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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TI1K LEtllBRlOGK DMLV UKSO.VY, MAHC11U9UI compelled lo contribute a military force, but the council to recommend what coati-ibulton each memfcer c( the fe Tbcre wi" be DO such thins (or web member of tie Leagw lu lo book the party that his military important factor lo the. forma- Irrigation Possibilities In The Lethbridge District PRINT MM COMPANY. LIMITED W A- awl Managing DMctot don ot tie in resard the Tirrasc development of Sates as pointed out by Mr. Asqffith ia a recent speech i searches ot scii-nce. Instead ot ceo- trailing as must needs he o_a destruc- tive dertcea iu preparation fof 'lie wars to be. with the securer by the erisUfcce of the League these will di- Ifly C.Ml. Maraoca.) An old-timer ia LethbriOge often makes the wmark uen verv (ait." Since a previous ar- .e on "Better moot cooperate iu end cowtructinc tint Hon. Mr. emrcsseil to' Eov- TRICKED UP MSS1NG ago. thinss cc MyuumtJj ernment tat the Damson (all ia tno provmCB lug ia the nnwlrtwi o! the coarse, it andcrstoM r. i hat the farmers undertake re- !bnllVi tic sccurito' o' LEAGUE OF NATIONS further ty proceed- )ly thcoagh dKfering is been'strongtv Some of.the rery much M the ohl Eeich- armeT3 f, farther than this. al-j IT a ot occupation is to Grett War has rot oJ: Occupation will smaller'than the and coostd mblv smaHer khan The American. Thia auay will oonslst in the borhood o! w BMLJB on soH untti a postwar voluntary army fa to take Its place. Th. pay of the mea ot Army ot is to o. raised In way Th. men army to relieve wil t to coarfonaitr as far as the' raAe of union allow iiy'twU tar t, tka LMBM OWtt inBlsWW' IB foltUraint of terms the I'mtiail and his aetion Poland is Tinnl .wife diatrust. Until rt by Owman P to fe. ndotsae. ws naay am wlH most to think.that _ wawl can waved over the country, and the made to flow over he land neit summer. It has been to point out that, in regard o the Lrthbridge tads' all the preliminary information now has been just ratable for four w five years pasu At'one ot the recent meet to bring borne this tact, the story told ot a party ot entombed coal, their 'on.lhe.oulsiije had for 33 hours in shifts o.-O mmotes and 10 off. till last they rot The tlnal pick brcke the debris disclosed tplhe sweating relief party a-very srtoy face with c. rolling white eye and a parched mouth from which came the query. "Why in 'ell was you so long a-co-jrin't" .....--ii No Flash In Pan Yet it is well to stale lhat (euiplates an eipeiw.iu.c ot one 1'lan or of various Eoiith-easterly projects would contemplate expenditures which might bo anywhere from 5s.000.000 to vast difference i to ta ,ot leagM of ont iacn ot Wlowtai what hi a war of aoa for eh. object" ahiii at are to compass th. Oen-nr t mr B at AM ww-i _..... tins for-irrigation is no Hash in the pan, following-a dry It is a well-founded call for aid from the "mountain waters for .the slabihi- ing effect that they can make on our taming TUB recent arti- -i_ fan wax. and ot the neei for more hay, I more rows aad more1 WB have got to put a surcingle on .on? to which the rooly.Tras, in 'the towna citioa There is, these projects and else that has bceu.atten.pted in th West. The "acres so BU. cesstully operated under around Lethbridge at Magrath, Ra> mond and Coaldale has been Eraduall developed durins Ihe last nltecu year as a land holding and .developmen plan. The company.invested capil In the land and In the water system and then brought the people to them in iKe othbr'large projects ot the Cd adian Pacific Railway auJ the C.nnad Ijiid ana TrHlsiMon Co. (lately th Souther- Alberta JLand Co.) farth the slage ot ----r l to the land; the co-Ipmzation has bat little more than tegan. The Lethbridge District plans. ii tJr Us satirfaetiaB DuBdat, one ot ot St. Boss, cue o.' eers W r. S. supply for four juonrtu in pulpit. that reMOO The U. S. Senate Saturday passed the Victory loVn Wll without a record le. iccsmmodatioii, youi Dr G C. Creelnuu has reslened his Commissioner o! Agricultura or Ontario. Northern plan coa- eipenditure ot the sans About two weelTs'ot soHd work yet reiMins'for the inembera.of the Maul-, oba lesislalure. G O Gunn SI Lockport, has been lected President ct the Manitoba nr J o! Manitou, Prelident'ot the -ilanttote Veterinary Association. A. carload 'it horses sold recently at" Roland, Man., realiied from to per team. Gus Anderson, of. by being In the machinery his power mill. The TradM and Labor Council ol will not tuppon the pol- icy of ine general strike. Cheese noanls s case, and as they all enterprises can be successful and that >nd nie. o be to'a' practical ro" The sutcJde of Henrique de Paivi leader of the recent monarct in Portngal, is reponefl o. This'Witt Prevail or i. ElectioM.To Be Held March 6. LONDON, they oid isasT-caies arotan. _ _ 40. and in with a wrfs. of our lawJs, but in a while I we have a very light .year, as 1S18, graTery dlstnrtw the movenwnt in thh direction started elusion. I which' is fixed" for-------.