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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt HEKALD WhUNl'-SDAY, 21, 11KW Former 1 Encounter Killer Whales In Saanich Inlet, Victoria o- Mr. and Mrs. Hose With Ingram Children Have Experience Thev'lt Remember (Victoria Colonist.) The dreaded killer-whale is once nsore reported to have been seen iu waters, this Unit at tue en- trance lo 'Saitnlc- Inlet. Mr. and Mrs. A. P ROEO and their daughter Florence, came here last October from Alberta and settled north of-Sidney, have been enter- taining :as visitors for Hie fev: da.vs Mr. William Ingram a-it faintly, Vancouver. The-hosts and' ihetf guests hiive been in the habit of go- ing across by.molor car to lleep.Bay 16 bathe-In' the on the west side of ihe Saanicli Peninsula. They had taken around, by water, Mr. Rose's boat, a fourteen-foot row- boat fitted with an Kvinrude tugine. On Wednesday last, July; they decided the boat home. >Mr. Ingram, Vith 'Florence.JRbse, drove; from- by motor Mr. and Slfs.-.'llose.. with .Sidney- .and Liiey liigram; de- clde'd' lo make. Ihe eight-mile boat trip through the. fetrajC to Shoal Har- bor, iu the Gulf ,of Georgia. VVhen five miles out: from Deep Bay, running inlo mid-channel lo round a point; they" remarked that (he sea was covered with myriads of tiny fish. Following the fish were whal were at first taken tor porpoises or aiud sliarka. suddenly the at- tention of Ihe Interested spectators was attreited shoreward, to -A'hete a huge form rose silently through the water wi'.liin twenty feet of the boat. Whales was the thought upper- most iu each niluil. and with blanched they tremblingly the worsi fate. .Sir. Rose advanced the engine lo full The mon- ster then rose once more, blow- ing and'snorting, and still almost wittiiu oar-leiigtli :0f Ihe little craft. By jooii luck, however..the neit lime li ilived II was lo slay below water, and boating parly saw their un- ERADICATOR IS BEING REPAIRED. UU ll.M.S. Eradicaior. (lying Ibe flag of Commodore on Henderson Lake, was found to have- failed on. her trial trips, being on two occasions at imminent risk ot going to the botloiu in search of the'weeds Bhc.vas-alter, and so nearly, .becoming a submarine Doing to Europe on Thai Mis- Likely Be Mem- ber of Tariff Commission She was, ran to shore in time. was ovins to the dry weather warping Ihe timbers of the boat and sprinting leaks. This has now been remedied, and'the good ship has further had her engine power Increased to double'the capacity. The Business original engine power has been raised t immigration depa___ ._ _, ___ ___ from 20 h.p. to 10 h.p., and this willihe presides, will keep Hou. J. A. C-W- oilier liatrictlc ortaniiatloiiB. At ihe add lo the power of Ihe vessel to jer nway from the capiial 'or at least was explaluet! O'lTAWA, July denial'It given to ft mlemeat appearing-in certain Cant adian newspapers lo the ettecl that uo mon1 photographs of soldier's graves OTTAWA. July jivoiild be supplied to relatives owing v.''h thnlio the shortage of suiiulled for original enginu power has been raised I immigration department ovcr_'whU'h purpoee ur me Re J Cross and As Mr. Calder Is practically certain tc lie a member ol body., .ho will participate iu Its del iberaUont while lu'Uie west. DENY STATEMENT THAT PHOTOGRAPHS SOLDIERS' GRAVES DISCONTINUED welcome friend uo-inore. When they .recovered from eradicate the weeds In thi lake for! which she uas'beea bulls. The Com- inodore has as in his cruiser, which locally uuilt, as Sir Thomas I.iptou has Shamrock When he again Sies His Bag, which has been temporarily taken down for repairs to the erafi, he is fully confi- dent that with the decks cleared tor action there .will cot'bo a wetd led ,n the bottom Of the has been btopped Up and the turushlnK j and acres of fruit lund Id j placed at waters o! tha fiobded Fraser river he bach from Ion tbc-usantl acres of choice farm.land At Nk-inueu Island Ihe flood caused serious damage, inundating four thous- loss 14 J. L. Cornwall, of Kcnora, lias beca appointed principal of the Sutlbury High School. -and Seal Brand Nothing else vrill do No other on compare kith Seal Brand. their fright looked back. to see a whole" school of killer-wnaies spouting and were" agreed that one such ad_- venture. was enough lo satisfy the most venturesome." Hose, when recounting the story' to'a Col- made all speed fori lionse, and _recounted, their .adven- ture, the frightfulness of which they have.not yet forgotten. Rose, mentioned above, ia a for- mer weiH-knpwn farmer of Sundial dU- Irict, while isidney and Lucy' Ingnun .up to a vear. ago were students of LelbbridgS HighcSchool. A.two millioQ is prcn jehed.al two months this -autumn. On August j toOxy that a Cauadum photographic 11. the minister will sail for Knglaud! sia'n Is sttll overseas, lo visit the immigration oflkes local-' Kvery Cr.iiadian grave in-France and eii in Mother Country. e-pect? Beleiuni Is to bo photographed i and to bo abroad for about immediately upon. 1 leave for :the prairie British Columbia. at Oltawn. It Is practU-ally certain (hat by the- time the minister "of Immigration re- turns from Knglalid the commission of cabinet members, which is to in ut a mouth and the photograph, hi each easveefl situation, Mr. pointed out Ih.M if (here is any comfort in the aittiation, weertn in southern Saskatcheu-an have a goot hold, and in southern .Manitoba the .stink ia all over and "my In terfireUtlon la that it Is an aflerniatli of: emergency cnltlvaliorj lb( -Wflr and aggravated by dry seasons.' t' As Lo aoll drifting, we. know Ihere a 'problem In souincrn Saskatche- wan, byl Profewor Harris at the 16ba Agricultural College, stated it Is aj fierfcus problem In Manitoba and Inilhe south-of .N'eepawa and they have .hnen .making considerable IriY.csligallons in cinnparieon lo light heavy soils (hoy found, Jijst an hi our experience, llghler soils appear to move first. 1 [old them of our experiences .when we realized soil dufting was a serious, problem. "We See: Lhnl when soli drifting really gels A'liold lhal all soils go. I Ihem tfiC'parody on the flen, -Thft big fleas Jiave' smaller fleas or Heavy soils have light, soils backs, IQ bile and light soils 'have (fsbler-soils on them, so 'art iiiflnltnni. have not been_so long settled In this province fts In and Snsliatchewnn, but fortunately we arc itble.now to. get Ihe ncneflt; not only itielr In working out remedle.s liut (o aid tti.tbat of our own, which Mr. F'airfield has been lie experimental farm. All of 'thVinformation, they have grad- ually built-up in'years as" to :ions that bo used to control snildrltllng are now at our disposal. One of-the'jribst notable addre-sseK.i at the Winnipeg "meeting was that by Professor .Tobn Bracken, who recently left Ibe University of Saskatchewan and Is now president of The Manitoba Agricultural College. I was able to pcnnade him, in spile of the busy times, to come to Lelhhridse for (ho convention of the Weslorn Canada Ir- rigation Association and give ua the benefit of his advice." In regard to a committee formed on the soil drifting problems, thii Manitoba'.Free Press printed: "The committee of experts, which is io pro-1 ceed under Ibe auspices of tho com-' mission and with Us support, 'will con- tinue and co-ordinate work which ban been slsrtcd on experimental farms, try out and compare methods of ap- plying knowledge already possessed, seek other and new methods of bene- fit to the practical operations of farm- Ing, in ordnr to obtain tbs best eco- nomic results 'tinder the varyine con- ditions of soils, climate. markets, labor, and other available resources.' "This committee consists of Dr. J. H. (Irvsdale, Ottawa, deputy minis- ter, of agriculture for Canada: Pro- fessor John Bracken, principal cf tin Manitoba Agriculture College; L'. McKillican. superintendent of the Brandon experimental farm; Protes !5or B. S, ilopkins. Oiiis agricultural j school; W. H. superintend- i onl ot the LethbrMge Biperimcntel larm; Professor 0. Culler, chair agronomy, University of Allicrta: F. C. N'unnlck, agricultural advisor of j the Conservation." i i I WjNINO CONGRESS AT NELSON j NELSON, inly 160 delegates are Attending the third in- (eraatlonal mining convention berc, this raornlng'8'sesslon being devoted to discussion of Kpotenay topics and prospectors' No machine can do what this new receipt-printing cash register does It ormts tKe name. X SMITH COMPANY 10 MAIN ST. 0.17 0.32 (0. 48 i 3. 09: TOTAL i f Copy of printed for 2. It prints the price of each article. i i 3. It adds the items. i 4. It prints the .total of all items.- r 5. It retains an added and printed record. M1 It also does other Important things for clerks, and customers. .1 Old registers told, repaired, and exchanged. 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