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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBWB WHERE YOU nracr IT THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL'NEWS FRIDAY. JULY 30, 1920 ,'K- LETHPR1DGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN. Don H. Bark of Brooks, Exfert 'e to I Tells Congress the Tbe third day of tha Inigaiioa Con- tention .found interest w.ell maintain- ed lu the number of the pres- ent. wtth rah' id- dress by Bark, superintendent of irrigation investigation, C. P. R-, Brooks, on "Seed JrrJ' gated Farm and Elsewhere." exprewed his opinion that there was a ereat futura for seed growing in the province it the water supply was adequate. There was no reason why it should not IU place along with the ftantern seed cent res. V i from 4 to i ilfnirs ftnsn t 10 pounds per far. hay POSM foeitsi rte toad studs, but woBCstrhi lUota ks4 bera obtained from.ll to wouM it 16 Seed growing will not only keep up production hat reduce soil-drifting. The culture ot seed would overcome transportation difficulties in'.the case of :the man away from the railway, and will also tend to a better profit in overcoming freight charges 'on or- dinary'grain on account of thei site of the shipments Jo the markets of Europe.. In 190J Idaho, saved seven'- acres for the planting of red clover seed and realized to tho 'acre, which at'lthat time was consid- ered a sreit dialof robney" from a single acre..' iakon a business; by the Twin Vails Land and Water Co. A considerable area was planted by the company to seed In 1509. one ditch acres of. various clovers were.saved for seed; this wai ton''per cent, of the'acreage of the project.'. Trie'yield tarled frpm'l to 14 bushels of rediclover per 17 bushels cl; aisiKa'clover, and 17 ot unite clover. In 1914 one million bushels of seed were shipped''from the land under one ditch. .More Par.Acre in Albert Bark was, of. the opinion that land In Alberta could raise more seed per acre'.tban land In .the States and that increased production of seed would not.glut the market.- In fact Alberta', seed could sell at a premium In the States.' In 191S the average yield in .clover seed Ii New York slate was twoYand one-.tenth baiheln; In Pennsylvania and a third; and In Idaho one and one-tenth. 191! of a- total area of acres the yield .was .oh the average 01 one "and- bushels: per.-acr'e .Contrasting this with what can be done in ll waa.stated that we can grow, froTQ ffve- times.more per acre? 'Moreover--the fact shoulc be borne in mind that seed grown in northern latitudes always .fetched s premium, In prices. ci sentJfor seed ,to -Ken tucky, nor-tho farmers 'of Montana to Arizona. .They sont up north for their seed'if they could get it there. If wlnn were taken'ill and on reaching .he home of Mr. Glha's: F.: Rohblns, of Plncher' City; the moth- er and children remained for: medical attention." of' effort, howerer, on "Jujj-. 22nd, Mary, aged nine rtccmnbed to that dreadeiJ' dieejUMi and on "Wednesday, Jnly aged'tour as a remit of complications same malady. The li (tie bodies laid to rat in St. Michael's .ctmetefy: _6ii> little child of the family' remains and at present is apparently well. A sincere hope that this little child spar- ed the sorrowing parenia la of the cbmmrinlty from whichr deepest sympathy is expressed side. Creek Bchb.-' C. N. R. Official of the Indbstrlal and Resources department. Cahadln Nat: lonal Rallwaya, Winnipeg, has been attending the Irrigation" -convention. He last visited Uthbridge In 1892, when the present beautiful Gait Oar- dens was bald prairie. He was en- thusiastic' over irrigation" deTelop men t In the Coaldale district- and he can't understand why tho." fjOTemtnents do not get immediate eztentlon of" Irrigation. L H. C Increases Capital By Ninety MiBkms HOBOKEN, N J, July holders of tha Intamatlona! HarrHt- er Company, at a special meeting here ratified propoaal to in- crease the preferred stock from OW.WW to coin- rnon from to Part of the. new slock set wide for a stock ownership plan open to employees IK Canada and the Unit- ed