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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TJIR LRTtmniDGE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, APRIL' 16, 102? People's Forum up George Foster Answers S Sent to Ottawa to Stir waters of the St. .Mary's and Milk Hivers for irrigation Tiu' members of the commission are equal- ly anxious to get this matter dispose! of. "Yours very truly. "C. A. Migralh. 'James rollcy. Esq., Canada Irrigation Assa., "Calgary. Alberta." The members of the International Joint Commission representing Can- ada are: Chas. A." Mtgrath, chair- man; Henry A. Powell. Sir 11. "The Irrigation Reiiew" Is the name M" tha official organ now beuig publish- ed by (he Western Canada Irrigation Association which holds Its oonven- (ion here neit summer. The object of the "Review" Is ta disseminate gen- eral information about irrigation which Is now live subject in Sas- katchewan, Alberta and ISrillsU Co- lumbli. In its first issue, the follow- ing Interesting information about the division ol the irrigation waters of the St. Mary's and Milk Rivers appears: HARDIEV1LLE THANKFUL Hardioville, April H. 1980. EJitor. Letbbrldge Herald: you iindly In your the following: To l.ethbrtdre School Hoard Committee: Dear Slrs.--0n behalf of the resi- dents of Hardievllle we wish to thank you the atteutlon given. Jo our siluwl. 1 can safely say that the s-cholars and tcacltere are all tickled over Uie transformation. 1 am sure all settle down to study and would keep nothing but tn the garbage, can pryper. and keep all .empty cans, hotiles. In I as an' old washiub or empty fuoltuV'van, tha garbage men could then place .ill euiply cans, etc. In the front part mid ashes it the bacfc of the car, and instead ot having to make many trips to the lip, they could amply tho Mheg.outp the baft places In, streets. There Is a splendid eiample ot can bo done with a lev- loads of ashes, iu u portion of I3lh Si of Adams This rleco of read was formerly not only the worst Lethbridge, but the worst (or many miles around. This good criterion of what can be done in other ADVOCATE FRENCH STHiKE TO HELP SOVIET RUSSIA PAH1S, April Workers throughout the coun- .try era Invited by tha General Kc-tiaretlou of Lubor to cense work on -May t for the purjxise a: "bringing about resumption of relations, .with Soviet Russia and nationalization ot public services." si Additional Classified Ads. rt'tflry. ano" Obsdiah Gardner, chair- man; K. B. Glenn. Clarence and Whitehead Kluitz. secretary, rep- resent the United Stales. It is the The question of the division ot the i 'nti irrigation waters of the SI. JIary's and Milk Rivers is one of great interest to Irrlgationists and >o the public gen- erally in Western Canada, and of vltnl Importance lo hundreds of people in Southern Alberta. For some time a Canadian and United Siales Joint intention of the association to con- ue to press Ibis until A sct- decision is reached. UAH all svclia uunLI iu fluuj give better reaulu noV that ill is so bright and clean. That Hardleville is along in great style these days is proved by the facts that ve hive u healthy Community Club which pro- vides socials and dances, and uow Principal ilartiu and Mrs. Boelye have n inuvins picture show, last night over a collection at the finish to cover expenses which fairly staggered our live wire. Thanking you for the valuable- H'ace la your paper, Yours truly, H. C. OOOPRKY, of the city. Yours truly. .MRS. M. K. TRAC.Y. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE (Continued froiii Pago A SMALL. QUANTITY o( choice alfalfa for sale. tiS.W PIT ton. at my farm, six wiles "northeast of city. FOf! "SnialT carload "of oals, renl good feed. I'rlce 75 ceuls j _ per bushel. Samute on request. Shut- _ Ueworth Jim. ATTACKS ARMENIA A SUGGESTION TO THE HOUSEWIVES OF LETHBRIDGE Moscow dis-1 IMitor. Uthbrldge Herald: patch received hero by wireless says; that the muddy rua roads attacked Armenia ami tliai the Ilepub- lie of Georgia has oifered to act as, an 'intermediary. British military au- thorities are accepting the Moscow report skeptically. There is no other pert, .ami former inspector of mines fur Ontario, died ayi to Co-opcrute. 1-TU.. Phone 777. Coaldaie': Ixnlibridge. HAY AND HORSES FOK SALE 50 TO 61) TONS of kocd sheaf oats, at M'J a ton. S OK 10 TONS of good blue joint liny. Must be hauled off pla.ce to toed. Also THMTY HKAD GOOD "WORK HORSES Can b'e seen al 13ONNKLL LUCKKY'S Karta. Three Miles Soulb aiid one Mile West of Coaldale. 85-18 .J. -'t R NEBRASKA HAY i HAY arid fEED FOH SALE Prices St.iS., LelhbrlifQC Phone 12S5 31-26 .have ji ilmitcd number of cars of Nebraska upland hay for sale. This hay'hnEi been na routo for lind will be ready distribution at Phono 455 for partial- ioe-0 PUHSUAXT to