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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letiibridge Daily Herald, Friday, September 23, iiU.0. YOU'D BETTE NOT RISK IT Round Street Phone 763 If you're figuring on buying a bill of lumber, and you think that the quality and the prices are all about the same' and that it won't make any difference whether, you" get our prices or not, iust take this tip and don't risk it.. No matter what will be pleased to quote best you promptly and satisfactorily Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 PIONEER lUMBER CO. at Lathbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High Cteresnolm Nantoii Grauum Carmangaj Barons Kipp Jet. LEATHER GOODS LADIES' HAND BAGS to ti LADIES'' AND GENTLE- MEN'S DRESSJNGNCASES to Bill boolts, card cases, drink- ing cups, cigar cases, SEE 'WINDOW DISPLAY E.A.EWEBT .Rourid St. IRRIGATION PROJECT .The government irriga- tion project in Mexico, whicb .will store. gallons of :ter and ..inmate .180 square miles. OL is! ucscribcd' by L. W.'Tlm- vis in the October number of Popular Mechanics.- .lie says.: ;i :'J iust- completed the Roose- velt dam of the Salt river irrigation project in Arizona, the greatest en- gineering feat ot' the age'i art a cost ot nearly now "f construction 'of a" similar in' Mexico'. It will be a great res- ervoir. a-tMSngle, connecting two di- version dams, one loca-ted at Leas- ;the Bother-120 .rnlles north-oi "77." "77 Engle Reservoir its di- version dams jjo'-'-Jianics's' the waters oi G-rfLrJcle "river" of far greater .magnitude tium the: Assouan" dam' of 4lie" 'Nile Paver, Egypt, now reputed the. largest irri- gation project in" the '-Vo.rld. 'The En- gle reservoir'alone n'ill _'Hold twiceras much water: as'the project! will be "40 TnilsS'ln length'- and'" reach! an average1'width nearly miles, varying'" -from three' to miles." In it" will "-be' stored matelv acre-feet flow of the Rio six approxi- CANADIAN FLAG WILLBElSiGHT Hon, "id--At-j tend the Dry Farming LETHBRIDGE IN THE LIST Of Cities Opposed to tKe '-Bonusing of Industries Spokane, u-eorge Harcou: agriculture of berta, advises the board of control of Congress that Hon. Mitchell, of Medicine: Hat, and" otner 'prominent officials tb'e pro- vince, .will convention in this city the first, week in 'OctobeV. The Monetary Times, ot is carrying on a campaign against the municipal bonusiag system and is re- fflAMOND CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZES .Qffiqiais Elected-Walks to Must jjiauioad City, Sept. AC WGIH an of UT JAI lAI "his boasts. Haiasay Macdoaald, been a is tured member of the Labor party. He is1 widely read, and .has a coritri- HOW PARLIAMENT DINES and for Britain's Hafiito Change with municipal bonusiag system and is re- City, Sept. the deputy minister of.-ceiying approval .tnroughout? the cooiH meet.ing.of Of the Village the Province of Al- tr.v- of .'.Diani'dnd City 'Mr.. T.- N. Christie in "Make-up" of House. ,'rnomas Power O'Connor's latest let- ter '-tc> the Chicaigg; Tribuae, describes in- the stye, tiie Houser-qf Commons rest aurant. Jtioiv breakfasts, tuuon serv-j.i what of and rerreshui Atus w {and. taeir fl'len-Js consume. o: er catering to club Alberta borough, Li'thbridge, duly notified that the law j side is the one he calls attention to. Ontario; Toronto, .Ontario; 'them" to have their' the in tho "i-ej-soncel of butor to several journals for jwm. He noie Mat you are a nsi t.his -Aftouf-tfiis-iOme-of vear the refresh "This is an 'important matter' with" OI cu.ies which> are opposed, to of building .the Roman .Catho-jmenr, denartmem. of Com the. -farmers. .1 'believe that if the niaauiacturers or muus- church has been commenced. .._..-. Vve wish lo state that, this tanners. "study .the compare monthly the 'same. .my _., nv -for ,a, nugiiter ol years, tney be in a, position to. .know ter where they are at and to handle! the-.soil more; intelligent -manner. of win i bring to the._forefroht.