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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. JULY IM9. Jit Daily Herald (907 fublished by the Daily Herald Print- Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Round St., Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail..... 3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, ihree months, by mail .85 Addresses changed as often as de- sired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in advance Six months, in advance....... .75 Three months; in advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD is on sale at the following places: Saga, J. G. Robertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham Ce., J. J. Johnston. Co., R. W. Ham- ilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. L. Eversfield, Druggist. J. Stafford. B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, Atchiscn. L. Reinecka. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. Werts. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In the world FOUNDED A.O. 1710 BI-CENTENAItY 1910 HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND Canadian Branch, Sun Building, Toronto, H. M. Blackburn, Manage C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBR IDGE, ALTA. atiou of such by oilier j successfully by. havng a separate in- than purely practical teaching and jstituton with that ono aim in work." That is, the work of the pro- posed Agricultural College is to be theoretical and in tJie nature of in- vestigation while the practical work s to be done in the proposed second- ary- schools. gees on to s equipped ami manned for that pur- pose and in a location where the prac Car of On track To-day THE AGRICULTURAL WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE UNIVERSITY In its issue of July 3, the Edmonton Bulletin in an editorial very appar- ently inspired deals with the subject of the location of the agricultural college. The writer endeavors to make a in favor of having the college at the University, the intention of the Uni- versity Senate. It is admitted that "as far as numbers are concerned" the preference' seems to be for the separation of the agricultural college from the the edi- torial says, "this cannot furnish con- clusive argument if the establishment of agricultural colleges within the un- iversity is the result of later and bet- ter thinking and a right concern for the higher efficiency of such colleges." There is no endeavor to prove the question but rather an admission in the next sentence that sucn is "rather, beside the question." It has been shown by many others, 'however, that the result of the latest and best think- tical work as well as the theoretical work can be actually done. Alberta is full of college bred farm- This inspired editorial; ers from various provinces and states. "The significance of [There are of others who he action of the "University what kind of an education a far-! imply means that the higher institu-jnier needs. These men know bett tion will be begun first, but ce'lege professors and other pro- he university authorities nor those jfrssional and business men what are harged with general educational the requirements and luvw best to at- erns can afford to lose sight of the'tain them. It would not be far astray necessity of bringing into existence.'to say that in each school district ot only one but a group of purely. in the English speaking parts of Al- ractical schools of agriculture which'berta, there is at least one man who answer the needs of those con-, is in better position to judge in the erned with general farm practice matter uf agricultural education than j different localities, but which will also.' one-half of the members of the Uni- j make the work of the higher institu-iversity Senate. This institution must tion more effective." ;be for the farmers, Tney will pay for That is just where the whole They will benefit or not directly posed system falls down. What Al-'by its efficiency or inefficiency. They I Ik fader b, Ltd.! Wb'dsaie and Retail PUooe ti berta wants at t-he present time is a should system of agricultural education that. have a will develop real practical farmers, j not kid-gloved farmers. The reason- able order if there are to be both kinds of colleges is to have the schools for practical education first. Then it any students show an inclination for further research and the "appropriate tlisseiniuation of such knowledge" pro vide for them at the university. The college is not primarily for the crea- tion of professors of agriculture but rather of practisers of thai profession. The Ontario College takes fr.ys from the public school and the lower school and makes DC given an opportunity voice in the matter. OUR POINT OF VIEW to f Side Ljebts Send Him to Prison (Stratford Beacon) A boy nine years old was found drunk on the streets of Chatham, practical farmers OUT of them first. mi. -IT. Liiaii u The practical college _ provides means emphatically, for a certain amount of research and Hon. Mr. Murphy, sees the West. ____________ in the right way. He does net information has been laid charg- his opinions from tie car windows. a barkeeper with supplying the If Canada's ministers ought to come t0 the West more frequently and go across the ocean less. Tlu-y would have a bigger and better idea of their own country if they did. I _ His Next Blunder (From the Halifax Echo) We bow our head in shame to learn that a Nova Seotian has been caugbt in Ottawa trying to post a let- --r-fv j boy with intoxicating liquor. If the offence is proven the utmost fine the law prescribes is an altogeter inade- jquate punishment for such a fiend- ish offense. FOR SHORE OR rough walking anywhere, in you'll find nothing so conducive to comfort as the Berosford shoe of which we have a great many pairs, many sizes for the outfitting of men, wo- men, boys, misses and youths for out- ting delights. Prices range from to Examine this capital shoe. Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Hares anil Geldings i J. F. Rodgers Sale Stabh.'S Wood Street, Lethbridge CARDS Coal, Ice and DRAYING F. German, The Shoeman Beside Bentley's Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 J more than pay more usual for coal savs' 'No' investigation also. }Ianv of the pro-, i. -j T j with its 012 bridge and creat ctol fesscrs in that and manv other -u T mme shait has the rest s' ter in a fire alarm box. Just leave jhim alone and perhaps he'll blow Out i the sas. cultural college uates of the 0. college. of America are grad- A. C. and of no other of the "world beaten to a frazzl world's wonder line. Kipling's Latest (From the Ottawa Citizen) Perhaps the cable has mangled up a bit but it looks very much It is only right and no one would Teddy Roosevelt must have Uiu_n as argue against having the college affil-j by a lion for not a word has E- Kipling had taken his pen lated with the university. If students appeared in the papers about his hunt-1in hand once to0 often. xvzsh to take further courses in purelfcjg experiences for a week. science they can do this is ing on the subject of agricultural ed- ucation in many states and provinc- es is that the agricultural colleges are separated from, the university, are established separately from it, and remain so. The .instances of the uniting of the agricultural college to the university or the establishing of them together are rare, if indeed there are any. _____ r Sermons in Sentences not a part of the farmer's agricultural j E. H. Harriman is starving to death the Chicago Tribune) and if the agricultural col-j because he has indigestion and can't! Many put a thousand lives in dan- ger rather than hurt the feelings of one. Taking pleasures as they 'come is miserr. .ege of Alberta is to be for anybody, it must be for the fanner. t Outside of the question of the hav- ing of the college near a large -city, or having the agricultural students get rid of it. Poor fellow, and he is worth a half hundred million, too. What is. money when it can't buy health? in the same institution with those j Calgary is accounting for that awful of arts, law or medicine, or the loca-1 rainstorm by pointing out that the tion where all the different methods i Lethfaridge ball team was in the -city of farming can be studied i for the day. and practised, the separation of tho agricultural college from the univer- The Lethbridge ball team brinss sity is desirable, if not indeed essen-jrain to every city but Lethbridge. tial, from an educational standpoint. What is wanted is an agricultural col- lege in a location with an equipment and a course of studies that will give They have to leave here before we can get a drop. attempt to uphold its argument tha its contention is based on "later and better.thiaking" the Bulletin umftt- ingly proves later by. reference to the Ontario Agricultural College that -the "later and better thinking" is in fa_ vor of the separation of agricultural college and university. The Ontario Agricultural College, it says, "from be- ing a school with provincial aim has become an institution of national pride and continental, even world- wide fame. It has become a true in- stitution, of seifinftii .m and function and its science and prac- tice have paralleled each other. The case of the Ontario Agricultural Col- it goes on to say, "has been frequently cited to snow the success of the separate institution. Those