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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It THURSDAY, Alt.fST 21. 1919 _ UCTHBIUDGK. ALHKHTA. PAGE SEVEN Members of the Editorial Party Wednesday of -next .week is Id l-u lldd day for Irrigation when it- Jrcui vveiy iiart of fomb with gather to make a stiaiinii which i-alciilajed lj jr-est on Hon. Meighen. mln- ENTERTAIN MK. MEK.HEN i.UNCIIEON WEDNESDAY that tto Kroiii thrr accompanying list it will Ic- that every state In I Union is represented in the National Editorial Astoc'alion psrty which will be hyrc u" KHitjrJay Th'j parly, which Is as over nvo hundred strong: Kred W. Alsopn anj wife, ble for weeds lion for irrigation U not a myth but a hiro realty. I' I: believed the', at l-an 1000 [Brmun will leave lueir work for that one day lu order 13 make a showing which will produce i lie results. Many delegations of farmers from various locals of tbe Irrigation De- velopment Association are expected j lo call on Hon. Mr. 'Melgben during Ihe day In order to urge irrigation ex- tensions in their particular districts. The oit demonstration, however, will lie held In the evening when a public meeting will he held in Wesley hall. At this nieetins Hon. Mr. lleighen speak. Jt is hardly likely that he will take irrigation as his theme HS he will not care to "commit the gov- ernment until after he has consulted Irs colleagues in Ihe Dominion cabi- net, hut it is felt that it the lorium of Wesley church can be filled by fanners showing a keen interest extension >if irrigation in fill sections of southern Alberta. Mr. Meigben will ho able to lake back 10 Ottawa with'him a message whirh will Impress, other members, ot Ihe cabinet.' II is also nptel by leaders in the irrfsat'.on movcmciil that Hon. Mr Melghen and lion. Mr. Caldcr are making thefr trip weel especially (o father first hand information of con- ditions In (be drouth districts in order that, at the coming session, some steps may oe taken to provide the necessary relief. "If we can show these gentlemen thai the relief we noss want is that of a permanent na In addition to the miss meeting un- der tho auspices of, the Irrigation He velopmcnl Association in church iieit Wednesday hcthbridge schools established a re- cord In tbe percentage of Grade Vlll pupils passing the deparuneTal exam- inations this sumBKT ibat will be Lard to beal. In siiitu of vtoe fad ___ .....______ .that tho schools t-lopud for elshl Mrs. K. K. Adau'bJ weeks owing' to the influenza epi- Craiiil Junction. Colorado; W. U. idemic. 34.3S per cent, of liie pupils writing were successful, si passing In Central lu West Wesley rUglir, at which Hon. Arthur .Meigtien will speak, the hoard of trado is arranging Allemlcr Democrat, iilooinCic-ld, Iowa; K. A. Allbrisht. .Summer County News, a luncheon in his honor on Wednes-j day noon. The luncheon will be held In the Knox church basement, and will he supplied by Iho ladles of the Women's Civic Club. Seating capacity be provided tor only 100 penult, Uallulin. lleuben Atkinsoii, News, llruokhaveil, -Miss.; Aikens and Mrs. Aiketss, Stttr, Frauk- lin. 1ml Charles W. nanm and w'fe. Cen- tral News. I'crkosie, out of S9 candidates. Dixun. 111.; wife. Record. I.iiilz. C. J. Blackburn. Itecord. Blackburn school 33 out of uliiiBter 21 out of -I; at Fleeuvood l'i out of 16, though ilienr U a doubt lo one name, anil in HI. Basil'd 1- out of H. Kollowing are successful Lctb- bridge'pupils; CENTRAL SCHOOL Dorothea Allison, Kathleen Allison,, AUWS, .miiuicLru i KM, i., ticn, Ljiiict: i IUJCIILL; as there will be quite a number i weekly Tribune. Fc-rt ScolL Kenneth Crozier, llyron Dafoc, Frank of men from outsido districts pros- Jlo.; MiiB Anna Bollinger. Herald, I Alberla Audet. Kathleen Ball. Helen Winona, Minn.: W. E. itasaler llawdco, Earl Dlckcll, William Boy "e. News, Middleburgh, T.; K. den, Grace Christen, Florence Church, local business men who wish to attend should notify Sccrclary Kosc o( Hie hoard of trade as soon as pos- I Kan.; 11. 