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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DATLY HERAIJ5 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920 tLbc JUtbbrifcge Devatt> Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY THE LETHBRIDGE 'HERAUD FRINTING COMPANY LIMITED tth Strtrt W. A. BUCHANAN t and jiaaaEizi Director John Totrance Ksinbat Audit Baraaa ot Clrontatlcu- .Subscription Rates' cell? Bred, pet by mail, per year Dally, by mall, for G months by mall, J mouths by mill, per JS f.OO iW 1.60 by per to CA. WHERE THE PUBLIC CAN BE OF SERVICE The en Ice ot those who are known employees in our public offices is 'distinctly public service. 'In; the measure this efficiently In that measure the rpiiblib the foil, benefit: bt the public cui in making': that service "jnore efficient the pnbllo 'should help, in that it derives Ihe ul ttmtte from servioe so tendered. slderluK the matter of railway rates I It should uot be necessary to consider the special needs ot the national rail- ways, iu this respect the Govern- ment, through the Cabinet Couucll, has at least made an exposition of the principle is to be applied In the way orniesUng the deficits in tlie coYenurient.railway lines. The appeal before the Cabinet Council has .been 'well -and .ably pre- sented, and tt-jB results so .far ed. should bfl encoi'rajins to tioso who have the matter IQ hand to press It to the hilt, particularly la relation to the obvious discrimination to tbe West In the schedule o( rales arrived at. Thin aeuect of the case is purely a western one, IP which tho West is primarily interssteij. In this it is well to see the co-ope ration that lias been given by western Boards of .Trade and other association. The volume of Ihll unity of sentiment should not fail to havo Its effect. Do You Know? IN PRICES it: becoma; to be 'gonorally TODAY'S; QUMTIpNS I.1 Is an' 2. Whea did Nuva Scotia change its name-from Acadia? cialled Acadia? 4. What is' jiDsrmeclde's KcasL 5. Who wore'the 0. What Is tlie "Equation of TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is the "story of the origin of tbe name of Athens? What was the Zollverei.u? how came the American Indians io be calic-d Indians! 4. What Is mohair! 5. What Is the style of St. Patrick's cross? 6. What was the Bytauilne Empire! ANSWERS 1. AVhan the goddess of. Wisdom disputed with the Sea-god which of them should. give to Athens. the gods decided that It should be called by the name ot that deity >hich recbgnliecl that "there must be a fall! bestowed on man the most useful boon. Athene (the goddess of Wis- In prices. sooner. This opinion is derived from economic con- created the. blive-treo, but Nep- tune created the horse. The vote was dftions of the day. It has been stated) given in favor ot the olive-tree, aud that this fall In prices must be lnevit-1 the city called Athens. able in that Ihe world's credit lion is now fully intended. Prices In! pusi- 3. A commercial union of tho Cer- man states for the purpose of cstab- j lishlhg a uniform rate of duties.'- It fact have outstripped buying power.-, began in 1S19. In the keeping up of credit ihe re- 3. Through a blunder ot geography As-will have been: in an- t Mnounceraent in our Itf'future fatfera for local delivery addressed in- 't sufficiently, that !s without street and street number or box denoting.the to which the letter Is to be delivered, will be returned to the cender. This is action which has been -forced-on the Post-'Office-through-the .carelessness, in some cases it be tie laziness, of 'writers to give ia foil the address of those written to. In the course taken by the local Office there can bo no blame attach- in tie aim behind It to render efficient service. However well known the person or ;lrm to which letter is addreaced, it should not be expected that the sorters In. .came intimate knowledge; writer or shares.the knowledge which knows. it they are comparatively new to tie .locality, are up against it: as to'whereVthe let- ters are can- cot be expected that thoy should waste time, in consulting the local directory. Tivls will" be asking and expecting too-much, it must be re- in''the no less than., three addresses and that in the building there; are over one: thon'siSfl .sources of banks have become strained atid their'-lecdlng powers have, pretty well reached exhaustion. This means Iha'Uqnldating-'of supplies held In the warehouses by their being forced Into the market. The fluctuating value of European currencies 'la 'also an agent which, will help in the bringing down of the prices of commodities, in that their falling values cripple their purchasing power. However all look forward to a fall in prices and will hail the day on which -It-comes about, this can nover be "attained to the satisfaction -of everyone until the era arrives when wages and salaries. will be measured, !on Ihe part of the early 'of the New'World who not as at. present in their relation to PRIZE'SEED GROWER GETS BUS. AVERAGE (BY F. .work Nick Taltenger of In helping to put Alberta on the'map as a record-srnashtni} grain-growing'coiirttYy is well known. No seed fair of any consoquencs cbmpiete without shoWlnij of Nick Txltehger's wheat. J'Vf.hls'yw. he haS very coeci success'with Kb rtgliterad Marquis and 'His sectipn avgraged bushels, acre through, and the seed houses of Canada and the States are after ail of It. the man oa my loll put my juu Inlo Akroll's fii-e and shouted hands up. We are poljce.ot- and .wi? went you Usher tooji the man on. my right and he was Bassoff.1' At this point Frewin definitely identified the prlsoiter as iiassoff. "AkrctI starled to fumbje and I Ithluk'ha'sflid 'What U the jWhal is the mattert' I said put up ;your hands or I, will bore a hole i through'-you. Akroff furoblrng his hands and I saw -muzzle ot a revolver I thought was either a luger or a rnauzer. I saw this man was des- perate, and I Qrcd at Akroff.. him j because fell back Inlo !hn corner, adveat of the farmer, had of the affairs of tbe district, but usder j "I then drew back and fired several The, farmers were very auiious. Prev-1 strict supervision of the State Irrlga- iinorf. shots into h'lm. He guarded hini- lously Ihe chance of the owner ot a [lion which looks .after, self with both his bands. I think owned by the federal sovernnwnt. The brands ot farmers' irrigation districts were not Baleable. So the farmers actually owning the land welcomed the chance of Joining wllh their neigh- bors form irrigation districts lo Is- sue bonds, and tare the state aid ia umSe'rUkjng the! financing. The peo- ple In the towns and cities had suf- fered, with the .farmers too, in thosa dry years, and they wore backing us. "So w.aen we had a bill drawn up providing for aid for.Irri- strict state supervision, wa found no difficulty in securing the required, number ot.sisaatUMs.''; Our Initiative and: referendum act re- quires that we get eight par cent, of tho v'dters, who.voted at the lagt ele'cr 20 per cent, o! the counties of Lh.o state.. That was signatures In 21 counties. Wo got over 20.000. signatures from every county of the and hare had thous-J That shows the Interest pointing Just ahoai! ot me had an empty.revolver I hacked up' to let him'In-and shoulod and I came back to the front door of the my 35 police revolver. "I never saw Corporal Usher drop governor, stale treasurer aud fitloruey- Keuoril, which supervisee tb.8 fluaiicial problems. .Wtetiover a district is formed, on surveys which are undertaken by the state, the cost of which' surveys Is the district and becomes a part of the capital district, the boDd add a contract for, tuo; completion of file no sooner'.fell than Bailey, came the., work i Exainlnets.wlll step In ar.d'being shot down daie'd nio'and 1 did sell .'bonds' of the development fiind Inot seem to bo.able to think. That :with which .to secure .money to take j Is all I remember until some one came up the bonds of the district to me and loldinb the other vldb monoy for construction.; The'man was. running away." PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THEBUSY MAN lal of the down' onto (he door step ot. the cafe, home of Mr. iG'-ls j must be Issued with blood "rushing out of, his head, jj Brown. The Jacob Kaufman, of Kitch- ener, left an estate valued at The Duke of MartboroBCh is to con- test the Duchess' suit for divorce. L. K. Cameron, former Kim's Printer for Ontario, died in Caliloruia. Assessor's figures place population at about Alston Cashing, former known New Brunswick lumberman, died at Boston. Justice 'Hutchinson. ol the Superior Court, Sherbrooke, (Joe, is retiring on account of 111 health.. Tin at Wardner eompMelr dwtroy- -.....and Charles contractor jrushias; .over his body and fell on the swardedC before the Slatev sldewalli. The Bite .of my comrades westward from Europe .to 'find' India, (in (bo that is why 1 and believed they had anno so when )t wm carry-by 20000 maj they discovered Cat's Island, off the November 2nd." south coast of America. 4. The hair ot the Angora goat, in-, troduced Into Spain by tho Moors and thenco brought Into Germauy. 5. Tho same as St. Andrew's, only different In color, viz red on a white ground. 6. The Eastern or Greek Empire, lasted from 335 (Continued frotii'Front Page) to the -federal officials to be about i of an undertaking. Other might get nasty about it if lion- tiie "standard of "measuring wages' and ton goverhmanl to un overtake ijority on No Politics In It As mentioned above, tho executivo ot 'the Montana Irrigation Congress saw to it that (here .was no politics allowed to'gbt'mixod up with the .bill. Before the primaries for tho Norem- benelections, every candidate for gov- ernor was written as to Ms altitude on the bill, with-.the result that B. K. Wueelerrthe Democrailc-Non Par- lizan candidate, aud Senator Oixon, tbe Republican candidate were com- mitted to tho bill before nomination. Seven !other -unsuccessful candidates were also committed. Botn .Wheeler and Dtxbn have since their noiriiha- tlpii_. reiterated their support of tho twenty'million Irrigation measure. "The fanners are for it, the bank- ers ate for it, the businessmen who want to stabilize Montana business e are" sure rman Sen- salaries, to thb present 'scheme cf acres ,of i land In the state uader-Jrrigatlcm. Bot rend of prices continues, the wel- Sepator Kenyon, a foxy lowan, told the come day when prices are reduced' to (boys from Montana when' they' w'eit normal will be the longer delayed, to Washington: "There Isn't a state Prices "will not come down to the askhlS Irrigation which .hasn't from standard to which, they'should until return for labor is measured byfdo some .irrigating for the capacity ot labor At present wei are measuring labor under a fictitious and every'carrier 8houldicarry.the.se addresser and numbers their' Leads Si futile. Cay firms, ire understand, are the wont offendera in the matter of loosedy. Addressed mail. The particu- lar uiembera of the staffs who have to address letters, etc., sent out are too the short cut ly simply placing nnder the name, with cut triiblins to write the full address It is'mr easier for these Individuals to get .tie apeolflo addresses of those to wham the missives are sent than to expect the sorters in the Posl Office to'.find-.them. Business letters Jn their-importance in reaching the addressee should, be so addressed tha there be no mistake in their reaching! their destination. This is a business principle. In another way this applies to private Individuals, in the desire that their communications should reach whom they are sent as speedily as .possible. 'In its own'interest the public should cultivate the habit of addressing let- ters with fall-directions, iso that there can be no mistake In: their a_re for, it; list's why w it; carry Chati ______ committee of of the live wires behind the'measure. "Following recently- land ifalhires, we felt that the'.-psychologicaFjime had come to undertake ..a Jplan'AWhlch would get irrigating for your. Sure of what we're going to There Is the slogan among. ofj We've 'sot 'tho >ElIng'forus Carry whopping majority -In '.spite' of i state then has complete control dur- ing the construction of the district. Bands of any district may provide for all the preliminary, jsurvey. ei- penses.'ahd also for an additional sum' sufficient to, pay the Interest (or the first, five years. The-Montana Irriga- Mr. Mathesoti questioned him about another Mounlle being in town. Con- adniltlcil this but Infer- red that they "did not, have -.enough time to go aud loolt !tor Defence Counsel while cross-examining' tion Development Fund bonda are six'cross-examination of :ConstablB Frew- per cent. 35 year bonds, the Interest 'pointed put liiat the witness, had qaiy 'being paid for (ho first leu itesllfied -.that -BV.lcy from the years, and .the Interest'.and principal -with: blooil from-, his in..equal paj-monls for tho Inst 25ihead.; The .-witness'did not give this vlded In the bond.total, jays'interesti he was daued after'leaving the-roa- oisly for the neit five years, and then j .Other witnesses swear on'the llth year pay backjUaltey vras s'hof apcr leaving tho res- both principal arid interest spread jtaurant. .WhetKer this will have any over the next 25 years.. .This gives jbearing "with the fcourl remain's to be the. chance '.111 the world to gel thpi.lv land producing the fullundor irrigation before begin- ning, to meet the cost. may bo pro- fietetl'- in -undertaking, t-r Lawyer Couldn't Shake Him Joseph If. -Robertson, who proved so drritiiatlc-in Iho manner in which ho delivered'hls evidence at the _. so that hitninary hearing, far" surpassed his Ih'e bthdVlhterelit1 may" be met, it is 'efforts on'thnt occasion today and'kept empowered, if the state legislature the and often finds it necessary at any time, to them to break out In laughter. ,a state tax riot exceeding. one I f me Mr. lioberUon was 'firm in glv- imill on all laxahle'property within the j ing his evidence and.the defence law- state: for .the.: purpose; of .providing ajyer was unable .to .shake, him but the ainking fand. is the only point j gestures, the waving.of his the on which any opposition: to j lifting of his eye brows, all add laiighs farmers' .Unguar- labor leaders "6t "production for i This'may be said to be'of virtue i is Interpreted to be that the production the fact that, on the same day'.tho'vot- is of use In the value of the labor turn-.' ers are- Jisins-asked .to. bond themsel- ed out In the decllnln" rower of use power purchase in feorld, with the ex- ve3 for good roads in for extending ur colleges and helping e.ducation. if. That looks ijirojpiltipn' for i .labor In- the ppoploitb -with icrlgatlqn citensipn prbgram-as inafia for those '.commodities iir-itlio. production of which 'labor is ernpibyed. This: in itself will mean, less employ-' meat. The demand which now ap- pears to ho shut off owing to high a bjs it basl and get'ths do-it hand' ily'." Happily, on afternoon-', on reaching called on B. J. SetmcUe, 'Ihe executive hnteedi bonds .-.of_ va t e a n'd' d iilri ct system's i. cblildWhot find a market There many failures of Irrigation hondaiin: the past. But'with bonds' bv tho plan propos- ed.te thls.hjp tiljsiwll! be no trouble. .pnojInsuranclJcoaipany that I know >f of the bonds glad' to Supports present governor, S: V. S. Stew- to ihe. Montana Irriga- tion'Congress under date of Oct. 4, .t-..'; ".i'pVir inquiry as.v'tb my vie a- 9 on pending Irrigation bond bill, has beeh received. "In'reply will say measure is'most meritorious. Irrigation was responsible for the. first agricultural development in Montana, and has been .the basis of, the continuous growth and of the state along, that line. unfortunate Lhat more the'.'lands ha.ve not been subjected to i irrigation." ''I heartily endorse the measure. II has been my live In' the irrigated area of M'ontana foi prices can only be Increased by great-! nnd'.finance committee of the Montana er production, which will bring down Irriftition-Congress, and while' iiiter- This Is a daty which: the-public owes REVISION OF THE WAY "RATES Something has been accomplished In the nWe made by the Cabinet Council. Intending the decision ot the raise in railway ratea made by tho Railway Commission back to .its authors Io..b6vfeconsldered. Tnls in tantamount to Eayitig that the decision originally the Commls: slon is not altoRetlier: as It shouid bft! The: step JaXert'by the -Cabin at Council shows ths, value of agitation when rightly applied and In a cause where injustice IB keenly sensed and where that injustice is'manifest. Tho Cabinet Coaccjl hns also practically passed its ,oplplon that the basis on which the Commission formed Its ground for decision was unsound, in that It pUced1 the requirements ot Iho national railways.as something to ha considered In dealing wllh the claims of the C. IhuB matting Us award on what apnenedj. to it an eqult able basis. Tils may bo inferred was the a measure wblch actu aled the Hallway Commission' In com lag to IU decision, as may be opmei from the novice giyen the Commlssloi V the Cabinet Council Ihaf ih'recbh prices and so add to the demand, in that they will come within the power, ot purchase. With .wages rising.aha j the prices going up In corresponding ratio nothing of bonefifwill arise, must come to bo racn by those wbo give the matter a conscientious con- sideration tha'Uhe..true .solution is: that labor should tie'recoil vlowiijg him alQUt the proposal, came f of. tKe bill and Was able, to get all tho fncls. Jli'.VSenWplte Is'.dnOi.of Mp ]t tana's live wires. ghHft ilr. Teagifdjm hits hecri talking irrigation'for so yearr' bo Bbesh't r Heels'a practical farmer and'ja a former news- paperman, ar.cpntblnatlon Lho measure, but the proponents; ot tne bill point out that this provision la necessary in order to protect, the to. his At the commencement of.his evid- ence he told Crown-Prosecutor Sic stale and give Investors full confid- j Donald hn did -not have any regular enco inihe.bonds of the Montana Irri-1 employment i justice ot the gation Development.Fund. They point ipfeacc. a notary-public and a coroner out that it Is very unlikely the tax His first attention was attracted to Triireyer have to. he' imposed, point- .Bassoft and Akroff, he said, by hearing ing Jo! the success of existing irriga-1 footsteps pass his .office." When ho tt'on" schemes in tho state in ijooked up there-were two men hesltat all', cases where the project was 'pro- ing before a blackboard in front.of his perly.cpnc'eivcd, tho'fr.rmers are carry- office.'and he clearly- saw a cast In Ing cost without the least: trouble.. one-of the- men's He remember meeting their, obligations, annually cd, he. remark-of his-wife's to without, default. 2 will'tell tlie tale as to whether "the people of Montana''will accept the means provided m this the effecMhat the train robbers had a cast In his oye.. }Ir. Robertson tbsn slipped, a revo) ver into his pocket- lie was feeling bill to put irrigation In Montana on a .somewhat Indisposed so'lie 5roceede< practical basis, where, the farmers al- i to a drug' store and. then met the Dr, II. MinshaH. at Brownsville. Oat, tor forty is dead. Work on a modern eeneentrating plant for the Consolidated Mining Smelting company will shortly start on the old site of itm Marysvlllo smol- :er, preliminary work being under way. W. J. B. A, B. B., pas- lor of. Metropolitan Church, Victoria, nas been appointed superintendent of British Columbia Methodist MUsIons. He will take the place of Rev. IX. J. H. White, who will sooa be super- annuated. His Honor Joseph C, Jndd, Junior County Judge of Middlesex, broke his left arm at the wrist, when he slip- ped and tell out of his bath tab. .The Judge was reaching for a glass when he lost his footing and was thrown violently on his left side. Votes will ba taken in near fu- ture on the formation of two muni- cipal hospital districts IA AJberta, Ratepayers of the Pincher Creek dis- trict will vote on October and those of He'd Deer before the end'of the month. In both dlatficts'there1 !s a strong sentiment In, favor of.imniedl' ale organization. (Continued from Front I-mga.) prac o a rug sre n. ready owning land may go ahead with police aud informed them; according! 's .ttle nn-n tho liln TYlonibBiUg tried. their, own schemes with the edge that their bonds will find a [they wanted were In- thjfif.eEtaura fully realatlng arrest After his bat- tle with the police he had to visit the' hospital for repairs to his head, as tie officers had to use their "bllleys" energetically before he would desist from using Ms whiskey bottles against .them. Copnmencement (Bn'eclal to1 The Heitid) fall term ol Ihe Kootenay Asalse-coart' opened here today with Supreme Court Judge W. A, MncDonald presiding. The criminal'case, connected with the Skookemchuck holdup of July 31st on the docket and la now p his own t -the men ten int.