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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; MARCH LKTHUHIIXSK. DAILY PAGE FIFTEEN Pres; Marnoch Deals With Bonding For Irrigation And Protest of Loan Firms President Uon Development Association.) I many frtandB !n Southern If 1 enemies I have not ilude (heir ret. But It I to Imiglne the worst enemy in- and the worst Bin he could ICCUKS me of vira prophecy, I think L could move tor an acquittal Kllhla the 'last tew days. I hive mada a venture. I have, been Mi-Ing (o the land mortgage men tkat as soon, as we have the Irrigation water In'alibi on the, Lethbridce Nor- thern they will be around UU> the found the relief ihe looked for In Dodd's Kid- ney Plllt. ARDKN, Ont., Slarch Klilccy Pills made me like a new person." That is the state- mcnt 'of Jlrs. Jliles Wood, a well Known and highly rcspectcil resident -of this ulaee. .troubled with my tldneya" .Mrs. Wood continues, "and my feet swelled. I tried Dodn's Kidney Pilln with the result that the 'Bwelliug is 'ncr.rly all gone and I feel b.etter in every way. any person -who Is bothered with lilJney trouble or with their feet and legs swollliiK I wxiuld say 'use Dodtl's Kidney Pills.' Tho women of Canada have coma to look'on Doild's Kidney Pills as a stan- Oiird remedy for their kidney ills. They act directly ou the kidneys. They arc purely and simply a kidney remedy, liy putting the kidneys in good condi- lion to strain all tile Impurities, all llio seeds of dfteaso, out of tbo blood they carry good health to every part nf the body. Ask your neighbors if Iiodd's Klduey Pills do not help all kidney seventh of the produce at pre-war prices will easily take care of all the interest and operation charges of district. Bo nil Chargtt From The original clauMa in the Irriga- tion District 'let were carefully draft- oil aud consll-red by people who knew what they were doing; but when they come up for discussion before the Legislature, members have to be educated to what they mean, cation again. Tho lien fo thu bonu-holders, as was proposed in the clause In the Dill, is on tho whole the DIs trlct as a whole. Everybody under stands from long experience. what this means when a'city town or village proceeds to gel a.water Supply to Im- prove living conditions, arid everybody understands'the ad.ded. value, to such the. mortgage holder understands this, and..thecompanies do not think' their rights .and privileges are Interfered '.with, but know, Indeed, that their are Improved by such'action. They, know that all the charges will be met by the tailng power of tho community, and thai their mortgage holding will be im- proved, not impaired.. .They do not dream of asking for priority for tlieir mortgages. Tho Bill was drafted In "Jnst that way. Tho taxes'have-to be n first charga on tho in the same way that all .taxes are first charges. That Is what satisfies the other people who buy the .bends, and that Is what gives them their secur- ity. They Uavo to satisfy themselves tliat the District will be good, 25 a j wliolo, for the tases. Farmers Most Interested The farmers in the District, who are, anil always will he the greatest factor of vested interest in the matter, are satisfied, that they nre entering upon profitable They ire assured of a steady water supply; they know tlieir soil is highly productive if only (hey are nssured of moisture. The of- ficers of the Dominion Government have looked Into all Ihe possibilities, have conducted land and .water and Boll surveys over long terniB of years, of cost and of financing and management have been most carefully prepared and checked over by. an emi- nent authority encaged by the Alberta Government; irrigation farmers on the south side of the river have shown most profitable results over a long term of What's the answer to It all? Educa- tion. Enquiry. The roads are all open. Tho demonstrations