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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIF, DAILY UHEOF.VQ tbe' ai'oii tbe Rotn'ry'Club.j This acreage shows no evidence ot be-! ing an'ccicd b.v soil drifting, and there] appears to be not the slightest tiuwotl Ihe youug wheat suffering from UcVj of molslore. Everything is ot a beau-: liful greeii. Pan of 'be notify Is ou Iho alhletti- to In- This, j which ivnsils'.s of'ten is also; V rsi-cllfiil fotiadalloa for the1 grass when the ground "ill iiranafornuvl lulu a sports ground, j FRIDAY, JUXE 15.1920 B'a-hauait, '.M.I'., for Ms in j with the actions local board OlUiva on both Irrigation and soil! trade and sstd that'tie tiling OrKtltig matters. Uy tlie elforis 'ot1 is aclioa up o! llie ibi'sc men Information has boen col-j officials. lected last will fco useful to both tho O---------------- Trees Being Planted its Wind-1 The Wheat Crop Showing. Commissioner Mecca's .beautifying the pars have been u what will bo a out by ibe present tnpVrliuendenl, Mr. Laing. Tbe fop Hear 'Report'on Plans to Secure Kall-Hys Seed for Farrvu'ri. A splendid Mart beer Htadrrenu the thu wiliWn! ;iy Omu iieadi for; I! mad'.- 6.0M tif tbct'1 now planll'd and cultivated every Kti's. Water will be bronslil oa lo tucm as soon by j of a putup which is ready for r'roin the thinning of this; plantation tree-planted area is be- ing spread by transplant ing and will reach to (he Kihibitlcn ;grounds over au area, which Is at pro pro.'i At ihe weekly itK'Je Is very cncouniglus, v.-ilbl HoarJL "of Trade Tliiirs-day. the founilaltons laid for whit will be j Marnoch: gave a R-U--W cj I mid .Mr. Murray, farming expert of Ihe, Noble Foundation, in regard lo fall i rye and wirings wen) laid to gather i Informatlou about the supply of .seed In thd countri. Monday a meeting ihe i was he'd at at which. Mr. lies.! Winning, 'of the Merchants Bank at provincial Dominion govcru-i merits. Information about conditions] BORNE CHILE'S PREMIER ..........-----------r-------- SANTIAGO. Chile, June In Iho Youngstown distriit has bsen Borne, former Chilean secured and figures been ctb- minister of France, has been named laincd abouVTue" supply o( full rye I and minister of tho interior. ot L As a resu'i !h" govern- incut is prepared to go ahead ivllh the uirjugC'tuerttK for distribu- tion of rye used In the sei I relief ''i Mf, Marnoch an- nounc'.'d. tended one 'hundred and fifty (u tlio' OVERCOME NEW YORK HOUSING SHORTAGE XKXV'YOFKi Juue least six- hc-c-n Ihcusaud utldltluiuil apartments, [involving au Investment ot musi be 'erected to overcome preacnt lionsiUB nhortage. according lo uotejlja report made public today by ideal i-ily pa during the pait tu [UL UtCUr- -ivuyiu culu Uiiy 'iiuuuicu uuu llllj kuv jvayiuiiuu !s as tho> got liehiud (lie movement for} above. Mr. DIaninB advised Ihe ward P. Ucyle. secretary of Mayor '-.....ness moll of lo give the llylun's housing conference committee. ol l.clhbrilse. Athletic Grounds AVhat wll! -i'i ldca( i lUii-ra uui >ii' i i it i i lafiect Ir-UaUon to. lie re-lho ao.vlng of fall rye. -The bunkers alo nils tweaiy. jfliscussKl tho lion Tuesday and tour hours av a .iSutwtablo Archie Maclean ivasou 'in- ami ilieii cuiled S. 0. I'orter.iiie jub. .n ATr IrlKola J.. A for sonic en stated that at 'ttassano rain fet! laf( ulglit a and ucarfy washed ilu- At fhmy iwo-lnehe? and Slrathmor? goi oar Mr. 1'orler 21-10 inches ml yesterday! country out. j ore received linlf. as well; as llrcofce. At KimlKill. al the i ground hns bnea '.aVv.i ailvanlase cllli gates of tho C.l'.fi. Irrigation i ;ihe si-horn? or la-e-jilantiriE On a .u-l rtistriet.' hull fell with tliv ram but Riifstim Pop-j I'lHlC IWIlger 01 I'lOUds lit damssc-- "-'le Kei1 re- Districts -telved. reviewing the effects of tho storm of Iho past'wi-i-k Mr. LMartiocu referred to the lliaiict anuranl cl ter- Mr. .Marnoch paid tribute to W. A. faruior as ui'H-h cucourageiiieiit as Uauks, insurance compauiea und other posriblc1. so as them to financial houses will be urged to loan rtmsiu lu tho uouniry. Mr. Uaalini I luouey to tlie limit for JmHdins prc- tolil of how the farmers aM pleasjd to bring houslug relief. Kround is now In the'vroccss of -vjlu UIL, to tana atiou and next :-ear will ili-sconding in va-jme ized one of ihe finr.