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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHKRS tOTJ EXPECT IT MMpttMiMMMiti THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS 1SATURDAY; JUNK.19, 1920. LETHREUDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN ofilGonAnerce District All FoBlhimediate Start on Big Ditch Mass Netting a Strong Resolution lo Premier Stew- art and W. A. Farmers Will Sow Rye in Kf- fort to Stop SojLDrifting. "To bring as forcibly as possible to the government the need of getting funds for starting the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation as stated by Chairman T. W. Crofts was. the reason' for the'tioldlng of a. meeting in 1 Wiland's larga barn at .Commerce, on JYiday, night, which was attended .by a very largo number'' "otL fanners 'and farm women of that ufsfrlct. Pretty n-ejl t-verfr farnier. jvas to Judge by" the number there, the attitude was one ot general indigna- tion that so-far no constructive meM- i had been taken (o get the Irriga- tion going. As.a result of this the fol lowing %eEOlution was drifted and unanimously adoptrsi.' ''Whereas theVarea comprising tho -Lethbridge Northern Irrigation pdle- has suffered severely' .from and whereas tbe recent (vind'.-itdniB, culminating lift (hat'of Jnno.SUi. have worked im mense-'ilortruetlon' in this and .ious were shot at the chairman from be audience as to why Hon. Archie llcbean was not present, seeing that he had been invited to aUew the meeting and was in Lethbridgo- at he lime it was being There was th6 Ir Thellhyming 'Optimist" v (By Aline Miinatlli.) rumble nt diistbefkcllon at tbe snte the which came'' .rigation db'Iricthivs now been "erected self In reg: for several months, ami the farmers- Macintosh a climix in tie following resolution, moved by H. J. Johnston and seconded if C. Godsalve, and unanimously adopted: "Knowing that Mr. MclxAua, member of this district, It in aridge, and knowing of this meeting which was callaU lo see what the Gov- ernment wpuM do to help this dis- trict; it' resolved thai tHe pass for tho lack of interest which Mr. McLeou baa ehown. on our behalf." Mr. Mamoeh Called on to eddrew tha meeting Mr. referred to tie steps taken by D. C. Coteman, vice-presi- dent of the C. P. R., In sending Sir. Achoson, general agricultural. agent, lo look over the situation and obtain authentic information as to the extent of the damage done-by, the soil'drift- lag. In this he baft the co-operation of Mr. concise details were obtaineo. Ha mentioned the con- ferences that had Uken place between Mr. Acheaorf, Mr. Mur- ray, of the Noble Foundation, and him- self In regard to rye, Superintendent v RYE SEED WILL BE AVAILABLE G. R. Marnoch has received t tho following wire from W. A. Bochuan, M.P.: "Clark, Eftftd commission, ad- vises roe can fill all seed rye'.' need comman' -fr deer. He'discourages comcnin- cugtestlaB as might af- feet pulling up price. aotees can fill every order seed 4 ryei_ You can publish this." fvfiltiiu the district arid always hasp been, .anxious .to eee construc- started whereas (he Domin- ion gnvcrnunnt has indicated Its wil- lingness to co-operate -iu furthering coil sti-uc lion: Therefore, he It had helped in obtaining In- formation as to the amount of rye seed available. There were bushels in the cleyator at Fort Wil liaiu and Port ArthiHVtout not fit fo seed. Steps hid been taken to flni out how much of seed was' available id that this 'meeting adds to ia'the province'for sowing by the em it those of previous meetings bold in of July (or winter .rye.No, official o 1 11 _ nf AWrfMllllIN In tbo district, and rcqucBlSit.lie sneiit of Alberla to act'in'co-operation the Dominion government to se- cure the funds necessary with construction ot the Lelhbriilge1 Northern- Jtrigaiipu UiEtrict -vvilliout farther delay, and the Department of province had made so comprehensive a survey, added Mr. Mnrnoch, as to the effects of .the soil-drifting as Mr Adi'e'son. Criticises Government ;Mr. Marnoch rbfwr'ed to the tele- Congrcjcations of United and While's Churches Minister M'ith in tho United Church the members and adherents of the WhKe's and United churches gather- ed to bid farewell to the Rev. and Mrs. Hodglus and to them God speed. Greetings were presented by the various organizations as follows: Choir, Sir. Stott; Woman's Missionary Society, Mrs. Gordon Hoss; the Lad- -Mrs. Moody; Sunday Schooll MJS. King; the Canadian Girls Training, Mrs. H. II. Brace. Stewards. Mr. Robl. JoTuison; Session, Mr. H: H. Bruce, and White's appointment, JEr. Gep. Jfurray. The Ministerial As- sociation -was represented by Rev. A. H. Denoon, of Ksof, and RET.-C. B. pt progranraia. felt right amos he went, though that may. be poor argument. Hs was not .a, high-stepper, and folks whtr Tint pepper with IJobbni vcuuiu be cooteot 1 hid ktei used lo hto pica, and such a friendly oW'face, I Just ttated to teil him when I went to sell him. he wan the list horse ra the place. But the hoys called old Dobbin too slow fw the pace that they wanted to go. When my whip went a-cracklu' they said style wus lackin'; but he mz a self-starter, I kapw. autoi don't give fee a thrill, except I'm payin' the hill. I could nefer kivver the chkrins of fllwer Uut may have, toi be-pushed up tha hftt But it seems I am years out uv date have purchased my auto too late for now is wanm' and folks are eipiainin1 will DB pulling Its frqight. Indeed, they assure me ;thls .spring the airship is trjily the thing, a'nd the smart set is tryin' to do fancy fiyin'jand splnuin' 'bout on one wing. But you.don't know lohes'cme it feels with the barn housln nothia'. but wheels an' no Dobiin there neighin' like when I'd'bustle out'With his meals. Bu I've my limit, 1 'driv'e out m'ymotpr-ruu plow; you'wll hear-me refusln'Vheu they u my a steel Of aluminum cow. I1] stand fer their new-fangled rigs, with motors an' th'fng-um-a-jigs; 111 elan fer their flyin'; but wait till they're Iryln' to interducb gasoline pits! tlius furnish oiuch'needcil work for-tlio; Premier Stewart, saying: I interspersed by rnusical selections farmers who have suffered; aiidHlial'l 'Here you are all holding up both your.! from the following: Solos, 51 rx Stott, hands h: you bonds." 3 nuc may .d all the government says Is: go on and be 1 of lie forwarded prime Minister, at-Kdmontou, 'and Buchanan. M.P., mejn- lier for Ottawa.'.to.ue _.. _.._ r____ suhmittedlTv-liim tilhe hut ia 'leave yout gent V gct'out of your misery as-he vote your added, "no on the part of the goverDment it) emeu st yjbu He politics but dared his conviction that tho day the larger _uaion was not far dls tant. He alsi6 .niado reference .to th necessity of of climate, H contrasted the north and south of Al berta and eipresspd the convictlo that exchanges between two were spoke most kind' of his euccessof- and bespoke for hi the'hearty .sympathy and co-operatio of the He thanked th people for their kindness, both lo sell and family, and wished for the God's richest blessing. Sirs. Annetls and Bessie .Worthing- ton, and a very humorous duet .-_hy jolin Miller and'Robt. "Hume.'One and; -eferred to llio gopd wort that Itid L' a'nd'were enthusiastic.''o'f Leen' don iho'splciidid Ktn-ice rendered by Mr. and Mrs. Hodgins..1- .'flic (art. of cemcntiiig tho two .con- gregations no caiy or.c, but-Tiir. Hodgins by kindly Ha which requires no stUfitiop and nevet fails, proridwi SEA BRAND Allow a heapinfi elch cup. Pour walrt on the. It will the dduious coffee you UK die fineground graije of Seal in1 fa-1 '2-lb. .au-tiglit. .Tiia. At good dealen. Ovr Uailri, 'Ttrfnt lint fete CHASE MONTREAL. Ttrrr'-' talking business find Is all shot to pieces." Can-Start at Once.' Mr.. II. .Miicklestou, engineer .of' untiring iidelily to duly, and his uni- the" Lcthbridge Northern IrriEation tonnly.eotfa pulpi' had not only, project, speainns .to. .the wprk together but h'odj-wn all.'was "ready growAntil the year-tins-' start-sis soon as the money was with he (laejstlon. Not Dr. at Kipp, created much amusement by saying thai the provincial govern, ment Instead ot giving the farmers in the district what they wanted In the way of Immediate Irrigation construc- tion was offering them .rye. fhc-y not want rye, Uioy wartfed .water. Tho farmers, he said, were ready lo go to any extent In paying the assessment for tho even if It, was over an acre. Considerable appreciation iwaa vole- ed at tho meeting of the aleps taken by IV. A.. Buchanan, M.P., to help oiit the situation. Thy proceedings closed with a resolution expressing -thei ap- preciation of what President Marnoch had done In calling attention to condi- tions. On thi call- of a showing of hands before- wo meeling broko up an to what fanners would plant ryo If seed wore, provided every hand wont up. This was the result of tho statement made that It was no uso the Individual farrnry planting rye unless his neigh- bor to tho west ol him did so. 'P.O. BOX 940 1619 IntoineTax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Company Acadla Building 614 Wlrd Arenuo' (South) Are Particular About the surroundings, service and menu, be- cause we enjoy the pat- ronage of particular people. KIRKBYS 606 Third Avenue South The Yale MPflF.lDE biff and inflaenHai rawltag ot representing Dotrt of was held in the Board of Trade 2g at elevetf iMi mora- ia which the telegnai Premier Ste-wait, by President Mamoeh, was fully endorsed. meeting passed a resolution. jsipresE- ng its appreciation of the work done ay Mr. Marnoch in regard to getting goibg by calling attention and remedying the situation created by the Boil-drifting caused by the 'recent winds la the Lethbridps' Northern cHs- On all sides tho .necessity of the Provincial government -taking action fc financial aid ot the Dominion govern meat ires voicea. At the meeting J.'DeVries, of Com- merce, speaking for (he fanners of his district, said that irrigation would en- them to keep a hundred bead of on a quarter section, whereas they were nbw-hinHy ahle to keep or -four.' This meanX a value of from JS.OOO- to to be oblalueJ from a elngte, unarter The fanners flWre prepared to go the limit la paying for tha water. He had farm- ed fourteen years and had coae from hla erperUads to forcibly the vahle ot irrigation no matter what it cost chair was taken by II, J. Din-. ning, in the absence, of President Mar- vho on to meeting of In regard to irri- gation and soil drtttint En- Carnation MDk, baby site 10o Robertson's Polish Groate Clark's Pork and Beans, tall cans i4c Tollet Soap, htrgo 6, 2Sc THE FIFTH CAFE STREET SOUTH WILLIS ''CANADA'S BEST" For FWY a Standard Canadian Product! Be f ure to Investigate the Willis before buying elsewhere. able terms arranged. Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDQE MILKI Pure and fresh from our own dairy herd, delivered for break- disappolntmente, 6V2 Quarts, Just ilke having jour own cow f yog Phone 1142 A. J. Batterwck Son North Lethbridge Dairy BRICKS! we AP.E'NOW IN A POSITION TO MAKE IMMEDIATE SHIP- MENTS OF NUMBER ONE COMMON BUILDING BRICK. THE QUALITY IS THE FINEST EVER PRODUCED IN LETHBRIDGE. f WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES LETHBRIDGE BRICK LTD. 419 SECOND PHON.E 1412 PHONE 1412 OUR LARGE NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation are prepared lo supply customers with Chief Mountain Cream- ery Brand Bolter and Ice We are also exclusive agents for Cardston Crewnery Brand Batter. Wo Inrlls public Inspection at any time. are also In tie market for sweet or clmrnlnB cream add milk, at the highest market prices. PHONE OR'WRITE CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD., PHONE 19M S-weet Mnslanl PleMes, large N'oir Srascu's Fare Maple 60c and Tins and i GREEN ONIONS, GREEN .PEAS, STRAWaERRlPS, CUCUMBERS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, NEW PEACHES, HEAD LETTUCE AND AJ LOWEST MARKET-PRICES. Blue Ribbon Peaches, i Ib. piss- each Sardines, King Oscar, 2 tins He Chicken Soup, Van Damn's, per 20c VChill-Sance, per botUa' .-v.'i, ;4fc" Pull Cream Cheese, per Ib. Wc Grapo Juice, fountain sire, Snowflake" Ammonia'.Powder, pkg..................... 10c. Maple Sugar, per cake 18e and and 65c Tarragon Vinegar, per hot. 30o Blua Point Oysters, equal to fresh 33c 65c Toro Tablets, 2 for ......-.'lie Ground per pkg. 2Se Ijowney's Chocolate, ib, eSVs, Ijovney's; pbcoa, size, 2 for- 25e Veal last, 'yet Ib. ,480 Swift's -Premium Bologna age, per 45c Cooked H6m, Special Swilfs Peamcaled Bacon, sliced, per rtK 7Sc Pennant Moiasscvper tin ?Si Peter's Gtinuiuu Sreet Chocolato1......., 10c, 30o GEO. KERR FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We To supply intending cream way shipping 5-galloncan 8-gaDoncan We paint your na (All back orders are being shipped at Crystal Dairy Limited Phone1576 THE HANDSOME STONES On view" hero are nol to ex- pensive aa you, may imagine. We prepare tbem when no im- mediate ordera are on1 hand. Lethbridge Mcnucncntal EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Sunday, Jiqne 3 p.m. ALL MEMBERS MUST HAVE OR RECEIPT BEFORE THEY'WILL BE ADMITTED ;