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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. PAGE THREE Capital, Rest ui ladlvMci Profits Exeeci $5*000,000 Why Not Start a Savings Account Now 7 Money is more plentiful now than nt any other season, and you can make a good start before tne New Year. A Savings Aceout in the Union Bank of Canada will give yon a comfortable feeliiig of security and make it easier to keep on saving. $1.00 starts an account, and deposits of $t.ooand upwards are received. Interest at the bighsst current rate is paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER A h(ii)py llroHiflo IjIr Imnk nccoiint. is bottor than a Xo onij iH URcIosH in Uiis world who liRhtuns tho l)ursjii-tal is recognized nnd operated ns the City Hospital for the City of Lethbridgo, an annual grant shall be made thereto by the City of Ixthbridgc of Old age, like time, wears off the gilt, and like the gilded furniture of ancient date, ])eoplo also, become tar nished. At the whole future is overlaid with gold. How brilliant it is! As the boys and girls grow up the gilt ..nd glitter grow dim, until at last, with the Journey done wo stand, the i)ro.seiit laid bare before us -no gold there-the trappings ot the hoped-to-bc, iniisty and forgotten, tho brilliancy of nttainmnnt dimmed and corroded. And onl.y this is left to us, that tar away in tho past, tho golden glow still hangs over the days of long ago, and for some of us far in the future, n golden mist bangs just beyond the sunset,^ wlny-o piling clouds form gatci ot pearl. ^lark the young man who is coarse and disicwpeetful to his mother. No roseate pathwa.v can be hers who shall sustain to him tlic relation of wife. Not the happiness will be the lot of those who shall como to"bo his children. Xot (o be envied is the neighborhood. oven, in which he must be reckoned as a citizen. It for something to turn up, one turns something up; so while t(!ii fail one succeeds and is called a man of luck, the favorite of fortuac. J>uck and fortune is the result of honest emiea-vor, work nnd toil, and if you would succeed, go to work, an amount not less tho.n $1,000.00 1 Hoca not matter what the mental toward its maintenance and support, which Bald grant shall be accepted by the said hospital in full 0/ all charges or claims against the City for the attendance nnd care ot patients for whose attendance and care tho City might otherwise bo liable. . So long as the said Gait Hospital shall be operated and recognin-od n,s the City Hospital of the City of Lethbridgo, in addition to tho annual grant thereto, tho City will supply to the said Gait Hospital water and light at the actual cost thereof, if tho city shall during such timo bo itself operating tho water and light plants. 8. That the votes of tho electors duly qualined to vote on this Bylaw shall bo taken on tho Second Day ot December, A. 1). 1908, at tho City Police Stittion, in. the City ot Loth-bridge, between the hours ot NINE o'clock in tho forenoon and EIGHT o'clock in tho afternoon, and the Secretary "Treasurer of tho City of Loth-bridge shall, in pursuance of the Loth bridge Charier act as returning officer therefor. DONE AND PASSED IN COUNCIL this day of A. D. 190 status (,l thnl inolher is, how old. how bent, how discrepit, (he man to whom she is mother owes to her gentleness, kindncs.s, tenderness and consideration. Did she fall back and difl the children with superior advantages pass her in the race? But tliink of her toil and trials, her devo tion and denial, her mind and her years that she gave, that her children might derive the benefit. Think ot her sacrifice-no wonder ary with carc and burdened with sorrow, to have a-home to which we ran go, and there in the midst of frieiifls we love, forget our troubles uiid dwell in peace nnd quietness. Home is tho chief school of human virtue. Us responsibilities, joys, sorrows, smiles, tears ,hopoR and solicitudes form the chief interest of human life. Sometimes a person's tongue gets them into trouble watch the tongue; it is your tongue, it belongs to you, and it is the ,onl>- one for which you are responsible. \'oiir neighbor's tongue may need care iilso, but that is his business; this is yours to see to. Watch your tongue. It needs watching. It is a lire-watch it. It is the helm which guides tho vessel. Let the helmsman Uim'P wide awake. It can bless or it can curse, it can poison or heal; it can I'iercc hearts or blight hoi)es; it can sow discord or separate chief friends. Watch your tongue, no one hut you can take care of that tongue. Your neighbors may wish they could bridle it but they can't do it. �riic sIocUk of two f?oullicrn .\II)i'rta coal prany. In both stocks til. tradlriR ba.s bci'ii very heavy ot lute. Concerning the matter the Vniiconver Proviiiei- one day week Iuk! the tollowiiiK: 'liie heavy sales of Royal Collieries wiiicli have recently taken place were continued today on the local stock exchange with an obstinacy that is only beaten by the absolute immobility of buyers. Then" was no lui.aita-tion when the call .'Started this morn-inp. The bid of 33 1-2 was inndc once, ami sali's of .