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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE LETJTRKTDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 OF A wondci'l'iiJ opportunity oi' ii generation of lifetimes has just been thrown open to the public, .starting- (he.sale of city property in PORT MAXN. Yon have an equal opportunity with all others to buy business or residential property if you buy-JS'OW. Think .what the completion of the C. N. It. and the opening- of the Panama Canal will mean to values in PORT MANN. Thousands of men and teams are pushing; the completion of the C. N..R. The Pan ama Canal is rapidly Hearing- the time when the shipping of the world will take that connecting- all Canada with more than one half of the world. THE NEW PACIFIC COAST FREIGHT TERMINUS OF THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY P O R T MANN PORT MANN Your chance to get in in the very beginning-of a great city. Never again will there be such a chance to own your part of PORT MANN. The last spike is to be driven in 1913 on the C. N. R. connecting the Atlantic and Pacific. That is not far off and when that time conies your opportunity will be past. See our.rcprcsentative TODAY and get in on the ground floor. -We own or control the major portion of this model city. Aii excursion is being planned to leave Calgary Satin-day evening-, for Vancouver and Port Mann. A rate of fare and one-third has been procured. Arrange with our Agents. FREEMAN-MacLEOD COMPANY, Dominion Block, Lethbridge PACIFIC PROPERTIES, LIMITED, Pacific Building, VANCOUVER, B. C. Special! Below the Market a few days only Sold in Pairs 25 to 30, Block Ifl, Alexander Addition, each Lots 1 to 10, -Block 20, Alexander Addition, each .Lois 4 to 5, Block 28 Alexander Addition, each Lots G to 10, Block- 28, -Alexander Addition, Lot i (35 feet on corner) Block 2S, Alexander Terms 1-4 cash; balance In 4, 8, and 12 months at 8 per-cent. FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR'CASH W. R. Dobbin SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE COMMERCIAL CLASSES I THE SCHOOLS Snaps Fine eleven' acre tract" Dt Fruit la-ad adjoining the town- Bite of Kalso, B. C., lightlj- timbered; four acres partly cleared. Four fine lots close to Hotel, Bow Island, best buy in the old towasite, no sub- division, at 5260 each. Three fine lots also large corner, McCulloch Addition, Klpp, Corners close to J20.000 hotel. New "five roomed cottage close to hotel, lot 26 x 26, frne' 50 foot. lot, alto two good res- idential lots, 1200 each. Pin- chei City All or-any of the above on small cash payment and easy W. J, Williams OWNER 1212.6th Ave. S. Ltthbridgt New Barnes Coal Mint Lump, Mine Run or Screenings, by the Ion or carload lots. 'HONE C. 0. CX. NOW 1 Is the time to INVEST List Your Leth- bridge and Bow. Island Property us The E. C. Ludtke Land Co. MONEY TO LOAN Farm.Land! a Specialty; Insurance, General Brokera IP-LAND. ALIERTA PHONE Martin's Baggage. Transfer 1385 Flax Seed FOR SALE ALSO Chicken Feed Being FJax Screen- ings W. R, Dobbin Sherlock Block. Stipt. Hamilton Makes an Important Suggestion to School Board That the school 'hoard should stituto a commercial department In connection with the city schools, pre feratbly in the High achool; is tlie con- tention of Supt. Hamilton as set forth is his monthly report .fast night. His contention is that of probably forty pupils who will enter the High school departments from the public schools next September, fifteen or less will graduate from the secondary school. I The other 25 are lost in the business world, and in order to fit themselves for a business life, must seek else; where for the technical education along commercial lines. No action taken at last night's meeting of the board, but it is under- stood that the school management committee will bring in a recora'men- tiation at a later meeting. Owing to a change in the mainge- ment of the kindergarten schools, making it necessary for the teachers to remain during the whole day in- stead of only half a day as formerly, Miss Ault of the Central tschool kin- dergarten' entered a protest. The school management committee, how- ever, brought.In a report to the effect thai''the'new' scheme'should be tried till midsummer, when a report oil the feasibility of the change will be made and some definite policy adopted. T. 8, Kfduer, director of technical training In the Calgary schools, will arrive in Lethbridgo on Saturday lo give expert advice on the' manual training situation, before tenders aru awarded tor the technical building next week. All recommendations were 'therefore withheld until he has con- ferred witli the board. He will meet the members of the board at lunch- eon at the Lethbridge Hotel at one o'clock Supt. Hamilton reported that, owing to the Increase in school population at I-IardlevIllc school another room had been opened In that school on May 1. The number of new pupils registered during the month was 07, bringing the total enrolment for the term up to 1-153 compared with 1222 liist year, an.increase of fifteen per con l. The total ciiTolrtiont for April wna 12ftfl; in April, 1011, it wft'a lOfiti. The j average attendance for the term hfi'-J j been ugahiBt 368 lam yoflr. Tim increase were both gratifying to the members of the 'board... "Miss B. Ault was given leave of ab- sence owing to the serious illness of htr father at Barrie, Ont. Major Stewart was present on be- half of C. A. lUagrath, ex-M. P., for the purpose of asking the board to appoint one of their number on the committee of five to take charge of the Magrath athletic '.fund of ?300 re- cently donated