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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mix SI mmiininiii Some Choice Buys 3 lots on Bruce street at $250 4 lots on McDuff street at $250 FARM LANDS 320 acrcis close to shipping point, $9.50 acre. 1600 acres choice land near town, $7 per acre. Alberta Realty Co. RuUri'c oi iDioinc, thu^euts mUsi be ke|rt up or the equity involved will be lost. To theso cauacB we attribute the shortness ,of mpitcy ^n.ol-iiciiblc Bt present. 'J'iines are not bad but overwK-lmingly good; this country was never so prosperous, and the ninn who is not making uioncy ni>w may expect to go to the wall when this wave of prosperity ebbs. The man tvho fuiis to keep a safe |>ath to. the woods carefully tracked out is also unwise. If we mistake not, times uru soon coming that will show which is cash and which is xvinrt in the finance of this country. -Necpnwa (Mon.) Register. -- � THE L.\XD OF THE DEAL. (Mr. Geo. W. Fowler to the Insurance ComuMSsion after he hod , been subpoenaed to give evi^ ORDERED thai service up-, on the defendant, Enuna Valentine^ of the writ ol summons and statement of claim in this action by pub^ lishing this order together wlih the notice hereon indorseit once a week for 4 weeks commencing the 9ih day of May, A.D., 1007. in the weekly ncwspai>Kr, the I.Mhbridge Hti-ald, published at Le'thbridge in the Province of .Mberta be deemed good ami sutlicicnt service of the said writ and statement of claim iipon the defendant, Emma Valentino. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the said defendant should enter an appearance to the said writ of summons and Ale her statement of defence in the Office of The Clerk o( the Court at Lethbridge on or before the day of .luly, 1907. AND IT IS FURTHTSR ORDERED that the costs,of this application be costs in the cause. ARTHUR L. SIFTON. Press Grinding 1 roomed cottage that cost less than UNREASONABLtE HOUSE BEETS. The housing problrat is getting to ))e a serious cne in Calgary. flotises suitable 1^ mechanics and laboring men cannot' be got at anything like a reasonable price, and^as a result that class of persons are not staying in Calgary and helping to build up the tovn. If some common-sense is not exhibited by the owners of dwelling houses the renting of houses will be e-xploit-edas badly as real estate wos a few monthsago, and the setback will be luitc as severe. The city is recovering nicely from the result of overdoing the real estate business, but it will net fully recoveruntil the owners of dwellings who have thorn for rent adopt a sane policy. It is no uncommon thing tor a landlord or his agent to ask 500 or $600 a year for a six or seven thinks the tennant cannot wait better himself. to This, fortunately, dees not apply to every landlord, and there are enough of fair-minded men owning hous es in the city to ccunteract the evil effects of the "get-rich-�iuick" bunch. -Calgary Daily News. One of the jests ever mode nt the expense of Sir .lohn MacdonaUl is tkic memorable one standing to the credit of Sir Richard Cartwright, of whom it nuiy be said that he never attempted a humorous effect in hi.s life wi'thout achieving it brilliantly. Mr. Collins had but recently issued his biogrnph.v of Sir John, when in 'Everything seems to have gone up |the discussion of the public accounts except the price of lumber. This is'an item was hapiwn'ed on showing a C. .1. S. C. Dated May 3rd, 1907. "sure made a mess of -High River Times. it this time." Considerable objection is being made to the new postal arrangements between Canada and the United States. It looks as if newspaper publishers will have to pay one cent a copy on all papers sent to our