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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE Till? DAILY UKRALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 SOUTHERN IRRIGATION SCHEME HELJ) UP WHILE APPLICATIONS REVISED! the various enterprises In every possible "wev. About twenty-five altenjcd (to meeting and a live interest was test In ihc subject vhich is just now, (Eptclal lo TH. Jlf.-ll-J) SIAGRATH, sSopl. ths treclleu of the South Irrigation dis- trict, petitions anj applications for Tvhlcb Bent several months age, Is halted because of certain dis- crBpanc'es in tho petitions forwarded Ihc department of public Etdo public a: a meeting of Irri- j (cr u-fj Ji-irkt, and C. F. gallon enthusiasts in the (own 0. Ksyraoud. were in attend- ntll lilt Christian occu- anM enQ add'res3cd matins. -pled the chair, and be aud T- .1. O- Brlac, of Raymond, uho recently visit- ed ia the interest of irri- gation development, ware the priocl- spcaters. Among the many hope- Ins doivn (here soon an eipert chemist who ivill make certain soil in tho irrigation belt, which will show, you Iliat we to the chans- Ins conditions and building for tho' Mr. toM the speak- er Mr. O'Urleu., "Keep Uf the FisM" Mr. O'Brien's revert was brief but to the point. "Archie MacLeaius ad- is lo keep up tbe fight cot lai one minute In (his tight- for said Mr. O'Urlen. He ex- plained just what steps wouM 1.0 be tiow taken in compiling tbe peti- tions agalff ami preparing (hem ouce juore for ihe department. Must Grow Hay Now Among the oilier speakers nt the meeting H. Uradshaw. who gave some very logical ADDITIONAL SPORT BIG MINORS PIAN Whrtltout That Skating Rink? POST SEASON PLAY v v v Hockey Fiends Getting Anxious absorbing of j was" absolutely llaymoiid liourd of'TraJe: Thos. J. He SaW lhal O'Urleu. who Is tte Irrigation :i, Report of DtleqztiQt A report of tlielr trip to Ihp capital ful things expressed b_r these senile submitted by Mr. Jensen. He spoto In highest terms ol their cordial recapi'on at the hands ol Mr. Maclean men WP.S theWseaEfl ibai HOD. A, J. and his dcpartrceci. Tcgelhtr. sr.M MacLean of public -works, J Mr. JeiiEfn, Iher venl over The apuli- is an avowed advoctU cl and is ready and ES arc his colleasues in ibe goreriiment, to as- 1 prince Hotel !H TORONTO InCertraof Shopping end Businsss District 250 ROOMS ;CO m'.'il Prtila Ei'J-l PLAV west were tho graziug lands c[ (h and with thia ihf storkuien were race to (ace with proposliioii of feeding. The day of cheap hay is past." said Mr Urddshaw, and Ihe production of alfalfa and other made possible only bv irrigrtllon, Is ihe one solution lo tho problem. This year we have the spectacle ol thou- sands of head ol catlle helng shipped out ol the country simply tecause the har iras not the speaker. He cited the case ol Grtoley, Colo., showing that betoro Irrigation waa put iDto operation ihere the coun- Irr was ebsolutely worthleis. Today it Is one ot tne greatest Block-feeding ol tho United Elates, enjoy- log a steady, stable prosperity. Mr. cations and readily saw that there wero several Irregularities and omis- sions. They were told that this was the oclj- obslacle delaying tfce erec- tion of" the district inio a regular (rrlgallon, district as provided Tor in the act, and as soon as the petitions, applications and descriptions were all la and found to agree perfectly wlthj repeal Itself, and this country would t ihe records in the departmental offices. wicuess the same kind ol prosperity Lhe project would receive tho ratifi-1 if the country was brought "under tho cnilon or the department and the olcc-t lion called. i Tonight a similar meeting was held Dean Howes