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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HEHAL HE I I IfiOWAFEN ud Ha July Precipitation This, Year Greater Than a Year Crop Prospects Improve Henld will give In cish p'riKSv to womeit, for the wWc" of a local house, during the- month of August them mil.- Tht.e yrtll enable advertisen to understand latter th.'klnd of advertisement. tiui appeal womtn. and thus to rnak. their .or, newsX more interesllnp. .It Is of course i re d that many vwmtrr find the store announce. of the most feature's of a. newspaper and it is desire of ind the) Herald to cult.vate thjs ihc .nents places, iVrtsptciive of size- Kindly of every lHit the Herald during the month .of General -adverti.lng by When'. you coming elec tions against both the Pojallsts aid the extreme Socialists are reported on good authority (o be'making headway toward'success. Such a combination would include the Radicals, Republican Alliance Democratique and Federation whose combined votlni strength in thje elections ot was 4 726 000 out of aJoUl ot 8 a against 14uu thG llflOOOO for the Royalists and Con servatives and 800 for the Pro- gressives. a letter appeared selling forth Mayor Hardie's views on the water meter queitlon, and "I teeljhat U Is my duly as a citlien to reply to same'. I haVe had occasion to 'come with water meters ot dlt- terent types in different cllles, and I don't know ot arfy clly on the Amer- ican continent where they have proved a success, and 1 will try and explain as briefly as possible why not be a success In this: city.. When a meter I.'installed In k lyiuse it is necessary for It to be placed between the' slopping .waste1 and the first tap 'and lo be convenient In the cellar or In the makeup of all water tnelers, In order'to be workable thi de nearest the main Ms constructed M as to a non-return valve 'so entering the 'meter can- It run back'once-H has, entered II. ls On tie other side ot the meterf whcr? he water leaves, it acts In a similar J.., _ manner so that when any Tvater'leaves I tie-meter It cannot run agtin.l being Ihe' case, in cold weatier if you wanted to turn'off the water'at the stopping waste you could I not drajn back the water past the] meter, and you have all tbe pipes ro'zen, and, as it Is Impossible to drain the would also be Ireien and the tine mechanism brok-. In the month of November, i living In Edmonton and we I had a sudden cold snap an4 before go- ing to bed I fumed oft the water at. the stepping waste and In the morn tag found the pipes frozen, and when I thawed "them out I had "about 20 feet ot burst pipe.and the meter also1 hurst- r notified the "waterworks de- partment who came and removed the meter, and if the mayor before advo- atlng the installation of water meters n Ihe c'ty would get in touch with Mmonton he will find out that thej Us a suppij, dllions and would also have u naWioVthe time when our city would llardte says hat niet'er would he a, savins to he consumer, asMie would only pay or used. I differ, If the above course was adopted and lhn waterworks' department runNfor use and not toT profit, as it is at the pres- ent lime, we would have cheaper water and pore of It. Mr could write several columns on this question, but as. 1 have not the time at presont'lo carry on a controversy through the press, I would ask Mayor the other commissioners, to hold a public meeting at tne-earllest possible date (or the discussion oS p'.vlc affairs, and (or te scuss to nrtos. along his sample meters and whatever data he has and 1 will- try and be' there to'. meel him. and as fanatics In our Suld like, io see U policed no mvo prrfviace. come along UFT OFF CORNS-- WITH FINGERS Doesn't hurt a bit arid costs only few cents BLISTERED KORfl-KOTtK try TnMnetffn-dmorofC nd MWta .Oi-retiftaf Cottam ciuiucu men m the asylum members of the Great Veterans' Association, Mount Hamu ton branch todav made public the following letter from a man recently employed Institution as, at at tendant I was at the a y Inm up weeks ago I am wnt ing this letter In the hope that tha information will he useful yii-.e is worse than hell, and the poor crea tares confined there areitreated like They, found there of first class hay Jo win nuu vuu live not, been a success .in-that city, as H Is customary to take outsthe meters about November and install hem again ia'tha month ot April, anl ron are on a flat rate during the win- ter' months. I could quote a number of cities which have installed meters and they .have not brought the _. zired'result but I am confining self to as near home as possible all cities where they nave got meters you will find it vou care go into the matter tha> it has always been scarcity of water that has, been the prime reason for adopting the 1 