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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHiniOaE, AUBERTA, TUKSDAY, NOVEMitft 10, iMt IR Ddly Her4M Ptlntsd^b* th� Dailf Henld Printing ^; 0^^^ Uwlul evening at . 4ta ofllM, Sound St.. Leihbridfo, 'Alb�rU; QuMik. . ^ W^^^. BUCHANAN; Manaiini DL ubMu-iptlan Ratea DMr, one year, deliverad...... MM OMIr. Mrtx BkonUi, d�llv�red. .. 2.M 1Mb. ihkM nioliktba.'diliVeted.. IN iMily, oAhine Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Jlrs. Ada O'Brien, H. S. especially dovote ^ Allen, Mr. 11. Roberts, Jlr. and Jlrs. ' Berrcssaj ----- 1 Mr. Sloan spent Sunday in I^etli- TEACHING AGRICULTURE. | bridge. I Mr.s. Cameron had a party at hor Alberta is an agricultural province; ^0,,,^, Snturdav from !! p.m. to 0 p. .md tho majority of its people are i ,j pwseul were i\resdames Hi and will be farmers. The days of U-p,.^ Williams, Saunders. Par- haphazard farming are gone and the^^^^^ CaUlor, McRae, present i.s Jhe day of scientific agri-wi-,,,,,,^,, jmehell. Music and ro- con-1 f,.,.gijmp,jj, \yg,.p (,ii.ioyod by all. Tho Raymond Young People's So- eioty will frive n niissionai-y tea on behind the times, either because of I pri^j^j. j^^,,, 3 ,, ^^ ,j ,, lack of djscernment or of education, j ,ijsj;ioa ton cents niissioimry work. Ahna Jlilsson I Car of I B. C The editor of the Vermillion S'ignal who was in Kdmonton tho day after election, lells a story of his trip, in his paper. The first .station on the CN.R. oast of Edmonton, it should 1)0 remembered is named after tho Minister of tho Interior. "A brnkeman stuck his head into tho smoking compartment of tho Pullman, east bound on Tuesday night. , ".\ny o' you fellers for Oliver?" ho imiuired, looking over tho crowd. The moody man with his liat over his eyes in the corner, raised his head and scowle, Wasli., Nov. 7--Wliilc nuno than .$100,000 changed liaiuls ill Spiiknne on tlu? ri>sult of tlio national election, tlie liighost price, |)liy.sic:illy, probably was paid l:v Arehibald W. Eaton, a conductor 011 a local street car line, who agreed with J. A. Reeves, a fellow-employee, that in tlie event of Bryan's defeat lie would his no.-e in rolling n peanut a lialf block in a public thor. ouglifnre. Kiiton was game, and he did lii.� little stunt, while thou.sands of pedestrian.* followed liis course. He (.iccupied 30 liiinules in covering tlie distance, and in propelling along;' Riverside Avenue the goober must of the cuticle freni his nose. Tlieve were otlier freaky wagers, but the one in wliieh Eaton ^liejd the | loser's end was the limit of endur-:inre. Tiiis is the third bet Eaton lias lost on the same candidate, but 111' sny.s Jie is going to get even witli some 'ine four years lience. The Skoem&n Betwoen Sage's and Roy's scientific agricultural education. Of! course, it is not to be expected that every student would wish to take I this line of study. In the public schools whether in towns or country, all tho pupils would lienefit I'roi.; n \ course of study which aftc uU would '. serve its purpose in ijiving tlicn; an agricultural spirit nnd luiuf/'iig tlieii, to a keener apprioiation of mature , Very little, if any, sclintific agricul-1 ture should 10 t.-.^Jit in tlw l>'"'lic, \,,,,iean niilroad man. schools, and city and country- pupils! alike are the belter lur o proper 1 intelligent study ofnature Out n, | ^.^^^ O^V.^^DICAL COLLEGE, the high .schoofs, pupils should si udy i T ">""t". ^"V. lO.-Dr. R. A. Reev. to be farmers in tho saine way as i they do to be te.ichors iav.xirs. doc- MISS PULLMAN TO WED ViemiM, Nov. Tlie Extnililatt states tliiit Doiii .Miguel nf Biiigtiiiza, -on ef tlie eliiimant of tin- Portu-guise throne, is bi'trotlierl to Alary, daupliter of George M. Piilliiiaii, tlie QUITS THE BANK. Winnipeg. Nov. 10.