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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, 2, TUiS LWHIWIMiK DAILY H1CIULD PAGE rive (By Sun W. Teejurdoa la Mou'.cnt D. J. M.P.P. U.F.O. member for N'orth Grey. bnub uproluolve and almoit Into oi iarmi, highly productive nsd worti oa tbe narket 13 ct ?301 in acre; thU la Uriel poriol ot 18 to the ot accomplishment. ttcdir the V.nldo- ka reclamation project In eoutbein Idaho. But thai aoatbera Idaho Und wu no more naturally fertile tbatt art of thourands of fccrcd of land In MonUun. Xo? was It aay more accessible tu markets for Its products'. In other of Sdiho the Eame transformation has ooour' red. and land haira beoa rich And independent thereby, In 1904 every acre of hnd under the contemplated Middoka project won arid, uruah-deesrf. In 1919, under Irrigation, were 2.208 farm, with fterei yielding bountiful and proflUbk ercpt. with! a total Ttiluo tor lie of t'OO. There were tt.x lively with n population of people. There wero 28 public cohools, and ii banks, with of ROCO.OOO, owned by depositors. There wero churches, and community cen- tres, aud good roads, us vrell. Produce was. shippad in amazing quantities during Uio year Uuif; al- falta, 3.500 cars) potatoes, cam; wheat, 260 cars; sugar 220 cars; flour, 170-cars; catllo, -150 cars and sheep, 210 And Iho peb- pie were bountifully fed :md clothed, ts well. i Hut there Is In iho story of Mini- tloXa, and many other irrlgjv'cd sec- tions as well, an Impressive lesson for Uio land owners of Montana. That lesson Is that Irrigation has Increased land values many times more than the cost o( bringing the irn'.er to the land. Bringing the water to tho land has done this in Idaho, in Washington, Five Thousand Volunteer For Oregon, California, Colorado, and in other western states. The Wcimtchec applo district, in our sis'er state of- Washington, last year produced aud sold worth of products. Aud this huge In new wealth was gathered from irrigated acres. Onu' 10-acre tract of land in that district, recently solil for or ?430 an aero, cash in hand. That prjce was ten times what it originally cost tho owner to bring the to lits land. Tliero Is no hesitation whatever THEATRE ADVERTISEMENTS ON PAGES 6 AND 9 doable the per acre cost of tho rec- lamation. What utter folly, tben, to permit (ho waters to flow away to cliher ocoan, unmod, hero or clsewh-ere! What less will (tils be than sheer, wanton, wicked wasted Service on the Railroads NEW YORK POLICE GET SARCASTIC SLAM XBW YORK, March Kopelowitz, yu Kast Side merchant, in formed tho police lest night that ho was "sick" ot having his yiore robbed. His record of burglaries Is seven in two years. Theatre advertleainenta and readers wilt be found today on pages 8 and 9. Instead ot the theatre fifo, live. GAM U. INC INCREASES MADRID, March country-wide hi progrew aptlnit In gambling lioaees In fvcjy city In Bpalu where the number of inch hu than doubled wKhln three yeare In Madrid alone there are more than while not a village or him- let li without generilly two houwf, one for the rich and the other for the Members of all parties. cspeclall> Ubc.-ak, demand the .luppressloii of gamins places, while o'.bera cal for strict regulation and supervision by spectally uppolnted officials. ASQIHTH CHEERED BY EN ROUTE TO PARLIAMENT frantically cheered by the CoaUtion- The premier harried across the chamber and shook with Mr. As-iullh. The Quebec Tenants' alma to bring down rents by pretest- Ing eicwiiro profits ind stimulating building. Angus McDaln, rancher of Prairie, arrested on charge of u double murder committee! In Oregon In 1905. was released on arrival ot sheriff from Wallace County, Orecon. LONDON, March mler H. H. Aviatli, who n to fwUameot by tba Pibtey ooutltMttcy, ioofc kis seftt In the bows ot today, tftfr tri- uzBplwl trip thrfMijH cbAertnx oowdt abac.' In and in (mat ot tie Weatmla- eUtfca. Mr. illy tie Itaellfbt all career, to the leading flznra In ft treat demonatrA- lion by London Liberals today. The Liberal FedetvUoa or- candied a oard ot tumor tar tbs for- mer prenlet aod ttd Its atmoet to turn the Incident a vtgnificanl political event. Such ceremonies in honor of prominent tn politics were common many years ago, but It is- many years Elnco any havo occur red, cicept In a spontaneous manner Mr. Asqulth'a appearance In tho house was creeled with cheers from the Independent Liberals, the Nallon- alisls and a and Coali- 1 tlonists. After ho was seated, Pre- mier Lloyd Gsorje arose and was BUSINESS LARGE AN7D SMALL This Bank b equipped to render complete bank- log facilities to lidividusls, partnerships and compaaies, both large and small. With throughout every province of Canada, and corrrs- pcmdenU in all of the world, your banking business wilt be handled with promptitude and at She minimum of expense. Car fsdlitics src at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBR1DGE BRANCH, R. T. Manager. upon niy part In making this asser- tion Tiiat Montana has several mil- lion, acres of land, for which water Is available, that would, tinder irri- gation, increase in cash vahio, within PARIS, March acllvo strike leaders In tbo Paris unions