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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXD VY, JULY 12, 1920 j Ht; ?m PAGE tl F. O.-Labor Plank Would .Give Grits and Tories a Better Showing TOI10NTO. July Mail Empire editorially upon proportional representation in On- THISMOTHER AND DAUGHTER Both Made WeU by Lydia EL Pinkkam's VegetaUe Compound. i kid h6t wis run: rlguUon surveys, the ii.-ovlnro asreeil tc respoaslbllily (or ii ils I t pollej followed by the' Al- berta government at the last session of tlie legislature it assumed a ceitulir amount' of financial responsl- bilils In couuection with theV'Lelh- brldee Nortjif'rB Irrigation District b.y providing lo- meet- possible lapses tbe .thai might be issuei bj tlie disnict.'. Wheu Mr.: Buchanan was advised of tario says. "The I'niieit Farmers ot Ontario uil the independent Ijibor parly have representation ulank In tlieir platforms.; so far have not brought it prominently (onvanl. But the experimenters claim to be much with ihe trial ot the system there. The Kree Press ot that city, which supports the Xorris gov- ernment, says the uro- portional representation to the rural municipalities Is assured, because In 'it came through with Byius lolpfs.' H says that the ballot work- ed out with niathematU-al "lactltude ID the desired end; the elected candi- dates represent Jn accurate prgyurtivu the vbtluE strength p[ the' pVilies in K'the Urliry government cucriea' but the- in' this resp'ecXi arid 'if -In voting streirsttflbt, the. parties ;is: accurately represented ;In.1.'the nest legislature a cdarequence ot'propcrtlonal, re- nither embarrasiin'g-to In Conservative way than I was.- My hea.lth broke-, down last June from Uschbol'.'without ______________I rest, and she has taken Lydii E. Fir.khxm's Vegetable Compound and thcBlood Medicine with Kooi' resullj. She. is .much tetter and ttachine now nhd I (rive ynur medicine the praise. You are w.elcoma to usa tills letter for the benefit of 'other suf- women." -Mrs. p. A.. GUNES, K.R.'No. 1, Stcele. A Women who sufferas Mrs. Caines did not to give this famous root and herb remedy, Lydii E. Pink- h'sm's Vegetable Compound, trial, as th'e evidence-that- is: constantly beinjr _____ng among -i For confidential rinkham Medicine- The rojiult cf their forty yeur ihcsisatyour'Hryice., Ton are not experiment- Ing when joil Itse Dr. _ Chase's Otat- meirtur Etzrai oca Skto Irrita- '-1_ Uous. It relieves at ODCO and gradu- JUT heals 111" >kln. Kuijite MK Dr. Cfme's Ointment We, it you Mention this nspcr and send axslarap' for OX. a. :tll dealers Bates Co., rjrmlH. Toronto. hirds; If proportional represents .ioii'justly applied over the province worked out as claims it worked out there, 'wilh.'eiact repres cnta'tlon'-ot voting "slrengtV.'vthen what of the V. F. Q.-I-abor plank? The difficulty IB, of course, with the dla- Irilmtion of seats in .Ontario, which gives the urban population duly hal much voting power, relatively, as the 'rural. .More equal reprcseulatioi ._ jonslituencios. or some otber changi to remove' the glaring injustice of th< uiider-representutiou of Ontario Con Bervatives'is BAD FIRE- IN WILLOWS, CAL. WILLOWS. Calif., July third of the business section ot the town of county, is in ruins as a result-pi the fire that swep It Sunday afternoon. The district de- stroyed is just opposite the Southen. racific railway-station and estlinat of less today reached more than There loss ol life STRIKE AVERTED ST. iOHNVJuly of street railway strike here with tie-u of electricity' add gas, has been avert ed for the present, UDIES' Hair Dressing Ground floor Hull. St. 3., (Established over 7 yeari) FREE DEMONSTRATIONS Our Udy Hairdresser from trie East lias arrived, and will be pleased 'to demonstrate all new styles of head dresses for the-next Iwo weeks. For fopoihtmenis Phone 171s MANICURING, SHAMPOOS, SCALP. TREATMENTS, SWITCHES MADE TO ORDER lit UU-t St. K. B. "It vs with pleasure 1 to tell joii I reoeifed from the of your medicine juifts. f was a jtff'rgr many years from fffjdathes J triedCferythinj, Doctors; but nothing seemed to help me uptil I tried After taking several boxes, completely relieved'of those and have been xell ever Miss AXXIE WAKD. 60e.aboi.6for J2.JO, trill siie, 2oo. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Frnit-i-tiTes Limited, Otttva, the that the storiu hi been done uy the l.ntlibrldge Xorthc-ru aroa) he approached the min- ister of the Interior, tue Honorable Arthur Meigfceh, aud (hat (he should with the province in 'getting the construction ot tlie l.eihbrldge Xottheru s.vste'm'iin- ilcr way. ile out that us the IinaucEal- market stood at present' it impossible to dispose of tho boudfi eicepl at a sacrifice. From the legin- nine, Mr. Melghen expressed his will- iiiguesB to co-operate to the fullest ex- f tent, and he expressed 'his vleW on the rtoor of the house of commons. The PreKnt Situation co-ppprution has followed the List of Western Men and Firms Not Represented devetopmetn was province itself, and the natural sources nuesllou hail not been uiatle a consideration lhat time. It was aluo qutsllouablo in his mind whether were all lutcrestod lit Irrigation.' Mr. Marnoch said that It was exceeding- ly fortunate Honorable Meijhen had Keeu dlrevilui: tion affairs al OUawa. He bad always it YoulJ be to the advantage ot the ot the prorlnce of the country j been syiuualheiii: with tlin province to possess tlie wuter resourc- es, especially Uivou'ilre.iius thai were inter-provincial. If the province pos- seaseiUthe control of-ilie-surfaee'wat- ers it would have to bear all tho cost of irrigation surveys whlcu are now met by the Dominion. Parallel Cases Uji lo the present lime Ihe Ion bad spent over a. million dollars iu 'irrigation surveys, lie ad- ult he didn't like the use of this natural excuse." Alberla had guaranteed bonds for other enter- prises that were opening up lands and resources that were .entirely a posses- sion of Ihe federal power and no argu meut.bad then licen advanced aboul the possession of Ihe ualural sources. The l.elhbrldge Northern Irrigation District was peopled by citizens of. Al- berta who own the laud themselves and who were prepared to bond it to Ihe eilent of an acre. In order iiiliuuliun given by -Mr. ilo get Irrigation. Th'ese people were Buchanan.- "I will uol bora resource of tbe province of'Alberta revealing'any. secret when I tell and he felt that the proviuce of Al- jvesteru'Wau that communications have already ivasseu between the premier of Alberta and the "former- minister of the In- terior. 1 can also say Unit the pro-' of the. premier of Alberta was. not acceptable- to tlie minister of the interior because the minister claimed. that Alberta wa's" attempting to aban- don the position' it 'had taken last yc-ar. when it recognized that the respousi-; bility tor' the" 'development of Irriga- tion, was a local matter. When I Ihis, 1 do not. want yon to think. that the door to financial assisl- berta should go lo the longest la possible to save Ihese people from ruiu. There were dlslricts that were eager for the construction branch linos of railroads. .These lines would only constructed when perm- anency of aud assurance of crops were possible.- Irrigation was; the magiiet that would draw the rail- roads inlo construction work in south- ern United Action Needed Mr. Buchanan closed'with an appeal for united action on behalf of all the aiico by the Dominion. The Domin- people Iti southern Alberta, for the de- Ion is not prepared lo put1 un the j velopruent of irrigation wherever money 'on'the .limited assurance fund] water was available and the laud suit- provided by Alberta. It feels that if! able. -.Irrigation would.he the'solution it did so it would be assuming l.liC full t financial responsibility and taking it soil-drifting, livestock rais- ing, and'many other that n-r-r'iwi- 10 DV _ OTTAWA, Jill; uauaii from Uw proviuce. On the other t faced the farmer. With its extension, list of triiFlces am satisfied that (H southem Alberta would become one of vidual bond fit JlS.Oflfi before the ap pointlnents are gazetted and before they will be able to act. Western appointees are Canadian Credit-' men's Trust-Association. Limited, Win- nipeg; Wni. Alexander'..Hejiilc'reon, Winnipeg; The Northern'Trjsl'.Corm- pany, Winnipeg; .-.The -Trade 'and Trust Company, Winnipeg; The J ern Trust Company, Winnipeg. British Columbian-Frederick James Carter, Canadian .Credit; nieji's Trust Association. Limited. Van- couver; M. J. Crehun. -'.Vancouver; Robert Baldwin Ellis. Vancouver; Walt ler Ernest Hodges.'Vancouver; Harry Joseph Perrin. Sydney Wilson. Vancouver-.; Gebrge Edward Winter, Vancouver; .Thonias 55. Aimuii- assuming; tlieVfiiiaiiciul respbhsjbility i whether it would produce at. all or and the Tunlins the inoney not. !lit: to tinance No Rsasoti for Suspicion Mr. Marnoch's Pointed Remarks President Marnoch of the Hoard of Mr. e'xpressed regret that who. was present at th.e lun- the suapic'ioii'XefJijed to exist that Ot-! oheon, at the request ot President Por- He com'meut'cd very pointedly on some of the remarks made by Mr. Uuchan Mentioning natural he said lha.l the greatest. ualural resource its citizens, aud it was the bus! and fully understood the., proble'tti: uess of the gov'erumeuttv to do all they could to encourage the citizens lo de In closing. Mr. Xlarnorh.' velop t.ho.'eikei' natural resources, lie high-tribule lo 0. A. era, Siewart and Mr. Kucnanan. public men who said Ilial- te federal members for Upw.lilver and .Medi most to servo, the w Interest themselvf e _ Mr. Bucfeaiian7 Blasts thosu districts 11 once jive so thought IVI to candy are buying Chocolates in all their assortments because they find it that ml <1 -afternoon craving. Motr's Chocolates arc made In more than one -hundred varieties. are sharp flavors and the 'rich, heavier 'flavors as vclJ as the most delicious fruit centres, and chotolate coated nuts of many sorts. Mtrii -like them their know it. Chocolates LIMITED HAUFAX, N.S. tawa was tryi_np fa put the [Alberta j governnl'ent' in" a corner on this irri- saiit' him- self., He that -the-.Do-i minion would Jiot uiler the position it had ago but t .t would if (lie f Alberia government woultl sel'liehind i the bonds. .Mr. tliichannn said that asi. far as he wns'.toncerued there i this irrigation question.; He looked upon, irrigation develop- ment as the ,0'nly salvation of .great! "DODD'S KIDNEYS PILLS Regina: Saskatchewan.Genera) Trusts Corporation, Limited. -Kegina; Cireal Western Securities and Trus; Com- any, Moose Jaw; Executors and Ail- minisfriitors Trust Company. Moose aw; -Win. K. Hodge, Jaw; lavid'Mowal, Saslia'loon; p. J.-.Goil- rey, Indlanhead, Sask.; The .Trailers' "rust Company, Winnipeg; The West; rn Trust Company. Winnipeg; North- irn. Trust; Company. Winnipeg. "Alberta Credilmen's Trust Association, Limited, Calgaryi The Security Trust Comtny, ohn B. .Watson, James Mgar, Calgary; The-Trust and Guar- antee Company. Calgary; James 'lacKInnon, 'Edmonton; Natioii Trust Company, Edmonton; Wni. U Wilkin, _ Ertmonton; Western Trust Company, Winnipeg; Trust Company, Winnipeg; Northern Trust 'ompany, Winnipeg; Frederick M. Oliver, Medicine Hat. "delicious arid re- mean the most, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY WINNIPEG province ifls well a.s Ihe Douiitlion) IhLit in Ions-settled districts farmers', who had patiently aud courageously ifought pprfcijji-.of- 'lijoiith he; willi relief in order thiit tlunc cevll.Jp'Ts might, saved and ruin, and that! the wbole country, might he enriclied; through utilizing the great advantages! oC'irrigation. It'was from' that-stand-1 point 'lhat he feH govern-j ment should vjety the riialter. be 'a great si irrigation' should hViiiadG fobtljMI- The sus- picion that one ment is trying lo the other is .uu- fortunatc ami lie wa's certain that there ivas no occasion fOr this view, N. R. Not a. Factor Mr. Buchanan .saiil ;that he' Jiad heard it argued that 'Alberta .should not do anything until ttie natural re-f s6urce3 had beeii'turneil over to the province. As as, he was concern-1 ed, he lelt very strongly that the nat-J nral resources should liave been turn-] ed over, hut as lhat ivaa a political! uuestion. he was not going to discuss it at a gathering of the Holary CiubJ He felt, however, tliat the fact should! he kept in mind that Alberta had agreed that the responsibility forirri-l Watson, Campbell and Smith, Ltd Calgary ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVES Half a Pineapple For One Dessert In Jiffy-Jell desserts the fruit fla- vors art abundant. For instance, half a pineapple is crushed to make ihe flavor for one pint dessert. This is done in Hawaii from fruit too ripe to sliip. -r All Jiffy-Jell fruit flavors arc made from condensed fniit Jutce. --.They.-, come in liquid in bottle in cadi package. That is true of no otber quick gelatine dessert A few cents will serve a real-fruit dessert for six people. Xo artificial flavor, no Faccbarinc.. It is most delicious I'r-uit dessert available, and it comes in ten choice flavors. You Are Wanted On The Phone Please Wyman Co., Lethbridge Wilt lo advise you concerning the sale of your hides, pelts and furs. .This service is .free and. means, money to. you... A. WYMAN CO. 320 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE OQ' MADniD, July former Em- rress Eugenie of France.- died here today. Former Empress Kngenle was horn Spain, In 1S26. Her father, uount Montljo, was of a noble Spanish, family, while her mother was of Scotch extraction, her maiden name icing Kirkpatrick. I The ox-empress was almost impat-1 lent for the end of her long of j life, forty-four years of whicli were j sparkling in the successive roles of! .he Spanish countess, Kiigenie Marie J Do Montljo, travelling through Europe, visitor lo the French court, wife of Napoleon III., and UTI occasional rc- ;ent of Ihe French empire'. The next rlays Ihe ivholc structure of Imperial eminence collaes. BAD FREIGHT WRECK _____________ I SHKRHHOOKK, Quo., July Canadian Press.) 'Approximately J1CO.OOO ilnmagc was done lo rolling stock and freight on the Canadian Pacific Hallway at U'ebstcr's Crossing, Iwo miles cast of Lennnxvll'lc, Satur- day, when n special double-header frcigiit train consisting prlncipalfy of lumber iinil pulp, bound from Mega'nltc lo Slicrhrooko, Icfl the rails. The Ci'cws of, both escaped wilh slight injuries. Ahout one-half of the CO loaded cnra were telescoped p.tid ran off tlie Iraok and Ihe two locomotives lore up a hun- dred feet of mil Htitl horeil lliem- selves inlo Ihe ballast. Jlr.. (Continued from Front 1'age) ThY'OM Understanding Miichanan outlined impartially the situation as he sees It today.'First of all, he recalled that undemand- had heen reached Dominion and provincial governments last.'ycitr ciincerninf; Irrigation de- velopment, the iinderslanillui; that the nonilnlon shuuhl conlinuo Home Applied Tire Mileage YOU can add a thousand or more miles to the Hie 01 tires with inside breaks by thi timely use of a Goodyear Reliner. This Reliner is a complete new tire liriing made by-Gopdyear to-reinforce tires.vycak- ened by long, hard driving, road shocks or accidents, v J You can apply the Goodyear Reliner right in your _garage without, expert help.' Shaped to fit the casing, it can be cemented iri'and the tire ready {or running in half an hour or so. If you prefer, your repairman will apply it for you for a small service charge, Watch your tires carefully for fabric breaks inside. 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