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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VAQC Six fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, IMf Do you want an investment of OO which will givt you 20 to 25 per cent, clear return? This is no wild speculation but a good investment in Lethbridge C y Property. If interested call on Freeman, Maeleod and Graham -Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 THREE SECTIONS Improved Al Land, Gocd House. Barn, Well, etc.. within four miles of good (own" A Snap at' per acre. DR. KENNEDY'S REPLY TO JUDGE STUART Sept. Kennedy, plants. The university man advo- ex-senator of university, has: cates; a certain system of sewage dis- replied .to the very letter ofjposal. Mr. Owens says that it is ilr. Justice Stuart, Chancellor of the! wrong in theory and dangerous in university had been properly manag- ed. 1 am quite in accord with you Mr.. Beagl e Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 I regret that the senate in its un- back from Tabcr today. 4 Cottages in Xorth Ward, all rented, S5CC.CO liaudles 4 Cotiagc-s in North TTard, all rented. SLCCO.GO handles 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXuiANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 university. The letter in reply is as; practice.) Now where are you? Should follows Macleod, Alta., Sept. 16, 1S09. The Honorable, Mr. Chancellor Stuart, Calgary, Alta. My Dear Chancellor feel that I cannot, -do Letter than follow the pre- cedent you have f.-Ua'ilish -d (this time a good one) and take the public into our joint confidence. Before do- minlltes; vou i happened to be in Maeleod, and I Now, Mr. Chancellor, was I or was showed you the letter and my answer j I not justified in. my statement to it dated Nov. 24. You must re- Secoadly. I stated that the secre-' member that these letters formed the tary of the senate did not send me crux Ql- .jhe whole situation. .You ex- all the motions passed at the various pressly approved my' attitude, stated meetings of the .senate. You say that you could not understand Dr. the senate has the absolute assurance Tory's action, stated also rthat it of iTrv Riley that he did- My friend U-ouhl not do -Dr. Tory any harm to Senator Nolan tells me that he made he checked up a. bit. and the only a motion to the effect that no wond you uttered was, a hope ber of the senate should te eligible or the expression, of a wish that I for any position on the univers'ty would not let the thing go too stafl. I defy anyone to find mention .have onl.y to add that if it lias gone i of this motion in my expurgated edi- too far. the blame is yours. I have ticm of the minutes who was right? nothing to retract. Thirdly. You say that the present Believe me my dear chancellor, with organization has proved adequate for assurances of my most distinguished thte management of its aiTairs consideration. up to the present moment. TO this I Yours very faithfully. reply that- it depends on what you 'G. A. KENNEDY, call proper My own Ex-Senator. opinion differs from that of the self- p. s._j have just seen your inter- congratulatory senate. As we say in view preceding your letter in the university circles, vide in fra. 'Herald. You .are '.hardly generous or Fourthly. He powers and privileges fair in endeavoring to create a wrong of members of the senate, whale ad- impression, but I have ceased to look mittintr that thev are set forth vervifor either quality -from the senate or briefly in -Sec. 27 of the university any of its oiEcials. My letter is al- New Styles For Fall Fit-Reform will gain new prestige with the new styles in fall Suits and Overcoats, The garments are, beyond .question, the finest ever tailored in Canada. The elegance and exclusiveness of the fashions are but equalled by patterns and workmanship. act. allow me to point out that this controversy has arisen over .this very ciuestioa. They are supposed to minister all 'the ;iHairs of the univer- they In the language of tTie street gamin, "not rn your Oh no! the president says what their j powers and privileges are not. and the chancellor mildly assents. Fifthly. It a 'bit like the heads of a sermon. You object to my statement that the "president runs the whole I i eg ret to ready so long, however, that I feel hardly justified in extending it for the sake of .defending myself against per- j sonal insinuations. My private griev- ance in the first place was of public interest only in illuminating the feu- dal system methods of the and I now beg to assure you that I lam quite satisfied with the result. G. A. K. i SPRING COULEE easy terms Eakin and Co. 307 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Lethbri