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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CHy OMmdl ii;::-'XfItK Crty Council fnet on Monday night, air mcmbera Aid. Mac- � b�*h being present. Among other matters' diacusaedwas thot of pttblicity, the Council hold- ; ing to their former decision to conduct the campaign itself. ' Health Officer DieVeber reported examining six Chinese laundries and .' finding them in a sanitary condition. The Hunlth and Itelief Committee re- � commended that a dump cart, a hcrsc and harness be procured {or scavenging work, that the health bylaw lie puWiHhaU iti |>am|>hlct form, and that the salary oi the health oftlcor be increased to $500. The A.n. & I." Co. wrote givingthe city lot 37, block 51 tree of charge. 'Mie Publicity Commiittee recom -nii9nded that the ohairmau be auth -orized to procure material for an industrial pamphlet and that the sec-, fietary treasurer ]ye paid 925 a month for extra work in connection with publicity work. Hiss Stewart, assistant secretary-li'oasurcr was groiiited two weeks* leave of absence. The tenders for the cement side -walks were referred to the Finance commiittee. The tenders were Navin Bros., Medicine Hat, 913,253.62; City Paving and Construotion Co. of Ilcgina, �16,252.38 and M. Reilly of l^othbridge $16,792.92, It was the general opinion of the . Council that the comiwtitJon for the design of the civic coat-of-arms�hould not be limited to the people of the city. The following accounts were ordered paid: L0tM>ridge Electric Co. $331.10. J. Ashcroft $8.75. Great Falls Irdn Works $26.1 . Can. Fairbanks Co. $130.00. HcKensie and Roy $11.90. Dominion Wood-Pipe Co. $13.80. Chas. A. StreMngcr Co. 3.00. , Hick and Wakeley $87.73. Central Hardware Stcna $4.05. N. W. JohU^ing Co. $12.50. M. E. Roy $2.00. � Hick and Wakely $5.55. Letbbridge Electric Co. $100.15. W. Brook $12.50. J. D. Higinbotham $40.00. l^tWbridge Post CMBce $10.00. H. jr. Laird & Co. $420.64. R. A. Wright $10.00. Western Stationery Co. $144.10. Southern Al;�rta Xews $52.80. C. M. Arnold $21.20. Canadian Rubber Co. $1040.00. ' S. J. McDiarroid $25.00. . Hick and Wakely $14.30. A bylaw will be prepared compell -ing all buildings three storeys or more high to 1% provided with fire escapes. The license >by-law wasreterred back to the solicitor for revision of the yrording. Hudson Bay Ships Leave London Three Trading Vessels Start Cruise Into the Arctic Soas. On London. Juno 14.-Leaving the Ori tish coast this week is a little fleet of which the like i.or in the decks of London. Only a few vceks ago a stranger espying the IVilican, the Discoverery and the Stork migfit have tiskod "What ancient craft are these?" To all ap|>earances, the boats had |>n.ssendon, which at onco dispelled the alarm of underwriters. The W.'c. T. U. IT CUBED HIM. "There goes a young man whom I saved from going to the dossthroiigh drink," remnrkcewaixls, may lie akin to sljavery, but there is MO Iwndagc so g:alling, no servitude which'exacts so much, as the slavery (.t strong drink, .\mong all oliicr good and true aims sot before ihein, let the trade unions declaiv an unalterable and dtnidly enmity to the drink, traffic, and thoy will achieve a larger good for workingmen than in all other efloits to which they can put their.! hearts and hands. Boycott the saloon, oitler a gensral strike along the line, and thare will ho a result in the homes and by the firesides ofUho world's toilers that will lejoice and ble.'-HiiiMitiiiliiliiiil FARM LANDS IXX>K OS Tilt: UUlGHTEn SIDE. If you talk about ^voiir ill-health it will niaUe you less healthy. Worry about your wiork, it will make you less capable. Inmginc you are disliked, it will make you less likable. Find fault with others, it will make, them faultier. Anticipate your evils, you are suin3 to bring them upon you. Talk much ot what you arc going to do, you will never do it. Sit bemoaning tlic you will never get on in the future. 5.000 acroB good land 20 miles cast of Warner station and on proposed railway, 17.25 par acre, 93.00 cash, eo bloc. Two half sections 20 miles south of Graasey Lake, $S.0O per acre, easy terms. B20 acres 2 miles north of N�w Dayton, $11.00 per acre, easy terms. ii20 acres 8 miles north east of Stirling, 99 per acre, easy terms. '320 acres 1^ miles from Stirling, all fenced and 62 acres in fall wheat, f 15 a acie, good terms We show our lands free of charge A word to j'oii sonny-you yttlc twelve or thirteen-year-old boy who are smoking cigarettes on the sly. What do you want to be when you grow up, a stalwart, healthy, vigorous* broad-shouldered man, or a little puny, nwasly, no 'count weakmlmled dude?.' If'you want to be a man, strong like a man, with hair on your face, brains in your head and musics in your limbs, you just letthcse igarettes alone. If you want to be a thing pitiediby your folks, despised by the girls and held in contempt by the fellows, keep right on smoking and emi your days in tlie insane asylum. Alberta Realty Co. W ITH one ribbon and its new three-color device Piles get quick and certain reliol from Dr. Shoop'a Magic Olutmeai. Please note it is made alone for Piles, and its action is positiva and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like nMgic by its use. Large nickel-capped glass jars 50 cents. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. MINARD'S LINIMENT DIPHTHERIA. CUBES The N0W TO-Chronie SmUh Plender lypewrirer is virtually three typewriters in one. It produces indelible black, purple copying or red typewriting at the will of the operator. One ribbon and a small, easily operated lever do it all. Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 8 Sootb Liiicola St., flpokane, Wash. This machine permits net only the use of a three-color ribbon, but also of a two^'olor or singlt! color ribbon. No eKtra co�t fur ttiis 1906 motlel. -THE- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUR L.IST Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HMTCH OLIVER BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE ;