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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TEE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE. 4LBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN III SKIES FACESSERIOUS A Jjf ijt I N. L. U. MEETING TONIGHT A meeting of- tho North Lethbridge United Football club will be held touight in tbo basemeat of Westminster school at 8 o'clock. Former Leihbridge Newspaper- man Explains Cycle of Siiori- ages' Affecting U. S. Industry. "Western Canada should consider Jtselt lucky tliat it baa this year such I splendid coal field as Alberta boasts Bad prairie dwellers should.take full advantage of It. We are going to have tie worst cbal shortage in Ihe history of tbe: United; Stales iu Ihe middle west and western stales this1 winter: I'm afraid there is going to be a tough I time." This Is the way C. M. McLennan, formerly -clly edilor of tho Henilrl, now advertising manager for tho Sic- i Lean .'publications or Toronto at Chi- cago, up the coal-situation in] Ihe United Stales. Mr. McLennan has been in. the city for a couple of days, after a.trip to tho coast, aflcrnoon for Chicago. "There IB a whole circle of short-, fcges in the Slates, and each.secnis -to react on the other. There IE a shorl-1 ige b'c steel, brought about by a shoii-j Investigators at >Vork m .Pass of coal. There are enough miners i Where Several Near-Acci- lo mine the coal, .but there are not! vnough cars-lo lake It away from the I mines and distribute it. The mines are turning out two million' tons a weak less than normal just-on this account. The shortage.of cars is I The Rhyming Optimist (By Ailne Mlchaells.) Boi-car Dill was shrinking glumly in a car about lo. start; iu a' corner Frank sat dumbly, and tor.speech they, no hearl. They had an intimation they would best be, "moving on." Twas an earnest'Invitalion. specify- ing "leave by "dawn." So '.fcey. found "empty" waiting, which (bey saw Id have lo suit, and'they, boarded tans de-biting on the order of their rouie.-Ilut Ihe silence soon w'as. brok- en.'for it Friend Box-Car's soul, which'brs worils 50 freely spok- en, shows was mighty full, of dole. "Weil." said use us sayiii' Ihat wn like this sort of iiatt. I'm plum.tir- ed uv fuoltnVplayln'. keeptn' up the old-lime. Muff. 1. would like lo be a banker In some'- good-sized, purly lO'-vn. That's tie line for which I hanker; I'd be glad to settle down. I'd wani hours mfddlln' easy, an' my work, of course, quite light. Life would I move along real breezy, it my luck' h; r o LETHBRIDGE WAS "-4 COMMISSIONER.LESS THURSDAY NIGHT Commissioner Krcemaa left yesterday afternoon, to attend meeting of the Western Canada ColonizaUtm Assodalkm In Regina. Last eight was Ihe first time for years Ibat the clly has been -without a with- 'in its boundaries.. From Ihe time Freeman FIFTEEN PERM 1EAT11! v nuio rjeeuiau v Tom Lanier of Wilson Siding left until Mayor iiardio arriv- .Threshes Crop 'Worth Ah Acre Farmers who are planting fall rye were given a mark to shoot at to.day when Tom Lanier of Wllsan Siding finished threshing 60 acres of that.grain vyhlch averaged 49 bushels to the acre. He still has HO acres of rye to. thresh. This is the largest ylelci of rye ever reported In- Southern Alberta. The cash price for rye quoted '-j- day Is sV that the crop worth almost J100 per acre. denfs Have Been Averted R. investigators are trying very, bad, andVthe railways are licit io (iul n-atop lo Ihe up fa kuols, The car shortage Is, due lo lie fact that steel cannot be secur- ed to build tho rolling stock. Steel- you have Iho circle ftnti until one .or the oufcer.catches ui> there wiir be trouble all round. The grain, movement is just .starting and that is'g'ofng to aggravate the situu- Uoa. There has been very little coal moved from tho head of the lakes, for: oi'Struetions oh fho-coiuiiiny's traclcs In the Crow's In coixlin- mince of this campaigii one iv.vesti- tiilor has hallert four 'juveniles' to I court in Colem.an.- They will 'appear! next Thursday w answer a charge of j li1.inns obstructions on.'.hc j Ti It case arose rut the discov lad tarred me ,Scuds'pl' people, j ,'m obser'.'iu'.c have fine on j Easy Slreet, iiiey au't a hit deserv- hi'.'bul old Koiluue io a cheat I've spenl some busy'hours wonderln' seine fellows take nil the mono; ali Ihe powers, an' 1 think Ihe ic (a rake. Si) I've jest about decided ihut Ub'J way ilicy roach ill e. '.op is on lad- j 'lers luck so Ihey never have lo Bas-t'ar Bill wns righl. i.ovor, to a ,limited extent; 'ladders 1 stand around men ascent. Hut one fnct that Ilili omitted would imlecd his spirit evciy ladder there is. filial v.'ith "Work, work, nu t From Sthcp! Staff To Accept Position in Vancouver "Y" At the .reason'that. it hasn't been deliver- On August l'i of Baleen td there as'usual, and beca'use there Hie rails Colcilian liriror.'. no .cars lo'mbve it: There's a.cbil- train nnniher 'iS, The boys arc. .ill fa-, winter.ahead of Jim middle states." juvenllo ase and" will aiinaa.