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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Big Discounts OF QUALITY.' Crockery to d^ar stock, pTeparatory to building n (ft Fraser LETHBBIDGE Meats,PoultFy and Game Unsurpasseil in excellence. We supply the beat the niflrket etforda. Give u�  trial. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 iMHiiHHng' RCYCnCS Bt a Duuku. The Connoisseur that kaowsitbe vtait*;: of gtppd^ IN|Iw,,Kou hav� saked for the eoatliaei thlnii Ever iiM|id� by the hand abc/Ve- A woamui'a. btart and a wotaan's And a woniii'a wonderful low? Do you luipili; ):ou have'asked fcr thin priealaaa thing, As a child/might aak.for a toy, Ifmandtaci^iJrJiat others haw died to win*' With the reckless dash of a boy? Vbu have written my.lesson of duty out-r /Man-likf.haye you questioned n*-:NJpwstiaBd|fS|t the bar of my woiii�n's soul, ITntn I have questioned thee. You reciuirc your mutton shall always be hot, Your socks and your sltirts be whole; I rcfiwire your heart' be as true aa Ood's stars. And pure as His heaven your soul. You require a cook for your mution and becl. I n husband for greater things, A Kcamstress you-'re, wanting, lor socks and fcir shirts. I look for a nran and � kittg. A king for the beautiful realm called home. And a man-that the Maker, God, Shall look upon as. Us-tlid- on the first. And say, "It is very good." ] am fair and young but the roses Will fadt From mj* soft young cheek one day-Will you love me then 'mid its falling leaves. As you did 'mid the bloom of May? Is xbur heai::t an 6ccaa.SL' strong and deep.if I may laiutch n^v all on ltatide> A- loving woni(|i||.-Q(i#ir heaven o^ hell On the day she is made' nbride. I require aU things that are good and true. All things that a man should bo. If you give this all, I would stake my life . Tobe all you require of mo. ' If you cannot he this-a laundress and cook '( Vou caanira with llttla to pay; But a womin's heart, and a wotmin's lif^ Are fiot to ba-won^thai way. Luxuries and the surroundings of waaUh aiMlKidlMiMa caanot bring.^on-tenlnwtt to a young woman of pluck and good sense. She would far rather deny herself all luxuries and enjoy the, gUriouo nense of independr ence wf|ich;,her-osta exertions brings If paiwkta could but realise this they would iwriMfta oftener aaaiSt their dauffhttsrS;'in procuring seHrSupport -in^, hoabrable I enjosmwnt, vJierein the,ivsti(m roving of the mind roi(^t be.'checkod. I Ok Bofel Jlrliitrton FRED. BOONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC ^kxCCUENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER 1-^ RATES ,$1.60 A DAT LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA (SI pipiyal ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Ili^ine & Lemon, - Proprietors RclM $1 JO�kl $2.00 put Biy BUS MEETS TBAXN8 SAMPLE ROOMS IS'W OONNEUnON ^^Sale-A .'ebrraapondpnce couraej Owner unable [Kli';tt. ARPly' toBox.0, Ber- mW},: ,........... FOUND. A- snm of money on May 9th. Wheii you talk to a man or a chil/l abputhia faults, don't stand otoi bill) witji a club. A foolish womanvtaa maiw a lover a hliaiiand. but it tak�i a bright wooMiBi to. keefi a husband: a Idver! Home. witkouK a ^woman's care and a woman's love is like no home at all-only the empty nest In a winter's gale from which the birds have Hown. It is not the woman who Is forever chasing everyone in the house with a bfoo^.or dHstjer wjio. a�ak�9 the Oiost impressipa aj to the df^airabtemsea of neatness and order. While she ' is making a martyr ot herself in her frantic attempts to always keep the hearth tidy,:and-the.'Wopdwork|>qliBh ed, and ittieicacpeta 'fnH^fratn spot or. speck, she is Often driving away the better elenwnta of the home- peace and loy* and harmony, A child cannot enjoy his plaything^ without a place in which to play, la'r�- when not being road. Motorr, Privatt Tttophontt. An niwoittow. BiMlMliinr SJmmIm to. Oeninh u� for eooomioal bouM URbtimt. Owner cfn have same IqrppffR^ pfopgrty.andriwylBff; for tbit4 vertiseiMnt. AddMM 'Bos Lethbridge. About 40MfMoloM to the city wMitod for MUdivitton parpowM, bfttiMbtMr with AOOO OMb to W .