are clear. After a little while everybody will be laughing (at all the oilier fellows) be cause wo wore so long in seeing what as so obvious. Umre since the war. thlug which Impressed Mr. lllackburns very much, was the evidence of the quantity ol the coin of Ihe realm everywhere- in circulation. To get a In Iho theatres was well nigh Impossible uu- Itss It was booked, ten dnys iu ad vance; to get a table for dinner .at an> of the faphionabte restaurants in tan I securing It iu the morning. Hare in the Old Country, said Jlr Blackburne, (ire only allowed to be open between the hours of twelve noon and two-thirty, and then frou six ten in tho evening, llallwa) fares have gone up iu line with all olber things. Everybody In England Is out for a good time, and has the money to spend for ensuring the game. Strict ttteu lion is being paid lo the running o euch establishments as tho Empire and the Alhambra. whore revues "are now played. The Inungo and promeu ado done away with aud every tblng is conducted with strict decorum IIFT OFF CORNS IT DOE8NT HURT Get tvery corn and callus for few cents Peter Lund So Reports To the Board of Office Some Time If there is anything done to relievi the housing problem in Letubpdge th' money for it will havo to bo securei from some other source thnn.thei pro- vincial governmenl. Such was th opinion expressed by Peter Lund, a tha weekly luncheon of the board o on Thursday. 'Mr. Lund has re ccntly returned from' Edri antpn an rendered reports on- Iho land title office and the housing question. "H seems to me there la no pros pect ot tho iQpal government doin anything In that ho said, wlill discussing tho probability of.the pro- vincial government taking aflvantag of the money offered by federa government. "The provincial govern ment evidently feel that if they tone it at all it is likely to become he continued. ,'Ho gave II as his opinion th money opon to tte province woul not go far enough to be of any prai tical use." H Is evident (hat if w are going to prdvide houses for nv citizens the money will liavo lo I got Irom somo other sal the speaker. In regard to the land titles oHIc Jlr. Lund reported that Lethhridg i will get it In time, lie slated lha an office will be opened in Oal_ and it will lake several months nn probably a year to transfer the bus 11068'lO tills Cily. Drop a iltlin Fi-eezonc on an ach- ing corn, InfUintly that stop: hurting, then, .yon lift It right out. It doesn't pain one Ml. Yes, magic! Why wait? Your druggist sells a tiny botllo nt Freezono for a cents, sufficient to rid your feel ol every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between Iho toes, and cailusfie, without gore- ness or Irritation, Freezone Is the much talked of ether discovery ot a Cincinnati go n PLAN ESTABLISHMENT CANADIAN AIU FORC OTTAWA, March for th establishment of a Canadian air fore arc being worked out by the >lr boa with the concurrence ot the govcr ment and the requisite legislation an appropriation will be brought during Ihe present scission. The first appropriation Is estimaf lo ho around Hon. A. Siffon Is chalriuan, and Col. O. lilggar vlcc-chalrmnn of the nir boar which Is behind tho plan and ban 01 lined tho regulations regarding aerl service. While delirious, Dr. Paul I'lni 28, ovorpou-ercr! the nurse and jum from a third storey window of Delroit hospital. He was Villcd. in Uniform Again, Benefttted By His Holiday Much Superintendent Penucfather is bad om vacation lie took, returnin; the city on Friday afternoon, afte sojourn in the island, of Bermuda s fully enjoyed his stay there an eclares that.the island is a veritabl arden Eden. The climate, Ihcug not oppressive and ver grceable. Motor cars are not allow In the Island and the cliief mod transit Is tho bicycle, for which th >ads are particularly adapted. Be uda Is built on a coral reef and th 3ads dry oil very quickly after lower