Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD JULY 27, Accept New Rale Sdiedule; Rate Boost Bound to Come VANCOUVER, July v The Canaaian National lines mil accept ule of wage increases for-railwaymeiugi-antecl by the Chicago board, Hon. J. D. Reid, minister of railways, t formally aonponced at the banquet given in his hon- or this afternoon. This will mean an increase in operating costs, he said, of-from forty-seven to seventy million dol- lars, which-must be met by increasing-passenger-and freight rate's. If the Canadian Pacific railway accepts the award, he said, it would mean paying no dividends to shareholders until conditions were adjusted. The Canadian National lines, declared Mr. Reid, allthe work in Vancouver specified jn the 1913 agreement, with the exception of the con- struction of: a million dollar hotel and a tunnel under False creefe This means going ahead with a big reclamation scheme, costing a million and a half dollars and_con- 1 struction of'additional wharf facilities for the propos- ed trans-Pacific mercantile marine.steamship service. To Heat Houses By Efectricity At Month; City Is Investigating Instal Invention in prdinary Furnace arid Zero Fuel Bills Will Vanish Jnlr Is suBcleat power kvallable from the Winnipeg river to leal in Winnipeg 24 hours if KB temperature re- mainsKl 40 for entire year. is tbe jUUmsiit of Protesscr J. W.'Porwy. ot thia cltj, !whOKe Bcheme be sayB, he coulfl heat electrically In Wiu pipes'al Ss mffnth, is to be-IiiTestl by city Details ol Professor Dorsey'i plan arc not rereale'S." lU pointed out in an interview tbll ullliiatior. of hla secret would save minions'of dollars eath year on the importation ol coal and in fuel heating ques- he the most Iraport- s'H industrial proWcai'thal races Can- ada, rartlcularlv-: as It-affects vciopnient and eiploilatlon ot the imrthtirn area ol. this country. H is to take every advantage In the. efficient lUtljzatiqn of elecjricity." Professor Dqrsey .s'a'.ci that h'la plan TuesdayRaceTold; By Bulletins At 5 p-m. Retohite had ploked up i better breeze and was speed- fno. for'the mirk 1 f-2 ahead: dropping behind. Resolute rounds outer mirk. .Shamrock WM half a mile astern when Resolute rounded the mark. nh) not I owei rate. lre tho would indicate that hr believes heJias reacted .an elec- tric beating syitem., which is more The elapcei time on the first leg was: Retoiute Sham- rock it agriculture. Tbe crop system was loomed, Dr. Tolmle and allied arming with nock raiaing a> its basis I waTe Is An aged man wbfch further tbe case. i The funeral of the late 1'OM'eil ho. died after a long 111- jyces Friday will be -held at -2 o'clock.' llijncii .1. W. Kvans of the .Raymond-'second- ward.' officiate. .A of of the two' Ij.D.S.' choirs, un- the direction "of Charlet Strong, will furnish the music. The funeral delayed linlll the of a son, Oeorgc, from Ulab...... The. Year.'Book "Kanada" ,of .the Knight Academy Just Issued Is a hand Koine numher printed, on good paper .ami elegantly' .boun'd. The rea'dlrtg iriatfer la Hrtisllcally displayed and Is full of crisp, snappy school Inform lion The aptlyffifes of K.A., logether w'llh sidelight's on simlenfs and faculty are al! well covered, Miss Florellc was And Paul TJnhl, business Tnanager, AltogetQer Ihe book, tho .first iasrucd In the bls- lory of tie school, Is a creditable work every detail! ReBolutft gybed over anrl avray seaward when she was off With 'two hgura to go. ihs defender waa making a fighl to libtive within the. lime limit. aboiit a-Tnitn he- hind. Resolute thn defender -mllen from the finish mark. AL with aim holding, it looked like a raio of He-solute against time, with Ihe chances, in fav- or of the yacht MUST GET BETTER -FARM ING; METHODS DECLARES TOLMJK PHOENIX WED. AND -THURSDAY Torn Moore IHE CM DF COMES OTTAWA, Jnly of the numertjny forms and other documents necessitated by the new Franchise" Act li n. for the by-election mar he expected shortly. It Is the inleJtion of the government to bold the elerticm .is, early possible. It ia now estimated, will of.necessity elapse .after the issue of the writs be- fore thp election: fan actually'be field1.; The delay Is required tor the prepar-' ations of tbe list, appointment or clep-; titjr location of' stations, and tbe giving of ttie, requisite days of notice as" required! under the WANT TO KNOW HOW "i SHORTER HOURS ARE i AFFECTING THE OUTPUT, WINNIPEG. July Manitoba Joint council intlirslry will be ask- ed by the industrial economics mm- if to draw up a "comnarjitive stiUomenl, show- ing the output by under exlsl- "ng hours of lalnir us cdinparcrl lo prevailing conditions, prior to the! RKOIN'A, July before the Canadian club here today Dr. Tolmie, Dominion minister of agricul- ture, declared, tbat or one. fourth of Canada's national dobl could be added, annually to the wealth of the country hy the adoption of more intelligent and enterprising methods war. Thf: committee iTiffirnuiJi'nl on the effort n shnrlxr work- Ing rtny on (lie effiflMHy jind imlput' of highly skillet! workers. l! Sec the Picture I "Romance of Lethbriclge" WEST ZORRA HENS MUST BE ON JOS OR OUT THEY 00 .WOODSTOCK. July the purpose ol Increasing egg pro- duction hy climknaHpQ the non- layers In'the hco-cull- Tng campaign In Ihe township 6f West Zorra will begin Monday under the auspicts of the Maple Leaf U.F.O. Club, In co-operation with the Embro and BrooktidaFc egg circles. Tht campaign last a week and will be fn the hands of focal men in the vicinity of Embro, under the of Prof. Graham of Guclph and District Representative 0, R. Green of this city. Forborne lime this hcn-culling'business has been going on In the United States, but never before In the Dominion of Canada has It been tried on a township basis, and the ultimate results are awalled with much interest Last Time Tonight EVELYN GREELEY "BRINGING UP BETTY" And Comedy "BROKEN WEDDING BELLS" "ELMO JHE FEARLESS" HERE AT PLAYING PLAYING 40c; Children Eo 50c; Children 10c in "Eyes of louth" Lavishly Gowned and With a Remarkable si Crackerjack Comedy "Moving Day" in Two Screaming Acts, ___.