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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 14, 1913 TITE LETHBRIDGE DAlIiY HERALD Page 7 Thii CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODOB Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes FtrRTiiEK uret-t TO Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr, People's Forum when those- responsible for the var ous departments will Le directly ar swerahle to the people I think the latltr should and will take an intelli- gent interest in this matter and lor this reason 1 propose to go over thr UiTHBHIbUE'S UATKR SUPPLY waterworks situation as it was durmi tbe past summer. The pumping plan Kdilor ol the Herald has a capacity o! approximately tbrej the time for election of million galloon In twenty-four hours tomrnissiohers approaches, a great tnjs amount was only slightly over many questions arise in one's mind, ti.e city Herald Man Took Jaunt Tkough a Country Full of Promise Hetlaw and Foremost are Ihe baby towns o! Southern Alberta. A ago' there >ere co such places on the map. This lumraer thoy hare sprung owing to tlie railway devtUipment ot the C. P. R., and winter thoy promise to be places of cote.'- night hire the typi- cal" appearance o? the new prairie iowh. A- Herald man ia company with In- spector. Alris-AOith: of tbe provincial government road department, visited Kellaw yesterday. Lying about thirty miles north of Taber, In the centre of what appears to be or.e ol the rich- est farming districts of the south, this town bids fair to become tho moat Im- portant point, between Sufllold and Calgary cm the branch of the C. P. R. It IE midway between the.'tip terminal poInU. and will be llie end of jteel for tils year. been patched up, added to and n- AM yet It li town of ihacki and Uudcd, and now it will be a tough tenta, probably not more than 100 In problem to put it right. H seems to population.' It for the hardest problem the steel which Ja.Eo slow la cOiainK. MADAME MELBA IN CANADA The favorite prlma donna Is again tc-'-rlrtg this country. The picture U frorr, her favorite character guerlle In t'auot. She Is keenly Inter- ested In Canadian development, and Is known to have recently Invested ex- tensively In Canadian really busi- ness concerns. s.hc'is, "What will Ihe-y be called up- js practically storage every life that this'i nn lo Jo 1" With the various de- shut down to adjust any delect in lo commissioner 'pi Vartmenls sadly depleted as they are the plant js soon felt by the consum-' .orts called upon to find- a' nt and (he chances ol any distribution system is in a unless he ran give i.eth- i.cw work being undertaken at verr bad condition. A very i modern system worthy ot rut small, it almost seems as "portion o! tbe malts are b! insafnd-' ,nt cit.. that.wlll enduie lor tl-otieh they w II only have to M( ar.d strenBth for tha work lw wiu ta fr Tbe eye' on cscendituje, fire a lew they arc called upm to perform, con- flectot, '5nouirt. see that 12 Dayi If the construction gang keeps y ]ts rato ol speed, iron ai Ihe iB ]ust twelve dayB teel KMB was at Love steel gang was at Love, Eix. nlloa out o! RetlEvr. They are VARSITY'S NEW MEDAL This cut Ehowa the medal whicl varsity's athletic directorate is pre- senting to every athlete who plays 01 a championship team or wins a chjn plonsblp for them (University ol To routo.) 1 l-.c greatest necessity of any com- i0gg Out ol pumps, but nothing large or small, is a plcatl- f'.-l supply ol pure water.-II the nues- licn put to every elector, "Is very much smaller. The waterworks department for- our city-five years hence. nvr'rsgo. elect or is not so much inter-1 rstcd In cause., as effect, but in Ihe! in d f fi.htint .iimmer when we are drawing ,tt.jn n lirty water from our drinking taps {here sui ._ torlly is tnere su] di we usually conclude that it is the r-Seet of something serious, and those ol us v.-fco want to know the cause usually look Ior.it in the Herald, we find an excuse that we are lo believe.. It seems that we r.rc supposed to have faith -and on drinking dirty water every year as 11 .r. summer coines around. Kow that the timo is drawing near torily demand. unGHerrd water. The water incapable of withstanding :e fighting pressure and only ipply to meet the apprai to some. r'taSerVot IjiiTet town of leader years. Jcr that I am just this i are gelling ready for the rusn of tho is not tnc'rase. Time some next suron-.pr when tl.ey iions to as'I think this let- to be the distributing centre or tcr ol sufficient leigth I will hold j tbe bit Southern Alberta Land Com- thcm over tor another issue. tract, on which rvork on the Irrigation ditches la proceeding raplJ- Yours tmlyt VERNON PEARSON'. A GOOD SUGGESTION. (Toronto Mall and Kmpire.J 'hen are Police to adopt the Wllh tha conslructlon of the big tunnel for which'the contract is to be let" shortly, tie people in tint district hope'soon topsee water In tbe big dltch.vrhen the Veal Mork ot settlin't: tho will begin. 25 to 30 Bushel Average But there are farmers la the Retlaw that there shO'Jld lie a doctor, to ex- ,jisirJct right have beon for Personally, I do not Je'! some appear prosperous can be blamed lar the present stale or'lll? At the the, to tafe a back odolrc id. wnlnAvnrks guess drank" Invariably, and from mose ot inv o'tber'district of aflairs, when the waterworks s" tern was "first installed. Lellibiidge (i was In the tank town class. The city has long since grown out of this man uho had taken and class, hut. I anvalnid- our water-1 was locked up ou a'charge works system has. stayed.in. It hasjenaess. .and j jeat ot.iny o'tber distrlcl oeeh'w'rong, 1 Aiborla.1 They have hat tho latest Insiance being of a good crop'5 this year. They are no1 have, Cuba's crooked coasbline fixes forever the limits in which men pow tobwco wild the Unulizing tropic "linj" lhal imolert have Ujmtd lo tipccl from "Clear Nature's KCrel foim-jla'is hiAlea tbe ricS brijwn the silt-Ublen the growtli-forcmg sunshine of this one little Sht guirdi it more jealously tW die Spanish monks IMP the of their corcnVi. Theitfoic, 1moVers n-.urt to fof keenest tnjoymetrt their laste can jive. lo be eipected from thii Tcit, it found Clcap Havanas They made from the'choicest leaf in the famous Vuella Ahaj'o diilrict, selected at the plantation by Webaler's own into Canada in the leaf (under low lariff) and made inlo cigirj in a cUsn, Canadian fjctoiy. If you do not Vnow them, pay a quarter for an introduction, and let the first jive you t new and delightful definition of "Clear Havana." Wherever food are told, they thit in various shapes and Popular "BrtKaj" snnpc selli A R. S Company, Limited Sherbrooke, Canada. mall proportion of the total crop I To-morrow And Saturday at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT 7.3O QNE OF FEATURES OF ENTER- TAINMENT OF VISITORS FROM MEDICINE HAT OH FRIDAY Try Thi: Home-made Cough Remedy Cosla Ltllle, Hut Bow the Work Qoicfcly, or Money Refunded. Ills two curs ol grjnulaUd sugar 1 cup ct warm water, anil stir fcr 1 roln- 1 utes. Put 2'.i c'jcces of i'lnex (fill? cents' worth) In a IS-o-jr.ce bcllle: I ecij the Eusdr Syrup. Take a teafpMn- fjl every one, two cr thrae hours. At a meeting ol tl.e Hoard of Trade You Till, Kn remedy In lledicice Hal last night it was ,aUs hoU ot 3 mort [V.in unanimously agreed that all the ,Vtr er.Cs x ness mm ol that city who could pos- coush ir.sidt ot 21 houtj. day, Oct. lii It is espc-ctert (hat from thirty to men will be ir.cludcd in couth. This mixes more and bslt-r the parly as well as forty members cl tastes pleasantly. the show troupe which will keep the rinex Is tht mott vaiuab> n Ihe Etooi.. Where Uiresblng could busy showing cornppund of Noiway while "tract., not be doneearly farmers Have .lacked tte sWlts in !air cUj-. ,nd will thresh when they bave rlenty ]t js pinned to meet the party at to the ir.embrir.es. Othtr prtptrallor.s it Ume.fn Ihe meantime they are do-i vvitn awtomobiloi and wHi not worn Jr. this (o-mula tilling.'to admit a 20. to. 25 buehe verage. From' 25 'to 30 -would be oser to tho corrVct Dsure, BrTd-the> ui. point lalementa. Tlie Iari4 it mostly rokenj-having been 'cropped only two r1 three years, and are on par with, prbduced by any Islrlct In Its pioneer days, One Bushel Crop Mr. .-Ixivo; wbo owns four or fivi ectlorjE east of Uctlaw, thi savlcst shipper of the dlalrkt this ear.-. It will take 40 to haul the rbp from bis farm on which about SW'aorea were under cultiratlon Oils eirj.-.HIs crop has prored the re- ources of the district. Ready for an Elevator "What arp the farmers doing with their Well some of them ire selling jlglit now, hauling to Ta- ber, a distance o( S5 or 40 mllea. They lave liabilities to meet and are forced o sell. But they arc in the minority. ?hi; majority are going to give the X.P. R. some work this winter to prove that tha construction of the iurtelfl line was not misliJte. Every [armer who can possjbly hold IB doing BO, The fanneVs are slTe, and hare arrahied to bulW one of. tho Farmers' Cooperative line ole vatorn at that point. Toe lumber is y'lng on 1ho: sldlngr' SuffleM ready shipped to Retlar M lie 'rails down. Work Ii to be confmenced'this fall.jt Is underilooa and In tho nelghbprbood 6t t o( 4. rrdlllon bushels' will be shlppc( trom the end of thii year. No orii Is the long haul who can possibly avoid It The price.or wheat is' about low BS the (arruera can well-stand now, without adding the HE fell plowing, or liavo work- nj on raUway or canal construction lutflts making a little ready money. A goodly acreage Is under cultira- ion, and every, farmer wilth "whom the Herald man conversed staled that a goad crop-was -practically certain vhere summer fallowing methods were olfowed. The Weeds Were Blowing Well The most" noticeable thins on the whole 10S mile trip through the rlcb territory traversed by Hlo Herald man yesterday was the prevalence of the weeds. This Is not exactly the weed season, but a high wind brought them ia'lo prominence. To see bundles of tumbling muetard and- Russian thisllo as big as half Ihe side of a homestead- er's ehack go hurlllng across the prairie seed broadcast was a sight" that took the glamor off any forty Bushel crop In evidence. To eradicate the weeds altogether is Ihe Ideal tbe thing is lor the farmers to find some method of keeping them off their land. "Acres and acres of. summer fallow will he seeded this fall, and will be dirtier next spring than ever. A few good thick rows of sunflowers would do a lot to.atop the 40-mile, an hour pro- gress of tho sowers of evil. A Field of Corn To offset Ibis bad Impression again, lowever, the Herald man saw n field o' about ten acres of fodder cojn. "With seasons like that' of 1313 fodder corn can bb raised in Southern Al- berla. That Hold proved it H was a good stand and "will furnish a lot of good stock feed this winter. march i with the theatre. The business EJT-J5 t.....____ men will then be lakcn around the cy> has rrbvtn popular throughout cliv aad'otlt lo the N'o. aler at tha bottom. The Irri- gation system will overcome this dim-' cuUy'to a great'eilcnl, but it will remain ono of tho drawbacks to the mixed farmln? Industry. Lot of Slacking Done South, of tho Little Bow river the crops ore almost on a'par with those nortti. Twenty to Iwcnty-flvo bushels woiilil'constlMile tbe average, although, many farr.icrs lifwe as high as 35 and (Thieshlng Is well advanced. A very prevent a tha tragedy. Th's Is for many jj'ears that Tto PlrnenUi, Chirlniirl I.l4 Sc October 25 Nov. IS Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WlNNlPtO, OR LOCAt. AGENTS Nov. 19, and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC Nor. 25. OCEANIC Dec. 6 York, Dec. 12. Boston, Liverpool Nov. IS and The Laurcntlc and Metan'l" largest Bleamers In the. .Canadian Trade and embody mil the ooraforti anil luxurlse. travel. Teutonic, Carildl and Apblc are termid 'Cabin Ships on which Iho beat ac- CoirjIllifUatiOiia ii ScCOHd dfSS ratal. Comfort and economr com- bined. For (Into, Other Sailings, Illustrat- ed Hooklots, elc., applr to nwrest Mli- way or steamship or write, W. M. MtLEOD, Passenger Asitnt, '3JS Main'At. "J LOCAL AGENTS' s. B. MITCHELL; c. p. R. AGENT AND H.: MoBETH. Ask about our Cruises to Pah; ama Canal and West Indies! erranean Crimes to tho Rlrlnt, Ilily Rnu Egypti-. i. Ihe Indians have shnwn any Istic disposlt'on toward the vhits people, and it may .be that they did not Intend (o harm the hoys, al- though Mr. Gtbb', who witnessed part ct the aflair, firmly1 believes that the redmta werc.bfnt on tcytngc. ApDrosltnately 50 per cent of Ja- pan> of hats and caps consist of-Imitation Panama bats, Triorr. than so per .cent of the foreign sales of Iho latter going to Slates, Vihn jnCnii'Ai Atlmhi f.f T Kf 1 IMF, lit KUMt Vx T 1 the pioneer line of AtUctk Steani Th'tw aSotJ everf Jnil comfort the.iccon.oioiiltoa of r'Jl Witrlei: SolmMrlM eigtuliliif, etc., fa MACNJocnrr Kaicoal vti: derfce foi THF, CD NAKD STEAMSHir CO., IT D, M4 R. s; MITCK.ELL; uEtHiHi.o'OE; ALT A, ;