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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "AlilrTHS LOCAL WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF: IJVE LOCAt, SATU UDAY, J UN R 20, 1920 .LETHBRIDGE; ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN ILL'DIP Dr. Galliyatv.-Says Campaign Has Brought Jlore CaUle Than Hc.Expecleti.V Dr. M. V. GalUvan, who has charge of a district running from LetlibrWgf to Milk River in re- aard to .the dipping of cattle, thts that In his belief practically every ririge animal, supposed to be dipped will go thrqugh the solution. Speaking for his disirlct, he saiii the ranch- ero arid farmers have shown the best of co-operation. On the: jlrst day, Thursday, twelve thousand cattle went .through the vats in his district. Dipping.will finish by Saturday night, he by that time close to: thirty thousand head 'would have gone through. Dr.. Galylri said he did not know there v.'e'ra, as many cattle In the district; 'as trie-dipping has produced. The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mfchaelis.) said a heap in proso and hymes about the' trend o! m imes, and Gee! (here is sn. awful 91 of change. We'aretofiirfrom quiet fays and peaceful tirups of. oilier lays, sometimes this planet rea'iy ocks quite strange. We're not con- mt to sail sea, choose- tbe (her tor a spree ape, as best >'C can, the soaring lark. 'And It we lould come down, kcr-ildp! Thai's not enough to make us stop; i! they us up, we re-imibjirk.- Or.-in ho wulcrs deep wo sail and emulate he husky it's quite a little daiuu. down there, tor, wo cannot bo satisfied" a pleas- ant, ride, where wo could havo our. nil cf light aail air. We keep on looking for new stuff. It's hard to Ind it new enough, anil day brings on Us crop we're shot tlio moto'r-'cars, we've dona our we're ready to try anjthing But, of all trends'1 o'i-inodern times as eeen in tills and other'cllines, there's one that makes the rest jinlo; when ladies! lake to poliijcs and. men to learning cooking tricks, we'know it is a sign that cannot fall. Wlicn womeii pick the candidates who look (lie uiest lifce faEhiqn plates, wo fcnow tliat they canned .frivolity, aad when take to inaklng 'steivs and speak in whiskers ot honie brews. then cook- ing's picking up, we plainly sue. Yea, when we read tbe fashion notes on. Direct Communication Between! -Two .Governments May Result in Action. "Qntck and decided action Is neces- said C. R. Mnrnoch, president of .trade this morning, walla Friday's ir- rigation meeting. He- was pleased to learn of the action of 1'remier.Sle'wait iu communication with Ottawa, he bud understood that tho 1'remler had refnsc'd to do tiiia. "I may'say that tbe adopt- ed by yesterday's meeting drafted on our understanding from' Premier .Stewart's communiuae after he had lUCt-the deputation frofii Hie that ho absolutely declined to approach the Dominion government. Tho meet-i ins'was interested to hear front the- proviiiclal treasurer that our premier had again wriitcn''to the minister of interior. "it is still more interesting in'view of tile followng. letter I Deceived from HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS --TO ERECT MEMORIAL TO EX-STUDENTS FELL It is the Infection of the pup- ils of the High school to erect a suitable memorial to past ftu'iehts who have fallen In Jhe "war, and every effort will bo' made forget' as full a list f. there producing cubic feet jet a day. The C. P. R. NEE9S LABORERS laborers arc needed by tbe Pacific. On tho southern'' -Alberta division cue fifty section raea ff can right now. Vnder 't present conditions the company ii fiadlbg it hard to keep paco "t with its maintenance work, be- -'t ing forced to shift crews from oho section to another, and tbo net result is that much ot the work is delayed. RESUMES OPERATIONS ON DREAMFIELD WELL SOON EFFORT 10 TO inllo east and a half mile- south of the present producing .well. Offi- ials of lha company have driQeJ west the old well without results now they have come to the conclusion hat the field iles more to the cast, t is possible that another rig will be ul to'work In tills neighborhood uro'macy more'days go by. Two drilling outfits arc at wort at Monarch, can- beiuc down in tte ueigb; lorbood of feet. Neither ot thesjp veils la down a sufficient depth to gef 'esults yet. .Considerable interest is iicins Ishca n'llie acttviUes around where gas was obtained from old and then lost. Two drilling outfits of. the Canadian firm are working in Ibis ;ield, one of Uienr clofe to the old Uniled ivell. Work aera is being rushed. It is claimed that work Is beiug done on tbo old Uniied well, from which it is hoped to secure.suf ficleut gas to work the other'two'out- A. Cucliahau, this morniug: 'Dear Mr; I mentioned in a New-Rotary Drill for Barmvcll Drills Going Down in Foremost Field. TADKR. Juie' Dreamfleld well, according to Chas. Kopian, _ was employed on it previous to'tho j breaking of the hydraulic apparatus, Is down 075 lect. The broken section j. Drilling-for gas by the Canadian to1. JJarquette, Jlich., for remouldlnffj has been receiv- ed that soon by ci- si> as" to" 'cause no longer delay. than As soon as It ar- fits. The Bow Island field Is still produc- ing satisfactorily.. Ludwig C. A. K. who. for 15 months ha3 been in the 11. S. as the self-styled "Russian Soviet Am bassador." has been recalled by Soviet authorities. I the Lawrence Peterson Says Farm- ers Have Done Very Satisfactorily. -awreiico Petcn-on; chairmsn of thn Tabir irrigation district and director of tue Ij.P.A.. .tliia inomiag-said lie expects water ou the land in bis dis- trict by fall and in discussing tbc ut- terancw of. tue provincial, treasurer about not giving farmers work, point- ed out that Jn'thc Taher irrigation dis- trict, fanners, the work Is progressing favorably. The work is being done .by Grant, Smith jind JlacDonaid, R. repulablo firiil and they, employ as many of the farmers who c-esire work as they can get and so far, have been able to than tbey.cpuld obtain. The progress of the ditches has been this season tarcugli labor shortage, but Mr. Peterson said. every farmer who has -wanted work has got it and they have been giving satisfaction. .-ji. aiiiiu puuii