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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It Ml. Ivingslev Draws Alluring I'ii-turc in Address at Tiiber LiytflNMFAlOFMLAl F 0, O1 '5- O C- WRIGHT SHIELD ____________ The golfers arc taking ran Iti tbe Dominion Day BporlJ, Ibe big pvcni of !hc dftj Loins the play tor Llie Wright SliLett. OF ALFALFA CROP, TABEII. JUUP mgsestion Comrade Klutslcy fiprtssed ai a local labor hall icccllne here on Wednesday niiht thnt tbe worklns man should be. i-orae n producer o! food, fits in with ihe proposal of the irrlgaiicnisls whu ire planning for tlie early installation of Irrigation for Ihe Taber district. farmer who was present al the meeting while nol fnvormiR n return lo Ilio back racking days of Comrade Kinsslcy's trade or the manner of of IlobluBOn Crusoe as praised by Com rado Klngsley, yet when correlated with Ihe Irrigation proposition, el- plains how the miners al Tabcr could oblaln their leu acres til Irrigated land for a family farmstead liomo dur- ing Iho summer when Ilic mines are oflcn Idle. The construction of Ihi: irrigation works will provide a means of obtain- ing the Jarmslpad as was tho case with many of the pioneers in the Raymond anil Stirling districts, who now able to'raise can cat and more. Together, hy the assistance of tlic; Irrigation proposition the problem could be solved without Ihe "Uolshc- vik bunch taking a worn sjnuge unil wiplas the wealth oil tho leilncrs of the as is hinletl al as a possibility by certain asilators. The worker on an irrigltion farm, even a small one, instead "or d: on instalment plan" would become rorpulcnt living on the fat of ihe land produced by himself and his family on Ills own estate. The residents of Midi a community could feed Ihcm- sclves and have c generous surplus for tlicir IO--5 forlunale neighbors ill less favored or more congealed areas and Ihns oblaln the double blessing due to furtherance ot tlie doctrine that it is more blessed to give than to receive. The mine worker residing In his own home on an Irrigated garden plot would be "as liaypy as a wild horse" for he would not have to sweat un- less he tin could the.'nhnilo ol .his own crab-apple frees growing alone his irrigation ditch, wlille his wife nml kiddies enjoyed the treat of ilelic- iaus sundaes, made from home made Ire cream, sneet tasting because pro- duced froriiae product of bis own fit; falfa fed'Jersey cow and flavored v.-ith borne grown strawberries. He might even enjoy" a smoke from his .bonn grown tobacco. .Thus as Comrade Klngsloy urged 'order could be brbuzhl onl of Ibe pres- sent by the mine worker him- selfshccomlng a country gentleman, producing food for himself and hi! family and sharing the surplus in a of neighborly comra'dcship with Iowa Horse Breeder in City- Shipped 300 Head lo Al- bi-rla Liisl Year LACROSSE Is It Possible? (ByJ.S.IO llcavy Crop (itiug Tnkcn Off Alfalfa I.Hnd lo Yield S'JO lo This Year NO MAIL CARRIER DELIVERY, JULY 1ST has boon H'lit v oul In post offices IhroueliGul -1- Die Dominion lhal on July 1 there will be no carrk-r deliv- ery. I'sUallv 00'.' CLirnCT de- livery Is made on slalu'.on1 r. The-gcutral d-.-liv- LTV, registration and stamp wickets will be opeu fiom S am. to 1C? a.m. the labor of love, 'ricuds. If there is oi.e thing we would ratb- Willt tbe drying iireteni !'me affcctiiiK gro-Aih, pleas- Ing sight al the Hank of Nova Hcoila arc- some specimens of alfalfa, about three and a halt fee: It) tiro- ink cloK-r. all ready for ig at the end of iliis wcctt. These were raised en Irrigated land two miles from the cily v.he [he Thomas II. llolhcrl, of the llnll: Horse -llrccding Co., Grccley. town, !s on a business trip lo the i-lty. This company, one of the largest on the continent, breeds I'ori-hcrons and Ilc.lgia.ib-, and lasl'yoar 300 ot its th'jroughbrctl stock were Imported into Allicrla. Mr. llolbort Is n strong ucllcver