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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday August, 10.1910 Page 7. TO room house and stable, one block from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. FOE SALE OB KENT-5 modern hous es in Eiverview, 7 rooms each. FOE room cottage on Railway St., North Ward; furnace, water and electric light: iwo lots; Easy terms. FOR excellent warehouse corner lots in Block 6, Baroness Road. Very cheap and on easy terms. WE HAVE A PURCHASER for a modern 6 or 7 room house close in. GOOD TENANTS for a number of houses. Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver Hi Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering st lots on for sale tlie market tke each situated north oi the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. For the past five years we have been busy preparing a- line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and a: right prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta -tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- eties that 'Will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a liae of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard .to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think of it. MIRROR LAKE COLUMBIA BIG INCREASE IN WATER USED One Year Shows a Advance-Aid. King and City Engineer Last night's session oi xhe city council was another short one ana very iitue business transacted! ana few matters brought under dis- cussion compared with many meet- ings oi the last lew months. Those present were Mayor Adams, Aldermen Oliver, Sage, Hatch, Frayne and King. Aid. Bowiran, who is east, being the only, absentee.. To Light Lanes Supt. Reid submitted his report for the month of July. He stated that a total oi gallons oi wa- j ter were punped during the month, as against gallons in July 1909. The plan of placing lights in the lanes in the business 'district he believed quite feasible. The cost per light would be about Aid. King moved that the report be adopted. Aid. Oliver suggested that while adopting the report, it 'be decided to place the suggested lights in the lanes. Consequently the motion was amended, authorizing the placing of two lights per in the lanes on Round street from Baroness to Duff- erin and on Redpath Smith to G-lyn. A light was also ordered plac- ed at a point near the Ellison and Taylor flouring mills, John Taylor having offered to supply the "juice" if the -city would supply the lamp. Health Keeps fiie Hair fro Falling Oat to lack of nourishment at the Hair uxd oftea to aa of dandruff on the Bftlr Health UMd tefularljr, Hairrwta. the of Jaudrpff, and in t_kis way falUnf Hair aa4 stimu. a. healthy jrimreh. "I thonfht of writing- you time ago abomt tke truly remarkable results I hare obtained the liberal use of Hair Bealllt. I hare oily of praise for a. wwnderfal remedy. Mjr hair to fall out at a rery early Hair im a very skort time, covered my tcalp with. a jfT.wtk of hair. BlTDLOKG, R. L" THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MB4D OKflCK. ESTABLISHED X. W4LEBK, Gwcnl Paid-up Capital, Reserre Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Tbe sew Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a. most wmj m wfaicfc to catty naney when travelling-. Tkey are issued in and mod the exact mmtmit payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Fraaoe, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sw and Switzerland m stated on the face ecch cateqoe, while in ether tibey are payable at cavreot rates. The daetpm mod iofonnatioa regarding them may be obtaiaed at emy the BaoK. Lethbridge Branch C K. Nourse, The Grant For Labor Day council hesitated somewhat in making a grant of asked by the Trades and Labor Council, towards the expenses of Labor Day, and the matter was discussed from every viewpoint. Some thought that a stop had got to be made to the practice of applying for grants after the esti- mates had been made up. Others that if the council has to cater to every, organization that asked for a grant, it was not giving the ratepayers a square deal. Eventually the grant; was given, all voting the motion passing "aye." The Trades with and Labor council were also granted the use of the, square or such, part of it that is not ploughed up by Sept. 5th. Requests Favorably Received D. H. Elton wrote asking, for plank walks -to be laid down on London Road; from, the Bartlett street corner past his residence, W. T. Williams for the extension of sewe'r and water mains past his property on McDufi street, and John G-ilmore for water mains'past Ms property on Russell street. The acting secretary was in- Is not a dye. Sout "Tke of Hair and ttulo Spec. Co., N. J U. S. A., Can. AUL SUBSTITUTES mmm Me. bottles, at tice for the engineer. The failed to get a '-supporter. Aid. King also moved that the graders be asked to finish their work upon London Road in order that that part of the city be worth living in. He withdrew it, however, when he understood it was out of order. Aid. King succeeded, however, in getting a motion passed that a light be placed at the corner Of London and Westminster as that part of the town is very badly .lighted at pres- ent. No More Funeral Notices on Poles Aid. Sage told a story at the ex- pense of Lethbridge while away re- cently, the story, having its basis on the practice of nailing black-bordered funeral notices on the electric light poles of the main streets. 'He thought the practice should be dis- continued. It was not done in other places. The acting secretary was in- structed to drop a -note to undertak- effect that their request favorably received. John would Brodie be ad- dressed the council personally in re- gard to the laying of cement walks on part of Dufferin street, ment sidewalk constructed by him on Courtland street last season, and for the assessing of the same against the property benefittedL, as a local im- provement. The report of the finance, committee was received and filed, and a number of accounts recommended for pay- ment, were ordered paid. Full Weight Bread Aid. Sage brought up the matter of the weight of bread by-law, and ask- ed how the inspection of milk, bread, butter and so forth -was progressing. Aid. Frayne said that a start had been made testing milk, a number of the dairies had been inspected regu- larly for some time and are keeping their places clean. In the matter of a standard weight for bread and but- ter, he rather felt that such did not come under the health department. The bakers, he understood, would wel come a weight standard for loaves. He suggested the stamping of differ- ent sized tins with figures to denote the of pounds a loaf of bread baked