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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local Nexvs LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1918 Local News Where To Find It LETHBRinC.E. AI-BFHTA. PAtili SF.VKS. Answers ..Criticism Something Musi Be. Done to Curtail Present Waste Comi'hisslucer Meash ot the puWic works geuiiiaem DBS i nlroiig (land IP. laW of metering Uip clly s water fupplj-.' -In a leller lo (lie Her- ald I your gUing mo (or a reply' Mr- Thomas Me- Xcilfi lellar published In Tour Issue tif Ibe'Hlh. 'The quesiluu la raised as 10 'it wpuld be belter lu nee money fur raiilailnf wooden pipes than lor the psrchBSa ot mcteri. Thli question is quite in order end I can onljr say ihit oner the waller had boon care rully considered from tlic standpoints of (bo cost o( the uriktei) ol lie nroa- r-ht ra'ilnii and the probaole loss of clear that It would not CA OPEN THUR at niter ll had been done, nellhor would li' btln In detection of aubse- The present lolal revenue from wat- erworks will eventually bo reduced 'rom whal H present by 11 ibe cost ot pumping and a saving in the wmtago of would meau a saying In tin cost which would BO lo tUo benefit of Hie consumers. If we nol inoler our eyileul we must Inelal more pumpi, which means another- force drain, etc., which will airiln lucrease the coat of water uu- der the flal rate eysltm. Some of ibe reasons why I adro molers Because we are now at the bresilne uolnt on no waior question, and it means moro equipment and a new force to'jeneiv'tue ordinary wood mains tor lome J-eara. Wo liavo about .two f-aH ose-hilt mites of street whore tbore nro two mains ill one wood anil Ib9 otter steel or Iron, and ioon n'l 'utacHsitr arises the connsc- I.ODS now bn thcae wooden mains will lie made to other mains and Jliu vrcod nialns. i ngitw iual ihe .wood rorco main on 7lh .S. 'shouM be replaced with a steel main r nd aljowance for this his licen made. L There la no doubt in my mind thai i he Iris of water from leaks, while Esrlons.-has eiaEseralort, as cs perience proves (hut leaks ebow up hi froirf'lvp'lo'foui' days at v.-hera'ihe ground is level ami where iliere are no' Band pockets in thtf sub; toil. For Instance, wo havo a case r.-herc a connection was made and iho eirtb .wrs dry, nnd alter It had been filled In ibo main Began to leak und wIlllnnwo'dtTs H showing al ihe ground leTel, thus proving con- rliislfely that Uils leak shoirod up In le-i ihaSrHvu days. Other could bo glveji. tint iye Bhall'nevcr know wnat loats ire have" until we have meters, be c.iuJe, while wo what Is being imslped, we'd'p not know what qunn Illy actually sets io the consumers whereas" if Uie terTlcea were' motored we should bo ablo to check bolh ends ihtn -we could dlvlio the, clly Into sec. lions and locale. the- leata. To biakp a Ihoroueh tiurrey o[ tha system? for I oaks.- witlioul metres -.refill cost several .thousand' dollara nnd would not be thoroughly cqnrinc- Witll tbe opening of tlie Rotary Carnival in Ibe main pavilion of Iba fair buildluga tomorrow iTIiurgdayl evening, southern Al- hertc's celebration will' open, nnd it will he one continu- ous round of pleasure until Cie clock strikes midnight on Satur- day. The llolary Carnival, wlllcll will occupy un Important place In the peace celebration, will be lietd on Ilic last three evening! of Ihc week, commencing each evening ui On_ Saturday ii will-fi- gure as the wind-up fealure of the peace celebration proper, and lit- erally thousands of iicoule from all parts of lontbern Alberts, will he in ailcndance