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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume V. ADDITION TO LEIUBRIDGE M Largely Increased Nuiner of riesta now being nUrUined by TVarrten Uivera, had the faol that tli� kMps right B� to hlfh wnter mark, Mother ^vil|g to'b� aUded to the pro^inoial Jail at Lethbrldge. Ifou. Mr. McLo&ii WM here the other l- >n yajnuw----------1 lowing the rccclpt ot _ word from afttiotod. Tht beau known modOfii Naukius that he had b�>cn elccleil pro-inctboda o( doaling with theae ^aaes: sjdent, of the Republic of China, Dr. ^111 ^elatsnduged and Mr. Mclean, g,, y^n handed the followiu^ liopea to make the.Jail contribute as much aa pooaVMO'to the uplin o( those gtrra ia aare at (ho province. ... Throg o( tbanatdoncoa (or ofDcials are now aonple^ed and work on the rcfildenoa tor th� warden la well.under -^rajv -Vt tho aad of nest aummer the J.*thbrld|o fall will be as' wellCoqulpr ped an taotHatloa aa any of th'a kthd In Canada. Mr. Moljaaa ia oortalnly proving a vw7 able adminlatiator. ta coaaaottoB with the inatltutlona for th9\ uBfortaaateo It la latareating to note that largo aa ware the build-tnga for the laoane at Ponoka, an additional wing haa had to be conatniot-ed to accommodate the eror Incraaa-j Ing number of viktianta. The work ot the protrlnelal saeratary'a department Is conaiaiiTir iBcrsaalag and there Is no hualar ouui ia Alharta thao Hon. A. 3. McLean. until Friday, October 25, althongh the exhlbita will lie open to the pubtlu during the who'le of (;ongresB week. To every part of the world where the Dry Farming Congress Is known, the week of October 21 will be advertised as cougresB week in Lothbrldge, Alberta, Canada. The executive will commence Immediately to send out this information In order that preparations for the congress may be commenced Immediately. The railroads ot the continent have been anxiously iiw,aitlng the announcement of the date of the great convention. The people of Europe who are Interested in the Dry Farming movement have PROSPERITY OF CANADA 18 RE VEALED IN CONSTANTLY SW^BkLING REVENUES Ottawa, Dec. 29.-The astonishing growth and prosperity of the Domln-! Ion is Indicated by the receipts ot the srovernment through the customs and Inland revenue departments. . The* ag gregate customs dues colleclf-d for the first eight months of the current fiscal year amount to |nC,R3ti,~6o.Ra. e.\ecutive felt that to him in a largo'The estimated customs revenue for measure must be given the credit for ,he fiscal year ending March 31 next bringing the congress to Alberta this i� f85,000,000. a ^aln of thirteen mil-year. He Is very closely In touch nons over the returns of the last with the affairs of the congress, and fUc�l year. The Inland revenue re his department Is In hearty sympathy ctlptsi for the eight months ending with the work which Ilea before lliejjec. :tO will amount to $14,547,523 as executive for the comlnR year. In ac-!g-gaiuBi lt2,5�3,X78 for the correspond-knowledglng the honor conferred up- period last yeur. The revenue on him he said that he did not intend collen tho aame way ms Afghanlslan servaa aa a bulfer state on tha aorthwastam frontlor of India. [Jor points in tlie United Kingdom at foothills n( .Southern Al-.oughly discussed with him again half of tho regular raU, for an 01- '^^^ ^ , ,, -.^ dinarv uablegram. The text must. l�e o*""- " .u iie .si o ,,.it ,> entirelv in plain.language withou. lig- Plant valued at two and one halt m coronrercial marks,, groups ot I'on dollars ,n M BOARDS or WADE MEtTINC noclna, Dac. W.