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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1920 iETHBRlDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Saturday Night Sees South Alberta's Harvest Half Over Some Points Have Cutting, Others Just Nicely Started, But On the Whole Over Half Grain Cut And Threshing Will Soon Become General. Finished o'l wheat, oala und barley started at tho Bame Ume as at More Uiau [Illy per conl. the (steal crop In SoullLcrn Albcrla baa bteu em. according to'estimates :ra- ccived by Tho Herald today.. and Seveu Pcr3ons._vrtisre crops are light Ibis year, nre the only faints TC- liorllng one hundred per cenl. cut. Tho figures run from ten per cenl. to eighty, and ninety. Threshing has filarlci] ut n n'iinibbr-of points.-' yro reiwrts received: of wheat com- menced lasl oats' on Iho Baine dJiy anil barley or thle week. Ton per cent, of Ike wheal la cut. fifKx-n of the oals End of barley. or wheat com- menced, on Kriday of last wccl.v oats 011 Tuc-Efey of ibis week and barley on Iho saiiio iJUy as wheat. Twcutyjiior cent, of tlie vrhcat Is cut.'leu cenl. of Lhc o.n.U nud per cent, ot Ihe barley. culling comment cil on of tbiG week ouls on tlio slxleenlli of tho month. Ten per cent, of Ibc wheat Is cat nnd twenty iicr cent, of ItiG oats. High per ceut. of the wheat and oats are cul and Uilrly per Yulcau mid seventy per cent, of the wheat Is cuti Fifty per cent- .of the OB Is and eighty per tout, ol-ihe bar; ey. j per cent, of Ihe wbeal and oats arc cut aud ulnely per cenl. ol Iho barley. and cut culling :ommcnccd on the BeTftnteenth.aud Parley two days earlier. Seventy per cent; of [no wheat and oals are cut and Jijty r- ot wuyal and oats commenced cm the nineteenth ahtl bar- [ay'on Ihe' fuleenth.'Fifteen per cent, of-the wheat anil-oals are .cut and iilno per cent. o( the barley. culling commenc- ed nn the tweulie-Lh- and len per cent. Is cut. culling commenced on the nineteenth and per cent, is cut.' cutting commenced on tho nineteenth, tho jirovIouB day. Seven per cent, of the wlieal Is cul and flfly per cent of the cutting com- menced on the sixteenth, oats on the wontleth and barley on (he eigh-. ecnth. Sixty per cent, of the g cut, len per cent, of the oats and Illy per cent, of the barley. per cent, of he wheat has hcen cut, slily-Iive per cenl. of the oals and thirty-five per (he barley. cent, of the ivbeat Is cut, flfly per cenl. of the oats and barley as veil. Manyberrles--Scveuty per cent, he" wheat has b'cen cut aud fif'ty per ct o( tlie oals hau been cnl. Threshing ol wheat .commenced oh the Iwenly-lhlrd. culllns commenced on Ibe ninth anil fitly per cent, is cut. ,Ynngstcrs Aged.0 to 11 Years Are Held For The Crime' Coald.-ile. It Is a dry farm and the! v.heul averaged 20 bushels lo the acre. JV "Tho grade was really No. i hard ifl [o 11 years old, Tn the program of races draivn for tbe Labor Day spbrls to be held at. Ibe exhibition grouods under the auspices of Ito l.elhbridge Trades aid Council and tlie'G, W. V. A., many races not often .tncountered now" are included. The program will ;Ive oTCryoody a chnue'o lo show their jroivess, from ono h'iindretl: years of ago dovtnj'. LaSies ot all ages Uavo jceu iirovldcd for, as well as men .and The program .announced today subject lo change. A meeting ot Ihe sporls commitlcc will be held on Jlonday nlehl. The program as given oul Ihl's morning was Iho result ol a meeting of the sporls committee last night lu the All the prizes have not been an nounced but valunlloriD given out shovr some of Ihe'prizpB will run as high as flflccn dollars'. Following Is the program: 100-yartl daeh, open.' Firsl prize wil be valued at fifteen dollars. 220-yard dash, open. The -flrsl prize will bo valued at fifteen dollars. 