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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBR'IDGE DAJLV HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914 CONTINUED FROM PAGE. Convontton, ns It was advertised to be. The Guard of Trade aud business men of Coaliairst took the matter the cliiuooks to contend vilh, too.'iu Addition; 10 oilier 'obstacles. Might NattGstia Cliancs to Succeed -air. Uoy-ii. tiio 'Farm Products, who-epqkt! at the Mqnarcti meeting bu Monday; that i.flie rainfall records showed nothing, and that they wore misleading. iniaht he said, "xvlth. dry farming sucii as Mr. Trejro lisd described tf we stayed long 'out ..iruublo Is la iiestir in the meantime. crops .on au average rain- to -3. I. Hcrcival ami J. R. Sanonam rfan the before the raiu especially is the credit for sucli Aimvsy, grain tarmiug, arge turn-out due. Arrangements thh it ma" inakc fortunes, doesn't bseu made "to meet all ths trains, special convention rates were ex- tended, so that farmers, from "all ovei the district most directly concerned nmke a country, if -we are to have tented owner's. Irrigation' Imsfj-umilo possible out of tho., 'greatest hay-pro- duohigditcing couuUiesctr.olii sli te t countries., xm.: 1tUo..Auicrlcr.u cotttinoiit. .Irrigntibh lias" out' the livestock business bii a safe basis. lr- rlgaUos has' built up arouud the city of a .dairy business of great importance. Irrigation has giv- en to these people and the city of Kythbrlctse. vesetubltis- .aud small fruits in aluiiidance. Irrigation has been the niearte of raising tho price of this' land from S au cere ui> to Sap (or rough land, and tin-acre for land in alfalfa today. Do you more proof, wish permanent we've got .to. Messrs. Perry, H. Pawsoit, G. homes our own living, p; Ken-, S.' S. Dunham and others and I '.ike the irrigation game because epoke, and the fanners to ni mail iiuii i tiAU mo ill udauBc with the--project, were enabled to at- It bns thc ejemonts necessary lend with the convenience. ia reat h contented prosperous in all making .their wnv to me j aad ths only thins this coun- Coalhurst theatre, vuere the. conven- j trv bMts is ,he-muisture. U has all tlea was heid. Unable to be There Dr. J.S. M. P.P.. and A. scheduled to ad- j the other elements necessary." Buchanan, M.P., dress the meeting, but Dr. was busily engaged with Mr. James Sheds Some Light Ben James, another practical nian were convinced that irrigation la what they tvant. THE McKEOWN HARDWARE COM- PANY, LiwiiTEp, IN LIQUIDATION. Crctlitors PUKSUANT to the Order made .herein tho 5th day of November, UU4) creditors of the nbovo named Comiiany and all others havlup claims against the Company, 'for- merly carrying, oju business, at' tho City of tho. Provluco jerta, required by the 1st -day of January, 1015, to. file with the Can- ariiaa Credit. Men's Trust Association, Limited, Uquidfitor of ths said Com- lany, ut thplr offlcq at ttio City of Cal- gary, la the Province of their full names, addresses, occupations I SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED--A competent maid. Appl> Mrs. Mltford, Sr., 63ti 10th St. B. 290-1 liPevery city In Western fcanudii lo sell well Intro- duced article: to motorcar owners. Al- moBt everyJowuor 'buys.one and bfr comos u sEtiallcd customer; largo commission. A worker con mako to per day. Western Utilities Co., 303 .Donalda Block, .Winnipeg. Manl' toba. Ad either sex, one In every Canadian city to. control aalo of new money making clothes wosh: ng crystal, clothes washing ideas revolutionised, potItlvely kbollBhes rubbing, washboards, weshing ma- chines .your own agents, own One Coaihtirst farmer that ho run particulars uuiy yennea 01 ymir own busIneBS; es- epent n year In liauMng water i their, of any securities terfitorv idvc'n. captiblo'mon for his stock, and that water 'wna by thorn :aad tbc specined value crying need on the other aide, of the of such securities, and in default river. Another pointed but that dry j thereof they wilt., be peremptorily cx- _ from the. district, said, :ln j farming methods could not be prctiE1- j eluded from, the i1. Stewart' addition .to giving a-valuable address led, when the larnic iiUtary af- i on irrigation prpblems, that he would to haul water five icrs. wera compelled jAct arid ier.eiUs o! Order. the said fairs, ana Mr. Buchanan was summon- [not take 550 an acre and go dry. 