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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, '1H20 Grain Crop of West Varies From Bumper to Average to Very Poor it on the Whole Wtst Will This Ytar Reap Best in Several Years Daublanc. conditions are seoerally lor a favorable crop aud a satisfactory harvest is promised. Summarized briefly, advices would indicate that the grain output of the west this season will bo larger than _ AUE. Canadian !everal seasons pisl. There are Cauadiiu National railway I lloor jtl a few localities hut crop report issued today and cover- j average and bumper ones in must dis the entire country from Rainy iricts. Hail is tlie only cause or ilam-, River to the western boundary of! aje so far reporict.' The alarm rival-1 Alberta shows that raius last week over the grasshopper early broke a prclrifiied hoi spell that ihe summer iloej not now seoui lu affeclins hoth farly and been justified, as little (Jamase brdps In almost every part of that ev i has been ilone by the insects, teriiiye territory aail have vastly jnj to latest reports, proved prospects. The rye harvest be i ]r, the Heresford district, GOOD RAINS IN SASKATCHEWAN SASKATOON. AUE. showers lisve fallen yesterday and today practically every point lu Central Saskatchewan, according to telegraphic reports received by the Star'todftv. A slow rain, appareDUy begat] here at H and is still falling. !i Wll ffSIUIZ FUME NEW YORK, Aug. The suspension of trading i __ ________ _....._., south- c. last week Ic Ihe three I wesl of Uraniion. threshing operations and a lev farmers nrf cut-'were commenced Tuesdav on the farm Ming their wheat, bnl the harvest will' of U'.J McComh who has sixty acres not be general until neit vfrt. of rye, which he expects to yield about Wheat oil summerfallowed i :0 bushels to the acre. land is rapidly and under j 'Ihe influence of recent r.iine. late sown crops arc developing rapidly and j Jglve promise of fair yields. In Southern Manitoba where condi lions are most favorable, Ihe harvest will be in swing in a few and by the middle of the month the WII III I u VI thresaers will be at Reports from the Portage Pralr- .ic. Oladstoue. Ridins .Mountain, Ross- burn, Dauphin and Swan River and Canora districts are of a cheersug na- ture. There is considerable improve- ment in the Xeepawa district compar- ed with u fortnight ago. In the cen- tral sections of Saskatchewan and Al- berta good crops are expected every- excepting in a limited district which Saskatoon is the centre. nattieford. Lashburn, Lloyd- minster, Vegreville. Vermilion, Kd- monton. Athabasca and in the districts south lo Calsary. such as Big Valley, Siettler. Donald, Meeting Creek. Catii- j'ose, Alliance, big yields are looked for. St-rious daniape by hail is re- poried from Wayne, Itoseliud and Rea- land, Alta. This is ID the Rosebud coal mining district south of Druruheller. Front Drumheller east through Al- berta and Saskatchewan to Deliele and gles of congregations should be from the, clfalr a. strict mandate vrss given lhat be- tween the present sitting of the court and that to be held neir February each congregation sbould collect every scrap of information con- cerning its past, niiil have It available lor the committee's use. The Forward Movement Schras. organfter lor the nvitrd Movement of tbe i-'anrch, I spoke of the signal success that hail attended tbe effort through the Do- 'minion. This Presbytery, because, of who has removed from Ibis oily, anil Capl. the Rev. -W. H. Muncaster. ot Nobleford. was unanimously elected to succeed him. The Referendum Vote Her. A. C, Bryan gave an address on the forthcoming vote on prohibi- -1 tlou, brimful ot practical information Orders Given for Historical [decided that the erery member can-1 for thoss who aro conducting the anti Jiacleod Presbytery Holds conditions, was in "the area in 7 cwhscii the fiuaniial program was'de 'porlunt bession Here and mi raii; jt hlu] uow beim his cvwn hand a goverument clieque tur deferred par, as a thank- offering. The-cauvaflt) should go bard after ILe man ''why was on the edge of things." who oftan proved a more real sympathizer than had been sus- pected. Reference was made to Ihe excellent service ot Mr. Wallace. Ono nt the features (it the gaUu'i'- ing was-a Key, Dr. Ferguson presided. Kev, A, H. Denoon gave a dress. BRITISH CROP OUTLOOK LONDON. Aug.. Canadian bridge convener of the Forward More-j 3S1D luere hM been a meut coiuuiltlee ot the, steady increase in the of England, due to- tba goterntneut )HI- llc.v of encouraging thu production of foodetutfu. A record crop is ei- pected this year, but the, outlook for the fruit crop is poor. Of applet anil pears onU 20 per cent, of the average is expected, and the small fruit crops are also below average. Fads to be Gathered WHEN USING WILSON'S FLY PADS READ DIRECTIONS J CAfi.fUUY AND HIP Pri'shytery 01 Mac. lead take Its holiday, or does it eel iheltt yesterday aiid today in Knoi 'church herer -and net even distemper CHICAGO, Aug. the first and paint ill church and vss'.r'es. time in the history of golf an open; and the fact lhat the