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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE IXTCAL NBW8 >VHKRE SOU EXpECT IT THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, JULY a7l920 LRTHJMUDOE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Rain is Needed is General Cry 11 rrom AH uistncts in south Crops Standing Up Wonderfully 'Well in Hot Weather But Each Day Without Rain Re- duces Chance? of Big Conditions Vary From: Very .Poor to Good. Prom southern Alberta the cry for rain Is becoming muro incessant and eacb.auch days as those tho coun- try his csporleuccd during tie past 72 hour 3 com 8 and go the prospects for a'good crop fall rapidly; Last veek a crop-report gathered by the Herald apofco of .good crbpfl in more than fifty por cent: of the districts but this woek the prospect aro chief- ly fair with a few mote districts join- the poor From practically every point the EAST LETHBRIDGE U. F. A. HELD HOLIDAY PICNIC Members of the Euit liethbrldge local D. f. A., their wlyes.'ani chil- dren celebrated tho first 6( July In true picnic style. All gathered 'at the river bottom at Du pen's mine near Royal View, and had both-lunch and supper. and run- ning races for the yoang people .2nd children, both glrla, were staged. Hyssop school district' beaV Crystal Lake at baseball, 11 to S. The local :0. P. A.'is greatly Indebted to Sir. and Mra. Dapen for the use of the grounds-ami the other shown to the picnickers. 851 OFFICE cry goea out for rain. Some points say it is wanted badly whlits others haro been contented with saying it Is needed. Qua point reported ono. hour's ralir during the- past week. Grass- hoppers are continuing to crop np Jn new places. Following are the reports from dif- ferent points In the south ot this province, giving the condition of tho crops and a word or two about the district: DC Moisture is need-1 but no damage has occurred as yet.- Moisture Is need- ed. No damage reported. District Is dry I and hoppers are reported as getting bad Jiv'aome of tho district. j High Rain is Deeded.) Hoppers arc not showing. j Kain is needed; Hop-] pors are doing some claiiiiigo. Xan N'o damage. ftalu is needDd. 601110 damage- Tius been done by hop- -pers. -j. Moisture is needed. Hoppers ?.ro doing some damage. Thirty iper cent, damage hae'flE'eri done from all caus- es. Halii i3 needed. poor.' Crops are suf- fcrii3pf''froinrIaJefc of rain. XoMoford-rrFalrV Moisture Js need- ed. No damage has been done through drought. No ratn (luring .the pist Rain is needed tied, the fanners expected little- Iron- e in deposing of their crop. Tho fact that tho sheepmen have bean tin- able to soil their wool has resulted tn the alfalfa market also being unset- tled. In bet the alfalfa market la much like the .wool settled fnto Its stride yet.; ;Tho loin- her ramps are all' taking more hay this'summer'than usual is these camps_are working steadily. The are heading oat. There is a good bottom to the timothy but there .will not be a bumper crop u'wiag to the cold, lato spring. timothy harvest .wHKbe earlier than H1EFFECT New Postal DtrypirlrNot Yet Officially in Part of B.C] Though the nev postal Inspectorate' district ot Southern Alberta, and part of British Columbia has not been offi- cially declared, Mr. Frederick Howard Smith, -the1 new post office Inspector appointed to the district, hai arriv.d In the city to take up the organiza- tion of the It la not eipected that this will be completed much be; fore August.. when official notice of tne same Trill be forwarded to the various postmasters lu' the uefr divlston. The new postal division has. occasioned owfng to the development of the Peace jpver country, which has The Rhyming Optimist (By Mkhaelis.) Local Inland Revenue addad further territory to the Edmon- ton Inspectorate, necessitating a por- tion