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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tint LETHBRBX3E DAILY JIEIULD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1M19 ,1 Ayi-rage is Five to Eight liushels From Busy Gas Centre rFimn Our CorrexuoruienO ISLAND.- Aas. HIGH LIGHTS IN LIFE OF GENERAL CURR1E tho wlitM in Uiis district has been cut and seme- threshing lias teen Tho yield is not-heavy being .liruosl cji.cs reported from 5 loS" bushel .wr Mr. Arthur Is building.? tern for Mr. Frank lleaims, to replace tbe one destroyed by flrc a few moulas j Mr. la having ft barn I bulk on his Ihe Su'nnynicade District and aj" soon as the bam Is completed lie carpenter's will aul'd tbo house.' -Mr.' Jonoa Mends lo move out'Jo farm as-f-ooh ns tlio house is conjp'ilcd, How Island Is nfivr without a furni- ture store. "For tbe past three years wo had an iip-Male slore ot this kind owned end mairJRwJ by Mr. Hartford. Hccently Iho was sold lo Mr. Mobro ol Medicine Hat and Mr. Hartford is leaving How Island. Mr. Hicli and son led with two cor3 of household gooJif. stock, etc., somo days ngo tor Orandfc Prairie, wbere tncy will livo In fu'.urc. Mrs. 11 eimi 11K from llie south coun- try is moving into town with her ram- Hy arid will occupy the bouse vacated by Mr. "Mr. and .Mrs., P. MeVi'lUlanJs .and sons returned from Medicine Hal. on Saturday after apciuHuK w> weeks holiday there.' luvlug as tbcEr guest Mr. McWilllams' sister, Mrs. Hardsell, who also came lo Bovr Island with them. On Monday Mrs. MclVilllams. nud their brucsl relumed Lo Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs, Plnglfi who have been occupying rooms In Iho Miinro build- In? have moved Tills tho house left vacant by Mr. E. E. Thompson on First Avenue-: Mr. I'liigle. will buy for Ihe Homo Elorator" Company. Mr. Palersou has been a guesl.ln town the past few days. Mrs. Clem tloagllu and Ted, turned from Salt I-afcc, Utah. Mrs. Frank Brnpliy arrived irom Vancouver on Saturday anrl will spsnrl a lew weeks in town. Miss B-orolay Damn commenced hnr dulieg as'teacher In Ihe Camera srbool on Monday last Aug. 25i.h- Jlrg. who IH learlng Dow is land tomorrow lo make her home in William Garner Currle. Ihe father of Blr Arthur Currle. emi- grates io the Eastern Town- ships from Ireland. Arthur William Currle Is born on December 5, Napnerton, on the tourth concession oj the Townslilp of Adelaide, ol Mid illcsci Couuly, three miles west ol Strathroy. Artb.ur William enters Ihe public school across the road from his home. School Section No. 5 ol Adelaide Township. He enters Ihe stroluroy High Western .Manager of New De- partment of Merchants Hank Tells of E'nssibilities iclLool, three miles home. [rom his last ri Prairie In the Peace .-.River District. was- Iho BUBSI ol honor aL a hy some of the mem bers ot 'lie Red 'Cross. Society nt Ihe home ol MM. Ft. H- Tloherlsonr Olqulst SI en' Salardny evening last. Mrs Rich has been a railhful licit Cross Worker during her stay Ir. this towi so her co-workeri look Uiis method 'of showing their appreciation ol Jas. kola some days ago and has taken a position In an elevator. His Cyril them .and leaves Ihia week to join them in their new homo. All join in v.-ishing them success. A. C. and Mrs. Hussel who have been llvlns in town Iho pasl couplo ol years ara movlne; oul to their farm this 'week.' Mfr Hutchison has rented Mr. Hussel'! town house. Tho lollon'lllG Bow Island pupils iiicceeiied in passlfiff Ihe cnlrancc ex- amination: Sanlo James, Margaret njlde'r and Clifford Still. Congratu- lations. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hurd who hare spent Iho past row weeks visiting friends and relatives in Indiana tnd Dakota, arrived home on Sunday morn- Ing. They report having had u did visit hut arc glad to be homo again. Mrs. I'ippard of the 'Union Bank slaf! [3 moving into Mr. A. Hobsons' house. Quite n nunlher from now Island mid dlsfricl iillcnder) Iho party given hy Mr. ani Mrs. D- Pedorfon nt their beautiful homo south cast of town. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cassity and llr. nnd Mrs. D. Gardiner of Etilkom were Ruesta nl Ihe hb'mc ot Mr. nnd Mrs. ilcrl Hands, Supnyraeadc on Sunday. Miss Ulchardson Is spcndinu this week with her sister, Mrs. Hands.' and Mrs. W- Oliver nnd Mrs. Ingoldsby the Bspcri Farm at nonalano yesterday. Mr. and Jlra. Dob Arthurs nnd Colin arc. vlalthiK Bow Island district. Mr. lien T. Whllncy and eon have Ic-fl with a band of horses (or the noflh country to locale, a ranch in Ihe district or Korl St. Mrs. Whitney Is faking charge of (he Catchem Itancli 'during Ihcir nhsence. .Mr3. M. Brophy has had on attack of lonsllllls hut is heller. F. Nevcrs was down (rom Tahcr over Sunrtay with Ills parents. Tho regular Monthly meeting ot the neii Cross Society will he held In the Host Ilpom on Wednesday atlcrnoon, attends tho Slraihroy Model School (or four monU. -William Garner Currie, (athcr 61 Arthur Currie. dlcis. Currle goes lo Sydney, HrlUsli Columbia. In (he spring. Teaches In the public school at Sydney. business oarlucrshly with J. S. II. ilaUtm, ol "The which .-lasts unlil ISOfi. Currie. jolnsj Filth Regi- ment ol Caucifan Garrison Artil- lery as a privale. commission as a gun- ner fti (he Fifth ItcglDirinl, C. G. A. Miss Lucy Sophia Cbalsworth-Muslcra, Currie becomes com- mander of (Jtc No. 1 Company of Iho Fifth Regiment, C. G. A. his captaincy with Finn Hcgimont, C. G. A. president of tho Brit- ish association. Currie Is made a Major In Ihe Fifth Regiment, Cacdtan Garrison Artillery. provincial manager ol Ihe National Llfo Insurance company. a partnership with R, Hit firm helng known as Currle R. Power, Currie becomes Lfcu leiiant-Colonel of the Fifth Reg imenL, Garrison Artil lery, succcccdinB Mcut.-C'ol John Hall. Ihe Candlan Garrison Artillery and the Lieu tonanl-Colonel ot tlio Fiftieth Regiment, Gordon Highlanders. Currle lakes tbc 50tb Gordon Highlanders Lo Val earlier, a fevr clays alter tin urar commenced. September, Colonel Currli is appointed a Brigadier-Genera In command ol the Second In [nutty brigade. February, goes lo tlie Iron in France.' June, Brigadier-General Cur rie Is mentioned by Sir John French for Ills conduct on Ihe nalllcrield. n Companionship o Ihe Order of the Bath In Jhi supplcnjcntary birthday lists.', Scpicmber, Brigadier-Genera appointed commande bt "I lie First Candian Divlslt' lo succeed Gcnral Legion of Honor la .'con, "ferred by President Poincair with the Ulle or Cross 'Com mander. is appointed a Major- i cral. Arthur Currle tecome KnUht CommaTider of V'.S Michael and SI. George ID, 111 King's birthday lists. Arthur Currie Si Julian Byng in command o the Canrltana. He had previous- ly aclIntf-cominREder, a Knight Commande o[ tho Bath. Arlhur Currie returns I Cminda In August. Recently the Merchants Dauli creal- 'd a rnrai service department to help J. {4. Clarke Is the western anarer nt the ncv deparlmeul, attl e has come oul elrongiy in firsr rrlgdilou. In an Interview In Regina' ie day ho saij lie was a E Irons dvccale of frrigatlon, where crater la vailahlc, and maintains Ibat It IB the nly sysioin In Foulhcrn Albfrla aud oulhwestern Saskatchewan. "Water s available in parts any year.'' e says. Ihe federal government 111 build tho lo old the flood in the spring ntil such a lime us it is needed on he land, during the lale spring anil arly summer (acre would tie no "It means a large cxpendiluro of utillc funds; but bad ft been done eara ago tho rich soil ol these dls rkls would be productive yearly In- tead or being dried out, and the armors and ranchers would not he p against it as the result of ear's drought. Federal Government's Policy "At the Canada irrigation onvcution..held .recently .at Medicine lal, Uie fact was brought out that he lederal government claimed no urlher respunsibillty after they had made the surveys aud giVBn cslim- tes of (iic costs of construction of bese reservolri. "Tie convention took the stand hal since the federal government controlled the natural resources and he streams being one of them, it'was up to them to act in the matter. Delegation To Go To Ottawa "It was finally decided lhat action must be taken at once nnd u dele- gation of seven was appointed to irocecd to Otto TV a and place ibc matter before (lie authorities and urge construction of reservoirs wHt- ml delay, also ashing Ihe govern- ment to guanmtcc tbe payment of .he various water district, bonds. "Irrigation appears lo be the only sure solution In the dry areas, say rom Swjft Current to (he Rockies, sbulh, arid tbe project phould be supported by ihc fed- eral and provincial. "Through lack of sufficient rainfall .his year stockman and farmers will ose Ihousands of dollars, besides having to sacrifice In many cases heir fonndalloc herds. .LVThe .MercbanU Ilanh is in 33m- pathy. TTilh the -farmers and' Ejock- mcn. JnMhe-.drj; dlsfricU-and we 'will we "can '.c. further irrigation "schemes" in the territory The riiral ;ECTr vice department will, take an acllTe Ihe beilernaerit of farm E.condiUoni'by Irrigation." Fire destroyed the, business section and In 'East C. S. Noble Points Out Tha Large Tart of Alberta Must Alwaj-s Follow That System "While we dry farmers do not Ivan lo do anything that will dlscourag the movement for Irrigation in th south country, yet "we must not let (he fact bo forgotten (hat dry farm-1 ing methods must he applied to Iho I greater porl'on of the south Bald C. S. Noble, of Nobleford, In an Interview. "Irrigation In absolutely necessary 'and1 a splendid Ihing for many parla nf. Eoullicrn Alberln, hut we must re- member that only n small portion ot the south can he brought under Irrlga- lion, am) lhat the greatest area of land slli'r Is known-as 'dry farming1 JOHNBECKNAN MIME OPERATOR A BROKER 318-320 Sterling Bank Bldg. IPhone Main 3960 Winnipeg We- advise iiniuudiato purchase ol- AT opr shire, lor a quick advan Kindly romember. i land, nnrt musl be treated How IslRnci Acliool opens on Sept. flc dry rRrmin-g melhorta, wllh a-fall staff ol teachers. It ficlr. w m ys. la to bo hoped UiRt pupils will start, Ihc first of iho lerm If possible. Mrs. Mcllory nntl her slalcr, Mlas Millar expect lenvc for Ih homo In In n fo- Sl. MIchnelVLnAIes Aid mcl nt tbo home of Wts, Arlhur Doran, south of Thlirsday nKcrnoon o[ Inal week and1 alHiongli iho Attendance was not a.3 Iar6c usual Lccaueo of Ihc busy snnson, n. yory plcasanl lime was spent by tlioao'prwctir. The hoaleaa flsglfitcrf by lieV tlMighler, served tle- KcloiiH rr.freshmcnla at Iho closo of tlio Tho riexf, meoUnfe of the Allnr Roc- lely will ho held ut the home of Mra. L. Connlo JJulmAgo nucl sonic girl friends hnJ n narrow escape ThnrsJay when an aulo In which Ihcy were In, turned bycr. However, all cftr wns KlIpliLly ilamng- Opjioncnfa of prohibition say U, S. railroads will loan annual- fn frclKbl on liquor. and the sooner Lhc furriers are cdncnltrl to jnctlibrta' Ihe -belter, I very much (cur lhat to much talk about Irrigation may lead to wrong conclu- sions In sonie rmrtfi of Ihe Ihnt In'jrl thul cannot bo Irrlgalcl In southern Alberta la of no value. "We intisl boost for Irrigation for the ureas that can ho Irrlgalcd, but do not lei us forget (ho iiropaganda for dry farmlnc." Mr. Noule Is, one ol the ouUlaniling cxamnles of Ihe succcnatnl dry (armcr In Boulhcm ..Alberta. Ue hae applied scicnllflc incdiotia lo nil operations, anil long preached Ihe CTsncl ol deep plowInK nni [he working of tha Inml (o preserve tho moliluro. Mr. Noble does not with tho Im- pression tti go abroad lhat he is a knocker of irrigation, ns ho Is In favor 61 Irrigation 'where Irrigation can te made a sticccsi, bnl he urges greater education of Iho fnnncr on. dry farm- ing inclhcdK, afl these molhoJs mufll Bllll bo applied lo so grcnt an nrcn Drydcn Is to spend In nilcr- allona of Us town hull. WE LOOK a big advance and an ac- tive market on GOLDEN VEIN MINES Limited listed. Send Your To Us Identified -with mining for the past fourteen years, Plummer Co. Limited Mining Clock 31S Parlt Bldg. Bay St. WINNIPEG TORONTO WE LOOK FOR A DIG DISTRIBUTION IN Golden Vein Mines Ltd. SEND YOUR ORDER TO US At Share M. A. Gray Co., Ltd. 411 CONFEDERATION LIFE BLDG., WINNIPEG BIG PROFITS made buying good low-price mining shares onil holding for a "lone m fuluro diiidends. 