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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE FOfm Li-mummoss DAILY HP. FRIDAY, JAftUARY 23, ttbe Iberalb Hlbevta DAILY AND WEKKLV Proprietor! and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 5th Street South, W. A. President and Managing Director Toirance Business Manage! TELEPHONES Buclntu Office........... Editorial Otfice........... 1252 122-1 tho Albferta Cabinet takes the that In the aatioiyjtlou of guarantee- ing bonds to tbi? amount ot twenty-five millions tho of its natural rosourfos for atubHiilng tho uretfli ot tlio province wiis of paramount import- ance, he has the logic ot his argument. With developments necessary If ibis province is to forye ahead, it Is abundantly orhtont that iis own natural resources should be iu its hautfu. A strenuous cHmiKiign iu ihis direction oil the yart of tho farmers Interested in irrigation L clothing prices will-bo from 25 to 4i per cent, higher this spring. H. M. Gaylord, Deputy Commis sloncr of Internal Revenue, says i six-year job faces federal prohlhltlo; cf Can- who with tbe problems or" the. rarmoi- .is {From Our Owp BURDETT, Jan. 21.-Mlss Olive Graham, who was ill tor several days, is able to take up her duties again at the Consolidated school. Miss A.; Pool substituted during her absence. Mr. P. A. Graham was a visitor in T-cthbridge this week. Mr. A. is visiting with his brother on the farm south of Bow Is- land. Mr. 0. O. Iverson of Calgary is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Iverson, north of town. cx-membeVs of Hfs forces whp fMu residents iidA at the outbreak of the w, returned- to Ccumda after trim such forces and who are boaa fide domiciled in Canada at tho 'date of application are entitled to war ser- ivre gratuity !n varying amounts ac- coMlng to the .nmoiml of the grahilty al-eady paid to thsm by tho Iwnerlal In spite of the publicity given to'thc special cotumittee of (he- of Commons to l.he order-ln-coHiicil agents la making the U.S. dry. A tank car of port wine, en rout from California developed n hotbo and was set off at Ellburn, Ul- Du iho night 700 gallons disappears Harry S, Bernard, president of U.S Records For All Machines No mutter wktt hare, los< at joa VM a or fibre needle, the Victor Records will pity perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE If you a nuciine, bar a iluon A from us. Guy payments U tolred. Retail Millinery Association, predicts a .trade this year, and says women are buying more hats than ever By the caating vote of Mayor Gray, Winnipcg council defeate'd a motion, to give a civic franchise to all persons of tlio age of twenty-one, who hail resided In the city six mouths prior to .the dale of registration. The Dominion of Canada Rifle Us- soclatton will send a team to BIstey tills year, and will also resume Hie they are seen today. All who heard! Miss lMiss- Hilton'ot M_r; wns a Medicine Uat spent the holidays with _. ...._ _ p_ The many friends of Mrs; A.H. Rygg vrill be pleased to hear that H is announced that the road through j improving in hefilth, though Barons will he tho special route for tourists on the road fi'om Winnipeg to Banff: during the coming summer. If tllat is the case, our road specialists and educative time spent together. Four representatives were appointed to attend the convention. do a be only too pleased lo help to little special grading to accorn- GOOD PROSPECTS OF IRRIGATION PROJECTS Farinors of Southern Alberta, who have set their hopes on irrigation have much to buoy them up in the statements authoritatively made in re' gard to the future ot the Irrigation Tirojectfi and particularly that or the Northern, where the pre- liminaries have tiovr approached an advanced alage. The monetary co? of the latter lias been pretty weli gang cd, and alao the time to be tafcon in its completion. To'add to this, tin reassuring statements made by Mr Anderson, consulting engineer c ed by. the Provincial Government, of the feasibility of the project in its various aspects make the prospect more .gratifying. If Hie rosy Ule needs to be continued further, there is a great deal that ia heartening In tho comparison of what lies In the luturo of Southern Alberta, with irri- gation materialized, to tho rich valley of Cache IA Poudre in Colorado, where irrigation has now reached HB highest development. A highly satisfactory feature hi re- gard to Iho Lethbridge Northern Is the statement made by Hon. George P. Smith that In his opinion thorc was no Hkalibocd iwhalever that the ques- tion of guaranteeing the bondn would develop into a factional fight between tho northern and southern portions of Alberta and that nothing was from the minds of the Government tHan to make the farmers of Southern Alberta a root ball lo he kicked from pillar to post In the matter of Irriga- tion aid. This Is extremely rcassur- ing, find fs as It should be. The pros- perity of the northern portion of Um province hinges on the prosperity of Ihe southern portlou, ao far as Hie whole of Alberta la concerned, Thla has unfortunately been proved In tho recent setbacks to the south which have had their reflection on Iho prov- ince as a whole, in the view ft lias been taken ft) Uie cast of Canada and in tho United States. With thn south the northern part of thft province has correapondiugiy fufferod from this ooiUldfl point viov. It Is the old story of the body and Us members, where the whole (o suffer from the want of functioning ot one of Oio parts. today at from to This would Jnodate tho great throngs on the road moan that eliminating the wool as to ali centru3 of Interests to tourists she is some- what slowly. i r and Mrs. H. Robinson attend- ed tho funeral oCthe lato Mrs. spack- mnn, at Staling. Alta, Mr. Oliver Pool who has Just .been discharged from the U.S. Marines is visit fug bis Mr. 'and A. Pool. Oliver has spent .most of the factor in a suit, it would still cost from to What applies in. the U.S. applies equally hero, that is if the statement of the Secretary i of tbe National Wool Growers' As-; aocialion Is correct. It might iveSl he nsfcod if tho exact cost ingredients that go into fixing tUe price oC a suit, such as labor, material, 1ms ever been investi- gated by the TTbard of Commerce, The original price, we presume, is made by tho manufacturers and on these re- tail prices are based. Limit ing profits alone ivill not solve the question of the high coat ol liv- ing. What is needed is a thorough scrutiny into first causes, which does not seem to have been a function of the IJoard of Commerce, however im- perative it appears from tho common sense point of view. in tlie province. A lEttle repair work; time for tho past two years In foreign to our highways will soon make them grade one. McKenzic has .returned Mr. from there is mnre snow up there than here. and there is yet more threshing to finish from last' year's crop, Mr. A. G. Virtue when town makes bis home with Mrs. Harris, Kr. If the farmers now hud n. parts, including China, Philippines, Honolulu, etc-., and although he saw ninny wonderful thtngfc during his a trip to Rosehud. He reports j travels, is glad to be In a white "man's country once more. Mr. Stanley, of the Standard Bank. Calgary, and Mr. Godden. Lethbrid f were visitors at the local branch 'of the Standard Bank. The Kcv. K. N. T. Ilraa, of f Range annual prize com- thereon rhe mformn''.ou has; evidently crly a frac'.'