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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MEDICINE HAT If you arc interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office us show you maps, blue prints', etc., of City View Sub-division PrlewLow. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Look This Up Lots in Block 23, Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at each R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott meek FOR SALE O. T. LATHROP LETHBRIDOE. FOR SALE The 8-roomed fully modern house, facing- east, and known as No. 500 Westminster JM., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY BIGGEST SNAP. IN CITY 5 lots facing north on McKay St., only one'block'from Westminster Road, each. .2 lots'facing east in Block 148, each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Mi ,H V Tl SAY, MR. FARMER! We-bawe the choicest section in the Chin District and sail at 00 on terms or 50 all cash Beat huy In that district. Acre lot on easy terms The Weber-Huff Investment Co. KOOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 130-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THIME are all Irrigated and nearer the city than snv other tracts, and we guarantee them PERFECT We are the first bin ere of Irn land ia ann-dlvlde and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location We make terms to >ou intend to Improve the property We also own a nice 1-2 acre with and chicken ibeds located In tbe city limits, cheap and on any terns i MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Ontrdly Located BaibeM Property i REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUTTH LINDSEY RM! Estate HMNM 11SS TTTE LETHBRIDGE HAII.Y HEBALP P I N C H E R C I T Y After you have in- vestigated the best real estate proposi- tions on the market (Pincher City not included) we would like for you to in- vestigate Pincher City. It is located in a district which lias never had a crop failure. This is a vr.ry important point, well considering from an investor's stand- point. The Ulturc of the new towns in the untried districts hinges on the "IF" the dis- tricts tributary prove satisfactory from an agricultur- al stand point (he fcHMii will grow and (lie properly will advance in -val- ue. The Pincher District hat been tried and has proved te be one of the best firming Dis- tricts in Alberta What the district has done in the past It it reasonable to expect it to repeat in the future. Following this line of toning Pincher City is bound to srew rapidly, and Pincher City property is sure to ad- vance in value. A small in Plneh- tr City now will give you big returns In the future For maps, prices, terms snd full particulars, apply H. G.LVIN ft COMPANY Ott Block, LETI1 BRIDGE Phone J425. POSSIBLY MORE DELAY IN PUBLIC LIBRARY BY-LAW Former Petition May Chief Recom- mends Purchase of Auto Hose Wagon and Chemical-Increases for Firemen Water Supply for Stafford Village There may be some more delay I gettlns; the public library bylaw be fore the people. At .the city council meeting yesterday afternoon, C. K. P. Uon.vbeare, the city solicitor, sent copies of the petition necessary to be signed by ten per cent, ot the rate- payers, the copy bylaw that must be passed by a-three-fifths .vole and also of the bylaw that will have to be passed authorizing the eipendi- lure of of which W.OOO. is for a site, and for nooks. .That these are all necessary accord- ing to the act, Is .the opinion ex- pressed In. the communication' sent to: the council. The council will ask B. M Thomasson, general secretan of the Y. Jl: C. for the petition that was presented to the council asking that a bylaw be submitted, and if the names on It wjll serve the purpose that amount of delay will be.obviated. Secretarj Robinson raised the ques- tion of the petition being suitable as the names were registered on last heai's assessment roll, any such petition this jear might haie to be from those who are on this year's assessment roll, which ib com- pleted This might mean two months before the bvlaw could lie submitted The council will' get the former peti- tion it it is available, and if the suf- ficient number of names who are al so on this year's roll aie on it, they will allow II, as the petition required y the Public Libraries Act. The mat- er was left over until .thi next meet- tig to see about the petlUon. Portico Bylaw A bylaw was passed, making an addition to bylaw No. 83, by which permanent porticos can be erected In ront of theatres or hotels, extending over the street. They must -be roof ed with glass and constructed of steel. The supporting', pillars must be st the curb, and It the sidewalk should In 'uture be widened the owners are giv- en Ihroe months to get the pillars re- moved to the new curb Tlie portico must be twelve the side walk. The council will advertise its.lnten- .build a twelve foot sidewalk along the eafct siue of Tnlrteenth St. (Westminster road) from Fifth, ave. Norm to Seventh ave. North..-. The sidewalk Is already built at that width but was advertised as a..ell-foot, walk In Insid Property Money to Loan oil Im- proved Farm and City Property H.J.H.Skeith Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel hence, the necessity igain of advertising MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St. South Phone 363 BUSINESS SITES Two lols in Block 36, Red- path, ami one Iql, -Blk. 84, Ulyn St. These are cheap Tor a dais For price and particulars write us. The Caseaden Land Co. The Board of Health reported: that they hail passed a resolution that li- censes he granted to ice cream .ven- dors, if premises and containers are satisfactory to the heajth authorities. 'Ihe Sanitary Inspector was instruct- ed to lake up the matter ol of peanuts, elc suffering from tubei culosis with the ,Chief of Poljce, and see that tenders suspected of being luhercular examined by the Med leal Officer The report was filed Accounts totalling 07 ordered paid. Mine Superintendent Scott reported that 755 tons of coal had been mined at the mine during May, and that the mine is in good condition. Secretary Robinson, as returning officer, reported the election of R. P. Wallace as school trustee over.Root Nimmons, bv a vote of 143 to 38. Police Report Police ChlefGlllMpie's reiwrt for Jlay showed that the month 107 cases had been tried in the police court. Seven houses of ill fame raided and twenty-seven women ar ''.Of case's under Ihe by all collected in fines Seienleon were convicted under the criminal code and three committed for tual, vas collected in fines, and to the Attornes-Uencial The monej collected dining the month totalled !4 85, as follow Licenses, pound, I.M50, dogs, fines The annual (ec to the Alberta Un on ot Alberta municipalities, at the rate of 00 per thousand of popula tion, ordered paid Wanls Auto Wagon Fire Chief Haidy, in bis report, sail that he considered tho hose a Mo 2 station is out ol date, and mad equate ior the lnrgc distrV t it has tr sei ve He suggested transferring th at No 1 station to No 2 sta Lion He recommended also that th city purchase u auto combination hose wagon and chemical for No ftation. Fire Chief Hardy called attention i another repoit, that the lato chief o the bngade had recommended lha the salaries of tbe fire brigade b incieascd as Firemen, starting as probationer! starting at S70 per imnth, in creases of ?5 per month each vear, t JSO a month Lieutenants lo go from 175 to per month. to 50 from asked permission to build a permanent awning of steel ,d glass In trout of Me store build- on Sixth street The permission us granted, provided there is no part ,t it less than eight feet from the side- talk, and It Is built subject to the inproval of the city engineer It ,111 extend Bll feet oier the sidewalk ind be supported by brackets in account from B B Carver for for plans and specifications for thf grandstand at the park, and an. other from WT Williams, for ilance due for maklm planii and eclficatlons for Ihe fair building, were presented, and referred to the joint committee for certification teveral Aid Frayne Inquired as to the rh the and was Informed by the mayor that Chief Oil leeple waa taking steps lo have them removed Aid Frayne also a.ked about Ibe public watering troughs or explained that there becauae the teamsters drove up icnna, timtc that cmlilecii pcisons killed Besides 3, spvcrcly injured, some'pf; them utallv, when ak o a crowd ot election riotera cat" Drohohjcz .The.'! second ballots in election lot.the haliots in tile arath which decided'today, core; the dikcomnlure of the Liaii Socialists ill Vteniia.'whejr ubl fifteen more seats