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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAljE THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HEKALD SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1920 She letbbdboe Tfceralb aibcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and PubHshert.. I THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED J23 6lh Street South, Lethbridgo W. A- BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Tprrance Business Manager THE SENSE OF, HONOR To a local ti-.n-luT who Ml in llic war honor was the other d in iho unveiling to His memory of a tablet in one of the rity schools. i decil "that honor was jjaid' to one who hail done hi? his King Country, lint if more than tliivt, iliat the SUPJVUH.'. wcrilicc. iw'-il. It ileiiolixl liaior of liis ix-autry. .Tins f i lie uhveilftig of the tablet, the tribute to- rwlrtot- Isni, brought into promiii-MuY irmi'WHiinj; ot "honor which gof-s wilh'iho pcrfoimaiiuj 01 noble tlwtfc. It is- just this sensing wf honor which- neixls emphasizing. Thc.c is 'the honor vhit-h the individual io d Mr- wlf. -There honor with wliuh tho hoy ami girl rhuulii '.hi; school they stteml. In the of liie ihoro is no more i 1 11 port a nt 'fat tor than that tli't-y fetrovir.ce in the matter irrigation e repeat that it is satisfactory 'to know that negotiations arc In the way it "being re-opened with the Federa: Goyernhient. We can only trust that t negotiations will consummate n the plans, tor .proceeding with the placed on a practical basis, .FallQre 16 see'brri this 'part of (the country cannot but arouss disappointing feelings. 06 You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is.a "Vade 2 'SVhat Is Utopia? a. What is tlie trap-door spider? 4. What is i "travelling 5. What are the WesJ African Col- than, th any nortiou of the Do ?arrnelr> know the .usual pro cedura bblalning' credit at, a bahk. gpes. over yoii tho values of your; holdings an the valua ofirpn- land is included. "Whatrisiy'Siir land Sir. Dinning. i Continuing'. he told' them that the banks have, supported the .farmers during 1918; 1920 it looks as'.ll 'thby'Svill have to 'support here that will." (More cheers sudltne natural resources of this country, ries .of ;'Give, tt io them.') 'This Is not a thing that only con-' erus this district, but It concerns very merchant, hanker and business cu; In Southern Alberla suj it the overnmcnt uot know it, they houtd'know it. Hefusal to give sane- ion to such simple matter, iu this luergency, as guaranteeing the bouds a Uiid holdcw iu this rich district Is bsurd, -sid irthst is the policy ol he governments. It is nalioual cul- Ide. They tell me that the Domiu- on government can collect six. seven >r eight .million dollars, a large por- loa of which was collected from the armerT and they can .send twenty-sii uiilliou to Greece, and twenty ire millions to Kumania, and cannot guarantee .bonds for a few million dollars. It Is absolutely rot. "Tuey tell me that they can go dowc In your pockets and colled for. a merchant marine und :anucl stand tushiud with a guaiaritvC for bonds hi the prospect ot nlttns those What arc they going to fill them'. sand or gravel? Are they ballast out ot thi cc-uutry then get them back ful of Kuropeaiijaad United States pro- ducts and that exchange rnto high? WLaVJiind of 'national or pro vincial nolicylis this? Wbal kind government it ihat cau put and your guarantee behind ilacK 5 !oog as water rights under government, there S3 tic aco where money should come from. think myself that Premier Stewari iiould get away from eny little ngs ot embarrassment anil approach he Dominion government and tall hem they iuuct come through with his money and this province, if ceccs- ary, mutt stand behind the guarantee and it slu'uld be doiio nt onco. "Wo have lots ot dry years aud I lavei seen lots of dry seasons when. f 1 could have had irrigation rave helped out uiy situatlou greatly and also my bankers. have go! to the point where we aro at the crosslcg ot the stream, add tha governments to vynich we huve given, our utmost efforts must come u and help to place our industry on basis where we cau help ourselves. Wo are not asking for money. We aro simply asking to bo placed iu shape DO ihe bonds -we have to offer will receive good prices." The Do- minion should make advances f-o that tho work could proceed at once, he said- H. S. Allen H. S. Allen, of liaymoml. told of the held by the U, P. A. executive on tb9 needs of the farmers p( Southern Al- berta, and while he was uot iu a posi- tion to speak with authority from tha raecullvei he said; "I ie'i-1 sure I am exprsssins the .tseyng of Iho members wheii I say tbsy recoguiie the oaeiiess of our with any part that B sulferiug. I feel eure that any gov- ernment that will help you la the mat- ter of self-help In this emergency will receive the support of the people cJ e north." In Closing the speaker said he has und la the south a spirit among tho rnieTs thai makes him feel SUM hey will conquer their Sundial Speaker X. D. Mills, of Sunaial, said: "Wo ave been going down to seed and we are getting ck ot It. We do not mind doing it or 3 year or two, but uow wo have one it for three years and it looks s It we will have to do 11 again this ear. We will be getting nothing but and ill our sandals or perliapa we on't even have any sandals-" Cos inning ha pointed out that dur'ns imes of prosperity the farmers In bis Istrlcl dlii their duty iu purchasing and Mann and cannot put a guarantee behind scme.lhing that is going to give them passengers. "Do you think tor one minute that the patriotic and loyal citizens In this irrigation district are-not in as good position, tor-pay back those bonds as the countries of Greece cu. and Rumania? It is ridiculous. 1 asked ou't blame this man for getting e said, turning to Mr. Marnoch. the most GERMANY MAKES COUNTER CLAIM FOR REPARATIONS PARIS, June 26.---Germany has tiled -ith'the reparations commission a clnlm that niarka should be. li-is'.iicted freni Jlie seven WlUari due :is her Elirire if Hie Indemnity by Iho V .allies treaty, sav-i the relit P.irif.kn. Tais It Is Is Uie value nf impioTemenls Tier roads by tlermHn-prisijtrj-ot war. ri-.T 'advices great tracisi- :s labor especially In 131 Itehr region. Who was Benjamin FRIDAY'S OUESTIONS 1 Wlint is "Punic 2 Why Is punch so-called? 3. Who were tho liatnelukes? 4.' WTial is a Tappit-hen? What "Is the Manchester School? )Vhat Is pumpernickel? ANSWERS 1. vlola'tlori'.of laith, '1. From'.the .Indian wdrd '-putijt jHcaning five; so called five ihgredienli'-which' entorrmto water, lemon, sugar 3. The former mounted soldiery pE Egj'pt, consisting originally of Cir- casian slaves. A big pewter pot containing at least three quarts. Headers of Wa- verley will remember the liaron Bfad- wardine's tappit-hen of claret fro'm Dordcauy. The._name given political "party whoso'exertion's "we're" particularly directed to the develop- ment and thorough carrying out of the principles of 'free-trade. They hae their chief seat in Manchester, am Cobdea am! Bright were the priuciua' leaderiL. 5. Brown George or rye'bread usec by the peasants of Westphalia. me of them 'during "How, ion.g-.la Uiis going to c ontin- ueT' he asked! "Hoiv. loiigi'c'aii you .continue, -and how loiig can to support you in "this..flirtitioa mfh tho speaker taid 'he Is iu-'.bisurarice.' (Continued From Front Page.) most interesting feature of yesterday's meeting was the tion of the Provincial Treasurer tnat a. letter had been forwarded, to Ottar wa. This was tantamount to the signification that the Provincial Gov- ernment had reopened negotiations with the Federal, Government. What that letter contained has not been dlruiged, but it would appear that it has paved the way for an agreement to oome to between the two Gov- ernments to solve tbe present im- passe. H was well to hear from Mr, -Mitchell, as the mouthpiece of the i Government, that it there was any impression that hia Government was stubborn in the matter. of Irrigation, it was a wrong one. it was algo wel- come to knov; ihat the Government does not resent the recent agitation but has at least done something to. so to speak, start all over again with the Dominion Government to maXi tho lycthbridgo .Northern Irrigation project a practical one. How tbl communication will be received by lh Ottawa Government Is at the prcsen time a matter of deep Interest. It ca and has many arrears said Mr. Marnoch. The speaker said had learned Jrom, the four had-.attended farmers'- conventions in Alb'erta that he farmers of all Alberla are sympa- Ue.'bnH'ersfot Southern 'Alberta. s irrl thfitTost pos_sible. Southern" to 'n greater iteht" than: they are In auy vainer ila'ce' In' thp: .This stale. me'nfwas-'vr-e'lllrcceived. catch up its responsibility in the matter helping to sell the bonds. -He referre to the want of financial assistance given to the farvrTers.iri his district by, the TmnkerS'Wu'b had made from the fa'rmers in good times', if Iron-Springs Opinion T.