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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE If rHHUUGE UAIL.1 HKHAI II SLU'TKMUKIl 12, I'.M'J PREMIER SlEWARICOyiDNOISfflE Cmpletc Details of Interview of OOTHI o( tha interview it appeared ii: Wednesday's Edmomon Journal: Southern Delegation al Edmonton Owiug to thft extreme luiporlnnce "of Interview of the-special irri- gation committee will] Premier Stcw- trl and cabinet on the Hern 111 p'JDlishts hercv.ith a full ac- Disturbed ostaBy domes from SOCK form of, indigestion. the stomacb and tbe fiver with a course of lion. thai Its desire lo luJuce Iho govcmultnl to B system by Ihe o( irris- Bbla IsmU mltht Iw [aclliljlfd and S or a IsmU mltht Iw W (he irrigation farmers Eivea the yriri water service. Tb? N'ay in v.'bicb tbts could be doui? satiifaL'torily, L'oL Spencer ilrclaTCj.-was by laVirs a compretibti- sire of Iho eniire country, and not by bor.Jins ihe sei'arati? districts. The cost should then be apportioned 'lo proucrttes beuofitling from the scheme. Tnil such 3 survey aitl re- sulting irrigfttton works would run Into a larpe amount of money was The that Southern Alberla I admitted, but Col. Spencer thouslit it wants wiicr and wants blj of j would not in the eni cost more lean 4- ONTARIO'S DEPUTY DEAD TORONTO. Sept. H. CartwrlKhi, who lias been deputy attorney-general for the province of Ontario for the SO years, died Ills home In this city. IU- wis 7S years old, fr I Veterans' j equally anxious to have the 'acts j mand in upon the VKH. Sept. tiie branch of the Great War AssociHttou hlud the uetiQii of the com- before eoins further. menl by the Dominion government of! j.i royal commission lo Investigate WAGSJAFFE1S Heal Seville Orange Marmalade AH Oftjnys anJ jYo care iaSilmPa Irrigation in wuulit in many iiiry men, wto for and definite -pronouncement of the- governmcm's policy regarding the Ir- rigation question. Premier Stewart told the delpealicn that the government was deeply in- terested'in Ih? matter, was already carryins on negotiations'with the do- minion.authorities, and would not in any Tray be 5 means of hunillcapulug or delaying the projects. but that it was not yet in a position to make any t deSnile statement K to what Its fin- ancial arransenientj would, be. Thero was not yet. lie said, surncNnt formation nvallablc to warrani adoption of any seneral scheme: from politic? in wtiich they were noi Bonding irrigable Lands Unert.tlly inuresled. He suggested Col. Nelson Spencer in inlroijui-ine lhet premjer Stewart make a visit'to south country'xey would throw an ubstaele in ike (attend upon the eoverunieut onverl what! way of speedy progress, auj was tawa (o press this ivii :icw prActicallv n liability into'an uot in favor of the smaller projects uounced at tin1 rosular meeting ni esiel Col. pointed out. The I being delayed, it the larger scheme I association lest night. Thu locsl nicni- i ccople were suffering, and the situs-' were lo be insisted npjn. ihe premier i hers of llid association were uunni-' iion was already hid been (slued, he bad no answer butiinous upon Ibis point and determine! Culli provon ili'u irrigation was prac-1 the government wes heartily in syni- to do all in their power lo strengthen t'raalo EKd successful, for irrigate! 1 p.ithy- wilt the irrigation tboory and I tlie hands of the central coiumand In land njd been proved. Tlio govern would, nol in tlir way ot any reJl j tbe reasonable demand upon the ment was therefore asked lo set with j progress ibat Mas feasible and poss- emnieiil for n commission to invtstl- speed in matter and let the people 'iblc. In the meantime amendments igite Ihe requirements of veterans and know Its intentions at an early dme.