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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAB WHEREYOU SXPEEf THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HERAUTS PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN, Two of Ex-Kaiser's Arbiter? in Frost of I Two of ihe German gum ij'lot In front of Xfie cffy They Known to the a whiz tatid, ind atafrmllllroetre howit ftr. The forBilfJteidflece bears .'ill the eirmarki.oJjTWna hit In ihe Trot and rear The tnletii JijMtforatf a by ihrap 'fiel ar-Hl bullet hole. JThe tire gun carriage has from of two guns.wilt prob ably be frfatMln of pair de _ piston hat BeeVtbrne to The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline !saiah and some of verS prophets who passed every test; but, although'these are., gone back in his- tory's dawn, by propheta we still are oppressed. truly cannot under- stand those who prophesy now in our lead, for the things they foresee are no pleasure to ine; 1 am sure that the) ought be canned For tbiy speak ot a pad iT-twin the tarifl on tyread, .ajjd they ea> there 8 no doubt gaisoline will gite but. perhaps ere" in fled: And'these prophets can always relate tooir vrjell swamp Mn our great Ship ot State, hon the bold profiteer Cropsl MGodd" at Practically Point in Southern Alberta are going to be, you can set it right 'dona I cheer up the town when I a sunshiny Jf reads the -fulnre I? tatetjat (3 lloojhy and brlgal "and the prophet s great gift'should be used as a not to spread sorrow and fright. 1 am sureMn the years yet unboru there 11 be many a radiant dan n, w ilh the blos- soms and bliss and the joy of love s '.kiss; there'll each, thorn.' So if I were the sort of a hick who could pull off ithe prophec} trick, Id make use bt m> powerful lift for the glad'stuff is whit I Real Old Time Locusts Make niL'- V Their Appeararlce in ihe T ethbrldgo r (L IB now up i ies and to see that this city ia.foot i. breeding gijiund from which these pests itoWgn'tbe country and city InyVdams Park lasl night hundreds of of the pests were hopping around, No been.received by The ilerald concerning hoppers being seen section's of the bul It is quite possiuiu !nav t' iy are right on the ]ob on much ot the lacanl land Adams Park makes a splendid breeding ground tor them as it ib the hard carafe that attracts tjicm the tune tonics 'fpr (hem tu dci'iqsil their eggs aro now on tho job in. Southern Stricklan'd, Dominion entomologist lias received reports "of .the'm iii mid Raley tountrj They are big brutes and there doulil about.thcreidentity. They will do far more damage Uiau the hoppers when they get T he 'flriii rr thn ame poison as used for 'the "hoppers :aud should get right busy at it. Reports fronts-many- sections of southern Alberta- show: that getting lu Ihoir fight hoppers: aftd ;tbis :-faftf IK' deplorable. Some-farmers have thd hoppers in their fields now }ind are ready to throw up their hands lot. .the and ilo tlievsi-prrying, In such-places poison in the fields either In strips I or the entire er-' amlncd the government agents hart p'lor of noison bcottored Ihroushi Thls'-is not the rigl-t set tho hoppers, they point out. poison must-be spread evenly It-the farmers eshect- to ,get good resutta. 'I cm Hocking ot Migrath and Beorge Gulp of Spring are lyho have been Convorted to toe-use ot poison. Mr. Hocking was a doubting Thomas at first but now he.'ls an e.'ilhusiaBlic booster. He has received splendid results and Is using the poison c-ontin loush Mr Gulp first the '.net 'to catcli the hoppers and on one ocraslon he got .three tbera-nn'- one roiiiirt ot, his field He bis discarded this Will Be Used to Pay For Glub Being -Improved Ten thousand-dollars-was re- ceived by the Lethbrldge branch OT ,tie G W V A yesterday from the provincial government This meney was given tf> (ocal vet era.ns to, pay, for their present club yas promltcd by the government some time ago. done onv the grounds surrounding the club house nas a rm provement and 'wheji tfcey are finished the office build- .Ing will present to'the incoming travellers a sight that Lethbfidge will be The shrubs next will-.bef fine and 'the' space on the-west Bide of the' building has been levelled and rolled" and for a-good .lawn next spring >In front of the build Ing a flan similar m that in Ga't Gardens, (6 being constructed to- day A Few Points Need Rain But 'Sxceilent Growth Told By; Most Reports Rain" Is needed In few'points east and south ,of Lethbridge, tut reports from "other points-receired by The Herald todayjndlcate that the crops are still in good condition and coming along Okptoks reports ten per cent, of tha-Cfops hailed out and klpp cjaiuis eighty cent ofsthe wop hasj gone From Slcjnirch' the, report fa'that are very' bad. Following are'.the reports rcc'eired: De V, Inton good plenty of moisture No damage s r Okotoks, good, ten per cent, hailed out and balance is. fine. Aldersyde good, heavv 'rims ing the week s- i High RJier good, twelre hours rain during the week Ko damage good' ample molsturo four hours rain. No damage. Parkland, splendid, heavy rains on eleventh and hot rest of week.' Stavely, good, warm'with showers. Cjaresholm. good, heavy rains, oh eleventh and twelfth Erenthlng looking fine. Granum, poor, good rains Nobleford. good, grain is growing fast, and heading but. Barons good grain is heading out Champion, good, rain and weather ts liot. Grain .is heading mil. Kirlccaldjv.good. .hot.' 'Wheat Is headed out. Vulcan, godd; 'Good rain's? Grain is heading "out. Brant, good. Grain Is heading out BlacMe, fair. Plenty of inoisturo and is'hot. v 7 good No'dcmage fains and warm'iveather.f Kipp poor Scrsn rain Ftehty per cent, of crop gone Monarch, poor. "Five nours 'rain Crop looking better. Hoppers very bad Macieod, good] Showers and fine growing Brocket'fair. Good rain. Pincher, good. SlipwerB. and flno growing ijoalhcr V Cowley, fair.' (Jood growing wea- ther. I.undbreck, goofl. Italns and good greying neither Raymond good Halni and good growing weather i TJrad'haw gopd Three Inches q1 rain ground thoroughlj staked" 1 Sprliig Coulee, gobd "Good molsturo and cool nights' Dumnore, good. Goo'd rain's Seven fair Good rains Crop Is coming along good. fair. Sit. hours ralni "Winnlfred, fair.. Good' rains on twelfth. Need more rain. Bow yery good. Twelve hours rain.' -Mofe'Hln Is needed. Burdett, fain Two hours rain. Grassy Lake, fair. Good rains and crov. Is coming along nne. Purple Springs, good. Ten hoars rain. Taber, good.. Sixteen hours rain. Coaldale, Lethbrldge, good. 'OooJ rains iluriog the-week Foremost, good. Good showers. hours rmiu Rain is Manyberreia, tjlr Rain Is oeedwl badl) f SUrllng rains and Is coming atonrjln" Aew Dayton, Heavy ijima, crop Is'comjng along excellently. Warner, good Goults. good light showers No'damage.1 -Good Qva.r Province 'JjBv, The fifth Al berta report of Ine Calgary Her aid, describing conditions, today is as follows: Reports received from the special correspondents, of; the Calgary. Herald from a large-number of centres'id Al- berta air coutinued.satis- factory crop prospects. In some cases It is stated present-appear- ance of wheat .and oats as well as other and grasses is tho best for >ears At Jrrluna for instance farmers there are assured of a crcp similar to yield of 1915, while at1 per now headed W j Vam of tho correspondfnls state the ground is sandj, there is ample moisture to carry the