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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VIPAGE FOUR DAW.T 7, Proprietors and Putllihin THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTIN6 COMPANY LMITED lit 61H Sli'.et 9cuth, W. 'A- Buchanan President and Manafini Director ,hn Business iljnnse they will be allowed lor a dollar (I ft lov, thc'.r A lot U A ol people reracmter ilut last spring; Ml I I. II ,he electric lifihl shoied uu M ihe demand o( Ihe mayor In order that department might a prollt lo decrease tbe levy In the mayor's own department. So ii is natural lhat nueitlons should be a-ktd as lo the cost of water by nuMer before tbe date ol the TtLEPHONES jilneas Office Editorial Office Fito.M FRONT Htmbtr Audit. Bureau of Circulations I 160 Subscription Rain: Diilr, delivered, rer week Dally, delivered, per year Wtlly, by mill, per year by mall, per year ed. Weekly, by mail, par jear tc of Ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- inco ol stier exprration data to our aaiborlty to continue sub- itripllon. COALDALE FAIR DESERVES OUR SUPPORT. Ou September lllh the people ol CoaUnie district are boiulng talr. Coaldale has 'been EO much In tbe public eya during Ihe agitation for o Meech should lisue a schedule wlltout delay. Either that, or te should make a proposal that for tbe first three, months alter meters arc Installed, the flat rato shall be In order that a basis lor a proper meter charge might be worked out on- lha basis ot actual consump- Herald -doulls .very much whether a cheaper syslem cm bo cut lo bring our walerworks svslem up to efficiency .than tbe pro- posed meter syslem, but the com- missioners should not expect the burgesses to lake too much lor grnnl- Irrigation a L'ocil Mr. Meljhen went on to dolra the principles or tha lovern- ment In resnrd to the Irrlgailoii scheme. He looked on it a local Dominion goveruimiat which cpaitoli the surlace ruunlnc. waters ol the ven holds tbe key lo Ihe whalt Sir. Dunham slated that II Ibe above area were uuder irrigation adopt- ed the leu yeir crop roUllou advoca-- ej and practliid by Suut. FairneM of the ExperlmfUtil there would bo JOO.OOO acrtj yearly under alliUt. four tons to lit acre and at Ihe iveraie ol per tonrwould brim In annually million dollara tllll Ifty per cent ol the land lor anil olher crow This allnlfa crop alone In one jeir t-onld more-lhau pay the totil of the whole project ind the security lion. The IjOlQ v place loans on Irrltited land, loaning up lo f on a single quarter sec- lion. "And said Mr. Dunham, "1 have never known ol a single mort- foreclosure in all the Coaifiale district." IMPORTANT PRONOUNCEMENT ON IRRIGATION. The announcemenl yesterday ema- nating irom tjie minister ot tha inter- ior that no tuTlher allocation ol irri- gation waters Irom the rivers ol Southern Alberta would be uiade'nnlll such time as a comprehensive survey ot ihe irrietble laud'and the avail- able water supply is made is one ol the most Important, so lar as the 1UC people of Southern Alberta are con 7 irrigation that their decision to hold [hat the minister bis made a ioir where Ihe products ot the dU-1 on hi5 wcstern trip. scncmu. no Improvement, and Improvements were the tuuctlon ol the province. H _ ________ was very easy lor the government io (h obtain popularity in certain locallllet Ior by spending money there. But unless Ihls expenditure was In-Ihe Interest ol the whole country It was not fair nor rrjht to do so. That expenditure had to be justified so tar as the wholo Dominion nas concerned. ?n regard to what was reckoned a between tie two governments in lha matter ot the Irrigation schemes, be conld nol recall nuylhins sisillar. bu so lar'as he could see It'there was nothing over' which there should be any misunderstanding. 