410-yard dash, open..The Brst prize will le valued at fifleen dollars. One-half mile race, open. First prize will be valued al fifleen dollars. High Jump. open. First prize" will bo n ellk shirr valued at leu dollars. Broad jump, open. Hop, sleu and Shot pul, open. Married men's' race. Tug-of-war, open. Seven persons ill compose a team. Slow bicycle race. open. Helay race, cine-half mile, open. Fat men's Old men's race, fifty and over. Greasy pole: Cigarelte race, lafiles- and gentle- men. Boys 100-yard dash, 14 years and. under. 100-yard dash, 17 years a'nd under. One-halt mile bicycle ract, 18 years acd under. Blindfold boilng. Sack race. race. Pony race, open. Olrls '50-yard dasli, 14 years add under. dasli, IT and under. Threo-legged race. IT years and un- der. KgS and spoou rsce. Ladies 50-yard dash, open. First prize has u -value of clgbt dollars. dash, .married ladies, op.en. First a value of eight dol- laraj '_' acd.needlc racej opeifr ladles _ Threelcgged' race, nilied. -Kgfi aud spool! race.- Three-legged race, married touplcs. Of course the baby show iiiuel- not he forgolteti- Assistance can ie-fii hy those inlendiDg lo take part" by notifj-inc Secretarj1 Turcotte, of Ihe of Ihcir entry at the earliest 6'iTiJur'unlly.. Xorlh Tonawauda, a sunflower n feel high, with A has II flowers and buds.. Uthbridge Passed Up While Other Alberta Cities Get Sessions Lethbridgc will not get a slums vt the Larin' commission which Is to holding enquiries in the west on 14 at Winnipeg. That, at least, 13 In- dicated hy the itinerary which has just heen announced, which provides for slltiugs in Medicine Hat, Calgary. and Kdmoaton in this province. Whether Lcthbrldga made applica- tion for the holding of a hearing here Ihe Herald has been unable to learn. At any rate Ihere has heen ao agita- tion that Lethhridgo he made a sitting itinerary -fqr '.western Onlariii. and the four western provinces fol- lows: Winnipeg, Seplember 14; llcdicmo Hal, September 17; Vancouver. Sepler: licr 20; Victoria, September 22; Van- couver, Seiilember -4; Vernon, Sep- tcinber 27; Nelson, Seplember 30; Calgary, October Edmonton, Oclo- her 0; Sasialoon, October 8; Ileglna.' Brandon, October 13; Win- nipeg. OcloberM4; Fort William and Port Anhur, October 15; Sault Ste. Mavie, Octo'ber IS; Windsor, Qclober 21. The price of anthracite coal in Winnipeg will advance fl.10 a toil, ef- fective Sept 1, bringing tho price up to ton.' Better than Pills GET A .For tiver Jlls! ZSC-Bft J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Two 9 respectively, have that grade'iverc ceiug given confeibed lo. sloning-Jolm Koclnit, file year" said L. 0. Green of Hie Ellison! aged fanner of the Galirinn sellle- company lo Hia Hsrslcl Ibis monilng.I mcnt tilmll, who died early last "It ia-nnc- of the tipctt samples nil Monday morning of cerebral neniorr-' whoal I have ever teen so early Inj hasc'. Major G. W.vClark, of Ihe pro- Tbe ------..r-_ -Y asH Harry Sa.lubq.lck, .In'tho cus- tody of the police. No charge hag-yet John was hold as a material wilness In Ihc'case, has been granted bis-liberty.. at I have so early In ha EC. Major G. .W.vCinrk, of _ ,J [viuuial police, annpuhccd toil lie wliont 'TrelslLCd C5' 1L2 poumla boys, vhoae The to tho buahcl. --This ts the. recorj so far lepnrted Ibis fieason. of wheal fijom many voin'ls SoiUhcm week Grcon will fitart nest eighteenth, eacb is cul. commenced ajxleenlh, oals and barley two days lalcr. Kitty per cent, of Ihe oala mill SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT ought not to loot liuck unless it Is lo derive "useful lessons from pcist errors, ami for the o[ profit- Ing 'by rtcar -boiisn'i- eipsricnce. School- He-opens Sept. 16lli, 10 a.m. Boarders reluming, SopL. 15lh, new uoardcra, 'SopL Htli. REMITTANCES; TO THE UNITED STATES Fanners, Merchants and tlie General Public are invited to use, this Bank's services in sending money to the United States. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Capital and Reserves.................................? Total Assst! E. E. McKay, Manager Lethbrldge Branches at Taber, Cardston and Magrath MACDONALDS rier SMOKING TOBACCO w: Meryeaw stfll Canada's-preference Ask the Person Who Has Eaten And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH YOU WILL ENJOY EATING HERE We ?.'lde variety ol dishes lo tempt the hot weather appetite. From si standpoint of :omfort why let your wHo urotl loraelf orcr" n liot stftvc, heat up your home, permGate ilr with oppresslv'e :cookmg odors, when you can eat com: and wholesomely at Kirtiby's; whero the-great'var- iety Q[ Vhc enables you lo select your preferred lootl pre- pared with all the excellence and tastiness of home cooking: It pays to eliminate some ol the Biinvmer cooking. DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your chocs repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is at Mutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone" 693 Z doors S. of Colonlkl Theatre Pleasing Tone Beautiful Touch Best Workmanship Elegant Finish Excellent Value These are outstanding' features. of the Willis Pianos. Sold oa payments to suit. Your pld piano or organ taken dayment. Wills Pianos.Llnltel- HULL CLOCK LETHBRIDGE i AUCTION SALE MONDAY NEXTi AUGUST 3flth ON THE PREMISES, 904 SIXTH AVENUES. COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK 5- KIRKBYS 606 Third Avenue South 5 INSTRUCTEDiBY THE TRUSTEES'OF THE .LATE IVES ARM- STRONG TO SELL BY AUCTION AS ABOVE, THE HOUSEHOLD ICE 'THE NATIONAL FOOD is morn Ice cream consumed In America than In utlior continent on Mrtli, Maybe tliat Is why Ihe people ol America aro Ihe henlthFost'and haMJest ol the world be- cause Ico cream h Ihe food you can lake Inlo your It contains more nulrlllvo elements than thd avglurn demands In more sen- crous jiTODorllona, It Is the National Food became II Is Ihe of all da.w.i. It graces the bantiuct, laDlo, It Is tho deascrt (or tho rich as aa Ihe worklngman. It Is Ihe relish ol.tho children whether served In ttje home, at the soda fountain or III tho penny cone. The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made U Crystal Ice Cream iit. MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 And effects including: Dining sullo in solid oak, comprising buffet, 5 round extension table anrV net eight rtlneTs; roll top desk, small size; handsome llljrarj' 'n fnmed'oak; 7-drawer Singer sewing machine; hookcnEa and quanlily of books; lounge chair, upholster- 5 cd in fumed oak occasional (able; solid oak rocker; g upliolstercil sellee; refrieeralor; 9il2 carpet siiuara; rafrlgeralor; Gurney-Oxlorrt raugo 7.-HU tank and UoL -water front; chUd'B col 5 and mnllrcss: 4It. Cln. bed wilh springs and niattress; walnut dresser; bedroom rug; 3fl. bed with springs.and mattress; blue carpel Rnuarc; quanllly linoleum; nnrse rocker: niirror and glass n ehelf; whllfi wicker baby bhggy; wicker -xrerllonally HANCSOMK BKDHOOM SUITE IN WALXl bed coll sprlngs'and Oalerinoor rnallress; 1- 5 latile wllh triplicate mirrors, dressing tab. 'ill table; filter; verandah chairs; Wear-Ever alnuij. i'.c ivare; pictures; many smtvll Hems. c TERMS CASH PHONES uxiinueuiiwm-v Chief Mountain Creamery Company Products Did Chief Brill (Wrapper has actual cul Mountain printed) This butter, will please you. Fresh churned each day from selected crQctm. Ask your grocer, he VftU recommend it. l.cthbrldEc Milk Brand of pure, fresh, milk, Rich In nultcrfat fine In-flavor. Try It once and ue con- Have you trfeiJ our Cream? It is pure, separated c right from ihe farm, and does npl float In fat globules on you.' or cofTee, Table cream contains 20% lai; whipping Phone 1929 and Our Drivers Calf. Prices on milk to Sept. lei, per q'lnrt; Be per pint; Cream, 1Dc for table; 2Dc for CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD, Phone 4929 ;