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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WnM TOOWtMMTt If THE DAILY HERALD fiEB WBRxun PAcm or UVB LOCAIi lilWI MARCH' 1921 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE NIKE Dominion Government Now Urged' To Hasten Irrigation Mortnation f. D. A. Wires Stt Jaa. Lougheed About Southeastern .Surveys ] and Division of Water Following up tho announcement of tbe policy of tho prorlndlal govern-itnent respecting Irrignttott develop-inent and thb guaranteeing of the "bonds of In-lgatlon districts formed under tho General Irrigation Act, tho . Irrigation Development Association has wired Hon. Sir James A. Lougheed minister of the Interior, at Ottawa, iirglns the speeding up of the aurvoys in the propioaed projects to the south end east o� tho city. The wli* further nsked that the federal government etrivo to bring the international controversy over tbe division of the wat-�rs of the St. Mary's and Milk rivers and which Is now in thei hands of the International .Tolnt Commission to an I early settlement. Tho wire to tho pilnlstcr road: ' Lothbridgo, Alt.a., March 17th. l�3t. lion. Sir .Jiimea A. Lougheed, Minister oC Interior, Ottawa, Oni; Premier Stewart having offlclally announced that hla admlnlBtratlon will propoRo to the Alberta Lpgislature that all irrigation projects .approved by tho loginJaturo should have their bonds fully guaranteed by the province will no douljt encourage the Dominion Bovernmejit to push forward with the wise policy inaugurated and' carried oftt by them during past years which bas formed the working basis for con-Blruction now about to bo commenced under the Alberta government. It would he particularly appreciated by tho farmers affected in the great areas south and oast of Lethbrldgo, if your government could help to bring It to an immediate successful conclusion, tho long drawn out negotiations with the United States through the International Joint Commission to llnd an equitabl6 solution of the St. Mary's and Milk rivers waters ques' tlon so that progress towards making the fullest use of these waters may SJOt bo further delayed. G. n. MARNOCH, Chairman Irrigation Develop ment Association.' 8MS p.m. to 9:30 p.m.-Signallers, practice, Sgt. Ix)thlan', Trumpeters, practice, Cpl. nusRoll; N.C.O. and-six men, rltle drill, blent. Lowe; Gunners, gun drill, Lieut. Jacl(;�on; Spare gunners, fuse sotting, Lieut. Short; Drivers, harness, B.S.M, Taylor. Muster Parndo^^ muster parade for the S.O.P.9. to check acQulttance roll for the current year will he held immediately after the inspection on Tuesday the 22nd lust. Inspection-'The annual inspsotlon of this unit by Ueut-Qeneral Sir H. K. Burstall, A.D.C., K.C.B., K.C.M.a., will be held on Tuesday evening the 22nd. March, 1921. All ranks will parade in drill order at 7:1R p.m. Strength Increase-(39th Battery C.F.A.)-Taken on strength with effect as from 8-2-21, Lieut. G. U. Kelvlll; Taken on strength with effect as from 22-2-21, Lieut. "W, I^we. Attached for, duty-The, undonnen-tioned officer of tho Canadian Army Veterinary Corps is attached for duty as veterinary officer of tho 18th brigade, C.F.A., Lieut. Bvt. Capt. A. R. Cameron, M.C., (Auth. M.O. 81-88, 11-2-31.) W. BARNACAIi, Major. , Commanding 18th Brigade, C.F. LETHBRIDGE SHOWS HOW IT WltL SUPPORT GOOD THEATRICAL EVENTS That I-�thbridge thoatre-goers will patronage good show^ is shown in a letter received this week by Len Brown, manager of the Majestic theatre, from Jeff Lydiatt, vice-president of tho Trans-Canada Theatres; Ltd., Calgary, to tho effect that tho "Ruddigoro" audience was the largest individual' houfie in Western Canada, not excepting Calgary, Reglna, ICd-monton and other larger cities. MAYOR WRITES ' HOROSCOPE, SIR - MARl HARVEY Receives Interesting Reply from Noted Actor Who Says Govt. His Worst Enemy REOFOAIRYIN n b Well Attended Meeting Thursday Night Heard Mr. Hutton Talk Facts DELANY MEAT CO. OPENS