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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THK LOCAL WHERE TOU EXPECT IT f THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF i UVE SATURDAY, AUGUSTA, 1920 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Every Point in Southern Alberta Reports Wheat Cutting Under Way Ten to Fifteen Per Cent. Cut in .Many Glares While Dunmore Leads With 75 Per Cent- Estimates of Yields High Ex- cept in Eastern End of the .District. hi some points in Southern Alboria barley Is all but in -most cases it in bOMlnS Its owi( with the wheat.. Cutting is proceeding In practically 'every district sn-l considerable Is now cut. The average-i run from five TO ten tr.il fifteen fur cent) cut for wheat, tlioush nnnmore reports 75 per cent of wheat already liarvtstcu. Daring iae past week the wcatiier hss been clear. It been favorable for harvesting operations but lias been a hliidrani-e vhoro it was necessary to have the grata fiU more" to bring tho train up to :usooil standard. Hay cutting is completed in many tsciioTiK, Iho yield averaging two tons to the acre, Following aro.. details received this Morning by'The Herald: ,ou. Cutting ot wheat commenced .on Thursday, barley on Wednesday and hay on Mc-nday. Five per cent, of tbe The Rhyming Ootimist (By Aline :er cent, of tbVhay. is sood-and estimated yield of 'wheat will be iwcnty.five, oats forty and 'barley ililrty. Cutting of wheat commenced on Friday. of crop is good and yield' of wheat will be thirty, oata seventy, bartoy forty and flax twelve.-Catling1.ot wheat com- menced on Moudny and thirty per cent. Is cut. of irop is good and estimated yield will be twenty- mo, oats sixty, barley thirty, flax eighteen and hay two tons. Culling of wheat commenced on. Friday. Spriwt of crop Is good and estimated yield of wheat will he thirty, oat3 forty-five and barloy thirty-five. ot crop is good and estimated yield of wheat will be thirty, oats fifty and barley thirty- five. Cult! ntr of wheat commenced on Monday and ot barley and flax on the nnd a ._ _.-. Be Condition good, and av- [-previous Tuesday. Ten par cent, of tua crago -yield will bo thirty bushels of [wheat is cut and all the flax and bar- fifty for ley. Five per cent, of the cut. Condition of crop is fair EOVenty-fivo percent, of the wheat js cut Persons-Condition uf the per ceut. wbca( is cut. Wlrtla-Co-idltlon of crop is fair wheat, sixty for oats barley. is good and av- erage of wheat will be twenty-five buahqle. Cutting of wlieat commeuc- i ed on the sixteenth and five per cent. I lias bomi1 cut. Five per cent, of thej oats liave been cul. is good and I UC WUUIL.IUIA U fcvuu t il. I." r ir veraeo-vlcW. of wheat will be thirty- and sixty per cent, of the wheat Is C.K. live bushels, rats fifty- and barley freu-Condition ot tan crop is forty. The yield of hay is two tons. jfalr and sixty per .cent o! the wheat wlieat. fifty for oats and forty for bar- fair and ley. (JutllDg of pats commenced on the wheat is cut. sixteenth per cent. lias been cut. i Condition is.good and aver- aco yield of wheat will ho twenty-rive bushel a to the acre. Cutting of wheat par of the Grassy of the crop IB fair and thirTy per cent. of. the wheat IB cut. Purple of the crop is fair arid five per cent, of tbe and oata commenced on the. sixteenth. Five per cent, of each-is cuL of-crop is good, end the estimated yield of wheat is twenty-five and oata slsty. Cutting of wheat started on the eighteenth and' oats on twontiath. Twenty-five per cent, of the wheat is cut and five per cent, of the oatB. la Kood nnd es- timated yield of wheat will bo twenty- 'five, oats forty and barley thirty-five. Cutting of wheat commenced on the eisteenth and five per cent, is cut. 