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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DA1LTT HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1910 II URGED 10 BE FULLY REPRESENTED ATI The Western Canada Irrjjetlou As- will told ils'thlneenUi au- Uiiil convention' at Medicine Hat, August 4lll. Sib 6Ul- .Ths convention will open at In tee forenoon, -Monday, Augurt 4IL- Thisjs Ibe tine.Medicinfl Hat his.been'chosen for, ail irrigation con- tention. out lie choice Js u happy cue point o! The city 15 most conveniently. fltuated on. the iqaln line, ot Ibe Pacific Hallway, midway SMweea and Vancouver, and Calgiry and LelhbHJge it lorme a trisnglc ol cities in tie fnel Irrigated area of Southern Alberta. It is also adjacent to tba Cyprres Hills duwrici o( Sis- kactheiran. where there are numerous private schemes to supply water to about 100.000 acres o( land. Delegates to Ihe convention and other visitors to Medicine Hat during convention week are assured ot R. very pleasant and profitable time. The promtfes lo be most S. S. Uuohare, and others. Profits Throueh the Interesting and informative. Hotel Eccommodallon is exceptionally good. Tho people ot Medicine Hat are mak-1 r_-' g. department of agrlcul- Ing preparations .to royally entertain lurs T D Pmtullo, minister II. ilutlon. Calgary. Discus- slon, Sydney Carlyle, Live stJOk Com- missioner of Alberta, Edmonton, and olherf. Practical dtaoasfratiou of irriga- tion to Ronalaue Kfcrm ou Invitation of the Canada Land and Irrigation company. At the firm there Oe a practical demon- stration or farming vndtr irrigation, including actual field operations'in respect to the preparation of land for different methods ot irrigation': dls- cuaskm lor which Implements arc usH; comparilive yield o! crops un- different applications of water; crop values and stock-raising, as a means of marketing farm products. Among o'Jiers who have promised to be present and give addresses are: Lieutenant Governor R.' G. Brett; Col. J. B. Dennis, chief commissioner, of colonization and development of the C- P. R; II.'W. Wood. president U. P. A.; Hon. C. A. Dunning, minister of agriculture. SaEktttchen'an; Dr. Simuel Ftortier. chitt ot irrigation ibe and a large attendance as IUED is eirecled. uf women as Opportunity lo look the city's industries will be given to those who desire to do so. An attractive program of .addresses ud discussions have been arranged' BOO" 'ncludo: "Economic of Ilf r K- S. Stocklon, Snpl. of 'Operation and: Maintenance. C. P. R.. Strathmore; Discussion. D. W. Hsyi. manager of Canada Land and Irrigation Co., Med- icine Hat; ,-W.- II. Pairfield, .Supl. Dominion Experimental Farm, Leth- briiige. aod ollK-rs. "Inigat'.on DeTelopment_Associatiou of Soulhern Alberta" S. S. Dunham, vice-president of Irrigation Develop- ment Association. Lelhbridge. Dis- cussion. J- Powelson, Raymond; T. W. Crctts, oiheVa. of lands, promises to an cicel- lepV one, and many other speakers prominent in inlgatloa and kindred natters are sUll being corresponded with. Basis of Reprtsenlitlon The basis of representation at the convention EstabHsiicJ.Tjy lie tallon IE as-folloiys 'The :Governor-General of Canada the Lie'utenant-Governurs of lire urov inces ot British Columbia, wan and Alberta, members of Hie Dominion Parliament, members of ihi legislative Arieir.bly ot tbe provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tbe duputy heads of Ihe departments of agriculture, lands am public works of tbe provinces of BVit Ish Columbia, Saskatchewan and AI berls, editors and representatives "Progress Taber Irrigation agricultural Journals and newspapers -L. Peterson, member board of