-t srounds of this, shades in the selccllon of ash descrtlillon hi tho nest A and elm. Thu'cifcct of this when the young trees slatnjs planted. fulfill! ,rccs arp ttM foliage but be tho .louble ;.nrposc nf a wind lireak hlgbly aliractive aud the Is well and to add the ornatnental value of the Here it is propojeii to build H grandstand which Its eievatcil posftioii will visible from every point in tbe city. The grounds. in the position they occupy, arc ad' rblrably chosen and placefl wliere they are, across the nprtlieasl of the lower lake, will be very convenient for atcejs. Fine ot Trees Along the north shore (if ihe lower laic trees have IICCD a oiicctved. The Lake Drive In tht city nursery itself (here have been 500 young trees put in to Have 1'lootl Tronblos. The last few hot days toscther with j; the nucleus for replacing trees on the boulevards ami adding to them. The whole lake drive has taken on a new asticrt with the cleanlOB up and tho improveuienls made in the plots Jtr- voted lo.thc memory of tha' military lihooi of flood conditions, however. (lrivcll through fifty miles of it thai ,vos lucre seriously" urlecteu thau any Floods In North EDMONTON'. June piece of counltr >u the south of the units-raised in ihe city, tha :0th and Jon railway lines' running northwest, 39th iind the 113th ........'--1 KiimBnton., -i landers. lilnorlheast and southeast of The Grasshopper Hooded fields end rising rivers are re-j The Foremost lino is looking splen- bVaulllul grove of trees put in prum-j Splendid Looking .Wheat Ported today as of Mr. jjarnocr, Eaid, a very altracll c of shade Along the soulh side of the lake heavy rainstorms that have swept th, grasshoppers are "i lownrdsi-lhHslands 3rvacres omne looking wheat part of the province since Tuesday, numbws steps im be ng inHci and above In the growth. ,-Thls Is again part ot evening. There, will be no inalorlaljto combat luem. The jrtamage lo crops. Five hundred and referred to criticism that nan fly-eight Shriners un two special j concerning the.puDllciiy given to the Grand Tmnk Pacific traius, on their.grnsshopper meuace before Iho time uu. -rounds Orau.iub THE LIFE OF THE LIVER Whether life is liver. Cut out meats and other foods that the fiver, drink lots, of pure midnight tonight. ivay from Boftoa to Portland. Oregon.I for the eggs to hatcli. Mr. Mnrnoch arc" held at Walnwright today, owing'then pointed out the results that have to Ihe tienp in traffic, and they willibeeu obUined since, in getting action not be to reach Edmonton until from the provincial government. At the present lime two government officials arc slallpnc-d to Lcthbridge distributing poison to farmers to com- bat tho spread of grasshoppers. Support for Irrigation Iteferrihg lo irrigation Mr. Mai-nocli said a great deal of-support is being, obtained from people wad never, paid any attention to the, scheme before, j Several articles Mr. Marnoch has pre-j pared have.been telegraphed to east-j ern papers and- published by them.' within the days and the, contains all the vjtairanes and aH Ae elements in wheat prepated in a digestible form.Two of these crisp little loaves of baked whole wheat with, hot milk or cream make a nourishing, satisfyind meal at a cost of a few cents. the appointment of chief election of- ficer probably will lie offered to 0. M. Higgar, K.C.. should the biU amended aa indicated. 