thai cvcnlng- UBL'al, Ihe HolarLans have spared r.ellher cor expense to make the affair a hnge suc- cess, and. Judging frwo Ihe gtn- erat apprecbition uf the Victory Dance Carnival last December, the public may look for solr.elhlng worth vhllu iu every dt-.uartiueni. two orcheitras engaged for Ihe dancing, wbU-h will be going oa In both wings n[ itie m-iln pavl- 'llon.at once, and with ibe whole central portion ol ibe liulldlug given up to luidv.ay attractions, there will be plenty ol fun for everybody. The ramirul Is being staged for ihe beretil of three U.W. V. A. building fund, Ibe Nurilng Mission and tbe Rolary Club Community Service fund. The net iirorteda will be dlviduJ equally. Saturday evening's performance will -wind Ul> with -i. great nerpen tine and confolU oallle just before and the thousands of iliUcirs In the clly tor the day's celebration will witness a colorful Bueclacln worih going miles lo sec. f The Midway sluulB at the car- nival will be uulijue ai'.d original. EO that non-dzncen will nave jusl as good n lime as auyone else. PI WFII; 1 Tb II IT 1 A fy A ft- fr e; O fr MAYOR PACK DOES A GRACIOUS THING: GIVES CELEBRATION HERE BOOST v v Thf local veterans have been informed by Mayor Pack. ff of Itayrjjond. thai Iba commit- tr-p appointed lo consider ar- rangernenls for the' town lo further Drilling To Be Dom in Old Higger Flow in New A. W. Patrick, of Oil City. Is in clly on bis way back from Calgary, where lie has been for tbe purpose o( getting an extra outfit for starting -uollicr neil lo Ibe Llneham well 25 barrel oil flow was iialn. or nielcn. and as more uuiun- Ing equipment, etc., would not curtail waste and would cost nearly double whet meters would cosl, 1 believe me- ters are preferralile and without In any way depriving Ihe citizens of a proper quantity of water, ws. should reduce" our consumption and our present pumping equipment would nol be under Hie strain It is at present and lls lifo would therefore be pro- longed, which would he lo ihe benefit ot Ihe consumor. Fur.lher. by reducing waste and hav- ing no reflrictolns as water may be used for any purpose It would ensure a good even uressure at all IraQS to Ilioso citizens who'at pres- arc- uoforlunote In being short of water at ccnain hours. Space-will not permit of going Into further delaiis1. but to my mind meters ippear to be llio only cllance of giv- nrj every cltlzni a real opportunity of co-opera'tlng ivith Hie city In helping out on tills voitd'question. Yours truly. H. WM. MBECII. Commissioner of Public. Works. Three Vacancies To Be Board Advertising Kor Ap- plications There will coaslderahle changes in the high school when the new term starts. .Mr. Sharpies and Flshci arc leaving, and application! :ire being called for In ihe Toronto an! AVInnl peg papers for filling the vacancies Grade X. is to be divided Into'two sections. This will, create another po slllon on Ihe leaching staff. .With Ihe three new teachers, there Will bo a re arrangement In tlie various subject and a readjustment of the teachers re- sponsible for the same. ------1 INTERVENE IN RUSSIA NEW YOP.K, July movement, to unlle the Christian churches of tho United Stales in Interven- tion in Ilnssla launched here yes- terday at a- contevenco of bishops of tho: 'Episcopal, Russian Orthodox, Greek Orthodox and ilumanian church- es and it IWQS nnnounced that all bishops nnd clergy In America will be asked to circulate petlllons urglns President WJIson la.acL.1o check Hol- ihe'vlk outrngts Bgainst1 Christians of jOcal Delegation Visited Reserve And Enlisted Supporl