SATURDAY IN FIFTH STREET STAND CHEERING NEWS ASP "DCD" BUSINESS MEN Is'eed of Campaign in Irrigation Slates to Inform Likely Sct-' lers There Urged The cheering news from Edmonton yostprday relative to the hrigation do-veloiimont policy of the government, a policy that clearr, the way for actual construction, is still tho bir: topic of conversation in the city. A miracle hrns been wrought. Tho details carried in the noon and iator editions of tho Herald-all of wliich were quickly  ^, Tho Coaldale meetlnjg held Thursday night at which Prof. G'. II. Hutton, C. P. R. natural resources,_depart-ment, Calgary, spoke was well attended and a lively interest was manifested in the discussion of dairy cows and the feed question. Prof. Hutton handled the question in his usual comprehensive way and mado a very favorable impression. President Marnoch, of the Lothbridge Board of Trade, accompanied Prof. Hutton to Coaldale and spoke briefly. Coaldale. known as "The Gem ;covercd a serum On Tuesday afternoon next Sir Henry Bur.stall, Inspector General of the Canadinu mlUtla will bo in Leth-piridgo to inspect the local battery units. Ho will arrive on the 12.50 train and the inspection will take place at 8 o'clock in the evening. Roth tho 2nth and 30th Batteries are working hard to make the best possible showing for the occasion. These, batteries have an enviable war record to maintain in theii' peace activities and the ofilcers are doing everything po.s.slblo to niaintuln Leth-bridge as the premier ariiilery poiut iu the prairie provhices. -AHlilary men are tnl : > > - industry. I'resideut Marnoch, of the Lethbridge Board of Trade, on invitation of the Raymond board, will address a meeting of farmers In Raymond tonight. federal Held, will convene in the Empress theatre. An Invitation has been extended to the Lethbridge district organization to send a fraternal delegate, L. H. Jeliff, of Raley, president of tho organization, will prob.ably be tho man selected to attend from here. W. A. Hamilton, of tho T.'.P.A. executive, when seen this morning, stated that thern was much speculation as to the probable nominee, but lie was not prepared to make any conjectures himself. License Inspector DIdier. North Bay, states that $10,500 has been paid iu fines during the last six months for breaches oC tlie O. T. A. Tho Chinese ,National League will hold a convention in Calgary^ March tJ to ii;. for tho treatment of cancer, $LOOO,000 i* cash for Ills secret proRcriptlnn and permission to jiut it on tho commercial market. Many other Mattering offers have been received by Dr. Glover, but It is stated, notwithstanding these offers, ho intends to remain in Toronto and follow up his researches in cancer. Tommy Turner, aged six, London, was drowned in tho river Thames when he fell oft the bridge while playing. . QUEBEC PREMIER HONORED QUEBEC, March 18.-(Canadian Press)-^A demonstration in honor ,gt; Premier Tascheroau. was held in,the I cafe ot the legislature last night by | members of both houses who present- j ed the premier and Mrs. Tasoh'ereau with a beautlni! marble group representing The ff&deinption. SHOE REPAIRS For beat work at lowest prices try HUTTON & PERtCINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. .j. .j. ^ �j..> .j� .;. .j. > > : . BRIGADE ORDERS ? ? 18th Brigade C.F.A. ? K* r> ? ?  ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : I 20th Battery C.F.A.-Major Bvt.' Lt,-Col. C. C, Stibbard, I).S,0. yoth Battery C.F.A.-Major W. Barnacal. ISth March, 1321. No. 19. Parades-7:30 p.m. Armories open. Dress-Drill order. , Delall-S:00 p,m. to p.m.-AH ranks foot drill, O.C, 'JOlh IHy. �. O. COX 940 PHONE 1819 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE FATERSON AND CO. 5-e Acadia Bulldlni 312 Third Avanu* South SSaclcward Hiring Hiring and firing is disorganizing to business and blighting to the ambition of workers and their families. Most of it is due to sickness. Sick employees work listlessly and must have frequent lay-offs, which is disorganizing to farm or factory work, and a loss to the worker.  