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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xiu. MONDAY, OCTOBER11. 1920 NUMBER Irrigation Bonds. Not a Risk; Farmers Pay Back Money Investigation in an Irrigation State Like Idaho to Important Herald to Irrigate Greater Than Lethbridge Northern and Farm- Are Paying Back the About the Minidoka Project and Information Con- cerning It Which Will Be Helpful to Mexican Labor Saves Sugar Beet Meal Factory. (BYH.G.LONG) BURLEY, Idaho, Oct aiticle concludes tbe jseiies so fav as Idaho is concerned. The writer feels that, while much language has been used, the irrigation bchemes of this Slate affoided about everything in the way of financing that could be th ought out. The mf 01 m a- tion gathtred seems to lead to but one the only safe way of getting a pioject pioperly construct- ed is government to take hold, and do it. The faimeis will pay back the money, every cent of it, if they get the watei. Bat to tluow a few millions of irrigation bonds on niarkpt without the government backing would be merely to invite f ailuie at the veiy outset TIP TO BOOTLEGGERS; KISS THE LAWYER ..Oct. 11. So yleased was Jacob Singer that he was fined on Sat iirday with tbe option of three mouths In Ijfl, 'instead of the dreaded Ma- gistrate promised all the tbat be hissed 'bis counsel, R. H: Oreer, iu police court. Fight And Not For Peace jj i CHICAGO _Oet Wo-nan by nature 19 nof for peace and "Is tor a James Hamilton Lewis, Democratic candidate lor governor of Ulliio'Ii, declared Thursday- night In an address before the banqnet of tne'-HliioIs "Equa1, Suffrage asso- ciation. Mao U lor be aided, but natnre ia fo demand con- flic', it neceuary, to establish prin- ciples sie feels necessary to' lie government or home In the former senator continued "men Tote tor some one or tor something Women rote against aime one or something. A vornan Is more concerned in the defeat or overthrow of what she ob- jects to tlan as to who or wbat shalTbe juit In a place It Is cus- tomary to presume women will be for leads to peace Tie tact is that b> nature, for peace Man Is for peace? tut woman is. for a flghL" V Cleveland Wins 10 the' Mihidokha'Project Just the 1 win Falls Canal Co feiojeU of acres deseiibeJ In the labt "ttul" of Ibis seric- is con Eidered fie model tares Act project otMhi so the- Minldoku pro- Jeol with Burlei as centre, citizenship whlla living In.-PhllaiUl phla. Mrs. Warbufton was held to b a Briliali citizen vole. C'h'auncoy VoflJnl farmers 1 J Vernlot HOP J. P. Dyrne S IL Leger, J 0 Robi chaud, government P P and A. J. Bordagc, government. King's c S3 crnment; H V DickBOU G U Jones opposition. 4 acclamation, Mich- and and Daigle, governmen! Moncton C Vi. Robin son, government J Vamlerbeck farmers I 3 Martin C..T. Morrlssev, hbor Dr. J. T-J. Hethering; ton, G. H. King government A Stewart, Henry Diotte opposition St. John Foster, lion W. F. Roberls minister ot health, W. K. Sculls, R T Have3, govern _ St. John B. Baxter, lead- er of tbe opposition, Dr I, V Cufv en. .government W Meneau acd H B. Smith, government. W.' Warnock. P. (Continued on tf >t JUOQE McNEILL ff IS TRANSFERRED J Tho Calgary Herald that Judge Mctfelll been transferred to ff gary to fill tho vacancy 4 ei) by the death of: Jwige Jen ff Xo appointment io yet announced for Vaelebd 't ff 4 t VY, ;