.on tif j Hoc entitled to the benefits retorrc-d I tn the term3 of the (.uuncil teil before July 3, JffO. must be CARD'STON ORANGEMEN HOLD Fred. Baker, an English Jad of'Tour- tcen, employed on a farm in'South Cosfield' brolie hla neck by his chin he fell on a noose in a rope'he was climbing. Ceilings of London tube cars will large size, and flying machines lo haul; land, filled the at the Methodist their feed out whicll is now comii'i; 1 church on Sunday. Jan. 18th, in .the in such nn abundance, it would truly absence of the pastor Rev. Cook, ease them on the question of timo ami The Orange Lodge, Xo. 2762, Cardston, entertained at a whist d'riyc on Tuesday evening last fof their wives and Fourteen games were played, the prizes being won aa follows: 1st, Mrs. E. B. Cook; consolation, Mrs. R. Ibey; gents' 1st, Mr. H. Macintosh; consolation, Mr. E. B. Cook. Miss Muriel Podgcr gayo sin eloquent recitation, "The Orange and on a recall, "Love in Disguise." 'Refreshments -were serv- ed. Mr. K. N. ifarker, who acted ns M.C., auctioned a beautiful 'cake donated blem of the, L.O.L.' and maple leaves. After spirited bidding, "Mrs. H, tt, Scott was tlic purchaser ol the prized cake. The Reverend Alyward gave a short address on Orangism -from the moral name and map of surrounding terrl tory of each stop. As train approaches the latter'g panel will he automatically illuminated. It you believe o Pound Tlidge, Conn., man, while he was eating an egg, he found in wife's wedding ring, which she lost when "feeding the chickens six vteekai before. Even as the pastor of a Demppo- lis, Ala., church began a sermon, on the subject of hell be- gan to leap from tho. (he pnlplt. The basement was found to Millerand, the French Premier, Defends His Selection of Minister of the Interior PARTS. Jan. ihe "allies have saved will be ono of the chief alms of the new cabinet In France, Premier Millerand announced in his ministerial lion of oollcy today. The declaration began with a grace- ful reference to Georges Cleme'nceau, the retiring premier." M. o-nt that he-hud called, 'to the formidable honor as succeed- ing a ministry, presided over by a great patriot who in the eyes of the world Is the incarnation of Yictory." The declaration continued: "The execution" of all clauses of the taty uf Versailles will be lair'to us. We shall pursue It without violence or unshakeable firm- ness. It includes the close and cordial malntalQence of the alliances which have saved the world. Without our allies, those ot the first'as of the last hnur, what trial would not have been In storti for us? .'iWhat would have, been the fate of our allies If Franco hfd not served four long years as tho cover of The premier read the declaration in the chamber to a crowded house. The statement was coolly received and Daudet, editor of L'Actlon Francatse, demanded tha right to terpolate the government on the appointment of Jules Stecg as minis- ter of tbe Interior. He savagely at- tacked M. Steeg as an accomplice of Loula J. Malvey, former of the Interior, banished- after convic- tion charges of communicating with tho enemy and of former Prem- ier Caillaui now awaiting trial on the charge of working to bring about a dishonorable peace with Germany. Millerand replied, defend- ing M.' Sleefc, and asking a vote of con- fidence. ease them on the question of timo ami! Mr. Took is spending a few weeks 011 uranBisir, -irum lne moral labor. Feed is arriving daily iu his famllv Vancouver, taking a religions standpoint of "he order, shipments. Kvorything about it is; ,mlch needed Vest. large, even tho price. I Miss Winnie left for flock- If tbe Forward Movement of [It? i ford, 111., where stio will pay narnnj church cnuld be rigblly illilgcil. j tc-niloil visit !o her grand parents and we could cliaratccrize it iu two ways. other relatives and friends. First, iia social service work, Mr. N. H. (inod of l.othbridge lias Is greatly appreciated In tho relic'j been vlsillng his brother, Mr. S. B. it is giving lo the needy. (Jond. in tbe helpful and wholesome enter- tesly the King and empire. A pleas- aut evening was enjoyed by all. Ilaggla (he loving r.up whoro Scottish men and women gather toOay, and Burns lias iiiatle il ffinious. To hold the cf the very largo majority of is n lilg compliment paid to President Wood of the U-.F.A, laiument proviilocl by the lectures and lotnl talent. For all, if n Forward Movement is of nry nvail, it must, of necc: cal. r Uarons hnwler.-? rmt-t1 more became victorious over when they visilod that point last week, and hand- ed them iho game Dial settled fate of Mr. J. (lantron of fie Barons gar- nmrlc a trip L'ilibridge on 1 urd a y in visit his f e i n ih o Van g French has been addrd to flu1 converts to Hnnsc Hute for Ireland, arc many in addition tu him who have taken a new view of Homo P.ulo to what they formerly bold. If there in pleasure in the farmer's lot should ntiv; lio a Jiappy onn In ihr of he Is going to roreivo Kir when Iho rtny of reckoning So long as Scottish mon .irt- Scot- tish men, and wlierovpr ;nay lu- tho memory of Tfobfota will bf- V.cpt green. He tho people's and has gnined a plnco In thrir e-M- mallon which linio nul FPPHI to have effaced, hospital. Reports are Imtli Mrs. Gautron and Mrn. ;-re doini; wr-ll. j-'cHnc of ilic fjarcius fnrmers irjvi1 grain. is pniat lei Ic-nrn that a fdrmors have Kr.ini In Ffll a ytiir HM'< [11 this dry lint they nffd rim ifif.-n.' it .1 limit to ihf: ;nnoiint to IK- from, Mr. C. is renewing old acfiiialntnnccH. in Hunlett. Mr. Field- ing volunteered til the beginning of pnicni is of nry i Great Wur. and has spent mobt be pracll- of (be time fof (he. last five j'earn in France in and near Ihe figlitEng line. Tho Alherfn is fulfill- ing a long promise In install- ing niral tfloplunics connoctirg tho farmers with thf central at H'lrdctt. Tliflao ivlio bfici; blssserl sire giv- ng thanks liioac who are not art busy. Hills, Sanford his britle in a YoVk rootnlnff house and aUrteCd looking for a job. 1'olice and'-newRpapera arc helping him Und the house dgaln. t Puhlicntion of tho hitherto unpub- lished portloim 01 the will of the late Henry Clay'Prick, of N'ew York ami PIttsburg, tho fatit he left nearly to his daughter. Helen C. PYick, only to hU widow and to his son, Childs Fricfc. The oply employe- who was remembered was hla, chauf- feur, George Dcspress, to whom he gave i wr-ath'-r wan a g'JlliilV lilDis from vt j ins' in 'Mr. UVlsli i and Mr. A. rT (it tlic- sc .f. al itie u-crc .-Ivnvn lo in sfiiipf. ami a livr-ly wn.-; retiring iriiFitrc; liarmis was WftlF-h, J.I1, Mr. MACLEOD UISTKICT SKNDS '1 DEU-OATION TO SEE THEj J'UKMIKU ON JKUIGATIONi .Ian. .Mc-t Inlobb. llalpii L.tntirigo, J. L. Floy Gifir. and ntlior.-i arc Uio MacloO'I Xnrtbcrn Irrigalioti di-s- i tricf. ;t :iic-'jt Pn'ir.ii (if tfir? K'I i ing their dir I, hrtdRP Xnrllv can be <'r MIR TIKI in dii-'l frnm itn< where Iliuy Stewart and members to discuss Alberta.' They 'i ihfi Kiibjpol liav- inflfuTod with the Lolh- :i. which II is ujnlnr- IM- by shnpTy or canal for n few This will mnko ia vftry i-jflionl The Government havn hi--: ability and wnrk cim right thing in refilling in regard to :'lf w- K- iho postal workers, who lost Ilioir jobs through golns OIL strlhf, and uf- ferine them rnlnnlatftment, The im'ii in i wan I 'ii In pfnro of Mw Tiie rlfjclor is well known in fhi .Ml'l a l-'OOfl bl tJnis hrJng v.v-M aide tu have nn doubt by been an1 ly disciplined, if (tils WJIK tho Whan tbo Minister of Kdutation hi of the Government. limi inan, iti in lonk- Mr. f row i his dutien in thy Mio nullay for Wish districts less, and larger number of farmers who anxitniH lo have their lanif wot, K. W. miuiager'of the Hank oT :n Maclcoil, left with hf.i family for fnllfornli. Mrji. A. T. with hor nlerc ;M" the whiter at Long Hr-ach, California. J. m'coinpanicd by Mrs. Kiviinoflnn finv< fnkcn up rofjidenco in Urach, CnHfornia for tlio wJn- tfr months. L If ypure nervous ioday or if yoii ?were wakeful Isisi or ihe night before, its time to ihink of Instant Postum In place of coffee A boon to those who like cof- fee but cant get-along with it. Sold by i Grocers Try a iin-you'll Canadian Postum Cereal "Windsor, Ontario. ;