dlr- published In Western Canada, two ectors, U. F, A., narawell. delegates each for all three "VVny We Want Irrigation as an j delegates each for all irrigation and Dry p. Baker, IrrifaOon colonization companies op Tlce-pfes'ide'nt) U. F. A., .Xemiscam. erating In the provinces of Britisl Uelesitcs for Ihe Canadian' Society ct Civil Engineers and two additional delegates from raca branch ot the soNesy iu IJrilish Columbia, Saskatch- oivan snd Alberta, five Mcii for the Dominlou Provincial Land Surveyors' sssociation of British Col- ubia, Saskati-hevcau aud Alberta, one delegate each for enierlwcntal and farms maintained by he. Ddmlnlou or rrovlnctal govern- uieuts. all provincial Irrigation com. mlsstouers, IXjmlnlon s'uperintcndeut if irrigation, the Domlaiou superin- endent ot forestry, (he Dominion iuperlntoudeul' of water powers, the .-hlef forester ot British Columbia. one delegate from the Canadian Com- Oilssiou of Cgnse.rtntlon. and nenl officers uf the associAllon. South Should RtprejenleJ S. S. Dunham, soling president the Irrigation Development As- loclalioa, is sending ou'. a letter irglng a I-jrse alteuJan'-'O of members at this in order ,10 Arouse this represenia- iva gathering lo iuppon immcd- aW prosecution of irrigation in soulh- Alhtria. The oall should be heed- ed, as It Is the most important prob- em that faces, southern Albertl lo- day. I ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS MEET AT MONTREAt- MONTH EAIj, July and sea veterans of every war In which Great Britain has parllciualed from [he Crimea lo Iho preseul. met in the lobby ot Iho Windsor hotel last night as delegates authorized (or the Do- minion convention for Ihc army and navy veterans in Canada -which open- ed at ihe hotel this morning. About 60 delegates from nil over the Dominion arrived last night and many more are expected today, including W. T. Tupptr, K.C.. Dominion presi- dent, sou of Iho lalo president, Charles Tuppcr. Members of tho Dominion oxeclh who arrived last night were Major H. L' Beck, Kegiua; E__W. l.ow, Winni- peg; H. C. Winnipeg: H. J- Youni, and J. G- Evans, Kingston. .v Major VY. C- Gordon and C. H.' tiros: were already on! hn'nd and-welcomei the incoming vlsitbrs. The Dominion eiecutivc mel this morning. The formal opening look place at 11 o'clock. Discussion, Mr. Jensen. Magrath, and others. Relation o[ Forest 'Clover'to Supply, Particularly in Refer- ence H. Camp- bell? director Ottawa. H-; Flnlarson, and .ethen. on. the Cfoaldile DUcus; lion, forestry, Jr-vKeservo'r Development in Sas- CreeS. Discussion, B.' J. Burlej- or J Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Dominion .commissioner, of irrigation and "two "delegates, one from the Irri- latfon branch and one from the Hyd- rographls Burytys branch of the Irri- gation Conlplrc-yer of water rights ;pf BritiEb. Ccluniblaj aud one delegiile: Rights, breach! or.'the chief engineers of the bla. Hydrpjriphic. .__. TO PnOTECT .SHIPPING VALPARAISO. 'July 22.7rAs n suit of ihe'licavy-lpskei-lo shipping in the hurricane July anil 13. it lias been'decided :lo affon greater prolecllou tha harbor bj creating new defensive works. Modern lite saving apparatus for ships alsi will ee provided. 