- Mr. McLennan is greatly pleased Mnglstrali: liifiiey.' It is es' .TfiUi the agricultural outlook.in West- j llficteil that Inspector'Brooks, of Cal- ern Canada this year, and especially garr, of of iicglccteii p. He children-will also apncar In the case. cd from the early uioruing Iralu-uo comuilssion. er was on Ibe job, i- R.C1.P.IOTAKE Splendid Sports' Day Now Be ing and Baseball Too Kapid Progress Being Made Gel? Touch..of Frost Culling is now general En southern Alberta at all points but in the Cards- ton district. Approximately fifteen per cenl. of the wheat wll! be cut by the first of neit week. Weather con- ditions during the past week have been Ideal for harvest and farmers arc making the best of it, asstsled greatly by the inrush of help. Saskatchewan got some (rnst last night. Regina reported U.. In Sassa- toon the temperature dropped lo ihir- ty-four. In LetbV'ridge the temperature was 42 last night and Ihe previous night it was two degrees lower. The high mark yesterday was 71 the previous day 62. Near Frost at Saskatoon SASKATOON. Aug. peak i of (he influx of harvcsl help, occurred 1 this morning with the arrival of men from Ibe east. Over six thous- and men have now passed through wilh Southern Alborla's big crop, lias, ever since ho enlered newspaper wort' ori Ihe Herajil eighl years ago, lieen particularly Inleresled in agri- culture and, farm publications, and Baturaiiy; Southern Alberta Btlll holds a.bifj place wilh 'him. The October number'of -McLean's rnngazlnu will feature Western Canada s jsricuitiiral Industry, and Soulne.-n MberU 9 Iru gallon-agitation iwltirally will lie featured Mr McLennan vlnle hero j has beea gathering mfo-imlion for in Article along Ihis line Summons were Issued IS. Having Their Eyes Opened By Canatia's Resources Mayor Hardie Oitors travclUnr: ac I'-fa i the by niar 1 iiii i P I P i ck hi i this i i In'coaverjaliota with' a uni em anil iJ expro prise an1 wondomei il of i pointed ott u -.can 20 Calgary a cow loun they CJU11 hardly comprehohd it HowcyertVMayor lif.rdie.. VU.NMPLG Aug Men I that'tie brltuh editors are olui-inins InonUes stay in Manitoba tbej cm ian underifudniB of Canada irai PO amount -ot literature could pos il n givft Iheni. Iv'otwitbsla.iuiing Ibi I ct thai Ihe visitors ar? seeing chiefly iric Frank Fllmer, who has done '.vch efficient ,work among the pjpils of the Lethbrloge public In physical training will iifke up duties'bf physical Instruc- tor in the Y M C 'A., In Van-- couvcr on Scpternber 1. Announce- ment to this effect' was! made to- Mr. well :known In LcthbridBe and through hls-xvork the cadets and other child- rcn In the public schools became by Mr Fil- i--c? in the pr-senteti io tie citilens'on the laxvn of R C quarters opened Ire eyes of the Jatepayeru of this in what ho ha -He vjas a lieutenant in the 3Sth C F A durirg tne been 2 resident of, Leth- bridge alout 10 Plans for the Labor Day -sports of the G. W. V. A. and the Trades and Labor Council are fast approaching completion. Members of tha R. C. M. P., H is expected, will play'a promi- nent part in tbo afternoon's pro- gram. That day. September 6, promises lg be a ful! one In There will be a football gauie in the inoru- ing between a picked team from Lclh- bridge and the C. P. R. Calgary out- fit, Which tied with the Calgary C al- lies for, their: league. The afternoon 7ill be takerr up Ihe combined sports day; and In the evening, it Is espectedi a'lsiBeball gaine will be in order. he city. Culling is In at parts of the district. Wages are 5; and 50 a day. The thermometer drop, ped to 34 degrees here last night. Frost at Regina REGINA. Aug. fa un protected Reids and gardens av lengue before relirbg kind en- joyrefreihinjfsleep. Thefnnityaad go of Ki-moidt bj SCOTT t BOWKE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMUU1ON Bovel and movie lacljj liar to many. ie tactic; But Th s that ara faini- omas soon 'ou wiil not feel so lonesome it yon your meals here. Our entire menu is well pre- pared and daintily served. Tho more you know of tfie quality of thi? msilerlals we use and llio cleanliness of our bakeshop, the more you iwlll enjoy your din- ners. aflcrnoon leas and lunches, We Sell Home-made 1 'Bread, Cakes arid Pastries KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue Soulh ALL THE LATEST FEATURES AS WELL AS -PERFECT WORKMANSHIP MAKE THE WILLIS 'CANADA'S BEST.'' These -Instruments have been the final choice of those who know, -for. r.EoHy fifty years. YOUR-OLD PIANO TAKEN IN EXCHANGE Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETH.SRIOGE A name which, has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. John Qlmore Yil I fn Lido PHONE 378, Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH DON'T FORGET Tho only place where you can get your shoss repalrejl by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutton 418A Flflh 'Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Cofonla' Thoaiie The name-Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this company because it stands for everything that is pure and unadul- terated. Chief Mountain MILK IS THEMOST NOURISH- ING Ai HEALTHFUL OF ALLFOODS It is also one of the cheapest of "foods. Our pure, fresh, pas-' teurized milk is the land you ileed. ARE YOU USING J3UTTERMILK? It Is excellent for cooking and the best hot weather drink, Only 5c per quart deliver- ed. Phone 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 Products Stand for the same thing and the Company that manufactures these products stands back .of their products. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE FIFTY MINERS AND MINE LABORERS WANTED AT ONCE Midland Mine, Drumheller Apply Midland Collieries, Ltd. Drumheller ;