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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .MONDAY, FEBRVAttY 17, 131 y THE DAILY- THBEK THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S There is a Suggestion of "Solid Iv'ory" in 11ns Incident. Wellinton Vi'oui. 15 Too Sir pohopr. it COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVE3Y WHERE Prompt and Efficient Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY fir .Jii-jv, 1'.. .-'i K. C. FAHKIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Brock Phom 1M5 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car CHy and Country Trlpi Office Phoiw t'OS RESIDENCE Phone 1053 Hip Unity on To Be Sent To tSjifrial Htraldi .MILK JUVKH. At 1 o'clock j iliis afternoon about 200 people from .MHk It'.vor and surrounilluE districts! to hear Mr. F. H. Peters. Itoitrinion irrigation commissioner. lUo pressed irrigation sys- tem. He was supported Tery coai- mcmlably by AY. A. Buchanan, M.P.: II. Falrlield. of the government farm, I-etlibriilge; John Fowclson anil J. V. Amlorsmi. Raymond: Chris .Icim'u and Dan Fowler, ol Magrath. Mr. O. A- Hunt acted as local chair- man of the menUus. Mr. Buchanan A. lluchanan, M.P., fflio had (o leave for Lelhbrlfee cm (tie 2 o'clork train, was Use first speaker. He as- mircd the uud fence that while ho vras ilieir representative at- Ottawa he do ell tie could to further this irrigation schomo he believed H the best assurance -for the Biitcosa ol tout hern Alberta. tanners an3 busi- ness men, He read a letter fi-oiu lawa regarding (ho treaties 'Kelweon Canada and the United States. This assured us that If the Milk HUer was not siiIflclenMn irrigation- water supply, Uie Do- miiiiou government would ecpply the ivator required for irriga- ilou. Ho waver, the farmers .show our government that we want itm water and fntvt we are willing to share our responsibility In this pro- ject. This can nest fco started in Ilia form of petitions forwarded lo ivi. Rome of Uie rulranUigPs of irri- galiou, as I sto Uieni. arc tliai we liave an; assurance for yearly It will develop our natural rosuurccr-, aiid by this method wo can bettor pny our national debt. Tho speaker urged tho to keep In mind thii irri- icaticn-dsvolopmeat .In wot yean is -.veil :is in. dry years, If vre oinecf iho government to lurlher iho Mr. Huchanau. t3ion srvolto nioro lo cally regarding tho artoaian plating Uial Oie four. Trail? drilled by thu government at nn aTeragc coat (tf about ivertf for Uie purposo L fev dollarR1 per acre., Sinco -.vaa jiteced 'on this bnd H solla a from to ?200 ncro. Kuga factories aru now a "bfg in [Mi pflrtlr.nlnr- district, through ttie rcsull nt irrigation. He spoke regarding thi Trvo IWTC running to waste, ftml ho ehowed that Iho fiorertimeot could liettor afford lo giro the money for Irrigation (Jinn foo compelled to ex- pend'another for seed gnilr. fcfi'ij.. Ail" IJKleluira, Wfirn con- i biCQil thai-Air. T'ovrolioii wae a Btrong iuljl worthy promoter for Uie southern Albertn irrigatlou project, Mr. Jensen Mr. Clirls Jensen explained his Itrwl nUttHiltJ regarding this irrigation pro- Jf-r.i. Ho -ft-tut at first AkoiuMcal as lo 1-Ucro boioR a sufftclont water supply, luit slncrt hearing Mr. rotors dlacim rhlR question ho was now