-k moatlag of the hearda of trado of Southoni Saakatch owan will ha haldhoro on January 4 nuMtlotT^ tra�c Joniaatlon and sages will be forwarded Jiltcr u qu____ Other importaat mattara will bo dealt with. urps. ooranierciai marks.. Krou\is m -........... t^l"' fiver bottom letters, e'U'., Kverything exeepiiiig whicli would, handle forty million feet the addroa^i tiiusi bn written in Uttnber yearly, if tiie city would words. '"Ganuinc words spelled ac- m*l�* lilm � certain pi-()positi,-, the hearty support of e\cry memliei: ' 000.000 corporation, was recently sue-1 of the executive, cspecinlly Hon..Mr.':^; icessfuUy floated In London by Mr. Eugene. Coste, .M.K., according to his brother, Mr. l-oula Coste, M.E., who is at the Hotel Vancouver un his way to OttawK. , It Is proposed 10 furnish natural gas to various towns and cities In So8uthern Alberta, from gas wells ni I Bow Island, on the line of the Crow's,! full paid Marshall, who says that there canv not be farming without llve�tocW,*'.p 'I'lie details will be arranged latei".;-f?:f This will be the first tune in thy'JT history of the congress that, a Mvb^i^ stock show has been held in connec-j'ij^ tion with the other exhibit. . A $1600 Prlie '''f^m Tlic seventh congress also will h�f\'S Kiiilway construction pvospecl.s f.' Aftpr tb.o Itli^bt of the deputy ^goYeroor geuefal to British con-culata'on J>�c. 3(1 all proporty of the govorpmoni-.was placed un*dei- seal, for Bermuda. Turks Ulaud, and .la- ii-'"' i"' via Halilax, nermuda .'-able the proposition, OWNERSHIP OF CIVIC UTILITIES ipleied. The people 01 Mellon, Siisl, maica. the New '.'.oaland and Australia via British I'aciiic Cable company. SEND IN OFPICERS NAMES Ml societies are requested to send 111 the names of their offlcers to B. L. Cope, secretary ot Business Men's Associatlou. C(miiiiitlee ernbracod many nuitter.s ot iinportanco to the tuture wi-lfare ot tlio oitv in thai line, lie i-ilatort that REGINA TO INSTALL GAR PLANT AND WILL THEN HAVE COMPLETE OUTFIT lioBliia, Dec. 'i8.--At the lust meut-council to. ,ne peoine o. :,t..uu ,, ....... . ale .v. ':;; ;;;;,,-.--,,,ci,e"s is arranged for. the Rumloy Co. will 'l gre-ai y wotked up over Ihe niinor oi m slxe from sl.stecn 10 i\m.iu.\ julhv^ . ,,,, ' . f, L n,ouosed chai.e. iu tlH> starting I In ainmete,-, and will be cM,..l,.ped! offer one VUlOO sepaiator, .is OrsU II will touch at Macleod bfi U.7('."p. H.''Tr;a7maln";vT^ ri.glu .way. If an implement exhibit;. GOOD MEN PROMOTED riic C. y. R, Telegraph Co. has ap pointed D. U Howard supervisoj' vi,t thcv expected lepresentai.ivca of the ing of tho present city ^ 11,1. iiil (., litii H,o ciiv nitl" R statement was issued sug^ loh.n lloo ""^^ B^'l'ne the disposition ot money to this week to look,over he loca o ^^^^ ^^.^ ^^^^ y^^^. as a possible .sik. on which to rcbii.ld ^^^^^^ j!7�7,0r.5. The item of their ifflUs: Mr. �can, the president ^.^etMntordsl Is'that providing for a is not unkniiNvn to the proposed change in llic starting point MVd to protect IL I Hal �.ul C. 11, Powell-at Calvary. ail 1)0. Icoucil. The iiiiUistrJAl committee is also in (.�orvesiionde.nce with tho head of a the oast out some being made to thhrldge Wootleu locate elsewhere. tended to Calgary snd he Id use ne.xt f�ll. NEW PRESIDENT OF iCUAC'OR Gunyaqulll. Kouadoi-, ll^r- 20.-the troops iu this city last iilgfit proqhtlm ed General Pedro .Moniori us M^mi. d*nl of ilkA �'�piiblio. ^ Kdmontoii, Dec. 2ii.-Two huadrai.i and elgbty.two new school diatrlcta' have been cire&ted in Alherta dulrInK' tho ye*r now aloaing. This brlngg tba total number d'r*t? "fi'i ince up to 17III. 01 these 13110 hkva Af, been formed siaae the creation of tlM> province iu 1906. These are fi|ur1|a^#M give*) out by the dspartraent id'lliit^.KM ;