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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUUK XII. LKTHBRJDGE. ALBERTA. WKDXESOAY, AUGUST 27, Iflhl NUMBER 217 GREATEST DISCOVERY OF GOLD NEAR THE PAS IN HISTORYOF CANADA No More Allocation of Irrigation Waters In Southern Alberta Till DENIKINE ADVANCES BUT BOLSHIES ARE IN Comprehensive Plan Developed! POSSESSION OF PSKOV KATE OF HUN CREW OF THE SUBMARINE IJHEMEN NOT KNOWN LONDON, Aug. is no Iriilli in Hit report Ihnl I he crcvv of the Goriiiiiii com- mercial submarine Dromon captured during llic war mid returned recently to Ger- many, according to official mroriiiutiui) given onl loilay. II was added thai HIP Brilish admiralty has no knowjcdfic concerning Hie Tatc of Ihc Urcnicn, hul that it is assum- ed llic submarine foundered while endeavoring to cross llic Atlantic. Vein Six Keel Wide With Four' So is lhc for.Southern Alberta has immediately on his re- Ucniliine Continues lo Advance river lor irrigation pur- siu-li proportions, lhc guv- Inrn to Ollmva. and an oidcr-in- Inch Slreak of Ciold, i poses in Southern Alberla Ihui a radical in llic niclhod of COIM'EK LAKE OHK HUNS FIFTY I'KR CENT. THE PAS, Aug. tails of the gold discovery made at Copper Lake by J. P. Gordon show that he uncovered a vein six Feel wide with a four-inch streak of and gold with a determined volume of 50 per cent. Gold samples have arrived here containing leaf and nUQgel gold and in one sample the leaf gold was koldinQ the quarts together. Commissioner Wallace has Issued a statement saying that no similar rich discovery has ever corne un- der hlr'nollce. Gordon says that he sunk a yst pit three feet down and gold was seen down the side o' one wall and freely upon the bctlom. The formation surround- ing the discovery Is a. granite chlam located in a small basin of LaJce. A rush of prospectors and min- ing men has ta'ken place and lown Is emptied o! every avail- able man. begins to llir diil'iuillv will hr lo lind enough granting irrigation water rights! water to irrigate all I he land llic is jibonl lo amiuinici'il by Hit' farmers desire to have irrigated. Dominion governiiU'iil, accord- j I'ndrr lhc circumstances, il is ing loan inlimalioM made to Ihi'jiimliT.slood that 1'. Drake, Herald Iiy a government official 'Superintendent of Ilir licc.'ama- lion Service of llic Department Ihis morning. Heretofore llic puJii-v in jof Ihe liilerior. granting irrigation water rights ctl lo lion. Arthur Mcighcn. has been "lirsl litsl scrv-i minister, ilial until a compre- Toronto -Globe Correspondent, joints Out True Situation .in I Drouth Districts ed." Private irrigation concerns here, and there have been cd Ihe right lo lake water from lhc rivers indiscriminately. N'ow, however, Hie agitation.for irrigation from the rivers of hensive scheme of irrigation for llio. districts, asking irrigation extensions is developed, there shall be no further allocation of waters of the rivers. The. niin- isler is expected lo ad on Ibis council lo that effect will likely he issued wilhout delay. Jttsi wlml this announcement means to Southern Alberta re- mains lo be seen, 1ml it is lhc best indication ycl of (he fact Ihiit llic rccognizt'S the sincerity of all this agitation for irrigation ex- tension in Southern Alberta and is ready lo help out with a com- prehensive plan lo mrel lhc sil- iifilion. In a 'word il means thai Hon. Mr.