Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAliK .U LKTHDKinr.K OAII-Y JIKIUUV AY. .UHIUST 20. in THE surpassing isoaness or our Cottees ir uof surprising if you consider the Story of our fifty years as a busin house fifty years of constant- study to to the coffee drifikers of NortitAmerica the 'best- to be found ilt the plantations' of the world. Chase frSanfcorttt CoSeer To EUROPE -LOW SERVICE Sailings from Montreal ScP'- Saturnia SePL Cassandra............... Sept. 26 Athenia Oct. 1( Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship "DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Hon. Capt. Ambrose Madden, a XVtaninek iiriest ou active service, has been'awarded the D.S.O. "Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. (t) Bird's Eye View of the Bassano Dam. (21 The Dam Under Conduction. (3) The Sluice Gates Open. (.1) Distributing the Water. UT on the prairies at Western I Canada and among the moun- V-' tain valleys of British Colum- bia deserts aro being turned into cordens by the application ot life- giving waters. desert is a potential garden if this "one chief necessity is meu though it is not fair to use the word desert or even an arid region, for Al- berta is neither arid or desert. Bu: nature may often be assisted in her great task ot production, and this is what the irrigation systems of the Canadian West lire doing. Iii Alberta the Canadian Pacilic Railway is developing the largest in- dividual Irrigation project on the Am- erican continent, with an area larger than the total irrigated area" in either Colorado "or "California. Portions ot tract ot three million .acres will be included in this prosperous and Jsrtils -so-called "dry belt" region. The western section Is: already rom- ;pleted. including sixteen hundred smiles ol canals and ditches. The Eastern section is in process of de- rrelqnment where twenty-five hundred 'miles of canala and ditches will be required for the'service. On April 25. the great Irriga- tion dam at Bassano. Alberta, was opened. Built across the .Bow River, eighty-miles east of Calgary, the huge 7.000 feet long, will con- serve the water of the Bow for the eastern-section. Another great engm- A FTER exercise of any whether sport or work, you will find the cooling, soothing, refreshing action of ivory Soap most grateful. Then the mild, bubbling lather enters every pore and gently absorbs the dust and perspir- ation without 'a hint of smart or burn, that the final rinsing leaves the skin soft, smooth and clean. SO IVORY SOAP IT FLOATS eeriue wort, irhlch wfll scnrd tlio same tract. la :i giant aqueduct at Brooka, thirty miles east, two miles in length, wiicli carries the ot a branch canal over a .wide valley. One ban only to visit this great undertaking of the Canadian Pacitlc Railway to realize not only its mag- nitude but the results it indeed is. producing. Here Is one bt the smaller radiating ditches. HIM' rippling water. On either tuvhk na- ture has responded, with a luxuriant growth, and a garden of .productivity is ths result. The whoat, fields ex- lend a their BpaJy-Matlft whore Uio --........settler is -assisted generously in es- bia the eEtect of irrigation systems i Marquis wheat on irrigated land ran forty-four bushels tb the [compared with only on nori-irriga- ihie lands. Here the C.P.11- provide Garden of Eden-and continuing to Alberta irrigation system is one iliac haa'cpntributed to the produc- tivity and io Canada's wealth OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO Efficient and Prompt Service in every Department ;SAVINGS; BANK at all Branches. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F.BLETCHER, Manager. 258, 13th Slrcol N. OF CANADA For Cmnbrook and Fernie Electors remeilv those wrongs you nuiet the coin-age aud hardihood to the whole machine, and all the little wbeips that belong to it." do not want our go.yeniment iii the criminal' dock as.s the govrihinent Is now in the criminal dock We should put in the stop gap 'Dogmatic dictatorial, cruel, are all tlie'.ieiiots of these machines." -were striking statements about the Bowser government in B.C. inade b> Sir Charles Hibbcri Tupper iir'ihe address he delivered at Victoria. OthPr ttnklng statements follow: "I should he sorry for the Dominion if 111 01 dei to Keep Sir Robert Bordeii In -power at Ottawa, our bones here have been picket! bare." "It (the machine system) is so ram- pant in this province that-the days are not far distant when you will feel the full'effects-of >lt bought him (referring to Hon. A for the price of an In the province or British Columbia what relations have all those raids on the. treasury to Sir Robert -Unnlen? N.. He never was nor conferred with in respect io the pil- fering.