Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JULY 20. DAILY HKllALU PAGE NINB U.FllOMS Tho secretary-treasurer. W. A. therefore bo in mind 'that thi 'jlamlltoa of to Stride District 1 Is a Movement of bolt, .VW lUsocixmn, has Pressed tho j importance and ,vorthy o following circular, loiter to our utmost zeal ana effort. the constituency: in order to successfully carry ou "Dear our purpose, much organization and t "I -in pUased to hand you under educational work raus( be done. Th co Ver copies of the Constl olfims and DlrecWrs chosenby you 'IS of tho Letbbridge District U. Convention are, Hie youwU. y A. This organization. as you are owned In faruitai and vlware was formed at a Convention to five liberally ol tbeir time to til :'hotd hi Lethbrldg Ton 5lav 23th and movement, mart have- your. utmost a 30 h a rtteS Present delegates .uiiu. choVcu by the Locals or tbe U. A. them Invo personal political motlye, and U P W A- o! the Lclhbrldee or ambitions to gratify but are anliua Federal Conslituency, Tho Constitu- ed aolely with, the '-ttbn adopted 'oulllncs the objccU Ing out ami purposed of Ibo organization as havo placed In their haute, for Sri? aV could bo done, at Ibis tall- good or 'VIIM u Consul ialBtago of iu oilstence. I trust that oncy and of. the counlrj. They bar Jl will can a meeting of your Local at your earliest convonlcuco and cause canvass of tho of the enli same to be tead thoreat. District In thin c.nva.s 1 1 urge yo the Wa position Is very great. 1 bespeak -your htariy Assistance and co-operalion, We are starting on this work without a dollar in oar treasury.. of the lonsiiiuiiori pro- vides that each member oE the U. F.: A. and ,V. F. w- A lllt'als w cenlE pec year for Hie maintonuucc aud eipenses vt ths.- district oreanl- ratlon. Tnls is a very small fee when the great, work devolving upon the you kindly take manor up at once with .your .WL'mbi-rs nyd tollect and remit this levy to Hw sccrclary-treas- urer, as our ooaril has already incur- red considerable t-xpense In the print- ing of tbe in obtaining the necessary gtaiiouury supplies and other arraUKemcnis for tarry- Ing ou the work. Hetveen Governments Uomin- aletl Hy and Dictated to By Labor MOXTRKA 25. -W. J. I Vulcan Advocate) Coy W. Johnson and 0. Me- Plicrson returned lasl Monday from thf ncirlli counlr> v.-here TVt'y spent about days investigating the hajr situation, going as far worth as Lesser Slave Lake. As reported by'lhe Oov- There arc fairly good crops ol grein dt many points and a particularly crop from thro'jgh to Standard, wlipre iiulivijual ftel'ls should run from Uj to Hi bushel? of wheat to this acre (Joou grazioK grass was noticed ail through tin above country trav- ersed. Either cf Hie a'oove geutlemea >vho tlu> nip i-iprtially io gain all Hie information rejjirdinK the hay sinmioii, will ho pleased to 0 oiit ,lo any iuttVested per- son. FIVE KILLED IN EXPLOSION ON U.S. NAVAt TENDER lier. K O.. of Winnipeg, u-as re-clev'e'l yesterday toM the presidency ol tho i erutnent nfticia s the 'luaHli hay Array Veterans' Association Canada, In session a s w in cauaua, in suosioii tu IMU let me urge upon you sor ;u second annual con- "aiid'-your members the utmost zeat; of tho organization. The re- in" the work of ilislric-t organi- j niiinder of. the officers elected ful- iatiou, Strive earnestly to increase' .oinins out ui' tliis district will __. upon ll'o of water iu the 1 ure under watH. the number and stimulate the activ- ity of your members. every farm er. ahu'every farmer's wife and his low: t'ol. Mcl'auElanil, Toronto, first vice- vice-yri'bident; Malor W.'Gor- er armers we am s vice-yresen; aor sons and dauBhU-r, into your local. third vice-pr -s locals a A1, pic.