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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta m-.' at PAGE FOUH HfE LETHBHIDGE DAIL1 HERALD TVKS1UY, -AUGUST She letbbviboe letbbrifcge, Hlbevta -v __________ DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED -323 6th South, Ltlhbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John 'forrance i'usiuess Mileage TELEPHONES Builness Office........... Editorial Olfitt........... 1252 of ii rig All cm by pulling U lulo prac- iSce. Ediicsi'oa id iiriiuiirily intended for secondary in practical pur- poses. This counts lu irrigation na in everything else. A new caiiiLuisu now unfolds itself. It Is a tvucen- (ration ot ef'ort lo bring to a iisuo iind this demands a virile Ligiiatlou dirc-clcd towards both Governments EO (bat each Is made alive to p.ud cacb be califd ou to fulM the responsibility u owes the A duty of ibis kind im- yosca ilselt on the convention at Med- icine Hat the advice o( the Pro- vincial Treasurer is one which calls for lioedlutj. Mtmber Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rales: Dally, week .....5 .1? paily, delivered, per year 7.oO Daily, by per year 5.00 by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 5.00 'Dales ot expiry of subscriptiocs ap- pear daily on address lafceJ. Accepi- ance ot papers afier expiration daie [5 our authority to coniinae ike sub- scription. IRRIGATION AND THE GOVERNMENTS If there has been any Captain Hoy la essaying lo cross the Rockies sUmps his right lo belong 10 ibo-ranks of Ihe Captains Cour- ageous. W. R before the 1917 elec- tion dicided 'lo reiire from then ho changed .Ms minJ. Maybe lie will, change it again. Jual us soon as the Irrfgalioolsts began to gather in AlberU ibe henv- ens opened and poured down ilie ivaler upon rba land. It be vise if ine Irrigation coaveniioa coc YcoeJ early in June cjch year. it LiberM piny will be all it adopts a. progressive platform that the Provincial Government has i and places at the head of lUe party been in the mailer o: irr- a progressive leader 10 carry jt out. (atica for this part of (he province. that impression has Ijcea greatly dis- pelled by'Ibe address given by HOD. C. R. Mitchell at ihe Western Canada Irrigation .Convention now held at Medicine Hat. As B member of the local Government, iho Provincial Treasurer clearly ibe im- portance he allache? 10 irrrg-anon as it relates to this pavi of ilie province. Further, he made tho confiding slate men I lha( the associaiiou could count on the jicilTC support of Ihe Provincial GorernzEtut in ihe irrigation projects CQDteraplaied. !Mr, Mitchell, while announcing the interest in Uie irrigation undertakings, (aken by the Provincial Government.- Iclt at .the Eirae Lime- that the Domin-. Ion Government should render some- thing more in the way of. tiaancial assistance than (he mere making of .the surveys He based bis arguraenls U to this In the fact Lhat Lhe Federal Government bad absolcte control o' element In the province on wr.vch Irrigation depedtls'in the water rights H.holds. There is more In this lian: meets the eye in the of Ib e irrigation prob- i In" ih'e irrigation projects there ji a dual responsibility which neither .Government.can justly evado. h re- mains-for'the people of Ibe southern part ot to brios borne this responsibility to each GDvernment- There has been, we understand, an undertaking io lend on Ihe part of Ihe 'Dominion Government to the Province the monejtfor carrying on the irriga- .tlon projects. This part of Ihe under- taking Federal Government should it and ay. If U can further assist to financial burden, it is only .in order that, with Us far grealer financial nKourcas, it should came lo Ite aid ot the Province as liberally U is not to Le surprised that Nor man Ranfcin received ihe ovaiiou he did at the .Medicine Hal Irrigation coc- voniioii. He was always a live wire in tbe history of past conventions. .KIIIST HAIN IN THREE MONTHS CHATHAM, July ihe first time in three monlhF rtiin fell in Raleigh town- ship yesterday morning. The above, from the Toronto Globa prove? tbat there ore drouth condt- lions ia Ontario. One thins cenaic, we have had a number of rainfalls in tnrcc months. It may "be thai future discrinjna- s of LclLbridge in favor of Calgary in excursion rates lo thEr r t bo taken up Et the Board ol Trade lunch- eons in regard ID the air service. It Tvas only fitting that the nomine lion of TV. A. Applelon-, elected heai ol the International Labor