wore arrested this morning. They were Slrolle, M. and M. Slg- rantl. Great excitement among union- ists ensued when tho news ot the arrests became current. Secretary-General Chavfcrot ot the Paris, Lyons and -Mediterranean un- ions, n'nil Union Leader Houuleux, wcro arrested later. All those under detention arc charged with "interfer- ence with the liberty to work and provoking disobedience." Five thousand persons have volun- teered for service on Iho railroads flvs vcara from tho nralucuon of Us chauffeurs Ilrst'crop, In nn amount more than 'avo at the disposi- tion ot tbo ministry of public works In carrying out the rovlctualltng sys- tem, according to the .Matin. Hun. dreds of students from the central high schools havo been placed at posts on different railroads where, they are being given practical In- struction. Independent syndicalists in Alsace-Lorraine havo appealed to railroad men to remain at work. Premier MHIernnd made a brief, but optimistic statement on strike conditions early 1lifs afternoon. He fl.iid !o the ucwsnnperiuen "Tho situation Is satisfactory. Ito ports from Hie companies and the pro DON'T lot that' rheumatic pain MnS confirmation of tho or ache find you without Sloan's] aniolloratioii of tho conditions on a Liniment again. Keep it hniidy ltle sys cms. In the niediclna cabinet for ItmnciJiat-i action when needsd. If you out of It now, get another bottle today, an you won't suffer any longer tbnn ucc- n pain or ache attacks you. Apply It without for it prompt relief of EClatica, lumbago, neuralgia, lameness, soreness, sprains, Ho It handy. Have Sloan'g Liniment Ready Those Rheumatic Twingci, All 70c, 5! K. (Made In Canada.) Slo Keep ul handy Malady Prevalent in Thai Dis Anxious About Seed Grain All liver diseases ot whatever char- ftcter arc diseases of the highest im- portance and demand close attention. Tlio liver Is the largest mid one of tbo most Important, organ? of the (Special Correspondence.) LUCKY STRIKE, Feb. r( gret to report the death ot Jolin I Collins, tbo son ot Mr. and Airs. .1. A Collins, of tills district. Mr. tlollin was taken with the 'flu anil it develop ed at once Into pneumonia. Mr. Co lins leaves a wife and small child I mourn his loss. Sirs. Collins waa Miss Ifarroy, of Uoddard, dud wi married only about twenty month The luncritl wc-o held at th iAIlislpn church at Allis'on last Ho day. 'Klii is very prevalent out her whole families being down with it oneo. Mrs. Horton Mcrriam was ta willi appendicitis on Thursday nn Friday was tuknn to Milk Hlver nn then' to IjOtbbrltlgc whoro she WEI Ijody.. KB iluty Is to and no-1 operates! on Satimlay. At last a crcto bile, mid servo us ono of tho1 counts she- was doing nicely and he fillers ot tho body, cleansing It of nil I many friends sincerely hope for poisons. Therefor" iiinedy "hen (he liver gels out of order H Is _ Uie starling ot trouble. In nearly every Hurt of Ihe body. _. Keep Uio liver nctlvc by using Mil- burn's Unxti-Live- Pills nncl you will havo no heartburn, constipation, bil- louaiisES, sick or bilious hendachcH, dull, yellow eyes, brown blotches, sal- low complexion, ranted tongue, jaun- dice, catarrli of Ihe stomach, or Iho painful protruding Internal or bleed- ing piles. Jlrs. John Kadev, Chlpmnn. N. have used Millmrn's I.Ivor Pills for some (tnio and can re- commend them lo any one suffering from heartburn and liver trouble. 1 tried oilier remedies, but they only re. llevetl for a short time, I always recommend I.aja-Mvcr Pills to all sufferers as 1 think they aro a val- uable remedy." Mllburn'a Pills nro 2Io a vial at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt ot price by Tho T. Mllbtirn fio. Limited, Toronto, Mr. Orloy Cliaae has joined In bus ness with ,Mr. J. n. t'arrliig'on al Kki and experts lo ni'jvo there 5hortly. Tho Dreamwcll ol! well on Fore Holmes' ijuarlor-sccllon has struck flow o( water that comes wilhln seventy feet of the top, If 1 Reis nothing ntoro ho will have n goo well and save hauling as lie has fi tho last eleven years. The (armera are getting anxious bear about Ibelr send and want a rei flf-nt fljmoinlfv! out Iicrn 'ji tn] npplioatious for seed to save Iho c peuso of going to town ami playln there n night or two before being ab to get their appllcalions in. Abo everybody will bo wanting seed an it will keep one man busy tor son llmo. Mr. P.. llurr will not return to n In his crop this spring, having rlecld lo slay wltb the oil company at Ilia Diamond. Mr. Is look i after siock, will remain and put Ills croji for i. Wrr s ff' ,m tffi Why do Some People Always Wake up Tired "OTS of folks sleep atl night. But they don't rut. They sleep too "light." Or they dream all night and get up in the morning almost as tired as when they went to bed, Many don't get the right kind of sleep because of their bcdi. You can't get real sound sleep unless your bed invites every nerve and muscle to rclap. M ost beds have a loose joint that rattles.. Or a spring that creaks. Even the least bit of noise will keep the nerves on edge. Anyone would sleep better if he'd get rid of his old wooden or loose-jointed rat- tling metal bed and get a Simmons Metal Bed, with Waldorf Box Spring and