Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It T11UHSIUY, MAlttUI 13, 1910 ALUKKTA. PAGK Si lively Man Who Hmited Neigh- bor's Barn is Convicted ;it Charles X. ol Stavuly, a far- Her, wns sen! OIK ft tu live yciim in tho jiomtautiEU'y by tlie Siipreiao Court in Mai'lcotf yt-sU'rday. Me urns eliiirgert v.'UH (lie liiirtnng io UIP ground tlift fiarn of I'liilfM I A Verne, a I lit H'-iiim! tin sUitt'iiH-ot o: fact Ji'j.i n story tjulU' out ihr; usual. Xir.vmlji-r Till last Voat-li bC'iit n Mtor 10 LaVome iie- Uiai llio itt'xt night al the icmh jwsl from Uie coruer SrhmifskiV fence ail joining bi- i (or MJI iy bu DM- IO.-H of L-i Yenit-'.s Muck ,'Ui'l Tiit> was vrUU-Ji in most iimlocinmiaUu style :md was sJenol "The Uliiclf Hand of Nciv U. S. A." Verne tli6 Wrote Wife in Own BlooJ Vc.-m.ii wo- Scbutofski ivlio bail I-a bam. After ins Hie letter liri the i-hain which holtls itjv llift cell bed and self tn the A passii'.g yuanl louud liiiii Ijyfoj'B lifn iv us fxlinrt and fio lie; was tloscly ivalcli- ril Irnin to'iln: lime ot his On the impression the bio irrigation conference can make on the provincial ministers in attend- ance, st tbe Thursday afternoon session will to y large ex- tent the next step to be taken by the Irrigation Development Assoc- iation, to be formed today, to bring about action looking to or- 2aniz3lioir of disiricls, issuing of debentures and the actual under- taking of canal construction. This shown by a message just re- ceived .by President Marnoch from Hon. Arthur Msighen. and read towards the clove of the morning session. _ The wire states: "Ani ready to undertake surveys iirrijjalion work referred to provided provincial government give clear understanding that re- sponsibility from that on is pro- vincial or local and not Dominion we affording appropriate .sngin- cering supervision. If province in discharge of such responsibility purchase bonds and de- sirts Dominion loan against same, such will be considered. Cannot undertake expenditure necessary without understanding above de- scribe d, (Sgd.) ARTHUR MEIGHEN. Minister of the Interior. The Morning Session HON. DUNCAN MAKSIIAU, UNABLE PRESENT Tlic followIiiK viml rliis Y-cretary 'of it iv a 5 at present difficult to but Am for household but Mr. Duw- Jitig of the Dominion dejiiiri- iiK-iit was of the opinion that with the ja-'ajuge frora iht caualri t-ouM A Ijii made available at shullmver depths. Tlifc survey? uiartc were not rough and iiK-oojjiieto but careful ami in "i" Tlicro was jiU-nty of vatcr ob- re pa re For Engaging Superin- tendent by Placing in the Estimates The tc-s for the current year -Utisrel that I attend irri'satWn day, but -opposition positively refund ananyv ti pair for me hi dnJ; r linn t leave. Irriyaiion i.- Jiyiiml to play a very in ilirr ii-grkuUural -dovelotmH in of Al- iK'ila; noil the provincial uV- ijoios; niJKinii img-ailon form an important -feattiro In instnie- tloii given Iti in Hurii-nl- iure. 'OrXCAX M.MISHAI.L. of Agriculture1." from the Si. Mary's river, tills ,f.K M30d on at a ot v.w wiihoui toucmng the Milk. Belly ami Wic trUiJteM yesterday alter- U-c Watt-rum rivers. Rut there a lo flood tsloro available wulc-n was [lie fcum of- Tho tola! now un to sic, flit: eost of Ihc project in iJu; s-uuthc-ast area v.'ould on Uie baais of estimation of the foHowiDg sums: Government grant, norihem project run to au average of share of tax_ rent n-om this are deducted autborlzoU to be bought for the Hai> uicvjile school. Tlie inmnt of liter's report showed no two cases of parents 21 returned to school, aud childreu found iti ytcturo ivhcn liiey ought to by in school. Twenty- -Hrcro rcpoi-tcd absent uncv trused. Tenders for were reteri-eJ to the supply committee, llie chairman lieiug t-o acquaint the sco reiary to supplyinff the same. per acrft for tlio acres. ft' .Mr. IVterrf did with the idea iliat tbt: C. I1. It. was hogging tho water in the south eastern Such was tiy uo means fhu case, hi ihe ,C. of Hie! u'ater available niucli j. depends ou ilut construin-g on the Inter- national Treaty. In the J.iiiiiitfer