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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'K PAGE SEVEN Reconstruction Cpnriimttee Endorses Irrigation Project Discusses .Other Matters Further organliatlon of tlie J-etb- bridge Ileconitructton Committee was cffRctcd at a meeting held last night in retard to work" that may bo Initial- ed carried on In tho economic In- tereil 'of the country anil of our com- munltieB. Tbul tor Iho fuilhcrance ot these objects lUore shall be an eiecutjve committee ot neven In all, Including u chelrman. a vice-chairman, a secret- ary, four members, That the members of the Lethbrldge Reconstruction Committee he, as now UtHUU "-I ct the clllteiii ot this city and as follows, with power to Ililrlct to aid In every poinlble man ner In the the occupatlonB ot civil occupa- Realization that nulck must be tions for thoie, ot who aro secured if tho (.'onraiiuoe to properly capacltalea by tne loss eet Iho demar.ds whlcli will shortly also to co-opernto In made on It is spurring the commit- matters ,wlth tee to make every effort to Labor about to in Lelh ana with tho Alnerta. Return lituatlon. As sotting forth .Ihe objects of (ollowliiK rciolutlon was llesolved: That It 'will bp deavor ot'thlj Le.thhrld.Ee Recpnstruc Commltlio lo encourage the (lied Weak. Nervoui or Run-down? Iron fnd p h of coaUla) vX it YU VH oa. teful j.rop.rtl.1 UuJr Mil ttj Ct U4., from Fcllaainf Drag J. D. H1QINBOTHAM CO, LTB, FRANK MEDLEY DRUQ COMPANY. add to their numbers: R. Marnoch, T. I.ongworth, W. 1) Hardie, H. W. Meech, M. freeman ,T Home, Mrs. J. N. Hltchle, Mrs, 0 W. Robinson, Sirs. 11. Jowett, E. C JlcKonzle, P. Sick, H. i. R, Patersmi, Aiex. Smil'i, J. Morgan, 0. f. liielcher, S, J. Shepherd, J. Cunningham, F. Smead, W. Syruohds, R. Livingstone, H. Reld.-J. W. Bawden, il. P. Mad- Ny-lnnipn? Judtfc Ureatly Sur- prised at Extent iind Quality of Kxhibits With eggs retailing a! slj cents w. uawaen, n. "Piece, and scarco even at that price W Orneu C. Peacock, 0, D. tho festive hen Is an object for more A, O llaallm, V. K. han passing consideration Ilicso ilaye. inw McNab, Mrs. and that'is why tho officials of the Lethbridge Poultry Association are expecting largo lo visit Ihe show during tho next couple days. YOU witt to "CARRY on are being disposed of you will on? Ywr job is to work md save and serve. Doivt waste food or fuel .whenymieai wheat be sure it is the'whole whesd. Spooner, J. Conybeare, Thos. Long. That pronouncement shall be made uV this Lethbridge Reconstruction Committee only If supported by a two- thirds majorltv of the members pres- ent ui meeting; and that a quorum of the-committee shall require the presence of one-third of the member- ship. Executive Commiltpe The executive committee consists of Chairman 0. R. Matnoch, vice-chairman. Thos. I-oi-gworth; sec- retary, II. P. Maddlson; Smecd, Hobt. Livingstone, Alex Smith and M. Finn. Dealing with which ore looked on to provide work tor return- ing soldiers, Chairman Marnoch brought up the resolutions passed at recent meeting ot the Hoard of irade He had, he aald, heard, some criticism ol the irrigation projects, some ot tho labor representatives ap- parently holding the erroneous opln- ion that these projects would benefit largo land speculators principally. Ho pointed out.that much of the land In Ihe district capable ol irrigation already held by uona fide farmers who have been farming U lor eight or ten years and Who have now come lo a realization that irrigation would great- ly improve the'ir condition. But the chairman also pointed om that the I schemes have not advanced very as yet. It is true tho Dominion goy.; radlta o A. reproaentallvo visited the j show this mornlug, anil it Is vilte within to st.ttc that never, has Lelhbrltlge seeu suuh a i eshlbltlon of poultry of all kinds, both from standpoint of quantity and quality. It is the largest allow ever held linn, and one o! the ever 'held in western Canada. Mr. Woods, Ihe Winnipeg was very greatly