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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fotm THF. IETHBIUDGB OAO.T MONDAY. AUGUST 11. 1913 Derate Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6th Strtel South. Letribrldgo W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Diroclor Torrance L'utlness TELEPHONES Editorial Offie................. 122'1 J.53 i 'ft B of irrigation districts, these I _The journal, once, it viewed Ihe irnied.ou peiiiibn'.tron) a major- jn the south, wo become a convert lo Ihe proposal that the prov- ihould lend.i'ls tho devel- hember Audit Bureau of Circulation Eubscripllon Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Daily, br mail, per year Weekly, mail, per year Weekly, by mail, perjrearjo Dates ot expiry ol subscriptions ap- Msr daily on address label Accept- anQe of papers after eiulratfon dato Is our authority lo continue the sub- scription. PROPOSED TREE.PLANTING FOR SOUTH. Al the irrigation convention Isst neefc machinery was put in motion tor ibe foroialion ot a foreslry aisoc- iation in Southern Alberta and south- western j-askatchewan. The plans to be followed are not malure yet. but (he suggestion is that legislation shall fce secured in .both provinces provid- ing forihe-Iorrimtion of districts along the line of lo. be fo lly of the Jariuers jlyjng.i'i IhBjdls- tricl. lo'lttT- pose a'tai 16 further a'tree'planlins campaign." There can be-nrvdoubf-lluit South- ern Aiberla need's--tome such cam- paign- Ip-offseMhe.bigh drying winds which JIBTB done so, milch ,ib_ 10 Eiperls fell us that if every'farm had a good Bnelter.b'ell 100 fool wiie nlong- tie west sids.wi.Ui olier srtrips ot trees elsewhere on the farm, the winds would be broken up. and as winds arc the greatest' moisture destroyers.- tbe crops-'wuold be greatly benefilted. .The "Herald is enllrely In symptlny irtlh camp'aisn. es'paclally in the Irrigated .'section' where trees are easily grown. Of course, the greatest benetit would'be on dry land where njois'tiire' conserv.allon is ot paramount impartinceJ :BJl. the growing of trees on dry land la z hard ably nol so hard as many farmers Ibink, but difficult trough. to make one pause before undertaking the i Thei'foreslration of Ihe cannot be accom- pljched in a two, and it Ihe campaign is undertaken in lie hope UiaV quick results will be accomplish- ed -H is doomed to failure. Much ed- ucation will have lo be carried on simultaneously with tree plantlns- The farmers must thoroughly under- stand what liey are being asked to In connection with Ihls the Herald would like to see the scheme carried dul In a'small dislricl lor three or four years in order lo EBB what can ieWomplIshed.- If the results are as good as 'tie-exponents of Ihe plan be- lieve will-be, there will be Btcirouble'in-getting all ihe fanners the. ireEulls and the" re'at.'-WiH corne__easy. Meanllmo the association he formed and ibe governments .Interested in tbe pro- JecL. There Is'plenty to ,do while the going.on; years. To make Southern Alberta n producer of groat wealth every year all that Is required Is a certainly ot moisture and lhat luoisturo can Oi provided by irrigation. Tba pnwlnce- Is not asked to hand out millions ol dollars as a gift, in order Ihst Irri- gation over a wide area may be avail able. Its assistance would be o: the same character as lhal given to Ihe colonltatlon railroads ol ihe nortu. a g-jarantec. ot Such a guarantee would retain ihe settler already In south, encourage more to come aud ivlli've governments, federal ond provincial anJ municipal, from th obligation 10 provide assistance, o they are compelled to do now 1 drouth years. All Alberta would benc- lil trom such a use of Ihe credit o the province. Irrljallou is not gamble; Its vulue has been Ion llshed. The richest district In Albert year Is the irrigated diitrlc around H produce greater revenue ffT acre than any other district In -.he c-ntire province. Irrigation la the euarantee of mixed Arming iu the sout'a. Irrigation is the assurance of fruil raisins in Al- berts. Irrigation Is ihe means through which the southern plains can bo covered wllh Irees. This is nol Ilia lalk. The proot is at our doors in the irrigation district we now possess The mixed farming is there, the truits ari there snd the frees line the road- side and surround ihe farms homes. Is It nol belter lo make Ihe south productive by irrigation than lo. in LARGE ATTENDANCE AT SIR. HODEBACK'S FUNERAL (FVom Our Own CorMsrondrntl CAttDSTOX. Aug. 7.