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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TH6 PAILY HERALD VAGE SEVEN The Continuance of Our GREAT GUSHER Uuced a further Get Sheet art (till Gushing. Intents' Soft Soled Slippers Bootees In and brown. Regular up to 766. Further Re- duction 30c. Girls' or tan Btra'p slippers, small heel, with smart .bow. Regular up to >2. Sizes 6 to 10% Further Reduction Women's Bljek Vlci Oxfords toe cap medium heel. Sizes to 7. Kegulur 50 Further Reduction, PETTS' GREAT GUSHER SALE 608 3rd S. Misses' tan .and black vlci Oxfords, toe cap and extra substance sole, sewn Blucher cut; Sixes, 11 to 2, regular ?2 23 Further reduction Wbrnons' Patent Bluchers', vlci top, nhort vamps, high toe, medium 'Cuban heel. Sizes to Regular J4.GO, Further reduction Child'! Black Vlci Pat. Tip, .Spring Heel. Sizes 3 to' 7. Beg. 11.75. Further Reduction. 95c. Boys', Women's, and Girls' Box Calf and Grain Bluchers; toe ii to 13 In boys Sirlb and sizes 3 to 7 in woraenn. Regu- lar up to Iftir- ther. Reduction Girls] Pat; Boman Sandals, spring heel. Sizes 8 to Keg 1175 iFurtJer .Reduction PETTS-The Family Shoe Man 60S Third Ave. S., Lethbridge London, Julv.. tiding-over of today's critical session of the con- ference at Buckingham Palace on the Ulster situation without the occur- rence a rupture, created a decided- ly more-hopeful view among the gen- eral public as to .tho outcome of the discussions between the statesmen representing the different parties. The Irish Nationalists, however, still de- dined to commit themselves to, any expressions of optimism. Among Lib- erals and Unionists there exists an impression that'a settlement will be reached, if not bj the conference it- self, then outside of it. The Nation- alists show less confidence on i-his point and after today's meeting Pat- rick O'Brien, an Irish Nationalist, said "I am none too sanguine of an agreement being reached." The finding of a solution still hin- ges entirely on the discovery of a compromise in regard to the thorny problem as to whether the counties of Tyrone and Fermanagh must each le allowed to cast a separrte countv as suggested originally by Pre- mier Asquilh. London police force now ntim bers men. COWAN'S MAPLE BUDS {SAHS "E 1C" The Delicious, Solid Chocolate Confection Cheer your tedious journey with there delightful bites. Rich, full flavored, velveMmooth, and pure and wholeiome, they agree with young and old alike. StU estryvhen. The Cowan Company, Umited Toronto, Take them with you B COS1S ARE CAREFULLY KEPT Interesting Report by Com- missioner Reid Tabled at Council Meeting Commissioner Reid hai just finish- ed his half-yearly report on the pow- er plant, and thobc who for its operation and have a hankering for statistics will be interested in: some of the figures Commissioner Reid is in close iouch with every detail' of operation, including the costi of every turn ot each wheel in the power plant, and by keeping tab on these he is able to cut 'the expenses to the very minimum. 1 Among the ingenious methods em- ployed which tend toward a reduc- tion in the cost of operation and maintenance, Mr Reid has installed a system whereby he can extract the heat from'all :.he exhaust steam. This steam is turned into the feed water before-it enters the boiler, and the heaV.adds about 200 degrees 'to the temperature, thus reducing the i amount of.coal required to heat the rater to the temperature at which ive steam is created. All the heat in the smoke escaping rbm the funnels, is also extracted by means of an economizer, so that when he feed water enters the holler, it is at an average temperature of 270 de- grees, so the heat required to bring t to the steam stage, or 360 de- grees, is very small. For every ten iegrees increase in the temperature of the feed water, the coal consump- :ion is reduced 1 per cent., therefore Jr. Reid has reduced the coal cost ahout 1! per cent, by the installa- tion of ths economizing devices. In addition to this, the live steam is thoroughly dried, so that it can be carried a'greater distance without loss of pressure and temperature through radiation. .The amount of electricity generated at the local powef plant during the first six months of the was kilowatt hours. The total amount of water pumped was Imperial gallons; gallons of this were pumped by steam and gallons by electricity. The coal consumed for punip.ing dur- ing the six months was pounds, the average per kilowatt hour being 5.2 pounds The feed water evaporated aggre- gated pounds, the aver- age evaporated per pound of coal be- ing 6.18 pounds. The total cost for coal for. pumping and electricity dur- ing the six months ..was and the total power hKisii cost, in- cluding wages, fuel, water, oil and waste, expense, and repairs to the buildings, electrical and during each kilot- watt hour of electricity produced is as follows January, 1.02B7 cents; February, .8295. cents; March, .9230 cents; April, 1.1939 cents'; May; 1.