define habitual truants. Tho government should invos-t^tb the conditions 6t parental and industrial schools in the eastern provinces, with a vIaw to the idubd-ing of some such school in Alberta. In tha discussion whidi ifolibw'bd a rural trtistcc stated that the distance limrt of one' and a iMlf' mikss had been abused by eotne parentis*, uirile in tha same' disirict' ohiMrai who had three miiaa to v,^lk hotnb' came regularly to school., llomc quick." Somoihing doing Lcihbridgv. IL-re is a tip. Wait fectivcly. Dora Nimnions and Irene until Uruc� returns. Stainforth as tho wicked step-s'isters McLeod of L3thl->ridge met hJs Wat-put plenty of animation into thair crloo aanin.st, Trimble of I-acombe to parts. Of course Cinderella is the 'tho tuna of 12-1. The defeat is nc-oentral figure of tho p!ay, and Mary counted for by tho absence of Mr. Simpson Ixyt'h sang and acted tha Humphries, lus No. 3, tho lead hav-part well. One could qujto forgive ing' to i)lay four stones, which the Baron of Tumble Povn-Dreary j brought about the fatal i-esuM,. The for be'ng so proud of this particular [ McLcod rink r-uit ih tho eleventh one of his daughters. jtnc-d by Savage. In tho' fourth end Bnice led by ono, tnen in tho fifth, jixth and .sovinth Bruca scored four noxt throe ends, giving Bruce a lead of one in tho tenth end. Bruce then scored throe in Iho eleventh end and iook�l a sure winner, but to show Airinging out tho nudicnco, tho second .i)oints. Savage caiiio back fur the part of the programme, which consisted of a, one-act farce, "Tho Coming Man" Was b,v no nverformanco. The four who took part in this were all adujls :thc spii.dors that, whera's thore's life Mr. and 3Irs. Dougllas May, Mr. .'V.W. j there's hope, Savage made a 'boau-B'ings and Mr. F. L, llarrop. Tho t-ifiil ."ihot with his la.st stone and chief part fell to Mr. Mtvy, and . ; amidst Scotch .voUs scored lourshots had not been many minutes on tha j Tor his rink. They decided to play stage before it was miito apparent janothor end to ' well carried off. We already have some talent Lathbridge nnd thno, and town and Wty boards.' two. The flreC- officers "cif the ^mociaiton-{ re aa follows: . Honorary Preeident.- Hpo. A, C. Rutherford, rreiuJer ahdMlinistor of Education. PnMd6ai:-.T. F. Fowler, Wetaskl,- Spmo tinio ago tho Board of Trade'* attention was 'drawn to tha intention "of the Prc&bytorian church,tors. to establish a- Indies College in Bruce, Bruce, will ya no" coraoback Southern Alberta. Rev. Dr. Ffarel -'atrain? man, of Calgary was communicated} Good thing Ihoi-o were cohipfLitions; with and on Saiturday last that gcn-tlcmon visited IjsthbrUlge nnd cpn-ferretl ' with' a niiinl>er of promiincnt citizens about the matter. .Vt a nic�tiiig in 'the 'Sovincil chanv bcr over which C.F.P, Conybetire, prcnidcd, ho laid the proposition 'l>a-fore the gathering, explaining that there were tut two colleges in Alberta at the. present time open to young woWn. the Albeita College at Edmonfon! and St. Hildas dt Culgnry. arid that the time was opportune to establish one in.Southoi-n Alberta, the choice for location l>e-lag Wtwceii Lcthbridge.and Medicine ''i^fi. Tho proposal of tho Presbjter- afld''tliat though Bran'* ia�' church �aW for- a ladies college,- Idoii C�Ilt^ was a Baptist Instl-. tutj-dh.' th.xt tho professors represented five itieiio:niintttfons nttd ^that tKo 200 .students rop'resiirrted a'l those churches nnd hailed from all parts Lot our western lahcl. The Man Who Looks Ahead ^ :o:crrox> EeftWdfle Iron RlorRs Co., Ltd. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights SUPPLIES TRACTION Bar Iron Babbit Metal Miners' Tools ll-ER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS GOAIPBTENT BOILERMAKEK SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED IN THE OIOICE SELECTED LANDS T DISTRICT I Have Exclusive Sale of the Choicest Lands In Township 9, Range 18 ; Township 8, Range 17, and a large selection of tho best lands in adjacent districts. We contemplate opening several local branch offices in Southern Albeita early the coming season, but at present all our business will be conducted from o.ir General Offices at Duluth, Minn/ the^RUBH THIS SPRrING will be the greatest known in the history of Canada VVett, anif^we/adyjse^.intending purchasers to GOlUt NOW^ and iiiak9 your selections Bil^pRE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOVX OPPORTUNITY M C. HNOWLES, General Agent Duluth, Minnesota. undciiQirinalionat character of the ii>stitution, both in fhundlng It, and throughout, A comniUtce was ac-c'ortlingly apjiointcJ, consLsting of W. C. Ivcs niKl J. D. Uigrinbothain', to mftkc tt preliinlimry canvass of 't}ie nitvticr, aiitl report tipon the r^ucstion.s of sU�s, ancl'inode cf receiving sulvscriptions,, anti organi*-Jng in genortil.. It Is understood that thV) gowrnaiCTit will ho ap-proachod. in regnrd to �deeding to the infititutibii as a sito .part of the p,rosent hariucks property,. Tha conv-iiiitti>9 >vill also i^onfor wi'th Dr.,, fijortlnjati roioiive to tho prpspQctufl to l)# prepared. 8 1?^ CutGlass %Qttr i^eoenjt impqctation^ in? Z; dude ;RaaMortineiilivo{. Eng- 4 'liah. Rock: Unistal, quite diiferent.. ftQin.ttiat, betorto-iore. shown. The Crttt*! Inrlf l� hea�lrr nl^lkie eiiltta ruB�ir th�B bruiwneyr -� " " ' Bqee BoifliSv Flower Cen-X trtfsrDe^^nteirs ai^d Jiigs pre most, prominent in the assort* ment/,,iK>jne'jo(' wblcb come J;mdtinii^>fr, irr sterling silver, IW J. Armstrong! JEWELER EMOBAV�B OPJTXCIAl!?. ' Agent (or BEU. PIANOS , < O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge. Altn. (Minneapolis.Minii., Head Office) J LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property hXcoons, AGENTS -And also General Real Estate Dealers------- LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With us. With our States connectionn we can probably reach more buyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO BUY. i ;