-H. Wyman, o: Iron Springs, only spoke for a minute or two. He said all the farmers in his district want I' he government to get behind thi londs anoU t'o start the ditches.. .g Raps Bolh Governments L. .H. Jelli.ft, ot Haley and. Sprin Coulee; detiveredWhSt' might' be" term ed as ari old time'polltical speech. H went after both the Dominion an provincial governments iu fine styl and received cheer after cheer. ing his opening remarks he told M: JlarnoiTh that tbef.farmcrs ot his di; IriH are behind ils every movemen "This is the unWimojiB sentiment b Sotfl'hern do loo with'.much pleasure. on this hesitatto auff: flirtation between the Dominlo and provincial governments on th question as it the entir future ot this country and we do n propose to stand :for it." At th point his speech, was interrupted b commendatory cries and cheers. "Not only the endorseme: of the farmers op'this district, hut the farmers in al( "of 'Alberta and there are in the dfBces ot this goyer ment arc men who cannot carry through such a proposition as irriga- tion, we must- have a government Continuing, the speaker paid tribute j the efforts, put forth by -Mr. liar- och in-his travels to Otlaiva and to dmbriton, and referred to the lack sympathy he received. "We have been generous with this o'vernpicnt: and WB are going to be, nd we. .bayfi done generously by this orld in its great pain and stress irough which It has gone. We are oibg that through our governments, nd expect our governments to place ur lands Ui a position so wo can humanity the world over. 'Action Stage Now ''.'Irrigation has got tp a stage where .has got'to go through. So long as Southern If'rigullon district where acres of land aro concerned Farmers ot the Magralh. and gtirlini countries in sypport o iho .efforts being ,niado to get wale on the land in Southern Alberla.. Jle deplored tlie; fact that many people have allowed their water rigbts to gc away from thera. This year, he salO he paid OOB hundred dollars an acri to get mores water on his land. 11 referred to the Internationa! queslioi about lha St. Marj' and lillk rivers and said tho day Is coming when th millions of dollars. being wasted b Iho water that Is now running away 1 the rivers and streams of Southern A berta will be saved- .Nemlscam Heard From Viee-Presldcnt Baker, of tho U. F of Ncmlscam, told the farmers o Southern Alberta there is no oppos ticn In the northern sections of th province concerning the campaign tha Is being waged at present, :and co ceruing which the meetinK was hel "I want to assure you that while w are not as familiar wilh your trouble as you are we have been kept n.ui informed-about he'said. XI Jfarnoch had given.them a Ini of i formation, he.said. _ 1 The speaker told ot a conference! hetic with any section of their kin who are In trouble, 'and dse'd? this statement to refute arguments that he fanners of Ihe northern sections ot. Alberta-are opposed tg .assistance >eiiis given the-farmers ot trie soutV ths matter of irrigation. "I feel sure that the farmerf of the north will he willing when they know that ail you are asking Is to be allowed to go into a profitable he said. "We need 'a certain on .he part of the government, and we must get them away from this uncer- tain he said )n closing. T. W. Crofts The flrst ot the five-minute speak- ers hilled to address the meeting, out- side the main speakers, was T. W. Crofts, chairman of the Northern irrigation project.. Ihe resolution that.was to bo put to the meeting, and expressed the strong desire of Ihe farmers, in the district the government had no more faith in tKe bankers It was- time to pull oiit. L. Peterson iBarnwell, 'went back .'to a meeting :ncld soine years hack In Calgary in vvhich, hs reminded the audience, the statement was mado" by Hon. Duncan Marshall in wbicli he said that it was not a mat- tor so much of bringing in now set- tlers as of keeping those we had. That the policy at the present time in getting the irrigation project going to keep the men on the land. If Iho irrigation of the Letlibriitge Northern is rroceeTied with it will be something of hope to other farmers to hold on, in ihat it would mean that irrigation In other districts would follow. Tho government continue relief; it must come to an end some time; The farmers themselves were not desirous of charity, they wanted work which that construction on the project should be started right away. W. H. Hunter the construction-of the Lelhbridge Northern would afford. Kever was there a better lime, he sairl, for the officials to put Into practice what Hon. Seconding tho resolution, W. H. (Duncan Marshall had stated at Cal- Hunter, of Travers, said that-a year gary. Tho farmers of the Tabor dis- ago he was a liUle leary of irrigation trict had not made .so much of the but he had cow come to sec that iti soil-drifting there, as they lookeil