Congress uH-.liaTe been made by. Samtie Goiopers. Both men >iave shown thenisPlvts typically sane labor-lead There is no thing1 mercenary abqu Sir Henry Dray Ion's acceptance of a Cabinet position.. As chairman of thi lway commJ55lDn DD drew a saJar of a year and as member o[ Ifie government and a member o[ the House of Commons Lta total income will be less than Kov? Mr. Barrett Yielding Keltcr Than a Year Fields IFrosn Otr Own GRASSY LAKH. Aug. harvest das now started; the rain Is short but with the USP were, the feature ol a cd irrlsetlon rnrro. and DIKV third should be in alfalfa. Later Mr. and Mr. Hays of tho Canada LauU Irrigation Co. uaada the slatemeat (hut would rulso this lo one-half or o( (ho area of lha farm, declJrios with aifolfa as a basis Ihi1 farm could bo twst made to pay. Mr. Stockton, fhowover. maiulaiued that In the Slrathuiore-Glelchen dis- trict the growing ot alfalfa lo be nlteuded with great oil account of winter killing. Grjiu, root crops, silage aud corn woii'.d Jiversify tho farm the measure of Us success. All speakers aai caperls de- clared thai Ihe (mgation farm must rs will pnrtaMjr more V ui this district than last year. converts have "been unde to this year by tho dry seu-j an than by ihe speeches ol A mealing of the -farmers was held n Irrigation. The allendaure vas not as n number were dia- ipoinUd through not kDowing about imp, it liaviug been badly artyer- TUe rye crop has been threshing out -1 to to lha ndre, If Stands to tho' crodlliflf a lady, McUcmiid. to teua good.record by ThreshJns out 12 1-3 bushels. A social n as-held lu (he church on July There was a good attend- and all" Hcv. G. II. Barrett announced j re'isnattoD ntter V'sctrke of four in the We are pleased to have George Ibson with Ha was a prisoner Germany, hiving freeb. taken nt the second battle Of TptcS.'' He has brought with. Mm a -wife- frooi Eog- and and in spiie of his hardships he s looking temarkaMy Veil-add, .fit. lie hns the distinction ,o( haviog readied -Derlip._ Pte. riGibson- is- the son o'f Mr. Owner ol'bno of (lie Grassy Lflke coaj of; at present visltiilgrhfer daughter, -Weir. i ITS, -Vardlejr of VnrrcourET is visit- ing .Kit Mrs. McDonzId has taKen .aver the and travellers on me road-will be-fure a good meal. tCONTINUEP'-rnOM FftQNT PACK) Dealing with some of the details o: Taber Scheme, which'" Is the firs private scheme in Ite province, the total contract is (or which is raised by 30 year sis per cent bonds which were laken orer by the C. P, R These bonds bear only the interest for the first ten years after "'whleb Ihf principal ia retired annua! ipaymenls. For the 'first '10.- year; the farmers pay 50 cents an acre for tno Waterj'95 cents interest and the cost' o! mainValnirig'the" flll For Ike following. 'ten yeara add 95 cents per acre fo A city member as Minister ol Agri- culture not" seem qnite right to sonie_ people. VanVoiiTer, however, argue that Dr. Tolmfe's c'cn- stitucncy is completely rural and that Victoria is simply a tjuiet English villa g'e. chcs. they principal. At oE-30'year's the} will ovra the syatem unencumbered. Mr. PeterKon, as jvho has secured his experience S., came out very.-strongly, tor-jthi 'heneflts or irrigation in Al herla and declared liial in a fsw year ihe people of Northern In stead pt'wonderlng Tvh'y anyone shonli "arm irirlhe will hs sendin: their cattle to the irrigalipri district of the south to pu't condition fo market, and they see the sout Decome a community, (of which will he the greatest set Lhe province cuulrt' boast.' -r Dennis Realizes It Just prior to Mr. addres a telegram from Col. J. al i.- There remains another knot In the (rrigation problem wb-icb needs linlj-- Ing. However the Provincial Government may be lo help ths schemes, Ibe fina) derision resls with ibe people of ihe province as a whole. That decision remains wUh the Legis- lalure which ia representative of the H may be a sectional at- titude, but the fact K there thai the people of the northern part ol the province have not yel come to view Irrigation with the same eyes as those 01 ths southern part do. Thia from 'the different conditions rrevalliog in the amount of moisture each part re- ieivcs" Hut it is liy nc means a far :cry from the Edmonton to the Letb- .tridge district. Conditions here should now have become matters of com- throughout the whole province. The people of the north -should by now Lave learnt Jo sympa- thise with their less Fortunate neigh- tors, in'lhc south in