- ready-market at a good figure. The-He vote will bo watched with more than of tlie restaurant-anil "proccfded to a ordinary interest by the farmers of: few people in front ot-.his'own office, Alberta.1 It Is the first time that door. people of, a, ctate have ever really attacked :the problein of financing Mr. Robertson to move away vlie told as he. these ected A true bill was presented in the case by the grand jury, and .the trial jury has been" selected and "VV. Mitchell, acting; for the Crown, is ex- amining witnesses through the medium of an Interpreter, which makes pro- gress very slow. A- B. Macdonald. of ULlUUlYdl IUU fjduululu VI JIL'UJUtT IU IILUYU .us UC. CApulitcu to" their own irrigation YinAcrinliings, and in tho Chinese cafe. One' of Cranbrook, Is defending tho two ac- jf the bit! is favorably received irri-rthe men remarked, that he was: going! cused; Dan Nurlck and .Pete Lezuk history "will-be made next inside to see Ihe fun and Mr..Robert- The third man, who is said to'have month in state. Accent-; aon told him ho believed .there would than: twenty years] that fits deriredj from "irrigation. v that- the full me.asiire of may be utilized from-the waters, a'Sfd that thtre may ..undue-delay in the entor- -Features of, tht Bill -The pi tho act providing for the Issuing of the lionds states "Tlie Slate DoariV of Examiners of the state of MOntnili is hereby author' izcd. empowered and directed to Issue :o; of the plan here may 'point to, be fsbooting. In a few minutes Mr. some solution of the problems with 'Kobortson heard a shot, which, he said .7 ijDttio'going off.: my office Into tho -1 years.; Certainly if'Alberta is not lojm'uIdTe of the street In front of the flag behind in its agricultural develop-'Chinese continued tho ment some practical measure ivill He heard shots fired rapidly have to be taken at home to provide inside of the cafe nnd then told of T more i Irrlgationista- of Alberta have a pop at time'been wrestling for the past couple olj "I ran out of i of bet- ter than "_J The city; .Telluride, has banned the ly decldcdjhat it is not a fdofl 'tiling, lo be iu the shimmering; The. Indians, it appears, simply nte .the federal.'government diet; -'con- sider, it'cbntfl go l.ts.jire's- e'nf prograintfoc Irrigation, in .M'bnfaha. Cpnditlon.'i in .such felt'Mrrcthljig had to be done., 1W0 caileA a' mcetlnK In'tliefrUlh'. bow holol: .Ttisre were 47 of'ns thoVe, 'and In-Iffatl.on Congress was formed. Tho mcmbcj-ship was 47 to F.tart. nnd thf? fees woro 12 a mem- I her. fhatr opponents in Ihe baseball I '-''9 series on tiiclr eight'to one score. Will Iho Dodgers "brook" this-lnsultr The'inns of Interfering with the holding of'meetlngs of tho Irish Self- delermhmtion league is passed on lo the municipal authorities by Hie fed- eral authorities. Will the.municipali- ties relish this "passing of liie tbe state. Use Initiative and .Refsrcndum, "Here In .the'.-ltf- illative and refercndnri. Wo cr.lled thai into play. re.iinrls from enginpers who havp made pTellflilnary surveys ot the water solng'to In our rivers ord ihe poFHlbillly cf! irrigation aid which will be coming out lo door. Tho able to that likely to be provided by Elep hastracd his procedure and at popular vote'-in Montana. tb-? sarac time, Mr. Tlohcrtson swore, was shot In his .back. "You woro.looking at them the whole questioned Mr. McDoh- aH. "0. was the nnswer. Urhers head was exactly on the (Continued From Frnnt Mr- fiobertson said, Frewin on Stand JBii'oy fell.'over him. When 'Akroff! been one of the trio who did the has not been apprehended :ns yel The case now before tie cpart will prob- ably be the only one to come before the court liei.e. Two cases .from Cranbrook will be tried at that place, and another crim- inal case which was to come- before the present sitting may be postponed, thus rendering the present silling a very short one. The names of the grand jurors for this term aro: J. P. Fink, foreman; John S. Ilean, Hoaso Carr, Adam R. Dalzell, George Dornbacker, J. I-'. Spauldlng, W. K, Griffith, C. R. John- son, A. Watson, J. F. Mangan, A. Ken- Jaraei Frewin, In a clear (fcno. out the wounded.bandit grasped manner, told, of what he saw nn'l ;-s- itin tftt: of Ihe' d nor to support hlm- ciEted in'iii tho of the I3c le Fr-lf nnrl then Ic'a'iipd'aBiinst tho wall. L worth and Tliomas Summers. They were excused from making ny special reports as to maltcra ,'hich some times arb examined by ;rand juries, but were not discharged. which ihe state of Mon- are C'afo when he, with Cornor.il Ujli- Akrr.ff hail gotin juUe a distance