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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR TIfF. LST WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1920 She letbbctboe 'ibevalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor and Publishers THE -ILETH apiece .HERALD ptyNTi'NGr 'COMPANY iLlliltEb ?23 6th Letnbrldse ern Canada. It was finally decided at a meeting of committee so form- ed. ami held In Calgary, that tlu> Ject was of sufficient Importance to' hold a conference in Alberta at a tins to work in with meeting which was being held by the Alberu Indus- trial Development Association, the an- nual meeting at Edmonton.- the day btfore the sitting of ihe .Legislature. jThis meeting was repre- I sentatjveV froja all over tSe Pmfiuce. anil'the mfllt'was'the formation o! Presides i Colonlntion As- John Torrauce Business Manager Uefaljer Audit Bureau of Circulations. .Subscription Rates: delivered, per week ......i -15 Daily, per fear ......7.6G by "mail, per year ........5.05 Weekly, by niEil, per year...... l.M Weekly1, by uaJL year to U.S. 3.00 I sociation wiih a council of [and an executive of eight, to be'lue provincial unit of the Association. Tbe executive of eight Is composed of. his Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, i Pat Burns, of Calgary, Mr. James Ramsey, of Edmonton, President Wood, of the U.F.A., Mr. Noble, of XoMoford. Mr. Jennings, of-Jhe-F-d- montcm Journal, Mayor Brown; ot" Medicine Hat, and Brigadier-Cenerai MacDonald. Do You Know? .......QUESTION? What is the origin i'. How came. tho. expresziou.''to sow dragons' 3. Who was Tintoretto? 4. Was Gothic architecture design- ed by tie Goths? 5. What Is "dead 6. What is the cycle of the moon? Dr. Allau Gordon Kice passed away TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. VYbit.le tbe origin of "gentle- 2. Wbo pas kuowu. as ".Marshal 3. Where does ihe word "fetish" come from? 4. Who was Aesop the writer of fables? 5. Who Is the most famous of tho English writers of tables? 6. What is tho origin o' the ei- presslQn "to lay by the IRRIOATION AND If ereritheita was a need; to-press 6bm6 "tK4 haed 'ot it-has tben. prdclaHnied.m.tis t( tiere ii anypija: who is doubtJul tlOEJ Bo he among or outside the farm- ers. Nature as wo have seen It has iemonslrated with practical emphasis thS necessity ot irrigation in this part of the Province. It only drouth that irrigation. correct in .Southern. Alberta, H will 6e thi'panacea against trie high winds'Vhici they have re- at an inopportune time. With irrigation on his land the farmer can scoff at the elements of drouth A meeting ot representatives of. are'e- prairie provinces was held at the Hotel in April lasV.aud the desirability aud practicability, cfj the scherpe discussed and adopted. It "was felt at this meeting that Govern- ment, of Canada, cannot, be depended upon entirely to loolr. to the great agri- cultural industry of our country for various reasons. It was sensed that the business men have the ability i the'money, and so, vfith the co-operH- tlon of the Government, able to bring about Iba colouitation of the vacant lands of this country. .The scheme has nit'only.--the sympathy ot the Govern- ment but has behind It thc C.P.R. and the Railways ot Canada. Part o! the colonization scheme i? and wind. The ill effects of wind at to divide Western Canada into rones leedlngtime can be offset by the pack- or districts. It was proposed at the Kg of the soil ihiilr the Irrigation -meeting to have five unes in the tyy'P provinces of AJberta and and'four in waters-wlll-lend- th.omselves io.-There will in the' process' te all the -labor saved in re-seeding which has become in certain localities just necessary now. It is perfectly true to say that the effect of the -wind has not been gen- eral in the damag6 done, and that it la more oh the lighter soils that the e.ffect-ihas been.tad, But even in these cases much', if not all, could have been irrigation water avail- The loss'occasioned In an economic loss, in that it means the twlceloid. application of labor! With th'e Stress placed on production aCthe pre'Bent lime, with the gospel preach- ed the housetops that it is the Solution for the present high cost ot firing; the lesson is brought home that in Ihe national economy It Is.not only JmajJier Jojf.: ttilliadiyJduai but. for ANSWERS 1. A translation of .trench one who belongs to Lhe gens or stock. According to tio Roman law gens-men, or gentlumen, were those only who. had a family name, were born of free had no slave iji their ancestral line, aud never been degraded to a lower panic. Blucher was called Marschall Vorwarts from his constant-exhorta tion to his hussars in tho campaigns preceding Waterloo. 