of Red Men John I'owelson or Raymond Has Fine Stand of Wheat On His Farm In spile ot the dry spell which hts ravaged ihe crops, the prospect Is not altogether cheerless. Mr. John Powel son, of Jiaymond, for instance, has a ,i half section where tho wheat is eland As a oMhe of: 80mc hj hi ,nd brallug Peace Day >ia? recom- ;5 barrel oil (low was re mended thai tlie people ot sirurii. Hjiymond join with Ihe Greatv Referring lo llio oil In Ihe Llnermid, War Veterans of Soulbern Al- says ihat there berla in the celebration lo be j n'otr Of 2i barrels without Leld, on tbe 19th In Lctbbrldge. i ga8 The oil was struck at a; depth i-f 1000 feet. Tho old well wand Leather Heeli, tewn, Mtn'i Halt Sales cnly, tewn, from Men'l rial''Salts and Rubier Heels, nallfd, from.............. Man'l Kalf Soles and Leather Heels, nailed, Men's Halr.Soles only, nillod, from Rubber Men't Lealher Heili, Mtn'3 Full Golta and Heeli, from....................... Lldiei-'Half and Rubber Heels, sewn, from Ltdles' Half Goles and Leather ,Heels, cewn, from........-...- Ladlei' Half Soles only, sewn, Ladlea1 Half Solet and Rubber Heels, nailed, from Half Solee and Leather Keel., nailed, from La'dln' Hilf Solts only, from Ladlftt' Ruu'jar Heoli, from 1 Lidlm' Heeli, from ('in OoyV Half Boles'and Lealhcl Heeli, eewn, 2 10 Boys' Half'poles and Leathil; Heels, iewn, 4 to 6, front 1-75 Doyt' Kail Sales and Lssther Heell, nailed, 2 to 3, from........ 1-Z5 Boyi' Half Soles and Keels, nailed. 4 to 6, from 1-0 Youths' Half Soles and L.alhor Hetls, nailed, 7 lo 10, from.... .75 Yoirthi' Hall Solei Leather 11 Jo. tj from.....90 Half Sole, ind Leather 7 to 10, from .7. Yoiiihl' HnlY ind Lealhcr Called, 11 to t, from..... ,90 and Rlpi, Re-built, from Boon Dyed Black, from.................................. .60, from RpthweH St KnowUenv (formerlv F. Miles) 511 4lh Avenue Soqth. HI. G. Kilner, 420 13th Street North. Ungley, City Repair Shop, 408 2nd Avenue South. ,K. Repair Shop, A; M. Rasmussen, 3rd Ave, Soulh. Mike Cardmon, 212 13th Street South. Chris Hall, 913 SlreefSoulh. Avenue and 10th St. Soulh. Following are the draws in Ihe lawn bowling even now being played: Second Round, Doubles Winner Falrhrolhor and Porter and Jones and Smith vs. Miss Bentley and Livie. Ward and Patterson vs Judson anil Liscombe. Farrant and McDonald vs Turner and iMossey. Jliss Fnrker and Scott vs Lowc.aiio Sltelo. Second Round, Championship Scoll vs Hutlon. Ward vs Smith. x Winner of Steel and Livie vs rair- brolher. Kairlcy vs Farranl. Singles Handicap Bfcrall'vs Dennel. llcinli vs Porter. Loneworth Ts Dp Bryan. Lowo vs Liscombe. Patterson vs Kairhrother. Judson vs Klcelvvood. Muir vs Tnrnbull. _ Hcraing vs Clayton. Connor vs beatoii. Ladies.Singles JIIss Farter vs Mrs. Turner. Miss Benllcy vs Jlra. Ferausou. BUT WAIT TILL-SOME CELESTIAL DELIVERS THE LAUNDRY BY AIR: Mayor HardTe, Captain George Porter, Lieut. J- R. Palmer and Dr. Wray lo the Indian Reserve, the Indians will be present for ths peaceVcclebration on Saturday. The'men arid tho tquawc will take parl'in. the races arranged for the .afternoon.' The party ed the reserve cat, as Mayor Har- dle puts It, in.'a blaet furnace dur- ing tSctr Journey, in the intense hrfal of-Tuesday. The Indians" >vere vyith the idea of the and Captain Port'ef, through the interpreter Joe considerable evan- gelical work-In preaching.the Idea that the was for the. God. This took im- mensely, particularly with the .squaws. Ing some three feel high, and he ex peels to get from this area a thirt> bushel crop. Arthur Dahl, who farm between Raymond and