'He ed euddttfiy to Calsary.-and conld not j met all the.arguments -.that .were .put to answered every ques- be present. Bo til, however, sent their regrets, and stated in comniuai- tion satisfactorily. cations that they were heartily in favor of the scheme, and would do all fti. their power to further its cause. '.Cost Could Be PSid in 23 Years President 3iamocn of the Leth- Pay. For What They Get Air.-. -Hayes' address' first a knbcic ,nnd (hen a boost'for irrigation. sntld that-ho. was fully iut. accord what had been said by the gen- w wa a eea sa v e fcridge Board of Trade traced the pro- tlemen preceediug him; but that -gress of the petitions as they have gone so far, and gave a concise ex- not fngten stri around: the. -'fawner's neck until he arun e. -awners nec un e planauon 01 the status of :hp schcsc was readv Eor them. He did not think at the. present -time. He pointed out ;it was rl' that. aside from the value of such a ctltion :ard -you need it, productive enterprise to the country, Qjeichen should 'have t water their ten miles id j His Honor.yjudge Jackson, will 011 Tho g cSasod shortly, sfter sbc o'clock, Insting qvbr four hours. New Pastor Knox Church CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE "because you want irri- that we at own responsibility. The church would relieve the unemployed sit- uation if thc government took it up at once, the total cost to be eventual- to carry the j burden and pay' for something which ja not beneficial, but which is detri- mental to Gleichen. I believe you can individual organized" for .work, felt that manr Mere overlook-. the. IHh day of 'January 1915, at .-11 o'clock in the forenoon at his 'Chamb- ers in the Court House the City of Lethbrldgc, hear the report of'the Liquidator upon "the claims of credit- ors submitted to him pursuant to this notice, when any creditors may be heard in support of their claims. DATED this-5th day of November, 1014. JOHNSTQNE RITCHIE, Lethbridge, "Alberta, Soiicitora for the Liquidator. klThe Canadian- 'Credit Men's Trust by the farmers profit- make better honies under irrigation, ed directly. Getting dovn with proper schemes and organiza- lar sum per annum, -Mr. Association, Ltd., Liquidator. Ad No. L. ing tfceir obligations. Speaking of the effect-.of tin war on ths wort bt the imssic- ._. Doctor said that-he had .found that j tions, provided you pay for what you it was not affecting the propaganda elusive, .territory given', capable men and women can por week. Answer today, Western Utilities Com- pany, 208 Donalda Block, Winnipeg, -Ainu. Ad No. 20 up-to-miiiute War Book Combination Christmas girt. Is sure money-maker: Handsome sam- ples free; liberal terms; order now; send postage twenty-five cents. Nich- ols Publishers, Toronto. tiAIR PEMPVEO- K. M. ;iqlmo grnOuata of Ufa Pennsylvania Ortuo pacJio Institute, Medicnl Massag Electr cal yibrafory and TlveraiXintlo Lign Blectrolyjis and Suam poolns Treatments (iven tijr polntroenf.only. Iloom 1. Blk PKIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrt Vtn Haarlem's I'rlvaM Hospital anil niiiteralty' Hbme. -1224 711; Avenue Smith, tliono! ART EMBROIDERIES SYNDICATE controlling best leasea in Alberta oil fields offers liberal con- tract to hustling salesmen and organ- izing Ealesrnanagors. Write for par- ticulars. Absolutely now plan. John Coi, MacLeaii Block, Calgary, Al- No. 45 SITUATIONS WANTED by girl ot six- MPSS FiLMER'Sr.SHOWROOIVl Is now at 1110 3rd iycn'uo South., Lessons given. Hours to 0 piiu. DRESSMAKING Satisfaction- guaranteed Prices rightr B. J. Pannell Room' 41, Dominion Bldg._ EDUCATIONAL J teen for general housework; Is able rat XT A- j. j ito cook. Apply to Miss A. S., Box he (Notice to Claimants and 1212, Taber, SSS-H found that aSowlns the first and only, those who get -water j except probably of years after the completion of the pro- pay ior J v Creditors In'the Estate of-James .by active Scotch woman. Phone 17S3. lent address en the work of the gov- siUisn interests in the furtber- farm, showing the compara- an'ce of ths scheme, said in a rousing tire yields on irrigated and .non-irri- gated land, taken over a series of systems hem? farmed to the best -.increase per-acre In the yields tion.. The net result-was that irriga tion had increased by 20 by 42 ley by 39 bushels, and potatoes by bushels per acre. "If there is any said Mr. Fairfield. "it. with hay. There is rio'stronser ar- gument than those figures, unless it be en inspection, and everyone :is invited to step across the river and -see for themselves. Mr. Pairfield also showed that sl- the greatsst irrigation croa had address, which cheered to the echo; 'It has been hinted several times that tha 3 men m Lethbnd-e are the prolncters of this irr Cation scheme. -I wa-at to make it-plain o everyone who the promoters are. In 1910; the'dry I took it on my- self to petition the government to ir- rigate the Iron Sprinss. coiuitrj- by from- the Belly River, but a great .-awakening, shall. Administratrix of his gas range, gas heater and blinds, on Some of the greatest 'strides ever, the 21st day of December, isij, a full 3rd Ave. A; a month. Apply W. made by the church have come after statement dulv verified of their tR Virtue 3rd S just such hours cf trial as ve e ,per enung nov u are here for a purpose claim" and of any sctMr ties held by Jiera and that aftx.r thit date the Ad irmistratris difatr butp the assets tie speaker m conclusion e DL the deceased among the parties a work to do a-icl are gong LO ent tied thereto hailng regard onlv do I bespeak ior thc ne% to the claims of which notice has been -r co-operation m this m which I know b s hnar is set Re- V C Brvan then tola 01 the steps which led to the call, and pre- lying, nuiii wic rvivtil, UUl j -rt Dominion government finally said I f "ted Mr- Dmoon.to tje Pres i "i, K t C j ,ttuu wurs uiraug -s bi-h as a ton Then led j rile Boald o[ that was too small a nropo 't on and not large enough for a government enterprise "I then wrote the department that if they'wanteo1 a larger scheme to so SO miles west of the Old .Man Hlyea crop gave tne precipitation figures for the area to be affected bv the irnga tion scheme with ths idea of shoeing -with nroper of tillage rainfall wds sufficient to produce ft grain crop without irrigation is stsnedTDr all the leading V-aEv erybody knows that iroip here to the Little Bpjr Is not enough f eed to Keep a goose- this winter and yet the the North Pole come down iiere and 10 to 4. Saturday or by appointment Miss R 3- CooK PIANO 1'UITtON UPIL8 FOU Kay 1 PIANO TUNING FOR mare; hugsy and to and drive; big bargain; no 'reasonable offer refused, 22 4 111 St S R roll top desk, 2 Morris chairs, T library ta-blV 2 beds. 2 dress- ors, -3' heating stoves extension dining table; 'sleo Dcherty piano fqr sale or flnish.) All OOI] pioces, ifter. a. p.m, at 621 llth St. South; 0 In closing thc m-etmg Mi 'Maraoch I.T future you mil be called upon y that anj en facs a in civic who insubordinate and it v, ill te e en pore Ser ous Kno could not the fact that ye hate cncountupd m the past and the commissiocrs al e t-omnnscioners and tnc mayor b> ijie rateiayeis to readi taien steps to sec n adrim ster affairs should be roomed house" gas especiallj adapted for. rooming house, close in two doors from car line, 6th St S Will rent.: reasonable. Heply to-Ed. McKenzic, Phone. R 109 or Box 165 City FOti ranges, SI a'6wii and II Apply'412 4th Avenue S; FOR SALE-'Mfalfa ?12 50 Buy direct growers-through their sales; Limited, alld'lOHi Box 1S6S. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player Piano and Otfnn repalre', yeira fictory experlenoe Hon oars Certliioate MT Assn Loiidon England.. Rei'EKnco tp: the leading musicians of the eity.' Phono 1168. I" h A South DUFF (Wra Ell Eard3 BASt Dominl6n Al ii-rca T nrtd B irrevor Donalf A. Duff mtnerclal blno irlnt !pg civil crsinterlne and lend Eur- rcylns. iSuite 205; Sborlock AUCTIOJJBER W L Proyrnclal and City licensed Auctioneer Bn'n ot all kinds conducted on ruasonable ter-ni Live farm salei Office at the Wilson Mil-nil To 18th St North Phone offlr-o at th f85 f BOARD A-NO ROO11 TOR For a good room a I -.