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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PMK TWELVE iriK I.KlilrllUIMih VVt'KKl.Y Ilf.HAUJ FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1919 TelU Is Done By Way of Dew'.opiiiK Indus- Prerails Irrigation as a source of HON. DH. KtNO f (From Our Own 'ORAN'BKOOK, B.-C., April About fifty rreinheca of the Board of TricJe, with their mti tor Inncheon today at the Cosmopolitan noiel rwia, at J o'clock, and after dolnt Jurtice to the Tiandi pro Tided by the boat, liitMed with deep Interest to dlffaraat tpeaiera. Mr. G. J. Sprenll, preildeat of the boaji. presided and propoaei tke toast U Klnf. Mr. N. A. WalifMer, Mr. of Conaolidatsd Mtn- ine and Smelt lag Co.. Klmberly, and PalmcinlBt, manager.of Parry Creek Hydraulic Mining 00, spoke re- gard inE toe mintalg thdastir, ana fjrred plejidld program iraa ren- dered, after which a dainty lunch was yousg People wound up s very enjoyable evening by trip- ping the light fantaaUc until the wee rmall hours of morning. Entertain The lacal branci of the Nest-of-Kln ilion OB Wednesday night held a public reception for all vet- lilfnl.iirovlded the pro- for the evening, during which erery returned roan from presented a gold signet ring, in token of appreciation of hi3 part in the biff Trar. Orer thirty men ivere present on occasion, will wto' not able to be present their rlugi to theni. There- are still some tvMtjr" cm who Ml jet homt, but u they retain (her" fee, prwonted vUh the slit i Sthool It U that a morement la en toot lo locate a Central lllfh achool at point In tke Paaa will all tm. ThU will be a lor fmrlllttM to at It frill tra.1. prawat tchooli. They will thoi be able lo drov tha school work, aid tali will th to a lu Wbor: Ttt MiTltt U CASEOFSLEEPlNu FERNIE in (Ifton KontuMot to eitabllth a oanp for aoldlan them oM tlM an M4 be ibeaa w he tne aeey green DWBE i the deei) Mis alfalfa, In which hofs, sho; or cirt to sell at thai price. number of teaant throughout Lethbridge firmer! district fenced ail of a proaperlty which Is be- Uc bdlt uj en Unee. A mea- sizfltr prices U a good Illustration of its produrtlre ralue. Men who hare land here for t year or -oca frith other The con- ua ol oC thcs? wen Is tbst iie facilities for irrigation in South- rn Alberta equal or ore superior to hose to which they have been accus- omed. A farmer "who cume Ircnr ne of the Irrigated districts in Idaho arly this season waa at first what 'dfEcounged with conditions In nla are Wilwaw Mrty, CcalMa is svw ;u Httre bwanm cotra, witb a limber Tart, wajdBMf. narttt. aieTMor todtitea, bank aui otbcr commnalty Is atao by tree beat and moc) tabeali U Waat. Prokabiy oenMnonlt nceSred more coo- Who hare purcbaaed luds at'Ui-? fclE'r. which oaa been paid by tnoe wto have serOrt Coalftalr ommsuctty duriog tie lul ircaaalug aoV pur- chase during the last rear or tye are numerous and the Inference __ that the buyers made siifi- cleat money out of their to afclfl to purchase land on which they were grown. This is probaMy one of tbe moat striking facts in con- tectloa with the development of the district, for the men who have txmtbt these linds tnew what they capable ut producing. As for demand tor IT tenanta is unprecedented, notwith standing the fact that rents have doubled In many.cases during las yeais. Whereas at that time win y n .Und in pur oy this Urrltcry. A satilar {arm four Tbifes vresiL tt ac Krs, Ihe qmrter him for f W w TWi any a'ttaciotVJ mtv wuld not rentea! thslr !ar.d on the crop plan received much rcore than this In. many instances. Ths (Kstrlct has farored by th and aettlsmect tbere of a larga lyimbar of settlers of high arer igt inteltigftncff. of them bar iad eipsrlsnce with Irrisallon Tfhere are able But matters his return to Idaho later the he had an opportunity ti coadKipDB and crops In hlJ iid community Trlth those In -the LethbrWge district, and he' came back highly elated. "Conditions in Aloerta are ever so much be said. aboyi tat Lsthbridgt district are InterestinE because reflect the econnous o! tbe other irrigable areas ot Soulhen Alberta. From like conditions y be CTnected. 