Magralh, has fine field of 115 acres. These are dr> land farms. Mr. Dahl has a way o raising crops when olhcrs have fallei In the dry wear ot laiJ he surprise the natives' at tho Raymond fair b; bringing in some splendid sbeaves o grain. Mr. Ursciibach on a small portion of his farm, in" the Raymond district, which Is has a good crop of .wheat anu oats. Arrangements By Govern- ment to Fenture Alberta Molot League Trip IJeloiv the depth at which the present WYOMING-SENATOR NAMED WASHINGTON, July Senator S. D. Clark, of Wyoming was appointed a member of the internat- ional joint cohimiEBion today by Presi- dent He succeeds tho lale James. A. Towney. of Minnesota. A had accident befell George Young, son of Sheriff Young, lasl evening w'ho'n, along wilh Young lie was attempting'to' loon -the looil on his bicycle riding down' n coulee. Tha flow baa been struck there are other tools which have been lost and which, ilr. Patrick slates, are retarding Ihe- I flow. 'It has not been considered i. .1 visable for the piesent lo go further W. King, secretary ot Ihc 1-elh- vsauio lor un. _ bridge Aulo Club, has received a communication from The Motion Plc- lures Canada. of Calgary, slallng jl has been detailed lo-take films of the proposed lour to Waterloo on the 5lh', afler (he motor convenjion lo e held here is over. These films, the letter says, are'go- ig lo be some of the finest, scenic ictures ever produced for the Dbmin- on government. They will be used n the tourist propaganda campaign n which Ihe Trades7 and' Commerce Department is engaged. A committee is heing ananged to select spots on the tour for the laltlne of films and lo attend to the film men while they are on the Journey and ar- rival at Walcrlon. WON'T CONSI'DER EXTENSION U. 3..RAILWAY CONTROL PAH1S, proprietor of the Paris Cafe, is buying an aeroplane. His Oriental hearl has been won by tho great air game. Stories of fierce battles among'the clouds so arouEcn his spirit of adven- ture that ho twice .tried to get the air'force. Having tills, he will now'satlsfy his deslrn for" tha altitudes In the less dangerous pu- suits ot peace. Dnt It Is not all personal glory or adventure. Chew has business fore- sight, and none denlo.l his Initiative, lie has restaurants' In Gall and Glielph as well as in' Paris, and thinks the business might be better with personal supervision. So one ot these days a Cclcsllal will nrrive from the- sky In Ouclph or Ihe menu will be heller. He Is negollallnf with, F. 0. Erlcson, Toronto, for a machlno. llul why should ho retain ma name Chew now? Let him mako It Hop Wing or Wing linn. STIMULATE BEEF EXPORT WASHINGTON. July lion will now be received from're- sponsible .banks aud cxnorlcra for nil vnnces against cattle and cattle pro- duct ahliimcnla. Ihe war Ilnanco cor pnrallon announced loday, tho pur -liolng lo nllmulalc cinorlfltlnn null broaden- the demand for IhoBc products. FRENCH RESERVIST TRIE8 TO KILL WIFE S., July Joseph Colon, of Now N. B., Is In the hospital ns the result of a murderous assanll by tier husband nt Ihcir homo in that town yesterday afllirnnon. Colon, ivho is a who served In Ihc war. attackbd'hts wife with a rmtchrji, th? pollc-crsay Inflicilng wounds on her head and fac.o: Ihere arc l.wo bnd culs on the face and Ihe Bknll Is .believed lo be broken. J l front wheel broke, George over tlie'lronl bar'of-nts machine and I rendering him u'nCQiiscEons, wllh'r blood flowing from Ilia -ears aud nos- After rendering his companion'nil ,m tirst aid he1 knew, Clisby rushed o. the powerhouse and phoned Into police for.the