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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ir. SAHififiAY, JULY THE'LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Important Information Given Farmers by Commissioner Peters Information of much practical value in fegard to tho carrying of irrigation dltches-'across and'ttie building of culVerts, was given by Commis- sioner of Irrigation Peters at tlje Fri- day afternoon the Irriga tlon Convention Farmers nere im prcsseo with the necessity of obtain- ing sanction from the Provincial Government before attemptlug to take tho water across. the'roadB.or inter fenng with tha Iilshva) Neglect ol this .would'hold thoto a flue not exceeding J50 or 30 days' impri sor.mcr.t. S Elank sheets warded on application to take ibe water across on which laterals can be Indicated In relation ,to the i The main tho fanner to do to follow {he requirements of the authorities. In taking the water across the farm cr should be careful not to interfere vith the road ditches, TJie best to these was by means Of a flume which lo tho best practical ___________________> A method in being superior to the siphon! yslsm, whjch had many dissdvsnt- iges In being liable to Ire.-29 Iu the winter and to pe jilted. permission was obtained from ha provincial authortlles' for'taking he water across .th'e road, it .would >e advisable for tie farmer to work n co-operation with the authorities u the construction' ofthe culverts, lit this should ion Irrigation office or the Provincial Head officials, who will "be only too jlad to" advise where necessary. .It necessary that thq culverts should be constructed to stand the traffic that would travel oyer It, and that tho top should lie covered by IS Inches of earth. Therejshpuld bo a graded approach In the nature of a ramp ;tb the lop of the culvert with, a slope ot oue.ia twenty.feet; Culverts can be constructed of heavy timber with 6 by for the sides and 0 by C beams on the top. The work: on them should. bo. pains- taking vrlth tha proper time.- taken. The common gahauizeu, pipe-was, another; Ing for Irrigation Kater and the corr Crete vitrified clay piping. A culvert built of was the.. most satisfac- tory tu rcrosslns of a small Irrigation dltsh, UGHTS and SHADOWS By S. itit came in like a lion irU! not go out ike a lamb, NORMAL MORE Conditions In Los Angeles are normal. The'iisual run of earthquake! leported. DOH'T WOIIRY i Say, folks, don't worry 'bout the llght- lu' flash. Don't start to holler when er 'giut .to Cause with tlie noise and btowiD.1 Conies the wheat's agrow- in' And 'fore many suHry weeks Tre'll start to thresh. Guess the sbfnimle got so popular [own around Ity that even Old Moth er Earth losrkerdjgultj ._-_ 1 DEATH OF-SOPHIA CAMERON Canadian Associated death is ported at Imerneaa, Scotland, o Matron Sophia .Cameron, Canadian medical" corpe, a relative of tlie Tup por famih i ,5 Laugh and grow fat Is the only way open to ordinary people Although-there, is a shortage, of coal .in Eastern, Canada there doesn't appear lo be any shortage of hot air. "O ORY THOSE TEARS" The quietest way: to .make. your wife quit crying is to tell her. to go ahead and bawl all she McLuke. And, dura "Consum anyway. seenu lo it tlotf of Llijuor Decliacs" A -little hot for -Scot. -h siroved b> them, tent out the Saskatcbewaa' govern j but thb hao hai %-iierei to make a comaiele eBrrey todav, with excelltni been a prevailing and an abundant Mipplj ofj but thb h moisture, possibility Oi a bumper, tKe weeds beiu EDiJ ctioj crop in Ibis district Is practically as-! necessity turned their at- The growth during the past four SPEED THE LIBRARY A Carnegie -library fitting Into tho rniu beauty ot {Salt Gardens and ing its lolly-. "purpose as -a temple- of learning and would rndlate au iffluenco tor commmilty upHC.' inspir- to A kitten show was held ir. Cslgary. Quite '.In lag .with t'ue Quiet, domesticity of that city. o, dear the puppy show not connection with the There's" a simpler iwaylhan that, Mac Just sit tight and say nothing These are the days when (noughts) revert lo finishing schools. But It Is usually that gats finished, not the daughter. The committee had Jc niind the hlgh-'cplrit of the League of Nations Here's hoping- the culwor We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Steck of Both from which to Select THE OLD ORDER CHANGETH A.