crops to hancsL llax is in bloom and; patsta'ro .making ;rapiii rowth, but all. crops jvith the hot nf ttift japl fe'V 'Erf wh cL b> JaSj Jipen universal :hroughout the province, are making fast headway. One of the most satisfactory features during'the week has been the ab- sence of. any appreciable amount of damage from hail or other causes. P.ven the grasshoppers in some dis- where they had been reported liavo now disappeared. They are still. it'Is'eald, to'be seen in tho roadways, However, here! and there. :Hay for Export" That there will be one of the largest oay the province is. now .assured.'' Especially ,is thus the case In tie north country. .The .he-ln a position to ex- port hay this.year.if necessary. There also will bo ati enormous quantity of green feed. There Is not at the present time any shortage of labor, but there are prospects'of a shortage: at harvest time. is gooi use ot the poison supplied m the government and is well 'satisfied. MUTTON 4. .PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one place where yon can get vour Ohoes fixed right Ordets called for anl delivered 418A FIFTH. STREET PHONE.6t3 3 Doors South Colonial-Theatre OPtHING K lORIIKG ,'WHh a fresh'anf .first, class sidck of groceries'and will selR lowest posalbto pricoa consls- .witi Algh; quality.. Your 'grocery -rcduiremenla he entrusted to us willi ov-' -'ery that ezperlencen- vwid efficient sen-Ice will bo rendered. I PHONE 767 Street, Opposite the THE HANDSOME STONES On view hero, are r.ot 59 ex- pensive as you may imagine. We. prepays them, when no im- mediate orders are. on hand. Lethbridge Monumental Wo'ks EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Tke Wind-up of a .Perfect Day Dancing Carnival -MAW EXHIBITION BUHTJ1NG FROM TO 12 p. M, UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS, LETHBRIDGE Nd.V1 SECOND ANNUAL JOY FESTIVAL CANNQNEER8 JAZZ BANO REFRESHMENTS AT Do'UjBllI tfCKETS LADIES UNACCOMPAN1EO SOo -from.our own-dairy herd, in time for breaktast. lou get it soon after bulking No disappointments In dellTfO PHONE'1142 A J Buiterwiek Son North AMERICAN WINS IN DAVIS CUP WIMBLEDON'. July; 16. (By Associated liam THden of Philadelphia AH. ol the British team in the second singles match in the Davis cup tennis play here today..- .The scores iverc 4-6, that he, as giren out, paid the police station a -island eijjresjed his opin- ion., about "spies" and ''ijottors." He then went on to meet the street car had waved to him and taken his numljer, and boarding it he told Motorraan Jlerrick, as stated, that ha had. drijeu.a .motor car in Ufe city Itinerary in South Starts at Cowley July 26, Ending at .Taber, Aug. f In cpnjuncllon with the west-wide soli drifting the tour ol planting car of the Canldiin orestrx Acsoctalion Is eitreme im Heated.Discussions for Warm Weajhetr-Case May Be v Tho atmosphere b{ the city police court with, the prevailing hot .wcath- er was made more heated, by the wrath displayed by Dr. Lovorlng over tho' proceedings i instituted against hlm'in the charge of passing a stand-' ing streetcar. At the time proceedings wepe_ begun the doctorwasjlgiBlyJiiJlk. ing .over S'ilh fiTdignity, so much so for the pan nliie'iears and he n "BOC joins to tolerate the likes of j Wthi> raoiorman tho iportaace Planting of as wind to SIHQSQ his ctruiih him." He TV as told that he was not big enough. 10 do this and h'e wanted, to jrido In tho ho had better step inside or he noulil be put off..', v !