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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR" 'THE LETHBRliXiE THURSDAY, HAHUH IB, Ebe, Publishers THt LsTTHtRIDGE HIRALO nilMTINd COMPANY. LIMITED Mt ttk WfMt W. A. fmMml and afUMloK Director Ttrranee Biulueu Uintfe TILEPHONU tttt ''Avdlt Bureau of Clrculallam fUtee: tettrcred, per week .....I .11 Daily. per year .....7-W My. by aiaU, per MM WaaUy, by per jeil......LH >y per rear to U.S. 100 li Mr ot eipiry ot ap- .dally on itireM Ubri. Accept- ot papers titer cxplntlou authority to caatta-j Un ROiERT BORDEN AND .THE PREMIERSHIP The report that Sir Hotter! Borden will retire trom public lite cannot be said'to be altogether surprising, con- 1 altering .the responsible position he held'at a critical time in the history of th'e' country and the arduous thougnt and labor he had to encounter, every.'bne cannot but agree that the Premier has deserved a well earned: rest.' no denying trie (act that Sir .Robert Borden is a sick man. Howerer much It is reckoned that the 'country', will miss his services, It is aj casa of not overworking a willing horse and a time where personal con- sideration should have force. To use say iressnre, as has so, far been done, is prevailing CD the better slue of. the Premier's nature to continue in office is neither (air 4o the man nor to tha country. The country needs at this time a strong man at the helm, one who Is iahytlcally' aa veil as mentally to be leader In the real sense ol the iford. H is distinctly a case where tha human regard and not any- thing which savors of keeping a e'mmen't In power should prevail. That at the. present time and with present Beads''is "the better way.- Sir Robert Borden. has deserved .well ot his country. No one will or tan deny this. He has fir an of his time and devotion to. the needs o! the in a measure ttat calli tor RTeat-. appreciation throughout the Dominion. He has worked .well for Canada and "has done it splendid ser- Tice daring, those strenuous years when there was a call for the highest etatesmaiiEbip. He will go down to i one ol the honored names creesed from 10 J960.00D. Livo stock values have jumped in that time from 160.300 to The value ot irrigated acres, Including Im- provements, have risen from to over The assessed valu- ation in 1909, one year before Federal water was year it was J1.6W.650. S. "W. Baugher one of Orland's most progressive landowners sold his home place of 40 acres recently to Frank Franklin a new arrival for J1C.OOO. The property is fully ilevelopeU anj is considered one of the best in the southeast section of the project. At a time wheu there are those who are inclined to look askance at irriga- tion ai something new In the Province, there Is need of considerable educa- tlon'in what Irrigation weans In the I results It brings about. For this pur- pose .the record above is well the earnest consideration and the closest attention 01 not only those who are Interested In Irrigation but of all doubters as to what It aims at and what it will bring In Its train. It Is not anything In the shape of'litera- ture of the kind of real estate propa- ganda for boosting certain areas. It contains 'cold facts officially given by the Reclamation Record, the monthly magazine Issued by the Reclamation Service. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. It is an official document and, accordingly, cnlla lor respect in that'its authors are ID no way prejudiced. Mortgagees who are showing a tomerity over irrigation bonds given a preference over mortgage Hens might well read and digest what irrigation has meant in enhancing lha value. of land In Orland. When we note .that: irrigated laud sold for J400J an ibonding ol -it-in -the 'petu- j bridge. Northern soeiu a mere bagatelle so far as there is any liability en the laud. There Is nothing in it to mortgagees lose n minute of their night's sleep in worrying over tho security of the mortgage, be .it a prior lien on the land or not! Water brought In by irrigation has given a .Midas touch to the land of Orland, if we may be allowed to 'rcgaYd gold as wealth. It has turned the dry- areas Into gold mines as the results "The Fire Prince" a Big Success At Raymond-----Town to Sell Artnuts tell. The yalue of irrig'ated acres, in- cluding improvements, and the sis'- bilify. which irrigation ensures en- courages improvements, has risen ten- fold from to over The assessed value has risen consid- erably over going from In'lSOS, one year before Fe'd- eral --rater .was .brought to land to i'il9. In the case cited, it is distinctly one where it well may be said to those who have any doubts as to the lire Irrigation will enhance the value of land, "Show mo your falth 1 will show you my works." connected wllh the part Canada took in (he Great War. 