'MADE IN 'CANADA 1 uestionaDiy Values For Men Unsurpassed Anywhere Extraordinary Bargains I in Men's Suits, Hats, Caps, Shoes and Furnishings. The following specials should pack our store all day Saturdayi we are offering everything at far below wholesale prices today. 2OO SUITS Regular to Special Saturday Price m Our Ovvn Correspondent) ON'BFOUH, Jiins .'Ryan las returned from B.visit with friends at liis old home .in South Dakota. .1. K. Cafieo appeared before tlie District Court silting at JIaiiyherries on the 10th. in support ot liis'anpHca tion (or ratnrslization and was favor- ably passed as a British subject. The Kev. Mr. ot the Presbyterian cburch at Havre, Man I lana, and Wilbur Bailey. Monlapa Sunday school organizer held a meet inc evening' at the hwnc of James J. Welherelt to consider opening a Sunday school here. Tliere was a good attendance and the mat- rter fully discussed with' tbe result I that final arrangements will .be made j anolher meeting to he, announced later. i J. H, Wallace Co. turned Iheir big herd of cattle the Oncfour range ahout a week ago and are slowly driv-' ing llicm tor the flipping at the 'Willpw Creek vai. In. Sasliatche- wan. Tho animals are lonkins In fine condition, and are net lacking feed In tills district for (lie srasa in the best known here. try-northeast of Calgary is now at- tracting Ihe attention ot the business men'of that cliy. .is there are large irrigation possibilities there. Thursday aud Friday of last week Mr.. Marnoch. had conferences wiih Iho bankers of Lethbridge and telegrams sent by him to Mr. Cole- man" of the C.P.K., brought Acheson, agricultural cf that company, to. this district in i a hurry, to make a personal Investi- gation of the slnio of affair's wind blown area. This move makes a foundation of facts in the liands of people woo are listened to all over the counlry. Fall Rye as Solution Saturday a meeting was heW with Mr. Xolile when tie proposal for the Bowing ot fall rye was dis- cussed 33 a means drifting and an active campaign v.-as started to gel the Dominion government inter- ested in It. Now it appears that the- Dominion government is willing to do all in its power to encourage this. Uy the sowing of fall rye an earlier crop riext year would result nml It would put heart in many farmers who arc now. feelins rather iluo'and dis- couraged aud, ihe crop would go long way in slopping soil drifting. Marnoch referral to llie at; Iron "Springs nml informed Ihe mcni-j hers of the boanl that the farmer.? of i thrit dislrk-t unanimously tile; notions of the board of trade, in regal d i to Irrigation. j On Sunday a held withj CAPS. Regular Saturday Price.... PYJAMAS. Regular SatuV- day Price....... NEW ..NECKWEAR. Thousands to choose .'from. Regular to MEN'S SILK PYJAMAS. Regular to 15.00.: Saturday Price ftiBN'S NIGHT SHIRTS. Regular to Saturday Price UNDERWEAR. All makes and all sizes.' Regular to and Sat- Price to Men Regular to Sale on7t Regular to Sale' These Shoe Specials Regular to Sale Regular to Odd Pants Up Hundreds'of pairs of odd pants from up. Myprices are less Irian they' could be bought for wholesale today. Act Now! MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Regular' to Saturday to A FEW YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. 36. To. clear at, each 315 Fifth Street IT'S tHe stropping that IfWSf ruined by unskilled stropping. There is one and one only Razor 'tKa'f sHarperis! AutoStrop Kazor, :nY.ou can't strop it slip the strop tKrough the razor head and a few strokes to and'fro >vill renew the bladcji edge. Asri your frlen'ds, any wKd Have' uae'd otHere and are now using the AutoStrop Razor, and they, will tell you "it's the best." Any dealer will demonstrate tlie AutoStrop Razor to you', guarantee satisfaction or refund of purchase price. Only witH strop and blades in an attractive assortment of cases to suit any purpose, AutoSirop Safety Razor Co., Limited AutoStrop Building, Toronto, ;