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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA ten TMB Why M Start t Money is more plenti- ful now than at auy other season, and you cm make a good start before toe New Year. A Sivtefl AcetMt in the Union Bank of Canada will give you a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving, starts an account, and deposits of upwards are received. Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 a year. LETHBRIDOE BRANCH: J. R. r I Rambling I A happy fireside is tetter than a big bank account. Xo one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of it for anoth- Don't lot alt the sunshine in na- ture become cloudy since you are growing older. By-Law No, 'JUIVI WVbUt ly.J QUClll A Bylaw of the City of -LelhbrlOKo cd wlth thc seal of the City Qf treal which thc Council may deem ad- visable. 3. Thc .said Debentures shall be seal to provide for certain grants to be made to the Cait Hospital, and for raising the sum of for the purpose of contributing towards the erection of a building to be used by tho Gait Hospital, for hospital purposes, in the City oC Lethbridge. WHEREAS lilliott Torrauce Gait has offered to contribute the sum of towards the erection of a new building for the Gait Hospital, be erected within the City of Lethbridge, upon condition that the City of Lethbridge shall coii tribute a like and shall also agree to the sum of not less than annually towards the maintenance of the said hospital, so long as it is used as a City Hos- pital, and it is deemed advisable to accept the said offer, and raise the said sum of money for the purpose of contributing to the erection of a new building as aforesaid. bridge, und signed by its Mayor and Secretary Treasurer, and payable in Canadian currency at the Bank of Montreal, in Montreal, 01; tho Bank of Montreal in Toronto, or the Bank of Montreal in tho City of Lethbridge in tho-Province of Alberta. 4. That in addition to all-other amounts there shall be levied and col lectcd in each year during the cur- rency of the said debentures, on aM rateable property in 'the City of Leth bridge, by special rate or rates suf- ficient thcrel'or, the sum of for paj-ing the interest on the said debentures, and thc amount of 57 to form a sinking fund for pay- ment of the debt created by the issue of said debentures, to be payable, le- vied and collected at thc same time and in the same manner as other tax cs are payable, levied and collected by statute or by Bylaws of thc City. 5. That notwithstanding any am- Times are not BO hard with some men when they want a plug of tobac- co as when their wives ask for a pair of shoes. AXTn G -j. i i enclmcnt from time to time AM) WHEREAS it is also deemed i. _. T- .be made to the Lethbridge Charter. uVisable to to thr> flAlt. T-mcni- ft he provisions of Sub-Sections 9 of Section 4 of Title 31 of the said Charter shall continue to be appli- alJle to the lands, on which the said iospital and outbuildings connected herewith, is or are erected and vhile such lands are used exclusively is a hospital site. G. That so long as the Gait Hospi- advisable to secure to the Gait Hospi- tal a. right to the exemption provided for Bunder Sub-Section 9 of Section thereto by the City of Lethbridge of a an amount not less than 1 Uocs not mattcr whnt js OVOIli in which as a dUzcn Jt toward its maintenance and support. said hospital In full of. all charg- es or claims against the City for the attendance and care of patients for whose attendance and care the City might otherwise be liable. So long assthe said Gait Hos- pital shall be operated and recogniz- ed as the City Hospital of the City of Lethbridge, in addition to the an- nual grant thereto, the City will sup- ply to the said Gait Hospital water and light at the actual.cost thereof, if the city shall during such time be itself operating the water and light plants. 8- That the votes of the .electors duly qualified to vote on this Bylaw shall bo taken on thc Second Day of December, A. D. 1908, at the City PolicoStation, in-the City of Leth bridge, between the hours of NINE o'clock in the forenoon and EIGHT o'clock in tho afternoon, and the Sec- retary "Treasurer of the City of Leth- brldgo shall, in pursuance of the Leth bridge Charter act as returning officer therefor. DONE AND PASSED IN COUN- J GIL this day of A. D. 190 taking effect, said for each debentures being or any multiple thereof, not in all to exceed the sum of and that coupons shall be attached to said debentures for. the.