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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALLTHBLOCAt NEWS WHERE YOU EXPIBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST LETHPR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Southern Atherta's Wheat Crop WUl Average Around 23 Bushels per Acre Eastern End of District Woold Do With in Many Places Next Week and Will General by Already Grain Ripeijiiig Past. of w. oata and thirty of barley, acre, twenty-five bushels of oiU, thirty Caltiug of wheat will start next week In many localities In southern Alberta and will be general by _ tbo end "of the following week. Many estimate that wheat cutting will bo in-full swing by August The average yield promises to-be In tha neighborhood ot twenty-tire? bushels for the some Jistficto especting as high ns thirty bushels an acre of wheat while others run below t ten' bushels. Reports received today by The Her show that crops between Leth bridge and Dunmore have been'on some good. decline during the past two weeks ow-1 spring Coulee, condition good. There :k of rain, -Some points Weather bean dry. Blacktu. condition Expect yield f twenty bushels an acre ot wheat, of and thirty of barley. Veatbar has been fine and warm. Maseppa, condition good. Expect the time yields ai at Ulickle. No rain during iaapMt Klpp. condition poor. We alter has been hot and dry. Monarch, condition poor. Weather lias -been- dry and warm. Brocket, coddllldn good. Expect twenty boabeto to aef% ot wheat. Will gtart cutting Macleod, condition good. Weather has been dry. Plncher. condition good.: Weather has been warnrwkh no rate: Lundbreck, condition good. Brery- thlng Is'growing fine Raymond, condition good. Groin is ripening fast Magralh, condition good. Ilain yfooid jng to the lack i that reported good crops have dropped to fair. Estimates from tho eastern end of the line run- around tea and twelve hushclR of wheat to the acre. Estimates on oals run from forty to sixty-live bushels an acre, .with most 'is places cipoetius forty bushels. Is lots of moisture. Cardston, condition good. There Is lots ot moisture. .Dunmore, condition fair. Kxpec yield ol twenty bushels o( wheat an acre and thirty ot oats. Cutting start cd Jnly 29 and there has been no rain Seven Persons, condition fair. Cut A few points, such-as those cast of! started on August 5. Ixjthbrldge are estimating thirty bush- els. The bsrliyiyleM-ls-iMBMlotl to average thirty buBhcU !n 'most places In tho south. Among the points where harvest Tvill start 011.August 20 aie: High Hiver, Claresbolni, bridec. Points" wheat cutting earlier .which. vElartcd July 29, Whitla, where a little cutting is proceeding. Winnifred is in. Eamc posilion, and so are Seven Persons, Grasey Lake. New Dayton and'Warner. Rye cutting is" proceeding at-Fin- castle and JS. finished at Xobloford, ,where threshing is proceeding on the results, of the cutting on three, thous- and acres. The-following-reports have been re- ceived Do 'Winton, c6nditlon-ot crops good. Weather has been warm -during the past week with no damage. AMersyde, condition good with One of barley .and of Vestier has.been hot and dry. Stirling, condition pjod'. 3rain Is ipeulne fast. New Dayton, condition good. Cutting will commence on August 12. Warner, condition good. Four per ent. damage- and cutting will commence neit Coutta, condition fair. Weather baa been dry and warm. Manitoba Harvest. WINNIPEG. Aug. will .general next week-In Manitoba, olllclils of the Dominion-provincial bureau 'said ttday. added that there' V.SE already, a de- .for workers in some1 districts nhore harrest are already under way. first trains of harreaters from the east are eipected to arrije lu Win- ulnci; Wednesday the mun will have no difficulty in linking work at good Mages, labor officials said. The Rhyming Optimist (By Allno Here comei Jinuoy Johnson, kick- ng: "Oh, why doiiT jon out Sent? I would like some pick- US, but my' are not bright. merry should.'1 stumble, on a ;old of diamond jnlne. .My requests .ire rery lack is not in my line." Here