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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRliJGE DAILY HERALD" THURSDAY. JULY 15, "be- Outlook Generally [Throughput Whole Prov- Market Wenk EDMONTON. July eemi-iiicEihiy crop, and Jive Mod. re-1 uort 6( the de'pannienl of asricmiurt sajs. Conditions in crop and live stock In mid July are in line with the foro-1 the early part of the month. jbiidse. The whole of Southern Al-! t received on July 4lh a night's., 'steady rainfall In most iiliK'es nboui. This shower is sue of the uatsliir.iHii? features uf liie past Mi might ami had tbt> tflVct of Ivvelltui? and correcting tome of inequalities ct moisture distribution. Good have fallen in Ibo centre and nurth. The Cutworm Trouble It Abd'jt Spent The grasshopper yrea increased fiuce last report. The parts of Ihy province affected are strips north, jsuutii and v.est vf (Jood ialonS Mai-leoil Calgary line, j particularly aro'JuJ River, points ;along the- Tor one hundred f miles east in' Calgary, aud an out- break ul Brairie. Hoppers have iappcjiyd ur Monitor .alsy. The. ei- (eat uf srtMt uu .ILe i whole but hai Ceco -'iiftKlently.serious lo au'ect single- farmers VUU .tonsid- cradle losses.-, -v Tlicir.liavc been a few small areas vj'stlcil by hart -ine principal ouo be- ing east uf Macicod. Big Improvement All Round Follows the Recent Copious (From Our Own Correspoudenl) TABKII. July H.-Everybody Is weuriug a hopeiul look Just now on account ot the crop prospects. Orouch- ers are cast into tiio-discard and a part of that smile that wont come off is slowly spreading over every face. Crop prospects .are anyc-ue ilaicd lo believe, and changes are tak- e'ven lu come of tho worst d wcalher had tet in ai that lime I ing a. period of plentiful molf-Jslartlng bul d ri b lure In coulrast with She siluulion navi ins sections. The blown-out sections are recovering wonderfully. There fur heavy crops or land with new crop sarden urudutls "aB in tlie previous two a suitable )na Potatoes were a little flow ia ays improved remarkably. Taking oul ot lh.c runnlne. There will ba of Is prevalent ih'ro'ughoiit thp province, but Ihere has of -tidequate showers of to keep the crop lu an absolutely good condition. The driest' area for the previous period .was-in the district north of Lelh- province as. .1 wk jlhe SUM. n'o weeks tlou is better than by reason of tha gnin lu growth I through tho accession ot warm ther nnd the occurrence o! nius. l.ive stock conditions are improving but (he benf and stocker market does net look altrattive lo those farmers who have paid shty dollars a head for feed to bring their stuff through the winter. J. McCAlG. Publicity Commissioner. WANT CLASPS FOR TANKER CREW HALIFAX. July British board of trade has recommended that the crew of the oil Uaicr Luz Ulauca, which was fiuok by a submar- ine off Halifax barbor on August 5. appeared noth- log but heaps of crop outlook is good In the western part of the' district where it was perhaps worst. the Eplendid_outlppk in the other sections a. good crop can be' expected, confidence is quickly restored: .On Friday, July 16th, a football dance will be held in tho Vets' ball. TO HEAR FREIGHT RATE AUGUST OTTAWif. j'uly T be" rail- way comiaissiuu basi lor Avgui; 10 hearing on the apptlni- llou of ;ttje t'auacllan raltaiiyb (or Jt cent' increast in freljht there le every -proposal -will by. (he ftcturlor- fittier snipping in- Boti Uie: Canadian Pacific and Cauidiau _N'atlonal railways to upplici- tfori. __ RUSSIA ARMISTICE LONDON. Briijsb government has ijot yet replied to the British', proposal armistice be- tween, Russia, to bfe.fol- lowed conference. Veitdes proposius'an armistice Bolshevik iud Poland Ulso proposed lha'f'aV armis- tice be arranged slmuliaueously with Geaeral -Wrangei, anti-Bolshevik learl- er on ihe southern (rent, Andrew Bonar Law aimouiicf.C In the house of commons this afternoon. C.N.R. TRAIN DERAILED; ONE PERSON INJURED Rain Benefits Tcnn Had a Unique Quit Game occupied by Mr. and }lrs. G. Rotasrll. Miss Alice Lebow bus accepted a posltim; trsssa parlor. Mr. aRH.Jlrs. J; Black Jetl'ou Prl- day for Calgary, in the future thoy will rviide. ara sorry to see then) leave our town, and we loin in wishiug them success iii 'their new abode. Mrs. J. Welsh and, little daughter left ou Monday for Camrose. where they will spend -Mrs, J. McKay returned from Lelh- bridje oa .Mouday. July 13th. Mr. 0. Chew u busiuuta visitor In diys this week. Mrs. D. Moir and her two djurhten (From Our nAKO.NS. July Mr. aiiii J. Rutherford of Irc-a Sprlusa were. visitors in July The Played