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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ______________ I" i i -1---------- THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, MAY ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Manaeer MaeDonald of Indus-' sirablo that business men of the couu- uv should undertake something io im- trial Congress Says Day ol p-OYO it was at a meeting Factory Grubbing Is Kdmouton ipauguntted the of livestock, wheat, wool, alfalfa and other hay. What tho prospective pop- ulation will ho. may bo gauged from vhai can bo expected when the '00 acres ot irrigable land are all un- der cultivation. BrigadieKleucral Mat'Donald was he guest at the joint luncheon of the lotary Club and the_JRoard of Trade f which was held at'tho V. M. C. A.; at noon today. He will tticre go ho ECjpe and the activities ot tlw industrial Association. Tho general i has Just returned from the cast where) the association, in tho various meet- Government Hay Which Was in i it on nnn nnn' Western Canada Colo'jlzalioa Associa- Plans (o Populate a council of forty-live Acres of Vacant "Lunds in Ihe business men and from that council we fleeted, an executive ot eight. That "est- executive- approached Saskatchewan 'Manitoba ao4 organizations in 'Brigadier General H. P. MacDonald; those provinces have-been formed explained lo a joint gathering of Iho! "The objects ot the association are Rotarians and members cf the board four-fold. They arc: of trade al a luncheon today the aims! Co-ordinate the various Imml and objects and the accomplishments' gratlon efforts now going on In tho of the Alberta Industrial Development Dominion. Tae Dominion govern Association Via gathering appointed inctil has appropriated a largo sum of a. committee to assist -Mayor Hardle money for this work and the C. P. R., ana the city commissioners in the pro- C. N. It., and the Hudson's Bay corn- gram ot entertainment to llio visiting pany all have their Immigration poll- manufaolurcrs bero on Juno 2. Moth- dee. It Is our hopo to prevent over- ing was dono In regard to subscribing lapping between these efforts, funds lo the association. Plrcct telUcrueut of ihcso During his opening remarks nrlga- acres oMancI The; Doiulnton dlerflenorol JlacDonW loM of the In- government cannot do thistecs TlX "ale' through 4he cast anil middle westorn' eminent can do is to interest people in stntos. Ho gavo It ns his opinion that this country. 'men giving thcmjdvice and ings and discussions held, met with great deal ol support, with very mudi Interest taken by the manu- facturers. Distributed By Govern- ment Agent. Seven hundred and slsty-tliree cars supremo court; vlth Mr. Justice Walsh presiding, opened on Monday morn- ing. The dates for tho hearing of the casei on the list wcro fixed, v.lth that of Frankle vs. Hoss to te gono on with Tuesday rnoratng. The special case of the City ot Leth- bridge vs. the Crystal Dairy will come up for hearing this afternoon. This is a test case of special Interest to detormlno the legality of an employer deducting the school pall tas from the wages of the employee, as has hither- to the custom. Tho lest case, which has been Ini- tiated by tho Crystal Dairy Co. through Its solicitor, C. K. Jamleson, has come about through the complaint made by certain, of Us employees as to the right of tha company to deduct the poll tax from wages due. It Is regard' Hon. Meighen Explains Position of S. S. Board on Le Barre Case to (he OTTAWA, May 17- 0----- -When the com- Buchanan makes it clear that the plaint ot Oscar l.u Hurra ot Albion I Hoard's policy Is to help soldiers to Kidge, aliening that tho Soldier Settle- ment Hoard would not help him to purchase a farm In tho mm mm Greatest Blow of the Spring Is Ser- vice AITeetcd. ftcturers Association in a couple ot weeks, tho speaker said tho days of Direction of inter-provincial uaje vi i k Business immigration Surely, tne boys o the east can und homes just as comfort faclorj- .grabbing are dono. interests will only locale where condi -7-- lions prevail favorable lo their trade, able and prosperous on these broad It will be necessary (er the centres of, prairies or ours as they can find any Wcsleni Canada to show the mannfac- where on the continent. Many faun tirethat markets are wailing for era spent the results ot successful sea j'-js I sons of funning toy going to California 'to make them familiar' tor Iho winter. .When men get lo lUc will coulltlons iu the west 1 cousid- years when winters .here are too cred It advisable Hint they should hard for them it be our dnt> to cone out hero and I think we business to, of hay from Ontario and Quebec is deciding what la considered an j passed through Lethbrldge under the issue! II. k u friendly action Alberta government since November cny allowed itself to be 11. 1919, according to an announce- !joinej S5 plaintiff for its own sails- inent made today by J. govern-i ,actton have a doubtful point clear- j agent at Lethbriiige. When Cg-j a'd Hires are compute-! thai ivill Include Amongst those of the legal profos iuu iiay from Manitoba and other eiiy In tho points the total will be somewhat wcre A. B. Dunlon. former- higher. iy of the city, from Victoria, H.C., and Tho price of this hay has ranged; Jlr of Calgary. from ?22 a ton in the cast, which made _______j_________. it between ?30 and a ton here, up to lo JU.50 a ton. which Is the average price at present The lake up irrigable land. Mr. Meighen'3 letter is as follows Ottawa. Ont., 7th May, 1920. Northern Irrigated District, appeared Dear Buchanan terior. Mr. iu a letter to Mr. FFIYOTTO GOjOfl s Usual, Lcthbrldge Will lie Well Represented ;il the Musical 'Event. Seeding operations are being held! number of cars given above represent ip to some extent today by Iho wind, i praetlcallv tons of hay. which. I f'or the- first time iu several weeks a (akcn at an average price (or Ihej real old Bon'vvesler Is blowing, anil, season of ?35 a ton, gives some indi-i on tho land is affected in souiu cation of the amount of money sent. ilaccs. However, it Is not believed ,out Of tho district for feed, ho land is blowing to any great es-, shipped tho nrst car of tent except where it light, mlt Of Lcthhrldge on Novemlicr I ,o GRAIN STOCKS FORT WILLIAM. Ont., May 'C IS .he topsoil is quite moist. 12, and at the present time he has reports today indicated that! eight cars standing on the sidings. In the farmers look advantage ot the ln'e neighborhood of one hundred cars ideal day on Sunday and thousands of received In the city during the past iicres were planted. "Wo hod so many of weeks cost the farmers from enforced Sundays earlier in the spring to ?45 a ton. that 1