Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
5 TUESDAY.' OCTOBER 12, M3THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Among Macleod District Farmers Our Own Correspondent) brothers, for he Bald, "You have every S. Middle- thing to low and nothing to gain .ton, wSo is of the Church you quarrel- with them. They Mission, and school at theihave taken good care of us, and now Blood HeBerve, speaks in want you all to be the White terras of'the lute "Weasel vho I Tho funeral was on the reserve a short time ago. largely attended by the Indians, and lie ohe-'who attended and lately, rectlred the frpm the hands pf Mr. Mlddleton. He ulso took aa'liiterest hi many things Pertaining to'the-church, and sent for bins was sick, to minuter to Ills iatt wants. 'He a worker, and oyntd many ottle and which he and children. The lllood. IndlanB have loet one ot their best ra'ea lit the death of Weasel Fat. lie told the 'fold .days of hunting, the and adrlNd bis young inen to" live at peace with the White OXOVGESERATES HEAT Concentrated: Fortify District Ships Close To An Oxo cube dissolved in cup of hot water 'Is -a splendid thing'to take before going out in the cold or f one feels the slightest ill 'effects. Besides its nourishing and invigorating pro- perties, Oxo acts an a fuel in the body, generating heat that the sys- tem requires. 1 Oxo in tins of ftnr and cubes have endless' possibrfr ities For soups, sauces, gravies, sayoiT dishes ahd tneat jelllea, they do all that meat could do, ajid do it fmickrr. arid" with troaWe. Use Oxo cubes with "Itfrmtn" gnd eddm-.-nta for new, dtlidout dishes. There is DOthlnf better than Oxo for building; sturdy boys and girla. are not experfccnt- uio 13 r. Oinl- mtat fw ad Skin Irrtte- i llous, It nlUtti at once and ircdu- 1 sSv neali lie skin Sample box lit. a Olatment Ine i! you centtoa tbw piper and send Jo. stamp tor pcjuje. We. bot, "IIdealers or Edmsnson, BMn Co, Limited Toicfito 4 _ to- EverythingAbout Cuticura Soap Suggejts Effidency White Tbreahlmt Is now: about two-thirds done, and rarmers arQ busy, hauling their grain fer atorase they con- sider too low .to'sell. Ele- vator men are The busy ones this week, and will continue- Id be for a time, or until the wheat la all mar keted. It in 1889, Uiat- irrigation ras tiret taken up'in the Macleod .district and on account' olpthe drouth It was felt tbat irritation the only way (o orercome the aaorUge In the bay and. crop. X company, was form- ed, and surveys trom point on the Old, Man's rlrer: near what Is now Brocket.. After "follow ing the river banks to Scot's they gradually came to the height ot land some two Or'three" ml les south and east of ISat point.. Reservoirs vere laid out immediately, aouth of Mac- leod, in .the hills from there It was Intended to distribute; the water to land lower area beloK miles -from west to.east, and wide. Plans were made'and ajcharter granted the company, but the records are not ob- tainable todayof this Btin'ey. This year 1920, the farrfiers: are alive to the situation, and'are ajain urging the Dominion" and.'provincial .govern- ments to aid them in.the financing of a similar The Macleod South Irritation Association has already shown the governments the import- ance ot this the EOT- crhments hare had, the 'surveyors on the ground for two seasons, with the result .that it has been ascertained that Instead ot .acres being 'capable.'pf irrigation over acres can .be brought trader tho system, and by. water.1 on the land will produce a crop every year. Even with halE ibis amount of-.land produc- ing grain each year. It will pay for the whole cost.in 20 years and leave a gcod .amount for tho owner's land. Tbe farmers, or owner: of the land that will be 'watered by this ditch are willing arid'have for the completion or this' scheme. All with the exception of a few In the area that has: lately been found to be capable "of Irrigation, are prepar- ed to-bond the project. Thus far -have -.farmers carried the work'along, andVthey: have now reached the point where is up to the governments to provide ways and means'ot financing'the irrigation.'.' When these men of the soil hare al- ready done they look to the authorities at Edmonton; and .Ot- tawa to come cash tp.complete the'joSiiy.bilyJng'or guar- anteeing thefr.'-botida are ready to cash them in. A big meet- ing will be held' in Waterton school, October 13th, 1920, when this will be discussed, with other 'subject5. provide a new treatment fot eou'cfcsv colds and lung troubles. They are little tablets made up from Fine extracts and medicinal pat Into the these, medicinal .ingredi- ents turn Into heallnc vapors, which ani breathed down direct to the lungs, tiroat broncbUl The Peps treatment is direct Swallowing cough mix- Into the stomach, to cure aliments sod disorders io throat and lungs, 1s indirect. Peps are revolutionising the treatment of colds and their price is within the Teach of all. ''All dealers, box. Send Ic. stamp for FREE TRIAL .PACKAGE, And Hauling is Not Half As Yet Much Moving at Nearby Points elevators. With Barnwell added, the total amount close to halt a million already received from the district aijiscent tq Taber. The ors' elevator Flacastle loaded or handled about- eighty thousand bush- els. Grain continues to come In quan- tity. Good Yields lake ofttie Woods Milling Company Has Good Year 1 ISSUED mmw The Annuij Statement Just Inned by tho Lake of the Woods Milling Co, Is distinctly'favorable from all That the Company was materially affected by. the Government's regu- lations In connection with flour milling Is shown by a decrease, in'the. profits derived by the Company In that fieH of operation. The limitations that'.-vero placed manula.cturers'caused many of the Ijest'-known brands to lose their .identity and to become; almost unrecognisable. This, of course, did away almost.entirely with competition, and the Company la to be con- gratulated upon its activities in other fields, the resnlta of which shown in tho item "Profits from Other Sources." This Hem shows on Increase over last year's figure whicll is almost snfScIont to take care of the decrease on the milling, and, now that Five Roses Flour and the other popular brands of the.Lake, 6( the.Woods Company are to be restored to their old time standard of excellence, steady Improvement may he looked for throughout the current year. The profits derived from milling are thown lii the statement as 5410.521, and the Profits from other sources as which amount has .been 3pporr rtloned In. the following manner: Interest on Company's Bonds, of on Prof'crred Shares, Dividend ol 32% on' the been written off on I'rope'rty and Oood Will Accounts and has carried io the Surplus Account, making total surplus ot Quiet Wedding at Wheat Market Disappoint- Alarm of Fire (From Our Own CorreBnonilent) CA51DSTON, 'Oct. ding occurred .at the office of Pres. B. J, Wood when he Joined In wed- lock one ot Cardston's leading young ladies, Miss Da Lores Wolsey and Mr. Ray. Hudson, of Magrath. Only Im mediate- friends of the young people were present. The next morning they left for Magrathj We're they spent a few days receiving the congratulations of the groom's many friends and rela- after proceeded, to Banff, for. a two' weeks' .honeymoon. After Nov. 1st they-will be at home! to'their friends i at Cardston, where! they-', expect to make their future home. Mr. Hudson, will be employed 1 at the L. J. Wolsey Grocery store The weather continues fine and tho threshing Is being rapidly attended to. If the weather continues this see it all finished. The farmers arc not. overly pleased thevdrop in wheat: One. firm here held for an advance and finally Bald at a loss of some Those who can are holding as they hope the pnca will stiffen-.as soon threshing opera- tions' are over, 'Mr.-O.- S.-Brown, who has been In the .shoe .business here since return- ing from his. late mission to New Zealand, is seliing'out his-estirs'stock and eipects to retire. It is whispered he may go south into Idaho. Mr. j. J. Galbratli, of Browning, Mont., was a1 visitor hi Cardston yes- terday attending to some buaine'sa matters. .1 Mr. and: Mrs. Preston a daughter. Mrs. A.-B. Cure and .children left Friday morning for England her parents! goafi ibaut a year. Mr. Quire, accompanied them ss far We Lethbrldge.' The baby that was born at the hos- pital last week the cause ot tho re- joicing at Grandpa N. W. Tanner's home. This is the first grandchild land hence tho smile he Is trying to I cultivate. While endeavoring to crank his car Mr. Ira Williams broke his arm-Just above the wrist. Dr. Pickup is attend- ing the'Injuries. What proved to: be a false alarm was sent into the flro department on Saturday morning. Mr. Benj. iJiyton was burning weeds in his garden when some neighbors became alarmed and called tho flro department. Mr. Lyle Holland wus first to respond to the call and-made a spectacular run with llic tire hose and several tire lighters, with the above results. jTherCardslpn'Military Band have winter's work..-and are prac- ticing every Saturday night at the court house. 