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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY THE LKTHRRTDGE DAILY HERALD How Province Controls Irfigiiion Bond Issues With the holding of the bond elec- fcoard, shali lie ot any effect what- tiou ani the sale of .Iho uonda ot the soever until the tame shall have re Lethliridse Northern yet to be under- taken before the awarding of a con- the project can. be consid- following from "The Irrigation. Districts. Act, 3920" dealing .-with provincial control ot these will he ot the utmost importance to tho ratepayers of the Ulstrict: Irrigation Council There shall lie an irrigation council of three members, or any less number whose duty It shall be to advise every hoard upon the conduct of the affairs of His district and who may forbid any act or caurBft of conduct proposed to te- done or entered upon by a board. (2) The member or members' cqii .stituling council .shaH'hft appoint- ed by the Lieutenant Governor ia Council. Xo money received by aay board upon debenture issue shall he expend- ed at auy time without the prior ap proval of the council.' Tho council shall bo entitled at all .times, to rortulre from any tioarc all such information as it may be-in its power All such assistants shall be paid by the board in connection with, whose. affairs .they arij .employed.' (7) No contract for the construction of any "u'ork; jehtered into -by any Nature intended women to.be strong, healthy and happy as the day is'long, instead ct being' siek and- wretched. Hut how can any woman .be healthy and happy when the whole nervous system Is unstrung. The trouble, is they pay more attention to their Social and household duties Ihairthey.do to their health. Is it nny wonder then (hat they become irritable, and nerv- ous, havo hot flushes, dizzy epells, smothering and sinking .become weak and thing in life and gloomy' Milbura's Heart and Xer_re Pills are the very remedy that out. .weary women need tb; restore them to the blessings ot'good-health. Mrs. P. H. Ityan, liav.e.heun a .gre.a't suffer- er from nerve troubles. weak. and nervous could not sleep and my appetite celved the assent of the council. (S) N'o rate of assessment fixed fcy board. shall be effective until ap- proved the council. Issue of Debentures As'soon as possible after the com- pletion of the assessment roll provid- ed In Part HI of this Act, evcry.board shall submit to the council an Esti- mate of the amount required (a) To defray-the expanses in'con necliou with the formation of the dis trie: and of obtaining iho autliorlza lion aforesaid; To construct the proposed works; (c) Annually to meiniain ami oper ate the proposed wprks; raised under any con tract entered into under th6 provisions or this'Act, instead ot sr in addition to making an. application for an' au thc-rlratton under Tile Irrigation Act defray Interest charges upon proposed to fco issuet under the authority of ihe Act am ia maintain pnd operate the proposei works or any part ot. them until th end of one year after their or It the council approves of th said estimate it shall direct the boar tor prepare a ;b'y-law authorizing the raising Qt a loan upon the credit-of the district sufficient -to cover fhe sums (d) or such as it may toctake .a of the vot- ers ol the disfrtct thereon. _. Any- such ejection shall be Iiold in accordance with the provisions of part II of tliiB Act. Irrigation, DTrtricts (2) Any such bylaw shall set amount an'd proposei terms ot the'.loan; The total acreage to-be irrigat- ed; (c) The sum estimated as necessary in each year to .repay.the loan und In- terest thereon; estimated': annual cost of the of the COMMANDER OF FAMOUS 3rd BATTALION ENGAGED WILL PRODUCE PLAY IN SPITE OF TROUBLE LONDON, May 3.--A second effort wlil lipi made to produce In id vhicb, the American ac- tress, Lauretta Taylor, is the star, at the Oarrick theatre tonight. At the theatre It was today that no trou- was expected tonight, but it was added: "We havo taken our own methods to cope With trouble if it oc- curs." Kufua Earl, of Kingston, has dis- posed of his Algonquin cheese fac- tory to farmers in the district. When you eat let it be the best. WAGSTAFFE Real Seville fH Orange Marmaladi All Orange ana ifl'fA tare fa S.lrer Peru, i Prevent Chaps" I warm water and 1 Baby's Own Soap. Wasliia warm water with Baby's Own well and dry your skin will be soft and iiever clap.' jj la-jt wu-, The engagement of Lt.