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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FKHUUAUY DAUA PAGE SEVEX Must Work All Information on Projects JuU liow, grcax Is the for co- farmers to aec-ure government :iM in establishing Ute lilg frrlgaUou projects In Southern Alberta vat; Nfiomi (lie rjrpiera'of the Irflll- bridge-Northern iltatrkt on Saturday afternoon at a. meeting hi tlio Iron Springs school house; at1 whit-Ji Suyl. Kairflcld, S, S. Uuuhaia and a number tjf CoqlOiile Irrigation formers spoke. Though the (arfncra are now.much more ilosiroiiB of Securing Irrigation In that section llian they ,wero a few ago there Is still some ueed for education -along certain lines, anil want to know more about U ure being given every opportunity to The fanners are also anxious to difference In tho COM if Irrigation 1? sujiylM lor -JO acres on wb quarter settlon instead of ir-! rlgatloti for all itrliable lanJ on each I Ituiu. neeil for co-oiieraton Is very bhowu by the follovlDg from a letter written by E. K. Drake, super- intendent of Irrlfalloa at Ottawa to 0, Pearson. of the tooateis lor the I.ellitirlilEs-XorlheTu project: i reiTiizf, ijuiU as t.'cU as you (Jo. that if an efficient irrigation system e BOW constructed and -ready for use it would probably for.itself hin two or three years In Increased rops, particularly If one or more of those jearjj proved (o he as dry as Lust year. But thin department can- Do', force aa Irrigation system upon settleu anjl until the seiners them- selves take active Steps towards or- ganizing Hit Irrigation district antl raising money tor construction pur- poses, 1 do" not thiuk this department is called upon to take tmy further tlou." A Petition Steps (o show that tho farmers are unanimous for the scheme to Irrigate acres north ot the arc being taken by the circulation ly Mr. Pearson, Mr. Kane, Mr. Samlhani and others, of a petition to the following "A petition to organize the bridge Xorthem Irrigation District hi i accordance with the 1910 survey plot We the uniieraigtied land owners and tax payers living in the district known aa the Lelhbridgc> Xorlfacrn. Irrlgatfon District have decided to bond our lands to raise u sufficient amount o money to carry (his irrigation projec 10 completion, and wo are asking tin Dominion government to take thi and furnish'the ripncy needed or at least to guarantee the bonds.' mil TOM. HILE stooping near Hie stove-1 caught the handle of a pan of and upset writes Mrs. Albert of-279 Harbison Ave.; -Winnipeg. "The entire contents of the pan poured partly down my but mostly over my Icot, mill as 1 -was lUfturs at the time my fool very badly scalded! A hiirjc blister covered ihe whclc ,icpcij ir.y fgpi and the pain I itfCcrcd was intense. We liai! U-aia how 'good Zam-lluk Is Ur such injuries, my hus- ttnd got tofec ond applied il. i np first application soon'eavc me wonderful relief from the uumiaK rain, continued applications completely cured the wold. After tills ttratlon of the value lo examine tte claims ot (i.-ceie, will meet OB next Thursday. dica! boarila anil much clerical worV. whu-h previously doae on this On tlie transport this work wilt ho chtvhed, aay complaints recorded f and a leiaporary adjustment made. Oa arrival at the demobil- [izafion i-euiie the men wJli ;harch from REVEAL THEM PR U AT ELY TOKIO. Feii. ii. t.; llochi Shinib'jr Nleblnlchl Shlmbuu, in mipa spired arllcle-s, both annimn tbat the government Baton Makino, foreign minister and I the iralii to (lie TOUONTQ-. Major Central K. C. AEhton, M. tl., Adjutant tlr-iu-nil, >vas in Toronto yeslerJay ana centre. (Jnal pavnidit v.MJ bi> made, kH turneu in auO ninti cliicHarged vith Instalujcm lbo man w system for relumed men uiuch forced to first irlcd oul uu J.'mprc-'j y.' c rally. 