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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. AUGUST IICKED UP IN ASSING FOK TBK BD8V MAN DAILY AND WEEKLY Aleiadcr Stewart, au old reddcut MAQRATII. Aug. aro sorry Proprietors and THE LETHBRIOCE HERALD j W. A- B'J Presided and Sin Jotm Torrance EuiJnes TELEPHONES ctlneu Orfito Editorial Office Director ins to secure irrigation waters lor their fanes, lo Ibsi irrjgallou I is tci a p'uDacea- for all'lhelr matter of fact uon can be obtained on Irrigation firms tban on dry farms because Ibere Is a larger labor outlay on the irritation The larger labor out-j can safi-'lv bi duce. A good profil was secured after all expenses were paid." Ant] the utility value of the (arm doesn't Alberta Is an irrlgntlon country. The city has Ihe' water and It has the land; alllUiat is needed is the application ,-hat he had seen al il would pay from Ihe slarL What .we want to do is to makeiup our-minds what W6 Ibat we are going, to get il. then tell tbe governments so and stand together, and we in Al- berta will he able to accomplish our deaire ana get' if the govern- ment." F, H.-Peters, C.E..vvfho1hab: charge of, irrigation, for ,Alberta, told, of the Ju surveys aifEady made a'nd what hc_ei- peeled to have done Ihi5 year.. The iroject between the Koolenay and Belly river would be- finished this month, Ihen tbe crews would be moved o Ihe Macleod line of surveys, and it was probable lhat. things'would 'be ready for tho taking- of votes this fall. He advised lhat. ihey gel all in readiness, by" Uie forrnallon of., dis- tricts electing of llielr trustees, and by other detail work. -He "was -asked and nnswered many questions. Mayor DicXson welcomed'.the .visit- ors and took parl In the 'discussions. The following resolution was passed unanimously, and after the, singing ol the Rational the meeting ad- journed al 12.30: an irrigation system- is riecdlul in southern AlberU to pro tect the large'sums.oLmpney now in vested, and the large population .at ptndent'on curlalnly "cf molslure'. to maintain the'mselve.i. by annuaj .pro duclion; "'And whereas, the difficulties- rr, :l lo surreys have been Browning. Mont., arrived last morn- ing with n string of running stock and they will be seen on the track today. The sports yejlerday were interest- ing. There was srjmo good riding and roping. The committee have some mighty fiery stuff .for._today'5 events also. Tho faces' were good and evenly conlested. There .was" a number ol oulside horses track, .pltlted against the-local''ponies.'' The'relay was an exciting race. Earl Stevens brothers and sisters nnd n la.rge circle cl friends lo mourn her loss. The sympathy ol the entire oommunily ;oes out to the -bereaved family. Mrs. P. D. Clerke (nee.Jlabel Har- ker} was shoVered with good wishes and a number-of beautiful ami use- ful gifts evening. A jolly lima was spent and a delightful lun- cheon served. A number ot Magralh people motor- ed to LethbrldEO to attend the ball games between Jlagrath and narons, ilso lo Cardston on Monday. Mrs. Baiter and daughter. Belle, are spending a holiday at Waterlon. LABOR PARTY MANIFESTO ON HIGH COST OF'LIVING BRUSSELS, Aug. labor party has published a manifesto in- vlling tho people to Join in a general movement against the high cost county, Quc., last October, died las Wo sell on easy terms. Write for Style Booklet, de- scribing new modeks Eold al prices from "FACTORY TO HOME" MftSOHRlSCfl, Balmoral Block "The Home ol thi A dollars Is being spent by the C. X. H, on the Drurohellcr line. came in an easy Ilrst but was barred o[ (ood, B week. Polalo growers ot the Xigara dls Irlct are in a most discouraged .mooi regarding tho potato crop aud declare that tlie crop will hardly nrnounl lo nnylhiug. A. Leonard Forbes, single, aged 4 years, a broker and money lender committed suicide in his office In th Ottawa Citizen building, by shooting! hlmscif- I In a fit of Jealousy, bccnuse another fellow had his girl, It Is charged, Wil- liam Evans, Gall, 19 years ot age, lirutnlly assaulted hla rival, Franklin Eyre, cutting his face open and for n time he was in a serlous'condlUon, lUttering from concussion of "in brcln. It Is- understood lhai'; Davidson Kelchiim, son of Ihe laic Ju'dee; and Mrs.' kelchum. Cobourg. Etudylng music.in Germany, war.broke was interned there Nalder and John Neal. The results Half mile Meeks, second. nnd.lo assure an equal ilistribulion of Imports. Other measures proposed are the i'lhe requisition of rnilk The Value of Saving All successful men began by saving. Later, perhaps, they invested, but ihey lirsl had (o accumul- ate capilal. t The first step to- wards wealth is to open a Sf.vings Ac- count. The second is to save regularly. Come in and "aslt about our simple, "convenient. Savings Accounts. Interest Jornpcjunded every Isix months soon y-'amoums up. ._. ieeks, second. and butter, Ihe. filing of looJ prices Tiltlng-Ceorge Hoggie, first; control ot prices lor The meter quesllon is lo be decid{ e'd al the polla. the clllzena sue lo" li Ihal It isn't decided by a mere handful of Lho ralepayerg- Thai bas been the trouble in LrClhbTidBfc''n the SJIliUl. IU nUlItJJ me by agreement -lietyreeu inion and provincial goVe'rnnlenia; j -nesolved, thai it li.the duly, of e federal government, Inrcodluncr on wilh the provincial goyernmenl, r'otheni-ise, lo nssume the responsl- detract [rom ita a belter men... it.coinpares thflb more'. favorably -wilji I Hendoraon I'ari In Us present stale. "There -Ii notblng in'lhe'pl'aii which would ''prevent tue tlovelopmonl Henderton'Park as In fact, tinder' proper' management, a moder Viscount. Grey, whose efforts lo prevent the "world war are so wel inown, IE lo 'represent Great Dritp.in in Washington-for-a time at least The choice cODld-iiot have fallen on i ....a-...j: faTni'-Lherft inlghl he maiJc pay.'lhe cbil'ot'Iulure park.lmprovu' menla.' great i and-empire-In'Ihe years.io .come m m 'WEED PROBLEM IN I'RRIOATED DISTRICTS. Some ot the farmers of tbe Macleoi district who visited Ihe L'oaldale irr latlon sp.clloo on Monday 'critical of some of the things the although Ihey" wete prnclicall .Jpanlnfpu3 on one.point, .lliat irrlga .steady producliou yea mti'a.j-year.. They were .rather dl Iho Herakl haa led I lecaueo a district -whlc d so rduch In fo many ways ha ed weeds to get nhesd In earn ihe.visitors went s i to blame Ihe weeds on Irrlg It'll quite trui Ihal Irrlgallp 8 An ryreed bill district year trt vrorte. sufferors from wWdt than are lirlgatcd districts.' II wo'uld'be well I boutharn Alberla who ara.endcavq 11 Is good to hear that Ibi farmer Soulhern Alberta who have los heir crpp lhis..yeaf. follo.wing las ear's failure.do'not want relief, bu Thai .if. Ihe -splrlU Ihal' wl Peterson, .second. pony King, first; Kln'sey, second. Walk, Trol and first; 'aul Dahl, second. Three-qoarler mile' dash, free-tor, Krai; Meeks; second. Relay flrsl; Lund, sec ond. Kexl Sunday and Monday at the Klrkaldy ranch, Ihero promises lo be some bucking Ibe llke.of which has never before been seen In Sonlhem Alberta'. These two days, Recording to Ray Knight, the bronks to, bo used I at the tig Calgary Stampede wll! be tried" riders will nrrire In Raymond from Bozcinan, Mont., Sal-'M urday nighl and proceed, to the. Klr- kaldy, where they wilt prepare lor tho bucking festival on Hie morrow. Many lovers pf tbe snort, contemplate driv- ing dul to the ran'c.h for tho big and government control ot prices for coal clothing and shoes. The party itiso urgos the education of hnuse- Lwlves and the opening of internalion- lal negotiations with the of international transport lariKa and helping devastaled coun- 'tries by eitendlng InlernallonBl credit I by means of internalional'co-ordlna- during'the pro'grcss ot lioslllllles, has, accepted a position on Trinity colltgo school slalf, Port Hope. The common oonceptlon lhat bydro- olectrif power is cheaper than steam produced power was blaslcd by Jos. depuly head-pf the conserva- tion commlEsion' at session industrial' cpngreaa al Improved.types ol. turbines, combined wilh new methods' .of ulllis- ing to Ihe full. producing qualities ol. render. Very Insecure the future of hydro electric te uure o ticulafly as it would apply-to.'Albcrla. accordingl'to'Mf.' White. THE 6p' T1QVK 'SCOTIA l' lity of financing .tbegenera! scheme f irrigation, throughput southern.' At- The delegation from I.elhbrldge'lett and lelegrams were received rom Mrs. L-. McKlpney, E.- Hlggin- olham, W. H. Airfield and. olhcrs iprcsslng Ihelr rejrcl al not being ble lo attend. _ j -JJ. Bailey wsis In me.chair, while J. F. Harris was ihe rnect- ng. ALBION RIDGE REPORT AGAINST Vl.illors from eastern Canada an IB United Stales who were In II cuy with the Industrial coneressi RX- oua am pressed the ntmosl confidence In Iho future of Southern Alberta. They realize lhat as yet wo are merely pioneering. Tho real development la yet'to come, bul. Iho pioneering stage UsL be passed through. Development of Irrigation In South-, crn Alberta means not only the tx< tension ot the present system and Ihe creation of new Irrigation il mcanVroaklng Ibs moal oul cf the land which. Is already Irrigated. More Intensive culllvalfon on smaller IK Ihe way lo get the best rcsultsj This movement has alrei-dy ularleil In [fcc'Coafitalo district bul II can go A long way yeL The besl results on Irrignlejl, lands are obtained from farmVof SO to ICO 'acres, according to experts. SCENIC RAILWAY Aug. Follo.wJnBilhB .Montreal Dominion Park Chief Ruasell'here Investtgatcit scjenlc railways operating here 'and reported to the -board.' of conlrollhat aolUso- nwnl of this character at Scar- horo Point 'and Ki- (From Our 4LBIOX'RIDGE, holidays ol two.weekihegin nell week lor the eleven now enrolled at the school here. Miss Madeline l.ynn, the. tcachor, purposes spending the I first week with her slsler. Miss Lynn, of.Ihe Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary. MIsa Lynn will talio her holidays the following week and return with Miss Madeline. Chicken, pig or hor'sa leed harvest- ing la nhout complied and the activl-' ties have taken the place, of the moro strenuous ono ot securing help for harvesting what we had eipected to be a bumper crop. Bul this Is a next year's country, "they and we're nil preparing for a bumper crop next: vear, A Inrge percentage ot the- failures arc pro rn I'arii arc 'cifreniely .danger- id Bhould-not he used.. Shelter Your Family THEY ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO -YOU AND GOOD FOR THEM. A MOMTHLY INCOME OF SUNSHINE AFTER THE STORM. SMALL POLITAN LIFE HAKE A FLOOD OF'COMFORT FUTURE. SaveiNow For METROPO DISTRICT IF1: YOU LIVE OUT With This Protection ANY SACRIFICE YOU MAY MAKE IS NOT TOO POLICY 13 LIKE A RAINBOW, A COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH THE METRO- FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK OF TOWN WRITE US. percenai sentable aa summer'fallow, and the green thistles Inrned under.wlll supply the sol! wilh norne ol the much-needed fibre to prevent It from blowing. SHOE TALK The Shoe has oWer duties lo perform than merely covering the foot. When properly tilted Ihe.aboe supports Ihe illlforenl arches of the asstnt.l In relieving strain on the fool thus preventing spreading of the foolvnnd' falling of the archca .when Balking on modern sidewalks and roadways. Improperly tilted, or tne wrong r.lylc shoes .onTy'.act as further lirllants. The Shoe has a Hinge and to has the Foot. ASK TO BE FITTED! SHOES FOR ALL AQES; WE KNOW HOW. W. J. NELSON Co. THIRD'AVENUE'.aqUTH SHEHLOCK'-IUILDINO ;