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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IM I If K I.KIHHRIIXJK lUILY HEK VT.D GAVE CONTRACT TO LOCAL FIRM Close Vote in the Pincher Creek Council Sale of Cattle (Special to (he I'lni'lier Creek, July 18. Aflhe nst regular meeting of Hie town conn cil the rates were struck, for Uie mu- nicipal year ns [allows school, 5J mills; Separate school, 7 mills (own, 1U mills. The lender' ot Woods Stecle, lo make Iho plans and specifications for he sewerage system was accepted on i-ote taken by flic board. Mr. Hol- er, of-Kernie; had an offer in to do lie work for Woods ft Steelc'.s tender being Jl.GliS. Tho oard was divided equally in the latter, three being in favor of nward (lie contract to Mr. Hotter and Our Bread Pleases Particular People Don't you think it will please you Quality and Flayor always tiiejame Phone 1181 and our wagon will call on you irce for the local (inn. Mayor Iloh- Beside the Fire Hall HEAVEN IS HIS HOME; Fred Roo ElaboritM Eylli of Living Elitwhere When 'You Might Live In Rooivilli (Pemie Free- Press.) JBlko is growing so fast that it would .Slake your head dizzy to stop and jitch. Just take a run down here apd see for. yourself. The hotel needs the. monay. ti'The Golden Weit Orchard Co. is planting 320 acres of land In commer- ciil apples near Hobsvllle. Eighteen ytars of fruit growing around RODS- yllle has demonstrated 'dqnbt that wa have one of the most perfect fruit districts in southeast Kbotenay, and so near to the markets that transportaion charges are prac- tically nil. -Griffin and Stannard, of Kaligpell, own the property, and will inatntaln it for six years, at which time it will be turned over to the Gold- en West Orchard Co. The stock has been sold in Kaneas City. The the fruits sold each year go to the stockholders Prof.. Shaw, of the best authorit- ies in the United States, and who has charge of, the ,Great Northern farm below Roosville, says the Tobacco Plains Valley is one of the test he ever saw. On the 'Frederickson ranch, which adjoins the Roosville estate on the north, there are fifteen hundred apple, plum, pear and "cherry trees, with the greenbacks sticking to the branches. This is tile best property in the Rooiville valley, and was first located -by s. Keay, of Fernle, who was customs officer at the international boundary line, and wan one of the best customs officers Canada -ever Tiad. He had more friends In Canada than all the cus- toms officers that have succeeded him put together. A great many-readers wonder why they don't) .see more of the fruit grown on Tohacco Plains. The tea- son is, it is of such high quality. It commands a bigger price a't the ranch er's door without the .boxes and crates than" the retailer can get in Fernie. Last fall the ranchers on Tobacco Plains, got per ton for spuds in 'the field. 'At Ashcroft the ranchers were delivering their spuds sacked F.O.R Ashcroft for per ton.' It costs per "hundred for vegetables from Westkootenay while' from Roosville it will not average 30, cents per hundred. e clinched (he thing by giving isting vote in favor of Woods teelc. H will probably he two or three onths yet before operation can be artcd on tile sewerage works on ac- I'nl of the delay occasioned in I vlling outside tei.jcrs at the last moment. The estimates for the current year loom up for the following amounts: for police and relict; for fire, water and light; 5330 mar- ket and health parks and ceme- tery public -works; linance committee. Total estimates Extensive sales of cattle and horses took place in this district during the week. 300 head of cattle were "auc- tioned oft in one lot, (lie property of f. Koss, the average price per lead realized, being At an- ithi-r sale of cattle, the average was '29.50 per bead, the herd being put up for sale by John Iloylc. Besides these cattle sales, A. Guitliard hud lid head of horses "sold at auction F W. Forstcr was auctioneer for Movie and Harry Ambrose for Ross. The Sunday school picnic of the Presbyterian church was held yester- day at R. Henderson's farm near town. There .was-a good sized gaih PRISONERS WEAR