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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBBIPQI, AL7A.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 54, 1. Dozen- Fresh 2. (rood Dinner 3. Dream of Opium Fiend 3. The Waif "When the Flowers Bloom in the Spring" Prices I5c and 1. Nu Deli nnd Bell the clever sketch team 2. Ford and Ford in a.music- al playlet. The most-wonder J'ul child violinist on the stage. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Good Style and Good Taste N DEPUTY MINISTER BACK IN ALBERTA (Edmonton Bulletin) D. S. Mackenzie, deputy minister of education, returned to the city on Saturday an absence 'of neurlv six months, during part of which time hn was studying the educational system of England, n-ntl the other part as a patient in .a Loadou hos- pital, suffering from enteric fever. So rapid was Mr. Mackenzie's re- covery, since leaving the cure of his medical advisors, that his hale ami hearty appearance is a very pleasant, surprise to his friends jn the city.' jHe expects to take up the reins of j office at once, and it will be'oaly a j matter of a short time until he will i be as active an official of, the govern' -j ment as he was before he left. j despite his unfor- jtunate illness, has .met with creat success in his visit to the old coun- try. His object, was to study the English educational system, chiefly jfrom its administrative standpoint. [Before he was taken ill he met the i heads of thy educational board and BANCROFT CelUr Ur Fall aari Winter 20t 3 for 50c SpecUBjr ttuart. with jtyle and comfort; in. at-back; in. at front. Like all Castle Broad Collars, better than seems necessary, fits better, wears Icngrer. Fcr-style, service acd satisfac- tion, look co fur- C5ii3er3 ther than this brand. Daily Herald Market Place you have to tell or CoreslHace colnni. if you waat taythiif tbil COJWM. 25c iMOtJOB i iisertiots for SITUATiuws VACANT MISCELLANEOUS FOft tALf, ______________________________PROPERTY FOR SAH FOK SALE-Farmirig two I PROPERTY FOE lot. with complete steam plowing and roome, food' of farm Addrot Price c Farm Co., Carmaiif ay I fiwy. Apply O6C. wXj VT FOR SATP rv bouse ecuons rn iietn- ern; six-roomed house and once, consisting riots, on Westminster Boad S. J. McDiamid, vBoi 376." INeW rit-Rpfnrm 9 KiiHsm tbem much of the infor- i 1 il Z, DUllOn OaCK :mation which he desired. While con. 1 I valescinff at the home- of Dr. Garnet UUH appeaiS tO IHen WOO Want to the Educational Board of i the London County Council. Mr. Ma.c- something new and different. kenzie had the of BOOKpEPEB BASTED Pint- class bookkeeper and collector. ply, stating and salary to Box XY Z, Herald. GOOD-GENERAL servant wanted Apply Mrs. J. W. Balden, ceorn-r .Glyn and Courtland Sts 82 6 VIM.-C, W.UBIBUUU i IIH.JS, on WeSuniUftter AOad Annn sS" centre of the city. For further oar- ticulars apply P.O. Box 27, Leth- STORES FOR SALE-The now bridge. 83-0 occuPied by J-J. Johnston, Schweiti- Joe Fong, are offered FOE bronze cobbler and a sale-. removed on April gobbler and 3 white Holland gobblers, Bar- red .Rock and -White Hock pullets Laidlaw, Pincher Station. are offered removed on April offer in, to of Commerce. 82-6 es. Besides these, there were the number of private schools, tu where, teaching of every grade .of ex-'Coaldale cellcnco might be found, and lastly blacksmith, special- ly wanted for work on plows AD Ply to Coaldale Blacksmith riGw FOR strong democrat car-1 Road- neat ry a ton. Also double disc stubblerTi6' room brici foundation and plouflb. Both in Eood condition. I cash- Balance Cheap for cash. Shop 82-6 uugiiL uu luunu. anu xasLiy: _ were the denominational schools' man and steno which were a thorn .in the flesh of good habits. Apply Her every educational bill which had Box S 82.0 been submitted to the British Parlia-" u WANTED Women dishwashers no ther feature which was cause good wages to right party for remark by Mr. Mackenzie" was the j ancra Cafe, corner Kound and In elegant Fancy Worsteds up. are long and grace- set >ockets and roll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect taste. j lack of central control over the great Uftrin Streets. many of the mwn who could best in- varieties of schools. Many promin- j