-Meighcii's visil has so im- pressed him as (o produce prsic- lical results on the spot. With Hapidily All Along Ihe Line Macleod Farmer? Present Memorial on Irrigation toJrlon. Mr. Meighen u> vrlio have Jrawii IhiE I liavi properly conserved uy daois and slor- FORCES i CLAIM VOLGA SUCCESS I LON'DON'. Aus. cociiuunicailcn by lhc war oi- jficc stated that Ren. Dcnik.iic's aj- on lhc western R-jssian I rout conl.nuDS with'great rcijmlUy all atoni? be linn. The capture ot is confirmed, .ho city having been nktti by a de- of volitnieers after two Jays' bombardment in ihe Hhich Sea. The detach in en L ivas landed and drove the Uolshcvikl out of tbc town. Along both banks of the Dnieper the volunteer advance toward Kiev Is pro- It la staled on reliable authority Jiat lhc UolshCTik forces throughout the whole of lhc Ukraine arc com- pletely demoralized. PSKOV TAKEN BY THE BOLSHIES J-O.VDON. Aug. south- west of Pclrograd, Las Veen captured by HolBbcvlk forces, according to an official statement Issued at Moscow. The Holshcviki also claim successes on the Volga, in Gen. Dcniklno's tor- rilon-. They "report tho capture or Kami'shin, on Ibe "Volga, 120 miles southwest ot Saraiov, by Uieir forces MACLEOD. Aug. iU. -The imirniiisiu still iu roidliie train brought the minister of the tcrior, who was accompanied by Ilon. Sow Sir, "I iKi'v'a finished the read- S. L'aldor. Oilier visitors were "-J ing, before nandins you ibis mem- in r am meutiou brief- ai .M. P., (.'ol. Spencer, K. T. Drake and ollicrs. The meeting was held in Iho town hall, which "was crowded with lv ULC: ivaler "supply. St. Marys, Old Creek ami I TORONTO, Globe's Cnrrent, II. 'B. MacKinnon', wires: -I "It Is as'well that it be iind_____ In eastern Canada at once Lhat, even (lie ..hundred .and, fifty million crop that now seems a many of .-dollftra.-.. wilUljc required Three More Complete Ilound ,1'lyine Timc'9-Hr. 51 Min. listeners, alincst all farmers, j msh Klrcr nn, u J rj7crs nted-! age reservoirs. are also lold by the same re lial'lo authority that an' area of an- iroxloiatcly 'one hundred thousand icres will require half of, the water supply ot the Old Mr.n Hirer at lov, WRler, In otlicr two liundrcd tliansanil acres would require tho which are declared to be advancing to- ward Tzaritzin, 100 miles farther south on the Volga. In Ihe district to the northeast ot Kamishin the Bolshevik statement re- ports tbc reoccunatlou by soviet forces of the towno of Povorino and Boris- ____________ __ ____ ____ _._ who after havinj their case presented-! supply would total supply o[ tlie Old Man river ex- hy John h. Knweeit. auJ sjpponed Iiy be jorlvcj 1Ve from your copt at. frcahet time, and it will lie f prominent farmers, who spoio iu Ilicir j commissiouer of Irrigation, Mr. Pet- apparent to you tbat water taken un- own langniiBc, and- told the nilnlsleri there-'is'. abundance of ivalcr Uicse conditions from the Old Man Ilie real necessity ot irrigation: 'I annually nojrinE ilown these water the largest -ol the rivers would not Honorable Artlinr MciBbcn and Col- j from toe mountains sufficient begin to irriEnte the whole area prob- leagues; for ihc-'-'reltct' ol -'so-tilled-. .rlclicn. farrtiere. will nom- ployce of EKcson'-AirplaDo" Com- pany, being Echl'oliV Iri a. Curliss nia- rTrtae.'Uievfaclors'61 lodd .for .setllefs On- Rnd ihclr famines; coal for farm homes', iarlo' in ftn endeavor lo .locale the thai hare Dohe-aiidjiaro no money to missing nvlalor. Toronto Jife jmrclmsc.any; seed grain lor raun! saving crew notified and who had no crop Lo cul, and fopii for jhavc Joined in. Ihe search. is the jhainlcnanco of such horaca AHdi thought lhat the nlfrapn would cross caLLlc as are essential OH Ihe home- the lake In nn endeavor lo make fas- sLt-ads. "I liavo' not bceti In a household where (here Mas evident aii actual anorlngc of food, but I have talked wllli lownshlp couuclllorB ami olhcr i aiLSEOLA, Aug. municipal officers ivho do rioL know competing in iBlenjalion- they arc golns to meet nl Mr race boLvveen New York, To- 'maud's or their constituents. 1 lure JroiiLo and return arrived here this noU seen a. single animnl sutferlnp i morning niter a complcledTOimd trip, much Iron. of fecil, but 1 have All ihrec piloled Dehaviland lour ma- talked with in RouLhcrn SaEfcaL-: chines. ler time, although a mi niter of com- petitors have used-the "safe, roule" way of Hamilton, would hear tho message. I, llic greatest iiridt in .