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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1920 LETHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEWN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Michaells.) W. A. Buchanan Wires Pres. Marnoch Stating Fed- eral Action Quick action has been secured Ottawa by W. A. Buchanan, OR the question of winter rye, supply and financing farmers to purchase same as ihpwn by the foUowing Wire sent by President Marnoch, of Vie Board of Trade to H. A. Craig, deputy minister of agricul- giving the text of a wire to him from Mr. Buchanan: H. A: Deputy' Minister Agriculture, Edmonton. I 'Buchanan hag been 'discussing fall rye supply (at Ottawa today and wires as follows: "A> a result of my representations, Honi Dr. Tolmle, minister of agriculture, instructs me to say that the seed at Reglna, T fall rye seed, and [promptly as receiv- terms as spring lied. Is this sal- purchasing co; have supply will fill order ed on sa wheat ,W4Sfcry> This.seems to suggest co-oper- ation between the governments on financing and distribution. I would suggest getting a statement from your government published quick. ly. I am publishing these tele- grams, as all Information is eagerly awaited. G. R. MARNOCH. Earlier in the day Mr. Marnoch had sent Mr. Craig the following Hundred and fifty farmers at-' tended Noblefbrd meeting Mon- day, including representative farmers from Hacked, Barons, Champion, Iron Springe. Unani- mous deciding plant fall rye if seed available and financing could be arranged. Indications that this campaign will carry throughout affected areas. Wire Buchanan confer Tolmle and Grisdale. 'G. R. MARNOCH. Somo suys lovo to wlk ot duty as a thing opposed to beauty, with a lot of sou stuff. It Is always classed; Ibis may bo the reason partly people men- tion It so tartly, and of all things eave tholr duty till the last, l-'rom the year one to the present duty hss seemed eforc the rush will bo on for accom modation for tiie visilors lo the con of the Western Canada irrl gallon 'Association, Mr. Lee, propric- or of the hotel, said Ihia morning. Plasterers arc BOW busy on the Job and tho rough plumbing is practically finished. Running hot.and cold wa- ,er Is being provided for every room and clothes aud toilet closets are bo- ng constructed. Every room is pro- wllh plenty of window space and is largo enough to ensure comfort. mdsor Salt MUTTON PERKINS Shoemakers We sro now for business in new premises and 33 we are increasing our staff, will bo Ohio to execute all orders promptly.- If your shoes are worth fixing, have them done by tho only prac- tical shoo makers In tho In the city. It costs no more. We call for and deliver orders to all parts oi Iho city. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 .South, Colonial Theatre If the provincial and Dominion governments intend to do any- thing In the matter of finances In regard to the farmers Included in the Lethbridge Northern Irriga- tion district, who suffered so se- verely In last week's wind storm they have only, two things to do. These are to cither give the farri- ers water or give them, money to get out of the country. .That is the situation as G. R. Marnoch, president of the board of trade, sees it. He has embod- Ted that thought in a of telegrams -to Important officials. government and rallwpy, within the past two days. Premier Stew- art was not found In Ottawa by, the telegrams dispatched to him and the result has been that the conference expected in that city' did not materialise, Premier Stewart Is how on his way west and efforts are being made to catch htm before lie gets to Edmonton arid to bring him to this dEstrict, so that he can see for himself what damage has been done "and .what good finan- cial help in getting water on the land would do. According to information receiv- ed from Ottawa it will be neces- sary for the provincial govern- ment to apply to the Dominion authorities for help If the Domin- ion government gives assistance. The Dominion government will take the lead in the matter but. would probably consider an appli- cation from the Alberta govern- ment. COMMISSIONER EADIE Of the Salvation Army who speak in tho Colonial theatre Sunday afternoon and evening. CITY VISIT also Mr. Jeliff, with whom ha coa- versed In relation to (arming pros- I pscta. Sam Porter took the over to a map of the North- ern Irrigation District arid gave him very Instructive talk on what Irri- gation would accomplish In that area. Sir Robert Klndersley could net help Doting the ol Gait Gardens and I he was struck with the hroad steels and general contour o( tho city. The; party, consisting ol the Governor, Lady! and Miss Ktudersley, Capt. Forester, his action-secretary, and James Braid- wood, chief Inspector of the Hudson's Bay Co., left on the cast bound train. Notes Difference Between Irri- gation-and Dry Land- Praises Lethbridge. is in Charge of Arch. Mitchell, Formerly of Coal dale .'Nurseries. 