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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT rF THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HKRALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1930 SECOND SECTION LETHPWDGE, ALBERTA. SF.COND SECTIOX PAGE SETOX j Calgary City -Engineer Reports pecord Keing Made in Harvest- ing B.ig Mondav i Cutting on all ranches of the Noble Foundation, Ltd., was completed an Thursday, thus cdm- pleting a harvesty.-htch just about established a record. Over icres of grain arc either In stock "or already threshed :on the farms v ?f this company, and the first day fall Is st.UI four days off. The wind-up at the Cameron ranch occurred Thursday noon when 26 binders were thrown one field to hurry the job. Threshing wilt .Mart on Monday with five threshing rigs, two at -the; farms at Noblcford and three on the Cameron, The aerial tram across the Old Man river has riot yet been completed, but the first loadt will be taken across the river on the new government ferry at the ranch, north of Chin. This ferry has just 'been completed and gives an alternative route from Lethbridgt to Retlaw. The company has had one car- load of winter rye In the terminal elevator at .Fort WillTam for a week. This was shipped on Aug. 12. Another carload was shipped to Duluth on Aug. 16. j of thai city has. reported on the rc- suit of his tour ot the Southern Al- berta fleMs of the Canadian Western Natural Gas. Light, Heal and Power Co.. and that Is the Hist of his find-1 ings. This will noUikely affect IvCtH- t bridge, which is the first town on tho j pipe-line to get gas .from the- mains. I Letbbriilge is also 125 miles nearer the main- field of the company, and only miles from .the Barnwell well, whteh is cue' of .the test m the company's string-- Tho Foremost field, where the United Oils in 1915" found an almost unlimited-supply of gas, is, according to Mr. Craig, que of the host bets the company has Jn the way of providing a supply. The company now has two rigs the ground there! bat will make no 'effort to drill until' J the fight with the.ciiy of Calgary over rates is setlleti. There are those who are very skeptical abont the Foremost field again ieing a gas producer. When the United Oils struck their flow of gas, estimated at more thaii 000 there was-a flow- of water along with it.. Nothing was done, when the well was abandoned, cither to case'off the water or to cap the well. The result may be that a great area of the gas strata is now flooded. However, it is the intention of the gas company to clean out the old well, case off the water and uir- deavor, if possible, to again mate it a producer. i In his report lo the Calgary couu- NTei- t her of these me thuds of course couH in Unit- to augment tike supply for ihc coming winter. Mr. Craig's report on the operations at the wells or the Calgary company Monarch 1 abandoned at depth of feet. No. 2 sunk to depth ot 945 feet; drilling stopped, with full tools on hsau. Foremost -equip- ment ready for starting, but no drill- Jug done. Island wells drilled. No development since Present pressure 100 direct from wells to mains. Thi reduced to 85 under, winter peak load. well with feet per day, held in reserve for win- ter demand. Two other wells aban- doned on encountering salt water.. Xo, 4 and 5 wells ready to he spudded In, but no drilling started.' Forty miles soutli of Uurdelte Drilled to depth of 2.079 feet and aban- doned. "With reference to this well, Mr. Craig says it might have been advis- uble to drill deeper, the gas sand pos- sftly. being a litlle deep.er thau at Dow Island. .With reference to the well of the United Co., the report says" that gan The Rhyming Optimist Mi-.hieHs.) Muny (nat are amusing are. Indeed Quite safijjaritl pane; but the-j kind BO. them oine folks-.keep chousing leave j Alternative Itoute to Ret Ian' not thb 4WC again. For in} Provided Bv Ferrv At of peaceful pleasure Ihej- are I rmioeu isj i errj m well content and fun they I Cameron Ranch fiupply.Has Hun Out Demand is Still Very Insistent Only n few-harvesters are drifting Into Lethbriige to satisfy the Vtg ue- c-il, tho engineer Bald: The gas remaining the same as last recurrence of low pressure and .partial of supply is certain. The only possible ways in which the available supply can he augment- Ced to care for the demands.of the com- ing winter is through: t installation of compres- sors and pipe line anrt connecting up the Dingman 'gas areti. I Heopening of drilling operations Though In1 tho SouthernVAllierla'area. H is. not likely that either of the above caa bs depended upon at this late date, as certain remedies for the increased shortage, that is hc'jrK occur as cqildiilciiiariiqiv eiist. These the was encountered at a depth of- feet, but tbat at strong artesian flow was struck, and this was allowed the gas' flow eventually being, stopped.' The report advances thu'opitiiou that this well