PLAIIUMHE No Distinctive Garb fo the Men Confined at Lethbridge Hon. A. J. Jiol.ean. provincial see relary, told the Herald yesterday tha none of tile prisoners at the provincia jail would be garbed In striped suits Tlie general public would not he able to tell a prisoner from a guard. This is the system adopted by Hon. W. .1 Hanna in Ontario and Mr. .McLean is a thorough believer in it. The Ponoka asylum will be opened on the 2-lth, when Alberta's patients at the Brandon asylum, 173 in num- ber, will 'be transferred there. Mr. McLean says that Premier Sif- enng of and their friends, .and as the'weather was Ideal in character everybody enjoyed them- selves were POLES USED CANADA, 1910 The Forestry Branch of the Depart of the Interior has compiled sta When Company Drops you don't hare "to turn the house to makc something cool to you have Dalfon's CONCENTRATED _ Lemonade in the house. Just add iced water and serve. Its a pure lemon product and contains no othar aold. A bottle makes 12 glasses and costs only 15c, Keep it handy. At ill Grown >nd VHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS-Dor t Brown, C.lg.ry. This valle> looks, so good to out' iiders that thej aie uuyms acre they can get hold: of. Nelson real estate men bought 4000 acres, and a Lethbridge syndicate bought 500 acres four miles north of Roos villa. All thia vallex la settle) s and the crowds jie coming, and in a few years dom non tend in" this ley will be mole than in district in B. C. Kind reidei heaven Is m> Some. I am mereh dona here lo inform you where.health, wealth and prosperity awaits you it is not paiaclise but next door to it. _ The LethbridgeWejburn Co arc placing some ot this fine fruit land'-' on the market. tistics dealing with the poles puiclns ed in Canada during liitu. The tola number of poles purchased was iS on hanii to "mrt increase of I1S "er ce" from the I J Tile I I" f j Poles at iwint of purchase was 01 l' i iiPS St" -John's. S74, and the average price-of poles! uiurui. new a, sale, of work and gar- was or less by i; cents than the t, "'is afJ -price, per pole in 1309. ..steam uil A Fife-pot That Won't Crack 1HE greatest strain falls midway be- I tween the top and bottom of a one- piece fire-pot, because the live coals at the centre of the fire. This continued strain overtaxes the expansion powers of a one-piece fire-pot and causes it to bulge out and crack atithe centre, ,and through the cracks, dust and deadly coal gas escape and eventually pass through the.reg- isters. In self-defence, you have to buy a new fire-pot. Every 2 Piece Fire Pot fire-pot you replace is so much added to. the cost of.the main- tenance of your furnace. Oil Cement this joint is absolutely gas- proof, smoke-proof and dust-proof The layer of cement acts as a "buffer" between the two sections and allows each section to expand or contract independ- ently of the otiier. This feature prevents the Sunshine fire-pot from cracking Less than I per cent, of Sunshine fire-pots have been replaced. Tins shows conclusively that the Sunshine two-piece fire-pot will save you money, and that's the ternoon arid evenmgVJ Refreshment's and games were much evidence and, the band made things still more enjoyable. Wheat on R. H.-Waddcl's [arm sou I h of town measures 56 inches. Two sold medals'wcre won by the Misses Maripiis, Calgary con- vent, who arc now spending the holi- days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Marquis, of this place.' The local fire hrijtado are quite Pleased with (be results of their vis- it lo JVidicine l.'jl'un Tuesday. J-'or not destroying noxious weeds on his. -Rent. Henderson was fined So and costs by Inspector Belcher. Now, the Sunshine fire-pot is built in two sections, which are joined together with our "famous" cup-joint. Because of the shape of the cup-joint and the layer of McClar.y kind of a fire-pot you want in the furnace you arc going to have installed in your new house. Get the economical, guaranteed furnace. It's the Al fur- nace, investment. MSClaiyi London, Toronto, Montreal, Vflncouvcr, 61. Join, N.B Hamilton, Cmlgiry. PROMOTIONS AT BAILEY STREET SCHOOL The following are the promotions m Nimmons' class, Uailey street School: Class A to Senior Primary- Jack .Moir, Harry Thi-aiffull. Werner" Percy Poolc, Ernest .Mercer Class B to Class A-Perey Jones, Alice Radley. Verna Gray, Olive n'ed-'! shaw, Willy Holten, Edna Hill, Tofil Osecki, Elsie Talbut, Fergus Hancock Pearl.'