'It --rill be good for Sir Robert Borden and, without any semblance of iepraeatiac his great qualities, good for the Country should the Premier throw aside the reins of office and the oares ot public life la the present physical state li in. HIa succea- eor hare to be a strong man and a etrong leader, for this lll will be held then. Mr. Fred Wtlburger to town, on his return Itom UtnbrWe'e, he attended' the foneral of hh fcrother, Thomas Waltmrfer, of tain View.. Mr. W. Fletcher ot Burdett the week-end Tlilting old (riendi. .Mr. Fletcher waa formerly erf'Mapith, having. one of the.flrtt tonr who. built that town.' BEILEVUE UBS E Bud ia Patrol Sintis C. P. K. Ottr OWa BBLLBVTJ8, March Brbeki 'returMd home 17. Jack troei Leth fProm Our' Own CARMANOAY. March .Wed- nesday, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Olson of Bowville occurred the marriage ol their danch- ter, Miss Pearl Olson to Marvin T. The marriage performed by Rev. Anderson of Barr- bridle where he nt attcadlBf' the O.B.I', ireek. .Or. Beamaa to Oalcary Monday ot The majority UeUervt Ktaera are stilt not rorknn and are dolac picket duty about the mlaee >y a big bunch at tie women nlaers of the are about 20 Mouhtlea about the streets for; the last week aad on Tuesday some C.P.R constables; arrived to, do patro! duty about the C.P.R.' property near, the Bellevue nine. One ot the beet travelling shows i the road paid Bellerne.a visit on Tuesday and played to a good house The McCutcheoc Bros, have thi last section oC their building on tht Walkerrille Hydro-Elertric kM a urslua of Guelfk tax rate will likely be tew hae 34 Stratford Public Board or this year are Dr. Culclifte, StraUorl, market in- wai receive a rear. BraaUord'a old yoatoHke b- sold to HoUttia Breeders' As- (or A at the Cadosaln Biaw Mv Park west ot has ollan of .rewarj been ma4e fer tke com- of the korfer dttee, clue it keea foond to the nuderw Morrii Wlwlaor. x Abed thirty aewtaf and Driver 0. rmjwed wkeo teau boKed from tte Wklte (actorf at Owlpk: Saturday. H..L. McDonald .who has been occurred. His end came suddenly. H Is survived by a father and mother at Hillcrest. The late Mr.-Emtury was in his 20th >ear, h'e'was a proinU' ihr yontt nan and will be mls'std trom Hlllcreat by oil large number of friends. The people of the com- munity wish to extend to the bereaved family their deepest sympathies. of the opera hotue that on April 2nd btea (ottesi under eoitM. Edmonton Coandl et the U.C.T now haa 150 numbers. A banquet will be held on Airtl 3. Japanese egslfrs'nis Is future will void United States territory Eolnj Intiesd to America.' Owing to two care being derailed on the O. T. R., near St. traftlc waa cancelled for some tiaae present. Invitations have been ssued and plans (or the (unction are already under way. Ileber Allen, who has- been at .ending school at the Utah Agricul .ural college, Is home having arrived Saturday evening. .He .'enrolled for tin special winter course only. C. West is in Utah visiting with his parents (or a Gordon Brewerton, a Itaymond hoy. now manager of the Browning theatre. Drowning, Montana, Is spend- ng a few 'days in town.' (From Our Own Correspondent) Seattle, Washington returned home last week. W. C. Hoskins of Champion hai rented the hardware store of G. H. Buckley and .will put in a complete stock of hardware. -Mr. Lou Hulburt who formerly clerked for W. P. Teskey.will be 'in charge of the new store. Mr. and Sirs. C. L. Skinner left Carmangay last. Saturday night for their new home at Sampton, Alberta, where Mr. Skinner has gone into business with Mr. Eurk In. a gen- eral store, arid all will follow 'them to th'eir new home. W. A. MacLeod and M. McKay were elected on the school board on Mon- day, to fill the vacancy ot L. J. Cart- er, and G. H. Buckley, who had re- signed, Miss Jear.elte "Ifqrem who was op- erated on for appendicitis at Leth- bridge two ago b; Dr. Bryan s of Lethbridge in jirogreising favor- ally and will be back to work In the ank again in a, short time. Wm. White of Carmangay was again elected a reeve of the Little Bow Municipality 98 and J. A. Gow ol Barons was Secretary- Treasurer for the coming year. Tom Goodalr waa a Lethbrldfe visi- tor last Sunday. R. B. McKinnin ins a Calgary visi- tor latt Saturday and Sunday. Fred Cowley .who has been work- Ing in the woods In B.C. returned to Carmangay last week. Mrs. A, S. Ainslle entertained to an afternoon lea on 'Monday to her lady friends of town. Mr. Andrew Howorth was a Leth- bridge visitor last Friday. The dance given by the school chil- dren' in the opera house last Thurs- day night from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Wat a great success and was greatly cn- ioyed by them all. The music was supplied by Mr. Golden and Mr. Rob' erts and Mr. Voder and Mrs. Miller. Many farmers are in town these days hauling out seed grain and feed so that they Willie ready for spring work. letters hnvc been .received by pen- pie In town trom Mr. W. B. Dean ami [amlly from California, saying thai they had arrived 'there sate and sound and they like it line down there. Mr. Miles, wife and child arrived In town Monday night and have moved in the house lately occupied by C. L SXtnner. B. n. Hummon left for the north and 3rd, he will show that great film of Mary Pickford in "Daddy Lone I Legs." Bobble Roberts has had the of his store redecorated and it now presents a very pleasing effect. The woodwork is all done in white which makes