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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AIA THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920 SECOND SECTION lALBEHTA. SECOND SECTION SEVE5T ltl SPEND HALF CURLING 1 LEWMON of 'CoBStnietioa'Make ita small affair and entirely to: the fariuerj jit first aud after" or three years U might tu pbfi3tblo" to again join larger exhi- ho thought. i i This district, outr raises Juil ae good stock as any oilier In- vest, and there should nrt lie any reasons why fall Big Program to Made Am Important Shipping Work Early To Supply. v Close lo half a million dollars will to spjiu by" tho In the brldge division, under Superintendent C. D. MacKintosh. Tho work will con- sist of new siattenB, iuiuroveincnia to grades, four steel bridges, a business track at JJroxbum, new stockyards, a new mechanical' coaling plant. All will bo done- uuder luo con- trad sKslem. A. number of corfl'racls have been awarded and more will probably be issued near future. H is Ihe intention oi tho C.l'.n. to rush Ihls work lo. completion as, pos- sible, is going lo bo a big fac- tor in delerminiiig'how mucli of the wprk will be finished al au early dale. Tlio company is supplying. l.elh- lirldgo willi a new shipping point, from which- tho city will probably attract Draws Held vs llvio. McN'abb vs Hamilton. Johnston vs vs Simpsuu. Thurviiy Draws Scott vs Kox. Davlfeou vs Aird. Clark V8 I'esl. .TAKEN ON to attract a showing of livestock that would be a-credit-to-any i-l'.y, ho maintained. Ho Deferred .to a. number of smaller centra, ,where durlug the summer, agricultural, shows put ou that were a .uiarVel, aud this only went to deepen the disgrace of ho'arBued! This man thought a fair could, be put ou that could >o financed for' very little money, in comparison la tho exhibitions staged in under the big schemes: experienced and which proved so cosily. It might ba necessary to go to the cily for seme money, he thought; but the. amount probably would ciceed will lako a lo.t of boosting to C.P.R. Water Struck 25 Gallons Per Minute Alter drilling for C50 feet the C. P. li. tapped a [lowing well at llurdelt. The (low is twenty-five of water a minute. This Information was received to- Will Be KeU Mi Miners Hall Deal With pfojwsal to Out H. C. L. WORKING AGREEMENT fjiejieusiftiifs: P' C'T'C as. formulated aud- IweSent'ea io Iho cily couucil, bato so far been laid on tho table. No action will bo taken al preteiil In that the agree- ment'does uof call tor enforce- ment uutll April 1st. The pros yud' cons Will be- dcbaled some lime before that data. Mill Rate For 1920 Will be Three Higher And Maybe Much More Al a well-attended meeting u! the of the l-ethbrUigb branch, Dominion 1-abor party, last night H '.vas decided lo hold a mass meeting In the Miners' Union hall. North bridge, March 4. in order) in get a line'on.local utlltide regard-j Iho iiiitiatlou 'of a co-opera'.lve store In 1-eihbrWge in an-effort toj combat Ihejl. C. -i Tlio executive liavn llio assurance! of hearty co-opera'.loa by farmers of] th'e district, :and feel that now as! never before is ail opportune time for considerable burn, ____ihibition this yew-, he Iherefore 'lie wanted to see something This is at Droic-jj possible. The sooner day by Superintendent C. MacKln- tosli of the It. The waler was struck ycslcrday. Tho C. I1.: It. lias been endeavoring to get walttr at this point for n long time, v--- Tlurdelt is in the midst of a great artesian well district and tho dlscov- af this .well meansva lot to the country there. H has been lacking considerably In waler .supply. The C. P. R. now will .establish a new watering station al Burd'clt. age, irtul Improvemeut work will bo done on Ihe.Cardslon Hire. Four steel liridges ou the Dun more-Crow's Nest section of the main south lino will re- jilace wobdeh s'nicliires'now being mien. New will bo erect- ed for engine crews at Manyberrles, Coutts. Doiv Island and Frank. Service on the line running through Dunmore tho Crow's Nest Pass will bo improved by the extending of jmssing tracks. Stockyards at Wrentham AVrcnlli'am will have new slock- ynrils this sninmer. At Bow Island a new mechanical coal plant will be to regain tho lost reputation. He pointed out that the city and district, despite the successive crop failures is in a flourishing.condition financially. The" fact that no cxhibi- ion is being held this year, lie thought, wouhl he taken to mean jlist tho op- posite. creeled. In Le-lhbridgo proper SOIOTJ will ,be; done.- The pedestals of. the viaduct will lie pitch lo preserve 'he concrete.' Aa well as in lie'w tar and gravel rooting willjie lint "on Heveral .'At Seven-'l'ersbns a new dam will be constructed on-a creek to increase the water' supply for tho company. Several -stockyards at other ponrls irili be rcconslructed. The total amount of money to be epcnt is ing and participate In lite discussion Widows. of Hero v L Dead Will Receive Them increases Granted Amount To Elsewhere The city budget for the year ii one' of exceptional Ihterert to the ratepayers mill rate to be struck. There Ii an outlay out of the ordinary approximat- ing the sum of. occasion- the qranUtf to'the civic- employees and other addl- outlays. It is hope by the O----- t Mayor that ways and means will found to the extra ex-' pendlturc to which will be in nature of an "Irreducible minimum." The rattjuyert, at any rate, will have to face fact that