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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LgTHBRIDflE DAILY HERALD 1920 Farm Women fight Protection; Appear Before Tariff Inquiry Tell Cabinel Ministers Many Hardshins of Life. BRANDON, Oct. on ths farm home, attributed to the protective tariff, preventing the raising of largs families, are leading to poverty and are driving women off the farms, 'according to th; evl. dence of Manitoba farmers' wives and members of the farm women's organization, who appeared before .the- Tariff Com- here today. Farmers of .Manitoba are de; mandlng a-reduction''of the tariff rates on ;farm .-necessities, Brown, president of the United '-Farmers-of. ManKo'bs, .told the commission. President of At-the.opening of tho Abotll wo are" asking our women fo un- derso to mate on Ihe farms. j and tocsideriag thai the I Isjd movement If un essential factor 1 iu the upbuilding and slabillring of our nation, it behooves us to irec from tbo tariff tas al! Ubor-iivius j devices; all implements of production and all articles that cater iato tho composition of -i home, to lift the tariff burden from the necessities ct I food and'clothlng thit at present pen- I allies largo families aud plioes the poor man uud vronuu under au und-n. i handicap." was the concluding i mcnt of "a document read before tlio j i-on'.niission ,oy._. Miss Mabel Fiacb. j Eecrelary of the vromeu's section of the Cf.cadiin. Council of AxMulture. In furriishiog. an average home In f a. .the-itatement showed i tli'Bt tariff paynicnts Hmquattjd to .-J-' -V j. In briugias a child Into the wtirld a woman Is taxed J7.47 tor ccssities. Artiiles the 11 gallon across tht> border and for 55 cents this stdo of It. He tuiked for more direct lasation bui illd favor a land tax. Mrs. LONG AS! LI" merson Aiir.c-t A Different Woman Since Taking L. Brown, precidcut-of the 'Unitetl aro tajcil froiii. 27 per cent. Fanners of Manitoba, asked a'mater-' to-35' per cent'; siaplo articles ot ill'reduction iu the customs duties.! food are faXed from 7Vi cents oa a In asking that certain burdens lio "poutd 30 per ceut. -on taken off Iho back of tho Manitoba spicM, sanitary articles also heins 'faruwrK, he reiterated tho expressions' fixed. These figures TVC.TO furnished loyalty on behalf of the Man'tobal to shoWr-tho statement held, that farmers and. outlined the fight waseajcvery article needed'for home years by. them against protection. taxed, The farmers of Manitoba, Hours of Labor Hard constitutional; Ijelle'tfe were appended from farm- Owner of Land Sues Lessee Who Let Some Livestock Die lu tlK- District Court, ou Wednesday raornicK. Judge Jackson -.raa employed iu hearing :lbe-suit of.-Kalme vs. 01- sen, two farmers-'pf llai'ECn T. Kahne was suing i. L. Olsen for damages to the amount of JSW. The plaintiff, in his claim, Elates that by-.'an Indenture .November 5, 131S, he leyVed lo defead- "aul the uorih half of section 25 towii- "sbip 1. rnuso 24, W. "of the 4 th Meri- dian.- for. a one yearMroiu November 1. In this lease he states he left certain hdrits, cuttle, youiig stVcli. other goiids ond jChatlcls'on 'said arm al tlio .time: tiT (such lease. -He 'urther claims thai he left seven head of cattle and furnished feed for them. ihd'lhjit Ihe lesstfa "agreed :o tueni aud care" for them. aiul to are -determined thnt methods bo used (ai di- farm eiliods ho to hriog about the ITS' wives showing tho hard com .riff-re-form, which he hejci; is thL-MIon which prevails iu tho fai only method by which Ihe ngricultur-J homes irientioned. allotcreEts of may h'il Hoitrs Tot labor for bolh men and .best developed. women.on ihe farm average [roni 5.30 Tarjtf protectiou, ha said, has not! aJU.'to ST.SO'' p.n'. Tha statement populated cities, but has. tariff July he removed populated tho. farms. being .THo causo ho purchased for the UKC- of 4iot from the standpoint-nE war years, J' The women's section blamed the from the experience of years .pre-i tariff for-tho-pov.erty which baa fol- {vious, ._ i lowed.'the; of returned "K the conditions land.'f.Thirty cases he declared "thc'onlv wene moalioned. In answer to qnea- 'on the fp.rm ivill .he those, JIIss Piiich admitted that sha :conten't IQ raiuaiu .of hail taken Mr.'eranfcd that the aiaau- .the European. peasant." faclurer's a'dttlie tariff to the cost '.o! Burdens 'on Women "The imwillingmess of settlers to products Leads to Mtrgers .'the farms U-largely'trace-i" Roderick MacKcnzie said .able to tho "burden laid on the! tion has led'to many mergers, which ihpuldera of tho farai wpulcu." Mr.] in their'turn have increased prices iJSroivn declared. I Textile indu5iries 'hs' me'iilioued as tho 'ones which the farmer believed ...J he Ueprivcjl "ot protection. The system of taxatloti has made it prolec- {hrougU the removal of coin petition. Tie this-protection is the 'aim of 'the manufacturers, -who aro unwilling lo again liave tion.-ho fail bJe.'. tor.imanufaclnrere' the, effect-'of protec- he added. i 'tion', 'conditions previous lo the war "JPfosperoits "limes "for the farmer j should he -taken into- consideration, eiisled.'Jtr. Broii-n said'in answer to he'Keld. 1911, he 'said, per during period of frc: eXciange of gboiis between '--snd the. United States .-following- lha civil -Var.., He resenteii the fanners being termed-as-Bolshbvisls au'd-.todi- ..ti'pnisfs. "No body of men is'more .sincerely devoted to ihe cause ot re- A iWofti'an. Appears I j.- 'H. M! .Oakyille, Man., United Farm' Women 'iiiJJfanltoba; in a statement read, out- 'the privations suffered by the faria In it 'sun'By nrnde re- it-iifiy. she said, that tlie IS .farm homes visited on- necessi- ties.' without luxuries in any shape or torm She asked that the tariff duty i Lft removed to emblo the farmers to Supply comforts in their homes. She gonclnded .by referring to tho tariff as: unsound and mor- llly indefensible cent, of thojc engaged in profitahle occupations '.rerc .cagngcd. in manu- facturinfi) -he claimed, the whole population.', .had bear in- creased cost of livlns'to protect Shis Mr. MncKenzie tics to show that protection had rso elftjci on small industries, ._ e benefit of the larger, -who !u I the, period between 1310 and 1915, decrQased.-prodttctlon J22.5'per cent In face of euch appalling condt- aud. in view of Ibo hardships "1 will praise Tatilac as Ions 1 live for what it has doiio for my said Kenrv K. laicriwi. 302 F'ourteemb Kt, Calsary. re- cently. "For three years my wlfo sttKcred terribly froui Judi jestlon. After every meal Uor foot! >sould sour, she had a bad taste in her tuouih suffered drcadfuiiy from tho form-Atiun Krequeutly she had such pains jii tho regiou of her heart she could hardly breathe, and i.t.ebe tool; a long breath tho pain was almost imbearable. !3he could gel but little sleep and mam a nicht lay. swake nearly all night She did not hive, q particle, r.f color her lire, ivasfin a badly run-down Kindt lion and'had lost considerable weight. "She. had-tried many treatments and nothing seemed to do her good until shs started Using 'I bought her i bottle, as-I bed beard so much about tho good it dobig 1 must Bay that after rorfgbt back from an-inter-prbvincial conference: ot officials at Winnipeg ij A Crtlg deputy minister of agriculture Mr Craig staled that tbo officials if conference the be- lief thai thero wouH bo a more sor IOUE outbreak of (lie pest ueit sum raer us all reports shoved lha enormous--numbers of eggs therInfested vear PJans for compulsory-combatting of were, considered, and theso plans will likely he the basis of losls latiph. The intention also" Is to pur- "Under .Cr.lmson Elmo Lin coin's Universal photo'drama, is rich In'the traditions of the SoutH Seas Not serial. At the Colonial Friday snd Saturday this chase the'arsenic, parls Green, aud molasses la large'quantities so that "aruiers uiay readily secure tha poison it the proper time. Joint purchases' ot the Ingredients will likely be made by the governments. Tlis officials at the conference also discussed the weed problem which Is jecotulrig au.important one In West- era Canada thrae prairie prov- Bees inroads by Canadian md nuBsija thistle, tumbling mustard aud stinkweeo1, and plans are being for an. energetic campaign among the farmer., tho winter [o wake-thenVtfp-to the seriousness of MOtHERl Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative the menace. I CHILDREN'S SHELTER REPORT FOR SEPT. The-report of the laatrou of the Cliildreu's ,'ShelUr lor the month o( Septeniher is as follows During th'o month of September hadj. Children Jn the .Shelter, 2 aJid i diEchargcdi Their health has been Bood, none .needing medical attention The) were taken to the sports on day which thej aud.