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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, November BElflJtlFUL SHRUBS "TlAre you aware of the large number of {inehardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardv en the prairie and will thrive there v .year after year, getting more beau til ul every We can send you a selection of twelve varieties., ;three years old, that will all bloom this coming summer and all vill bo blooming at different periods from spring un- tiLfalL The selection includes Lilacs.. Snoxr- 'bal-ls. Spireas. -Wiegelias, Syringas, Elders, Berberries, Snovvberries, .Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three years value This selection, all express charges _ V.7 -A, paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dosen B Bernard K. Sanclwell Tiie sc-iieol may he said to have be-ea Karris, editor of the International Ed- j laterally the iirst institution sec up byjucanon Series, "whether there is an- tsd wliire man in Canada. Nowhere other instance in America of so wise in the World Is the history of a use of money and supervisory power education so ancient or so honorable, as in this province of On- .Not ouiy are the schools or Canada the j tano" in its system of local control lotaesi in America, ba: they are also! and central regulation of" the people's valley urseries Mirror Lake, B. C. GEO. TAYLOR-S for choice fresh Cut Flowers, Boses. Car nations, lily of the Yalley... And all orher Flowers In sea- son. Funeral Designs? Wed- ding Bo-iouets 'and Plants of 2.B kinds for- sale and to reat Free delivery tc all parts -of vise city. CEO, TAYLOR FLQHIST Corner Banlett and London Pnac; Phone P. 0. Bos BALLOON FLIGHT FROM LONDON TO universities there are students ia the Province: H- n-teracy is practically unknown; and by an extensive system of scholarships tne Highest ranges of education are within the reach -the poorest boy wao possesses marked ability and ap- plication. The Hon. George Ross, a school teacher himself in the 'sixties, when untario her way toward tnis ideal system, was the Minister of education for eighteen years, the clos- ing years or the last century, before he became first the Premier oJ his pro vince and then a member of the Do- minion Senate; and he has left on re- cord the opinion that the Ontario school system "is the evolution of the oest thought of different legislatures, aided and -directed by the judgment of men who gave a lifetime to the task of-adapting broad principles of organ- ization and pedagogy to the wants aud aspirations at the people for -whom it was -designed." The same author- ity claims ten gre'at characteristics lor this system, which he 'describes as roiiows: KINGSTON SU1LDSNG (ARTS) QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY en the French 'settled' the shores the early "French schools of the St. Lawrence, tneir explorers j yuebec, first educational soiaiers and peasants aceornr-an-jerrorts of the.people of Ontario had led by missionaries v.-nose first j their origin largely in religious feel- I: was tc s-stabiisli schools for the These early Canadians wanted dian population. Nowhere else were schools, as laeir Governor and intel- ihe Indians -so treated, whether by lectuar leader, Simcoe put itr "From iiiiglisn, .Spanish, or Duteii espiorers which -more tnsn from any other When children or white birth :o' source a grateful attachment" to "His Start is Made in-Effort to Beat Long- Dlstance Record .London, Nov. Daily Graphic .the largest built in England Jeit the Crystal Palace at 4.45 o'clock this aiternoon for Russia in an at- teihpt to beat the long-distance record is the pilot of the balloon and there are four passengers aboard. in iyos the Daily Graphic despatch- ed a ijauoon on a reccrd breaking voy- age to Siberia, This balloon was com pelled to descend after about 36 hours e oolracfors Built If Frank, N'or.. large sanatori- um hotel at the rest end of. Franlc and which nas he-en in course of tion during the past rr-e months is now Hearing completion and ;n the course of a few more wt-eis Fiaiu will be able to pride itself on ha. ins one of the best sanatoriums in West- ern Canada. A never-ceasing flow oi the best, sulphur water in the Vv'est oozes from thf springs at-Frank nv-ar where ;he Maurice TiiJoy sanatorium is erected. This building is owned by the Can- adian Coal Consolidated ,Co., Lnnit- Public. School