regard-lo the absence ql moisture. H there is need of propaganda to convince the north ot the need of tht? south, tlien a cam- 'palgn In this direction Is one called for. However, with the agitation lor Hater In the south, those wllh an abundant .supply In the north, should ,be aJIre to of Hie agri- Cultuflata o( Soulhtrn Jilberta. .The Provincial Treasurer only stab. .id wtiat wag true when he salt? that1 ihe Lime had come when education On the-benefits'of Irrigation shoiild lhat plforl.i in Uila dJrcctipn he diverted towards urging on Jhp Respective Governments (lie .need jenfllng. Ihelr rcsponslhllltlea in inakmfe' priiclicBl. Ji hns Wen prwltfinetl "pf Ihb beTiefils of Irrigation, should jjy know- jecu- Tliey got oiil of their The Calgary Herald was prompted by the success of Major Scott In cross- Ing the Atlantic with the R-34 to re- call Ihe large numher of men of lhat who hare distinguished them- selves. There.-'W-Capt. Scott of Ant- arctic fame, Sir Waller Scott. Sir Percy Michael Scoti, Thomas Scotl.'etc- Bui the Edmonton Journal remarks thai (ho best of the Family has, however ,lieen over- Scoll, in tSialineulshert association for sp maoy years with G. Whlttaber, Dealing with tho Jn pro- uctiTity due to Irrigation Mr. Stock- an produced figures to show that on U In heat and more than double iu forage ropa. he Strathmore-Gleichcii project mounted (o at least oni-thinl The 40 Acre Farm lie thought a farm of 320 acre? un- cr irrigation tvould produce the great- st return (or .the labor, though In- anced (he case of tlie lluotlejr pro- centering around Billinss. Mout, here the greatest success was uaado n the -10 acre farm which allowed o[ loser settlement and tetter comrnun- ,y life. On the whole he thought the 0 acre irrigation farm In Southern Ub'erta would be about right within TO miles of n town or cltv nad 150 cres outside lhat radius. Under euch eUlemeat ar.d ivilli the land and cllnj te of Southorn AJberla be- declared hat this country presented Ihe greal- st economic opportunity to be found pon the laud anywhere in tho world. Methods of irrigation are three, tbe reck or border system as used In California, the furrov: or corrugation .cthod used extensively in Colorado or root crops and tbe flood system [3 most -In use iu Alberta and most adaptable to'this country. The peakcv dwelt" on the itupnrlnnce of reparlns the land for irrigation 90 as o produce the best results from the er stating lhat 520 an acre for Ihia purpose would often net a good return, "After 40 years living In an irrigat- id coramumrr" said Mr. Stockton in am most impressed by the act that It takes (ime to develop a great irrigation we must aol be too impatient." Hays Figures Taking figures from ihe experimental ana maintained by (he company at tonalane, p. W. Hays, manager of the Canada Land and Irrigation Co. pro- ceeded to show- that the increased pro- due lo irrigation In Southern Mberta was much greater than that allowed by Jlr. Slocktoa. He showed .hat OD.lhe farm during tbe past four wetland two-dry, irrigation lad Increased tbe yield of alTalta from 9 to 3.59 Ions -peV acre, wheat from to 46.2 bushels, pals from 52.S lo 103.4 bushels from, to 3S0.6 Tu potatoes alone the money gain waa per acre. 5I Hays considered Ibu acres as a mSa mum [arm under irrigation in Southern Alberta. W. H. ol the Experimental Farm in continuing the de- clared for the small farm of SO to JGO acres, wllh halt carrying it3 own stock and dlrerpify- ing to the greatest possible extent..He pointed 6'nt too that tbe days oE grain farming ere numbered in Southern Al berta unless sometbmg can be done lo overcome soil-drifting. Belter home making would-follow- Irrigation and that in reality was the1 main object'lo be attained. M. P. P. For It' own.' Uiue sraBses In this country ori our lives lock industry will suffcf.1' tlou. A. J. .McLcBU was also prevail- od upon, to suy a few words durlUE the dlscu33l6u and declared hjs belief thai IrrisutlQo. would, prove tbo Bulvatloa of His only eiperleuco wllh U was on eovcrnuioat Jarius la tho south had conrlnced hope tbe day is not tar distant when we will have Irrigation throughout Uio whole south, and as a member of Ihe government 1, will give It uiy heartiest eupiwrt.'' The Artesian Balls D. B. Domliiiou geologist, 'gave an interedtiug talk during the afternoon on tho discovery of the mil- lion acre artesian basin southeast of I.othbrMge. for following up ana proving tho discovery he gave much of the credit lo