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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ;-t Amt tije reso-iHe pyrBroaicnl am ins owutretlp Mr" Sttclilr. X. P. tor Qnrtjt, P, K. I.: ]the xu'flhue 'o( the Korth tfce DktbKAl ofcty en SiJlvxr the bordta gut- rat forred (hrti'Bfft pjirUuceaL In the faarin PA act Awler which of lie conilir taOTti uxl in wAtr Ihit bt liken to .v 31. tti of Choi u unail ud umual tirdea (nlerwl on ilone at (IS per populaiiob sad, estLaJBtti nienue is only JJW.WO.Wf. thus IL sum. to head o! la? TrMA turn Us fin- minister to obtcu bf _) Uka pres- ent of the tnil, INIIAKRAIE Comniiuloner Some of the Objtflions in a Letlvr to The Herald nhom bi eoavealiaa nadaitiu wHh pHilbtt vlptir emthr trans- Into tie condHkia the pur- rfcue a1 lie way the dfRtlnitiofl of mocleG vald; i "Tfce gcTernaent noir and op- erates 16.000 railed ot rtllway. We teliere lial the prfWJit of ty a the majority of the erf which derote but a scull portlab'Cit time to this worV, is aowMdy. iBrtttclent uid ei- underwit Bni) the present public owner- BQfp and will aot> receive a fair'.trial. at4 tonnage e a Tllel concern thai K n.r CO per cent. "fia it and it 1t htrerliy rwolvetl: the n! the uBoclAlVmtutioa- caUk. for of. ax- fOTtIWUBal. te that lax- rfcttc citizens the 't" tconcmj: by. the" rnmenl of soujtit.- from aa equitable eCfectiye Jmpo-Uloo and of luji on profits and to all incomes Tftiiiocablo eirmptJons; 'fala'f.on.aU resolu- as hofet God Liberal reso- duslrial nnd agricultural 'Tutart', of Canada Ite'lanieotahloViluiUon tbal no adequate proyMod'has been.'made for" bafiiis the of; LAefallsm in a te aaid b- could lore and out, deril and could lore hohesl bul be could .'.not Jove Rowell. The carried. The .Railway Resolution recoiuiion was as fol- "Whereas Ihe coneiruction of Ihn triasronlinEnlal _ wholly upon Canadian soil. Including terminal facil- ities and of the projeci for Eteamsbip connection .with Europo nlfordSng tha. possible- LjansporTallan Orient tbe Mother Counlry nnil opEniag tip'e large portion of Can- ada nol before developed end prbtid- ibJs'foT lowering 'of-, tne Creffiht nafiertafeen bj- Lrberal Koieninient agjd parHunent of Canada, and, .ft'ccompiisnmE-nt o! .Ibe purpose lor tfpb Cistern destgned tins -beep thwarted ..bT- boiLUHv.ot Ibis Borden aidmlniBlraQon. this con; x-eirtlenVrpreMes Jla dplaion L' ULB- defeat ol the presefit ment can baneficiaVresuIle .T flbonJd oJ naUonaVj-Transconime'Tital bj- lis dealfng the Canedian NDrtierji'Itaiitray Astern, .which': in' krnbilne o( .subsidies and euv2.uieeing.ol. boDds also made large, ht on the part of to see tonnase provided for Ihe fmrnediile war not only humiliating to the CflJuUifl people but is materialKr onl erport "At Urne, tbe' country should be core He. In a potitioQ to taXe full oalfr for necessary fttid aanliirT I'urposea. Water h about ihjp ooly comiuodliy hal IB not uuirerfallir purchased fay >V'elghl aiiJ it seems 10 be plt'n business lo inn u ou Ihe tool leg, matter of fact. the Ti'ater IE, free. It is "LI casa of for HHering and delivery, which can only be equitably dlslrihut- by the Rmounl tf water used. Some have asXed the why our water consumption has Sncreaeed since TJie, show water conoccllons liavo been installed since that (.rue, and S97 sewer connections, aud these >vfU in theraselTcs accoiuu for ft large ID- fn Ihe water required. X I will leave other questions Tor Uie present, ss. a public meeting lie culltd in the near future to discuss. Ibis Your? truly, H. MEKC1I. yt uDllc Works, i IHAD PROHIBITED LITERATURE E. Jgmp.'of Kirkalrfy, was a'l the Moufkled Police barracks fined and coste, for being in the poaicaslon prohibited turcr by Inspector The literature, a book entitled was foun'd on premlKa of the accused In