Health is the prime essential. So many factories realize thi.^ that tliey have boalth departments. A big Buffalo concern recently added a chiropractor's health service an-. We assure our own patrons of the Independent -Meat Alarket continued satisfac-tiou and can take care of a number ot ni>w customers who demand a superior service. PHONE 492 W.LINGARD JM THE �iMELICHT PUJBL/CiTY' err: FAMILY mm Crosse & Blackwell's Mixed and Ciiow Chow OA - Plcldes ....., ..........HUC Ginger ^laps- 2 lbs. tor ........ 45c AN OLD LADY WHO WAS VISITING HER DAUGHTER IN THE CITY and who had always baked her own bread and was known as an exceptionally good bread-maker, said THAT'S REAL GOOD BREAD when enjoyin,!^ ber first meal here. Of course it was Quaker Bread the family used. John Gilmore Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. Honey-Kerr's Pure Alfalfa- 60c 85c Royal Shield Tea- per lb............... Mother's Egg Noodles; per picg.............. Royal Crown Ammonia Powder ......� ....... Golden West Ammonia 07_ Powder; a for ,.........u t C Scrub Brushes- each ............ Floor Wax-.lohnston's and Old English- QA per tin ...............USSC 60c 15c 15c 35c HEAD LETTUCE, RADISHES, RHLJBARB, GREEN ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER, CELERY. TOMATOES, TO ARRIVE SATURDAY. Ontario Asparagus; No. 2 size ...... ......... Red Pimentos for ........., Green Chill for .........1 .... Tomatoes, Com, and Peas................ Shelled Walnuts,, broken; per lb. \'an Houten Cocoa- FREE DELIVERY. FAMILY GROCERS. Why ACT TODAY delay? Consultation without charge or tobllgatlon. Is HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH & SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1441. OUR BAKERY IS AT YOUR SERVE You can come in and watch us do the \vork at any time. We are not afraid of any criticism. The remark we hear most frequently from our customers is, "Everything looks so good, I hardly know what to buy." OUR GOODS APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC TASTE Golden Krust (Plain or Pullman loaf) .. Brown Bread; loaf......:. .. Bread; lOc X'':"':...10o Raisin Bread; loaf....... Nut Bread; loaf....... Special on Barb Wire Limited quantity only at this price. Lyman four-point at, per spool.............tDO� � O Eoo(< now and send in 25% deposit and your order v/lll be pnotected. WE SELL OWENS FANNING MILLS E.A.SHARMANCO.,LH.C.Agents PHONE 1173. 1233-1235 SECOND AVE. SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, lOc SPECIAL FOE SATURDAY Our Muffins and Parkerhouse Rolls are CJA^ irresistible; per dozen.................. Representative of New York Life Insurance Co. -Telephones- Office 1549; Res. 672. CINNAMON BUNS PARKINS BISMAftKS CUP CAKES COCO-ANUT KISSES PUFF PASTRIES LAYER CAKES DOUGHNUTS CREAfvl PUFFS OUR PORK PIES ARE JUST RIGHT. Lethbridge National System of Baking LIMITED. 407 FIFTH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 1047. 60c 35c 15c 20c ilnuts,,broken; p�e ...............5a c, 40c 25c, 45c 70c 45c :.$1.25 ......35c Sweet Potatoes; tins ......... Ro.val .lar Olives; per ,iar ........... Brooklleld Sausage- Keiller's Dundee Marmalade I... Oranges- down ..... (.'o.=!se & Mllierd's "Devon Products" - Introductory packaRC. includiuK receipt book. Contains 1 ciiii Pilchards, 1 can Salmon, 1 can Fresh Herrings, 1 (�an Kippered Herrings, 1 can Jler-i-ings in Tomato Satfce, 1 can Kippered Salmon- *1 -fft Per package ...j^..^^., JpltlU GEO. KERR & CO. PHONES 1453 AND 1365. 1920 Wm. B. Ferguson (Late of Standard Ban!; of Cariadci) Hegs to Announce the Opening of an Office in The Conybeare Blk,, Lethbridge for the purpose of advising, preparing of returns and scrutinizing assessments under the Income War Tnx Act, 1917, and the Business Profit War Ta;< Act, 1916. Cost Systems. Audits. Company Organizations. Also-Place all kinds of Insurance and Bonds. 854?64 3861 ;