cannot he depended upon for auy con- siderable supply 'oE-gas, but that the surrounding area should produce a considerable quantity. fcal contUUoii of th'eiSb.iithern Alberja nac-for" men'that field-Qf-the'present time. Xorth has on his hooks at the provin- GEO. GRAIG eial labor bureau.. Tlie report he re- ceived last "week that one hundred j znA fifty harvesters woulo 'Ci'y Chemist fro-, has not materialized No Help This Winter yet only a few coming from the coast. Tlie auEmenting the Although ho. has" put through his present supply, says Mr. Craig, are the pfflce more than eight hundred har-, _up o{ the Dingman wells to .vesters since the harvesters trains inains, rind the resumption started to reach Wlnnioeg from ttic feast, not sufficient to this Sity to meet tho entire demand. Some sections of the.south country arc like- ly to have their wheat standing when frost comes, If more men are not found. SIR AUCKLAND GEDDES TO OPEN TORONTO 'EX" TORONTO, Aug. Auckland {Jetldes, British ambassador at Wash- ington, arrived in last eve- and'will formally ope'n the Can- jidUin National Exhibition here oti Saturday. i DON'T FORGET. Tljo only place where you can get your shoes repaired liy yrac- Licul shoemakers IB at Hutton Perkins .418A Fifth Street.South 'Phone 693 doors-S.'of Colonial Theatre Packet of WILSON'S if LY PADS Kill MODE FLIFS THAN Of iNY xSTICKV FLY Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocors-.aiid General Stores -s BETTER LATE THAN NEVER! Now tho summer is over and winter is dravring nigh and the city has had the merry-go- round fixed up at Henderson Park. o o Pleasing'Tone Touch Best Workmanship Elegant Finish Excellent Value -These are outstanding features of the WilllfxPianos. Sold on payments to suit. Your old piano or organ taken as part payment His Pianos Limited HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE never well content and ;the fun they truly treasure has-a rfeky element. They're, the guys who the papers with a dark blue coming from the comic -capers that they cut along thtHr path. Take thn chap who will-go gunning .with an old, unloaded g'aa. We-all-know that he Is funning, hut It's funny kind of fan. Mirthful Is his .mood and aierry, as he points his gun around; soon a funeral's acces- sary., for loaded, as he found. There's the chap ttfet's fond of speed- ing and who'alwayp goes on high; he will: furnish when he his car, though most expensive..was not built to climb a pole, though, efforts ara In tea-; slve to attain ihaf.' longed-for goal. Harmless joys are'much commended, and on such the ylsci folks dote; but they can't lure men descended from lha chap who. rocked the They must have a blt.uf danger to afford 'em any cheer, so they teaso the husky stranger with fhe cauliflower ear. And, whenever they are aiHog and their spirits start" to droop, they just set the airship Billing and they do a loop the'loop, crank the old a little ditch it. a speed to niafce them dizzy, say, a hundred sich. "Safety ,it" -is but it surely gets the goat of the class who are de- scended from the .chap who rocked the boat. FE OF CRIME at tliR present time IsjJ, enjoying a lull in t-rirnc. police j court, haa been held for several days __i _... t Three routes aro now open for citizens to get to the Hel- law-Lomond country by motor car. With the opening of the government ferry service near the Cameron ranch1, over tlw Old Wan the third route has been added. Now it is possible to get Into that district by motorcar by going vrosiand then cutting back across country north of the city, going north through Coaldale and..over the bridge at the Old Mau, and the new way ia'north through Chin. The Chin ronte cuts off one big valley setting to the country Immediately around tba Cam- eron ranch. JAPS GATHER; INFORMATION TOKIO, All's., Kinji intake, of the Navy, has ordered to the United States snd Europe to re- port on' after-war conditions gener- ally." His take .him to Ger- France. Turkey and then Xew Yorltr and. contrary to expectations; ths po- lice have had very llttto to do ouiside of routine. With (he inrush or har- vesters into Ixjthdridgc it was ezprol- sA there would be more stir, than usual. Chief ot Police Oillespie and his meu miied with the harresters and encouraged them to get right out on the Tha chief could not see any reason for men hanging around when six dollars a day was waiting for them and'he told them so. Hodgson Arrives and Busy Arranging For Open- ing Skhools Sept. 1 J. K. Hodgson, D.A., Lethbridge's new school superintendent, has arriv-' eel in the city and has takeu up his old home at Riverview. He will be iu his office every afternoon, from now on. the office beius In Central school Mv. Hodgson lias his family with him Wm. Brodie, one of the High school teachers, has also arrived and ha? iaken up his residence on 10th St. Huntington. Ind., county ]all was sold at auction for M to be moved to make room for a now hotel. When