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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS AYHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1920 LETHPttlDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN o t JEWISH PEOPLE ELATED OVER PALESTINE WANDATE .'v Addition of About Acres Bringing Project Up To 140.000 Acres About one and a half million dol- lars more .Trill have to be raised by tht Lethbridge Northern. Irrigation dls- Ulct through Iho almalgamatlpn of the Macleod-Elocky Coulee aud the Jlarons-Carmangay districts. H was Ktated this morning. This will mean that instead of (he million dollars worth of bonds being placed on the market tbe amount will be In th'! neighborhood ot six and a half million. The acreage will b? about acres under the enlarged scheme. Xlembors of tho board of. trustees of Ite Lfltlibrldge Northern feel con- rident that with Ibe acquisition of these districts added security n-iH be given to lie bonds and the ro -'Willy _ of selling them a few points higher seems bright Talk had It that the Lethbrldge Northern Issue ot fivo million could be disposed of at ninety, Canadian money. Revision Court D-ctB'oni Following are the results o? the tourt of revision held1 Saturday: James Wylie" complained that his land Is liable to be flooded by Irriga- tion. He decided to wait the result o( the work of tho engineers. John Fleckenstein, complained that tho statefent regarding the amount of his land taxed under the assess- ment nollco was incorrect.' He did not appear to defind his complaint. H Beimfngfield made it similar complaint and failed to attend the court, N.-3I. Burgl'nd claimed that lie does not desire irr'gation. He did not ap- pear before the. court, Hudson Bay Company sent in A i) .J. HOSPITAL CONFERENCE OPENS IN QAtGARY CAUJARY, April tho Western Hospital conference which opened here today, the question of provincial, iroat- era and Dominion' hospital as- sociations is heing taken up. Among the speakers who are doalias with Iho question ara Dr. MtcEachern, auperlnlend- ent ot tho General Hospital, Vancouver; Dr. George Steph- ens, of Winnipeg, and Dr. Sey- mour ot Saskatchewan. The object of the conference is the standardisation of lha Canadian hospitals. The Jews In the city are highly elated over the receipt o! a cable from England that Palestine has at last been rid of tho rule and domination o! the Turks. Mr. Halfour has given out that as a result v lue crdor of Commissioner Armstrong, aud wilch wss dismissal' by Magistrate Davidson upholding the order, Ed. Browne, organizing secretary of the O. B. U., who Is In the city, states: AH nrvnii suun Would Result in Higher; Power enble of the money offered for the and Water Rates and Losses .....All With a view to obtaining tha' opin ion of local merchants as' to the pro- penal lo put the street cere luto the' purchase .of tho eame. One merchant no bones EtatinK.lhal Iboso who are __ for the putUnt.-ot cars iuto thepj barn.are the very meu who. sot city Into th.6 mess they consider U iu lu regard to the street car sys-fe tern. The fact that the _. j- f fH% BtlVtl IUIO 1ULU LI1V I i UO lOVl IU liV U. O U11 lili-JJV- East Preparing to Meet Needs of bara, the Herald interviewed some of ing Of power, with the street carsjg the Are Going Up I them. In every caso was. away, would have the effect ol decidedly against the procedure. H raising the power rates In tho case ot, was considered a retrograde cue and industries was .also pointed out. raonufacturors of the east' timely. with tho present prospects very., un- He maintains that the Armstrong are expecting a big rush for overalls 'Her not stanrt'good in the ex- perience of the situation In the Car fl. Macleod Mayor Declares Farm- ers Will Seed All Many on Land Today Charged with Entering Canada by the O.B.U. Organizer Here No reduction In ccreage ot wheat sown In the Macleod district Is antici- pated this year. In a tew isolated cases seeding was done before the re- cent rains and work on the land wan fairly general, John Fawcetl, mayor" of Macleod. said In an interview Sat- urday. Farmers believe a bumper crop is IT store for them, in Southern .Alberta _ this season and wheat will be sown Just as long as it is possible. It flna weather keeps on the farmers will, be able lo put In just as -much wheat as in previous years. Mr. Fawcett be- lieves. He expects this year's acreage from' all as soon as spring decides to set In. A traveller, dlJT Banner and Alberta mines near sneaking lo a. representative tho Edmonton. The-a mines refused to Herald this morning, said that maim- pay tha 32 ceits bonus authorized, and facfurcrs are preparing to meet au In- to compel the operators to do so a test creased demand for overalls and ex case was r'afle of the 'same. In tbe to turn oul dur- hearbg Mr. Jus-ice Siuirt ''dismissed hoMhg that the operators were not compellel to pay the bonus, From this Mr. Browne argues that Ihe will equal that of 1912 and 1013. Mennonltes arc'seediig around Ilay conipltfnlj 4o'the effect that thslr I That Hie L W. are working hand the summer. It Is' not eipected that the overall worn by some the working men will Increase much In price. It principle applies to the check- Is that. (light advance will cff. I'ence carrying of the case result from the .abnormal demand nn- ti a higher court. ,111 the new garments get on the niar- The orth American Collieries at The new garments planned tor Cnaihur.il. who are putting out at the the trade will appear like the "corn- rile of SOD tons a day at the present garden variety" but will be macte li-re. according to Mr. Browne, who (iner material asd will bear a few Coalhurst on.Saturday, are hot "lIstlngulsJunB marks. Insisting on the and are tak- 1 No of material Is Ing on men Indiscriminately, allowing bat the averalls made for the faddists them the fourteen- per cent raise considerably higher In price whether they have signed tho check- those lor tbe workers. 4 fifty off or not. In Michel, he says, the .cent 'ncrease over the workers' same thing applies, and m tho Ch'liook sanneuts 'Is .expected. "It tho cars are to b'e-'put eaid ono of the should have been done in the years-things were not so bright In the outlook with of discontinuing! the cars was strongly condemned. Mr. Lund's Proposal Mr. Peter Lurid IB of the oplnloag Hint the problem of tho street carsg is ripe m? fttpeiises of Ihe last Iwo.mralhsj feed at Its price and con. ditlons. Wo ahotild lo rffiB tlirce times trmrh for tlellvcrln? [ha milk over the ronds as !.nve Two of our delivery outfits arc stud; In Ihe mil ir.orn ng nnd It may taka !o jet Ihom out; and jcoplc wonder why llio dtiiVcrjr of liiilk la Crystal Daffy Limited ;