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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TrUlit.v, -as; 1012 THE LETIIiminGEDAILY 11EKALD You can get a Lot oo To Loan on First Mortgage Do you want home of it? The agent of the company that has it will be in our office for a few dayb, umo in and see Mm. patronize firms advertizing on this page F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Elk. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE New is tho time, lowest rates; best company; No Cash Required The Company we represent h'andled more Hall Insurance in 1911 .other Companies in Canada combined. For apply: t R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE. CO. For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Money to Loan, Fire and'Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Revenue Producer Farm consisting of 160 acres improved, 11 miles from Nanton; 7 miles from Parkland; miles from new 0. If. R. townsilo; 1 mile from school and church. This land is level, free from stone; soil is heavy dark loarn. 120 acres in oats, in fine condition; -iO acres to bo summer-fallowed. The crop be worth Price Per Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. i Office Maedonuld Building. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Cross St., (5th Are. A. close to Kindergarten School. Trice 1210 each; One-third cash, balance 4 and 8 mouths. Nortli Lethbridge Realty Co., PHONE HILLCREST NEEDS FIRE PROTECTION NO MEANS OF CHECKING BLAZE AT IS ACTIVE mildest, June fciv p[ dm smaller towns -in the Grows Nest Pass arc equipped witli any lire lighting .apparatus, in wcw of the fiicl that mining low us consist .ilmobt entiiol) wooden buildings often built-close to- iclhcr, Ihe danger of a small lire causing a conflagration that would out the. town is present possibility. In liillcrest, a small lire skirting nnil a high bptrnging up, the. town would he doomed yet we liaAe not got down lo seriously consiiloriiig the advisability of form- a volunteer (ire lighting brigade. The advantages of luc protection too obvious to need further pro- pounding. Many o! the residents of HiHcrest have their entire worldlv wealth invested in..their homes, and although most of them wn> ,1 cei- tain amount, of fire insurance there is no question as to 'whether the saving of the home is not better than col- lecting UK insurance monev the along CA- ery street and hydrants at cverv cor- ner there would he little expense at taclied to the formation and mcnt of an adequate volunteer fighting force. In the more outlvin portions of the town where the clan ger of a general fire is not so grea perhaps more elementary methods o fighting fire would suffice, hut in tb town itself several hundred feet o hose would lie neicssan Ihe pies sure in the water mains, is some about pounds, pel square inch, and with this pressure a stream could he thrown over n.osi of the buildings in town. By.the ad- dition of a few au's-, oilskins, and other small but necessary items the town would corps that could he lelied upon to extinguish'Fanj or- dinary conflagration In Mew of the amount of insurance caiued in liilleiest there is no doubt hut that the insurance com- panies would gladli donate a hand- some Mini, for this purpose and 1he balance necctsan would soon he col- lected among the pionert} owncis m town. from tho protection afloidecl ifc and piopertv ,m equip pod hie fighting force'would tend to A FINE TROPHY FOR BOW ISLAND FARMERS ARE .IN COMPETITION FOR .SHEAF OF SPRING WHEAT Bow Isliind, June fine rain tills afternoon has cooled the at- mosphere considerably, and has caus- ed the chronic grouch to hunt for cover Mi Wilfred Hendeison left todaj for Bautf and points on route tor a v a cation. Bicklc and bride aliived fiom the South on Monday night, and have taken up then lesideiicv in town On Tuesdaj night the band tinned out ind eeienadud the bappj h> way of showing their high esteem of >vlg" B L lamresou is displajing In Ins show w indow a remarkablj handsome 'rophv, the cup ghen bj tiiii 1? C .udtke Land Co. .-for the best Bheaf STREETS ARE IN WRETCHED SHAPE iialenallj Ion el the present cxhorbi- ;ant die msuiaiicc Kites and this is a matter that affects tile laige and small piopcrt) owner alike Whj not got and do soinething n this direction. The Pass evpcnenced a .hundji shower on Wednesday og, a little hail falling occasionally The clouds aie still hanging around, and fiulhei showers are probable The sultry heat no had for the last two weeks has left us, our old friend, the wind, taking its place Building is actnc in Iliilcrcsl just now, lumhei' wagons coming lo lonn all day long Sam Charlton is busr with his-, new house and expects to h.ue it finished shoitlv John Ironmonger lus bis place pietti well in hand and Ime it completed in a week or two Set oral houses aie going up on the I.lteh opened tonnsile on Hood's ancb, some of them being fan-sized wostoiej houses Ftank Pearson; s making goorl headway n ith hi 'ew home and espects to bo nioun n before .mother month has passed of snnng wheat fiom the.Bow Island dis rlct, shown at tbe IJn Karmlng Jongrcss at LethbrMge this fall. The is one o-f.tho most handsome we lave' ever seen.: being cf fine silver Jlate, oight and one-half inches 'eight and inches wide, stand! >n an ebonj base six inches and'beautlfiilh engraved s 'the nork of tho Standard Silve ot Toronto, and letiects great cr it on that firm, as well as on tl donor Tire Winmfied ball team paid xisit this afternoon, going down to d feal, in a.: five innings game, befor our The scoie was 50 at Ih end of the.fifth; when .the game wa called