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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE IOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE KERALD-STAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST lATHRRlDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN COALDALE HAS MILLION BUSHEL GRAIN CROP IN SIGHT THIS DISIlj ILL BEEIOT Wircs U> Winnipeg Hot-Jn Ef- fort to Induce Elevator. i Men to Act-.- v? Coaldale has a million-bushel grain crop and one lone elevator to market it through. !t may be a million and a half can, but it will be a million bushels anyway. Coaldale .must-'.have more ele- .vator accornmodation or tfiere will be the greatest grain .congestion at the 'irrigation centre' in the history of Southern Alberta, and there have been some bad ones In times past. So today, 33 a result of a meet- ing held last night by the U.F.A. local and mernbers, of the Coal-, .dale Commercial Club, the wires to Win'nlpeo are burning with urging- .elevator inter- ests to'flct busy and get In, on a good Coal dak wants to see two new elevators raising their structures toward thelsky within a fortnight. And it won't be the fault of the special committee, composed of H. A, Suggitt, chairman; George Kerr andLiFrank Knapp, if this doesn't come to pass. Ji four miles east of needs an elevator. "I don't know liow big the Coal- dale cro'n1 is eaid Mr. Suggitt to the Herald. "The grain is so heavy that it car.Tt be estlma.ted. But even at 25 bush- els averatje we -wilt have ovar ,a rnllllgn and we must have mojre" elevators'." The nieetjritj Thuradzy night also rfealt with the'.'-hay question and strong exception taken to' the predictfon of Ray Knight, lead- ing rancher of the south, that the price would be eight or ten dol- lars per ton. The Coaldale farm- ers decided that they wouldn't be stampeded into sacrificing their hay. ..There Is a.good market In B.C., while Ontario wants alfalfa. The price to be around the present figure of for alfalfa and for timothy. RANCHING COMPANIES ARE INCORPORATED The Kaldcrson Ranching Cd., with headquarters'at. LcthbrMge, has "been incorporated with a capital stock of 20.000. -The MorrlM .Ranching Co., headquarters .here in- cnrjioratcd .vitli a'.capftat ot Forest Mills ris the najhe. of a new conipany incorporated- Clares- holm .as. tho head Qffice" and thia capi- lai r--; doriiior's Novel To Be Heal Caniidian Screen with a Western Background "The Foreigner" will soon bo ihe screen for the benefit ot'Canadian movcy was Uie: announce- ment Kuu. Bishop, man- ager of tho Phoenix theatre, yesterduy in a communication -From, the Domin- ion Film Company, Inc., >hieh is a bl the First National Cir i cult, vitti producing studios at Los 1 tVngelos, California; Ralph Connor's worts will be put on !hc screen by this company (continuation of the campaign for more Canadian pictures in "Canada. For some lime tho Dominion government uag been encouraging "the 'producing of Canadian films by companies oper- Eling In Canada and at one time prom-. fsed to financially assist one company The Rhyming 'Optimist Aline Mlctiaelh.) Ii is fine to know the story ot your ;ood old family tree; branches 'u1l of glory make a spiffy pedigree. There are bill few like trailing c great to his liar; often failing, still not quailing till you know you have him there. it's great to say: "Back yonder. In teu-hundred-nmety-three, my .-tenth cousin had a dozen ships that sailed the Chink 'My great-grandma dwelt iu splendor 'In a castle, built Spain; she vra: dstrUy, living quaintly, ninety servants in her train. And icy grcat-great-auut Matilda was tho belle ot every ball; there each suitor thought her cuter than million dollar doll." Thus your nifty line of converse, touching on your family tree. Folks grow jealous, you're so zealuus showing oft your fami-lce. But it has been known to happen, that Borne trees once tall and splendid and well tended; now have nearly petered out. Noble" knights and lovely they aro fine for family trees; but, however, they-will never help you earn >-our_.bread and Ancestors arc sions and If you do not lose your head' over splendid days long ended, and decline to work for bread. It is well to keep the glory of year fanjily tree in view; but''tis needful-to be heedful when Its care is up to you. Miners Will Meet Rotes, at Eck- storm Park in First Colon- ial Cup Game Expect a Crowd Over Three Civic Holiday Outing J Plans are being completed to give veterans' widows, orphans and sweet- hearts a good time at .the Experimen- tal; farm "on'Civic holiday. Today a IB being made to obtain motor cars to take the plcmcers out to the farm and arrangements are being icado for'races. Those in charge of affairs expec: fully th-ree hundred people to attend and-for that number a large number of raotor cars and trucks neces sary.' Secretary TurcplUj would, he pleased to hear from any motor car owner who'can yossibly oblige with 'the .use ot his car on that day. Mr. Turcotte also wants those intending to go to the picnic to send lu their names to telephone number 372. Particular attention will he paid to children this year. The program -for' 'that day devoted largely