-half yearly interest on each debenture respectively, at said rate not exceeding five (5) pur cent, per annum as may hereafter fixed by a Bylaw of the City of Lethbridge, payable at thc office of the Secretary- Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, or at any branch of the Bank of Mxm Mayor. Secretary Treasurer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above is a true copy of a propos- ed Bylaw which has been introduced and which may be finally passed bj the Council (in the event of the con- sent of the burgesses being obtained thereto) after one month from the 10th day of November, A. D. 1908 being the day of thc first publication thereof in the "Lethbridge Herald' and that the votes of the burgesses will be taken upon the proposed By law on the 2nd day of December, A D. 1908, between the hours of NINE o'clock in the forenoon, and EIGHT o'clock in thc afternoon, at the Citj. Police Station in thc City of Leth bridge. Gco. W. Robinson, Secretary-Treasure! tutus of that mother is, how old, how discrcpit, the man to vhom she is mother owes to her [cntleness, kindness, tenderness and :onsideration. Did she fall back and Hd the children with superior ad- pass in the race? But hink of her toil arid trials, her devo ;ion and denial, her mind and her years that she gave, that her child- ren might derive the benefit. Think -of her wonder if she fell behin'd, with her heart in her home, in.the buds that were hers. There is no rank, no station, no condition that may exempt a manly man from a kind regard for a mother. In this country, the grandest on earth in most respects, we are not sufficiently instructed in the art manners. We are rather gruff, and sometimes unapproachable. Manners do not make the man. as the proverb says, but manners make the man much njore agreeable. A man ma> be noble in his heart, true in hi dealings, virtuous in his conduct, anc yet unmannerly. A gentleness o manners gives thc finish to tru gentleman. By good manners-we do not mean etiquette. This .is only conventional set of rules adopted bj what is called "good many of the rules of etiquette are th essence of rudeness. Etiquette doe. not permit genteel people to recog nize in the street a "man with a shab by coat, though he be their bro ther. -Etiquette is a liar in it "not at home" ordered to be told bj servants to callers at inconvenien seasons. Good manners include many requisites, but they chiefly con sist in politeness, and kind ness. They cannot be taught bj for something to turn up, ore turns something up; so while ten fail one succeeds and is called a man of luck, the favorite of Luck and fortune is the result of honest endea- vor, work and toil, and if you would succeed, go to work. There is no happiness in life, there is no misery like that growing out of tho dispositions which consecrate or desecrate tha_lionie. Home should1 be so truly home that the weary, terapt ed heurt could turn to it anywhere n the dusty highway of life and re- iive light and strength. What a lessing it is when weary with core and urdcned -with sorrow, to have a- omc to which we can go, and there the midst of friends we love, for- ct our troubles and- dwell in peace nd quietness. Home is thc chief :hool of human virtue. Its respon- ibilitics, joi's, sorrows, smiles, tears opes and solicitudes form the chief nterest of human life. Sometimes a person's tongue hum into trouble, watch thc tongue; t is your tongue, it "belongs to you, nd it is one for which yo'u .re responsible. Your neighbor's ongue may need care also, but that s his business; this is yours to sec o. Watch your tongue. It needs vatching. It is a it. It the helm which guides the vessel. Let the helmsman keep wide awake. It can bless or it can curse, :it can poison or heal; it can pierce hearts or blight hopes; it can sow discord or separate chief friends. Watch your tongue, no one but you can take care of that tongue. Your neighbors may wish they could bridle it but thej can't do it. to come lower, thus admitting their de-feat once more. Royal Collieries are certainly providing the exchange with the greatest sensation it has had. There have been about shares sold at 33 1-2 in the last week, and the price has remained absolute- ly steady. The following day the samo paper reported further activity as follows: This morning's session on the iocai stock exchange was rendered full of interest by the expectation of some further development in the Royal Collieries stock. Expectations were BYE-ELECTION DATE Regiua, Sask., Nov. 30 has been fixed AS nomination day ror the bye-elections to be held in the provincial constituencies of Hum- bold t and Saltcoats rendered neces- sary by the retirement of the sitting members, Ur. Neely and Hon. Thos. MacNutt, to contest Federal ridings. Polling will take place on Monday Dec. 7th. rule, but thcy cxnmple. may be taught bj THE Voodhall-Davidson Co. Ltd. Are new located in the ntw Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metal Siynpte, hrepmi WMIWS, Sfefles, bmptd Ean i'ss, etc. Caen! Afots Fetse ECIIWJ mi Victor Fmwcei mi Contractors are invited to investigate OUT and Stock Phom 142 P.O. Box 627 MR. AYLESWORTH'S HEARING OUuwa, NJ' A wor'.h denies Toronto re i that !i v going at'iin to Vienni i tr-nt i.' foe heari .e U.