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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETKBRIDGE HBKALU SURVEY OF MONTANA LAND AND IRRIGATION NOVEMBER-IS, 1020. NEW TYPE OF WITH VARIABLE WINGS S. Nov. of- We in many Instances to procure tie fleers closed tin; meeting of tbe Wont- ana Irrigation and Drainage institute here Wednesday. They are G. O. Sau- ford, Great Falls, president; K. V. Powell. Stevensvllle, second vice-presi- dent; W. B. Sands. Chinook, third capital for new 'projects. After we get the proper data and rec- ords' to show what can be.done pro- fltably many persons with capital will i become interested, and It will be eas- ler to get money with wblca to jjrance E. K Meyerhoff, For-j irrigation'deveiopment." un, fourth vice-president, aud H. Mr. Gerban. after, reading the rs- The sessions-were declared by gates to greatest possible benefit to future, agricultural develop- ments ot.tbe state. Speakers declar- nent So rights obtained prior to enact- ment, are now owned legally will bo said. ob- ject of the proposed code, which was .._... _ ed that the state's greater need is peo- 1 modelled on the laws of Wyoming and pie. Us greatest asset its soil aud its Oregon, is to make water go further greatest danger dor the present irrigation mctiioda. Tjiesc facts govefn-'the iroljcy-of-the was .declared. .was made in the proposed retodificatioii-of the state's Irrigation aud One, of the prin- cipal of, placing al! irrigation matter's coht'rol'brihi' state engineer's: Ing lo Mr. lie'rharz'. is to: provide a menus for quickly assembling data on Jlontaua's irrigation possibilities. The proposed he said, "pro- Tides for a system of records which ore not j u1 ib o at the eiit time nndr. Irrigate more. land. IIIK a greater number of Railroad rneu representing all roads entering tlio stato promised support In agricultural "development, aud their own work along colonization lines yas touched on bjr'E.' CvLeedy, immigra- tion bureau of the' Great M. Pdley- of the' Chicago, Milwaukee and St: Paul, aud S. B.; Howard of the Burlington. A. S. Pawson of Calgary When Child Has a Cold (Sy Brlcc Belden, M.D.) Other sneakers were; President Alfred the Montana state "'col- lege, V S Griddle of Helena, fo The ordinary "cold In thi head" with .which familiar in children may often ba toe beginning of a bad casa ot grippe, as. this is 1 lons'iou mui'i land i being j candidate for Irriiiinl. i M nuih being-nil! 01ms? s'ate hydraulic: engineer "of used, ti xiiat jjcrcemigc of it is (Washington 1 rank ,C. Emerson, state w'to jen-meer of Wvoming, and J. Winter ilci-ii r -11 tins tai-t it is mipossi 1 Smith, Helena engineer of the Mou- j tana Irrigation congress.- President Atkinson urged a survey ito determine accurately tbe soil re- sources of the state, a thing which he j said wpvild bo ot inestimable value to tt'ltfers, railroads, banks and all other He quoted Bgnres showing acres' to be di- jvided into one comprising a level farming area of approiimate- ilv a grazing range of about Proinpl iOOO.OOO fas, and the third a niona- LITTLE LIVER PILLS 'tain region of to f? 1 Pure on the Slop alter red Indje lion; conpiexion b igoten the eyts. POO.OOO ".Montana's greatest need toiiy is Said greatest asset is its soil, aud the state sbould at once proceed to stifdy and report oil lais" resource In a co'mpre- .hensive.and understandable TashVon." JHe adde'djtliat ihe isiate college ivas prepared iq niake'.iliis survey. "When tbe boundaries of any state Price [have bceu he'-said; "it i'hen, becomes tho the ------r jCilifens'reliably to determine and in- teliigciilly develop whatever of native [resources'may exist slate. At- i tempts to build up in one slate indus- i tries and resources that may eilst in j favorable degree ID another, under diff- only lead to dlsap- (Iiointmcfil and Success can account is {taken, Thus we seo that the "slight cold" In babies Is a serious matter which must bo attended to immediately and avoided .altogether, if we are to have the children escape further infection ol a daiigerons char- T'pLD TO REMAIN ON DEFENSIVE ..tpNDON. Nov. cen-, committee of the League- of Nations Is reported in a Kovno dispatch as having asked the Lithuanian government by wire on the defensive." This Information was forwarded. to the Central News by its Copen- hagen correspondent, who adds that a simitar note has been sent to Poland with a request that General'Zellgouski be called upon to :cease his attacks. VALUABLE CLAYS FOUND NEAR MERRITT, B. C. MERR1TT, B: C., Nov. it of valuable clay, the best Bentonite, as the sample appears to discovered near here. Specimcnsjiave