AS TO SCHOOL ELECTIONS. It perhaps might be considered rather premature to suggest this early in the day, work for the next territorial legislature, legis-lature, but it is well to think of matters some time before acting thereon. And this beeing the day of rest and our leg-lators-elect will to-day find time for reflection, we take the liberty of placing plac-ing before them and all our readers this morning the following thoughts. We elect cur school trustees, as is known in July. Is this the best time of the year? We think not. We think ! that it would be better to elect them some time early in the spring, so as to allow the new boards to made early arrransrements for the ensuing year. To elect a school board in July and have it inherit the arrangements of a previous boarl is not the nest policy. It is thus compelled to accept plans for a year which it might not have made at all. The fact that the board is partially continuous con-tinuous is only a limited excuse for late elections, if it is any at all. This matter mat-ter merits consideration.