BEECHAM'S PILLS HARVEST TIME 1 You the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Hi's Advice. The Yale ZI2 F.IFTH 3TREET SOUTH Also the b'est time to 1 patronize us. need extracts to i flavor your cakes and. I puddings and we liaye: I! just you need: Vanillaj Lemon, Aim- j i ond, Strawberry, Rasp- 1 11 berry and many Others. We have a nice spe- I cial for Friday and Sat- urday: Chocolates, fresh, Moir- es, Ib........... 60c Pla'ntittioii KiiKiis, 40c Chocolate Kisses .SOc Old Country Pepper- mint, Ib. ,......40c 1 Peanut Brittle, Ib. ..40c- 1 t Peanut Butter, Ib. .35c Or 3 Ibs. for Ice Cream Sodas 10c' 1 j 1 Plain Ice Cream ;..lOc If Adapted ProiaGco.iAcWanu UPPATHER evspaper Comics I LCTHllDGE CONSERVATORY OF -MUSIC Corner Eleventh Street and Fifth Avenue South RE-OPENSTOR IT'S 15TH SEASON, AUGUST 25 PRIVATE AND CLASS IN ALL BRANCHES- BY A STAFF OF CERTIFIED TEACHERS MANY FREE ADVANTAGES. DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPE ORGAN, THEORY, MUSICAL HISTORY, VOICE CULTURE, AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL AND BAND INSTRUMENTS, MANDOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, UKULELE AND STEEL SPECIAL VIOLIN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. The Conservatory School of Expres- sion and Dancing Academy Miss Correne H. Gerber, Principal. ELOCUTION, ORATORY, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ENGLISH LITER- ATURE AND DRAMATIC ART, FANCY, CLASSICAL. FOLK AND BALL ROOM DANCING. PHONE 765 .BRANCHES AT TABER, COALDALE, NOBLEFORD AND BARONS KEITH'S I am going to give you ail Iwo big special one on Friday afternoon, and tne on Saturday afternoon this week, with' "Jlgga" and "Maggie" and all of 'em there to make you laugh. It's the funniest comedy you sver saw. Ten Cents will ad- mit any youngster in Leth- brTdgc. Come to the matinees sure. Yours for 'im. LEN BROWN going fo bs at the COLONIAL of course. MILK IS THE MOST NOURISH- ING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALLFOODS It is also .one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pas- teurized milk is the' kind you need. ARE YOU USING BUTTERMILK? 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 KERR'S QUALITY GROCERY LIST When You Get It Here Ynn .Quality, fKc Very Finest Khovalx Leraouade Powder, per tin esc led Cross Pickles in Sour and Chow Chow, tin 45c Sweet, pfrr tin 50c Cowan's Cocoa, per tin___38c V.'agslaCfe's Marnialafle, Plue- apple, tin..........51-65 Pineapple, per-bottle Marmalade Ginger, Jelly Shred and Lemon Tig, per 5Qc Ilc-Jbrook's Kngiish Mall Vine- gar, per ftoLtle...........45c .liffy-Jeli, assorted flavors, por pfcg. 20c Marmalade. Crosse. Blacb- well's, per.Uotlle 40c Ollvo.Butler...... 25c and 38c Nabob Soap Chips, per Scotch Herring, smok- ed per tin In-tomato i' 25c Sea Bird Urand Sanlincs, iho choicest pure _ olivo oil, pu sale this week, 2 Hloater Pastet per iiu 20c Shaving Sticks', 2 Whole Plckliug Spices in-pack ages, Oinger, Ciissia, Carraway Seed, Pepper. Jlud.ardv Keetl, -.Qloves .'and: Celery Keed, 2 pkgs. for 25c' long thread, per Hi............45c ColiuuMa Macaroui, Heady; Cut a nil Alphabets, per i" 14c Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, a fine flavor coffee, good appearance and strength. On sale this week, per tfo................... 60c Bean, Ground, or Pulverized. Cooking Duller, iier Ib. 43c iiuyal Sliieltl Coffee, per tin EOo Pan Calie Flour. Self-Riaing Honey. Kerr's P'jre Alfalfa, per Buckwheat, 2 pkgs....... -45c jar............80c and Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cantaloupe, Tomatoes, Celery and Green Vegetables arriving daily at the' lowest market prices. Granges, sweet and .juicy, per 65c and 75c Vinegar, White Vine and Mnlt. per bottle Extracts, Lemon and Vanilla, 2 oz..................... 25c 4 Mother's Rtrawherry suul App3e( and Ilnsplierr'-' and Apple. ill. pails Kxcelslor, per ukg. 20c Strawlierrles. New Season's fancy qnalilji prescn-ed. No. 2 tins, each 65c Salmon "Cohoo" brand, M- Ib. cans, 2 for 45c Colored Icings. Maple, Choco- late and Ixose. per iilig, 18c (Mark's Canned Konps, 3 ting for.................... 40c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GrtOCEM SERVICE AND SATlSKACTtON GUARANTEED Chief Mountain Creamery Company Products Brand Butter (Wrapper has actual cut Chief Mountain printed) Tills butter wili please you. Fresh churned each day from selected cream. Ask your aroctr. he will recommend It. Lelhbridgc Milk Producers' Brand of pure, fresh, pasteurize milk. Rich In liulttrfat anil fine In flavor. Try it once and at con- vinced. Have you tried our Cream? It Is pure, separated c-ev.iri, right from the fnrm, and docs rfot float In fat globules on or 'follee. Table cream contains 20% Phone 1329 and Our Drivers Will Call. Prices on milk to Sept. 1st, 15c per quart; 80 per pint; Cream, 15c J'z-p'nt for table; for whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD, Phone 1929 ;