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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AjUJ (THE LOCAL' NEWS WHERB1 YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Wheat Cutting Five Percent Complete And Binders, Are Busy Everywhere Wheat Yield AVerage Is Waced at 20-22 Bushelg Some joints Have 15 Per Cent. Wheat Will Yield Bushels. JC, 10.. Wheat cutting Estimates on yields at Southern M- berta points received tcfey are the most complete yet and Indicate that tha wheat crop will run in the.nelEb- borhood ot twenty-two bushels an acre. A couple o! points will hardly have anything but theso points are not of euch Importance 111 the general yield of tha south that they will have, much bearing.' The- oat yield will run between forty and lorly-five bushels, some points expecting to get as high as Blxfy and'others 50 as low as thirty. The barloy will average i'.round thirty bushels to tlic acre. Cutting i3 iairiy general. Borne points cutting oats and barley as well as wheat. As nigh M fifteen percent. of tho wheat has liccn cut in some diB- tricts. Tlic runs from two to-five per cent. Following aro reports received oy The Herald today: ia gaod and Ihc estimated yield will ho wheat, 2U bus'lielB. cent, damage 1ms been done by hiiil. Okotoks- Condition 'sood nnd esttm- Elocl yield will be, wheat, 20 bushels. In good and the estimated yield will lie,, 2a cats. !5; barley. 10. purple is good and estimated rteld will be: Wheat, Jl; oats, SO, and flax 8. cut- ting commenced on tenth. good aid estim- ated y.loM "M Wheat, 25; oats. 55: barley, 30 and flax, 16. Fall'rye Is all cat. good and estimated yield will be twenty-fire i of 2.5 ix'.'io; Crops "are ripening rapid- I Is good and estimated yield Wheat, 20; nut's. 30; and flax, S. Wheat netting commenced on seventh'and Cats two i days later. Ten per ceiL of tho wheat U fifteen per cent, of the oats. is fair and estimated yie.ld w.'ll bo: Whett. 15. oats, SS; barley..30 and Nax, 5. '.Tit ttag of wheat commenced on nidth ar.d oats on fifth. is fair-and es- timated yield will be: Wheat. -10; oats, 30; barley. 20, and llax. 5. put- ting ot wheat commenced on fourth and barley tho following dsr. is good.and es- timated'yield-wlll be: Wheat, oats, GO, aiid_iLax. 10. New is good and estimated wheat yield will be 30; oats, GO; barley, 30, and flax, 1C Wheat cutting commenced on twelfUi and two percent, is cut. Local Company Formed And Capita! Nearly All Secured' Mil- ylion Bushel .Crop the Coaldale farmers go after anything, they generally get it. They 1 wanted increased elevator capacity. iof- Bankers and Grain Men Pay Hurried Trip To The South Unrated' wheat yield will be- 25 busli- Is good and es- timated yield ho: Wheat 25 mish- cls and oats, 60. is good aml_c_s- limated yield Trill be: outs, barley, 35. .t was decided to buiH a modern ele valor with incapacity of at 000 bushels land-10 be en.dlpped'with, tlie.lstest grain cleaning; facilities and also a feed grinding plant. A committee was appointed to sec- Wheat, 25; j subscriptions io-fiaance the pro: ___, ._, I ject. By noon the. following day, the is good and cs- i C0mmiltee met. and on going over the tlmatcd yield will be: Wheat, 20; oats, The Rhyming Optimist Aline Mlshmellj.) 60. ia good and estimated yield will be: Wheat, 25; pots. 50: Condition Is fair and os- tinir.liyl yldil will bo: Wheat, 15 and subscriptions, found they had secured as a result of a half .day's canvass. Enough more Is In sight to bring the amount up to thn required cost of the building. Contractors hive been botb oats, CO. is good estimated yield will he: Wheat, ,25 is good and es- j timatwl yield ivlll bo: Wheat, 25; oats. CO; barley, 10; flax, 15. Condition is good and estimated yield will be: Wheat, 20; oals. 65; barley, 40 and flax is good-and estimated yield will be: Wheat, SS; bats. 50: barley, -15 and flax, 15. is good and estimated yield will be: Wheat, 20 and JO. Cutting wheat commenced on the eleventh. is good and es- timated yield.will he: Wheat, 30; oats, 60; barley, 30 and flax, 15. is good and es-' timaled yield will be: Wheat, 20; oats, 40, and barley, 40. Cutting of oats and barley commenced on thirteenth. is good and es- timated yie'd will Wheat, 20; oats, 40, and barley, 30. Cutting of commenced on eleventh. is good and es tlmatod yield will be: Wheat, 20; oats, 40 and barley, 30. -is poor and estim'- ated yield will be: Wheat, 2. CuttinR of. wheat commenced on twelfth and five per cent. Is ciit. is poor ,aiid es- timated yield of wheat will be vh% uunhcls. Cutting commenced on the tenth nndtwq cant, is cut. is good. Is good and es- timated yield will, 20 and oats, 40. f is good nnd es- timated yield will be: Wheat, 25 and oals, 40. A heavy rain fell on the eleventh. Cow Condition tfl good and es- yield will be: Wheat, 25; oats, 45 and barley, 30. is good and estimated yield will he: Wheat, 20 anil oats, 35. One hour's rain fell during tho week. Hay mo Is good and es- yield Wheat, 40; oats, CO; barley, 20 and flax, 12. Weath- er has heenjdcnl for harvest.. n> is good' and rain'is! needed.' Spring :fs good nnd estimated .yield will Wheat, 30; osts, 45' and barley, .15. Three hours' rain, fell .during the week. n'nn f s- jlelil will bo: Wheat 30; oats, and barley, 35. Three hours' lain fell during the week. Is fair nnd es timaled yield will be: Wheat, 10; oats 25, and flax, 5. Wheat cutting com- menced on the fifth and (en per cent. Is cut. Seven Is fair and c-stlmatcd yley will be: Wheat, 10; oats, 12 and flax, 6. Wheat cutting commenced OD fifth and ten per cent, is cut. la fair Hud es- timate) yield will he: Wheat, 16; oat9. 