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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL, NBW8 WHERE YOU SXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HKBALPSFAGBOP NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920 LETHPHIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Irrigator Will be King in Lethbridge For Three Days Starting Wednesday Annual Irrigation Congress Gets Away: Wednesday Afternoon Problems To Be Dis- of -Coal- dale Irrigati on Belt Arranged. Farmers -Vlli rule In Lethbridee Wednesday. r At 130 tomorrow after- uon they will o'mcUilly be the guests of the Irrigation As- sociauoti' arid .-will commence to hear the good things hia ay experts will" tell ,them about their many problems. Brett will opes the convention and Rev. Gore Barrow will fender the opening priyer.' the openin ext three 'd r'or the text three 'davs every rtay will farmers' day In the Toe Western Canada "Irrigation Associa- tion's convention is a farmers' .affair entirely and. all proceedings will have to do with subjects of vital intereii In. tho agricuHnrists 'of sonthem-Alberla. Oh Wednesday niehl they, will hear; government, men, provincial and liaveao, ray, and in' the afternoon the subject of inbsl interest. to them. will be a discussion on silos and silage. Citiieut, and 'business raoti of Attend the First Session Tlic members oi the Board of Coulrol of the Western Canarla Irrigation Azspcution Congrot, wliidi opcus Wednesday, invited the members of (lie Board of Trade uid their wivee lo attend the openiug Session of, the p.m. jn the Colonial Theatre. Ac this licut.-Govcnior Brclt will speak, besides tevctal .other pronupent.citizens. bridge are. presented .with a wonder- ful opportunity to show farmers" of southern Alberta, that there is a'real erta. public spirit In. ibis city and that they :'can 'think ofJ soaiothing besides the almighty On Thursday after- noon citizensi of give.the deleg'ates an entertainment, insofar as the city Is paying'fofr the refreshments th'e Expcrlmehtal Fann. The Auto Tour At- present one hundred owners of motor cars iu Lethbridge havo fied Hhcir Intention of being.on the -job Thursday afternoon take'visil- era for a tour Coaldale district and ;jiack ID. the Experiniputal Farm. As it has been .impossible to approach every owner of a niolor car ITI Letb- bridge on.this .subject, Arthur.G. Baa-. chairmanr of- the transportation committee of of control for! the isijuc anJc-[ ritatlon'tb all owners'to'give'a help- Ing The party will leave tbe Colonial .theatre at 4 when'the afternoon session will close, aud will be takeu .through the Coaldale district to John Hamilton's 'farm where the visitors will be 'shown it woitderful garden. Mr: Baalim recently 'vjslled this, garden ind .wi.ll; vpucli Tor this, particularly ibotit tlie.brani-bf strawberries. Fro'ra (here they along the north roaklale -road to farm ti'on. Along this' road the visitors ivill-see irrigated land on; one side dryt.farmirig on ._ will reach the''east-gale OH at 7'p.m. 'wh ere i be served. farru refresh- I s'y w IU, -be and halfthpur slop have entered en- into this-affair and. a '.arge party of them will come to Leth .bridge, lo visitors sc ;hey can give frret haii'd on .any snbject relatiV to faJmlng in :ho district. Jo'tt KIIW faction aj this is what Is wanted from biiBinesjmen and cltiKne of Lethbrtdge.' Those their BO tor can notify Mr. Biallm at H21. .-_- i JBOTBinj; com- menced to front win- dows with ilftlfa in accirdabce with he request of the decoration'commit- tee. Notice was. received it the.board of trade offices this parties will Vtrpni Enchant, Claresholm, Redaw, .Tvomond and Ma- srath. A speetai. car .lie bo tho train from the nqrth: tpmprTow'morn- C.- F., Jamieson, vice-president of the board of trade, and Dinning have betn appointed official delegates from the board of trade to the con- vention. Geo. G. Anderson, the well-known Ir- i rigation engineer, will not' be able lo 'attend the but" has for- warded a paper which will read by Jamiesou. NEf USE FOR THE ALFALfA OOE6 THE TRICK FAKEFt ALARM; The prife cock of sheep of A.C. Btewirt, which carried off the championship at the Bran- fair, were fed on alfalfa 4 and, alfalfa meal supplied, v whjle pa circuit, by Use Firm Ltd. The sWew imons other things, is testimony to vaiv? of these feeds. V-. the Serious Offeiw is Punishable By Are Warned One' Genius' Creates it Into a Novel Invention Nipped By Police Wedttesdiay WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Contention will opeu promptly at 2.39MIOT. assemble at Con> volition Hail. National. Anthem. In- Address 'of welcome to Address of welcome to ORy. Chairman's Address. Secretary's Report. '..W-- Appointment of Committees. Add re's a and.dlscujslon, "Silos hy'q. II. Button, B.S.A., Kiperinlanient'of Agriculture and Ant- rail Indtu'irri.' pacific Rail- v.-ay (JociparijV jvnd, fi. J. Ferris, Silo Will Be the Favorites During Irrigation Them on Your Flute' At'the weekly Rotary ciab luncheon held at the ijight; the antertainment'committee; presented; a program consisting -'of'.musical nnm- berg given of the Rotarlan- also schooled in slaglng some special'sohns for use at be-'held on Monday evening-at .the' Experimental farm. The following-songfl are bound to he very, popular the ncxtifew_daya and every citizen ofitb'e-cKy is ei- pected to Join in the. (Air v Southern Alberta! You're tiie only place that! And. when the water rans through the We'll. be .worth a; m-m-m-mlllion dol lars. more.' Mister Dry Firmer p. (Sung all over'AlbsrU--with Im- mense success by Irry Gationlst) (Air: "Mr; Good morning, Mr. Dry Farmer, Are your prospects just' as good i mlael i Good morning. Mr.'Dry Farmer, I'm surely feeling fine. When the wind blows hard, have lots o! It the appears to lie no limit to the Ingenuity of whiskey pro-, ducer in the ways and means he to obtain the The latest device, as divulged in. a case recently litard at Medicine Hat, is to convert th'e common cr domestic wash boiler into a patent still. This is done by stand tn tho holler, round which the .quid ohUlned from the Is ed. On top of tho stand is placed a receptacle in the shape of a basin. The coyer of the boiler Is then in- erted and placed on top, with the handle facing downwards. In this IB poured cold water, transforming it jn- 0 a cooler, the liquid la then heated rom below, and the evaporation rnee't- og the cold surface of the boiler top ncornw concealed and running dp-wn he hand enters the here's yodr home brew whiskey. conviction was obtained in that he liquor obtained by the process mentioned was not in commercial qiUntitles. At the same time a point it law is raised as to what constitutes 1 still, the possession of whic his un- lawful and holds the owner liable prosecution. Every housewife who owns a washboller comes under sus- picion, and will havo to move very warily lest she give the police somo- 'hing to go by for prosecution. In; some.lio' the washboiler will now attain an importance to not given It, but all the.samVa warning should bo taken that 'the police are out looking for. ers should they be diverted lo-other "ban .their legitimate uses. .-ipil bempnatrator, lturc, report of Kesolutiona .of WEDrJESDAY "Tho History. 'and ProgrnM-'of' Irrigation Around l.eth- -by. W. II. Sjpcrinlcnil'jiU -of Dominion Experl- mer.liai Favm.-.l.cthbrlrlge; report of -lieiolutlons "Irrigation Possl- blllilciin ria'iilhorn by Oeo. AucTqwm, at.B.I.C., M.I.OiE., M.A.9.C. (.'onBultlitg Kiglneer on Irrigation Ilia Province of Alberta. Address; and Fu- ture nl Irrigation Around by W. A. Hudmnan, Member of Do- minion Puvlinmeiil, for Ailjourr.racHti _ ou then the cut Good morning, Mr, Farmer, Are your prospects just as good as Are your good as Are your prospects', just as 'good aj ''MINE? The meeting then adjourned to thj gymnasium, whert Barney Maabe. gave very Interesting 'exhibitions o his eklll as a wrestler, meeting tw worthy adversaries and Tanqulahln both. A report was made to the club tba some of the equipment recently pni chased for the children's playground had been shipped arid would soon be on the ground ready for use. A number ot the torn are asalstln In transporting Girl Guides of the clt who leave for their vacation camping ground tomorrow. Police.Have No Clue as Yet to j. Trace of Any Relatives Youths .of the city who are In the habit of pulling the fire alarms In the: streets, just for" fuit, are warned'thit.It is a ser- ious offence to do meaning three months In jail without the option of a fine. All those who take part in the same, even as bystanders, without actually pult- ing the bell are .liable to.punish-' ment. At a result of z faise alarm raised last night, about half past nine, alarm being given in the way'of a joke, at the box on 11th Ave. and 10th St., bringing the' fire brigade out, a youth has been arr'ested and will appear this afternoon, at the juvenile police court. Nothing furtHer has developed with regard to the man found with his throat cut under a C.P.H. culvert near Burmla. The BUp'poslUon is that he s these parts and was broughi in from the States, from which there is a tremendous traffic at this time. It ii surmised that the deed whereby the murdered mail lost his lite was the work of some Black Hand ori.iec'rct Bpciety in the States, and that the .murdered man was followed, decoyed, and made with. All at- tempts to trace anybody wno tho deceased have so far failed. Al-j though many likely Indlrfduals have been Interviewed not a clue has been discovered which would help towards identjncatlon. The cut on tho throat man was a clean one, and there show that anything in the shape of a took Whoever the murderer or murderers were they toojc great palnn lo remove anything would help to lead to suspicion', affair Is. still a mystery, the nationality of the deceased.: ,A Police are'stlll .JUKled over the murder at Burmigv: Kb announcement has been made, as. .to the identity of (he foreigner-founj In the culvert near Bhrnils last week'a'nd Tho Herald un- derstands that cSorts made to identify the not brought the.deslred GOES TO HOME TOWN ilr. Duncan Brown, late priu- dpi! of the Hieh school, has been offered and his accepHd the post of Science Master "J (special subject) In the dou Oollegiato iDEtitute, don Ontario. Ixusdon Is Mr. Brown's home (own. He Is in, the city, and Is highly pleased with the position ho is to occupy.