for- was urgent, lie thought last year ward to. its solution in the construe- that the conditions prevailing wera lion of the T.ibcr irrigation such that only arose one year out of thirty, but he had now cotnr- to only ha hoped that it will lead to tha it was a case of twenty-nine ysars co-oporatlon and agreement between out ot thirty. He regretted exceed- ingly that the Dominion government and the provincial government could not como to an agreement aa to financ- ing the project, lie Untied Hint tlie provincial government would realise tho two Governments BO greatly ne- cessary to get the going. Irrigation project ALL GENUINE MASON RISC H PIANOS ATC Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices which was now going on. even though I it was tiie Binall area of 17.000 ayes. President E. J. Wood President E. .1. Wood, of Carrlaloli, appreciated tho.earnest efforts of Mr. Marnoch in the present 'reotu.ooiil. fie. referred to the Mornions being the NOT ONLY WHETHER YOU NEED THE CHURCH; BUT DOES THE CHURCH NEED YOU? You save monoy because we dave direct. factory in Canada. Aak tor. stylo llooklel. Bilntral klttfe Menu ol Oil you cannot get away from the fact 'Loth-, bridge would .be. a pretty Borry city in which to live if it had no (INeither have you any rigjit to hedge and am only one makes no difference whether I go or (jYou wtho are spending your Sunday automobiling or propped up In your easy chair reading or sleep- ing have little grounds tor criticizing. clergyman around the corner, who, no mat- ter what faults you may think he has, is, never- theless, doing his part to keep Intact an 'organiza- tion that has two thousand years of civilizing work-behind it, and big work ahead. fiYou read of wrongs of various boil with do you do anything about it! filf anyone "said "The Church ought to help right Iliese you'd probably say "What has Uv; Church-got to do -with It? Let it keep out .ot polltica." fiAnd if you did say you, if you said that it would bo cither because you haven't been going to Church, or because it "you have gone and held that view, your, worship probably went no higher than the roof ot thfl chu.rcb. would be fully justified in saying, "I wish iny church did take an interest in these things. ciBut get -these facia straight: Christianity.-was intended not only to bring people in closer touch with their Creator, but to also help Iihthe uplift of the human race. service is His underlying principle of the Chiirch; fiThe Chureh helps to release men, women and children from industrial works for clean politics, that goes In for social the church that is applying the teachings of the car neuter of Nazareth to modern times. n mntter .whether you are rich or a wago-earner, no matter In what section of the city you live, no matter what your denomination, go to church. (TOO and think It over; "the Church la the organ- ization of the Brotherhood ot Man. Christianity Xvas so intended. It has done big work in the past aro wrongs to bo righted It over; there Isn't a minister in hctli- bridgo who will not he delighted and encouraged to have your opinion and suggestions.. IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE, ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. ANGLICAN St. Augustln's chureh, cor. 8th Ave. 11th REV. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St. 3. Telephone 1406 Fourth Sunday After Trinity. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. latins, 11 a.m. :unday Sctool, 2.30 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Tuesday: St Peter, Apostle and Mar- tyre. Celebration of Holy Commun- ion, 10 a.m. In Wednesday: S p.m., In Church. hursday: Sunday School Picnic. Yl'd'ay: Choir Practice, 8 p.m. Hon, C. li, Mitchell was candid in what he stated at the meeting. Ho left no delusions as to how [ho Gov- ernment looked pn the financing ot the Irrigation project. He held that j what iho Government hart so far done was what In their opinion was that of the opinion of the people of Alberta 'AH a whole, not of the people in Ihe particular section of Ihn brldge Northern projecl. In IhU mat- ter; lltfiro may Ito views, and Whetticr wo aercn or not with Ihosc hold by 'he flovernttieM are Iltled to the Still'it la awnt- Ibiug tor the Gofcrninonl to rt-tnom. and wo so us friends of tiifi IhftV there) Is the fcclins in this part of the Province- (hat tho local view referred to applies to the of Iho bonds for the DICKED UP IN 1ASSING 7OR THE BUSY MAX thousand In Holy Hocli'ty annual at Toronto. flor. Dr. K.'ihin of Toronto, -liiiir In IH-v. Dr. tSlir.it wi-eii ('Inirrh arnl illiam a bit in styfe or color, but always popular. You may have them with toe caps and perforations or without; also military, Cuban or Louis heel. It is still an Oxford and always aUc as well as cool. Widths A to D. Prices up Io per BE W. J. Nelson CoM SHEflLOCK BUILDING "ALL WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11lh St. S, Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D, Pastor Mr. Claude Hughea, L.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.tn Morning Worship. 12.10: Bible School and Bible Class. 4 p.m.: BapllsniarService. 7.80 p.m.: Evening Service, conducted by Iho Pastor. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH War bonds aud In sending their o fight for their country, "Now ,wc onie to.the government in our time >f necessity aud apk thohi to help us. Vo .don't ask thcfti to kill the fatted but we ask them to give us water o we caa fatten the calf, and will Invite thera to tho ho said Unanlmotis Resolution At this point the lollowing resolu- ion w'as unaDiniously passed: "Whereas this meeting of farmers md business men -whoje -wholo mater- la! interests In this world are centred In Alberta, being' entirely satisfied from experience that exten- sions of Irrigation lo'farms', whcrevei that )3 possible, will Improvi tholr welfare; and Whereas there has been serloiu damage to farm landa extending .over forty townships owing to soil-drlttinB from, windstorms, the continuing ef- fects of which could be hulllfled b> diversified farming under irrigation; and Whereas all the practical engineer- Ing, details have been thoroughlj worked out, thus making possible ar. immediate start on tho Lelhbridge Northern Irrigation project, It financ- ing, can be arranged; ,ahd "Continued on Pago Six. Corner. 4th AVe. and 8th Street 3. A. H. Denoon, Minister. Ernsst F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster, BETHANY HALt Street North Su.vday Meetjnss Worship and Breaking ot" Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 T-m. Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. Odd's Way if Salvation Proclaimed. A Hearty Welcome T6 All. Corner of 3rd Avenue and-3th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B. Jones, Director of Choir WHAT WE STAND FOR Evangelical Slinlslery, Regenerate JleraberBhip, Religious Liberty, Christian Equality anil Biblical Au- thorilyl Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "The Shepherd Psalm." Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15. j Sunday School In tho 6th Ave. Church at'.? p.m. r Evening Service at 7.30. Subject: "Have We a Special Message for This A cordial invitation to all services. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Class. 1 a.jri.: Morning Communion Service. .2.15. Big Sisters. p.m.: Big Brothers. Chfncso Class. '.30 o'clock: Kvening: The Masons of Ilic city will worship with us .at this service. THE UNITED CHURCH OF KOR7H LETHBRIDOE Rev. T. D. Jones, Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 165S Choir Leader, Mrs. F, Jaekicn. 10 a.m.: Junior choir pracflco. 10 a.m.: Iloys' Dept. of the Sunday ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Blrig., 6th Street S. Sundays, ji.in.r Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: Blbls Study. Wednesdays, p.m.: Bible 3lutly, followed by praiee, prayer and tee- SALVATION ARMY 11 a.m.: Holiness Meeting, .1 2 p.m.: Sunday School Z p.m.: Praise Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Meeting. Adj. Hardy and LI. Brett, officers In charge. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Cor. 3rd Ave. and Etri 31. 4. tinidny lateting. All Wclcotr.c. Bible School, 10.30. Preaching, 11.30. Subject: "An Early Breakfast" C'hrlstion Endeavor, C.30. Jtrs. 'Knausa. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion' Block Pastor Jchn McAliater, School iri'thj HaJI. 11-h.tru Morning Service. Introductory -Sermons by tho Incoming Pastor. o'clock: Beginners ntd Primary de- partments of the Sunday School the-Hall., 2 o'clock: ftirls' Dept. of the Sunday School in the church. Sunilay. 11 a.m.: Baptism ot the Holy 3.1'.: Adult Dept. ofliio Siirirlny Scliool (Ihoal. in Ihd Hall. Sunday, 3 p.in.: Siihhath School. Song Service. iStiniiay. 7.J1Q p.m.: "The Value of s Service. Topic; "A Mcs-j Soul." SJgt 'or Iho (Tuesday atul ThursJay, S u'ciutk. No Collection.; Evening Service, 7.30. Subject: "How Shall Escape If We Neglect. So Great a Salvation." Public Cordially Invited, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Runflay' nt 11 fi.m. Subject: "Christian Science." Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Trrtimonv Meeting. Wr-.'l. a.1 S p.in; lloom open dally from 3 to 5 p.m. ;