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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER If 1921 "CALLED TO THE COLORS" Man Irrictates His Land} Without Expense of Con- structing General System MILES'CITY, iidvoctte of irrigation even on a small sct'e for the Individual farmer or rancher, Corey Wilson, ot Calabar, on tls Yel- loivstoue river, arrived iu the city yes- terday and stated that his experiments which he has conducted for a number of years have proved to be reasonably successful and believes that an ex- tension of his idea will result In a larger benefit So crop production from i lands contiguous to rivers and cfeeis as Trell as the more remote sections. Small patches of land lylns elevations where draws or giiUies may be 'Utilized can be made drouth proof j by the simple erpediment of erecting i I a dam ncross the draw to sufilcient j i elevation to hold back a volume cou-j sWered to bo sufficient for tho. ground! i to ha benefited anii released by meanscess uhicb requires tho instaUatidn i of a steam or gasoline driven contrir- MasSwiney s Fas! Iu Columbus Despatch. anco to 1.1ft the'waier.. Attracted by the possibilities of hav- ing small ranches anir fanns Irrigated, ali States there is consider- able activity noticeable among eastern purchasers who are purchasing tracts in his vicinity and raisins land values from ?10 to {20 to as high as 5200 per aero. PREFER AUSTRIA PARIS, Oct. cf more than votes cast in the plebiscite held on Saturday last at. Klagenfurt j purpose--of determining whe- t thar that district would remain a'part hf-Austria or ha given to Jugoslavia stows a good, working majority in favor oE Austria, says a Haras dis- patch The count time of filing the dispatch' Austria for; Jngo-Slavia A Lottdon .cable says an American company is Belling; street car rails in Scotland at a ton under Brit- ish, EPIDEMIC CLOSES WINNIFRED SCHOOL (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFIUSrVOct. N'esblt unior school teacher, Is 'very Elck with the- epidemic mumps. Several llles' have had the disease, but no one seemed to understand clearly the 'act It was dangerous to let children out too, soon. As a result both schools are closed until November 19th, as all scholars exposed to Iho epi- demic. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rear-, den, on'.September 28th, a Eon. Mrs. Fred Phillips of Mooso Saslt., is visiting at the homo ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hiack for a few weeks. Is leaving next away "two months ,on 'a aunting trip In pursuit of'moose. A number of hunters are going together. Teddy is the only huntsman going from Wlnnllred. :ilany. from Bow. Island are la the party. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherlock lelt last week "''expecting to make their home in the States. M.'H. Smith; is Island this week concerning tho Globe Storo In- terest, -Frank Harris left Monday for Coal- dale, expecting to hale hay this win- ter. Bill Parker attended district court at Medicine Hat on Monday, October llth. Vf. J. Clark and family left last week for High P.lver. Mr. Clark hav- ing taken a position for the winter months selling J. R. Walkiri's medical goods. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey "Davis made business trip to Medicine Haf on Monday, October llth. i Mrs..Paul-Buehrlng and Mrs. Dan Pederson motored to-JIediclne Hat I on a shopping trip. Mrs. Harold Dowsraan is spending Iho week at the honie of Mrs. Sturm, Whitla. Mrs. Chas. Huot, arrivad from Bel- gium oh October Sth, to Join her hus- band and sister, Julus Levenne. Word came this week, that Mrs. Harvey Morris and Mrs. J.-W. Holder arrived safely at Winston, Salem, N. C., U.S.A. Mr. Glyn Phillips made trip to Medicine Hat-on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Backstrom vis- ited their daughter, Inez, at St. Ther- esa Academy, Medicine Hal, this Sek. P. G. kawson has moved into his neve home, which has Jiist been bitllt on his farm north of Winnitred. Several WInnlfrcd dancers formed a party and motored to the Newdale school house' to enjoy meeting the Newdale entertainers. All reported having a delightful evening. Mrs. W. Scott Is.going to builS an addition of two rooms on her; home, beginning the vrbrk this month. Sir. Hugo Peterson lett this week to. work In British (Jolumbla until spring. K. K. Bergan and Brother Andy, motored to Medicine Hat this week on business. .Mrs. Harold Bowerman has as her guest Hazel Sturm of Whitla and mot- ored to Newdale on Friday evening, taking in the dance. Phil De Wald went to Medicine Hat on October llth, to attend district court. v NEW YORK, Oct. Canad- ian opinion from--all over the United Htatc.; is fointa'K to tUo support of the conviction express- by New York physicians la the I New Yqrk Herald yesterday that Lord j Mayor MhcSwiney juf Cork la being I fed. them, specialists In tfie science of nutrition, dcclara that no man can live CO days without nour- ishment. Those few doctors who are willing (to put auy fiitU .iu tht stories ol Mac- unbroken fast base their at- Itiiiide upon the hellet that through his zeal for a cause he may be sus- lained ty a sort of spiritual exalta- tlon which Is sounding unknown I depths of energy. They say that very j little is really known about this form ot auto-hypnosts. KEEP.A.WAY FROM B. 0. VANCOUVER, Oct. SounJhig a warning note to those contemplating coming to British Columbia that there will ha little opportunity for them to obtain employment, Col. A. D. Powley, general superintendent of the provin- cial labor bureau, stated today that thera -already was iimplo labor to supply all Industries. Ho urged that steps should bo taken to people against coming here unless they havo positions in view. WRECKS IN QUEBEC QUEBEC', Oct. to the Quebec Chronicle, a subscriber to that paper lolls of the wreck of two schoon- ers In tho ealu ot October Ho does not give the names of the- vessels but states Juat one was from St. Siuiron Captain Savanl; and tfeo other capsiz- ed near St. Jean Port Jolla, all lives belag-Jost. The flrst ablp ruu on the beaei at St. Koch des Aulnnies, but _was not damaged, her cargo ci nopd.puHi being uuJoaded and ship. psd to Quebec, MEANS SETBACK TO GEN. WRANGEL CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. Tho occupation' by rte Bolshevik of Mariupol iyid Berdlansls pa Ihe Ses of Azov Is aimouQc.ed. This represents a setback, for the forces or General the anlt In Rus- sia who receatiy. was reported In pbs- sessioruof cities aud in vir- tual control entire Sea Atov. -POSTPONE ELECTION QUEBEG, Oqt. to the fact that Monday next is Thanksgiving Day ths flats for the provincial by- election Iu Kamonrasia and St. Maurice hus been changed by the gov- ernment to October )9. It was stated on Monday that U N. Richard, Liberal, had been elected by acclamation in St. Maurice that day. Edgar Gull- Ipmet, Liberal, was nominated to op- pose him. INCOME TAX'DODGERS WINNIPEG, Oct. against sixty WInnipeagers charged with violations of the Income Tax Act will he laid in police court in the next Ihree weeks, according to federal tax ofOeJals here. On Friday six-'well-known basiness- appear for violation of-the act. Three arc charged with evading payment on Iholr 1917 and 191S in- comes an dthe others for non-payment on their 1317 Incomes. FOUR CANDIDATES IN TORONTO ELECTION TORONTO, Oct.' candid- ates are promised for the bye-election In Northeast Toronto for the Ontario legislature to fill the seat vacated by Hon. Dr.' H. J. Cody, former minister bl education. James Hfgsins is a lab- or candidate; Major A. C. Lewis Is the Conservative; John Galbraith yes- terday filed hls.'uomlpstlon papers as an independent candidate, and tomor- row night the Liberals' will candidate, probably Jl.iior W. H. Kip- pen, D.S.O., M.C., with bar. INCREASE WAGES L G. T. R. CLERICAL STAFF TORONTO, Oct. ngree- mcut covering the increased wages for Grand Trunk Railway dorks, freight handlers, station, store anjl certain shop employees was signed yesterday by the general committee representing these employes'and Mr. Bnwiier, representing the cbmpa'uy, it Is said. The increase in wages to clerical employees will In some cases amount to ss much as 550, a month, over rates in effect in January, 1920. PHONE 625 AWDEN THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 9 1C CiM to nave their home eosjr and inviting for the long winter clays, this sale offers many opportuni- ties lor everyone to do so at genuine savings" Every CARPET and RUG, all CURTAINS, CURTAIN MA- TERIALS and DRAPES are included and we offer y.ou a slock to select'fvom that would do credit to a larger city. CARPETS BUGS 15 Per Cent Off AO WOtons 10 Per Cent. Off Afl Axminslers and tnssells Supply Your Needs At This Special Sale COTTON FELT MATTRESS This mattreas la hnllt, I10l Biaffea ol good quality sun cured cotton. Iiec nlar price J1S.CO. Added Week-End Speda 97-PIECE DINNER SET Very fine quality English Bcml-porralndi, wltli two .gold lines decoration. A splendid chance to get a better quality for the price of the cheapest '.v.iro. rf-on rtf This Is open stock. Compile WHITE WOOL BLANKETS bed size, 7 Ib, blankets. Gel your (tin op winter supply now. Per rair GREY BLANKETS qualify, splendid wearliw, and extra. fft value. J'er pair ALL FEATHER Good quality nrt ticking tilled with (Jin nr- lima sterilized feathers. Tor A! 10 to 28 Per CaiL COIL SPRINGS j o. j jiiiir MUCClrtl A sleep-inducing of specially tempered, coils. All sizes. Regular price J12.50. Kpocial.......... Distinctive Outer G N ew BO, Pretty Furs for Fall Wear Here are sumptuous neckpieces-andgets in the very latest of thoroughly dependable quality and made as they should be. Our large stock offers ybti un-' lt equalled choice. THE FALL MODES ARE REFLECTED IN OUR ASSEM BLAGE OF DELIGHTFULLY DESIGNED GARMENTS. Our vFall Coats Attract the Attention Women who appreciate exclusiveness will ne'.ed: rib' further urging to come and select their favored creation from thig- extensive showing, knowing .first garments frequently possess charming style features not duplicated latezvTo see these new coats is to desire them, and their, very pricings make possession far from difficult.. sioo.oo TKe.Fall Modes are Reflected in This Assemblage oi Delightfully Designed Dresses The best American designers are represented with their finest creations, embodying the very latest and newest of the best foreign ideas. Very noticeable will be the decided change from the prevailing modes of previous season's and the original and pleasing style- innovations that have come to take their place. Our displays are so extensive that be perienced in finding justthattype which best expresses one's own personality. M I7SMI85.00 SPECIALS! BLEA.CHED SHEETS A delayed shipment o( bleached cotton sheets In full double herl FJIJC ut a r.jnl bargain. TlieBC are less than yen can tmy sood sheeting for. each. Kml frt) Epjcif.l, each BLOUSES Fine white habutal anil natural colored' silk blouses, mnde in best quality MC! slyln by makers of high "class blouses, Hcfiiiliir values worth ns liigli Aa nn as Week End Special......... 12-4 FLANNELETTE BLANKETS A real snap In grey or while fiaimeb.llo blankets In tho biggest she made. Tiiese .ire worth pair. Week Knd nn Spoclnl LADIES' UNDERWEAR .cotton uifalfifoar "in ihlrta and and wall finished In every way. These arc values, worth .51.5.0 cai-iii Week Knd Special, loach.... y3C STRIPED FLANNELETTE TOO yards of slripeil flnimcloUo'tn Rood' heavy qimllly and- GO Inchen wide. Thin Is'' a real r.nap In excellent quality. Repilar