comes Sally Simple "I ihouli' a belte; it's a job that is not'tryiii; any one could do it well. Yet me many 2 season now for Billy little dollt, guile devoid of or reason knowing'naught but fol-de-roli. Bu there is scant use eipeelinx folks pick nifty queen when .tlwy keeps right on Mlectlng frumps Arabella Green." Tell. me. did it erei strike all yojir rait compUiains crew, all the ttibusands built like ro'u. that the fault. No erne's i> always shin- ing, but some, folks can emphasize how clouds hare a silver lilting 111 they to half their size. ThoiiBU a hurricane may ower on the gloomy horizon they; don't fret about itn power, for Ihey say: "We'll sun." mav nerer chance to Etombki on a first-class diamond'mine, but you do not hear them grumble; they claim every day Is fine. -Busy biiuch, wbo hammer gaily as e'ach morning comes In view, to get out of trouble .daily better find what's wrong Juvenile Sport Program liorvestiiis starts on August Aldcrsvde'.conditkm good witb fine Treatb.or." .start, on Wh'Itla, condition fair. There is some cutting. Winnifred, condition fair. Expect yield of ten bushels an acre.of wheat, thirty-five of oats, thirty ot barley and eight' ot flax.' Cutting started on Aug- ust 2., Bow'lEland, condition fair. Weather has been hot without rain. Burdett. condition fair. Cutting started on August 5; Grassy Lake, condittou fair. Expect yield of welya bushels ot wheat an r.cre, thirty of oats and tten of flax. Wheat cutting will thci first of the week. J'orple Springs, condition good. Cut- ting of rye Is now proceeding. Taber, condition good. Grain is rip- ening fast. Coalilnle, i-ondltion Expect yield of 30 bushels to" acre of wheat, fifty bushels ot, forty of barley iind fifteen of flax. good. Expect 'yield of twenty-five bushels an acre pi wheat, thirty of oats, twenty-five of barley and ten of flax. Cutting will But There Will Be Enough to Go Round if'Farmers Co-operate Binder twine supply cannot he char acterized as abundant but there is Remains of Mrs. Moe Are Forwarded to Lethbridge to The Herald) CHANBROOK, B.C., Aug. closing chapter ot the saddest incident in the history of'this district in re- cent years has taken place this week end with the finding of the body of Trades Council and Veterans, Will Co-operate to Slage Big Event Labor Day promises to be frill of interest for clliuns. The Trades and l.abor Council and the Great War Veterani Association have combined to stage a monster sports day on that occasion, September C. It a possible the LCA.A.A. also loin bauds for Ihls aJfalr. Al present a footbsJl game is between the Kraxmeuts and the Calgary C.P.H. team tor Uiat day and it Is quite likely that Ibis game will j brought under the general provi ,.-m. The Trades and Labor Council s trying to bring back those good old days when the entire town turned out celebrate- the workingman'a own holiday. Very little work been done so far on ths program for the day but committees hate .been appointed by >y the G. W. V: A. and the labor cbun- lo do this and progress will be rapldl? made. It is considered likely the sports will be held at Hendorron Park.__________ Sam Page, a Junk dealer of Bucy- rus, Ohio, hail a writ served on him for the harness ot his horse. Whila Sam was doing business one day, constable .took tie harness off his horse, and the animal.was standing the bare poles" when the junk man came bacx. There xis a considerable falling oft In the number who took ad- vaulage of the swimming at the Hen- derson .Lake last Tuesday but this as probably due to the day having aeen changed. Remember from two to half-past- four. Al- ways read this column for announce- ments. .We hope lust Mr. E. L. Pet- boys' work secretary of the FROM POLICE COURT TO HARVEST FIELD sufficient to supply-all the needs in Mrs. A. C. Moe qfjhis city, third vic- fhc Lethbridge district, .said Fred tim. of the drowning tragedy of St Spooncr of the I. H. C. this morning. Mnry's Lake, June The body Some co-operation is needed from the was recovered Thursday only three tanners" to make the supply go all.! miles