of that territory 'being cut off and added to the Calgary Inspector- ate. This In turn was found to have mado the Calgary Inspectorate top heavy, and has lead to the formation ot the new Southern Alberta, and B.C. inspectorate Mr. Smith will have charge. f New Inspectorate The new Inspectorate is about 400 miles in length, extending from Bod Including West and East' Kootenay, which takes in the ci.tr of Nelson, j Saskatchewan border, and i from the 43th parallel. to a lino foe- Officer tween tlio 17th a-jd ISlti townships. Little Reginald Jouee is a fortunate boy for his parents have bought CYCTV kind of a toy that the factories make, iliii Ib-j-i rft-ito awake thinking up rfmatblng new to briug tteginald Joy He lias care oil a timk. like a encujh train, aad. a battleship only a tar has puppies and cats, marbles, basehalU and ba and l small tailing yacht and an aeroplane. Bat with all of these IB email Reggie content! Ah no, for that isn't "young Reginald's b'ent. Hii mad desire Is to-play with the ore, all of his toys lie would not give a cent. So hli ly bred parents nsccrt and'fhis have kept them pro- foundly dlitreseod, but plain pleas- ures have palled uii petite Reginald and tp play- >'ith the fire Is his onl: request. TUough their plight Is mos Bad, still our woe would be mild were this ttrange predilection confined to the child whose sole object and aim is to handlo-the llame; HC repeat, were it thus we might be reconciled. Bui many ,much tliaii he are thus cursed; they are clways inviting, en ticing the worst. They would dabble with fire they knew they'c expire, and they flatly refuse to ob- serve "safty first." Both ttic old and the wise often fall for this game which makes checkers and backgam inon awfully tamei for this playing with fire tis a stunt they admire though they Know when it's they will not be.the same. Receives Clothing Order Amendments to the The office of, the Inspector is located third Seer ihe Por.t Office j building; and ivlll take in rill the spare room s, except those at present oc- cupied by the janitor. The staff complete will nninbar frohi eight to special revenue act were assented..to ten, with an AsElsta'ut-Inspector who according to a telegram received by f has to ba appointed. At prosont there No past week. appearing. Poor." Hot and-dry..- Crops are suRer- ing from hick "ot! rain. Rain is Raic is needed. Hopjiers aaii Cutworms aro appearing ,in. parts of .the district. -Is needed. IIop- pftrs :ire doing damage. One hour's rain fell during, tho past week and more is needed. Sonic hoppers ap- pearing., r.aii! Js needed. ia getting dry, FaJI. anil spring plowing muEt tvmni The itl.so provide' that cent ta.T lg Impofic-fl, Ic'vieil and is to b.o, collected on promissory notes r.nd bills of exchange niin on advances rain; during linvb rfiiuV50on. Coulefi- -I-Vir. Hain Is bsd- nocilcil. Xo.damaBe. yet. Hnin is need- Dry and higit winJa today. iialn is uaflly'need- ed. Seven Kain is need- :'-1or. Ijmd is dryijig out. is..dry. Hovr r.ain-is tiadly r.rsiled. Hoi winds today. Hard N'o rain during tho past frcek. Grassy Land Is dry. Purple No rain dur- ing, the past TTcCn. Rain Is badly needed. Good growiig wea- ther. Moisture-is need- ed. Hoppers doing damage. Land is., dry .out no damage rfono yet. Rain is badly need- Land la dry. Stirling-fGoon. Ilaln is needed. No damage New. N'o rain dnring tuc past.ireek and no damage. Hain Is hailly. need- ed. Ralti Is Kain Is needed." Calgary, will shortly, be ;tranaferrcd. 'to the staff. The ofiicfe lo-hfi in- stalled, and the- varlons aitorallona in the third floor suite of the Post Office building have also to-ha start- marie by a bank by way or an over- Tne contracts and oflirial draCt on a value of 100 or less-anil I 'laTO not yet teeir received, so there et 4wo ceiria additional belis a lot work to he got in hand litlonal be imposed on every' 5100 or Iracdon thereof in eicess of ?10C. Another telegram, received read: "You ;ire intormed. that under an' amendment introduced into parlia- ment clothing consisting ot coats, vests ond panls or coat and'pants, nten'3 and boys', is subject to a tax of fiftoart per cent on tlie amount lnflescees ol ?45. on coy- ered bj' this iUini thW. order and measure .if cua-1 toriior talloFor a jour- "cymia tailor lu Ills employ; tho tax shall bo payable on thb amount lh' excess of takes foeforo the :new InBpectorale ia rcddy officially for business. Mr. Smith, the new Inspector, is the son the Smith who was roEtmnster-General from 1S5? to 1863 under Sir John A. Macdoiuld: He haa been with tbo Vest Office De- partment for tho pnst yean, ;md came to Edmonton from Ottawa, as Assistant-Inspector, in 1911. During the Hotfeather 5j It's cheaper and makes less work' to eat our Bread.'Cakesand Past- ry., Made fresh daily. 606 Third Avenue South BI8HOP McNALLY IN CITY StaUes Tax on .foods Imported, Being Collected, Making' the Difference receipts lor of June showed an Increase. of over as compared to fn the nyjrJth Itat year. The flgum for the moath are {3S.S3U.S6 M agaliurt 532.S57.78 In June 1319. According to'the regulations of Ua budgel, snleif tax 01: hu- ported h now collected by tlie Cus- toms. is calculated at tbo rate of 2Bpir cent, on the.value of tho to- ports plus the Customs' duty tailers aud one cent, to uianu- snd wholesalt-rs. collectable ny the Customs for tha month of June amounted to 704.9S. Building peruilta for tie toor.lh ofi Jnne nin to half ihc value of thoae t in the saao monrji last year. The fig-1 nres arc June 1920, June, j In the figures of 1919, the. same wtre coMlderably BweHed by for the garage amountflig to f The Kight_Reverend Johu T. Catholic lllsbop of Calgary, will arrive in the city on Sunday morning, the 4th lust. His lordship will IB- Bisl at the throne at St. Pst. rick'8 chorch at the high mew on Sunday iiler on, ynA- aoly at 3 o'clock In the after- noon, will canicr the Sacra- meat ot Confirmation npc-n a cltei of one hundred children that hu been in preparation for pail month. A. CLOSE SKAVE1 Cte! uj mile juyi had r nsrrow thlt mtk. wanted to shove the price of cut up to one dollar each. Think of thai. At (ho provincial police court, on Friday afternoon, the robbery which took place at Valcan from barber's shop and pool room came up tpr hear- ing with A. H. Morton found guilty ot the offence by Magistrate Burrell. and fined with restltuHoa of tho money stolen ordered. The morey, 424.50 was taken out of two cash reg- isters in the absence ol the proyritior, 1L Cutctieon. with the little bit of hair around the lond end of hTs face would sure have had a grauch on. Now there is nothing to 'tt, the master barbert report. t in' respect bt' ng delivered LORD DOWN HAM DEAD LONDON. July Aft-1 sociated Downhain, tor-: merly Right Hon. Hayes Fisher, ex-minister and long ono of tho tho tax al- ready paid on clothing is not subject to adjustment by rofund, if such clothing has been fully paid for." "The lai on pipes sold IE excess erf each by jewelers operating under a special jewelers' license is nvenly .per cent." ANDREW ALLEN RESIGNS Southern Alberta's Irrigated dis- tricts will ho Into tho alfalfa harvest on Monday morning. This stafement was made to tho lleraid this morning by W. A, Hamilton, manager of Farm Products, Lid. "Tho crop this year Is fine, though not quite so rank aa It was last eafd Mr. Hamilton. "It has rrfado ex- cellent growth In llio past' week or two nnil given good weather during the nest couple of weeks, It will mako flno hny." Asked "bout the market for alfalfa Mr. iramllton stated that, while tho market for hay not -set- LONDON, July Assoc- iated Allen, ean freight manager of tho Canadian Pacific.Ocean Services, baa resigned; THE GREATEST STO.RY OF GOD'S COUNTRY EVER FILMEO'OR SCREENED. BY OLIVER CURWOOD, AT THE EMPRESS-SWATCH FOR DATES. The Working Map's Store Garden Hose and Nozzles Come early and secure good values. McClary's Refrigerators .