{MgrTdowa, fliv* loMtioo, pric* ua-^bMt tetat. Boi 8, Rardd OffiM- QiifCoaiiciL All the city fathers but Aid. Wat-sOn were' present at the Council meeting on Monday night. Engineer Arnold recommended that in the matter.of property aub-divis-ton that the regulations of the Department of Public Works be adopted except that the pl/ins be aubmlttcil to the City Council instead of the Mialater of Public VWorka. It was de-cid?d that all suh-diyisions already made stand, if approved - by the engineer but that after Jutte 1 all subdivisions inust conform to the regulations. The Oalt Hospital Boai^ granted rights ot way across theii* property for the cHy'ssewora provided the grounds were left in the same condition after any excavations as be -fore. W. C. Simaiibns, M.P.P. wrote that the title to the; land occupied by the MncLood Bond inside the city limits had beieii;iransferrod to the city. A communication frdm th� La -combe TownCouncil was received, complaining that the Provincial License Act tends to curtail hotel accommodation and to miUtate against the growth of cities, tpvns and villages. The letter was referred to the Board of Trade and| the.25.000 Club. B. Morton Jones appeared tieforo the Council asking that the Tennis Club be allowed to make cindorcnurls on the north-east portion of the .square and asking for a measure to protection. The request was grnntotl but the Club w�8 advised that the square |night be required by the city nt any time. The electric wire from Mie stand -pipe to punp hotiaewiU be erected by the Western Canada.;Ageiicy, their tender being tbe lowest: The waterworks cctnmittoe recommended also the immediate laying of water mnins on Bartlctt St. from Courtldnd St. to I.ondon Road and on Cutbill St. from Courtland St. to London Road Tenders for the building ci an Isolation hospital will be. asked for, the cost to be covered by debentures. The iancs in rear cf Round and Itedpath St. will be cleaned inv-mediatcly, and the Provincial government be requested to litivc the Waliwork stable infected with gland-era, burned. The Ifealth and Relief Committee submitted an estimate of fffiOOO fcr the yeaiv a^he Woriks and Property Committee submHtcd an estimateti expenditure of SISI.TOT.SO exclusive of 92,000 for MacLeod road improvement, $4.95.*i for street grading and f4000 for sidewalk construction as per the engineer's report. Hereafter those whcsc petition for public works ore not granted will be notiiled as tothe reason. Engineer Arnold reported that the drainage of BaflF i:�lae wctiM cost Srae.SO. The engineer will he asketl to report as to the city's fair share of this expenditure, It was noted that diaries Street which passes through the lake is the., only street of the Oiiff estate that is opened, and the Council felt that if the city bear any of the expense that-the streets crossing the estate should be ofiencd for the public use. Cement walks will be iHiilt on Itedpath St. from Unicn'Bank' past the Whitney block, and on south; fi-om Round to Glyn St., on Ford St. from Lethbridge Hctel to Smith St. on west side of Round St. from Hedpath to DulTeria St., on Baroness Road, south side-from Round to Qaljt St., on west side'Of BarttQtt St. from Redpath to, Bompas, on south side of Bonipas . fromi Bartlett to Ashnwad, on north, side of Bom-pas, 800 ft. cast of Bartlett;on Ar-gylo Ave. 800 ft. e�Mt of Bartlett, on south side of-Courtland St. from Rurdett to Cutbill. on �aat side of Bartlett from Redpath.to DufTerin and on Coutts west side from Red-path to Fcrd, oaet side Crabb St., north side of Bompas, and on Bom-pas from Smdth to WooASt. In aiidition three cement crossings will be placed across Round St., at Baroness Road, Ford andRedpath Sts., across Redpath at Olyh St.' across Crabb oit Bompas, across Boii4)'a8 at Crabb.. Street grading on Dufferin from Round to Westntinster, cn Redpath from Glyn to WMtoiinsfeR on ' Bur-lett from Baroness Road to London Road, and on Bartk>tt from Red -path to Courtland as recomniDnded. A cinder path on south and west sides of the square will-be built.- Tv.-o additional lots. No. 90 and 36, BIcck 52, were purehoeed from the A.R. A! 1. Co. for sewer right of way. and city, ordinance yard. A storehouae for piping, etc.; will be built here. Secretary treasurer Robinson was voted ISO for extra services in, connection with the civic oeMiratloni The early closing by-law Was introduced but was hold over in order that those intereetod who had not signed the petition might be made %w�re of its. provisions. The first eleven .clauass of the Health Bylaw were passed. A special iiieetiBg will .be held t*�ight to consider U^ta-by-law. > The fnllowiag: accounts wars ;6rder^ ed paid. Marahall-lltollB 06. fSOOifliBi^  PoniiniQn. WcNKt Pipe Co. ttl89-07. BomdnidnWMd Pipe Oa^; |ia88;1A A. R. * I. Co. M.SO. . Macomb Sower Pipe Oo.BS�7CH>. Bent ley Co. 95.70. Can. niirbanks Co. 140.00. Central Hardwara Co. 980.00. C. W. aray'98.40. K. Adams 964.65. h. U. Fowler * Co. Sll.fiO. Out For Rent Til ten years pays the o.wner of the house you live ill all that tlmt house cost biui in tlie flrst place, without yon ever ownniK n stic^k or stone in it yourself. Ten years rent money will huy you ii comfortable hoine of your own. Men of large means can someiimes afford to pay rent, because their money is invested in enterprisesitbat pay big rates of interest, hut the man working on a salary and anxious to oet ahead in the world, should hasten to free luui-salf from the rent htirden. 'The purchase of a home on the easy payment plan is pre-eminently the best iuvastmeiit for the poor man. Act now^this spring. Btiy a lot at least. For $10 cash and the balance on monthly payments, we will sell you lots ^ of'a mile out fur 1125 each. I^IO down and-$10 per mouth. THE C.B.BowinonAgencn Post Office Block List yonr property with us. Lethbridge Phone 200 A Safe Investment You want safety first, when you consider an investment. We are speaking to investors not speculators." Here's a chance to invest your money where it will be safe and where it will easy from 50 to IW per cent. KiO acres of choice farming land, 5 miles from Lethbridge, good dwelling house, stables and corrals on the property, ail fenced. Price |l6 pep acre, on easy terms. * 640 acres, splendid fall wheat land, 9 miles from Lethbridge, on Alberta Railway. Price $1.5 per acre, easy terms. We have still got a few North Ward Iota at $75 each, $10 down, balance $5 per month. . iakin Matthews, i-td Investment Brokers Lethbridge, A Ita. Office-Bound Street, alongside Bank of Commerce. Phone 182 MM uMimm Western Transfer Co. 91.5.75. .1. D. IHginbofhani & Co. 9J0.7.'i. Nelson and Frnscr 931.31. ^ Jesse Walker $4.50. LetfabrMge Saddlery Co. $8.00. Herald Printing Co. ��.36. Wastcin Stationery Co. 90..56. Southern AllJcrta News iji.^a.OO. John, llnxiie S14.pp, G. \V. Robinson 9!23.50. Govcroment of the Province of Alberta. NOTiriC t6 ENGINKEiiS. Notiec to Cfff ditort. IN TOE MATTER OF THE ES-TATI-; OF AN'I'OTNE BRUCHKT, LATE OF LETHBRIDGE IS THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, DECBASEI). Pursuant to the order of the Hon. Mr. Justice Stuiirt dated the ITtli doy of May, A.D., 1907. I^AKtJ NOTICE thut nil iwrsons having claims nK'>>niit the above estate arc required to send to the un-dersigcned on or before the l.'Slh diiy of June A. J)., 1007, n complete statenwbt of sucb claim against tl)Q said estate together vith a Stnte-ment of .the,security (if nny) held by them for the snino, such claim anil statement t.o lie vorifte poMs, wanted by. purchaser .with 95.000 cash, to pay down. Give lo> oation, pribe and best terms. Box 9� Herald Office. � TENDERS Tenders villi Iw. received until the ISlh day of Jime, 1007, for the. purpose of building a school house in the Hi'intsville School District. Lowliest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications can l)e obtain ed from secretary. W. J. HUNT, j:^- -.V Secretary. an-rtria. WANTED. � Oencral ssrvaat wanted. Xrs. LsthbrWCD. Apply to Royal North West Mounted Police TENDERS FOR COAL I:OYAL XOnXH WEST MOUNTIOD POLME 1907-08. Sealed tender.':Mnarkcth., June 1907, for the supply and ik--livery of Coal 1907-08 for the following di.sl'ricts. llogina Maple CM-ok, lethbridge, Maclood, Calgary Fort Saskntchcwan Eilmonion, ' IJattloford, Details as to quantities required, and conditions of tender and delivery can'lw had on application to the. oi'-flcer.s canimnnding the districts named above. - ', No p.'iyntont will'lie made in any paper inserting " this advcrtlN�>nimi't Without authority. JAS. RITCHIE; Insr.., - Supply Olllccr. Regina. May 21st, 1067. / ftO-fl . 'PA.SB THE EAST WIND.' Miss Agnes Slack, secretary of the International W C.T.U., told on the 'Merion,' as she was about to sail for Liverpool, A, temperance story. '.V little boy one evening ^t dinner ga7�d at his father's face a long while, and then said: ' "Papa, what nuikes your nor;^ .so di-oadfuily red?" ' '-''The east wind, of course," t!lie father* answerc�i with gruflf hnsle. "Pass that jug of beer and don't talk so much." 'Then from tlio other end of the of the table, the hoy's mother 1 said sweetly; 'Yes, Tommy, pass, your father the cast wind, and lie cai'eful not to spill any'on the cloth." ' 91 ;