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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXrtCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, 4LBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Many Request For Accommodation For Irrigation Congress Next Week Citizens Asked to Local Board to Look Affer Comfort of Pro- gramme'For Big Event An- nounced. Applications are being received from many men in western cities for Accom- modation in for -the con- vention ot-thc Western Canada Iiri- 'ntion Atwclalioii neit'ifwk." Mr. 'J; Sr Rose, secretary of the board of trade, has of this work and leports that farmers in southern Al ".commeTicefl ,to send la' rpqucstB for rooms This It possible that there ma> bo a last minute rush, and on sach .rule, some; person is inconTOaicnced. It Is of Mr Rose and those promo'iug the convention that of the south w.ho.intend, to attend the; convention should send in their early a date as possible. Mr. Rose will; be pleased to hear from any householders in Lethbrldge who have.: rooms to spare for next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday telephone number is 1021. A'meeting, of the board of control will. bo held. Friday "afternoon when a considerable' amouul of detail will be threshed out. '.The program for tho convention has been .completed .and appears below Besides this Mr Marnoch has arranged for .the K. P hall for an overflow meeting on the soil-driftin; question. Wednesday Afternoon Convent will opea -promptly at: p.m. 2.30-7Delcgates assemble at Con- Tcntlop Hall. Notions! Anthem. In- vocation. Address' of welcome to. prov- ince. 'Address of welcome.-lo city, report. of committees. BANK CLEARINGS- Bank (ar tie week tailing today were against (or cor- responding week a year WILL EAT DRi One Farmer There Busy Bag ging Evil Into Good H In southern'Alberts to not get a crop this year thev should make a fortune Ijy eelltne. chicken feed. That is the war one farmer reas- ons, things out in the Hillsprins coun- Itr This particular farmer hjs a scheme'on foot to catch grasshoppers And place them on tne marXet, alne, as cheap He belieTCS he can dOibette? catch- Iheia than poisoning the nests ant! has invented machine- tu if-1- ilect them; Thls-fhachlne'-will..bo six- teen feet wide, hauled by. two horee? and the hoppers II! be collected in a 'receptacle in the carried Love and Comedy Will Mix ii With Many Views of the City and comedy will be mixed up In the film to.be tuken.in during the neit tKij.days, under :.the direcilon: of W. It Marshall and Xeh Bishop manager of the Phoenix theatre.-" The' film, .as previously. an nounced will ho called Romance 6 a romance- It will tie Of course it would not do lo grre al the details of the story but .suffice I' to. say the love and jealousy wilt botl hare their' parts and-iminiaterV wil also Ret a chance to play his parl Mr Marshall this m'omlng picked bl scenes Tho picture -will Mart McMabpn's Uwn at 622 Eleventh street sontb and several shots will be taVcn there and alonB the street Thi .part will start, at 10 n.m. Friday. A considerable part of the film, Tfll be taken 1 3 Oalt Gardens .and along Fifth street some hair raising stunt will he pulled off Mayor Hardte ani Chief of Police- will Sgiii: prominently in1 the picture Today Ihe camera men 'are taking Pictures of Letbbridgo'i; stores and in dustnes and earlr this orenlag thev thoot the War Veteran's cjub (BjrjAline Michaells.) Oil It's lazy, bazy weather and the pujlfi art.sailing low; I vould iran- cr: where'the heather and the sweet lid rbserblo'w. .For It Is so foolish- eemlag lp be grubbing througb" the !'long lo lie a-dreaming here Ike. .sea Is tossing-spray, here; bright, while foam conies ver. breaking on tho shining sand, here I Imt to be a rover, down the tailing, sunlit. land. Ob, It seems 0 useless digging for a. little bit of old when the wind Is in the rig Ing: and scroll of stars unrolled, bese are singing, winging hours back at me, wtei the In the bowers aaii the inn is on; the sea. And I cannol ult imy dreaming and I cannot settle own; days, when_fiunlfght gold is learning, wheV.each hill-crest wears a rotrn. -In the''hazy, lazy S'ature lurfs me back and her all is like a'tcihcr and her lore Is Ihe'a she.draws mo by.my onging into her tender arms, II her old allurfi comes thronging, a'l -ier old fcefrltcblng charms She U nearer, dearer !even than I knew In days seems very close o'lHeiTeS-Shierneath the Summer kv but Folly 5 doing to be working airday long ivhon the hill scents 1comh iflyjolog and the noods are sweet with nor.g It Is lazy, r, to bit the trail In be1 forest heather. wbite wisged seagulls sail and discussion, "Silos ind by. Hutton, U.S.A., Superintendent of Agriculture and Ani- mal Pacific Rail- way Company, and R. .1.-Ferris, Silo Instructor and Demonstrator, Depart- ment of Agriculture, Victoria. 4 report of Itesolntions Commutes. .Wednesday 'Evening 5 The History and Progress cF Irrigation Around Lelh- bridge' br W H Paufield BSi, Superintendent Dominion bxpenmerjl t-arm, Lctiibridgo u report ot Resolutions Committee. "Irrigation Possibill: ties in Southern. Alberta" by Geo. Aii- -M.EJ C v I C D _M S C H, Consulting ISngineer on Irrigation lol the Province of Al'tierta. i I' Present ind Future ol Irrigation Wound I elhbridgf W. A si.p per and; then charge them flye .cents for breakfast MoVnihj7: V- "British Columbia's Irrigation. by-Hon. T. D. Patllillo, Minister of Lands, British Columbia: and Dlsc'usslon: "Road Crossings, Structures, and Farni by V. H. Peters, Commissioner of Depart- ment of. the Interior, and D. "W. Hays, Gorieral Ma.ndgef, Canada Land aiid Irrigation Co. of llcadluttona. ninl. Discussion: "Tjit Farm llohie and its Surround- by A. Orlflih, Superintendent of Operation and'MNintolwucc, Eastern Sectlorr, Canadian. Pacific Irrigation Illock, nrooks, and J. Urtfnillon, Coal- dale. "Alberta-Schools of Agriculture Ju Relation to -oy Hon. Duncan .Mrtrshfill, Minister of Agriculture for Alberta. Adjournment. Friday Afternoon 2.30-r'lnal Report of Credentials Committee'. Kinnl Ileporl of Itesoliillons Com- niltleo ,nnd of HCROlutions. Etepbrt of Xominallons Cotumittcc. Selection'of the tiosl iilace of moct- Ing. Adjournment. Marshall Ttas tapt Iqter vlowlQg people -.ifhb: desire io tak part in'the' filtn.: -He more and applications' will he receiv 4 right up to tbe time, of the scene, RED ARMY THREATENS EAST PRUSSIA NOW 1 LO.SDOS, Jnlv Germa HelchsUg has been suntihfned to qtec Monday, accordtOB to Eioh Telegraph dispatch frbm'3Berlin. :II will include a-discussion the date the presldefltla elections A Koenlgsbnrg message t the Exchange Telegraph Compan savs plans are proceeding tor the fo matloh oJ red ariny in EaM Prussl. OPEN RYE SEED BUREAU SATURDAY. Mr. A. W. Slurphy is espect- ed on Saturday or Monday, to open for winter rye seed. He will also be connected hopper work. When you Prescriptions