3. The African Hoi so named. 4. A Phrygian slave very dfform ed. He Jived about B.C. 670. 5. John Gay, -who is sometimes call ed the Kngllsh Aesop.. 6. The allusion Is lo the stocks In which vagrants find other petty of fenders were confined by the. ankles. There'will be a district or zone offics with a manager under a District Land Inspector. The duties of the lattejr would be to list all vacant lands through, 'the agencies existing In the district, and so determine th9 amount of vacant land in Western Canada and tlie kind of jand It is by Inspecting and approximating its value.' Ths In- spector-would; aiso have under his care the matter ot locating settlers Vhb Vould be directed from provincial or head-office, and be would also have under his care th'e providing of information and describ- .ng the resources of the land in his district. There are also the duties of he District Welfare Inspector in meet- ing settlers who coipe into his dis- trict and directing, advising, and as- sisting themr-in, getting on the land. After the settler is on the land the -inspector, 3r h'l.s pro jress.'for. say The 'Western Colonization scheme should have a great future ahead Of it. the With Its success means the success hava been' of "Ih'dustrial development. This-de- Holiday Quietly Many Spent Day Putting in Thcif Gardens SatlonSl m'eans' for over- tie handicaps "Suction. Had it not been for thejabun. daht moisture that had -been previous-. might hava than tiey tfut In the'fruth ifrlsj'an ill tiat blows no good there can be e satisfaciion, little thoiigh it be, rit it has imperatively, brought home Sie fact that itfs.nof ortly.tb counter- iiet dro'ulh'.tiuVWnd that irrigatiou is mty-be-'thankful that aa it might beelnj a thank regarded t pends on settlement and population! There is not a 'doubt that with added population' the 'industrial scheme- will gain H is'we'll that it should tiave Its partner the colonization scheme.1. .In" the'differences of condi- tions between'-the Boit-and the West things hav% of. late greatly changed The. cpst'of; living and the price'of labor may be said a par .which, was not- the the op greatly Help, tbe project 'thabkfulness will not ba'to'o greatly mi' TlfE COLONIZATION j JT.HAS may 'be 'regarded an ajhlejvement IB that the Western Can- teda Colonization scheme" has already iecured dver half a million dollars to- Tfards the settlement of.twentr million ttres of vacant prairia land. Tie Western Canada Colonization it mnet' be remembered, la an ftJJuhCl of the" Industrial 'Congress.' Chough In tbe process of belr-g it came'-after the plan of the Industrial Congress, comprised in the Alberta Industrial Development (Association, it inly, well be looked. on, s'o'farTas1 the West Is concerned, tliougu Ihe hand- niaid.yet the more important part of the two. The two hsflCBBarily go to getherl but the Colonization scheme, to. uae a cominqn and hackneyed fiijur. .atlve is the tail, in thai It fol lowed the industrial sKicrae, that the dog. Without settlement there cannot of ho, industru-a This much need's no argument. (From Our Ovm C'jrrestxmaacll RAYMOND, May Da was quietly celebrated in Raymon Schools, banlis and business-house observed the day as a holiday, an many citizens spent the day putting i ;arden. Not a few motored to Letl bridge. At night there .was a specia program at the Re'i ;nmd ball In the opera house. Mrs. "formerly" Mis Blanche. ColletL of Raymond, is vis ng her parents. Mrs. no ivea in Seattle. The School Cadet corps .are no holding'regular 'drill and. rifle :pr( tjce. They are rigged oat in'ndw un forms 'presenting a .snappV a pearance ;on parade.1 formerly of the Canadian charge of the cadet "work. Bishop'J. F. Anderson, recently i turned from a mission'in the northe- Brush Grubb Receives Pre- senfaUori-ftam Women's Auxiliary of G.W.Y.A. Our TABBR. May seeding radically finished. Oat seeding get- iig well under way. Considerable st- ation being-paid to flax also. Some arley being seeded, but littlfe heard it as A' nuuroer have yet some heat to s'ovr. but although Rome are iking chinces.'on late frosts, seeding t wheat is 'about over. There will, owever, be considerable o account of the recent windstorms, lay eoili being too damp (or much anwgs from Monday's high irlnd end total damage on all coil In omparison to acreage. Friday storm rorso in effect us soil drier, conelder- ble damage both on light and rbere harrowed fine. Some rye blown ut north of river, and a good deal of wheat around Enchant. In fact, where- ver soil was light enough to blow, a ood deal Trill, require re-seeding tiany would jwelcome a soaking rain o hold things.dowifc -More tractors be- ng shipped in, and use of them Qand. Shortage ot