> bC'-'n relieved his fir-t vhH t. nu ami xpects by the 'i mc-nt th.'te will he n, l-r .second trip t.o lU: Ausi-i-tn en. APPRECIATION OF MR. OLIVER (Stratford Beacon.) Tho splendid testimonial Hon. Frank Oliver received in Iris odd majority was well earned. He has administeved the Intorior Oepart- ment with remarkable care. There is not a black mark against it under his regime. -All the alleged timber lands scandals originated before he took office, and were the result of con- tinuing the system in use by the Tory Government of selling these lands by tender on short notice. Mr. Oliver changed all this, and sales have since been made only after wide publicity, thus ensuring thorough competition. The West knows this and has shown its appreciation of Mr. Oliver's good work in the major- ity it gave him. Toronto's population is now 201, an increase of nearly in a venr. GO TO WORK Young man, go to work! There no timo to be idle now. You mua carve out your own way if it is evc successfully carved. You must carv out your own wny through energy perscvercncc and pluck. Labor honorable and the ignoble are tho who will not work. Get you a horn Fence a field and plow it and plan it, and gather around you the com forts of home. And when you have made a character for energy and thrift, ask some young lady to share your home with you. We would say to every young lady, mark these men who are lounging around attempting to live by their wits, or .on thc in- terest of their debts; and when they a-sk you to share- thc lot of an aim- Jess life, pass them on. for you can- not nflTnrri tr. wor-r-t- ...-it prosperity or business habits unless you wish to sell yourself for a mess of pottage. Again we would rcitcr- a-i.% io work. While ten men watch for chances one man mnkes a chnnce. While ten men wait you ever THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the notice. Lunches Tut Up For Outing Parties Ttie Boston Lunch NEXT TO AKUKrai BOTH. BARONESS ROAD CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Sncccwor to G. W. H. 211 Accounts must be PA in 15th of each month A L. Roy Whotetik Liyor Mtrctot 50 P.O. In 87 TlO PEP- fonuiias MS and 115 p.m. THEATRE PODE BAILSMAN The origiaal College Kid. assisted by the WEBBER SISTERS College Songs and Char- acter Changes Miss Hazel Songs, Dances and Char- acter-Impersonations Illustrated Songs The hits of the day MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pictures One Hour and a Half of Kefinecl Entertainment eureka Cteairc Next door to Herald Office Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MRS. GUINESS, THE FEMALE BLUEBEARD 1000 Feet of Fine Film Ko Divorce Wanted j Page Boy and Baby Illustrated Song HYACINTH HAMPTON Prices lOc and I5c CMtms PerfenuKt Startuf at 7.30 Any quantity. Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS A. CARRUTHERS CO. LTD. FORD STREET, NEAR THE MILLS P. 0. Box 60S Phone 260 The Uberta Railway and irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lot! of tte blind ail West if Itstaiwttr U. FROM d> 1 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road. S300 each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance. 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum EDISON For money invest- ed there is nothing that will give grea- ter interest in am- usemeut find plea- sure for the long winter evenings. New Aatcrtt 4 Ki. Records aW Prices: It The .prttq Cues PHONOGRAPH ELECTRICITY AIDS GROWTH A Swedish professor named Lem- strom lias discovered that wheat yields are greatly increa.vj'l ihe ground is charged with ciectv.eily. The results of experiment? coirluct- ed in 1906 were most From an electrified plot t'jo va- rieties yielded fjj i-2 and 31 bushels an acre. Moreo the electrified wheat sold at higner than the other. In 1907 the electrified plot yielded 41.4 bushels an acre, the plot 32 bushels. The olectrinVl wheat was brighter and and also better filled out. The professor's experiments this year indued str-'.wberries, which gave a yield of 35 per cent better than an untreated plot. Raspberries also did better though with this'Tur- iou.s feature that the foliage an-.l fruit on the old stems showed no difference while the new growth, particularly after the old wood was cut back. showed on enormous difference in fav- or of the electrified. The manuridl treatment was exactly Small plots of potatoes also showi.'il a iarge increase. A FOOLISH MORTAL Franklin, Man., Nov. Fraser, about 45 years of age attempt- ed suicide here today by cutting his throat with a jack-knife. 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