atiaron, be- Uecu Uarous und Clarejholm on tho ball storui of Saturday nosday last won' by We hope the damage was nil MrtSSs A bull game of unique Mrs. Moffat anil Miss M. Molr were visitors iu l.ethbrldge, July IStli. WIN-MPEG', July the i 'moonlight" train from Grand Beach uuti. i rauonjigai. train from urani A; new ojieralbf'for'night-duty, F. oh the'Cuuifcn" National 0. Whay, of Aldersyde, has succeeded j derailed nitht near nonor. J. A. Trenoutb. who has left with lilaj person not seriously faruily for Blalrmore, where he will A statement from the railroad of. assume.duties of the.same order. On Friday of last week, the. re- nces. today dichred that tbo cause mains of Sirs. S- fjhawcross were lald- to rest in Taber c.emelery. The fun- eral was from the house 16 the Metho- dist church', thence to the place .of Interment. Besides tho husband, and the parcnts'ot tho deceased lady, Mr. and Mrs. Kathreiis'of Purple, Springs, and a brother, KatHrens. (here ot the derailment was n defective iwitch, and that there was evidence hat the switch had been tampered with. Special agents of the railway are investigating. President D. B. Hanna, of the National was a passenger on ,llie train. 1918, be awarded a clasp for their) present Mrs. W. llanklh and son, 'encounter rrllh the enemy under'stus Willlinr from California, and several Intimate Wends- of the: family, 'Rev. M. Wiggins conducted the. craft. The crew of the Luz.DiiBca totalled 3j-inen, un4er Ca'puin Thomas. T-xo of Ibea, were killed by the shell fire of the Eiibumiue and the remainder were'brought to the city and transported to their Domes. later fearers were Meisrs. McRoberts, Win- Night Service ARE IK A POSITION TO GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED SATIS- FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS WASHING CARS TIRE REPAIRS Our night man is at your service .any.hour. Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH RETREADING Get your nest lire rclreadcil by us. Wo ,iro cspcri tire men. We Are Also Experts In Sec- tional Worki Broken Btads, elc, here lo alve service' Spe- service to oui-oMown orJc.-s. Express paid one way." Lcth- tridec'j Ltading Relrcaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, LetKirldoe, PHONE 1451 toward the close'ot which Miss Sybil Honketh rendered a fine solo, a'choir assisting .hi tbc singing. The pall- wood. Jleikle. stubbart; and Jardine. Several, beautiful wreaths were placed on 'the white casliet, Includins one from a distant cousin. H. A. Kothrcns a brother, of the TTHS iinahTR to arrive in time, but reached here Saturday." Another aeroplane passed over Taler on Tuesday i The Pair Hoard hold another Satur- day night meeting oif, the ,10th; anii went 1ntQ_tne details ot the fair build ings exhaustively .The canvass is proceeding rapidly, and reports are in the main encouraging. While Ve would not be thought lo be pikers, we would suggest that If there is an idea of not going ahead with_the rainmaker, the money could very well lie spent on thVfair. -Tte funeral of the late John Turner, one time machine boss at the. Can- ada West mine, took place the ,Pres by a nd x' f roin 'there t o the depot, at 10' o'clock, The serrice TTSS: takiju- uJ'Rev. M. 712 Srd.AVE.. S, B CHAPLIN and it its close the slon led by the bind proceeded to station, tp'me'et the' westbound the band renderlog suitable music as the cortege reached .th'f Fol- lowing the band, .about thirty miners preceded the hearse! beside which walked the .prominent' mlnprs of Taber. A.. long line of vehicles succeeded .tho. uienl' On the arrival' of. .the. train, the body was shipped lo Cardston, where' interment took place later. The following racing events will be pulled ofl on the last two days of Ihe Fair, Aug. Trot or pace. or HOC. Half-mile run, 2 oul of 5, f2yO. Pony race, H.2 hands anc under, half-mile dash, 41SO. Harness troL'JSO. Tliird day free T-all.. trot and pace, J40C. Free-for j run, '.1. mfle dash. 5250. 'Ladles cr. 'three-quarter mils run. First acxfeach day at p.m. All har ess three heal 'plan, money vlded 60; 25; 15, and 10 per" bent merican 'Trotting Asw'ciitlon rulei ve, to enter, three to start." Entries OEe at 8 p.m. evening before race of program may be.clianged o suit horses on grounds. Harses are now being jived work- ula i on grouncis of-tba Agrlcu'rluial oclety, and th'e track 1s being put In rst-class Shape by K lllpllfiger, who III have entries, himself, "and !wui unnerly racing bis own horses on le Northwestern circuits. Tolton and Smith have taken'' ic here, and re preparing for the K. .f.