members o! the tournament was played today' over COurt were sent quickly underground two IS-hole links nn grounds 'of j the basement, sulliced to inter- the Olymiiia fielits -caunlrj-. club. b-islaess nud Ihe interesting' so; where all the leading tournament intercourse the gathering. Mr. fesslcnals-contested the Hrsl 36 holes j. D. the moderatorf for.tlie openins championship .of the.; presided, arid he Was siipporinl-by Mr. Western Oolf Association. Play. !t nendc-i-eon. Pincher Crwh. an ei- Btarted at S o'clock on -both courses: moderator treasurer of the Pres- and those who 'played'" the" Bryaa. Taher. was numljer cue In the morning, used, t'. own place, at the clerk's ia'j'o, course number two In the afternoon. I Dr. J. T. Ferguson. Mis- This arrangement will pennlf'all lo whose' wise vass was 10 take place between Sept, 15 and Oct. 15. The experience they had gathered showed them how Irtily Ihe heart of the people was with them. One returned man had put Into P Tlin I I n. i i It i OIVH uyci illlt U U CM lj under Greek escort. He was- cap lured by the Greeks shortly after Kawara the convener of tbe Home Mission Kay. committee, on'ail ciuestious ol Internal Prominent French Violinist on Plat- form with Assisting Artists Ferdinand FiHion Is coming to Chautauqna. Introduction of Missionaries A pleasing fcaluio o! tlia gatberinfi was tlie presence ami brief address from uew-coniers iuto tbe district, and especially fronj the stndeut missinu- This announcement will deeply doing summer duty on their terest all music lovers and particular-! "elds. ly devotees of violin musk'. ilev. Mr" Aylward told of the ot the contract for the erec- briiliant young French arlist is a cou-j "on of the new and handsome church cert violinist of recognized standing! at Cardston, and of the way in which In the world of music. He plays a Du Salo'viulin. made In the local congregation was responding to the gevnerous policy of the Forward the sixteenth century, ami one ol ther Movement committee towards tha best Instruments in existence.. His! movement. Miss Jlose. a lady mis- assisting artists In the two recitals on i stonary of the chnrt-h. told of her the fifth-day -will be tiabrillc Clans, j work at llardieville, and Mr. Law- dramatic soprano, and Trances rente, Mr. Coles, and Mr. Bruce Gray .pianist. GOOD NEWS, LADIES! NEW YORK, Aus. described various features ot their own fields. In regard to Sunday school development it was mentioned .that no fewer than-three agents ot the will be less expensive this fait owing are "'-work this summer in to the success of "the four seasons! :iluerla- Planting new Sunday schools for millinery" campaign, it was .an- nonnced here today at the tall fash- in places where none heretofore have Ion show of the Ketail Millinery As- sociation of America. LONDON SOCIALIST____________ CONGRESS HEADQUARTERS has quarrelled with In GENEVA, Ang. '4.-The Socialist congress in session here voted yes- terday to remove its headquarters History in the Making The Presbytery has a Historical committee which at present, has about Ihe same output as a Hour mill which elevator peo- their occupation, of Adrianople. from Bmssels to London; pie. It scorns almost incredible that the changes iili Southern Alberta should be so that'already the story of the founding and early strug- Importation carapaign which will cul- minate with on October 25. Incidentally he mentioned that re- turned meu are to have the prefer- HUB 40 gallons of alcohol lu his ence as poll Maglslrale Siassie of Port Colborue has fiued Siuienowsky, cleaner aud presser ot lhat .town, }1.000 for hav- ot business. 10 Days Clearing Sale STARTING TUESDAY, AUGUST 3rd, we will clear out all Women's Oxfords, Pumps and.White Shoes at 20 p.c. off. Also all lines of Children's Slippers, Sandals and White Shoes at 20 p.c. off. We must make room for Pall Shoes, so drop in and see the prices on Oxfords, etc. NO. RESERVE. STRICTLY CASH. NO APPROVALS. NO MONEY REFUNDED. De Wolfs Shoe Store 608 THIRD AVENUE Saving Opportunities for Thursday, Friday and Saturday in CLARKE'S ALTERATION SALE Carpenters are busy with saw and hammer; things all over tlie store are more or 'less topsy-turvy; but.what we lack in service and shopping comfort while alterations are progressing, we more than make up in the splendid savings featured throughout every department and in every line of merchandise for" present and future use. THIS IS FINAL CLEARANCE TIME FOR ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE AND AS IT HAPPENS TO BE ALTERATION TIME AS WELL, -THE COMBINATION OF CIRCUMSTANCES IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GREATEST LIST OF SAVING OPPORTUNITIES EVER PUBLISHED BY THIS SEE THAT YOU GET YOURSHARE. SPECIALLY PURCHASED CHILDREN'S DRESSES Sizes up to 14 Worth up'to rJ verity dozen in this fresh iiew lot, just to hand by express and when you figure the cost of materials these ddys you will find that you can buy the finished garments for no more than the price of the yardage, r I PJ t Vj I Nu H A M O lit O 1 U..UU.1W All hats worth lo s. Hundreds of useful end? at next to nothing prices, ;