-can- ing jhis niDDiorial for I believe thai Ihe men responsible for R have caught a gliiufiiC of lhc greater visions-have, as it iverc, looked away fronr their own quarler section ot their own lillle Jlistrjct, Riid arc' viewing, lhc situation as Lroad minded Canadian citizens interested beyond their own' family affairs, tlieir own local horizon and desirous that you. Sir, and your colleagues nt Oitavva, shall also see, as 1 Ihink they have SMIL this 'vast area smiling (inflcr prosperity, a happy Hum an Side of iFarmifag er GrsL right to first applicant, and Jwith nil bur'iTbndorful supply of waler (so generously, provided It; would ap- lycar Lo me and to the genflcMncn who [ireparod ,lliis memorial that 'his system ivas nil right in the minion of their Meighen and Cnlder See And Hear Actual Irrigation Experiences Oanadn, ami csper.ially chew Ibc. Tains Iinvc tiot-ljeeii so gcnernl as in-Al-, aro moving their'.herds hundreds of inlles Inlo lhc north "There may be no gtnerfU dlatress al Iho 'moment; there may not bii as "yet. nny specific crises of wnnL or of a very con- crete hind Is Imminent. "Tho fact lllat ono thinks ihal this prorlnco Iiaa a splendid crop nnd lhat good crops occur al many isolated spots arc not going lo tide orer dim-. cult Ecs ol the many thousands whose .lidmeg arc In the four-flltha 6T this vast area." BULLETINS MARTIAL LAW IN HUNGARY PARIS, Am. law, which was proclaimed In Buda- pest A few days aoo, has been extended to Ihe of Hun- garyr according 1ft a HavflE dis-" patch from Budapest. BARKER WINS TORONTO, AUK. W. 0. Darker, V, C., Uie famous Can- artinn airmail, flylns ti caplureil GCrniBii [okiier corn- j'lctctl thn round (rip from' Tor- i onto to New York anil return in Iho Intornallonal toliy nl n.ln.- Up was Iho flrBl of lhc com- peting RTlntorfi fo nrrlvc nL Lca- Eldc Loclay and llic crowd at tho airdrohio gave blm a great ro- Col. Darker declared llial his loft arm. whlrll was frozen during paslern flight, n'B3 uncom-'" fdrlablo. but hnd not caused lilin much IncoiivcnlGnco- In making tho [rip from Dufklo lliU morning. QOMPEflS TO HELP ACTORS -NEW yonit, Aug. Com- pers lAHt'nleht pledged "67ery sen'lco And aid? of the American Federation o( Lator to tho Aclors' Eqully Asso- ciation until there comes an donor- able and Jullillalilc end lo, lhc nclors' itrlke. lie nppwrerl iiii6xpecledlr at of members of Iho Rssoclallon and dellrercd hTa promlso of imnl'utcd In person from speakers' nlalform, "n flglit fo Ihe flnlKh." lie was glvrn nn en- ovation. Lieut. Roljert.H.'.Midklff, who lefl Monday aflernoon, CTtlt yield at 11.20 o'clock on tliis proufl or that portion llicy have .chosen for llieir homes. I I think, Sir, 1 am justified In saying' lint in very few instances will ind a people who iniJi virtually do so morning. He1 .estimated his actual flying (line at'ntno.hours and.51 inln-i eg. He carried Ecrgt. Mclylllo as passenger. Capt. "A. R Slmonin flclshcJ Ihe trip at-I'i.40 o'clock ivlth Mnjor Jlillpr as passGngen i Lieut. C.'F. with Lieut. 3, II. Oisli as'a pasaenger, landed al 11.50 o'clock, lie carried several kl- .crs from'the Canadian officials lo the local promolfirs of tho contest. .O. 3. Jones, JlyiDB a Curllss ma- chine, started for Albany al 12.S3 o'clock. Mo already had made the trip from Toroirld lo this city, hut the (llghi was unofficial, nnd he started on the first, leg ot his official flight this afternoon. The mnchlno used .hy Lieut. C.-W. Maynanl, ouo of tho three contcslnnls who completed iho, round (rip last night, was renumbered today nnd will ho used hy Lieut. Chprlcs L, a new conlcalaul. miich solid inlclligcnt dcas as ottcn expressed, cvid- cncc of ,o [ho -_____________________. reason of the of Hon. Artliur MciEhen, Hon. J. A. Calilcr anil .olhcr I Uominlon officials (That Wei'' Icy Chiirch will be nileii lo lhc doors j lonlght was -the indicalloh early in the-day, and artooujfjl 'Ibo arc expected lo louch but liBhtly. on irrigation in Ihcir speccnes, liic farm- ers arc going lo prcs- l cnco in large niimlicrs that are most sincere in Ihclr ablution. This mornlns. the minis'lcrs and LGN'DON'. 