-l .0 (be irrigation act wow twins prc-i their dcpencleiitb. and Diamonds for the district nrounil j Ared for the next legislature. Macleod. H. J. McDonald told the caL- Tackle Smaller Schcniss IgoverumenL will not bold yon up, you inet minister-' thai Ihe iieoplc of live j Wa3 Premier Stewart's idea tUat i may bp fissured. not one sliovclful Iho smaller local schemes should hi jot dirt need be-dcluyol. lly ilia lime dealt with as they arose from lime to you arc roady to begin can- lime. instead ct wailiuB for Iho whole Uirucliou all points hi'lwccn Ihis government und Oituwa ivill have been settled, anil we will be able to give a warrant the scheme to lie free from politics. tuci projecl. and sonic of the districts lhat Ihc matter lo the cabmc-t, a fall rcy- Oliawa anj confer with Bon. were already sliaiiiug for organization of which met the delesa- TI.O -----'i.. ir The music or the yidrola makes home life a finer thing IT is an entertainer for all of you, an inspiration for each of and a "playmate" where.there are children. His Maker's Voice" RECORDS 90 cents for 10-iuCu, double-sided Tcfl fas Trots Jos. C. Smith's Orch 185S> Airrdi'm; isK'n il II COOKS tna Hut SiT "1 Love You'' Iniig md Jxk 21M59 rWnmli oirf-Docstbor JlA and Doaibnol Ceoflrtj OThri 21MM I'm FoeiTfr Biowin; Wra. Eckslcin'sStrmd Trio i i Foi Trot Pirtre p to dsdml. Ajlc for f.M cop py o oor Mnrxal E.-1C7- litfins 9000 "Hu NUsttr'. Reeori. Hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealers -.ManufitSrfrtd by Berliner Grxm-o-phonc Co., Limited Montrnl VICTROLAS Got rour Vicirou cow iai be prepared for the summer's faa. Tlrtrolas from up. We Invite you to come In on (tore and hear the following necordt: (MIf ybtu Ton Look In the Heart of a Hose ....................Sung by John McCormack Rllnbciv Wvlslon March Arthur Pryor's Hand Splrif of Independence Convvay's Hand Oat tho Foi c. SmllK's Orchestra JUrnj Day Trot C. Smith's orchc-Mra Oh SiwleHeblTo'.Medley One-Slep Van Trio Monto Crlsio Jr., JiiJIey Foi -Trot.... Van Epa Trio 1SK3 Ixillibr BIiK9 Quartette When thoiBeei Make; Money Sunny -By.I.ryfng and Jiff! Kaufman 64730. Scrler Frances. Mason Risch, Limited 1S556 delesa I Anhur Tbe Maclcoa district ,vouu 30OU D0 Io ?0 ahead, It 11 would not remain :i farming country could" make. for unleiE irrigated. Mr. McDonald do soiling their bonds ibey should lii al- clared. lowed lo do Hr.'aes Farm Valuts The government was disposed to S. J. Sbeplierd, of '.ethbriilgt. said looK upon any reruitsl fairly, declared I that the meetings recently hold In Ihe ihe premier, but was noi yet ready to j soutll in tbe Interests of irrigation jsay definilely ivhat it v.-oulil do in the j were the most enthusiastic he lind ever j way of financial assislanco. Some i attendeil. Tht people were greatly in jwints still rcniaineil to be- settled willi earnest about it. aud it was Ills own Ottawa. Io. the meantime, be would] i opinion lhat the governments should not advise ally scheme to ne dclayeil: fis between Ibem Ihe responsibility for anj the dominion ;ovcrnnient would initiating carn'ing on tho work. be urged lo so ahead willi Iho sur- AF 1o the value of irrigation, Mr.; vcys. Sliciihcrd pointed out that tiic j Question ol RcspDOiibllity t district alcnc would yield JS.OOO.WO ill 1 When pressed .by some of Iho dele- 1 farm this ye-ir. and irrigated for an answer in regard lo 1 I land Ihcrc was selling at an acre, j whether or not Ihc government Troulil j Just as good laud close by. without l assume responsibility for the worn, j had no crops. Moreover. Premier Stewart staled frankly Hint: termers could fecvire