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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBWMB PAItT FWDAV. AUGUST 29, 1019_ cause of irrlpillon. tlou ot Dr. Totals Ihe Bddl-j vl" al OAlLY ANO WEEKLY V Propritlors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANV, UMITED U3 6th Street South, Lethbrldgt W. A. Buchanan '.President and Manage 'forrJnce Business Minager TELEPHONES dullness Office Kdltoriil'.Office 1252 M.mber A'jell'Bureau of Circulations Dally, delivered, per week IJjilV, delivered, per yecr i-j> Deity.'by mall, per yfsr 5.ou VVee'klv, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per yesr It which ibose who live In and hive their voca- tion hi the soutn.Tii ti1; prov- lace are assured will be brought inj laaierlillzlce of 'he big Irrigation1 schemes. "The fact thai ihtre are al least three Oab'.nei Ministers who are fully alive to the need of irrigation In Southern AllK-rla EBOUIO count for much. U makes the future of Irrlga, HOD here more promising ami more encouraging lhan ever. Oui o! the misjwtuae of a dry yea: oua is lo be reaped. U Is [hit Irrisallon has tc-como a subject ol live Interest amongst those in high places. H is a Iht! the wblcu is now given lo watering the dry lands was uot Iu evidence years ago. But even though belated, it U something tn be thankful for that the question has at last come to o head. i50 GET A SPECIFIC PROPOSAL S.M BEFORE THE GOVERNMENTS. _________________ ihere was a tb es of les o wpr of subscriptions ap- cear daily on address Isbel. Accept- of papers after expiration da "oar Minority to continue the suo- itilctlon. IRRIGATION AGITATION IS LONG STANDING. Says the Calgary Albenan: There will he no profit In dashing at sonieihlng that could bf g' llT way In one afternoon. enormous problem and that is all the more reason why it should be nproach- Bd energetically, enthusiastically and carefully. address ot Hon.; Arthur Mcighen Wesley church on Wednesday evenic to minimize the possibility of the R. minion government granting funhe atd in the Irrigation prelects than ib making of the surveys, the Her-y believes that the farmers should n take this with loo great a degree imalily. Mr. l with th 11 almost wholly from the stan t ot constitutionality. .He louche oss of S2000 in Taber Sline School Pupils 1'ossed Exup.unitlion? (From Our Own Wednesday ftcmoon. Aug. 20ih. the ladles ol uoi church held a ddighttol social n the manse some forty per to ons being present. The occasion in the nature ot a Isre-.Te! Irs. Ooorgo Itowell and her daugL--, Miss Marjory Novell! who wero leav I In the eveulug a Ubor choir or- chestra will UEsUt. The cattle rustftr anil the ami vnriu nro. Ktlll la tha laud. L ilrs. Alf. Barber, formerly MISS Lulu fleck. Miss Alice anl Mr. >rnlo Bees, all ot Coleman vlsll- f friends iu toivu. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bryin went to LelhbrWge on Wednesday served. A calm evening saved olher adjacent buildings from being des- troyed. So !sr Eitvs havs learnrf Mr. J, OTTAWA, Aug. A. Ack- land deputy minister of labor, been apolnied without salary Ihlrd member of the board of com- rr.eiee. It'Is understood that the appointment li temporary and thai the flove.-nemnt after con- ftrences with Judge Robson and Mr. O'Cosnor, will at a dale mako a permanent appointment. Mr. Ackland'i enperlenca In In- vestigating tho hlah cosl of liv- ing and the conditions under which It arises, will, It Is believed, enable him to render useful service a member of the board during the early period cf Ita work. FOB TBB BUSY MAN, Albert 11. Backus, barrister, of Ayl. iner, died at his reslJeaco Iu St. Thomas, ajed 65. Driven ot retail milk wagous in New York City will demand (SO a week and a ilvhour day. Columbia Graphaphone Co., defy lug strikers will move, lls plant, employ- ing from Bridgeport, Conn. Japanese business men aro report- ied about to form a J25.000.000 coro- lo lay a cable bolweeu Iho U- P. and Japan. A >voajan'E labor league has been organized at Fort with jirs, G. noil as president and Mrs. J. MH- ler secretary. The municipality of will present a. gold medal to each, of the men of Ihe district who enllstud for and served In Iho wnr. j( nrmed Inlervenllon In Mciico be- comes Iho U- S. has GO.OOD troops on the. border 7033r !or 1m- medlalo action. Tclnl urea ot world (excluding polar regions) Is about acres, acordlne lo Inlernaltonal Institute of Agriculture. Dances Every Day With a VlCTROLA HAVE a Foi Trot, or Wa'.ti, or.One-Step any lime you want with the, crowd or "friend wife." Thai's ong pleas- ure with a VlctroU In the home. 434.00 and Uf, on i paymenti. All styles, all pliers, but.all play the famous Victor Records perfectly. Record Catalogue, G12 pages, free. Balmoral BIocK "Tho Homo ol the Vletrola' v3 ANOTHER MINISTER BELIEVES IN IRRIGATION, hyldenlly It only requires a visl to the. eoulh ol Alberla lo Impres Ministers of the Crown on the ab solute'and vital need of irrigation MeJtrs. Meighen and Caldcr afte the'r short slaj and travel here ha been more lhan ever convinced tha Ihe pre'scripllon for the Ills wnlc Smithern Alberla Is suffering from Another firm believer (he benefits, of Jrri'gallon who has h his'convicllons In regard to Ihe pnm .i. went overseas .11 i Transport section o o _. berU such that farmers .can continue ,ho Anny Sej-Tice Corps, and stv; here with isome degree of ine permi5.en_Uhonies, _ In flln-g ,hraa wcckj Et ._ _ n Dominion Boverameot has a rcspon- home' T. Wlllard holds Ihe Tober this dry year, threshing -est again and dropped over 1500 bushels otf a quarter-section JaraMiKirkjiatriclt arid wife left on Monday.' tor llagrath to Tie carelakini of the of in the drouth dislricls need- and relief all eyes will tnrned hopefully to Edmonton for a annouicpment nf policy, the securing a good measure of faraVly left oniThurkiy lor. Watertou tope ot -ecun B B Where they will camp torsoms bandon- 'Lakes, where they will camp' tor some [urincrs I __'j. inTm aid from Ottawa will nol be a ed. ft now remains for-the deslruig irrigalion to p'rolects until a po ins for the lariners Saturday-Mr. end.. Mrs.- John y. o -j f to push along Some Fair Yields in Spite 01 ,int Is reached where U-m spend sevet'.l .weefes there. Dry is liOOQ muit Thai Mr. last; Taber The lithbridge Northern projects consisling o( Mrs: Fa.Ir, district will be voted into existence .in Threshing Tm begin in about rs.i itt and Sc'otl'and." 'Jlrs. Fair a few dayl and then thera will be a a ew ayl an tt n; regularly constituted board lo carrr and sons intend remninlns In the Old on vrith .Ottawa and Ed her sister Mrs. J. L. Lynds. Mr. and Mrs. oil motored to Lethb-itlEe to aay. jitnaun the building of the Kentucky-Alberta Mtgb Grieves, who for some raonlha ul the Land company's ranch has been one of Uie nurses Taber hospital, left for Ed jionnaj AUB. nci taken by Mas E, M. a nuTEe from England, who 13 eipecteJ'to ar Qr, CLARK WILL CONTINUE ftKK WILL TO SIT .ON CROSS BENCHES On Tuesday, 'Aug. 19lh, ilr'.'Fulmer, vcrsillon with a represenlatlv'c of Ihe ils Intenllon to continue to "It on Iho is n cross benches of parliament for the Ha was disposed lo regard Thursday. ter-aod-riotni6ion. nil Northern dl h'etore the a-uajantee of the sarnB Ottawa wkelr-bB-ln aid: If jolnl ectl'on .between thji..twq.EOvefnrnents is a ;hetter- opportunity will be'-afforded for .quick' cjmslderallon ot P.-emler remarked ghlly In Calgar-y the other da> that (From Our Own Cy.rresuondent) MAGRATH, Aug. Young Ladles Mutual Improvement confer- ence of the Magrath Ward was -1 on Wednesday afternoon In Ihe inn- ing House. Meetings wore held al 10 a m. and 3 p. m., al which a good crowd attended. Lunch was served ot 12 o'clock BO the people diu not leave Ihe house helwcen the sessions. IVA BoArd members present sic Mesdames Weed, Snow, Boy- n and Miss Hancock of Raymond. iMrs Lavina roulson entertained a umber of her friends on Friday altcr- oon, the occassJon helng In honor of rs Emma Kasinussen, who leit the amo evening with her family lor oaldale, where they have purchased farm. A pleasant hour was spent nd all were sorry lo see Mrs. Ras- mnsseu