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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TAUE FOUR THE LETHBRIOGE DAIfcY HERALD- She Idbbcttxje, Hlfierta AND WEEKLY xid YHE' LETHBRIDCE HERALD MINTING COMPANY LIMITED ltd South, Lethbridge W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager .25 s.oo 4.23 2.50 1.51) Member Audit Bureau of Circutetions. Subscription Kates; Daily, 'deliTered, week Dally, bjr mail. per year Dally, by mail, for 6 Daily, by mail, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mull, per year to U.S. 2 HIGH PRAISE FOR SIR LONER COUIN It vould to bard to imagine man retiring from public lifo ment tbat has assumed the result bilUy to assist then; it! disposing e( i tho bouds. Tu those I'aiuiiinr with 3? of irriiiiitiou in othi'r (recliojn of the district, there i? mi eliuR lhal there is any risk bol.inU full guarantee of the bonds. Irri- gated lauds across tho river from tlie Northern project eeli to- day at as hish as he drove !0 andcot by can thus prcrtdoa for old br Hied mm xnay br accuoiu- laUon ot amouBU. M of 421 UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch Branchei alto at Cudston and Batons C. G. King, Manager spending money Northern Alberta. wot.t is the water .to enable more grants for Irrigation eurveys unless the. Province made recognition ihat the Dominion's duty in connec- tion with Irrigation development end- ed there. Responsibility for the ncllial development ot irrigation was defined ttt be -with tho Province; After some negotiation very willing- ly it is true, accepted the definition and assumed the responsibility. The correspondence In connection with these negotiations was produced at the last .session ol Parliament'and makea it'absolutely clear that the Do- minion's responsibility ends with surreys.- At the last session of the lure, Alberta actually assumed thia responsibility by providing an fund to protect interest pay- mention bonds ot Hie .l 7 Northern .project. Under .uxisling _ financial cbntlll.iona tha have not been this limited guarantee. The .farmers Jn >ir. Melghen couldn't milk the cows but Mr. Wlgmore did drive the milk wagon. An i H. D. Bennett's, estimato.of the new Priine Minisler. Ge.orga. assures 'the German Foreign Jlinistcr that the Allies are "uo.t.. bluffing.1; the AUies need fa to-be assured that IB not "jbliiifln g." Germany claims that' her national wflalth before the was 220 billion' gold .marks, tint it is now not more than billion gold marks. It would be interesting to knov; how much' of the ilifToreuce has been quietly con- I veyfd to Switzerland and other parts k trlct, most of them rate.' wilt of ICurope. There in room at the top in Canada thia year and '.they arc pressing liard for 'tint cmn mencemenl of the coiitlructlon-of the dfSnUe what some of the proleleriat Melglicn, Canada's new Premier was a chore hoy on a irrigation system. Krom many clslrr.. Arthur the member for Ihe Federal In wbii-ir they reside was urged lo do all he.could to interest Ilio Dominion Governmenl lo co-opcr- ite with Ihe Province In disposing of farm not so long ago ami it Is only fifteen years since the new Minisler of Customs was driving a milk wagun In SI. John, K.II. Hard work .Mr. Spinney, who comes'Into Ihc Ihe bonds. Thu Federal mcmbeV re-! and confidence In one's self are assets turns from Oltawa will, tlie inliina-; Worlb while lo me'n In any or .lion that the fJovertimont' will lake-tho bonds If the 1'rovince puig its credit behind tbem. ably as tlie llullclin the 1'rovinco if It bonds could dis- pose them, as readily an 'Hie Do- minion. Whal the people .di-siro is Ihe. sale of the bfjnds, nol at n fiacri- lice, but at a good figure. The Domin- ion. Is likely'to, take tb'em at pit'r iiniV .Ibe farmers, wllhotil crops 'or sercral and knowing lhal Irrigation! will save Ihelr holdincs and rloublo ,nnrt ambassador to the United States. Who was a guest of Sir Thomas Llpton on board the lalter's steam yacht Vic- toria. A guest on board tho'Victoria was Major-Genera! Xelson A. Jliles, who was or.e of the "boyrenerals'.' of the civil war, and a famous Indian fighter. Captain Nathanel ilerraholT, design- er of. the'defender Resolute, was a guest jot J. P. Morgan on the stcarn yacht'.'Coraalr. -V. Belfast BELFAST. July 16.-yNo.wa lhal the Shamrock JV had won Ihs.' jirst nice (ho series for received nmid joyous, scenes last night, liocaiis.e.., in> the- cverit .'of the iiltlni3t.e.victory.of Sir ThpmW U Ion's ;yacht, .will Large crrfwds.there f Ina refiatla belag-heni (iiVrlng'ttie- pres- ent ;wfiok; awallsid rejibfis! of -the re- sult" ot the intense; inierest. reached homi last night. Mrs. F. Morrhp and litlie son are on a .to, mother. Rumor says ihat ia leaving lo take charge of Ihe Alberla Pacific Elevator at Standard! Mrs. McLaln ''ft'nd' daughter, "Mrs. Sickles ol Medicine Hat, motored up from the 'Gas City1 today. Mrs. McLaln was, looking for a house .to rent -as coming to live here, Mr; McLain being the nevrly-ap pointed manager of the Elevator. Mr. Hurlburt and daughter Hose, left on Monflay for" Carmangay, lo visit Mr. Lon Hurlburtl-' Mrs. T. LaMarsh of Winnifred was island visitor torJay. Mrs. T. Ingoidsby is spending a few days in Lelhbridge. Mr. Frank Sutlon of Retlaw was- ft business visitor irt town today. Messrs. Harry Albert Grigshy and Mr. with Mr. Eamlc Allen, formeii a fishing parly .that went to Klkwater. Ipke. Thnv ed this Talier hascliall team failed to' to ball with tho Bow Island Scout tbam tonight. Eye Uatlly Hurt Through His Falling on a Cullivafor Iriple Iboir value, ask thai Iho Pro- (From Our Own Correspondent) COWMCV. July Thc two rains uf last week were life savers of tin- crops. Although tho're was almm eighteen hours rain, ,fs moisture nnedffl. There Is year. over-abiindanre of weeds thip csiiUiriK from HIP high winilp Mm-joric Agcil Seven, Falls Fnlo Elk ;River While Minister wilhoiii porlfoliu, ia tc. [irescntatlvc business man of (hut lirnvlncc and up imlil i'an, ari active Liberal. II" is a clone of the I'rcniier; tlie two Very adnnialion ftxifts lo- wards c-ach other. >ir. Spiur.oy never was in pnlillcs prior lo Sfn7 but lie is the type of man who doesn't riu poliliis any barm, lie Is ,m nprirht. li'jnoraWe man of excellent repuic. l-lveryone sorry lo learn nf lillle Km >if.Mr.. Laurence Clelauil. The follow fell on to Ihe oil- tlvalor, soiiii-IWng abmil which pnnrv the; eye. He was nishc.l ns iinssllile dootnr 'but II Is linpoMFlbii- to (oil ycl Ihe sight tif lliii be. saved.: Mr. Coivln of CalK.-iry is spending his vat-atioti with bis wife and chil- dren al Ihe Klifphcrd Hum-h. Mr. and Mrs. liolii. Lllllelon :irn fpciidiiig Hit wcok-wiii in Hillcrctl. Tbji'.ncfaiai ,'f FBtlNIE, K.I'., 'dangbter' and -Mrs. 'Kifer tiarjier, of Llfla city, was'dmwned this (iflEyrioon'in'.lbe Elk'- rivor l.caiiynli' B.C.; .The illtle w.ts one; party'of pic- nickers winj vvciit iloVvli 'to Ihe canyon today. While playing about the upner falls the liule gin lir some way fell into the river and the rapidly (lowing current took her over the falls mid down toward tbe falls. Con- stable florman nnd a" largo number have endeavoring lo re. cover the body but tbe swollen condi- tion of tiic river makes It almost Im- possible to do anything In the way of recovery. The city police have served war- rants upon the proprietors of Ihe King's hotel nnd the Hotel Fernii Ibis aflernoon rlmrging thorn with having ll'iuor in their hotels ctatrary lo tbe Prohibition Act.' wllkcoiho before Miigistr.ite JVlilfiiBier tompr- row for trial. [AUSTRIANS rATltS. July 1 cif ralintaiions uf ih'o Ocr, main, wbldr titubilaSyfA 'jeftcc-lietwcen Ibe flllliis AnttrlS, (OioTf'pla'ce. this inorning In Iht clock roo'hi al Ihc for elgn (illltc. .fules presided ovor (.eremony.- ATtartvarn lion ol inlnnriliis wllliin the former nl the Auttro-Hungariah cm plfu. ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS1 Are Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices You save money because' we nave twenty direct factory stores in Canada. Ask for style Booklet. We are cleaning up ooin Cnnva.s Footwear; also pur Leather Oi- fords and Punips at pr'ices which are greatly prices. Women's Kid and-Patent Leather Pumps up to novv pnced Women's Oxfords, up to 00, now priced Women's Blown Kid Luis Pumps, now priced v at Women's White Canvas McKay Bais now priced Women's White Canva.s Welt Bals. up to now Women's White Canvas Welt Oxfovds, iip now priced 4.95 Women's White Canvas McKay's Oxfords up to now priced .V: Children's Sandals, Brown Canvas Men's Oxfords, all lines'up to These are all sound bargains which Nothing sensational-here, will give satisfaction. NO APPROVALS. NO EXCHANGES. TERMS CASH. ASK TO BE W. J. Nelson Co. SHOES FOR FITTED SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL AGES mess Women of today worn to listen to every cal! of duly tho supremo onn that tells them to guard their health. Homa duties, church activities, and Ihehundrtd-and-onB cnlts for .charitable enterprises coon'lead ;womcn to ovenlo. Nervousness, headaches, backaches and female troubles are ih9 inevitable result. Philadelphia, Terr Trnys tired, my back and I Yelt aicklj of the time.. I wciit to A doctor he KlUi i had nervoiis indigestion, added 16 mj weak condition, kept m'fc.vrorryingmcwt of he if I could that; 1 could not gel well. I licard ao much 'about i.ydia K I'inklmm's Com pound my hushabd waiiied me to trj it J look it for a neck.and felt a little belter. I tfftpl it up for three and I feel fins and caVi eat anything -or ncrronsncs-i. Deftlth and happiDeuf Yc.% I hivt liolh .1. WOETHLIJIB, North Taylor Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Tho majority of women Domdajs .overdo, tlinrn aro so many demands upon their time and strength; tho result is invariably a weakened, rori-down nervous condition with headaches, back- ache, irrilabililjr and soon more serious, ailments Avoid Ih'etn by taking in tinit ;