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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOI.TH THE LETHBRIDGE "DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, Sbe 'letbbrtboe DAILY AND WEEKLY Prop.-lctora and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED SZS 6th Street South, Lcthbridgo W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance- Business Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circulations- Subscription Hates' Daily, delivered, per vreas......J Daily, by mail, per'yeir........W Dally, by mall, for 6 months 4.2a Pally, by months 2-50 Weekly, by mall, per year.....1.59 Weekly, by mail, per year to O.S. S.UO NO REASON FOR B. C. TO GRUMBLE. The Vancouver Sun is put out be- cause British Columblia is only left -with one Cabinet-Minister at Ottawa. It forgets tint untfl Dr. Tolmie was ap- pointed minister of agriculture a year 'ago, it never had more than one and there were occasions in recent "years when It did not have a single representative. When Dr. Tolmie be- came, a.minister through Hon. T. A. Crerar's retirement, ManlloBa left yriih one representative and that is all that it has today. Saskatchewan never Dad a cabinet minister at Ot- "tawa until 191T. Brillsh Columbia, therefore, has no reason_to'.gr'umole. It ought, to be proud of'its represnta- tive, Jor Canada never had a better most of ibis boms feeder Bluff shipped into the district for finishing. TLe lotal vilue of products amounted to and the ?raud toijl rfa.chea J19JK.SD3 for the 000 acres. Considering that the crops raised on the Twin Falls project are almost Identical with tiiosor produced on the CoaMate-Haymond-Magrath Irrigation areas with the exception, of the or- chard, which formed but a small per- centage of the Ihe Twin Kails figures indicate two our Coildale irrigation farmers can go considerably farther than 'they have gone as yet in the way ot mixed ia rul- ing, end that irrigation at an acre, with the possibility of a gross return of JS7 in a single year, should not cause a moment's hesitalion on the part of the farmer, government or bond buyer. the Idaho people can do with tie land which, before the project was established, was given over to sage brnsb. and sheep range, we can do. better on laud which In the past has produced 40 to 60 bush- els of "wheat on more than "ne occas- on. Reading the Twin Kails figures should be encouragement for those who'are determined to extend Irriga- tion in Southern lAlberta to the last acre for which water is available. There to he no ground for dis- puting1 the wisdom of such a courso (Continued From Front Page.) minister Tolmie. ol agriculture than Dr, p. m.. on the fatal Saturday to Belle- LTsher was shot above.his leit eye and in the chest. Either wound was sufficient to causo death, he said. The witness told of a bullet hole from front to rear of his head the whole scalp being The bu! let entered at tha top of tho fore- Antonio Conieltono, ol Bellevue, heard shooting.- He keeps a store on the opposite side of the street from the Bellevue Cafe, a littla west of the cafe. He Bassoff looks like the man who ran away after the shooting. Cuiler cross examination the wit- ness S4id his store was about 100 yards from the cafe. He raq to his and saw the dead bandit fall, lianie! D.itillio, who works In Uelle- ue, told of hearing shots about n the afternoon of August 7. He saw one man with two the cafe door and saw him shoot both hands. The witness said ,e saw this man shoot another man a the door. People Ran Away Under cross esabinatiort the wit- less said he caw all tho people run way afid no one remained in the enire of the street. LET THE DOMINION SETTLE'IT. Premier Saa'ltatch'ewan the. proper position.in; regard the natural resourcesr -They-should He given to tie western' provinces, without any "dickering" with the eastern provinces. The Dominion government must assume the responsibility, for a settle- ment'will never come_from confer- ences' between the provinces. Exper- ience has proven that the eastern provinces won't agree to z retuip of the natural resources to the western provinces, unless a better financial arrangement is made with them. H the financial terms with the eastern provinces are not satisfactory, lei them put the matter bafore the Do- minion, but it should be done wholly apart from the question of natural resources.' No government can ex pect a conference of tne provinces to settle that question. Dominion alone can seltle it fcy handing over tie-resources and then making, on their own responsibility, an adjust-i inent with the other -provinces, if that IE necessary. RECLAMATION IN THE UNITED STATES. Reclamation of dry lands by the use of water going to waste is not over- looked in'the platforms ot the great political'parlies of the United Stales. There Is a real recognition of the im portance and -necessity for reclama- lipn, in. the.jjnlled Sates that .it not so evident, lii Canada, where govern- ments seerri-more anxious-to shirk their responsibilities to assume them, and so-called statesmen suggest the removal of settlers from districts where occasional crop failures occur, without-maiing a business-like, tempt-to ieep them .-where they, are y- using the means "Providence has provided, water going to .waste in our rivers. Jast to convey to our people the triiited Slates par Lies on reclamation, we quote the planks in their platforms on this question: DEMOCRATIC 'We favor ample appropriations to: the continuation and extension of thi great work of home building and' in teraal improvement along the samt general lines, to the end that all prac tlcal projects shall be' built, am waters now running- to waste sha! tie made to provide homes and add t ihe food supply, power resources, and taxable property, with the Govern- ment ultimately reimbursed for the sa-.v Bassoff, the bandit was between the Hour and feed store and the bank, standing, facing east. The witness was unable to Ideality the gun produced In court as being similar to the one used by Bassoff. 1 The gun In court was taken from the dead bapdll. Another gun being used in the-evidence Is a Colt automatic taken from Bassoff whcu ha was cap- lured at Piucher station. Wish to Observe Neutrality in Russian-Polish fclash With French BERLIN, Aug. Iroops clashed wilh Inhabitants of the town of Kaltowiti, an important mining town it upper Silesia today, 11 .'per- sons being killed and 26 wounded. Polish troops attempted to break up a mass meeting at Ryblmlnk, aboirt 25 miles southwest of Kattowitj, and in the resulltng disorder one person was killed and four wounded.1 Workers ia all Ihe towns in upper Jacob was working'on the Silesia 6iruck a, nooa a. a prote3t econd floor of the school. He heard the wac beu-eeu Russia and hooting and ES.W Mr. llobDrtsou solus across the street. Next ho saw a man coming around Ihe north end f the bank with two guns.' M this iciut he identified Bassoft as the man.. He saw the escaping man pass iver the rocks'at the west'of the ichocl. Arthur Charlesworlh, ot Bellevire, vho was a special constable in the after the bandits, was in the poolroom of the town when he heard shots. He went outside the door aad saw two policemen fall. Continuing, the witness said the prisoner shot two or three shols. inlo Constable Bailey and 'As soon as the snooting stopped the vltness said he-aoUfied the police iri Jlairuiore and Inspector Risk', of Le'thbr'idge. 0" 'oland.. All public utilities wera halt- ed from 12 to 7 o'clock in Ihe evening, Saw Bassoff-'Shoot Bailey Tom Baasotf appeared "In the police this morning for the second day of his preliminary hearing, using a walking stick, i 'not thj' Elicit Bassoff used Ui making'his way from the Halloway ranch to Pincher station where he was ordinary walking- stick supplied by the Alberta Provincial the prisoner's convenience. .He used it for a .step or two In the ordinary way and then lapsed into the cu and all restaurants and stores were Meetings of trade unions were held everywhere iu Iho interests neutrality and demands were made.for the creation of a commission to con- trol the transportation of troops. A crowd at Kaltowilz attacked a detachment of French cavalry, kill- ing a trooper, whereupon the French opened fire machine guns and grenades, killing nine and wounding 26. Milewski, a lawyer and a local Polish Deader, threw a grenado from a window, and was