convinced .lor in from 'In; practical vievvriolnl. In tbe md district last year many fields of summer (allow yielded lo of ivlieai Vail g with the summer irrigation 1 from 35 in Frll bushels JMM acre. A1 fulfil on his farm i Us. tons per acre. Tho JmgaUtm; si-livmu is KDta.kc-r's hobby at.1 preeent, and the f how. j etl thai ]K> wits u stmkMit on the sub-1 jcci of uiixcd farming in Fouilioni Al- biTta ?s amiouutcd by Mr. Powelsym. Mr. Falrfleld Mr. Pairfield RpukU on ihc- nrotLU of irrigtiiion. lio used tils chart tbat c-nvfred ten years or :it iho .gortrjiment farm at l.elh- ridge. As -Mr. Kairflcld vas mnvn, as well as rhe farm, ilicsc Ja.cts iivu eloquent testimony or Hie ail- of irrigaUou, Twenty-three of whcftl more each year were rown as s result ut irrigaUon ftnd roi> i-olnUoii. facts presented intelligently caused many of the arrners to wish they had it OWCT lo have irrigation this year, iccially -when the 'Milk Hirer, canal insses thefr farms and all tbe water hat Is available 10 Canada fs at prps- ni IravftlUng towards the of Mr. Peters Mr. Peters now presented the large rriCation project as surveyed and vorked out hy the Dominion govern- ncnt He pointed out tha rtdespi'ead agitation for irrigation vintt'd by tho larg? mpettngs belog icld throughout Alberta "iiis trrlgale about ncres tcKWss the C. V. Fl. irri- gation system. This large project vould dniw water from the St. 'Msryp Uivor. Ihe tiver mul tho nelly Hirer. -The totn1 reservoir supply pvas alxnti feet; The cost-of'construction will depend largely upon the syslem he fa mi ere adopt. Our expensive vaier construction is (Ii6 obtaining of .he waters from the River, ile pointed out "that millions -of dol- ars ;irft now muning to warft1 !n our rivers. 1 After listfrnng to Mr. cx- iC-nsiri! the -people felt that the [lomfutan tonld >veli af 'ord to help cavryon their outlined sj'steni as' shown 'by this fiurvoy. After the meoling colnniittce men kVL-re appointed to work on iho sign- ins 10 forvrjird lo Ottawa, liter which the sweaters worn royally entertained by tho ladica of the mo'n'a Institute 'to a splendid dinner, and all felt ropatU for (ho efforts thtis fHr given to (he irrigation cam- paign. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS it L'ocu t'ola Ca. io with Uio property ou Sth St. S. there 1men no inklins as: vet. but somc-tUing of the tu ihe wesi IE Fliown by the an- nouncemcjit from KeKinR.that this uon- cern. win Una A'eeli the construction in Ital of a H is well known that ilie Tora Cold Co. has'a very program for Western C'aaaila, auii Uglhbriago and. K'Jmonion heen. chosen (heir imimifactimiig and centres in Alberta. it is knovrn, was chosen of Us fine iilng facilities and also be- cause it is adjacent lo the irrigation district, as the. acliwue tlie company Jms on foot will mean the. use'ot a j volume of potatoes of which tins Jrriganon district can utr- a steady sujtjily every year. A tentative ol the company is t-x- pccteil i" LotlibriOgc shortly, when NOTICE J Ajii'licauojii will IK- rc-.-c-ivcO V Uie j uiidf-r.'iisncd up tilt Tehruai'v tor ihi- million uf jjiiitor au.J libriiriau i the Matter of the of Wallisjof iln- udner.s' Norili Eerinskee, late of the Villsse ot S'iTi :i JI'.UK r.ioiu, Barons, In the Provinc-of liahl ;iii'J fuel. .VUIi.