President Marnoch and tho Lcialfriilgc Hoard o( Trade.' At tho present time Ihcro are 4S artesian wells lu Ibe area und more are being drilled every luouih. Many of yield enough gas for USD In the farmer's kitchen and fumuce and OQ the' whole (hoy have proved a God-send to those who have drilled. The type being drilled at present are costing about Sl.SOO. Those drilled by the government more costly and cost per foot- Mr. Dowling sug- gested that the experimental Farms branch should mako a lest of.the ar tesIan water to learn whether it was O, K. for using to Irrigate small farm garden plots. Several delegates asked for maps of Ihe artesian district and were referred to the Well Water Sun- pHcs pamphlet Issued bj' the Lelh- bridge Board of Trade. At the conclusion o! (he nflernoon session, the delegates were tbo. guesls at a ball game. LONDON'. Aug. Record officers In London ot tbo var- ious oversees forces are making tholr last grand tally., and trjlug to trace every UJHU who lias appeared ou their boots. Up lo the present, sorno or about 1 per cent, ol tho total, cau not bo accouuM for. Nol. all these men art) considered to be definitely lost. Some have on furlough end accepted work Vritho'H the fortuality of comoiutilcallng .wilK the authori- ties; others have married and settled down in preference to returning to camp and telling the colonel; others arc rostlcsa men. many ot whom will trickle back. The Sduth Africans have but 20 ab- seuleocs, overy other man ol the who camo OTCT being accounted Tor. The New Xealandera are 300 short. Most of the missing aro Australians and Canadians and it will'lake a long time tor tbe military police to round them up and shepherd them into con- centration camps. Some of (ho Douiin ion governments aro publishing ad warning these men lo relurn by a certain dalo unless they wish to forego their gratuity, anj freo passage home. Piano MANY pianos have gong "dead" ID tho home cause those them havo left. Exchange [or RISCH PLAYEft PIANO anil have all the music you James Buchanan, PA AICKEDUP IN .SSING FOR THE HUSY MAX dccu'a entire approval, hav? acquired control of the Coldalream Estnle and tho While Valley Irrigation system, near Vcruon, Urlllali Columbia, and Intends to take steps to resell the property. The .properly consists oE The Bruner block at Calgary will bs turned into an Lotel. Mayor (Dr.) Plan. Is leaving l3cHe- ville and will resign Ilie mayoralty. The Bank of Nova Scotia will erect a new building in. Edmonton. L Tom Harl. a Calgary old tinier Is loving lo ILc and Thos. Wharton inet Fred .of Irricana, was called inter Moalrcal helestiriB experiences'of his own. For could not "be-in atlcntlance, and stat- u- ingi.l'ln vleiv q( cond-itions in South- ern Alberta" Curing' the past two years the coDvcaliod' jn dealing.with Ihe EUU- ject'bl irrigation i'iVan'djing-Lhc Itig- geat .'problem atTecllng' the soulhern portion ot.Ihfi.iprotince feel'sare the deliberaliDhs fecpnitnBiidal- ions will have -a "Whoever wishes to he a leader ot the American people must look toward (lie future, Iftf cannot lead by merely rrilicising the actions of Ihs past." That observation ol the New York Cm I look .might very we'll ht spread on a banner before the eyes of Ihe Economic Phase of Irrigatiorii .ThO'-pnenlng addreaa afl'pr noon session saperlnlcndenl ot operalipil for and dealt pf fA.-handilns -hfs.Jsub Jeci Mr. Stockton five heals: ..sludy ofj apeclfM -.'crops iiino years he. saitf they bad bad irri gallon but harl" H till" ihi year. The had con vlnced him for instead ot having twc or three.bushels to the acre he wouli hare 20 lo 2a. "As a public man I de clnre for Irrigation and'will fi my power lo help-others secure tb benefit3 which will come ex tension of irrigation in Southern A berla. We must do more lo raise ou 1-ord Abor- orlly, Capl. Hunter won'R .Military Jross for outstanding "servlco ivllU n Xova Scolio battalion nt Aiuleas (ibout i year ago. What Is Ihoucht.lo bo vlrlually a jig enilorsntion of the One 3IE Unfon s contained In a message in Louden for an affection ot the eyes, which has temporarily blind- ed hlw. lie is progressing satlsfac- bearing. The mod era Lea lu the Ottawa labor movement won (he day at the semi- annual elections of.lTiQ Ollawa Trades and Labor council, lu addition to new officers, the delegates to the Hamilton congress were elected and Ih6 Ileds vsre beaten1 In a contest which oc- casioned much Interest in OUawu labor circles. A cable despatch Irom London fliUcs Capl. (Rev.) Bruce, Hunter, puslor of Central Methodist church', Toronto, And formerly wllh Central church, Calgary, Vlio has been doing work aL DuxtoD, Eng.r In. cbnnecUon Ulfct with tbo repatriallori 61 soldlersv wives eath In a well on, a farm near Red (and children, undergone an oper- )eer. Tbey were overcome by gas. The He view saya thtrife Is a jiossibll- y of the C." P.'IT bdilding a new depot nd hotel at Revolstoke. 