Interested Haymond and ihe saiA enthusiasm Mr. Jensen lurllier slated they were j prevailed. Ttc work on the npnllca- shown over the university nnd esperi- mental farm by Proi. Howes, dean of the college of agriculture. Mr. Howes informed them that in hla opinion ir- rigation was the one great factoY in agricultural development in Southern Alberta .led that he stood solidly be- hind ihc movement. are send- RED SEAL BUT-A-PATS Bradshaw was suro that history would lion lor the erection ol the disiricL on the way again, and it is cpnfldently espeqted luat ill a few weeks it will receive the 0-K- of the department, What'i going to be dene about a skatlnt rink this winter? K't about time the L. A. A. A. was taking a in this quei- lion zc many enquiries are being rriaJe and people are anxious that winter iport be livened up once If L. A. A. A. Is going to do nothing to provide a rink, Corp. Rebtr, D. C! M., one of the miln- sUys of the Lethbrldge hockey team In past will provide one. .He fs anxious lo Vnctv what the aisoclation Is going to do be- fore he lays any plans. Judge Jack i on, president of the L. A. A. A. Is home again, and no doubt there will soon be some- thing doing about wintr.r sport. A meeting should be called at an early date to discuss matter at any rate. Provided a rink Is furnltlied U It likely there will be a hockey league framed up. At least four teams are talked of. The Veter- are all ready to Jump at the word "go." A school league to leach the junlpra the game ti also spoken of. It would be a fine thing lor the beys to get them or- ganized and playing >thls truly Canadian game this wlntvr. A. A. Teams Will Met I Winners of International and Cout INDIANAPOLIS, tnd.. Sept. 12. tentative plane in- ncunced here, today by Pretldent Thomas J. HlcVey, of the Ameri- can Association, the winner of the Association pennant will play the champions of the PacKIc Coast League, and the Assoclatlan (earn which flnlihes will play the Baltimore team, which hat the International League pennant tewed up. AV1XNIPKO, Sept. ucwlj ianlzed Caiiadlau AuiiUur Lacrosse Association completed its tuslncsi this morulnr by oltctinp olUces Tor the next year and arransiuE minor Ue- lalta In connection with the ncit Louruej- wlilch ILBS lecn olfcred tc Iho Brltifh Columbia braucu. The tollowliiE officers wero olfctcd: Honorary jirestdcuL Sir JoUn Kaiou; president, A. C'oo, vice- jtileuts, If. V. FoTflcr, Vnccouvur, and F. C. Waghorue, Toronto. F. M. KcNy, Victoria, Drltlsh Columbli; O. B. lloldeii. son, Htskucliewnu. J. II. Moir, tM- mocitoD, Alberts; Leu Smith. Ontario; W. O. Grabnm, ilnnltobn. Secretary-treasurer, floss Doivuan. Old Country Football Scores N-. Sept_ Kool- IF STATELY DIGNITY Is voar chojce for a monament ive fcrj ready lo sabmlt a rarlety cf designs. Lethbridge Monumental Works' -.Blh Scvlh. Slate Guard Fires to Disperse Bayonels Then Used ball resuHs: First Division lilickburu, 2; Burnley, 2. Old ham. P. 0; Newcastle, 0. Derby. 3; Bradford City, 0. Liverpool, 2; Ashtoc, 1. Manchester City, 1; Eolton. 4. 1; Sheffield UuUcd, Q. Preston, 2; Mancbealcr, United, 3, Sheffield Wednesday, 0; Notts County, P, Sundc-rland, 1; Arsenal, 1. Broraewich, 4; ETcrton, 2. Second Division Biriuinsham, -1; Csres'-rr. 1. 0; Stockporl, _. Bristol. 0; Lincoln, 0. Clapton, if; AVolverhamptoD, 0, GriinesLy, H udders fie Id, 0. Leicester, 3; FUlbam. 2. Xott Foss, 0; Barnley, 0. Rotherham, 0; Wcsiham, 1. Stoke, 1; Blackpool. 0. TotteDham. 