form him as to the practical work- ect leaders of education did not wish waitress at 4lfi ing of the English educational system to see central control, as' St 6SS at 416 only did Mr. Mackenzie seek in- they thought it robbed schools of formation from them, but he was Call their individuality, which made it! WANTED- ;ea upon to explain the educational possible for them to produce some of m.vogue in Alberta, and had the greatest intellectual, giants in Bartleti St .tne satisfaction of hearing it com- art, literature and statesmanship of mended by the ..English educationists whom the British Isles cau boast e "On'the other' said air. W i Si STEM "'the interest taken in the Astted as to were the main system of education in Alberta was a leaturesof the English system which constant matter of. inquirv. The cen- -vvi f l-T__ -__.'li 82-0 85-6 APPi.V Box P., c.-o. 81-6 e Co. FOS SALE new .three- Mare, 3 years, and. two lots, in Korth ior particulars apply to Jas FOR JMMa about 900 Ibs. iTo'cash. An-i For Particulars aj ply Box F., c.-o. Herald office. 81-61 bertson' Bo? 5Q6' City. cases, silent sales. rP? lots and fivejroom- man, counter, drug scales wanted for feet. of street front, drug store; state price. Box K Her- ounci Street; cash, balance ali UD to four voarc 83-6 APPlv to Owner" p-0. Box 13, Lethbridge. S3-6 FOE barber business -for sale, in the toxm of Taber, Mil. FOE SALE-Two acres and house on r rr j on homestead. J. Crabb St. Apply P 0 r. Hodgms. Box 122. 33-5 (Box 95, Lethbridge. for housecleaning at once. Aiinl-r at e cen- struck him most forcibly, Mr. Mac- tral control and along with it a nee- Good kenzJC said it was the lack of unifor- lessary uniformity of the schools ao- corner Are adBar Baitlett Streets. imity in the school system. Theref pealed to -the-'majority of were first what were known as tionalists with whom I conversed. public schools such as Harrow. Eton Rugby and Winchester, where the chil dren of the best families in the land were sent to school. Then there were the board schools, which were attend ;ed by the children of the poorer class They-advised'this province to always to maintain, that supervision and not. to permit the a.'most hopeless dissem inatib'h a hold on the English-school system." 86't-f- Apply Herald. Y take position as bank porter. 87.0 r T- shares in Leth- FOK on lots 10 and jndge Woollen Mills, paid up U' Block- 33, corner Bedpath and T" watson, Glyn streets; Purchaser must remove Jiox 393. Hosmer, B. C. 85-61buildings by.ite Pos- sessionvgiven after the 1st. Submit TJe-. outfit; I have two thousand feet of films. Good Bargain. Apply tc the Coleridge Hotel, Coleridge, Alta. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. NOT A CORRECT'REPORT Ubcrta HP "Tt f Aiocna. did not refer to the "inefficiency he saw in the Herald" the Herald's report of the meet- 'but to the "inefficiency.he saw in the of' Donald .Me- ing in the interests ______ in the K. of. P." hall Friday "ev- ening last, the reporter did not con- vey a correct idea of Mr, J. M. Rit- chie's remarks. Mr." re- ported, as referring to the Jniperfec- .FORGER GOT SENT DOWN s tions m the: Compensation oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in perion at he Dominion. Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. by proxy may be made at any agency of intending homesteader. months' residanoe ttpou and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home on a farm of at least 80 aerei solely owned and occupied by him or by "his father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader m good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six in eacfl of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain, districts Price per acre. Duties.- Must -eside six months in each ol tfaret years, cultivate fifty acres and house worth J300.00. W.W.COET, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication oi his advertisement will not be paid or. HAYR BROS. Genera! Hardware Sole Ageiita Ldhbrldje Aid. ESTABLISHED 1864 ffttf Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Resen-eand Undivided Accou ts tl Nercbints, Farmers and buckets Stlitilcl Money Ordera Letters ol Credit Sayings Bank Department UthbrHge Branch Co aid tie Block, St. ;