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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMBnn>GE DAILY HERALD Fall Opening 1 SPORTS DAY A BIG SUCCESS AT GRASSY BAY SCHOOL-Tuesday. September 4th. NIGHT SCHOOI,-Thursday. September (Stli. ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS TAUGHT. Thanks! The pnst ye.ir has been a prosperous one witlt us Ard we wish to thank the people of Lethbrldge nnd vicinity who have accorded us their patronage.: We are pleased to report that we have found ready employment fo,- all of our graduates, in fact many left to accept positions _~ , before graduating. We anticipate a good (SllC \5ttjL)lcni attendance during the coming term. Are _ you planning fo be one of our successful SSxo^ students? "SfRcietlf ScllOOl WRITE 0R CALL FOR INFORMATION. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 1315. 411 8th St. S. Lethbridge. Residence Phone 1531. Kir Crowd Attended - Sports Were Well Contested- The Winners (Continued vvmu Fjiont Page) At best. Pope Henetlict's proposals nre only suggested as n rough tiasis for sui'li negotiations and lie realizes that the details in all their complexity must be worked out patiently and in o spirit of conciliation by the belligerents themselves. Vimmilifieil approval of President Wilson's plan for avoidance of future wars by some torm of international organization which shall have behind It the necessary power to enforce its judgments, is given by Pope Benedict who .st week setting up a carload of binders which arrived Monday. The binders were all ordered and taken out to tiro farms as ) soon as ready. The refreshment booths that were doing business on the grouudit Sports Day all report a good business. Service is to be, held in SI. Luke's church at eleven o'clock Sunday morning. Rev. Henon of Bow Island, is here to take charge of the service. TO HAVE BIG FAIR (From Our- Own Correspondent) Carmangay. Aug. 13.-Carmangay district is preparing to make Its fair a success. The directors have done all in their power, having arranged an excellent program for the two days, August 14th and loth. Mr, and Mrs. Farmer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Townfolk and family will be on deck to take in all the good things promised. Baseball, always a big drawing card, will be a feature of both days, while horse-racing and other stampede events will bring pleasure to many. It is anticipated that the entries will be of a high class, and will be worth the admission fee. Since the directors have done their' part, it is for tho people to make the fair a huge success. The Pioneer Grain Co.'s elevator is practically completed. If. is painted and presents a very creditable appearance. The other two elevators under construction are making good progress, and that line of seven elevators will mark this town as beiug in the centre of a good grain growing district. The Pioneer Grain Co.. is also building a residence on Whitney street for their elevator manager. Mr. and Mrs: Follis have-returned from their trip to B. 0. They report having enjoyed a splendid holiday. James McNaughton. M.P.P., and our local editor. Mr. Quayle, have returned from the great Liberal convention held at Winnipeg.  - A few of the people from this district have been attending the Chautauqua in Lethbridge during the past week. They have become enthusiastic supporters. Without doubt the program, has been ot a high bitter. Congratulations are being extended jcontivwkd fiiom Front PaO�) ting. Tho recent' rains soont to hnve freshened the grain. Thoso in tho hall section are feeling pretty blue, but are getting returns by plowing It under as. Bummcrfallow. Some think the rains will help the oat crop and assuredly il will make a few potatoes and' bolter pastures and also settle the dust storms. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Aug. 13.-Crop conditions are favorable for tho cutting of grain nnd the. farmers nro till busy in their fields, and while the lack.of rnln htts> materially effected tho crops yet there will be some very good yields in this district. CARMANGAY Carmangay, Aug. 13.-Tho cutting of wheat is under wny in some parts of this district, but it will not be till the beginning or next week 'that wheal cutting will be general. The two most welcome rain storms of last Monday and Friday will do the oat nnd Iato wheat crops good, though the majority of wheat fs too far advanced to receive any benefits. The rains were of Immense valuo to the gardens which were perishing ^for want of moistnre. The rye and barley crops have been cut and are generally good, while the flax is ready for harvesting in many places. . There Is generally an optimistic tone among the farmers, when speaking of tho crops. The average will bo bettor than that anticipated earlier in the season. As was reported earlier some wheat crops will average about twenty-five bushels to the acre. PINCHER CREEK Plncher Creek, Aug. 13.-The showers which fell last week while too late to benefit tho wheat, will undoubtedly be beneficial to all Inte grains and the potatoes. Winter wheat cutting has been In progress for several days on tho Buffalo ranch, Sandgren nnd Carlson's. P. Hanson's wheat isjooklng very fair. Haying still Is in full" swing. FISHERMEN DROWNED Boston, Aug. 13.-Nineteen Portuguese fisherman of Provincetown wore drowned when tho dortios rn which they were fishing off Cape Cod were swamped by a gale lato Friday afternoon. Eight Gloucester fishermen are also believed to have been lost In the gale. C. P. R. MEETING Montreal, Aug. 13.-A special general meeting of the Canadian Pacific today was adjourned sine dio without any business being transacted. The matter of the proposed hundred million dollar loan was to have been considered. to Mr. and Mrs. L. Scott upon tho birth of a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. Bridgett upon that of a daughter. The departmental examination results are most encouraging, the majority of those writing from tho local school having been successful. New Gray Dort Service Station The Gray Dort Service Station is now located at Harry Fillings, 322