2; South Shields, 0. tomorrow afternoon, when tbey wonj their games today. Tho const team added to their MS margin "over" Ed- monton by winning 5 to 1 ID the game this" afternoon, wkila the Tegs again took (he measure of (lie SI. ot Toronto by an eight lo four count in the fcaltim game of Ibo double bill. TJie Togs excelled la nil depart- ments of the gaino and though tho (easterners Sought Lack bard they I wero hardly a match for tho local 01- Tho locals took n Uvo-goal lead the first, session and were norer tieaded. Fez CaJecdmi ipplr to Utc Banu-. School rc-opens SepL 17th for Boarders; Sept ISth [or Day Pupils. New Boarders enter Sept. ISth. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit Nourishing, pure and healthful Makes brain and muscle. Children and trown-tips like them. In Siriped Packcgtt Qntf NORTH-VEST BISCDIT CO. LIMITED 41 BUY Mass., SepL wom- an and a man Tverc shot at Bovlston and TreiDont streets this morning'tlur- ms an attempt of the steto suards to loiterers move on. The man was killed and the was in Ihc knee. The man had engaged, in an argument ivith one of the stale guards wlio ivas trrps 'o clear the'space near the entrance to the subway. The man and taken Into a drug store 'wbile others or the slate Eiiard, with, 'fixed bayonets'- dispersed the -quickly gath- ering. crowJ. A city hospital ambul- ance remored the body and the wound- ed iroman. Twtnty-Sfx Go Back "BOSTO.Y, Mass.. Sept. sym- patlibetlc action ot 53 policemen ot the Metropolitan Park fores, wlio re- fused to serve In the city nlght lost mucli of its strenglh the return to duty of 25 of the qfilcera and their acceptance of assignments to duty in the cily.' These officers rat- rolled beats In Lhc south Boston dts trict last night. Lieut Vogel, ot the .Melropolilan force, said tboy on duly to roainUln law, ralner than lo take places of slrikers. Will FIN Vacancies Mass.. Sept. Commissioner Curtis today announced that the posts deserted liy striking j policemen were vacant_and that hs would proceed to (ill them, Cily is The city was generally quieL toflay and business went on as usual- Flaymcnd Gaisl, 01 DorchesUr, was hot anil killed -when he resisted ar- csl -near the corner of Trcmont and loyston streets. He was said he re- used lo move on nnd when prodded with bayonet altcrnnted lo seize a d's gunr In Ihe excitement which ollbwed and ivhlle the crowd wan he- Be dlspcrEed a shot was fired, wound- cg Jacques, o.f. Jloxbury, who aa paaaing. GoTcrnor promptly en- dorsed the altitude of the police com- missioner. "I noo will be guided by .lie opinion" ol Ihe he Enid. Com pars' Opinion NEW YOHK, SepL 'crmerl or the action of Police Com-. mlasloner Cards, "of Boalon, (n de- ilarinj vacant the post o[ the slrik- Ing policemen there, Samuel Uomp- fers said: "I suppose he fs willing to aiaumc the responsibility tfor the conse- quences ol his Ho would make no further comment Today's Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE irst R- H King Albert and Queen Elizabeth ot Belgium will arrive In AVasliington I Oct. 1, UIGV will be the first royal guests ever entertained at toe Whlto House. LIFT OFF CORNS WITH FINGERS WitK the Quality sealed in the Can In 1, Rnd 2 It. fne frotind for percolators. WrileforboolOel: "Perfect It's CHASE 5 SANBORN MONTREAL CincinnaU .1 nnd O'N'eill; HiiuUier and 1'irst Game Philadelphia Pittsburg' Smith and Clarfe; ichuiiill. IV II. E. 1 '2 0 -I S 1 Carlson and AMERICAN LEAGUt H. iiig 1 SL lyOiiig New Tgrk Solhcron. Mogridgc and Hanna'n. Second St. Louis II. E. 5 1 17 0 Severcidi H. S IS Doesn't hurt a bit and only few cenU cosl< Gallia. Lielield and Seycreiil; Thor- nalilcn, Qjlcs, Shore ant] Knel. 1L H. E. Chicago S" 10 Oj Fbiladelihla 2.7 -3 IjOwderniilk acd Sfl'.alk; Zlnn, Xay- lor, Kinncy and rcrtins. n. H. E. Cleveland............ 1 1 Boston............ 