-i .u m.v e areu oo cannot be hdped out bv his check >io action was tak but J can assure that this petition I the eaments b t thsse situa en b? tke con-mi'sipnen on tho sug ncdern conveniences tttam newer n untt etc 1 ing on the assumption that a hard! is drafted to tirte care or al! condi are muct h, artier to deal with subsoil underlying this area and if irrigation comes under wfm an agjtatipa stirred i iy act as an excluder of air u ir I this petition you 'win never regret W P1' timo People waat to tnor' tion vater were to lie h better I am ths fi ranee co-urns A Lasting Hentage cr or Ivhetll5r Beard rf frile Mr Tuff one of the residents pf Vs handling the monev bags The applit_ air and heat being aa essential as the moisture. It Mas uue to tms con oltlon that the Gleichen farmers bad succeeded in not onlv seunng Urger yields but better qualm of groin on Tell worked summer tal'ow land even in drv years tl an where Irrigation lad been anplied on the e hind of foil and witr the same preparation MinjE Quantit' iy fc L Wa5 asked He do to consene the moistu-e there an; tba ny proner methoas the tne district speaking from expert eiice said, injart mayor shed some on tie esti- mates madt at the beginning of the beat lv V bridge! MlSCLLLANtOUS WA.NfS TO Island .fruit land near ictoria fine climate suit able, for growing friiit, .vegetables s o ry armng an have tned hard to put into practice there would be a European these rrincinais to make dry farming tuc) might, have cut I have 'always been an advocate of Tcat and pom ie1 out further that ll I the principles of drv farming and had only fo'e-cen FEOM FRONT PAGE amcI1S T'1 ch arc rapture of Wis a success or a naying proposition, but, more r'% Per cent 01 the taxes i mcz Dakla and U os gentlemen, I have come'toithe con- this year wei-e required for UTILE FK U----- that this land to be worthy charges and school board expenditures i 21 only serious of the name of farm land should pro alone i hilq the dace orops. ,with; a rcasonafile amount M'ery, little control over the intelligent effort, and I believe'on fifty per cent although the year before eouid be made to 1 f ff ff -s- s GOOD FARM LAND property TVe trade erything1 Wlttichen Heal Batate Co., Calgai-y Alberto1' eod In eiohange for City Property Good producer. I so have a few well located city Q lots If interested tend the description of your land to G C. Pagnuelo. AUa. ff o British. Columbia im proVcd fruit farm 18 "ores sooi buildings, ftuit trees, lake frontage a but laadfnt Tratie for improved (luarter with stock preferred P O Box 1218 Calgary, Alberta t in a numbei of food to trade for rca estate. P 0 4ta? 431 Al herti; -j GOOD FARM LAND WANTED ______ In e change for a tract f I s uL.vi) j IjOSTu-Puri'-llhed 'Hove for left hand, UNDERTAKING T S Director and Embalmer asont for the Somerrille Marble Granita WorKs. of Calgarjr Offlco Court IIooss Pliont BO'. donJe'234 7th AW S Onnn Man; of th6 trenches are filled with 'ime Confirming statements of that cholera is raging in the garrison of Przemysl Vljlts Oil Well Chdc H Regur aoji of Ira E Si-gar, u ho Is drilling tho OTP Well east of Coiitts, went south this morning: visit -the scene of operations, ljual come In BOOd young cattle "with of Coaidal.o tons alfalfa hay for 237-7-0 Herald Ofilce. lountain pen owner may have same by calling at Teoplos Gro- cers Store PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P R 'Freight Sheds 1 Office j Office stablei PHONES 1143 46? 1664 Between 11 St and C P fi" depot via Car line Friday even ing NoV 13th tHck hand bag con taining gentleman's silver watch and a parse containing a sum of money. Finder please return to Herald 'jpfficfi-and, receive reward. _ __ t_ _ _ P One f nsilsh seller bTtch pup f hitu w th biacll spots I mdcr notify J. C. 1916 8th Ave.- North or Phono 53o and receive reward Will the party wlio got this dog from the Oovt Surnv Camp, River Bottom re turn same to trouble. o bay rnai'd two years old branded