.Moir. Class C to Ciass B--Edwin Skinner, Willy Emery, Tayior. Helen ben. Earl Dodds. Nonn Williams, Reg- Sie Grist, James McLeod, Alike Lazar- uk, John nnchanaan, Uzzie Wis'hart Gordon Jones, Chira Nuelart Audree Westcott, dale Thomp- r Victor Robert, now, 'Dolly Barton Bessie Blard, .Mali Lazaruk. Joey 1 in j Barkley, Wargit Dienes, Elsie Young Rosy Poneche. James Cloldic. roads', telephone and telegraph com- 'Piuiies used 95 per cent, of these poles, the remaining 5 per cent, he ing used by electric roads, power and light companies; 07 per cent, of the total consumption were cedar polos, which for their cost give better ser vice than any other wood.' At pre- sent none of these poles arc treated or preserved by Sny method, in which respect we are far behind the United States. The United States, using in lOOfl, poles at an average cost of f at 50 cents more per pole than.in Canada, round that it' paid them to use preservative meth- ods. During the last three years-tile treatment of iwles has advanced rap one. It is to bo hoped that this ineiiiiality soon be done vay with, and that users in Ca- may take up this cheap and rii- onai method of securing greater ser- ce from the poles used and thus less ening the drain on the forest. PURE FOOD EXPERT LOSES HIS TOUCHING SCENES AT TORONTO DEPOT Toionlo rnli ho union fetation was nouded M'th anxious people i in i il of (ho Porcupine speonl Onl bout came in dust) iHeheMmicd oie ejcs and binned but not hntllj injuieti Tho roost pitiful figure that got off. or, nil ci i -is helped off the train was, tint of Mul I houiK fhe consuft lrrsn n Washington, ,Iuly Harvc'v I W. Wiley, pure, food expert, chief or j the bureau of clu'ir.islrv, of the di i pai (mint of agriculture tiui one 01 tin, most M idol; known officials n thi. Roicinnii.nl bcmu, his hecn ton j ih 11 ted i LommittLL ti the person n I uf the (mi lit of wiih tiic recommendation to Frcsi 1 ut tint he be pcrmillrd lo ing engineer of (he. Eldorado n V glance at his face brought ono some hing like a faint glimmering of the way. these heroes of the north have icon battling with awful foices to mile] up i qieit countn Ncarh all ncil to bet ami at ome and id ed. tile nenspipei men as imah as; lossible iARAGOSSA SCENE OF WILD STREET BATTLE SaragosEn, Spain, July persons were wounded last night dur- ing encounters between strikers and civil suards in the streets of this city, cr strikers, armetl with revolvers. I tli SIR WM. WHYTE AND THE WHEAT CROP' .Montreal, July here, Sir William Whyte, of the C. P. R.', talk-5 cd about, the wheat crop, and .said that there ia hardlv.any tinestlon that .Idly, so that in 15 per cent, of attacked the police from different I a harvest of over two million 'bushels' m' A'1 I .appeared on States liaya 87 timber j stale of siege, wil treating plants, .while Canada has I clajined. -in prcbabiy oc pro- sured, and only the quality could be; affected Rhould'adverse weather.coinoV' 'between now aim Iho middle of next month.. Sir William returns to Win- nipeg tonight. ._ THERE EASON BIO REAL ESTAT> DEAL AT VICTORIA .Victoria, C., July larg- est real estate deal in Victoria was consummated yesterday when George Barbay, acting, for a syndicate of Ktiropcan capitalists, purchased from Kirby. Oldficlil 'and Gardner, of Winnipeg, the property known as the Uplands Farm, at Cad- boo Ray, It :the in- tention of the purchasers to lay it out as a suburban residential area similar to Shaugbnesaey Heights Vancouver. AN EX M o DE'D f Mctori. Jul P nn old timer and at one Hire one of the cttyg moot prominent clil ens (amllj jfter jn Ilinnu of or Why so many people are bpying their meat, butter and eggs from DELANY, THE BUTCHER Our new cold storage plant keeps everything fresh and clean. When you shop; with Delany you are sure of the best GEORGE A. DELANY Hill Block Phone 452 Dufferin Street ;