ambulance, aud on he arrival of Mhicli George was taken home. He Is very irluch better loflay. WAR-TIME -Mich.. July The Calumet and Hecla, Moaawk Wolverine 3tinjng .companies ycsler daV annouuced Ibe resloralton of wai time Vagcs, allowing' an Increase of 16; per. cent, in Iho wages of men. WASHINGTON; July view of the statement by President Wilson that railroads 'would be .returned lo their owners at tha end of thll year Chairman Bsch told Ihe house Inter stale commerce commission loday the it would be useless lo consider plans a five year extension of govern in tbo drilling in Ihe possibility of losing tools. From the present flow so far. 200 barrels ol oil have been tanked which, has filled up Iho tanking accommoda- tion at present on tbo ground. With the new well brought in, will be made tor conslrucling thp necessary pipe line. :-..IRON MASTERS AND METAL WORKERS OPEN g NEGOTIATIONS IN WINNIPEG July Con- ferences between Iron masters and the 'metal workers bave slat-ted. The preliminary ses- sion was held this morning nnd was purely ol a routine nature.. after this 1 morrilne'i meeting reluscd to mako any' statement lo. tha press. AnnlhcT. session was called for Ihls afternoon. DEMAND 167 GERMAN PERSONAGES BE GIVEN UP UERL1N, July tagehlalt says It learns Ihat Ihe allied and as- sociated powers will not ask Holland lo give up former Emperor WllliaVn tor Irial but. Hint Ihey will request Germany to demand Irom Holland that he bo delivere-U up. The same proced- ure, the newspaper, adds, will he lakcn with regard to German 'statesmen who f.ed to neutral countries. It: Is said 107 persons will be nskcd for. Includ- ing leading Ihe commander of Ihe raider llocwe vliich sank numerous vessels on the ligh seas, tlic commander of the sub marine 'U-53, which visited Newport R. I. in October, 1916, and on leaving sank a number ot vessels off the Am crican coasU and Dr. von Delhma'nn Hollwcgg, former imperial chancellor; Dr AUred Zimmerman, former foreign mlnlaler. and Dr. Carl Helfferlch, for- mer secrelary of the interior and vice- chancellor. Belgian farmers. Transgressors to the way of las.- UK standing-street they are driving their autos, still continue o be D Stewart was. Ihls morning, fined at tho city police court' tbe sum of ?5 and costs for the offence. _K the practice continues the fines for Iho offence will bp raised. At the same court tbo charge prefer- red.asalnst A. Lcssard, lor using license obtained for a Ford car for, driving a nodgs car, was adjourned.to of ossault against Frank licarman. were througb tbe non-appearance of Itie complainant. BILLY ALLEN RUNS OVER MAN WITH TRUCK OTTAWV. July Dyer, 50 an employee of the niilitis depart- ment was Inslantly killed .his morn- Ing al Weslboro. being run over by .n, militia deuarlmenl trueH. Ifi running toj hoard an aulo, dla not no- lice the truck. The- was Or vei by Hilly' Allen, formerly lightweight boxing "champion of Canada, and no, blame is atuched lo him. ATTEND THK CARNIVAL FORGET THE HEAT idge. Rotary and Veterans' GREAT EVENTS OF THE WEEK-END FOR CELEBRATION'OF PEACE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA: Rotary Carnival Two -men found pnkle decii In n New Yorli 1'ollcc rlalnl Ihcy .illscoiiftcMeil n beer plno In Bol Iho leal. i OPENING Tomorrow, 'ii Continues Friday Night with Wind-dip' Salurday Night.' Dancing and Midway. Single 1.00; Season Tickets r Children under 50c. Peace "Celebration Under Auspices of G. W. V. A. Monster Parade led by War Veterans Assault-at-Arms j Baseball: Cafdsion vs Magralh, 6.30 Grand Carnival (Eveniiig) r ;