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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November THE LETHBKIDOE DAILY Page 13 We have several good propositions in farm lands which are worthy of your consideration. Come in arid let us tell you about them We are exclusive ageijts for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment in Letlibridge today We represent The North American Life Assurance Co.-The London Guarantee and Accident Co.-Phoenix Assurance Co.. Ltd.. of London. F. C. LOWES COMPANY Kepresent ing: North American Life Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co., Limited, of London. Offices Edmonton, LETHUKIDGE, High River, Nanton, .Vancouver. SPECIALS Block i North vater. halatfcofthfeei six. nine-and twelve months. lots. Block 148, North Ward.' each, one-ibird cash? bal- ance, six twelve months'. 4 Biock water and sewer, balance ilx and twelve njonitta. 3 iotf on, GJyu Street, (near Courtland) one-third four and eisht months. 3 Jots, Bk-ck 25, facing east, near McDuff street, each; one-third cash, balance rour-and eight'months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good location, ?3500; cash, balance .in monthly payments. "R. V. GIBBONS CO. Piiotie, 1191 Ott Block EDUCATION IN {Continued from page 12.) I generosity o: a few wealthy citizens land to the wisdom of its directors in devoting their funds at an early per [iod to scientiric apparatus. nto University, always famous irbr its Arts teaching, has in the last years bten financed by the On- __ jtario government to a point where it lor a. school in the West to have compete to- some extent with Me- inls.of I'.veuty or thirty different for science Deuomina- over from Europe, indjllonal colleges, universities, both for hardly .ablejq speak a word; of En-.' [.theology and arts flourish all over the iish: but the of making them Can country, chiel among the Protestants aaiaiis is being carried on with as- the Presbyterian fouu- H iT ARE BILINGUAL .SCHOOLS? (Ottawa Free Press) A prominent Catholic educationist, fff g eUicieucy, Like Saskatche- feuou -at Kingstouj and among the GROW APPLES at KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and. live in comfort. You can live in au ideal climate, enjoy fins scenery, hisnting and fishing, and make more money an ORCH- ARD TRACT at you can on 160'acres of prairie land. 'GROW pears, poultry, AND .GROW RICH.' Others are-doiug not YOU. Splendid climate, high winds and clust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, J.FRU1TVALE LlMITEb, 23 St., 3. C. NO R'EPRESEMTATJON THE-LETTER BOX a gentleman who has taught HI tlje-'-varioas -studied an'd spools, from elementary to The university and is m every way competent to express" an opinion, was- asked the Free Press to explain .the -term "bilingual aM'why they hare the object of "such severe criticism at the hands of Bishop Fallon. In re- sponse he drew up the following mem- a- careful study of which win give an intelligent idea or the im- portant discussion which is-now on in j regard to the attitude of the Bishop! of 'London: j The term schools" is the[ source of "endless confusion. Certain! to think that opposition; to bilingual schools such as actually i exist in parts of involves op- position to This is ab- surd. Bilinguaiism is a good and de- sirable thing, -Multilinguaiisni would) be much better. speaking of the bi- j lingual, schools of his diocese savs: '.van, Alberta school children. Jh Manitoba there is an even more strenuous fight going on for Uatholics -the University of Laval at esec.-'-with-its branch at Montreal. "in the schools that are inflicted onjr these children neither- English.' nor. jb'rench is properly taught nor decent-' Nov. erland has rejected the constitution- al amendment.'providing- for a system ef proportional-representation in the ejections' Tor the national council. The vote s.s announced is "against the aniendment. Re FERRY AT WARREN'S FORD The McMfflanlandCo. Real Estate, Loans -and In- A. M...Dowsiey J. B. Mulhern Phone 544 buys' beautiful tally modern Four- St South, electric light, bath, etc, only handles shack and lot close in, -on water, 1500.00, easy terms., each buys two lots, Block 22, Duff Extension. fully modern 6 roomed house, Sth St. S., only Very easy buys one of the most Tip to date'houses in div or Lethbridge o'n 7th Ave., ful- ly "modern in every respect. See this one if yo.u. want an up to date home. Houses to rent in. all parts Ox-city. We -would like to get your are. many desirous to {get a petition signed to gerthe-ferry i free at Warren's Ford. 1 if a petition lay for signing'at Sun- __jflial, iron Springs and.at Turin post v .joruces, and at (Trkv- wjeiiers' Rest) near the ferry, the mat- ter-could be laid then 'before our es-j teemed _YL P.-P.-for the district, and. the Minister of Public Works. When Jons sees the amount of traffic -that now goes by the ferry one wonders Hi how the government will spend cwo j ill or three thousand and build a bridge- jand it be'free and a' ferry which costs j fonly a hundred or two, charged such' Ian exorbitant price.as, 25c. per team, jl think -the Board'-of Trade at the met- jroppiis and the traders i at Coaldaie and at "Royal- Colleries. i-etc, ought to give a helping h.and to ;get this ferry free, as it affects each jdistrict commercially. Let's'get the I sail roiing and the petition signed. j Yours Technical schools, Ontario as usual ly spoken. The regulations I-i leading, .the way, have sprung up In j Education Departmtht are in jsory education than further West, j important, .centre under provin-j stances .utterly" disregarded, and wmte.tne schoois there are doing ex-j cial direction, -but there is at present .cause of conditions that obtain eelleni work, the cause of education j a movement on foot to ascertain what flren -are either not sent to school-at] all or -are '-withdrawn, in face of'tho PLAGE ORDERS NOW your want's, from the ISfursery. Plant late in October and not next- spring. Be sure include a few eight foot -Russian -Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks.. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to yosir station Our Large 'Cornet (Bed) Currant and our Black Champion are winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to; v prairie planting. Two years, f'2.00 per dozen and prepaid: 7! Three years, per dozen arid express- I We prepay express charges. Wre guarantee our goods to- srowv i We :tb mail oiir price list to y o v -I We want to please you. 'Xvl -i Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley -i Mirror Lake.' B. Q. OXB WHO FEE-LS THE CHARGE overument can do for this in general has been greatly handicap- {'peel by constant conflicts regar-dins ,-tce rights oi" the iiomaii Catholic inin- e the bi-anch of education, from which those wno-pnc a broad construction on the listl Or anythins: Can such a condition promote bi- jlingualisni? j' But the term "bilingual schools" is j so elastic'thar it covers Tarious classes i of schools entirely distinct, j Those schools in -which there j are French-speaking and English-speak schools have in many -built and maintain- ed by English-speaking people, Catho- lic or- Protestant or both. Some iTehch families come into the section and at once an agitation is started for! a bilingual teacher. .Now a oilingual! teacher is rarely a properly qualified] teacher. Hotv many teachers on thej staff of the Ottawa .public schools or on the staff of the public schools of Toronto could undertake to teach ev- en a rural bilingual? The bilingual teacher is qualified in sonie sort of way for the 'emergency, and is often, for lack of training in- capable of teaching French or Eng- x SITE 2 lots on Ford and Bowuian'Sts., RESIDENTIAL IN- 2 lots on corner ot Crabb and. London....... iv. .fl850 pilf; t lots on comer of Glyn and London S lots on .London between Crabb and G'yn each ASQUITH LINBSEY REAL'ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS Drawer.3031 Crabb Phone 1183'. British America Act, the consti- wD0 do not possess SCHOOLS FOR NEGROES jpnvjiege or absolutely separate j tution of Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. the j spools which, enables them to go j excluded. jjjpeople -of any school district in 'New iTaei-' in most of the other! .illMexico-may establish separate schools jF-rcivJnees. I A machine has been invent [j jfor negroes by vote of two-thirds of Quebec the .Protestant minority j developing and fixing feno: if 'il8.ciaiQls tile advocates of 370 acres miles from Claresholm, all steam plow land, run- ning water ail per handles it. 270 acres ,5 miles, from city, irrigated., fenced, well improved, fall wheat sow.e'd and" looking bargain, at per 5 acres near old fair grounds, fine garden, fenced, irrigated, house and 'barn and chicken years to my for it. 7 roomed modern house, close in, terms. 