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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I -liuui 27, T1IK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IP 1ECEPTION FOR THE BRITISH MANUFACTURERS m I 4 I Gas Demonstration Will be one of the Leading Features i jnugono Cento piesident of the Ca toad a -Won torn Natural Gas Co.. Is e.x- imtted to uihe In'the citj Joi the pui pose of testing out the pipe lino from thu river to, the 'wells at mid tomorrow night or ncou-le of-Lethbritige may. exjKict- to-see out [Diamond .-CRy which will attract eotnc interest Plm Uoiird of 'I mde has .it tempting- provide a novel feature ,tor the oiitertuimnent of the British manufacturers' uni-ty, who will 'visit -on- the forenoon- of .July 10. Mr: has been wiHten .tbklng if ho ;jjive a demonstration during the visit 'of -similar :to that which be witnessed when the pipe line ih tested out this He the IBoaid Lhib moinnig that ho would be ;to do thrs and asked that ti xangoments be i made "ftSth All Cojjte. liia here tonioirow ..Other'fti'.i'iiiigemeuls 'for'the enter itainment of the party are also under jfway. They1 will-arrive'here at five on the morning; of' July 10, coming from the west. They will r main In the city until noon on ,Ui same dwy, when they will nroccet OUSl. It la ithe liUeniloinof the Board to send someone- to meet the jparty be tore they arrive In the city, and e will bo supplied with a badge The badges arc in different colors, ac tending 'to the lino of business in which are interested, and ;on their arrival here they -will be greet- ed by the of the Board "Who will, be tagged in a' like manner, that, the visitors will .know to .whom ;to go for iul'onnalion. Three automobile, parties have al; so been arranged, to1 three dif- ferent trips. The .first .trip will be across the river to the. Lethbridge Collieries, the Chinook Collieries, the Diamond City mines there, ivihtie machinery erf Biitish mamifat !tuie IB used The second party will go to the power house, ir- rigated farms in the district, and then over io the 'mines on this side of rlvgr: while the 'third party will Ueit piperlmental farm. No 0 mlnet the Royal Collleriefat iiiid otto er points of. interest. Then If the plan to "have a gas de nionstiatioii is successful all nill congregate in some spot where it can he ease. de- tails will be planned later. w mm TO 1 BE DEPORTED tiayir'hfird, without the option -bf-a fine, was'the punishment meted oiit to ifc'red Austrian, late of la the pc1 ce CGJ t morn iing was up on j. charge of The evidence for pio- seculioB. went to shou that he had ,heen frequenting houses in the red district since hts arrhal here1 vpver a week and that his wife -Vas au inmate o-f the houses, Shender living ptf the avails of her cill life In. handing: sentence Magis handed out some warm dduce dfeout men Mho pJaojHl 'then in envhonnisnts and their -ill -gotten gains to support He will re poil the circumstances to the Immi gration department and endeavor to have deported at the expira tion of his jairtenn Mrs.' of1 No.; 3.''who" took Annie Uudak to task for dancing too long with' her husband laat Friday evening pleaded guiltj ind was tmed one dollar and fhe costs of the court SHOT AT A WEDDING Regina, June 2G.-r-Charles WiW, of was brought to the hospital jsulfering fiom i bullet wound shoulder icceived as a result of a shooting at a wedding there yes terday.'morning. He will recoyei MAKING TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS FOR ALBERTA IRRIGATION PROJECT Aialitant Engineer, Southern Alberta Land Co., Lid., Medicine Hit, Al berta, In Engineering Percy "Sehutte. The tratUt, of the South- ern Alberta Land Co., Ltd., liuy be- tween Calgary and Medicine Hat and is adjacent to and south of the great tract of the' Canadian Pacific railway. For the most part Jt consists of rolling; but the rivers are from 200 to1 300 -feet 'below the'bench lands and, are bounded '.'on either side by steep- banks, interrupt- ed wile or two-of river flats. Tho tract into three districts; that lying to the im- mediate west of Wie Bow .river, that lying lp the immediate cast of the river, and that surrounding-the com- pany's townsite ol Su.THild. To irri- gate these lands the'-ooinpuny is tak-, ing-water .from1 the -Bow river, at point about 1 miles below tialgai and bringing ft'120'miles'by meansrq ditches, .flumes and inverted siphon's In addition to this area there is'thi tract of' Hand con talning .acres, which is irrigated by the Southern Albert, Ltd., canals. lvhe extraordinary length of tfie main canal is-dne'to the very easj grade of the BoV rtver.' In. getting away from the river at the intakeV.0 the canal considerable difficulty experienced, and it was finally accpra plished