-Since Salur Jay there has bteu a pretty busy lime RAYMOXD. Aus. late James ug. Rnleback, therilCe batllll of the duj- tricl. was laid lo-rest wllh ImprestlvS rites yesterday. The church crowded wllh sympathetic friends and thff tloral tributes were beautiful and numerous. Dlshop J- W. ESaus officiated, and Mr. Charles 11- Strong conducted the ilnglng. The speakers included Elder Wm- Palmer. Apostle Orson F. Whitney. of Salt Lake Clly. and Bishop Evant. Patriarch Hyruui U. Smith, ol Salt Lake, offered Ihe TOE 'or a good many of the Cardsrou peo- ple as well as those in the surround ing country. The regular quarterly conference ot tlic Alberta Stake convened on Satur. day morning wllh the largest attend- ance ever for its opening meeting al 10 a.m, S51 people being present by actual counl. The occasion was the visit of Elders Orson K. Whltr-ey aud Hyrusi G. Smith, who arrived Irom the south on Friday evening. The first meeting was concerned ifith reports ot the Stake after oisning remarks by President E. J. Sir. Thos. Alblston's solo, "Hockod in Ihe Cradle of the IB? given wllh very good eftect. ThB chief address was by tho visit ing apostle. Elder A. K. Whllnay, am he dwell largely on Ihe early history of the church and ot the Caidston colony founded in showing ..that the pioneers were always men of character, always and that the Indifferent classes were left In the older countries. The different settlements made, by benedicllon. The funeral from he family lo Ite first ward chapel, thence to Temple Hill come- ery. The Taylor slake quarterly confer- ence opened Friday morning wllh restntallves present from every part of the soulb. country. Aposlle Orson Wnttney aud Patriarch Hyrum U. Smith, of Salt Lake, are also p.-esenl as official representatives ot the gen- erul authorities of. Ihe church. To- day's seestoug were devoted to iho deliberations of the Women's Hellof Barons Board of Tradt Passed a Fle'w. Over the Town (From Our Own BARONS, Aug. Board Trado held lla regular Friday J.-A.-'Cow presiding. There was qulle f lively .debate on B J. n ICKED UP IN ASSING >OK THt: BUSY UAS K. W. Dradley has clly dork .of Victoria. U. C. Oeeuii. Saak.-wlll Vuild a Jif.uuii war memorial hall. Sarnla cliy council decided to lake no notice ol B.renuest trom the flror men tor an'-increafe ot.JlO per month' te bullc'lng 21'houses under tho Olilarla Goveruiuent housing Mr, ipio, KtiPK of roadi" simply means Ihe spoiling of good prairlo trails and the driving COll; resolu- deliberations of the Vomens Helkl o[ -lo less Society. A highly auccesshil TD6 [ollowinj r tloii was held and many illumlnstms scn( ,0 depjrtmejlt Oj addresses were dellveied. Mrs. 1. J. Vorks. Edmonton, ivasrlinally O'Drien. stake president at d .'.That In' Ihe opinion.ot this all Ihe sessions. At noon luncheon meelm'g'the preslmt.method of giad- was served in Ihe church. a wilh a ceiitrB to which The conference will he In sess-onl ,f nlls been dragged, two more days, Saturday and Sunany. tho the province Tho Raymond Union church, Itev. for nnd we take r. Malheson pastor, gave a very 0( BugsestlI1B ,nat i stand- ant social In the _chuKh Thurs- imnroved grade, lo be approv- all llkllhood. blacken the name ot the entire province, by permitting i move- ment of the people out o Cardston, Mrs. Rhoda Hlnman, 89 years of was also a pleased spec- tator of the sports Indulged In by the I Mackenzie King has been character- ized as ons ot the youngest men who ever became Ihe leader of a political parly In this country- Yet, he is about the same age as Laurier and Borden when they became party leaders and Sir. John ilacJcBald was even young ny to bless all mankind. Elder Hyrum Smith tnjolaed all lo prepare lor heir temple work by right living and y getting their family.