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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOllER 10, THE DAILY HF.RAI.R Plant Will-be Completed by February 1 l.eihtrUto i-IUzons. will bo (Irlnklns Tiurc nuBiJuKcmsJ water Iiy noit ruary. j They bo Imbibing llio mnio old river filer, lml wllh llio "iilud" clouiebt Iruyurliles ellmlualrf. U will be llio Kauio old rlrcr waters but It nut their mouths U him ILroUKhiouc of Ihu iiiosil modern ijBteriis lu operulluH nuy- QQ the continent. Ihls Is tho Robert! Klltratlou tniu bclDfi liislallfrd. on tho river nals'.LObr Uie'.powr UOVBO Hud at ttiq luuut'li llio Inlak? from rlvor. Tho byEleni, WKS' contracted lor February, according to Iho or conlractora uiid ULU men ID ctiaree. nut) It be none loo Boon to satisfy Ihc thltsly populace, who tiavo aequlrcil a natural bcslUt every tlmo they out a glass nf l.nth- bridge itater to Ilielr Hft, Tim blf flltrttloii now being constructed wta ilven the "ouco- oyer'1 by Hertla uun tbe other diy, lu company with the city toui- alouera, and to uy ibo lean, fposk- Iroiu Uie ilewrwlut ot a layman, n lu BplU of Ibe somewhat bewild- ered Imnmilon created by the tlo.w Of the ex- perts, [lie Jookn rolihtr quite ciptble of uerlMtly per- form Ins the tolk lUatted (o It. TLIs Is tome inaklac Lelh- brlfiju purs, tut tfts fi! tcr will do It II It cm be done. The hit a of hamllliiK three million gallons tit water per daj. The liava'i capacity o( gal- loos at one lime. The sysleni U bulu ENDS PAIN That U irtukt docs when to a cut or ficralth, Ji also tiapz Uic blteuiye. draws w'il (he Eoreuou, end fiuilly ntsw itlrx over the Injured part. Mr. Victor of Alia., writer "1 BcrtLchwl my baud bidly vUh iuny asM. The wound pained jerrlbJr until 1 ap- plied Ztm-Uuk, but thle balm ended (be pain almosj M toon. 19 applied, and h tiling aooa Zim-Buk li antiseptic, and pre Tents any possibility of or hlood-poisoning. U Is nuilly good for and akin (rou- chronic sores and piles. AH Cu., "viOnto. "U. grams sent tills mocnfug la local min- uulaua ja llHnoU. nuw on slrlkc. FarrlngLon. Mate president uf the miner's organization. dedaroi) thai a.bcerei." Oner til Curku told ncivspapor men .iilghl thijt lio wiiB Klvi-ii poririE- sloa (o leave Itus'ila as sotm m poss- ible alter his rvlease from ImiuUuu- nieul In form-as of -St. I'aul aii'l St. I'cLer. "My Is lt> remain in Eng- land null] matters Jn Kussh become more Fiid (lurko. PRICES OF POTATOES Ottawa. Oct. fowl comroll- cr reruns .iho. lojlowlne in mines where the njcn are ;io'. lo work by Monday. October 22. local K nineVy charters will be ix-voUed. i cacll CMC; Toronto n Arrtit Strikers .General View Looking Across Sedimentation Bat la. so that It will bo qulLc easy lo double the capacity at. any time accessary.. Iti'tho flrsl place Iherc iq no lin- ger of the foundations Blip plug as hai licen the fa EC at (he power houee. icre are }2.2BO worth of piling hi Lhe judallona, on which Is resting the ant. Jn addition Lo Ihfa as will hu eu by one of the accompanying cuts, e concrete Is heavily reinforced by ael bars, a nil Iho entire hullcllot; iiEtmcled most solidly. The water, pumped Jn from the ver. Is Introduced first iiUo tbo entallojt basins, where tho sedhn'ent allowed to EclUe. The water IE ion taken inlo the filter beds, where niters through Ihc sand arid is made arc. afterwards being' t'ak'e'n lo the ty nialD3. The filter beds are of the l r.icJoru Lypc and calculated to their work to a nicety. TJie ar- gcmciLLs tor cleaning Ihc filter beds re complete. The loss-of-hcad Gauges tow when Ihc niter bed3 have be- no D clogged sufflclcnlly to require leiJiIng, The sand Is tlten agitaleil fllr, and then pure vrnler sent uKL with forco and the sand com- lelely purJTiGd again. Arrangements or flusltlng the sedimentation beds