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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETTTRRirKJE DAILY HERALD RIGHT NOW II you will drop in AVP will '.how you how OH would look iuoiieof our 1, c ij j_ i _' 11 i iluim-mnil iijnlii" i HIM -5 Ul UtL JJUI HIC1U-3 UJ UUJ UIUICO and it ill mjuhc but a moment WE ARE SHOWING A betfci guide ol' malcjuils, ;i ItHlc oiditot1 vruiciy (o Irom, n certain sure Ic ,lhe ablesL Ilioroiifthlv vitiilatlorv fit. Then by ing our, willingness lo make good an tiring Unit wrong, j ou are taking no c hancc. me llic of oiu business and apply equal- ly io combing c hdl, vliplhoi a Buit or at 01 ai Tc'it dur Olotbcs1 Rcj'vico and oiu Good Clothes and j ou ill become a iicrmanenl palron. McKelvie McGuire The 2 Ms Men's Outfitters Lethbridge The Low Cost Of Living Not high low cost. For good clothes like "Progress Brand" never cost so little before. System, skill, accuracy, wise manage- ment, careful buying, have kept down the cost of producing raising the standard of quality and value. A new spring "Progress Brand" Suit or Overcoat will cost no more this year than you paid last for the same money you will get a better Suit or Overcoat. Test for yourself. Ask to see the new spring styles. 103 tmt sinrtntmt by H. Vlneberg A Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold with .0 gutrvtlM 6f MeKtMt A McGuire Lathbridgt.. POLES ARRIVE FOR RURAL LINES to the Talici, Maj 0 uirs of Icli phone poles DILI) imloade.l hen, liming the past ciA, and used on the rural Hues lo he cstab lislieil north of helc A hm. will be biult to Sundial, a to B.illiM, anil hundrciU of fanners wil le connected by with I'aber is supph a long lell ntcd and although a small will bo iiradc for cominuincdtion label, account of the distance, the. line will he largeh used An Mill be ibtabhMied bonicwhcrc li eighteen, for thi, hettii handling of the rural line' and tho, calls from or- to Taber will lie handled fron, this point: Jusl where the exchange will ht establish- ed, has not yet hcen decided, but .it wiiriie placed in as central a posi- tion as possible, so lhat> (he rural lines will not toojicavilv loadc'd. That uorK of (he piesenl racnt is apprecinlcd hy the fanners is shown by. I ho readiness with .which (hey are seeking connections with I his .new telephone line. SEND SOME TO LETHBRIDGE Oltawa, supply, of the ew and ?I.O gold pieces of Can- ada inis hcen sent (o Vancouver, Win- nipeg, Toronto, St. John, Halifax aiid Chnrlotlclown. They .are the first of the sort nuvln it the .Ottawa mint. Page 7 POWER RATE CAN BE GIVEN A CUT If Day Load is Increased Infoimation Conveyed tc Board of New Post Office Lawn Watering Hours If the users of the daylight load from the power house can bo EO in- creased as to' doable the amount of power now used, the City electric department will consider the advisa- bility of making, si very material're- duction in the schedule now in effect, ving, manufacturers a much lower rate than than now byiug chaiged in i, C ilgary effect, M, tho statement the made at last nights meeting 01 the Board of Trade, by A. B. Stilfford, chairman of the industrial committee. these causes of contention' could b removed, much bettor nervlce'coul bo given by the poet ofnco staff, am with less work on their part. A resolution was therefore passei asking that the iiuthoritio! hero present the report of the Boan of Trade to the .post oflice inspector asking him lo Investigate the whol building will take almost two years to com picto, by'which time'the postal faci lities here will bo greatly' overtaxed, ami good service will be next to 1m possible Thh matter also will hkel> brought to the attention of the Mr. Stafford's report was a verbal one, eehs Water Lawn on Sunday The Question of cheaper.! water rates for lawn sprinkling was also taken up in the report of the commit- tee. Owing to the fact that most of the water rates for this quarter have been paid, the committee did not ind as was stated by him in no way complete. A couple of. weeks ago while the restion of securing industries was being discussed at one of the Hoard's ilnlnk it would be advisable to do any- neetings, G. W.. Green, manager of in tne matter'of rates at the he Ellison Mill here, stated that he time. However, they did sug- lelieved that .power should he sup- Best that the city extend the hours to users at a much lower rate j tor watering lawns and gardens from nan that now scheduled The cil) j sK lo te" m tlle morning and from las a great deal ;of, the day load going I I" 'he afternoon, with the o waste; and he 'believed it would be i Privilege of watering the lawn on in-incentive to '.manufacturers to use Sundny if no .conscientious scruples ileclnc power instead of mlenened This report was adopted heir own it this waste pouci were 'llld ttle council Mill be asked to con be utilized through the added in- [iicement of cheaper rales. The matter was at the lime refer- ed to the industrial committee which sidei1 the matter. The Great Falls Chamber, of Com- merce, Oliver M. Holmes, secretary, wrote asking the Lethbridge Board las since met the of' ttllat lla'es heen set for the boost- he light plant and Mayor Hatch, with! ers1 excursion -through Montana, and he result that Mr. Stafford was able! extending a cordial invitation to Leth- make the verbal -announcement of i bridge people to visit Great Palls on he intention of the city at last night's neeting. Saved a Year Befyre .the .final decision is given, the committee will again the trip. Lecture on Panama Canal Some time ago word was. received in the cilv to the effect that A Anderson, C 15, of Denver, would eet the city officials when the new ahortlj usit Lethbridge Secietary scneauie I'OT power users will ue lix-rft'ianv.-aring wired Him asting if he td, after which campaign will be .would bring..along his slides illustrat- startecl for the purpose doubling I ing the work on the-Panama Canal the amount of power used bj the and delner p. lecture while in the I mapuficturers in the Some ca c'ty A replj from Anderson hah pecially good arguments have been ad-; been received, in which. vanced during the negotiations, show- be .will, be pleased to .comply with the Specials in Pumps and Oxfords -FOR- Friday and Saturday only Men's Pat. Calf'and Tan, per pair Women's Pat. and Tan, per pair SEE OUR WINDOWS ing the electric power, one firm baling mad" the statement tint electric during the past year jmeans of saving ?1000 on the cost of operation of their plant. Several other raatfeis pertaining to the work of the industrial 'committee wero also brought.-up'and discussed at. some length. These are .being witbheld from publication, however, until such time is actual ijunts are made hj the Board The Board of Trade, has for various j reasons entered arrangement, v.itb the mess of the citv to iittain this end, and the plan agieed upon is apparently agreeable to all concern- ed. -Hereafter all announcemenls will be made through tlie Doa-rd's commis- sionei, J L re ease for publication onh those mat ters wbicb hav-e readied dvanced stage of development. ;T6 Relieve Congestion A very exhaustive report was made by the municipal committee. Chair- nan AIcKeown once IIIOTG brought up he matter of reiicving the congestion n the post office hy the estnbliainiient ;r in the ucmitj of .ho.depot. lie yaid that the coimnit- c-s had Rone very fully "Into the whole nnestion, aiuT found tliat tons mail matter weie earned from the epnt to the pott office evcrj ueek, nly to be taken back' again almost mmediately. Slail In "bond also con: gjsts the local ollico while being ex- mined by the Customs oniciala. If request of the Board. Owing to.the great interest being taken in the prob- able icsulte of the opening of the can- al to the world's .traffic, Lethbrid, people are. expected to .welcome 11 opportunity of bearing the. views an expert engineer, on the matter. Dissatisfied With Ambulance A. H. McKeown brought up the ma ter. of: placing the ambulance in co Irol of the city fire department. Se oral caues have .been renorted wber In casp of an accident it ir possible to get the service of tlie am bulance without an order froni a mem her of the medical. J some cafaes it is impossible to find medical man In time of an'acciden without a great deal of wit the result'that the ambulance, is no to be had The fue department ha trained its members in first5 aid hi thods, .and the Board thought sam arrangement might be made to a commodate an ambnliince, an-d hav it contrqlletl by the city through th fire department so that It might-be a call on the instant in time of; an ac cident. The eld ambulance could the be for contagious cases only. Th suggestion met Uth the henrtj ap proval of the whole executne, and will bo asked to consider advisability of taking sonic action along the lines suggcst-ed. Those'present al the meeting President 'Cunningham, Messrs. Me Keown, Rafton Canning, Broad, Stacej Horne, Green, Stafford, -McFvillop am Secretary Man waring. WORTHY OF THE--.TRIBUTE he Late Rev. Chas. McKIIlop, In memory Knox .Church will Erect a fine new Manic TORONTO JURY DISAGREE Toronto, May being -out hours the jury reported a dls- riicment In the case of Walter Thor- ood, chnrgttl" wtih manslaughter In Hng'Jcaeph Sablno, an Italian In poolroom quarrel April 5th. A trial wil ueceasary. NEW RAILWAY THROUGH PASS FIGURES BEING' GATHERED TO INDUCE I RAILROAD TO BUILD (Special to The Herald.) Coleman, M.iy A. P. Qracly, of was in town j'oslerdny, compiling statistics of the freight ton e from this anil other towns in the Pass, These statistics will be.submit- ted to the C. N. R. and G. T. P. with a view to inducing Uiom to construct, n Branch line through: the Pads. Should this desideratum ever become a reality it would prove an inestimable boon to nil the town's in the Pass, as. with the prospects of an electric car line, and with the present C. P. II. line, competi- tive freight rates would assuredly he lie outcome, to the great satisfaction of 'the shipper'and consumer.' From .he point of view of the railways, if he tonnage should warrant .this in novation, it should be a source of con- Idernhle revenue, as the traffic of the, Is being yearly augmented, Dr. Porter and Miss. Muyment Porter oft yesterday for Hed Daer and Cal- gary respectively. Tendcra-are being advertised by the Ipleman p. S, Hoard construe- Leave Your Repairs With Us FOOT TOGGERY tlon of a two room addition to the pre sent school building: Exte-ashe ad ditiona will at the same1 time ;be made to -the school grounds janitor.'a residence. meeting of the License Commia- sioneiB of district No fa, extending from _ Pincher Creek- to is scheduled for-tomorrowj the 10th inst., at, the- Frank ''Sanitarium; The wouid-be pursuers of the gen- tle art of angling been served Utb notice to Coiiatabm Grant, of the R. N W M P that a must be secured, granted before permission 'to fish 'Is This rule Is laHd until p'ul Mr. A. Easton, "proprietor oKthe Cole man bakery has instdlled and equip- led an. up to date Ice cream parlor in ils commodious establishment. Wed- icsday May S, "nas marked as the In-; msuration oL this departure b> a j ree disporisation of. the delicious cba-' fection to all wbo would avail them- sehes of the opportunity Jos Grafton and family are at pre- sent on the high seas on their return fronrQreat'Britain, ______________ 7 INCREASED SALARIES FOR i ALL EDMONTON TEACHERS Edmonton, May 8 Board has decided to increase the arjes of teacheis nurse to assrat the health officer in work All increaseb are effective on May 1 DISCOVERS THE Cairo, May 9 French ogist, Can in os Pasha, has discovered at Neteoppelia, the Necropolis, for which search has been made for many- should feel guilty not to own a -1- Blue Serge Suit" he said, "when I can get a guaranteed fadeless Fit- Reform Serge for The 2 and 3 button Styles are just different enough to be both smart and good-looking. Made with the new English shoulders and tailored through- out as Fit-Reform; always tailori every garment McKELVIE McGUIRE, ;