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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta v.� * , aii II THE SfdlE OF QUALITY. Big Discounts Crockery to clear stock, preparatory to building Kelson orty for the city's sewers provided the grounds wore left In the same condition after any excavations as be -fore. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P. wrote that the titlo to the land occupied by the MacLeod Road inside the city Urn -its had been transferred to the city. A communication from tho Ln -combe Town Council was received, complaining thnt tho Provincial License Act tends to curtail hotel accommodation and to militate against tho growth of cities, towns and villages. The letter was referred to the Board of Trade and tho.2ri.000 Club. 11. Morton Jones appeared before (the Council asking that tho Tennis jClub bo allowed to make cindcrcourts on the north-east portion o( the mutton jMquare ami nsklng for a measure to protection. The request was granted but the Club was advised that the be as require a cook for your ' and beef. I I n husband for greater things, A seamstress you're wanting for square might l� required by the city nt any time. socks and fc r shirts. What You Pay Out For Rent .In ton yean pays tho owner oC the house you live in nil that that house cost him in the first place, without yon ever owning � stick or alone in it yourself. Ten yean rent money will buy you n comfortable home of your own. Men ot large means can sometime* afford to pay rent, becuuse their is invested iu enterprises "that pay bijj; rates of interest, but the man w on a salary and anxious to yet ahead in the world, should hasten self from the rent burden, 'The purchase of a home on the easy is pre-eminently the best investment for the poor man. Act now-this spring. Buy a lot at least. For $10 cash and the balance on monthly payments, we will sell you lots $ of a mile out for $125 each, $10 down and $10 per month. money orkiiiK to free huneasy payment piun �THE C.B. Bowman Agency l look tor n man and a king. V king for the beautiful realm called home. And a man that the Maker, God, 1 Shall look upon as ,f first. I And say. "It is very good Tho electric wire from the stand  pipe to pump house will be erected by the Western Canada.Agency, their tender being the lowest. The water-! works committee recommended also lie did on the'the immediate laying of water mnlns !on llartlett 8t. from Courtlnnd The Connoisseur that knows the taste of good, para beer puts Alberta Pride in favorable coutrast to uuy of the imported been j win you love me then 'mid on the market. It has the true flavor of the malt and hops that makes it a soother as well as an iuvieorator. When you want a delicious and  refreshing beverage in your home order Lethbridge beer. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd St. jto London Rood and on Cutbill St. from Courtland St. to London (load 1 am fair and young but the roses { Tenders for the building if nn will fade j Isolation hospital will l� asked for, From my soft young cheek one day- ' the cost to be covered by deben- its fnll-'turcs. The lanes In reor U Hound lng leaves, ami Itcdpath St. will tie cleaned Im- As you did 'mid the bloom of May? ,mediately, and the Provincial government tie requested to tklvc the Post Office Block List your property with us. Lethbridge Phone 200 Is your heart an ocean so strong and decp,-'- I may launch my all on its tide? A loving wotuen And* heaven or-hell On the day she is made abrido. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [hotel dallasJ Wallwork stable Infected with glanders, burned. The Health and Belief Committee submitted an estimate of $3,000 fcr the year. The Works and Property Committee {submitted an estimated ex|iondlturc1 1 require aU things that are good jot $13,707.80 exclusive of 12,000 for j and true. .{MacLeod road improvement, $l,f>&*> i All things that a man should tic. [for street grading and $1000 for ! If you give this all, 1 would stake'sidewulk construction as per the en- i my life 'glnecr's report. Hereafter those Tolie all you require of mo. 1 ! whi.se petition for public works are !not granted will be notified as tot ho If you cannot l� this-a laundress'reason. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS und cook ' Vou can hire with little to pay; llut a woman's heart, and a woman's Jim Are not to left one moment out of plaro when not being road. A Safe Investment ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. flryine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 par Day FREE BUS MEETS ~C ALL TRAINS FOR SALE. Pgr Sale-A correspondence course, j^opd. school, Owner unable to n.