'is sood-nnd'es- wlieat is euL Condition of th'e crop is good and estimated yield of wheat will be twenty-five, oats sixty-five, barlcj thirty and flax fifteen. Cutting com menced on the thirteenth. ot the crop i: good and estimated yield of wheat wil be.thirty and oats fifty. Cutting o wheat commenced on Monday. ot crop i goud and estimated yield of whea will be twenty-five, oats thirty, barle Iv.enly-flve' and flax ten; Cutting o whret- commenced, on'-Monday an timate'd yield of wheat will be twenty' tweiity per cent, is cul. _j ._._. nnmr.liffTii Oh, aorbfOSJa IE bested, neo- tar's vogue and no one is intereUod. any more to j or Quail. April .chickens known as friers are such stuff would needs built like pliers Over 400 Men Sent Out, Mostly to ch'cw ahslfllrig so tough. Now tie strawberry lias vanished with the1 early cars''of maize, and the too, are banished; these are- water-1 melon days. But we no cries of anguish for tbe oysters that are ;iud no oiid seems to languish through the dearth' of speckled trout. For ohrt Ford Had Charles these days ,vbeu folks are dining Thomas Had Gun, Both (hefe .is: fwifniuco everywhere lii Pay John Ford got fined ten dollars arid osts for drinking in .the Windsor otel, and Charles Thomas, the e eunmau, sot Cned _ten dollars and losls for terrifying people with a re- These fines, in two separate -ases, -were meted out by Magistrate rwin in the city police court this morning. Detective Egan and Constable Penn Ford last night drinking a hottle of whisky In tho Windsor hotel. led call to 7th St. Thursday on the nformation that a raan was nourish- ng a gun and chasing people. Thomas also 'faced other charges. 7or assaulting Mrs. C. Francis, punch- ing her, Magistrate Irwln 'isued a fin of five dollars and costs, and for hit- ing Petro RInaldi, a roomer of Mrs. .Thomas got another fine of five dollars and costs. The -police' are not finished 'with Thomas yet.- He is .still .held.in tody and will face a charge'Of .disor- derly conduct. uoll't I need a bill ot fare." And they leave i unt.'isted, and their coffee in'thb cup, and their Bpucis and peas arp wasted; seems like they are sav- ing up. You may Kive them seven courses, but they pay but scanty heed; you csn see they .save their forces for iho pi the feed. Tis a fat old watermelon' from the corner of the fence; that's the.course they like to dwell, on, fof they know it Is im- mense! Kissed by glowing suns of Summer, bathed in freshest morning t dew tuM you bet It is a hummer when DetecuVes" JEsai aTur-' H UP to you! 'Bout that time things all seem pleasant, seen hrough August's'golden haie; every- body, prince these watermelon days. Nothing seems to be the matter, nobody is spent with care; melon rhlnds fill every platter and contentment fills the air. wheat commenced on the seventeenth and outs on the ninoteenli. is good and "estimated yield ot wheat will be twenty-live and oats filty anil barley twenty-five. Cutting ot wheat com-' menceJ last-Monday. Is fair and es: timated yield ot wheat will bo fifteen and oats fifty.. Cutting of wheat com- menced on Wednesday and three per cent, has been .cut. is 'good and estimated yield ot wheat will ho. twenty-five, oats sixty and barley forty. tood and yield ot wlieat will :e twenty, oats trr.rty, barley thirty- Live and flax eigiiL' Twenty-five per eiil. of the wlieat is cut and twentv 'tr cent: ot Iho.oa's. of crop is fair and estimated yield of wheat will he ten, oats thirty, barley ten and flax five. of crop is fair. Tliirtji-five per cent of the wheat is tut, fifteen per cent, of oats and ten per cent, of the flax. is good and cut- ttrig comrnencerV thirteenth.. New of the crop Bnrons-Condition good and estimated .yield ot wheat limited yield of wheat will be twenty- wl" lhlrly. oa'8 barley thirty five, oats siity. barlay forty and flax iatul flax sixteen. Cutting commenced fifteen. Cutting ot wheat commenced Im Bl1 week and ten per 'cent, of the wheat is cut. Five per cent, of the'oats and barley are cut t. Monday. is good and fjStirnateri yield of wheat will bo twenty, oats barloy forl.y and fJas eight. Culling ot wheat com- jvenced on Wednesday and tho day. Ten per-cent. of th'3 wheM has been cut and fifteen per cent, of the barley. Is good nnd ostin-.stcd yiold of wheat will ho tf twenty-two, .oats