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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1tJB Reconstruction Comthittee Endorses Irrigation Project Discusses Matters Further organisation of bridge neoonntructlon Committee waa offnctpd at a meeting held last night was attended by 28 Realization that quick action must be secured If tho committee to properly meet tho demufda which will shortly be made on It Is gpurrlng the commit tee to make every effort to meet tho As sotting forth the objects of the committee the following resolution was unanimously adopted Ilcsolved Thnt It will bo the en deavor of this Lethbrldge Reconstrue tion Oommlttee to encourage the fixed purpoee of the cttUeni of thin city and dmtrlet to aid In CYMy pCHwlble ner In the of our In the of civil life and In finding suitable occupa tions for of them who aro capacitated by the loss of lllmbs or otherwise and also to cooperate In thete matters with the Bureau of Labor about to be established In Leth iwlth the Return ed Soldiers Commission that this Lethbrldge RR construction Commtttfp their Influence with the Dominion Govern tho Alberta civic authorities and employero ARK YOU Nerroui or Wincarnu A eomblnntlon of Extract of Cxtfrnnt of Iron end Gljetropnoii p h t of Celehim end Sodium with nwctallr itUeted A BloodbolM n end Pra teribed by tho Medical nrotoiton for Brain towered VI Mutornttrwcek tSu Jind from my WlneMnli derful In their It 81m nrery TT ejv In thj of tho world Dent new health offers wm try Mt eeltltT Protrielen Ctlimtn 8r Wtnemrnu Cmntilitn tr rorllnni ResUnl Sales Aunti ftr tin DtmMen JttlH tont fey Small fllM In regard to works that may be Initial ed and carried on In tho economic In terest of the country and of our com That for the furtherance of these objects there shall be an etecutlve committee of seven In including a a a secret and four That the members of the Lethbrldge Reconstruction Committee as now as with power to add to their numbers Jj C A Mad That pronouncement be made by this Lethbrldge Reconstruction Committee only if supported by a two thirds majority of the members pres ent at the meeting and a quorum of the committee shall require presence ot onethird of the member Executive Committee The executive committee appohfled consists of Chairman Longworth sec Maddlaon Alex Smith and Dealing with matters which ure looked on to provide work for return ing Chairman Marnoch brought up the resolutions passed at PAGE SEVEN Winnipeg Judge ireatly Sur prlMd at Extent nnd Quality nf Exhibits With eggs retailing m six cent and scarco even ii Unit ho festive hen Is an for than passing consideration tlieso and that is why Um officials of the bethbridge Poultry Association are expecting large numbers to visit Hie show during the couple of A Herald representative vicitod the show this morn In ami It In quite Within the mark to KirUe that never has seen such a splendid exhibition of poultry of nil both from standpoint of quantity and Jt Is the largest show ever held and one of the best ever held in western the Winnipeg wn very greatly surprised and The building la filled to the last with pigeon roosting in the It would have been impossible to accommodate another hundred Qreat Interest The success of the show dence of the which WILL HAVE TO CARRY Ufl While the THohensollerns are being disposed of you will have totarrycmV Ynir job is to work attd save and waste food or eat wheat be sure it is the whole Shr is cvi s being u UK u wf u recent meeting of the Board ol in poultry throimhoui t is awhole wheat In making Shredded Wheat no particle of the wheat berry is wasted or thrown Always clean pure and Nosuofarisre cjuiredjust milk and a dash of IH IVUU some of tho labor representatives ap parently holding the erroneous opin ion that these projects would benefit large land speculators He pointed out that much of the land In the district capable of irrigation IB already held by bona fide farmers who have been farming it for eight or ten years and who have now come to a realiiation that irrigation would great ly improve their But the Obtainable from thu Felloating Drag 5IMM HIQINBOTHAM A FRANK HKDLBY ORUQ a a has been a campaign to produce mne to fill the growing t3KKH i and it would seem Hat the poul try men are doing their Among the classes which are mak ing a better showing I his year than usual are the Columbian and Silver Huff and into Orpingtons and have a ParUcu arly ly improve their But the goodRowing of Orpingtom chairman also pointed out that Tu8on the local also schemes have not advanced very far hag a and is strong as It is true the Dominion gov j Tho local We wisb the incoming officers suc cess In their hotly contested Heber Allen IB soon to leave or Utah where he is going to attend the TUah Agricultural College at Paul Redd and Doilglas Pax man have returned from where they have been training in tho Grandma Prepflrass Dead are called upon to report the rteatli of Grandma had been but enough to She camo front Denmark more than thirty years ago with who yet survives For th past sixteen years they have made well were business to Ray mond Miles Fairbanks of Barnwell was also a business vis Mr J school has ve limits i Raymond their most of boon in town all the hovs now The funeral was public school staff an intho Raymond first U returned frcfni as It is true the omn has made surveys and are hoidlng their own with Hshed the practicability of Irrigating fanciers and are quite a large tractB within a of To witu the JudglUK result o was buried laet The deceased was seventythree the Prepgrass had always been in good satis health until the past year or so slie large tracts witnm a the Judging results BO miles of the but much must reftllzethat their birds a re be done in the way of organizing lnst flome of the best in nrolecls jjominion which have won prizes nil over the Waterfowl The showing of waterfowl is an other feature of the showwhich is worth special Generally m i and esteem in the deceased was She