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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta tpAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HE3ALD JULY "becalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Strtct South, Lethtirldgt A. BUCHANAN President and Managing John Torranc'a Business -Manager Member Audit Bureau of CircuwtloM. Subscription Hates: Daily, delivered, per week .25 Daily, by mail, per year........ S.OO Dally, by mail, for 6 months 4.25 by mall, 3 months 2.60 .Weekly, by mail, per year.....1.59 Weekly, by mail, per year to O-S. 2.00 WELCOME TO THE IRRIGATIONISTS To 90 body of men are those who are interested In agriculture end ontzation more Indebted then to tha Western Canada .Irrigation Associa- tion. The Association, In its alms and endeavors, figuratively fulfils the merciful errand of1 him who bring .water (o tie suffering thirsty. It alms to open-the sluice gates for the of Nature to spread over the dry lands and to make fertility where otherwise fertility. Is not alto- gether possible. In this Its mission is attuned to that of a hjgh ficial calling.. In the call for produc- tlon it alms at supplying the power whEch water furnishes to materially sid and to increase that production. In this It is doing not merely a local but a world's work. Irrigation Is a primitive industry- It is" as old as agriculture itself. It has proved Itself to be' the handmaid of agriculture from time immemorial, with the'.basic purpose of Increasing the productiveness of soils'by the ad- dition of water artificially supplied. Irrigation has its philosophy, the philosophy of altruism, without >'any 'selfish object or ambttlon, but with aim of beneSiting mankind. To Alberta the holding of the Irrigation Convention hie a. new and intensified Sneaning.- It Is a gosjel' of hope which vlt preaches, and, particularly in tie ex- perlenco of thgj district .which tiopea to Bee Irrigation on it as speedily as 'possible, it comes as a the. morel co-operation it gives to- wards making the project materialize. v So far as the Convention Itself goes, it comes under the most favorable, of auspices, in that it comes to speak not to the doubtful' nor to. the un- believing but to have learnt to what Irrigation means and haTeva firm faith in all that it will accomplish. It comes, In cir- cumstances, before an' entirely' sym- pathetic audience. The Western Canada Irrigation As- sociation ensured not only.of a 'hearty welcome bnt of a 'fnli' ap preciatlon of what It has' done, a thankfulness for the aim which actuates iti To the Association jrfnch is owed, .and by its labors much has been accomplished. It carries with it the best credentials, the sincere desire to aid agriculture by means whereby the non-prod active lands ba come productive and the less produc tire more productive. With what Irrl ration accomplishes It brings new Itfi and Interest into the homes of tha iadustty with all that it means la a1 national application. 11 points out that 'ruoro is needed, not only iu an educative sense but in encouraging measures to stimulate Individual agri- cultural efforts and to further indivi- dual enterprise. We hear a great deal of tariff poli- cies tor the encouragement of artifi- cial production In the- of manu: facture. The polity 'of protecting manufacturers, In us national assets, has exalted itself 'in the minds of 'some, so much so that the great and more important Indus- try of'agrlculture Jn the workshops of Nature has come even to be relegated to second place as it stands in the regard the artificial Industries are held. The National Policy does not place what Is intrinsically a national industry in the position whore it fhould be, but adds to tha handicaps under which it labors .by making the iiiiplemenis of husbandry more costly than they need'to be. TVith the stress placed oa mixed stock raising by the Min- ister of Agriculture, there are imposed obligations ,on Governments, FeA- eral-and Provincial, to aid in the en- couragement 'of these. Part of this encouragement lies !n irrigation poli- cies, tho only instruments, In by 25 means small or Insignificant where what IB most desired can be the more readily accomplished. Agriculture In .Canada has none too soon come to be placed-at its value, and its importance to the coun- try as a whole realised in the minis- terial utterance. It has its messags not only to farmers in general but to responsible authority which has in It the making of agriculture to conform o the uses It can accomplish "if serl- usly regarded In at least" saving tha ounlry five hundred millions annual- y. What agriculture Is as a national ndustry demands a recognition not merely In a Sentimental but in a prac- ical way imiho regard it claims. Do You Know? TODAY'S 1. What U 2. What Is -legal 3. What is the finger? 