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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY f ItB USTIftSRlDGB HERALD Means 100 Increase iti May Be Made Something of a bomb burst In cilv on Monday when largo users of water received bills for tho month of on which charged the new rates tor Tho bills averaged per copt over tho hlllB of th6 previous months and tho men considered something was Those Waiting on tho rou oil were Nelson P C John Llvey for the Taylor Milling Straker for the Sherlock Leo and iKr gal lotrt of water under the new rate am oH had heretofore Sitting of tort that the paying1 part tft tMiB Of Uwtf wat er lie said tho to produce W new prices cost of uWartment rffofe and the large users 4 wfttef wmild to pay their fair He thai If a delegation of ntetered users would wait on the council Thursday tho city would produce fts fiBn ures to satisfy A f consisting of Bownfli nnd Straker was named to rep resent the largo users at a conference on Thursday morning at ten o Meter All Services Affer tho delegation withdrew the council agdln the advisa blllty of services in the or Hi attrttHnatlve the rqmova BIG INCREASE IN FLEECES SOUTH Expert WH1 Be About 60 Cents in the Grease of a flat era of tho Other bills ed a similar The tlon protested on the ground that the increase to householders who are on a flat rate basis was only per cent They did know why they should pay 100 per They ure protesting because they were not gly on notice of the Thonoti which hfid been printed was not in they had not prepared to meet such an increase in water Says It Is Warranted Mayor Hardlo held that the increase though It was was He declared that the large water us I STORAGE BATTEKV SERViCEJTATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 ment of a flatmate where they are now in until such time us whole city motored The cost o the meters for the city would about as Ihore are sor Commissioner Freeman thought tho government would stand for such an expenditure at this It was pointed out however that the installation of meters would greatly decrease the consumption of and enough would be saved in pump ing charges to pay overhead cos of the whlcfc would ho abou a It was also suggested that a meter rental of a year might bB charged to pay the cost of meters and However the matter I was and it Is hardly likely anything will he done this During the discussion Commission or Freeman declared that while his department is charging only i cents per thousand gallons for pump ing it is more than throe cents a to the Increased He also stated that a test recently made showed whereas his department had always figured it required eight rounds of coal to pump 1000 it in real Hv took or Zo per It is hardly However that any adjustment will be made till the end of year when the annual figures will be available for compar Southern Alberta wool growers who are members of tho local aasocia will market fleeces this year rts against marketed last according Hill of the sheep and goat of the partment of agriculture at who has arrived to make arrange ments for the grading of the vvool A farewell party and lo sny goodbye 0 Vernon who 1 uesday where he win undergo he military test The evening was spent In music ami singling Hex Ooldlng was present and delivered words of tothe about leave tfhe served coffee fttid ice cream for Mrs Rose who for a long tlme so efficiently filled the of fice 6f president the Kvangnllcal 1 Adieu Aid at Pendanl d hat resigned her position and moved to Fred 1ms been elected to take her h ladles planrting fov u drive In the good work this Church Progress flie annual session of an il conferemwhich has in session at has MTOICE RM SfoT Is Now a FirstClnSa Office Means KSg Thins For Staff post office hns been male ff office according to word today from for the most and It seems anyone should be In the trenches tney are the ones who should one makes a sale there to be all the way from one to more stop the same place within twenfy four Hrand is back on the He says tlellaw is the We art Mliy branch of Womans institute held i hnd the misfortune their monthly meeting Mny rd riils branch IB very much and there Is something doing every meet s so and sometimes The members packed large amount of sew and I the Hnd Cross provincial at the lust They ure holding a By rfrawiiK mum I from J11 rJ JI L rt mi i c clip this That is a very fine increase said Hill to the and shows that the sheep men of Southern Alberta are doing their bit in producing wool with clothethe The increase in wool Southern Alberta bands is well over 25 per and the total clip will run In the neighborhood of pounds This does take into con Pincher Creek nor the clip of other associations through out Southern The Price AH to the price which may be ex pected Hill explained to the Her ald that in Uie the had commandeered the whole of the 1918 clip The price bus been fixed oil the basis of seaboard prices on Tuly 30lh scoured so that u J t li u line I i iioi n Holding remains at PaKowki for another The church services Sunday were well Luther of C Li ii h r The Halslead enter tallied the Ladies Aid of Rolling Urcpn and Hotlaw at their home Mny Sth A large were During the afternoon HIM ladies of Willing Green presented the pastor and bin wife with a beautiful casserole as a token of appreciation and Rev Halsteads depnrture in as both he and his wife haver tire less workers since their arrival and of locui iJKnL explained to the Herald by Mr nns who slated herao fore the officehad hoen n spinicuy staff The result of th PS is the stiflt on the regular schedule for offices and will get the Increas The equipment and staff will b brought up to the standard offices as Calgary and thus making for better service to while will be they have done is beyond satisfactory to the Ihe me I Or u ll daughter and her little daugh uaiiBiiHi hough ye e says she missef thflowers and freet of Ontario but enjoying nerself She has a sun in S one In Saskatoon will them all before return ing HA Johnstdn whiH in Hixlkom a tow days ago had to lose his n cash The pocket hook was found returned to hut had leaked III lilt1 Mr Uuchanan have been many months to have tlu The Womans Institute gave a box Hoolal at the home of and chnYige Uomey Mny The excavation for new buildings of news that is ing to the postmen is that earners have been granted an I lis will amount to a to the reg ular while It wilt also mean an increase of a day to an ncr temporary men on the carnuj TIlc Misses Gladys and Beatrice the sheep ranchers south 01 t he Hi e who been visiting at will get a varied price according to Tuesday the scoured value of their woo us Medicme H will run in the neighborhood 00 T6 