horses In some ases for all work planned, hut both ractors and horses A big dance, ami supper, under the .usplces'of Women's Auxiliary o ha G.W.V.A. was held in the Vets all on Friday evening and was large y attended; .Music was supplied by ohannsen's .orchestra, and after ancing hsu" carried on for some Ime, a halt was called for supper, Be- ore the., crowd sat down, however V. Grubh: was asked to step for and mads the recipient of the ollowing- address, aud a gold-headei ebony cane, the address reading a 'ollows Taber, Alia.. :isl of May, 1920 To W. Brush Grubb, Esquire this first public functio ield under .the auspices of the Wt men's Auxiliary of the Great "Wa Veterans'-Assoclatlon It ed fitting that an expression of th gratitude ot the dependents of ou men who were engaged in the pas conflict should: be publicly expressed o you for the'many kindly service which you rendered to us as Secri and Treasurer of the local Cana Jlan Patriotic Fund. It is not onl for' the- -work which you performet though "your "energy and efficiency 1 that work "could not-he surpassed-bu it is for the kindness, consideration aud courtesy, glv.en by you which spi dally earned our deepest, apprecii tion. Onr anxiety may at times have mac our requests 6-appear unreaspnabl but .you. made allowance, fc Bucbf.i.aiidi every 'apDlicatioh for .a fiistance p'r treated wi the greatest consideration'and no X fort was'spare'd by you to relieve OL needs. The men now happ ly returned join''in expressing oi gratitude to you .for' the states, laboring In'1 Council -BitifTs, Iowa, was the speaker at'the.'Suiiday afternoon service iri the firs't Miss Olga Anderson, of 'Lothbridge, sang a [solo, "I Know Ue- deemer "Lives." Presldeuts Allen and Snffw.'.'df Ihe Taylor 'stake presidency, -were Official visitors in Stirling Sunday--.; D. G. Selman, who had his shoulder broken during tho high vind'a week ago In which a a stable striking th.e bona.'and break- ing It, was brought home -from the Gait hospital, .Wednes- day. ed Indufrt'riaV'developinent. .It is a fur .ber.tencpuragiDg sign-that the-eyes of the 'eastern manufacturer ore at the present turned to the West. The colonization scheme opens, the doo of the West to the manufacturer of] :ho East in a way which has not been actors'seuaed. With all this It is gratifying (o note that this scheme Is mailing headway in obtaining'the ft- nanclnl' sinews necessary for carrying on the campaign, in the circurri- since> the outlook for the West fa decidedly, encouraging. Thc King and Green-- hnve employed Mr. Chalmers', of Calgary, an manager df their -battery and tractor repair dennrlment. N. U Mitchell, supervisor ot-rriusic 'in the local schools, has been offered a similar Mr, Mitchell Is now corfsfdering'the offer. Mr. Mitchell had attained excellent success in his in local J. It. who .spent the pas'l winter in Utah, returned home this week. Detective Crerar ot the hridge, spent the week-end in Hay- rnond. J. D. Spaftord, manager "of the Standard Bank, spent the with frlenrls in I.ethhriilge. i'lumiiier. at Sault Sle Marled has Veen presented by (lie estate la 'Algoms lleuevolent Hospital As- sociitiou for converBloii iuto a hospital to bo known the Pluniiucr Mcruofiiil i Hospital. j Louis Bnssbu ot Cornwall was; drowntxl when a disabled motor boat, in which he aud Joseph Leroux were1! paddling, was cnished by the sLeameri) St. Thomas Y.M.C.A. hns tound U to increase its fc-es. (Brockvilla district milk producers rive decided to an aisoela- on. An Anti-Prohibition league, has en formed in Britain to fight the merlcan "Pussyfoot" campaign. Coloacl James Galloway, of King- on, died suddenly while watching a recall game. Trinity Methodist congregation, To- into, burned tho mortgage on its lurch property. v- Governor Smith ot New York State the Fowler bill designed to tho daylight saving law. J. W. Scott t Son, of Llstowcl, have old out their private fjankiug busi- ess to the Bank of Montreal. _Rev. H. J. Pritchard, of Sault Ste 'arie, will.become pastor of North rpudview Presbyterian Church, To- onto. The Ontario provincial treasurer's epartment announced a heavy fease in the taxation of amusement buses, which comes into effect on une 1. Rev. A. Langford, prominent lelhodist divine, father ot the late lev. Fred W. Langford of Calgary and ather-in-law of Hon. N. W. Rowell, is ead. The congregation ot St. Luke's Prcs- yterian Church, .Montreal, has ex- ended a call to Rev. S. G. Brown ot ilnionle, Out., to BU the vacancy caus- tho resignation of Rev. A. ilacKenzie, who was called to St. ohn's Church' Vancouver. H'ls announced that Lynuhurst, the beautiful home of the late W. II. P.ov. Dr. George l: Williams, at tbe annual meeting' ot the Mothotllstl