fifty, barley forty- five and flax tiftesn. is Kooil And es- tiniated' yield-oi wheat will be tblrty, oats barley thirty and.flax tit- of wheat commenced on and of barloy aud oats on Wednesday. Ten per cent, of the wheal has been cut, tivo per cent', of the oats nnd five per cent, of tho bar- Condition te good and estim- .Hied yield of tbe whe'al will lib'twenty- five and oats forty nnd barloy forty. Cutting of wheat commenced on tfie tenth. Condition' Is .good and es- timated yield ot wheat will bo twonty- llvo, pals, forty-five aild, barley Uiirty. .Oitlins 'of wbcat and oats coronieno erl and barley on ?.loriday. Ten jW cent, of I he wheat and'oats lire out nnd Iwvhtv ,por of the bavley. ALL THE LATEST, FEATURES AS WELL AS i PERFECT WORKMANSHIP 'MAKE THE WILLIS 'CANADA'S BEST." These Instruments have been the final choice of know, for nearly fifty years. YOUR OLD PIANO TAKEN IN EXCHANGE Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE From Every Viewpoint Kirkby'sls Superior to Harvest Work For All There is work for all harvest bands in the Lcthbridge branch ot he provincial labor bureau. Such was the Blateniant made this morning by Thomas Longworth. superintendent This cslailiehes a new !or business, Mr. Longworth said liiore than four hundred men receiv ing emiiloymcnt through hie office. Only one difficulty has been me with in dealing with the men and tha Is where six or eight men want to work together. It !s difficult to find a farmer who wants that many men a one time' and that has caused a cum ber ot men around town long er than is absolutely necessary to ge work. Mr. Longworih stated this mornlm that the harvest bands as a rule been a good bunch ot men, willing t get right out in the country and wor for the prevailing rate of wages. Ver few cases have been found wher men wanted to hold out for nior money. V 1 Yon-: th6r'6uEhly enjoy your lunch herei'Eve'rythrag pre- pared Is the' very'best and-the service is excellent.' You 'will find Kirkby's lurches and after- noon teas both'iSainty and satis- tying. Our tea-rooms are home like. When lus- folks are away you will not feel-'no'lonesome if you get your Our' pared anil The more you kn'ow'ot-the quality at the .materials 'we'.'use'end Hie cleanliness of our bake shop, the more you will your, din- ners, afternoon t'las and lunches. >Ve Sell Home-made Bread, Cakes and Pastries KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South LEO M. COOMBS' STDDIOS Offer to earnest stud- ents courses of study based upon the best modern and education- al principles. Every advantage inci- dent to a broad musical 'education. LEOM.GOOMBS' STUDIOS 416 12th STREET A. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE and three per cent, of tbe flax. of crop is and estimated yield of wheiU will be twenly.ftve, oals fifty, barley thirty and flax fifteen. Cutting of wheat com- menced on the thirteenth, oals on Fri- day, bnrloy on the tenth and flax on Frliiay.. Ten per cent, ot situation in the south is responsible to? the lack of demand for fall rye seerT from tHe provincial government, in.tho opinion Is good and cs- ot Jjr. Slack, one p! the "-'yield of will M twenty. working out office. Nearly'every farmer will have .some- thing to sell, he sM. Mr. Slack spout four days along the. Empress linn and did not receive an appljcalion for coed. in that uisirivl iie saw as une fields of wheat cad and Iw'rloy thirty. Cutting of .wheat tjnd commencc4 on Tliiirsday and barley oVj Monday. Two conl. of tho wlieat and oats are t.iit nnd fii'.y jicr cent, of the barley. Confi'A'iMi is fatif. Cutllng of vlieal. ftjnimoiif.etl on the twelfth andi fifty pot cent, is nit. is poor and twenty per cent, of tbe wljoat is cut. is good and es- timated yield of wheat will he twenty nnd oaU tMrly. Cutting commenced ori F-'riday. I? good and 03- tijiialpd yield ot wheat vvlil ba twenty rtfld oats forty. Cutting Niill com'nenra on Monday. _ 1 is good and en- trr.iated yield of wheat will lie twenty, thirty and barloy twonty-fivo. Cut- of