-. i, place to uiwsual circuntelance xiadon baa been aecmtt dchi t and lew l eootffih from now rrw ence of UM few hare ot the conflkl the unlclpal reformers re will be nrast'oeces; rilv bo since1 Mbe council by common with most of he more urgent problems. Thus have been acrted t9-tor_the ei- tendUure ot large.aimm ot money on ousiog. and the money to de- oted primarily to Improvwieni of lura areas. Sehemes for oeallng wltu uberculosls and venereal :dtonse ami olher public health measures have been put in liaad and The mnnielpal etectprrhas been in- clined9, to complain in; Ibe past that he London connty coancil par- ifrhrions. and that'at nkipal-affair. It H affinities which jboaM count. So tar as the old concerned, II woald MO- al- attataable; a newfaetor bas Mrgeijo aooil tkis pnoaowt. The -'London Labor l rr- ty" ha. come into Ihe a nro- cl' .1 is own. wi wWl Hon irtm c lls aa of contemns a large nmnher o.( iHd for uuei >uf or whether tbe plan nefits ot tie water o( ww t i nnlt ot change twy war th. OB th. 1M4, owd> them oc Jwt til. i ten riotety n- t. Mr. Zip Zip. acres on his of Uacrw more to their reau The Iftely comparison of acre for the second remark Uuit the Kalaw Bill hawlrt r a wM flre yiara ago, they tencA (mad a satisfactory way of CO jat firs WOUB a capital cost of nearly IMOOO their ot Oooit, aal ot ComfflOM i added to the--------- the- w hay or alfalfa wonUiP'8 then much irrigating: work: as 1 and yet jrrtod aad The froinjjl he subject was hrougbe up b) phKed it to hi> hronghout the province. A-i. wais. ._ iaclean, minisler ot public b ffie relurn ot Am view of the tact that the withdrew troop to heen to Am-taH. F? start M ttvopi'will retniwurg monthly. of foatowtBg coociUatto. m Trill Bart. 1 iMo final whvther 'H Hi HI is 1MM. to a a court ot CipH.1 Great Britain tly the in that country. he. More good will oat WtttM together than osl any rate: m-iu. of the war it was felt' to be esaentlal all minor .JtfferwH-es, and a ment to avoid controversial topics during the course of the war, devetov- ca into something like a fusion of par- tlee For the last two years the chairs of the of the council have been occiipied by members of both parties, a municipal reform chairman often having orogrcsa.lve vice-chair- man, and vice versa-, and last year be chair of the council illul by Crewe. on.the ion of the .hey Labor Beaibers now us the, .council; it la thit -some ot them will te attarired ta seats by JdT-anced SocUlfet parties.- Us i, which, however, has still. oiWry it, soMMtlo. te a of Oondl or the of th. I unn dwl wiwi It Ha Mate to ww wKhout glr a lo nae ot to llth demanding wfll iMM twa wake up to the tact lhat the igatkm protecta now being constd- >d art mere pipe dreams. t med forces _ .nil an int llom eo.ttt. rlwro for r The boycott, M stai (n Ike ft a utronj: weapon Ihe League, ll" will to Vtrent nltlunK recoutso un. -thirl S aho ctts spread through the hew salient in waiting for and in a Canadian tte west ot will, however, have to The (araers -may >red to be given them, the Many loag time aw.otiatlons were re- tt in ease ot old-timers who tot two wees, for the ice of eight and fifteen As a letinement Ir, cruelty the meth- odi vjl Red It Russia In he of the ex-Cur and his family a They, accord- the" agency 'of the we have absolute 'have not that knowledge yet-as W what volume o' watcw Is licated to Canada a. her H Healed to anaa as not possible- to make definite plans tor Ihe secure ol oljr share A gre.t deal ot OM :ng lo Count Tolrtot, .were taken from the home they occupied In BX'a- terinberg, eoiuluctcd from the tied; jjoims they 'fere In and laken .down (D the, cellar. They ilown one at a time. 'Ike btidg the fail lo le with. The bodies wore then Mveretl. wllh liefroieutn and burat. of these tul es w. work can. However, 1UI F urvey.' wvi done, hecinwe nndoubledlf -by, leni ol that he a< _, that prattkallr the benefic- iary Is lady estate in Indefinite te l liweimne lieriun ami ihougW (if inforniallon.Mi ihc 'flic 'able Mute demand from cn anlmali! and for American anlmali! however U that Hie Allicrta 'govern- live products. Ottawa ninl Ar mo slocks In .Canada Cement, .Monlrw Montreal Tramways and'cer tatn dlher companler laundry soap cs of Gold Soap you ;