or-so; below the the round, he continued. i accident, and-was brought to this city and taken to Lethbridge this morning, factories hare run out .of. the longer lengths and practically all that can be obtained now 13 the '500-foot lengths. There will be plenty ot this if will take twine from the dealers as they need it and not ex- iiccf'io get five or six thousand pounds, enough for their entire' har- vest, all at otifi time. The price of. the twine still re- mains what it was 'in the spring. Twenty Ip twenty-one cents, is the for burial there; escorted by the- hus- band. All three victims of the St. iiary's Lake tragedy have now been recovered. CELESTIAL WOULD-BE AVIATOR DOES A "GROUND LOOP" SASKATOON, Aug. A. Wong, student In aviation school, of. the Chinese .National Lea- particular people use only it Is the cleanest oil made. gue here, did- a "ground loop" August 20. High River, condition good. -Wea er has and' dry and rcrops have not suffered damage. Cayley, condition good. Wealher has been hot and dry. Pnrklaud, condition igood. Expect yield of twenty-five bushels to the acre of wheat, forty of oats, and twen- ty-five 'of barley. Weather has been Ideal and be ready for cut- "ting in three weeks. Staveiy. condition' good. Weather] Jiaa been warm and dry. I Clore'sholm; condition good. Expect-, yield ot twcnty-flve bushels to tho I acre of wheat fifty of oats and twen- ty-five of barley. Harvest will start August 20. Granutn, condition fair. Weather has been hot and dry. Nobleford, condition good. Rye cut-; ting Is finished and threshing on thrco thousand acres proceeding Ibis week. Twenty percent hall damage. Barons, condition good. Expect yafd! of twenty-five hushels to the acre of 1 -whsat, forty of barley, fifty of oats, twenty of flax and two tons of bay to the acre. condition fair. Expect yield of twenty bushels to the acre of wheat, sixty-five of oats, forty of bar- ley and eight of flax. Champion, condition good. Expect yield of twenty bushels to the acre of wheat, fifty of oats, forty-five of bar- ley and'ten of flax. -'Ten per cent, hall damage has occurred. Klrkcaldy, condition fair. Expect yield of twenty bushels to the acre of wheat, forty of oats and five of flax. dry. Vulcan, condition good. Weather has been hot and dry with no damage Bnsfgn, condition good. Bxpecl yield of twenty-five bushels an acre of wheat, sixty-five of oats, forty of barley and-twelve ot flax. Grain l> Illllng good. v Brant, condition good. Expect yield of twenty bnshela an acre of wheat, co'mmciice in two weeks.: _ _ ost. cnmlit'on gooA Expt'Ct ylthrnf fyehjv hushpls'.uf whtat.'aii r'hirty bar-' ley and eight ol Ilax. Weather has buon liot and d Etzikom, condition fair. Weather has been hot and dry. Miuiy'K rrids ;.rlitlon fair. Expect yield of i'iitcen i.iFjnls' of an last solo than cannot uow be obtained? How-j night. undercarriage and ever there is'a po'ssibility .that .twirie one wlrg were'smashed. W.png was price, the" higher" being for lengths night in his' first attempt at i.n trnw-' flts-ht PronRller. uniler-carris will take a juinpfin'; the 61 next montbS giT.eri'ia the expected MO '-'per iii 'freight rates in the United States. It this :eSecfon September 1st binder twine will certainly go up, said Mr. Spooner... NO Nudity Sex Problem Vulgarity War- Vampires A .PICTORIAL SENSATION Are YOU Legafly COMING TO COLONIAL NEXT WED.THURS. MOOSE PICNIC Sunday, Aug. 8th To Stafford Bottom Everybody Welcome Bring a Basket Transport will the Hud- ton Bay Co. corner at 10 a.m. prompt.' Phone 1665 or 1101 for particulars. Bring Iht, kWdlcs, your friends and liteir friends: OEA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK It's a good all-year-round drink be- cause it's eo tasteful and exhilarating. It's a particularly-good summer drink because it's so cool nad refreshing. sparkle, Its snapplness, Its pleasing bomiuet and flavor Trlllwln your ap- proval and make Itia practice of asking for it fcablliiat. At all fountains or oy the cnso direct from us. line of soft nil flavors. High-class Pastries The purity and exccllcnco of tho materials used In our bake- shop, together with tho expert employed, pro-' duces pastry unequalled from Winnipeg to the Coast. GIVE THE FAMILY, A TREAT A DOZEN HOME TONIGHT, KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South unhurt. HUTTON SHOEMAKERS The one place where you can gst your shoes Jiied r.isl right. Orders called for and delivered. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 653 3 -Doors South .Colonial Theatre Eat At Them Eat Where You Get the Best Service. That's more people are eating here every clay. the Yale THE rfEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Guaranteed Battery A with ail A .com- plete electrlC'Ser- Tlce glvea. Prices are leas. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND a Irwiu took it easy at the Saturday mornlug city court and it the- same- tima suiplied tiro farm bands to come farmer in the district; he concluded were.those of'John Turner and William Milliton, who were taken off a. C.P.R: trolght train yeftlorday afternoon. He Goed them the costs ot the court and sent them OTcr to the labor bureau to get jobs. They wem welcomed and are on their way to their new duties. Y. M. C. A., .wlil, join us. there next Tuesday. As football seems more popular. Lhan baseball ut present we are ar- ranging another Intermediate series as you will see below. It might be well for the future of football in the: city it the city do thing to encourage these1 lads. Why should not each.-team' act'as "partn.' to a juvenile and give them some encouragement and coaching nezt year? This oould easily he done by two or three of. the players who hold tno official position on their own club. Only a few games are arranged tof this week but the return of St. Mary s from their camp should permit of an extension of the list nest week. KJi- tures for the week: Junion Baseball ys United, soiilhi 3 p.m. TB Knoi, north- ground. 3 p.m. Intermediate Football vs St. north ground, 7 p.m. Augustine's TE.< Units 'ed, south ground, 7 p.m. Plymouth binder twine is best. Con- Hardware fc Supply rldge agents. SC2-0 CPJ CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES McuSc C.1P.R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL r Auj. 21.............. Contcan Aug. 23 Prince Fred. Wrn. Aug. Mellta Sept. 1 Victorian Sept. Empress of France, Sept. 11 i............Mliinedosa, Sept 15 Empress of Briuyi Sept. 18 WetaganU Sept. 22___ Prince Fred., ftm. Sept. 23............. CoraVcan. Be'pt 29.............'.VictarHari TO GLASGOW Sept, 8 Sicilian Sept. 15.....-'......Pretorian (Passport application forms supplied.) Call or write full informa- tion, C. P. R. Ticket Office JAS. GORDON I Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 issued -on all. other Atlantic-Lines. THE HANDSOME On view here are, not. so ei- penslve aa you may Imagine. .We prepare then when no .im- mediate are on hand, Lethbridge Monumental Weeks EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Ice Cream The National Food Is more Ice cream coneunici) in America than In Bliy other continent on earth. Maybe that Is why the people of America are the healthiest and hardiest nation of the world liecause ke cream Is tho healthiest food you on take Into your contains more nutritive elements than the system demands and In more gene-rous proportions. H Is the National Food bccausa II is tho (ood of. all classes, It graces the iranquet (able, it Is tho dessert for tho rich as well as the worklngman. It Is the relish of the children whether served In the-home, at the soda fountain or In tho penny cone. AND THE BEST AND PUREST ICE CREAM MADE IS CRYSTAL ICE CREAM ____ s MADE BY The Crystal Dairy Ltd. PHONE I YOUR GUESTS WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR Velvet Ice Cream and Water Ice .The-two delicious hot weather delicacies. Offered for the first time this year by the new creamery. In all flavors and made from rich, pure materials. Delivered to Any Part of the City. Again'Ready to Supply a Few More Out-of-town Parlors. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd ;