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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGB PMJt HERALD ffilBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 year, by 6 months, by S nxmiht, by mail 1 month, by mall Store: J. .O.'Rbb- t Co.; Co.; Alexandra Hotel; ile's Drui Staff. Kenny Hotel S.1.50 I World Newt Co.; Shop, Street 70S River Avenue. AT CltyT'-l'rt MtdlclJw Hit AMlniboii HoteL D. Ferjufoa. Mur-. Co.; Cranbrook Book News HoleL News Agency. Book ar.4 Newi Store, Ave. Wort; World News Co. Mncher'SUUe.K Kdw J KnoV Plneht'r Mitchell Brut St World Cirmm SOUTHERN ALBERTA CROPS AS TO WATER lOTUS WHILE THE posed to the substituting of a system of water metres for the present system of charging for water, we believe the..city council should be in a position to show thatihe change is not going ta'wult in increased to the consumer nor in restrict- ing the use of wattr for. the purpose of Is there a cilv in Canada using the juetre'systemr- Ii does it work? Are ibe pcopH Is Ihe cost reasonable, and can a .man on salan-Tiise water" tlve health and cleanliness of his The Herald submits iliat tlwse questions should be answered and complete and satisfactory information given the sufficient 'he word'of was in engineer who assured lift ratepayers, that the- present "system" would serve n city twice tlie size of Lelh- bridce It was an engineer who assured the people that tlw pres- ent system would be abundantly ample and eminently efficient. All tie people had1 to do'was to pay the bill and satisfaction was guaranteed The people paid or ire paying the bill and now they fre that the intake is defective, the filtration plant no Ihe pressure deficient: The people' tookthewordI ofan Sneer for it then, and today feel that promises have not .been, fulfilled. For this reason there should be. satiifving character supplied before, the metre system is installed. Is it designed to be.ibenefit, or isit mcjely a game tlie people from using a sufficient amount of. water purposes to which, the can'be shown that there-will he benefit accrue.- On the very of to fact lhar.neires are suggested as an offset to a deficient water supple the ratepayers to read the. motive, uaccsiiu's the change.1 judged-from the motive lor m- talling th'em less water consumer I n-eans that every time a man washes.his.hands he 11 5upplv because there is a metre staring him. in the nu he indicator moves it 1m t_ rrUrt.t IllP T Dill- l( MdiRGAN BUST AND ITS' DESIGNER A MEMBER'of the HeraW staff is engaged this yu-ik visiting a Jvarious poinU making the.crop situatio? tte be made Worm aUon and giv i-rtrlj n, r-on-rthm tan .hh tan. Tlrrv an: o IhP nw hrnHi ime indicator m and pay for the civic They havethe right to 6f them at the lowest possible cost, and it Ihe .i-ii'iA-dinn. iliat anv chances niade v-X'HI s 0 s" and hi. tine of KUlpture, executed for the Italian. icWS'of AKoli, at the expenK of the Itallin colony In New York. The Ital- ian, we're great sdmiren of the dead Pierport Mor8an. duty of the council td'show that.any changes ntac interfere with-tha't pnvileger The great trouble of officials to forget that the people own and pay.for.the plans. OnCvTater mite proposal the people should-assume the atU- tude of tlie man from Missouri. For the ninth r.oa- .b-.-l 'ho some and 'llnJ IT bis been transferred to this .._ transfer wiil few Somebody, m -his n other day. When hefouyid the trick out it's. a. safebet exploded.' The boinb didn't. r If-Lethbridii-wiU foster the small indusjriajifirms-springing 'lM-l! Is liM- UMMMU .___....... have r iBunato not a 1 ihose sectioos of.- the the, musa.' In-ilw. nubUc.Vlt is also p to S..iL! under "anil nchrr romili> tlir. .......TUN that i lo i-iiu yjii.i Ihr. rvlf.ii TtKn- risiiift in if solved; .will i" -nilL 1. ,1 i Our cellar was dry becaus_ ._._----- eiciped in tbe sewer.