3 0 1 Mjers., Hagby and Kussell, Iloyt and Schang. Shorten the Molt JESS cyn'l lir ir. In i Ji'.k cf afl tiawttfi mo'.t ttd gEL Ux milling, Iks? m Ico tOI7 II lUj crilltil a rf nri.iclici fnu bick en lit joii. POULTRY REGULATOR girti Ihwn i Jjfclj -Uiroujh molt, ir.-J to rrJit turli 1hsn Jjjlrj T ird MZ r f TATT IJJCF irrio O-.fm o ixrloiil ]ou ol prwiu. up ihtpollfU, I Uch licttr? In the l_ TTJ it MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED tfr, TT. A, TIT Tnlb Cclfiij, inllrt: ''I bare bur, utfr.r 1 rwluy. wi-iic oa.U.s ft! a ind, J it ths 'ttlilK t.' 017 Cxi." (3-dij- frwi jmr dtiler. prlcti pai 'nli. lw lie Tht Ouarjntted Slock PRATT FOOD CO. WINNIPEG WILL MEET IN FINALS IN- LACROSSE WIS'.Vrl'EG, Sept. Winnl. pes Victoria teams (worked into ihe of Ihc Canadian amateur lacrosse championship to be decided DALHOUSIE'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY. ALIFAX, X. S., Kept. The persistent rain prevented holding any of Iho open air events ot Die Dal- houslo ccntennary celebration yester- day, except Iho procession from the collega flite lo the new camnu-i and the dedlcalioa of the Btoncs of the ordinal building on tho cllr liall Btiuarc. There wero meu In the pro- ccsalon who carried the banner of the year I860. In Ihc aflcrnoon thero wero read addressea at He college on Dalhoualc, past and future, followed by theatricals. Al night Ihcro was a re-union of with supper, a smoker and dance. The celebration closes today, all the events being sch- eduled for Vie open air but the wealh er has ,not been promising. MAN OF WAR WON i DEWIONT HARK, N.V., Sent. The futurity handicap at turlbnga, one of the turf handicaps won by Man of "War, Id lo 12, 10 to and out; John P. Orler. 6 lo 1, 7 (o 5, l.to Domlnlqus (no price Ihjrd. The race the beat Iwo year olda.Jn tho country-' together. The stake this year was vrorlli abcra and (ho wJnnfng ownPr'n sliart van around Mandolins Guitars Banjos Wo hare a.T excellent slock ot Ihc'abofe and arc agents Cor nil toe celebrated makers. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Our Elock of Steel Guitars, Ukuleles, Accessories and Music is tho moat exteuslrc In the proTlncc. -We also re- pair Instruments and guaranUf J. G. HARPER i CO. Building Phone 765 I7rop a liUJo Freezont? idling corn, inslanliy that corn stops LurL- ing, {hen you lift it right ouL A liny botMc of B'reezone costs TuiL a few cents al anyTtniE slorc, but Is sufficient lo remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between Ihe tbcr-, nnd the calluses, without sorcaess 01 irritation. Frcezono Is the eensalional-cllscov- .cry of a Cincinnati genius. II Is won- A Timely Reminder! Now is the tjme to have all of your winter suits, fur overcoats, etc., ;'V? We haye spent several (housand'dollars on plant and equipment especiilly designed for this. work. It is the.only plant of its kind in the provincc.south o( Calgary. It completely'removes ihe smell of'gas- pline. _ GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED GIVE US A TRIAL OUR AND SERVICE" Lethbridge Laundry Co., ltd, PHONE 451 BIG DANCE The North Baseball Clnb Will hold (heir Ijrat- ilance or .the .season in (ho K.. P. HALL on MOD., Sept 15 Ilanclng from !1 till extra lad- les, 50c. 230-3 find all types of glasses for all types of men, women and children here at a Very' ate range of Distinction iii Glasses Glasses are a part of a person's personality. If properly suited they lend not ihey injure the appearance. We have spent much time in the study of glasses, and their relation lo personalities. Our service provides glasses that not only cor- rect the vision, and fit, hu! add'to the appear- ance. J. M. Henderson Sight Specialist at R. A. Wright's Balmoral Block ;