been secured by (be department of mines, Ottawa, and sent to England at- the request of tbe British govern- ment. Guelpb labor men have decided to put.'candidates in the fueld for the coming.municipal election. "f, Cuticura Shampoos Mean Healthy Hair 'Especially if preceded-hy-touches' oi Cuticura Ointment to spots of .dandruff, itching'.and' irritation. This treatment does much to keep the tcalp clean and healthy and to promote hairgroiyth. Sailx. OhtaralZSuiSfc. Sold o.utthfDoOTiflwn.Caaadii i jt, w. M. VM wHboat Me. Japanese Reformers Urge That Weslern Prejudice Be. Considered TOM a recent .meeting of the Alliance for Improving Conditions in Japan the question of improvements in manners toward for- eigners was discussed. mav seem strango in view of tho fact that Japan.Js universally: kndwn as tbo land or politeness. iVevbrlheless 'var- ious members, including Viscountess Monoto, widow of Viscount ifonoto former minister of foreign affairs, ami others who have been ranch In-foreign lands, and all of whom aro eilacatorj of noto at connected with educational work, spoke In criticism of the man- ners of their countrymen, especially of the: manners ot school children in street cars. It was suggested that tbo table manners and general etl- qirelle of Japanese In associating wllh foreigners could'bb Improved. That distinguished foreigners visit- Japan are Invariably entertained ut The plctiiresniic bare-Iegged coolie first "local color" to erect the eyes of the Westerner when his boat docks nt Yokohama-may disappear If a communication recently received by the mayor of that city 'from the Yoko- hama lieform Association la acted Upon. The-association rcrnieala the mayor's co-operation In endeavoring lo prevent coolies and workmen from appearing In public places Insufficient- ly clothed lo conform to western Ideas of propriety. It Is fearsd the sight of so many persons on the streets will tend to give an unfavorable im- pression of Hie city to the large num- ber of foreign visitors. WRECKED STEAMER RELEASED OODENSBUHO, N.'y., Nov. 17.-The Canadian Btcamer Storrripunl, grain Lake Superior to Montreal, f.-hlch Blnfrk the' rocks near the en- of tlio Ogilenaburg canal, on November 4, has been released. About bushels of tho curgo were jet- tisoned.. Damage. lo tho craft v.-as estimated by losjattora lo to "ODCBITHATOLtt RHEUMAl Get Out Your Bottle pf Sloan's Lini- ment antl Knock the Pain-' "Galley-west" WKKKN-T ready for that last duick switch in temperature, wtro you? LcJt you stiff, sore, full of.rheumatic Yon should havo'had "a" bptilo ot Sloan's I.tnlmcnt handy that would have ronetrnteil VflHout nibbing, warmed and soon cased.up tbe mus- cles, (julcled the jiinlp'y, ed part and brought gratifying relief Jlelp.ul In attacks ol lumbago, eclat- Ic.i, exJcrn.nl stiffness strains, aches, Get a -IjoUiu at your rtrurc-lsfs. 35c, 70c, in Canadii, Japanese Transfer Ataman's Spouse from'CpnstantinopIe tb Nippon (By Jnnlus B. Wood. In the Chicago News.) Japan, 'Nov. 3.-Ala- man Semenov; Is. expected In Japan any day In accordance with the latest mysterious play of the' Japanese mili- tary in Sibprla. Surrounded by sec-, recy and official protestations of lg- 'norance as to her whereabouts, the bpna tide- Mme. Semenor and her 5 year old son ihavo been" brought by Japanese oflicers from Constantinople and installed here for the ostensible purpose, of meeting ,uer famous 'hus- band, y .--ring her'years of hiding he has risen from llie position of leader of a gang of Harbin disreputables to the ruler of a barbaric court at Chita, he "has .beeir entertaining repre. sentntlv'es of the great powers, deal- Ing out life or death sentences to hap- less Russians and accumulating other wives and millions In gold andlloot from .looted Transbaikalia. With the collapse of his'military power this Siberian Villa has started.down- ward again and may bp contemplating the resumption of domestic life' and the enjoyment ot his ill gotten gains. Aided By. Japanese Though diplomatic relations j'have resumed with Turkey, japan has military officers in the Ottoman capital. Ono of these furnished SIme. Semehovwlth credentials and 'obtain- ed, passage, for her on .a Japanese liner, which landed her at slip disappeared, leaving no "trace. pDico m-Tokyo, hea'dquafters and the secret police all .deny tknowledge-of her. whereabouts. police, who generally know every- thlng.aboul a foreigner from the color of. hair down to how be passes his sleeplng.hqurs.