-records In'or- JT. A violin solo by Mr. 'Alef. Campbell 'zs well received. Bui the audience al Ihe'evening ses er. ilerbert Hoover Esys that Iht splrl of'servlce which won Ihe war need revival lo-day. This Is abnndanll true, and tie sooner lodiridua thoroughly apprises thts, tbe belle (or Ihe fnlure of the world II It la no lo lose the fruits of victory. Mayor Brown of. Medicine Hat fl urea lhat the tarift on farm Impl rnents only means a pmall figure ASSET JO" ENTIRE PROVINCE. -The Edmonton Journal seems lrtat''wUh encouragement a sngges- each fanner each year, tlon'that: the lirmers of the' south diclllous way .lo move to the northern part of thf_ province, where it argues condi- tions are'praclically always ausplcIoUB for succesiful agrlcullure. Tbe move rnent toj develop1 ihe resources ot Southern Alberla by the use ot Irrl- fallon does not find encouragement to7 the. Edmorilon .paper. Evidently lion. MrrMllchell vrls well informed when he-said al Medicine Hat, lha the norlh.' would require lo be con verted before takings-could ion, while not so 'large, was indeed harmed by tho addreM ot Elder -Whit ey upon "Poels and the eadlngs'of Ibe beautjful poems ot hi wn composition selected, from .In hrec volumes >oetical "Ellas, an Epic o he and "Love and Ihe-Ugbl. Space doesn't permit .enlarging upo ho literary merits of his splendid e Outing for the. Visitors All the arrners In Canada are. not .buying mplements each year. Divide the arlff amongst Ihose do buy and he amount will be four or five times Ihe lirigallun finder be endorsed by Ih orts. Monday atternoon there was a very pleasant outing parry 'upon Uie'banks of the Belly river Just-north otllbe Caldwell bridge on the Walerton Irall. Here a most enjoyable spread vided by lie .of Ihe Leavilt and the Ml. Vldw -wafds .act- ing as hosts lo all the visitors from the north and the honored guests from tbe'south, was-partaken" of two hundred people. Fishing parlies sfarleii early Monday morning, and by rJ.30 p.m. Ihe Iroul had been as well as all '.ho other Eood things "-J he amount will fce lour or live times well as an 'nu.utner mnibo v1] Ihan Ihe mayor's eslimale. g drcil and'twenty people, and .another hundred wero ready when Ihe gilgsla finished, During Ihe repast a mixed qnarlette from Leavltt Ward, -Misses .Callftun anil Pilling and Mcsara. Clarence Saiilt and Lawrence Lcavlll, gave twoiselec. lions-which were mufb, appreclateo, It Is well lo note that-the till haa Us uses In, economy on Ihe arm. This has been demonstrated n experiments on the cost ot plowing as slated by Mr. floberUou, LWe- slock Commissioner, at Prince Albert, wherein tbe horse has shown Itself to be Ihe cheapest form of power. Tho horse has still Us uses, and Its disappearance Irom the farms would make them lose their Iradlllonary as- sociations. The mention ol Ihe conference of thc'deeree ol Doctor ot Dlvlnlly on children especially. Relreshmenls' were served lo all 1 omers. Ice cieatn of -exceptional uallty and no was served gn y enjoyed, To ell wbo: assisted in this----- work'the ward officers wish to ex- press'their gralltnde. As it is seemingly going lo be a week of good times for 2nd Ward Relief Society mel at Ibe home ol Mrs. Allena. Williams on Tuesday last, held a short meeting under Lhe trees, and then engaged In a musical program and served light refreshments. Besides' a large allend- ance of tUe members, a (ew favored genllemen were privileged to be pres- ent, in llie persons-of Mr. H. Manley Drown, Pres. Thos. Duce and Messrs. Wm.'Klrkup and Thos Naylor, of Gleichen.: On Thursday the big Chaulauqua opened its series ot.twelve sessions. A good allendancc Is looked for, and the local "committees', have worked hard to. make it a Those re- sponsible .say lhat Die .season tickets sold will mako good.'the guarantee. Funeral'; MIsJ Pansy yes. lerday Irom li'e .Presbyterian church hero. affected wltlt tubercular had been ai'liiig rapidly during the two nontbi: "Sllll, few ilnOught the end waY so" near. Jl rl' ind'-Mre. Henry Belde'f came here from' .ago and'seltled In the' Woplfofd dlatrlcl. Nearly.'all and fannsra