1'iulcr tlte new sehtme all the ,nd lo be held ibis eve- ning. This sum uiEiied aside from ho amounts thai.may lid raised by he existing organizations of the liureU, 1-ast year the eutti of 111.000 raised hy all orgaiUzalious, Includ- ug the envelope syslem ol the con- greeatlon. At Iho annual meeting held y the reports presenied spleti- lid ivork accompllshei during the year. The ladies1 aid, an especially active raised in actual caali the sum of 'but would niore fully represent the money raised work done, for besides actual cash donated, a tremendous amount of work'was accomplished by the ladles during Ihe year. Them the choir ralseil nearly J500, while the various organizations connected with the Sab- ecjiooj did (heir eliare.. The Sabbath school now lias a ship of 50ft J. G. Hohertaon has been again elected congregational secretary, 11. P, Wallace as irpasurer. A. lier and 11. Macheth arc- auditors. K. Lr. Hylands is chairman of the board ot managers. A thorough canvass ol tlie congregation ivill be made fihortly la Iiebalf of the new campaign. era the contents of the 1 treaties. dier's yspera bu seas unil his pay-book out over- Tls at destination, the work being done CAPITAL AND LABOR 1X NI Veb. iribucal n service ajby whicli cayiial aud labor shall have his arrival equal ronru'EfctitaUun, and by instead wjiile he is awaitHIK transport and thp ciiccit maJe rc'vJle, ihO i depot to i a lengthy procedure. Involving discharge of 300 in -t hours. It is believed in -vheiue will enable a i of whicli ii is hcped to .solve ihe prpb- leni 'ariiiiu? out of Canada's laxion ol her lighting forces, was pro- posed at today's meet lug of the clty'a committee of 20, to 'leal problems returned men. InJIiSS A Sirnff Bottle DtTtroyj Dandruff Doubles Beauty of Your Hair. Icn ntiniilca after cation'of Ilanderlno you cnn not flntl n slnglo or fnlling hair nnd your will not itch, but what will please you most will bo after n few -weeka' use, when you new hair, fine nnd" downy at rtftlly iirowtng all 'rfvCf the scalp.' A little mmbrlne ImmeclUtcly (lonhHs (he beauty of your hair. 'Vo how dull, .faded; brittle nrtfl Jttal cloth with nnj carefully draw, (t through yoirtrhalr, (akine one 'small flronll ot a lime, The effect Is amaz- ba'r will be light, fluffy and wavy, fin 'appearance of iibnndancei an and luxuriance. luslre, (k-t i n small holtle of KnowHon'a any drug sloro" 'or (olEct .counter for1 a (ew- lialr la 93 protly, arid soil it> Ihhl It hns lieen neglect- ed InJurCil by careless --thaL'a allf-yoil can Imvo hoaiillfnl hair and lols of it If you will just.lry.a llttlo ALL IHE SLEEPERS HALIFAX, N. S, Feb. Cua ard liner Carmania, with return ed Canadian soldiers and civilian pas sengcr list ot 251, arrived at -1.30 ji.m yesterday and docked an hour atter The troops have all been cleared o the ship and the greater portion haye begun tho last stage of (heir iourne> (o their homes. Disembarkation was somewhat hindered by the thorough ness with which the port medical offi cer conducted his customary exatnina tion o! tho sick, and was further hin dered by some confusion aboard thi boat, owing lo some officers haying countermanded the orders issued bj Ihe clearing depot command. The tils patch of the trains waa .considerably enlivened by the action of four or fiv officers on Ihe second Toronto.train who thought they should have an en lire Pullman to themselves, and strenuously objected the con ducting officer put a number of non commissioned officers ui the vacau berths.. The officers protested the' could not travel with tho men, and a the train pulled out they were endeav- oring, though -somewhat unsucceas fully, to. eject tlia men forcibly. Thi Carmanta brought out a number- o distinguished passengers. ,A NAVY SECRET [Toronto One of Ihe secrets of'the war mosi Jealously and trtost'successfully con- cealed was_ the paravane, and it was only recently that made linown ahoiit IL So .complete is the protection'which paravanes afford that squadrons ol vyarships can'now steam forth with ijnpunlty through the thickest inina fields. The original paravane consisted ot n long, body. Ordinarily this would float on the surface ot lite water, tout a piano placed trader the broad 'end ot the body and inclining downwards serves, directly tho paravane Is towed through Ihs walcr, to drive It below