-protcst that a he. bad given the in. the Ellri. :K A 'little private sleuthing, however, located Mme.' Semenov and her.son installed in the best suite of the popular Kalhln hotel. Tnelr names do not appear ;on the hotel register, and; the employees, .when questioned, denied their presence. Bven-Kama- hura's famous bronze harf endured the; sun. sno'w, floods arid'earthquakes for 700 years.-without a -word, could not be more -secretive. ffhoiiBrf" confining hersel! to her rooms, esc'epl for an occasional stroll, accompanied by a herculean escort, and her uriet appearances in the din- Ing room, where 90 ono except the Jincpmmnitlcalive- Japanesp employes recognlze: the Mttle woman n'mf the noisy boy. Somenov has talked of her plans. She explained to a fric'nd that she came.to Japan In the hope of meeting her long absent husband. -Her expenses, she said, were paid-by Japanese pre- sumably for the -government, and she- expects lo" reimburse them when funds ot her own are available. Police O. K. Necessary -All employees of tho ho'tel said visitors were not permitted to send cards to her apartment except 'with the-.written authority of tho local chief ot police. Jtfer only known call- ers are two Russian ex-ofilcerg and a Japanese officer living in Kamakura, who was formerly milllary adviser to Gen. Semenov. Tlio Japanese officer made tbe hotel arrangements and and'the .boy to room at luncheon to-day. The only jewelry she wore cofnprlscil n dia- mond ring, a plain wedding ring ot gold and a small pin in her white silk uhlrlwnlst. During her morning promenades she wears a long expen- sive moleskin coat which makes the casual tourists gasp with envy, ".Tlio-aon is. but has linimeht Hair Needs Attention Feed tho roots with the proper food, mil your hair will become strong and fascinating. Delmays French Hair Tonic, the latest Inven- tion, baa a pleasant odor, mid Is riot hair lirlstle'-wittT llfo likfl diamonds. Sold .in Canada nt per bottle. For stile nt bridge by Kydnny Jackson, Prescrip- tion Specialist, I'hniio' 3C-I. across from Alexandra mgal. M. N, Moussoaii, chief license In- spector for Kssns County, who has Iwoli suggested as associate police magistrate for Windsor. IMPROVES'YOUR PIES sallow unj "unhealthy looking face.- He wears a Ulceisallor suit 'which leaves Ills knees.'bare. A small Jap- anaese flag at the table indicates to the Initiated that the two are under Japanese protection. Though both.womenTaro in the early kulrtics" iub "uuuu "ifiiiw -Tftifo .sueuisj drab in.comparison with the vivacious! Tzingauka Taru'sya. or "Gypsy whom American and Europeans at the Scmcnov court at Chita inew as. the at a man's'wire. In; Chita tblsYwcmiaii officiated as-the leader In-the 'dfetrt- bullon of tho Amferlcau .Red .Croljs relief supplies and bestowed jewels and furs on many of the girl .workers in the organizations. One of her many trips she Is supposed to-have brouebt Cetf- Seuicnov's wealth of safely, was arrival of the Iron a fide; maf a figbt for'.thii possession fot- these millions. SIG''CONfRAC'T FOR PIER AT VANCOUVER OTTAWA, Novl (Oinadlin The marine department an- nounces that coptract-No. the construction of the Ballantvna iilaf at Vancouver, Cf, has been slgrjed; Tho wort will he done by'the-Iferthom CohsinJctioq company aruj nrl.-ThS amount Inyolvea in" the con- tract is apuroxlmately dol- Cpajract it Is 8tat4l, to'- 'the 'Five" generat tons' "of niother and daughters. assembled, at City r PR1CES-. DROPPING '.IN UNITED stu- dies given out by" I be. United States department oM'abbr, show-'marlied de- clines in October, in practically all items entering intV the cost of living in the United-State's, except house tur- nishings. Clothing, it was sr.ld, had dropped IS per cent, below 1319 costs, and farm products 21 per cent. Surpassing ail others in Delicacy and Fragrance II Send us a post card fo? a free sample, atating the now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mtzcd Tea, Address Salada, Toronto. inr OL cold, I Jt V W VI dswiokfo OtiCE a cold fastens on you, you knbw llial il means >'eeks of discomfort. inlo sore throat, and the cold develops' into tonstllilis and a racking. cough lhat; sometimes lasU for; months. Fool the cold- with DOM J'N 10 N C W. Q. right Out of the fiyslcm thtsfl quiclMctirtg, lasting 1 ablets of Qiscaro, Bromide and Quinine. Keep a fcox always in At tlis first sign of a cold or feverish cpnition, take one or two tablets, and TOO: ve prclty sure to get iramedialo'iclief'and nctc 'morning, that. yrfu are qaile all light. DOMINION TABLETS are. prepared bjr National Drn j Cheraicil Company of Lirhiud. Insist on having Domhiioa YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C PURE W H OS L; E S 0 M B YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. I. ;