-Gerald deC. O'Grady. formerly general manager if the Crown Bank of Canada, and latterly secretary of tlie Northern Crown Blink, lias retired from the -ervice of the bank. IheSouth Alberta I umber Co. Ltd. Have just received a car of Exshaw Cement Prices Right Corner AViMJmi ter & Ford MSouitioftheHlisonMill Phone 225 1.0. Box 654 TAFT'S CABINET. Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 4.-Frank H. "Hiteheock, of New York, for Post-nmsler-Geneiul; Eliliu Root, Now York, Secretary of State; George Von L. Meyer, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Treasury; Luke E. ^Vrigllt, of Tennessee, Secretary ot War; Jas. Hudoliih Garfield, of Oliio, Secretary of tile Interior; l-'rank 1$. Kellogg, of Minnesota, Attorney-General; James Wilson, of Iowa. Secretary of Agriculture; Oscar Straus, of New York Secretary of Commerce and I.Hbor, is tile Cabinet iitiiiouncod today. For Thanksgiving Day the Canad ian Pacific Railway company an nounce a rate of fare and one third for the round trip. Tickets on sale November 7th, 8th and 9th, Indus ive, final return limit, Novembsr Nth. 275-5 JsNAP" I $SZ.SOeacli. Cash 2 lots on Niveii Street, North \yarcl, for I lllberta Realty Co. Coildile Block :: lettibridge ^ tT, P. Rodgcrs Jos. A, Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS &YOUNG Sale Stables :: Wood St. Canadft Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 PROFESSIONAL CA DR. W. S. QALBRAITH Phyticlan, Surgeon, AccoueVier OIHce OH Uedpatlt St. Pliolie M HOURS; Before 0,, 2-3; 7-a p.ui. DR. O. J. GOURTICE bitntUt Grndtiato of Northweatern (Jiiiver-Dity, Chicago, 111. Office Hours-0 to 12;' 1 to 5. Roomt I and 2, Macdonald Block PR. J. B.^LLIS DENTI3T Graduate of Western Reserve Univer sity. Olovelau^jOhi... OFFICE-WHITNEV BLOCK Phone 30T Hours: 9-12; 1-5 MADAM NORVAN (Orchestral Piani-lr). . Toaulier of piiuioforto, nrgnii and] voice produotiou. Visit.'i or receives pupils, prepnrn. tory or advanced. Couching for exauts. Howard Houee, Cratb Street. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, , Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., niul of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto,: is open for n limited number of � Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Homes. Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. A TABER BUDGET. CARD OF THANKS. Taber, Nov. y.-At 2 p.m. Satur- i .j.,,, yj,;,,,^ Faithful Companions of day last tho �'car-haul" at the Cana-i j,,,^, ^.^.^j. cordially thank the many da West Coal Co.'s mine broke, ne cessitating the remainder of tho after noon to repair the Ijreak. Mr. John M. Evans, a miner. kind friends who patronized their .sali; of work. There are .still several dninty articles suitable for Christmas '"i presents which they will be glad to dispose of. 277-9 has ro.sjgned us D.-jiu of Toronto Medical ScIum.1. Dr. C. K. Chirke, suiieriiitendont of Toronto Asyluin, i.s 3 tors, enRinecr.s or aocouriln.its Higl\, schools that have their i,',l.cratorif.s i"'^ '^'^^^le snecossor. and banking ^yst^'nls slioiilil also h.ive 1--- their garden )ilot.s and acces.s to'--------- farms that aro t)e:nerly cii;ii-j vated. Atjri; i;tii.-;il eoi; ?,re.s are Rood ; tiiit not two \-:r rem. 01 1hi^' farrnorK ev.v ha.e tli? opporlimlty to I attend. I'ro'ial.r.- I'.vo. per � l.>o' and if tho coor^o of ediic.itloii were' more in t.hoir line thoic w uilil !u, a Rronter nnd 1 loii>;-r l^'nn ..f nl t-vid-i ance. Farnurit; t i-lay is ,111 the sami. : plane iis 'ley ,lli'r Iii!p. o city council. 'i"lio most aii.\ious are generally the lenst competent. The municipal jrlad-hand cninpaiKn will soon i)e in full swinff. lie a king and run for eouncil, tho more the merrier. i;ioctors should beware that tlw\-