-' that Mr. Brewster means I what he says, throughout thf- ithat hg will" Absolutely destroy this curseftrsyKtem'of political patronage.' I "What, we have to ask ours elves is, are our affairs in the hands false "Here is an attorney general who is titular leader of the bar, and Is never seen in "The position o7 attorney general at the same iime head of a leading law. firm in the province, is the most scan- dalous, mean, contemptible condition of affairs, which ever disgraced a pro- vince in Canada." "Ever since the attorney general tered'.offices, hehas tightened the and in 100 different ways'-life has secured control over you and me." Speaking of the over payment to the HOE POLISHE YOUR SHOES NEAT F. F. Dtlley Co, of Canada, Lid., Ha'.nillon, Pacific Great Eastern tors, Sir Charles VTJiRt sum manipulated, illegally manipulated for Hie benefit of attorney gener- al's clients." .L 1 "We have become clients- of the j attorney general's firm." "Thii'is thp time up. and ask whether we a struggle for o'raii gorenuilfervf." "1 have no when 1 :-a. voting for the the i only way to prevent the''elSc'.ton of thn Bowser canaidatM." "I am prepared to-do io put the Bowser candidates nut, nV.t be- cause I believe in ins Liberal poiicr, 'but because the only-way they'caJL be pui out is to vote for tha men pief vote againat them.'' i "iSo far ivR have oiily seolcscd snake, but tliis time" we :arc i kill it." I "I want to come IIOTT tc ,i merit of the attorney general. Unnied- iatoly I hear'declarations gine. Let me aay. iimt gnncval with his appi'opria- for detectives, iitid I'ltae, should have: ablo io j prits by the scruff of -Tliifr. for ibis. This is just done id cloud the were in Mis Vancouver election .compared to the thousands who vmed" iu-re- turn Mr. Macdonald! "Whan wo have io p.sU.ourioives is are our affairs in thn .of false trustees? Who are these .falth'fu] i trieuds whu hum wiih the Don't Endure Itching Skin We urge all sufferers who have sought relief In vain, to try this llnuiu i i ilic DDD Prescription for I-C7Qina sttin stnntly to ila soothing oils. Its ingrcd. Ip.uls. oil of wlnlergreen. thymol'and glycerine, have hcen used hy docjoi for yours in ihe cure of (he flkin. Tlif lionhi (orni f.arrioH thesn IicalitlB In- predicnts down through io the root of the (Hseaae. Comn to ufl and we will tell you more ahout this remarkable remedy. ;Vour monej birk unless the llrut Iioltlc relieve-! uii ODD s 01 r hcaltln Ask. ibout jt For IS-'ycite the .Standard _______________ Skin Memedy J. u. HlBlnuothain.ft LetlibridBC, Aloertii I minister's pack as he goes round. Yoji 'have Mr. H. F. who lost his position ill the government because he j was false to his trust. I am usins toinister of this country is huiuing in, couples.'and one thR couples he is} finked with is Mr. Ellison, who he wants to put back" into a position of D. D. D. Advertisement. IsTrone language. Itllt i-3 i1- not a. fact'? What'do .you think of it? .Is It not Tlien you have .Mr. Ellison: He lost ihis poBition because to his triVnt. I hare said .that RING UP For YOUR NEXT QRDER of PRINTING QUALITY and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO.; LTD. Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing: son .and daughter personal Savings Account In the Union Biink of Canada, opportunities to save and training in to .expend money Such an education in thrift'and saving wHl prov. Invaluable LETHBRIDGE BRANCH O. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY. LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF HAS INSTALLED SAFETY. DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title, Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other "valuables in one of these boxes FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO j Lethbridge Branch R. I Brymner, ;Mgt- i Mrs, Win. Enidn lius relnriiocl ,rrom< !i visit in North .DaHotil. Coaldale News Mrs' B S. 1'iiwsoii .entertained -ft. (From oiit'fei 'CorVMiioiSiwO comiuiny of youi.B Inillm Wedncadair. Co'aWalc, Aug. Claire evening in honor of Ctinnon eriCorfalned a smnl! McOowefl. of yount' ladles TiieftHa.V.JnrtErnoon ill reucc eiouuds, "Oiil- Mrs- is" 1' frnnk SiiKKllt. a Kiltie from the: MltShcU Niirawy grouns. u- idoor games were played ami dr-inty luge. 'baskets were found hidden nmoilg the] Frank Suggilt, a Mllli.' fionl j flowers and trues. .which were j camp, ia visiting his brother, 'filled with. .a. delicious liinch. Suggitt. ;Your Daut-htor's Matter of Prime Importance ALBERTA4 COLLEGE OF RELl DEER (Temporarily Located in Assiniboia Hall, University Building, ..----Edmonton A Distinctly llcaldenltal and Day School tor Oirla and Yoiirie Wonicn only. Ofloring cscepllonnl udvantagea for thc.r Irainins ACADEMIC COURSES, cover Public and High School Work up to and. including University Matriculation Musics Art, Household SoieiKO jnd finl Cotnm'erclal Cojl.rsc fncluilrtgvStcnpgrSpny and Typewriting. A Christian School, Non-Sectarian In all its Work and Spirit EmphEBI? lald'joh Its Disclpliile, which is firm, kindly and conslanl QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS Mod-rate. Fall term opens .TUESDAY, .SEPT. J2TH, 1916 President AHHlnllMlii Hall, Udmonton South, Alhertn.