'Several new members have been added, Mr. atlll In charge, whlch'Tiiearis success to all who are willing to avail themselves of the op- portunity. Mr.'Wliber OaJtley leaves for his home In Long Beach, Oal., vlii Salt Lake liis wife In conjpa.ny. with Mrs. A. H. Curo has Balled ;for England on tho Empress ol India, where she baa gcno to visit her sister, who'll sick. She will bring her put to America as soon as she Is able to travel. Master .Leo Slulz Is vislllug his uncle, Mr.'Lamb Coombs, Day- ton, He will remain and attend holidays. (From Our Own Correspondent) TABBIl, Oct. tlgures! obtained front tha recirtls of the local elevators] here, relative to the total amount yl grain handled up to date for the sea-' son of 1920, show that in the neigh- borhood of a. quarter of a million bush- els of, grain of -this year's crop has been handled at this point. Of this there Is about bushels of rye, the' almost all wheat. Two or three cars were loaded 011 the Can- ada Wedt spur, by private, parties, but otherwise all.grain this year has been loaded -.through 'the elevators. Con- sidering that there are two elevators at. Barnwell, and two at Tiucartie, both jiolnts only flve miles distant, thjs record Is not had. Careful esti- mates indicate that almost half of the wheat has yet to be hauled, and there is some threshing to be done yet, while there will bo quite a bit of in from the north of the river. Records from 'FincaaUe shoii hat one hundred thousand bushels iave been handled.tb.ere, the grain be- ing loaded" in .every casa through the (Froin Our Own Correspondent) TABER; Ocl.-tl. Threshing returns !rom ,lhe farm, of E. Bougbey, nliies sou I beast of here, show MINE WORKERS WILL- IMPORT DOCTORS START A DRUG STORE SYDNEY, N. Oct. who attend miners here a'ro asking.an Increaso of 100 cenl. In feest'. The United Mine Workers have dec.ISe.dJo Import outside men. and., Set. them up In business, also to open i. community drug store, rather than pay thu id-, creass. Hitherto the doctors hare been paid 25 cents per week par .ra.au under a cooperative- system and now ask 50 cents. McGARRY IS PRESIDENT ye'sterday.' The directors Include James, Wbalea, ihalrnian of the beard Port Arthur; A. II. Douglas and Law rente Klllam, Vancouver II: twenty! _ Thirty'--'" general -average; of seven butbels to the acre, four piece yielded over one thousand bushels of and the vest ot the crop averaged twenty- i three. On aodut- an acre near his house on the east of forty-three bushels were threshed. Re- turns'frdpi the farm of Win. Luehr. about 10 nyies southeast, show a.gen- eral averagi ol twenty-five bushels and a--sirip'of- two acres, sowed to Red Bobs for seed grain, gave a yield of. eighty-three bushels-In all, according to .the statements of local elevator who also "report that up to the middle of last week, over seventy thousand buebcls had been handled by.the Neidpath elevator. Threshing In'the district is about cleaned -moving to the west and well north of; the river. TORONTO, Oct. T. W, JtO- Garry, K. C., former provincial treas- urer of Ontario, was electei i resident of the Whaleh Pulp and Paper Mills, imlted, at a directors' meeting here KMIOIOS INDIGESTION not to cniah. QUICK RELIEF! MlOf Hf (COTT (OWN! MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION Lends Fragrance to the simplest meal is pure, wholesome and delicious., Send at port cud for Iree urnple, stating tic price ym stow acdlf you use BUck, Green or Mixed Tea. UNDER AUSPICES OF THE L. A. A. A, EXHIBITION BUILDING MONDAY EVE. NEXT, OCT. 18TH Dancing From 9 Till 1 Double Extra 5Qc INUUSTRIAL (fONJFERENCE LlktJLY EARLY IN 1921 Is unlikely that Canada's secoricJ Industrial cpn- the expenses of which an approbation :was voteil by parliament last .cession, will be hold before the. early of 1921. Pre- liminary plan; for Iho gathering nra now heirig considered, but with Hon. Oldeoli nobcrtson, minister ot labor, IlkelyMo.he abucnt from tho with tho .Tariff commission until tho end of November, it Will Jifl to'havs final 'arrangements mode.bo- fore Jnntinry, PORTUGUESE STRIKE ENDED J1ADRID, from Portugal declare that the railroad, strike.la.emlocl and serviced In gen- eral havo'bcen resumed nfter a few disturbances [B tho southern pror; Ineos, <-jrl6Ufl hRppenpci. WHEN anyone fails to get good, sound sleep every night some- thing ought to be done about It will not do much to call in the doctor unless.you are sleeping equip-1 ment is not at fault. Sleeplessness is often caused by the slight swaying or creak- mg of a poorly constructed wooden bqd, or ordi- nary metal bed, or a 'spring that lets you down into a hoi- low. Perhaps it is a lumpy or unsanitary mattress or pillow. Many an "inspmniac" has found sound, again by using Sleeping Equipment for sleep by Simmons The Simmons Metal is noiseless. 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