-new use has been found Tor Ihe gas .tractor. It will bo used in Arctic oxploratlon, taking the place of dogs. Tbe rarest diamond In the world Is not .in the crown of a It Is in the engagement ring my sister Sue is wearing. weeks has been Grain that nas flirely. }j.inches hleh Is now headed out and slandiog in most cases nearly walst-hleh. :Iu tifi, the wheat is nearly all headed out. some or the oats ore In head and Ihe flax is'In bloopi. and rye are coining along In great ebape and a heavy crop is expected. Prospects for'an abua- it supply ol Ifred are al60 ol the best and .the hay crop will ba a heavy one. Thus, in tho short of five weeks the -whole' country has been transformed, and instead of poor crops that were expected at one time, the iatid'is covered witli one of tha finest crops that has erer been In these pails, tho yield of which is expected tg from 20 to 45 bushels to the acre. The gardens In the district.also are looking-fine and are yielding a good supply of vegetables.. Potatoes be an exceptionally hesry crop this year and at present prices should prove i urbfitable crop. There has been no damage In lhi> district by grasshoppers and the scare of these pests has practically died out. The beet however, has put in an appearance in.large numbers, but as (liey subsist mostly: on weeds lhe> nill prove mpro ot a benefit 'hau a nuisance to the fanner. There have lentloon to more tasty morsels. Tills Kdrm U rery short lived and will nol be In evidence more than" a few days longer. The (or a big crop is hav- ing 4 decided effect on business and in which it is claimed ;ble mineral resources abound. The expedition has been" the Hon. Chas. Drinoinj. the business men s? well as farm are optimistic, and the outlook is very encouraging. 'A 'tre.uiendcua suiount of summer faltbwing is also being dune this year hlcfl .will put a. targe acreage in 8ood shape for ceit ear'e crop.. The laud Is In fine- shape, for working, and tractor aud team auifits are ;in evl- dence la every direction. It eipect- ed that cutting will be general about the 15ih or 20th o( -AngusI: Many harrest hands will be needed, but on account of the crop in Oils district be- ing a little in advance of others, no great later shortage Is expected. WILL NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN FOR COAL PRINCE ALBERT, Julv 31 fierce, vines inspector, A, C Garner, chief la'ad surveyor; B. U .Thome, "are. '.the men in charge of an expedition which has arrived, here oil to Lac La Rong. in the north ot Pnnco Albert. to explore for coal deposits or other natural resources. The party has been .1 SL-HOOI. Ke-opous Sept. ,16th, 10 a.m. Boarders reluming, Sept. 15tb, new boarders, Sept. 14th. PILES not nSr, another will tig or Protrud nut Ko atlosi required. Di. Cbist's Olntmtnt will yoe W i afford tasting bcaeftt We. A box: all or Bales A 'Co., Luted, i Toronto. Sample' Box IrwH you mention Ihli paper and enclose St. stamp to pay that Eogenc Coste should spell nig name Costiey We see the Morning Albertan hasn't changed its name to the 'Mourning even though the Calgary as company has tor a bund- ed thousand. Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Merely something to break the monotony of Editor Davidson's life. I-, iTERSVOICE RECOBpSBAUgtJST I> ECORDS tTiit a summertime appeal and malce Iiomc ard county life cheerful and en- Joyabje. A splendid enjoy .06 matter what your in music may be. Dance Records u Walts 1 Hokca PbjrtnJ DUiiiondTyfo) Whtn the }2! Ca.lra ToHa Diamond Ttio] Sattshlne ROM WaJu Henrl'i Otrh 121M6I Heoh't OhlBy One Step Heori'sOrch-V Bella of Sr. On, Step, .7 v Henri'a OictLj Wbo'Il Take the Place of 1 Waltz ?'IrdTl Band I H You Could Watti Bud) Voca! Records Cfxtj Me Back to Old VfTtEnny NelfEeGniy rcerltsaOu Where tbe'Ritec Shumoa i. Chatlcs Harrison Whea IrtiK Are Smiling Charta ITamson Yon Otn't Co Wrong With a Girl from Dixieland Wheaa Pcscb In Georgia Rose. from Aft bam I'rerleu Ouatlct Poejulit Medler No. Tear ll a Sadie In an Irishman'] the Moonu ilnlTig All Ibe Boj s UVB Maty1 Popular Medley No I LOTC the LaDd ol Pr erlcis Qiurtet >fand m Over HenrTBOtdiHtra htepertaa Waltz Mlro'a Tlar.