1BE1HERE ns. Tbc JJrllfsh labor lo lhc Intcfnallonal conferences Ic be htild Tn U'flah In October probably tdcludo Cleorgo Xleoll naTfie3, labor, incrr.ber oj pnrJIdiDGnL inlnJslor ivJUioiit portfol4o In t.he Brltls'i cablncl; Sir Malcolm de nsslslanj. under secretary of stale Inr lhc home office. nnd Arthur Ilondersqn, labor In Ihe KOUJO of commons, A3 "soon whose farmers from every distriftt of the ng into Ihe clly this Si'-'lon with irriga- ij inE in in- fancy ot Irrigation yet when Ihe reaches the greater propor- lions Lhat it now reached It is the duly ol our sovernment lo sec lhat llio supply of wilier is -fairly and distributed in the interest of our whole country, and Uiat-tlia present system cannbt'.Vjul result in discrimination. hand you the paper with the very. greatest of Ealisfaclion, .is il. is apparent to all lliat you have listened with ths utmost. Interest, -and it nmy be, have also, rccelred tne vialon of the greater prosperity for this whole gouUi country. Your reputation, your ability ami your keen interest 1 fully lielievc warrants us in reeling suite- ficil IhaL this great undertaking will receive yoilr most .earnest sympathetic and energetic .issisiancc. 11EV1VAL 01' THE TORY PARTY UNDER HON. R. ROGERS CAN'T SUCCEED OTTAWA, Aug. in" lion. Hubert Hoger.s' speech in Winnipeg al Hit Conservative Ilie Citizen says: "Tlio attempt lo revive Hie moribund Consci-vntive parly as il existed prior to Ibe last gcncrnl election can not suc- ceed. At least il can nol sltow icsulls willi lion. Mr. Hogers on llic working end of llic nob'lical pulmolor. Slrippetl of all verbal cainonflage, Ibe idea is merely tbe resuscita- tion of lhc parly of high larilT and special privilcgcD." Controls Largn Territory PAHIS. Axis. Danikine.-lhc anli-nolshevlk. leader in southern lussia, dominates' a'territory argcr than Germany, and his forces arc daily progressing.1 Into --.central witli coronaratl.vely slight oppb- cording to accurate military. Intorma- tlon received cxtcndbd from a Odessa BcJrlKward- to Kliiabclgrad, Ihen few miles eonth of Kursh, tneu to Xovo 'KopersV, ou tile Volga, a feiv miles soiilli.of Saratov. IShice Ihls disiir.tcu was re- ceived, tlii capliirc of OJessa IJolshevil; forces lias ueen anooiinccd.) (Jen. Denlkiae also occupies all-llie naucasua regjon from Ibe Caspian-to Iho Black Sea and south to the Ofcbr- liorder. His forces are not oc- Aslrakcau, at. the montli of the Volga, unt no ccnirola IrafriG-Gn that river hy occupying and. a stretch along, the river. nmiiinE nortnwaril for a of 350 miles. Declares Action in Delaying the. Bye-Elections Atlacks Rights of People the (ConUnneil nn page tour) Ills Visit to Toronto Comes To party c.' local men lelt early for nay- End Veterans OTTAWA, Aug. 27. -If Ibe conditions prove favorable Ihere where !hey will look over res- ervoir sites near that.Jown, and will LOS AXGELES. Calif.. Aug. 27 llepreseDlatives ol the four ra'.lroad brolherboods Here have received duli- also atlend a brief reception in Iho Ilile inEtnlclions from Kneai1 Town. At noon, a luncheon Is j rtl] g SLouc prcslilent of the- Brother- bcing held. Yeslcrrtay afternoon both Mr. j turn tn irork immfidiateJv. This an- conaiions prove moron e uierejj, h }lr CMet proinkcs o he a .creat misli on par-j nral.nallfl 1nformallon on llamcnt lull lomorrnw when and' oilier nd.lressr-s Wll he presented- la j lhc- I'rlnco of Wales shorllv alter his arrival in at 11 a.m. In their trip through the anil Chin districts. Piloted nouncciiiciit "was early lofiny. Leaders o( the striking trainmen sniil a. mcclhig woulil be held to rlctcrmlnd H-liaTacllon shoiilrl be 1 In Raymond 'Party of Farmers Meets Him There OF ELECTIONS FIXED FOR OCT. 27 uinK 'Llie TiTC-election wrils, uBAblc and can oul.r bo explained.. lh'ecfeovornin6nrE coinplfje ejic'e to lhc' right of the people l6J" control The foregoiiig; statement was inade; 'jr Hon. King, leorfer" ot lift liberal p'trly, in a statement regarding .the hye-6lecLlon loday.