a search by Corporal Lobb of the R. N." v '___ on .7th Street Ua7lDj their troubles Vlih' of Ule. Now luelr! liroublei arp ended.. to a tol4 lba this morning the InfiulilUve ran Inly a lhal'h'arl lor 'and (he result was an uumeret- tul dryhblos-ihftt ho ruuember 'rest ol bla days. Tte people in ihe rlclnlty matter one (or Ihe pDlicVand they !o hare backed out Justice to lUotr ov'u satlsfaetluu if nol to llm of the party uipjl concerqed, Mr. John Xelson. irhosa publication, tlio Vancouver World, has loeether with ilio Caleary tleralJ and the Lclh- bridge Herald, been instrumental In innkiug the trails-Rockies flight (be success U has 50 far been. Is naturally very, elated at the progress made. Tlio toUovfltig wire lo W. A. Buchanan waa received yesterday afternoon: "Hearty feUcftMlous on successful outcome of. greatest, most iormldabJo. and most hazardous night on conU- aad warmesl tlianks for- your co-operation." NOTICE! To CREAM SHIPPERS We are advancing price of cream as No. 1 SweeJ Cream, per Ib, butter (at 50c No. 2 Cream, per butter 53c fat SOc No. 2 Sour Cream, per butter fat........ 47c ALL-..EXPRESB CHARGES AND REMIT BY MONEY ----------N RECEIPT OF SHIPMENT. Crystal Dairy Limited WILL TAKE ACTION FOR LIBEL Aug. D. Car- michacl. Dominion organizer for the Grand Army of Canada, will lake ac- tion against, tho provincial com- mand Great Velornos of Cor libel contained !n a.hcadline'nuliIlEhcd ID the Manitoba Veteran today. ''Grand Army is political tool ol Toronto llie heading, reads, v loans. of pvbUc moiil luToIred tie Dominion of and thus er. A "large consumer pays exactly CHICAGO. Aug. Five hundred i same as a small consumer for the deputy Ehenffs'ud amount ot waler under tbp, pres- .trobps assigned to race euL meter schedule- this principle, riot ,dutr 'were -withdraTTD from !be[ should: be retained. "Disl as the con- Ihe sumption IncrsaeeB Ihe cost per- -pat stritfng employees of v'lhe-. packing i loh--decreases- because la- plants migbL be" inducsd to return to, sUillalion, upkeep, reading, is !ei.s wort? But 1.QOO patrolmen and 100 T dtpniies are sliU on r duty Jn tha Ticin- obligation whtch resulted irilire.oti ItyVoI-the-'sloctyard The to en declare .they will', pot re- turn to all trobps-'arc Tvlth- drawo. Union, orricial.i declare that ol employees in Ihe stoct- are out, while 111 a pack- ers- Insist thai not more Ihao It Vancouver .The Ideal Spot for the Vacation- Trip of Residents of the -Northwest SIGHTS AND ALWAYS IN CLOSE TOUCHiWltH HOME UNSURPASSED Sea Baj- iceolo of Nilure'3 erandeqr. tKat ioarlats crp53_ Ine continent to of m'Us of beau- tiful motor drives. Temperature Juit cfrol. at rever excessively djrlnff day, SUMMER TOURIST NOW- i EFFECTIVE. SEPTEMBER BRITISH COLUMBIA'S VICTORY riculluTal, Lire Stock, and Industrial ls from all points In nrilljh Cohnibla and the North-Wf Jt. ROUND TRIP OF FARE AND A THIRD FROM CALGARY AND OTHER ALBERTA POINTS. See your Local. Agent for tfetalis. For-illustrated literature covering a visit to Vlccourer or full Information concerning Ihe J. R.'QAV1P5QN, Publkily 'rt. yajicpuVer Exhibition Aj'ocJaHon Of TRADE BUILDING, VANCOUVER, m A for one meter th'an for a number. iLihould he remebered that the money proposed'to be used (or nietera for hifb pressure and otter, ks purposes, and the water consumer lias always paid interest, this money since it was raised, as if it bad been actually used water-worts purposes.. -.iTlie .therefore. already, beeii Taffied, Increase" thb'Cosl to tbe cori- Earaer by -way of additional fiied tharges. Mr. Peebles says he does not ItnoV or any American city'where meters have proven a , not fcno'w of any Tralerworhs vCoriToratloa, out- side 'liaa io pump a.'head with any comparison to not mete red, Virtus further It is purely e business proposition. Further I do not know of anr Western Canadian city where meters hare been installed and'iaVen out eg m.' As to'lte EWmonion, I will obtain Cull and submit same trf tbe people, but to have by me at Ihe moment the 1914 financial statement and re- port from which the following Is quot- ed: "WATER WOtlKS The total revenue 'of Uhltf" depart- reenl for (he year aa egalnst J323.557.6G neluded fourteen months, .Tbe ex- penditure is as compared with, previous -year, The net is a surplCF'bf 65 In contrast -wjlh a deficit of (10.- 423.33 in This improved con- dition. It ia slated, is due lo the fol- oiylng causes: l 1st Increase In number meters with chfn'jges in meter number in Pethles, says always been a ataiciiy of Viler thai has fore-' ed of Ihe metering does not Increase tlio supply. This (3 true. Jt it a question of ore we juililied in making large expenditure until we satisfied-thai It is really we are sure that waste hag, been eliminat- ed. As lo the staff required, that has' been dealt1 with, in part higher lip. The maintenance cost will in my opin- ion be about t'J.W per annum, and. tho amount la based "Sir our with meters now installed. We now come to technical-dotalla. Meiers arc now made with a frost jar-bet anil so arranged that In case ot frost Hie pressure Is cierted on the front Jacket whfch breafcn allowing (he mecbanltm of meter lo be impaired. This front Jacket is an. Incipenslve, which can easily be replaced. In puslllonn where the frost la likely to hfl dangerous, the mtlcf nrusi be p.ncaacd in a-fiosl hoi. There will always be a few ci'topllon- aJ.rnics whereat mlgiii be ncct.v 5ary to lake the meter the severe, weather, or place (he mfrrcr In a chamber onls'dp (he' liulldlnK. but Lethbrldge will be Ihe tirsl To Yopr acation n'llll.its -Mountains, and Rivers la -the Ihe Lakes o( U. C., anil urovlrlds Sum- mer Ouldoor Sporlt in abundance. .Tlie-cllj- Is very pretty, and there arc nlde Irlp'a ihlo beautiful scenic spots. i The Hotel atrathcpna provides every comfort at mod- uratc tost. 'i. TEA ROOM AND .ICE JGREA'M PASLOR'lN CONNECTION, ;HOT AND COLD WATER. BI-SO.V Tar rcscrralions Av Home for Those Away from Home '.M. W, SHORE, PROP. 120 i Week, (75 a Monthj i i 'Bread; Gakes ana- You Will like. tHe'way seive The North lettibridge Bakery WE DELIVERED ALL PABTS OF 404 THIRTEENTHySTREET NORTH i PHONE 1307, The Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., Preiident. A. S. VOGf, MU3. Dlrtclor. The Most Splendidly Appointed School of Music 1 in the Dominion A AVell-cquIppccl Kcsldenco for Yoimg U'onicn Slurlents. Faculty o( Unrivalled opparLunitlcs lor the thorough training of professional, and non-professional students Tbe Conservatory's Ixjcal Kxanilnotioi Just What You Have Been Looking For A Cash That Sells to the Farmer at .a Very Small Margin lion a, alore In Durdell .with full lino of hlsli clasa groceries, .ami arc now and .al all times prepared lo ncrro Ilio puMic wldi. (ho very best Lho lowest possible TOIS BUSINESS GROW Below We Quote a Feyr of Our Burdett Prices Oilt-ilrlcd 171_ lier Ib............... >l 2C Canncil solid alzo per tin Canned Tomatoes, 5 tins (or Canned 1'eas, 5 tins [or........ Lenox Soap, 9 cafcee for............... Onhl 3 cakes for............i... 95c 95c SOc 25c Navy Beans, Ihe genuine, not Ihe Ditlcr kind, per Ib. i r 10 Ibi. (or 1.1J Drown, or Vlncgnr, OF per boltlp, each 4DC Krlnklc Corn Flakes, each Krlnklo, Corn Flakes, per dozen Cuffed nice, nor pTcg, .lie 1.38 15c WE HAVE UNLOADED A CAR OF "OUR BEST" FLOUR and in Introduce inme we will tell for the next ten days 9S Ib. sack for (5.40. We guaranlcc tame to bo one ot the hcsl obtain- able. hundle Feed such na Flmn, Shorts, .Crackcil Corn and Crushed Oals. v A triil order will convlrtco you (hat Ve mean ;