11 was n nils taie to say that the federal govern mcnt owned the water of Ibe prov- inces It only had control ot tno same. The the, provinces alrecie.l rucb ether. no one was allowed to take waler without a license from the government- It was a privllege.'bowever, eitend- ed to individuals, corporations lo the provincial governments. In re- gard to the position ot the tedercl government in respect to the water, Mr 'Meishen instanced Ihe building o[ a bridge" over the Saskatchewan. This would be a local Improvement would have lo be paid .for by the locality bcuelitluig by Ibe same thoneh Ihe water of the river was con- trolled hy tha federal government. By 'this control (lit are P lA lCKED-UP IN ASSING THE HUftV UAX Detroit pol'lce -ticked up 301 lost children during June and July. It It uld l morning ntwepauer II t be eslihllshsd at Kort Wllllim. The Port of health taken steps iu the direction 'lllbllibbg a municipal diiry. Douilas Tacking Co., ol Fair- port, N'.Y.. will orecl a factory at Cobourg, Or.t. PatrkV MrCurry, ol SouuJ Clbui the board ol public ulllitlei luru- cJ dowu tbe dsbouturcB aud nothing nioro can be done for the yresenl. A fils! llghi.uiog accident occurred at Shalka, a aetllement thirty miles north ol Vegrevlllc, when the wile ul Icham Yurks wls burned to dsalh. The lljhtnlng set fire lo tha house aid burned It lo the ground. The too. was seriously burneil ant Expect to Start Work Inimed Breaks Into 'Barber (rropi Our Own CarrestK-nd BARONS, Alberta, August Ihlet oVoie lulo Todd's _barber irict msy shown is one of firs! Imporlance. The affair will be unique K it'leasl in- the fact that il is ILu (irst ever held in.Alberta where the pro- wiifbe'iiractlcally all from Irrl- gajea one lads marks It'as an evanl- that Ihe people oi .will atlend the Coal- dale fair, in large numbers. It is only loo trlie tnathere, -where ell lie agjtalloV lor'irrigalion centres, there are.hundreds of.people who have no conception ol what, irrigation -will ac- tually produce on Alberta soil. The -Coaldale lair on September 17 will give -lilhbrldge people the oppor llinlty lo lind oul. Arrangements ihould be made for the city to invade the little centre lo ibe east on that dale; H would bs_ great encourage- nienf lor the commanlly leaders in the Coaldale'dutrict, and wo know i would'be the best possible cure lo the blues. The lhat'the minister has' grasped the fact lhat irrlg'alion has reached tho slaee In Southern Alberta Irom whence there will be Eleady extension ol the present projects until every available foot ot water is ii use. It means, too. thai le water rights ol our rivers will not handed out indiscriminately, but l be EO allocated a? to do the most cod lo the greatest number. Havins arrived at tils conclusion Tier a "eareiul survey of be district existing irrigation Herald believe.? the farm- rs ol Southern Alberta can take ii hat Hon. Mr. Meigben Is not going o rest until a final solution ol the irobleins ol iinance has been arrived ID 13 COuiTDl by ibe Dominion would have io be The panjcvprlnclple Ap- plied to irrigation. -.'.'I, Treat All: AllJe The minister lliat hi the matter .ol federal .aid to tue-'irriER- lion projecUf In' same, Ihe government could nol 'dd for one province-what could riol bo done for olhers If so. Northern Ontario-would have a claim on it for taking on the drainage there, and other -provinces would call on il 'to undertake other projects there. Where there is sonie- Ihins which concerns Ihe Dominion shop on'Mouday night or Tuesday morning jnd robbed the till, gelling away with about (30 This thing is celling nil lo common Harons. A short lime ago the Big Store was broken into and some ar tides ol clothing stolen and las wlnter_tbe same store was twice burg larized and the pool room was also robbed. The school board mel on Tuesday evening. -Mr. Wlildulugion, architect ol present with ol the new eight-room school build Ins which the board has- arranged tc erecl, and went- Into the matter o construction very fully with Ihe mem hers. It Is the intention ol the boar lo proceed with Ihe erection ol th new builnine as soon as they Stipendiary Magistrate district Judge till 1914, IE dead. Plans (or a transcontinental aerial derby Trorn Vort 'to San Kran- Cisco for in prlies were an- nounced at New York. Hwlon