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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It WKDNF.SDAY, AIT.UST 27, LETHBRimiK, ALDb'UTA. HA'JK SBVKN Hear the Cabinet Ministers at Wesley Church Tonight Hon. Arthur Meighen Will Touch on Irrigation Policy in a General Way at Big Mass Meeting Tonight KEG1NA AIRPLANE ACCIDKST AFFECTS LETHUIUDCE FAMILY Ministers Entertained al Lunch- eon L'luv. the shape. proceedings. reerred lo llie trll> mide a vigorous iijopte. could not be bear Mr. en nnywhcrc Canada, were al Iking in lion. io iiie Raymond ai trie! [his [Homing and lo wlul llie Caldcr Firm llclievcr in lien Cfifs tit IrriE'jlion. 1 The subject ol irrigation llBhi'.y deal' by the luncheon lij- the Hoard ot Trade In liouor iey had soon w' Buchanan, M.P. A. Buchanan. Af.R. referred to tlit Veen interest taken In s vjrylby Mr. Molg'a'in under v.-Jiost; drnan- Arihur mpui tlic CMOS, 3 the inln- hhnselt and lion. J. A. al llio basement ol Knox chnrcli this after- noon. The Minister his enun- bc nDL io siy lie .oulil. Ilu fell free (o jay thai if any mull had made an attenirit to InH'l' ligcnlly undcr.ilaml (ho problems here who onci.- liiid niadf up their mint's v.-eui about lo c.ive clfcu to same, Tbry .were a Mr. C. B. Allison, o! R. E. 1 Allison of the Cocn Cola Co., l.elh- j bridge, was killed in lUgiua in an air- 1 plane accident Word received iloo late for Ilis brother to ailend the funeral. The deceased alioul 30 year.-; of afec and Ifnvoa -.viclo'iv and two children. He Ifjrnci! HIP uizi-liiuiil trade in lhc C. P. n. shops ui Moose J.IK- I fine jisoplc bunln'cfs in Ihc. United In moving around land Canada he became aulomo connccied iviili the auto- Slates obile ci- tlic earliest days In moving aronnu: lie saw determination on the faces oil pert for Ilie J. 1. Company. For the people wliu anilous ti.j the liasl lew ft in he ras bi'en trav- I urins Irrlgaiicn about. Us [eh surn! elllng'salesraail (or li'ic llnnlop Hub-I that they nevt-r tct llu'ir t'o., residing In HcEina. j eptnc-ss i 'Particulars of tlic ancident bare no. Hon. Arihur Meighen Speaks -vet bce" received. llon Arthur sadl lliul he i Cook ihc- oiJiioruuiity of telling Ihc' uQoiile of l.cchltridsc [int lio vvafi! lo ccinc He alluded lo Peacock Loses Secretary's Job Which Goes to His Veteran Brother A UK of miners ol No. I was fcelil hi the Miners j liis S1EI CAR FARES _____. friemlFliiv of the policy of ihc I-Ydcral'.Mr .Mciffhcii liai) Tlie irrigii- Uucliauan, M. I', who hail lieen Government In rcjjnrd lo the same lorliioii mavrintnl. he Ami ?urc, nas n posed to him in days gone by ami in! Ihc niecilrig in Wesley Church to-.warm friend in bini. and Southern later clays gave him inrjepcruienl sup I night. His address confined Itself! Alberta will not IOBB anything by the part- lie wag filail to .see one who l.rlncipBlly lo ihe policy adopted to 1S9G. lie referred ,lo bis acquaintance will) Colonel Moivbnrn, wns away. For the "If I of (ho or last i'crir- the printlplc of Die Ilic FcJeralj hovurntnciH held ii] re-jnrd to the ir- icrcascu fan rigatlon p-ojcel.s 1 would have As Mi'lo speak of this evening. 1 in the returns for the correstond- not discuss the auction month, il should Ije borne in roiiirj preswil. but nuke a lew lioinely in lasl year the fares on tho marks." this statement" Mr.lslrtet railway were considerably in- weut on to sneak ol the tic- creased owing (o the fair held here stability of Cabinet Ministers vtsiL-'Tlio elfcct of tbc. present strike on ins and yeltinR into contact ivith iho'-ihe street car earnings should also lie iiconlc in lhc various narls of tlic Do-! lake" acc'ouiil. With tbeso con- sidcnitioils, the.. earnings may lie O-------- IT _i Miiunal. of men who hail belonged to the O. U. U. were taken up. 1'eai-ort. it is said thai while he was in (.tilgary on Monday, alon" wlih Browne, be bad Mr. iJio JiiJne. Tabcr. asking information of Coiuniisaloner Armstrong regarding the hiring of men h.ifl been at'livo in tbe interests of ihc 0. U. and thin itr. Ann- strong replied ihat if iubin nircd any of ihcse meji tbc lease of HIP mine wouli be taken away by the goi'ern- niL'iil. Peacock furlhcr said, as re- ported, Ihat Aubin staled he was uill- Ing lo hire Ibesp mon ljut Ihe mhe'r operators would noi sanction the same. Other olliccrs clet-ten. the Herald ii It. E-. I'liHerson Buys H. S. son'ii Irrigated Farm for XS125 Per Acre 1 was gn en ui uuucui feeling was cndent thai it was hard I Kerrigan, finannal lo against Iho so fiir Moare, aullilor. Bob j stand, were secretary, rtml n-7 the International was cSiccrncd. antlcipa'icd Vharihorc would bc some This was demon a Irate 4 in the absence [trouble amongst tlie supporters of t: of enthusiasm vrllCn those who had Peacock In i-aso he was not reinstal- Uie .rhetk-oJi look the oalh of ecl ail- SOCretarr and thai a nciv slrikc icb.lo the The I Wnuld bc entlenVorcd to bc engineered, with soQjcihing llhe 200 nollimg o[ Ihc kind occurred. ent, however, symbolized tlicj__ __ won ITS presen showing the big shetp rar.chcrs of southern Alberta re- gard irrigation land as an adjunct to the Important sheep and wool industry, R. E, Patterson, who owns severnI large bands of sheep, has purchased the home farm of B. S- Pawscyi. about five miles from Co a! dale. This land has been purchased al J125 an acre as a going concern, and Mr- Pat- terson highly pleased with his purchase. There are 330 acres in the farm, making the deal a 44C.COO ont. I "I am nol going to worry any more about winter feed. I'm go- ing to grow said Mr. Paller- Eon. Mr. Pawson, who is one of the best known farmers in the Coat- dale district, will remain a resi- dent of Ihe dislrict as he owns other irrigated [and east of Ihc clly- the [nternntiunal 3iad out 5n the thfi O. B. U. This was made' clear in that Charles j Peacock, the Eccrclury of the Iota! and a stauncL supporter of the 0. II. U. lost out when it tame to tor liis ofllcc, the vore eolns" lo his hrolli- cr Bob, ivlio has recently relumed from the' front. It is nndcraioort that C. has applied for rcinstaicmont lo ilic coinmiBStui) of the IntcrDallonal that Is silting in Calvary nB also did .Mr. -Moorlie one of the .officials of tlic O. B. U. v.-ere read from '.the "cpinnilESipti Ihwl their cases ivould bc referred to tho headquarters of tho having to bo solved they were) settled on the land. "If L continued tlie speaker, "I would never i, until 1 saw irrigation on ?y forestry branch ]amj J Uircc-niiartcra-.of n. million u. year. He There was Jusf one remark, Mr. Calder, lie would like to makti. was here "'ln'n'on Erasing and timber' powers, forestry, etc. The out- lay in ihe> forestry branch cnmc lo! ii'illton Caiiadlqus who were in KHE- land during the war were the beat i publicity agents ever, sent iicrois, and Canada is widely advertised. An of- Iforl will be jr.adc lo send-out Tanners fprlricIpMly: and Mr. Gill thinks lhal If Irrigation has reached a state of prac- I licai derclopDjciiL In the extensions 'now being aaXed in southern Alberln, Ihls Ihc weal ivlll rccelro a fircal tlia ticy stari to .arrive. not these matters In Ihc of complainr or Dut, il He had his attention tht 1-7, specimens of in the Ii Is IIlgtnboLbani (IruEE'sts. served to shc.