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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pjgc13 TTTF. LETlTBltTDOE nEI Friday, May 1012. A wonderful opportunity oi! a generation of lifetimes lias jirst been tlirmvu open be reguired to carry the scheme to successful con- clusion. Extra Water Charges Discussed Water is very necessary in the growing of grass Cor, a lawn of which the owner need hot be ashamed. But i grant sufficient to cirrv on the work! concluded tint tht citv should j of the board Tntt MS considered j ue ashamed of itsUC in asking the to be the satisfactory solution of to pay out good.'money for PHONE. 3Iai tin's Baggage. Tiansfcr Flax Seed FOR SALE ALSO Chicken Feed Being' Flax Screen- ings W. R. Dobbin v Sherlock Block; whole problem, and seen> to be the prevailing sentiment among the citi- zens. the water needed to make the 'lawns and boulevards beautiful. Till water Bhould be given at a nominal The .secretary had prepared a TOUKU figure, if not entirely free. The muni- clpal'committee will interview the city draft the amounts estimated for the various committees, but as these were not decided on lust night, nor will be until after the council has declared itself 'on OKI matter of grant, the amounts were withheld from publication. Different This Year However, I here is one thing sure, and that was that the ladies are not to be forgotten this year. The board of trade last year was very iastic.about the formation .of a Wo- men's Civic Club, hilt when it came to putting up tlie money for thorn to work .with t ho-board did not rise to tho occasion strongly enough to raise themselves In tho estimation of the women's executive. This year it ft-to. be'entirely dUfei mit, and tho men expect to stand in Lhe gopd gnccp of tho ladles once more Sis hundred dollars MRS o Jthe lo hp use I UK in is thc> nm GCP fit 1C Ihtj need, alt have. council in the matter. "Lethbriclge neautiful" will .he one of the aims of the ooard-this year. Help to Get Railway Having decided .to wait, upon the council tcr Rftecii thousand dollars, I he board proceeded to consider fur- ther 'matters. 0. W. Green, in the absence of Chairman Hiplcy of th< Eipecial bridge committee, reported on Seed Potatoes Early Ohio's, specially picked, at per ton limited (ho, result of the'irh) to Turin one week- ago last Saturday. While they i Irnfl not mot im -MICPPSS m g-er ting the-bridge, they "had found out just how rich a country then; tri- butary to Leihbrulge on the north. They had also Teamed at "first hand just how badly the fanners in 'tlie districts visited' need 'a railway. He thought'the-beard ghoiilcl help them' to get that railw-ij Secretary .Manwariug stated" that reports were to the effect' that'the proposed Suffield branch of the C..P n. would be built to Sundial frbrii the Suflield, .end. this year. He thought til b would hue a. tendency to lob Lethbnd re of piit of its dibtnbutmg terntou It was a matter for the; railway committee-to investigate, so the matter was referred to them .for I report. i A letter was read from Lieutenant j Governor Bnlyea stating that he had received the resolution of the-beard in respect to tho removal of Frank from its present location, and that-it. had been forwarded to his ministers) for action. Chas. secretary of tho Western Canada Associated Boards 1 of Trade, wrote stating that tho an- nual convention of that organization would be held in Moose Jaw oh June and G. and asking that the board send in any resolutions which it wishes considered at .the .convention: The matter was tabled till next-meet- ing In the absence of President Gun ninghim last meeting presided over bj the prebiduit H A AlcKillop NOW IS'-THE-'TIME-TO FOR PLANTING For hardy trees, shrubs; 'currants, peromjiala, BuHable for Lethbrldgo district, write-r- A, Mitchell Nursery Co. COALDALE, ALTA. in except, oi the ris of the The act and hi it meant Imp onlj to be phined 10 tie people and aie to ta c ifhintige of it CLEAN UP JASPER PARK t dmonton Dotii? las, .Dominion park commissioner, leaves Wednesday for Jasper. Park to ovorsee an early opcninjr of the, u Him 1 spring improvement work, which will require the employment of about'00 men The n ork to be donp ronsistfa of repairn g enclcsaret, the game already in the jiark, 'build- ing culverts antl bridges'over streams and cutting out new roads EDMONTON BOSSES GET MOTORS Edmonton, May In 'Calgary, ilie various superintendents will prob- ably Iva supplied with automobiles. The commissioners have written' the 'city clerk of Calgary asking what partmenls ha-il, the machines, and the reply, received'stated that nearly all had been supplied, including the street railway, electric light, and tho chief electrician. EDUCATIONALIST DEAD Toronto, "Jla-y- Jlac- Mnrchy tho cducitlomliat ill juied n street car Ibursdiy, died here lasl night. IS GREAT YEAR FOR ALBERTA PREMIER SiFT.ON IS OPTIMISTIC .OVER THE OUTLOOK EVERY- WHERE IN PROVINCE Aliij A L Siftou urcmlcr. of Alborta, spent yesterday n the city. In the course of a brief intervievr Premier -SI ft on said ihnt this would be the greatest year in railway and tele phone extension in the history of !he province. Only .the scarcity of Hibor ind materials, lie said, would curtail proposed extensions. riio fumeis of ihe rovlnn contln .ied Premier Sifton. are taking ndviin- ;age of the legislation passed in tlieir' interests at the recent session of the legislature The new hail insurance act. is nmch more popular than the old act aiid the fanners are pleased at being )laced on the same basis in regard to ,he Insurance it-s a business concern, The new municipal act; Is proving j iSpecially popular and up auout. !0 appHcatlous'have been received for he formation of iiiuiiicliialitles. 'I'lily ff Alberta Co. Limited LETHBRIDGE Tents, Tent Cots-and Awnings The good oluV-auniiner trmo'-l.i al lland old Sol is making Iilm- ielf nioro ftbout tint awil ng jon intend id getting0 Isou the time to vmir oidci QUOTATIONS GIVEN ON APPLICATION ;