1ROPS BETWEEN CITY AND GREAT FALLS ARE MAKING GOOD SHOWING Crops, in Southern Alberta and It lontnna, hctwcen the Great Falls, appear to be In godt hape, according to Joe Lee, of the Lethbridge Hotel, who has just re umed from a motor trip to Grca 'alls. Mr. Lee said the roads he- ween two cities are good hape and that a lot of road work is irig done south of the border. Three cars of people from Leth idge took iu the trip and while Great Falls and vicinity were receiv Bd irith great kindness, Mr. Lee said Jr. BcikenGlcin, proprietor of tho tainbow Hotel, extended the courtesy if Ms hotel to the citizens from Leth iridee, for whjch they were thankful Thoso in tho party' were Mr. an' P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Company W Acadls Building 612 Third Avenue (Soulh) Arch. Mitchell, formerly manager of the Mitchell N'urserles at Coaldale, is in charge o( tho tree planting exhibi- tion which Is now beginning Us tour of tho west In an effort to educate- the farmers-of tha prairio provinces to grow more trees on their farms as a partial' solution of soil drifting1 and lor beautlflcation of farm homes. Toe will be in LethbrWge twice during the trip through South- ern Alberta. It will spend consider- able time in this, territory and it Is expected the farmers-will take a great nterest In the work. "What I saw this morning was dis- heartening; what! saw this afternoon was most' heartening aud refreshing." This 13 how 'Sir Robert Kindersler, 'G.B.E.-, contrasted the experience of a cleod It i a district which had sufiered from the soil-drifting that has been occasioned by the recent' high winds that the governor of tha Hudson's Bay Co., ivho arrived In the city on Monday morn- ing, In a conversation with the Herald, be' could not but express tho disheartening Impressions that this particular part of the country made on him.1 Told'that this was a part of tho country which would bo brought under the irrigation project planned, Sir Robert fully estimated what Irrigation would mean In coun- teracting what'he had seen. The trip to Coal dale, a: ience, came as President Marnoch Sets Calgary Paper Want Only E merge ncy .Help; i ri Financing Project. Mrs. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Metcalfe, Mr. and Mra. Dale, Mr. and Mrs. P. Smith, Mr.- and Mrs. J. llodgins, Mr. Collen and Mrs. Armitagc. They used Ihreo motor cars. -ui Those Interested. In. the present campaign to hurry the work of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation dis- tict are not trying to make either the provincial or Dominion governments pay for the work being done, but are trying to Influence them to advance the money, according to G. R.' Mar- noch, president of Ihe Board of Trade. ,fter his morning's exper- This statement was called forth by a is a revelation to him as heading in a recent Issue of the Cal- t fart- lloralfl ronfl "IrriraMnn to what Irrigation had accomplished, and he expressed his surprise at not- ing the big It covered. Sir-Flobert Ktndcrsley Is in Canada, coming over for the celebration of the 250th anniversary of tho company's t is the dcsiro ot the farmere to Herald, which read, cost must be borne by governments." Mr. Marnoch said that ID- view of the present situation throughout the Xor--iert- ais' TEAMSTERS STRIKE existence. He has been in the Domin- ion before apd has travelled west, but this Is the first Umo he has been In this part of Alberta. On hit return from Macleoq" a'reception was held for him at tho Board of Trade building and he was greeted by many citizens, including the mayor and commission- ers. Sir Kobert has a farm ot his own In Herts, in the Old Country, where he resides, and was very keenly Inter- ested over farming conditions here. He met President Wood of the U.F.A., who happened to bo at tho Board ot Trade building when be arrived there, FERNTB, lere today quit-'work pending a set- tlement of their demands for per cent. ;lncrease in 'wages. About 36 men are Ladies Let Cuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young