'riiicetuii, Hailey, Mr. Ialel III., er. Telcgrapli Dlxon. III.; F. B. Sterling. Daily Call Itoekford, III.; Mr. ficherzenger, wife and son. GazcUt. Nelson. Neb. Krnest Trimmer and Harry Trim- mer, nenubilc-Gazettc, Gore, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. If. W. Trovillion and Miss stmction of u-ceds on his own prop imy and if the work is not done tlu can order tlie weeds destroycc and charge the cost up as pan of ihi taxes. ory owuer Lcudinif'JJanK' OITicia! at Board of Trade Luncheon eafts Sfalcmcnls Cir- culated Miss.; S. I.yinan Black, Mrs. Illack. Mies Black. Dally News, Elgin. 111.: Mrs. W. A. Buckingham, 1'rcss Baltimore. MJ. Mr. and -Mrs. W. K. Carpenter. Cour- ier, Lincoln. 111.; Mr. anil -Mrr CroEsman, Daily Press, Sioux I'-iUs, iS. D.; C. Ciivvard. Herrin, 111. ll.odic, Wis.; F. J. Cramplon, Alabuni.i Charlotte Velleley, I'ress, Dickinson, jOililfcllow, Montgomery. Alba.: D.: Miss Alela Vesscy and F. E. jCreelniun iC. X. J. Ilyron Cain. Vnssey, Farm News, Wessinglon [News, liclkr'l'laine. Kan.: C. 11. L'h'.l- Sitrfiigs, S.D. ilrcss. I'ress. FatrfieM. Ill-: O. Cas- j. g. Walker; S. Whllcoiub and well and wife. Itnlletin, DennUon, la. wife, Tribune, Albert Minn.: Will Mr. and -Mrs. 13. C. Dow. Dally Ar- Willie and family, fjrey Kagle. Minn.; BUS. Sioux Falls, S. D.; Lura Dow, i 'J, White 1C. N. John Waldorf, Palmyra, Wis.; Mildred a? a cit) 13 Ihe deslruciion of noxious witiiin its boi'iler.T and owners eliouM see that weeds are cleared iroai gar- IlultQD, 1-ora Kesler. ileus and vacant property. Mvian Duleie Lipiitngn-tll, i fjlf a small approiiria .McOynUjr, -Margaret AlclV-jtion each year for ruuing' ivecdi on larold Jk-N'abb, Donald Miuler. anj ,.jlv and most oflv ladowski. finest Tillack, Lillian, lhc larger iiatuhcs vteighcn I wife, Signal, Ocncva, Neb. anci Inre which Irrigation can afford, lvc Doming to your district'to invesl (C. N. Miss .Watson and compau-, ion; Mrs. C. VVoodriiig, Peru. III.; J. Rdv Williams and wife, j News-Capital, McAIestcr, Okla.; Mr. I and Mrs. H. P. Will, Wcsslnstqniati, i Lethbridge will not annex all the i will have accomplished a said S.v S, Dunham, acting chairman of the l.D.A. to the Herald Ws morning. is the psychological moment to slrlke, The minister o( the interior will lie going from here directly hack lo Oltawa. We must make such-an Impression next Wednesday lhat there will'be no other thought in his mind when ho 'returns lo Ottawa but that tinick uctfon must taken lo hurry irrigation- projects in'.southern ..Al- I hope the'people ot soulliern .Uberla-will realize their opportunity ;ate conditions. You should consider yourselves fortunate, too. that this year you have In your irrigation dis- honor oi entertaining the visiting Miss "Xnuders, Pen Women. Colum-'lors on Saturday. Coaldale Is goir.g lo do her shore. Tile gem of the irri- i I gnUon bell has undertaken to provide] above 20 'autos for Hie accommodation of M'css'ngtoii Springs, S.D. bus. .Neb. trlct some of 'the very finest crops jji'.sc Grace Fullz, Pantograph, Bloom B. A. Field, Telegraph. Dixon, 111.; v'ille, -Miss.; I.. 11. Frailer. I'ress. ofthr! lie-parly through that district, while Aurora, III.; Dewitl Foster iC. N. Prominent Men Prominent .delegates named 1 have ever had the privilege to sec. The vilue of irrigation has been most admirably shown this year." K. P. Winslow, general superintend- ent, of western branches of the Hank of Montreal, was the guest at the Third Colorado district, president ot the association; Den Herbert, son of "Father" Herbert, the founder of the Herald, Tracy, 'association.and editor of the National {Printer-Journalist; 'if. Hoard, owner of 111. diaries Guttason. Minn. J. C. Gillespie and wile, Sentinel. I.a j Hoard's Dairyman, the' largest paper Mars, Iowa; -I. D.