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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THrtSDAY, APRIL 6, HERALb PAflE NINB; Water Users' Districts In Irrigation Projects Provided by New Act (Special to Tho Herald) EDMONTON, April dis- pute the House on Monday afternoon gave Initial real hie to the new act providing tor the of. er users' districts in Irrigation dis- tricts. This act Is to be taken in con- junction with irrigation districts form- ed 'under tbo new irrigation Ulotrlcls Act. and is designed to provide local regulailon of the distribution ct water formation of a water associa- tion. The board of trustees ol the Irriga- tion dlttrict may {Ire ascent and nom Inate some person to hold an election to choose- three to as a board of for'the water users district. The hoard of managers, when' elected, shall be a corporate body. Provisions are set forth In the act (or the holdtnf of the election, man hy such Irrigation districts users. Xs Premier Stewart oiplalned, measure, which was drafted at the lu' stance of IIou. McLean, mlnlales the I "er ol taking the vole, and voters ahsV be the: occupiers ot the land of the Cull age of 21 years. Duties of Board The chief duty of thu'board of rhan of public works, Is designed to cover rases of irrlgatlonlsts gfouplr.e them- elves together into suitable units for ogers is set forth In clause 12 of the bill as follows: 'Subject to the approv al of tho board, corporation or per or cald. psychology lere, however, and wl'.n remain, lere." Pritchard lUUd that af fflt aiae way as Johns and weat 90 to ay that he ready to to. Jail o serrp the sentence of LW court, ut "1 go to jail reiHtint t'tjiat'if a uan in to be true to ot then be to other man." .e declared. Would Hang Alderman Queen referred to. the op- position he tnd his put up vhon Mr. Justice Metcalfe ap- pointed to take charge of trial. He lalmed that Mr.' Justice. MettRlfe, could not help but be prejudiced. He also claimed that the farmers who had suffered IOJESS through the. itrike were not proper men to on the iury- "We know that the would ie willing to hang anyone'who'had been on he declared. lie claimed that he wag convicted merely because he was on the city council and did not prove suitable to the Citizens' Committee. George Armstrong, who appeared to bo very nervous, was Mr. Justice Metcalfe. he went Info a lengthy outline of the1 doctrine) lie had advocated, and asked It he had anything to say as to why the court should not sentence him. Armstrong then staled that he was not on strike, was not a strike leader and that in his mind the law had been given an unparalleled elasticity 'to cover his particular case. Application for a reserve on constipation, allowing 'accumulated' "foVonei iwo'and'three'Ve. of waste to remain in the system, espec-1 respectively, according lo thi 80ma tlme tn" ially tho colon, where tha entire blood highest number of votes cast for each; within an irrigation or proposed Irrigation district, may re- quest the'board of trustees for tbo tho cijriifoi 'Mil distribution of water sons supplying water to the district in the district. Iho managers shall have power ls ,hall have regard to the "ay bathing internally. The J. B. tbat tho occupier of land-within Cascade Is tlie only perfect appliance tho watgr UBerB ajBtrlct. l6 umjer this for tills and only iiuritled warm water is used. It positively re- moves constipation and keeps the sys- and healthy as nature Iii- tcnilcd It should be. v ,lf you-want to avoid beir.s sick or to 'regain your health, keep your system clsan niitl your blood pure. Thousands of Canadians have proved this .ivondsr- ful health-giving method, and scores been restored to perfect health by using the. J. B. b. Cascade -vrtlhout taking drugs of any kind. There, should be a J. B, L. Cascade In every home. It is being shown and .