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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 THE LETIinniDGE DAILY HRRAM) PAGE NINETEEN Tlia followlDg to fanusrs of tram Roe. i- Meighsn, ot tsUrior, Ot- tawa, will ci InUiMt (0 'Southern AHwrts tor Iti eronce to Deaf have jrow letter of the 13th ultimo with which were enclowd coploa o( cerUia rwo- lutloni passed at the annul Won of the U. F. A. 23rJ Jiauiry Hth to With. reference 16 rewlotlon regard to ule at tohool to returned I mar nf that ropresuatatlcma to may say that there ars a Considerable number of ranches In tbe vicinity o! Corarey, the majority of which sre held under the pretest regulations. These leaseholds, before .Die leases were granted, were inspected by -iur Ranch Inspectors and reported unnt for agricultural purpoiea. and In each case the applicant (urniilieu a deolira- tton that he-had polled notictf ai pro- PioilnrUl Ooraroinent by yldod In the otherwise BolAUr thM the neoMwrr tf will ahorilr made whereby Mldlor HttUn with the easary "it Is the lease would, not have ;been jrant- As long as thp lessees comply and mar be enabled to secure school landa throughout the Province of jUfeirta at their (air appraised It is hoped that arrange mean will satisfactorily completed to permit o( the soldier Millers tearing inch lands and commencing operat- loou Uwreoii acKr this Hiring. In 10 far ai concerns the resolution wtik to crulBf .luua, I cum ways and means for raising inon- few ot the things tho "loaders" have Harvey Robinson Fund Helped WHITS MM FOLLOWS WERE TE TOIJW The "safine water LHtle Mutlom wo for nuiy yeare deed. by the Indluw to (heir- sick-aM ailing to (he 'water from ikk .lake, .orie CanxU'g grwttsH M anUUbU for m. A glasi trirr morning wiii rtfrerii aad crrars thtS'heaid, purifies tht organic and q np Uie'body tissues. time you are at the dntgglats yotf 'wll! find U always pays to keep a bottle in the house. Martin's Kanlttu Htalth Salt It an effer- veecint iiilint of mush mlltftr form. only, Uartin's Hanitou Otntmtnt a OLD'BY ALL Staadard Remedies Limited .WINNIPEG, MAN; with, the conditions their leases are not subject to cancellation. The bal- ance ot the ranches are held under leases containing the two year can- cellation olauie, and were reported unfit for agricultural purposes before Ihe leases were granted. Two of the leaseholds in question were granted prior to 1807 and the regulations un- der which they wero disposed ot did not require the posting ot The of the other ranches hold under lease containing two yeftr cancellation inmlsbed declara- tions that they had posted notices. leases cannot he cancelled ex- cept by Order in Connoll and on giv- ing two years' notice. The two leases granted prior lo 1307 expire this year. Regarding the resolution from the Lethbridge District Convention oil the aubjeot ot irrigation, I may say that, because ot the wtde-aprcad Inter- est In Irrigation development In Southern Alberta, due in part lo tho partlal'or complete crop failures dur- ing the past two or three years, the whole question of Irrigation develop- ment been discussed with the gov- ernment of the Province of AlberJa, with a vlsw to having the responsl bllltloa of the respective governments clearly doflned. An agreement upon this point haj been reached' and the Dominion Government will undertake (he responsibility of making surveys and will thereafter furnish engineering advice, It desired and requested, either by the locally Interested ties or hr provincial government. Tours truly. (Sgd.) Arthur Melghen. By School Fair Committee Busy (From Ow COWLEY. March The last ey to help till their treasury. Mrs. Cotton, accompanied by her brother, Mr. Lealla Beit, loft last week tor England. Mr. aud Mrs. B. O. Morrow lefi morning tor Seattle .where they will spend their Easter, holidays. Mrs. Percy Buries, wiii> is staying with Mrs. Littleton, is receiving con- gratulations on, the birth of a son. to contend with. Miss Lougheed, Ima teach- ing lu one of our rural schools here, loft on Saturday last. Bhe had to re- on account of not being qualified to teach High School work. LLOYD GEORGE DOES NOT TALK "NICE" ABOUT U, S. A. CONSTANTINOPLE, April ikavkaz, an Important mlllUiry sta- LONOON. March 31-The United (f0n and trading center lu was handled without glovon by has D65n captured hy the Russian Premier Lloyd George and Sir according to re- Coraoi.. tho Clster Unionist leader, lujcelved here. The'school fair committee seem very busy holding meetings thesa days to arrange prlie lists, etc., for the anuual. sohool fair. j Wr. D. R. MclTor intends to leaio' tha debate today la iho houss of com-! on a trip west this weak, through to mono, on tha second rcii'll'is of me Vladikavkaz, capital of the territory the coatt and around to Bpokune and Irish HU. Ths said It was ac- of the Terek, 1s sliv.atel on the Terek dance for the Hirrey Robinson fund back. He says If he sees any place tlon such as that taken by the United river and Is about 95 miles due north was held In Tustians hall under the he likes better than Cowley he Is go- States senate la adopting the Irish of Tlflls. It Is on the northern slope auspices of the Cowley Institute, as-j Ing to make'preparations for eu'.ilius resolution that has fostered secession.: ot the Caucasus mountains, and Us slated by the Lnhdbreck; W. I. A large there, crowd was Ir: attendance And every-1 The demand for feed theso days one seomed to a good. eiceeis tho supply, Ono 178.60 was the anioaat taken In at the ternoon last week thero were one door. The monthly meeting of the Institute dred and twenty teams walling for teod. held In the1 on Bat- Conditions "up north" hare hinder- urday sfternoc'V A.'decision was rend