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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TlMirsAILY IIIiKALl) Page 5 THE KAIRS OP YOUR HEAD ARE NUMBERED" There is a great dcul of Iruth in Ihe Bid my'tn^, Moots die, vitality gives out, Tbc hair be.'jins to turn grey. This is particularly unfortunate bs we are II living in an age when to LOOK young meant to fill tbc YOUNG and IMPORTANT poaitiona. Old (ogiea go to the bnclcground. If you ahould begin to cbnlk down every day of your life, the exact number of hnirs that turn grey, you would be surprised and oon leorn that "The Grey Haiti of Premature Old Age" come on very quickly, [ if you neglect them. Begin to count, and Use - HAY'S HAIR HEALTH 11.00 aod SOc Hi Drat Slorei nr direct upon receipt of price and dcalcr'i nnme. Send 10c for irlal bottle. PliUo liar Spec. Co., Newitk, N. J. POWER PLANT READY FOR CONGRESS Rushing Work at Power House and the Car Barns DELEGATION TO BE SENT HERE NATIONAL IRRIGATION CON GRESS PROMISES TO SEND REPRESENTATIVE TO LETHBRIDGE jfiait Lake City, Utah, Oct. 3.~Bc-Jcwe the National Irrigation (.'ongrcsij yestietday, Gorernor Spry o! Utah, trongly favored the increase by the joverimjwit o( its bondctl indubtod-.MS3, as far as reclamation is concerned. He declared, where possible tho govomruent should coii.scrvo the flood waters at the heads of the riv �rs for distribution below. PoUowing an address by Noriu-an S. Kankin, representing the Western Canadian irrigation au!�ociation, a losoliition was paasod providing a representatlou of the congress at the � next meeting of the Canadian association at Lethbridge. Neil Neilsen, trade commissioner to America from jVew South Males, Australia, declared the interest of the producer is practically identical in all countries. PROVIDING FOR HON. MR. FOSTER -PREMIER TO CREATE $15,000 JOB IN LONDON-REMODELLING COMMISSIONER'S POWERS Ottawa, Oct. 2.-Hon. George E. Foster, who is again on .his way to Kiigland for another two mouths', stay there on imperial business, will linvo headquarters established theio permanently. Mr. Foster i.s slated to fill Die office of Canada's imperial minister as proposed in J'remier Borden's scheme for more direct representation of Canada in imperial aflairs in London, lie will hecduic Canada's diplo-iiiatio agent and general representative in Loudon, with a salary oi ,*l.'i,n(iO a year. The present schenre is to extend th� icopo and importance of the high tommissioiier's oflico by giving it semi-diplomatic and advisory or cou-siiltativc functions in relation to the imperial guvcrnnient. As successor lo Lord Strathcona, whose retirc'tni'iit nwy be e.vpccted ne.Kt year, .Sir Hugh Graham ami Sir I'^dmund Walker have been mentioned, hut uiuler the new proposals i\Ir. Foster, by reason of liis political experience aud ^training ani'. his aptitude for thp larger problems ot politics, has undoubtedly superior claim for tlin position. There arc two busy spots in ttie city these days-the car barns and the city power station on the river bottom. Here the forces of men at work ate bending all their energies toward getting tlie machinery in place lieiore (Jet. 19, so that no breakdown will n)ar liie biggest week in the history of the city. Work was .starlwl ye.sterday in putting tlic roof on the car barns wliich arc 200 feel by 8.5 feet. The trackB are also being put in and in a couple of days the repair pit m the main part of tho barn will be ready tor use. The e.v|)'erts are also pulling iu place t.lm large motor generator set which is looked to to carry the street car system during Dry-Farming Congress week, when the load will he irfuch heavier than it was even during fair week. .Supl. livid is determined that there shall be no breakdown if there is any possibility of preventing, it. The new machine, is twice as large as that which is now carrying the load on the street car systetft, and with the two niachines working will be able to carry all the cars available. A.B soon as the car barns are complete the ollicc of the street railway system will he removed from the city hall, an office specially for the pur-po.se of being littcd up in the car barns and substation building. The whole building is complete in every detail, and will he siidicient until the system has twenty or even more cars ill operation. At the power station work is progressing rapidly in setting up the new turbo-generator, which will be bv far the largest piece of machinery in the plant- It is capable of producing Ono horse jiower, while the other machines now working, all taken together, produce about 10(10 hor.se pow'-er. The engine for this mracbine is being installed' nnd the large generator is on the road and will arrive here on .Saturday and Sunday, giving almost two weeks in which to put it in place. All the new boilers are in place and ready for use as soon as needed lo drive the turbo-generator. When con-structioi/ work is completed Leth-bridge will-have one of the finest power stations in the west, completely fire-proof, CApable of producing 3000 horse power, and worth very close to half a million dollars. SPEAKERS ON FORESTRY CHOSEN TEN PROMINENT MEN WILL AD-DRESS MEETINGS AT THE ' CONGRESS HAD DINNER WITH LOGGERS DUCHESS AND PRINCESS DINED ON VENISON AND LOGANBERRIES Fraternal Societies, Notice! Any fraternal or otlier organization fn tlio city, who nro preiiai-ed lo iissiHi in tlie reception to ll.H.H. the Gover noi'-Getieral on Wcdnesdn.v evening no.Kt, and who have not received a copy of (lie letter sent out recently Inviting them lo do so, are reuuosled to comuumicato at oneo with Artliur lliiyr. chairman of lh� Organization Committee, or with the SeerotaTy of tho liourd ot Trade. '�'Kootenay** Steel Range is an ornament to' any kitchen, as well ] as a wonderful cooker and baker. Mi Victoria, B.C., Oct. ."