-> Laborer, Oectased. tit 12i'- r'.'i: rft. ;md nrf-n-iTfjtl. XUTK'K MKKKKV HIVKX that i MILNE TRANSFER! C.O.O. Prompt Setvlct. 1 Phone U-15. 410 13lh Street N. 233-26 esiaic Ihe almv- iniu-.-J. who Jivd ilu- ll'lh ilay uf to lilc with Thft Cuimiiitf jiauy. Liniitcii. liy tho Ht cf ;i full sutemem -Inly vcriricd uf their vlaims ami of uisy F-jmrity hold ijv- auft after OK: Ad- ministrator'will diaiiilmi'? ihf of the dvH'E-asoil ;ui: ntUlp-J thereto, hav ('HAS. rKAf'OCK. St-i-iviar.v SITUATIONS VACANT lite claims of which Notue lias lieon i for oil] r. S. Krancis ut tni- Ijiii" Tho iierul Oil I'n., Lid. rilV-O K ilie jurlifs j to in amrfi. Whf n r only t'.ij ?tMc Apply Jlox liltd nr of i to its km Dated 1 D, 1P10. -i av.- hpen Ijrousht i maid for ift i work 944 13th st s day uf fc'tlmuiy, A. 1 775, tj Saiealaily. one willi some experieiice in ready-to-wear and dry Apply K. J. Hill Co., 3rd 'Ave. an announcement of policy will likely 3 nmile. II. OSTLrXD. 'Leihbridjje, Alberta. Solicitor for tlio Administrator. x i gool pabrv right parly, or gentleman 1 Apply Hoi T lleraiil. TO RENT _ expertr-jic 1 TO I Rev. 13. 1C. lias to remain a fourth yc'ftr as pastor ol j TO Jligh" Riror chiircli. house 17( 'lilt Kt. FOR ilium for lilinK documents and gent'ral (firl profprreii, j room, j Apirty in u-ritinf; to Jolini-toue Iliuhie. Aenilta Bloi'k. I nifhivil; gelicranio'iSiv i i room Otii Ave. A. south. work on farm. per month. All-', j ply -Mrs. T. I'swJon. CoaWalr, Alia, i i'tione K7LM. I A XT tiiie ra piif r f, It. .MACKIXTO.5H. Ail H TAXI MESSENGER SERVICE havc opened 2 taxi iocs- Eeuger service and arc prepared to iirompily to all THE BOSTON HAT WORKS AND SHOE SHINE PARLOR Phones: Day 1961; Nlgh't 1023 HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGS COAL, C.O.D. Cancda Food Bsard License No. I S-MIOS Apply UKXT-VnmlorlaWy n TO cottage. Th- St. .noftli. Ijl Mill St. full j _ _ _ __ KOK aiiil look af'illis I TO in Oie lirettj- Hell piuno. in tlie ialrafik'sign i lu anil stylp, in i.ialiot-any wsn. Vricc. KJ.-IUS lo suit.. llaj.oii. ft jr Hiscli. Ijiniitcil. Hahnonil UloeU. Lcih-JTO Sevcn-roomi '-r-l iliqino. SL S. Ai! Ave. v.-jtli oflicc !Unie. iini'nianonL position. iMiacciinf. HOX r. HiTiilil. W-ri Anply j Csf icfi-- nrf tour In the. tmnily; wagoa luoikni' S'.ui.Otl iicr-inunlii. tail! t glaps siielf anil giass Itottoni. Apply Maple l-cal Confactioncrf. Co'alilate ly 9tli i Avc. C'algary. W19J3.. TO with'tiso of nlionc. years. Knjt urgently aeefl- 2'tt inn .s. for PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER Office FiHh S'tr'ee'l Phone 632 LIGHT AND HEAVY'DRAYING Baggage and Furniture Removed Gait Coal .'Delivered Terms- Reasonable -x Fuel- Controller's "Permit D.A. 1412 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C.M. EVE, EAR, NOSE ANO THROAT SPECIALIST Olllco rooms lll-12i .New V. Burns Building. Comer 8th Ara. and 2nd SU Bast. Caujarj. Oftfce Phone J12S48 i Hesldence Pbons M207T Interne anii Houae Surceoa, Eye, Ear. Koss and Tliroat Sfork Cltr. 1S1149H. CpeclaKit to Calgary Schwl Be-srd igi1.' r Day in (he Kilciteii." just new. Apply f'Oi 'Avo. S: j iST. UEnd reconls. Your Willis 1'iano Store, hall ot office i'.l SOOtl 3c Auto Knitter Co., Dojil. 