of the iruni Hie Milk and the Si, Marys rivers, it was not dear liow inui-h of the flow and how inuUi of the ilood was -Availalilc. Tho Dnyiou utiil Warner. taiJ waters of tlio Milk River was closest was most anxious to Uie suuili f jstern prajet-i. They were tion of ilio Wulenrays treaty it diil not at fii'jt uuiler the would be loft out in Uie thai was not Ihe ease, hi the i district the Pakowkt was not enough lo mean a. durmit Mjrjjily but that they mrthc bill tliei'o the Watertou p, but, jtivcr to fall back on. The arrival ot the Canbtun train wlmn the iirojcct was i irouuht in K lai-gc numher lo swell tho would be au dislrk-t FRUIT SALT The day cifu for yott ,as fresh as it begins i take. [Eno's of supiiTy Madtod. -J'ollco ollieinls Bathcrlnn ut the Majestic ami when tlie enough (o nil the lake widely lias Vr.ie1i Is not insane'in any way, i convention at 12.15 there shore line of 70 miles tbut Ltlievft he -was ninler were close on 400 jirtiont. I reservoir. In Ilio Forci j of SchtitifFki, who i-a now un trial as j The fir-sL called on was Mr. aajojiiiilieo. li'uirfltld of the expcnmeiital farm Tssivri the coiivcnUim iiifin'ination ot GOOD FOR AMERICANS -rxrcrience in the growing of iilfylfa The run.-ul ;ii L-L'th Uriel ire and timothy on laud. Al-1 ins i in mceipt ot ;i oi tht: yicldoJ from tftrco and a half to Xt-ii- Aft by unti five tons lo lhi> acre andj Vtulor liiis Ai-1. American C'Uizens timothy from one ami a half to two' 1 re.-jHlmB ami in Canuda tons. iii'ifraliun it was iiOafHiblc !iinrl winius witliin the Drovisinns of .to regulate Ihe rotation ot c-rpiis. thy liitoniu Tux Utw will IJR permit-} By nieaua of a wall map Mr. Peters! ted lo ik-'hicit from the full income tax irrigation comniii3ioner, gave a highly j that would otht-nvise he paiil to the interesting, -informative, and -SUiU'-s the amount UuU has ;il- (he description of the big irrigation] ready been paW or is dut to Canada project a ninler On the i during the same taxable year. The nian were areas in the Lcthbiidge. purtion of tucomo of American Xnrthern project which, in that the j citizciu liviiiK in Canada (hat will farmers ivcrc noUnelined to take hold couthnie to lie both tuimtries Of tho. irrigation inlan, not to be' will be1 the derived from his iitcJuderJ in ihu big schemes. j .Araicykan propyrly and investments! In the -green .arcu uiarkcil ou the %nd even taxation would niaj> of ihe northern schema ,hc abolished provided that' Canada bad been completed; the question of- jwouM now pass a ret-iproi-ai Jaw. the water supply in the ST.OOO acres However, under the new law a citizen excellent in -that nilMho water 'of the United States reshliuK in he obtained Ironi the Oid Man [iiia will still be required to nuike his Kivur. There wus also watci; avnliaulc fiill iiuiomti tax return to United States government caverhsK bis entire jncamo no nialUT where, earned or Tim HMt eathuiUe on irrlgaiing every; derived, jiist the ?anic as under coiisitferaiion inclurting-i derthe did lawjmihc-willhe crediled'the small ditches haseil on tire-war; tliat a mount'of income war prof-1 itrU-os was ?23 to the a ETC. There Us, excess proHts las paid to Canada. was some talk of a jiarlial plan to The incomo tax i-ctuni, should. irrigate 40 ac-res in every quarter sec-; ing to the of the ITniied (tion. This would bring Ihe post to the i States Kcvenue Si-rvice made on! neighborhood ot about ac-re- A representative put tlie question that in the fact that prices were ab- normal would it not he better to delay the irrigation project. This brought the remark from another of tho reprc- ivc was IVGUI the Castle Hiver and ihc considerable in Willow Creek, T lift sentalives present. "Aro we to wait until v.-heat SO cents a v.