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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920 ITHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS LETH1MNDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SRVEN Water Will Be On Project There in 'About Three'Weeks' Time. Water Is pouring Into the Little fiow reservoir, the cearest basin to the land to be Irrigated, at the rate ot ICO aero feet dally, and the Canada Irrigation Co. expects to have water on the land tor the use of settlers for this year's crops In about three weeks, according to J. W. >Ic- Lane, one of the company officials who was IB the city Monday. To the Herald Mr. McLano stated that what had appeared- to be the weak link In-llie canal chain, the Eec-j lion belweon Lake McGregor and tho' Llltle Bow reservoir, was holding up well and no further difficulty Is ex- pected: Any troubles now are mere- ly those of seepage which any new canal system experiences. About acres of the first tract to ho opened at Vaushall will- bo under crop this, year and new farm houses and buildings are beginning to dot the horizon. The company Is put- ting on a strong selling campaign this year, and expects to handle a large number_of .settlers through Letb.' bridge. Agents are busy lining up prospective settlers lu irrigated sec- tions of Idaho, Washington and Wyo- ming, whilo nulle a number of dry land farmers h parts ol Southern Alberta are preparing to se- cure land In the rew projecL Seeding is progressing favorably throughout the eastern part .of South- ern Alberta, according to Mr, McLane, and the outlook Is tlio brightest since leg a balance of }3.050 as the City's shire for which no by-law has been issued; and whereas the arbitrary fig- ure estimated for discount of as mentioned in citation No. 1, must bo divided proportionately between the local Improvement share and the city's share, viz frontage owners' share ot aud the city's share ot discount, "Therefore be it resolved that the city's share of local improvement No. 36 be feed at J3.050 'and the Treasur- er be required to adjust his books ac- cordingly." r ANDERSON AND LINKING IN CARE OF DOCTORS Both Jock Anderson and Bil- ly Linuing are under doctor's care today as a result ot acci- dents at the football game last night between North Lctli- bridge United and the Frag- ments. Jock was accidentally klckcd lu his lu-'t eye and at tho lime'it was thought that a flesh wound is-as the extent, of his Injuries but late last night it -was necessary to have two stitches put in above his eye. Billy Lenmng is rccelv-' ing treatment for his eye. b'our Cases of Scarlet The Tests of Milk and Water Supplies. The report of the medical officer o health for the month of April shdw that there were 13 dcatlls in the clt during the month, from the cau ses: Spanish Influenza, 1; chronic myo- carditis, 1; convulsions, 1; stillborn, 1; endocarditis, 1; acute Intestinal ob-' structlon, 1; bronchitis, 1; premature Sir George Foster Makes an An- the Delay. OTTAWA, May Canadian George Foster announc- ed In the house this afternoon'.that tho- birth, 2; malnutrition, 1; concussion budget would be brought down on Mon-1 of brajn, 1; Internal hemorrhage, 1; day. Circumstances had arisen which j tuberculosis, 1; acute gastritis, 1; bac- made it Inadvisable to, present the' teraemla, 1; pernicious vomiting, budget tomorrow as anticipated. One arterio sculerosis, 1; gastro eulerelis, circumstance was the pleasurable fact ..-..-_..-- that the prime minister' was expect- ed to take his the house to- morrow. -On account of bis returning Many Items in Past Ten Years Which Should Be Met By Debenture. 1; general peritonitis, I. Total, 19. Results of Milk Tests' Name. Butter Fat; Chief Mountain............... 3.7 just previous to the lime when the, Crystal Dairy................. 3.6 budgit speech was to be.delivered, it r Buttenvick.................. 