- Tbls happened and-'frua kuo-WB but lat'the.Earae 'thing continues oi'toit much'ot, i o mtKb. to piirap i "i ewer, to tbe river :i JlK'Editor, 1 o'aiVrU our mayor and'alder i1 "metflrs A'BUNGALOW IN THE AIR' A Chicago arcbitect nas built tbat is prob- abbv ihe quear'est i Ipcated Plerpont 'Slorgan. __.'that Ttia nave'hp inpney-.tb speuu.on tlotf people; must .ud the people must take'-R-bat boise! pleaie to'iiie them b-drlnk, let It bo btiotinj yfth" sewage and Kill .'the "toilers of Lethbrldse wake npt' :.akc Sbore drive, i above.the i is a -V.'uUnent .'bouse. i j aid in'makinc asant. The bungalow jib lit -cement, vitt. Winf vhntterf tli ihuttera Frs'nc'fi" and has ten located biluslrade; or clcs were; delivered, and my. friend making Inquiries In the.mutter, hoard the end of the_aifalr.-froia the. optic- Ian. Pierpont Morgan re'turned to the shop] and speaking' mcro "effuslvelj- than on the first occasion said: s "Thoso spectacles vi'ere Vcrjr. good- very "1 int some more my'.'specs'.-after a ies: Let (pausing and umus down at h> ivaistcoat aj If to I've eleven eleven. Better make a'dozen pairs." So a dozen.tortolEe-. Ehcll-rl tacies I aire, n- ,1110 '-'I i. "e." them, i YoutE truly. TOILBH- cor'nlcVrpjind buUdlnij-has'been Juried into a jar peculiar-feature of.tbe bttDgalDir.-lB .tbVt it.bas.'np thougi''1'' means surer 'fhe--To.ronto'Siar.asiai.what girls coats. thi'-weiiring of'this-garment'is !K'. exceriUon rather -The Toronto Star i- 'Jf -V ivp.. j REFUGE Rcfiige ciyes-S-e..'now'-belng pro- po'ed'ai'a ineara of saving lUe-in waf mines.'-The loMiai.e in each'.'mrae more'.caves dug out -r I- i! I :1 IB weH-as'yfntof for it irp that.fl.teVoV.Eipsciulloes are'selflom seen '-J; V Btory'of "the-.late Mr.-.plernpnt scale of his -i- .-i, in; a, ixindon optic Fhbp'.wheii.anolrier customer en t :......JWAk'CLOtJpS; ,_ -THAT'tfcere ota European 1'OTows more annarent even div miiiroovefthe' Ba'Uum.fnicMl'grows more apparent every v If-tbere wi to be> geierU melee it.would have started ,bc fore Grial the -past over much les? than over the Balkan fuss, and ii the best promise .0 future peace. "'that 'at .on ratber One'after one the Cities are. closing down the works. until more "'A.iot niore tc'thbridgc will ie.a'rn .the lesson tliat a hird in thehaiul i% _.... twoiii the bushrand money .to" pay.for the job is thirig-to before-the job is started.-' l" i _, The caves woiild ;serve 'under similar -V _. aga being .circulated. intention of hatp adverlismg ten thojis-. heinlentonpf. afid will b> men'yho have been stuck and tne 444 willI be women -i'.. it.- cpnnection with war The men.to the altar obtained .-The problem.cpn- i fronting goyernmanii inai. and moving vast armiH.in of which'-the Balkan; blamed, a genertl conflict 'shoald.ensue. -.War is maintained it the of hjindrcds'of millions, it'} .highly infiiroixibk if any of poweni are in a position t( t tush int? a conflict which, if it broke put, would stagger the worl water ntleri golas to ln the iott of to the toller he coimcll had You alfo'iay. "W people. Srit- To ot tbe I.wy itar, beat, am toller and toil harder tban 62 weeks I the s-eir.' I-nare nearly'our DM; every minute tte city ioolt a.lltllt tetter.for. rar having lived is li' at nncb time a foot money, (60. apd what Is years afoi were <15, will B'.'-NOH L I.-iASCH 0. R. TINNINO. A. II KINO. mount to ?40 or more for the', property, only It has a different ap- learance. That Is Just vtat a gets for working hard property. The "city- will you ?ay foi your palna. Tlie'C, ft lie millions, and othe? bit-companies tfiust havo water, light, and. low coat. JJcbody" aefeat W- know what these 'things Ao cost. know, through the WDM ot then nay for It; Our the .city hail seem Hi .Very tinan- imonc'tn their verdict :that would leltle the time, bid they ever itoji to at to the water that the old wooden la different parls .dfrtj; Tw years ray cellar-VM- My wife and" myself ol of.water oaf of.lkV After, while .the sewef Oceans of Offer, "yeCrseipliTience in Mending In "Flqr Vde svyeel, flavor of .Ihe choicest C'-an "-t of the heavy, V' li A to Plefse The' "It deligMroilr nild, yetsitisfying fine j MI flavW will certainlrappejljto ;