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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LK HERALD IIAUKV FLAGGED WITH il XOTK JUNE 1917 Aoliassador Boris iiakhmelief head of the Russian mission in a statement to the American Onlv tory ho can a stable world pence and the fruits of the Russian revolution be The Russian people thoroughly un defsland and are fully iho ambassador that it is Eolulely necessary to root out autocratic principles underlie aid are represented bv German mili tarism which threatens the the freedom and happiness of the SUICIDED TO FREE June free his Harry ot 60 Hallel an invalid for shot himself at Los He was 35 years i He shot himselfrather than have bis wife seek the divorce he said In a letter which he accord inj to a Angeles CONTINUED rfou Fro XT m Tb e pic lure ihows the famous comedian who n he nr ih butt flagged in london on one ot the numerous Flag Tho it distinguishable in tie picture hut the photographer vouches for The delivered President Marnocli appearsin anolher this Bowling ot Ihe Domlukm Geological1 spoke nextHo Is the man who went work wheu the Leihbrldeo Hoard oI Trade set out to help solve the diffi culty of tho farmers in connection wllh farm water Through his efforts tho government Is gather ing all tho information availabieon well water supplies In Southern Al and also have two drilling rles busv east ot the city endeavoring to csrfy out alul wlh The southeastern part of tho province has been found to bo under laid with underground water supplied over a great area which when result In artcslaii area Is being and special attention Is now being paid to reducing the cost ot drilling to bring it within Ihe aver age to drill a depth of 700 or SCO feet ct whtih depth the ler may bo Dowllngrit who put forth the sugecsllon that f every well driller should bo forced to submit a log of each well ho drills In order that all Information may be gathered together and made available for tho Dowlings ad dress in full will appear Other papers given this morning were by commissioner ot irrigation for Ihe who spoke on the prospect for water supply by percolation from irrigalion and by A chief gtneer of the department of natural resources who spoke on gen eral Information relative to water sup ply for the farm and for rural com Those present al Ihe conference this m BIG SATTOAY SPECIALS MEATS at DELANYS MEAT if 1 note is nol CONVINCING VALUES morning were Nice Juicy Tender POT Fine QuaUty PORK BUTTER Top Quality Creamery Butter Dairy Ik THE PRICES CANNOT 15E BEATEN ANYWHERE IN THE CITY AND THE QUALITY ONLY We also have a fine line of Cooked Meats JUST THE THING HOT m Fine GROCERIES For the Econom ical Housekeeper Who WantiTthe Best Groceries I at market f Juicy 40e per Grape 2 for per New Carroty New New New Potatoes at lowest Market each 25C 2 Hot House 35c per Z5c Hud 2 for 25o New Cabbige per 5 for 25c Radishes and Green 3 2 lor 25c 3 25c Deep 2 tins Dutch Tea per fruit per 40c Our Ideal blend brand of Finest Java A de llclous coffee of excellent qual Ground or 60c Campbells and Van Camps to ox 2 tins for 35c Liquid Veneer and OCedar 2Sc and 50c Maple New seasons Pride Canada and Pint each Quait Quart 65c Half gallon 25 plain or stuffed 18c and SOc Gold Bar 11 JSc California In Tomato 2 tins 2 Special this 3 tins for 50c Infants Delight this 2 boxes 55c Delicious Pork Pies 5c Each King 2 tins 45c Herrlnjs tn Tomato 2 35c Finest sliced Haw tin 2Cc Goodwillies In 3Se Corn 3 25c Shredded Wheat 15c Cocoanutf Per SOc Kerrs A blend of choice Exceptional mer it and fine drinking Per Pound 43c Grape Welchs 90s Loganberry 35c 50c bottle 55c Ginger per4 bottle 35c per 15c Dates per 20c Oatmeai per 40c Aberncthy McVltie On sale this Per 45c Arrowroot and Social per 30c 1 Jars SOc Fig and 35c the gravy 15c Whole Tobasco Brand for 20c Rooked Meats Veal per SOc Meat Ib 30c Sliced per Boiled per Ib Spc Road Pork with 50c Dairy Ib 40c per tin White Shoe 15c White Shoe Dressing Piste 10e California Ripe Olives In glass each Worcntenhlrt Hoi brooks English 35c 2 tins for 35c Robin Hood Porridge per 2Se Bensderps and Van Hou SOc George in the 76c and Llbbys Sweet Mixed per 30c Cooklnj 2 for 25c per SOc Aunt Jemlnaj per 20c Cheese Genuine Wisconsin brick per 46c McLarens 35c 4So WHERE ARE SOAP PRICES GOING TO STOP From one of the largest whole sale Grocery Houses au thority reportsi to us expect to see icmtWd It the retail trade at to When you stop lo ttiat soap Is more than harf Ujlew and that tallow ttstjng the soap makers double the price per pound that wrapped soap Is sflllnj you must realize thii toap hai still to acrvance to double Ottawa dltawa John Calgary Win nipeg Cal gary Sutfield illlk HIver Arthur Ottawa Calgary Monarch Pearce City Cal gary Calgary Calgary San Calsarv Stecdv Cal Macleod Macleod Bertram Calgary Arthur Nobleford Nobleford South Nobleford Taber Geo Craig Edmonton Ed monton Fanners Advo Howes Unlver Edmonton Cal gary Barnwell Law rence DarnweH WesfLelbbrldge dale Coaldale P i Com Saskatchewan Pearson Iron Springs Coalhurst J Sundial Those In attendance from Lelhbridg were Mayor Albert Free i Shepten N Dun H Inrin Watmbugh Trach Robert Craw John Murrays Report The following is a letter received by the Board ot Trade from Saskatchewan which when tapi who was invited lo attend the confer dance encc on water supply t The question of is a matter of vital Importancelo Western I regret will be Im for roe to be present at your meeting on the am pending you a copy of the report presented to IheAdvisory Council for Scienlific and Industrial At Ihe first this council this matter was brought up and at the second meeting in January of this year a committee con sisting of geology and dean faculty applied McGill university an engineer of nd myself The report of Ihe com mltlee is We made very careful enquiries as o the possfbiilly of securing an ade uate supply of artesian waler for Ihe We got very valuable tn ormallori from a numberof possibly most came roro I has iromlsed to be present at your con and givea The conclusions our invcsllga ions wero except tor consid erable district In Southern Impossible lo secure from arte slon waler for a large terri ory in the It Is also pos sible lhat the district along the rail Cookert Roast a ml Dressing Roast Loins Corned Beef Luncheon Loaf Bologna Ashliinil Cooked Siiccialty Lher Sausage Pies Potato Salad Weincrs MEAT PHONE 452 SPECIAL ApTO SERVICE TOANY PART OF THE CITY Iveihbridge leading Butcher Todays Prices Royal Crown en Per ease 4 Case pels Cake 10 cakes for 106 cakes for ZSc t KERR 1 Phones 1453 and 1365 lake and Long lake in Saskatchewan there Is an underground channel which when tapped yields an abun The advisory council haft in mind at the beginning of this Investigation an extensive planof making available waler for the west by arlesian The geological evidence did not war rant an alterant to develop tills consequently the most practical Ihlng lo do now is to develop supplies of surface water locally and lo make as available as for Ihe Immedi ate all local If it is possible for us lo do any Ihingfor you in Ihis matter It will give very grcnl pleasure lo lake it up wllh Ihe advisory 1 regret lhat some very ImportSnt meet ings universityhero prevents mo from attending your conference I wish you Ihe greatest to the Honoiary Advisors Council for Scientific and Industria Research by the commitlee on under ground The committee con slsts of ilos and The after a thorougl discussion of the question with Prln clpal Murray depui minister of mines o Ihe department of mines Drake of tho Irrigation brunchof the de ways from lo Kdmonton mightyield Ifficully the dime erics seems lobe cut faults his Further to the the elalively narrow sliiir of bor erlng the which potable vatcr may be found wherever deep wells have been as for Inslance it Wtlcpx or Moose hese have yielded salt The only places wheraKOOd ar water lias been found is In an area in the southern portion of Al north of the 5111k foremost flowing artesian wells have alreadybeen bored In Ihts the geological survey of Canada Isputtlng