Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Herald's Page of- Live Local News DAILY HERALD WKDNKSLUY, Jl'l.Y HO, Local News I Where To Find It I HAGlt 5KVEN May, of Ihe Aerial League of Canada, will make the night frstti Vancouver to Calgary via Lethbrldge on Monday. Au- gust 4th. Ho will leave the eoait riiy nri that day. Open ipace for the landing ha> been arranged In the east tnd of city, a distance beyond where the red line car turns louth on 111 way to the park. The landing place will be lr'dl- ceted by a tauiits which will cauie a rising oolumn of smoke. On landing at Lelhbridge and proceeding to Calgary the aviator will cirry with him Ihe greetings of the maycr of the .to the j mayor of Calgary, copies of the Lethbridge Herald, etc. TENANTS SHOULD REGISTER BEFORE AUGUST 20TH Tenants ihculd keep In mind that they can get their names on the volert list up until the 20th of 'August. All they need to ImmcJIjte ncid of IP meel expeniei in connec- tion with Irrigation development. A number of public ipiriled men. In the city and the 'Lethbrldge Northern diitrlct are letvlng Ihclr own builnef> tomorrow to put on i 'campaign- announcement thould be all that It neceiury to iniure for thtse men a cordial reception. Those WTIO have not been a'iked to nejlect their oWn offalri 'should contribute all the more generously-. 'It their IB any. thing of vital Importance to every citizen .of this district II is irrj- gallon, and those are pushing the" project so splendidly should hgt be hihafcapped for lack of. fundi. Is neetied, and every perton il expected to as- with a similar one for the Board of Trade. A great many have rot as yet paid their fees or made any contribution thl? Only these will be asked by the com- mittee to come across tomorrgw. Everyone living here expects to prosper when Ihe Irrigation Jecl completed, and surely no man or firm In butlnetG Jn Leth- bridge wants to go through "dead head'' on the' proposition. This city should carry on In the abience of the presfdent of the board of trade and by a snug balance In the bank on his return show that his work hae been appre- ciated. If you are a delinquent, why not beat Ihe membere cf the compalgn committee to it, and have a lib- eral contribution in the hands of the secretary before 10 o'clock la Thoro is a that i-vrry in- dividual has his tloubln. Mr. Wilk- iiiF.ou. ol Pituhcr hiis now. al ter a como lo realize that, so far as lie is Loncern cd. there Is too luui-h trutli in Iho saying. It ineaul to him an enforced visit to Irotu I'incher Creek on Sunday, and the being held in duress in Ihe provincial police sta- tion until thifi morning, wheii the ar- rival of ae American official of the American Eipress Co. in Seattle Ml tic Irvine 1 him Jrce without any aspersion on bis '_ character. ,Tbe unpleasant ciperienco which 51r. Wilkinson went tbrough was Ihe Reports Indicate Moisture (Juile Distrihulcd Over lite .South Later reports of the rain show that there wai none al Foremost ant; eatt. Al Bcw liland the showers lasted for eigK hours. There was an hour's good rain at Cardston, ipeaking, Ihere was not much of the r.iln En the south country district. Along the Aldersyde line there was rain lasting in localities from one to four hours. Most of the fell In the diltrict from Taber to Dunmore and around Leth- bridge. There was it good rain at Barons and Macleod. Will Help Feed Shortage CAlXIAHV, July General rains IhurouBbottt the soulhern jcoron of Ihe province yesterday and lasl night indicate that the long drought is brok- en und tbe Eltuation as regards feed shortage ,lor cattle Is rapidly becoming alleviated. result ol mistakes identity. He was I News lo Ill's effect was brought j n i- i from all quarters of liie province ilili taken us Ihe man wauled IIT the 11. b. qbv provincial covcrnmeiiL liollcc from EO tar away Alaska. t gaihonng here to confer At KitbLhican, Alasha. llicrc was em- Uh rant.herfi anj stockmen ai S ployed the AracricaD Kiprcss Co-s this afternoon in the Calgary I office a roan of the name of Patching, Board of Trade rooni'i. I who had defaulted anil was wanted on Among lliose who iliis raont chaige alleged agaiUEt Lin: o( attend, the conference bczzlcniezl. He was supposed lo lie premier L'harjcs Sleivan. GcorBo [making his wav; to Calvary and h'e of llie opposition, and 1 was accordingly trailed there-, ilic pro-] also a large rancher anil cattle owner vincial police In Alberla lieins askcil al Okoloks; Col. XciEon Spencer, mem- I lo walcll for him with a description or ber of the legislature from Medicine llio wanted man supplied them. As il Hut; Provincial TreaFurer (J. 11. Mil- Major Htrdlc .addresecB tlie fol- letter llie citizens or liridge, with his views on the water Dieter question: j ladies and Gfinllcinen; some dillldcnco thit I am butline in on the meter question Bui'1-havo th_e past 'endeavours lo get moters Installed that-may Dot be in Iho [issswslon of. olbcrs and may hayo escaped their Bin! even the i memory of Sbine years ago cou Eumptioy ol water because of dry was a'scrloila matter due to Ilic [act that the inlet was oecom ing inadequate ami It was a question in CpmniitBloner Grace's mind am In Ilia rainil' of Commissioner Reid whether II should be meleM or ri pairsao the inlei. The question wa decided by. the ralo-paycrs asainst tbe ami, instead several Ihonsand rlollar's were epent on the inlol with very IIUjc satlstaclioa to the Mayor, hul seemingly it was the only war out of the lien difficulty, alter llie rate- payers had refuBCd Ihs advice of llio Uo.uiicil. S'oVr we uave aiiotller very djy year anil the fiuutlon became ncule'again (or a .double rcasoa this lime instead ot the'FJjisle.one helorc. This time it is a question of holh Uie adequacy o( Ihe Inlet ;and Ihe adequacy of Iho pumps In the power house lo supply present consumption of waler. II hss liecu sUBgestcd that leaks may lie allosclhcr responsible lor hut in tbc joints alfio of sornc or one ilher pipes. t' Discovering Leaks The Council. carpfully cJnsidcred he ciucstlon pi leaks and Co in mlesi on- er Gracr. finally sot iii touch with a [inn Ihat undertook to discover our leaks al a cost lo us oC per I'tiar over four to'-fivis years. They required that the pipes, as the leaks detected, should ho pul.fri fitrort sliaiiR. This might Ijavp involved man> thousands ol the Conn ____jands cil could not comiurtnd at-lhc lime and for Ihat and another reason i on llie wrong trail. Officer Scwp.rd, rcraedy- jituatiou, I believe wo ol Ibe American Eiprcss Co.. al Spo- j are ia it now. TlltTC Is time kane, who was deputed lo Iracc the wanted mr.u, col wind that sotnc one, answering tbe description had gone lo" Pinclicr Creek. Following up what he thought was a clue, ScwanI came Iho mentioned. It is an admitted fact lliat there arc leaks in our mains. In of Itie fact thai wp have A lol-of wooflen 'mains which have .Iicen 'slreaied lo death by honstlne lor lire pressure up'lo Ihe dais .lhal 'he Citv purchased a II la very our leaks arc seiloin. 11 might he menllonen here by way of tlis aillo-nro was dropped.1 .The olher rcaeon was Ihat it we pill. In tnctcre all over town the leak- age could be determined wilhout [urlh- er cost and save ball the lotal cost ol Ihe meters jvhldi al that lime was Tho same cost apd conji- linns for delecting ieaka' as .existed lieforc wScn meters were asked lor apply novr.. ir Ibe City were fully metercd Ihcy ,-ouiM"