$jt With It. Apply toBox 0, Iler- FOUND. A sum of money on May 9th. Owner can have same by provtng2 property and paying for this ad? vertiscment. Address Box 331, Lethbridge. McKenzic&Roy ELECTtUCIANS Dealers in Electrical appliances, Motorr, Private TsU phonos, An-nuneiaton, Kl-trotiara, Sbadaay eto. Consult ua for ccenomioal house lighting- Oflea^Jtoi^Bti I*th*id�� PbtJ^arH, To Subdivide* About 40 aorta close to the city wanted for sob-division purposes, by nurchaaar with 5,000 cash to pay-down. Giva location, price and-best terms, Box 8, Herald Office. any of the expense thnt-the streets crossing the estate should be ojtened for the public use. Cement walks will bo built on lledpnth St. from Union Honk past the Whitney block, and on south from Hound to Olyn St.. on Ford St. from Lethbridge Hotel to Smith St. on west side of Hound St. from Itcdpath to Dufferin St., on Baroness ltoad, south side from Hound to Oaljt St., on west side of llartlett St. from Itedpath to Jtompns, on south side of Itompas from llartlett to Ashmead, on north side of lloni-pas, 800 ft. east of Dart let t, on Argyll? Ave. 800 ft. east of Darllott, on south side of Courtland St. from j llurdett to Cutbill, on east side of I Bartlett from Itedpath to Dufforln and on Coutts west sido from Itcdpath to Ff.rd, enet sido Crebb St., north side of llompns, and on ltotn-pas from Smith to Wood St. In addition three cement crossings wilt I be placed across Hound St., at liar- 1 oncss ltoad, Ford amIHedpath Sts., j across Itedpath nt Olyn St. across Crubb a>t Doinpas, across llompns nt Crabb.. Street grading on Dufferin from Round to Westminster, tn Itedpath from Olyn to Westminster on Bur-lett from Baroness ltoad to London Road, and on Itarttett from Hcil -path to Courtland as recommended. A cinder puth on south and west sides of the square will tie built. Two additional lots, So. 20 and 30, Illcck 52, were, purchaoed from tho A.H. tc I. Co. for sewer right of way and city ordinance yaril. A storehouse for piping, etc., will be built hero. Socrotary treasurer Robinson was voted 950 for extra services in connection with the civic celebration. The early closing by-law was Introduced but was hold ovor in order that those interested who had not signed tho petition might be made aware of its. provisions. The first eleven clauses ot tho Health By-law were passed. A special meeting will be held to-night to consider this by-law. ' The following accounts ware ordered paid. Marshall-Wells Co. inoO.OS.  Dominion Wood Pipe Co. f 1183.07. Dominion Wood Pipe Co. #12118.1 o A. R. * J. Co. 94.80. Macomb Sewer Pipe Oo. $697-00. Huntley Co. $5.70. Can. Fairbanks Co. 940.00. Central Hardware Co. 930.00. C. W. Oray 93.40. K. Adams 964.65. L. H. Fowlor & Co. 911.60. You want safety first, when you consider au investment. We are speaking to investors not speculator*. Here's a olimice to invest your money where it will be safe and where it will easy from 50 to 1U0 per cent. i HiO acres of choice farming land, o miles from Lethbridge, good dwelling house, stables and corrals on the piopcrty. ull fenced. Price $H'> pt>r acre, on easy terms. * 010 acres, splendid full wheat laud, U miles from Lethbridge, on Alberta Kuilwuy. Price $1*> per acre, easy terms. We hnve still got u few North Ward lots nt $75 each. $10 down, balance $5 p**r month. Eakiri be veillleil liy .Statutory Declitrntioil. and FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after the said Iftth day of Juno 1007 tho exocutrix will Ims at liberty to distribute tho nssotti of tho said deceased or any part thoreot amongst tho parties entitled thereto having regard only to tho claims of which sho shall then have notice. IVted nt U'thhiitlgii the 17th dny of May, W>7. W. ('. SIMMONS, Advocate for tho Executrix. NOTICE.1S IIERERV 01VEN thnt nn examination will lherta, at Calgary. May 17th and 18th, (Fire Hall) High Hlver, May 20th, (Astoria Sample Room); Nanton Mny 27th, (Van-tun Hotel Sample Hoomj; (lircsholiii. May 20t�i, (Allxtrtn Sumplo Room). Mucleod, May Hist. Pincher Creek. Juno 1st, (Arlington Sample Room). Frank, Juno o'clock A.M., for the purposo of giving ongimvi'M anil np|�i>ntices nn opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under I ho provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1000. Application for examination shouT^t bo nsndo to the above named Inspector or to JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. DepnitnvDut of Public Works, Edmonton, Alberta. Royal North West Mounted Police TENDERS FOR COAL JOVAl. NORTH WEST MOUNTER POLICE 11107-08. Sealed tenderstldiridge, Culffary Edmonton, Muph* Creek, Mncleod, Fort Kasknti-hi-vvaii llattleford. Details as to quantities its|iiiied, nnd conditions of tender nnd delivery can lie had on application to the officer!! commanding the dtslricls named nbove. No pa.vuu*nt will lie mndo to any paper inserting this advertisenienl without authority. 40 Acres Close to city, for sub-division purposes, wanted by. purchaser .with $5,000 cash, to puy down. G ive location, price and best terms. Bos S, Herald Office. TENDERS. Tenders vill bo received until the 15lh day of June, 1007, for tho purpose of building a school houso in the Himlsvlllu School District. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications can ho olytnin ed from secretary. W. .1. HUNT, Secretary. .10-0-1 il. WANTED. Oenersl strvaat wantad. Mrs. I^thbrWco. Apply to Itegina JAS. HITCH(E. Iusp.. Supply Oillrcr. May 2lst, 1007. :�0-(t PASS THE EAST WIND.' Miss Affiles Slack, secretory of the International W.C.T.U., told on the 'Morion,' us she was about lo sail for Liverpool, A temperance story. 'A little hoy one evening �t dinner gazed nt his father's face a Inns while, nnd then said; ' "Papa, what nmkes your nos^ so dreadfully red?" ' ' "The east wind, of course," the father answered witli grulT haste. "Pass that jug of beer nnd don't talk so much." 'Then from the other enil of I lie of the table, tho hoy'ft mother i said sweetly; 'Yes, Tommy, pass your father the east wind, nnd bo enivi'ul not to spill any'on tho cloth." ' ;