b> means of a faOOO ft ci having a maximum depth otjj" feet Topographical surveys of the lands of--the 'two' Alberta comprising together nearly half a-million acres, are lipi being made, irrespective of the possi bility of irrigating the. whole of'them by means of the gravity Is probable that schemes for pump :ng water to the higher levels will be considered.later, when these sur- vejs will invaluable Jin decid ,ng the'feasibility The government surveys? al ready1 divided the'land in A-lberta into townships the townships into sections one mile stjuare. These ines are marked at the north-eaqt and quarter-east corners of every and at. the quarter-north corner of every section which has road allowance to the north of. it, ,T i i In the Highest Degree 'Profitable Some men figure that as the mercury climbs up sajes will fall down. And.figttring fate is kind and does not disappoint them. So there has grown up a commercial supersti- tion that Sunnier is a duJl season. i No rgreater fallacy has ever gone so long un- challenged. Summer -is a dull season for many lines but there is no fundamental reason why it should For take a typical case that ol the Canadian waUpaper manufacturers. They dished to secure their placing orders from tke.mtMiwrs before the early Fail when Anirriria Hnni ate offered. Through educa- tion by advanced the season start ttw of June, instead of the end of, August, and now beat their foreign .competitors to-the market by nearly three. months. a selling problem that edu- cation by Advertising will solve. Perhaps yUir Summer business needs the tonic of As the mercdry cKmbs up to highest'degree, increase, rather than .slacken, your Advertising aad selling efforts. You will find it the hiyhett dtgnt. mounds by -four s at'tlio-corners of a t square.- allowances, Hti ft. w occur onco every Mniltj from oast west, iiiid' once every'two'miles fro south' to Before1' lli'e! taking'' of 'topograp! >VR'B begun, 'lever-'party obtalnc elevations oil all :lhe' section ai quarter-section '.corners. These o were lefened Io the datu of) the ditch elections HO that every district the circuit amounting more than ft; per mile and'var ing .as -the-square root of the tot allowed, and any err The Instruments sisis of an 18x24-in. board'fitted wit rollers "on which any convenien length of'r paper can be placed, an the usual alida'de -with fixed stadl hairs Stadia rods 15 ft. long and of spe iar! used: 'The gradui it ions for the foot mafks are the cei tres the figures 1, 2, :i, etc., being used for 5, "N fot 9 and X Eo 10 beyoml X, 1 2, 3 etc, are peafed The foot giaudatioh are -designated r'by two tinerpointec in 'th middle only other marks on th rod are line squares' place with horizontal, and arranged on the rod ihat the diag onals are on the.0.3 and 0.7 gradiu tions The vertical1" diagonal is 0. thus leaving between th top of the squaie and the to or bottom ot the figures representiri the fodtmark which is mat] exactly 0.2 Th'e graudatioris'a'r thus 01 apart and ver> plain 0 clear days has been possible get accurate leadings at a distanc of 2800 feet rbflraen are euiplojed fm eac plane table and in countn where 13 not necessaiy1 to read many cal angles the fop'ogi tpher is easil able to keep bbth bj takin readings at in evert 25 feet Readings %re of course, take wherever .in irregularity "in" th round occurs at any state interval but been found i practice that it is generally ueces sary to make i1 reading at least ong ._. 250" feet the. ifrpun has a fairl} uniform slope, if rehaul is, Each party consists of a topogia pher, a recoider two rodmen and teamster The recorder IE -with a stadia' with whlo he obtains the difference in elevatio: when the vertical aiiglp is read t Jiini by the topogi When it i necessary to rao% e. the position a" th' plane table, the rodman sets station ahead in a suitable i >place ani the Bother rodman moves to the oh setup to gne a hackaight The number of stations necessary fo one section is aboult 8, a good daj's work is about 400 acres The scale used on the plane-table nap is I ft which was found to be the smallest scale to which liable topograph; could be taken TJiis scale gives a. .map for each sec- tion which is d. little more than 1 fooi square and makes it possible to plol contours to 1 ft of ft Intervals, as the nature of the ground requires When these held maps are com pleted they are tuiued to the camp draughtsman who putsr tin intfshaptf fur filing The> are then sent to headquarters wbereJ they are {raced It is intention of the compaiiy to provide each purchaser of a piece of land with a blue print map of hib section and to indicate on these maps the way in which the piece ofjund can be Irrigated to the best-advantage. When the topogi aphy each township is completed a map of It on a reduced scale of 1 m.WlOOO ft., !which r is -iisgd for-layirig out ater distnbul ion stem Pinajly maps to i seilt ot 1 ft "bes made of the various districts which ftili be for'a similar pur- pose. Tho estimated coat of' th'e topo graphical survey of the entire tract, including the( landa of -the Alberta 'o. is DIAMOND CITY'S TOWN COUNCIL Diamond City elected its first conn- nil as an incorporated town today by acclamation as follows Laughton. Wyatt, .lohn-Bambl- Ing, Wm. Buxtou, .Walter. Bay kin, "AT- :hur Manning. Joe 'Public. SEIZE VALUABLE SKINS Toronto, June otter and mink Hkhis, worth about lave been by the provincial po- ice near the Stiver. The., manager of the tHudson la'y post" has been charged with hav- tbu fuiB yjejalljjn liis Closes Saturday at 10 p.m. TT1 Don't Miss the Closing Exercises They'll Be Great We mean to make a record-breaking finish by offer- ing the public the greatest money-saving bargains yet heard of in this city. So come along Friday and Sat- urday and get what you require at the smallest cost Ladies' Tweed and Serge Suits and Coats at half the regular prices 135.00 .Suits on. sale at 526.00 .Suits; on sale at 00 Suits on sale at ALL OTHER LINES REDUCED Ladies' Wash Suits :M Half Price WASH-SUITS and tan, blue, or white cotton, poplin, fill or'duck, on sale at only....... All Similar Reductions J30.00 Long Tweed and Serge Coals ou vale at....... Lous CoaU on Sale at on sale at f.15.00 Long.Coats on sale at Ladies' Skirts At Less Than Half 90 ONLY, SKIRTS, made up from all wool Pana- ma, and cloths of superior quality; .made, to sell in Ihe usual at 00, ?7 00 and 1800, CLEARING SALE PRICE, AU Cotton Dress Goods reduced (exceedingly low for Friday and Saturday VOILES, FOULARDS AND DIMITIES pei yard MARQUISETT56, 42 inches iifak) whRe, and pink, Fri. yd: 9Uv KITE FIGURED VESTINGS; worth up to JOc; Friday and Saturday, price A Wonderful Collection Per pair i BUSTER GENT'S suit GENT'S HATS, regular .for BOY'S UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS Each IOC 15c 90c 35c LADIES' GLOVES, Kxtia quality Lisle, 20 Inches long, foi 4OC HAIR SEVEN FOR 40c 26 inches wide, Per yird 70c TABLE LINEN; Friday and Saturday per yai d 10c TCjVELING; Friday and Saturday -y. Per jard.................... 1C 30e Friday and Sat- urday, per PRINTS and GINGHAMS, standard imported goods, per yd, 12k Girl's wJiite and colored Dresses to be cleared out Friday and Sat-, urday aL greatly reduced prices. Too Io write furtlior particulars, but just say that you cannot afford to miss this sale Friday and Saturday. The bargains are real genuine money-baA era, -w come-and get your share- of the good things. The Simpson Co. Ltd. Wilson Forces Decisi ecision (Continucd: from, front Mri. Eager oxpecdincv n all. sides.1 "at the near approach of e struggle for the-nomiiiation. Mrs. aft, oL the Piesident occupied le ,of tfie ,f_ront boxes, Uhe.-giieaUof rs. .Mack, wife of the Democra'tic Na- onal chairman. Temporan Chairman Parker began ounding for order at 12 fO min- es later the delegates listemng the prayer of Rabbi A Suttmiicjier. e pi ayei the convention unged into (f ,South ConteiU E Penn Bubmutlng the mihoritj re irt favoring -the Wilson v.delegates, hon he began to discing the report i MorHs a plea to dele- tes to hem him butfin ami t to another 'demonstration e mentioned the names the lead g ac he to pltin 'the Situation Hfg ten 'to-have Imd-'ari; ef- ct, Although of the-'senator-? "o Caller leg evidence of he- ming'nols> Mr Morris said he wan re the commfttee on cicdonllAls d mlMpyrekeiMlYd [he.facu-iti. tii'c case. He said it wag-ridlculoiiB the committea ahojild ;'take -theVvotei of two separate parti of Claik delegates claim innjori'ty for one of Clark gates the Wilson National committee, he Had thraivn out the Clark claims with scant andt hri said the convention 'would do Ukewiw; -A thrill went through the ;c_rowd as pho set oft flaih Hgh't under ths gallery where Mrs TaEI waa .seated. The'wH'fcr_of the Preai dent'1 seemed much aimpyeyd, A3 the debate on the South Dakota cases continued, Jt'was seen'that the line.between tho Clark'forces oir one and the Bryan-Wilson Torces on other would he severely 'drawn. The vote was impatiently awaited, and after two speeches, cries of "Vote, to rise from the floor, CIRCUS TOMORROW The 101 Ranch Wild West Show will arrive- 'HI Lethbridge at an early hour tomorrow morning: on ita own trains of double-length rarR. While the hour may keep some of the youngsters and their elders in bed, t litre will undoubtedly be the. usual army of s.mall boys on hand 'to watch tlur unloading of the show, in the C P k. yards, and to .wpn- [lermg the inoveuieut of the camp to tlw show at toe Ball Park; will 69 no