who are able to go back any distance in the history of the Guelph college could not do the shouting twenty or twenty-five years ago that they can today." It follows this by saying that the college naver .felt its life until President Mills by organizing Farrn- era Institutes and by other Means in- culcated the idea of agricultural edu- cation and brought the farmers and sollege people touch with each and thus' interested the public. The Herald is .prepared to take the Ontario Agricultural .College at Guelph as -a starting point for the Alberta Agricultural College. We have the benefit V. toe experience of the. Guelph College, public interest in Alberta is aroused, the idea of ag- ricultural education has already got hold of the people, farmers institutes and other organizations :V-.ave empha- sized the idea already with success. But the point lies in this, Is there any idea as a result of this 'later and -better thinking' of removing the col- lege from Guelph to Toronto to unite into closer relationship with the Uni- versity? No one ever thinks of such a move. The success of the 0. A. C. makes stronger the argument in favor of separation. What Alberta wants is an agricultural college the rank and function of that at Guelph and not having the handicaps suffered by the latfer to overcome it could speedily attain it under similar conditions. According to the Bulletin the plan advanced by the iiurversity senate .provides for a number of secondary agricultural schools throughout the province. are for the practical teaching and work of agriculture. The .work of the collefe in connection with the university according to the Bui kifn "the function -of the univer- on the aide of investigation and the extending of the bounds of know- ledge and approprite dissemin- ianuers and this can practical be done I Love to Love a Mason 'Cause a Mason never tells another supply of this aristograph picture has arrived. Amongst sheet music ar- rivals to the Sailor Lassie.3'- "I'm Coming Back to Dear Old Maple Land." loc each. 2 for 25c B, SUGE, THE mm mm Our clerks stop work at 6 p.m. Our patrons fix our closing hour Houses have been going up by the hundred ever since the opening of the year and still there are people who i say they cannot get a house to rent. Building is far from being overdone here. American papers publish a despatch dated; Winnipeg in which Gen. Otter is quoted as bragging about Canada's ability to beat Uncle Sam at war. Gen. Otter never opened his mouth about war and the despatch was a lying fake. In all likelihood it was written in the office of a yellow newspaper on the other side to fill up space. The fakir ought to" be filled with a dozen charges of lead. Will Raise the Rocf (Calgary News) Up to the time of going to press no record of the population of Edmonton has been turned in, so far as the spe- cial census is concerned. One of these days Strathcona will unite with the northern town and then there will be a shout to split the canopy. New Work For Fire Brigade (Toronto Star) A fifteen-year-old hoy in Brantford, after having been under water for ten or fifteen minutes, was brought to shore and resuscitated by members of the fire brigade, who, during the past winter, took lessons in the work of reviving the apparently drowned. Do You Want a Home? Here is your chance. Six-roomed cottage, stand- ing on two lots, facing east on Westminster Road, be- tween Bom pas and Court- land. Price Terms J. I. EAKIN CO. P. 0. Block Phone 383 General Teaming Wft do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy. ring me up on Phone 201. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR DR. W. S. GALBRAITH-Phraicwn burgeon, Accouchcr. Hours- 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. phone D3. DOCTORS MEWSURN AND OEANk -Redpath Street. Houra-Before MI., 2.3. 7-8. OR A. McNALLY-Office Afford Block. Office Hours-i, 13.1... Phone night .od d., DR. j. Surgeon. Accoucner, Block Hours-Til) 9a.m.. 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day night. 