--_ F. A. ROGERS 546 13th St. North Phone 1155 Blue Car Stops af the Door ALL THE LATEST FEATURES AS WELL AS PERFECT WORKMANSHIP MAKE THE WILLIS "CANADA'S BEST." Instruments have been the final choice of those who know, ''tar nearly fifty years. YOUR OLD PIANO TAKEN IN EXCHANGE Willis Pi ianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDOE MUTTON PERKINS Old Country Shoemakers The ons place where you can jet your snocs fixed yast right Orders callec? for and delivered. 4ISA FIFTH STREET PHONE 638 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre Notice to Please take notice that boys under 15 years of .age are NOT ALLOWED IN THE Y.M.C.A. AFTER P.M. Boys coming under this age aro sent homo Ireforo nine so as comply with the by-law. 16T-6 YOU DONT HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK We deliver rr.llk fresh from ou.' own dairy herd, In tlmo for breakfast. l PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Sort North Lethbrldge Dairy P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Co. 6-6 Acadla Building 012 Third Avenue (South) large sizg, each 20c Grape Fruit, 2 lor........ Z5c ftrape Fruit, each 16c Plums and Apricots, por Ib. 25; and Pears. Z.lbn. for45c lemons, large size, doxcn.. 35c Oranges, per doi... 6Sc and 75c Nestiali, the npw mflk .dessert, per pkj-................. Bnider'n Now Pjocesi toraalo Soup, large tins 23c Onion Pickles, per bot- tle 45c lirge size bottle, "Man- full Cream Mrick per lb: 60c Sire per bottle 25o Helnt Spnghclti in tomato with cheese, per tin ..___32a Asparacus, tall cans, each.. 35c Sapollo, 2 cakes (or...... 25c Circular Vef-stnHe Bnithes, each Toro Tablets, 2 for........ Cherries, in Marasijuln, per bottle ...........25c and -Kte. Ouava Jelly, per jar 4So New Season's Pure Maple Sag. ar Caries........ 18c, 35e, Cfc GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCEflS SERVICE PHONES-1453-1M5 SATISFACTION Owing to> market ditions, it is necessary to reduce the price of cream to the following No. i Sweet Cream 55c per Ib. Butterfat No. 1 Sour Cream 52c per Ib. Butterfat No. 2 Sour Cream 49c per' Ib. Butterfat This price takes effect on June 1920. Crystal Dairy, Limited If you eat at this CAFE Your meals are as good and as moderately priced as you can you will enjoy everything you order. The Yale THE flEVt CAFE 812 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WANTED -GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERATING LINE OF ELEVATORS IN PRAIRIE PROVINCES IS DESIROUS OF GETTING IN TOUCH A NUMBER OF GOOD ELEVATOR AGENTS. APPLY GIVING FULL PARTICULARS AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, HERALD Farming Costs May be reduced by co-operation. Keep this In mind when buying BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company. At Your Service. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, SEED COALOALE, Phone R617 phone 777, LETHER1DQE EAT MORE ICE CREAM, ITS GOOD FOR YOU Difrlrtn the hoi weather to cooking take home CHIEF MOUNTAIN VELVET ICE CREAM, CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND BUTTBR, CHIEF MOUNTAIN PURE PUA8TEURIZED MILK, CHIEF MOUNTAIN BUTTER a bottla of rich, sweet cream to serve with fruit. We are caterers for all of those delicious hot weather articles of dlef, and arc prepared to give our customers the last word In qualfty and service. ICE CREAM IN BRICK OR flavor, delivered (a part of the elty. PHONE 1929 AND OUR DRIVER WILL CALL' Come In and Vllil Our New Plant, It Will Pleaie You. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD, PHONE 1929 ;