dge, Alta. Phone 333 Automobiles For Hire Big Crop Of a Farnier maker. Mr. Dudley paid thirty five! dollars an acre for the land. j Mr. Lawrence Tippi returned, last! week after visiting his mother in! Seattle, Wash. j Miss Eciria Bingham leaves in a fcw i days for her home in Utah, after j spending a year with her sister, Mrs. Steve Dudley. Mr. McKenzie from Calgary has THE MASON LAND CO. have just added two" additional auto- mobiles to their equip- ment, and are prepar- take care of all for business or trips in town or country. Head- quarters at the City -1 rage, Bompas treet. Telephone 429 ild Want Ads Big Results J Among the biggest farmers in this part of the country is A. L. Foster. This year he threshed bushels of oats. His wheat- averaged 2S bushels to the acre, some of the spring wheat going thirty to the "acre. The field of winter wheat attracted so much attention in the spring and summer yielded 28 and was an exceedingly even crop all over the field, which, gave him a re- Spring Coulee, Sept. say that you have failed to convince makei; land, which Mr. Steve Dudley me that he doss not. The senate had j bought, contains twenty-two a meeting last October, at which the j and scventy acres. It belonged to important work of the year .Mr. Shoemaker. Sr.. and his two should havc.besn considered. Th s Dell and Lorenzo Shoe- the meeting at which I was present. Shortly a course of uni- versity extension lectures was organ- ize-' and carried good thing in itself, but- did it. thn senate or the president Again was the question of a medical facuUy jniade public, and pushed in the I im, .the establishment of a hospital the university grounds and the esta -.-1 lishmcnt of an agricultural1 collose at Strathcona in connection with the hcVJn in 3PrinS coulee for a few days university. These- are most import-1 whoat. ant- matters. They were not consid- -McClenag-'nan oi the Interna- ered or discussed or initiated by the i l-ional Harvester Co. is here on busi- senate. By who then I leave the ness. public to draw its own conclusion.! Mr. Samuel Denny left the first of Before leax'ing this subject, however, -last week for his home in Salt I wish to record one result of. the City. hurriedly executed course of vniver-f Mr. Sneider of Lethbridge arriveaj sity extension lectures. One of the to look after his thresh- lecturers has been giving addresses in I ing machine, the towns through on' There was in the schoo sewerage and sewage 'disposal. Tha j house Friday evening. Mrs. Ike i Sabey, returned the last o thejiveek from Burnett, where she has> been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence government, has an expert on the sub- ject. Mr. Owens, a man.highly train- ed, who has..made it study, and turn of bushels. He sent some i samples of. his wheat to Winnipeg, and the reply came back. "Your samples are certainly very fine; we have put them on Mr. Foster says he raised his best crop on what is called "dry" land, but he added: "It is not very dry i{ it -will yield such crops as this." Mr. Foster has shipped ten thous- and bushels and is keeping the rest for seed. He is keeping all of his winter wheat except a little he sold for seed when it was being threshed. The land at present is too dry for ploughing-. As soon as the threshing was over, he sent his men out to plow but the ploughs would either skim over the top or go right to the beam, and to stop. He is therefore discing the stubble and' will crop the land that way: whose business it now is to sec that j McBrlbe. municipalities instal the proper1 Rev. Gordon, of the Presbyterian BALED KAY ANB QAXS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Hasten Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 E A .S T O N Sick Stub 85 HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and muehi of this should find its way in- to 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 S A'FE 3.ntil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH F. W. McEachern Manager MtKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for BASEBALL ROWDIES FINED j Toronto, Sept. the police! court this morning John Fulton, S.i Evison, were convicted of disorderly! conduct. They took part in' proceedings following the baseball game on Saturday between and Toronto. Each was .fined' and costs, or sixty days in jail. i will get a letter in a few days from a large firm doing business in Lethbridge. It will tell you how to get a purchase check and in gold. m I III! X You'll miss it if you don't read it care- fully. It explains how this business house can afford to give away in awards. Yours for Opportunity, 1 PROMINENT LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS HOUSE. ;