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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-day, October 18, 1913 THE LETnBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 Mass P. M. Y. M. C. A. Auditorium. Address by Rev. "Bob" Pearson of Calgary I An old Varsity Football Star. Special Music. Everybody Welcome. SAY JIM HILL IS TO PAY US A VISIT Big Railroad Magnate to Make a Trip to This- Part of Province That James 3. Mill, pildlng spirit bt Great Northern Railway ar.d ono of the greatest vallrohd builders In the Amerlcuu cohflrient, will visit bridge and Cnigary towards the end of October is the 'information given out by tkosa Who claim to Save inside knowledge of the desigus the Hill In- terests have In Southern Alberta. Tup recent visit o! Louis Hill; pre- sident iho road, to this part of the jirovince some two or three weeks ago is responsible for many of the rumors flying, liut it Is. stated from Minne- apolis that his father's visit' has been arrauged, and tbat when he arrives'all doubt as to tho' movements of tba company will be .dispelled.. Jleanwhlle Cnl'tary.people, Etatp that on Loufs Hill's trip by sulp tbroush theVsouth, ho arranged'through a firm of. Calgary lavryeri to tale options on land In the vicinity of both Calgary and .Lethbridge, tie value of thb pro- perty In to about 000. It ii also stated.that Mr. Hill intimated that hU line would run fro'in CoutU to Lethbridge, and; ther.ce to fulgary, touciii; the' oil fields In the vicinity of Okoloka. MACLEOD HOSPITAJ. OFFICERS, j. W. MacUonald has been elected cliairraan ot tho -MacLeod Hospital Board. Hev. A. D. Richard Is vice- president and J, A. Virtue, secretary. Mr. McDonald' succeeds SupL Prim- rose, oi the Mounted Police." Became the Body-Bniidbf Power of Bern) bu 3 proved to be from 10 to 20 tim'n Ihe 114 sure you nave the best. It's worlh a trial f o find out "where you omi KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN IN THE PflOVINCE, get PURE MILK AND CREAM SOME PEOPLE KNOW Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Always Ask for Blue Rlbhona and'Bik- ing Powder. Like nil Dlue Hlblion pure food pro duels they arc of tho highest quaUty find nro soM guaranteed to glvo nvery BatisItwUor. or tf olher- -wlse iho p'jrehaiio prJco will be People's Forum Mr. I.G. Ogden of C.P.R. Celebrates had Busy Life Winnipeg, Oct. II.-Mr. I. 0. Oj- dfn, the man Tho controls tbe fin- ances ol the C.lMt. and after whom Ogdfn shops, just cast ol Cal- gary ate named, sat in his office yesterday and smiled. It was his birthday. On the desk- in front of him were a dozen b'jnches of flowers. "M; said Mr.. Ogden, with a wave of Ms band in the di- rection of the (lowers. "Never my age. or the fact that all the candles representing wy birthdays won't go- on the rate, but that 1 am still hale and hearty and have- i keen appetite (or work, and just he added, "when 1 join- ed the C.P.U. at Winnipeg in tho icry early days, the audit depart- ment ivas just composed o'l 6 clerks, WATER SUPPLY SCHEME. Lethbrldge, Oct. 16, 1013. fdlior Herald: 'continuation of my letter of the 12th inst. r'. Ltthbridge's wattr supply I respectfully submll Uie foi- tfpriog scheme as euitable for our city.. The moat important tiling to the greatest number ol consumers is eet- .ing Tillered water! treat this matter first. will therefore At the present .ime 26 per cent.'ol our water supply Bhould b5 filtered, tho remaining 75 per cent netd not be. nitration'ays- cms cost money; a plant to filter one million' gallons per day would coat at least J15.009. therefore I Get your Warm, Cozy, all Wool Bedroom Slippers early to get the best use of them. We have any and every kind for bedroom, house and party wear from wool plain or fur trim to patents, satins or velvets. Look them over at THE FOOT TOGGERY 602 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge worked ia th'e offices pi tic Old Im- perial banV next tht Bunk of Mont- real. Mr. extended his duties a.Btl became Comptroller, then Vics- and with the development .of the company the accounting work became perhaps the most influential now there ate 900." Mr: Ogden is OHP of 1i.e two three Ham and L. Armstrong being 1 fcalur, the" system, and Mr- remained with the company, since wjtjj jj or before jr.ception Hj And it was Mr. (Aden's .and because he Is much and .innumerable kind one could say EO. He has seen 'M birthday grow from the.time vheii intlunds enough to meet the payroll messages were to. his office, tok- eas ol regard which touched him not until-today when tbe payroll comes along sharp on itirne every moath. When he was in Winnipeg, tbe toad as far as Portage La Prairie and southward to Emerson, "and' certainly nobody thought ot tfhaf-we would see added ITr. 'detail Lord Moual Stephen certainly had visions." Mr. Qgden born in New York in and Ifcat is all thai need don't thick any more water than. about his age, for at beait he cessary should bo EO treated. It would Jjs. ybuqg, Iresh and unspoiled, keen be a: waste of public money to (liter water for sprtnVliag boulevards, wash-. ng paved streets and sup'piylng the 3. P. R. for waehlng-out boilers, etc.. u my opinion the water supply should be divided Into two parts. For illus- .ratlon I 'will call them domestic, water o carry all the water, uaed to distribute filtered- and street water. The present, wains being 'of "Insufficient" size and strength water for domestic "and an- entirely new main laid for watering purposes. All fire hydrants would be connected to th'e i very high pressure could be safely' used for fire lighting purposes. An abundant supply at all times can qnfly c assured by storage, and LothbrMge certainly possesses a very fine reMr- oir. refer to the .Henderson estimate that the ccststas.-at cast one hundred million gallons. TiitB ould bo used for street watering pur- >oses. The water-tower the sianil pipes a f nUetcd water; with this, arrange- lent the city "rrould be less dependent upon the pumping station and should t be necessary for It to be a hot down or a day or even there not be the slightest anxiety on ac- count ot fire. It would lie riecESEAry of comae to put a pumping plant at the laka lor pumping street water. The" 'fire' alarm would ring in there tueteati of he power house as at present. The pressure could then be bopttec! and the whole of It would be available In he city maina instead of p'J ]alf under tho present eyotem, the other half being lost forcing wale; up iho coukc. 1C Uie s not divided It be -.utoewnrj sooner or later to scrap the present mains and put In new, and if we ftver ;et as far as filtering the water.it will be uecessary to niter tovr tlie 'amount required. I think this general outline sufficient for the time being, the details I shall probably ex- plain In publfc. With these augeeB- ttons 1 respectfully offer my to Uio eJtvlors. You may add., my name to the list of aspirants to-the office of commissioner o( public works. J have had benefit of six'years municipal experience, having serred that time on the waterworks mcnl of a borough ot population uncter ona of Bngland's beat water- works engineers. For two years 1 held the portion of assistant mesler of machlDo drawing and detfgn In the School of Science and Art; ar.ce of my time has bccft spent aa a mechanical engineer. havd bceu a resident of this city orer three years. Thanking you for your .Indulgence In publtriiing my letters, I 901, Youre truly, VERXON PEARSON, Graduate of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers. (or work a delight in it, interested m the affairs ol the world at; large, hut chiefly and persistently doing bis duty io th? most- respon- sible position he about the age asked the reporter well, they can fire a man il they said Mr. laughing- ly. .ffhtti Mr.'pgdeti Joined the c0m- 13. Stickney was the gener- al was succeeded by. Van Horn; trailer" otiose guldaaiDS COQ- vHilrtf .was'; put into mat- ttri. Busicess grev. JJr. Van Horn and Mr. Ogden irtal to Montreal, and a Httltf'fti.4 gave him the op- porlualtj- confessing a. sentiment which would he _ singularly out ni place In 'tbe consideration ol logar- or din aril y. BI4HOP FORBES EARLY CHOSE OBSCURE LIFE KATHER THAN BRILLIANT r HONORS Montreal, Bishop For- bfi who week to of. came to be nuiked-aaKniir dlc of tie Chnirh -when tie might hare win His "way to the front SANOL- For the Kidneys a jKWiUvo cure for Gal! Stones, Kidaey and Bladder Stones, Grave] In the .'Bladder', Lumbago and all ail- ments "arising .from the Uric Acid ortg.n. Price rSANOL'S ANTI-DIABETES a remeny which has -obtejoed wonderful success In the treatment of I exrly u twenty-iis yean ago had he not a life of. sell ssoriace and humility, WM'related to a Dally Nail totb fn Canada and the United States. Price J2.QO. SANOL'S BLOOD BELT (Bal This sail is an excellent remedy for any dlatorbinces oi the digestion such as Dyspepsia, 'Heartburn, Oas- .Iris Caff rrh ar.d Sour Slomaob, tic., Vte do not publish mt 'copies can be obtained from ua jy. request, TOOK CHICKEN OATH, Vancouver, B. C.. Oct." the first time In Amcrlcnn history of one of the provincial courts, the chicken oath WM administered to Mah Qutng, a CTilnernio, who was t WltneM' In tho caso of seven men charged wllh rioting Nanilmo. After the WM idmlntatortd a young .ttltlle cooK WM procured, in jiliiced 'on 'K block of wood chopped off by the Tho ceremony WM wft- by a WINNIPEG, MAN. Selling Agents: THE FRANK HEOLEY DRUG CO. ALBEHTA Darken Gray Hair, Look Young, Pretty '_ Grandma's recfpa of Stga Tea apd Sulphur to naturally Ihitt nobody'can tell Almost everyone know.; lha; an! Sulphur, totnpourdcd brings back the na- tural color and lustre lo .the hair when faded, streaked or endi dandruff, i fog scalp and Efope falling haJr. Years ago tbo only way to gel .this mixture was to make it at home, which' Is iniissy ind ttoubleaome. Nowtdayi, ky uk- drug' store for "Wyeth's Sulphur iHnlr you will gel a Urge bottle of this old recipe for about SO cents. pon'l slay gray! Try 11! No -one can pussibly tell that you darkened you hair, it l{ docs it M and evenly! foil dampen a sponge or soft brush with U drw this through taking one smdll >t time, by tho htlr tni niter another ipplkntiou or two; fonr hair -heesmet betnHfnlly asrk, thick and gfossy. the Archbishop's paiace. .Wien'.V ybing; man; Abhe Forbes had tWo. aUernatlves'Before go Home jrlth.'a'brljilant future be- 'ore (he scjiolars and theo- .'.or to consign Mmself to a life VhjiB-ogie'jrtlV hidden away the Indians pi Caughnawaga. rle cho.Ee the latter course, arid many of his compBnioiis of those dayj con- Idered that h8 had burled himself for ever. Ahhe Forlxis enlMid tho hlcrarch'y' of Ctriadi by the Tory was thought twenty- six yewi ago would keep him fn ob llvion. Fbrhei never became a doctor .'oi divInitVi never followed a college .outside of 51on- treal.. for the hphoft'bf doctorate, the studying four years In Tbe Eternal City, were abandoned by him flee. WELL SHI NED SHOES ARE THE OrQOOD SHOE POLISH WYES A tyliQK, MKJJAHt PtUSft.THAT LASTS 'r A ITHE F. F, DALLEYOimlNo DUST No WASTE) CANADA iNoRuar Municipal Cold Storage jPlant Reduced Living Cost Cleveland, O, Oct the.spring.when dealers want wife, of Cleveland, Ulcen .at least fill out of that old-bogey, High and the city has: help- ed b'er do it. Vie of the municipal cold storage plant was- the hold by whtch tbe old bogey's ehpuldera Vere ptnuea to'the mat. The city's COM stora'se jlanl to the humblest cltlien.'u wall is too biggest merchant Small quantiUM of egga. hut'ter, cheese, fruit and tbe stored In it by individuals at a nominal price. Mn. Housowlfe of Cleveland can buy a barrel of flne today for ibout 'nd the of. zeal Call of Archbishop. One class-mates the'ttme teilj 'Ih'e story in the fol- lowing "Ai V voting man In the -Montreal Seminary as the bright- eat itude.nt orihV'day, leading his dais cm all occasions. The" Montreal College wu about to open In Home, forlfet was Iho first I student chosen to attend tho course. One day Mgr.-Fabre. then Archbishop of Montreal, attended. tho and (n oat-o< hb. (o the E In- dents totd the old Oblate Father (n, chfVge of the Indiana at Oughuweiai wu (rowing old and feeble, the ArchVishop no- body to hisi. The opening called lor life of h'tfdihlp and self- sacrlnce, moreover, the of the IndUa dlaltct. the. 'Xrchhlshop re- turned to his roort knock WM heard at the door, ind Abto Forbrt 'eh-fered. 'Tour he Mid, 'I have sonte lot letnrliii send me {o stld bli once, 'you uro the Drat oil IM list ,15 the Canidlan collffe ft( 'If I go to It will be for my own the young mui. .'My duty In, rife Is to Walla Wtiia, dct, It cost 'Ar- thur Browa, ol Milton, Ore, twelve miles from here, Just ?7-SQ to place a deck of cards on {he pulpit, of the Me- morial Baptist church, of that city, with Invitation to the nrlnMer it "study them." Brpwa WM and after spending the night hi jail fined. Tha recorder pive notice that u similar 'offence would coet one hundred dollars. Ell stoul, eighty yeirs of age, iniuctly, killed while walking on, t Q.T.R, netr Abbe Forees priesthood, IST- ortl kii dm. Thos did ReaMM IOM i brllVMt devotM Todey See of JolWfe i and hurablf I For by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridf4 ;