4nd what Ii accomplished at Lethbridge can accomplished... ID other par Is ol TRUCK LOADS OO.UIIY Sculhein T similar con- u H is only during the last few years that peojple begun' to appreciate at their proper Talue Irrigable nVar J hut since they have' begun to reallie their worth development of the country has gone on apace. The effect ol this de- baa been awakening ot interest in other Irrisftble areas ]n the Ite province acd a more rapid settltment of As these artas are considerably larger than the I.tth- bridge dlFtrict th- effect o( 'their oe- Ttlffpment on the of U to tie tfl rent ol mlomoliile, a better of roads were now re- quired also more trunk lines, thia mitie the aubjsct Terjr difficult one to handle, especially in British Colum- bia, OTi'lng' to the ilte of ths proTlnce with Its smAll population and tbe physical dlfflcuilies to oyercome, tut assured (he meetlnp that the matter j their earnest attention. prorlncM.... The mills at tie district Wera now ranulnz tall capac- ity, aid >t. a recnt mMtlac ot tha o! tin ilitrict, taa Tailimf Xr. f. i. OMimoBt said -nr. to aoU P- and the clt- itcia la faerai- Tha C. P. R. alnm (Ia4 to aarirt ta derelorrit In- Uy in bed for a week with wenknesa and pain, but your med- icine has done to much for thai.I am recommending; it (Ing Ijnsy. The baseball nnd (ootbali nro at rraclfce regularly BIK] are that In tlio future to be ablo lo all cornerp.' H. CJ. Oclendahl lofi for Vancirarer on Wednesday morning. to afl mfff ring women. Jt certainly 'a treat medicine and Is a tote road to health for You may publish letter if you W. C. SOCIALISTS TO ASK QUESTIONS LITTLE, R, F.D. A, HatelhiiArt, Ga. Women who suffer from ncrvousnfss, backr.che, bhiei lind other symptoniaof a iunctlonal derangc- rrient should give this famous root and herb remedy, j.yijia E. rifkham's Veg- eiatifo Compouml, a trial. Fnr forty years it orereorn- ing pueli hilmpnt3 of women after other rncdicinea havti failed. PARIS. April Htci...... arc pending from Kcropean Interests group has authorized Marcil Cathlri I tor an unlimited ouantity of. lumber, lo Interpellate the govcrnrnent tn the' -.-.ifn that will run into billions ot and '.chamber of deputies on the recent KnVnl.m Mcllic' will keep the British Columbia mills j'mov'croent of This will Imvo The minli operating day and night nt full carnf- Jinrllciihir rclation'to the aclivlilca nl anrvirc, sirl letter will he hew in Supply..Ibc jlroaiis around industrial i confidence, CANAD1AK CO. UMTITO (Special'to the Herald) FBRNIE, April Marasco, a ropo rider In dumber One Mine Vorth, was found by the roadside today, near Coal 'Creek EO soundly asleep'that he could not- be -oused. He was taken to Dr. Work- man, who diagnosed the case as sleep- ing sickness, and man wai brought to the Fernle Hospital for peatmen t. "This is_ the first recorded casa here -of that disease which lias made its appearance In saTeral Iqcali- lies through the American continent. la the can of of Natal, charged in the supreme court with seduction, could find no evi- dence of seduction anil tbe man was discharged. Sergeant Pass, of M. P, appeared in 'court; this afternoon, prosecutor Ts'tcX FarkoYlch, .a Ukrainian, is'being, proceeded. against as en undesirable elleu'etferay. The accused (.was seuteiicea to ono year attorney, A. MacNelll is-applying for'bail pre' paraior.v" io, "appealing the' ease 'to a Save Something Every Week No how little, you owe it to yourself, your and yoor busmen 10 save something every week. .Regularity Open aSavingiAc- count with to Bank. Add lo it regularly. It wffl quickly grow. !t will hetp you to something really worth while on. Ftid-e; Cwtal t Rtscrrt Fund IJ.MO.OOO Kescoicei ITHEBA'NKQF INOVASCOTIA W. 1 J.c ItA. C. CM.'5 "Fourteen Points" 2. Pevleclly Trc-d. li BrilHurt. Lhuabfe, J. Coaitcr' 4. C. C. it. Qanl If inner Givei S, IX [ocb Rabbtr 50-Tooth Front SpiocktE, Tcxrth Ae- coratrfy Milled ti 100% Service I. latvlodaA pooled. Forks. Drop Forged 12. Gnctlu! Xtutinrf Hindlebtr. plaltd erw Coppw, 13. Rtli.blt Fumt i 1A. Corafortible; Stttit. ENOW your bicycle before you buy. A ell cap assembled whcci'w'itri its parts purchased from far and yide.-..' "at a price" may look like a good bicycle, but J3 it? The firms making gome of the parts may put good horicst value into their products; others may not, or cannot. Oat bad part will ruin your wheel. Yotrtake the it is a costly one. Exactly the opposite policy is pursued in-the making :of We make in our own splendid factory at Weston practically all the parts rc- quired in the finisheri'bicycte-fa larger proportion than