-theJr conduct has been good Sincere thanks Is iilereil tlie pastijr and con'giegAtlo'n of knox Presbytcr- for their donation'of hread.; friiit and vegetables also 4th- Avenue lije gift of. clothli a vliahyrbgskM Is grcath AVm. Groves, inore lhau 100 years of age died ut Henfrm j Accept Syrup ot Piss tor the name Cullforula oa the packugo, are sure your child Is having the best and most harmless physio for tho little slpmac.l, liver and, bowels. CiUdr.en fruity taste. Full directions .on each Bottle. You must say, Advertisement. "California." Brawn, brain, love and battle flay in "Under Crlimon Elmo pnotodrama Not a serial At Colon- ial Friday ami-Saturday this week. NflT Irrigation DUtricU Act, 1920. The Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District BY-LAW NO. 2. A by-law to provide for the raising of a Loan of upon the credit of the District and die Issue of Debentures therefor. that any of the horses'.had tie.) or bad I Chicken Not So depreciated in valu6.and iilso -Ivj ment as to the hlacXa'mith's tools and j farm J W. S.'Ball-appears, for tlie'plain-, tiff, and- for II. Ostluud, for the defence. 'The cnac.lB proceed- ing- SUGAR PLANT MAY BE IDLE ST. JOHN N U Oct MlllVcnt ployees have nt the Atlantic' Sugar. Henneries aud it' was Etatctlhere yesterday; that- the plan may a.montu. 'se Shopling Should Be Good Did you hear the 'honkers' the Board of Trustee- of the ethb'-idge Northern Irrigation D'strict haio submitted to the Irriga tion1 Council an estimate of the amount required for tho purposes (a) To defray the ei- -penses in connection tho formation ot the District and of ob- taining the authoriza- tion construct the pro- annual' instalments lexiended over the] last twenty-three yeiivs 'thereof dl such amount respectively" that the aggregate amouut. payable for prin- cipal ami interest in any 'year during such period 'of. years shall he equal as nearly as. 'conveu- iently may be. to the. amount' so pay- able for principal and interest in'each of the other years as shown in Bched- lulo hereto attached AND WHEREAS :lt will be neces sary lo raise annually during tie said amounts sel out In Schedule here o attached for interest inil pnncipal shall he raised by a specla' rale iherefor, over and above: ill-other ra.teb upon all owners an'a occnpauts qt land witajn lie Dis rlct, in of each acre ot land or such, owner or to shown bj ze that on Friday off, ami prairie held..showed that protccllon i ALLOWED FOR TIMF I k-.T JAULUWtU FOK TIME LOST had failed" .purpose. Ungdale gave evi- dence of a personal nature with re- gard to the tariff. It developed that Sir. Langdale began forming 29 years ago -.with a capital ot ?7000 and has retired vith 130.000: He said that, the tariff protection lowered profits from farming wh'icu legitimately be- longed lo the farmer. G. H.. Oakvllle, asked. that tho difference between Uuiled States- prices and, Canadian prices on lino and kerosene be investigated He claimed thai. It sold for. 83 cent: j THROUGH MOSQUITO BITES mliT claim lias been-allowed bv the Cmc Claims, Committee. A night watchman, .who was employed on said that he''was so badly .bitten by mos- quitoes while on that he was PolEoucd and was unabls committee allowed "his'wages 'for the time oif. over last uielil? And do you roali; Ihe blue laws aro chicken are lawful game for two weeks, until Nov. 17. .This is great news to tho' sharp shots who .like a run-in with-real game birds, anil Ihe last fortnight the month promises to see many local sports far afield Tho first breath ot snmv of the sea- son has resulted In tho'hig 'as driven from tlie they ara flocking hilo ilia big' lakes in going posed works of thirty years, 'the several David Lobln, aged u. Saruia. was billed by falling from u wagon. i I HabitisaGrea and lots of folks worry along with in flavor and quality from day to day, just because they've neverutried V 'V Tiie of