dragged from his house The Iwo of whose :oinrades 'wdrejkilled by the French .fire, have retUE.ed-to .continue on duty After- the. disturbance the Fronch troo'ps were "withdrawn from the town. EDMONTON MAN HEADS THE DENTAL COUNCIL OTTAWA, Aug. Canadla' elected at tho an uual conference of tho Dominion Den tal Council which closed .its session: custom he acouir- last night.were: Dr. H. F, Whittaker ed while prowling around Ihe Frank Edmonton, president; Dr. H.'H. Ab- it. between'his legs bolt, London, Ont., first vice-presi and leaning heavily on It with both dent; Dr. J. S. Bagnall, Charlottetown hands. I P.B.L; second vice-preslde'nt; Dr. W When the first Cowan, M.P., Regina, Eeerelar> and feed merchant Tfte Canadian; Denial Eociatlon, a distinct bodyi annual session here. REPUBLICAN "We favor a fixed and compre- heneive policy of reclamation to in- crease national wealth and produc- tion. We recognize in the development through Federal .action, wilh Us-In- wealth, a safeguard for the Nation. We commend to Congress a policy to reclaim all lishment of lands and the estab- nallonal policy ;..WHAT IHRIGATION HAS DONE IN IDAHO. f Lest there should ha some doubt ntill remaining in the minds of toma .that.irrigated fanning pays, and lest the figures complied by the Herald fallowing that the Coaldale Ifr'gatfon project last year produced an average gross return ot 551.71 on acres under the ditch, the Herald given here- witb come figures of 1919 production Twin Fails, Idaho, Iract, from which, quite a number of farmers In our' Irrigated areas came. In the under there were last year acres, which produced crops rained at or J81.ll per atre 'In addition to tils live stock iuid. dairy products brought the total; gross per aero up lo J87.07, or {32.M in excess of the Coaldale aver- age. The Cpaliale figures may therefore, fcjr coraperfBOB, 48 to be not- at Bll excessrre. In fact the outlook Is good that fie Coaldale district will yet' approach the Twin Falls total provided the prices for farm comnlod- itles were to remain as high aa they i are at present. Tho highest gross returns per acre on the Twin Falls project came from tho orchards. This was an enormous figure. Ot course Southern Alberta cannot consider getting into the' orchard class. But outside the fruit growing, which accounted for only acres of tho total therfr was nothing produced on the Idaho land which cjinnot he produce jusl as successfully or even more BO on our own irrigated tract. Wheat le.1 in total value with J5, or a per acre average o Alfalfa hay brought nex highest total with or }7: per acre. In "this crop the CoaldaV district did considerably better tha Jd.aho, though oa wheat they ralsei bushels last. year, to our averag of 20 tushelj. On alfalfa seed, whic' .'Is a, neglected Industry here, they go a return of acre; on bean J30: on potatoes J25S: on sugar beet i 176; on barley 881; on oats !3Q; corn silage on.onions ot development ot natural resources In rolalion to reclamation through the now designated Government agen- cies." of Bellevue, was called, Bassoff evid-. considerable about proceedings. G. E. Hice was not present but arrived with- RritisK Labor in a couple of minules and then Dass- _ off relaxed into Lis hf.blt of yesterday. r orced 10 UO Home Eiarnig in front of By French Govermnen The court room wap not- as. crowd- _________ ed as yesterday. Many 'of ;the spec- tators were present during the entire PARIS, Aug. Adamso: sessions, of Tuesday, some of them labor member of the British parli: being foreigners. Children were ab-r merit and Harry Gosling, leader i y the English transport workers, rep r Mr.' Wolmsholmc' 'lestified .he senting the British council ot actlo Bassofi shoot Bailey In front of the'of the Triple Alliance of Labor, le restaurant. The witness had been for .London at the request lold of the train'robbecs had 'the French government, after confe gone into the Bellevue Cafe. He saw. ences with tho general labor feder Mr. J, Robertson, J: P. crossing the tlon of France and executives of th street and-the wllness-topk up a pbsl-j.unified Socialist parly. They cam tlon. He could not see Usher, as hoito Paris for the purpose this mor had taken cover