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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta _nte letm.rldge Pally Herald. FOE KES-T-Iarge 16 room Louse and stable block F. C LOWES Representing: North American Interest at 10 per cent WE WAKT-Houses to rent in all parts of the city. 2 S years. For tte ore years we JmTe teen toy preparing a line of Suitllbls for Dimirip" -n -__ cf v ivi Lfj.aij.xc jyidiiuug. we HOW vnn Direct A m uiiti. juu nuoolMIN aignt and stocky in any size you want and 5 ofrHARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that ed and wintered beautifully. ROSES are but-we have finally selected CITY COUNCIL fb f (best of BER. splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy PERFECTLY HARDY-FRUIT TREES Engineer Wanted Questions Egan Case Explained by the Acting Chief 3 session of the Citv _ short one, t he-re ate amount of t acted in spite o, only a to be the fact that three 'as laid lh to Let us get to correepontace wtth you in rar o Kemember OCTOBER IS THE TIME To PI aw-r- Tight. We instruct you. PLANT wiei1 MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA Experimental Farm Finds it Successful With Hard- ly Any Rainfall Mr. "W.-H. Fairfiell, of the Dominion Experimental Farm at Lethbridge has demonstrated beyond doubt the value of dry farming tlxis year, and he has discovered that with only two inches of rainfall, by this scientific method a normal crop can be had. He had ex- perimented with the eastern method of fallowing in summer and had this dry year found it a complete failure. By dry farming, however, winter wheat had yielded anywhere from 12 to 20 bushels to the acre, -which Mr. Fair- field regards as good considering that there had onlv hptm tM-n proved rich j purposei. On the dry lands, alfalfa did not do very well, but on the irrigated ground it has gone as far as three croril Two are already cut, and the J about. four or five tons tons.tMrd WiU yield Messrs. McAclo0 and have the contract L.J. where mains have not yet been laid, applied for a reduction "of their monthly water rate from S50 to S25 as owing tp the number of new mains' recently laid in North Lelhbridgc and the outlying portions .of the city their receipts are falling considerably' It was decided not to grant the re- f duction, on the ground that they had tendered, that price in open conWti- tion, and forgot the' fat j they got out of it "when there were less mains. Insurance Renewed Messrs. Asqxiith and Lindsey and A. Peat Co., insurance agents wrote in regard to the renewal of the" city s employers' liability insurance the present policy expiring shorUv' .ihey both quoted a rate of 2 cents which, on the same payroll as form- ed tne basis last year would mean a premium of The former held the insurance last year. a device for eettimr of firSE EYLA WE BUY LAND FOR CASH: LIST-WITH US FARM SECURITY .fc VA4t l> J feergt. -going to save them that was before A1! of "the acting chiefs i Aid. repoits were received and filed. 'Health' Matters Sanitary Inspector Vallance sub- 'the cit-v had mucn nwv minted his monthly report. The Isola- wort as yet The riiaftTr Lion Hospital is still closed and there referred (0 the works -nd are no cases Of contagious diseases in PWrty committee. d fn of milk Slivered Light rioss.itn! j? .y have becn taken and the i improvements all "around. j his recommendations had been carried I Letnbridge Brewing Co re the disposal of their waste water" it was st-ili in con- accumulated in a iarfie Aid. of the in a larce Pool upon the bottom instead of go- me int.A t.Vtn TI'TM- S into the Board of Health T6 ?ubmitted the.council i L T S 'Commendations that tuberculosis tests ,he made upon all uuu insurance last year, serving the citr ulso moved that the matter be I the score cards of dairv sanita .vith the finance commit in lion ancl nt- "mii'- t ui iuila. ue leit with the finance committee to revise the payroll for the .year with the view, if of the premjum, and all other things AIRSHIPS MUST NOT FLY OVER GERMAN FORTRESS. Strassburg, Germanv. rtaiy authorities feared that forto Passengers might photograph the fo? SSS 2S- leading foreigners to .travel in j. uiniit.1- on i n us equal to award it to Messrs "-is and Lindsey, who last year gave the city the lowest "price. The Mayor re- ported that there had .been several claims by injured cmnloyees within tne last, year, all of which had been promptly met by Messrs. Asquith Linasey's company. Request More Information The imperial Oil Co., Ltd., wrote offering the city, gratis, three'barrels of their _ Standard Asphalt Road Oil to experiment with upon the streets. AlcL f'd monthly. Fravne iitCLL LtLIc Carried. Obstructions Bought up the subject I tions referred to msi I If it Jt was already Sung inSnthe mofnif? more Questions that Health in wfa tuberculosis, andS that talcum government to Ulhe Up tile i THE BANK Capital Capital Reserve Fund. Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in. Canada'. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards receiye.1 an teiest allowed from date of deposit, bought and! sold A General Banking Business Transacted. L'ETHBRIDGE BRANCH K MORRISON. Manager Coilimittee. h the company which of th has .been 5UUU uonsiaenng that there had only been two inches of rain since January. A normal annual rain ifor the Lethbridge district is J 6 or 17 inches. has not commenced the threshing of his irrigated crops yet, but from appearances he a normal yield. summer as .een running an_airship service from Bad en-Baden mil he compelled to return the passage money paid by persons in- per car lots. they quoted a price of 17 cents laid down in gallon Aid. Hatch said that the OIiver tho s a the machinery required to properly experi- ment with oil would cost anywhere tro trom .-to While they had a road and dust problem to fight T team, tbe city bought it. And the best team a team Tt INSURANCE Money to loan on Improved dry property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. moved and it r uuoij to tight I K that the Healih Insoectnr out in Lethbndgc, they could work it aTsked to give a detailed Sri ?P oui, ne thouirht -ursiimnt f tne isolation Hospital inrf -ti-i fpnriino- trt m- r' uaLicih m on irom I eniploved thprp KING M.ENELIK HAS PASSED THE um Addis Abba, Sept. condition of. King Menelik who tered another stroke of apoplesv week was considered critical y< improved during the day. and danger of an immpdiofo. a mination of his illness now sims rP movAri sterns re- 225.00. .filed. f farm has experienced in its three years -of existence, j of the vuuiit worK Jri Bought, without accepting present of three barrels of oil froi an oil company. Aid. Oliver thought bC in- out 3.nvr icind of 3, satisiactory experiment. It was dp- cided to ask for further information regarding machinery and other things tne experiment would require Reports Received Building Inspector Meech submitted his report for August, showing a to- tal value of buildings for which per- mits were issued of S122.325.00 an increase over August 1909 rt n rt C cuts King would ;er be- recall the occasion before the council HM1.UCU the self, of the treat that 1 them at the 3" tember 1'th at 01, w" mann redtai. the Liste- IsUc'eSnce REAL ESTATE LOAMS Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, 01 The report was received and mined in the citv mine during August, most of it beuJ Slraplaltllc Plant, As th5 plant acceptance of letter and rL C e of the tool. The 4av0r caution. The- to Beautiful girl. voice The Scrap-heap" is a sign of industrial progress Jl, serviceabk machinery in Tvlr of 1S !'S S0t economy By speedmg up efficiency and increasing output a manufacturer can give better goods at the pSe Special Selected Rye Whisky rf Bat in the vJi v 1LL11 was received and filed. The Egan Case Acting Chief of Police Silliker uib- mittea reports cases were rcport Of duty in that secto-n of S t -hen he ran on lo" nlbe serious on on He Snap! Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE ONE? North t-2 Sec. 25, Twn 9 ange 14, per acre-' cash; balance to suit East 1-2 Sec. 11.' Twp. 9 ange 14. Si7.00 per acre-' cash, balance to suit' Fine business corner. Lon- don and Round street 75vGG- cash bal' to suit. Fine corner, suitable for four houses. 61x125. corner Macauff and Cutbill. casl to suit. Remember roil are direct from the owner. sent age.-Berlin (Germanv) Post Her number best eo y the highest point reached reaced any performance at the M. T. X. GERMAN SPY CAUGHT IN .e Man 't Sure we have a book that will show him what to wear for all occasions. It's the Fit-Reform Style Sold by aHJir H. Corby DJslilfervr Companv i t Limited Head ran up turning and got assistance they five the court next 0n to be la R i nswaMl iGi ian ana winter -and illustrates die Suits WINNERS OF VALUABLE section of the men and trial lasting almost T. N. CHRISTIE