loans on irrigat- no definite vronamiccnicnt on that cd itnti lo Ibroc or four times the ex-1 point could be made at the present cut on unirri-ated. To hii know- siage. The Alberla government would j ed-c Ihere had been no foreclosures not so inlo the Iriigation business uh-] lil it had full knowledge, and there, i bad not been sufficient time since it. I was first brought up for such know-.j ledge to be gathered. "Uut go ahead willi your said the preinier( at the lost. definite answer." WHEN USING WILSON'S Btpt of Fly Kilters lOc per Packet al all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Our new'fall slock of walchcs and diamonds are here, samples o( winch you will see in our window. Tins slorc lias long been known lo carry [he largesl and fuiesl stock in these lines in Southern Alberta. All makes of high grade reliable walciies arc shown and only dependable diamonds boueKl. ZJ _ LETHBRIDGE'S LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE' 1398 BALMORAL BLOCK _ 1.919'- on Irrigated farms. Merely Question of Money IL would bo Lo organize tlie farmers sutTiciently to construct rrisnliou worts on the scale desired, slated P. S. Lcfflngwell of Warner. One. of.the governments, or both, would liave. to nndcrtake Ihe projecW which wouU furnisli einnloyrucnl for all time, lo come. Walter Huckvalc, o( lleJIcine Hat. assured Iho government that Uiere were no engineering dimcultics in tnc and tliat il Has pimply a ques- tion of money. The iiebple were look- ing to the provincial' government lo find a solution of Uie problem, anil lhe benefits to bo bad from an aflequale irrifalion scheme iverc limit- ess. -Mr. Uuckvale favored tTio crea- lion of seTcral large inigation dis- tricts. A resolution from the Medicine Hat borad of trade asking for early action nn Ihe part of the ?overnnienl rtaa submitted by E. L. Chudleigb. Country lo Dream About Land uonlil be made four times as valuable is al present nnd the ronu- lation wonld be increased four or six times over if Irrigation were inlro- idnccd. claimed Major Eaton, >1. U A. [Tbe south countrr could be made with irrigation a counlry to dream nboul, ho said, for Us cliroaU- olhenrise was Ideal. Major EaSon held tnat if the Domin- ion government should say tbal the salor 'rr.lghl be diverted it would be he duly of Ihc provincial iovern- Jien to guarantee tile bonds. Ejperls wlio would be. able to make a thorough iiirrey of the project should be em- l! would be easier to interest all the people or Alberla. Ihe major .bought, than to ma'kc an appeal lo Iho ol all Ihe dom'roion- Exodut ii Feared An immediae pronouncement of Ihe. Bovernmenl'a polio' iMlr- able said J. II. Woods of Calgary. The HOW A YOUNG AnJ Wu Restored to HoMi Bj L rnUw'i VtfebUe HerMolkr. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.M.C. A, SUNDAY, at achtme proposed TBS a large and com- plicated one, bul ils behefita we're cor- responding and the delegation had no oilier recourse Iban lo place the re- sponsibility' upon Ihe gorerrmeiit. There ivouli no hope or dismay in the south according as that pronounce- ment was snailc Boon or late. hook of Genesis had hcen well and fully written, remarked Mr- Woods, but there was danger ol its being a book of Exodus unless something were soon done in the way of putting water on Hie land. The present, he thought, was one of Ihe greatest opp'jrunllles that IvaS cTcr hcen presented to sny govern- ment in Canada. He had faith In the sincerity of Iho premier but not concerned vrlllt the -JhTercncea be- tween Ihc two governments. Comprehensive Survey Premier Slcwart in answering Ihc delegation, pointed out that It had al- Ireaoy been decided by Iho Dominion; government that it would imueiU'rte I tho Initial surveys or all the country lhat was In.need of Irrigation. The I Dominion "would relaln control and re- Isponslblllly for Ihe As to '.rnaMnK visits io Ottawa the premier j safd he had already made Ihrcc or four such trips for Ihe purpose of dljcus- slnp Ine question, and thai sevcral.of Ihe mosl troublesome points had been cleared up. An entirely nea" phrase of the fiucs- lion been suggested, hwcver, said the premier, In regard to a com- prehensive Eurvcy of Ihe whole dla- Irlct. This wonlil lako a long'lime, and he wa.q noi'ln fnvpi1 of'delaying tlie local schcirics .nl'rcaiir-kpUliig Un- der way In order.thai they inlght be taken Inlb llic proposed general scheme. 'The dominion government waa'nol'yel in possession of RUfficlfint shortage soillh In go'Into a great llrigalion tlndcrlaklng right BredfrjD, K. tmmwt'praist I Ljdlft E. Ptnkham'a boand enougii forwbmt it has for m j diugntei. She 15 ytm Terj jlcV.lj Br.d pile ud (be bid to BUT from school moatof tfae time. She EicTercd igonies from backache anil dizziastf uidwuwitii. outtppctitt. ForUirn rr.onLbj VM under Ihe doctor's can and got no betur, about back and lid< acting I didn't know lo do. IrecdmUupapcn about your vooderful midictae ao I op ray nrndtotrrit baa taken five bottlci 6f Lydli E. Finkhtm'f VegeUble Cora- pocnd and doesn't complain any more withherbicV andiideachtng. flhebil 1 gi'nied in wcirtit and feelsinijcj] I runmmend Lydla E. PiiAhabi'i Vrge- Compoond io all Bothers and Mrs. M. Foams, 51! Mercy Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. For la Kfard such ellmenU to Ljdia E. Pickhaa OB., LTBB, Maw, Speaker -Mr. Ef L, Copeland "The Great Goal Before the Men of 'the Church, or the Challenge of the Master." come along a friend.1 There Please lake special hole of ogr1 new home and will be a the address. PURE FOOD MARKETS PRICES STILL GOING DOWN! Gas in the Stomach Is Dangerous Recommends Daily Uie of Magnesia To Overcome Trouble- CauieeT by Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion, WE WILL SELL TOMOR- ROW CHOICE CUTS OF CHS anil wind In !ho stomach ac- companied by that full, bloated fuel- ing after cntlng arc almost certain evidence of the presence of excessive hydrochloric acid In the stomach, ere. allns so-called "acid indigestion." Acid stomachs are dangerous be- came too much aciti irrllalea the deli- cale lining of the slomacli, n'len leading lo gastritis accompanied by striotis stomach ulcera. Food ferments end court, creating Ibe distressing gas which dlatonds the stomach and hampers the normal functions of Iho vital Internal organs, oflen affecting Ihc hearl. H Is (he worsl cf folly lo neglect sunh n serious condition or lo Irenl ordinary drgcsllTc. alrli whjch have no neutralizing ".fled on Ihc Hlomach olds. Instead get from any druggist 3 taw ounces of Illitirilod Magnesia and lake a Icasjioonful In a quarler glass of water right after CEllng. TOIs will tfrljc E63, wind nnd bloat right out of the lirxly, sweet- on the alomath, iicultallze ihe ticess acid ,nnd prevents ils formation ant Ihcrc Is'no sourness or pain, Blsiir- ntcd Magnesia (In powiler or tan- let liqnld or uillk) hnrrckss lo Ihc slomic.h, Inoipen- elre (o.Uke and the; of for slomncH ti'urpoaes. ft l.i used by (Jiousinds of'people who en- joy their meal.1 with no more fear ol The quality is the bett to be had on the market, and we would suggest that you. a few fopplr at the above prices. When you .boy at any of onr markets are auiired of the stamp approval on Ae handle. P. BURNS CO. Umited Dominion Market Main Market Plrne 1654 Phont 412 and Poultry Market AlbeilA.-isoTcniraeiit ;