30, ami flax, T. Wheat cutting com- menced on second nnd 20 per cer.t. Is ci't. Do'.v is 'fair anil Mtimoted-yleld Canadian Pacific Railway .are! .operating a standard sleeping car tic-r iiween Calgary and Lake 'leaving Calgary on train number'oncj Ion Tuesdays and Mdays. This before will be placed for occupancy.-prev'H lious evening. Keturning.-car leaves Lake Winder- the west.. lie was on the trip to Fcrnic and south on the hunt for Are- nesdays and Saturdays. DiissenECrsi A Dominion Express Money Order for five dollars costs three cents. iig Amount larities To Be Cleared Up SIucli interest centres locally on tho ensational discoveries at Pinchcr k in connection vijlh the opera- Ions oC.the Sputl3eni; Hay in irmiiciaV difficulties owing to alleged rrcgularilics Lave not been ox- rlafned. The illness of the manager company, J. J. Cameron, is complicating m'alter's as ot the alleged shortage-can te.secur- cd. However, many Investigalors for lie Union Bank, which was the con- Retroactive PajHs Not Causing Trouble-at'Any. Other SoulhWh P.elroactive- tfay representtng the increases for the period from April 1st up to the pr.esent being paid in the coal mines in Alberta today, and cheques averaging around will be paid to some 4000 or more men. So far as the Herald cap. learn the retroactive pay is causing no disorder in any tho mines.' "Everything is the'report from the Chinook Collieries.---'In this mino the majority of the men were signed up by tho TJ.-M. "W. ot A. and ot courep got their increase without trouble, hut there were a few O. B. U. men. Most of these are signing the check- and the camp will be thoroughly organized by the time the next pay day rolls round. No trouble Trtatever was exper- ienced at the Gait mines, which are wholly organized. There is still trouble at the collfer- ies at Coalhurst, imt so settle- ment is in sight. The mine company Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice. The Yale 612 FIFTH STREET More Appreciation August 13lh, 1920.. WILLIS PIANOS, LIMITED. Lethbridge, Alberta. Dear I wish to express my sincere thanks and apprecia- tion for supplying mo with one of your well-known pianos, for use at the Lethbrmge Chautaunua. The very you supplied, aided ns great- ly In our work were Very much surprised to find such a high standard In Canadian pianos. v Wishing you every success, believe me, Yours very truly, NICOLA1 ZEDELER, With "The Ellison White Chaatauqua." THE HANDSOME STONES On Tiew here are not so ex- pensive as you may imagine. We prepare thorn when no im- medjato orders are on hand. Lethtridge Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTK THESE INSTRUMENTS MAY BE SEEN AT OUR' SHOW ROOMS. SOLD ON TERMS TO SUIT1 PURCHASER. WILLIS PIANOS LTD- HULL BLOCK LETHBR1DGE DON'T FORGET The only place where yon can set your shoes repaired by prac- tical ahocmakers'la at Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phono 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Ice Gream Our ice cream dishes are to deliriously tasty with all the rich flavorings of fresh fruits. It's your safest summer CRYSTAL ICE CREAM It's pure ice cream, sanitarily prepared, and high in food value. MADE BY The Crystal Dairy Ltd. PHONE 1576 Pure, Rich Pasteurized Milk; We take this oppor- tunity of informing our customers and the milk consumers of the City of Lethbridge that have secured a permanent of milk from close to the city and are now in a position to ouppy pure, rich, pasteurized milk from healthy cows. This is the season of the year when it is important that you have a guaran- teed milk supply for tho children as a preventa- tive of cholera agd it? often fatal results, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. UETHBR1DGE, PHONE 1929 ANNOUNCEMEM By kind permission of Mayor Hardie and Chief Gillespie, the Lellibnilge Philharmonii; Orchestra will gtvD a CONCERT in Gait Gardens, Tomorrow, Sunday, Aug. 15 FROM 4.30 TO 6 PROGRAMME "0 Canada" jlarch Foi Trail' J. S.-Xamccnik N'oon and N'lishf1-........ V-l- Suppe. Xvlonhono Solo I'icU anil Lndgate) SonB-Selected Mr. Thdrnpson) Cornel On': (Soloist W. iliiid of tlie Mountains" Fox Trot 'Desort Dreams" Leonard Lowln Saxophono Perfect N. a. "Tho Siron." li. "Ixive Kons." Violin Solo.............. "llnjnslka" fSololst C. lleresford) March "Koiics Durgoro" Paul bineke' GOD HAVE THE KINO Conductor, C. Bcresford Silvsr Collection iiloipe To the Opep Clinic at the Office of SMITH SMITH EACH SATURDAY AFTER- NOON FROM -r :Demonstration Given Free. i PHONE 1677 OR 1441 ;