meter" and rememoer, -o Increase the supply: Where water is 'used for commercial purposes I am in favor of meters as It protects both pigs Returned men are placed In cells with convicts sent there from Kingston and other prisons There were five soldiers In these celb, -when I left One the attend- ants Is crazy himself so what can Russian who Wiled his sweet heart in Toronto is allowed out all day, and Ueponte the was Allowed out on Sunday Ton can nse my same if yon de- es affiPle SUppl> OI ilrul. be purchased at per ton in the stack, Vith the estimated-additiopai cost ot ?4 for baling placing; the cost ot ha> ready fo- .hipping at ton Whec gentlemen inquired as to the coat ol having down in [Macleod they found that they would first be required Si pay a duly ol pe-rtoif to Customs and a freight rate ot }17 per ton from Spokane to Macleod i f InNlew of the letter recenllj made pnbhc from the government to Mr Buchanai M P of Lethbrldge, to the effect free, transportation -would oe provided ''on hay countrrftto alleviate _th6 need of, the southern stoqkyproducers and in view ot tie experience of several farmers aroJud Grannm yea> when-hay was shipped free ot freight by the btaaUon A legarted fts almost elect a working majority new cha'mber. anls, "dairies etc should Ton can nse my sire because the truth me God' A mass meeting of all Hamilton mass veterans will be called to demand an investigation iuto conditions at the isyrom. government from the northern part ot yterta that such hay was. In many cases of a very inferior quality in some case- being worthless, it ap- pears that should with all due restriction as to the NO TRUTH IN RJGPORT ABOUT MINISTRY Aug announce ment of the impending re-lgnatlon of the Austrian mmlstry, received here from Vienna erron- eous it developed A mistake in the transmission of the dispatch from Vienna was responsible The message originated In Belgrade it appears and referred to the Serbo-Croatian minis arsas to be supplied and to the bona Ode purchase of hayjor the fcedins.of stock and not for specula- tionj such an order in council as might be necessary to remit this dilycon hay from the States, and more important still should the farm ers of, this to obtain first quality baj as Mr Heard aKirms they can, from thi south the govern ment should see that the transporta tldn of .the same fa' as it is affected'by the their pon trol be arranged ot cost, 'Tnis the morej-eason able as man> a firmer from me south BULLETINS CORONER CHAHGED WITH MANSLAUGHTCn VANCOUVER, Auj Thomas Verner coroner, North Vancouver, was this aUernoon rerted on a warrant L.ued by IM Vancouver police, charglnp; him with manslaughter In onneetioit with the death recently ol Roberts v OUBRIE RETURNING BY 1 WAY OF'NEW YORK S, Aug ate cable advices received here to- -day .taled that i Lieut Gen Sir Arthur Cur-le, who wa. to have sailed from England on (the .learner Baltic for Halifax, will" sill on the Caronla for New York. PREPARE FOR EVENTUALITIES anis. unn." have them, and these places are al ways built so that the meter would be protected from tbe frosr But the houses In the city more especially In Staftordville and North lethbrldge, are not suitable for meters and would.1 be a burden on property owners as well as tenants Mayor Hardi" has given his figures at ?30000 I don t think with the price of labor that it could be done tor any less (man 000- and then it would he necessary to'have meter and an expert plumber and his staff coUd keep the meters In repair Let us look at the practical side of this question and we will assume for the sake ol argu ment, that with leaky mains, and taps there is enough water pasted to sup ply 5000 people and at presea time we have to curtail water Such being the I look further Into th SAILINGS runisian MONTREAL-LIVERPOOL Aug 1 Aug. 8 ;Aug. 16 Aug -Aug 29 Sept I 1 Scandinavian Metagama Cbrsican Melita Scotian C. Carey, General 364 Main St.; Tel Ma Tonll iaugb Apply a few'drop UTcn touchy corns right oil pain, I A few cemls buys a tiny bolt the magic FTcezone at any drug store Apply a fen drops of Freezone upon a tender Aching uirn or a callus In stantly that ordeal lus stops hurting lien, shortl> you lift it put, root aid all without anv pain, soreness or Irritation These1 lit bottles ot jus enough to rfd the every hard sift corn, corn between Via toes and the calluses on bottom o" feet So So simple "Why wait helnK Uie i IOOK (uture of our city, and when all No humhug'-Advert. Is your clioice for a monument we are ready to submit a variety ef'deslgns lethbridge Monumental Works 8th Scirth, R. iiic .referred to in the foregoing wasjrecelved in Berne from Vienna on'july 31 It stated that the Austrian cabinet had tie ided to're slgnu.sA ttallar 'message reaching London via Berne .aid