from each tin or mould should weight. Aid. Sage moved an amend- ment to the fay-law regulating the sale of bread, which added one and three to the. number two, as the figures to be stamped on bread to denote its. "weight in pounds. It car- ried. Aid. King and the Engineer When the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and before they were confirmed, Aid. King asked if a report had been received from the city engineer in regard to the Ernest street grading as requested at the last meeting. Receiving a negative reply, he declared he would have more to say upon the matter later. on. Consequently, later in the meet- ing he wrote out a motion asking for an explanation from the engineer, by whose authority he goes away from; the city without leave. Aid. Hatch asked for a specific instance. Aid. King said that a week or two ago ers, advising them, respectfully the city could not longer allow electric posts for the purpose. that the Work of Bible Society The work of the Alberta Auxiliary! of the Canadian- Bible Society seems I to be in a flourishing condition. Three regularly appointed colpor- teurs now represent it in the province at either end, and another in the middle. These men' are quite successful in their work. The sales of one average over seventy dollars per month, and anotker of them dis- posed of over sixty dollars' worth of Scriptures, mostly in foreign lang- uages, in seventeen days and a half last month. Others also 'besides the colporteurs are interesting themselves in the work of Bible distribution, par- ticularly among the foreigners of the province. The Welsh miners in a mining town in the south has sold over one hun- dred dollars' worth of Scriptures in the evenings and when off work dur- ing the last few months... Mission- aries, too, representing the different. Special Attention! Charles H. Kerr, Auctioneer Having received instructions from sev- eral owners of city property, will sell by public auction at a later parcels of splendid city property. Other entries invited. Particulars and terms, apply to The Golden West Realty Co, CRABB STREET Phone 623. J.B.Wilkie P.O. Box 642. DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is the time to invest. PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell We can buy cheaper .and give, you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we are selling easiest terms. We will wait until tae land produces the money and pays for itself. Several good places in Cardston and Kimball districts. Plenty of rain. WE BUY LAND FOR you need money come and see "us. We have a plan that will interest you. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH US. Whitney Block Lethbridge. structed to answer all three to the Mr. Arnold had gone down to Maple Creek for a day or two without ask- ing leave. He went away again last Saturday and only returned again Monday morning. He wanted him to pay more attention to his work street, it having been promised for here. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED Total Assets Oct. Oyer A Savings Account Helps Opening a Savings Account in the Union Bank makes it easier to save. You get into the habit of depositing, more or less regularly, small amounts of money that would other- wise quickly slip away. At the end of, the year, with the Interest added, there is a substantial balance to your and yon have scarcely missed the deposits. A Savings Account in the Union Bank is a reserve which you onght to provide against possible sickness or financial reverses. Why not start one now Main Office cor. Round Redpath Stt G- R- TINNING Westminster Rd., N. Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Ma-nagor. Grassy W. over a year. Mayor Adams informed him that the walks in question were in this year's program, but if the muddy weather continues he will see personally that some plank sections are laid down until the contractors get around. Must Remove Hog Ranch Aid. Frayne, as chairman of the Health Committee, moved that K. J. Cook, as manager of the hog ranch situated at the east side of the city be notified to remove the hogs out- side the city limits, and to dis- continue the same as a hog ranch within the next thirty days, as it is j contrary to the by-laws of the city and a menace to the public health. The motion carried. ls Already Settled j A letter was received from Secre- tary Cartwright together with a copy of a report made by an engineer to the Board of Railway Com- missioners in regard to the Gait street crossing, and declaring tbat it would some day be the scene o! a serious accident. Mr. Cartwright j said that the matter would be aV tended to by the commission oil tbe j j occasion of sitting here in Sep- i tember. As the matter has already j been settled with the C.P.R. Ccutts street bridge agreement, the letter Repayment Authorized A motion was put through author- izing the repayment to Oliver of the cost of 105 feet of 6 foot ce- Hatch and others, while ad- mitting that if the matter com- plained of by Aid. King, were a fre- quent occurrence, they would vote for the motion, under the circumstances they considered it a compliment to Lethbridge and to the engineer for him to be called upon for consulta- tion in such problems as, for in- stance, the one facing Maple Creek. Besides, it was education and prac- FORT GEORGE TRIBUNE Only newspaper published at Fort George the strategic com- mercial and geographical centre of British Columbia. Fort George will be one of 'the largest cities on the North Amer- ican Continent, because it is the natural supply point for an in-i land empire immensely rich in agri cultural land, timber and mines. Fort George is at the junction of the thousand miles of navig- able waterways, and on the line of seven railways chartered' and building. One hundred million dollars will be expended in rail-, way building alone in the Ford George District, within the next five years. Send three dollars for one year's subscription get the truth about tbp fortune-making opportunities for business and investment in the Last Great Metropolis of North America. Address "The i Fort George, B. C. J GROW APPLES AT FRUITY ALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in comfort. You can live In an ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money .on an1 ORCHARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW "RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climate. High winds and dust storms unkno-wn. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C. avail themselves of the favorable terms on which the Aux- iliary supplies them Scriptures in the different languages and dialects in demand-to do work of a similar kind: they find it to be