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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY, AUGl'ST 27, 1920 THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Threshing Will Slart, About Sept. Aulc Tour. ists Pass Through ll'rom Our Own Corresiwndent) MACLEOD. Aus. ever th'e Maclcod dlstrlct'tho hum ol the binder Is heard, onil iKe taluo ot the crop of grain beyond that, any one estimate, ttu. (hc> threshers will be busy In a week when the quslliy and quantity or the grain.-wili be known, From .Mai'icod iouia to the reserve it Is all .ilic; west to the wcs: of tte j'logau reserve. West iilong the foothills to the JIudlake district ihs crops are nil ripe, and half ol Ihra cut. The seperators are now ready to thresh at this point, snd will begin about September 1st. B. Kinelaud bat: Ills big steam outfit ready for shipping to some of. the northern iwlnfe II: Randa will lie ready for work' with his 'strain thres'nar ia a week. Tlicro are several new mach- all will find plenty ot wsrk. Crew mcu are liirJ to flnd, and the pay Is away "up, vat irell resented Ibb 'week in the lumber of KUtos iouriuf; the Southern Alberta district.. Hotels arc crowded, and many havo to eanip or flnd room In rooming houses. Manitoba and Sas- katchewan- people flnd the ocean to ocean route good, and "a great favor- ite for tourists. They all speak of the Crow's Nest road-as'very good, com- pared-with other roads they travel over.- METHODISTS WILL ASK PRESBYTERIANS ABOUT UNION CHURCHES IN WEST TOUONTO. August Dr. ChOT.'n, general superintendent of the Methodist church, lias communicated with Hev. J. II. IMmlson, home' mis- sion board of the Presbyterian church, regarding the church onion situation in Union churches aro springing up and the li strong. The Methodist church is a railing notion OB the part of the Presbyterian church, regarding amalgamation. It an Indication ia given on behalf of the for Immediate action a ipecial meet- ing ot 'the Methodist church will be summoned. VEEP MEXICANS HOME MEXICO CITY, Aug. mental- efforts to stay.7 emigration of Meilcah workers into the Un- ited State: and to 'foduce those already there to returned their batire land have taken form; in the official support given "a corporation recently formed, to develop acres of land in the'Puerte Valley ol Sinaloa. The com addition to a federal concession, has nee.n granted a.-mib- sidy .of tjr the state govern- ment of Sinaloa and .large tracts of land In that state-t It plans', to con- struct several reservoirs at Choli and a.'dam at San Bias, with .canals on each side Fnerte'river to be used for irrigation pu'rpbses. With land available for irrigation It is hoped to keep Mexlcaa laborers in Mexico and secure the return of thousands who have emigrated to; the' United Stales. Starlled by the .blowing out of an automobile tire, a Paris, Ky.. man's mouth flen- .oyen and. his false teeth fell out. A dog snatched them up jaud ran. (From Our Osrn Corresponded) WINNIFRED, August very pretly wedding took place on-Wednet- day. Aug. 18, whea -Anna Belle ens, the daughter of B. J. Stevens, of united In marriage to Eobert iiuma Smith, of Tha ceremony was conducted the Rev. R, H. MacKinnon, ot ITedtcina Hal, in the presence of a large num- ber of relatives and intimate friends. After the ceremony a reception held at the home of the brldgo'e par- ents. Tba bride was attired In a gown of white georgette, embroidered with oroamental beads. The march was played Mrs. Bent, ot Whitla. Miss FriscllU Crab: sang a solo, "1 Love You Truly." Rev. Hod.- gers sang "Aunie Laurie" in hU good Scottish dialect. The bride was at- tended by her tlster. Miss Thelma Stereos. Mr. Vivian Odney was test man. Kr. and Mrs. Smith left on a honeymoon trip to Banff, the bride travelling navy blue tvOled serge dress, and wearing a becoming to match. Upon their return the young couple will he at home at nlfred, Alta. Miss Verna Castle received word last week that she successfully passed with, highest honors in music. Miss Venii has been a student at St. Tber- esa