at Virden, Man. 1. is an organized whole, begin- nmg the kindergarten and end- ing-.wlth the unirersity. ,It provides free educa-tion for all persons under .twenty-one years oi' age. o. it sra-duates the courses of stu- Gy so as to avoid waste of time of the pupils and waste of teachiag power of tae. teachers. Choice British Columbia Fruit Lands UPPER OKANAGAN has an ideal climate and deep, rich soil. No irrigation is warm mild winters; no blizzards; nc high' winds; enormoujj yields of fruits ana tables; good traniporta- tioir, an extensive market; beautiful scenery; good fishing and shooting. This district the finest fruit grown any- .where... Its coloj and flavor commands the highest prices on the mar- ket. The prof its; are lax-ge and the CARLEV ORCHARDS is the .choicest tract in the- district It fronts on a hag: a' railway-station on the property. .it be bo.ught in. 10 and i'O acre terms never, equalled in British- Columbia fruit a inducement to _ to per acre V 'And only for land cleared and ready f or cash; balance' 1, 2 years If you wish to make money in .a pleasant occupation 'you-should'Ibolc into this proposition. You wili never have as good an opportunity again. Write us for_illustrated Pamphlet L., carefully 'compiled, from .Gov- ernment Reoorts and personal study. Black McAibine A.r PENDER ST. BrCr- of Canadian and British literature as again American, and other foreign writ mgs. Hundreds of-Travelling Libra- ries are' operated by this Department in rural communities, and.the children, in ail Ontario sciiools are encouraged to make possible use available, collections'. iiut it is -in. the -West that education has accomplished-its greatest marvels.. in part by a special tax-on'land. ;two -'thousand scnoois, nearly, -times num- ber it possessed! .wjien established a province in 1905, !-.and .some sisty tnousaad school- and' this year about two and a-half million dol- lars will be spent on the The province of Alberta. IB even more Botjrof. these young provinces have established state unJ- j Almost tiie first'thing done when a j versitles costing'-.half each new'area'ls opened up for settlement for buildings alone. '.Education1 in the is to establish'a school district, large-j prairie provinces is not "compulsory, I ly financed'by the revenue from lands put there is a strong .demand set apart, for" the" purpose in every 1 oe made so. It .is no'Uncommon thing towushi-p- in--the early seventies, and (Continued.on page.13) DALHOL'SIE COLLEGE up In the colony, there were Majesty, morality Wesiey College, .Winnipeg, I 4. Jt provides a 'trained teacher for j every school, aided by. public money. J 6.- It --furnishes 'a uaifotin standard j Tor every teacher according to his 'rank, it protects chiidrsa. against the .setnsaness of .neglect and -guafdiajis, by making attendance at schools and teachers all ready for and long b.ei'cre the rival settle- tostered, and take d religion .will bel scbcoi cdsipuissry. root throughout If; secures trustees against the the whole province." As' a result incapacity of teachers by a rigorous 10 tht south had done more largely of Simcoe's efforts, the Legas- examination and inspection. the setting it protects education from the WESTERN HIDE" AND JUNK CO, on account of a gale, having Travelled j ed> and narned president iisn inJiPs company who resides in Paris. i-ou m-ies. ______________ i Work commenced on this structure in j .June last. J. E Lusssicr Construe- Ltd., of L-ethoi'idge. secur- ed liu- contract for the erection of this building -while the Plumh ing Co of Lezhbridge. did ail the plumbing and Mr Eims secured the contract for the painting of the same building The Maurice Tilloy sanatorium is one hundred surf fifty feet long and seventy-five feet wide, with a. twenty- live foot centre front extension, it is three stories in height and has a full size basement; it has sixty-five bed rooms, bath rooms, a fear and billiard room, is steam lira ted, and lighted 'throughout by the Com- pany's own eirciric light plant; has a modern telephone it has i private.suits ivith parior and private! bathsi, is furnished throu.uhout. with Mission style furniture, is first-class and up-to-date in every respect, and be opened for business about the I first of the Tear. WE BUY ANO SELL All Mnds of Second Hand Furniture, Ladies' and Gents' clothins- Office and Warehouse 320 Crafab St. Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Letlibridge. Alta. Rip ley Transfer Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for Quantity. Phone 5S6. Office Opposite Methodist Church. man clear tiie sround for forts and nature in secured :arias. tiie youth o! Quebec were learn! apart of a large cordon of the public j caprice of public opinion by the ap- ing their letters in a stone school-j lands as a fund for the establishment i or inspectors during pleas- ure, and by the election of trustees lengthened term of service. lh It'secures economy and uniform- in text-books by placing their pub- lication in the hands of a central pro- vincial authority. It permits the establishment of OLD SCHOOLHOUSE, SASK. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- (s'acUou guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A Smith, 414 Wood Lethbridge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Graves" Sale Barn. St., on the -second asd fourth Tuesday, of each month. Qditly stops cures cok tic threat and iuniss. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce bj car. lowest prices. phone RIG. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Block. >tuckey to. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS noiise. The first teachers of Canada. tr.e ReooUet Fathers, wili in five years be celebrating tile -three hundredth mniveisary or their arrival. The Jes- had a in the5, city of Que- I Dec a year before the foundation oi j Harvard College in i !t is somewhat a far cry t'rpni these i aevoted C.aihoiic instructors to the On tano public school of the pre- sent, typical educational sys- tein c: the Dominion, and one which VI 11 Wcsleriv Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors f nftxt Arcade Phoae Timothy, Alfalfa, Brome and "Upland Oats-. Wheat, Bran, Roiled and Chopped G rain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Johnson Phone 42? Warehouse: Resr of Dallas Phcr.e 68" of grammar schools. From that time the scbools of Ontario and practically tiie whole of Canada, have been man- aged and financed by the people them selves'in their own school districts, but regulated and largely aided finan- cially by the centra] authority. To- day the three grammar schools of that time bave jro.wn to public scfiools. Catholic separate schools. 1-io high schools and a half-dozen of 5 Protestant School at Montreal, Que. separate schools.for Roman Catholics subject to the same standards of effi- ciency as the public schools. The Ontario Department of Educa- tion has taken a very wise, vier.- of its runerions, not at all confined to the mere management of schools. It car- nes 'on a vigorous campaign among tne public libraries of the province, improving the character and classifi- cation of books, promoting the pur- cnase of-serious works, other than flc- uon 'and encouraging the circulation Alberta College, Edrnontcri, Alta. been the motiel not ir.ost cl pro-inrfis or also Viiuch ia the LTniteu '''''s anc! "it ir.iiy be says'Dr. W. T. OLD AND SCHOOLS AT STONEWALL, MAN. THE CANADIAN BANK OF SJR- EDMUND WALKER, C.V.CX, LL.D., D. C.L., PnESlDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of 51 and upwards in this Department Careful attention is given to every account 5mail deposits areu welcomed. Accounts may-be opened In the names of two or more persons, withdrawals; to be made by any one of them or "by the sur- vivor. Full-and clear written instructions as to who is to make the withdrawals should always be when opening" accounts of this nature. Lethbridge-Branch C G. 'OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Undivided Proms Tolal Assets Over Use Our Baidt Money Orfters the next time .you-send a small sum' to any .point .in Canada, 'or to any large city in States. -They cost as 55 and ander 3c. to 530 15 to 6c. to 15c. With this low cost they combine convenience vritk -absolute safety. ____F.or larger sums use our Drafts. ccr. Round Redpath ;G- R. f INNINQ Westminster Rd., N. Ward J Stirling H. Acting Manager.. Grassy Lake- -A. VV. Saliiie, Managsr. THE MOLSONS BANK -Capital, Paid Up..............- Reserve Fund.................. Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and; In- terest allowed from date of deposit. .IT. S. and foreign Exchange bought and sold at lowest rates. A G-eneral 'Banking Business Transacted. BRANCH K. D. JOHNSON, Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MORRISON, ;