of rain. Tho superintendent is ot the opin n that-Berrauda has much to claim gainst Califomia as a winter pleasur lort. Those whom he met tber ho knew California mentioned tha iere were some things..which coiil o-'saM against the climate' of Cal rnia but nothing against Bermuda. Though he only got back to the cit osterday afternoon, Superintenden ennefather was In bis uniform and o uty this morning. Superintenden )emers, who has been neting-superli endent here, leaves today for Re- j ina where he has been transferred rorn Maple Creek- John Floto, oT Elmlra, .died sud- enly at Port Elgin station while for the train to take him ome. lany Stunts for Amusement of Good Natured Crowd En- livened Evening Farmer Bass drew in a large haul f fish, as denoted by his name, in ie great gathering ot ehareholders agents of Ihe Partners' Fire and {ail Insurance company at the first nnual banquet for a "get together" eld at Wesley hall on Friday night. t was u bright and Jovial crowd that at down to a splendid repast for which tho Ladles' Aid of hurch were responsible, and weH did hey minister In the service and In tie attention to the needs of the 'Inner mau." All the men interested In the com- >auy. who could attend, their wires and from the city ind dlilrict were present, ami in of numbers ftnd In the high plrlt everywbero evident they made a goodly assemblage. The managing P. Johnson, from the leadquarters of Its company in Cal-' was present and others proml- leut in the company, such as Mr. Kess- er, >Ir. Prosser, who has charge ot ho work in Saskatchewan, la addi- tion to Mr. Bass. The spirit of the meeting was bqdled in the following program: Toast List Toaslmaster: Farmer Bass, (Some Vocal Kuth. Ole Johnson Hctcha Bletcher (Uig TVartdlnglon Or- chestra (MUs Eileen and Geoffrey Agencies Alberta Secretary Krookcd Kesslcr, (No >tgr. Sanc- timoulous Prosser, (Some Good Kellowsbip Honest Bow man, Vocal Heath and Miss Dunswortb. Bird Ilummou, (Some Davis, (Ladies' -rUesponee: Most Popular Lady. 'Anld Lang Syne.r The short speeches made were full of fun. The proceedings were further enlivened by the appearance ot a "colored" damsel who announced that she was in search of a man, making direct tracks tor Mr. Johnson and pressbig her attentions OQ lu a way which ma Jo tho audience scream with laughter. Another stunt off was ihe entry of a "policeman.' who. after a short consultation with Toastmaster proceeded to make an Investigation.'and fo erlract a flask o! "whisker" from tbo pockets of Mr. Perry and to forthwith arrest Mm, to the great atuutement ot tho crowd. The first annual banquet tvcs voted a great success by all, and it was agreed that Ii should be the first ot a series. Preliminary music was rcu- dered by Mrt. WilieU at the piano and (Mr. Pariu, violin. following were (hose pri'sent: Thoie' Present Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Adams, Warner: A, Johnston, Klrkcildy. ii. H. Helghes end tYauk; Knapp. Coaldilo; Waller Hews aud C. Kane, W. Firth and A. Firlh, West Uth- bridge; T. Jausen, Turin; s. O. Jamie- con, Bovr Islp.nd; .Mr. and Q. An- (us.Mr. and Mrs. S. Dunham, .Mr. and Mrs. H. Jowcit, Mr. and Mrs. N Kuth. Mr. mi Mrs. K. Itofs, G. H, Snowdeii, and 5JIBB lialemau, LelU bridge; Mr. Selk. Now Day ton; B. Hutamoti, Carniaugay; MUs Evelyn 1'rosser, Mr. aud Mrs. C. B Proseer, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Kesslor Miss Treva Kesslcr, and Mr. and Mre John Boss, Lethbridge; Mr. and .Mra W. P. Johnson, Calgarj'; Jim. aud SJUs J. B. Perry, Mr. and 'Mra. K. D Johnson, Jlr. -Mrs. Peler l.uua. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. J. Forester, Mlsj nunswurth. -Mrs. r.nd MfM M. F. Smith, W. II. ffiiui, Miss Peacock, Mrs. U. Suydcr. Kiul Misa SugJcn. Carmansay; -Mr. J. II. Gordon, T. It.- Jopllns, U. Vhoniiison, Nublefvrii; J. Snyuer and -Mr. auj Mrs. W. II. Miller. Carmansay; Mr. unj Mrs. K. J. S'.vanjon. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Ml', and .Mra. ula Vcllser, Magrath; Mr. uud .Mrs. It. J. BaUlry. Coaldale; Mr. and Mr.i. T. M. Huff aud -Mr. and Jlrs. W. 11. Handall. Ijethbridgo; Jlr. arid Mra. It K. Murray, New Dayton; Mr. and W. A. Ourrill. Lethbridge; Mr. auj Mrs. W. L. Shields, New Dayton; Mr. aod Mrs. C. L. Green, Turin; Mr. and W. C. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sutloa. and Mr. aud Sirs. Charles An- derson, Champion; J. L. t'rlts and Miss Mavis Friu. Diamond City; Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown, Nobleford; Mr. and Mrs. John Larseu. and Mr. and Mrt. L. 11. t'hrisiensen, llaymoud: Mr. and Mrs. B. n, Puall. Now Day- ton; H. M. Kgglcton, A. M. D.-.wsley, and O. Utetcher. S. Bald- win, Chin; W. S. McUluur, Dr. lever- ing, and N. B. Peat. POSTMASTER LOCIS. LIFE ALIFAX. X.S.. March King'. :'l. a.-tins punnra-iier at OxSorci, N.S, lost Ma lite in the tiro which curly (Hi ir.urn'iKB destroyed tho WooJ-llat'on blgt-K, at an estimated loss of Tim b'jjy has liol beeu George Brlandc, his wife aiul seven children of X. S., escaped In tholr uifihl clothes when a (Ire broke out In the kitchen ot their teuement. BLUE RIB TEA. Fragrant and Strong, Re- freshing, Comforting and Invigorating. Blue Ribbon Tea Try It. Don't Wait to Be Bilious Keep well. Whenever your appetite begins to flag, or a sour stomach and ITTL.E IVBR PILLS warn you, take CARTER'S llllte l.iver and the trouble will cease. Good for man, woman and child. For your health's sake stick to this old, tried and true remedy. Purely vegetable. GaaO Dose-Small Price DR.CARTHt'SmON PIUS, Nature's m-eat nerve and blood tonic for ulliw, Nervousnest, andFoailcWeakneu. BAD COLO LEFT Advises People to Cart Constipation Without Drugs; Suffered Ten Years, Well in Three Weeks by Internal Bathing. Did you ever hear of a person be-- ins cured of dironie constipation will! Inigs! They relieve at the time some, larger doses are usually necessary Tom time to time. Nature's own just pure sterilized water, administer-'. ed with the J.B.L. Cascade, is the only1 scientific and permanent treatment. llnnit force Nature with drugs. Bathe, Internally. Mrs. A. SIcLeod, Mlddleboro', B. writes: "For ten yeara I sutfcrat from constipation, and for the last year I becamo n wreck. I had awful I'll my hack, severe headaches, indigestion and swollen limbs. 1 tried till, kinds of medicine and many doc- tors wilhout permanent benefit. It an act of Providence that I saw the J. p. Cascade advertised. The first time I used it I (ell relieved, ami in tlirco' "weeks I was completely cured. Jlly habits are now quite regular, and am in iK-lCer health than I have bee% for yeftra. I am very thankful to be doing my own work again." The J. B. Cascade is the perfect- ed Invention of Dr. Clias. A. Tyrrell of Now York, for internal bathing. It la now being shown nml explained at Iho Red Cross Drug Book Co., Lim- ited.. fhone or ask them for free booklet all about write Tyrrell's Hy- gienic Institute, 1C3 College SI. To The Workinpan's Store A BIG ASSORTMENT OF TRUNKS, SUIT CASES AND HAND BAGS JUST RECEIVED LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Save Your Buildings By A LIBERAL USE OF PAINTS Lumber is very costly. We have a fall assortment of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND KALSOMINING Tbe Beit Values in the City. F. A. ROGERS Phone 1155 546 13th Street North (Blue Line Car Stops at Door) From West 6t. John, N.B., Td Mar. 2iJ..Cerstcan S'J-.ScoUan ........Antwerp 31. .Sicilian ........Glasgow Apl. ........Liverpool .Havre-London Franco ..Liverpool 1C..Scandinavian ...Antwerp fi1 tcol S.S. cr P-sUvuv Aientt. Of CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 304 Main St. PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Carmnnia ..Apl 10 K.A.Vic. ..Apl 24 iarmania .Jlaylo K.A.Vic. .May25 C'aronia ...Juu2C K.A. Vic. ..Jul a NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Maureiauta ...................Apl 2[ reUiiia ..................May 22 Maurelaula..................Juno tinpcrator.....................Apl 10 irator ....................May S 5 NEW via Havre and Southampton P.yl George Apl 14 Ryl George May 10 Kyi George Juc 23 Tiyl Cleorgc JulS.S NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL Caroula 22 NEW via MovIHe Columbia. Apl 17 Columbia .May23 Columbia .July :i Columbia .July 31 NEW AND HAMBURG Suxnniu ...ApllO Saxonin ...May 19 NEW GREECE Pamioniii ....................Mcb yi NEW YORK, NAPLES .PALERMO, MESSINA Ilalia Cussandra .Apl21 .May 1 Cassum'ra May 15 Saturnla .June 5 Cassandra-SJune 19 Drafts, Money Ordura and Cable Remittances. For full Information apply to anr R. R. and S. S. agents, or to Com- pany's Office. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Wlnnioeg Sailings However slight a cold you chould never negleit it; if you do It can have but one resulL It leaves tho throat or lungs, or both, alfected. Bronchitis Is one of the mosl jonv mon nffecKous of a neglected cold, and neglected bronchitis the general cause of consumption. Dr. Wood's Norway fine Syrup IB just llio remedy you require to cure tho bronchitis. Tt docs this by loosen- Ins tho phlegm and mucous, and stim- ulates the weakened bronchial organs; aliaya irrltallon anil subdues Inll.nn- matlon, soothes and the irritated parts anO thus prevents It becoming chronic. Mr. It Sunbhrt, Frftr.cls, Sask had a very bad cold which left mo with bronchitis. I tried sever- al cotigti remedies and oils of all kindn, but Ihcy all fnlletl. At I Ml I got Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup and after using two bottles I have never had a sign of bronchitis sincu. 1 thercforo can honestly recommend it for coughs and colds." Don't accept n substitute for Dr. Wood's. The genuine Ii put up In a yellow wrapper; 3 pine trees the trade mark; price 25c and iiOc. Manufactur- ed by The T. Mllbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto, A Gentle Reminder Get out year worn suits and clothes of every kind and send them to us. We will return them looking almost tike new. Now is the time to plan for the immed- iate future. Incidentally don't forget that we have an up-to-date Carpet Cleaning Plant We are also prepared to look after all your requirements in modern laundry work, Our Motto; ''Quality and Service." Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. Phone 451 C.S. FARROW, Manager Box 477 ST. JOHN, N.B., LIVERPOOL Apl. 3 1... Melita Apl. 10 Empress of France Apl. 23 Mlnnedosa Apl. 24 Metagama ST. JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Mar, 31 Sicilian Apl. 20 Pretorlaii QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May 7th, June "fill, July 2nd, July 30th, Victorian May Hth, June inh, July Oth, Aug. 6th Empress of France MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL May 8th Cors'cji May 15fli Melita May 29th' Minnedosa June 5th Metnaama June 12th Corsican June 19th Msllta July 3rJ Minnerlosa July 10lh Mrtagama July 17th Corsican July 24th ftiolits MONTREAL TO GLASGOW May 19th Sicilian June 2nd Pretorian 23rd Sicilian July 7th Pretorlan July 28lh Sicilian (PnaHort application lonni supplied.) Cnll or nrlte tor full Inform> lion, C. P. R. Ticket Oltlce, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Tickets Issued on nil other At- bntlc Ijnea. LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Cain On......Apr 17...........Apr IS MONTREAL, LIVERPOOL I .May22 Canada ..June 12 .Juno 13 Mcganlic .July 17 White Star Line' NEW Codric ----Apr 10 Br.Hic ....ApYlV Oriana........................Apr 21 Cclllo ....May 15 Baltic ----May 23 NEW NEW Lapland ...Apr S Adriatic ...Apr24 Txiplaml ..May Adriatic'.'.Majr29 Apply any Railway or S. S. Agcni, or Company's 28S MiJn 8t.( ;