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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume I Lelhbridge. Alberta. Friday, May 10, J012 Number 128, 's WATERWORKS OPENED WITH SOME NOISE i [Band "Plays as the Water is Turned on for the First Time-An Improvement Significant of Progress in This Enterprising Town (SpscinI to The Cardslori, .May official op I ening of tid'rdBton's griivity Wilier sj B took .jHaeo'Inat evening, and was pronounced succcess. The pressure I test-was completely satisfactory, and It'ardston'can congratulate itself oh a I -water system, Myhieli will be I cut for aVflty ot people, .will :e the least a yea Ijor fuel, ;and' will ensure a constcn (supply .of pure water. I The band was out tor the openln. lllio tile churc I lieil rung. It was an occasion of cpi 1175000-BUSHEL ELEVATOR BURNED (TWO ELEVATORS DESTROYED A BIG ONE RE- CENTLY ERECTED I Biamion, Man Mai 10 out ihoith atlci o'cloc 111ns morning completclj ilcbtrou jlilling Co, licrc, the total loss IK ling abcMil tulh oneml insurance in I.lovds, I'heie wer bushels o( wheat m I one cli'vatoi, the respective capacities ii twenty and Implicit, i'i geL-one haung been built to ic place." in elevator de.tioycJ by t jfji Fire stalled in the srnall- ei eteutCot and was-fanned by A I-uind The nrr brought ihrou the the (.'anadiau Parilic I and foi actinic all telegraphic tom- I immicalion was interrupted. I SOME GRUB TO FEED VISITORS SPECULATION'.; AS TO. QUANTITY AND.QUALITY REQUIRED IN OCTOBER "1C thcie are delegates 10 juc-st> wc'c-lv Ociobei, it is going to he some task to teed said one of the members the Boaul of Control to tlie Herald this morning will bouse them somewhere oi them w ill noi expect Chica- go accommodation in a so will be cdiitenl with almost anj old place to sleep But they w ill to be fed and fed well, for vis Hart, to this countn aie geneiall} Iioarty eateis as it is gr-neiallv eswmatrd Iliat the number of visitois will he closer to fho thousand than 2500, spine statistician with an aptitude at %iumg out baseball and the hulio aeiophuie or an ordinal y aeio lAke may fie able to some idea of Ihc amount ot provisions which will ie consumed during the "week One man who has going it a JitUc thought has deduced something which is guaiantecd to bring smiles to the chicken ranchers in the dis- Iricl His estimate, which he is ciiciulH based, calls foi broilers foi the 'neck, an of alrcost chickens pei lie also believes that the demand for will bo close to thousand siderable interest to every citizen, and complimentary renmrlta -'were heai'd on every side ot the apl-andid work of Mr. :R. B. McArUiur, of Lethbridge, who was both engineer and contractor The system cost about and the water is Leo's Creek. There is seven miles of pipeline. Ten is used at tho intake and'eight, inch nearer the town. The ayatem has 210' feet of head, and proUdes a 90 Ib Ah MoArtluiT installed ten Crispin Air and Vacuum valves, at intermediate summits, and: controlliug. valveg every half mile. The pipes weie laid feet ileoo niovidine nmnlA from the heaviest frost. They pass un- der the creek five times, aud there is a perfect filtration through slow .sand, .Considerably -blasting of solid rv'ock had to bo done on the pipe line. At tlie creek encroaches brush niid stone dykes have been built at right angles to throw the water to th-e other side, and away from the pipe. Speaking to a Herald representative. Mr. McArthur said Cardston has a fine system, with an ample supply of pure mountain creek water. He expressed the deepest appreciation of the cordial co-operation he had received from the councils' of 1911 and and felt sure that with the new facilities 'lie town would be well supplied for do- mestic and fire purposes, until, a. pop- ulation of ton or twelve thousand ii reached Streams were thrown -from a 'hose last night, and when the new water had filled the maims, there was no trouble .in maintaining a steady 90-Ibs. pressure, and a fine stream thrown over the 'highest on tho street. ,-JIr.. Me Arthur will sup-sr intend the flushing, ot the old mains, promises Cardston a .supply of r tlupp (J M councils to and I he The members of the whom credit is due, were: J. A. Hammer; Coun- cillors ,1dm Holmes, J. C. Gaboon, C. W. Burt, M. A. Coombes and Thomas Duce J..A. Hammer; Coun- cillors. A. Coombes, John Holmes, H. C, Phipus, E. Marker, S. ton and Brown, Cardston has a valuable, asset lii its j new water sjstem, which should add to the attractiveness of an already tractive town. J.-'A. HAMMER, LM'ayor of Car'dston CLEM 3TUBBS SUCCEEDS POWELL MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS SPEAKS TO SOUTH ELECTORS i Splendid Review of the Work of the Sifton Administration by the Hon. Chas. R. Mitchell-Good Rally for the Liberal' Candidate, Martin Woolf (Kpicr.il to Ha- t'aulston, m the iOMlicMl lljc election is on the in cr ase lieu-, an inteiext enhanced KING GEORGE WENT DOWN IN THE SEA IN SUBMARINE Spent Ten Minutes Under Water-Wants to Fly London, May_9 day that England's ofliccis had ten minutes yesterday when ung Gcoige went in a boal Dining Ibe King's sec- ond day ,is acting commander of'fhe leet, IIP expressed a desire to lake a hmgc in a submai me Mubmaune FOIP was thr chosen and .he King with several other! s ot IIKS ,taa boarded the boaf Closed Toi ts important 1np, tbe boat slowlv Ined beneath and foi ten mutes Kngland's olucers and lail- the little vessel scuirieti around iiicath (he iNov, that King Gcoigc has evpen- nccd a trip m a submarine a scnsa- 1011 v. Inch delightetl him, be is rcrtited lo lake the risk, of a High i tbe ill with Commander Sambon 'he commander made several womlcr- jl Highly once w.ith the aughler of the commaiiviei-in-chief f the fleet as a passenger. The Kmg CONFIDENCE IN THE'GOYERNMENT rernie, Jla> Stubbs is tbe president ot Dls tilct No. 18, IL W of A. At it meeting executhe boaid today, others weie w'lthdrev to obviate a contest" said their names weie placud in nomination without their cou i sent iThe of ijicepres ident .to will be Jii MANITOBA GETS NEW'TERRITORY Winnipeg, May May Tjth bo oil lustoLic dale For "Manitoba, for on that date thii pio- clauial'ou evteiidiiig Hie boundaries of Manitoba will he issued recclVL'.l'a despatch fiom Ottana last night, stating that the transfer in toinicLlion wiih 'the ex tensionr of-'the boundaries hail heoii completed and tut onlei in council as so impiessed afeU the apparent and .-contiol ot the lime thai it is -stated he is mule lo trust himself as Coiumaiid- r 'Snnison's passcngei, ,either m a plane 'Ihe King that he ttotiU be pcifcttH safe m rommand- ei Samson's hands, but I be question ausfs the King should be pernntled to take ihp iibk of such a tup IS EXPRESSED ELECTORS "OF. COMING Mayiath, Mav Monday ing.next in the Electric theatre here, the opening guns in the mesent bje election in ibis district, will he fired Ihe samp had been signed when Premier A L Sifton and Hugh Armsuong, prounual tin AVoolf will address a meeting of tipasuier W I Ptolcmv, deputv the elector The uveeting ja being 'provincial lieasuiei, and L ,T Howe widely advertised bj half bheet post-1 depot r comnmsionei of eis, indication th.it have hcpn m oitawa for some when the first mmistei of the proi-j llfflll connectlon uith the adjust- anti-option bill which was ince deliveis his first speech in the Ca-dcn City, he U nicnt' immense audience. The Tories noc announced their programme, but it is understood that will hold two meetings, one doubtless didales icsidc heie Who repre- sents this riding in the iture uill aidslon as his post ofhce ad.Iie's Klsewheie in thr nding there u quiet interest, and a ketn contest looked foi The fullest ap- preciation ot the fact tliat the larmcrs be tlie strong favonte, ami he is just what was needed, foi many hai hcaid so much pcttv cufcicisiu thej WOMEN CAN THINK FASTER THAN MEN SAYS AUTHORITY UNLAWFUL TO FUTURES BILL HITTING--AT-_GAMBUING AT WASHINGTON IN dbluagton, willabe uu ful to send an interstate mes- e ollenng to enter fnlo a comi-nt for the purchase or future dei IV of wheat, oats, 01 coin with- out intending that such giain sliall be- actually dclncre.I 01 leceirtid the of which will be held on the Satin- day even ing pi eceding the election At this: meeting the er, ;iMr, .IHchener, will deliver aii ad: diesa in supiioit of the Consenathe candidate, John Parrisli. The Libeials have instituted an ag- gressive campaign for .their bearei, "Martin "VVoolf, and a thoiough canvass of-the town and district IK being muJc The1 louoit a general expression of confidence in the "Sif- ton administiation, and tliat pioapects ai p ei j ing foi a majoi ity heio BANK CLERKS WERE SENTENCED Vancouver, May years for Jol.n H. Robbie of the Imperial Bank, two and a half years for Maurice Cex, and two years for AlexvStrachan, both of the Mer- chants Bank, These were the sentences Imposed this morning by..Maglstrate Shaw, on the. three -young.bank clerks, who yesterday admitted defalcation from th'e two' banks, amounting in all to, nearly oiabh reported to ibu house KS accepted bj congress The hill utallv afiects business in giam aggicgatmg 13 in values and is identical with tlicBeall cotton anti-option bill which the same house committee on agLtuiUuxc icporUd to the house last week 'Ibese bilK aie Ihe icsnlt oi an agi- tation conducted in congirss for a decade to piohibit gambling in fu- tures Tim tj such hills ueie before the house cammitirc Out of these the committee pit pa red the Bcall and j IPVPI hills Hoth are identical ex- cept llio one winch'icUtes to cotlon transactions and tbe othci to giain, AGITATING FOR ANOTHER SUBWAY if these estimates aie anywbeie coriect, it look's as if ihepiico KING OTTO IS VERY CRAZY Munich, Mav condition oi King Otto oi Uaxana, who has beou svmpalbeticallv icicrrd to as a oi eggs for ncU winter would take monarch, is The doc- skyuard jump about the end of tois in attendance ,uc airaul ot new complications The King was foimri- ly VIMJ exfitablc, but lie is now ab- solute] silent. Ho 'fhe rnormitj of Ibe task of ac tvmmodalmg (he large of us- iteirs is shown by the fact that the accommodation committee 'of -which Jl .J Ooode is chairman, is at the about He fcclly sane, but; (be doetors-nnd at- tendants believe hiiinto lie nbsolutplj pieicnt lime to make lie ictuses lo take anv ,noia- with a cateiei to OOP t thousand people three times a day '-while the cortgicfcs is m session There is gicat tn anar.g.iig to do this work, the from Spokane to Win- nipeg paying hrcn, canvassed with lit- Ue ci'tcouragement there is a flails conccin in winch wiU rndrtUtr the uoiK if no Caua- tlittn lu in can be obtained, islimcnt, and it is feared that his condition maj take a serious turn at aiiy day. PULP .MILL FOR NORTHERN TOWN Oltawa, May first pulp mill lii Oanwila west, of the Soo, will be built very shortly at. Athabasca Land- iisp, now In Ottawa, MERCHANTS. VIEW WITH ALARM SOME PROPOSED C. P. R. CHANGES More thnh ;ti Ilttlo interest those days is centred about the jinnpunce- meiit that the C. P. II. will shortly place on the marfcet tliei-r new sub- division north of their yards, thus op- ening up the vacant tract between Lethbridge and Stafford there is HUIc doubt that the lots'will find a .ready sale, not only tho whole- sale section, which lies right alongside the yards, but also further back, where a close-in residential district will be ectahlished But it Is connection with the an- nouncement that the company will this year move their freight sheds to the north of fhe yards that many sur- mises are being made by Interested the latest ngltntion is.for street South, While no mentioned'." at the present time, it Is a WelMjnown fact that along this thor- oughfare arc becoming alarmed at Hie steady 'movement of the business centre of the oily toward the south- edbl. yowii ago the present yost. office location supremo as a bus- mess location .Vow there is a grow- ing fooling {hat it ib becoming fiuther and rcmoved from the point of and should (lie freight sheds :pe removed from their present silo, fis there is every reason to believe they; will be, the volume of traffic a- the noitlKMii section of Fifth street South would be greatly decrcns-1 ed to the aecomnnnyiiig detriment to the business houses in. that.section. To offset this steadily growing dis- advantage, there is a; feeling iimoug tho propoi t% ners ot that street that the street should be extended through hi fieaivs of n subwuj Manv arguments are advanced In favor of this scheme. (Continued on. page Celebrated Physician A.irs New and Surprising Theory V London, Jlay '.Romatic1 jeais ago showci by experi- ment that women can lead much fastei than men, wheic men mote decision of character, he ev pec ted no evplanalion of his discrn- ery Such an explanation was 5 fciday b> Sn Jas. Cncliton the celebrated physician in his presi- dential address lo tbe Child J3ludv Societj at the University oi IjOR- don In uonien, Su .lames said, lhapos-i tenor regioji of the biaiti xccejvea riclier flood of arleieal blood, Ihe antenoi tegion The worV ol tbe tno regions of the hi am is; diffeient The poslenoi icgion is mainly sen- soi) and concerned w ith seeing and hearing, Thr anterior region inclti' Ihe speech centie, the higlici mhihi- toiy i-enties which art- concerned with tbe association centres con- cerned with appetites and dcsiies bas- ed upon internal sensations There is, Sir James thinks, a cortespondeiice he tn ceii the richer blood supply of the posterior legion of the brain in and then, delicate pouers ot sensuous parcepi 1011, i apiditj of thought and emotional sense and be tween the rieiiei blond supply of Ihe antenot region in juen and their greater onginalih on higher levels nt intellectual woik, their cnhnet mcnt and their stronger will A ciuious fact which Kir lames weie wottdpniii; what the icallj had done Mr. Mucimll Has thiougb speaking they went home conunrcJ that Alberta leads easily in progicssuc legiblation, and Jhat the pi ov nice is piogressing lapidh. 'Hi- band ptesent enlnened the opening with a number of well plajcd selw- tions The band is a decided credto to the town Another feature uas} the appearance of the members of thf) choial society, who sang aa ougtnal (Continued on page NO SUITS MADE IN OLD LONDON TAILORS IN EAST AND WEST ENS NOW OUT ON STRIKED HIT Condon, Mav 9 tailors' strike has now beconic a matter of scnoud concern to all London nearly, cast end men and lemale work-" CLS joined the west entTLtrik- crs today the master tailors In Ihe citj nil] be as ttieiiN customers' oidenTas" are their" fellow liadcsmen of the west end The head which descended upoii- lioadon was the cause many orders foe thinner "suits. City tailors accepted the ordeis, but the cus-J toilers that' "their" fulfil- mentf could not be guaranteed as long as the stake lasted, Theic is not a master Jailor jn.tlie whole o! don who can definitely promise a suit'or lailoi-madc in PREMIER'SPRQGRAM FOR CLARESHOLM MR. SIFTON WILL; AT FOUR" TOWNS IN CLARESHOLM RIDING: plaieaboim, "May With (lie ait- louucement that the election of- Hon. it, to bo contest' i nation IH lapldly being rounded into ihape Piemier Sifton will speak at our towns lu the nding, as iollows.i Granum, May Claresholm, Jlay J Carmangny. ind at- ,Rir- s ?n the iSth. t JMr Mackenzie is conducting' asp and his election by a large mi> ritj is predicted. WANT TO PUT END TO DUELS brought up is that thr difleicnce be- tween man and woman urn tluounfc many details of thi'ii organisms. The crown of the female sKulI is moLCtlf1- Aati'd, than that of the man The wo- man lias a plantar auh flatter ihan lliai of the n-jyi which accounts foi, liri paitiahty loi higb-bech .1 WIDOW FOUND WELL St. Thomas, Out., May -body of -Airs. James a ACIIM old, was found in a well at this morn had been HI, and her come from Saskatchewan to take her ...back home with him. This is the third su- icide in the fumlly. DR. Bcilm, 9 CleLicaU m- loduced a resolution in ReichstJijg asking the tmpeiial Chancellor Di Von JiLtiimann Ilellweig to take stepa lo ciitl duelling in the army, parlieu- iarlj tl'o practice that makes" it com- pulsory (or an oft ended person lo challenge the offender OL arnn. Tending tins refoim iiic icso- lution demands obsenanr-e of ,vimpet' ial oiiior of 1 897 reslueting EARTH IS .VERY BUSY QUAKING _SCENE ON CARDSTON'S MAIN STREET. BARCLAY: RESIGNS: AS THE CHAIRMAN Montreal, May members of the Profestant Hoard of School Com- misaioncis surprisoil at todays meeting, when Dr Barclay tendered ition as chairman of the 'j was having Monlreafon lune 1l for ScotUind, and would-ho'nbsont ail sum mcr It, was finnllv decided not to nc- 'do tcslgnntloii until uYter the Meeting Oi tho board on June- 10, CUudalaiara, 9 earthquakes in addition to t5r four- teen experienced weie felt heir av short inteivals f-'etcral bmhlings liccn slightly damaged but no lo t A pcculiantj of the disturbances was that thtir atlion was limited to a about 13 milts m riiamclPt with the collier five miles west of Iho cny where fissures are reported to have appealed on (he hillside called, where suvm- d.imagt done bj a quake about a jcar AJ 'outside the lelegraimi ili.U point siatiiig Ihe shocki .not foil tlit'tCi Cm- 'trom' 1 it i ;