- "RcpreseritatJoji In jiprllamejiL is ihe' first rtebl of a ffte. deular'ptl" King. "Every denial or menl oMhal in. the nature of Infringement or- a fundamental-' liherty. In arranging lor the byo-elRc- ttons on Ocloucr 27 the goTCrnment' lias corLtrls'ecl to maintain eight va-, cancies "in parliament for the period. o'[ the enduing scEslon, which the public has lo understand -vvHI b.'. concluded before that dale. The dc; lay in issuing the writg is itiescusable anrt can onlj" be explained by Ihs- gbvernmehl's complete inditferencc to the right of the peonlc'to control par: Expect Short Session OTTAWA, Aug. the an- nouncement lodaj- ot the dale lor the and bje-clecirtms hi va- cant coitstttuenc'es, the former, to be held on October 20 and the lallcr oil October 27, in all cases, it became cvi-. EOssion is expected to end about, tbc first Tvccfc in October., That Is the hope'nt present expressed (Special to The Herald! HAYMO'ND. Aufc. Arthur] in government circles. Unaor lhc att nt TeCJnt leighfn anil Hon. J. 'A. Calilcr paldi naymonil their first visit Ihl3 morning1 session, il .was slated il Is I when some of the Ell ilOB'n lo look over possible.., hold a bye election in less. for reser- ihan 'two months, except In conslltu- volrs. in the proposed Lelhbrlilgo cncjcS which contain no village or.. Sonllieaslcrly projccl. In the party.jiolyn morc-.lban populalW. ero W. A. nuchP.nan. M.P.; Jl. This is lhc subslance of the rejinrt alllday, Col. Xelson Spencer, rrinde lo tfib government b'y the ofli-. Hallld M.L.A.; B. F. Drake, V. II. I'clcrs, cers charged, ivlth the ndminlslratlon, Mr. Ireland, S. J. Shepherd ami a mini- (ne Elections Act ill of Conldnlc. tlio 'mill-' taken on'Mr. Slbnc's inElrucllons. llicr of olheT Uthbrldgo men. .They ri wan Impossible, Iheretore, W. fill. party went cast Sanford, a. reprcscnlalivc .of Iho were met In DaymondHy Jolm I'owcl- a dale which would enable any canui- Thcrc la some ilonht 31 Ihe present (joaldalo lo lhc reservoir of .engineers, said luo president's tele-, foil, vice chairman' of Ihc IrrlKallon (isic (ake hM seat. In the mcnicnl HS lo Iherc will lie the svalcm'tit Chin. Tliey'also viailed eram amonnled to vlrliially on order Development Assoclallon; Mayor b. fore October. The minister of finance, a formal address (rora the Dominion I lhc ready-made farms of Iho C. P. It. and that he _ sovcnimeill. In view of tl.e fact, tlinl MEl of poaHalc. and passed through .rllaincnl wf" pai assemble on Monday would te ono ot Ihe Hrst things lhc Docnin- Alexander's dry-bnd favnl .on lhc way day." hark to Coalrlalc-. Tho parly then Ion Ics'slatnre will do ho lo proceeded norlh lo Iho C, P. n. Fold-j adopt an addrcsa ot welcome lo t.olony nolh ministers is. Stone loday verified the 1-os An- ICLC- i cull, t.LU-tiin ClOpinGnL ,-.u, u. iuiu VJUHJUL.-I. me iiiniint.Br ui iiLiiiiite, certain' "Die wheels II.. Pack, President King of the Uoarrt Henry Draylori, and the minister turning''beforj noon to- of Trade, nnd several other, Raymond nf agriculture, S. F. Tolmle, ..-will; consequently be unable, lo appear'- In The. parly iravfllpil sontli ot Ihe house at the -coming Rcssion. ninl looked over the natural Stone Verifies II 0., Autf. Fcrvoir sites and Milk Hlver rescrvo: as the? aro definitely selected, delegates will [faro for 'the m Slntcs. the to Ibo niln- II. G. Butler, of labor ivlll depart for the1 United Stales early In the coming week to make preliminary flrrangcmeMs (or tbo CARDINAL MERCIER Aug. Aicr- ctcr will leave (or Amcrlci' oil Sept. 15, according lo recent Information. It Is said thai ho probably 'will mpet Allicrt nnd 'tluncn Klliibclh abroad. Prince ol cxprosslnj! liiey j gclcs report that the men had been ot the iicoplc o.' Cannrla ns ,1 -Vholc 5I1W M, jn-uiicu didn't, ncslcel ordered lo-wort. wllcrc wcro racl i Ihelr Brailrication nt the honor rtmic J 6r cnln. To rcccivcd from striking