when he saw Con- Ing, but soon after their arrival we The English editors got a real Eng- lish welcome in Ontario; it rained all IB time. The western farmer has plenty to eep him busy these days without dvice, very wisely observes the Win- Ipe'g Free Press, Y Total 'Ilv4 'stock''' shipments "vrc'r Another lesson of the great war, ne Saskatoon Slar points out, is that is easier to set the world afire than o put the fire out. stable Frewin pass around .the comer, of the restaurant .building. When Bassoff and Ackroff started requested to leave. Failure to comp wilh Ihe request, it was annomre would call for Iheir expulsion. Befo PICKED UP IN PASSING f 0 II THE BUSY MAN U Is said that the Melghen govern- ent plans a big drive on Quebec. Belseker and Kedlands districts Lftered seriously -from a hailstorm.- Theatre- sweepers .at Montreal are fklug a weekly wage of ?56. Rev. j. G. Yelland, retired Melh- dist minister, died at Exeter. Street car fares in Calgary have een fixed at IS tickets for a dollar. A miner named Broois was in one of tha mines at Cole- sn. The Lords Day Alliance has prgtesl- d against championship golf games Calgsry on Sunday. Rev. Dr. Treleavcn, of Hamilton, HI become pastor of Ingersoll Meth- dist church. Mayor McBrlde, M.P.P., has been ma.d by Brantford laborlles as can- Idale for Iho Federal House. Geo. Thompson, former county coun Illor in Bruce county, died in Elder iis township. Geo. Bell, M. P. P., Victoria, one to -Scotland to stump for pro- ibition. John Gilpln, until a year ago a rest- Cranbrook, died at Port .Marshall Fofh lold the naval cadels 111 a naval address yesterday. Tho claimed another victim ou KrWay afternoon when little Hosy Orchard, agej seven years, f while playing, on river bank at j Kdmonton, was carried away by .the current drowoed. That the Romsn Catholic oh'.irch at near Sudbury, was burned o end u dispute belsveen sections of .he parishonerjs as to tho fairness ol .he location Is indicated by iuvcsllga- tlons which have been conducted, uc- cordlng to accounts furnished the Toronto papers. Resolutions urging (hat "the United States rccngnlzo without delay tho c! Irslsxti" were ssnt by the supreme officers oi the Knights of Columbus lo Secretary of Stato Colby and to the president of Ihe United Stales senate, and the speaker of lh.2 house ,ot. representatives. dentisl ip Brussels, and claims to have met the Toronto man before the. war. as well as when he served In France. He Is a son of Dr. McKeowu of Toronto. For Iho IhirJ successive year tho Soulhern Alberta Oil company, whose head office Is In Calgary, has declared a dividend in excess of 10 per At tha general meeting- of share- holders a dividend -5 per cent, was declared for1 Iho period ending June 20. ent of loody. Christopher E. Frith, 5 years old, was fatally scalded by Ihe overturn- ng of a keltic at a picnic at Fenton, ask. Inspector Robert Birreil was ap- pinled police chief of London, 6 succeed W. T. Williams, who nas eslgned. i A branch, plant of tn American molor firm, which will cost .nd employ men. Is to be eslah- Ished in. London shortly. .Golden Valley camp of the Alplno-' club, which is situated some thirty- five miles from Banff, has been moved iwing to forest fires. I Oil has been struck In small quan-l ities in the well of the Imperial Oil company at Fort Norman, in the far norlh. j A gas'engine, which with generator' cost was sold by the city of Edmonton to R. A. Brown, of Cal- ;ary, for Rev. Christopher Burnett, pastor of the-Marantha Baptist tabernacle, at Detroit, Mich., .has been' Invited .-to Crescent Heights Baptist church, Cal- The-following cabTe to the Montreal Star says: The ncxl war will be fought in the air and under the sea, Frank E. Smith, Independent Labor member of the Xovn Scotia-house of assembly for Shelbourne, has ten- dered his resignation to the pro-i vlncla! secretary, Mr. Smith has re- signed In order lo make his seat avail- able E. H. Armslrmig, com- missioner of works and mines, who failed of re-elecilon In Yarmouth j couuly. Prison slripcs, which through years of use, have acquired a sinister and degrading significance will disappear within the nest year from Canadian lienal instltulions and, henceforth, dis- charged convicts', their debt lo so- ciely paid, will no longer bear with them into the world tho unenviable prison stigma, Indelibly symbolized by the hideous and immlstakeable dis- chargo clothing which was previously supplied by the government. Mariette Van Houde, a Belgian girl, who arrived in Toronto recently, ex- pecliug to meet her fiancee, Captain Walter W. Mc-Keown, C., ivhoni she met overseas, has now entered suit againet liim for breach of promise. She Is Iho daughter of a You'll Be Surprise.d At tho pleasure a- Vlctrol.i lu the home will give you. Music taste. for every Vlctrolas upwards. Sold on terms. at easy We can sell you.every Record made for the Victor Ask for Big Frco Catalog, list- ing and describing every Vlclor Record. 'The Balmoral Block Home of 'the VtctroU" down the street Mr. hobertso'n was be-! their departure, the labor men decla hind a telephone post on the opposite! en they had accomplished .tho .task for Fide of the street from- the -shooting, which they came to-Paris, and thai Mr. Wolms'aolme testified.'Mr. Rob-1 they-were satisfied with the agree- ertson shot, he ,he believes m.ent reached. from the way Bassoft tbraw his'head to one side, Mr. "Robertson's bullet came close to.the fleeing man. On cross examination Mr. nice asked the witness if he-had talked the evidence-over with anyone. Tho evidence had been talked'over be- tween Mr. the .witness' two or tlirea times-In-Bellevue. As! In this district, wpre shipped to a rule three or four others were pres; Monday last for burial. i- pen'accompanied tne re- Dewar, the maker of the distilled tuff .of that name, does'nl think much if a dry America. Hardly! It hits pocket and naturally anything that lurts his business Is wrong.. Tho decision to allow sheep' and altle to enter Canada from Ihe United States' for ahother'year free of duty 3 a wlso .one. It will help rccuoer- lo last'.wlnler'fl loeaos and provide slock ,lo eat up the surplus' fodder rom this year's crop. Lloyd George-has told Gon. TVrangel hat he must paddle his own canoe n his fight against Uolstie'vlsm. There's no doubt about it, the general sentiment against the Bolshevik! is strong, but a lot of people think that he sooner 'left alono the sooner the people of Russia will rise and jlut Lenlne- and Trolzky" in Iheir places without outsKle help. Tyrants do not last long as a rule. ent, the witness aaid, and it-was an informal matic r, Describing the at the door- way of the cafe, Mr. Wolmsholme said Bailey swung out the door, grip- ping the side of the dqor with his left hand and fell full lenglh. It was inly a. half. minute until .he saw Cor- >oral Usher's Hen'a protruding over he step. After he saw Usher fall out, Iho witness .saw _Akrpff next, when Ihe >andit was a few feet away from the floor ot the cafe. Mr.' WplinShoIme vent into his own' 'bfflcc a's soon aa Yaw "Usher's 'heart and he Had, a vitnv to vrilhln eighteen' Inches of t.he Chinaman's Afctoff crouched against ihVvratl' of trib.'cafe, working his way along tov.-ar'rt' the vacant lot b'cuvee-n the Union Hank and the feed store. The witness did npl see Akroff touch the telephone pole In front c- Ihe cafe. 'When AkrolT reached the corner of the flour and Teed store Basaon" was standing In front of .the c.'ifo's.door. A number of vacant houses arc lo be teen In the city that with a llllle expense could be put Into condition foi occupation. Tho owners can't be pay ing taiea or they would fit up these buildings so that they .could bring In revenue. With a hoiisc- more than lively this fall'and winte; osmcthlng should be done, to pu houses of this Mnrl in good condition Most of them arp well located an 'witHMiot, a expenniiiir coufd maile habitabio, Wheat Will Run 25 Bus, to Acre in Carmangay Bist fFrom Our Own Correspondent) CAR5IANGAY, Aug. to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh boy, on August 10. Thos. Goodsir relurned from Water- ton Lake.1? on Sunday. Miss Jennet Nor.cm from Waterton Lakea on Sunday, .where she has been spending a few days camping. W. C. Burfce WES flown to Great Falls, Tilontana, last week buying a car load of horses which he oxpetcg to ship to Carmangay in a few days Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Taylor returned from their camping and flailing'trip at B. C, Ottio says, fishing" was goorl and he th'e trip .ver; much. Cecil Orlner, who has been spend ing his vacation with his talks .a Medicine Hat for the last two weeks returned lo town on Monday. harvest help are coming to under the care }own from the oast and some are nsk- AN OLD TIMER IS BURIED AT CLARESHOLM (From Oiir Own Correspondent) CLAHESHOLMj-'Aus. re- mains'of Mr. Klackf Sr.; an old timer mains to Clareshpjm from1 his home In Edmonton! Mr.' Norman Mckenzle of Clares- holm, has hoiight the Hallst farm cast of town for per acre. Mr. Mc- Kenzlc Js severing hli5 connection with the town, at the cntf of this monlti and will take up hfs-dutles on his farm, Mr. 11 fir rr Dow has spent fhe nast iEORHlP? If so it is. not necessary. Have your feet fitted with proper appliances for relief anol.then treat them properly with. Dr. Scholl's "Three you will have comfortable easy feet and your rheu-, matic pains will leave you. Appliances for All Troubles. Ask To Be Fitted Shoei For All .W. j. NelsoiTi Sherlock Building of bi'. Mrfjufnn. .-Mr: Dow has been ailing for aotne time riast nrjd wp hope that, under the doctor's care for a short ilrnrt he will bo restored lo his old-time self. DANK TO BUILD AT As soon as t gol oiit of tbd cafe he started-to Mr. Wolm- sholme. Three or maybe four shdls were fired, he thought. He was posi- tive tho bandit fired one tit Kailey, and ES he conld not see-Usher, be would r.ol commit himself mbny shots were the Mftuiilic. As 80fm as llassoff finiahcd ing at the policemen Bassoff started to run west, ami the bandits were together nt Iho west corner of tho flour and feed store, and when Akroff ffiiS Bhdut'tvVfi to.U In'thd load, testified Mr, Wo'lm'sholAie. W. U Evnns, of Ulairmorc, who conducts a livery In. Bellevnc, was tha second witness. At'tho tlmo pi the Ehcit.ting he was receiving a shave In Hie barber shop on Iho saith Slile m ,lho street. When -ho got to tho door of Iho shop ho saw IJasscfl standing on.thij sdipwalk .In front.of tho chlo wilh a' gun' IW each hand Ing (lay, but they will not get it as 56.00 seems to bo the going wage. T. J. Simons, of Lethbrldge, was a very pleasant caller In town on Mim- .day. He expected his wife flown frnm i Banff, wberc she has been visiting m i xTiSvn-t onntv-r-'1ier Mr if. V. Morgan, and TAHER NEXT. SPRING returning homo Mr. and Mrs, Simons expect lo visit- Mrs. Simons' folks, Mr. and Mrs. Beaubler, sast of tow TABER. Aug. recent pur- chase of Itie property at tho corner of Kt, and DnnglAS avenue by for a few days. Mayor Teskey cxnects his son, El- for the new bank j mer, here from Vancouver in n few ns a site rtays to of store ns ing, excited much Interest at the tfmo, and en- quiries have been frcnnonl as to the oreillnn tif tho building. According to J. W. Doran, manager at this point. in an Interview today, the plans for the year's building. are drawn up at the beginning of the year, and tho excavation nperallnnn will bo begun this fall, am! the building completed in the .spring. The ('hautaiKjUA closes tonight, and It has linen decided lo have the big tent again next year. ff tf ff tf NO TRACE OF ARELOFF YET ____. {Special lo Ihe Herald) Aug. ft Is sllll a dearth of news re- garding tho hunt for Areloff, Kh66ling. One of soviiiB. Tho policemen Uino Mr. the last, of the. three bamllts he at Mr. Teskey thinks he will have :o to. the hospital for an operation. Wheat cutting Is general. Wheat will go 25 bushels to Ihe acre In the Carmangay district. H. D. Hcrmman la threshing his rye this week. A gang of moil arc at work on tho school house getting It ready for tho Fall term. INVITE ENEMY COUNTRIES TO FINANCE CONFERENCE LONDON, Aug. Interna- tional finance conference at Ilrusscls will be the .first conference since 1fiH to Include the countries which vecctit ly were at war. It Is possible Turkey will also bo Invited. The United Slatos'tias Accepted the Invitation to send delegates. All tho countries in vlted wijl send three representatives The conferences will be consnllatlro and advisory only, none of the dec! Blons to be binding. SEALED KEPT RIGHT ;