-Col. "Bart" Ilogers. commander of famous 3ni Battalion, is announced to Miss Helen I.cadbelter, Toronto. The third Bat- talion was one ot the first to enter Germany. district and the irrigation works. The form of .the debentures and tho rate.of interest payable thereon shall be as provided by the hoard subject to Ithe approval reasure'r." :bf the provincial (2) The.hoard shall arrange for fbo jale of the debentures and fix the sale jrjce thereof details in connection therewith, hut subject ai vays to the approval oE the willingness and ability to reasurer. jheal ail human ailments. >Iany arc (3) The' proceeds ot the sale of I "debentures shall bo paid directly Into a bank or banks approved by the Lieu- ;enant Governor Jn Council to. the credit of a special account in the name of such person as the Lieutenant Gov- ernor in Council may direct, and no portion thereof shall be paid out save could not walk across with- out trembling. I had flushes .arid fainting'spells. When I second box ot Milburn's Heart an'd Pills 1 began to feel better I and kept on untii I had used six hones when I felt like a different per- I am never without them in the house and recommend them to all suffer with their nerves." Price BOc a hp.t at all1 dealers or jnalled direct on receipt of price'by Tlie T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toroiiio, Had To Lay Off From Fifteen Pounds Taking Tanlac, Washington Paper Tells of l Meeting Where; rieaiing Was Performed "Dear Child of God. "These tiro .wonderful days in. which we live. Days in .which .faith is springing up in the hearts of the chil- dren or God. Days in which our Oort is proving that 'Ills arm Is not short- ened, that he cannot save, neither His car heavy that he cannot hear.'- Days in which He is answering as of old, the simple prayer of a humble, sincere, believing heart. "Today, as in the days of His earth- ly ministry, we are seeing continually His wonderful love for Immunity, Ills .ipon application therefor by the trus- Lees_ and with'the approval of tho council. Copies Irrigation _.Districts Act 1920 areiijow available in pamph- let form at the office of the Irrigation Development Association. STRIKE LEADERS ARE WORKING ON FARM OF MANITOBA PENITENTIARY "Tnnlac has surely kept mo on the April convict- ed strike leaders, Rev. W. Ivens, A. Johns, George Arm- strong, Aid. John Queen and ft. K. Bray, are now at the provincial prison farm, which is in the Greater Winni- peg water district, about 75 miles from the city. They were removed from tho provin- cial jail toflay and only a few people who happened-to ho in tho vicinity of tho jail at tire time saw them 'go. Since their conviction the men have expressed a desire to he sent to thi: farm as soon as the good weather came, and they loft apparently quito pleased at their wishes having heen being healed 'in to the 'Prayer 'of Faith.' Bless His .dear Name." (James This is the message in part :he "-Miracle Mrs. ;Aimee iemple JlcPheraon will bring to Lelh- brldge within ihe near future when she will preach .the gospel of Christ in evangelistic services. In Washing- ton Mrs. McPhersori earned the .'name cf the "Miracle. because through her prayers many sick and crippled were made whole again. Ac- cording to an article In the Washing- ton 12, hundreds of sick and crippled were brought to Mrs. JicPheraon and healing resulted.! Instant Healing (Mrs. LMcPherson tells those who ap- peal to her that the Lord will heal them. Instantly, if their faith is strong enough. In'her farewell services in Washington she prayed over hundreds church without assistance, according to The Washington Times. j Handkerchief Healing Besides praying over those who are' brought to lier'she does healing hyi mail. .Handkerchiefs are sent to anointed with 'oil and prayed over and r returned w'lh the above quotation forming