1 Spanish influenza has again made] ts appearance. In London'to a suJfi- "degreq I'o attract attention if R. U. Dolan, of Calgary, will becoma principal of the Hcgina Collcgiatti" In- stitute. Stanley D. Skenc, graduate of Mount Allison' Ualvcrsily. NT. IV, has been appointed expression, dramatic art and physical culture at Mount Royal College, Calgary- F. G. .A. Henderson, for- SO years registrar of land lilies at Brandon has resigned owing to Ill-health. II. C- Tlixon', deputy registrar, is promoted to the position. A practical Joker sent a casket lo Ihe home of Ovlde Bourdon, "Montreal, and Mrs. Bourdon, whosa two children arc in Uie scarlcl fever hospital, could not believe they were alive until slic visited them. George B. Hyde, 53 years, a former resident of Calgary, and for several before tbe ;war engaged as an engineer fry the C. P. R- Department o[ Natural Rtaourcns, is dead. In 191-1 he ivtnt to Clunr, Alta., where to was, engaged In the trcegrovring and farming business up Lo the time of his demise. __ I Tfic London Times sayai iin- dcrsland lhat Lord Cowdray, and Mr. Free. Easy arranged. Call or write mn up, mm Balmoral Block "The of the acres of which are planlco hy tho executive of nislrfcl.2C.! U. 31. as orchard, the bulk of it boiug in full W- of A., Capo Breton, to Sir Robert Uorden, Hon. Gideon Robertson ami Tom Moore, president of Dominion Trades Congress. Tlio_ miners of Xovu 3 co It a practically refuse (o attend ibo labor convention called by tlio govern- ment, to meet In Ottawa In September a.s a prolcsti against ttc .aliegeid dom- Innllon in the proposed gathering cC the ultra conservative labor clement. "The whoIcsaJe grocera as a class hare not laken of tbo war to Increase thcfr is a state-' mcnl mado by the wsl ,of liv- ing commission. Vfbtte certain indi- viduals have increased their profits since 19H, (ho great "of (lioso wholesalers have, tho laat years of (ho war, taken net, earning on luelr Invested capital only slightly In cicess of the year the war began, while their" net earnings expressed .ag a percent- age on Ihclr sales Is fllghtly -lower thun In the earlier years. THRESHER BELTS WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF CANVAS AND RUBBER ENDLESS THRESHER AT.SPECIAL PRICES TO THE 'TRADE. J. B. TURNEY CO., LTD. PHONE 755 1245 SECOND AVE. 9. UETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE' DISTRJCT OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BltfSf. MR. MAN: Will your cmplojer continuo lo pay your salary to your after your dccctiao? _ not. why not havo your wife's placed on Iho pay roll or the METIIOI'OLITAN IflFB so (hat IQ Iho event of your.ilCath ihi kept going as usual? Tils can be arranged us annually a sraill of money according to the amount of salary Seo any of. our'Llve Wires, viz.: T. G. Gurr, F. A. Denlon, F. A. Fisher, J. C. Jlaurabon, Wm; JO.B Sillier, anil be up-loJate, in having your family protection fUcd up In this manner. ai (he Liberal convention. Intensive .iarrai deter- mine euccess. methods of irrigation ault- 'ablc to tbo.climate.' V.'hat UbBrallsm ncedr is a forward problems of water sup. looking leader, bold and progressive- enough to meet the with the eingle'lhought him of Ihe welfare of the people. What ]3 the welfare of the people ia the wel- fare of the country. lu Is. concerned nnrl now 'fla, a po'aiiion the Ircnofllif design of system, etc. operation and maintenance of tins system for the teal development of Ihe fanny and homes. Alfs.lfa Hakts U Pay CMlitiK wltb crops llr. BlocXIon saitl that in his opinion torage cropa YOU ARE PLAYING THE GAME-SO ARE WE i Vriur game msy he Tennis, (loll. Football, Hasoltall, Lawn Bowling. Ilaskeltiall-lvjt our game Is providing suitable FOOT. WEAR for any sptrl you may wish lo follow. lAl UH Imnw your rcriuirements and we will supply what you nerd In Footwear lor comfort and pleasure In your game. ASK TO BE. FITTED SHOES FOH ALL AGE9 Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phone or Wire: KNIGHT WATSON RANCHING Ltd. Phone 1S46 Lethbridge ;