3.6 was considered inadvisable to go on Results Of Tests of Milk for Sediment The' Commissioners nrc very busy Coing tho'various Items of- cap- ital expenditure during a period of oomo ten 'years for which bonds were not provided, with a. view of consoli- dating them and issuing debenture for the.whole amount which exceeds In doing so they came up against" a snag in. connection with what was then Reid St., in the open- ing of'tho same in 1911 and moving the building .to what Is now the Isola- tion Hospital. In pursuance of this the following resolution was adopted at n meeting held on Tuesday. "Whereas the cost ot local improve- ment No. 36' after the final cost of revision was held was estimated at being made up by .actual cpsl of work and allowance for discount on sale of land to- tal and whereas of this amount 75 per cent, was charged to tho frontage of property affected, Icav- ___ the budget without giving Sir Robert an opportunity to look it over. Sir George hoped, however, lhat there would be n full altenuance on Monday for the budget.. Hon. W. S. Fielding said he bad no recollection of Monday being regard- ed as a budget das'. He suggested (hat tho nnilrat'-ralEliL bo broueht down on Friday. Sir'George had re- ferred to the'retura of the prime min- ister as a pleasurable incident, Ap- parenlly the government did not wish to mix that pleasurable Incident with the unpleasant task of'-brlnglng down Sir Giorge Frfs'ter. replied that he could see lio reason -why -Monday should not be regarded as a budget It had as many hours as any other day. No Radical Amendments Hon. Htigh Gulhrle, solicltor-gen- (Grade Grade Grata. Crystal Dairy 2 Chief Mountain .2 Bulterwick 3 .There were four cases of scarlel fever and nine of measles but with no deaths resulting. The condition of the- river has been, worse than usual and it has taken some time to get the filtration plant working iiormally'agaiii after, running out o( chemical in March, but th'ero has been no evidence of ilsn since April 19th, and no further trouble is' anticipated. Isolation Hospital Patients admitted during April (scarlet fever) Patients discharged during April... i Patients remaining April 30 (scar- let fever) ..'............-1 May Now Secure It From Other Countries-Method Is Explained. Arrangements have been made by Lue -Employment Service of Canada whereby employers may bring heli: from, other countries. Conditions throughout Western Canada have been this spring such that employers have had considerable; worry la obtaining sufficient labor. This applies partic- ularly to'farmers and mine operators, so .far as the LethbrlJge district Is concerned. Notice of these arrangements has been received by Thomas Longworth, superintendent of the Lethbridge branch of the government labor bur- eaux. He will be pleased to give em- ployers': any Information about this and whatever assistance Is necessary. In a letter explaining the arrange- ments it Is set out that tlio Employ- men Service 'of Canada has been or- ganized to help employers get men and to adequately, 'distribute- labor hroiigh the Dominion. "Whilo the development of. the country's resour- ces calls for a constant supply of both it Is clearly In the general in- terests .lhat the.demand should, as Ear as-possible be met from every nvailablG source within the Dominion betofe'clepa are for tho admSs- iioii' ot labor from other countries. Oc casious'arlse, however, when the sup- ply 'of labor within.1 Canada is found to bo insufficient to meet the needs "With the object of providing for such additional netds and at the saino limb of carefully guarding against pos- sible disorganization the labor market undue influx of work-] ers, arrangements have been nmde .under which employers may apply for Reports From Gateway Indicate That Smuggling Proceeds On Large Scale, A report, from Fernle states that during the last week or ten days i las been liquor has been smuggle the States In arge quantltltes buried In open cars It IB slated that f. G. N rcight leaves Fernle dally with from 60 to SO cars of coal tor export. It Is reported that, on Thursda: last, the. Customs officials, on board Ing one of these trains to check man discovered conductor and Iwo brakemen. under tho influence o liquor, and a search of the caboose closed three cases ot liquor conceale therein. As a-Sresult the entire train load was ordered on a siding. In the Inspection that followed, 1 Is stated that In one care- alone fort cases of liquor vrero found piled i tiers at each end ot tho train an completely': covered with coal. Tb train crew thereupon taken int custody. A reiiort from Gateway says tha each car or the same train, wa searched