-.v lhc respoiiElbilllicd pf-tlie Crown took trict and which were cihlbiled in Ihe on in accepting office. room. Thoygh they were} Meielicn went on J.o speak" ot aoiuethlnG lie wou'lil present policy adoplsd by th.j to say that hare in Southern Alberta Government in marketing this year's produce men and who, He was so convinced of its wis- JUberta Provincial Schaols ofUgriculture at L Offer Courses in COOKING AGRONOMY SEWING ANIMAL HUSBANDRY LAUNDRY MFfHANlf NURSING MECHANICS HOUSEHOLD MANAGE- VETERINARY SCIENCE ME.NY AND SANITA-: DAIRYING HORTICULTURE POULTRY ENGLISH AND MATH- FARM MANAGEMENT EMATICS AND ECONOMICS Courses extend over two sessions and are free. Open to boys and girls.who have reached sixteen years of age. Opening Date, October 29lh. W. J. Stephen, B.S.A., F. S. Grisdale, B.S.A., Principsri, Pi-incipal, School of Agriculture, School of Agriculture. CLARESHOLM OLDS J. G. Tflggarl, Principal, School of Agriculture, VERMILION Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, A. E. Mtyerj LLB., Supt. Agricultural: Schools and Farms, EDMONTON Idom that he would like to see it con- tinned fn the future'. ny the present pc-Hcy the producer and not Iho deal- or was made lo protit. .speaker enlered into Ihe iligadvanlages of'n Used price for wheat, anil a minimum price. The policy ol leaving' ihe- nnr- kctlng of wheaL lo rule Subsidiarj' Coinpanyi of: Noble j Foundation Ltd., to Have Office Here" Organization .of a subsfdloo' com- pany io Ilic Noble Foundalion. of lo handle and la cilend the laud operations ol that well-known company, has been formed within the post -week, and will .have offices in Calgary. i Thfe company is .capltaiizcfl Ipr Ihe present at and Ihe members arc C. S. Nohlo, presldenl; J. Harris, of Eupply anrl demanj ol lhc niarkei nianaghig tlirccfor, ami U, C. Crans- a policy which lhc 1sovcrnnionli foUn, sccrctarv. Mr. Harris will open In Calgary 'Wilhlif Lhc ncil would have been only too pleased have seen In operation. Hut (his wna riirtkull In the 'policy adopted by the Stales in the fixing of, lhc price of wheat there. There was no Liverpool market In these, clays and the COHBC- !1'I2MCC 1 1m I banks found it cull lo finance purcliascra. Again with AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Thursday ON PREMISES, 1209 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH 'AT P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE THE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects ineUuling: Combination tlcsk and- secretaire; base nickei; occasional tables; eight-day clock; D1MX.G ROOM SU1TF in fuinotl oak; Singer Sewing lunctine; -oil heater; HOME COM-' FOUT 3-btmie'r oil stove; col asd nraltresp; baby buggy; chest of drawers; TSNTT l2xlG; solid oaK siasbuard; OLD VIOLIN AND CASE; fine lone and'inp.ny other useful household arliclcs." the policy of (Jic wheat lo supply and 'demand (here to daj's and will reside there pennn ncully. Offices will also be opencrt at Ixjlhbrtdge, the .headquarters uf thc-company being at land operations of the Noble Poiindntlon have become so Inrgo'lhut it lias been found to organize the separate company. widely bas Mr.-NoblVand his forming Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. no mover lent of grain, 'under presrirJ orforaliona become knoivn, lhal lialf cnntlilions. The ntihvnys; niid the corrcsjionilenco received by-the Ihcm Hallway, (offices of ilie foundalioh nre nlnllvc TERWS CASH IT PAYS TO ATTEND THESE SALES FOR .SELLS'WITHOUT RESERVE. PHONES would conscqucnily suifer, ainl thur-3 would Lc lhc resultant crash. lhc iJruscnL. sysiom Ilic Tarnicr was Given a cath ndvnncp, of 52.15 on Ms grain and anything further oliUlncO by Ihc .se price of wheat, after deducUcma (or nnccss.iry in ihc world's market was made tivail- able for him. No credit was kcpl'iyith Individuals. He takes his ticket lo Ihe bank, and Rds the the price of. to the- securing of Alberta land. Noble, In his recent trip lo the SLalcK to float Ilic bond Issue of half a million, which he recently Issued, dlFCovercrt thai there consider- nhle .American capital awaiting In- VOstmciil in this country." Cdnplcd with the informalion, sained througb sb many inquiries tor land, lhc ntv company expects lo be able to interest] not only capital hul new sclllcrs In r part ot Iho west. The compiiny specialize in farm lands, but ivll! also ilcrvl In city properly. He furlhcr has a front tlie conlmteKio'n house lie holds until Ms wheat is disposed ot. This nartlcipatEon err- U Hen to repfcscnLs over J2.15 K realized and can bc al Ilie bunks. Tiy the policy specula- lion was nbollshcd and the producer noL the dealer made to profit ny an excess on lhc price of In- cidenlfilly Mr, Msighcn Tn tefeVrlnp 'In Uie short Unio in whlcn Ihe nx- chnnges were allowed to opsn when wheat futures over.S225 a bushel, gave l[ Is lil.i opinion lhal Ihls wns ft move mrvde on the Arnrr- kan suic so ns to raise the price nfiNew Imperial Scheme Will ljro- 'vMe Trumporlftlion to Col- In MID iiiarkot, ii course which-would nniCS l''ov Vet have left the Canadian ivhCRt cd.' A Former'Cardstonlan (Cardston A veteran returning to C.irdslon reports bavins met Capl, (Hev.) K. Cameron Jn -Kriglflinl. HOT, L'ani- cron was al one Iliqn Prcabylerkii pas'.or-cit Cflrdston and (U !ht time of his enlistment waa In rnargc of ihe churcli al ColcmaR. He In now purchasing agent for Ihc Vflpl library tor Hie Khaki and fnlitm thf; has secured, a most capable V K. C. Gill, In clmrgc of for 'tho In .England and. In the corillnont, was si visitor In the ctlj? He states lliflt he expects R big InimfgraUoti from tho OM Coun- try to Cftnadft next year. This will be due lo the (act ihat jnnny ivlll tako ndvAniagc; of the now imperial schemn wbcrehy free transportation la the dcimliilona overseas win bo granted ('elcraus of the war ancf thctr 'families should they desire lo avail nf ihe( flame.( scheme goes Into effect Mr, Oill pointed out tbul Ilic half onc of Sport Scenery in the Canadian Pacific Rockies and vitiiiij cucr gloom of war lines- thr irip elone ban mitts through Swliztrlanda In One" yoa can it til by daylight. hotels soclil life At Ltlie (n mountain sei- at Emelaid Lite, Glacier end Sieamwja hotels at Vancouver And qnllnl old-world ftTION O'oncoN E.A.EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY tflOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Unio'n'Bank. Auto Travellers Some Places lo Stay and to Get Supplies (or Your Auto. The Hotel Fernie Win. Wyalt, Manager The Commercial Mac's Hales UD per Day. Fertile', Brlllah Columbia Ilooms Wilh Bath In Connection. Seven FirsL-ClMS Bamplb llooms. Ilct anil Water and Telephono In livery Room.- King Edward Hotel flndier bus Mecii; All "-Valns. Slcom TlirunElioui. Special Attention Clve'.i to Coni- incrclal anil Transie-l .Trade. D. B. Siple, Prop. King Edward Holer Auto Qus and Basgagr Auto Livery In Connection. Family Cars lo I.nkea M. Collins, Prep. P1NCHEH CREEK, tf MEDICINE HAT Follow the Red Trail from Leih- Dluc Trail (ronl Cal- gary, iho uiatk Trail from M6n- all .to only o'ftkial hotel in Ihe HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Station for. Dodge, Over- Cars, alid Traffic Trucks. Accessories, Gas, Oils and Greases, Batteries Prompt Service, Night', T Sundays. OJL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile, Oils, Polnrlne, dasoline. Dominion 'and Olher Good Tires I'romjit Satisfactory Service at All 1 Thnca. MILK .RIVER HARDWARE. CO. J. Coatcs, Proprietor, Milk River, AIU. in Filling Station Service Barons Kree Air and Water. Heal Lines of Tires, Oils' AccfiFgorica. Expert Tire. Service HANSEN'S AUTO FILLING STATION, BARONS Phone 47 "On the Corner' ALTAMONT GARAGE Bitlery-Service, VulcanlzlnB, It- nlllon and.General ncpllrs, Servics (o Tourlsls a( Ihe line. Road of Mpnlann. General -Information. Cusloms Oflko neil door. Stop In and sco u9. Get cnovgh Alberta air to.Eiiocd yon on Tour Roberts and Baker; COUTT9, ALBtHTA'-i ;