Uniou, Toronto, declared that ten I downtown churches should be scrap- ped. Legislation to empower the On- 1 tarlo Hydro-Electric Commission to re- build or purchase steam- ixiwer velopment plain's iutroduced In) the Legislature by Col. the Hon. D. Belleville City Council proposes to exempt from taxation for two years houses erected .this year; tho land to bo assessed at the same figures as last year. An entirely new departure in poll- Heal campaigns Is announced liy Her- bert Hoover's managers- During and for a few'prloMo the Republican Na- tional L'ouventiou a daily newspaper will be published in Chicago devoted lo the presentation of Mr. Hoover's availability. Tho paper will ho called The Hoover IloraM, and will be is- sued under tho auspices of the Hoover Publicity League. James Keeley will be tbe editor. Piano Tone Should Improve With Age IT docs this .with the famous old Mason is built to merely to sal! quickly. You cau buy at much less thtui you expect, and on very easy .terms. If you have a'lilAnb'or organ lo trade in let -us know we'll make .tho liberal al lowanee possible. Bllmorci Block ol Iho X F O R DS The newest spring styles. We have a nice range in all leathers that fit the feet and are comfortable. You can have these properly fitted at our store so'that they will be snug'fitting around the ankle and through the instep and still have plenty of room through the ball of the foot. W. J, NELSON CO; SHERLOCK BUILDING you voluntarily si; well accomplish! and unite with us in extending o icarty, goodwill cttd in asking y< lo accept the slight'accompanying gi is a small expression .of same. (Signed) For the' Women's Auxilia of tho Taber Branch of tho Gre War.- Veterans' jAesocIatlon, Ru Vayro, rtoleh Bain, Mr. Grubb.replied. In a few we chosen, words thahkihg the dorio and expressing a-ppreclation of t gift, which he -would keep as a fani hei-loon, and relic'of'ihe great war, and said further :thaf he had felt it his boumlen duty-to sec that the sol- diere' dependents had their due, and had only acted accordingly. He was glad they appreciated his. work. Tho inscription on the'gif.t was as follows: "Presented to 'W.'Brush the dependents ot the soldier? 'as a mark of services rendered In the Great War." An interesting.piece of news (o tho people of thc town and district is that llio new dentist so long waited for. has appeared" upon the scene. .Dr. This oiitlook can he said to be more j several patties' of LfHriuriJge young encouraging in the fact that Ihe money people motored over for thCMlnncoa subscribed Is iy outstanding Indivl-i Saturday and Monday nights.' 'Tlie duals and coporalions in.both eastern and-western wllh the strong hasincas clement which has lent .its Interest, sympathy, aud cordial sup- port to the colonization movement. A Montana, dispatch eiys the FVnnz corporation has brought In another well. This-last discovery Is on Cat Creek anticline, in formerly -with Mam and Marrs oi arrived in town Saturday, anil will open an office over thc Taher Drug store Immediately Water, connections will be made from thc drug store helow, -and tho medico when seen, was looking for tho local plumber, 'to Install the pipin, A fixed f tar of this order in our local firmament is greatly to be desired. A. Tolton Is expecting a. ner Waterloo tractor, by the first the same being'alreody en route. Wnrlls tractor was unloaded here on Saturday. A. Gusaeck. formerly elevator man ager for Hie A., P. Grain Co., om camo as a terrible shock, to lier htis- later for the. Farmers' ?jlevator a bon.-l. family, and frieiirts as it camo Purple Springs was In town Sundaj T.illiont warninc. Tho funeral wil! Fay Slackhouse, cashier at th heM toilay in tiie Opera housft, KIilci- freight sheds, left by tho noon train Raymond pavilion and orchestrh never fails lo draw a Weekly Oancijs will ho held during'lhe summer The funeral of Mrs. Maud Hf.ker, who passed awny last Saturday, will h'; held ioday. Mrs, Baker's death rihlc shock to lier hits S. F.irnhiim Klmbnll, of the'flrit wurd iifKclatlng. Hisliop Mceks will he nmodir-tho mourners. the Wlnnett country, seven miles west I ot Musselstell river. Cat Creek: BOY KILLED IN AUTO SMASH MUSSUISOOII rnur. i MaV 25.-Johnny, tiic of wostom colonization has been rlfbt- that eocs nvc-yMroU son pi X Thotfcn.'.WInnl- ly. tenaed anrj UJR whir.ii hi? i rihanclally been for laym? j the foundation for the rews-1 wry industrial plan. thnt j with aml (s 4n 'hfc 1alest There appsars to be more imagine too movoracnt for forming llm tha" lnlth ln the anr1nl ejo Colonization Assnrialion i, machines conveying contraband Infancy, the altatains of The possibility of tho feat lit 'whfcrewftha! iu lite ratter r.i money ia airplane has