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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE "HERALD PA08 FIVE 1 s e.rn VAUDEVILLE mt Ui Irrig WINNIPEG, July was again evldeul'iu tho cash oiils and bar- ley today. There was a fail demand lor Xo. B .barley. Canadian crushers were offering a premium for u few cars ol NAV.C. tlai. Hye iviis fii falr'dcmaiid for C.SY. Oats closed lower "for. July, UK- changed He lower for Ucceinkur; barley unchanged Cor and ilowh'-.fof flai 'lower; for July, and ilo'wn Cor Quo'latlons July Oat July Oct........ July'..' Oct. Open. 115Ti 374 375 Close. flV- 371 375 anon In Southern Alberta At Commission' of Couservi' 'lion conference -beica held Ifl Win- ulpes todaj. President, G. It. uueh tbu- following undress on "Ifrisation Ilcveiopiiient in Southern FAKMINC uiidsr irriSatioa baa :pruved to siiiccecilul und pro- .iitaole la tie 'areas', east and south or Lethbrldge where it has bee'D iucreasingly liracUced durjns tho pastt o twenty- that "on p might why. "demand f q r -the of 'the. use' of tliemonnUin stream :iot hitherto bet! more-'claniant. The' rtuon Cash Prices OATS-- i No. 3 No. it Estra 110% No. 1 -No. 2 Track'-. :.V. No. 4 Rejected and Kced No.. Ijfrl.NV.C. V................374-i No. 3. N'o. 3 O.W...335 VTrack.....37-1 2 -.c.Tv. Calgary; Livestock 215 the basis.ot last week, 'jb'ut: lower are anticlpat cd. Good butcher steers -averaging 1. 30 0. pounds' mad o 110.00 to a cul to British Columbia ly speaking, but one means for the provision of this humus available for U8, and that Is cow-dung. We cannot save tliat without cows, we can't have cbw'B without pasture, and lye "cer- tainly can't have many cattle on the farms unless we have Irrigation .to provide the necessary feed. Then again, one of the most profitable crops under irrigation ie alfalfa, which humus-builder is in itself both- a and a nitrogen pro: vider. Good .butcher, cows, S8.DO to. 19.50'; (5.DO to good made i top of the hulk making 19.50 to butcher heifers averaging GIO light ctockef steers, }7.75 good slocker cows, JC.25' Select'hogs, off cars, 518.80, which Is 40 'cents 'above' yesterday's L'ondoh Money l-ONJDO.Nv'., July silver money .per cent.; 'rate's, short .bills 61- to month's1 bills'5% V, .Winnipeg Livestock July 265; catt 300 and GO sheep.: Bidding was brisk with fairly active, trad- lug in progress.' roject has been repbrted upon by Seor'ge au Irrigation engineer of continental practical experience Ihe.United States and Canada, wlio thoroughly nhdersUnds all.the en; Kineerlng, financial, agricultural and inrnan elements Involved. ;The water supply at the very lowest; Btreanl measurements over a long years Is guaranteed. There Engineering. works of any- Magnitude necessary, and the engineer of the H. B. had Ion? eiperiencc as assistant chief ir- rigation engineer with the Ca'nadian Pacific Railway Company. The farmers who own the acres that will be irrigable under tha project are most .anxious that' e'dn- slructiou should be proceeded with at once. Estimates .of cost, generoiisly conceived even at the present Ptjces for labor and materials, indicate that when tenders :are called for, they will show that the work can be car- i-Ieil through to a finish at 'a capita: cost of less than 550 per irrigable acre. Thitt the farmerg will amply'be able to .pay.the' interest, and: repay Clt Miiety by all of the people ID j Southern Alberta, but imjcli more by lbeBer: farmers who have suffered so great loss from toil-drliiing. and' whose lands fall to ba irrigated under the Dlilrlct. :ls Keystone. Project Tha prog re of the Northern Is looked upon as the key- further irrigation develop- ment. The lands now under irriga- lloii around Leibbridge, roughly 82.- 000 acVea. made a :gross production fecOr'd'ln 1919 of per acre; so ty is hardly' be wondered at that those other areas to which water may ba brOaght most anxious for are three other districts can be watered, like tho iyethb.rfdge Northern, from all-Caua- diau streams. "They are the United acreiLlrrJgable; tho Lone liock, porlh acres; and the South Maeieod, 30J004 acres. The; Dominion Service completing surveys on some of theie.'as w'ell as on lands around Enchant, and Sun dial, northeast of Lethbridge, which may'get'.water for. acres on an eiteusion ol the Letobrldfc Northern With Life PRIXCB AUBJERT, July 14.-John i.alt. to death for the urde'r o{ Mrs. Julia Llshinsky. of oodoo, on April 1. was this orntng hanied at the provincial jail. uiak was only. 19 years ol age, but eat to. hit death without ninchlng. rs. Ushlnsky .was' shot by Yuzak and r hod? draped down a well. The olive is lived to have been rob- ry. though A'uzak made several rylng "confessions" after his con- ction, none hov.'ever, could e substantiated, Before go jug 'to' I he scaffold Yutak aye to a confession In hich- tie admitted that he alone bad .tba'', crime. He absolved had Implicated in y tilled soil. And tiere is, p'ra capital on-this expenditure .term of-say thirty years is clearly demonstratedttby the results shbwn in thn following Comparjtlve. In CropV Grown on by aiome of the se .those. of thes grave'errors ac "some hav boeufrecognized in" !wh'at after all the j.qulet reversal '4 safeguards that ha bepii deylsed for'the-hianagement' 1SOS ISO'S i. i 1WO. 1911 1912 19J4 f915 1910 1917 1918 25 23 Iqd W :i -.71 J8 Average 11 U30. Increase, duo Sf j to..irrigation Increaso.. due'H 'J to. Irrigation, -Dry. Irr.. II Bu. Bu.- "IT 77 6S '56 '21 Ha '.77 .73 49 143 118 24: led 145 115 113 :'8l 157 128 '104 Dry Irr. BUi-'.'Bii: 'It 61 -.69 54 led 77. :-93 80 ,82 91 108 A3 Peuhy the most Intrepid la tie U. Ei. trans-continental mail serrics, who guides his aerial craft OB it; epecdy Hlgst from coast td coast; -A band of society thieves. ply' their lawless trade in plan to hold up the flying mall and .lay the guilt on Cassldy's pal. a fellow pilot In the U. S. mail women one who loved by his friend, and olfeer, the friend of the air pirate1 ch'el- J the most Ihrilling aceae ever plcted on the screen. One sees the bird-men above the clouds; tiey swoop and one gets a glimpse of a wonderful feel below. panorama There Is a "punch" in almost every scene, and the audievce held its breath >t many of the cllicaxef. An excellent company supporU the star. Including Francelia Billing-' ton. Cannen Phillips. Ray apprized of tho bcheme and Allan Forrest. Jacques Jaccard wrote starts in pursuit of the marauders tho scenario and directed the produc- The struggle la mid-air. Is probablyl lion. Master Director Ba'tei Great Dramatic 'Stiry'on Pcobjem of the Here- after. In Newert Film D. W. Griffith's litcjU production, The Greattwt a "photo- rama embracing the most important roblem ol all, ages, will bo seen at lie EiuproEs theatre, commencing to- ny, hi thi wh ich U r. 3riffith has under his contract with Exhibitors' Cir- uit, tha producing genius affords bought for tho.followers "of Occultism. Kevr-heart have ever found tteft- way into.either literature or the notion, picture gripping sen- atton that fejtures Griffith's treat- cent -.of. with, the dead. Perhaps because of the mwiy mothers who hiive Ipsfeoris through the Great War, ;Mr. 'Griffith brought forth, his nspired-'jolaee, Ma'de to Entertain Those, expect a, picture that taxes; the riietotailty .to follow are EChedule'd'for.Hisappointment, In true Griffith tsihjpa Ihe story takes place on a fnrnr'ainorig a wretch'edly poor bit happy, fa rally of rural peoplo. The war adian Africa won the Kolnpore'citp, Canada was second and the .Mother Country third. Tho Kplarioro challenge' cup donated, is i'perpetual Irnphy.in 1871 by tho latei Rajah 6! Kolapore. The compctittpnYfor .11 calls for teams of eight.'firlnjf'tnrca flhuU.uacb man, at range SCO and 650 yards. It Is' open to .present members .of .His Majesty's? forces Tho. scores for-the first range for cup competition. yards-fired this afternoon, were: South Africa.. 377: Canada--369 Mother.Country, 355; Guernsey, 337 India; Tho Canadians were: Major1 JfJRIchardsoa. Victoria. 49 Major Toronto, 4S; 'Major Norlhovit.'Winnipeg, 43; Caplaih C CroweB 'the satne as would casef had the larger.' On the dry land the crops were in all cases '.planted "OB. i'ltfMme1 fallow land. On the Irrtga'teii laud the grain crops TCcre grown on land that had raieed a Jboed of' spaie year-previous, and the were usually planted on grain land; ResiiHt From.Alfalfa and Hay Grown YVith Irrigation Comparalivd'yields, of al.'alfi and timothy are'nol given, for the 'thal: the.' returns... (rom' these crops have.bcien so low on the dry land that It was hardly .thought worth tabulate them. On the Irrigated, part of the farm the averago yield b! CureO alfalfa Tor the past ten rears has considerably'over four tons per acre. Soroo season) it has ei- ceeded five tons per acre. This is the weight of; the hay as It was hauled to the barn or etack. There are no reliable statistics' avatl< able giving the average yield for district hut It is.iprohsblp in the three (om per acre. farmers "of course obtain' more! than this. Timothy being cut but once yields Ices. From 'one 'and' one and a half tona to.over two tons per acre Is tbe.usual'harVett.'! .35 bus.. i4.uus.'.' 250 bus. il p.c. 105 p.c. about a proved.prbntable.buslnoss, on soils- eminently fitted for Irrigation, and In a clilnute-which for fifteen years has'not failed to show' able results. History of'Lethbridgo Northern Tho Lethhridge Northern Irrigation District is, governed by the Alberta Irrigation District Act passed April 10, 1820; this Act governs all Irrlga-; tlon Districts in Alberta. Water sup: ply and management fall under ,tlie IS rrlgation iAct of Canada, tho Dominion of Lake Scene of .'Toronto and York Interests Active he family to that )e a.surprise to the foremost expon nts-of the, art of mysticism.- Othe good attractions and special music. IS DIFFERENT .There mji'ch similarity in the ?lots of. many'.photoplays, but one n a long the producers hit upo a distinct'novelty and under this la ter category must be placed Unlve Especial "Th Great All' starring Lleute ant 0. L: Locklcar, and presente bere for. the last time- at the Colon! theatre tonight. Lieutenant LocMear has becom world' -famous through being th only man who performs the feat changing frorn one flying plane another in njltl-air. This