re also complete. The eyElem, when completed ivlll os( In tlic neighbor hood of J10 Comer of Sedimentation ilarfiyBhotvinff rrtaforrtfl gteel conslnicUon. wAlii' frh0 IK Ifl VAU UAV a I V 2 the Rev. SUPERINTENDENT OF THE METHODIST CHURCH, WILL SPEAK ON ront in France and Flanders" I lint; If. each case: Toronto (l.'JO; Montreal jl-97 to Quebec f2.02 to .ndlana, Pa, Oct. strikluKJSt. John J1.C2 lo J1.T5 tor I'rlnce miners o( the Amur Ford Coal coui-.warA Hland Fioek AIM! U.75 lo ?1.ST piny were arrested yesterday by Neiv Brunrn-M: while The Stockholm, Ocl. atlo.'i of rbc members of the new miu Isiry is eifcpeoleJ today. The cabinet vrill include all Literals, four Social- isla and a foreign mini? lor. Tlio ulll be distrlbut- t-r as rations: Premier. Prof. Etleu; fi'-.'ieii Affairs. Ur. llcllucr; M. Ixievgreti; war, M. Xlh-on; marine. M. I'ulratlerua; Interior, P. A. V. Ursnllng; ,v of Indiana rouuty and ____- Lho Blate conatabulary were tech-, wllh potalpea acurce. ideally wljli "hoMing up the production o( coal." according to lu- ror mall on that reached here from Ar- mer Ford, i'cuna. One hutiJred em- ployees ot the company went uui early (he day, Ihclr loadcis pxplaiDing thai they "were tired of walling on Clarficld." The mcti arc niewlwrs of the United Mine Workers, of whom ihcre are 42tflOQ ID 'his disLrlcl. Quebec market i-s reported utisieady PeLtorspn; minlslera without yortfol- M. ['etreo anU M. ITnden. PERMITS TO LEAVE CANADA Ottawa, Oct. coming the firtt elm called out der the Military Service Act will be given ptrmin leave Canada only If Ihey are able to show that they have complied with termi of Ihe proclamation. On this point the cuperlht-ndcnt Immigration with the the mllilla departmenl, hat luiM4 WILL THEM Washington. Oct. The tncni sei In root ton yesterday the '.-liluery to ayprtbend and punish U or man workeru vUo have Etartod raropatgn ID rooie Ucicn slates IQ the TO-NIGHT EIGHT O'CLOCK SILVER COCLECTIN London. Oct, Gurko, i former commander OR ihe Itusslau I Eoulliveslern front, has arrive I In Kngtond ivilh his wife on board Written, ship. "The correspondent ol Ihc Dally Express, who travelled on Iho same boat says that the fihlp was lying at 'ho enlranco lo the rtvcr oulslile the port' ol ATc'riaDkcl awaiting urdcrs to depari for England, when laic nt nlgiiY a lug stole sllcnlly aloBesldc' and ITVO 'uutrfcnllliert pussengers walkcil up Iho companion ladder. They registered under assumed names anrt It was not unlll several days later that their McnULy was es- tabllehed hy TCK- of the other pass- engers. 'How General Ourko evaded his eii- ilps al' Iha corrosiioir- eui- "and- reached Archangel; ow-.lio found, friends anil n retirement ia" Archangel must re- 1 C.SII. (A Letter to the By S. S. Ouuliam, Ctmlrmun of the Prom oil nu nnrt Puhlicitj- Commlllec.) erlatn the C. S. K. T. convention [or 917 for Southern Albcrla. not a money making proposition, bul L has for It3 ohjcct Lha raising, ot Lhe standard of manhood oT clUzens of Southern Alberta, this In keeping with the high-ideals and reputation of our City] Tho uture of our Country depends large j" the quality of ils manhood.' Tho 'teen need boy Is the gradual Ing claEB coming upnn the 'stage action. Upon him we H'lH depend for the progress during the comWp i on. Are ve big enough an cltl Lo show that Interest In his wel fare that (he occasion deserros? Le make a favorable Impression upon the enterprising boys Mho ;visit our city, and ,we liave 'secured frienda will stand by us during (he yours to conie. yea; 1 know may say this is hut la vlalonary? Rather Is ii not a plain lateiueiit of It mattera not, Mr. Citizen what hiirrh'you may atlend or Aether on a He nil any church, II you .are In- itcd !n (lift welfare of (Ihe .clly nd Ihc country you must he inierba.v 