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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, rim FARMERS -VERSUS- Same THE SPECULATORS in Vital to Ow OMrM. ALBERTA JEWELERS HELD A CONVENTION Alberta Jewellers met In Calgary other elected V. E. BiacX, of that city, president, K. W. FluMOl, of Mao- leod, 1' second rice preildeat and 1 M. Godley, Claresholra IB oa the South- eru Albei-U committee.. Among important neolvticix 'puMd were tie following; Important Reeolirtloni Kadonlnc ot the national to oblaln the new I of accounting worked out by the U. 8. PACE SINE CROPS OF 1919 els against S8J bushels In 1918, and of year, and S84.877.200 busheta In In 1811. Both the OTTAWA, Jan- Dominion bureau ot eUtUUct Iwued today the tloal estinvato ot the ylekl and value of the principal tleld cropi of Canada for tiw wXh TS. 1 In averacw ll brackets) peas mlnod grains ot leit ao I and iiijmHw waefc- Int recently, It apptan maay our farmer Mtlton are laced wlU tlmati by vendors that itefly at National aiioclatlon. tor To til tack, to It li uch AdTlilag Uw famw wr ojlaioa of Mtt of TM think he ihould make to to eonild- ration; and ;adTlibif Inrntor the we farmer ahould 'consider the Abolli out walchei In place of those left for repairs, eicent In cases of railwaymen leaving their watches under tho In- spection eystam. Declaring In faror of one price to all Adopting the fair price minimum on repairs. In addition to these the following new resolutions were passed; For Standard Guarantee "That the executive of the Canadian National Jewelers' association be re- we wonld the proceedings justified. circumstances under Those are the tuch a ihowlng. May we all co-oper- and all prosper toietber. SAVING THE iOIL Advocate.) haa made quested to prepare a glandtird form of ajulnst 164.43C.1CO bush from acres In 1918. and from 13.61SVUO in 1917. Oati in 1919 rave SSS.SSO.OOO bueh Valae: ot fUM uropa The. average Tnlues per ot grain at point ot production for Oaaada In 1919, according to the prtwa retarnal ty crop uji foUo'TY: wheat. I1.S7 as against J2.008 that of 1918 by c-eoL and that ot 1917 by or 11 pw cent. FIRES AT MOOSE. JAW MOOSE JAW, Sask, Jan. Japanese employees ot the Canadian