73 C. ness locality. aUo liasfriucDt to (ifi; St.. Toronto. Ad 'P islnfo of any a-jstrijitlon. 1'licne qiialilicil jimior leaili- _______JtrUr for tho New Dayton Consolidated sas heat- (Sc-liool Distn'tC No. Kaiary IS5.00 use of I ncr raonlb, duties to roinnwiice Appiy lo llie Secretary. j Treasurer. New Daytim, Ally. Ave. S. I iinm Remioslon, S10.00; 1 Keiufngton, INDIGNANT ABOUT WIRES SENT TO ONTARIO Fua. 16. i'hcr c .were In Oienant prolesta last -night at the meeting of tlio civic ffaRnce cojiunlt- lec -.shen it was learned that Kir Will- lam Prlco had sent telegrams to the mayors of Ontario cities askmg'lhcm 10 wire Quebec's mayor to lirolest ojalnst the sale o( lltiuor to soldiers. Alilerman 1-Mnet. characterirod it SA a plot against Qneliec. An itivestiga. lion Into charges of wholesale I'lootlcgginr will iiroDahly lie held. NOTICE In tho Matter 'of an Act Respecting Subdiviilons, and i In the WAUcr of thil Petition of Will- [am J. Chambers nnd John D. of tfie City of Calftary, in the Province of Alberta, id the Board of Public Utility Commlt- 'ilonen. 870.00; I Royal. S3S.OO; 1 Underwood, S65.001 1 KeraiHBIotl. lype- writor ansit. 514.I3; 1 typewriter tlpsk, 32S.OO. Evcrall :mtl Southard Hlocli. 3nl Avo.______, liellowe. 40-lnch; pair of trucfr oao foot' power lianunor. a number -of ivootJ .van- tnhlo antl 1-j- (ncii saw. out' spt of shoup wagoti MtU itli Ave. N.. K A. Hani. FOR INCUBATORS ;niil Gas Heaters and Ua K'Jisoii DionograpU and Kctordc. buy, sell and exchange nnil lend inoney. on City Second-hand b'tore, 40fl 5th St. R. Phone U2S; rcsMbnce. room, suitable ior one or two gentlemen. In private home. in; breakfast if desired. Phone TO furnishcil ,rooni, iiuiuibk' for mo; in; inoJci'rt coyvcnit'iK'Os i Hoawl if Ap- TO S2T Clh' Bl. S.. fully moil- em per month; also 221 13th St. N'.. pur month. Apyly n, Foat ff 'MueDiHinld Hloct. TO Sicra Jtlada ol Ratei s }Iay and Co., 1 732. 1 7ml !TO firnlsliucl licdrooin. suitable for gentleman, oltl- goiitleTiip.n ot B liiionc and liatli. Apiily al 421 !'tli St. S.. or phone UHG. RETURNED CHARGED MEN Vou call S. A. Government I Board ot Mui'Ktiun. I'ec Tlrao J Dial. 'Hioro wag plenty wat ern Albertn, I la gavo some com- -rftaults da 4o the 'henc-flls of ion on his farm (n 1 yara, and the ntidtoncc could Jinlp hut that jrator thcr mf.nnR of malciug this com soni aa tho roao." Water If properly useil -Till -beautiful tho Uoiuos, and nnd our cnfWren will liavo cause, (o proud ot this choko !snd- Mr. Anderson TO 11. A, ATKINSON: ____ TAKE NOTICE that an T will tie i ou bohntf of the Deletion- ose lo cur. live Monks 1 trees anil i Sec H. V. on writo tor j free catalogue. v j HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL i lake Victory Bontla ns cash. -USE- PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate delivery to any part of 'city. Cnr load lots' (or etport. Wire or Write. Goofi coal l ces warm frleuJs. HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Fiflh Street South hvai.s of- Water ani1 Clnssca. er.4 to the above namctlHoarJ, sitlinj; nl their oMice in tlie City o( Ktlnionton, in the Province of Alberta, on Tnes- ilsy, Hie clay of Slarcli. 