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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LF.THBfimr.E DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 191f Montana Now Hoping to Secure! Irrigation Foi; Six Miliipn Acres I and ihe veil wishers r-r iho hupei lhat ii progress at the Water-can untapped re- I'.na millions of Collars pro- cenl. The available supply la Montana ia sufficient to irritate ucrcs-, alitoush area .bow Tritert'l is 1ml ecres. ThH Is'tbe assertion of Dr S. Far- tier, chief o'( irrigation. States asrieuUuro, ppent Sunday In Uuue. years figo Dr.-Fortler. COTT in cbarre of alt the Mississippi, vas director of the stale ogricuUuntl ex- periment station ai Uoit-mau. Of Montana to said Sunday: "Oi- rupylnt; aa IL does the rhlge of tho mellc-d jr.otvs from Its watersheds now ID bfth oceans, lac normal flow of its largest rirer yields aero feet of wau-r annually inHliona of acn's of fi-rulu lanij slltl await Uirougb iho asency of now waateJ. acrc5 being I "Basins an esiimalo ou the i2.MO.000 acres or Tvhlch can bo dry] maiion svnllaMo 1C years 1 reach-1 which cin be ed the ihe water sup- j and theu wonder why the ply of ibe slrito woula suAielent part upoij which the olber irrigate at leasl O.OOO.CC-0 Tho i should he neglecUid. Tease now vfiiered is urobably no: Foritor IhaL ths lispplesl monisms of his life liai been spent lc Montana. "I am always to raiuru to the old camping he said. to be undena'acn. Only by j "My work for Uncle Sam has iaiien rain anrt scow which fall! me over Iho greater pirt ct iho uutou rate Calif era'a, Cciortdo i Ldiho. ''Bui !l tis lifcsei behind In the largely because ihd eufrgles of the people hire been directed In oiher: chsnuels dcrtog ihe 12 or 15 i years. Irrigation been neglected; dry farming has beep developed anil j !n iho relation which should oilsi between the two has-been sbrown oui of balance. "The dry fanner who hss recfllrcd j .3 reverse as a result of two yeare1 of k drought would hare succeeded much belter i( even a snrtll part of his told-1 Ing has been Irrigated. One might RO i farther and stale lhal dry crop! should supplemeat Ihe rrap. Only by sufh B comblnailoq can farm- j Iny be placed oa a foau-! rtallon. 1 "Thlok of ihp possibility of a) ,weAl'.h far from To reclaim Is aiit' use of- f- l e bomers of the can (he industry In Montana, be and as a result. I have bad to do vrlth every type'of Airerlcjin, but pliceJ upon F. my wife and I "Yejrs ago ibe people of Montana i people of Montana 4 nsde a spier-did beginning in Irrlga-1 Exchinj I th'it the v all others." LIGHTS SHADOWS By F. S. In be sure, out never read it. la Lbe'llghl of family traditions they would be ajhamed lo confess. THE BtRTH OF WINTER Tae carlh h cold nLd dark nnd droary, Tbc hang lik shroud, N'alure snivers in sccssls wf iiie and" 'funeral Round my door .ghost voices horc-r- Hart! t -henr iheir nierd And my ear? I ugally corer -As my lamp.flarea once and dies. Ah, lonighl doth hannt rcs, R-smerabnihie'-'bf .blfEsfifl days.. Dsys 01 lore fcencaih'the oak Tree I Irate thy Spring wilb birds halli ranished; Summer thee'T mourn; Scarlet hanishfed-11- AVintcr. Child of Wrath, is born. WE'LL NEXT BE FAVORED WITH A RECITATION 0.' all the whippings I've had. says Hearst. This last from the farmers is sure- j 1 never dreamed after years of loll, I'd lie outflanked by the men ot tho soil. Ab. tliis is an age of radical chant And hnffles (he minds of our For I have ruled In glory :md might- Bui' alas! I was swepi from tho throne over night. .CURTAIN' To .the Denver iua.n .recently interposed In a 'man-and-TiTo quarrel, dire Results to his person, wo Qifcr ihe following counsel from X who.Ja quarrels a'bloouy A; -whale's hide la Iwo -feal -'ihlck In places. Tco'bad the GrnELer dljj riot lo read- ers Tvho get niiiftd tf'you BACKVMRD, TURN BACKWARD At the age of 102 an Ohja' lady tells (Hat .she can remember Tvlisn ?hc sold'butler at all cents-a pound, and fire cents a dozen. the good, old days! A 'WashinEtOD bellhop pakl facomc lex on and then TTG tronder are quitting thi fcbvol room. TVo EpsntJ 'aiulous sums on ejcp men la In plaot and anJmal huabanilry bul when It comes lo the edflcadm o o-ur own and adopt a skimping, Ikied polkr anfl brand It Retrench mcnt or Economy or eoraethins equal ly ai false. of these days Lhe school teach era'are golog to walk out on stride and then, perhaps, thht funnj bodj called The People trtil Tralie up 80 CONVENIENT, YOU One Hoe thing zbout baring beaut fill .yonns 'any reporlera around newspaper chop is. when a fellow for gels (o whitewash hla chin after hcrrled shave, he cati always flnrt th in the nfftcc. THE DEACON SAYS Thai he has only one regret thl weak, and that Is thai he dovr ID Ontario lo hla ballot John Barleycorn. One way of burning the r.itcheu by burning our bills. HEAR, HEAR. object (o the common pracllc oE re'errlns lo tho profiteer Judas, .ludaa had the grace to hau Indianapolis Times. And gave back Hie money, II inljjh DC suggested. Kearfnl of nulbreak-of fl the Portland, Ore., Boird of.Ilea has placed a ban on hissing. 1'or Jflnd, lo due fcr one of two things a decrease in populallon or a wave Perliapj ihe danger of rroseculio add zest to (tic tiinc-hoiiorc Tlie '-'take a clinnce" splr ia not (Itad yet. THEY'LL NEVER TELL -thfl Calwry IferaM says tlial V-ouTrl be Ijileresllpg lo knorr lio o? (ho farmers elected In O.T lerip ivore formerJy ud'bow many formerly Liberal. I would be highly Jntcrealing rea rnnd Tnmk pictures 'Shornrig Tptir Of Father and Grandfather net, "behalf of ie GraDd_Trnnk Railway company. 'R. Cbaritbp, repregenting the p'resep-led, his Royal Hlgh- Interesting eouveTilrJ Of royal lour over their "line In "On- arlb.Bnd. Qflehcc, In the "Stape of a audaouiB composite plctnrei composed f a photograph of H. R. IT. Ihe Prlocc f Wales, (the lale King Kdward VII.) nd slsff; Uken at .Montreal In 1S60; photograph of their Royal High- the nake'and Ducnesg of Corn- wall and1 York {present. King and Jueea) and the Victoria Jub-; lee bridge, 1901... Views of the old-Victoria tubular bridge and i ho present Vlclorla JubVlee bridge; a f holograph of the locomotive ulled the royal trola In 1S60 the ocomoli-e used on Lbe royal train >vr touring the couniry. Tbe plcinro h aurrounded wllh a gold.frame and enclosed-in a beautiful bird'a-eye maple boi, iiphol- ilerefl In blue with a gold plate on hs corcr hearing a sattable inscrlp- tloh. KID'S THEATRE BURNS DOWN No Actori' Slriks; Show Paying Well] Pin Monty j "WILMETTE, World's J Kxhlbltlon of Juvenile The- j epiana" closed at AVIImelte. There; aa no actors' slrifce, the show wan paring pirn. Bat the- thea Iro buruod down. "Wllmelle's tire department Tras the.afternoon. I "Our'piavhoujic burning I walled a chlldfSu -j Arriving on tho the firemen DTirt a bam in Iho.rear ot the home i ol'E, Sherry, 702 Park avenue, was in flames. It Tvaa destroyed the Irjaa i bfiing estimated at .TelephonDS I In the neighborhood were.put. out of I aerrlce (or aomo time. It -wan learned from "JloTrtjy" Har-t per, "filar" of tfia compaDy, fnat _Uie barn had been uied recently for juve-j nlle theatricals', fn which Liberia' Sherry, daughler of tho hArn was "leading lady." Hobby la and: Alberta IK 10. Jast now, tbe I are out of toTrn. Is the fourth barn to ha burn-', ea in In two -R-ceys. J'lremen holtciVe an incendlnry started the 1 flrea. "II burned vailed Dobby. It was leftraed the "monej" TfAa hundreds of pild.for-aclnifs- Fton to the theatre. DOCTOR HARDY HEADS 1 NEW, SELlGIOUS BODY TOJtONTO, Oct. A. E.! Hardy, of this c-lty, today" the flrat president of the educallonal council of Onlario. llov.; Mr. Halpcnnr wns appointed gpnornl j superintentlcnt of-lha rellgloua ortuca- i llonal council and'Rdr, W, P. f'Jelclttt-i made niral anil financial lendeot, ON Monday the Victory Loan 1919 opens. On Monday a keen, eagci; army goes over the top on the drive to Financial Victory. v It is your country, Canada, that asks you to buy Victory Bonds. See that you do it! During the darkest days .Canada did not She earned on to Victory! You know the need for this Loan. You'know the fulfilment of Can- ada's obligations depends upon its success. You know the continued prosperity of Canada is at stake. You know the eyes of the world are on Canada, Let us again astonish the world, Unite Canada! t Clean up! Carry on! Finish the Job! Let'it also he said, of us that we made a tremendous success of the VICTORY 1919 "Every Dollar Spent in liiutd by W.tofj Cornmiltie, in with the Minister oi Finance of the of ;