leaves who four sons and many friends to mourn her The sons of of Fred of and Walter of Coal Bishop and Peterson of Bam Ham where he has been training for the air Tractors are to be used in logging operations In farmers to help put the projects The chairman explained that farmers wanting water tor irriga tion are in the same position as u town wanting to establish water works They must organize worKs worm and prepare to do tUelr part of the I ultry Bh0ws icts caable of utii t LW Tjouiiry BU In some districts capable of occupy half a doaen pens irrigation a number of farmers are not obscure Not so this yet satisfied that irrigation is ve fop both ducks and geese are with the result that much mis1 there large mionary work is yet to be done before afc woll and make the tanners themselves are ready to take up their share of the For I Ness ot who that reason he thought the provincial ahown at a poultry exhibition government should throw a for sx ls tnc principal behind the scheme In much the in the waterfowl it to organize ana locn HUGO UWlllll OVMV manner as It helps to organize rural municipalities and school dls Endorse Irrigatlen Project The result of Marnochs state ment was that the including Unadulterated Ivory Soap contains no The from which it is made arc as pure and as high grade as can They are efficient in themselves uncombined alkali and other harsh materials could not make them more Ivory Soap can be safely used to wash anything that clear water alone will not IVORY SOAP 0 PURE In the Pietttr Cs Humphries and local have a splendid entry ol icame bantams that is attracting a lot of The pigeon classes are menl should be Se labor men endorsed the pleted by this board ot trade resolutions on the exhibition will become of parttculai matter At the same time other resoi interest to the public Al ot the board asking the minion government undertake im portant works in this district were en dorsed as follows Resolved that the Lethbridge Recon struction charged by their fellow citizens with the duty ot as sisting In the reestablishment of our soldiers n civil life endorses gener ally the resolutions regarding con together the show Is very pleasing and ehould attract a large struction works passed by tho brldge Board of Trade on November and urge8 the consideration of these matters by the Dominion government the Alberta government with a view fo prompt ac tion being The following resolution was also that the Lethbridge Re construction charged by their fellow citizens with the duty ol assisting in the reestablishment of our soldiers in civil life endorses the resolution passed by the Lethbrldge Board of Trade on November 1918 and respectfully asks the Can adian Pacific Railway Company to proceed with the railway extension ft EXCITING III A Most Pleasing Gift A Toast Stove or We have them What finer gift could you give or re ceive Star Electric 409 FIFTH STREET from Klpp to the Suffield and the completion of the LethbrldgeWey burn branch Immediately the spring opens up These resolutions along with let ters from the committee will be for warded to tho governments and the C P showing how tho undertaking of the works mentioned in the board of trade resolutions would help out the labor situation here and help to meet tua needs of the returned During the meeting Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Freeman complain ed that the city was being left to its own resources to find jobs for men because the government did not seem to have done anything as to meet the The commissioners wers checked up on this Secretary Maddison of the IB provincial officer who is undertak Election Was Keenly Contested Young Blood Chosen Old Ladys Death From riir rwn it over sighed the counters when the last bal lot was The largest poll by one hundred that was ever polled m took place The final results wore doubtful until the last few Competition was keener and rivalrj more apparent than ever before dis played There was no moral question at but just one of the Introduction of new blood in the coun cil and relieving Mayor of the onerous task of being which office he has filled for three that loyally and OBrien was the first secretarytrea surer of the also serving as under every mayor but one In all ho has served ten years on tho and three as If tho incoming councilman and mayor serve aa loyally us OBrien lias done we can rost assured of tho fu ture of tho Is a man whose undoubted ability to handle our town affairs hue been proven during the past year or For Devoe Woolf B r ing Uio work of placing returned vet nrana In positions until such time as the labor bureaus are and soldiers are txpected first to apply to him and any employers of labor hnv poeltlons open should notify President Longworth also told of whut local officers are doing In tills re WANT HELP NCW A reeo lutlon to be sent by to President on board the transport George Washington ask ing him to work at the peace con ference for the selfdetermination of Ireland was adopted last night at an Irish maae masting at Madison Square It was estimated persons were packed Into and the square The universal military service A Soldiers offering to his sweetheart is naturally the sweetmeat that gave him most refreshment and great est enjoyment when on JThe Flavour Lasts drew the greatest number of numbering two hundred and Card und Powel aon tied with two hundred and twenty two votes for their These three men are young and ambitious Their dabbling in municipal politics is one of Hie first slops to a future political The two members of the sohoo hoard are men pf Kirk Uam has been on the board for acting UK Walker lius been accountant for the Knight for several money and mrubltw were and won by the supporters Hie vari ous After the counting of tlui iKillotK tho victors escourlod fit elecilon officers and all ant tothe hotel where a sumptuous oyster fry and stew was Mayor OBriea boirtg the honorary Enneches and music indulged Vut there was au alt rKeeP the bovt In service IN CANADA ;