4. What. is the "Philosopher's egg v 5.' What is a 6. mat is tostine? TUESDAY'S QUESTIONO 1. What was the Hogira! 2. What are pghaois? 3. 'What Is a'hedge school 4. How quod" to mean to ba in 5. What is the meaning of "to cross the 6. "What'is the origin of the.phrsse? ANSWERS L 1. The epoch of tha fllfiht of Ma- homet from Mecca, where he was ex- pelled by the magistrates, July 10, 022. date from this event. v 2. The alphabet in usa among the ancient Irish and: Celtic nations prior-to the ninth century. 3: A kept lit the open alf and near .a hejige. time com- mon in Ireland, 4. is- corruption for a contraction, of .quadrangle. The quadrangle is the prison enclos- ure in which the allow- to walk. ETTING.HER HOUSE IN ORDER To turn a national deficit of over a billion dollars: to a Surplus of over i billion dollars wag v the determlna- Mr. Atlsten the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, expressed when he made his Budget The task all the appearance of a herculean one, and .whether, the Minister will make good in whjt "ha intends to do, interest-LTbe experience in .Great; Britain so far has, however, been Eatisfactbry- progress made towards the goal the Chancellor Eicheg.uer aspires to. 'It is norr threi months his prpnouncemerit, and the official finan cial returns' for .the first quarter of the new fiscal year go far to show that the promise made Is jbelng Implement cd.- total, revenue .for this'ttrst ending 'June- 30th, amountec to The expenditures were, f leaving' a sur of figured {n pai of Jn. a. study of the British Budgel problems Trust Co.; oi York observes estimate! for the current, year to March 31 1921, contemplate a total expen'dltun of and receipts .of The Budget provides fo expenses leas than th actual expenses of. last year and fo an estimated Increase in reventi from all sources, except horrowin'f, o about Improve status of as compare with the past year of "Therefore, while tho Scanning the past year resulted in a deficit o (From Oir Own COALDALB, July The Coaldale raves put "it 'over ankera oil Salliruay iiiglit trt'the lune f .There was a well attended meeting f the citizens last Thursday, iii (hp ommerclal Club 'vopms- to- consider he. question' Pf Tire Chief ardy from Lethbridge svas 'present nd gave his advice freely on k the hole'que'stiPn. The "meeting 'decided i instruct tha iase- a chemi he, city of Lethbridge." Chief .Hardy i T. v most of which farmers. brightness and, re- made up Tives hope In localities where former- ly there was none. la aiding and add- ing power to agriculture It adds to the national wealth, and vrith it to the national prosperity. Where' there has been agricultural loss it alma at making agricultural gain. CANADA'S PIQ LOSS Dr. Tolmle, Federal Minister oi Agriculture, speaking at tho Canadian Club in Regina, made the statement that or one-fourth of' Canada's national debt, could be add- ed annually to the wealth of the coun- try by the adoption of more intelli- gent and enterprising methods of agri- culture, The one crop system he de- clared was doomed and mixed farm- ing with etock raising as its basis was destined to come into its own. While the acreage under crop in Can- ada had Increased during tha last do- cade- there had been a marked falling off in the yield per acre. The state- ment coming from a man such as Tblmio is not only an alarming one but' one which cilia Jar the most ser- ious attention not only anTongst the cnltivafors of the soil but among those to whom agricultural prosperity means-national prosperity, and there- by Individual prosperity. That a basic Industry such as agri- culture has not progressed In the measure ft should but rather has as eumed a decadent alagc, In the words of the Minister of Agriculture that "lha whole tendency has been down- is In tho natnro of an Indict- ment not merely on tho Individual farmer but on those who In a national ieniB are responsible for a national' Upton, xpected that new borrowing, It in the current yea :here will ba -a surplus of abou which can be applied, 1 a reduction of indebtedness." In tho matter of now taxation 1 Croat Britain the revenue derived the present quarter was in excess of revenue from laxatlo during tbo corresponding period 3019. This is well In the direction' c provfdlng (he additional from taxation desired by the Ch; cellor. Jn the program of reducln expenditures' to meet financial cond lions they have been cut down in Ih quarter to below th amount expended in tho corrcspon Ing quarter last year. Britain, It ma bo seen, is well on the way to set 1 house In order, and what has bee termed a "critical Budget" is sbapin well. Welcome the Irrigation Conventlo It Is, all for a wet country the nc few days. "Nec'esslty la the mother of h tlon" would seem to apply to the BE of the wash boiler as a still. Nova Scotia from early Jndicatloi appears to be conservative enough its political tastes to stick Liberalism, Sir Lfpton has still som thing to live for in tho hopes of ca luring the cup. cannot help mlmlrlc tho old man hopeful in Sir Thorn: (Continued ship o( 11 in the late houe under the leadership of W. U Hall, detested in Queens county, returned a single resentitlve. A. AlcDoniM, in Richmond. They lost five seats to the Liberals, one each in Queens, Hall- tar. Kings, Lunenktirj ud RIAwmd; three to farmers, two'Mn Coletester and one In Hants, and two to labor, one in Cape and'oot in Cum- berland, a totsl of 10 seats. Farmers and Labor Do Well Tho farmers took seven of tie 15 seats for which they contended, and labor took five" out of Ihe 13- con- stituencies. NeUher'of two wo- men one on the Conserva- tive ttciet in Cumberland, .and. one on the labor ticket lu Pictou, made' a serious showing, i At a late hour (bnlght complete re- turns were not available for Halifax Auligonish and Pictou, but the anal returns are not expected to alter the standing of the parties. A feature'of election, especially, gratifying to the 'followers of the.gov- erpnient, was the vie lory gained by Premier Murray, hi two constituencies hii 'old- county, and Rich- mond. Pleased HALIFAX, July Mur- ray expressed deep regret at the de- S. To adopt soine' measure..from 'u yesterday's- elections of-.Hon.' hlch it is not possible to recede. 6. -.The Rubicon was a small river paratlng from Cisalpine Gaul, e to. Julius Caesar. hen Caesar crossed tie stream he sed beyond the limits of his own ovince nnd became ah invader, of aly. Vill' Chemical'Now d LethBifidge Fire Department. B. H. he eulogiied one the ablest'men In the lature and one of the best admlnletra- tors Nova; Scotia ever had "I am pleased at the 'victory the_. Liberal party has he said last night. "1 accept, not exullingly, but as the verdict, of an honest electorate'in of the good government'arid: in'token of the great loyalty of'tha men and the women to the cause of Liberalism We fought atfalr fight and the people have given of.which 1 am very proud. be an inspira- tion to me to merit their Editorial Comment TORONTO, July, Press-has-collected'the following ed itorial comment results of the Nova Scotia elections: Toronto Murraj's Vic torjr yesterday-may not at all'reflect the Liberal-strength. In the ,next Do" minion electionJVoh the other hand the rise of the labor parly and ap pearance of tfiei farmers' pffty in Nova Scotia may weil give concern-to both the old New forces have to bo reckoned and new cur- rents' sounded. .Nos one man'can' tell how strong may be, how swiftly thesa currents ma> run until we know' the result of the next Do- minion election'." I PICKED UP IN IASSING THK UAH The Bank of Montreal Is 'opening a branch at C.P.R. hotel, Banff. Jos. B. flatten, a Mooto Jaw old- timer, Is de.ad. K! B. Smith, proliiaent lake Bailor, died suddenly Is Montreai. The young people of East and .IVest Zorra have club, formed a junior U.F.O. Ebenezer Barren, well known Grand Forks raucher was killed when his auto wss struck by a Kettle Val- ley train. mUllou dollars will be spent this year in improving main highways through Federal and Provincial The Customs aud Inland Revenue. Department Is instituting a drive to secure observance, of the new -budget taxis V The Scandinavian .unloaded at Mont- real for dealers in that city, presum- ably mostly for shipment to Ontario, cases ol gin. The' Soldier Settlement Board's Selection Conyulttse has held S3 Sessions" in Oreat Britain and Ireland, and.secured 620 immigrants. A apartment house ia I be erected in New York To sai.8 space, there will be "disappearing each one of which1 Villl be icreened by an oil painting. X 1 r When of Hollywood, died he left an estate- valued at and a -sill which provides that his'son cannot'inherit the es- tate till he has accumulated of his A "popular theatre" where-' plays will bo gov- ernment direction has. been definitely the Chamber of De- puties and it Is believed by its sup porters: that the Senate, will .'agree: The' plan has4ong been contemplated 'Mrs Stephen Lessiwicz, of Dowa giac, sent monej a transported Paris by a Mrial "service and fron) Paris to London com- mercial air IHie, to' ayoM the trouble- some delays of the present' raii service. t Hundreds of the foreign element In Pltlsburg have been -ruining, their health by buying so-called Jamaica ginger, which contains 90 cent ol non-beverage alcohol. 