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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 'JUNE 29. 1920 THE r.ETHBKlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Governor Kkdersley of H.B. Co. Spreading the Gospel of Irrigation Tells Winnipeg and East of Con- trast Presented My Coaldule llle Horald in following Interview he i slated ihat be could not have believed and Districts m laUch a contrast could exist had he not Southern Alberta, and wiih.hu own eyes. Money !o Finance Irrigation When Govermr ot Hud ton's Bar Co.. was in Lelbbrldse i couple ot weeks' ago on his tour oC Immediately afterwards, tbe sovar- nor, wUo is also a director of lup tank of England, Vent xb NYlunipeg, and While there ho gave an to the Winnipeg Kree Press which Ifjret going to 'do luueh to help the bridge Northern and olher schemes In this district to iscure ibe rapftal necessarv to develop the pro- the of the company. Ucls. yoiio.vink is tb ha visited two sections of the Loth-' bridge The first was that be- tween Lethbrldge and Macleod which presenting its very worst appearance foiiowing the June 8 wind storm. Following that visit, ihe after- noon of the same day he visited the Irrigated section east the city. To CJUeSEC TO LIVERPOOL )uiy 5. Aug. 4.....Victorian July U, Aug. It, Bmp. France Tidy 2S, Aug. 23, Vr Fred July Montreal To ,3..Scotian ...Havre-London S..MinnedOfa -----Liverpool 7. .Pretorian 9..Tunisian .M eta gam a kl7.-.CorsIcan .'.Glasgow Havre-] .ondon .....Liverpool .Liverpool matter Very thoroughly tiid if ihe-y were aura ot tho necessary vrater supply, and they seemed to feel pretty confident of it, they should go ahead. It Vas not possible to go back to the old rancMftg conditions; the present conditions wera intolerable, therefore the only turns to do was lo go for- ward with the only ecaeins which seemed to offer r. solution ot the trouble.v As to Financing displayed pronilaentiy the front page of the Kree Press: Sir Robert Klndersley, governor of fc Bay "compaur, fa slUag Winnipeg on his return trip across Canada, and Is in residency the Fort Garry until Tueaejiy nert the Atlantic and Pacific Sir Robert has wltneaied practically every phase of Canadian Ufa. Unfortunately bin iapreWtou of prosperity wae .allghty marred liy vtert to' t-osutry turroubding the' company's post at Hscleod, and to city ot brWse, -where he arrived Just alter the severe wind storm ot June S. In of the appearance of tills section of southern Alberta, KCD. hotel Saturday, he eald: "I-do not think 'I recollect anything n my wrperlence quite so deplorably It arguable, Sir Robert, that tbe bnnere should not be to pay tbe -.vhols coat of irrigating this Uind. Tbe province- of AlberU a whole and tie Dominion of Canada will benefit from the (treat prosperity likely to ensuo from tbe Irrigating of districls. Take the effect of tba famous bumper crop of 1915, tbe rail- the mills, Oie dealers In every Und and class of goods felt 'the of tho money from that crop, and if conditions were made se- CANADIAN, PA-ClFc OCEAN SERVICES., St. K.A Vic. July '17 K. A. Vic. Aug. 14 CUNARD RMCROR AnChor'Donaldspn PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL Caronia, ..July 24 Caronia ..Aug. 21 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Mauritania July 1 Impcrator .July 15 Aqiiltanla July 31 Mauretauia Aug. Imperator Aug.. 12 Aquitania .Aug. 28 NEW GLASGOW vis'-Moville Coriimbia July 3 Columbia ..Julys: Coiambia ,Ang. 28 Columbia .Sept. 2! GLASGOW Cassandra July 3 Satumla I. July 1' Cassandra Aug. Satumia .Aug. 2 For full information apoly to any B Jt or 8. 3. Agents, or Company's offici SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St. Winnipej. generally looks ao prosperous Heightened the effect, but could not heJp feeling that, with. much, good land crying for settlers, it Uttlo short ol a tragedy thst.they ibquld have gone into e district like ls. However, the people are there find apparently they have worked bard and made every effort to suc- ceed. It IB too late to talk of what should have been done, the buslnees at Iho present monfent, I Imagine', for provincial aiid dominion govern- ments, is to see can bo done to remedy the situation, and so far as possible prevent its recurrence.'' Irriflallon Asked as to what he thought of tbe irrigation projecL more generally known as tho northern extension ot the Ixjthbrldge irrigation district, he said, In effect, thai he- had socn the plans and driven through 40 miles of the territory proposed (o be irrigat- ed but did not feel erpcrt enough to give an opinion. However, those who The Home Cooks When Pacific Milk first came on the.market we had many professional cooks try it and give their opinions. But really iI is tbe recipes and experiences in home Tdtchens that .we are moat proud of. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd FACTORY AT LARDNER, B. C. Possibly Hie contrast to the umriaot vegetation -we had junt !eft cure- so ttat this country would have a crop every year, ta Is evident from tbe returns frcrtii already irri- gated, it IE capable ot producing such crop with sufficient moisture, tbe stimulus to- business of ail kinds would be permanent. It ii evident that this land can be enormously productive, and production ofefood- Bluffa is of the highest importance to temple, wh'cU was bolb beautiful and strony. Great "Thus there are brongat to onr at- said Captain Deooon. ttrehetb inj beauly sad ftra M esaeatlal to- day M Jc tboee dayt la any or enterprise. There should be to to sup- port aid beauty to adoru any great undertaking. TMi it true of tbe state. Wisdom is needed to fcrcn sane, and equitab'.o policies, strength to safely carry them cut and beauty, in tbe-citizens' that each may'be worthy of his country. is true in the churcn. dora is needed io ;'ir the wodc that confront? 'he church in tbe world. .Streotth'ij needed to awtken tiid idmulste moral farces in the communtly and Ihe membership of the- church Is reminded ot the beauty of God's word. This ts also Irue of the lodge.' It usual have wisdom, etreugtb. and beauty. NYaere tnese prevnit there be harmony." Like Solomon, he each person is to erect a temple more beautiful than in tha great and dim past and If vre are to erect a temple we Inuat possess the qualities already enumerated.. must be vi' enough, to realise God Is ever preseni and mutt be wise enough to place trust In God. Men must also realise revwled His will for our guidance. The Bible U given as a model to fashion our lives. Wise men realiu, continued Captain Uenoon, vr iare Immortal destiny. Strength Valued The oocond is streugtb, whkb the world today, he said. The world rijhtlr honors the Canadians who sliowtd their strength in the second battle pf Ypres. Strength divided ai physical and educational and'high- Mi Having strength, and being courageous men will stand by iheir ptSndpeta will be swayed by lofty ideali. "There deal ot In many af-.tis aad we allow our de als STEAMSHIP COMPANY OETS READY FOK MERGER MONTREAL, June 2ii.-The Bhare- ttolders of tbe Canada Steamship lilies today ratified the plan ol the directors to purchase the Montreal Transporta- tion company. The steamship com- pany has fdivaya done considerable business with Ibe interests to be pur- chased and tbe deal will give ths company unification of a certain por- tion of its business as well a.s reduce costs lo large degree. price to be paid for the transportation com- pany is or par, which sum, it Is stated, will not come out of Can- ada Steamship earnings. Canada Steamships U one of the sires to become omr said companies it is proposed to include in the British Empire Steel Corporation merger. Captain Denoon. While dlscnsslnc Beauty the preach- er said stre-nxth and is not enojsb. Strength must be attrac- tive. Character will show Itself to- ward God. ths wise and strong becom- ing titiuibto. Captain Denoon advised the Masons to note this. In the eec- ocd place character will show itself toward men. Men will help the and wiH contribute to worthy causes. Thirdly character will show towards yourself, making you gnnlle, kind and useful. Succotash is a epriog luncheon. good main diph for LEAGUE IB IEI GENEVA. .June first official meeting of League of Nations will be held here next November, according to informa- tion received tocfay from the prin- cipal allied The questions Involving the far and near which will b6 dis- cussed by the Spa conference will be definitely decided hero by the full representations of the league. r Her. J.-J. CrookBhanks, ol Xinga, was elected president of the Manitoba Methodist Conference. the world at large at the present _ _ and will be for a. long iimo to Briuetj OolumWiTana thei factthat In special circumstances of this case, if the scheme cannot be otherwise, it seems id carried through to mo that tbe provincial and domfn- ion aBsume Dercentage of tho cost and arrange the" balance be taken care of .-by a elnklng fund or the mortliation plan, by taiing the land Irrigated. Need of Haste Under tho present stale of world (Inauces London fqr tli3 liito being-unavaibblo a source irom bonds 'for the scheme c.ould bo financed, it seoms clear tliat tho money must b.e provided ta Can- ada by the provincial or dominion government, or both co-ope rating. Of course tic'question ct a precedent might rateed, but, I think that' this need bo a fatal ob- jection. Apparently, the gre'ai bulk of UIB irrigable' lanCj, outsloe ol those at present' under have been provided for by private .coler- prise and Had It not been for the war very probably these landi might hare were interesting themselves la ia same echcmc- seemed to Lavo gone Into present condition ot word Oood cooks should never be without I _ A PROL The sweet oil of Apricots. LO ISEONSIiPAIEB Ac cord ill to the..best medical au thbritiw, fully three-i'ourtLs thy pecple of the oirilized -world differ in some form from costivcncss or ir- regular action "of Tliere is no Ooubt ttat many dis- Inanee makes tho floating private :nterpriscs wlrere ihe-.sale-of-bonds a necessary, a very different matter n what it was some years and n the meantime, It the peopla who tre on these'landa are not to be ep.- tirely the matter retiulres bnsle. It inigrit perhaps be objacted liat people obtaining fronj.such companies as, the C.P.R. and tho" Can- ada land Ik 'irrigation are paying the full cost of lands under the dilch, but is scarcely anilosoua as these people are buying now and thty pay for, whereas the settlors on the lands under discussion vfent in under the Impression that the" lands they were buying or home'steading were suitable, tor farming -without.Ir- rigation, and surely the dominion government in throwing ttieee ;3aJid3 open for settlement assumed some resjtonsi'ullity as to the lands'-being lit for farms. Tho sum iiecessiry for the project said lo be about sum would not, I judge, go Very far in replacing the loss c-f. Iho crop i eases aro caused by. constipatk-n. It gives rise lo eick find bilious head aches, jaundice, ".'eartburn, floating npecks before Ihe eyes, catarrh, of the stomach, biliousness and tho painful, trciiblesomc piles. Therefore, it Is of supreme importance.to health that the bowels bo kept regular. Slmplo food fruit, etc., should to used, nud rich food anri stimulants of nil kinds avoid- ed. This, the use ot Milbiirn'a Laxa-Hver Pills to-regtilate and eslab lish healthy notion of Ihe bowels can D{ ijiglaurt, and president of the Na- jiiol fail to give permanent relief In ttonal War Savings committco pf Uie the most obstinate Uined In this one ot June 8. Ixwked at from the above standpoint it would nee.ni Uiat 'this .is a work which deservcfl grjvornmDnt assist- ance, and that even' if Uie government Incurs some expense .iho. improved production ot the country should more limn compensate il. Sir llobcrt Kindersley not alone from his position as head ot the II.D. Co., but as head in Britain ot Uarard liros., Co., a director ot the Bank president of the Na- C.P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL July 3 Minnedoaa July 7............... Victorian July 10............. Meiagama July U..... Empress of France July CprsicJn July 24................. Melita July 28 ..Prince Fred. William Aug. 4...............Victorian Aug. 7............ Mlnnfidosa Aug. 11.....Empress of France .Aug. 14 Metagama Aug, 2.1 Corsican Aug. 23 .....Prince Fred, Wro. Aug. 28................ MclIM Sepl. 1............... Vielorinn .Sept. 8 Empress.of France Sopt 11............. Minnedoia Sept, 15 Empress of Brilaln TO Juiy 7.............. Prelorian July 31 ................Slcilisi Aus.'11..............Prfijrian Sept. 8 Sicilian Sept. 15............. Prelorian (Pajsrort appljcollon formi Cull or wrlto for (ull Informs tloo, C. P. n. Tlcltet Office, JAS. GORDON Repot Ticket Agent PHONE 612 Ticket! issued on all other At Untie lines. cases. Mrs. WtHnman, Orillia, Ont., writes: a child was always conslinatedj and 1 can well rembnibc'r vhen 'Quite youup, my giving me senna tea nearly and I got to dread it. After taWne Milburn's Laia-I-ivcr 1'il Is for a while I am not troubled with constipation any more." Jlilburn's Ijaxa-Mver Pills are !5c A vial jit all dealers or mailed direc! on receipt of price by The T. Mllburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont. Advert. "DANDERIHE'V Stops ,Hair Coming-Out; Doubles Us.Beauty. Unilod Kingdom, speaks vritii antbor- on matters of finance. Annual Church Parade of All Local Lodges lo Denoon Preached. A buys "IMndtirine." After an applicafion of "Damlenno" you c.in n'ql find a fallen hair or any flandruff, new lifi BLUE RIBBON Notimerely ihe best value, or ihe best at a price, but positively the best at any priced Blue Ribbon Tea Try It. G. W.V.A. GENERAL MEETING friday Right, July. I COMMENCING AT P.M. ONLY TABLETS "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN at All without tlie "Bayer Cross" {Special on TUemme staraped on tab-1 tonUtnj' oireclloTls for mv made in Can.aJn. Hundy tin confining la tab- an mv mae AiwaVB Iray an unbroken Klf cost hub a few cents. DrJggisU of "Haver TobloU of which1 also Ml! "Bayer packages. Tllcro i< only must "Bayci" o( f Mono- trad, m.tk, "air" Crou." BOY SCOUTS CARNIVAL Come and show your skill and Iry your luck. Games for Ladies as well as the Men. A riot of fun for everyone. DANCE AT P.M. That Jazz Saxephone and Spring Floor Sura Wiil Tlckfe Your Toes. BAND AND LUNCH FROM S.flp-P.M. UNTIL t.00 ALL SORTS OF GAMES DOMINION DAY, JULY 1 Raymond. for Wednesday Only Extra Choice Large Lemons, per dozen 35c Or 3 dozen for ,.w....... Brooms, 4 string, extra value Chocolate Bars, ail varieties, each........-..; {'oily Prim, large tins, equal to any cleaner, tin lOc STORE CLOSES WEDNESDAY AT 6 P.M. THURSDAY WILL BE, CLOSED ALL DAY Phone 1766 SUPINA SON 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Y. M. C. A. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY STRAWBERRY AND ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT EXPERIMENTAL FARM ti Wednesday Evening, June 30th DANCING ON 'THE FREE AUTO RIDE BAND Leave Y. M. C. A. at and Every 15 Minutes Thereafter. Tickets from Y. M. C, As Mrs. any member Y. M. C. A. Women's Auxiliary, or at the Grounds, JICKET8 "V r or anil Masons ct I-olhbridgo Sunday nlgbl held their annual church piuado to Kncx Presbyterian church and. listen- ed lo ii Masonic 'sermon by Captain i Uenoon. Captain Denoon likened tbe task given lo Solomon lo one facing the Masons and cillzens of today. He look his text from First Kings, sixth cliapter and_, eleven to fourteenth verses. 'King Solomon was given a.great task nnd that was lo erccl a temple tor He wanted if worthy of God and of the- people were to worship In It, Solomon wanted it' to contain strength and benuly and be displayed visitant in selecting Hiram, tbe widow's son who was filled with wis- dom, understanding and workman- ship, as tbe architect. Hiram bad a worthy custom In that be, at the high hour.of twelve when the craft was collected from Us labor lo be refreshed, went lo Ihe hofy ol liorics lo worship nnd there drew his plans on the w.ilis. -Althcniirh ho was besides every sho'.s-H j a skilful workman he recognized liio nioro col- i necessity communing with (rod. i Hiram pui l.is v.ork lulo He THE BOOTH Always the centre of attraction on 1 holiday will be featured at tho big UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, JULY ht Ice Cream, and. Other IlclrcshmenLi Will Be Sold. Prof Us go to help meet tho general expense of tho picnic. AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 921 NINTH STREET SOUTH WED, NEXT, JUNE 30th COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK 'is Favored 'With Instructions io Sell By Public Auction WITHOUT RESERVE tho SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITU: And Including: Set of solM oak dining chairs; handsome buffet; round extension tablo: solid oak TRA WAGON'; mission oak china cabinet; hsndsome Jatclinfercs with pedestals; MAHOU- 1 ANV SEXTTKH; mahogany occasional cnair; wicker rocker; foot stool; banrtsomo upholstered LOUNOB, mahogany nvnsic cabinet; SPbBNDID OHOAN by JKpon A Rlsch; oval occasional table; fine quality Jardineres; green carpet square, Oi9; electric fixtures; kitchen cabinet; square dining table; hall runner; hall mirror; HANDSOME BHASS BBD. complete with springs and maltrcsa; OeJiutiful MAHOGANY DRESSER AND CHIKKONlEn to match; mahogany bedroom rocker; fuaaed onk den table; small tafile; white enarnellol DRESSING TABLE OHA1H; mcdlcino camp cot and matlress; mirror; a largo number of novels; kitchen sundries, etc., etc. TERMS CASH PHONES ;