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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAHF. rur nAii.Tf WAT.P TUESDAY, DECEMIHW 9, HCEIOFHUEANCr o- LONDON, Undcn fs lo riildsncm by tJio cubic foot, This was announced today by AwcMmtnl Com ml si loner Step- hen Grant The ssiST-imtrrt will Vary from four cenls to 25 cents ptr cubic tool, according to style and illujt'on, it Is pieiumed. The SE5SESOP will ute a tape line and work- ing out arithmetic In their vt -rr u-e helsht, breath and length, do the public j c measure, and iYt vrerX Is done. The height measure slarla from tha cellir ..d lo the celling of the lo? s.orey theiricaa diel Intestate. The whole ot tilj estate Is equally dlTfclod fill six children, .Mice iliule Kpowlea, VajicauTer; Anna SlMer, Derll'a Lake. and Etie) Rorenre Chamberlain. Vancouier, receive OTTAWA MAN'S ESTATE 8. aach. HOLD UP IMPERATOR IJec, for- liner Ircpsrator. now un- der tbe Briilsh Iltj. will not be per- miUed to', leave New YorS. officials saTa today, until Iho railroad Bdalnls- IrsUoa Las .completed Its [nvestUat'on ol cairyes 'that the vesiel had tafcen on JonB ol coal when her fuel permit called tor cnlr LODB. UOW LOKD MONTAGU i T A 1 LorJ M aerred oj Deau3iou. To'untwr locomoliro bo during tte recent railway strike in Groat Britain, tells o[ bfc la lift Norember N ksrchtals from windows, and allot- ment holders waggled spades and iorfcs at pustoc There via once moro thigte of war ID tha rilr. the fecllnc ol tho nation anil coinnolUd to defend It- self. comparative deserMon of the ttnih Century. Hera ara of lo the permanent way them I In irar.nir 1 never bfttore, v one niorntnr, comics up lo LOQ- "Durlnp my doa> i pM up OQ Ih8 .road. to Jtw. Bournemouth, Easttclgh and Water- loo tlere were, o' courie, unuspect- ed and amjalsj One when tn old Udr came up to mt at aai atler a gool deal of EuiubHns in a black baudbsj er tfcan fiTa coreyn of pamidfJi be- iveen and aasJcgelgke." SENTENCE APPROVED WASIHN'OTOX, ot dismissal liupocod by a naial court- YOUMG LADY RECOVERING WINNIPEG, Dec. aa- -An esUtd of reporiefl liis mornliit ibtt wtlcli two Mlia Douslas, of Albert, commercial properties and OTcr who brought fcere j-esierdii froa in cash In has been left by tbe Albert suffering from tnjurra ]ate ArtLur UougMon Matlhtfwman, rocelTed to when ;no fell pionwr OitawR resident, who died tho skTllRat at tiw collsflaie KOT. G. Tha' Royal Trust Company has institute FYidaj cTealcg, was pro- applici for papers of administration faTorably and, vrould llielj at (he courttiouse. The late Mr. Uat- recorer. mo slifcnoe, In a molhcr- tone: done, young man; 1 martial on Edmund Chamber- am so slad you ore yonT lain, an (trailer In Ih? marine corpj, union.1 Agila, tiro children camo en charges out of bU luisatloual up, acd ono said 'Driver, TO haven't claims of having doteatcj a vastly sup- got any cjcney to.epare, tut horo erlor force of German alrehlps on tbe are two Thus age and yostli Treatern front, was approved today by altJtB. Lt was symbolic. Tha Secretary DAnlelt, o( the depart- public e'most aJirnTs subscribed a meet. considerably BTr.ount of. mocey all--------------------------- terminal stations, from; FIRE ON TRAMP STEAMER 'thirds.' In coppen sud saiall money, SAJM Dea which EtOTrj how enleful people (which bcoko'out Saturday nljrbt In were for any train and to any driver tbJi miJn bucfcen of tue XonrtfclaB wbo would take tiera aJonj to tiefr trainp alouuer Terrier still was blaz> doetlnatlon. today and was thought by the i "One naval orilcer at Waterloo said porice to resulted from Ihe'plac- lo arrival (here: 'This Is the ing of a fire bomb in Ihc nasel'9 hoW. happiest day ot mr BEld Eiporta bare ..been called In to do I. 'Berflust I'm to bo married to- Lermlne Iho nature of a piece ot fuse day. and It 1 Ladfl't been able lo found eitemStnt down from tho main tip Ihlj morning 1 ahouldn't .have hatch Into 90 tons of coal whlci wa; been In lime.' People irtve-i hand- placed on (he vessel Saturday. New December Numbers of Charles Hackett Sings'O As (heymjne officer Hackcn, the senationaJ tenor ol ihc polinoi Opera Company, conveys in ihis solo all of Varied and Vivid Timely Music A which discovered. He of h as a Paradise, and fiirly miits you ME h. Ok, CM. XI Ti SMIu H-jliE lie Siellir (hiartciw. Ponselle in Duet With Maurel Sings MAl IT R j 1 A Hannbnious Tenor Duet TnisscniimeniJsonfbfchilcf- hood'sand manhood's dreams and ambitions is a bcautilul bit of harmony. BotKihissone knd iKe 'coupllnc Gale" are wonhy .successors Forever Blowirg Bubbles" by ihe same authors. Charles Harrison arid Lewis James i new cofTibtnaiion them wonderfully. Rou dramiiic jopiuio oi the Metropolitan Open Company, in a duct Barbara sings thij sicred sonc, which many millions love, in a ivay 10 make ercn more miUi'ons (arc if. Thesalemn, implor- ing words rine true in thcirtender, thriU- ing ionc3. "Nobody Knows, and Nobody Seems To an ud Schmcfc. Vu Eclxnclc. j4JIIt. JO-i A) Everytgdv will circ i lot 171 Tn Gil ii At t'a, crri BilTr ny. iQ-ir.cti toa for Ihis liuly amusing tenor duct by Irvin? and Jack Kauffiun. Lackof I'lovin'-' is what they lament Coupled with "1 Wanna ifl -Go Back to Dear Old Jilothcr's A-2795-9CC Bacchanalenby French Symphony A superb piece of ballet music 15 ihis vHA Orfcn- (2! darxe from Sairu-Sicns' Raman end Dffilab rendered by the Paris Conscmrory Symphony Qrchcatra. Rapid and firry, it foreshadbivs the dcarudion of the in the Temple of Dagon. Coupled with "Capriccio. .Espagnol." ToT-Tnt. Verkrt Jaairiu Till. Waldorf Ailoii itn. .Ann, IS-intt, A Fnttj Crib ib frcm "FoIIifi of IBIS" Tra-TiPi. The Hippy Six, Ai Ereai eurprtse, mosi of ihem are taking up farming for the (Irai time. There are professional men. business men. clerks, leathers, music iricn- ers. nursea. mechanics, carpcniers and reprcseniallves of several lines ot work. A desire for healthlul oc- cupaiion. wltb ihe QCCCS- s2.rv ambition LO raooey, fans IM them to seitle lu ihls couoirj. Tae climate 13 delightful, ibe In tpnso heal belos usually iemnero-1 oj -coollus hreezes- Thoupb ihe s.utnmcri are short, the Ions diy- hours with copilouous sun- Ebine. force the "crop to early ma- turity. I have seen thousands ot sheep grazing In ihe prairies, the herds of cattle and horses rang- ing every whero ihc golden harvests as far as the ere could reach. Huge tractors do all the heavy wnrfc. On account of the drought this year, lie cropa on dry land in lhi3 section been alums! a iota] fall- urn But on the Irrigated land, the) hivo surpassed all This particular community has Jusi been holding its agricultural fair at Brooks, tl-t miles easl of hert. The cihlbit of cattle, horsps'. sheep, grains.' and .vegcmbJes far This Is espor.lall; surp.iiing, aa (I repre- seais 'be flrci attempt nl farmluB In 'ssrlicn or the country. The waier supply for Irrigatlns caaals here comes from the Rocli- IM' ahoui "ISO" re'si through ttr Uon Klvor. At BasEino there (9 an Iratu-usp dam. costing three and oQp-hall trillions- From this ilam. The WBIOI Is cooTpyed through main t? "he sma Each Quarter E-cUm a hcadgate or irelr where the waier Is measured lo the farmer. Then the !armcr has to build' a main OILch Rllli miuy laterals, to gel the water spread over bis Ip.nd. Tha "ditch- riders" 'regulate the amount of water that each farmer shall QHTC. Thej- oversee miles of ditch. The farmer pays the Cantdlin .Govern- ment J1.25 aD acre per for lir Q of the water. The flume at Droofts, a great piece of engineering Is about lour miles long and 300 feet high. It carries ibe waier from ono hill lo ihe other, a distance of about four miles. Tht of re-enforc- ed concrete COM over ITTO million dollars. Over twenty mlJllona have bocn spent oil this irrigation evstem aqd a? much O-gatn will'bs, spent fore 11 fs J- A Bhorl dlsUncd east of Casalls Is the soldier 50 rwrij-made farms fcnce'd. with necessary build- Ings, and 50 acrea of land broken. farms are Bold to relumed soldiers on long term easy To the south Is Taylor's sheep ranch vherc ihey have over head ol .hecp. This !s onlr one of tha -oany Urge sheep ranches In this ioctlon. Near Uroots la Ihe farm to the Duko of Sutherland -a farm of acres. This year" hey have acres tn wheat, anil iorcs In alfalfa. Somo ol the ind produced Ions of alfalfa to .he They have had three cut- this year. There is so Il'lts aln here that Ihe re la no difficult? :a curing the hay. Twelve- miles joutli of here (s Ijike Newel, fishinc ground for everybodj. VFher- cver (Jierc la any water, Lfiere aro ihou.-janda of duciis and The duck hunting season has Jual open- ul and we hare been Flai h a. good crop. Tho seed LV'iised-fbrMJBMed tbs aUlt. which fa very toughT for linen flber. U noTT brings J4.93 a bushel. Wh'eai and oats are unuaiiy pal. In for Cret crop. H. T. B. CaMllj, Holarine "Makes a tfood cmr Whm you jrfw yw friends, cart art laid up for'lht uintrr, a lift, bttuttto txplain lhat Imptrhl Polarint tolvtt Ihe co fabrication GOOD MOTORING WEATHER Any day in winter is good motoring weather to the driver who lubricates exclusively with Imperial clean motor oil. His engine is spry, because Imperial Polarinc does not congeal in-cold nor run thin under highest engine hcnt. By using Imperial Polarinc exclusively effective lubrication under any temperature is is reduced to a minimum, wear retarded, and- quick pick-ojp made posaibjc, Cylinder walls arc protected, full power is concentrated behind the is expelled with thccxfiausl. Three grades (or cylinder lubrication, Imperial Polarinc, Imperinl Polarint Heavy and Imperial Polarinc A. Ask the Imperial Oil Man which lo use. For transmission and differential lubrication tlicre nrc special Imperial Polarine oils and grcasca which nrc specially formulated for iiib work. Imperial Polarine is sold everywhere by garages, hardwares and general stores. In six gallon, gallon and four gallon scaled cans, gallon steel Jrums, half-barrels and barrels. Imperial Premier Gasoline is the ideal better gasoline at nny price, 'Sold by Good DeaJert ;