It one of the most up-to-uala stores in the province, 'Mr. Roberts Is to be congratulated on the fine ap- pearance of his premises. Mr. H. McOaw done the work. Wm. Bremmer returned to Carman- gay last week from California, where he has been spending the winter. Billy he is glad to he-hack In Alberta. Constable Mackie of the A.P.F. of Barons 'was in Carmangay last week on business. Bdmonton ratepayers, will tie asked 10 approve capital expend! Interior ture electric and telephone depart men! extensions. Prts. H. W. Wood ot the U.F.A_ lias gone csst to attend the meeting of the Canadian Council pi. Agriculture in Toronto. Taxi men in Sfralford hare gone on strike (or increised rates and have withdrawn 'their cars 'from the streets. Final arrangements have been completed, for tha transfer ol the Windsor and. Amharst- YOUR CHILDREN A MASON t RISCH On a "cheap" pjano (heir wiU never learn or play perfectly. You'll he wrpriied-ifiw; little, we ask for ike ilaion t Rlsch laitf a lifetime. Easy tenu 'of payment and 'Factory to Home5 Style Catalogue V CARDSTON, March David Calrneroas who has been a resi- dent of Cardston since tlltitl last Sunday after an Illness of several months. Ho was born in Nebraska, U.S.A., C2 years ago, and leaves a wife and two sons, who are all rest donte of Cardston. He has ueen en> gaged In farming, and was at one lime agent tor the International Har- vester Co. He built the Cardston Motors, but ill health compelled him lo sell his interest (o, Duce Bros., somo years ago. The funeral service waa held this morning under the di- rection ol llev. Robort Alward, pnslor H be Intolerable lo that Hhe' present season will without a. (air being Held In Perish the thought! think pass I.etli- teal Saturday to buy about fourteen or fifteen, cam of hay for the loca O.F.A. The cold weather of twu weeks ago was succeeded last week hy a genuine Ihnw, and the streets flowed wllh water, while long forgotten heaps o ashes and. (in cans .rose irlumphan through tha vanishing scow, and gave a rtielanchrtly hue, to the nverag Mud, soot, refuse and slush v.-cre the long awaited signs th spring Is on the'way.' A. W. Woolon, ot Calgary was Carmangay visitor week. As wo understand from the manage It is none tc-o early lo pro visions 'for ensuring a sufficiency of farm labor for tho coming season. The Weary Willies should all be rounded up. In 'endeavoring to bring on a sym- pathetic strike tho O.B.U. cannot hopo for much sympathy, it Is time that Us'organizers realized (hr.t fltrlko more often Iliau not has a boomerang effect. SHOES a rafcgfi cf Men's Sliocs whicii U coittploto in .every detail. Wo can satisfy your .wishes as to leathers, (it comfort. We carry alines (or llir, purpoao o( dtllugr the teet.aj Uiey should be (llted lo gite service, anil satisfaction'dn' every detail. Our stock ranges from to HKE in widths and to size 12 In length, ilius guaranteeing you a (It. We'll sail service and knowledge o( the (oot and proper fitting with our shoes, W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Important Notice: Stywrtwent Btmlnwn of Cnuka Your IncomeTax Should be Filed at All persons Canada, employed in Canada, or carrying business in Canada, are liable to a tax on income, as followft Every unmom'erf jetton, ef tctdav, iMeavr, urilhou! de- fundtnlt u, dtftr.ti trj !ht Act, alto Anfttf ctttnlar yttr, UK, rectivtt mittt f m mmt. CLASS 1 forms to be used in filing Wturns on.or bcfpre the 31st of March, 1930. executors, minstrators, agents and assiimcCT must use Form To. Erapteytrs making a return of the names and amounts to all dir- ectors, agents or other employees must UK Form T 4. gn.d Joint Stock companies making a return ot all dividtnda and bonuses paid to fhgrehold- ers and members during 1919, must usnfotmTS, iKihif iidlrl- 4u1 ciftfllf at TI n T I A. PENAl'TV f.ittj fsrsaai who Isrequlred thai retvn, who tails (o ao.wlthfai the time Halted, shall safcjert penalty ef 11144 ler daj contlnoN-aiidan tuck ftn shaH be iuaeaied tmi cefiected frein person HaMewmske the return In the same ananner In which ate aausiissd and col- lected. All other individuate, who during cnltndar year nceived or tarncd 'or mojt. Time Limit AH persons in Class 1, as shown nereon, must file on or before the 31 at of March, t93t, All persons in Class 2, as shown htreon, must file on or before tht Mth of HM. dMril (KtmtiMs OHmln Forma from the Inspectors or Assistant Inspectors ot Taxation, or from Read carefully all in- on Form before filling it in. Pre-pay pottage ori And documents for- warded by mail to Inspec- tors of Taxation; Make your promptly, and avoid Moery corporation joint itock compenf, frofttt tuetdti fiflM durfnf the fiscal wtr tdinl919. y (3LASS 3 Forma to be in fitoaf rttums on or Man' (tht 30th of April, All other han farmers and must Form T 1. F? nrtcn ntoclkm must use Form T 1 A, Stock compMiite; muat we Form T 2. reNALTT Eteiy petMsi nsraan4 M so wjthh, A, W stifclect H twnrf w of the amount ef tie (as AM aial iT Mtaleter, nameify conrJrMM, potff tin iii'irleaai I to bock) Addnes Inspector of Taxation this Disffict: CALGARY, ALTA. R, W. BRRADNBH, ;