!.-Tlie Duclicss nnd I'rlncesB Patricia spoke dellghled-ly last ovenlng of their visit to the logging camp yesterday. After motoring thirty miles, (hey were carried up the iiiuuiitaln side the last two and a half miles, before reaching the camp, by a specially constructed railway. They saw huge trees cut down, and admired Immensely the manner in which they were handled. The loggers were nervous and shy, when they had been told that tholr Koyal Highnesses wore to visit the cimp. and they were greatly at a loss to know how they should address royalty. Hut iu a very short time tho unaffected friendliness ot tho Ducheas and the Princess put tho men at their ease, and soon they were vle-ing with one another in Imparting in formation about logging Qperations to their Royal llighuesses, who were particularly interested In watching the great logs go down the steep slide to the river below, which flows to tlie sawmill. At noon their Royal Highnesses asked to have precisely the same fare as the loggers, and enjoyed their luncheon, which included venison and loganberries, the latter declared deli clous by tho Princess. The Duchess and 1-Tincess, in taking leave of the loggers, shook hands with them all, and were enthusiastically cheered. ELEaiON OF DUMA MEMBERS CLERICS AIM AT INCREASED REPRESENTATION-ARE STUFFING VOTERS' LISTS RUNNING DOWN BANK ROBBERS DID MAN ARRESTED IN ST. LOUIS HELP ROB NEW WESTMINSTER BANK St. Petersburg, OcL 3.--Tho elee there have heen added to tho register names not known locally. In one constituency quite recently an election meeting was stopped on tho grounds that public matters were being discussed. This would seem to bo reducing an election meeting to its smallest proportions. In these clr-ciimstaiicoH the flnnl roturns are awaited with more curiosity than interest. Clialrnian Carlos G. Bates, of the section on ngrleulliiral loresiry of the Iiitornational iJry-l'armiiig Congress, to be held here Oclob-iM- next, has selected as his nsslRlantB in this work nine of the best known men in forestry work of tbc IJnlicd Slates nnd Canada, and.bus received their promise (o attend and speak. -Mr. Bales, who will preside at these meetings throughout the week. Is chief of silvlcs in dislrict of the United Stales Forest Srvlcf. and Is stationed at Denver, Colo. Me is in charge ot luvestigaiing work in Colorado, Wyoming, tho Ulack llllls, Kansas rand Nebraska. The working meinbcrs of his committee are: Prof. Charles A, Scott, secretary, stale forester of Kansas and professor of forestry In Kansas State Agricnllur-al College, 'who is appointed as a re-preBentadvo of KaiisHH. Prof. Scott was formerly in charge of tree planting for the forest service in the Nebraska sandhills, an-d professor of forestry in Iowa State College. Dr. Hugh P. Baker, representative from Iowa, and tho eastern States, Is professor of forestry at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.. and was formerly of Iowa State College and Pennsylvania State College. Prof. (Jcprge L. Clothier has been chosen as tlie I'opresentalive ot Texas, Oklahoma, Oregon and W.isbing-ton. He is professor of forestry In Washington State College, and was formerly of Louisiana. 0. Morris Homnus ropreseuts California and the Southwest. He is state forester ot California, and was formerly in the United States Forest service. Prof. 11. O. Longyear. the i-epresent-atlve of Coicrado, is professor ot horticulture and forestry in Colorado Agricultural college, and e.xofficlo state forester of Colorado. Achlb.-ild Mitchell is the representative of the province of Alberta. He is a commercial nurseryman at Coaldale, adjacent to Lethbridge, nnd was formerly with the forestry branch of the Canadian government. Dr. Aven Nelson, professor of biology of the University of Wyoming, and a specialist in th�? study ot trees and shrubs, is the representative of Wyoming. J. D, Ream, of Broken Baw, Nebraska, is iht representative from that state. Saskatchewan is represented by Norman M. Hoss, chief of tree planting division of the forestry branch of the Cnn-adiau government, and is stationed at Indian Head, Sask. DOMINION SQUARE One of the Finest Residential Building Sites in Lethbridge Free $475 FREE Dominion Square BUILDING RESTRICTION $1,000 , 80 FT. BOULEVARD HANDSOME ENTRANCE IMPOSING STRUCTURE How You Get it Call at the olllco of Mitford & Co., nnd ask for a Dominion S