surprised and pleased. Tlie building tilled lo the last coop, with a pigeon roosting in the raliovs. It woulil Jiavs been impossible to accommodate another hundred birds. i 'Great Interest The success of the sliow tic nee o. of the Interest which is being tak'-njii poultry throughout the wcm fanciers hellevc baa had much o is food. Wheat no particle of the wheat berry is wasted orthrown away. Always clean and wholesome, No sugar is re- -just tntlk and a dash of salt. that the rl war, BUO- try lien are doing their share. Among the classes u-hicii -are large tracts witnin tneu miles of the much must yet for be done'in the way of organizing Ihe farmers to -Help put e t farmers to -Help put the i.a through. 'The chairman, '.eiplalnedijj conttncQt.% that farmers wanting water for Irrlga- Waterfowl as a Utah Tuson the local breeder, alsolrteatii ot uianui a cood 'showing, and is strong i was buried last In Black OrptnBtons. The local was seveniy-tnr Bali's" I health until the with the judging results y far. realize'that their birds are --alnst some of the best in have won prizes re ne is re ne w gig their liome. where ricll urjl B he fun were business to Ray- mond "on Thursday. Miles Fairbanks nt Darnwell was also s busker vie- Mr J Morgan, school Inspector.hss wnero in town all week giving the local "the iiovs now are. The funeral was public school staff vWL held in the Raymond first chap- or Uiree Ceases of Ilu were had been ailing, but nol 'enough to comiitaln. She came front Denmark more than thirty years ago ulth Mr. Prcpgrass, who yel survives her. ?oi- t slstcen years they have made The deceased e old. Iways been in good year or so she totir sons and many Weada to mourn her liralh. The sons arij 'Tka. of Ulah J M. of Washington, Freil of Raymond, and Walter ot 'Coal City. Bishop and Mrs. L. Peterson of Bavn- ji lllo'ii, Onlarlo, Just got In from Ham- where lie has 'been training for Iho air force. Traciors are to be used In logging operations In Maine. Unadulterated Ivory Soap contains no adulterants.. The from which it is made are.as 'pure and as high grade as can be. They are efficient in themselves; uncombined alkali and other harsh materials could -not make them more so. Ivory Soap can be safely used to wash anything that pure, clear water alone will not harm.1 lunl tlon are In the. same position as 7n wanting.to water- rks system. They, must prepare to do tiielr part of th.e >rk. In some districts capable Tiie showing ot waterfowl Is an- other'feature of the show-which is worth-special mention. Generally m shows in Lelhbridee the )f iiaif a dozen pens rtao t satisfied that' irrigation ia ueces- rK. in EUIUI; waieriOWl itation a number of farmers ore not obacure corner. Not so this se are n vear- ,or Doth.: ducks and geese are ,_ numbers. Turkeys, represented, and make yet satisfie a rr vear- ,or o sary with the result that much ,n slonary work is yet So.be done before 1 iaa ar6 wfen the -termers themselves are ready ,OIlg (or take up their share of the work. For R61and Neas> "that reason he.thought the provincial ,t rtowll al a pouitry cjhibi ion sh'ould throw'. Its lufju- fat, year3, nie principal f behind tie sch-eme In much; the te, nmnnei- as it helps to orgaHlze ural municipalities and school ;dls- Projiit .The Result ol Mr. Marnoch's stale- en t was that the meeting, includ tag i pndoraea ellitoltor riu the-waterfowl classee Humphries and -Hamilton, local breeders, havo a splecilld .enlry of xame bantams that'is attracting a lot of .attention. The .