-.explained _at the Redi Cross Book Co., Limited. Ask for free booklet .all about In- act to be the peraou assessed." Prev- ous water users districts formed un ler the old Irrigation District; Act of 1916 are to ba continued, subject to the provisions of the new act, wllh- out invalidating any previous actions of the old boards.. rtu (Continued from Proht Page.) arid apparently 'with their families and freinds the court room. John Queen, In parllcn lar, keeping tha relatives of the prls oners, wio were In tho jury la laughter. When Mr. Justice Motcalfe entered the court A. J. Andrews, K. C., crown counsel, moved for sentence. Mr Justice MetcaUe asked If council for tho convicted men wished lo niak any statement, E. J. McMurray stutci that they did: not! f Mr. Justice Metcalfe asked for. the indictment, anfl saked William Ivens the first of the convicted men to b sentenced. If he wished to say any thing. Mr. Ivens stated that he dif nol, and was sentenced: As each of the convicted strike lead era received the sentence he was tak en In charge by one of the court bal Iffs and removed to the provlncla Jail. The families of George Am strong and R. E. liray followed then from the court, and were allowed few minules In private. Bray Causes Sensation A sensation was caused In the cour when Mr. Justice Metcalfo interrup ed R. B. Bray in hla statement told him thut ho bad just commute a more serious offense than that fo which bo was sentenced He harl In'his reference to tho coui as being, biased, laid himself open I summary fentenco for an Indeftni period. Crown counsel at the conclusion the session asked the court to tak action against the accused, Bray, uplioli! the dignity of the couri. Mr. Justice Metcalfe stated that th status of the judiciary of Canada w, being lowered by members of J.he Ie Islatures under the cloak ot privilege. He was tired, he said, of trying to ap- hold tho dignity of the court when this was going on. Tho time is coming rapltlly, ho declared, when men chos- en for tha honorable position of judge jwlll prefer their own private prac- j lice.. It should not, he said, be left to I the judges io uphold the dignity of Canadian law. Men should nol be al- 1 lowed "to mako speeches such as are i being made dally In reference to tbe j trial of the strike leaders In which your liver gels sluggish and i they refer to him as being a roprcsen- Inactive, your wholo suffers, i (ailvo of the "eapltallsilc class." Your bowels become constipated, I rjray, when making his statement, repsatcdly caused the court's dlsnleas- EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom of most iligestive ills. KI-MDIDS for indigestion afford pleat- ing and prompt relief from the distress of acid-dyspepsia. MADK BY SCOTT C BOWNE MAKERS OP SCOTTS EMULSION Truman, K. for the de use, stated today. The defense stal that they were at present prepar material for tho application. STEAMER. LAUNCHED NBW GLASGOW. .v 3. 5 lie stre! steamer'Canadian Miner ie siith io be built by the VNoy cotia was liunchi ere Saturday Mine -the-fastest sl.lp turned 01 f the Scotia yards. She reglsterW ,80D tons. m. J. Milliken, C. P. R. socllo oremttn at London, dropped tlea playing with his children. man loomed io Urge as a coatmdtr for fconnra. Not only were ie younf they AocortjDf to quotations fw. York the Utest come to HOC, lile erenlng clothes coit at leasl 00. KIDNEY PHLS on Your Cjustomers through Merehanit Bank, With Branches in all of and corres- thU BfJik is in position tO'preient Drafte promptly, 'have them accepted, and epltect; payment, with least possible trouble and coat to you. The will be'a-lad to take up thk OF Ettablltrwd 1804. UTHBWDCE BRANCH, :v R. j. DBWING, r'- ii'fritfitijl. SINCE 11870 SHILOH BAD COLD LEU However slight a cold you have y.'U chould never neglei.t It; if you do it can have but one result. It lenyes tho hroat or lungs, or botb. affecteil: Bronchitis is one ot the most Com- mon affections of a neglected cold, and neglected bronchitis the mc-t general cause of consumption. Wood's Norway Pir.e Syrup is remedy