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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MSB or UTB LOCAL KIWI MONDAY, JANUARY 34, 1021 LETHIMUDGK. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN General Approval of Suggested Scheme to Finance Irrigation Districts by Leaders "k.l_.._ r.th.nJ Dayton and Werow dlttrlct. helped the acre Taber eiten- nalnrun Crofts batnered same Tv in nt aom to the results of to finance these two district) In some j the surveys carried on there last sum- manner similar to that In which theymer by the Dominion government." Seeks Damages From the Gty; Slipped On Ice Lawyers Present Claim of Client to the City Com- mlgaioners CITY SUPPORTSTTHH MED. HAT RESOLUTION The resolution by the Medi- cine Hat city council, Mklng that the provincial government jive Increased aid to High )Choola, 10 that the pres- ent burden ot civic taxes may be lightened, a copy Of which was for- warded to the city commlMloners, discussed at the council meeting held on Monday morning. The coun- cil considered that the resolution So If the scheme as, not mooch In iU icope and did outlined through 1 don't think not iMrge demands upon the provincial government aa the resolu- tion passed by the Union o! Alberta it will really delay us much, and It Tvill have advantage of making irrlga- tion bonds a good buy on the money Municipalities, at, their convention markets of the continent. There Is here, to he presented to the pre, no reason why, if this thing Is the cabinet at the earliest handled, irrigation bonds should i opportunity. not to just as good an investment as The conncn further were ot tho municipal or school bonds. It the opinion that as the ichool hoards have Kovernment can make them such it no responsibilities imposed on them vnll have done a great deal for the as to the moneys required to run the future agricultural development ot Al- schools, that responsibility being Ira- lierta along the lines of Irrigation ex- posed by fhe present law on the city councils, they are not sufficiently anxious about the coat of education to he In strong support in demands for larger grants. In the fact that there Is likely to be a considerable difference of opin- ion as to the amount the provincial tension." Mr. Marnoch'a View President Q. R. Marnoch of the Board ot Trade, who ia also chairman of the Irrigation Development asso- ciation, made the following state- ment a: "Certainly no one cs.n accuse the government should be responsible for Alberta administration of aay undue towards education, and whereaa a haste or lack of deliberation In arriv- iarge tree open discussion by IDS at a definite policy which will en- thoae js desired, the council sure progress In making use of our resolved that, on the principle that hitherto wasted stream wnters; and tlle provincial government nhould it yam correspondent's 'guess' aa to a larger portion ot the cost of tho proposed policy proves to be cor- education, support the Medicine rect, my surmise would be that It Hat resolution on the understanding would meet with the approval of the that the cities wlll aend qualified dele- farmers directly concerned In the var- gates to some central place to give ions projects; but that is for them to the, matter as thorough a discussion say. and no doubt they will maka.as the short time now open will per- the'r views known. I mit. "Obviously it will please the Leth-l Tf mftr. iw- brtlge Northern farmers; that goes b mln witnont saytng. And If the Alberta !ybart., Qn school rusts ha re Kovernment has at fet decided to deal beVesen? atC meeting w.th he matter courageously ami fin- u ,B anfl that the "B.'1le Ins embrace the members of th. uoiidaineantlm t. Un- flxtended to the United District at Oardston and the South Macleod. For, if the government agrees that it is safe to stand behind the for the Lethnridge Northern 100.000 acres u iv he Ion ot Alborta Municipalities commit- .1. tee' which.includes Mr. Duggan, ap. minted to deal with the same mat- Damages Against City .._...............___. The city has on Its hands a request at same court Mike Croplnak was fined >10, with costs, for causing a disturbance by fighting on 13th St. North, outside Burgmann's Hall. C.P.R. OFFICIALS COMING FOR EMPLOYEES' BANQUET Several district' officials of the C. P. R. from Calgary are expected In to approval at time of delivery, and that J' J: f' the Alberta government tender per ton be accepted for 10 tons OC eastern timothy hay for pound pur- onto Hall. Among those expected are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cameron, district and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Scott, master mechanic. Taylor Stake, of the Mormon Church, to Make Survey to Get in Contact With the Boys from all parts of the Taylor stake of the L.D.S. church met In Lethbridge Saturday to devise ways and moans for the fight on the cigar- ette. Good progress had already been made, it was announced, but the fight had only begun. Addresses and papers were presented W the convention by J. TJ. Allred, O. F. Uraenbach, A. H. Palmer, Mm. Weed, and Mrs. Dahl. Mrs. O'Brien, president of the Wo- men's Relief Society, also spoke. It, was decided to make a 'stake survey with the view to coming into personal contact with every boy, whether he Is a user or an abstainer from tobacco. In this way it is hoped to minimize the use of the weed. A resolution was passed praying the government to amend the existing law, making it un- lawful to sell tobacco to a person un- der IS years of age. The ago of 16 la now fixed by law. O. BOX MO PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. M Acadla Building (12 Third Avenue South Clias. Barkman and Sid. Carr, of Halifax, start to walk across tha Do- minion to Vancouver. apprehensive any anxiety, unless it be the general magnitude ot what can profitably be undertaken; and I have never yot discovered that Canadians magnitude of their resources. "He either fears his Pate too much, Or his Desert is small, Who fears to put It to the touch To win or lose It all." "Your correspondent Is quite unduly in talking of five or ten years for the lands to prove productive. I raw several farms near Brooks this Inst. fall, 1920, that had excellent crops of flax and oats, and the farmers had only signed papers and got occupation of bare prairie In July of 1919. That Hbnws what can he done by energetic action on raw sod. if only the water is HV.iilable. And the bnlk of the land In thesu tlirte projects Is already broken and under cultivation. The 'ionstructlon, If it Is under way this summer, should certainly be finished In' time tor at least a fall Irrigation In 1922. "But then there Is the case of the fanners In the South Irrigation district Matrath and lUymoad, aa4 BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A LIEN NOTE GIVEN BY LLOYD DEVINE to The CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. and to dlrtcted the and of Lloyd A named In the mid Lttn 1 have the following poods, namely: 3 FRESH MILK COWS; 1 DRY MILK COW WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE OnTwsday.tbe first Day of Febjffil At Bert Tiffto Farm, 8 toutheut of Lethbridgc AT HOUR OF 2.30 F.M. DATED LETHBRIDOK, JAN. 218T, T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Truth Always Triumphs "Honesty la one card in the pack that you can play any time without thinking how to play It." Amburg. Chiropractic truth is simple and straightfor- ward. It does not at- tempt to conceal or ouflage the method by which it gets results. The chiropractic adjust- ment is given by hand. It restores.the alignment of spinal joints, thus re- moving the pressure upon spinal nerves. It is this pressure which causes disease and when it is removed, Health comes back. NO CHARGE Consultation without Chirac or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH A SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 206 Sherlock Sleek. PnOIHMl' HSff AMI THERE ARE NO SUB- STITUTES FOR BUTTER FAT Imitation) will always be imi- tations. Use the real thing. Crystal Creamery BUTTER Sold at all stores, or phone us. Phone 1576. LIMITED BREAD LIKE MOTHER'S Who is there that doesn't like a good piece of Bread, if it Is miido with the right flavor and a sanitary way? QUAKER BREAD IB, and it's to your liking. It has met with wide favor and will pleaao you just as it has pleased otheru. It's as good as it looks. John Gilmore Ltd. of Quaker Bitid. PHONE 37ft. E E Now Under New Owners New Management and ATOLEYCI Rer. W. J. Haggith of Banff Is Rcidy for the Gospel Rev. Haggith, B.A., of Banff, the special prxcher on the occaalon of the annual missionary service) In Wesley church. The eon-, gregations in the morning and evok- ing were targe. In the morning Mr. Haggitli took a) his subject the world outlook. He pointed out conclusively that na- tions ot the world are ncdy for the gospel. Door) are swiajim on every side, he said. At the evening service he tealt very largely with the mttilnnary out' The Phoenix theatre, having beea taken over the beginning of the year, by two returned war veterans who, _ have decided to change the name ot: look as it presents Itself to Do- "Phoenlx" to that of under i minion. He made a number whlch name It will be known In the concerning the relation) ot future, the new management truat missionaries and the Dominion which that patrons who so kindly sup- ported this theatre In the past will continue to do so In the future, and the management hereby gives them the assurance that only the highest class pictures wlll be shown. WHOLESOME THINKING SUBJECT OF "Y" ADDRESS Start the morning with an uplifting thought was the advise given by Rev. W. J. Haggith, of Banff, who addressed the men's meeting in the V. M. C. A. on Sunday afternoon. Such action will tend, he said, to bring on good thoughts during the day. His talk was on wholesome thinking, There was a trood attendance. were interesting. During the service he read a letter from a Russian, who is a student of the Alberta College North. The letter gave the imprei- sloni the Protestant religion hat made on this young man. The music ot both of a high order. In the moraine the chnlr am -nti Omega" and as a prelude to the even Ing service Mr. Lay-ton gate an or- gan recital of three numbers. High words of praise spoken ot thtK by members of the congregation. At the evening service Mrs. Hugh Crawford beautifully rendered "Out of the Deeps." The choir gave at the evening service "The Lord IB Mj- ShephiM." SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Far tht bcniflt of who hive not a) yet trltd Royal Shield Ten, Cotftt. Powdtr and Jelly Oamphall, Wllion official Demonstrator, MISS QpFF, the above lino at Bur rtore. The reputation "Rayal product) gained during the paat 25 glvai ample ttitlfnonial to high STANDARD and QUALITY of iintl, POPULAR PMietS 35c 40c Liquid bottle Golden West Ammonia Powder, pki Royal Crown ArnmemU Powder, pkg. ROM Toilet 13 large Bitrmcts Lemon and Vanilla, 1 01 Eitracta Lemon and Vanilla, 8 oi Eltracta Lemon and Vanilla, 10 o> 4 B.C. per tin Succotash S tins for ______ French Macaroni Long ready cut, full weight 16 oz. pkgs, each n 9C No. 1A_ 9C_ r l.lt> fcUC 19c Sliced 2 tins for Z tins, each small In aim but excellent quality. C. Per Ib................1JC Crape Per pkg. Carr's Old Country fancy mixed per Two-Minute Oat Food. AA per Quick Puddtno, Custards and (J per pkg...............IUC Scotch Herrings, Kippered, and Herrings in Tomato Thla week, nfi 2 tor GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND 1319. BENEFIT DANCE DIAMOND CITY SCHOOL HOUSE FRIDAY, JANUARY 28TB Gentlemen REBEKAH DANCE TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2STH BEST OF MUSIC. DANCING FROM 9 TILL Z. ADMISSION BY INVITATION, PHONE 1838, 1404, or 1631 STREET CAR AFTER DANCE. DRESS, INFORMAL. MASS MEETING In LABOR HALL, TONIGHT COMMENCING AT P.M. LADIES INVITED. JEAN SPIELMAN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZER, OF MINNEAPOLIS. WILL ADDRESS THE MEITINO. VS. PROHIBITION" ;