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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 1921 v- THE'LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD PACK THEM NOWISTHETIMETOGETRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MAflfiNERY-OSE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP HIE BENEFIT MOIBESO LARGE AS EXPECTED Farmers Pi-mine F.' S. Leffing- well for Putting Their Posi- tion Before Govt. tn Our O.wu Corrcsuoudent) Warnir, where (lie train tcluduled to stop for. something like three hours at least. Owing to the condition of the roads at present, and it not look j as If they will lie any better on the j 2Stli it would socm to iu as it the j schedule should he changed so as to NEW DAYTON, Feb. Jl.-The Blli-i opportunity here to hear Millini Co. have built an annex autt "d tnu3 a sx: s "-MJM SSTE-U: handle Gait coal and briquettes. "S In fact we understand tany have aH Tkl) local Cornells Institute held ready diiposed which, If correct, forerunner of ma; COnie, WO think ine "uti "j 4 .a Hold their own for a hot Ore with of discussion which it is understood anything else, the Gait coal, of "lm running a close Ilhis voar' to lnsl local itute a drive in i order that all ladies'of the commun- We have previously torgotten will have a voto at tha nex; elcc. mention that we had a new black-' This ot collrso win UOCC8sitate iu town, and from the reports the talllng out 0( citizenship papers of the work he has already put a BumDer ot our tarmcrs in we are Inclined to think that tae the district. Wo refrain from making larmers of thin district should rive L comment on the matter, being inm tneir wholehearted support as far to le, fhe Iadie8 work out as they reasonably In reading the report of your staff reporter the other day where 1m says an electrical storm on a small scale was noticeable at Warner and con- firmed by some of our residents here, we think he must have had a long their salvation, which from prev- ious experience we are well iiwaro they can do. They however, to remember that the voto is the only thing in this, or, any other country, that one can call one's own aud cau be wielded for weal or woe. confab with Mayor Hardie and got mixed somewhere. In any case it, A Talk Irrigation would- not do any harm to refer the A Selleral matter to his worship and ask him if question was held at the C.P.R. depot such a thins were possible, at this ou Saturday last when a larger attend- time ot the year in sunny sufferins ance of farmers interested were pres Alberta (for the want'of irrigation) W. Risinger, chairman of the According to the schedule ot the Proposed district explained the ait- interval-provincial weed train which i through our toi district which this year has shipped more grain than any other point on this line, and which has in the driest of years always raised at least suffi- cient seed for the ensuing year. The reason for this is probably we are in what is called the municipality of Was a Fortunate Day for Me When I Began Taking Says Mrs. Gibson. "Tanlac has not only .rid me ot all my troubles but has built up my Whole said Mrs. Rose Gib- son, of 523 Logan Ave., Winnipeg, Man. "Last fall I contracted such a bad1 cough and cold that it was weeks be- fore I got any relief from it, and I was left in a very weak and run- down condition, I simply had no strength or energy and it was as m'uch as I could do to drag Ground. I lost my appetite; then, too, 1 Buf- fered with such severe pains in the back that it was agony to try and stoop over. "I -was sometimes confined to my fced for three days at a time and the movement was torture. My nerves became so upset that I couldn't Bleep at night but would roll and toss about for hours. I was always hav- ing headaches and I got so weak at last that life was simply a burden to me. "It was a fortunate day for MB when a friend brought me half a bottle of Tanlac to try, for that Rtarted me on the road to good health. Those few doses of Tanlac did mo 80 much goo'd that 1 continued taKing it and I now have a splendid appe- tite and everything I eat tastes good. It is a rare thing for me to have a headache now, my nerves are steady and strong and I sleep like a child at night. I have regained every bit 'of my lost strength and energy and can get through my housework with the greatest ease. It is a fine feeling to be well and strong and full of life, and I am glad of the chance to recom- mend the mediciEO that did so much lor me." Tanlac Is sold in lethbridge by J D. Hfglnbotham Co., Limited, Drug- AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out aale of John cattle, machin- ery, tractora, tractor and household gesdi. On S.E. 11-22, 8 mikfN.E, of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early In March, dats made known later. Closing-out tale of A. M. Grant, east pf Barons; date sel- ected later. Closing-out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth- clearance aale of cattle, and machinery In the village of Barani. Come In and list your stuff you wish to Select your sale and get your ad. In this free Mat. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. iuai estimated acreage which might come under irrigation by about fifty per cent., which after the matter had been fully discussed brought out the fact tfiat the proposed district would even then be in a better position to go ahead than it would had the orig- inal acreage been included in .ha pro- ject. Mr. Risinger further emphasized the fact that each farm-ar, who pur- chased under agreement fcr i-Jito, be- fore he can vote must have n caveat filed in the office protect- ing his interest In his holding and it is up to every farmer in the entire district who has" the interests of the project at heart, and wants to see it go through, if he does not understand what is required of him to call np Mr. Risinger on the phone and find out, or drop into the Standard Bank and ask Mr. Goldby, manager, who will he only too glad to explain the matter fully. To Lem'ngwell At the conclusion of the meeting a vote of thanks was passed to qur gen- ial and honorable member, Mr. F. S. Leflingwell, for the interest he has taken in the furtherance of irrigation in the youth and especially for his speech in the house the other day in seconding the speech from the throne, when he put himself on record as sup- porting without reserve the irrigation projects in the south, and ignoring'as it were, the previous proposed policy of the Government to make the Leth- bridge Northern a trial, and 1st the other projects wait the result there- of. In other words Mr. Leffingwell's speech is interpreted hero as meaning that the government .will' give the same support to our project, or oth- ers, as it had intended giving the Le.thhridge Northern by advancing tha money for construction -and holding the bonds ot each district as security until such times as they (the govern- ment) can sell them to advantage. Mr. Lem'ngwell has farmed, or tried to. long enough in the south to know yhat he ia talking about, aiid his re- marks in the house as understood by his supporters :in this district are highly appreciated. Opinions on irrigation Your correspondent at this .meeting secured from some of the members present their opinion on irrigation, etc., and the following is as fair a summary as can be given of same. II. W. chairman of the district I think it useless for me to make any remarks. As you know 1 am farming about 1200 acres and if I can get irrigation on every foot of it I will be Satisfied. Another crop fail- ure and no prospects of irrigation would to me be a very serious matter as to whether I should stay here at all or not. With water we have got the finest country in the world, with- out water we ''have, with an odd ex- ception, "What Paddy shot at." C- L. Irrigation? You can't talk ani'thing else to me boy. I own only a section and a half and if no sign of.water pretty soon I will bid you good night. R. E. farm about eleven sections, as far as I can make out from Tile revised map 'of the dis- trict, I get about o-no thousand acres irrigation. 1 it were three thousand, and I have told Risinser if he can get water on every foot of my land I will foot the bill.. D. D. can quote me as saying if my land can bo flood- ed twice a year I will be on tho job. Without irrigation in sight I guess we will have to make preparations to make move. W. L. have lived in the states where irrigation .in every place I have ever been, has proven a suc- I cess. I agree with Doc, If we can't get 'irrigation this is no place for us. John I have been crying for that for ten Gus land don't come under the proposed ditch as far as I can figure out, bnt i will at least be able to buy feed around me, instead of paying forty .a ton, l.o.b. Lethbndge, same at last year. Jake .water will ran through my farm and if Frank can I help us a little more at Edmonton I know three he will fet next election. F. J. laema it I am o.k. for all the water I will want, bnt to make aure, Juit alter our member In Kdmonton. D. W. want-water, and 11 want it bid. I don't know much about your Canadian but I, have a vote, and yon can tell Frank -from me he will set it It he stands by that speech. John to water or want. We want the water and >we want it bad. don't know. I a few hogs and a few steers, but it's hell when you tot to haul water even to them. Put me down tor any amount to see the thine through. William I- don't know, either. I own my land, but dcn't think I will hang on to it for ever if we don't see some sign of wator. Tell Leffngwell I always thought he was a food head, but hie last speech con- vinced Do you think he has any Influence -with the government, or was he just talking to -put himself in [right with us down here? I- Sam Oh, yea! That's the stuff they used to put- around battleships to make them float' when I was a boy iu Ireland and Scot- land. Why sure, we.want water! What I do you think I have been waiting here i for the past ten years for. If Risinger can't get water here pretty quick I know one bunch of land will go I didn't .walk in and I won't walk out either. R. P. talk to me about water. What do you think I have been trying to here for the last 12 years for, but to get water. I i see it iu sight now, and you can tell. friend Frank he has got to keep the! ball rolling that he started and wo are with him to the last man. The next j time you see the honorable member i ask him if he ever hauled' water in a i tank for 800 head of sheep, and he! will forget all about the drainage in the north. Fred know the usefulness of water, as the. old man uses it in the brewery in Letnbridge; but we got i to have It here, and mighty soon, too, i to keep some ot us on the farm and out of the poor house. I H. R. worry, boy.' I When Frank takes a thins up it goes: through. I Al call your bluff. I bet! have construction started on Ouri project inside eighteen months. Wei waited, but Al took the pot, pro tern, j Jim have a profession of! my own. If irrigation does not soon t show some signs'of life around here, I see no use in my spending the best days of my life on a barren desert. Geo. tell you Boys, we got to get water, and pretty soon too. Did you say Leflingwell backing us. By gosh, that's good! J. W. told you Prank would come to time. Am going to New York next week and can see prospects of making that million dollar sale there which I could not do last year on account of no immediate prospects of irrigation. Tell Lefflngwell to take one on me. Miss W. has expressed lay sentiments. James left one part of the country for want Of irrigation and I can leave here too, if there is no sign CONSIDER THE "WANT" AD. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make switches, etc., from your combines. Switches 11.00 an oz. Salway Hilr Cardston, Alta. f It fa a Milling worker for a small wage. fl It kicketh not at long hours, but worketh willingly and well both by day and by night. fl It achieveth great results with the smallest outlay of wealth on record.. 1f It is mightier than the fighting man, for it striketh thine eye with force and thou hast no come-back. 1f It can only be conquered by propitiating its master with a reply to its message. 1f In some respects it resembleth the postage stamp in that it sticketh to its job until it-get- teth home. fl But it is infinitely superior to the postage stamp and the letter that it covereth in that it conveyeth thy message at about one-thous- andth part of the cost. If Therefore, be wise and let not opportunity slip by thee. In plain English, USE HERALD WANT ADS. THEY GET RESULTS. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Phone 1M2 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. Hth 8t. FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mall, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbrtdgo Viavi Co. Mrs. Kf P. Hunck. Phone 1883. 537 8th St. S. DANCE MUSIC THE CHEERIO VETERANS OR- chestra can supply the muatc 'for any style of dance. Phone 1344. MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- .rate room for ladies pending and during accouchment. Terms moder- ate. Mrs. Selbj- 529 12th St. N. of water. H. L. get n hunch of under the proposed but not too much. I wish I could get the other quarter in with the Stirling project. That's what I think of irri- gation here. The movee lestant up main stleet if you get illigation. More money for me and you. Ha, ha, hi. The study of German is to be re- sumed in the schools of Washington, D. C. BEWARE OF BRONCHITIS JOE LYNCH WINS PHILADELPHIA) Feb. Joe Lynch of New York, bantamweight champion, defeated Jabcz White of Albany, here In 8 rounds In each of which he out-classed his opponent. In the fifth round the champion out-class- ed White, closing one of his eyes. White was game and took much pun- ishment, hut was no match for champion. the Drop a little on an ach- ing corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. It doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezono" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal- luses, without a particle of vertisement. Bronchitis is generally caused by neglecting a cold, or exposure to wet and inclement weather. It begins with a tightness across the chest, dif- ficulty in breathing, and a wheezing sound comes from the lungs. There is a raisins especially the first thing in the morning. This is at first white, but later, becomes of a greenish or yellowish color and is occasionally streaked with blood. On the first sign of bronchitis you should check it inimediatey by using Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, thereby prevent it becoming chronic, and perhaps developing into soma more serious lung trouble. Mrs. Brice Culham, Sheffield, Ont., December, 1919, I rrag. very sick fvith bronchitis, and had to stay in the house all- -tfinter. One day I Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Sypip advertised, so I got a small bottlo which helped me very much; 1 then got a 60c.- Size, and it complete- ly relieved me. I cannot praise 'Dr. Wood's' enough for what it did. Two of my neighbors are now using it Jor colds." Don't accept a substitute for Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; the gen- uine is put up In a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark; price 35c'and 60c; manufactured only by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited, To-1 ronto, THE FLAME THAT GETS RESULTS is the oxy-acteylene wielded by us in a way that the finest and strongest welding. We can weld any- thing and everything in hard temper- ed steel or other metal. No use cait- Ing metals Into the junk pile when welding will tare it. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Oppstltt No, but you have a chance to be "right inside" in The Herald Football Competition A jump this week from to is a fair indication of the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. "The More Entries- jer the Prizes" HAVE YOU CORRECT GLASSES Truly the world will look brighter if you are properly fitted with the right kind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable 'than a man, in need of glasses, and who doesn't realixe bis sad plight. Come to us, have your eyes examin- ed free of charge. If yon .do not need glasses we will frankly tell you so. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. OSTBPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNING. OSTEOPATIHO PHT8ICIAN "1MS-20 Sherlock Bide. Hours and bj appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1314 7th Ave. S.. Lethbrldie: Phone Accommodation for nr- Blcil. medical and staternltr pa- tients. Private and Mmi-prlvmtf rooms. Rates (30.00, ItS.M and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pnpils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collage of Music, London, England. 109 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Coniervatory of Music exams, if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th Are. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in French dry cleaning. We are the cleaners In the city. We use the gennine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 3S4 Street Sonth. Phone H13. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SplfcALIST 5th St. S. Oppcslto the Phone 19G9 KelHence Phbna 1937 PUBLIC! ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRI8 Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone Ilia. GUNSMITHS barrels stiaightened, guni reatock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith; keys: made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired; lawn sharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent Phone 10S1, Jth Street, opposite Herald Office. __________DECORATING__________ WELLINGTON tors, Faperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlulnr, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldut established painters Iu Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Bids., Alberta. A. Decorating nad Parmrhansftiff. Phone 690. Oil 8tn Avenue South. 117-0 EGBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-Sj WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING :ji W. N. KUTH, ''jv PHONE 793, ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light end Power Phono 1833 409 6th St. 3 Lethbrldge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work o: Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. HOB ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phona 1188. 627 10th Street South. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTON it will be to yeur Inter. to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine (hop and employ only flrtt-clm Machlnlitt, Satlifactlen In price and workmanilllp. Tractor nground, and fitted with and NIVENBROS. 8. Phone 1732. fl. TJ. Copeland Phone 1103. H. R. Kent Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paflerhanjlue a specialty. Satisfied customers onr aim. 618 12tk St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-flvo years' experience IB' Hxterior and Interior Decorating 987 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104 ARMY AND NAVY i ASSOCIATION 0V ARMY AND NAVY Veteran) in Canada, Lethhridge No. 34. Veterans desirous ot joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. t, Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Wny not hare ynur Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the- frost comes, with tha bnt Honey-comb Core obtainable. .Drop in and let as tell yon about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Wan 12 4th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. Mi COOMBS Agent Doris I. R. Cocq .COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, HOMB-MftTRAITOM, rrc. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;