342. I ano Stafford Block, Office Hours-9.30-12 a m 7-8 p.m. p.m. i JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Bos 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 M 4 Straw- berries This week we have a large shipment of straw- berries for preserving Leave your orders early m H. McKILLOP CO., Successors to THE J. BROWN CO Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Sieam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of etery description Satisfaction guaranteed The Michigan editors will be her-1 tomorrow and after they see the city and district they will want to remain here forever. The circus people seem to fancy Lethbridge. We have already had two here this season and another will be here in August Former Police Commissioner Bing- ham is arresting attention in New York now while another chap is arrest ing criminals. M MM Important Notice to Miners We are .offering you the best values in MINING SHOES at..........12.25, and 13.50 per pair These shoes are guaranteed to be good and solid all through Meirs working shoes 50 and FITWELL" for Men at per pair made from box calf, velour calf, vici kid, tan calf and patent calf leathers. Greatest value in the west HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY If You Have Any Money To invest drop into our office, or write us. and inquire into the soundness of ARROW LAKE FRUIT LANDS as an investment If You Want a Home we will show you how to get a sub- stantial one at the Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, Gen. Agent Whitney Block Lethbridge I WALL PAPER Largest and best stock in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing Etc. __ WELLINGTON Bros. J Cor. Cutbill and Court- Box 644. DR. GARNET T. IVES DENTIsr" 1-5. UNDERTAKING and nigfit. open da> MADAM Pi- aniste. organ and voice produc tion. Visits or receivea pupils preparatory or advanced. Coachjn. Howard Houi-e. Crabl MR._ ALBERT ELY-Pupil Bnggs MA., Song Singing ano Voice Culture. Pupil of Qhaa Haucock. Esq., F.R.C.O., L.R A M Organ and Theory. Voice culture' Pipe organ, piano, harmony and taeory. song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recital-, etc. on Box R90. bridge, Alta. many of Berlui High Class Scotch mus Open for recitaS quets concerts, etc. For Ply Royal Collieries, WESTERN Smi3NEHY Opposite the Publicity Building For PUBLICITY Printing Business Systems maniifacturei in the City. WESTERN SWim COMPIIIfl Barristers, So- Money to loan. immons S. J. Shepherd Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFPJCE-VJCTORIA. a. C. LODGE PRIDE ALBERTA, No. 2sJ3, of England Benefit Societ) Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hall every Brat and third Wednesday the month 'at 8 p.m. For fu apply W. J. Fred T. Robio W. President. 8ec., Box 57. C- F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., D Barrister, Solicitor, Etc Conybeare Block berta. SURVEYING Land Irrigation and Hv- ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOH1 F. 8. Whitney Block. Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized.......................... 110000000 Capital Paid s'BflS D. R. WILKIE President HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-fres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention ia given to Savings Accounts. of 11.00 upwards received and intcr- cs. at current rtta from date of deposit. LETHBR IDQE BRAMCM-W. R. Manager. Begin Block, Round St., Bentley'a Store. Meets Is and -3r< M o n d ay in K of P Hall at o'clock. Visiting Drethren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-lj OUS NEIDIG, A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. LethbrWge Lodge Regular meeting night the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.fh. Visiting brethren rill al- ways receive a hearty welcome, A. C. Measer, W.M. G. V. Btorkey. Secretary, P. 0. Box 637. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. Meetg in the Oddfellows Hall every econd and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will ways receive a hearty welcome. Coun- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker, W. A. dprk. N. MICS nurse, will open a private maternity hos- on Wallwork St., near the El lison Mitts on July 14, 1909. Phomt JAS; A. Macdouuld Block, Eetipatb Streri Lethbridge Alta. Calgary Specialist in Fireprool ing, sanitation, heating and ventila- Carver, M.B.A A XT T11 i' r fl Lethbridge Bryan ED.T.BROAD-Contractor and build er. Estimates cheerfully given. pairs and alterationa executed Ti the shortest notice. Box 730. bridge, Alta. R- E- and contractor, iightinf er installationa. Plaha cations. Office McKeownY ware. Phone 302. SEATON-Contractor and H %tunate8 bee- Hei and alterations a specialty. J. H. man and contractor. cheerfully given. If 70U want to see our new ideal in construction, let ua show you. They non't coat yon anything. Address Lethbridge P WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and oou- tractor, ia prepared to im cli- mates free of cost on all kind, of work ui the building trada, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box 811 Lethbridge. G. C. Toronto) Builder nd contractor. Estimates promptly urnished on all kinds of buiMinn; noes and satisfaction guaranteed pply to Room 7, OUrer Block. Ml-t ERBERT RAMiDEN-Contractor for foundations, concrete walks, ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Box 630. City. 174.3 ;