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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Till HSIUY, MARCH 21. 1021 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE (Continued from Sixteen.) irld sections ol' that province, and those of you who have followed the development of the arid regions of the United Slates know that them (ireat areas of desert lands havo been reclaimed hy Irrigation and are today producing great wealth. I have in my possession figures to show that Iu thu of curtain of the Irrigated pro. j'acta i.f Ihc Mi-Idle Western States, the value of tho irrigated croon iu alone was greater than tho cost of the construction of the particular project. One of these I want to inon- tiou because it borders on the prov- ince of Alhorta, and is situated in a vary similar territory, and that is the latid. Thn orer period was 30 himheU to thd on dry laiut. anil buiholi to the acre on Irriiiulod land. I think then Ktnni will prove that Irrlnltlon ot titniOKl ImptirUiucn U> whit culled thu ID Albflrta and Rut there Is line prohltm its consider In connection with Irrlgs tlon Tble and the I'roTlncitl GovenimeutH responsible for lirrntlnc Into western provinces thousands of set tiers. They camo there from many Boctlons of the UnlteU Staten and from across thu ocean. They brought all Mils wc-uitii they had, and they spent it in developments on the land they took up. Today they are practic- ally worthless, aiid they consider it Is the duty of these Governments to come to their reacne, not by giving them money, but by Resisting them in Reappointod CommiMioner In Sur Valley Minldoka project In Idaho. In 1919: constructing them irrigation systems they produced Irrigated crops to order that tbe Unit they have. tak-l valuo of and the project I c" UI> be to produce only cost so that one year's! order tna' they, may be able production was greater than the cost of tho project. Now what does Irrigation mean to the laud out there? Even 111 the very to meet their obligations of the past and any other oblljtatiooa they may j hare in future. Thii ba done Pleads TTiat US. Leave Irish Alone Member of British Parliament Speaking in St. Louis Warns of Danger An Airy Perch uuder Irrigation, I would ftichanl D. nan been appointed of Winnipeg, Canadian mem- urge j ber ot the S-aar Valley governing com. council decided to re-appoint Hie four members whose terms Imvi! expired. Mr. Haiilt, French president of the commission: Major Lambert, repre- senting Belgium, and Count De Moltke Hvldtfeldt. representing Denmark, will continue to be associated with Mr. Waugh on the commission. best of years in southern Alborta. I am not criticising with plenty of rainfall, the Irrigated tne Gwrernmtnt for what It has done lands surpassed tho dry land do Its utmost in the production per 1 have the ligures future to attempt to wire this matter. from the Experimental Farm at belli- or wil1 compelled to assist bridge, where both dry farming aud thoso People to more oat of that sec- irrigated methods are pursued. I will tlon of tne country into other aectlonn take what we have (railed the particu- where these difficulties do not exist. larly dry years in that district. The 81y tnat these sections can be made year 1910 was one. Wheat on dry land flourish by the expenditure of Ht the Experimental Farm at Leth- money on tbe construction of irriga- brldge produced In that year 11 bush- tion systems. Might I mention In this I nection with drainage we have to find els to tbe acre, and on irrigated land connection tbe fact that during tbe I means ot removing water from the It bushels to tho acre. The year 1914 ?ast year the valuo Per acre tue i land, (n the matter of irrigation, on j irrigated craps in the iirigated sec- the other hand, it is a case ot putting' tlon of southern Alberta was J49.31' in ditches to bring the water to the per acre. I do not believe that the dry i land. I am quite sure that honorable >roduce much members from the province ot Ontario I amount this I appreciate what taking water from iho iand means, and if they were in ST. LOUIS, March Irish question Is a domestic problem for (Ireat Britain to settle and the United States should not Intervene, Pmnber- ton BHliiiK, member or the British parliament, declared hero yesterday I in an address before the chamber of commerce. Mr. Billing admitted there have been blunders in tho policy pursued tiy the British but raised (he question as to the United States react to Hritiab interferences in domestic af- lairfl. "We realize the difficulty