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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It WEDNESDAY, MAKCM 19. 1919 AI.Ur.UTA. MWEM JMRN MIA 101 Mr. Opened This Morninir an old right of way that was available in D K- Harecs, of ibu KrazLng de U ttnea Kepreseat National Bodv partment ol tbe district Inspector's office, Calgary, gave some very inter- esting and valuable Information to jahoepraeu of the locality. What v.ts outh- S action In ocla- law wlti to the trailing The annual meeting of the So ern Alberta Wool Growers1 Asaocl tlou opened this morning lu St. Aus-jot stiecp to the mountain ranges so ustln's Hall with L. Harfccr, president i It should be made optional to o( th'% association in the chair, and trail or lo In this way sheepman with him 11. C. Hnrrey. would not he compelled, while wall-: Frank Colpinan, mandger, aud N. T. j ing Cor care, to hoM their shrep In McLeod. cecrctary. barren where there was no There was a strong representation j available. Some cattlemen feel that ol the men prominent in tbe sheep I the sheepmen have brought the law dustry. in the district. These were: Ion themselves by allowing them lo D..M. Po-welson, Raymond, W. (J.SmUli wander -while trailing on to pastures Cardeton, K. S. Allen. Raymond, J. jaw! areas in cultivation. Last summer Gagau, Raymond. J. Hlrle, ihe had examined the ranges In Ihe 0; Minor, J. Chlnman, R. Wlnterton, i Crow's N'esl Pass and found them L. JanKn, of Magralh, E. Hxrkfr, A. much adapted lo grazlnE. tho TOarsden, J. Neiluw of (lardston, Hi j time will come when the areas In Williams. Carmangay, W, and 'forest will be to Mr. WllllaoiB. Taber, J, -Veil, Burdelt. hrown open to sheepmen. In addition to these there were pros' A. G. BAALIM Who will head committee j for lunda for1 the L.A.A.A. ent L.- assistant manager. Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers, Ltd., headquarters In Toronto, and Superintendent Falrfleld of the Experimental Farm. Summer Range R. M." Brown, forest supervisor o' Crow's Neat Forest Kcserve, tit Ihe meeting to find out the attitude of (he sheepmen In regard to the mountain ijrazlng for sheep and told tbe meeting that there was sufficient oasture available for th( feedlcg of sheep. There waUk BMifak- wUk tint Utfir mMfitr U arc (rat U tk iireutbcB tfca 4y uf a Amendments Aslied by I. D. A. Promised by Government at Edmonton S. S. Dunham, ivho yras one of tbe committee sent to Edmonton hy tbe recontly-'lormed Irrigation .Develop- he .pointed out In small i ment Association, relumed .Tuesday ncliium. which Ins loan one afternoon, anil uuon being Interviewed three bundradlh the area at Oinada, I In regnrd to what was iccocipHshed, hero -wis produced before tho war he stated tliat co far as the amtiia- more ctttlc than in Ctneda. Mr. Htrrey ipoke lo the effect that _____ time had come for the consiilcra-j dlalc iraporlancc were concerned, tile lion of lha trallini of to the government unilertooli W bavo them ransjej. He bad ready for Those were: ments to the Irrigation District pressed by tbe committee as of Imrrie- menl two before tbe cars asked for were to hand. There were matters which could oe adjusted without in- terfering with cattle or with farm- trs. Ho alwayg willing to recom- pense ON SERIOUS CHARGE dignity U shown slmnHcity and In onr work of Letfcbrktre fttrwt, touth, R, Charged with the very serious of- feece of criminal knowlodse with girl, of 13 of ace, In of the hotels of the city, udwlf Mobtrg, Sweile, appeared at the city police coart thlf aorntnf and la cuxtody for a the fatlitr WM too DUST, to be raised from to mother did nnrferjrtawl Sag- {50.00. The insertion of a clause permit- tint the provincial treasurer in Invert In the bonds of the irrigation districts and that surplus and general revenue the province may be so fa also to be added to the act. These were all of Ihe changes tfoit tbfi.committee IhoriglH wiae to irrtlsl npon at IbEe (Ime, and we are assured these charges will be made. When asked In regard to what thn governfnent would do towards financ- ing', Mr. Dnnbam stated that be rather tbat Mr. Marnoch, when Im Ifirns, would gtre a Ihla matter, lint Mid that white the premier gave the commillee avmrathclic consideration, yet the fids that Ibo amount Involved that Irrigation has heretofore that the- control nf the water ITM in tbe Dominion and not In province, that the whole problem had Seen preclpitalenly and unoxpMV ertly forced upon him, rendered U Im- for him to give any .detlnUe1 answer at this time. He Inllmilej that tlie question would hate taken up with the govern; ment and A polfcy of votne krnd deteT' mined upon, a'nH on acconnt of Its im- portance and the targe amounts In- volved, could cot M done Sunlight Soap V ACT A'> W i v fl'tf :.'J :aa--J Vi, She lets Sunlight do the work Vs.'i'V' L I.-V 1 I'lfon cUNLICHT! Read Sunlight guarantee of purity Sunlight dispels the shadow that once hung over wash clay IN fact many -women do not say "wash day" any more. They say "Sunlight ItVa genuine pleasure to use Sunlight Soap because it means an economical. Wash, it means a quick wash. -Why? Because, Sunlight is absolutely you need only half the quantity as compared with ordinary soaps, nor will Sunlight harm any delicate fabrics, or hurt your hands, And it really takes the labour out of the washing in surprisingly little time as you will see by following the directions. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO ;