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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE NEWS WHEBE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HSBAUrs PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETH BRIDGE, SECOND SECTION PAGE ELEVEN Hon. Mackenzie King Makes Statement About Irrigation Guarded Declaration Sympath- etic to Irrigation as Developing Natural Resources Slade at a Banquet Given-in Honor of Leader on .Tuesday Attend Banquet. What may bo said to be a partlcijar Knd Intimate interest attached to the the Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, so far. touches tho peopla of Southern Alberta, was reserved for banquet following the meeting at the 'Majestic.' This was a..guarded declaration obtained from the leader of tho Opposition as to how he stood in regard to tbo subject ot Irrigation. Tho mailer was broached by W. A. Quchanan, M. P., In a'short speech ho mado at the assembly in 'which he ex- pressed the' opinion that It would never do for Sir. King .to go away be fore he bad expressed, the view ho held In regard to irrigation as a gov- ernment policy. Mr. Buchanan emphasized the fact that Irrigation in the south country BO vital 'that it superseded any thought of a lower -however much this .was deemed Important the that'in this .particular' portion of tho.Province, no matter now low the tariff wero the benefits ofithls would not be felt fail- ing, that production which on Irriga- tion the people hero EO strongly, de- peiided and on .which the low larift bad to bear in its application. Mr..Kingi and Irrigation Mr. King took up the challenge thus thru's't on him and referred to the policy of Irrigation as bearing on the was one of vital importance, might say on'e which overshadowed he tariff, in that'vrithout tho substauco o which a lower tariff may apply that tariff was not of much! worth. This substance lay In irrigation on which lie production in this part of tho coun- try so largely-depended. The leader of tho Opposition should not be allow- ed to go away without saylog a word on this Important matter. Ho should let the people know, how he stood pa tho .Hon.-Mackenzie King anecdote, paying a complimerit'to Hon.' on his policy arid the manner IE which ho had enunciat- ed H. saying that his name- would-be coupled with traditionary leaders of Lhe name and fame of MacKehzla and Blake. Luxury Tax Louis Keel askeo> .Mr. Mr. King In-the Ee.ntimcnt.of his address .covered, that which ho raun- We may have our he said, but ho hoped we; wero' large; enough ;to respect tho'.difference's of others. Ho was glad to see that these differences were gradually, disappearing. The most gratifying of all features was the ad- vocacy and spread bt the principles of Liberalism In Canada. It was not only in the West but also In the East that this Was perceptible, and he could see a welding of the'people" in'the great ideals of He looked at Liberalism lii the retrospect and In the anticipation, and: ho Quoted 'that the traditionary inspirations were present teday. to be a guide future. It was part of the business Liberal- ism lo repair tbe breaches that bad been1 made, resting tbe.foundations of Liberalism on .'what' our'' forefathers Mr. .KJng whether in the event of his being re- turned to power he would take'away from the merchants the onus of col- lecting the tax. Tho mefchsu'ts did hot1 object to the tax but to the collection of H: by in re- ply Mr: King said that when the luxury tax came up lu the House ed the'p'pinloa that it should- be brought nearer to the source than-it was made'to apply in the present legis: latlon.- SUGAR DROPS CENT WHOLESALE HERE C- Sugar has goae down a cent a pound in jiumor In-the trenchant manner, in.which he dealt With the the point that go to tho country because no partlim- Out Result Three New Schools the great question of tha tariff. .There preference-for co'inmittingsuicidu was one thing it was necessary that jHo look up lbe Al berth will Mai1 Rhall, a'ntlathe students iFor the Raymond, tachoo.l; -'.Mr: .Marshal staled tb'at the'department :vas ing on the farm of Aberdeen the 'beef I type, arid a" herd ot Ay'reehires, a stan- dard dairy strain. The'Ayreshlr'es are' coming, from- tho Claresholm school! farm. .-Those, pure-- bred. livestock will-reach t he; farm' at Raymond "One decided advantage' schools of -agriculture is. the great number of boys and girls who are'atf. cessible to them. They are so disW said Mr. Marshall, "that they; imply.sorve every locality in the, pro-' Tince! Then the faculty of agriculture at the Alberta .University will receive ho boys who desire to take out their degree. After two years at hese schools students are adrnjtlert" o.the XIniversity." "Wo. have materially strengthened PREMIER 'MElBHEN'S' TOUR OF ,fct. I'rime Min- Ister MelgTion'1 ;leafes for the on rfhiay'iveuingi he will be Mrs. Meigh- e n an d Bl ack, chair- man of ih'e-pa'rtr. Sir be act- ing- prime'' Nov- ember 3, Then "ho- -sails for Europe: to attend meeting Nations. SUGAR DROPS IN EDMONTON EDMONTON, Oct. is down in Edmonlou one cent a pound today to the cc-osumer .following a drop yesterday by wholesalers ot per 100 pounds to J19.32. The provisional rolall price Is 21 1-2 cents per pound. CAPT. HOME-HAY REACHES WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Oct. Home- Hay, flying tha D-H-9-A- machine used In tho between Winnipeg and Moose- Jaw, reached here this'raorulng'at 11.40 from Port ago La'Prairie where he spent the night after leaving Moose Jaw yester- day. being due to-the scarcity of modlty iu the market.--Tho price was kept up then' through-'want of the had not yet. been -fulfilled. The solu- now it was sou sht to be tion was as far away as ever had a such things as. these that helped tho glock ,Thich nol want to" place when tbo prices were taking a He people to' IPse faith In promises made and pledges given. Tha people were made to believo .that they wero so many bribes, for support. There was no douH that .while Mr. King was a, national leader and dealt with national questions he could not have helped in thd course of his tour coming across what may he sectional ques lions which had their Importance to' the people oi particular localities such! as thd fruit growing Ip the people of tho Okanijgan Valloy hud fishing to the pepplti of Prince Rupert. So in part of'tho country Irrigation) though It was a sectional question, remarks; with witty DON'T FORGET Tha pniypl'aeo whero you cnn got shoes repaired by prao- tlcal shoemakers is at Mutton Perkins Street South Phone 693. 3 doors S' of Colonial Thcatra BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 Good quality printed 2 yards wide. Per lineal yard, Always in gOod'taste. JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Ottf delicious, nu- tritious, thoroughly satisfactory bread will.provide a lot of wholesome nourish-. merit thro 3 times 'a; day. It is thorough- bred bread. KIRKBY'S diay.-Oet, 21st; Oji milk Svillbe I7'centi per-'rquart arid 9c .per pint delivered. Table per J half-pint v "J per half-pjnt A Charge of Will Be Made On All Bottles to new customers and" also to customers who nave not got .bottles to replace.the bottles in the milk or cream is de- livered. Our drivers are au- thorized to buy from customers for a casfi price of 10c. each, This Is a good oppor. of disposing of any extra bottles.that you might have around the house. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 P. O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSQN AND CO. W Aeadia Building 612 "Third Avenue South "Self-Satisfied Man' Needs Waking Up." 'JThe Beauty Market" will do It At the" Empress Says His Department Not Yet informed' Judge McNeill Removed to Calgary In reference to .the dispatch, from Maeleod that citizens there are up In arms about the rumor that Macleod will lose out as a teat for a judge, Hon. J.' R. Boyle, attorney-general, this .mprh- ing had nothing official to was not in a position to whether Macleod'will remain a centre for a judicial .'district or'' He explained that he has not TV ceived otficljl notice that Judflo McNeill will be moved to Cal- gary, as reported Should such a thing occur then It would be the .duty of. Boyle's 'department to consider whether Hacked will remain the centre of a judlclsl district or .whether it will be made a sub- district, probably under Lelh- bridg'e. RECLINING: If you'read wlillo reclin- ing when the eyes arc i rrossGcl'thc circulation In Iho oylic nervo fs apt 1o j bo interfered with, Tbe best ad vice" wo can-givn you is, don't wear glasses linlli you need when you do let us exam- ine your eyes and fit thenir F.ff.WILKINS 1 SIGHT SPECIALIST j. 327 FIFTH STREET.S. I 608 3RD AVE, RETAIL CLERKS' ASSOCIATION IN'THE LABOR HALL Ml OCT. 22, AT Important.that all cjerks aSt-nd thio meellng. Reduce Your High of Living By A pure separated milk of natural flavor in powdered form for all especially for cooking pur- poses. r VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE MRS. ROGERS DEMONSTRATE WHAT KLIM WILL DO FREE DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND. SATURDAY, CO. L. Family Grocers. Phones 1453 and 1365. MILKISf THE MOST NOURISH ING AND HEALTHFUL OF Alt FOODS It Is alio one of cheapest of Our pure, fresh, pasteurized milk Is the Mnd you need, Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent tor cooking and makes a good drink. Only 5c per quart, delivered, Phone 1576 and have our driver call. 'THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 15761 (TUESDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 2) .j (BY HYRUM SMITH, D.C.) It is a genorally recognized fact that it takes nervous energy to digest food. Tho stomach supply erf nervous energy, when the spinal nerves 'to tho atomach are pinched at the outlet between jo.inta of .the spine at what is knowa aa pri'in's'down below normal.-. The stomach weakness may lio severe or merely such as to require'care in choice of foods, it all depends upon the degree of pres- sure upon tho stomach, place nerve.. This pressure. Is re- moved by chiropractic adjustments. WELL WITHOUT SOLID FOOO "At different tlmps my case was diagnosed as ulcer of 'ho stomach, cancer ot' tho stomach, aud tuberculosis of the stomach. I fiecntno so emaciated I ly walk alone. In six years not n mouthful of. solid food went down my throat.'. tlio chiropractor raado no promlsos, .hut I am well. Xo unit liiiows.wtiat it means lo enjoy food, unlcss.lhey hnvo.liccn starv- ed for years, like ticorge A. Wilson, Chiropractic fie-, search Durekn, Slateracnt 123J. Consultation la wlihout charge. HYRUM. JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 200 SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONES 1677 AMO 1441 HEALTH Adjustments when given :with ECiontlflc precision restore health: iii all diseases aftecttn; the following BRA1N EYES EARS NOSE -THROAT ARMS HEART LUNGS LIVER STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN KIDNEYS SMALL BOWEL LARGE BOWEL GENITAL ORGANS THIGHS AND. LEGS ;