leave. A delicious, luncheon was' Ee'rvsd by tho hostess, who was ss'lsted by her. sister. Miss Lcttie Ml, and the daughter ot the home, Miss Lucille. Mre. Judd was honored guest at n delightful afternoon when Mrs. J. K. Bridge entertained on Thursday. He- reshmenls were served all en- oyod the social hour. Mrs J A. Mercer entertained on MiirdnT In honor pf her sister, Lena, who IB nore vlBiling. She leaves neit week for her home In Idaho. Another Magralli man arrived home frbrn overseas on Friday. Private W- H Gibb. one 'ol the lirsl Magralli acn lo offer'his services to his country. He spent mosl ot his lime in France and everyone Is Blad lo welcome him mme, also his bride whom he broughl -am England. All Ihose wno atlended tho lawn parly held at the home ot Mr. and A. J. Mercer, under direction ot the Baseball club, pronounce H one of ihe most successful and enjoyable times of Iho season. The lawn was very prettily decorated with bunUng, (Inca and Japanest lanlemB, well llghled. The evening was spent In dancing and playing games In which everyone look part. Ice cream and cake was served, also the Queen of Sheba" was present who your past, present and futuro for a very ;mall sum. Several people have offered their homes and lawns, nnd no doubl these, parlies will be a weekly occurence to help defray the expense of tho base- ball club, Mr and (Mrs. P. D. Clarke have gone to Warner where they will reiide lor some time, Mr. Clarke having accepled the poalllo-i of principal ot the War- ner public school. 3Ilss Cady Turner leaves this week for Calgary tn attend Normal School. She was the only pupil who passed the ciams in this grade. Miss Myrlle Shelton lefl last week for the south. She will suend some time visiting iir Utah, and Wyoming. Jliau Alice la holidaying al Glacier Pork. She left with a com- pany from Cardston. They wonl by wny of Walerton, on pack horses.. Miss Vera Hancock Bpenl n lew days In Taber visiting friends, General advance ot from 10 to per cent marked tic bidding In ot by Iho health department for esamlna i In turs al He York auc- Building operations have been ac- tive around Irmn, and numerous houses nnd barns have been erected, ns well as many :ons and alter- ations to other premises. Lieut. John K. McRao, ot Washing- ton slato and Pte. Robert A. Drook, Ga., were killed at Southern Field In n collision of two airplanes at a height of 150 (cet. refuse lo nanaio navennine puiiei Heavy rains have, fallen over Ihe L{ lheatres whici, aro opposed lo wheat belt of Now South Wales Aclors. Association, nr- Qucensland, giving promise of heavy (0 a Ktatemenl made here by crops from those sections ot lho McCarthy, secretary of the counlry. Ion. Expecting lhal building trades workers would rclurn lo work In Chicago were dissipated by the an- nouncement of Ihe carpenters' district council thai the men hnd voted lii rclecl the 38 cents an hour Offered by liie employers and remain firm for an -hcur. The fnlernallonaj Alliance oT BUI Posters of tho milled Stales and Cnn- ada, numhering memherj. will refuse lo handlo advertising paper President Wilson, will leave Wash- ngton ncl'. on liis sncech- maktng tour In Ihe Interests ot Ihe peace treaty and will deliver hi- address al Qalo sncccn- Olo Seattle's mayor wh'o ot Ihe gained nation-wide" lame as a result his first of his stand tor Americanism during neUllhe general slrlko here last February. Ipresenled his rtsignatlon to Ih- -Ity _ council ai 1.30 o'clock today. "I am More lhan 30 persons In a uown- tired out and am' KOlnK tishlng." he lown lunch room in Chicago were poisoned after drluking coffee. Samp- les of Iho coffea bean taken over llrCCI DUL allu (MIL said In a statement accompanying resignation. It was accepted Immetl- lalely. WAGSTAFFITS Heal Seville Orange Marmalade ,J i care In SiltaPau. ic Provincial Government bad nol een approached for aldt in the Irrl- Until t atlon schemei of the' south. no ol Ihe districts Is In a position .to' :cific pro- o to-Edmonlou-with a' O6al his government la o make any pronouncement of policy. With a Bolshevist major ihe city council wll soon be known aa the cily soviet. earer] a rs a i jured, but he seems to be proKressIng favorably in Ihe Tab'er hospllal unrler the care of Dr. Held. Al Ibc same mlna on .Friday-, last, Mr. Dave Jllllcr. while operallag a culling machine had his leg broken. :Ie was at once taken. lo his. home, The maTlmum dllliC'Jily in regart lo the meter Byatem appears lo be Ihe filing of Ihe minimum price uf water where he Is now convalescing, the lianager pi (he SLAM AT SENATORS WASHINGTON, Aug. Fall Republican, New Mtilco, reply Ing In tho senate loday lo nn address veslerday fcy Senator McCumber, no publican, North Dakota, crillclllng tho foreign relations committee to amending Ihe Shantung .provision o toe peace treaty, Bslil senators -wh had "not- rendKe ,3 an imruealate proved of a Benera, Hnow ft Is Irue he has V'nplr tjlrelledfal (he time south Galgary, but seen enough to sense Ihe bf-lrrlgat'on'ln regard to thli piri.of prorlrice.. In Calgary. Dr. Tolmle expresstd the 'opinion thai during his brlet slay In the SouUiern counlry he had been greatly Impressed with (hi posslbill- of Irriyntlon. fn tho persons'of If there were any who regarded ira 10 me pnm [Ion. ilr. Melgtion as hostile lo Ihe Ihe new Slln-l that Imiiress'.on he jiissrs. ..Melghen and Calrjor, t Alberla ciifl WiWd of worm friends ID t effectually removed. Help In Ihe way of loans lo Inlcnfl Ing leacherc to complete the'.r course in Ihe Normal School Is a polity which Ihonsht oul. With Ihe Interest token by Messrs Meigrfen, Colder .nnd Dr. Tolmle. in irrigation (t la a pity Ib'at the remain dor of UlC Cabinet Mlnlater.1 could nol b.e Soutlici '-so he made 16 In the of the opinion as lliey nro, HIM y- above mine, demonslratod the reality ot the hoodon by having Ills arm brok en the same week, cranking his car Wo would adrlsc iperaiora of this mine, to recall Sam GrMhwoll ami have him deliver his (among lecture, "Cel- ling by Your Hoodoo." i On Tocsday afternoon, Mrs. Itohcrt- on, who has been 'acting 33 h6use- [ceper for Mra. Howart] Hill since ho death of bis wife, gave an' afler- iQon lea, lo which .ft number ot Ihe aillf'3 of Ilic town were Invltled, lo meet Mrs. Kcrr. of Medicine Hat, who s taking Mrs. Ilobcrlson's place. Mrs. Kerr's Iwo daughters were alBO pros- enl. A very enjoyable time was spent by all. Mra.'Ilobcrtg'on purposes rt- turninf; lo Medicine Hal neit week where her daughter resides. Mr. End Mrs. Ball bl Iho Bank o Commerce are spending pan ot Ihelr holidays In .C.ilgary, lakltg In Iho Stnmpcde. j Mr. Doran. of Dldsbury, who Is t succecil Mr. Gordon Dlrkaoit aa man ager of Ihe Itoynl TahQ a flying visit Approprlalo Labor1 U.iy'services wl be liclil In Knox churcli nc-iC Sunday. Only Tablets Marked with the "Bayer Cross" are Genuine Acid IrrjitatiQrjs "Bayer" Now Canadian German Rights Purchased from U. S. Government Solid leather, neat." Bell made, comtorlaMc and well. Boys and will like them and parents will find Ihem goou NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH_________ SHERLOCK BUILDING 'Aspirin means made by meant this for over eighteen years, The only genuine Aspirin) The world's greatest physicians, jeal< cms of their own reputation and care- ful of the health of Iheir patients, prescribe "Bayer Tablets of 'Aspirin." 'Aspirin Is not German but is made in Canada, by Canadians, and is owned by a Canadian company. Unlfss you see. Ihe safely "Bayer Cross" on package and on .tablets you are not Celling Aspirin at all! Look for the "Bayer .Then il is real Aspirin. pon'l accept. Aspiriri in a pill box. IJuy a "Bayer. iThcrc'js'no substitute for genuine "Bayer Tablets of iwbich have been proved safe by mjllions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia, Eaiaclic, niidu.nial.lsmi, Colds, prlppc, Joint Pains, Neuritis. Proper and safe (Jirections are in every. "Bayer" of 12 TJollTca b( TioUlci of Kt. Ihf litfo miTk Jn ritjtr Mnnfflcmte of MtotVl. Wl.llr Irwn ihit'Mplrhi Bijef a f it miT f-f Wl.llr (n n'fM tlr rnllle ihrii rfltril hide mirk, UK "Bfjr rn i r TiMcli of r rr Crow." f ;