7 roomed house and handles it. w. JET! JOHNSON LAND co. j JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. f I ;the legal voters -of such district was learn es. on a separate school system f card "photographs this aftefnoon by'a committee jof its OT.-H uacier religious control. Upis-oeeci- d .forj )St- at a high rate of t Jl iters. It is believed. "hOTrever, that the promoted largely by the devotion r _ i finding of. -ihe committee T7ill be adopt-J or certain religious brotherhoods ahdli INVEST IN TWIN CITY Tho Industrial. Railroad, Shipping, and Investment cen- tre oi Vancouver and New Vvrestminster. More money will be made on Twin City, property with- in -two years than on any other, sub.diyjsicn in the dis- trict Nearly n. thousand lots in Twin" C'i iy" hare' been pur-" chased' by -parties in Victoria. Vancouver.and New Westmin- ster.. .It has. three railroads at present, deep water harbor, elect'ric" power, light, city water supply and fire pro- an excellent climate ;iad magnifipc.nl view. It will stand any investigation and it' is'lipTo" "you.' _ 'me' a "line for further particulars-...... OFFICE. .ed by a- vote of at least 75 t and the Protestant i GOOD BUYS feet on. London RcL. to Bartlett, ihibition. 11520 ACHES Living -water. Grass knee aeep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this "year in this Township. AVe ars selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up. hag'been to'indues great private gen-.1 jerosity on the pare of the millionaires of the province, sucSi as that "03- which j j sir William MaedonaM established i the Macdonaid College, the model ag-j training school oi" the world; one or the finest institutions forj Straining teachers on the American con- j i we; >f FARM SECURITY Whitney Blk. 'Lithbridge' In ice last iwo years the gov- ernment has 'been able to make some wnst :sors generous grants to poorer srhoois. ;-jt tie state o Tpstsii', pciucnt'O" stJii especially as some i j or are cominatetj. f in tha case oi MoEtrtai, by men. j however, is being j j roasec. caiiina to this state! o-f ni'r'airs, and i: expected thejH provi-ce fellow sister previn- ccs in pi-ttin? outside of po3 i !tf sues, -and ecucaiJona! faciiir-1 j >f S? 1-2 close Terms 40 foot lot. on Giyn St., wa- ier and sewer, S7-50. Terms. 4 lots in Block 12S, ea. Terras'...... 4 lots in Block I26r ea. Terms, 5 lots in Block 125, ea. Terms. 4 lots on St., ea. Terms. 4 lots on Crabb St., close in Terms. A. E. IVES Stafford Phone 371 I-D3lingual teaching are conceded, an j.uncjuaiified and incapable teacher is ;d o'n Engiisii-spealving people ior the section. Is this, ai" purely French question? In places farmers have sold their farms! and moved eJsewiiere solely for s'cJiooli considerations. Their places are tak-j en -by French-Canadians. ner acre. The land per acre. The land is situated south of Rosetown in the Goose Lake dis- trict. It is the intention of -the pur- chaser to commence farming opera- I Lions on a large scale. 40 acres irrigated land, 2 1-2 miles from citr, by far the best tract on the market. 20 acres under cultivation, balance hay land Ditches ail in and has'been irrigated for last three years." Good" terms. 5 and 10' acre garden plots, have all been irrigated for three years. Best, on market. Close in. Small cash payment. Balance easy. Fully modern 5 room house on Bruce street for will handle. Balance easy. New 5 room cottage .on Glvn street, on -two lots for cash. Balance very easy. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 ;