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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH5. LE1HBRIDGE DAILY KEKALb, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909. PAGE THRU THETHERRLD'S REAL ESTRTEMHR PHONE 451 FOUR years in the same office, FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one have tn this Nawar FOR more years I will still be nere in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One is my New Telephone Number. P. O. BOX 1355 DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK T T FOR RENT One, two or three large furnished rooms. Linen Closets, Rath Room, Electric Lights, Telephone. With without board. Apply UNIVERSITY BUILDING WILL BE COMPLETE or ALBERT E. IVEb, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK I I'l-I'I I'M 1, H-H-I M I'MM'IH-Hv SNAP Six room Brick Cottage on Dufferin Street. 12100 J500 balance on terms to suit purchaser OTT BLOCK. PHONE 222 R. V. GIBBONS H H-H-K- I TTnTnTmTi MM i M......i......i.........i- Ample Provision Made For All Enrollment This Year Undoubtedly the most important meeting that has ever been held in the Senate of the University of; Al- berta, was held in Strathcona on Fri- day. With the exceptions of two brief adjournments for luncheon and dinner, the Senate was in constant session from 9.30 in the morning un- til 11 o'clock in the evening. All of the members of the Senate with the exception of Messrs. Jenkins and Strathy, who are absent from the province, were present. The session was presided over by the Chancellor, Mr. Justice Stuart. Plans of Building In .addition to being callec upon to the Presbyterian denomination that their request for a site would be sim- ilarly dealt with, as soon as they are prepared to commence building operations. A Residential University It was also decided by the senate possible date. The work to be car- ried, on at the university will not be confined to teaching but research work in connection With the diverse agricultural problems of the province will be carried on (2) By the estab- lishment of a system 01 permanent secondary schools in conjunction with demonstration farms in those sec- tions of the province not corning within the immediate scope of the college itself; and, (3) By the de- velopment of a department of exten- sion teaching by means .of which in- HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acre? acres, as you like it. 1000 acres or 100 GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today LOTS Five minute, walk from Mills, track, down and per month. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH i i n n 11- that the University of Alberta would, jstruct.ion in agriculture will be ear- in every sense of the word be pre- eminently- a residential with this object in view a motion was passed requesting the executive committee to present a report to the next meeting of the senate, outlining a generarresidential scheme for both students and professors. The report of the Executive Com- mittee respecting.the organization of the Agricultural College was receiv- ed. The report recommended the or- ganization of the following depart- ments Animal husbandry, agron- omy, or field husbandry, dairying, ried to all parts of the province un- der the direction of the expert agri- culturalists of the faculty. The sen- ate received the assurance from the i Hon. Dr. Rutherford, the Prine Min- ister of the Province that the Univer- sity would have the co-operation of the irovcrnment in the realization of these plans. The Executive Committee's report foreshadowed to some extent the to Sell or Rent. IE you have a house to sell at a reasonable figure, or one to rent, call up phone 294, and let me have the particulars I have clients Tel. 294 of import-j horticulture, agricultural engineer- ance concerning the internal manage- ment of the university, -the senate al- so had under consideration the plans ing, bactierology and veterinary sci- ence. In addition'the departments ol chemistry, biology and geology "will of the first building, -the foundations be common to the of which are now being laid on the i arts and The university site. For several months appointments to be made past the provincial architect has been two faculties of umber of for the year 1910-11 was left over for con- 4- f Illinois Alberta Realty Co. I 2iri flour Joluson Block, ml Balmoral Intel r tuition of magnificent set of plans laid before the senate on Friday. The plans accepted by the senate provide that were j fully discussed by the members of the senate generally. It was decided to H-X. I I-H-X f 1 4- in the part MONEY House to Rent best residential of the city. t I TO LOAN Freeman, Maeledd and Graham 7H LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles sale'on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA Phone 396 from good town, f or i Bryan Block: Lethbridge P. Q- Box 254 Lots 15, Blk 93, for 34 05 Blk 33. for Lots a lot 5, Blk T, for All on terms. MONEY TO LOAN The H. Macbeth Agency i 11 AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR .THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. for the construction of a building; 230 x 72 feet in size wittPwings on the north ant south ends '110 x 38 I .feet. The building is to be of plain j collegiate gothic architecture, stories in 'height, with a full-sized j basement. On the west side of j building a convocation hall and gym- nasium have been provided for, both of which it "is expected will serve the requirements of the university for a number of years to come. The Mild- ing is to be constructed of granite and sand or lime stone, and the work of construction Is to be carried on under the direction and supervision of the Provincial Department of Public Works. Provision is made for lecture rooms for the ordinary subjects ly given in the faculty of arts, in- cluding classics, mathematics, Eng- lish, modern languages, history, eco- nomics and philosophy. Part, of the basement is given up to testing and other laboratories for the department of applied science. Laboratories arc. also provided for agricultural, physi- cal and general chemistry, and for botany and general biology. One wing is tcTTTe devoted to general offices and lecture rooms for the department of agriculture. Provision is ma-ae for a o library to accommodate from to 20.000 volumes.. I part of the building will be used for general administration o purposes until such time as an ad- g ministration-building is necessary. It: is estimated that the building, will g not be completed inside of three years and its cost is estimated at approxi- mately f he building will be fire proof throughout, and will be 35 finished both inside and out in ..keep- g ing with institutions of its kind. In addition to accepting plans for- f the g main superstructure the senate pass- g ed a resolution authorizing the build- ing and grounds committee to have plans prepared immediately for the o erection of a building to be uswi tern- porarily for class purposes. This building roll be so designed as to render 'it easily adaptable for use as g a students' residence when it is no longer required for class purposes. The erection of this building will be p> proceeded with immediately on the p opening up of spring with a view of _ g having it ready for occupation on the Sg resumption of classes in October, g 1910. i Sites For Colleges In addition to the question of pro- viding adequate for jg the University's present and future needs another matter of importance 's I dealt with by the Senate was ac- oi applications from the proceed with the organization along three definite lines as .follows (li- By the completion of the establish- ment of the faculty of agriculture within the" university at the-earliest University's future expansion. der to permit the fullest possible ex- J pansion it has been decided to re- draft the present University Act. One} of the important amendments will be to provide for the appointment of a L. S. RIPLEY Office Block" JL j 1 j current year. It showed the registra- tion to be one hundred and three. Of board of governors.to whom will be j that number thirty-three are under- committed the entire business man- graduate students, eleven "graduate acement of the university. Enlarge Its Senate. The Senate will be enlarged so as to make it more representative of the students and nine students taking spe- cial'-courses. The Financial report for which closed June 30th last, was submitted with an audited educational interests of the province. statement of the accounts. The pre- Bv these changes the Senate will be sident was ordered to. prepare a man- I statement of the work of the year 1 with the financial statement. I I -H-M-HI II feet j On Westminster Road work. A report of the faculty was also submitted concerning the work of the 11111' i: 111 n n i n i m MR. BUSINESS MAN. i Do you wist to dispose of your business? Or Ha- dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have aned possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and'offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing J. 4- T i elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency i Acreage orproposed Street Car Route; Business Sites Westminster Road; Houses for Sale and Rent. on Lehbridoe- Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin Jfe Ground Flour cIRS" DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHCHE ;