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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TA.GK ElfcHT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, t920 From Arrow Creek Would Irrigate Couple .of Thousand Acres (From.Our Own CorresjkmtlsnU CRESTON, C.. Board of Trade this week received the report of Kuslneer Dlker.pf the. pro- vincial lands department, in connec- tion.Mvith lUe Airoiv Creek irrigation system survey. This .project will pro- vide water for irrigation and douie.- tlc use for tho RricLson, Croston and North Creston district, and can be utilized for domestic system in the town ilia .latter availed of provision Is made for Ihe of 240 h.p. (o operate an electric .llgat and povrer.plant.lt de- sired. At present-day costs ol mater- Ill and labor the complete system cost under. and Undeveloped for irrigation only tha cost would'bo about less. The report Is now in the Lands of the joint irrigation committees of tho board of tradft and the locals of tho United Farmers in the arva to be served.- Ail area ot acres is included la pro- posed irrisalton. area, .about out to.orchard or henies, and the balaneo is either clear- eu.br In the logged offrstste awqUtni: devcloiimjnt. In addition to tho Ar- row Creek scheme the engineer Is now making n survey a project to prcnitle wstpf iu Iho Canyon district, and preliminary, surveys': have teen loado of an area at Wynridel. ivhici, if gone on .with, I RETURNS FROM ORIENT Sarons Elected has re- iu5peetiou of Iko missionary fields and reports.favorable progress. conditions prevail next season. The usual every-four-year horticultural cen- sus of the valley, has just been com- pleted and for waf. time the iucreasr- "ed area iii trees and berries over 191C is quite noticeable. A Young People's Club In connec- tion, with the Presbyterian church has jusl been organised under (ha presl- deifey of J. C. Dow, and Btarls off with twenty members. It will operate week-. ly and tho.work will he under three heads: Social and Musical, Literary and Historical.and Geographical. Burning Coal Although this is in the centre of a wooded'area Creston Is-fact gettins Into the coal burning class. In the past three almost 500 tons of coa' have been delivered by H. S. Mc- Orcati.'ihe local fuel yard proprie'lor; -TheAttack diamonds come at ?13 a (on, while wood m the IS-lac'b lengths Is a'cord. N'olices are out for a that veil known meeting ot the local Hod Hun ryarea complete irrigation This ulnl club, .which has been defunct fdr at er promises to bo a Hit one in tha ioast a bait dozen Years. Complaiht Is general here.at the wd early.clps- matter ot irrigation, and it Is likely the initial .features all three Hcheraes will heyteveloped lo the point .where: acfuti: can commence as soon a's prices'of. the commodities to he used, as well as labor, arc at a slightly :lower level. A McL He'cher, of N'elson, Doimn Ian. fruit is'here: this week compiling the final crop statistics cov 1920 shipping Complete figures are not available, but from those to hand he, expresses the opinion tliat this vear s crop ;will be at least 60 cent ot the' 1919 figures This assure eiport of about) lipieo, as compared wuh >n slump In output is en tlrel> dne to the drv season preyent Jag the apples growing their normal size s B C Hunt, provincial horticulturist, Is another" official from this making preliminary prrpugtments for folding ijiple pack >vn and 6rchard pruning classes of m Sin-ction in the m Januarj aid rebriary. September, October- and hnvciriber were imusualb moiiths and jiunt figures the vallej has again got back normil resent of of moisture and as the showing of fruit budo on the tree'1 is splendij he predicts an enormous ap jil" crop In 19il, it tbe present Ideal ipg.of the deerseasou, as