you rsquirs to cure Lhe bronchitis. this by the phlegm and mucous, and stim- ulates the weakened bronchial organs, allays irritation and subdues inflam- mation, soothes and heals tha irrlthted parts aqd thus prevents It becoming chronic. Mr. R. SnnbHrt, Francis, Sask., had a very bad cold, which left me with bronchitis. I iried al cough remedies and oils of, all kinds, hut they, all fslled.'At tost I got Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup and after using two bottles I hive never had a sign 61 bronchitis since, t therefore can honestly recommend It for coughs and Don't accopt a. substitute for Dr. Wood's. The genuine Is put up In a yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees the trede mark; prico 25c and tide. Maritifactur- ;d by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, BENEFICAL AH Canadians zboald mnember that the econ- omies necessitated by tbe war helped pave the wsy to Victory. ;V 'jj'ractisi economy and the way to future prosperity. _ A Saviuga Account is totli a moral god a uaterial yfff, T6a THE CANADliN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPtTAL RESERVE FUND -I LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Byymner, Manager. THE COST To your Estate is no greater by. appointing a Trust Company as EXECUTOR tKananiihdividaa! but you are assured at all times of the benefit of our experience. Correspond or call on us for further information. The British Canadian Trust Co. FIFTH' ST. 8., LETHBRIOQE PHONE 1843 The CANDY Crthirtk SHERIFFS SALE PROVINCE OL AJ.1IRTA, Wit: MIIJUJRN'S LAX LIVER MADBl HER your hund nchss, your tongue iu coat- ed, breath bad. specks float beforo tlic Ryes, you arc bllLm.', ijavc heartlnirn. watcr-brasti. pain under Hie righl shoujrlor, muddy loiil brown' complexion, etc. lleli) tlie liver to vos'inip >'i vrun1-1 functioii by removing the bib that circulating in the blood a ure hy slating that he had nol had a 30 Amhcrsl, M.S.. lake nlea. hi '.vritlue you ?l the iMoil re- ceived by using Pills lor lienilaches. was so bad 1 lia.l lo 30 to boil anil coiiltl not sit up, A nml two vials' have nifulc i well ns I can Pills are small fair irinl, that the trlftl and Ihe ver- dict were R tr'dvesly of lirlllsli jus lice, and referred lo Mr. Jusllco Met- i-nlfc as biased. A Class continued by stating lhat tho rugglo had been plainly shown In fh6 trlnl when well-dressed women had been given reserved seats in Ihe court to gloat over the sufferings of himself "and comrades. Represented Strikers TC. J. Johns was the second man to frieml lolii me ab.wl your Aondordil ne scntencod, and In a statement to tho court, declared Iliat any- thing hft had done hail been done by tbe onler of the men he represented nr.d to take, do nol gripo. weaken "t am pleased Iliat r carried on tITe or sicken do not leave any bad after- wort. feel that It is my life effects. I'rlcc 2Sc :i vial at all ilealcrs. he declared, ami went on to point out or innilcd direct oil receipt of prico by Tho T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, lhat any man who had not worked willi tho workers could nol understand the PDycholugy of Itw working cluss. Men "111. Stops' Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty, A few cunts buys "Danderine.1 After an triplication of "llanderine' nol find a fallen halr'or any dandruff, besides every hair shQWfl new life, iigor, brightness, rpore vigor anil Life Insurance ProtteU family If you dlt you If you live. A policy for H.OOOJDO in the of your when you die worth of than you juit going to out, Buy your from the Monarch Life, good Canidltn Company. HOLMES JQWETT 522 7th Street South, Uthbrlrfgc Ph'ine 1211 for Southern Albe-rti, ALSO AUTOMOBILE, FIRE AND HAIL INSURANCE By of a Writ oi Btecntlon out ot the of A1V-- A the suit at SHERMAN UVERGOOD ETAL, PUintiH V AND FELGER FARMING CO., LTD., Defendant And to me directed against the and of Famine Co., Ltd., I bare Veiled. and taken Into Btteutkm tie following and Darnel; One two-storey house, feet, on 1 two-ropioed JMA rtet, cm skids; i shacks, mi6 feet, on skids; S (backs, 8iH on 1 milkice machine outitit; 2 AJax 2i wooden gates; 1 Haoiman drill hitch' for 5 drills; 1 small hrtch for two drills; 2 milk delivery wagoas; 1 galfanljed hog feeder; 11 20 fiet long; 16 20 feet long; 65 round 12-foot 10 wagon and mower poles, new; Z10 feet of y-lnch boards; approximately 300 feet hardwood; approximately. 1300 feet lumber in 40 alreep panels, 4-foot long; 18 sheep pianela, 14 foot long; t rolls S-Kwt chicken 3 rolls, 3-foot-hos wire; 5 wheefbarrowa; 1 two-hone cultivator John 2 eardVn cultivators; 1 feed cart; 2 foiir-horse steel evenera with lead rods; 4 Handman' binder hitches; working harness; 37 collars; i atock aaddles; 12 12 martingales; 3 25 Ibs. blndertwine; 1 cream separator, Laval 15; S ftre eitlnguishwi; 1 four-valve tank pnmp with 2 twenty-toot hosei; 11 dnABs; 20 Ibs. dipping liquid; 1 gaaolinemeasupe pump, never used; 1 500-galIon gaso- line tank; 76 1-incb 45 sewer Otei; 100 pair of hopw- 1 1 small clover cutting machine; 1 Mt of butcher tools; 2 fifty-foot garden 1 clIppiBf rsscSiIno; i ten gallon chum; 1 garden seed planter. Junior; 40 forks; 7 6 postrhole diggers; 3 3 picks; 10 grain 1 of tee tools, 3 saws, 3 tongv; S wagon 1 five-ton jack; 1 set of pipe dies from %-lnch to'lH-Inch; 1 of blacksmith and tape, from Vi-Inch to 1-lnch; 10 fourteen-foot logttoc ;-l gaiollne pump; 1 Aladdin lamp; 15 lanternfi; S wagon axles; 20 doubletrees; 40 single- trees; 30 wagon IiouUuBj j jiaw doora; 4 wlndawz, 36x36 Inches; 1 step- ladder; 2 doien packacn machine and plow bolU, useful IS and chains (or binders and mowers; 4 chicken 4 binder canTacaee; 2 dozen reel arms; 1 doien pltmana; J doxen ml slati; 4 doien canvaa slats; B canvas J ihielda; 1 cheat of repair parts tor McCormlct 1 cheat 'of parts for Deeringi 1 of repair parts for mowers; 1 chtBt of repair parts for hay 1 cliest o( repair parts for 1 cheat of hand tools; 6 iteel blocks; 1 cage of plpa 2 oil stoves; 7 heating stoves; 1 cook 1 aet kitchen and room ntensila; 1 water heater; 1 ronnd feed 1 BcaldJngr.troogh; 1 sheepherder'a wagon; i 40-foot wmuiiiiu S foot whosl, water trough, 7-foot diameter; 8 iron bedsteads; 20 maUrwses; 30 plllowij K bed It blanketc and comforts; 2 babbit ladles; approximately 1 ton et iteel and Jron barf; 1 i forge; 1 flse; 1 boring machine with set of supply of blacksmith's bolts, nuts, odd ends of Iron, etc.; supply of loose and nuts; liippSy of automobile And tractor repnJrs; 7 grain bins- 12 hay glings; 1 typewrjtsr; 2 office desks; 1 ditcher; 1 Fresno scraper; 1 hand scraper. All chattels mentioned in this list are in good condition and ready for use. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE' ON taif, April IZth, AT FELGER FARM, SOUTH EAST OF LETHBRIDGE COMMENCING A? THE HOUR OF TEN O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial OlatrTct Lrthbrldje. Sherifrs Office, Lelhhridge, March 31st, 1930. SALE TO COMMENCE SHARP ON TIME AND FREE LUNCH AT NOON THE WONDER FLOUR HAVE YOU TRIED IT? ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. ASK FOR BOSK. COOK WIl-L-YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING If so OFFICES of the locitied at the following are reidy to you without chatta. ROWl HOUSEHOLD CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- KELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. in anrl deltcli Coupon below anil place In an envelope addreued Errploymtnt Serylca of together with addreia of the office your farm. Re sure ind stats bow many men are required. Your order will rtctive prompt attention. shall require tho following help on my (arm: Kxnerienced men................Wages............... Partly experienced ................Wages............... Inexperienced .....................Wages............... Length of time help Is required for Date v.'licn NAME Post Office! Ry, Station ;