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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It muney. Enthusiastic Mcctinj r.t Twelve "cdines br counresitins at (ho open Work Tor Men and Teams Hiirons' Delegation for came from lie could not re- sist "ruliblng It in." lu 2 spirit of joy I lhat the farmers liaroni tiacl i-cmu I an array ol molor cars, Chance (o Gel Water. r_____________. Ibis meeting, of "00 owiHTi ot lan-Js In Hie Tivclvo Mile fouleo a varl or one hundred in number. were Irrigation ;armers present from the Iron Springs Turin and Ilarons dlslriuls. and Ihe spirit of tbo gatieririK cryilallliej the opinion of Soutliern Alberta tbarllic: (ulurn of this part of tbo proviace on irrigation. Barons Wanta Irrigation A slgniflcanl feature of tUe ni I believers whose utecl was irrigation. A Crtat Melting ll H great merlins solidifying Hit- try of llcy farmers of III1? Twelve Mile Couk'O (lislrirl, "Hive in wali-r j on our lan-ls we Theiv I were- stern Iherc lacins an euier- Ecnc-y ami determined to Jo battle for that salvallon vthicti alone could slut- or Ihc i-uinpl-Me off Hie evil day tual stared them in tliv Uimrlcsl possible titiU'. II it doesn't rain. Nsrth Ltlh- bridfie and Coalda's will clash at Eckstorm Park at G.10 this eve- ning. The irriflr.tionitts a c'assy crew ar.rl ejccett 3 walV- tut Ihe City Uiaue lead- ers hale guns and are going 13 spring 1 dark horse pitcher on the unsuspecting fans. Ee there. ill? l'ncler tuobl favorably cireunlsl i ho could not see how tho work I It .ilsitccl Ihij year There br: some possibility If action i taken m mice, but the [ormulnu or the act lie i-oajplitid wlib and Ihil took UHH-. SKJkine generally v'.imc-r nut a U; Hi" -.vork wo'lld bo more elp-.-nslve. More Wit-.r Tnin Coaldale II would about two ytars to tlir- sciisine when started As ;o Ihe feasibility ol ihc scheme, th- watt-r fiiiyply more suf- Jk-ieiit an-11 were un xreat eugi- .nccrin? dilflr-'.illte> to encounter. isthene tuuply iv.uer in f. dif- jlcrem way in llie Cnalilale -ifhcme. j k ivo'.llil hs nn than a aeooml fee: head. I In regard to ttie inclusion ol [ill i'ic Fcheiiie. lliat -jprncil mi a bit i aupslifin. The Hiroils farmers could Lr supplied -Jirousli ihc- Old Mun rJvoi1 I and ilifre eno'.ish water available. in niaki: Kelni CU[ um. IT cauiv nun I M'heuu- ii would ID b-t wilii second raic ivmer rlubl. bui IhU should oasura it In to ihu second feel Mr Peters eiplaVnwJ ditch; one 5We -will be HHd en..' vve'k I anrt Ibe other. Thu quejllon'of cro. anil stlioil lands iiicluilel 'MM brought LIP Hnj j eoo.l policy. Hole Coicpclllion Is j aii-1 tbe executive are aoiious llm a Us IIMIIV us possible be playpii in week-Hid and on July 1st. contM- :.rh.. ,n nQ way t.onnk.t iht, o( Wrighl StileM on iliai f-f Ik-ro are th-t games In the first SCHOOL round lhat not been On ulay ihem olf or t'o llisl, School for' IK to tirade X. Irctsrul nn eXLini- iirjr.oic rotullH and ihe work (jT ihe inmili during Hie it-ar, ;ue :ts follow ILbLllBK ill Of llYbril Tho .1. Davii MacKsy. c second rourd This llic resolution "uuiiniinuui- ly agreed lo at :i meeting of fanners of .Iho Twelve MILu i'oulet. district in (lie Corric school house, on Kri- Hi i! The school house ivaV packed to the duor.-i.'auu iherc wcrp a number v.ho, unable io gtl at- irrtgaliou when it was mooted. Tlic> opportunity was taken hold of Ly "Olil Man" I'otirEOii, a sialwari ho- j liercr in irrigation who in season I nni of sca.iun Lad preatlicd its gospel, j Tlic uiiiii from iron Siirinss had still rankling iii his bosom tbo opposition J Ibo jiro- to Ihe IrrleaLioit sc-Uenie wl tiunjlloii. In Uie Farmers Must Speed Up on whkli.ihe With Mr, J. niithevforJ of Irun i oiubnrked Uie quesiion ul irngaiioii Kjtringi in Iho fhair, the firrit'fiieakcr I should LiJ niudc paruuiouai unrj polit- w-iis Mr. S. J. Stivjiliortl. who brought I jcs siioilld rL-B-irded ol valtiu with lo Uie fanners uecessily ofj view, Tlirrc was the neivd- uji in geUiiig'an Iho petiliona Of Piic-iiJing in Inu cite- atlil Turned It was not alone j HOUR iLeceajjiiry for Burning iho irii-i What other Dentists Dare say Dentistry as We Practice it is a Gentle This ILHS ijcen our j.nrlicular slo- for ycnrs. H is to ur ns :L irtidn b a commercial iiislilutiun. liy il pcoii'c know us. In nine words we sum nil llic most saUciU feature ot our entire lliroughoiii Lhis vinci1. "A Ueiille many jialiotit.-i liavc I'oinc dbuljtiug lhat ilenlislry conlil ever bt rendered so. To all we proven the truth iif our asscrlion. Ye.--, DontiFlry as Wo Practice ll is (iciitk-. lioncst iiml alwuys liavo wu Hit; welfare ami comfort uf llic pa ai hcarl. IMPORTANT -Dr. IllcUards, lormcrly in charge ol uur l.etlibriileu OTficc. liiia no L-oimec- 37JiMsocyer our jinitllca. !Denlistrf As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art, Drs. 'Briiner, McLaren Nelson High Grade Ameirican Dentislry PHONE 363 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY 115A. EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTAUL BLOCK. jon ]irnje'ciA h ilit Irrigaliun Ai-t. Act (hurc wcinld (lf iis-ing. Tliis aii' wcro confurniiiy Atcordinj; to A tunher for nhor del.ills .sulhi-ienl to blame- tile govcrurjients; oa for being slow, the fainiers wj aliould rjot be slow in pettiiiR ncccssr.ry through :is as poa.sible. There were many i yo tilings lo be llirousii in unce Act and Hie speaker. farmers sljrmld .-ipeei'l up on tlii.i so j nunhaui tliRt the wonlil making Ihe value lhat they mean ife tbat there WL-nlcl what had lo be dime to conforui lo ibe j to ensure vvhiil. was lo be IriiSP.lion ami suonsly be clone. on the ihm cclia-i. and iin- J would be for it) mediate at-lifin. in the vaiiou.i ihe There FCieh ft? Ihc- vollng on as- sessments, the amocinl ot tbii boncliiin all'l i-egiilatpd perird ol advertis- ing gel over :ts soon art pos5ilik'. lie assured llic.' nir-etiuc of ,tiie sympalliy w and the co operation of.tlic l.ethbridse tii, tl tbe neotl llic Imnd5 bp enough a liberal allowance in ihc sum pro videO by the holds. There shonl'l be: nioney_ ifi put the. lln-niEli even il the amount of Iho lo run lo If U would cytnent of m lo out of nsraicns jllciard ol Tr.-.dc. _ liein? a dry rarm'er it was worth it .Mr. Fairiielil of the Kiiicrinieii'Jil He would not' irrigated farm Kami eilircised the roi'.vlelion that] for SK'l acre as it paid Him all hccolllinff itiorn aud Dioi-c eon- Ibat s. viiicfcl Hint, wo must liavo I Mr.-T. W. CrqttJ Hi- empliaaizeil the necessity, pointed out liy Mr. Sheplicrcl. ol Eettine busy so as lo set the necessary organic- Mr.