Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE lltTHBRlDOE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IT. HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this find its way in- the Bank..We wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the blanking- business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will ,be SAFE jntil required; for use. Small or large amounts .may -be deposited or withdrawn at any time. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH r. W. McEachern Manager Senate's Reply To Dr. Kenedy Chancellor Stuart, ol the University of has adressed the follow- ing letter to Dr. Kennedy of leod as the reply1 of the Senate of Ihe the Dr.'s reasons for C. E. Cope, of Edmonton. of the power attd electric light -plant, in- the city few holidays .with his Bis- Mrs. L. P.'.Smitfc; Brtbton St. FOR SALE Choice block of 95fi acres, all Sec. 28 and-W. half Sec. w. This is ,on the Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre ,en block, or in half sections; cash on each" half -section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire" W. J. GILL1LAND, 1705 Cook Street. Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Koom 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. University, to resigning: Calgary, Sept. 14, 1909. Dr. C. A. Kennedy, Macleod, Atta. Dear meeting of the eenate of the University of Alberta was held in Strathcona on Tuesday last, Sept. 7, at which your letter of resignation came up to dealt with. I was instructed a special re- solution of the senate to write to you to, call your attention to the facts in the matters discussed in your letter of resignation. You say that the senate does not even know" for what term the presi- dent is engaged. On the contrary, at the first meeting of the senate premier explained fully the terms' of the president's appointment. .Every of the senate is acquainted with the facts as to this except those including yourself who were not pre- sent at this meeting. The appoint- ment was made by the government by order-in-council in accordance with the university act. Secondly, you say that the secre- tary of the senate, Mr. did not send you all the motions passed at the various meetings of the senate. In this- the senate has the absolute assurance of 'Mr. Riley that you are entirely.-wrongs inasmuch as he did send, you every item containing-a re- cord any action taken by 'the-sen- ate. Thirdly, you say that there has "Seen practically no. organization. On the contrary the senate has appointed an corumitee, a finance committee and a building and grounds committee, all of which have been meeting frequently to deal, with, mat- ters appropriote to them. .This or- ganization in conjunction with the other arrangements fully indicated in our published calendar is in the op- inion of' the senate sufficiently com- plete at least Bunder the present stat- ute for the purposes, of the univer- sity, and has proved adequate for the i proper, management .of its affairs up j to the present moment. you say, the members of the senate do not know what powers and privileges are. On the co-jitrary these are fully set forth itiv section 27 of university act which you cani find in the Statutes of Alberta for 1906, modified, of course, by the act of 1907 with respect "to the appoint- has come to it in the form ol a re- port from the executive committee consisting of the vice-chancellor, Mr. Justice Beck, John A. McDougall, who is treasurer, Dr. Ferris, the pre- sident and myself, which committee has held frequent and protracted meetings at which every proposal of the president has been submitted and threshed out in detail before -being recommended to the senate for ad- option; and instead of simply regis- tering the wishes of the president the senate has been adopting, at times with some modifications, the reports of its own executive committee. the same time I wish to say, briefly, 'that any one who hae any acquaintance with the management of modern universities knows that, the general direction and guidance in all essential matters is left largely with the president and- that it ie exactly for that purpose that he, an edu- cativna; 'is employed. Any continued rejections of his general proposals would really involve an ex- prefefeion of such a want of confidence in his judgment and ability as would inevitably -necessitate the employ- ment of another, manager. The sen- ate is-glad, I believe, to observe that there has been eo far-not the slight- est approach to any such- condition and that Dr. Tory's proposals have in all essential matters been worthy of their confidence and approval.' Ag- ain, I have to say that the senate at the recent meeting passed a resolu- tion declaring that it shall be no part of the duty to furnish cop- is-of the minutes of the proceedings to any member whenever asked for but directing that the minute book The Herald's Patterns Meals 'runs the. whole and that senate has had its being, aim lielu Its meetings simply to register-the wishes! of the president." On the contrary, except at the first meeting when no i executive committee had yet been ap- pointed, every single proposition, pre- sented to tlie senate by the president .O 4 for 25c. Good Heals Full Courses See what it's like at 4- t Chow Sam Co. shall lie'open lor the -inapection of the member? at all reasonable houra. You will observe that on- this point ;e senate has alter mature consid- ratiou adopted a rule in practical onformity with the .president's lews. Finally, I observe that, in your ori- inal letter of Nov. 19, 1908, you ask- d lor copies of' the minutee ol "the hree meetings of the senate" at one f which yoa "were present while, in letter of June 9, 1909> which you ubsequently published, ypu state hat asked "to be furnished with a copy of the minutes of the wo minutes of "the two meetingsTHM wo meetings at which you had not- been able to be May I add that'in the opinion of he senate and of myself it is a mat- er of regret that, before publicly at- acking the senate and its actions coxild not have to ttend more at least than one of its meetings, two of which were held in lalgary- for the special convenience of the members from the south, and hat you could not at such meetings lave triade an effort to influence the udgment of the senate in you deemed to be the right direction. _ I Irust you will feel at liberty to give this letter as wide publication as you gave the former correspon- dence. I remain, yours truly, Cfcae. A. 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