well as the open seasph for duck and gesse. For the the dear season, has clofcd before the arrival.nt in consequence of which-.very" little Tenlsoa has been taken. The EGason for Clucks and geese might: also lw c.t- teudcd at least a month without'any undufe-sljiUEhter. Tbe biggest communion service in the history of the local Methodist church was celebrated on iiunday nlgnt, with a total ot B6 coiamuni- eisl ot tho' sijuarej W. Bloor C. Schedlier are ill charge of ar- Our Own Correspondent) IIARO.N'S. Dec. T. D. Hunter ot Lethbrldge .was a visitor In Bcrous on Saturday, December 4th. Mrs. J. S. Hunter left Toronto on Tuesday 'where sho expects to visit with her daughter and sitters for the winter. Mr. Kellar had a ule ot all house- hold goods on Saturday, and 'black- smllh .business. He expects to' leave for the South in tie' Bear future, and [he house wiil be rented.''- Don't forsot the Barons' church lad- les' aid bazaar to the Odd- fellows' hall, neit Satunity noon, December llth, at three 6rclock. A large assortment of useful and fancy articles will be up for'sale.. You may purchase for Christmas at (bis bazaar. A large and fine rink Is in tha pro- t 1 Tie stores now present a Christinas appearance, reminding 'us that Christ- mas is not tar away. Mr. Harris old Ford car at'ths Kellar ul'e: on Saturday. Mr. Harris has (be reputa- tion for pulUag the stirring qualities Into cars, GO; be Will now, no doubt, find wood for' Abilities- Mrs. y. Jflutcilnja was a visitor In Carmangay ou Saturday, November 27th.' h. CcntratolationE are presumably In onder now lo Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mc- Kay on arrival of a eon. Messrs. W. C.- L. Cooper. 'Doc. Ous- ley and his brother .returned this weekend .f rora aj mooso iiiinti after some weeks )n search. ot Baiue. 'Their search, however, was not fruitless. They had decided to remain in' the (Tablets er Cranriei) s, INDIGESTION Take dry on tonfue or with hot or cold water. QUICK RELIEF! Price, MADC BY SCOTT BOWME MAKERS OF SCOTT'S. EMULSION of faith Iho Sunday previous the PreBbUenans received half a dozen i members, fire Ton certificate and one on profession'of faith. Since the i arrival of Rev J A. James, as per- manent Presbyterian pastor, the atten- dance at that ch'urch shows a, marked improvement, i r fall of liearlj 2% inches, ami the cool- est touch was 16 above freezing Bus- iness at the police court was light, only two cases being heard, which net- led in fines A planer is being added to the saw- mill the soldier "settle- ment at Lister and when it is In oper ation the plant'will turn out all grad- es of lumber. The first snow "of the season, wns in evidence, when: about a' sixteenth) of an inch uf it was iu evi- dence at .sunrise There is no insistent nonjand for tha white mantle With a decidedly short hay corp this year Iho absence, of- snow permits ihe ranging oficaltteiOii the: Kootcuay 1 n boon toUho cattlemen with green oat straw, selling a ton, and alfalfa about 510 higher. List.of Ihe 100 members for a new panel on the New York sheriff's jury contains the names of fivo millionaires, They iro J. D. Rockefeller, jr., Chaun- cey T.I. Depew, P. W. Vandcrbilt, n. M llaruch and Howard Elliot. Young Men want style Older Men seek excellence 3H In Sold by: combines both. It gives to correctly cut finely tailored suits and overcoats with the smart appearancethat they require. '.To more conservative men excellency hi fit and finish combined with finest work- manshipand materials which impress by their quietness, 'and suitability plui superiority. Fnshion-Craft Label assures that inside and outside quality which is necessary to lasting service. LOUIS KEEL, LeihbrWge Brooded until (heir tisk -was eociplete. When they left the Rfld Deer district they brought them the moose. Hence they were wolf rewarded, for tiejr labors. The sidewalks are being cobtlcired from Mr. H.-.Murray's corner of the street as far east as Mr. W. B. Fusee's. .The council IB supplying the mater- making along the'street Just i41 and each man, by whose house the passes. Is contributing labor. Mrs. 8, Pike and her mother, Mrs. J. Buchanau. were all visitors to the Women's Missionary convention held ItTLethbrldge on Monday, December th, The farmers are pleased that the wheat is now on the rice a little. The unfortunate- side about it Is, that most o! them have the greater part of it sold to pay debts. 5 .The Ladies' Aid will hold their mouthly meeting Ifl the church on Tuesday, December 14th, at three o'clock. All ladles are very welcome. Mr. and Mre.-.K. Mi for California on Tuesday, December 7th. They eijwel to spend the winter there lii (he interests of the health of both. The citizens wish them well. ''-Mr, and Mrs. L.' Kennedy left on Tuesday for Siwkane, where they will spend the winter mouths. One New Councillor ;-The.nominations for-town council 6ji labt were: S. Palrfield. J. IL Welsh..and W. C..L-. Cooper, Mr. Cooper was elected In the place .of Sir. J. Warn'ock, who" last IBM. Each member of the council was elected by acclimation. v Mr Walter sHams, has been working In tho saraga at N'obleford, was his parents hero on Tuesday. Mrs. 0. Thompson is on tho sick list in the tethhrldge hospital. Mrs. Thompson has boon In ill health for BOKO .time- past. We wish for her Bpeeiiy recovery. ALLIANCE ;TO CONTROL LABOR CONDITIONS NEW YORK, Needles Trades Alliance, launched here today as a defensive and offensive organiza- tion of flve big International unions'.-to control labor conditions In tha''cloth- Ing Industry, has decided to "take' up tlio fight brtlie dothi iig wo rkers :in New-York? anil Boston -against the Announcement of tie-decision this nioruliig I'o'oiitcr (lie wage fight quick- ly followed .'.-formation' alllanca by delegates: of neariy needle .workers: Resolutions passed by the alliance year was mayor town. The clec: condemned- the -'altitudo of- clothing lion of mayor: is left; to the collncll- manufactVirers in this city and Boston! I HAY DROPS A TON IN' TWO; -WEEKS .LONDON, Ont., Dec.: drop- ped another dollar a ,ton to on the local market today, making a total decline of a ton In two iv'jeke. 322 FIFTH STREET: SOUTH LETHBRIDGE SALE At PHONE 1444; "The Great Clothiers of the Great West" Press Mill-Speezing Out Every Last Trace of Profit, Our Sale Ends Dec. 18th at 9 p.m. DONT WAIT FOR THE SCRAMBLE DURING THE LAST FEW DA NOW EVERYTHING IS ON SALE. NOTHING RESERVED. Men's Suits SQUEEZED TO Men's SQUEEZED TO Men's Suits SQUEEZED TO Men's Syits -SQUEEZED TO Boys' Suits SQUEEZED TO ,95 Boys' Suits Boys' Suits SQUEEZED TO Boys' Suits SQUEEZED TO Men's Suits SQUEEZED TO Boys' Suits SQUEEZED-TO NpING LEFT ON OUR OVERCOATS BDTTHEIR WARMTH AND STYLE )yerc Men's Overcoats Men's Overcoats SQUEEZED' TO Men's Overcoats SQUEEZED TO- Men's Overcoats SQUEEZED :TO Men's Overcoats SQUEEZED TO Boys' O'r.c6at8 SQUEEZED TO V- Boys' O'rcoatsi SQUEEZED TO Men's Work SQUEEZED TO .82.85. Boys' Q'rcoatsi -SQUEEZED TO Men's Dress 3.45 Boys' O'rcoats I SQUEEZED TO Suits SQUEEZED. TO Two Pairs of pants. SQUEEZED TO Dress Pants SQUEEZED TO- i Men's Black' OVERALLS O.W.G. oc W.K. S.QUEEZED JO.. Men's Caps 'SQUEEZED TO .Men's Caps SQUEEZED TO Men's Tweed Hats SQUEEZED TO Men's Caps SQUEEZED TO 95c Boys' Capj SQUEEZED TO Men's PulloVerl Sweaters SQUEEZED TO j S4.40 Boys' Caps SQUEEZED TO Boys' Heavy j Wool Stockings SQUEEZED TO 85c Boys' Wool ''Tqquos 'SQUEEZED TO Men's Shoes SQUEEZED. TO 'J1L55 Follow the bijrge.t crowd of'buyers and you'll find, "THE STORE THAT SATISFIES OR CHEERFULLY REFUNDS" 'i ;