-T. W. CrqtfjKjjLi'inecl in gelttug al] Eieriecl in lhat each farmerVjcl 16 be approached singly and not always certain Thcro wns also Bi.G MILITARY SPORTS UAi PUT ON BY MEN OF THE A W V SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW IN ENTERTAINMENT. COME AND SEE SOME OF THE WESTERN FRONT STUNTS TENT PEGGING.'BAYONET ON AND OTHER EVENTS BASEBALL GAME- BOW ISLAND VS. TABER AND GENERAL FIELD SPORTS. NORTH- BISCUIT co.; LIMITED Lethbridge Aquatic Association Club House on Henderson Lake Membership Feas: Men 33.00 Ladles and Boys SUH5 Canoes Tor hire lo members Dressing Rooms and Conven- iences for Bathing Apply to: R. ANDREW SMITH Hop. Secy-Traasurer Phone 643 THE LATEST PROCESS lu relrcndlni; lias been proven lo do superior ivork lo tho ordinary why svo U3C II. Illilslrnllon shoivs iiho'lo o( nur v.-ork by iiroccss. Try II when your (Ires rcpsirins nud let us (iomnn- slr.ilc Ilial llic DRY CURE PROCESS IS THE BEST. We sell Dominion and Goodyear Tires ALL KINDS OF TIRE REPAIRS GUARANTEED. 'AND GROOVE TREAD3 always uce New Cunl not Sands Lethbridge Tire Repair Station p. B. Removed to 416 7th Street Opp. Post Office Ift find ihem at home, he distance to traversed in sel-1 ins to ihe farms. He was spcjakilig from Lever paid Irmvj'nirefcrring 'o the Coaldale dislricl ..il was not fair to bring up My of its bad features iu the maltercf llie water supply. It Pprojcc.l different lo those contemplated in tlcat it did not belong lo as the other would be. The Man From Barons }lr. llnrn-dp, of Ilarons, siieaking for liis district said, "We arc and ;'irc asliamed lhat Ihc district first lurncil Ihe irrisatiou project down cold.1' 'The men who opposed th seiieme were those-.who were above the irrigation level and lo.se' water on Ihcir land was physical were per cent of tho farmers now ready to sign the petition for Ir- rigation and he could get the names in 30 days. They wauled to get back to llie fold. Something' Musi Be Done Mr. Pearson launched out into llie ililMcully i-rcalccl hy llie Barons farm- er.'; when Jlie Irrigation project was brouehl lip in somclhiliE of sarcastic spirit. They would not have irrigation al first but now they arc snf- feririr; they want II. The paramount issue wns Irrigation.' He ..liacl loured the ilistricl half a ilozcn limes for ir- risalion. ,Tliey bad said thatV I .Man Pearson waa Now they I' now diffe'rent. Tie Alberta Ministcri! f Finance lias ailvlsecl them to Itlcnl. Hut they had been patient or nine yeyars. Something had lo bo 1 one hy-the governments yet the rigalion ditches started so lhat the irlners conlil work on them nna Tinil i inner lo live. Mr. Rutherford drew attention lo the cecl of hurrying np with petitions anrl graed wllh Mr. Trofls as lo the dlfli- gelttiie signatures through r ot beiug always able to'lpcale farni- Mr. Durnap again urged lhat Unron.l hould be broncht into llie Irrigation c.licme. ff Ilio farmers liacl disapprov- it at first, they had now changed heir minds ifi the irnlh thai a wipe changes his mind but a fool nev- Nol Posiible This Year Mr, Pclcrp, coin sio ne r of Irrign- ion- did nol give llic meeting much mpc thai work oil the iiTtg.ilion pro- Iftcts could lie started this yeftr. Go- ng into Hie quc-nlion n( the surveys, IP said lhat In rcgniM (o Iho Lolh- hrldnc Sortliorn (irojecl nil the sur- s uecoASdry linrl heen ronuilctert and no more would be required ul .he present Ilnic. 