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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1913 PROUBl THE LETIIBRID.GE, DAILY-. j'agc 11 p it is who Wllll Return from Cypress Meet I :ssslqy; METHODS Cabinet, lo Sold In sealed lead packets only- never In bultt. In this way you fwt with all Its and flavour per? fsctly preserved. BLACK, MIXED GREEN charges" hr whatever ICCL II V W. li. of Ihe'Do- mlnion "pnial 'Kami, aud .-j -.wK Compaq known 'ralx targe, heavy, i. 'Joilbt ot Coaljal thousands of them from Ih foot keeps tho koy vpreas Hills Wate Some people t at Map find no backing for Ihat It wa tliuro you ore: 1 [u'tcresliiis conve piled JffijjEtin' 'jfj-mers they I Ihe pleasure Vlf.TORIA DAY SPORTS EHJOYEO WITH OFF THE HONORS SUITED BY Offlco 1224 lilt rrlgation by-this method eitends rom Just west ot Medicine Hat lo tome BO or CO mfles east ot taking a goodly portion of tho Maple CreeV country and .extending as far south as tho boundary. is ail'under private irrigation projects, :he government bavipK autliorlzed the construction of ditches ar.d the vsa of the creek' waters by apportionment Ed1 upon priority.'1 To Here-1 secretary.'Kanklu, of the -Western Canada IrrlgaUqn-'lUjsoclalloa, in hi: Vulcan, -May enterprising little town in gils ittire lor Vic- lurla liay.' ilouses o! private residences wtte haiidsomely decorated, and to add to the Jojs there was a tl.ronj; ot lisltora from Burrouudlpg and the country. Vulcanites came stroi.g and root- ed their baseball -ind looiball teams lo victory. The baseball match was fUbbcrul; contested, and was replete Kilh arlllt. The irowd were'give" plenty to cheer for, and the nolee v.-as lusly. At the end of ninth il was eight all. and when the tenth inning was called there was some tall .ex- cjl'cmeiit. Tbo rooters got anil Vulcan managed to get the wiurjiilS run over tbe plate, making the ,'co're 9 to 8., Vulcan carried the fcolbal honors. It "as a heady gam' throughout, 'ioth teams Ehowine'iip and the leather alternated In'it There's always suu lehlnd dark- T eit ctoud. Thws's often joj In, (tie jonbre Llfo's cares but th} trials set to place ga> pace. r up, not troubles like a mff-, reiE on; fly through (he Slmplon tui Thus far monoplanes There were I irrigat- It. Hlr Jnmes la a poor tho "double entendre." When .J to address the House" flnd'pu. 'it'es In right-relation "to the cha- -jrk' will only moments of hesitation -auso 01 intended (or Iho cooling of m, setCLt a thornier shll 'd irel his fingers roimd i rt KOI them nil -b under right car i, t- 'and-through out the- Coaldalo .district, and-'alongi Lbe O. P. R: ditch south .east of Letu- bridge, and Mr-iFairBeld asked a number: of: leading question as to the '3 aud means he ed. and'the proper time for irrigating, cuttlnsr, etc. i .Jir.-1'a.wBOn's ad dress-was verj- in- and he was given the strlci- He dwelt lipbu the proper, way to lay out small ditches, to-handle the-water, to ralto crops, 'iiild to cure bay, and showed the difference'In'methods under the _._.__. --_..... _ ,_ ,__ large '-that-' run Ing diiicuilies In connecjion with'the through arfd vast Quantities' of -writer to a- large number of farmers and whero the farmer has to'.con.servfl the water'from crechs -and' rainfall, and store it.-in small reservoirs. He ex- pressed rMlght at-the, progress the irrigation farmers, Maple IJia observa' ttons ho bad made In.. a trfp'1 portion of the district, and-predict- ed that -within a tew years the? would be producing enormous-tiuantitlcs of nay and would then be broadening out Into olher lines with equal success. Tho Lcthbridgo delegation was tai- on on a tour of the Dixon Brothers firm near Maple and'were shown the methods of storing water project. and the checking system in vogue and they were much interested in' the I.1 Jlrs. Geori'e' pleasantly surprised by a nuthnor'of their friends 'who drop'ped In for a-garae of cards Vour tables w ._- PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS Your druggist will refund money Ii PAfc.Q OINTMEjiT falls'to'cure anr case' of Itching1, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Tiles 'in "6 to 14 50o Do Not Throw Your Mj'.Paint for. Iloo.f r can buy It from li ;WM; TOREATFULL HAROIEVILJ.E, '2123' _ i' 'lETMBRIDQE ibf- a> viiilon la.the He is sketch.pJtceducaUooar'de .velopment in Alberle, and JIgble-i sdioois-.