get water on the land as, soon as pos- sible and if government; assistance is not forthcoming they -will havvt'a wait until tho bonds of'the aro disposed o( In lie money mark- ets ol United Slates and Canada. This will take some time and it the gov- ernment would advance the necessary money, to he paid back'e farm- ers ot the district, water will be on the land mucU sooner, and tho.dlffl cult financial position some ot the farmers are in would bo solved. City Council Gets Communlca- tion on Subject From De- velopment Association, The city council are In receipt of i communication from Brigadler-Cener- al H. F. McDonald, general manager, Alberla Development Association, Cal- gary, in which attention Is drawn to what Is reckoned a serious situation in connection with the attitude adopt- ed, by the Dominion authorities In re- gard lo petroleum, oil, and coal de- posits lying within tie boundary Ot. Dominion forest reserves. Under war-lime regulations H is forbidden to prospect in these areas for the deposits named. Tbe geological survey reports that we are likely to find that tho forest reserve contain most valuable deposits. Many Import- ant and wealthy interests who arc only too anxious, says the letter, to assist In the development of Ihe coun- try will willingly undertake the ex- ploration work. We, continues the communication, consider It of great importance that opportunity should bo given for tho development of tbesa important nat- ural resources and, ot course, feel that in such a case ample 'guarantee that the Interests ot the public should pass a resolution requesting the Do- minion government to open the clos- ed territory for exploration, making duo provision In its regulations for the protection of the forests and for tho prevention of undue exploitation. "Another" Important General McDonald, "to which I would Hko to draw your attention is the fact that the Government has refused to fix a maximum bounty on oil, produc- tion. As you can readily see this-is wrong in principle and will retard investment in exploration work." Antwerp Diamond Co., which oper- ates three credit jewelry and cloth- ing stores in Buffalo, was fined 000 for prices for clothing. Preferred by many to olive oil. for rqedieinal uses. IN THE AUDITORIUM AT P.M. Invitations from Social Commit- tee: Comrades Linning, Me- 11 vena, Hendrle and Smith or by Phoning 372. Beresford's Orchestra In Attendance PURE AND FRESH MILK FROM OUR OWN DAIRY HERD Will settlo your milk troubles. Quarts, Prices Right. Service Perfect. Juat like havdig your own cow It you Phone 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbridge Oalry We Are Particular About the surroundings, service and menu, be- cause we enjoy the pat- ronage of particular people, KIRKBY'S 606'Third Avenue South NEW CAFE Is new patrons daily. You'll like eating here, too. The Yale .THE CAFE B12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Nabob Tea, per Ib. TPe Rldgeway'a Tea, per Ib. Me Dutch Tea Rusks. 25c Green Gage Plums 30c Pumpkin, Dry Pack, per tin 2Sc Electric Soap Chips, 2 Ibs. 5Sc Chloride Ume, 2 pkgs. 25e Pendry'a White French Cajtlle Soap, large bars, 3 for 25c Peter's Original Milk Chocolate, iOc, 2Qc, 30c Carnation Mush 60c Tiro-Minute Breakfast Food, per pkg..................... 20c Scotch Pearled Barley, per 15c Pure Hominy, per pkg. 20c Oranges, Sweet aad Juicy, per dozen Cucumbers, largo llzn.....45e Wellington Knits Polish, per tin..................... R7c Palm Olive Soap, 10 cakes tl.OO Pels Naptha Soap, 10 cakes GEO, KERR CO. FAMILY GROCER1 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE CHOICE 'OF CRITICAL PEOPLE "CANADA'S BEST" THERE'S A REASON Come In and have ua strate thesu superb instru- ments to you, YOUR OLD PIANO TAKEN IN TRADE, PAYM DNTS OF THE BALANCE AR- RANGED TO SUIT. Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBR1DQE OUR LARGE NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation Wo are prepared lo supply customers with Chief Mountain Cream- ery Brand Butter aud Ico Cream. are also ciclushre agents for Cardston Creamery Brand Butter. We Invite public Inspection at any time. Wo are also In tha market for sweet or churning cream and milk at the highest market prices. PHONE OR WRITE CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD PHONE Don't Forget Crystal Ice Cream makes the finest dessert for the evening meal. You do not have to prepare it, we do lhat for you. Take a brick Jiome with Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;