-j Black Joe American tjuar Sttil ncT I'm Fatlintf in LOTC ih the Ot HIGH RENTS AND HAPPINESS The rent for a tlat in a new apart- ment .on- JPifth avenue, New York, amounts an hour oqlyl. And say, the high brows that loaf around nearly; so happy homesteader; the Foremost Ins standing'waist deep in wheat drinking in the vivid beauty of an -Al- berta sunset. But what's a hundred thousand to newspaper in these days of cheap abor and cheap iverything. For Calgary must get monotonous. HLVVEALTH A calm devolJQn. to one's native' sod, That's wealth; A'faith implicit in the.Living God, That's wealth; A few choice friends that feel .'life's fuller' meaning. Who' sense yet prize the x Who. from see knowledge That's A hody sparkling with the health of .yonth. That's wealth; A mind serenely poised, restramed by truth, a That's wealth; An eye that feeds on flowers and fields and skies, Thatj sees -the cheaven in eyes.L That finds in life a, door to That's wealth: A among'the trees, the blue above, That's wealth; The perfect goodness of woman's lOYe, That's wealth; The sense to grin.when all the world looks wrong, To- take defeat .with. sameness and a song, i To Emite.a worry comes along, That's-wealth. D AILWAYS, Hke men, Other Fellow Ctrl Whistle A Son} x BHIjrMarray AU on 10-inch, doable-silled, now on sale at 41.00. WE FAY THE TAX. Red Seal Records MWS EidiSilntagHoiir (rajUoiKl Emilia tt Gonrji II K MI91 ItnTea la My (Soprano) Mabel Gamio-l 1 IS 74A26 IntroductloaandTaranlelle {Violin) JaschaHelfeu 209 746Z7 PhTTadflpliia Orch'eilra 74628 Prelude ia G Minor (KanoV RacnmanlnotT 200 K731I (Soprano) GeraMine Famr l'is Wilt Night (Contralto and Soprano) i Madame HomtrMlilLonlse; Homer 3N 87371 When Nliht DeteeivU (Tenof and Violin) _ JohnlIcConnack-FHtiKtdi'er IM SMJ1 la nott< (Sarltoni) tlttaRuSo 2M Hear them at any "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" dealers Mmufactund ftf ffa Berliner Cbrnparv, Llmltttl, Hmlieal 1 V A I WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR .l RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ate. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 (Vulcan During the pas't tew days we have ecelved several enquiries from our uljscribers In the States who are still ntercBted In Ihls'-'district as to the rop prospects this year, 30 wo will mleavor by this article fo give them B true a report as possible on "conili- lons prevailing here. As everyone knows, this has been a- ear of continual worry for r, owing to the1 adverse conditions ivhlch he had to work against. Ho was hnnilloapped from the start by tho late spring which delayed farmi- ng operations so: much that some hought that there was not enough tme left to grow a crop. However, hey kept-.up their courage and once [hoy got on tho land, seeding opera' lions were rushed to completion- am tho rest left to Providence. The hBiin dnncs of moisture received In th of tho--year brought til grcnring crops along rapidly, but (It continued dry weather anil high wind was also using this 'up and raiii wn beginning to bo needed. The cutworm nlso began its work of devastation i some areas and things were heglnhln to look-blue when.the situation was} saved by an nbnnilant supply of rnols- ture, nnd since then tho crops have come along by leaps onit bounds until I Cbutl Ite itoM Ourmtf Gnu Here fbr example- is Bfankville Junetiott Tha. streams of traffic rumblJng through this throat are daily growing heavier, The local official, anxious to keep up the sendee his district, asks for, say, S 100. 000 to blast oat ad- ditional yard-room and lay new classification tracks, p _ admits the Head Office visitor, "you have that appropriation I'll consider ru2 Back in Head Office he considers fire recornmended improvements just as necessary extension at Blankville. They The cost of living for rafhvays has overvheluuftttdl Income accounts. The disappearing margin between total- coots total revenue makes the problern of management increasingly difficult and alntot possible of solution. The fear of choking at throat points is in danfer becoming a real night-mare to officials and a 'genuine menace to the prosperity of the Dominion. This is another reason why increased freight ara necessary. mis il Ott Jovrlh oj o stria of alciiliscmetits wiler (he anAmlj ef The Railway Association formerly the CANADIAN RAILWAY WAR fABER ANNUAL EXHIBITION, AUG. f J 1 IN AGRICULTURAL PRIZES BASEBALL-ACROBATIC STUNTS CAPT. McCALL'S AEROPLANE W PARSES V THE MAitTIK i ;