-pigeon classes are also heavy. e UL3U UCUTJ. Judging should be .practically com- by this evening, and then the Trade" resolutions .on; the'. will become ot particular At the same time, other reso- interest to Ihe public generally. Ai- ;0f the board :asltlns the Do- the show Is very pleasing uo otae oar :as _- oEeer undertake im, anti 6hbuld attract a largo crowd. i TORY SOAP Wade in the Procter A Bou mmon, rt.nt works in this district were en ilorsed as .follows: Resolved that the Lethbridge Recon struction Committee, charged by their fellow citizens with the duty of as- sistlnt'ln the re-establishment of our soldiers (n civil lito endones gener- ally tho resolutions' regarding con strtctlon works passed by tho Leth bridge Board of Trade on November SKln? and urges tbo Imnfedlate consideration ot tbeso matters by the Dominion government and. the Alberta government with a Jo prompt aq- tloi being taken. The following- resolution was also that the Lethbridge' Re construction, Comm.iUee, charged b> thtir fellow citizens with the duty d assiatlng In tbe re-estiiblishment o our soldiers In civil life endorses the reflation passed by the Lelhbridge Board of Trade on November 1918, and respectfully asks the- Can- Indian Pacific Railway Company proceed, with 'the railway, extension from Klpp to the Sulfielo Branch and ha completion ot the Lethbridge Wey; bum branch Immediately tho spring Efsclinn Was Keenly 'Contested Blood Old Lady'A Death rnrre'iooHenl R, Dec. 10- s It over? aigheil the counters when the last oai- lot was scored. The-. largest poll by one hundred that was ever polled in Raymond, took place yesterday. The final results were doubtful until the last few minutes. Competition was keener and rivalry raore 'apparent than. ever before dis- played bore. There was no moral question' at Issue, but Just one ot tho introduction ot blood in tho coun- cil and relieving Mayor O'Brien ot the c an re onerous task of being mayor, which opens up, resolutions along with let- onerous insr. the committee will be to- offlcB Has filled for three terms, warded to the goveromenls the kni that loyalty and honorably, Mr. P P R showing tho undertaking O'Brien was .iho first .secretary-lrea- of the works mentioned in tho board surer Ot the town, also serving as of trade resolutions wouli-help out the councilman, under every mayor but ul >r- ono ln nn IK, has served ten years on tho council, and three- as mayor if the Incoming councilmen and mayor serve ti loyally as Mr. O'Brien has done we can rest assured ot tho fu turejot Raymond. Mr. Pack, the'mayor-elect. Is a man wliose undoubted ability to handle our town affairs has been proven during the post year or so, especially. For councillor. Jlr. Devoo Wool drew Ihe iifcileal number ot voles numbering two hundred and seventy. labor situation here and help lo meet needs ol Iho returned soldiers. DurlnB the. meeting Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Freeman compiain- led that was'belnf left to Its own resources to find Jobs tor men because the government did not seem to have done anylhins as situation. The commissioners 9 checked up on this statement ecretary Maddlsur, of IhoG. A Is provincial officer whs mdtrtaV Inii iiii-. work o! yet orans in portions until :3uch ttoie as Ihe labor bureaus are established, and solnlers are expected first to aptirj to nu Mr. S. B. Card and Mr. D. M. Powel- son lied with two hundred and twenty- two votes for their share. The hoard are men of oiperlence. Mr. Kirk- ham been on the hoard for some time, acting us secrelary-lreasurer. Mr Walker lias been accountant for the Knight Ca. for several years. Hats, money and marbles wero lo.-t; won by the supporters o! Ihe vari-1 ous candidates. After ihe counlinfl o? tho ballots the victors escourtetl th6 election oftlcera and ail Mil'1C'tne hotel where a sumptuous oyster "fry" and "slew" 'was served. Mayor the E honorary BUr.st. .Tcssls. rwcchcs 'and ir.usln ytfe iuiiulscd ia, tut there was an ab- WANT HELP NSW YORK, Dee. lutlon to be by wireless to Pretident WilH" tne ing him lo work 'at the ptace for the self-determination of Ireland was adopted last night av an Iriih telf-delerminalloA mitt Jt MadlMn It wat estimated ftntn were b-jlldlr, and the outtiiie.. The universal military service gum- Soldier's offering to his Sweetheart is naturally the sweetmeat that him most refreshment and great- est enjoyment when on duty. The Flavour Lasts _ Keep Hie bovs in service swriicd. ;