-ttie cessity of the" various states and: provinces issuing- giving tne rainfall and making comparisons with the precipitation'of former years Mr.J.Harcourt promises .to'send to. jmons Tmblishes'a short report of-its _ of of t-Qe is ty comes mthat list L'Cthbndge mofld City, school district have- -nm vtut-n n_.is ottering at- issue debentures ,tg jpapers'a certain amount of comic j the-' of froni the pro-, 'couv water-' at but otherwise than we are, absolutely opposed to-bonuses of anv k'ind." tnis.- erected, SAVOY HOTEL MYSTERY.: house iSj.wnen they are in want of such Tale of Empty Bottles. to the inmirri' Attention "is compressor being in stalled bv- The toal -Co.. Till soon be -'_ -T i JkiAJ4-UUUX- ready-.for operation, whije Avork upon erabie glasses of" the splen- new--" ventilating.; system is gressing, Secret Operations, Go j new. build- 'ing is nearing-com- total tail- the'i of On Day Sept ..doings .are in. progress at the Savoy Hotel. precisely portend, it'-.'is a: coat.Vot7' on" it, for use "to decorating the state'! to say, -because thp builderSj armory, where the sessions' of the 5Iedge'd''to -secrecy, congress will be held: Tins flag will '.-draws a courteous ve be 12 feet In and one the of ;the a grand, sentJ-by--Minister Metaerwell, is 'being.carried out of Saskatchewan, and -besides.a large, i 19 but beyond 'that it would not be safe to yeiiture.' Knom the Eni: Gardens, tne're. is a constant procession of cui-ious pe.ople (to. watch, the- tiie.-builders, a- choice, _'.. Tliree new are. toeing witfci delegation- "from, -.the -department; of agriculture of Alberta. ihampagne -bottles, f the" "magnificent ipouring of has: taken rolace durin and out- tne i 1 >U1O.VC to the, general of tte na- appearance, of street. tion Dci-Beemaii.and J A....Anderson, c] at eeh engaged in their "-work Monarch, -were .yisi-tprs in if, it happens to 'be a Liberal" House con- party which stands ideration the-WitliTie nf sidewalks aU. 'principles intended "to diminish sidei-ation the y alonjr-.the principair.streets of .the-, vil- lage bpfore the -tne. year, some- thing -'that appreciated GY-PSIES BROUGHT. THE' i. -'-CHOLERA TO Washington; Sept.- The ITALY recent epidemic in Italy- is to.- the- debarkation- -of a- band of Rus- sian gypsies; 'The origin of .tne -in- teetion-isi-des-crtbed .toy- Surgeon- H-.. B. it-hree years--will-.be required to'fill the- reservoir. The cost- of- --the- i dam .will reach, more- than-i c.ompleterd-." allons -or in a -report .to-.Che The department.- G-rande: rivet'-iort T6WEL IN SCHOOLS Los Angeles" Pupils Required to Bring THeir'-'Own -Lmen Laundered. Keep It Los Angeles, Cal., 'Sept. Jnent for the .-pub- lic towel -Here- after each scholar will ;be required -to iBring his or her own towel, and also to Keep it 'laundered. Tihe- board of education haver -decided -to provide places where--personal "towels can Kept. ONTARIO PEACHES MAKE BRITISHERS DOUBT London, sept. Ontario government's window display of.ipeach- chief object of interest to passeraby in the Strand. Many.have Deen heard to express. th-eir as to whether the peaches '.had ibeen music C .the .one .of th'ese f Christie report a reports. Only brisk demand for lots.- garden, -where visitors next" year enjoy an uneouailed prospect of the Tnames 'panorama, while. listening to is the burden of another rX The most extravagant is that the Savoy, 'taking time the. forelock is erecting a. station which." .will -be. a "good pull up" for -dirigibles and aero- plane's. 7 whatever may.-be the "purpose of the builders, their operations" are an excellent lesson in the art of con- rfie consumptibn, of strong..drink. matter-.of ..fact, there are in tie LABenal ,Jnany gentlemen who can take .their7drink vdth-the 1 most been appointed vehement Tory; Liberal club, the constable ttetorm ;Rall Mall has, the re- The plac- EHtation -of.'having better -wine than ed on Messrs: T.