28c Share DON'T OR WIRE YOUR ORDERS TO US. MCMILLAN AVE., WINNIPEG WE PREDICT-- a gold mining boom In Manitoba that will surpass even the beit daya of Cobalt aod Porcupine. Those vho took advant age of the low-jirloe good sloe Its In their early dayi made fabulous profits. Scuid ui your orders lor GOLDEN VEIN MINES, LTD. at 28c Per Share We looV for a quick advauce In these buy now. ERNEST W. JACKSON, Mining Broker 44 AIKENS BLOCK WINNIPEG BUY GOLDEN VEIN MINES .AT 28c I unhesitatingly advi'ie the purchase of thlt PER SHARE SEND YOUR ORDERS TO ME. F. WYNN ELLIS 712 MclNTYHE BLK. WINNIPEG. GOLDEN VEIN MINES At Per Share We recoramtind. the Immediate purchase ol this slock. Wo pre- dict a rapid advance in Its price, and most money will be made by Ihoso who get in early. DON'T SEND US YOUR ORDERS. MANITOBA FINANCE CORPN., Limited 400 ELECTRIC RAILWAY CHAMBERS, WINNIPEG. WE STRONGLY ADVISE The Immediate Purchase of Golden Veins Stock At 28c STANDARD MINING EXCHANGE 222 CURRY BUILDING WINNIPEG CAPITALIZATION, PAR VALUE OF SHARES, V EACH Pre-Offering of Incorporated Under the Laws of the Province of Manitoba. (Non-aitestable. No PcrLonal Liability) GAI uniw Miuro i CTArv OLDEN MINES LTD. STOCK Per Share For the NEXT FOUR DAYS ONLY Commencing Wednesday, August 27th, closing Arjpirt 30th, 1919. This Offering is Made Prior to Making Application to List the Company's Shares on Various Exchanges '-All orders'.must'be.reported througk.your. broker, at or, before 10 o'clock Monday morning, September list, subscriptions will be returned and money refunded. Applications will be accepted in.the order received, and in case of over-subscription, the right is reserved to return money to the applicant. Location of Golden Vein Mines Tho propcrliDS of the Golden Vein Mines consist of Ihe; Golden Vein and the Delia mineral claims. Thuy lie in tha Jicarl o[ Hie Gold Lake .'section, of (he Rico Lake area, and In tmmed-. iala vicinlly of tho now well-known mines, the Moose, Gold Pan nnd Cold Seal, elc. Veins There aro Livo main fissures on Golden Vein property. On': oT these, tho main lead, Is a continuation of lie Moose Vein. Tho original discovery of this vein was made on Ihls propcrty.'lL being the Ural claim staked on this series: Free gold was taken from Pit No. 3 ol" thta lead on Golden Vein property. EXTRACTS FROM MINING ENGINEERS' REPORTS locality, and the 'excellent prospects or your uropetlles, I Voln is lhat very rich showings of free gold nave been round in recommend lhat development work be commenced on both exlrcmlUcs of H. Hal G, Kennedy, M.B., reports: Judging the veins ol the Golden Vein from (lie from on properties fn IMs M. R. n. Gordon, M.D., reports: Onc'slrlklng fealare of Ihe Golden Voln is that very rich showings of free gold have been found in ASSAYS FROM GOLDEN VEIN CLAIM An average sample lakefi from Pi I No. I of quartz gave values of to the ton in gold, An average sample of quartz from Pit No. 3 gave values of to the ton in gold. The above assays were taken from what is knovm as the Moose Vein, or Vein No. I.. An average sample taken from Vein No, 2, which parallels the Moose Vein; gave, val-: ues of to the ton in gold. Send Cheque, Draft or Money Order Direct loYour Broker. Directors of the Company L. W. Etq., Winnipeg Frank Lee, Esq., Chief Enjlnetr of the Ctnadlan Pjclflc Railway Dr. R. M. M.P., Winnipeg; H. R. Orummond-rUy, Winnipeg. TRU5TEE: W. P. Sloane, Bank Man.igtr Winnipeg, Webb, Rend, Hegan. Calligham Co., Winnipeg. PLUMMER A COMPANY, LIMITED, Optionees. Send' Cheque, Draft or Money Order Direct to Your Broker. ;