wlital oil CT.I one Dor ceitf. la cut. is good and C3 tlmated yield ot wheat Is oata forty-five, barloy forty and flax ns.can be found In the south ol Ihe province, he stated. Generally speak- ing, Mr. Slack are In good shape this fall and they do not want DON'T FORGET The only place whoro you can get your shoes repalrort by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Hutton Perkins 413A Fifth Street South Phone 893 Z doors, S. of Colonial Theatre Announcement To the Milk Consumers of the of Lethbrjdge Having affiliated ourselves with the Lethbridge Milk Pro- ducers'we take pleasure in announcing to the public that we can now supply all your needs for milk, butter, cream (table and whipping) and that each article purchased from us is guaranteed 1 to be as represented or your money will be refunded or goods re- placed. We: have a sanitary plant open to inspection and are in a position tbplac6 our milk in your home under the most sani- tary and approvedimethods, all our supplies come from close to the City Vy'here city inspection of the barns and herds can be eas- ily arranged- and for these reasons we respectfully solicit your; business. We are in'the market for sweet or churning cream in 'any quantity for which we can guarantee shippers the most court- eous treatment and prompt returns. Write or phone for prices on butterfat. GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE WILL DO'THE REST. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd PHONE 1929 LETHBRIDGE Conditioned Students Applying la addition to the 250 [ally quali- fied to enter J-'cruial. fluke number of those who failed at the recent ex- aminations are toeinp attracted fcy the opportunity to. get high school work ana professional training at same time. Of these only those who reasonable showing In the examin- ations aro considered, tut the iigher Salaries, Government! Loans and Belter Living Con- uiiioiis f6r Teachers are rrov'. ing Attractive. The Minister of Education stales .hat, in spite ot tho large number of- !ailurcs at the recent examinations, prospects are bright for full classes it all three Provincial Normal schools. Many who passed the examinations and who had previously lutimated their intention ot attending Normal School, have changed their'plans and are applying for admission: Already more than 250 fully qualified -students have made application, Teaching is More Attractive The higher salaries now paid to teachers, the at- tractive positions being offered in consolidated and two-room schools and- In high .school work, the bet- ter .living condiiloiiSiOKerei.by, teach- ers'- .which them..are. 250 Sn the having their effect. The government loan to cover the cost of Normal School training Is Cobourg public school teachers have also proving tho deciding factor in received an increase in salary from many cases. I 5900 to WW. opportunity is .50 very attractive that the enrolment promises to be very considerably augmented from, this source. School Open August 24th. As the Normal Schools open -on August 24th.1 applications should be. niade Immediately to the Registrar Department ot Education, Edmonton. It Is not necessary tor those students who require government loans to ar- for the loans in advance. A representative of the Department wilt be at each Normal school for the first few clays after the opening and will personally 'take applications for loans arid give alt information pertaining A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. PHONE 378 Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALLFOODS It is also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fyesli, pas- teurized milk is tiie kind you need. ARE YOU USING BUTTERMILK? It Is excellent for cooking ami the best hot weather drink. Only 5c per quart deliver- ed. Phone 1576 and have our driver call, THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD, PHONE 1576 FIFTY MINERS AND MINE LABORERS WANTED AT ONCE Midland Miae, Drumheller Apply Midland Collieries, Ltd. Drumheller ;