States. -MANITOBA PLEASED ..WINNIPEG; Jnly 3 'The. power oC the province of Manitoba to in- sist upon the education of children in its schools has taen settled for. declared H. Ji'SymlnEtbii', today, in nterring to the decision.of tbe prtTT cotmctl refusing to grant leave to Mehnonltes to appeal from the Manitoba courts In the Menuonite school case: Mr. Symington, "who acted.for the In trial of two Mennon. ites before tie court .of appeal, staXej that the decision ot the privy council was the final settlement, which ma- jority of tho Menno'nites would ha willing to accept. VI .do not think they will emigrate as a result of the he said. "But I do think that a large body of Merinonlles'will be pleased by the decision." "The nominee.of show- ing local and tKe natural beaiuV ies of Lethbridge, "at the Phoehlx. Do not miss HUTTON SHOEMAKERS Tlw place where yon can get your shoes filed jast rlgiiL Orders called for "and delivered. FIFTH'STREET PHONE K3 3 Dears South Celonlel Theatre Irrigation Convention Visitors Next to water on the land, the best investment for a Southern Alberta Farmer is a Willis Piano, "Canada's .Best." A YOU. ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND. 1N8PECT THESE WONDERFUL AT OUR SHOW ROOM8X OUR STYLES AND PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU AND CONVENf- ENT TERMS OF MAY BE AR- SANQED. We are .exclusive agents for the celebrated Aeolian Yocalion and McLagan Phonographs. WILLIS PIANOS LTD. Ahkumonup TO RIVER VIEW CAMP St Lake it Miles from Cranbrook Good Fishing and Boat- trig, Scenery Unsurpassed. L Writs Early for Refrirvatlons Mrs. Dickson St. Mary's Lake, Msrytvllle, B.C. 707 THIRO AVENUE SOUTH, HULL.HOCK. MONTSERRAT LIME JUICE Is the pure unsweetened juice of Hme fruit and makes a most delightful'. arid healthful summer; drink. Ask for the Bfirrat brand, SOc bottle. AT S. JACKSON DRUGGIST, Cor, 4th and 5ih St. PHONE 364. MOOSE JAW, July light ralnr which is reporled to have been fairly general, started to fall shortly aitqr 7 'o'clock this morning and cou- Inued for about; two hours. The sky laB-.besn overcast all morning and at the noon hour the temperature be- gan to rise and it became sulfry. Harvest Needs stated today that men would be brought from eastern prpyfriclffl' to handle llla Saskatcha- wan wheat crop. They refuse to quote any figure when asked as to wages, contenting themselves with the state men't that "they would be reasonable." shortage is anticipated in help market. f'- Eastern Harvesters ComTnQ WINNIPEG, Jnly special excursion trains, with a spe- cial of Decent a mile, will run froai 'eastern Canada this year to bring, It Is .esEi'raated, harvest- ers to the fields'Jbf western' Canada. Following a meeting between labor employment officials and representa- tives of the railways held here today it was announced that excursions will leave Quebec for Winnipeg, Au gust tM3; eastern '''Ontario, August 3 16. and from western Ontario, August 11-18: I have already cut st crop of BE NEXT PUCE 1 B. C. Will Get 1920 W. C. I. A, Gets Into The Limeiight British Colombia tfill get the next convention of the Western Cenada Ir- rigation Association. The place will be decided at the last session ot the congress on Friday afternoon, bill it Is a foregone conclusion that the cofast prorinco will get it. Penticton and Vernon are after It. Penttcton had the convention In 1914.' Vernon has not been tho convention point since 1908. So Vornon is likely to ba.tbe point chosen. convention will not jet away from Albert without-one invitation from this province. Tbe Brooks Irri- galtonists are here in force and they arc a livowire brigade. They are go- tbe 1921 con- any expectation of ELM YEAR OLD Near Fata! Accident Below Railway Are Warned y.ll Boys are-warned against bathing in the river below the railway bridge.1 A fatal accident from drowning nearly occurred on.Thursday..when Max Cos-. nell while bathing'there got into deep water and went down. Douglas Me- Taviah, a boy of 11 years, went to hlE" rescue and diving succeeded in bring-" ing tbe unconscious body to the shore. He worked over the body, while.: a smaller lad was sent for help. An- drew McCladlsa arrived on the scene, auu'the boy was taken fh a car to .the home.of Dr. Leech where he re ceivcd medical' assistance and iwas conveyed to his home on I9th St.'N. The river at the spot is extrem'oly-.dan: goroua .owing to the swift under- current and the hole's that exist'; never saw better. Lawrence Peterson, After Inspecting John Hamilton's, irri gated will have gardens like this In the.Barnwell district as soon as we get irrigation. A. E. Irrigat- ed (crops, grains and vegetables, never promised Jjetter.. J. J. ifcLeilan, Pnrple have a fair crop. In our district. There are some very good yields in rirosjiecL -V n! T. McNlchol, worms did more damage In our dis- trict than wind. I know of one farm- er_ who not "only lost hTs nrst crop from cutworm, .but who reseeded and lost'It, too. .He has now put in fall Alberta's turn to get it. The fact hat Brooks la going after H Is a ligMr EOOd boost for- Irrigation in Iborla. Not many years ago Brooks jas a cow town on tho "bald-headed." It la a thriving town..'iri the cuidst of an enormously .prosperous rrlgaliott tract. They have visions f a real city In a few ears and they want to :be a conven- lon city. So they are just dipping n an oar now by way of warning. An Extra Sleeper An eitra, sleeper will be attached to train 67 westbound tonight for tbe accommodation: of irrigation conven lion delegates.--from points west In Alberta and British Columbia. Berths can be claimed after nine o'clock. For watch repairers who have many I watches to wind daijy an inventor has patented a band-operated mechanical winder., you to'.puti In your tlmo Gapping your energy, spoiling your complexion and your dis- position baling in.' a hot kitchen when you can got such wonderr lully good bread treat arery day. it pay to try and find bet- Tter bread than ours. Try a loaf and let your home folks answer. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY Guaranteed Battepy A written guarantee with all repair work. A com- plete battery and electric ser- vice given, 'Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to eat. Th e Ya le THE fEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 tbs. for milk testing per cent, f.o.b. our dairy. Sour milk will be paid for at butterfat price, which is per 100 We are quoting an advance on Sweet Cream of 5c per Ib. The present price is: No. 1 Sweet Cream 60c per. ft'. Bulterfat No. ISour Cream 52c per Butterf at No, 2 Sour Cream .49c per 16. Butterf at Crystal Dafry Limited Phone 1576 Oklahoma looks for the' greatest rOp uii FCtOTu, Efm ele- itbrs will be needed to hold it. Rifle Shoot Saturday Those wishing to. attend rifle shoot Saturday afternoon please phone 1866 by 11 o'clock Saturday morning, other- wise marker will bo cancelled. Both Services at Wesley. ,-During the month of August, Hev. Capt. Denoon will be In chargo of tho services of tha united congregations of Knox'and Wesley churches. Ovine to the redscoration activities at Krioi, next Sunday's servlcM both mornlag and evening'will be held In' church. Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c Cantaloupe, each 25o Oranges, per rtci... 65c and 7Sc Celery, 2 Ibs.-for Hip-O-Llte, a ready; to' use marshmallow creme 35o and 4Se Bartlett Pears, large tins'.. 60e Cranberries, per tin 4oo Snlder's Soup, large tins, ea. 23c Sardine-King Oacar brand 28e Sardines. Jutland brand 15c Herrings in tomato sauce, 2 tins for 35c Palm Olive Soap, 10 cakac Alfalfa pure as the bees can make jar R5o Sealed Mustard Pickles, per 60o Onion Pieklos, per 60o GECX KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION Steadily Growing in Favor Mado from 'puro nutritious, rich, cooling and refreshing. Special orders taken for parUea and suggest Crushed Cherries, Plueappio, Strawba'rry or Chocolate. HAVE YOU EVERTRtEDTHE NEW HOT WEATHER DELICACY WATER ICE .IN ALL.FLAVORS It's vary popular Iheta hot days. Tour guesls will; appreciate tti WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO, LTD. Phone 1929 ;