-hich elicil'-il much laughtor. Mr. JIarnoeh said '.hat if thcri! was any one preseui who was a prophet in rc- yartl to (ntuni jirites every one would he only too to hear from him. In the paypiont oi tho bonds lie said, a lonj; tinfc basis was necessary. He nlao the course of his re- marks forenoon that if there were any donbtcrs their wns wclc-omc. for all of them had n. doubters as to the project at'one time l-ail changed their mind? HON. ARTHUR MEIGHEN or belore March 15th, 1019. Tho farmers oi ifctt-r oT (Jis Interior, who wires ..that depai'tmcul is ready to so with the irrigation surveys if tlic provincial government sup- ports the project, NARD NCHOR AricHor'Donaldson PROPOSED SAIUNGS From New York- Mar. 24 ...Carmania... Liverpool Apr. 5 Liverpool Apr. S .Orduna.-.. Liverpool From St. Apr. 15 ___Saturnia----- Gbsaow .Purchase Prepaid Tickets Jiow for neialivcs and Friends to ensure prompt For all apply to any of our Agents, or to Company's Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG. on Courtlaod Sir-eet SrMO; plus phowu in (lie --iodltgr's report, maliing up the lialanco stated. i Kfitimaie i i Kschauge Fuel insurance Janitors' sup- plies library Light MedicaHnspee- Hou f Repairs I5IS. .5 205. M -20.S1) 1S.JO j 5.000.00 I 320.00 200.00 170.00 II Sundries TAXCS Teachers' aries Teachers' sup- plies Provislou for Sujjt's salary for 4 months Irotn Sept. Telenlionefi to gronn.Us Contingencies T 504.23 HO .31 553.10 1-ti.OO 100.00 5.-000.00 10.700.00 j Vancouver Trial Makes Distlon. Hardy 1'ariially Confirms it COO.l'O 02S.SHJ 5M.OO no.ool Totals The item of for.improreraeni in ihe grounds is to include the fenc- ing of the Central school grounds, Tho IjoanV intends to appoint a superintendent schools in the fall, cir.d a provision for four months' sal- ary lias made. At Ihe opening of the lueeticg' lire. D. A. Taylor -wailed on the board as a deputation, from the, Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. O. fi., asking that i the collection boxes in the schools which, fcavo been iised for patriotic purposes ilttring the Tvar_be allowed to remain, with the understand hag that tbe children -be not preased in tho. mailer of contributing to the same in! today sta'le that at the trial of alleged Chinue conspirators in Vancouver, it was stated that a milEtary college maintained in Lethbrldge by the Chinese colony for training ffghterc for the revolution In China. Chief of the cHy police stales that shortly after the war broke out the local Chinese Na- tional League, which numbers about 100 members, wax tralnlnq a squad of about 40 young men In their club rooms. The Herald has learned also that they dressed in natty uniforms and were equipped with service rifles. The Impression given out by their leaders was that they were pre- paring to fight for the allies if China declared war on Germany. Later the chief of police decided that their training was a menace and stopped It, and later still meetings at Chinese In the club rooms were banned. The Chinese National League made a great stir in Lethbrtdge until the or- ganization was condemned by- Dominiwi government last fall. OTTAWA, .March follow today: the" extent they were while Uie war ling was on. Tiio collections made will be infantry: K. Colt Ijilooe! used Cor the nltrpoae ot forming a B.C.; Scrgt. jr. W. W. Bell. VaacJUr- I-cthbridge children's library. cr; ijcut, j. D. Muirbead, Fort Wiil- Tho masinnuu pay for iaw. Out. Cavalry: R niover, rleacllcrs was fixed at a to Red Deer, Alta. Enguieers: H. taie eilect as from Februarj- 1st. j Jenkins, Edmonton. Artillery: i A piano at the. price ot 5400 was Lieut. H. C.' Billet- Toronto Did You Ever Think Jhat The Other Fellow Better Dressed Than You? Of course you did. So did other people.- We know it to be a fact. Wliy? Because we made tne other fejlow his suit D" THE TAILOR Not the> Cheapest But the Best But 'the Best is tke Cheapest TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT- DO YOU KNOW THAT FOR THE SAME MONEY THAT YOU ARE ASKED TO PAY FOR AN ORDINARY READY-TO-WEAR COSTOME, YOU CAN SELECT YOUR OWN GOODS AND HAVE ONE MADE TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURES, TO SUIT YOUR EVERY WHIM AND. FANCY. YOU CAN PICK OUT YOUR STYLE FROM ANY FASHION BOOK AND WE WILL DESIGN AND MAKE FT. IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE. Prices Range from to Better Prices "'TL U Ihe Tailor 419 STH STREET, SOUTH.