- N. grswn'm CanadaV asking and getting ones and 8 pence struction.' the hotel, -and front -the sides P..D. ROSS GIVES UP T-KE CUP TRUSTEESHIP. Ottawa, Sept. D. Ross, "pro- prietor of the Ottawa Evening Jour- nal, has resigned the position of trus- tee of the Minto Cup. He says he is too busy to undertake the duties fur- i tner. -Retailers' here are 6 'Deuce for small i for .larger ones so solid a' style ihat lt miS'nt (tended to last years, instead of a con-- temp'iated Tew weeks: The great 'beams are .'together, and tnere are eleccrfc-.lifts'-instead of the usual -derricks. By these lifts, the' workmen, a; a TO the and there are: electric oells means, of whi: u ih-r utts can oe sumniC'-iea. A double shift of -workmen, ench" of them wor'i'ng and thus man Kas confi- dence only in what he knows is nght. Fit-Reform Suits give that confidence which a man feels when he knows .he is dressed by a tailoring organ- ization that has no superior in the world of fashion. Fit-Reform Suits express the real style thoughts. Be guided by them ard be correct. 134 QUEEN ALEXANDRA-' ASKS A SECOND NATIONAL HYMN: The .Request Has" Led to Something .Like "a Sfissticn Land. in" the Old Sept Queen has comuiis Sir FrajiCis Tosti. the we'll known., composer, "of many faib.ou.5 SOR.US, .to- for uer nausic: o1' :i which it is desire to-uecomoa sort of ary national anthem. Its is to be "God Sive Alexandra. Tnis oa tiis ,of tiia mng. Edward's consort .is as yet on- ly, known .to -out. it is calculated to make a sensation when the news oecomns lc is -an esting addition to what, may .be tenn- ed Quoeu The pu'blic already, is aware of her Majesty's to sink hii.o the relative'obscariny of Dowager wasting no of the or or Mothsr. which indeed, any other club in, London. r> M Cost: of -.Sobriety. And., yet -it; is true that- ;ess liquor is consumed the members' of the present Liberal party r.han .used to -be the case.-, THe Parliament; before 'this -consum- ed, such a small 'Quantity, of. liquor that the refreshment department was almost threatened with bankr jptcy. TJiis was -partly due to tht large num- new Labor members, who came into -the House at that memorable el- ection. it-is true that ins men in the Labor rants, and w.ho unions the most promeneut, -were men; of the most ab- stemious, habits; Two of these splen- did veterans of the past are still mem- oers of the House of Commons. One of these--is Thomas Burt, or "Tommy" Kurt, as. he is Known. "Tommy" B almost universally i-t is a little man not Aii inst-illation of arc; is -aibnorrent ic enough t-j carry c n dra took early In an is em-ployed. -gives tne work wil. 11 it intsrrnption extension of this kind time nr-nually is the most importaaz lavtor, beer, use in spite of all "precautions, there be -a certain- of noisa when .building is in progress, and this not. recommenil to patrons. Tjje elevated hive of illuminated inj Qustry in the centre of the Victoria is now une of the sights of London, anl people come miles to see it. One thing is certain, that the sooner it to be one of the figliis the'oer.'ar tHe dnectovs of (.he uolol win ibe plaasda. We shall Ivnow in a Tew what is happening behind this norteati.ius barricade. NEW BRUNSWICK HERMIT FOUND DEAD IN HIS HUTJ St. John, N. B., Sept. hermit' Known as John Simms, the trapper. was yesterday Zmind. dead in iis hut near JLepreaux with both feet almost saot ..'.He is said, to .have a wife! land daughter at S. j seven years the man -has lived, tne We of a. recluse, hardly speak- ing to another human being. o her. Queen -Alexan- opportunity to signify her disapproval of. the" title and had herself always described" in the' court, gazette as Alexandra. Queen Alexandra's commission to Tosti is'regarded -as an indication of her intention to take a 'conspicuous part in-public Ufe, and in some quar- ters there is much speculation as to how long Queen Mary will acquiesce in her royal mother-in-law's ambi- tion to Keep the first lady in me' iand'. James Wilson, a former Chatham hotelkeeper, dropped Wm. Stephens, BJA., graduate "of St. Mary's. Ont.. Collegiate1 Institute, has taken .a position on the staff of the Manitoba Agricultural college. much more than-5 feet 4. with a frag- ile delicate, frame. He wears a long Deard, reddish, but now tinged with gray. His cheeks have that high color often character- istic of with' -delicate constitu- 'and J2.e-7aa3 often been seriouely Ul within 'the 1-ast few years. Beloved Brother. He wears spectacles and would pass a.teetotaller, Cheaper result of having .sticty..