ildwn olhcrsat Ihe present Tlisse waters which rise fromborlngs througlrthc superficial in parla of Ihe castcrtj of theso waters isi irregular confignratlon of Ihe Tho coursefollowed by these under ground waters Is very am It Is thus Impossibleat the present time lo predict where suctr supplies of waler may be obtained hy boring HcConnSlI slaled that he wll undertake lo have an cxaminalfon p one area In on the casl carefully mapned the coming with view to asfertalnlng whelhcrIt will be predict parlment of tho anil B Of water nt any partlcularnqlnl from 313 Fifth Street of the water of the department ol Ihe de sires to submit the following slalo mcnt There seems to be little chance of securing waterfrom the easlern slopes of thu foothills of the liocky mountains because Ihe strata of the easlcrn slopes of pilch flown very steeply and are faulted off along the margin of the plains and parallel to Iho fa ell ot Ihe in the dlslrict a short distance to cast the borings havebeen cither salt water or has been it may a por llori of water whlcli faila on the crest water from an earlier period and until I of the Hclly river lhat slralum Is pierced It will be Imlirom Kerrobert W pass underiround to ho of Ihis anti cline bo obtained byboring In the area bordering this side of the anticline In Wcls along this ulslrlct have nol as yet beei even If waler Is II probably will not ho found over n of country and will he o I arlcslan y BCems to bo Ihis The slrala underlying Wcslcrn Canada are badly brokin add folrled at the foothills of the Rocky so that all water from the moun tains follows Ihe cracks of these strata lo the sources the rivers of Ihe It appears that deep borings reach salt This Is said to be due to the fact thai the underlying stratum at the eastern boundary near sons bay than It in Iho Hud a saucer It holds wilhln It Iho salt possible lo secure impossible bring th6 underlying water up through the salt conclusion that we aifie o was that lerritriry rrrasl depend upon surfaceaccumulations for Us water These accumu lalions In lakes of geological covering Ihe nreas Apart from lriiearteslkn t may be noted thafetlieTeatcmany prings which llie ed sucli ns hlljs ind jnolinfaMisy merely surface dpfii from higher L V doctf not tllnk It ndvlsablb for ell lo fake any furiSej actJon resent lime wllh reference 10 So sc yirlng of nrlcshn on Hie ern A further may bewarranted when the officers of the zertloglpal siirvey have completed their oxarhlnntlon df tho area o whlcli hoa been Ihcm may be carried under relatively litlle value seeing lhat this a nhorl distance And by lapping Ihese underground channels rfirfaln may For clample between QuU tract of country Is already fairly we supplied with To the wesl o Ihli flnlfclino It Is nol likely lha June The second meeting of the board of grain suiier vlsors of Canada and the firsl lo which the public held i this morning at thegrain The attendance of grain men was very The meeting was called for the pur pose of securing from the trade ex pression of opinion as how tlio could best Iw con ducted underwar sec mainly for IhebehefH of tho members of the commission from tho are not familiar wllh the orieralbrs grain and repre sentatives of arid line houses were hearti and promised lo cooperalo In every wilh Ihe objects of tho demanded security Few suggestions as to price reeulallons wcrQ Rathwell v iobcrt Bvans and Fowler were unions Ihose who addressed the Host reprcscnled Iho BrotlierliOojl jt Engineers and Fire wonted lo know how much t cnsl Iho public for oil tills oiling of grain aiid It tho business bo carried on between tho producer nnd manufacturer wllh Icsn walvf can be seeing lhat the lers BIG RED CflOSS CAMPAIGN Cross campaign section of tho country tpiiay entered jfoa Iho Ihfrd day of the weeks Inlfnsjo can vass 16 for the wn with more than a llilrd of lha of aboiil In pfcdgcs repotted to nstlonil lieauii cxponslvc and elaborate mac v V of Iho grnln cxchnnfso ho Bland lhal il fmpoaslhle lo conduct Ihe Iradc properly In any olh Cr It is bolng conducted nt ;