-.Kiaukcn la leavilig for a Irlp D the U.S. whcro he may 'oventiially jcale, anil lias placed D. 0. Marshall, n experienced plumber and furnace larn In charge. played in Barons on July 9th, between Barous and GranuB. the 'scqre being lu favor o( Bifons. Th'e citizens here turned out in. good numbers lo cheer their1 play- ers; Ihiis .fueling they were the deci- sive factors lu determining the issue for Barons. A few farmers who have grown ryei art preparing to harvest same the near future. Some of .the rye will be.used for feed, am! olher ia'rmen, are expecting to thresh some for iced [or1 future use. Since tho rilns ot last week and this.week, the wheat has snot up con- siderably, and In parts of the district Is beginning to head out. The rain ]fj> helped tho pastures. Is a great need tor. road'work to'be done round our district, and we are glad to notice that interest is be- ing taken in this need. Born-To Mr. age and Sirs.' Bruce Mclellan of Barons, lu Van Haarlem ho.pltal. Lelhbrldge, o'u Monday, July People's Fomm 1 AT'HJIlKJt1 SWINGS Purple Sprliis. Jutw 30, Editor to isk you to kindly msle tie (ollowloj In your paper ro dipping of cattle at Purple SjHagi: tiat tke Purple Stock Dippics wciaiion emipleted a very. aiji iur urii WA hare dipped netd of cattle ia four days and had any'acci- dent and-have not-hid even ia anl- msl hurl, in way.' The'Inspector say's thai it is the best built and bctt bundled dip he'k We will start .to d ou Tuesday. July get all cICMCd up-by Saturday. July risked anywhere. Hho second lime 6th and wUh to nth. 1S20. a sou. G. Chew aud'tivo sous attend- -V" farmers ere asked lo cd'the irrigation meellns in Com- arrange accordlncly. tnerce. (in Tuesday nljht. VonKs truly. v ff r MEDALS FOR CANADIANS v LOiVDON, July following Canadian awards have been gazetted: Distinguished Conduct Medal: Quar- termaster SergL F. A. JIcBrlde, for conspicuous service. Military Medal: Serst. D. P. Me Donald and Private E. G. Hicks. Medal: Sapper u in and Mr. W; E. Fuaee waa a visitor iu Carmaunav ou g Both daughters ot the' beaul.iful Prlseilla Couutesss Annesley hold So- cialistic views, and Lad) neeloy -looVins utter hungry Her eTslcr is Liids' Constance Mallesoii (Colette We report with pleasure the decid- ed improvement- in' the health ot two ofrour ladies, In. the persons of Mrs V. C. Dunning and Mrs. W. B. Fusee, both ot. whom are progressing favor- ably. 'A number of .Barons ladles mado a-visit, to Garden. Prairie school last week, to hear Mrs. McKlnncy of Claresholm speak at tho Inslituto meeting there. ..Two men on the water wagon round town fhese days, surely ought to meet the. needs of everybody. Mr.JG. llomcril, formerly of tho Ford garage was a visitor here last week: Mr. and Mrs. Moffat and son ct Claresholm were visiting with Mrs. MofTat's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Molr'over the week-end. Sirs: Hatfleld and family have rhoved into the house forrlerly t. Ri Hudspc. Sec. aad 70-year-old Sir John Kirt, Ibe EOOd magician to poor children. who, Is visiting bis d.ucbter In Cnl- caeo. "It's cblldren this .old worid needs.. More-and belter chll- drea.'i old people don't count." BLUE RIBBON TEA. It levels all ranks! The rich must have it because no other is quite so good and the poor have long since -found out that Blue Ribbon Tea is the rnost economical. i THE HANDSOME STONES On view hero Ml ?o psnslve as you'may-Imagine. We prepare them nfccn.'n'o ira- mediate are on hand. Lelhbridge Mc-numerilal EIGHTH STREET SOUTHT OCANU-iA, July Dahl arisen and John Morrison'made a usinesi trip to Bow [eland Wcdnes- ay. Mr. Chris. Oravenstlen was calling n Irlends at Pleasant View Wcdnea- ay.' Mr. and lire. Swannon were visi- tors to .VVIrlnjfrciI Wednesday. Mr. Paul Ilchring of Wlnnl'fred In Ihe dlklrlcl frlday buying caHlo. A. X. Spflnkle and Mr. rtiilko mado a business Irlji lo'Meiliclnri Hat Sat- urday. Louis Dumso left Sunday; lo work ii> the Prospy mine. -Mr. and Mrs. Graliam epcnl Sunlay afternoon the gucit of Mr. and" Mrs, Slrand, Prospy. V Mr. and Slephcnaon spent Sunday at the Held ranch. Mr. Richard Ivcrson of, Prospy was calling on friends here Sunday. On Thursday. July Sth, K. X. Moycr, anil general manager of B N.'Alnyer Co.. very sudilen- ty nt his luinic li: Toronto after a uriel ecials Friday and Saturday :AT: MlttVlE IfGOIRE Any pair Geo. A. Slater Shoes in black regular Sale .95 Any pair Geo. A. Slater Shoes, in tan regular Sale .95 These Sale Prices are below present day replacement prices. Buy Your Shoes at a Saving 25 p.c. discount on all STRAWS' and PANAMAS The "2" M's McKELVIE McGUIRE Largest Distributors of Men's Wear Southern Alberta ;