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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920, THE IJETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALB PAGE NINE o- Want Jo of Irri- Dry .Farming ant) KWfifog DeeMe I (From Own Corwipond'enU bet i4A-Wlowing the !Md of UN Iwtter fanning conferenc at the Onefour local of the U.K-4. tollQwlng resolutions which they propose 'to Mac Mora yoMk 1. minister of agriculture, wooOcM mm! bo made lo u pouible, tber're now. SttttlUht Soap tbi pvreti md beil ofCil! kiodrr 10 il'i the ufeit eleaiiier-rid tt'l the moil ctom- WMUIC. "tiital fmn, it ..Itkn'ltM U do rlM T- SOAP UM1TED. Tmimi Pit. 3 slon to make a detailed study of the situation In southern Albarta, so that agriculture and sloiJt raising may., be 41ncle'd aloiis. sale, and lines. J. That In cases where persons are unable to make a living on their lauds In this district a way should be pro- vided by .the Dominion and provincial governments ia move them on to'other lands In districts where their would. outlook lor 1-3: 'That a general survey made by the Dominion reclamation service (o'dtlermlne. the amount of wate iyalUble for Irrigation, both from sur tiee sources and from deep wells, am whikt.arMs of land may be Irrigated 1. 'That a careful surve'y be mad by commission of tho Dorain ion'fand p rovl nclal govern iaents tot as-. VerGCr .what lands are suitable for ajrldallnre, and what lands are better adapted for grazing or other purposes; tn'atr'BcttlorB on lands adjoining be classed 'as grazing 'lands Be given the first right to use such'grazing lands; that common graz- ing laad be set aside for the free use iif- communities wherever possible; further long-time grazing leas- es-be granted, and that no renewals of grazing be allowed for more than one.yeari or until survey and claaalldatlon of the land shall have that all'lands now In- Irr graiing leases which may >e found suitable for agricolturc shall IB withdrawn immediately from such eases and spent for settlement. 5, Th'at a substation' of the Domin- ion experimental farms or ix demon- stration farm under the Prortncial Dfr partment of Agrltvttare be establish- ed la the extmo'e southeastera part of for'the study: problem a confronting the 'stttleis in this trict; ,6. That Canaaian Natlonal Rail- way- should- westward from 'Bengougbi' through southern. Xatchewan and southern Alberta to the Bock Mountains, so as to furnish an outlet for the products of'better farming. BOASTS THAT CANADA WILL DO IT TORONTO, Oct. At u luncheon given by the Toronto Board of Harbor Commission- ers to the luteriiatlunal Joint Waterways Commission- here yesterday at the conclusion of the commission's sitting iu this clly, R. Home Smith, a member of the harbor board, said ,that .If tbo', United Stutes 'Ula'-ifct et see Us. vr'ay clear to make the