a'ti'nrnber fom Wcol- lord'allen'dtd Mr. Wm. reconlly along our flighways marking the maps for the Anlomoblle Bluo Book Publish. W. F. NICKLE DENIES HE IS. NEXT PREMIER KINGSTON- Aug. was to succeed him was "circulated Ihere. Sir. Mickle said: "Don't lieve all you hear on the slreel." W. C. Montgomery, Yarmouth, pnid fine, ot lor gross immorality with a soldier's wife In London. Shere-Glllell Co., ol Chicago, who manufacture sanitary counters, have acquired a factory In Guelpli. Tho airplane owned by McDonald, whicli has been' making trips In Sarnla. was damaged beyond repair In an accident.' John Wallace, of Carlwrighl. Man., was fortunate- lo have, sonic flai on band and.sold 362 bushels lor 56.07 per bushel. Farmers In Ihe northern part o Oilord County report the barley crop a failure, averaging about 15 bushel lo the aero.- A aeven-year-old boy, Guy dl U durantyne, was killed in his lalher" yard at Montreal-hy being stepped o by a horse. Arthur McLaren Mowal, son ot Arlhur Mowat. J. P., Edmonton, and grandson of the late Sir Oliver Mowal. f'a-hsrines was for many years premier of Ontario. La Ume nf ovoriLur of that province, was pre- cnted to Iho court lo be ssyorn in as harrlsler and solicitor, before Mr. uslice Walsh, at Bdmonlon. The Ileg'na Cily Council has voted j transfer block 357 lo the; Greal Var Velerans, ;n conslderalion of he sum ol one dollar, the association undertaking to erect or- acquire and maintain a soldiers' home In the city of-Reglna. The Great'.War Veterans e purchased the Slntou block: for he sum 61 zud thay hope to lave tho -whole ajnount paid off Ihls year. On tlie last 500 mtlo lap of a 3500 milo trip from Ottawa, Kansas, lo ll'.c Peace niver Iri an Oklahoma school bus, is the adventure .which Is being shares by Frank Ro'ed with a team of horses and two dogs. Mr. Heed, who is making the Journey In this fashion, marked over ot his journey when arrived in Edmonton. The advonturous settler, lor he ex- pects to become a resident of north country. Is trcklng from Ifansas to Great Sail Lake. Shelter Your Family THEV ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO YOU AND QOOD FOR THEM. A MONTHLY INCOME OF SUNSHINE AFTER THE STORM. SMALL POLITAN 'LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT FUTURE. Save Now For METROPO DISTRICT IF YOU LIVE OUT With This Protection ANY SACRIFICE YOU MAY MAKE 18 NOT TOO "POLICY IS LIKE A RAINBOW, A COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK OF TOWN WRITE US. or e nomo ing Co', o7! our good roada Inlo the west .nre becoming better" known, Bnd Iheoa roapa will'go a .toward .ad- .vefllslng thU diilrlcf." financial'. backing ol Ihe province The' Edmonton Journal apparentl would be. happy to have, the norther ,.qfj Alberla benefil; by. the. o cisjonali setbacks :from droulh In th IU vision Is very ii; is Edmonlo .country. Does th ovcriook (he facl thai I Rev. R, J. Campbell, formerly min- ister of the famous Cily Temple In London, Kng., by Ihe University ot Oxford, recalTs the_ occasion when he .was caller! resign hh pastorate lor h'ls the New Theology. Wfl'a Ihc'nli' a sanlcnlial simibr of Ihe so-called due lo Ihe given io' Ibe" confitrucllon of to lhal counlry by all of ______; soulli as weli-ns uorth! Up (crtbb-'irioment Alherln has not aSsist- ihK'lSiislrutlloii'rjf single'mllo of "raiirtfad 'south of tlic, line of C P. It. .This R whole, 'W Ibe lioii'riijful' :rn In.1 other poilticli to what Dr. lilarnl Is ntM in Tdr'on'lo. Uo'lli ministers iprlacnlly in iflade agdn.1 lrcli 'Irualccs SHOE When purchasing a pair of. shoes the value you.receive for money expended is nol all In the shoe. Tho service-you gel In Salesman's Knowledge of Shoos, how Ihey should lit and how to relieve your fool troubles are. included. Any person can hand you down a shoe and Icl you lit youraef. BUT our Shoes, KNOW when they fit und HOW TO KIT THEM, as .well 03 knowing how'lo relieve your FOOT TROUHIyKS.' We carry "hoes from AA lo KBK widths. This lervlce coats you .nothing oilra. ASK'TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES ,.Wj; NELSON 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;