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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August f HE LETirBRIDGE DAILY HEKATJV FOR MAKING SOAP, SO FTE N I NG WATfft, REMOVING PAlNTi DISINFECTING SINKS. SOLD EVERYWHERE KtFuoE SUBSTITUTES CITY TO SUPPLY THE JAIL WITH WATER i Contract Ratified by Council 'Modify Bylaw Regulating Tents Small Damage Actions Council Doings'in Brief Signed contract to supply jail with Vater. Authorized-.accounting system .for street railway department. Entered into arrangements with lie- gina lor cots. To lake delivery, at Calgary, Authorized two damage tlavms, total claim in fire bylaw re er- ection of tents, subject to consent of fire underwriters. 'At least two special exposition pal- ,hces 'will lio enacted at the Fair grounds for the Dry-Farming Congress Tho Dominion government will er- ect a large structure for the Federal 'exhibit.- Now comes the Cranbrook Board o( Trade with a request that the city or tile Board of Control of the Congress aid them to the extent of to cost of labor, to erect a 30x30 cottage of tho bungalow to house their exhibit, the building to 'become the property of the city tho Congress is over. The build Ing would be a neatly built fram-a structure, and in-the opinion, of the Council- would Corm a valuable aidi- iUon to the buildings at the grounds. The request pf tho Cranbrook Board ivlll be favorably' considered, and ft Is likely that a 'plan will be evolved so that all buildings, builtiespeciajlj; for the Congress will .receive city "aid, and afterwards' become the property of the cttj'. Several other Congress matters came up today's meeting oS the Council. -City Solicitor Ball reported on ttie proposed suspension of 'the Fire Ho .that the only in'which the BUS- liendcd would be to repeal it for the necessary time. This course, howev- er, mis'ht interfere with un- derwriters, who would in future have no faith in the stability of the bylaw. He thought that that clause stating that tents could within the fire limits might be repealed, 'with out working any hardship on. anyone. This would solve the problem ac- commodation to a great extent. communication was, received to tlie effect that 'the' city should at once apply to' the city q[ Regina, for the .loan ol 1500 ots-tor: during the Congress iveek. The city of Regina asUs that the city of LethbTldge send a man cots and equipmenj: freight charges both ways, and jiay in addition a rental of 10 per cent; if tho value of the cots. The nficei.- guarantee will go forward imme- diately. The cost to the-city is cal- culated at aproxima'tely this to be borne by 'the Congress, iebhprldge will get tlie cots at Cal- gary where they will be used during the Stampede, To Jail; Lcthbridgo will supply tlie Provin- cial Jail with water. 'An agreement }i'as_ submitted-by provincial Sec-; rotary. The agreement, was between Majesty Iving George V. and city of .Lcthbr'idge. The agreement mas; ratified and r STEEL RANCE cook-'.' itig and baking sattsfac tion and save Its cost in a very few McClarys The city has had a-, couple of darn- age claims-within .-the -past month. [Arthur Carr stepped' on a spike in the. o'n.Sixth, Ave., fering injuries to his foot, which cost him in doctor's fees, and loss' of three 'weeks' wages. Ho asked for' The city solicitor recommended 'that ttji be paid to cover the Mr. Layman's house .through spot from one of the city's engines becoming deposited on the new paint. He. asked that be paid in settlement of the claim. The building inspector placed the damage at 125, and the city solicitor .recom- mended the payment of that amount. Both recommendations' wore adopt- ed.. The W. 'A.' ilender.son Co., official auditors of the city, submitted a re- port setting forth a system of ac- counting for the street railway de- partment. All monies will he hand- led by the secretary-treasurer, through a special banking account to be known as the street railway ac- count. Power supplied by the power house and charged at the regu- lar rate to thejitreet railway sys- tem.. Passes will he-.issued .employees of. the city through the heads of. the departments, .the various monts, to be charged with the tick- ets at a 3-cent rale, Householders in block 158 ed the council for, water connections. The petition was turned over to the city engineer for report. Before council went into routine business this afternoon, ,.I. St. Ritch- ie, D. McNaWi, and Louis Moore were present to ask the council for a do- nation toward -the Labor cele- bration. Invitations have been issued to Diamond City, Bridgend, Taber, Ttoyal City and surrounding-points, and a. big program is being.arranged. It is understood, the games will he held at the Athletic Park, although the mayor stated that, the council" had no objection to the use .of Hen- derson Park for the sports' program. TO SHIP GRAIN BY WESTERN ROUTE Calgary, Aug. a Grain Survey Board be established in Calgary was the announcement made this morning after arguments in fav- or of the innovation had hcen pce- senteil to-the Grain Commission com- prised, ol chairman, and D. Staples, ex-Jf.P., at their ses- 'sion in the Uoiird of Trade rooms this morning. Considerable lime was spent in dis- cussion as to the appointments which will be made .upon the hoard, and al- so the duties of tho Survey Hoard. Prof. Alagill remarked that tho. rules and regulations would: he got icariy as soon as possible. In a few days he hoped the survey board would ho in actual operation. B. J. Fream, secretary ol the U.F. A., raised tho question of the west- ern route, remarking that they were told by some people that this would be a failure. Tills, he contended, would not be the case, the only gteat difficulties being the terminal facili- ties at the coast. They telt that they should look to the government to crcr.t elevators to .accommodate at least half a million bushels. They nt Mic present'time losing a. large amount of business on account of lack of storage. They claimed thai MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" P'HONM: Offlet, 12Z4 0 lionl, Imimv should we lie If KC could cast our cai'u on Theo, If we Irom self Muld vest And .fed ut heart Unit Olio above, -hi pi'Vleiit wisilom, perfect love, IH workiyg for the best. How- far from this our daily lite, How oit disturbed by anxious strife, Ily sudden wild alarms 6 could we but rclinguish all Our earthly' props and simply fall On Thy almighty amis. Could we but kneel and cast our load, E'en while we pray upon our God, Then rise with lightened cheer Sure that the Father, Who is nigh To still the famished raven's cry Will .'hear In that we fear..1 Ansttce. Miss Watt leaves next Tuesday for Vancouver, where she intends to re1- side in future. Miss, Vera IVIott has returned from, a visit at her home in Ont. Mrs. Rhynd Jamicson' and Miss Wood leave tomorrow to visit in Calgary and Band. Miss AUdy has. returned from Nel- son, where she spent the summer va- cation. 7 and Mrs. Sang, Sixth avenue, have returned from a pleasant weeks' visit in Frank. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hufner have mov- ed into their new home at 626 Tenth St. Mr. E. U. Rylands left this morn- ing on a trip to Toronto, Montreal and'othec eastern Miss Blackburn left this afternoon for Winnipeg, where she will spend.a month with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Jamicson, of Cal- gary, and Miss qf Salt Lake City, are..visiting with Mrs. L.' H. Fowler, 292 Seventh Aye. Miss Grace Gardner, of Calgary, who has been visiting- the Misses Ma- son, DulTerin St., returned home.yes- terday, t w t Mrs. 'J; M. 'Aittom, who has" been' spending the summer in-Neiy Bruns- wick, is expected homo at the end of thp week. Mrs. A. Southard and Miss Ktitli- Iccn Southard leave next week for Ciilgaty, where KatWvcn will unler scliuol for the fall term. Miss JcpKon returned yesterday morning from.Uie east, where she spent the past six weeks, visiting .in Mooso Jaw on .the return trip. Air. and Mrs. C. P. P.. Conybeare returned ou Saturday irom a visit in Denver, Colorado Springs, Salt Lako and other points. Miss Stafford, who has hcen -a guest for some, time past with Mrs. (Dc.) Campbell, left yesterday after- noon for her home in I'Uora, Ont. Rev. A. G. Cameron, been spending a vacation in Prince Ru- pert, expects to return home cither Thursday night or Friday morning. V Mrs. W. J. McCnihbly and children, Marlon ajid Robert, have relumed from a month's 'visit in Calgary, Band and Scdgwick. Hon. L. O.. Do.Veber and Mrs. Do Vcber, Mayor Hatch and Mrs. Hatch, Dr. J. S.. StewarV.M.P.P., and Sirs. Stewart, AV. 'A. Buchanan, M.P., and Mrs. Buchanan, have been honored with invitations to be the guests of the Duke and Duclicss of Connaught at a dinner to be given in the legis- lative assembly at Edmonton on Tuesday next. Clubs and Societies. The Sick-room Sunbeams' are re- quested to meet immediately after school tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. F. P. Uonyiieare, Rivcrview. Mr. A. J. Irving delivered a spien- did address, on "Christian Citizen- a well attended meeting of Wesley En-worth League last even- ing. Mr. ShahtK occupied the chair. The Woman's Missionary Society of Westminster 'church1' meet on Thursday afternoon "ait 3 o'clock "in the church. The mite boxes will lie opened, and all of the con- gregation are' cordljtlly "invited, ml'T The 'officers and.riiernhers of the sleds, broad cloths in nearly every wanted shade, also Scotch tartars. All are warranted pure. ..wool, regular'values up tov per yard. TO! CLEAR ON WED-' NESDAY MORNING 65c YOU ARE