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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1930 LETHBHlDCE. ALBfRTA. All The Local New. Where You Expect It PnGE Can't Force Canadian Pacific to Build the Manyberri Board of Railway Commissioners Dismisses Application Board Trade o- I, JoanJ Has No Jurisdiction Saya Co. question of the. completion ot Wej-burn line by the accreurt carfwnfct Pio' Secretary AiitkoHtv Either to Equalization of Rates Though Will C. P. R. to Give Re- tief ihLattei ;roMtr'xtioo ot tint portico Force 'Slacjiwrriea and Altuwan, but the company is unwilling to owing to the expensive nature, of the construction and the (act that the territory tributary, to iiiu pro- posed line is rough 'ranching country not likely to be settled (or- consider- time to come; that, as you are doubtless aware, the board has no jnrlidlcllou In the matter of ordering or eompftlllUB- tlie -construction o[ a railway line, and that In view of the the gap between Manyberrlea attitude asaumod by the Canadian fa. Altaian bag been dUratased byjcitic Railway Co. in this particular Application made by the associated idards of of Lethbrlclge and along tho line asking the ioard of railway com- missioners to force the C.P.R. to com' proceM with the at present, the board; according to word received locally frosi A. D. Camp'jsH, secre- tary of the board. The following let- ter explains the reaeoaa for tbe deci- to the aboTO applica- tion and to communications to the Ijoird since the matter was spoken .to at a silting of the board In llesina on the 1st March, 1919, 1 am directed by the board'to Inform you iuat it has bad under consideration and has taken with the Canadian Pacific Hallway case, any sction of the- board IB there- fore impossible, 'I am further directed to state the board has jurisdiction'over freight ratee, but is convinced thai parlia- ment in giving It such jurisdiction, never Intended that it should be used as a means ot indirectly compelling a railway coxrpany to do anything which But Laat Five Months' Total Was Inch Over 'Average For 18 Years Precipitation for 1S19 was half an Inch higher than In 1917 and almost five inches higher tban fr. 191S accord- City May Install New tMsures prepared by the weather Commissioners Considering Problem JOINS TRAVELLING STAFF Stanley V. Holt, who has been for some time with the Consumers' Hardware Co., lias severed his' connection with that flrni, having taken over the territory in Albertn for the Wood, Yallance Co. of Winni- peg, formerly worked by H. P. Buchanan. Mr. Holt Is nt pres- ent In Winnipeg, and will take ujThls routa In tho province In the course of ten days. c- Considerable interest is being taken' a- the back of them, ere looked on aa in irrigation development in South- gnt edged propositions. era Alberts iu Spokane, and thit them I The Vlco-PrcsHcnt 6! the Spokine ;_ i will be no difficulty In the Eastern Trust Co. will very short-'. the bonds of the LethhrlJgo Ko. visit Southern Alberta to fa orer thorn project can be taken as read tho Cualdale irrigated area to insjact from what has been reported by Irrigation In aclcal Korklnx and aUo Irrigation, from' being a Southern Alberta problem, has now become an acute civic pioMcm, as it concerns Ihe future water supply of the city, to get over the shortage of water that occurred laat summer. In vluw of this it is very probable that a sum, approx- imatin will have ti bo spent For Four- Years Conductor Could Only Work Half Miscet.An Hour, Now. Tho remarkable results being ob taiued from Tanlac is further evidenc- ed In tho uastt of Albort Burgess, a popular conductor on the Winnipeg Electric KailH-ari who lives at 453 Stradbrook avenue, Fort Kouge. Mr. Burgess called at L-iggctt'B dms store forjhls fifth botUe of Tanlac recently, and made tho following statement: "1 hBvo bean so wonderfully treno- fHtciI by Tanlac that I'1 Till never- stop praising' said Mr. Burgeas. "l-Yr tho past four years I have not hein able to three sood part of my wages trying (o get kfiilth'back. For flight a lick of work and was just barely able to get about. I iiufferal with flwfnt pains through my forehead all the time and also, had spells .'of-dizziness when I would hava to catch hold of something to keep LSw! A specif meeting of the vestry of -s on tho Installation of two pumps to .kelp out the water supply. Theia the board lacked the power to direct- i pumps will be a high duty aud a low ly order It to do. tinder these cir-Jduty ouc. The high duly pump la fo'f cumsttnces .the board cannot see Its ho purpose of pumping the water way to order any reduction in the rates now In force, established as th'esc are on tho usual mileage basis, but will continue to upon the railway company .the advisability. In its own. interest, as well in that of the public, of reHering at the earl- iest possible moment Uie disability at present imposed upon the residents of the affected area.' An order will, therefore, be issued dismissing the ap- plication." The application asking-lor an order directing the C.P.R. to construct the gap -.vas heiird in earlylast spring. Having settled this problem, it is understood Jjetiibrldgo business men will pusli tho early construction of a O.P.U branch Hue from Kljjp. to the Retlaw branch. observer at the Experimental Farm. More than half ol the total rainfall for tho year came after August 1st when tho growing season was practically over. The ratufall since ihe first of August was 0.58.inches as against 6.6 inches for the first seven months of the year and 5.70 Inches for the 18 years average for the last five months oj the ysfcr. The year's figures show it to have been 3.34 Inches uuder aver- :Ue comparative Jig- two years and tho TOSPEAKOTE If Messrs. Bletcher, Baalim and Blgeit. who tavo returned from a visit to ihe Montana city. Dig financial Louses and banking houses are out to procure the bonds as BOOH as they are avail- able. Taking Into consideration that many of these firms havo purchased Idaho Irrigation bonds at 90 and 83 the proposed area to be covered by the LetbbrMge Northern project. The Murphy. 1'aber Co., tlie oldest fihah: i cial Institution la taking a very keen Interest In the forthcoming bonds. A meeting of the Washington !rri- gallon Institute will be held this week u'tu fcmiUlL lusniuio w HI tic m Hi in -nvt wimout any Government or Slate guar- i in the Davenport Hotel at which Hoi anioe, the Southern Alberta Irrigation Duncan Marshall will be present and uontis, with [be government guarantee will deliver an address ou Wednesday. Tho recently formed "Hi-Yi" Club will the first ot its three-weekly luncheons at the "Y" Wednesday at from the filtration plant for the uso of the citizens, and tho low duty pump for pumping the water from the river into the filtration plant. There will be also necessary some alterations n tho Intake. Situation Has To Be Met The c-lly council have been ly going over tho proposed needs, and blue prints have been largely in evid- ence d-jring their deliberations. The schemes for meeting the situation ore only so tar in embryo, but the neces- sity of new pumps Is realised bj- the- council. Every probability points to'' the fact that the burgesses will In a- short time be called on to vote on a bylaw, approximating to the figures' mentioned, for the Instillation of new pumps. Meanwhile all data ns n means Lo an end is being secured by the Com- missioners for Improving the water supply. I SI. Atgnslin's" Congregation Endeavor to Secure the Beat Man Contributions out sell'ng more than an hour's sloop a nlsbt'. My condition was awful, anil I didn't know Bliat.lo do for relief. "At last R friend Iregsed run to try 'i'anlac ami. now I wish I had known January February March___ April liar June July August (September October Nuvember December 3918 0.46 0.7C O.CC 0.13 '0.75 O.S3 1.07 0.24 0.43 0.4C 1918 O.OG 0.95 0.75 0.47 1.75 O.Sli 1.00 1.05 2.04 1.7S 1.2C 0.55 7.CO 15.S2 16-year noon. All the older Hlsb, St'hool boys jhave been InTited. I There will be'an orchestra In at- tendance durtag the "Eats" and the special speaker for the occasion will be Mayor Hardle, who will talk on the of City Government. Tho committee In charge of the pro- gram for, tho season has lined up a strong list of speakers. Ainone those to speak later will be: ,W. A. Buch- anan, M.P., Dr. G. Vf. Leech, Judge J. A. Jackson, Mr. K. R. J. Korster, Mr. C D MclutoBh. and Mr S. J. Shepherd. 0.70 0.62 0.69 C.6L 2.SO 2.S2 J.7S 1.85 0.91 0.57 0.57 NO IMPORTS OF BOOZE SO FAR While liquor Is being imported at varloui points in the province, following the rescinding of war- time ordervm-councH, none has so far been chipped.'. In'per. expresj" into LethbrTdge. ever, are expected to take place shortly, In that price lists from a Maple Creek 'firm have been free- ly circulated in the city. MOVEMENT OF THE TRUNKMEN FOR 1920 After a holiday, the trunkmen and the knights of HiV S-ip are again taking to the.road. The swallow" to mark j ft glass, per jar......... lUC Allen's ISarloy Sugar, in glass, each........... OUC PRUNES, SPECiAL THiS 82c 27c Shield, per iU. Sliuron Whip, per bottlo Hazel per uoltlc Macaroni bas already ndvunced in price. Put in a supply now at less than market vaiiie.1 Macaroni, long- or ready r? cut, 16 or., pkgs., each IDC Spaghetti, 1C 02. pkc., -t each................. IOC Vermicelli, 1C oz. nkg., i each IOC Crcamettes, and Egg n Noodles, per 1ZC WEEK, 2 Ibs. for 45c iliss Curtis' Snowflake SfnrsU-' mallow Cream, per tin...................LLS. Pure Comb Honey, Air- line brand, per comb DUC GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 i. t'J Km ill WIL1I nllllrtulU 11IUI 3bout it long ago, has really objcct rf nQW mo feel like n brand new rrnin.. (n b t arllj in 1 used lo Buffer with a dreadful hurl- (o (g be Simpson and Dr. Taylor, was ap- pointed lo go i into the mat- ter of making enquiries as to prpspcc- live candidates for the rectorship, anil to get in touch with suitable men. It get order paid will be such as to maXo tho rectorship an attractive one. The new and en-; largcd parish of St Augustin lias now become the moat Important in tho' diocese, and it Is regarded ss the stop-; ping slono to the bishopric of the diocese, when Iho same becomes vacant. have not only my head, but all On [ho comrilellon of cntiulrics mafie niy misery la Kone, nnd I have net j by the committee and a report sub-' missed an hour from my NvorR since imitted to the a whole, a meet- shortly utter 1 hejan iaking Tanlao. jng congregation will bo called 1 hav3 also gained several ponuds in for tho flnal selection of the rector to but 1 was after waa re- lief nnrt thanks lo Tanlnc I havo found l't. I can now handle my'work as well llf when 1 first my run soviin ing In tho pit of my Etomacb, but after laltins Tnnlac a short ivhllo Ilils trnnhle disappeared and now ray Is In such a good sbnpe that 1 cj'i nnt ativtWng i want nnd never initter a with gas or pain, ntul ray appetite i;