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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOXTR THE LETHBRIDGE DAH/Y HBRAtD FRlDAy, MARCH 18, 1921 its members who bavo specially work- pil in tlio intorosta of Irrigation Uio j tliiiulis of Uie community, are greatly ..... ..^ i (itip. nor can thoy lie withliold from M*Mh Strec^So�t^>, Let^brldfle, Albert. ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ problom of SoiilUern Alberta by lend rue LSTHBRIDQE HERAUO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED proprietors and l�iiteii�ner� XV. A. nUCHANAN Fresldent onrt ManmtliiB Director JOHN TOKIIjVNCK Btislnass MunaRor ICember Audit Bureau ot ClrculatloBi StibterlDtlon Rates: Da.ltV, /tfllVf-.-rd, ?\(>cH..........J -25 Uailj-, 'oy mail, per year............ X"" Dally, by m�l) fnr 6 months........ 'l-^o Dally by tn�il. 3 months........... 2 5') Weekly. l>y mal'., pfr y^ar.......... Wecklj-, b/ m�.\i per year to U.B... ;.0� Do You Know? THE CERTAINTY OF IRRIGATION Tho governmental irrigulion policy announced by Premier Stewart, in all vhat it portends in relation to the particular future Welfare ot this part oC tho Province and of the Province generally, will in the years to come, as posterity will regard it, malte the name of the Premicrand the Alberta Government of 1921 bo associated with the beginning of a new era in the progress afad proBperity of Southern Alberta and Alberta as ft whole. U will be a year to he remembered as historic in prbvincial Watorr- In the enunciation of its policy in respect to Irrigation, the Govcrnraent has sot only risen to tlio occasion but has tensed its rcspouaibility and obligation to rWove the drawbacks to agricul-tare, in the importance it"^old8 as a bstsic industry In this part ot the Pro-Tince. At a time when confidence is most needed, when it becomes a paramount function ot public authorities to instil this confidence, the Government of Alberta has wisely seen fit to come forward with a policy, the magnitude of which can be only fully realized in the process of years. Independently ot the ntmost satisfaction that the irrigation policy of the Government gives, there Is the added satisfaction that through its Premier it has implemented the promise made that, should the provisions then' made for carrying out the policy of irrigation be found to bo inadequate for practical purposes, recourse could then bo again made to the Govtrnmeut for greater assist aucc. This has happened, and today, in the iKiliey announced, we have the inspiring example ot a Premier that has been tnie to his word and a Government that has stood by the pledges made by its spokesman. With the sure and certain promise ot what irrigation means, tho Stewart Government will be in a position to justly claim the credit that under its auspices was evolved an agricultural policy which made for stability, for the increase ot the wealth ot the Province, for the encouragement of immigration to this part of the Province, and for the prosperity and growth of the cities, towns and villages in its midst. Above all there will be the supremo satisfaction ot malcing for contentment, in the creating of homes on the farm, with all those home surroundings which irrigation will bring. The Stewart Government, in the irrigation policy it has undertaken, will have rightfully earned the apprecia lion ot the people of this part of the Province, in the feeling sensed that Southern Alberta has received a fair deal at the hands ot the Government. It will help to remove anything of the sentiment, where it has arisen, that the policies' of the Government are sectional policies, and that one part of the I'rovince has been neglected �l the oxpensf- nl' the other. li\g their unnniuilty to make the policy materialize. Nor should wc forget at this tiulo men like Mr. Mnrnorh who. wit^i the co-operation and support of others, have at length brought irrigation to tlu- point when it has be-oomfi iin actual poiiry. To him and to ot!\cr. 6. The Antilles. � OTTAWA, Mar. K.--Agriculture estimates were again under Uro In tho house today, lion. Dr. To'inle. minister of agriculture, in outliuliig the work of his department, spoke ot what had been done in the campaign against both animal mid vegetable parasites. I.*st yoar f 17.000,000 was saved to the farmers of Manitoba. Wheat acreages In Sas^ntchewan and Alberta had been protected. Col. \. .T. Currle, North Rimcoe, had a word on the farms of Ontario and l^iiebec. Thefa farms, so be declared to tho house, -would be worth 100 per cant, more it it were not for the weeping �ylUow who went around knocking them. He was critical, too, ot farmers who devoted more time' to politics than faming. Wm. Dutf. Lunenburg, N. S.. thought that fruit inspector appointments, instead of being made by the civil service commission, shouhl lio made by the minister or his deputy. Ip regard to Nova Scotia inspectors, there was something strange. Mr. DufE complained, In that thoy should bo chosen only from men residing in .\nnapoli8 and Kings counties. J. .V. Maharg, Maple Creek, also urged the necessity of better fniit inspection on the prairies. The Inspectors. Mr. Duff argued should bo bettar distributed throughout the province and thus travelling expenses saved. Donald Sutherland. South Oxford al so doubted if some of the department hog inspectors were particularly qualified. OTTAWA, Mar. IT.-(C�n Press) - Dr. Rotd, minister ^of railways, iu the house of commons this afternoon, made his annual statement on tho government lines. H� first outlined the policy ot managonjent decided upon when thft Canadian Northern was connected up with the Ijjter-Col-onial and Tranaoontlnontal RuHways. describing how tho l)oarfl ot management was oonstlluled, A year ago he said he had announoed th� deficit in 1919 on goTerament li&oa as $47,903,-312. When Munt figures were available,' the aotunl loss, he said, was found to haT0 been $48,249,636. "When I made my annual statement of the operation, ot these roads a year ago," Dr. Reid continued, "I believed from discussions I had with Uie management, 1 would he abl� to advise the house this year the deficit ot 1919 had |)een reduced in 1920. Instead ot a peduction I must inform the house th^t the loss In operation alone for the year ending December 31, 1920, is much larger, and is as follows; Canadian Northern, $10,258,679.80! ALBERTA MAKES WINS AT BRANDON University Herefords Cjiitv Off Prizes in the Steer Clares BHAXUO.V. Mar. IV.-Carrying Off some of the highest honor.^i. the I'ni-versity of Alberta made notable witjs at Ihe Manitoba winter fair and fat slock show which opened here this morning. In the class for five steers over 1.100 pounds, there were originally five entries, but three withdrew, which left the field to tho University of Alberta exhibit. The Alberta Herefords easily won ou flrst and second award. Dean Rutherford had n difficult tiino placing tho ribbons iu ihe competition between tho group of three Aberdeen Angus steers owned by J. D. McGregor. Rrandon. and two groups of Herefords from Alberta l.'niversity in the class for throe steers, three years and under, or LING FARMERS VERY OPTIMISTIC Anxious to Begin Spring Work -L. D. S. to Build New Church Edifice WHOUESALE.PRIOas 66NtlNUE TO iFAUL OTTAWA, Mar. 17,-Wholesale prices continue, to fall, aocordlug to 8tatiBtlo�.piibliBhed In the labor gaaotto. The Index oi wholesale prices for Foljniary was 4own to 370.01 as compared with 281.3 for Januor^; 348.3,for February, 1920; 279.8 tor February, 1919, and 13C.G for Februarj', 1914. ClEODPtiRE fEELIHNI Announcement of Irrigation Policy is Cause-Will Mean Much to District Picked t^p IN PASSING FOR THB BPST MA.N Mcrvin W, Wlckett, filleged cheque artist, wanted In London, has heed arrested in Buffalo. W. A. Gardner has been appointed manager of the now creamery to be erected in Kempvllle. George Livingptone Watts, North Carolina's wealthiest citizen, died at Durham, aged TO. Binghampton, N. Y.. newspapers, owing to strike for higher wages. Is writhe 111 a printers' (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD,-. Mar. 18,-Maclood and district people -were never in a morn gleeful mood than they were on St. Canadian Government, $10,449,878.48; , ,,,..,- . total ojtrating deficit ot the Canadian ^'f ^'f ^� ^fy- '^'jfa news came of National Railways, $26,708,450.23, to^fp^'^'^ f,^^'*'*''* ? announcement of (From Our Own Correspondent) STIRLING, Mar. IS.-The last week has been cold and stormy, the thermometer going 23 degrees below last Saturday night, but the wind has grad ually shifted around until now it has nioderated and we arc in hopes spring weather will soon come with plenty of moisture. The farmers are getting anxious to begin spring work as it is getting near the time for them to go on the farms. They seem to be very optimls-tii; and think they will not need the services of Mr. Hatfield this year. We hope they will not he disappointed in the weather conditions. Stirling is quite up to date as to home plays as they have put on two this winter and are preparing the third. The first one, "Hotany Bay," the second, "Safety First." Those who took part in these plays did very well considering it the first anpearanca of some of the performers. Tliny intend to take the one "Safety First" to Raymond next Saturday night, and we hope they will have a successful trip. The .Mutual are preparing a pl.iy. ".My Brother's Kee|)er," and wish to present it to the which we add the operating deficit of the Grand Trunk Pacific, which since August 23 last has been under management ot the C.N.R. board, amounting to $10,134,573.94; making a total operating deficit of $36,842,030.17. "To this amount must bo added the interest on bonds, etc., or What are called fixed charges and which have been paid or assumed by the government, and are ns follows; Canadian Northern, $24,155,988.48; Grand Trunk Pacific, $9,332,776.23. "Making the total deficit for operation and fixed charges, $70,331734.88. "And this does not take into consideration any interest or fixed charges on Transcontinental or Inter-Colonial railways. "A Canadian National income credit, which will he shown In the statement of 'detail, reduces this sum to $69,593,441.00 which is lost on operation and fixed charges for J1920, as against $48,000,000 In 1919. "The management explain this increased loss ot twenty millions chiefly by increased expenditures in payroll and fuel." Afterpeon Session OTTAWA. Mar. 17.-(Can. Press)--At the opening of the house this afternoon, Spealcer Rhodes announced that he had received the resignation of Sir Herbert Ames as member for St. Antolue, Montreal. Sir Herbert was chosen some time ago for tho position of financial adviser to tho League of Nations. Hon. Arthur Meighen moved for the Easter adjournment from Wednesday, March 23 to 29. The motion carried. On the suggestion ot tho leader of the opposition, the. motion for Wednesday evening sitting was allowed to stand for the present. his irrigation policy. Everyone was ready to vote tor Stewart, because ho had saved the country, and he had made their homes worth' keeping. It will make-this country what it was years ago, a land that produces quantity and quality of grain that is not excelled ii^ any part ot the world. Irrigation bonds guaranteed by the Alberta government will find a ready sale In all the stock markets of the world. Many who now have large tracts of land will be able to divide up, and in, this way make the Mac-leod district one of the best populated portions of the province. Homes that aj-o now. miles apart will be only half a mile. More schools and churches will bo built and a larger population will be found that will produce a larger . amount of grain, stock and, farm products than anywhere else, and the government will thus have many more from whom they may look for assistance in time of an election. Macleod is in the centre of the irrigation land. North and west we have the Lethbridge and Macleod Northern covering a large area of land. We have south to Standoff, and east to the junction of the Old Man and Belly rivers, the Macleod South Irrigation project with its 130,000 acres. Between the Waterton and Kootenay is the United Irrigation system. This is all ready for work and the money is ready to build it with as soon as the government has this legislation completed. NoW watch .Macleod and the district gjow. :.. �� , , � ' ,n.,,^ Ti,, ,,.,.public oue week from Saturday night, heuers calved , 9^0. riie uni^e^Uy ,^^,.,^,,,,.^ Dramatic came drew first am third, ^-J^-J^f^^^^^} over last Tuesday week and presented second, and .lames Turner, Carroll. , ,._. , ... ' ,, . ^ Man., fourth. There were ten entries. In the last clasw ot cattle judged before noon today, the red ribbon was awarded the University of Alberta for Its pair of Herefords, J. D. McGregor came second and the university also secured a third. BALMY lATHER COWLEV. March IG.-Kxll spring- enter wintei'. Spring ploughing operations are being held up (or a few weeks of winter. Kighteon inches of snow (ell ionday afternoon and brought a fine baby girl home with her, which was born Feb, Mrs. i;ila \'. llolman came dowo from Lellibridge last Monday afternoon lo spend a couple of weeks with rela-tives ami friends. Tho Stirlin.s; public are looking for-wiii'd lo a big time on tho 17th, when they will have an auction sale which will conunencG at ten o"c'ock. This is to get means to lielj) erect a new church house. In tlie afternoon the re The Women's Institulo dance, | ijof ,^ocicly will .civo a program after I'll? inevitable conflict among p;i-vjiif iiiteresl^-. and between nU pri-vule parties and the public inlcresl i.s now well under way in respect to j'-''^ ,*,'"^' liic oil lemil.i;inn.':. It ij, cluiinod that (lie o larg(! a ;,liaiT i�r tnl domain for Hie pu!)-lic l)e!i'-l!i, ami nm allowing praspccl-ors and iuv(,',;im's sunh:ieiit iuduce-meiiL to iiKil." Ihe r.( ifri..ary expenditure for pipe line,, anu otlier large en-lcv|)ii.^e.". If thi> (i.li iciii.; )irove lo be very rich we sluiil 1m..',()ic ion.!;; Iiear a general roinplainl l';iai r..'- iluveiii nient handed over imliiii' i .:;i)'incs loo freely to i)ri\.i;.- umii, -, .".leanwhile I lie Minii.iei .aini (.lli.i.ii, who have to slet.r tlicii v.,,y i, these cnnfliiliii^ arj;iiii)i n;.-; aiil (ic niands have no e.cj.v nsk ei-rospousibillly, observes the oii ver Province. whicli was held on Friday evening last, (lid not draw a very large crowd. The candilioii of the roads and the .strong east wind which was prevalent kept many oiilsniers from attending. I'nforlunately tho Institute did not quite make e.^penses. J'ho dancing classes which are held in Tuslian's hall, ihri'c nights a week, are growing to amazing proportions. .\bout thirty iiorsona were in uUend-aiue Monday evening. lOveryone is looking forward to the Maainic (lance on Friday evening. The Panff orchestra provides the inusir, tiial a!(jn(.' assures the success (lance. The winners nf last week's whist drive were; Ludy'n iii'st, Mrs. R. I.iUliion: geullenieu's first. 11. Alexander; laily'M consolation, MrN. Running: j'ifnthiinun's. R. Littleton. .Mr. and Mrs. .lames Bird arrived hoinc this week from Grand Forks. 1!. ('.. where they have been (or the hist l( ,v weeks. .Mr. Bird has purchased a re.-;i(ieni e at Grand Forks and will move his (amily there, in a short lime. .Mr.- pa.~l year or more, left (111 'I'licsday morning (or New W'l: {minster, i\lc, and :\Ir::. Mrl.;'.van ami family will) have bein iiviii'.; in Blairmoro f'lr some lijue, have moved back to ('irvh y, Mv. I)f)nul(i .McKay rclunieil to t'oW' ley liu^ weeli, Mr. McKay has been herding .-^hecp :z Wmv (bis winter. '.vhicli there will bo a banquet served to all the married people. At night there will be a ball for all over fourteen years of age. Miss Vesta Holman of Lethbridge. has been engaged by the trustees to teach grades two and three tho rest of the. ten'n as the teacher of those grades .Miss HIac!ua(,ne, resigned ou account of poor lieaUh. Mrs. .Merkley of Magrath and Mrs. ilryner of P.aymond, were here last Tuesday in the interests of the Relief Society work, and gave some very good instruction,'!. The genoaliigical committee have started holding block meetings, the first one beiii},' at the home of Oscar Barton, a goodly number of members of thai dislricl being present. The young folks tried to make good use ot the snow last night before tho wind look ii all off, as five different .=ilciglis were out, U. F. A. Meeting The I'. P. A. aud the U. F. W, A. held th(nr reguiar nieeling Tuesday night. After llie if:.<\ilar business of the meeting there was souio discussion iu regard to geliiiijj; a street opened up on the (!ast Sid.' of s'^ction 3^. The .secretary gav(! sui.....luotations on gopher poison and receivcil application from the farmer.^ prcHeni, T. A. Spaekman gave a vi^iy inieresiiug talk ou proportional reiJicsentai bin. showing very plainly that ii wouhi be far better than tho present system, by giving the different classes of people fairer repre- 28 ;