STILL PREPARING THE CHILDREN FOR SCHOOL? THEN DO NOT OVERLOOK THESE SCHOOL SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY Splendid values in boys' tweed, corduroy, and serge pants, all sizes troni 32. Regular values up to. ?1.50 per pair, Wed- nesday niorntng only, per pair Children's Stratf Hats for school, wear, regular values up .Wed- nesday morn- -tM-" We'have a few Child- ren's Cloth Tarns, in navy, red and tans, res 'ular. up to to clear on .Wednesday morning Boys' Tweed and Sergo School Caps; regular values up to 50 cents Wednesday nrf. mg only ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OF EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS HAS ARRIVED DIRECT FROM THE OLD COUNTRY made from -an 'extra fi ne quality glace kid; in a one-strap with medium toe aMlcnv or common for dill-ability aiftl real comfort. Wed. morning, special per pair -l-95c .FRESH FRUIT SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING FROM OUR GROCERY DEPT, 4'lb 25c 1'Oc Ib Home-grown Tomatoei 15c Ib THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. WON DRY-FARMING LIFE MEMBERSHIP PERCY MORRIS GUESSED NEAR- EST NUMBER OF FLAX SEED IN JAR AT FAIR Tlie little one pint round top slass jnr of flax- tiiat created so much In- terest at the International Dry-Form- ing Congress booth at the fair last week, contained seeds. Tlie contest, which was to all attending the, (air, was over guessing the number, and the one nearest was to receive a life membership In the International Dry-Farming 'Congress, valued at ?25 and the lucky guesser' was Percy Morris, 622 JCtth St. S., whose guess was Just CS6 out of the way! Executive 'Secretary- treasurer John T .Burns will issue to Mr. Morris a life membership card In the Congress upon the presentation of his claim check at tho headquarters of tlie Congress in the Royal Bank building. Sir. Morris' guess was re- corded on ticket No. 236, so that lie was one the earliest of tho who tried their luck and their know- lodge of tho size of flax seed in the guessing contest. The second prize went to Mrs. Hed- loy, ol Lethbrldgo, who guessed For Teething Children If your oniinot supply you, 3. L- Co., SlwrbroolM, P. Q., nnd< Iwi iwgtptld oa rtcelpt it Have You Peaches For the FOLKS at HOME? CO flfl Delivers, expenses all paid a Box of 25 to 30 Beautiea anywhere'to GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND for You and Guaranteed the belt. Send addregi with ct8h; NOW I to tlio wetlimown. Growers and Distributors. Fruit Produce Co., Limited Orders Must September 10th. BURLINGTON, ONTARIO who will receive u five years' member- ship- in the Congress upon presenta- tion ot her claim check, numbered while tho third prize, also a five years' membership, will go to L. A. Regibnrd, of Lethbrldge, whose giiess was and whose claim check is numbered 137 Fourth prlae, a two years' member- ship.'In the-Congress, goes to J M Hendrie, ot 1315 Fifth Ave., who ou check No. 3512 guessed that there were- seeds In the jar, while fifth, Mo a two years; membership, goes'to Lavern Killins, of Lethbrldgo, whose guess of was recorded on tho lowest claim check. No.' 191, although live others guessed tho same number of flax. Five other prizes of one year's mem- bership in the Congress. went to per- sons who Ettessed as follows: Dona Murray, avenue, H. Pal- mer, W. E. McAlpina of 608 3rd Ave., S., and W. Inman, of 967 8th Ave, S., and1 Mrs. Mclntosh, of Coaldale, and they will be given their member- ship cards upon presenting their claim checks at the office of ttie Congress. The guesses ranged from the hun- dreds (nto ,tho millions, and some were so large that It would do them credit to couni. flax for a while and familiarize themselves with tho seed that Is coming to bo one of the great agricultural industries ot southern Al- borta. Eddie Warner, the former Drown University pouthpaw, Is showing- up well with tho Pirates. ALLEGED HEAVY EMBEZZLIMEiNT New Yorlr, Aug. former cashier of the Abilene State Bank of Kansas, was '.taken--.tick, home today (to answer to charges that he embezzle'd from that insti- tution. A FACTORY fOR .GALT Gait, Ont, Aug. Ma- chinery Company, capltallied at' 000, it was anounced today, will build a plant hero at a cost of HBO.OOff. The site has already been yecured Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, ContlnantiJ. points and Canada every Sat- urday. Largo new steamers, modem and up to date, operated on tie One Class Cabin plan. Cabin lUterooma all amid-' ships. 431.85 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry! -Oalway and Bel- fast. J33.00 to Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. f 38.00 to Sweden, Norway "and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any Bteamahlp agent or write, H. E. LIDMAN, -Otntral 455 Main ;