-'fiiit much of the lest iu occurs llu-rt is prospecls for a t-ul ul fifty to fixty thousand toui. Tile water at present :s feel higher lhan u ON BOARD THE U.S.S. NEW MEXICO. July Via men were killed today in a boiler explosion on the U.S.3- Melville, a nava! tender at- tached to the Pacific fleet, Cspt. chief of staff, been sdvised. gaitlutlda has in view all of the hsneficcnt objects orour parent or- edst and broaden the scope, Increase and inten- 'si'fy-lho influence of the Association hasten the nltaiument of Its 'great purposes. It is proper to remind 'you thai this movement IB inaugural- 'ed at tho suggestion of our U. K. A. j leaders, (men like our esteemed Pres- ident. Mr. Wood) and that it Is 'prompted earnest convictions 'that the conditions existing throusb- .out Iho country render such action imperative. Very Important, vilal and in Eomo respects dangerous Issues of an social and industrial character confront us and there is no porilon'ol our people from whom more sane and .reasonable views, ac- and' policies can be expected than from the farm men and. women. It is accordingly one of tlie import- ant functions'of our District o'rganlza- Miens to gathorin a purely democratic 'manner Uig'political sentiment of our 'farmers and. members .o( ,lhB IJ.F.A. 'and U.P.W.A'. throughout this con- 'and to give thereto such force and direction, as will tiiiako it a-potential factor in the pol- itical life of the nation. It is Ijeliev'ed with good reason that .demands .and .efforts 'ujidn' 'the most" practical and Vila! principles nnd policies for which our farmers stand, this organization, can exert-a: conlrolling influence in 'the of those who shall represent us iri''bolh Provincial and Dominion affairs This v.ould bj a loug step Ib ivntil.lho attainment of-the objects of our Association.' and of kindred organ- I'ctlons Ih'roughtmt Canada; If should cusslnp "wilh onr farmers the of the Association and the by the ad ent of 'Its interests. You tin Hy have In your Local and com members -.who can assist In irk. Bend their names In to the Secretary. Aside In Ih! great work, such'.actlve personally benefit your member by developing the existing latent ta ent they have In Ihls which i one of.lhb important educational pu poses of our In reference further Io our Consti- tution, you will note that U provides for tho holding .of .District Conven- tions at least.'once'in each year, the time for the annual. Convention being designated as I he first" part of Decem ber. At such Conventions1 it is oui purpose to dis'cuss and act upon al! matters pertaining'toMh'e welfare of our farmers whether of a political or oilier nature.'It is suggested that Locals having resolutions which 'they virii to present at Con them first before on District Convention'for .discussion and determination. Ttiis.would result in a sifting out of mailers, of this' najiir and would ciirlail the labors and sav much time consumed1 at t'Ho Provlncia Convention and' assure' the presenta lion of such mailers 'there as wer essentially sound. The matter of co-ofiorative tradin and (iiiestlons of a local characler pa-- ttcularly affecting our conntituencv MISS ANNIE WAR3 Il2 Haien St., St. "It k with pleasure that I write to leli yoo of the great benefit I rectited from the use of your medicine, I WAS ft great sufferer j for.many Head- aches and Constipation. I tried everything, cousulied doc-tors', tut nothinf seemed ''clp me until I tried 'Fruil-i-tivea'. After I had taken several boxes, I was completely relieved of troubles and hftve been unusually well ever since." Miss 'Fniit-s-tives' Is fresh fruit juices, concentrated and increased 'in bishop ilidwe'l, of Ontario, and Car- dinal Hegln. of Quebec, joint chap- lains; It. I'- Irving, secretary-treas- ircr. The representiitivus from ihe var- ious provinces to the' Dominion execu- tive were as follpsvs: Comrades Young, for British Colum- bia- Tees, for Alberta: Kvans. for On- perlty our own is Inseparably inter- iiolman, for Manitoba; Cross, woven. Have all who are eligible to i [Or Quebec: Duffy, for Nova Scotia. citizenship auJ have not done so. taltc for Saskatchewan. iiutj to organize and enthuse locals, in adjoining localities where none now exlst.L Encourage union meetings of nelgllhoring locals. Study our great problems broadly and deeply with a view to bringing about a solution whlcb will bring relict and prosperity to pur fanners and to every class and Industry hi whosu welfare and pros- the going down snitieiently i cutting the heavier flats Mr. Jolinion itud Mr. Mcl'hl'rson motored through to Kd- on tliu C. K. line back via. Dayslaml. Killan, llardistr. I'm- vosl, .Monitor, Y'jungstowii. Manna. Munson and Standard, .anil failures will not occur in ANY YEAR unless you have ciop insurance. In the you can secure Crop Insuiance for One lar per acre. Does it pay r1 A Few v Facts Regarding the District And a Few Reasons Why You Should OWN IRRIGATED LAND Does it pay to Irrigate You will pay more than that in any year" to insure against hail, bul you cannot insure against Drought, unless you own IRRIGATED LAND. Do YoU'Know That every day now farmers and stock men from all over Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan are in this district by the dozens buying up Al- falfa and Timothy at from to per ton, that the large portion of this hay is going to farmers in Southern Alberta whose land was selling in the prosperous, years from io 'per acre and while for the past "two yeais has not taised feed enough for their own stock. Land Values The imp'resslon soeras Io have gotten nrmuul liiat the Coaldale landa are advancing so rapidly in price that >ou cannot afford to buy them This 14 not it is (rue that somo have refused as high as an acre for tho land and this crop, there- Is -still plenW of land thnl can bo bought al very reasonable prices and an excellent terms 5 ta'nd is advancing rapidly and sou will have to act quick We are bringing In men every from the Western Slates and they are grabbing this land'quick- If It looks good to lltcse practical irrlgators it should be good business for YOU. t Here are a fetv samples of land bargains mat vn can offer f6r a short time These arc less In price than 'dry lard In some districts has sold for. One half section raw land, six miles from Coal dale, water right tor hundred nnd thirly acres. Can be bought to- ?50 per acre, land contract for 14 years Two quarter Actions, fue mitc'i from Coaldale, full water rlgtil all irrigable, partly in alfalfa fui he bbught without crop for }S5 acre Easy terms. Can bo sold crop if rlcsircd havo a nurntjfcr of farm's from two tp four miles, from roaldnlc wilh good Improvements lhat cnn be bought for on easy term's DOES IT TO BOTHER WITH DRY LANDS WHEN YOU CAN GET IRRIGATED LAND AT THESE PRICES We say so. Farming without luigation in any pait of the great Noith West is a gamble. Why not play a safe game? If you must faim drylands, get some irrigated land and faim it also and at least raise enough hay to cany your stock through the lean years without having to sacrifice or pay e'xoibitanl pi ices'for hay. Remember That it is the steady, never-failing income fiorrt an Inigat- ed Faim that will make oui lands sell for to an acre, while non-krigated lands duiing ihe diy years cannot be sold at all. 1 Get in on this land while you can. The Coaldale District can suppoit Iwenty times the population it now has, Do not wait too long These lands will not be foi sale at these pi ices very long. i If you want any information about this ditnct see .us. We were here before the efcpect to' stay. Ourinterefsts are here .and are interested in youi success. Our interest does' not end with the sale. N Deal Direct We hav'e on our lists practically all of the Irrigated Land that is for sale in the District, Gome to the Annual Celebration of thcjCbaldale Haygrowers ion July 30th, land Let us ShoVr You What we Can do OWNERS OF COAL- DALE TOWNS1TE THE SU6GITT AGENCY COALDALE, ALBERTA OFFICE PHofe: (Uthbridgt- Ex.) R207; RESIDENCE R810.