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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta kept there haniiy (or the purpose. THE DAU..Y JULY 14, 1920 Commission on Conservation Conference on Soil Fertility add Soil Fibre Opens in Win- J. A. M. Aikins Appeals For "Canadianism." July icnsth. us ia tvro different serted to (ant from the k-u cave in cultural methods was RSS be undoubtedly tho greatest cur so to agriculture In Cannu iistiug In an address by Dr. J. 11. Grlsdale, deputy mlnislcr of agriculture, tho open- lus Cession of the commission on con- servation conference on Mil fertility soil fibre, hero todsy. In his analysis of Iho conditions on 'tho -Canadian prairies. Dr., Grlsdalo stated that the causes for the gradual- ly decreasing yield in bushels per acre from Ike cerenl crops, from closo ob- servation extending over" many years, irouid appear to Prevalence of .need's, lack of fibre- (n soil, poor mois- conservation and poor cultural methods employed by the farmers. Among the remedies suggested were the introductions! certain hoed or.cul larger ol tho two. chambers lead back 100 feet, where tbe big ice- bound chamber if. but I be re are evi- dences that beyond this outer cave, j passages irate deep into the hill, i It is cveu surusi.ced that there may be subterranean halls mile or two lu laces tiis- s of cold air from the crevasses la tbe bills about Decorsh. Scieuco has been busy for SOUK time tbese Ice mints. EM via S. Balcii. of Pliiladalplifa, IIHS mndo a particular study of Ibcoi. slates 1bat, Recording to Ihe .theory cuvolvetl by investigators, tho formation ol the cav- erns is such that tho air of whiter does not penetrato atid settle in them unlil Uto lit the spring, at the time when tho water.1.from spring (haws is through: the Trails and roof. Th-a irater ineetins tho cold air freei- cs. and stays frozen all summer. The Decbrali Ico cave remains just 03 nature made it, up among tbe rocks that wall tho upper tftated crops lu some pirls and quick Iowa river at that point. A climb uj> _tt.i_ _ n '-isfS nrrrt M prpai. Irisnciilar rdaturlug crops In other districts to getter with better cultural methods to aid In weed control; the use of more or less grass or producing crops to maintain and possibly -In- creaso the oricintl fibre content oi toe Boil and generally more close adher- ence to the true principles of good, boil cultivation end proper rotation in our evcry-day crop production opera- tions. Greater use of "illustration farms" ill. connection ivith neighborhood im- provement associations and better farming clubs was the plan offered by Dr. W. J. FtobcrlBon, ol Ottawa, ctsti- man; of the committee on lands, .and chairman of the conference. Need of.unity, In development path.and a great triangular oponing cliffs confronts tlio visitor. Chill air comes from it. On entering the cavt1, II is necessary very soon to use s. flashlight, as the .-nind- ing passages- are entirely cut oft from the light the care opening. There arc evidences thatndlans knew ot the tee cave and brought venison to it In summer. Tlie ice mine at Blxby's Park was discovered !a lite years. A prospector ran a shaft Into the hillside in tho park, thinking there was lead in tho rocks', was not found, bul tho opening he tad blasted in Ihe rooks was discovered in the tolloiving LEADER OF N Sends Word to Convention Now in Session in Chicago LABOR CANDIDATES IN WINNIPEG AMBASSADOR TO BERLIN Lord D'Auernou, chairiuyi of tho j I3rili3h Liquor '.vho is reported lo bcon appointed British Ambassador lo Berlin CHICAGO, July La- follctie not "deem hlmsell available as a candidate for the new party nomina- tion." He sent svc-rd lo the con- ventlon that he did not want the nomination. Immediately after Chairman. Walker had amounted t-afollelle's decision not to accept the nomin- ation, Leslie- Barlow, leader of the World War Veterans, entered the fight and demanded that follette bo drafted despite hlj wishers. Session roat of applause.. Hev.'-Dr.'0. Richmond spociallyi gave thanks for-the revolution in Kus-E sla. (or "Ibe cow spirit o( self-asser-' tlvcnces unions negroes and In li-e- i lie also blessej Eugene IX'bs. "in his prison cell." The uoinnilllca on jolilL-al "proced- ure made a report providing in detail for amalgamation of the' labor party aud the committee 'of 4S, by Joint meeting of the Ivo conventions. AViii. Ilcmfor. Xon-Parttsan leaguer from South' announced thai the farmers, after suetidlng five days! locking over all the conventions has decided their interests "were tlcal wilb. labor." have decided to.come over and. j sland labor, fig.h.t with labor and' j organize with Kemfer Above are tour of tiic Labor liave been elected to the M.iulloba l.jgislalure- lo right, they arc: fico. P. J. Dijou. It. 13. niisseil and Ivous.. All save Dlxon aro now tliiry tcrias for.their participation In the gcnorat sttriko of CHICAGO. July plsns amidst cheers, practically completed (or the forma- Tho single taiets arrived thi lion of a ne.v parly embracing all the minority liberal and radical groups, the labor Party anil thii of 4S wont 'Into Joint session this after- noon. two principal groups, the meeting was Joined by the single- tax party, war veterans, non-partisan tee-ls of-the farmers aud the amalgamation movements Amaloamatlon Effected CHICAGO, July of the principal groups attempting to forhi a' party was effected tore today. The committee of 48 voted'to Jora t.h'e United Stales National Labor league and 'several other tlous; Public Ownership Plank platform organlza- Party. A large rion-partlsan league gro'up and delegation of single lasers rharchcil Into the'labor convenlioii aiid announced they also had decided Annoimcement That Oflicials Cannot Gel Together is Made -Canadianism" was ciprcssed by Sir J A. M; Alklus, lieutenant-governor of Manitoba, when he welcomed the members of the commission. "Waste Ot resources has beeu one o! the chief faults of our he said. rnuct guard against waste of sources. This conference should do inuch to devise methods to that end." The sessions of the .conference'will ttirininate Friday afternoon. season, after the mine had been atian to hs walled with ice. Tha IOWA HAS ICE MINES They Are Located in Caves Near Dscorali and Wedgewood. Many [owns in the upper Mississippi valley dependent for their ica crop on the winter harvest which the' northern Mississippi yields are experiencing acute ice shortage these days be- canse of last season's crop failure. so the.two" northeastern Iowa lo.wns of Decorah and Edgewood. There are lliree or four places, in the United Stales where -winter and summer get all mixed up and nature puts up ice in July and August Instead of January. Decorah, Iowa, and Bii- by's Park, near Edgewalcr, lowo, arc two ol them. There are Ica mines both places, Inside tbe caves there are walls ice. Picnic parties at Bivby's Park any Sunday may be seen freezing icti cream at Ihe mouth of the Ice mine. Tho ice has been chopped in chunks from tho cave with an axe which is THREATENED BY SINN FEIN Logue, Primate ot Irelani who announces (hat ne as receive warning that "his lime ha: beeu set ndition h'as prevailed ever inneapglis Journal. PPOSE APPOINTMENT SIR MATTHEW MATHIAN LONDON', July ad lap As- dated appointment of r Matthew Mathan as governor of in opposition to tbe ishes of. the labor government of 10 'stale .and one object of Premier ieodore's. visit to London was to rge the appointment of local men to hese positions., Lord Jlilner, 'the colonial'secretary, dmitfed that the'ilrlft. ot Australian pinion was against the present sys- em, bnt that 'Queensland could no! a new departure alone. The lajority must be favor hie 'before a change could OB sane loned. Premier Theodore accepted the coni romlse and -Trill now endeavor to ring the other live Australian states Que.ftnsland'E RDMONTON, Is being given by tlio Edmonton oflk-c of Ihe Soldier Settlement Hoard to all pplicants for school lands that tho egotiallons going on ftjr'.sbiue time iih the provincial government Jia've illed of reaching any basis of agrec- eut and that sould ettcr take steps lu selecl otter loca> ons. About 150 soldier settlers tave Inns asked for school land purchases POLITICAL FLOP LONDON'. July As oclated Coalitioii-Llber 1 me-rnhftr fCT'Thornbiiry division o OluceBtershlre Athelsan Randall, ha gone oref; to''ite opposition. SENATOF1 DENNIS' FUNERAL HALIFAX. July funeral o he late Senator Dennis took plac this afternoon from his late resldenc Cobours Road, to Camp Hill cemeteo HALF-DAY OFr ON THE FARMS "hired man" It' at lait coming Into his own. After looking envfouily for years city man donning white "on hit afternoon off, the1 country cnutfn Is about to follow suit. For throughout the country r.' Middlesex the United Farmeri hive proclaimed every Wednesday afternoon a. half holiday, a day when spudding thlttlei, hoeing corn, or thinning manglei Is ta- boo. Other countries are prepir- t ing to follow, and the "half-holt- diy eft" Idea is spreading through- out Lambton. On Wednesday the Middlesex tojcther arid have a day of Baseball teams are being organized by the var- clubs, and perhaps-for the first time In the of the movement a U.F.OJ baseball league will be The games are to off on the half-holidays. comnilUce'qf the Third Parly conven- tion today a partial' re- port, containing--one plank. ,'Tublle' ownership and democratic control of transportation, Includicg stoukyards. abbaltolrs, grain terminal warehouses, pljic lines and tanks" woro" urged In this plank: Chairman llarley I'. Chrislenson as- Eerted.tnat tho, words "democratic control" represented the {Icmanils of the litbor party. During, tho discussion. Harry Neu- bcrgcr ot-N'ew York, said: "Wo inay rth ,cp n Ite no-thcni Alberta district, and le question of price has'been the ubject of discussion bctwcba the ement board and'tbe'; government, oth parties having nppointe'd valua- not bo nblo .to grab thc-entiro car al this we can take this st In that "direction." Ho was .given a tors to inspect-and Valuate the par- cels ot-land'sffsolectcd. It has been found impossible, however, for'.both sides of the case to come to terms, tti.b valuations placed by the of education, under whose control the school lands are now being held, hay. ing been a much higher scale than those of-the board. to amalgamate. PORT ARTHUR AND FORT WILLIAM JOIN FOR MOTOR LEAGUE Motorists In the, twin cities of Port AHhiir and Port William have form- ed ,nn association to bo h'nowii MS tho Twin Port Motor Club, which will be affiliated tho Ontario Motor League. A membership campaign ia being carried on, and from- indications of tho' number of applications received to dale this northern league wiH com. pare most favorably with older clubs in point of enthusiasm nud number of jn'emhcrs. The following officers .elect- ed President, J. Q. Routly; .Vice Pros., H. W. Robinson; Sec., Major B. A. Cousins; Treas., J. A. Irwln. Eleven cows ana bull killed y; lightning near Xewbiirgh, Ont. MAYOR IS MISSING Samuel G. McCoubrey, mayor ol Iroquols Falls. Ont., who has been missing since May 14. When, iaat seen hdwas leaving Toronto for Mont- real. The Better I RED SEAL -A-PATS REGISTERED THE j s: Wherever Good Candy IB Sold Hard Workers find sturdy food strength in a or Try this ready-to-eat cereal and enjoy its fthe flavor and wholesome buiWing value. AfeecfeNo Sugar There's a Reason" By All-RaiHi's a Long, Hot, Dusty Trip to the East, BY BOAT-THE TIME SEEMS ALL TOO SHORT While you enjoy Ihe pronienador, iho concerts. Mir; dancing, and all llic olhcr shipboard good ni.ijrsilc liners "llamonic" Bild "lluronlc" arc swiftly Iravcllinj ivtvnnln your iiosl, lime Is lost Ihcso. ftoirncrs ovor tlic- all roil sdie'iliilc. No. Ihe sunalilnc. iinil rlr-ar lakft air you ilculrc. Xo cramped >Mp lo ovor. lloomy lo Bleep In, magni- ficent Dining Itoomn. Wonderful H'joms, Writing llooins, Music Ilooina, Smoking Hooma, and IMvljfr Shopa. ANY TICKET AGENT WILL ROUTE YOU''BY LAKE AND KAIL liny your ticket teisl !o fnclinln Ilio Norliicrn N'nvigiillon Water-link. Ouluili Sarnie, Detroitorfiniisor ".Voronlc" antl "ll'.ircnic" Itavc'Dulnlh every Tuesday. Fri- day am! Sunday; Icavo I'ort Arihiir cvf.-y Monday, Wednesday and Saturday for "Soo" Sarnhi, Detroit and Windsor. Passengers from Winnipeg an4 ir.any rolnls In Western Canada may have choice of routes, from Dulutli or Port Arthur, 1'or full information, ask your local ticket nsent or R. CRAWFORD, 354 Main St., Winnlpeo. NORTHERN NAVIGATION COMPANY THatWhiff of Fragrance which never fails in its cheefttil invitation to breakfast, comes tno-c more invitingly, it's SEAL BRAND COFFEE The famous Seal Brand flavour, fr and art seilccl fight into the Tin la S, I El t u KnrKJflldtnto't. rrej 1 tad Ft muad. c TncoUon wi sxtcoliua At tool Prtifttir itiUJm it, fm. it, CHASE t SANBORN, MONTREAL. gtance Here's a beverage that's all that a drink should be for health and refreshment. It's snappy, of tasteful flavor, stimulating, and thirst quench- ing s No other dnnK Is cj'Jit- so satisfying and cooling on hot Its an excellent beverage to have in the, h'ouse at alMEmes to-ierve with the .to with evening lunches or by itself OKLA-APPLO The New Drink t li brewed and from the blended Juifcslof OkasaKan ed give it vmf and zest> it bubbles Torth dellclously sivee] and pletsing to the In the United Stales tills same drink rar louelj called Apple Applestaff Spitz Cider ten times It lofa} at" vour( favorite (ouniam a ,.w then order a' case ot it tor. home "or .office use. We maXo a full line of soft drinkc All BY Oil Cook Stoves For EVery Cooking Purpose grilling, tpast- ing.and baking thn "Ncsv Perfection fjit Cook Stove" and "Oven" are the best helps for the goad cook, The Nejv.Perfection Oil Cook Stove gives you cool kitcheri-comfort in summer, and cooking satisfaction the year round. No annoyance, from smoke or astes, litter or dirt. 11 burns coal oil. The "Long Blue New Perfection" chimney turns every dropof fuel intd useful heal. The New perfection Brass Iturncr is as lAStinTia it is efficient. o( the Perfection Oil Stovc'is well fmishtd.'" "M.idc in Canada" there is no high exchange rate to figure in the cost, so when you Imy a ti6n" you get (he best jjrice; Sold by Qvalcrj everywlicrt. Ask for a demon- of tht "Lone Chimney" or for New Perfection booWct. Made in Cdnada Tht "Lent Chitr.niy" li toltd fcroji k finmt, tit vmer, COXIPANY HOME OPKICK AND FACTORY SARNIA ONTARIO ;