In trade relations between his country and Canada, by means ol a lower tar- iff, and considers thai many of Ihe problems here will be solved by faclll- Ik's for commercial Interchange. He is a graduate of Harvard and a Ir.wyer .is well as a breeder of thoroughbred stock.. or du than drink real Leer on a liol day il ii tu look niVi lai-roiso game. othy anil pi wiial happy memories go scampering calnsl, it being in tlic inlerests ncn who an: gulUy of Bolshevism ti the men who have Tonsil apainst cannot tolerate )ther men ot tlic union arc not sympathy wilh Lhc resolution, and a netiiDg is called lor tonight to go nto Ihc whole moller .it being re- garded that Llicse wl.o fathered the were misguided in that llis-y were not sufficiently informed aa j lo tlic real fads of the case- j The report of ibi1 AlberUi Lifcnt Employment Ilureau, from Jan ary -Olh lo April 30th of ihls year. ho'wa that out of S13J supHcaiUs for j mploymcnl in iho province. vcro found situations. Ui the month of lay, out of apullcanls, 319J were placed. This apjtlles to all classes ot cniploymtnl, and is a iierccntagc ol SO per cent, of appl'ranls Tor uhom situallons liaie Ijcvn obtained in the nonth. rere not all able to answer, but those City Police Busy Enriching Cof fers al Expense of Spcedt-rs The coffers of the _ city treasury v.erc replenished lo the amount 0 J10Q by Tines of and cosls iraposnt on ilic [ol lowing at tbe city jiolic court lliis morning Ior; th speed limit. Those who raitl Ihc pric for tbe Joy tboy appear, to 'derive (ron more who have to nppcar in ttnswcr lo Hie first lacrosse nractlco unlraollscs DclJ at the Altlelic Didests Easily -one dreat merit of i An equally v merit lies in the sturdy, well-bal- anced nutrition of this capital blend of processed wheat jj and barley. Just the food for tired 'There's a teeason" ;ho arc here, iumpcd like chargers he baltlc cry. Hecruits were Hi p ana ivhat have been trying to cl at. for all this lime happened. There ll 'stccn years 'ark lasl night. Grab jour imp" irmly, because yoirre going to get, one iwlul shock when you see who were n'USlevcd out. K you're all really we will BO over the list. First remember hot lacrosse Isn'l any Hal-fooled game. You have to move and move darn fast. Then Ihihk ot having to keep that :ait up for some several minutes. Then :ricnds. you will tcel as we. lhal lha nipossiblc has-happened. The old blirr-knecil. broken winded, loose mus- rleil alhlelcs ot olden days hnvc arisen, shaken their shrouds anrl [accd the larlcr.'Onco again. Look tlicm over and keep July 1sl open for tbe lacrossR game. Slransc ycl Tarailiar sound Ibat it has: I.cllibrid'gi; vs. Medicine Hal. Thcro they arc. WG can'l keep you in suspcn dcrs any longer. Smoolhy Wallwork. just as slick a3 ever, (hough now no aeroplane for speed. Herb. Skeilh. jus'- as mil ot Hie old pen as when .he kicked Ihc dust on Gall Gardens. Arehin McCorric. Dougal Ilmlcan McNabb, and George Dhtou. can Ihoy plsy lacrosse? Well, we will Icll Ihc world that al least one lime Ihey; coulil, nish Davics. for Iho lovainike. not very fmm Ihc ground, hul cflec- tively there wllli Ilic old hip slur! as o[ yore. Doc Connor and Doc I.ccch in laying anil nol official rapacity, llicy now full well doctors ore always ncccsslly wbcrcrcr tills wonderfully xcillnp Is played. Jartc Taylor. Jloc and Percy 'orstcr. all lium ilingers who have rovnd lliclr class in olhcr Ileber. a veteran in two senses of lie word.' Haggis Scolt, Just as lirclcss as vhcn he ran Charlie Ned of Medicine lo death. Then somo promising yonng blond, lie two George's, whose alhlellc abll- (y is unciiieslloncil Mr'Klllop lind VouiiK. Hy fho way Ihc sheriff nlwnya did love lacrosse nnd will be be nmonn liosc prcsenl on .Inly 1st. There were olher.s. but we don'l gel paid1 for wrlllng this stuff by Ir.c lineal ynrd. Vr. ran name a [ow ollicrs who hear tho call and be- on In somo teinc tlii'ir middlo name: Hoc Slowarl. I1III Nelson, Kd gar Hill anrl [''red Gow ife a few. (let out Ihn rolls, do lint Jujl spurl il on the lacrosse map oncp ngalTi. "l.esl wo frosct." Alvln niploy am aren't iliil wo ran'l 1-nl think that Ihey an wilh n j In spfrll. They received lln early Instincts of pbyliir ,'Oic on tno lacrosse fjronn'dj, rmr. rinlahci It as heroes cm Flanders Klclds. Full nrntllce lonlghl nller thn fool- ball game al the through the air were H. C Knights, R. Durrant, J. K. Cobb an J, There are otbers whos cases nave been adjourned and a few There were tonstttucnc-Lei in SI the Quebec noniln- The IMo-yearold baby of '.Mrs. II. A. Achcr, of Ixmdoii. drank but was ruplieJ to the hospital and Is oui danger. RETREADING DONE BT EXPERTS Get your Retread Done B> Us. SECTIONAL .NND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing 712 Third Aver ue South PHONE Ask a dealer to show you an AutoStrop Razor. You're not obliged to buy; and there's no obligation to Keep an AutoSuop Razor if. after it doesn't please you. Razor s'Jop T- 12 bladti AufcxSirop ID his daily rides "on Ihe red line car. Molorman Francis has1 conic [o Ihink that there is mich that cau be donp- in makinc Henderson Park more attractive and thereby adding to tbe receipts of the red He has evi- dently bten glVing the matter much consideration and In the memorial scheme for the sujdlers, believes that a suitable archway at the entrance lo the park vvould he a very filling ex- pression of recognition as an adjunct to tic scheme; for Improving the vet- erans' club. By this means there will be an inleresl created among Ibc sol diOTS In .Henderson Park and much can he done''there by the relumed men In pulling-up attractions, the proceeds, of which could DC applied lo Iheir funds. Amongst these would be a skating rink in the winter. Hcntlcrson Park, says Mr. Francis is associated wilt the soldiers in the units thai were trained and vtcre in barracks lucre. IJeyond this there are spots in Ihc park whlcli ere- aled In memory ihe soldiers, and altogether there is a link between Ihe park nnd the relumed men, the senti- ment ol which could lie well utilized. TIME TO REBUILD foods dog ike bver and tax the digest- c? i ion.oummer brings re- lief in cereals, mitts and. pWen vegetables. StireddecfWheat Biscuit terries or oilier fruits is a life-saver for thou- eands -ike Eteam-cooked.shredded and baked. Combines delkkmsly with berries and all kinds of fresh fruits a satisfying, nourisnindinealFor a few cents. Easily pre- paredvitboxit kitcben TWO CHILDREN KILLED WHEN BOMBER LANDS BOSTON'. June" liombln; air- plane, iiiloteil lij1 McntiCol. II. ClaggeU. alrupt.nud killed Cwo chil- dren nml injured another In .landing al Franklin Fielrt yeslcrdaj. yrorry or DcwarcofgumlcndcrnesslhalwAma ol Pycrrhca. Four out five pcoplo over forty have dcr forty also. Looscningfcethindi- calo'I'yorrhca. Blcedinff gums, loo. turns Bet as so many doorways for disease germs to enter I he Infecting the joints or causing other ailments. -4 rorhan'spositivcly prevents Pyor- used In limo and used consist- ently. it hardens the gums the teeth bccomo firmer. Brush your teeth with Forhar's. H cleans the tcclh them white and clean. If sum shrinkage Ins already Get in, ftnrl using Fornan'snml consult aden- immediately for special treatment. nr.d AllDluggisls. 'fQKHAffS, St. Jama Si., Montreal, FOR.THEGUMS Dry Cure Retreading i. THE LATEST PROCESS In retreading has been from la do superlor-'vrorli lo ordinary why wo use It. Illustration shows photo ol our work by this process. Try It when your tires need repairing and let demon, slrote that Ihe DRV CURE PROCESS IS THE BEST, We sell Dominion and Goodyear Tires ALL KINDS OF..TIRE REPAIRS GUARANTEED. DIAMOND AND GROOVE TREADS We alwJyt use New Qum not Bands I Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B. MeKINNON, PROPRIETOR Removed to 416 7lh Street S., Porf Ofice ;