'ail "agricultural, horticultural, forestry and live slock irrigation and ated associations in British Columbia, .Saskatchewan and Alberta which are ;incorporatea or recognized by the gbyerninent of prov- inces, delegates- uunlcipal, village and rural organi- .three delegates each for- cf a fkK3d Irrigation "boards oEOrade1, chamb'ers of com-'! Grilf In, Brooks. Discussion, merce. and'kindred organizations; live Many of the- ship lost in the. storm had -no engines. BIG REDUCTION IN DEBT WINN'JPFG OF CITY OF WINNIPEG SGX'Ju'.y During, th LONDON, July en of Ingtand opfoiinfl the efforit kiting mitt to remove the long binding prohlbltltn on Ihe Impcrtitlon of Cinidlin the council of cham- ber of hive adopted a report urglnj thai there be no relaxation In Ihe nltrictloni, not beciUM ef dliejir, which It id- milted ts be In Can- ada, but beciuit Canada's extend- ed frontier ekpotei her to eon- rtairt danger from the United Statn, where animal diteales arc always prcten.1. BRITAIN IN LEAD m EMPIRE MATCH LONDON. July Empire match was resumed today in dull, rindy n-eattier. The scores it SOO and 900 jards, 10 shots, were: Great Britain, Australia 1.731; Neil' Zealand, 1.6J9; Canada, The Canadian individual scores were: llorrli, 45, eral In Ihe. interior Is Heal Seville Orange' Marmalade AU Ofanfe A'a cvnwfiflgr. BjlcJirilA care In PARIS, council of (ederalion of Ihc depart- meot of the Seine at a me cling lift night voted ta-eiclutte from the party end-from candidacy (or re-election on the Socialist ticket Lhree, deputies from the department, Rodier, Neotooi and De, Jeaate. reason for Ihe excluaion Lhat'tUe deputies had voted "lor military "appropriations." KING TO UNVEiL" MEMORIAL BY PRESSING 'BUTTON Julr George has consented lo unveil the memorial to Sir Elicnna Carticr by pressing a button at Bslmornl. The Duko ol Connaught today cabled E. "Ur. Vlllen- euTO, president of the Carticr ccnteu- nBfy, of TTfiicd inc former governor- general was a patron, that His Majesty would unveil the statue Uy this method dii Sept. Cr Iho anniversary of Carlier's birthday. A. wire will be run from Balmoral lo connect with the Atlantic and Canadian cabie form- jog a direct electrical connection. A circuit of theatres exclusively for hegfocs has been formed, to oper- In all Urge" cities'of the ncrtli and south. RELAY RAILS We Are Open to Buy 1500 Tons 12to601bs. In offering, state clearly the condition, lengths, what ac- cessories are included and price per gross Jon f.o.b. cars at Consult Us When In The Market Evaps, Coleman Evans LIMITED VANCOUVER B.C. j; -i past five- years undec'War conilitions the- net dVbl of Ihe city ot ,Winnipeg has teen' reduced by li.893JOa.13, During the fiscal 'year ending April 20. fjiis.'the debt-was cut down by pt 'only }9 200 two feolures in the annual report of the board of sinking fund trustees, sub- milted to the cily council. (ADVBRT1SE-MESTI in SHORT NOTICE OF j AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Thursday, July 24th ON THE PREMISES, 607 SIXTH STREET SOUTH COMMENCING AT i'30 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY HOUSEHOLD.7 FURNITURE And effects including: Kumed oak round, extending DIN'IN'G Congoleura rug. .CKIbTONIBR; TWO OAK DRESS- BBS; two rockers; occaaloBBl-Cables; brass trimmed beds and springs with felt GAS HEATER; tiro-hole OAS COOK- INO STOVE; GAS HEATING COIL; quantity ol bed linen, com- forlert, sheets, etc.; good REFIUGBRATOH; small bulfel; JiHchen table; Xilchen urar.; suuilry. HemB of glass anil ohina irare; loola; kitchen ulecsils, elc. I, SALE AT, 2.30 PROMPT CASK PHONES Thtre Will Be An Auction Sale, at Waddington's Auction Rooms on Firday Afternoon at 2 o'clock. 'And Alto at 1018 12th Si South on Saturday Next at 2.30. INDI This hlfh-cJajj.remedy, containing sev- enteen valuable Indian Oils, Essences, Kx- (reels, Balsams, elc., Is most confidently recommended (or any troubles that an oint- ment can reach and cure, and HeUil JAMES DALRYMPLE Third Street A., South, Lelhbrldge, Alberta ,Whe known and told thli preparation for many years. X Paid AfCbtmliko! lout .eft'trteiioe .