'Hundreds'ot :housands. Of -bottles have sold. Those drinking the stuff'fall into a jtupor. German manufacturers of adding machines are appealing tc- the gov- srnmeut for assistance in their ilrtt :o prevent the importation of Aineri can made machines which they claim iow'are superfluous, at the Ocrman incjustry is capable of supplying tho iionie mann, Alta., Recorder, Department'of tha Interior, Calgary. t Harley, Salt City, lanjer, forme; Iiah or .nominee for President, 0 former Hepnbljcan, a lormer Progres- sire und forty-ejghter., K.or jeara was secretary of tiio Republican Btato coinmitlee of Utah Practically unknown to the Labor group and _but little known to the fort) eighters upon his arrival in Chi cago, he was chosen as permanent chairman of the convention and rapid He isio'ne'of.th'o earliest adiocate1! of a 'third partv coali'iont" He Is forts nlfo jears ol: and uuinarned He graduated from Cornell Unlverslt> m 1897 ami his pricllced law in Salt Lake Cltj in recent jears -f You'll Be At the pleasure a Victrola lu home will'give you.- Music taste. for every VIctrolas at >M Sold terms. easy Vs's you every Record made for the Victor. Ask for Big Free Catalog, lisl- ing and describing every Victor Hecfrd I m, mm Balmoral Block. Home .-of. the .Victrola" a ical extingulsjier1 from ffered to give'a iflemoastratioh .of achine; at'an early, date.-: There was I onslderahle discussion water) 6mestic: use.1. The; scheme that re- eived. w'as a reservoir in Held to the.west From; this point a plpe'-ltoob- puld be conatrucCea'to fill' a" cistern" n-the village: A ommltteer: consisting ".of '-R. Baldfy, K: A. P.-Lund appointed to co-operate with the illage, council ,ia '.this matter: Mr. uggltt iflered.la donate' the-lahd for he 'reservoir which: by the" way "is Iready partly 'Reeve Cing conveyed the" the cit- zens to Chief Haray for his prompt ssistance at: the time of the recent A volunteer lire brlkade.'wan or- ganized with Fred .chief. .Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wells'were visitors on At the church service on Sunday, Clifford Wilton, Infant "son of Mr. and lira. baptised by Hev. H.'Bbsoniworth." The tennis courts "are beginning o take shape and the 'Piithtlndfei Girls are all getting ready for full enjoyment from them. Mr. H. J. Baldry has nioved his louse to a full basement just south jf Mr. Harrison's honse. The new bank ..building'will be creeled on the place lately occupied by this house. The extension to Mr. Baldry's store Is making progress, and will be a great Improvement. A full basement Is being built into the Jlsygrowera1 hall. The hairwill shortly becomo the business centro of the Farm Products Ltd. Mrs. H. Bosomworth returned Saturday from the funeral of her bro ther at Vegrevlllo, Afta. What will the village do' with its weeds? How would a weed cuttine beo be? THE GREAT AND GLORIOUS FUTURE The newspaper office of the future according to Oscar Rosen, vico prcsi dent of K. H. Hoc A Son, press build ers, will be one without presses, cast ing lioxes, typesetting machines .or any of the other machines BO commo In a newspaper oifice of today. His prediction is lhat n newspaper .offtcb will be composed of a largo room fill cd with telegraphic instruments and operators, each Instrument connects with thousands of wjrcs forming a caWe running under ground to tho houses of subscribers, with a. stock ticker printing nrrnngettcnt connect cd by a wire with the main Inslru monl In the publication office. Before the Subscriber goes to bed ho put In a fresh sheet of paper, nnd whlli, ho sleeps the news Is printed oiPlho sheet and lead at his breakfast Some service. COOLIDGE'S VIEW ON LEAGUE OF NATIONS NORTHAMPTON, Mass, July 27- Onvernor Calvin Cqolldge was form ally notified today of his nomination as the Tlepiibllcan candidate for th vice-presidency. The notification ad dress was delivered by Governor Ed win r. Jlorrow of Kentucky. Regarding the League of Nations (.overnnr Cooliilgo said his parts lavorcl "tho principle of asreemon nnions nations to preserve peace but Itself to maintain Amer can ii making such an ngrcemcnt we ie What Would Have Said? _ STUDY the Gillette Poster on the boards. What do you think of "A Handle for Every Do you think we have taken too.rriudh for granted that every- body knows that the Gillette Safety give' a cleaner and more comfortable shave in the least time? That each set at super-keen With ihe space at your disposal on this poster, would you have chosen the message w adopted, or would you have emphasized the NO HONING featurej or fh fact that there are Gillette users, or the saving of ten minutes each Jay by Gillette owners'? If you do not th? poster itself, you will find a reproduction of it in colours in dealers' windows, together' With a display of some oi the mtist popular Gillette sets, Go Into such Q store and you mill find Clllttle. Safely Raton In stytu 16 suit every man oAo "A Handle for Every them lie, Gillette exactly jauUed la 'your hand I Take it I THE GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR; Co., of Canada, Limited ST. ALEXANDER ST. MONTREAL5, ;