vollceinen. in detiance ol an order ot the or la union under'charier from F. of I.. Two sliils, one warm from recen peratlon, were raided In the base- enl ol the new million dollar pos (Ice being built at Birmingham; Alp Nearly 4.000.000 pounds of- dresse nd cured meals have betjii.located b ederal agents In [rull storage ware louies In Niagara county, N. Y. Ex-Mayor Allan McFce, who was hler magistrate or Belleville in 130S. led at his home after an illness ol a lUBan, oo. was lad II la doubtful II he will -recover. The Cithollct ol the united Ishes ot Leduc, Mlllbl. Pouoka and Lacombe have presented their pas- lor. Rev. Father Von Wetlou. with a new automobile, as a token ol re- peel and esteem lor llio manner lu wlrtch he bas attended to their spir- itual and temporal eiuce his appolntmon: io Ihe charge ol these Important missions. A comes Griftilu township.' In' Ibe Boulhwostern' portion of Reutrew county. According lo the story ot the affair, ttiree VOUIIB.UOJS. brotheri were lofl alone for the llay on the lurru of Ihelr lather. Tho two older ones, aged 10 and 12 start- ed away fo the home ol an uncle. The youngest, nged seren years, wanted to Mason Risch on Easy Payments WE cniphaslie luls point bujuum u-uiiy ucople "I' l'J kBoMii lae lenni I could buy OD bave hid a Maton 4 Rlseu bolpnS" Buy now, s! "factory to home" prices. INVITE NORTHERN LEGISLATORS .NEXT. jWe.lblnk we can say without tea of contradiction lhat tie visit of th Dominion cabinet ministers to Sooth ern Alberla has been a liberal ednca- liqn.jn one direction al tion.- -Bit we are wondering il we are not oVerlobking oar opportunity in an- other dlreclion. Oltawa is having scheme Ior it. It may be, as lie siys, that the .jiiartntce of credits lor building Ihe jig schemes now nnder contemplation la a provincial matter. 11 we he lieve Mr. Meiehen will-lend his aid to' convincing ihe provincial govern menl that this Is so. The announcement.also means.lha lie irrigation survey's which are so necessary t-o pro'vide the'inlormatldu as to what land Is irrigable and where Lhe waler ft coming irom; will be con- inurf until-it Is kncwn Ibat every ere. which can he Irrigated will b record. This Is most Importan iad this work been done ago, il is inlle likely thai now, in Lning as a whole, as in the case or a nalional railway, the Dominion could .take hold ol the same, hut Irrigation did not tome under Iho same .category. It Was a local improvement. He -felt that it was-far more lo.the. inleresla Q( Ihe people ol Southern Alberta and lo Ihe people o[ Lhe provinces a hole lhat this was realized. II was ot a question, continued the speaker, f what one government thinks ot he other. He was.sure lhal neillier as playing'politics, hut each was oping lo gel logether wilh Lhe otbe o gel the solution. new unn legally do so. prohahly ivltbln th aconipany them, but they relllsed lo allow him. and when he persisted they beat him to death. Three senatorial vacancies lu east- ern bo filed before the coining session ol Parliament. Thoy ivere caused by the deaths ol Senator Richardson, ot Kiueston: Senator George Taylor, or (lauanocjue, and Senator MscLaren. of J'crlh. Dr. W Fdwardf, II. 1'., olv Pronlaiilc, Is likely lo succeed the late. Senator Richardson, and Col. Gerald White, ei.M.P. Tor North fleiirrew, may re- place" Senator Maclxireii. ew weeks at Ihe age or SS years. A lucrative trade in moss lor the use or nurserymen and florists bas lip In Ihe district around Brock- Our Twenty dlrecl raflory branches plauot to you LI lowcel prices., StyEe Booklet Fret MASON Balmoral Block -Ths Ihi VIelrola" mucli'.-to do with, our irrigation." buf In. the' end Edmonton 13 lUcely lo hare much more to do jri'th il. Edmonton ill going lobe ask ed to guarantee the the dls .Iribntion canal systems even II the Dominion governement slionld consen Jo', build tba pain canajs. And Then the system Is built and in operation iha department of agriculture at Ed mohlon is. going to be much mor .directly interested (ban the depart- 'menl at Ottawa. should therefore not rest -with hiving ibown the Dominion cabinet "mlnlilers over Ihe ground. We should have every one o[ Ihe provincial mlu- .Islers here to see for themselves- We Bbonii not slop al that. We should ''have ever? member o( the legislature (down for a visit and show Ihein over ground travelled by Mwsrs. and Calder the past two days. The' -whole queallon ol 'irrigation Is V.almo'jl certain, to come bEfore'' the -provincial legislature at the session next two weeks. Cilr. H. McKenile Welsh, J. V., and amily returned last' week from an xtended visit lo relatives in Chllll- wack B. C- Mr- Welsh has purchased 'bouse in Chllllwafk and Inlenda lo move soon as he can con- f'enlBnlly arrange to do so, leaving ha arming interests here In charge or nis son Slanley. waiting 'or surrey-'data, th projects would'have-reached suci Etale ol adyaAemenl thai actual con ilr'uciion world have been In any event, ;lhe visit ot Messr Calder and Helghen has heeii an even of first imporlance In Southern Al- berta. They have learnei our oMin- culties, and when irrigation is broach- ed lo them herealter ttitr will hate a teen realization ol what it, means In belt. It U good that they I gel. LUB QUIULIVU. Mr MelEhe'n deyoled Ihn conclu ion ol his speech lo drawing alien Ion hi the enormous dehl of the coun ry occasioned by Ihe war, and th need for expansion or trade and ol efforts that would not by over-taxa iou drive out capllal from Ihe coun ry The obllgaliona of vere already very ..heavy with the war debt close on two-billions, and it bad to be careful before It .undertook lew obligations. matter -ol credit, the provinces w.ere.ln a better posllloc than the Dominion_as_a whole In thai tipendiiures In the war vfere not so enormous as .lhat of Ihe uir. E. A. GradT and iamily left on Tuesday lor a holiday al Walerlon r O B. Lilmalta returned to town on llonday to look alter the town on llonay o o harvesting and threshing or his, crop. Mr. Iblimatta has-a halt section lhal HI Elve a lair return considering (tha eason. A 'new. feature for. this. town la the sale being put on by Ihe-Blg Store ommencing ThJfcday morning. It understood lhat goods are being marked. down to real bargain -prices id lhal the community. to be treat; gc-nulne cheap sale, lasting vllle. The council ol drey, Eask., was prosecuted ana lined lor allowing saw thistle'lo mature on the streets the village. Joh" Qalrns, ol Carndutf, may be the Grain Growers candidate lor Assln- iboia. Sist, ror the house of commons vacancy. lAiian JIcDonald, Anli-, gonlsh, has been appointed judge ol the county court Ior district No. 6, Nova Scotia. Forl William city officials have re- ceived word that an order-in-councll bus been'passed authorizing the con- Btructlon In the dlslrlct.ot a house of eluge for elderly people. i Newcastle ani Chalhara, N. D.. phy- sicians have relused to write liquor prescriptions owing lo the humiliation they have 'undergone by prohibition cllicors. The 'cap Quein Elliabeth gave to Aamlral Drake tor and scattering the Spanish Armndal has been'cold at auction in London, 15he MANUFACTURER The .strength and organization of this Bank enable'it to offer unexcelled facilities to" manufacturers doing either a domestic or foreign trade., Manufacturers will find it totteir advan- tage to consult with us regarding their 'banking requirements. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRY'HNER, M.n.BM H. S. GORDON, Mineger J. V. STEEL, Dominion. During the meet Ing-the was audience Melghen-Calder Eosoda like a prell? strong comhlnallou. The Old Timer says It's a dry coun. try when they begin to measure the water. irmK me iiicciiMfc was entertained lo a flolln selection by GeoIIrey Waddington and to a solo tv Mr George neming, hpth ol which rcct with unstinted apnlause.. Tbe loll 'en .the early Aorning train on their way lo Ot tawa. Mr. Caldpr Owing lo the latJneE5_o( the hour lion J A v Calder spoke briefly on in a haW speech1 practically reite ated the statements ol the plnisler o the Interior. "I am convinced lha you people are right In so what on want is concerned. It anything can be done lo keep Ihe people on Ihe land.'It musrbe. done. And when we see what can be done by irrigalion and what is actually be- ing done especially around Cqaldals, there is-only one thing to do. VU must flnd a said Mr. Caltler .Mr S. D. Grillilhs and ramilj- are pending a lew days at Glacier Park, .ontana. .Vi'; }J Mr. A. P. Hughes has .purchased-a arm in the Rellaiv dislrlcl. Tuesday, Sept.- 26, to d to week. Lieutenant and Mrs. Powley, a son. (From Oar Own CorreappridMll) ONBFOUH. Aug. Dune- has gone lo New Dayton on a visit. 3. H. Kemp, ol Sago 'Creek, called en Samuel Cross yesterday. ng., Ior It was announced lhal a would be placed before Ihe cily coun- II ol Toronto to increase Lhe clvio debt to J2.913.770. to be used lor rap out Improvement schemes. Clarence B. Dickson, a young grain merchant or Saciflilo, M. B., while spending Ihe week-end 'with his brine of. a weefc-al Sfe. :Anne de Dellovue, Qua., was drowned while bathing. A man Rllltfl at Newark. N. J, when caught In a bread mUlng ma- chine from which he had'trlcd lo re- move Ihe dough without slopping the motor. Dealing on the New York Slock Ex- change so far Lhla year approximate sharer, more Ib'an double Raise More Hogs Every Farmer.-realizes the profit? in Bacon Hogs at prcserij; prices. The only .question in his mind 'Where can I get the money to buy BOTITS and pigs to V "i TheMerchanls Bank gladly.makeslparis to assist capable farmers in incrMsino; their holdings of live slock. Talk it over with the Manae'er.' THC BAKR Head Office: OF CANADA E.tablished LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, _ Ther arc Blampedlng In Calgary Ihls week. Always were a fUghty crowd In Cow Town anjway. Visit Ihe Coaldale Idlr. When we must a "and if II is found ntceasary for Iho Dominion goverament'lo tome to the assistance ot the provincial: govern- ment financially .in. Ihls mat er it must he done." But Ihe irrigation of Southern a big problem and before much can he definitely decided Mrs. Thure Carlson and Conalau- slaaia had a successlul week ol herry- plrting In the Cypress Another girl arrived at: the home of Jlr. and Mrs. J. J. Robertson last Wednesday. All doing well. Mrs. Emma Beeler, of Bartholomew Colorado, surprised her. hrothbr. Au- gust Flora, a visit recently. They had not mol lor 18 yenre, ao IhaLthc Ihe'-huslneas ot ihe game period las year. visit was pleasure to them. 'Ordnance cxpcndlUires ol the II. S amounted lo' Only 72 Am erlcan made guna and two days am munition reached the firing line Irom Ihe U. 3. Stoncmonl-OlonEarry farmers have nlaced J. Willrld Kennedy, ol Apple- ___ .nu niacea J. wnniu .-ri--- bolhj of fhin, In the tleM lor Ihe House of Com rnons vacancy. They _con .during the .coming .winter. one ol our own Ihe next I during the coming .winter.- n ;.Tnimu times better lor-aa to best thing is to patromze our ndgh- :have the legislators ______ hare'a firsthand un- 'derstandlng'o! our--problems than lo Tha neil lime you hear anyone 'ask Ihem to accept Irrigation on faith, complaining ahont, Alberta weather The Board ol Trade and the IrHga- juat lell him II snowed In New York Development Aasociallon should ob August 26lh. '.arrange for aWld day In Irrigation! -for Ihe oenelil'ol our northern A. sheep rancher has bought an ;lalor3 and Invlle them all lo como.Hrrizalea larm near Coaldale. Sheep 1 alralb will make a combination mucn can must be sure or Ilia amounl ol water available, the quantity required per acre, and the amount of land that 3The Federal Government is 1'odny doing all possible'lo Tlclcrrolne these INLAND REVENUE RETURNS UP I acclamation. OTTAWA, Aug. ii.--Tie', lowl. In-1 land revenue lor Ihp-month .or.July 33 against? Q1UD3 slder giving Hon. Mackenzie King a was WdJI an T, In-July, 1D18. The .war collecled last monlh totalled tax on lobacco netted the. aura fo 791 and that on spirits BRITISH TENNIS PLAYEhS ;WIN factors ana when ineje-are known It DBAUVILLB, France, Aug.-28.