-and 'etjuipment. '-f V 'Miss Tessic ivcd'in il.c city bn'Salurtay'on an WendKi Usit- willi: Sfr> and Mrs1 "Thomas (Jiiiim, U61 srxtfi'Avi! .Wesley ,Ud. will meet as usual ne jcf ay; J i terno. on, a large requested. Tcmorrow- night the Cliosen friends vill hold the- last'ot''their "papular -S.O.K -ill be. em piyuous lu tuu The .ISaiils o! Eng their regular mcelin evetiing hut the whis rive has been postponed until lot her notice. Wesley .Mission. Circle will l with -Mrs.'H.-Kj Twcltl at seve o'clock? ---i' Jlr. address Wcs1 this'-" eveninl wke6 the Christian Citizenship d program; has -also-been '-i tcmlance' Mrs. Driscoll, has been 'on an ill iindoubtedly''bc large. City, >wh oslcnud Visit wH THE HON; JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN AND HIS WIFE The latest picture of the statesman; who IE now 77 years .of-age. 'Peoples Joe" has long retired, from the political field, but his kindly influence is felt in the party qutBtlon'j'of the'day. LOUGHEED WOULD NOT .-MOVE THIRD READING, BUT LIB- ERALS DID IT FOR HIM vole, oi May, M.'j-The. senate by to 19 carried the- motion Aid '.c-K River- apd wish td IBank the Citizens' Ji.umltr L'o.- Ehgichart, mar.agcr-'of the Jiilk HiYer 'ofTicc; lor- their kmtiness in loaning their office for the ice- ucam.salcion Wednesday, May -21st. lo send ilic'- Highways "bill haci' to thy Gommoi.s '-vrith the" Tecomraenda- PLAY WAS FROST Much Advertised "Croesus" Not What It Was Cracked Up lo Bs London, Jley Henri'do Rothschild's much-disputed and splen- didly advertised play "Croesus" pro- ducta by Garrick TVeaire'iasl niEht..turned'0'Jt1 to'be a dismal' failure. tlie excursions nltirms', the reports'of wh'ieh'fllleS EO many 'columns' In 'lha newspapers, the appetites "of .th'a critics "were naturally whelted, b'JU "Cfoosns" not to be half so' dramatic the'aclioas c[ the three men moat interested In its Mrs. James Aird, lelf'at the ccd o the wecli- lor Vhcrc she will -visit en route' hbiic.' Mr. ar.d Mrs A1. "Simpson have as their guest the litter's nephew; Mr. K. -H.- Hchilcrion, the Grenf West I'ermaTienfl.oan Co. oi Calgary. Mr. 'Hnldtrs'on intends- Vancouver 'at tho" first ;uen the Daughters I Kngland in- tho S.O.B. I i evening was a bnlii- i one hnndrfd-.and 'fifty in n attendance. Gasfcclt's excellent 'miLsic, -as kcpt'iiii until .v.late i. rcireslnnwts he'ng.serv .ty-five hichihcrs 'ol Country Oirl" enjo iknic at the '-river t AV'ojie o'clock a i nic lunch "wss partaken 1 (h gamcsi'-coulte re in frbrfpuplrout 'bewitching .sltnlns item Girl" were Availed up Jctsi mid several -phMo- i ic singers '-vitte taken: .arty returned- the and slii. in the evtn- Otlawa, Is ujtable team and 'Sergt, of the -18th High- has the opportunity of going. tioii that: the amendments be ac- orlune. cepled' The amendments prbiide for distribution ot money, according to population and eliminating the jlyen- the (etieral 'government to' build trunk roads, it being rcjanM as iniringemrnt ot provincial rights. Senator Loughccd lor. Iho gov- ernnfcnt refused to move the third reading. Sir George Uoss it, Senator Loughecd ohjcclEil and was upheld hy'the speaker, whose.ruling was reversed by the senate. "solemniwd In Sis Cyprian's church Canon MeMillen, when Diamond City n Mr.' ..I. .icr, ol Jhe. '.-.ot Music KOIC a, suil.of lipttopt, Tho only 'report of Ihe famous" 'Battle of wh'en Arthur Bourcbier wafched bis victorious forc- es from an excellently conceived sirat. egetlo position on1 the heights of the Beefsteak club, capture the cnem5'a posillon, after much bloodshed, sas :he fact that he savr some army of occupation. Commissionaires guarded "the entrances-to (he and policemen were stationed at ious points of strategic importance. Mr. Bourchier was on the scene. hinK- self, but was struggling with adversity all his efforts could'not make- "Croesus" strong dramatically, convincing play. A London pollco official says tie suffragette leaders should be treated as anarchists, watched. and be constantly -A Melbourne dis- cle says that the campaign, nhich ay is being car- unparalleled keen- 'i ore making a the country con- were captured by IflJO. The ssinlllty of '.hat lhcy.-> i. seat is cst 'and S severe- si1 ijudgint-ii! Was' 1 Reserved in (root -I! liottppt, DALLAS ROMANS 'iV'-Vfil by1 her sister, Jhis Krtna A SMART COAT HAT it nrhilc M't. J.' W.'Jon'es, supporlci ihe pink plume. HAT Showing the Uteit. ttyle lit The hit It of pink >atln dirk- by the firs' I the a-! H.D., am A Short T I i SI .1 uudieiu'C Courting.? To Mr. Qumrtey, who has Il.c play" for- the ladies, bel-. large s.harc "oi ihe crrnit (or the sue- tervanti, who tike lonj cess o! the nciiormance. cess ;