AIRPLANES May teen Airplanes in various stag es ot construction and a con siderable quantity of dried spruce and Irish linen wore reported by tiro hero today which Swept the plant of the Foler ff in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is satisfaction assure you perfect Drop in and look over our stock of as of STANDARD THIRD ST VELiE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD TIRE REPAIR PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH Will 1 cents for wool In the For Canadian Buyers Hill has not com mandeered the Canadian wool cl but the Canadian war board has de cided that all Canadian wool must first be offered to the Canadian buy ers on a ten day before a per mit to export to United States will be The Canadian buyers may purchase within that ten day per iod but in doing so they must pay a price equal to tho price at which buyers would In this way the Hock masters are guaran teed a price equal to that secured by the V The wool will be graded Hi the field by the government again this thn year as in years and Mr Hill has eight graders here now ready to to Shearing of small bands will start while shearing at the large camps will start about June Ready to Handle It The Canadian Cooperative Wool Growers Which was I launched last is all ready to handle the who Iwas chief of the sheep and goat divis ion has resigned to manager of the cooperative and i Hill states that members representing more than sheep have signed up so that a million pounds of U least are guaranteed to tho com pany during its first year of opera tion Two warehouses have been sec ured in Toronto to which the wool of tho association will be shipped and stored for The expectation is that much wool will be handled for nonmembers so that several million pounds will be handled during the sea Southern Alberta wool should be of high quality this Hill owing to tho fact that the sheepmen fed heavily during the Hill also states that the lamb crop is a good the percentage being in the Bank at saleslady in the during Johnston Beatrice is Pakowk absence dant dOrielle are of Pen njoying a visit Flenv UUJ1L I 1 from their youngest Fleming tho Al lug accompanies Mr Arthur Yager who was visiting in Minnesota turned sometimeago wiin Bartletl Monday for Medicine Hathospital where she wil undergo a very serious TIei son Earnest has called to ister for military Rev and Mrs received visit Wednesday from and Mrs John Anderson of Kippenvillo The show storm here on 1 hurslay though not will be a great ben efit to the At the city council meting this FOR SPEEDY HAR VESTING WITH ONE MAN ONLY USE THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRAC TOR BECAUSE THE MAN WHO RUNS THE BINDER DRIVES THE according to WERE T Mav German air plane neVand large type which had been forced to land in the North rescued by Swedish steam cost in cost nut them on so that the be making about on the The higher interest on the money now was alfo the mayor tated his belief that the citywould be about a year ahead by A third boiler will probably be sold to a Winnipeg The fourth boiler of the unused battery will be i kept but the foundations will all have to be put into condition before it can be as the foundations have sag ged about six since These are thesame boilers as Med icine Hat recently made an offer ol to replace those recently destroyed by fire has already Wheat seeding In Some flax and barley still re main to be Rain and still more llns is the cry of They have done their bit and all are anxiously for the rain to finish whnt they hnvi All good patriotic farmers wives are doing their bit by putting in the home garden to help conserve foot needed for our all A large number our boys hav been calded to report at Calgary Ma When the call comes right at home we begin to renllze what being patriotic really Miss Ada Rilthven is in the States on near Retlaw the misfortune to lose a fine young mare What about the many named agents who are running around tho country trying to gull the farmers with some pretense or other and makrf alittle easy money for themselves It would appear that they are the worat kind of able bodied men MONUMENTS Headstones anil Crosses of every description made to GET OUR PRICES AND SEEOURWORK BEFORE YOU LethbridgeeMonumental and Cut Stone Works UOpeLiuugeii graph These the machines mentioned in the British official air as Ueen driven down in the sea aftei the aid on London Thomas of been appointed superintendent 01 ias Deen appunnou Methodist missions for Bouthern Al erta In place of The latter has been appointed sup nrintpndent of evangelistic work in U e imlian missions under the Metho dist Barner is an FAREWELLS TO Wehave opened a new and uptordate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate ypur All work We make a specialty of Retreading and STAYS ON JOB May who last month asked Premier Llcyd relieve him of duties as withdrew his ANCHORDONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow Winnlpea 1OO Letkbridge Tirte Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES PAK01IBOYS From Our Own Correspondent May Ford tracto was shipped into Pakowki ev ening and moved to the Measenge Place north of town for We understand it will be by who will move into the Mr McCourt is making preparations to break two hundred acres on his farm adjoining The new suction house has been plastered and will soon be ready for v Many of our boys have passed physical test and reported I for duty ut the nations Others ure on the way for They are going cheerfully and feellnK that If the nations liberty has to he purchased with they arc willing to make the Farewell Party Saturday May a large crowd gathered at the old home of j Pendant to hold t RUl PUCE MD NR SUE 800 two and one half miles from Best of Rolling but steam All Price and terms are right THE MM IBRD PHONE 1865 ALBERTA 13510 Steady Work Apply lit Mir Lethbridge A SERIES OF REVIVAL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE Presbyterian Coalhurst Beginning May 20th AUCTION SALE 1010 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Wednesday May 22 AT OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILU SELL BY PUBLIC AS A QUANTITY OF Wl USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT TO Sl imttrfisH brass bed with springs blnnkotB dog kennel garden tools TERMS CASH WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Cattle AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN M May 23rd 8 mares due tp 4 to 8 years weight 1100 to 1400 Good 16 4 8 years welflhts 1100 fo 1500 Broken to 20 Dairy Some and some due to friinh All broken to 6 registered Shorthorn 16 months to 2 years Alto Harness and Wagons TERMS CA8H x Auctioneer ;