- In will be up to then, lo see that Ihcro Is [he singles tennis matches held here an cqllitablc distribution ol Iho avail- au li_i_r_i.- r-Amilr. '11 would be a liberal education WOULD BE BETTER TO SET METER RATES. -There are a good many people In -I'.''Mthbrlage.Trtio are honestly opposed wlfer melers. On the principle :' 3 man should be willing lo pay ''lor what He uses Uiey should not be, .i'but on the ground lhal.they bave nol ihe commissioner of public announcement-of wbal Ihe meiered water are to be II not surprising. It Is true, tt -.the cornmlsisloncr has'lold us, thai the aim tbe walcr meters Is not lo.Increase Lhe revenue, but rather to detreaso consumption and riaVe tbe coil of pumping millions of [ beat Jn.. Southern Alberta. [We're Jnst .heglnnlne to Utirn our o( water t a 100-rool bead only to be wasted Indiscriminate. Tbe Prince visited the Toronto University and found himself locked out. Wonder If that put him In mind oi the timos when, as a small boy, he wished he would be locked out ol hool. Anil don't rorgel while we arn doing all our talking about .Irrigation lhal we have our dry land problems. They are Jusl as ImiJbrlanll Irrlgatlou will help Us problems on Ihe land hi Southern Al- bcrla which will always be dry land Hut ve. can never gel fuel thai (here will a timns as much dry as.Irrigated land. an eqllilaoic aiainouuun able water over the district, requlr- Ing Iho same. "I have always been a firm ociieve. in Eald Ihe and 1 tee any dllBculty.. )n In" scheme ol your going righr along. Seed Grain Relief Tho minister staled lhat lion. Mr. Mcighen ,anrt hlmaell had made this trip lo Iho weal primarily to Invesll gate conditions In the drouth areas which this year ara tho most' acute that have ever visited Wtjtem Can- ada and extend as lar cast as Mooan Jaw nnd north to nalllclord and IJoya- mlnslcr. They now havo nrsl hanrl inlormatlon as lo the conditions, and lion Jlr. Caiilrr his hearers lhat whatever Is necersary will be ilone (n the wa'y or providing seed a_nil n connection wlih the n ol .earn to'meet Ihe Australians .In Ihe Matches ror the IJavIa cup, the British team won' the two final conteiu to- diy. Davlson. England, defeated Laureniz, France, .3 to 2, and. Co Klngs'cole, England, beat Oobcrl, Kranco, 7 to fi. In Ihe doubles played ,earller In Hie j, 11 Molded, vice-prcsldenl an general manager or Ibe Canadla National Hallway, while in I'orl A t'r.ur, Ihllmalcd lhat there wan a pro peel or n dally service being Inaugu aled between Winnipeg and Toronl While J. C.- Hudion was drilling al Hughenden, which we down lo a. depth ol 250 feel, he pas ed through n layer of coal 18 feel thickness. A .similar senm ol c discovered a mile.from Hu son's, llnd. A vole ol Iho ratepayers ol Veg vllle ban been taken on Ihe qucsll cf having a ncv school creeled.- 1 voled In favor of IhE n was lo coal none in mu mi; leed In the drouth stricken area. The Bovernmenl will provide Ior Ihla and the actual admlnlslrallon ol Ihe reller will be done by each locM municipal: Mr, Dunham Tho rna'irrhiin, In Ibo ahsenco of President Marnoch or the Irrigation ays be dry land. Association, calTed upon ;l away from Hie 3. 3, Dunham, Iho vice-president, to always be Ion siiy a lev words. The speaker point- Baa only to be wasted Indiscriminate, times as mucn ory SlllUhe people cannol be bl'arne'l Lei us solve our ilry farmers profi- (or wanting to know how much walcr lems as we go along.- ed oul ivn ...v .ipeakcr point- jl Uiat Irrigation would Increase Ihe value of tho acres ol the under consltlcrallon from' 125 '-o al least ?125 per acre and Ihnt the Shoe and Foot Talk K'sr loo short shoe's iri Ihe arctics ''ThVevT.'tn-be re.levcd by 'having the foot wllb shoei and foo't troubles rtechanl6ally relieved. WE KNOW HOW ASK 70 BE EITTtO- POR ALL WJ. NELSON Co. 650 THIRD AVENUE .OUTH.; SHERLOCK' BUILDING Each Bottle tKe promise that touches the utmost limits of refreshment. V- Gooling, 'delicious "and Proved, by, years of popular esteem. o genuine by full name nitktuimM cncovnie lubitllullon. TUB COCA-COLA CO. VINNlPtO. MANITOBA ;