1919. ill Iho hour ot I0.3H o'clock in Ilie fore- noon for ati order eancelline plan of of legal sithrlivlatftn Nine (9) of Section Tiiirtr-two (S2) Town- shin Nine Tlaiiso Sixteen West, of (lie Alh McMillan, licing ol record In Ihe TItlnj Offico for Iho South Alberta l.nnil lleglslnitlon District' as Taber fi690 A. ami FOR SALE One SSO.jsallou S ff feet lorig by 3 feet In -I- S-IS inch iilaU', It-inch rivets. s'i-inch pitcli. pass IM ff poiiuds hoiler Otvt WD-gnllon galvanized iron tank. In good shape. HOO lo IStiO reot nf not Valer 'niid sleom radiation. Twenty assorted steam (raps. For prices apply to light. Kight dollars, nod Hell. that your righl aril interest (ti l.loyd, oneinetr. (lull Three Foiir in" niock tnity be vested in llu> petitioners upon terms ns lo the said'lluard Mr. sAwlohion, lornrforary soe.rctarj' of this melliorl for our iinnindialo plans, anrl llm (lie hich lo llK-n doalt wilii >iolE- llond which wlil lii given to 'Mr. lln- Uilf mny seem tiinet. You aro hereby notified lhat It you desire you niny npjienr or he repre- sented a.1 tbo Iliuo and place aliove meulioneJ ftnd there state your posi- tion In tbc matter of tiic said applica- tion and iiolitloii and further thai In default o( ,votir apiicaring as aforejnid IIic pclltlon will bo heard hy Ihe pnld lloarJ In.your absence and -sucli dls- poRltton shall >he made (hereof as lo tho said lioard .pcem.tueel. Taylor, Mortal, Allison Whelhsm, Karrlilcnt; Cnlgary, Alberla. Solicitors fov Ihe Telitloners. Ad U am you eailsriMl wttb youj prcsCKt llvl.ig quirteri! If sot. go up to too "Y" today and for jouriel! IhQ heneCtta aud priTileccn ruraSung there. The ril6i are loffi .or, anil Kill S. K XT "Oil" SBl fat -tl roomed houxe. with Iwo' fireplaces. 1221 Clh Ave. A, liig barn and garage in rear. Kverythlue In'liKl- :lass shape. I'ossjssiou llrst ol Marcii. I Hox r, Co. Apply A. Ilurron, ridGt! nillzens' ICE! -Wn are to accent all orders ami nwke prompt atiipm of good clear Ice from Crow's Ntat CROWS NEST ICE Co. AI.BERTA COVEUNJIBXT HURBAU Oistrici Office: HULL BLOCK 3rd Avenue South Lelhbridge For, TrOTivcial ('oiistidtcTtcies of] I.illlc How, Clnrcsholm. Maeledd. Pin-! chor t.rrok, Cardston, Warner. West! Tahcr. South '.'j Mediclno Hal.' South llocky Mountain. Kmployces requiring WOltK. Shotihl register at oner. No 1'hone, Wire or call at oiTice. wlifrh Is open (o hoth intn and employment, PUone 1COX, T. LOWIWOUTII. Tractor Repairs W rebnlnit gM Iraclor ejllndera, and tlttta! 1 OTSTBfzo ptstons Rtid rings. have fn 'at preienl oTtrilia plitcnt (or all populii; cf (M trnclon. Ford ReWed NIVEN BROS. III Ave. S. 17S2 f reel Elliott GENERAL T1NSM1THING Phone 1713 333 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, -LV v. Ltmited f. PHONW INI 320 ACRES 9 Miles North of Warne.v 175 acres uuiJcr cnltvalon, SO acCes for seeding, critic aiiil fncludctJ.'' Price Aer acre with easli, baluucoMi.alE.erop, CHAS. T. COUSINS ALTA. ROOSA AND HANEGAN Baggage and Transfer Coal Orders C, 0. O. Night and Day Service 'When Called. Phsne 1869. .TRANSFER J. Mufry COAL ORDERS, C.O.O. r PHONE 652 Ed. King's Furniture Slore. Third Avenue South Join Hie LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL PRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK Third Avenue Souih WAR VETERAN WHEN.YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Scc'y Velc'rani' OuK Phone 372 FOOD LICENSE NUMBER f AIWMJ, ;