^)00 at a time took place with almost monotonous regularity, until no than ten thous-niul bad rbanped hands, ,\t this point .sellerH lie.�itatcd, but not so buyers; ,'i;t 1-2 bid was called and at last Hellers olferetl at ;!,'� and refused to come lower, thus adiiiitting their defeat once more. Royal Collieries are certainly providing the exchange with the preat(;st sensation it has had. Tliere have been about 2.'),000 shares fold at 33 l-'2 in the last week, and llie jirice has rem.'iined absolutely steady. Tile following day the same jiaper reported further activity as follows: This moriiinp's session on the local stock exchaiipe. was iendere-wor'.h denies . Toronto re ;. 1 that b' ',- poinp apaili to Vienii': ( r tr at i i' fo'. def -ive heari .g 11'.' ha* b!>n relieved ��ince his fir-l vi-H t.  I na and x^ects by c,)i'i,,Tiig the �a nient tli-ie will la- ri , nensrily It .1 ,�fcon(i Irip to th : A'lM-iMi c.I. Mai, Mayor. Secretary Treasurer NOTICE IS Hn^REBY GIVEN that the above is a true copy of a proposed Bylaw which has boon introduced ami which may bo finally passed by the Council (in tho event ot tho consent of tho burgesses being obtained thereto) after ono month from tho 10th day of November, A. D. 1908, being the day of tho first publication thereof in tho "Letiibridgo Herald" and that tho votes ot tho burgesses will be taken upon tho propo.sod Bylaw on the .2nd day ot December, A. D. 1908, between tho hours ot NINE o'clock in the forenoon, nnd EIGHT o'clock in the afternoon, at the City I'olico Station in the Citj- ot Loth-bridge. Geo. W. Robinson, Socretnry-Tronsuror In this country, the grandest on earth in most respects, we arc not sulllciently instrucle-iorts of home. And when you have made a character for energy and thrift, ask some .voung lady to share your homo with you. We wouUl say to every young lady, mark those men who are lounging around attempting to live by their wits, or .jm tho interest of their dobts; nnd when thoy usk you to share the lot of an aimless life, pass them on, foi- j-ou cannot nflord to marry a man without prosperity or business hnliits unless yon wish to sell yinir.solf for n mess of pottage. Again we wouhl reiterate, young ninn, go to work. While ten men watch for chances ono man ninkes a chance. Whilo ton men wait APPRECIATION OF MR. OLIVER (Stratford Beacon.) The splendid testimonial Hon. Frank Oliver received in his 2,000 odd majority was well earned. He has udministeVi'd the Intorior Ilepart-meiit with remarkable care. Tliere is not a blnck mark ngninst it under his n'gime. - All the alleged timber Innds scandals originated before he took onice. nnd wore the result ot continuing the system in use by the Tory Government ol selling these lands by tender on short notice. Mr. Oliver changed all this, nnd .'>nles have since been made only nfter wide publicity, thus ensuring thorough coinpetitioii. Tho Wost knows this and has shown its np|)recinlion of Mr. Oliver's good work in the mnjor-ity it pave him. Toronto's population is now 287,-201, an increase of nearly l.T.OOO in a year. CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Succesior to G. W. H. Keed PhoM 211 -Did you ever try- THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the shortest notice. LuncKes Put Up For Outing Parties The Boston Luncli i NEXT TO ARUNGTON HOTEL BARONESS ROAD i-2 and 31 hushels an acre. Aforeo 'i  llie electrified wheat sold at hiptic-r prici'.-than the other. Ill 1907 the electrified plot yielded 41.4 bushels tin ucr<', the une'..:dviHe:l plot .32 bushels. The electrified wliont was hrighter and bi'lter, and also better filled out. The profes.-;or's experiment.''. this year in(!lu''"d str iwberrie.s. which pave a yield ot 35 p�r cent better than an untreated plot. l{.).,pberrie.^ also did better thoupli with this curious feature that the foHagn and fruit on the old stems showed no difference while the new prowth, particularly after tlie old wood was cut back, showed on enormous difference in favor of the electrified. Th? manuridl treatment w.'us exactly siinii.i.v Small plots of p'ltaloes also sliowed a lar�;e increase. A FOOLISH MORTAL Franklin, ^[an., Nov. 16.-Alex Fraser, about -K years of age attempted suicide here today hy cutting his throat witli a jack-knife. a Get our  j PRICES j on  Corrugated Iron  tralvanized and Painted  Metallic Siding  Metallic Shingles I before buying elsewhtye , We have just placed a  curlond of the well-known  Metal Shingle and Siding � Co.'s goods in stock  OLIVER'S MANUrnCTURING CQMPANY � Office and Factory  : Cor. ROUND Bfld BOMPIIS STREETS I  Telephone<153 2 Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 * The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westriilnster Rd. FROM it9 % m ^ EACH $150 Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third (J months, balance 12 mouths. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ipply llberta Railway and Irrigation Co, (lind Diinrtineit), Lttlbridge, llta. \ Ring Up 108 WheU'^ou want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily f JOHN BRODIE -f �  i; Place Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... m. HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed ! PHONE 289 I 7517 ;