- G154 cents; June, 1.2923 cents: The total cost for the six months; includ- ing everything, was ;the costliest month being May, when 453.96 was required, and the lowest being' April, .when it cost to operate the plant. Mr. Reid has not yet completed report on receipts, so that the profits cannot be given. SCRAP OVER POSTAL RATES ON MAGAZINES STILL ON IN ENGLAND 'London, July "reprp; sentations are being made to Post- master-General Hobhouse' on the sub- ject of'the Canadian magazine'postal rate, but there is little hope that Mr. Hobhouse will accent the proposed terms. Mr. Hobhouse still believes that the proposed scale, while reliev- ing the community as a whole from the expense in transmission of this class of mail matter, will not press unduly on senders of packets by mag- azine post, and 'will ln.no way ham- per the spread of Imperial sentiment in the Dominion; for which the post Instituted. Practice True Economy Bay BLUE TM Ton get more tea for .your money and ii quality delight you by ifs. i.ex thli Advertisement with 25 centt to Blut Rlbpon, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The pest cook book Ur UM In Canada. Write ana iddrju TOO HOT TO COOK MEAT WHY DO IT? Cooking meat in this heat is exhausting work. Take a rest by giving us an order for the Swift Canadian Company's Veal Loaf Jellied Tongue Boiled Ham Dried Beef Cooked Corned Beef These meats are the highest made under conditions as sanitary as the cleanest home kitchen, and will tempt the summer appetite, besides doing away with some of those dreaded hot hours in the kitchen. We handle all goods manufactured by the Swift Canadian Co. OUR NEW COLD STORAGE PLANT ASSURES YOU ABSOLUTELY JFRESH MEATS POULTRY ALWAYS DELANYS LIMITED Phone 452 A PREtt DESK fluences, though latent in childhood, developed Jnnd intensified until 'he 'bloomed" into a sullen, melancholy mari, whose picture and name were oon known'to polico throughout the country. man the life of au irradcent girl the.aeed 'wo- man said today. will judge his but the wdrla will Know the story of Laurence Robinson, who mur- yet is innocent I am his mother." _'< Grey Haired Mother Will Plead for Boy Who Killed Man Washington Coiirinpiise, Ohio, .July an innate-'force, a prenatal desire to disregard -Uie sanctity of hu- man life, was behind the hand of Laurence Robinson, murderer. of a Boston police inspector in that city, will be the plea made when Robinson faces trial there Boon. Robinson will liave ;one witness, hie gray-haired mother. She -Will bare her life for her boy. She will admit be "was a desperado, hut she will tell the court that murder was born in that boy's heart long before lie saw the Hsht, and she will ask. all the blame. Fondled a Revolver Months of mental agony before her boy's birth; how she fondled a mur- derous revolver during weeks of hys- teria; prayed God for the life of the author of her sorrows, and-craftily planned to slay _ the' cue 'responsible for her child without a name, will enter Into the strange plea. The now aged woniftii plans to tell how she pillowed her boy's head af- ter birth against a heart that throbbed with hate and revenge, and .how the in- AERIAL TRAMWAY OVER WHIRLPOOL AT NIAGARA FALLS A car twice Iho size of ono ihown in Bio photograph will span the 'or 1180 feet over the whirlpool rapids, below the Falls. The illustra- tion shows tlyi car In opoiMiUou in tut, iiitestlan, Spain, transporting uassen- Mount MOBS FIGHT IN RUSSIAN CAPITAL -St. Petersburg, Juiy cars were demolished by strikers when an attempt was made to resume; street car traffic. Cossacks. were merciless In their attack on strikers. .Every hospital is overflowing with strikers Deaten insensible by Cossacks. Six are known to Jiave'heen killed and many more may die from, injuries. ARSONETTES BUSY England, July "arson squad" of militant suffragettes set fire to and destroyed a, large un- occupied mansion in this district day. BUBONIC PLAGUE CLAIMS FOURTH AT NEW ORLEANS New Orleans, la.; July piague claimed its fourth death victim, here today. Early Morning G7 YOU will find your washing finished your work will become far easier by using Sunlight Soap, for it cleanses and purifies clothes more quickly and thoroughly than ordinary soap. Sunlight is the most efficient Laundry Soap sold on the Canadian market is pure beyond compare. You try Sunlight Soap according to directions, and you'll see the early moming sunlight shining on a line of the whitest clothes that ever spoke of housewife's pride. Sunlight Soap Sc. It's kind lo the Follow dircfltioni. Sold at all grbeun; A gnuitmte there U not a piliicle of grfullcnM or impurity lu Sunlight Siip. 5c ;