ihousandt of former coffee drinkers ;now use Postum iri its stead is a gotid indica- tion'of wh-it youll dp "some day if coffee'discontent is sufficiently in you. mood strikes today why not order a package of PoSTUM CEREAL? Postum instead of c of fee shows (many a. man f r There's a Reason for POSTUM Canadian Postum Cereal Southern orla. They will remain hern for several weeks, too, if. the weather does not turn too cold, lor there are thousands .of'grain fields for feeding grounds. Last year the geese dhln't atay long owing to. the early winter tun] fhe Email amount of grain. But the goose stalkers will be able to make up frjr It-this year.', I'rairie ard not sa plenti- ful as usual to therscvore win- ter of hot. to make gooil-siliooting. Tfin'biruB amounts set .Schedule "A' and operate the pro- jherc-to to repay the said -principal .posed, works'......... sum ot aud the interest (c) ABnually to maintain v- V nmi IVin nT-.-t_' (d) To lie raised under any contract entered into uhder'the provis- ions of this Act, -in- stead of or in addition ...Vto making an tion for1 an authoriza- tion "under The Irrjga- 1 tioB Act To defray interest charges upon deben- tures proposed to be issued under the au- thority of the.'Act and to opcr- afo the proposed work's or any part of them .'until the end-of one year after their or its completion. Estimated time required for con- struction, 24 monlhs. AND WHEREAS the Irrigation Council .approved of the said estt- m'ates and directed the llpard of iTrus- lees of the Lethbridge Northern Irri- Batioh .District to prepare! a by-law authorizing tha raising 'of a loan of upon the- credit of the District, to .covtr the amounls set out j in paragraphs (h) and (o) above mentioned, and this by-law is pissed pursuant to such direction. AND WHEREAS the total acreage to be irrigated in the said Lethbridge thereon, AND WHEREAS the estiiil.ii nual cost ot the maintenance, and oporaticn of the, D.istriet and thi Irrigation Work's to be constructed lie uesessnierit roll "for the be ncluded in the by Ote Board of Trustees tho said District, to the provis ens the Staluie in that behaV PASSED tills Tuesday, Bth day of October 1S20 therein NOW TIIBItBTORB "tlie" Board' Northern Irrigation SC5 acrsa, District is .AND WHEREAS It is necessary to borrow the said eum.ot oii tho credit of the District and'to ssue debentures therefor, .bearing ,J-t'-', [IDOUU UIV. It.fc ed that he. French, lord lieu- at tits ralo of seven per cent tenant, fur. Ireland .anil: Sir Frederick pM, annum, which is the amount of Neville Mitc Neville MitcCrendy, commander of fhe mililary forces in Ireland, were 'ti this by-law, lo Do created by complete accord and did 'not 'content- i AND WHHRBAS ills expedient to Plato resigning. Hc-dcclarcil Ihet the government woult! continue with Ihe home rule hi.ll which It had prepared and would idnfarge il In the most generous man- in cr, especially In the dirfiolion'of flii- lanetrs; theroby niakhig a complete and j final settlement n! the Irish problem. make the principal of the said ileben- (uro3 repayable within thirty years from tho day of the thereof by Trustees of the Lethbrid'go Northern Irrigation District.'enacts as foliows 1. for" th-3 purposes aforesaid there shall be borrowed on tlie-crpdit of the Lethbridge District the sum .of and !debentures issued therefor in pf not less than JlOu.OO each' bearing Interest, at tho rate of jseven per annum "payable jsemi-annually .and having coupons, at tached thereto for the payment'of "Iho interest'- 2. That-the debentures shall' be doted on the day of Ihe issue thereof and HOnll be payable within thirty years from said annual pay- ments of Interest during' -the first seven years anil-of Interest and prin- cipal during.- .tho; -last tweiity-threo years, and tlie respective amounts ot Interest and principal payahle'ln each year during .tlie said period ot thirty years shall ho as' set put in Schedule "A" hereto attached, which is hereh> declared lo be and-form part of Ihib by-law. 3. The debentures as to both prin cipal 'and be payablo in any placn or places in Canada or in the United States of America and if desircil may he payable in gold. The debentnros and coupons shall be the trustee! of the District and the signature fl the said Trustees on Ihe coupons may he stampc'd, lithographeci; or engraved.' The' said debenturesi-shal 'oe scaled with llio cprp'orato seal pi the'Dislricti 'j'. fi. During thirty. .diir rcticy of tin the corporate seal o' Board of Trustees; of the Leth- arldge Northern Irrigation' District. W, CROFTS Chairman. H DUNNING SeerUary Attached' to 'A1 and forming Dart By-law No. Z.'of of-Trustees of tho Lo hbndgc Northern Jmgation District -1 Tear Interest' S. 9 10 11 12 345.592.4i O'.OQ. S70.92S.45 G5 [Total; amount to be raised Prmcifpal 378000.0'J IS.OOO.Ot) 22.S5 479.05S.9S 23 24 479.055.98 Favor Provincial Control Of Liquor NOTICE is hereby given that under the, of.the Irrigation Districts Act, 1920, the undersigned has been appointed Returning Officer by the Board, of Tratees i for the purpose of taking a vote on the above recited I WIXSIl'liG. Canadian its final session this-morn- Jus' the syntiil ot the ecclesiastical province of llupertshml formally plac- ed itscif-oii idcoril an tirging church people and Christian people generally, to Eland for that Increased measure of provincial control as regards the llriuor niUiattnn. the chief issue In con- nection with tho coming referendum. While views to tlio contrary were freB- ly exprosseil, the vole showed a largo msjofily of tho delegates in fovor of larger conlroi. Anolhcr rctoliiltoti passed advocat- nil Ihe application of U.e principles of Oli'rlsilanty to juiluatry. ami declared that private gain must ho suHoMlnst- ctl to the public The motion al- so urged that workers should hare an' adcnualc share In the control of tho conditions under which they worked. A Bmall hoy al Mountain Lake! who liked lo watch, the vivid electric sparks every timd he throw s wire over Iho "live" of tha power company, threw, ing towns Into ilarkn'ess' '3ml "citified 104 company a lost. POLU.VO, DIVISION'-N'O. 1 com- prising all IhaL portion of tiio follow- ing townships or of townships lying within the hothbridgo iVorlhern Irrigation District: Township 10, Rnnge 19, West ct the Meridian. Township 11, Rnngo 19, Wt-st of Iho 4ih Mcrldiin. Township 12, Hnugo 19, West of this Meridian. Towii.shSp 10, RatiEO 20, West o( tho Mercian. Township II, nr.'.isv 20, West ol the 4lli Meridian. Township 12, Hango 20, West of the Meridian. rolling place, IRON SPRINGS TOST OVflKK. lleturning OKicer, K B. SPKNCBU. .I'OU.INO DIVISION NO. 2 com- prlslns all that poitlon of the follow- ing townships or parts ol townships US within Ihe f.ethbrideo Norlhorn Irrigation District: Township 11, Ttanjd Ihe Meridian. "Towhalilp 12, Range 21, WeDl of tho 41 h Meridian. Township 13, Kango 21, West of Iho Meridian, Township 11, Hftngfr 22, West of Ilia Polling place D. OKCUTT'K HK- SIDBXCB, R.W. Kaa. 27-11-21. Dcpnly Returning OlUcftr, J. II. BUL5IKH. POLLING THVISSOK com- prising all lhat porlloii'ot-lht) follow- ing luwnshlpa or parts of townships lying within liic Northern n .MONABOH. Meriilla'n.' Township, idy west 'of the Ilh Polling; placcf-. tlALL In HcliiVnirig Officer, 1LVHHY J6IINSTON. POLLING-'r DIVISION com'i prising all (hrit portion o( (hcffollow; Ing townships of towrishipf lying within the Lctlibridgc Northern Irrlnalion District: Township S, Range 21, West' of tho 4th Mcriili.-.n. Townalilp 22, West" of the Meridian. Township 9, Mange 22, West of the 4lh Polling riaci. FOOL'nALl7, COAIx HURST. Depnly Uetnrnliig Officer, II. II T'OM-INO NO. a, c.nm lirlslng nil that portion of the Ing townships or parts-' of'Wwiishipi lyin? within the Lcthbrlclgo Northern Irrigation' District: ,.i Townslilp 9, HAiiso of Ihe 4lh Merldlnn. Township 2S, Weal ftf -Ilh Merldlnn.- i 10. Weil of iiio 4th Meridian. Polllnk; Placo.iTUBLIC HALL at 'DIVISION NO, 0, com .n 1.1 lhat portion, of, the follow i'ng township's oiy Paris' of townships lying within Iho JCorlhdrii 'r _ township ,.0, Range TSjj-.West ot tho Mcrittlan. 10, tiabgo of tha Meridhiii. '-Township 9, Hangs 26, West ol IK -flit -Meridian. Polling Place. -HESIDBNCB o il iron MciNTOSir, N. B. sec. zc-s- 26, Dppnly Returning Officer, HUGH JIclNTOSH. .NOW, TIIHHBFOtlEl. Ui'o olccftrs wllhltr the said 'Irrigation District. nnd rgnallflnil