presented I by tha question more than you can over here." he said. "America must realize that it must leave England a.s well as any other country to carry on its own domestic affairs. Agitators have been using the Irish situation to cause a cleavage between your peo- ple and our people. If that should happen I should not care the snap of my finger for civilization." was another dry year. Wheat on dry land at the Kiperimental Farm pro- duced 24 bushels to tho acre, and on Irrigated land 54 bushels to the acre. Tho year 1918 was a really good one CLARESHOLM CURLERS WIND UP THE SEASON WITH LOCAL BONSPIELidral-t I in1 steamer Torrlngton ud drowning Mm crew except toe captain, ba sub- merging while they were on the deck of the submarine. Mr. Murtlndile. or Water aad Lujltt that the waterworks ijriten town made profit lut jrttr. Workmen on one of tho twin pin- nacles of the famous Cologne Cathe- dral, over iiOO feet above the pave- land on an average will produce much more than a third of throughout the wholo of southern "AN year> talllns whole nrathern terri lierta, but i want to give the figures '.ory Diking nn average of the (From Our Own Correspondent I CLARESHOLM-. Mar. The Claresholm Curling 'JS'-b held a local .was like a country fair. The prizes year in southern Alberta, and in that way' II s'loulfl "ot be forgotten that ment, as well1 as of the Provincial year on tho Experimental Farm 14 that 8vstem wa> constructed solely for Governments, to do all they possibly bushels of wheat were produced on purposes. Thoy brought can to develop our resources, so that the dry land and 63 on the irrigated the water onto the land there In order we shall create wealth ami ond. The Oddfellows Lodge played a double rink competition with the K. P. Lodge of Claresiiolm. The Oddfel- lows' to Induce people to settle upon the those people who are looking for em-' 3' rinlia' skipped by R. E. Moffatt land, because they knew that without ployment. There Is no need to be pes-[ ana G- w- Hingrose defeated the K. an irrigation system they could not simistlc in Canada at the present Pl skipped by Walker and Doclds settle that particular district, and tor time. It is true we arc faced with a points. a great number .of years while dry many financial problems that are land was in demand and .was produc- tremely serious, but we have Immense j ing heavy crops, people could not be wealth in this country and all that is' j attracted to the irrigated areas and necessary to develop that wealth If j consequently the Canadian Pacific we do that, all will be well with Cau- Ratlway system on the main line the railway did not develop to any' large extent. But in recent, years It has been developing quite rapidly end producing a great amount of wealth. But iu the areas I speak ot, and this TRIALS OF GERMAN WAR CRIMINALS TO START FIRST OF MAY BERLIN'. Mar. trials of "war" criminals before the supreme court of Lfiipsic are expected to com- mence lit the beginning of May. Ac- cording lo the newspapers, the cases brought by the British government will be taken up first, witiiesHOs com- ing to.Germany from England to tes- tify. One of the first cases will be against Naval Lieutenant Numan for sinking the hospital ship Dover Castle, while another case will be against Lieut. Werner, charged with sinking "You Are Looking 'All In aml that is how I feel." "What seems to be the "Why, I had tonsilitis, and my whole system seemed to be poisoned and run down. So much so that I do not seem to gain strength." "Will you let me be your doctor and do as I tell you T" "I will do anything to fet strong and well. I have been sitting here too long al- ready." "Well, you send to the. drug store for six boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and take one pill after eauh meal and at bedtime. Believe me, it will not be lor.g until you feel the benefit of this treat- ment and find yourself gain- ing in health and vigor." "How do you "I know from personal perience. After I had the 'flu' I ww left just like you are run drrim; could not sleep; the food I ate did not seem to do me any good, and I wu get- ting pretty blue." "Yes." "Well, my wife had MM using Dr. Chaie'g Norm Food, and insisting on giving it a trial. You know the rest, for I was soon about again, as hale and hearty M ever. I have told lots of peo- ple about this Pood. and never knew it to fall yet." "You are to be the 'doctor in this case, so I will follow your advice." Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c a box, all dealers, or manson, Bates Co., Ltd., Toronto. CANADA HAS LOTS OF COAL FOR ALL WORLD Is an Important fact In considering I OTTAWA. March am told this proposition, the people are al- there Is enough coal ra Canada to sup- ready on tbe land. They have their ply the world for two thousand vear homes already established, with stock and machinery, and their farms are fenced. All they need is a guarantee of moisture, and if they can get that they can make agriculture a success. j-The only can make it .a suc- cess year in and year out is by the extension of irrigation to all lands that are fit to be irrigated. This is a problem that ia very much similar to the drainage problem in the province of Ontario, in the province of Mani- toba, and in northern Alberta. In con- to said Dr. Michael Clark. II. P., speaking before a large audience in Knox Presbyterian church here last night. "Upon the hill this afternoon some one was worrying about the supply ot coal in Canada. There is no country which has less to worry about when it comes to three square meals a day for every one. "The trouble with most ot us Is that we want six meals a said the member for Red Deer. i LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY AWDEN ROS, SRO AVINUI SOUTH, LITHHHIDOI PHONE DEN A LIBRARY FURNITURE DININQ ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM I "Value" Is The Outstanding Feature of These Splendid Stocks of Easter Goods HOSIERY AND GLOVES; CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR Seasonable necessities for every-day use, shown here in exceptionally wide variety of choice, featuring the highest standards of qualities to be ob- tained in the markets today, at lowest possible prices. Furniture Prices Lowered Latest Factory Prices Bring Redactions on Many of Our Lines Bedroom Suite Old ivory bedroom' ot five Dressing Table, Bed, Bench aad Rocker. J2S5.00; Former price Fumed Oak Dining Suite Nine pieces, made ni: iolect quarter-cut oak, iu fumed finish. Buffet, Ex- tension Table, China Inel and Dining Chuirs. Former price New Draperies and Curtairu N'cw drapes in ull thfi latest styles and mater- ials. Velours, clnths, chintzes, etc. Mar- riulsn'tes, voiles, rmrtain nets, panel nets, iiml dras. with Hie latest nict effects. The latest prices issued by the eastern factories are much lower than formerly. We are therefore re-mark- ing these goods at reductions in keep- ing with those at the factory. Our, patrons will therefore benefit by the reduced prices immediately. This is only a partial list at the new prices. Remnant Table Largo assortment to select from. All good lengths for win- dows. Bedroom Suite Five pieces Dresser, Vanity Dresser, Bed, Chair and Uocker, in rich natur- al iinish. Kormrir price Chefterfield Chair and Rocker Luxuriantly upholstered Chesterfield, Is panel Iwok style, with loose pillow arms, and loose cushions in scat. Chair and rockor have loose cushions iu scat. Former price S57j.OO; nuw New CarpeU, Lino- leums and Lino- leum Rugs RIBBED TOP SILK HOSE.. Splendid wearing quality; shown in all colors and sizes. "NIAGARA MAID" HOSE.. Pure silk; very superior quality; all colors-to choose from. SILK LISLE HOSE...........6Sc Excellent quality; colors black white and grey. SUEDE LISLE GAUNTLET GLOVES, Lovely quality, and very smart white modes, buff, grey, etc., with black points. Gossard Corsets, to Splamlid showing of med- als for slight, medium and figures. All exception- dl valuo at the price. We can fit you with the proper model for your figure. D. A. Corsets, Very soft, neat-fitting styles in tho popular "Athletic" mo- dels for slight and girlish fig- ures. Sizes 19 to 27. Fine Lisle Vesta, Excellent quality, with rib- bon shoulder at raps, Equiil to lust year's values. Cotton Vests, 45c Very special value, sleevn- less or short slcevr.s. Ail medium sizes iu stock. FANCY COLORED HOSE, AND PAIR Ribbed and plain knit; all colors. DOGSKIN WALKING GLOVES, PAIR Tans Cashable cape gloves in splendid quality at the same price. FINEST DRESS KID GLOVES, French kid, all guaranteed; love- ly soft quality; colors black, white, grey ami modes. PURE SILK "Niagara splendid weight, double tipped; black, white, grey, tan, etc. I'rim.i'd Lino- Icillli; lin. yaril. 111 UP ARE NOW AT THE HIGHEST POINT OF COMPLETENESS Prices in every instance are as low or lower than similar garments are sold for elsewhere, while variety of choice is much broader and more varied than you will see elsewhere. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND GUARANTEE THE FIT Easter to Easter to Easter to Easter Waists to Lethbridge ;