part of her message. Follow-: ing is the remainder: "As it has been i impossible for you to be present at! these services we are inclosing you a j handkerchief (In accordance witfi Acts which has been' prayed over[ by Sister 'McPherson with the prayer 1 that, as It is applied to the diseased' part of your body, In' Jesus' precious name, living faith in 'Christ may spring Mn in. your heart and that as you consecrate'your life to His will and service, perfect healing shall re- sult. "Remember always that Jesus 'wanls, first of to save your soul, and tlien to' heal your body that you may havo a strong body in whicli to live for His glory. Praise he to His own dear name. 'By His stripes we are "Believe that_when you pray you shall receive'that for whicli you arc asking. Mark. 'Jesus.Christ is the'' same yesterday, today and for ever.' Heh. that He lias the today that Ho had when, in His earthly minis- try He had 'Compassion 6n the multi- Joh, for I hail just about reached tho jmint where I have Imtl to quit hut since taking it 1 not only leel like n new' man but have gained fifteen -pounds in said Vernrtii TI. Johnson, Hotel Cecil, Calgary, Al- (Jan.. a machinist, recently. "For three Mr. Johnson cdn- 1'nueil, "I had suffered from stomach iroublo nnd pains in my arms nnd shoulders. My appetite had' almost left me and the little I did manage to eat 1 just had to' force ilown. My food seemed to form In a liftnp, causing a heavy feeling in my ftpmncb ami.I would bloat up hndly gas. My a-rms nurt shoulders twined mo terribly when I was work- ing.. Using a Mg wrench would near- kill me and at I'imcs I could hard-, ly lift a liiimmer a foot and would have to quit a'nd go home. 1 -wns In Mich misery at night I could get but )iltle sleep and lots of nights I .would just lie au'ake nil night long, turning nnd twisting and trying to get In a jiosftfon in wh.ick I could rest easy. 1 was in a badly run down condition and so weak with psin I would have )o lay off from work two or tiirec dayc at a lime. "I bought a fooltlp of Tanlac, as. I had heard go much of Iho good it was doing others, and 1 began to gil bet- ter almost as HOOII as 1 started tak- ing it. 1 look slit lollies In nil. 1 have entirely rij of all my troubles, I havo'a splendid appetite and can cat almost Anything 1 want without suffering the least bit from it after- wards. The pa'iins- In my nrms and nhonldors are all gone, and I can do my and use my jrms as freely ns I ever could without, tholr hurting nio a particle. 1 can sleep nil night long now without wnking up, and al- ways get up Jn the morning feeling rested nnd rondy for work. Tanlac. has liureiy put me on my feet, and 1 cnn nut -Vccomment! It loo highly." Tanlac la sold In Tollbridge hy John D. Hlglnbothatn Oo.; Coal- hurst by Diamond Drag Stationery Hioro. aJid in Warner by Mrs. N, Dcr- granted. They will bo put on general work. and healed all that wero sick witiudivera diseases.'" BRIER of people. One striking case was where a young man received back both his hearing and his sight through the efforts of the 'ttliraclo Woman." Hours before the. morning son-ice opened policemen had to be called fo regulate the traffic In the neighbor- hood of.Ihe church, the rnsh was so great.' Two evening services had to, be held, which necessitated her changing her plans for the evening. Over four- huiulred crippled and people were Individually prayed over by Mrs. Mc- Pherson at this service and many'of them claimed that they had been phys- ically benefited. .Two women, who had not enjoyed the uso of their legs for years, were able to walk from tho Blames Slowing Down of Labor of Raw Material Available The Constant Big Demand for PbSTlQAStlES insures fresh stock from _ your grocer and a triple wrapping holds these most delicious of corn flakes crisp and appetizing, im- mediately ready Tor your j_ i_i --i table. Superior (brn paxes These superior corn flakes have flavor and substance which mark them distinct among corn, foods. Insist upon PosiToASTIES name. Made ty Onfc. Post Toasties Clothea will go higher -in price. There is no prospect for'a reduction at present. The solution' for