1 In the 'Lcen agedh boys, lyill you ol Ihrow your doors open nnd-vfd-, ome lo your homes the ,who re to visit us at this Convention? el acquainted wUh yonr cueeU In ic.fuliire yon will have a.frlpnd of 1m and Ills family, and on LheMovv ,13la of dollars and cents U will, pay on. Let's make llio boya ronvcnllpn he BUCCGSS Lhal it HiulHn rder to do this each citizen must do la_ part. TB 1 here Economy Buying Good Clothes Voii wilt tft't OHO, Hundred a Kiii( or Overcoat of tor cvoi-.v 1 spond in ART BROS 'and ii IHflcoxlra in (lieStyle, Fit and W They su'e tailored to your fit ;iiut snUsfaction t auteed. The Fall and Winter Samples arc your selection MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West People's Forum. SOLDIERS' FAMILIES To llio.Etlllor o( Ihc llcraia. Sir, In -your of loitls print leller.from a tointlrig mil Ihc hardships ilTal.ls ui'-Mh'e soldier's wllo by Ibo jirlces Lsked Tor IIOUKC rent. Do' (he house owners of Lotlibridge whnt tl means Tor n 'wonvan wllh a family to have lo pay 120 -.lo (25 for a house, out or Lho magtnflcen1 neome of )60? Jusl slop and reckor [he cost of aliHOlNlft anc lioir soon the 460 la eaten .tip. tnow Iho cry of Ihft nm owners: "Look nt Ihc poor fanla gol a few years back." Thay.don'l nilnill llio giving awaj' price for irhlch ttiey (ol Ihc properly. Mollher'd lliay slop lo consider that this fa tha lime lo elvo a IIUIc conslilrrallon fo the man who Is giving BO much lo prelect them mid -their properly., I arivlae7 Ihe powers lhal he Iq give A little more consideration tlia welfare o( .ihe. aoMlers' 'kldrll Ihe gcherallori on whom so miicli do flnd see Iliat-.they lure heMlhy and toon iiid do- tiling; becanab f warn you that If th profiteer Is allowed to nil his 'iwckcl ai the expcnso'of Hie health of tlr. net! Eenorallon (here will. lie son questions lo aiisveY vli'ei Ihe raihen come back retllie ho'1 Ihelr sacrlnrc has been 'mdvan ff May 1 point onl Ibal nearly, ever worker In (Includlnc Oev roars and Anstrlans) haTe.'thad I or rs and Anstrlans) haTe.'thad Ir 'tKes of .wages owing In high llvlnr -Hi; ''cen Iho.rovtrm wh r. l.Rtl.brldge, Oct. t7. Will Class One Provide The -.UT.-. It will be greatly to the advantage of Canada if ihe entire quola o{ 1 men to be niied under !he' Military Service Ad cut Kcured the first class that is, from the men between the of 20 and S4 who were uiiniariie4 or, widowers without children on July 6th, 1917. :y. Thii ij almost self-evident (or tKe following reasons 'it is admitted that, bc.tween the ages of 20 and 34, (he. MtTmge man at ihe height o( physical Sirtngth' and it most adaptable lo the change of eondHJoip from crfiiUn life; the mililary Service of unmarried men and widowers without children would lex dutreas list ol mast others, since they are largely without, dependent. Abo, it .would cntnil ICM fiuncul burden for. Canada, through separation efc. i estimate after all proper examinations have been allowed, Canada ilnuld be able (o produce from the firtf men fit lot service, to the drain upon ttke man pemer ol the country will not be Severe. I" Mernben ol Clan' Onc'yrill be well advised to present themehret lor eumirwban immediately to the Medical Board in their .diArict Upon examination ai to their pbytkaf liUma, they will be placed in 6na.'o( the following Category If fit service in overseas righting imiii. Category W overseas in Army Medjcai Corps Forejby BtttaUon, etc. Category if Si in Canada only. Category tf unfit for 'military servicd of any nature. 11 Hit jMlicul will h ml nt MnJ m ckan titmrtim Tllfi Mniicil CcrtificMe until IhoM m liumdiul etlefarr wW fed j ejemplren i ihMM tr6n Ihc fornt, intn nlkd will br. hmrtrded by ike postmait4r lo the 'itmtua U MrirKl, tna irill pUct ol bii trrriu, brtH1 lKe will ratdvt t> t oniftuto Service ;