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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local Where To Find It TJIUtSDAY, AL'GrST 28, 1DIS) LKT11B1UDGE. ALllflVfA. PAGE 5KVKN Hon. Mr. Meighen Meets Many Delegations on as Many Issues For Litlle For Springs for Cofh- rane Randi eron Field Wants Waler from C. I'. It. Af- ternoon. lion. Mr! Meiehen was Lusy all Weil- Jiflernoon al llic HuaM of was A iusl out could be sure ul the saiue. Cameron Fields' Ucrry OAVIS of itie Cameron J-'ielJi, cast cr t'oalJalc, mentioned tbal liioir lauds excluded tbe ivtiit b was if Ihe C. They vranlcd R. orfuld be IH-a vine and veT1. lio-.i in vjlue lo LI million iloV.irs and lhe fjuie u-as not available tbiough Ihe rcguliiiionn llml prestrtej Ihe area for louri.--ls> ijr llio Lrecuius ol deer. V'uilher ihali icicle wore availaMe [or pasture Lit Ihu jlo affora Ihcm waler troiu llieir s'vY- territory mljoilling in U. I'., lint Applications 10 "'Is obiained lUitlicrio been rruillesj. Tho C. H.-ltf "ailing llio ihroutli Ihe for- 'heldllial il ivould. have lo enlarge ila M1 reserve ami Iliis wns ik-nlcil worts to rto so anil did not wlsli lo. -.the nark regul-iliuns. j Mr. .Mcighen said Ihul il was intnl-i Dr. Tjinner Out' tliert- Trade uuildlui; receiving ilciiutalions (Oinp.iny liclil llio i vai anollicr phase llie mailer willi grievances sulimlllcd anil wslli i riRlKs re'usej lo enlarge ils i nbii-li slioulO uu ruMsidrred, il various points whlfli they asked In- so Hut those wlio ivcro In iirj-1, ;hc ahnmlilllrc (it imilersrjulli w'nirli Tile Minister was licpt o( water could oblliin rclained Hie numlim- iiml so lirtivem engaged from 4 p.m. tb a. quarter sir. Tlio various delegations wi-rc In Iroduced hy A. liutliaiiaii. M. 1'. Want Waler in Llltlc Saw A deputation from How River put llc llie H.. it explained, by had sjUllK-lcul water for of oil lliL- from goii or lo l'> the I into Ihe riv- y ui'eilcd tor This under- who iu-adt-i! tv- oarly iilloullyn lo lu kucm- il ils present ovw ould nol made to furniAli wau-r lliro'JKh I it. Tin- Uisim-l toutd nol IH-SHI to or- I [or Irrlgaliou itnlil it I Mas definitely fcnowu isater furl same ivouM I'C- I fiiUc-red Hie owners ol liie iliKh sMiJUld be compelled t'i IjihiK the f-r or lo reliniiuJBli :ln.'ir -.vau-r rights, i Tim pointed out that ihe j ralsej liolntsi. In ihr mutter of walt-r it it presc-jjl 10 could lo done, in thai thai? -.v.ts nl liiicli In Ihe irealr lu- ivak-r righls in the Si. anl ihe Milk lih'eri in of i.'ic iL-riili by the two Tticjduy Canadian govtirlllncnt h--hl Mial ihe implied Ihe of Ihe "I'liljlitlieil reiiorts llial the silua- wlijlc Phe I'. S. liclil tuatjtiuji about lo be relieved lUiVc tins only referred lo llic -A.iler on ike'been Mr. Kair. C.'anadi.iii sijc jnil (lid nut aJTet-i ihoir j "Thrre .ivc no! a lol of tarloads cum Irlhuurics. t'tirihcr, Mr. had I ing west. There Lava heen none rc- sald Iliat Ills govcriHiM'iH vouM nol ccived In I.elllbridGe anil feu- of Hie r.bltlc liv (he deeision f.l uoniniis-1 concerns liuve more iban SILESIAN MINERS WORKING HDIYEIREUEe TJsal il May Vel Kcairli 2j lors Are in Control he would be al all liriFL-d ii the price of tuKar went ki L.r in RU per ily. and ilii: if Iron Sprinos Deltaal'on I Mr. liuthcrforil of Iron Spring, bead- 4 cd a deputation of llic local irrigation 1 f .walitins tj'-linow ,il the; new In regard to the allocation al Irrigation" water ivould inlcrlere, I with the cllslrict getting the water ml- j iler tlw ronlemplaled I.clhbridgc Nor-1 tliern project of which il was a pan. He was informcil Ibal there was silt-: ncicnt wnler.and.lho district would lio ensured ol the same. The Veterans A deputation of the veterans con- sisting of President McKcnzie of tbe. provincial organization, VreaHenl Longwortb ol the local organization, Secretary TnrcoHo, Uenlenant Pal- mcr and Lieutenant Lowo, followed. Speakiiic for Iho dcputalion, CKpl. McKcnile asked the Minister regard- ing provisions for returned men tak- ing tip truck gardening anil was in- formed that lliero was a limited pro- vision made lor this. In rCKard lo Ihe settlement of soldiers on Irrigated (arms, (lie Minister snicl tlial the Act was being altered to allow of the same. In tho case ol Intl'in lands for soldier F.etllemcnt the Board was getliiiK ap-1 propriailuns ol tbe same altnosl daily by. llic surrcritlcriilg by the Indians. Ttousantls of acres were- In the bands of (lie Board for settlement ol the re- turned men. The lands thus obtulncil were gooii lands. Tho minister would nol commit him-1 self In the establishment 0( a local] agrlcilllliral training station for re-: turned men. Ur felt that such insllln- lloni-Wcrc necessary in llial there j was Iho dilUciilty experienced in thcj I'.aso of men placed with (armors for learning torming as to their being kepi on right Ihrougb the year by the farmers. Hutlerltc Land Lieutenant Palmer lianded iht Min- ister for his conslderalion uartlciilars n-licrcby the land by Ilntter- ilcs could lie legally expropriated (or Iho use- o( returned men.. Wbllc promiaing lo coiislcer tho same, Mr. jjeiglien cxpresacil himself as being agaiiut doliiB a'.iyllilng in Hit way of disiiosins men of tboli land who been allowed lo setllc on llic same. Tho liloa ot tlio lluttcrilca as colonials did not appeal lo him but lie wanlert to lio fair in the matter. If aflcr in TcsllBatiliE whnl the document liail to sny il was .possible to gel Hit: Hut- torllcs out legally he would see llial It win done. Cochrane. Irrigation Project A deputation'from tho Coclirane Ranch Irrigation sclicmo walled on (he Minister us to whether llwy would be of-.w-aler Iiy divr-rsion iron Iho river or llio Wnlcrlon River (or their project. nlr. Drake. In resahl I" the sdicnm, related lo Mr.'MdKhen that'the iliK- Irlcl barl b'ecji and U re- mained for llio.applicants lo advertise their need for tlio nnd 1( nder days there no objection, or If the objection Was overruled, they would 10 (he same. Jlr. replied that there was no reason lo assume that the was not available, but Iho prelimin- aries mentioned had lo be gone through. In regard lo the blanket regulations Iha COcltrane irriRiillon project was safe In had mado application (or the water licforn (ho new rcgulallons woiild ho put In (orco. nnd pTttlrfcd. their claiai Tor (he water iias a band v' WEv-Ter District sheep, was' particularly interested.; A deputation (rom ihe Ma- Tanner, iti for Ibe depu-1 gratb and Raymond irrisation diilricls lation stated that area there wniled nn the nliuisler In regard In were eight hinds of weeds outside ihclleirg ensured of water in the fate or .7T71CV JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Norman F. Black, MA., D. Paed., SUPEfllNTENDENT, CENTRAL SCHOOL OFFICE PHONE 495 PRIVATE PHONE: 383 Some specials of real interest for ihe month end. COUCHES Couch uphoL-lerctl in quality leather, no npi fuincJ titilsh.'Friday Salurriciy 4ifcfvv> Another one1, very heavily upholstered covcrinK uf souil quali'.y (apcsiry, decji spring cdEO. Frame o( goliien onk. zi' yc Friday anil Ralurday CHAIRS AND ROCKERS Funictl oak rocker. EprinE seal mill t.-pjolstered Ijach, in Spanish grain fabrlcoid. Friday and -in ofV Saturday l Very iriasstve chilr, (rams of selecled quarter cm oak. golden finish, lias well upholstered spriiiE seal and bacli. covering of heaviest quality fiibricoiil. Friday and Saturday LIBRARY TABLES Matin .of tdcclcd gLli drawer, wlili li ciuartcr cul oal; in touted [jj shcir umlcrnenlh. Fridny HIGH CHAIR Made of iJricd hardv.-ootj, slronfily conslnicl- cil, hns swing iTiiy. Viiday and Saiurdajr ROLL TOP HOUSE DESK Small che'desk, has Qstcnsion wriiing bed, full Icnylh drawer willi book sliplf ronvenlent pigeon holes anil small. drawer tn lob. Mahogany finish, slislilly marred in. one place, wortli JDO.OO. SpEclal CURTAIN NETS Values (o. 11-25 ynnl? Friday HIK! Saturday, CRETONNES Vnluos to COc Friday and Snlimlay. yard 30c 1 It TAPESTRY Heavy broun.I wild flursil effect in hroivn.nutl crcftiu, has Rold dots throughonl. fid inches uUlc, for furniture Itcjulnr ?2.-IO, Frltiny iincl Sntiinliiy................................ LINOLEUM AND OILCLOTH RUGS liavo Jii3t rcci'.ivcd antillirr Klilpiucnt rjf these Roods in ,vll Mring jncJifiiirc ol roofiis witli you ns tlicy .won't laal lonp. The kind wlri Iho c'auvas Ijnck. Lay jicrloclly lint vilhoul Inching. CUPS AND SAUCERS Clcod generous nlzc cups nml S.IIICOTH, pnUl lint! :mil dcccraliuii. with clover lot. KriUay and t< Tp.. We Have A Limited Number Of Boys'Suits Sizes 30 to 35, which we will sell at to JUST ABOUT HALF PRICE. Its easy lo fit your boy ready for school if you act quickly. FRED THAELL 608 Third Avenue South 70c LIMOGES DINNER SET MM Friday i quality limeys dinner scl ot 97 Mt-aulU'il violet )u cctgilig, hrnry gyM irifll ml Sritunlny.......................... WE PREPAY FREIGHT 1 Ort nft BAWDEN BROS. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS THIRD AVENUE S, THIRD AVENUE S Tlie Governmeiil of the Province ol Alberta, lo insure full classes ul the Provincial Normal Schools, will loan to all students who desire lo train for the teaching profession sufficient money lo enable them lo finance this course. All who intend lo take advantage of this assist- ance should report at the nearest Normal School on Tuesday September 2nd. officer from the Education .will be al each Normal School from nine o'clock Tuesday morning, September' 2nd, till Friday, September 5th lo receive and consider applicatons for loans. All applicants must report personally on the dates mentioned. GEO..P. Minister of Education. BE THRIFTY! Have Them Cleaned and Wear Them Another Season You'll be surprised at the extra service your clothes can give! Going to discard that suit? Going to put that dress among your old clothes? We can give you months of ex- tra service. Send the clothes here. We'll repair them teclly, press them and clean them, make them look fresh and dye them to change their ap- pearance entirely. Discard- ing, apparel that's'still ser- viceable is like leaving un- dissolved sugar in the bot- tom of your cup! It's will help you economize. Our advanced dry cleaning methods will make your last year's ward- robe serviceable for-anoth- er season's wear, and at the same tune make it unneces- sary for you lo pay' 'ihr; tcvriiic prices demanded for new clothes. waste! to .If you wan I a well macle stut or costume we can sell you the goods make it. We have some of ihe best woolen materials obtain- able and make men's and women's garments to your measure on the premises. We can make you a gar- ment quite as good as you can obtain in the country and yoii will find our prices reasonable. Our City Dyeing and Cleaning Works FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 444 ;