-.vrilei ai follows! "In my opinion; ''none of tlie widely advertised Ofnlraenta compare irith INDIAN BALM f4Tifne and efficacy" its Vaughn Gains Fourteen Pounds After Tanlac Relieved-1 Trouuie. '-To show you wLal I thi'.lk 'fanlac as been vortli to irtc; I wouldn't be ack In Ihe III I was before taking it or all the money In said llss Marj" residing at ummer stretti Galeibuvg. Ill, In onversation with a.Tanlac repicaent- llve, recently. "At the Urns 1 eol she con- Inued, "niy had been In'suclr bad condition for six rears thai 1 was compelled lo lite on the yery igtilest Tif" foods anil oven Ihen I wonld just agony. There was a onstarit burning sensalion ;and a y feeling like leail the pit of my stomach. 1 suffered' so much alter eating that I p.clually dreaded gr meal time to come, nnd 1 never enjoyed meal in all those six years was also troubled, a Breal dell with let headaches. M> head felt like i ?ould burst at Umes and I actuall) hought I would go'blind, the vain tfa reat. Nobody will ever knovr jug badly 1 did -taller, for I slmpb can'-t' .describe' iL -t was Itlie nervous p6rEon, il .ceems to me, it he worjrl, 5V1iy. I couldn't dress my :cl( end get ready to 'go any- place without gelling so Keafc., and ner TOUJ lhat I Could hardly stand li fleallr life was very little uleasur to me, f felt EO badly all Ihe time "I had tried ao many mcdlcluc relief that I had about con eluded that there was no help for me, but at last I hare gotten rid of It all by taking Tnnlac. Why, Tanlac Is no mcwe.Hkn any other mcdlcinp, 1 have taken than day is like nlghl. 1 cojnmenced Id eat hearty and sleep bclter.ln lust a few days after 1 be- gan taking It. My appetite U now that I just can't cat enough to me and I never have any more trouble with my 'atomach no matter what I eal. My headaches have brok- en up entirely, my nerves arc calm and steady, and if anyone could feel like a new person I do. Jly. friends oil (ell me they hare ncfcr seen me looking BO well. Any way, have gained fourteen pounds In weight by using Tanlac and never Jmow nhat II Is lo have an aclic or a pain, so I have Ihe best of reasons for praising .Tanlac and am glad lo make lhi< statement to be uicd In letting others know aboul It." Tanlac Is sold in' John D. IIlEinhotham ft Co.; In hurst by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warner N, Der- Distributors EXTEND A HEARTY .WELCOME TO DELEGATES AND OTHERS ATTENDING THAT MOST IMPORTANT V GATHERING The Good Roads Convention take, (his opportunity of-making another expression- of our- firm The HUPMOBILE is the Best Car of its Class in the World TACTS "ABOUT THE HUPMOBILE'OF, INTEREST ROADS tij IL la not a difficult to build a comforlable (or ,good -roads, anolher to tiiHd one liat VtLl'be 6omlortable on cverj- kind, ot roarf. The Kiipirio- btle is ao TIO matter hind Is a ruling feature.' ECONOMY Lifce coinforl, economy is built right Into Ihe Ifupmobilc, economy under every condflion ol road, i'ut Hupmobile to any Test, com- pare results and you will fiuil H In- varialily "wins Ihe economy leit. .-DURABILITY i Xdt roads Sire Booil roads, bill they All Took aliko to Ihc mobilo. IL Is Lull: lo alanQ Iho roughest usspc, and lias iri'lced earned Ihc'titlo '.'A .stranger lo Ibc t THE MAN WHO OWNS XONE 'IT'S ALWAYS A FOR US TO REFER'PROSPEOTIVE PURCHASERS TO THE OWNERS OF HUPMOBILES FOR CONFIRMATION OF OUR CLAIMS AND JN EVERY INSTANCE IT 18'EQUALLY AS OREAT A PLEASURE FOB THE OWNERS TO SUBSTANTIATE EVERY CLAIM MADE, i i Correspondence invited. All enquiries most cheerfully H. EKERR MOTORS, LIMITED Successors t'o'H. Provincial Hupmobile International Truck Distributors- Phone' 706-8 Seventeenth Avenue West Phone ,WI550 Calgary m-v ASberla ;