-such, men in the last is that the consumption widsiey went aown dkinpa-giie was almost a-drug-on the market There was also. .Eor years, the dinner.in the House of uommoas was rather -dearer than small Durses could afford.- It has not, w.hen the farneliite' party swelled' irom 30 to 80, most of "them poor men of simple habits, .Joseph. Big'gaf, who was treasurer of.-the party; ly set to nave the pricw re? And reduced But' a i-urtner reduction was made-wien the. Jja-oor-party came in such large num- Now you can have dinner iat -the Ho use sisting 'of .'several .of J.yario.us and-, Run on Soft brinks Another cause Tefluction of the drink' bill.' in" .of Com- mons was the large strong, who in; tne big' 1906.: 7 Many of -the- -wealthiest? "fliibsrals were teetotallers. The- cocoa --rnanu-: lacturers -of England- Quakeres and t-eetotallers. 3oapmiakerr is: practically., a teetotal-'' ler. -The .result-.is that-when you arc at a dinner table in the house of Com-- dons now, it is most likely "that you' will see nearly'all -glasses lilled with: water aoid nothing strong nearby. The affairs of tha._ refreshment are managed! ;by a. small, body of inenibersV :'elected by the. House, and- the The "ciairnian has a separate room to himself, ..and he is; in a measure responsible for the good living of 'the- members. It iei of course, purely and some members talce it seriously, and some -don't. TJr> to a-, few; .months' ago tut Dlace was .by Sir--Alfred- Jacoby. Jacoby was- the spoiled child; of the House of Commons, and for: himself everybody loved Mm. English .by ibirth, a Unitarian-Chris- tian -by religion, Jie came of a German- Jewfsh stock, and possessed a'lovie of good living which 'belongs to the two races. All Fond of Toa. Tea in the afternoon is as much, a necessity of the Eiiglisimian as the There is also the Terrace 'Which, in summer' weaker is quite a fashionable resort. Yob .will see on it .hundreds of la-dies in Bright summer wear taking tea and 'istraw- Derrles. Here members are veny glad orten during the hot -weather flo take tneir and many of. them spend far more hours during the-sum- mer there than they do in the itself. The Terrace is also in sum mer at 10 to 11 o'clock at night'by ladies-who-iiave dined -with members and take their coffee and liquors there after they have had dinner in the dining rooms which are open to ladies. RAILWAY COMMISSION SITTING AT WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, Sept. Railway; Commission at its session here to-day resclnded the order made at .Oti with regard to the C. F. R. Tie 4 Stuckey to-All: Kfcuj6: of. Carloads- etupped ok receipt of order. 'Get our prices.; Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. on commission, either 'by .pri- vate treaty .or public aubSon: WAREHOUSE SALE 3 YD -SMITH ST. Rear of -Dallas Hotel Phone Rountt St ot Off Coal, Ice and Westierift Transfer Co. LONG- BROS.Proprietora -OfBoe nest Arcade Phone 1163 JOHN D. HAD NO DOLLAR? Is Villagers -Theory of Dciajfetf 'Gift ta Boy Cnardon, Omo. -Sept Join fil Rockefeller" ap'p-arentlv carry any change when he goes Iprtb. .in- Ms automobile. That's the onjy .way the. Chardon folk can figure-, out j Tolin: D., who rides out nis'-GJeve-; land home two. or Veek, wished to give a- boy fa Yed 'Nation, an interested is soft and low, he speaks with i claimed he had not heard when a strong Northumbrian accent that ig sometimes rather difficult to under- stand, and ie began life In the mines as a. child. He was almost entirely self-educat- ed, tout has managed to make himself one of the best read men in the House