be- er, of the and Constable fore Bassofi! cahie oiit. with'his. head __...... ,ani A. P. r.crtcml tn ar- turning from side .to side .and his and Akrdff. "While a', .g-.inf? waving. Jlr. Robertson was ask- irrlroiinn nf 1-inrtq hv nn.1 eventually wont to the- A.P.P. detach-ifuil sr.l cried out: Tho and "That prl.oner at-the bar I, Tom Ized Irrigation Witbi5'tho slate of Won lana. The foil faith and credit of the stale ot Montana.is hereby Irrevoc- ably pledged to the' prompt payment n[ (tie principal and. Interest of said honds. Tho Calgary Alberlan, In ils Issue at Jni1 after "The States Hoard of Bxamlners some of (hat. wilier to the j snail Issue bonds provided for by this Hrd. -Wo decided that {20.000.000 Acl In series, anil at such limes and pivo the necewftTy funds to get tn such amounts as shall be ordered the work done-. It hpsdn'tall .ho un- by Ihe Slate Hoard of Examiners in of Monday, has mado-a hold while pay back llnrlorfnko. "We i tlon, nnd ahead with ii great deal of i lo resurrect Iho late Hon. James will do quilc nicely what wo want lo In using his pholo as that of Wm. Duff, M. P., who Is now with the Hon. Mackenzie Th, mnmhwt 5S for Lunenbifrg Is very much nlivo It A'few years ago there wasn't the present time and not in U.5 KiiariiM. i Interest In Irrigation Mlnnslcm as the photo would Indicate, itelmsl'" Mo.n'ajla- Irrlftatlon onterprlfen come wesl, it la true, bill that is IIP tnio redapn why the AlberUm should 'make <'rv weren't always well cnncclyctl and wo liar! a.ub'rlcj of it appear lhat he has as Ihe'p'hoto (ells. ob'fcfionv. f A v E cf a carrying out Ihe provisions of this Act, each scries of bonds so issued to be designated as "Series "Series Usher answered it. As a Hassotf, of this telephone message wo buckled on our sldearms. I bncklod on tuy That .is the- man.! .saw that'Is'tho I 38 Smith and under my coat and my 32 automatic 1 put In my Up to IhlVllme not glv- much'; blitward slsn'ftf knoTrlng pocket. We proceeded down the] what.was being said hut at tho above and continuing said nlphahctlcal fjlde'of the door and 1 walked up and slreet inward the Chinese restaurant dednratton ho noliceably Btaftid arid and on tho way we were mot by Mr. tils face to the witness, come- Iloborlson. Corporal Usher, Bailey very, seldom does.; and myself Mood outside of the res-1 the Witness said': "Hs taurant and made plans. Irav; me ann timicfi guns on me, "Bailey was to go to the hack v.-enl to Iho, huichor store but felt nnd Into Ihe realnuranl that I Was not tii'nclcntly well prelected while we were lo cnler by the front'a.id ijioved belilnd Iho lelef.'ionc pole, floor. Upon pnlcrfng Usher slnocl wont'to.whcro Akrpff was and designation for as many series as may be Issued." Bonds of .Irrigation Districts The bonds are to be issued as need- of Conine T, wap behind ,thd j TJi-rtf to lake up bonds.'o! irriEa'-iwi were Ibo men'' conncctoi down rovcral times looking Into the 4pok a Blibts.at Prnv- bootns, and I noticed two men In ihrsjIriHR evidence was !o Ihe effect that centre booth eating their dinner. From r Robertson hod a 22 revolver and that tho1 description 1 bad, I was siisnlc-lon3ilhe post'was ninety feet'f.rom where tricls, of which thcre.arO now 30 form- cd or in process ot formation. dlstrlcls are being formed by farmers who .idlually own the land, as In Iho case nf-lhe Northern Irrl- jlhe holdup Of Ihe C. P.'R. parsengor Theso iratn on August 2. cxffD.l on -Iho ;p.artibf. ti willi' Ihe right lo las'iio wlui faVfirirtrb'aniJrnftrp'boiKls for Iho cbno'trncll6n of dltchos. full control Thought They Were the Hen "I went lo Usher nnd told Mm thought they were tho men and wilh i fell. Iiiw declaration, nhout taking.a coit- pV- t.stVapltjg trifl'h with [he ?2-pijllea'-a liniBh froftl, naasofl. nvhfi at 'liio of tho shoollni! was getting slmvec1 drew my aulom.itlc.frnm my iwrket an-1 Arthur tfcrlesworth, and Corporal Ilshor drew his revolver. out of the poAl room window I walked Into tho booth first and took both testified that Bassoff shot'BaUej' Your Children DESERVR A Meson On a "cheap" piano they will learn or play perfectly. You'll be eutprlscd how llt'.io we ask for tho Mason Klsch lasts a lifetime. Easy terms of payment and "'Factory lo Balmoral Block The Home of ;