'When the lline- for construclton cnmc llic engineer will have lo go ahcarl of llic construction gang and Ihe slaked for llic enllre ilUtrict. The 'appointing 'of a nlslrScl engt- nKr-r WM rctiulrcd hy tho Irrlgallon Act, The 1iP3l arrangement ea (o an chginocr was In have one oMils men, hill Ihe Dominion government, was not anxloua lhal men should on- gage tn other work. Thai was'n mai- ler for arrangement lu tho future, but-in Ufa sjlcrllbn of.r.n Would ho a inlstnlvc 10 get a cheap hffui. regard (o Ihd starling gation work, said it Is no IIED fooling About It. linder Ilio act necessary (lie dlsU llasell. H. .Nolan' K. Ki-rgnii. j I (dander. A. Ahrens. C. K. Sel-[ I 0. Mc.Maken. II. nanujril. J. (Me- llveiiu. K. D. rr-enbat-Ii. .M. y fheney. b. h'firjielil. .4. lluine.v. 'I'hy- ,sics. It. .Mequesu: V. Iwniol. Sell- Teyior. A. llaniilin-i, J. Denoon. i 1.. llic-ks. M. Hyssop. T. Noble, V. illlanville. l.tille. M. Turapkini. M. "Scoll. K. Farrow. J. John-vtn 'Biology, M. Reid. A. Crawford. "Physics, I llatrti, Henderson. C. Morris I "Physics. M. Hate-nun. -Grammar. C. I'rseDhacl'. VJramiuar. C. L. Hill, Peterson. P. Lsushren J. -Morritsy. T. Andrew. ill Kenim. "physics. L- Tilicr -ninloey, J.I. McXully 'lllology. j, Fiarrtd in any subject will I be given a supplemental lest In Sep- ilembsr. aucl should study Ihc subject Itlnrins Ibe vacat'.on. j Tile rollowinp sludeiils in Gnde K i will be required 10 write an all suh- ijects of (he Departmental Bsaraina- 1 tlons eommeQclng July ind. Reva Cress. Eniil'Dlckout. Robert Harvey. Charles Sang, Glenn Lalhrop, Dennis >lacelod. N T. Mac-leod vs. lienny. W. Crawford vs. Ceo. Morris, 11. Maclie'.li vs. Klrkham. Dr. l-'oi vs. J. K. llyclc vs. A. II. lltiil. II. I Hani vs. llalpiu. WILSON'S FLYPADS Rt AD DIRECTIONS t-nuhw THEM A Best of all Fly Killers 10c per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and (icncra! Stores Under The Auspices Of The Lethbridge Amateur Athletic Association in LETHBRIDGE, JULY 1st PROGRAMME A.M. 9.30 10.45 P.M. 1.30 Herald Road Race. Football match, Veterans vs. North Lethbridge United, (League Tennis and Bowling Tournament Monster Automobile Parade of school children from schools to Exhibition grounds, free ride, in charge of Rotary and Auto Clubs. 2.00 Aquatic Sports at Lake. TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS Suitable Prizes for limit for boys and girls under 16 years of age 2.30 Horse running race, open. 2.35 440 yards, open. 2.40 Running broad jump, open. 2.45 Sack race, boys. 2.50 Nail driving, contest, ladies. 2.55 Running high jump, open. 100 yards dash, boys. 3.05 100 yards dash, open. 3.10 50 yards, girls. P.M. 3.15 Pony tace, giris. 3.20 Running hop, step 3.25 Slow bicycle race, 3.30 Obslacle race, open. 3 35 880 yards, open. 3.40 Shot put, 12 pounds, topen. 3.45 880 yards, boys. 3.50 Wheel barrow race, open. 3.55 Pole vault, open. f! Pony race, boys. 4.05 220 yardi, open. 4.10 Relay race, 1 mile (4 in each team, open. in charge of the Great War Veterans AJSOC. 5.00 Lacrojse Match. j 7.00 Baseball match. x 9.30 Grand dance in Exhibition Hall in charge of the Girls' branch. I. 0. D. special orchestra. Terminating with Grand Battle of Streamers and Confetti. Dancing from 9.30 to 2 a.m. Admission, 25c per game. Sports 25c Dance, Gentlemen Ladies 50c Children under; 14 years of age FREE to all games CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE ;