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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHB'RIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, February 13, 1913 Early showing of Spr$g$uitings Ourishipment of tlie-n*sv? suijpngi is now^ta.. Splendid weaves, including handsome tweeds iind worsteds," which will be ilie leading lines this season. COME ;1N AND SEE THEM .. � RID PATH, Cash Tailor 15-6th Street South. PHONE 730 ARTHUR PERREY SAYS CAR D-STON LOOKS LIKE A COMER -RECLAMATION TRAFFIC � AT WILL LIKELY TAKE SOME .TIME TO >:DISPbSE* OF'.NEW- BANK ACT Bribed Charged * Against State Candidate ;^arle:rtSn-'�W, v.Va., Feb., 13.-lu-teiige. excitement was created in the l'-t �;�---- - IhiHjse ot delegates today, when Hey. Ottawa, out, Wh- 13.-The bank- | T^mas .1. Smith, of West Union, ing and commercecontrai ttee :doclded--?'-sP**WNr ��� .question of. personal this rtorninc to -hbldltliree,sessions.a iPnvilege declared that Pelt-gate \. week, -stiartsmg� with .Wednesday; Feb- '.Rhodes and another man had 10*1.'-  iithr'ttst $500 in  his pocket in a room '.elawl� (Rhodes and the other differed .'hint S2,{)0e a very good Investment just now." Mr. Perrey was in the city yesterday, and was enquiring whether the Bard of Trade intended to exhibit at the Dry-Farming Congress at Tulsa. Okla., next fall. He learned, how-j ever, that uothing definite was estab-i lished in this connection. Re U not know how I greatly interested in the United States his | eclamaticn service project in the border state, and is watching their movements closely. "The amount of steel and cement to be used in the project is truly wonderful," be continued, "it is. their intention to build a great dam at the St. Mary's Lakes, near (he foot of Chief Mountain. This dam will raise the water in the lakes forty feet, and will dam it back for eighteen miles. From the St. Mary's a channel is being cut to the Milk River, giving a stronger aad steadier supply of water in the Milk River, which will be used for irrigation in the northeastern part of 'Montana." Mr. Perrey expects to se� the labor supply short oi the demand in Southern Alberta this year. On the reclamation project which means so much to Cardston. there will he one camp at Babb, of over three hundred men. Arrangements for the establishment of this camp are under way now. Besides this,'tile CP. R. work qh the railway east of Stirling and also on the irrigation system northeast of the city will require several'hundreid hien. These, with all the men required for building in Lethbridge, will be a great drain on the labor market, which is even now short of men. ; The Cardston 'district" Is prcspferous just now, and the outlook for better farming conditions next year "than have prevailed for seine time, is resulting iu a most optimistic feeling in the southern town. � � Whips of both parties.. have been making� &^^^^iof0^:}^et out**. full vptg .jana^thexe- .'will., be. few ab: There aw^b^eiT^per'ali'-sp.ealiers, and 1 R. *Ri*(-�enVe|i^>ijiemb'er "foi-- Calgary, artiirerv of both the federal and reb- ^ftC^ao^fl^K-if "there is time. This el foices. Shrapnel, and rifle bullets f wiffd^y3&P^03�'late, probably ab- � swept the streets in every diiection. DONT WEAR A TRUSS I lifter Tttlrty:,*f':-JMar�ha'l^ Mlcb^'who-.has been curing Rupture ;-v -K;:�*i�n*�.- whose let-(tw.Br y'qu can also" 'read.' Fill out free coupon,"/below -and mail A State Street; *^JSfeftj|e,send me h>" mail in plain jwja^pe*r,,-ypiir'illustrated book and ^UlXfJ hifprnJatlon abdort" your ap-vriHSnce.'fo'r.the cure of ruptuje.  Waaie'-'............ van city Scate out sn^ t . ( . TiiiibiBpt^^v^Kree.': divisions: one on ?^f^^^�iii;,,'one/::'on. tLaurier-'s,- and the/; fhillhi'i3!n*^he 'main resolution. 4mali groupsLof. Naxionallsts in the House-have'not made, up-their mind What stand to take in regard to Ver-vilte's amendment. They will vote against both the L-aurier and Borden proposals..'Whey will also in all pro-baliiKtyv'vote 'against 'Vervllle's proposition.^; iSo fa*' as. .-known the only bv$&1$m$lM^ffiv^' will- be tAa|#Col> |fiieaH J_ W^oCAn Answer "This Writer's Query Editor;-The Lethbridge Herald: StrjrH-1. should be glad If you or one ofyour Teadefswould enlighten me on a matter which" appears to be of great �public importance. Supt.'Reitl.(Lecturer on Electricity), Engineer Blanchard, the. Mayor and Aldermen, after a month of hard work of investigation, with the full knowledge of the situation here in all its uetaiifl, were unable xo come to any definite decision as to the lowest price at which the city could guar-iintee power to prospective Industries. . A gentleman,, entirely without this knowledge of the local situation was called.on to assist. He spent, at most, a few hours in mveatigation, probably taking a. trip round to see the beauties of the city, and indulging in luncheon, etc. As a result pf his cursory glance into the affairs of the city, we are informed with a,great flournsn of trumpets, that the city supply power for industrial purposes at Jlfj.uu. Now,. -there., is something wrong here( {Mi-. Editor..,-.Either our City Kl-ectrical: Superintendent, our City Engineer, and our Mayor and Aldermen are-sadly lacking in the . uuaJitles needed for their respective positions, or, the result^ of this "expert iuvfsti-' gation" Is absolutely unreliable and calculated to place the city fn ditfi-cultylece or land. A little money thus expended this year would represent thousands of pounds in a few years hence. That reference to Uie increase in the value of the land recalls the suggestion which was made some time ago that the church could amply provide for its financial wants if it were to : ecme a portion of each newly opened township, but it was felt in many quarters that to do so-would put the church in the position of speculating fn land, which would not be at all advisable. Large and Small Tracts, Improved or Unimproved, Situated on the Arrow Lakes, Kootenay Lake, Slocan Lake and Hawser Lake, ALSO ' Lardo Valley, Slocan Valley, Columbia River and West Arni The above-named Districts are in the heart of WEST KOOTENAY Mild Winters. No Wind Storms. Delightful Summers. And the Best oi Markets. Will exchange for City Real Estate or Farm Lands at Bona fide Values '-. .-...� '' ...... ''''" j 3. , .i ft. �;: ' .-,:- ri We Invite the Fullest Investigation, Easy Terms. NELSON, B.C. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: C A. VAN HE Lethbridge Office Open Feb. 15th ERT, Rep. P.O. BOX 2076 j CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, Feb. 1.3.-Mild weather and promise of more made the wheat market weak today. There were albo reports that rains had improved crop conditions throughout India, wewr'S to M. lower. May started at 93 @ !KP/s, a loss of % to % and-dropped to 92%. �����.�' Despite free buying on the part of a leading house, oats sagged- with wheat and corn. May which started Y�&%C down at 34% to 34%, touched 34%. And do you know that Hughie Jennings picks the Sox to finish fifth? Yes, he puts his tea-m-fourth, and hands the pennant to the Athletics; SHIP YOUfr GRAIN TO John Billings & Company Winnipeg and Lethbridge -Daily prices by wire, or phone. -OFFICE AT- Messrs. Asquith and Lindsay's Office DOMINION BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. [ Phone 1714 P. O. Sox 273 Mayor Favors Stately Civic (Continued from front page) The Gardens are destined to be the beauty Bpot of the city. They have attracted wide attention from visits ors of all natlonp, I** it i�- toj b^ *hfi beauty spot, why not make it the centre of civic activl'Mas? That is the question the mayor asked himself, and he decided that ho would lost no time putting the matter before the council so that the C. P. R, might be communicated with and the policy evolved. The mayor is of the opinion that the company would have no objection to the further beautifying of the park by placing a magnificent city ball in the centi'e� provided the company could have the \ assurance that It would never be used'for'any 'other' purpose. . ,it does not appear as if. the olty is in . a position . to spend $250,000 or '$300,000 at the present time erecting such an edifice, but it might be possible to design structure which need not all be built at once,' An expenditure of 9100,000 "for. a- portion pi'V$ ba&HKf nalgfetr b� undertaken Within the next year or two, and the remainder added when circumstances warrant. �. �t'-i"B;�rl.:--at.',' 1.401.-Bth Ave. Nort|i;. � ;, - Opposite Westminster School ��'��..; ;:�..[.�,�,.., HOKSliOtD FURNITUREr## Lsd; rX woi7[ncul)atovs., a 1 inost tie \v i : . �.�--������ W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER/., TERMS CASH: ;