--The case was adjourned last Thuri to Saturday mornta'g to allow of the of Jfotonnan G Them who.was driving .ihe car _t the time receiving Instruction from Motorman Merrick. Thorn swore, posilivelv that 'he doctor passed his car while itScas standing still and pausejigera getting on and oif. He did not recognize the doctor nor the iiasalns car, at the corner of Fifth Street and Third Avenue, but the street car was .only passed by cue motor car. He re- lated that. Dr. Levering had later hoarded the corner of Hlginh Street and Third and baiU entered Into an altercation Tritn .Merrick." After hearing ..the ovidence. of Thorn, Magistrate Irivln fine'd Dr. J.ov erlng ivith J1.50 costs; The doctor strongly expressed that his oath was not" believed. The magistrate advised him if he .was not satisfied' vfilii .his" decision that ho should appeal the case. Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to eat. The Yale THE CAFE E12. FIFTH STREET .SOUTH We do not compete in price with ordinary piano, but we do compete with the' best In the world. The Willis is a Qopd Inyettment for the'rea- -soh tKat''money well tpefiV is" money saved, .Come In.and: ifll.NS' demonstrate thfTsc wonderful pianos WIIJJS PIANOS 707 Third Ave. Block) that the above claims Js nbduO the'test that can be'hid and the lecture! to be delirered in Letb, bridge on this' question should receive wide attention. The after next the car will, sUrt ai IMncher, oil Monday Julj .2fi> and wlll'lhen proceed on air extensive tour ol the south. It will be at Cowley the following day Lelhbridge on 'Wednesday. This is day 'of. the, irrigation convention and Instead of hold ing lecture'' in tns train as scheduled it a good idea to have the speakers attend the con- ferences in ihe Colonial theatre. They, wilt be here two days. From Lelhbridge, the, car will go to Raymond and will remain there' for two days and 6u the 'thirtieth it wlU be in Magrack for part of and; the following day. On August I they be at Cardston and on the third the car will spend part of that'day.'iri Nplilefortl and part of the following day In Garniangavl- Part'of the fifth will be Tienl In Vukan and the fol lowing day lectures will be deHyered and Taberjmjhe seventh KIRKBY'S A WORD'ABOUT PIES Why expect friend to cook pies thiSihot .weather, when they can ho bought Just as cheap it Kirkby's. APPLE AND RAISIN P1EJ3. Always oh hand 35c PEACH ...................35o MINCB.................... 35c LEMON .......'..'.........'Me CUSTARD................ 60c PUMPKIN STRAWBBRRY..........80c CRHAM COCOANUT 50c (To Order') 606 Third Avenne South THE llMELICHT New Potaloes, 2 25c New Turnips, New. Cafrots, New bunch- cs 10c Green Peas, per Ib. 15c Plums, per .basket ?nd J1.15 Hot House Tomatoes, per lb.'45c New Celery, per Ib.1 15c' Bananas, per dozen GOc Caritaloupe, Oranges, 65c and 76c Gresn TomaVis, 3 Ibs. tor 25c Ibs. Blue nibbon Evaporated Peach- es, per yttg. 3.0c and 75c IfKERRJ Salad. DrOEBius, VacHl.Club. Lib-..: 50c Lima bottle Special, per 75b Coffee; Bean; ground or prilver-' ized, 65c and 75c Machine" 25c lla'nine Powder. li'oros't 25c; Gooseborry'Jam. per tin.. 51.25.: Parina, per sack Jelly Glasses, per dozen -J.i Tolle_t calies for Pol a to Hour, pkg. -i.'. 20c Regal Salt, I3c" GEO. KERR FAMILY GROCERS: SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Notice to Cream Shippers Wanting Cans It is impossible to get a supply of 5 gallon shipping cans for another month, but we have a hundred new 8 gallon cans which we can to.' anyone who, can use an 8 gallon can.inslead of a 5: Kindly your orders to ut. H Yours truly, V, Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 YOU WILL ALWAYS WAfot THE'NEW ICE CREAM IN LETHBRIDGE ICE AFTER YOU tCNp.W HOW QOOD IT 13 WE CAN STILL SHIP TO A FEW OUT OF TOWN DEALERS. HAVE YOU TASTED OUR.NBW HOT WEATHER DELICACY WATER ICE In all risVors. There Is nothing more refreshing or delicious, WE DELIVER TO ANY. PART OF THE. CITY. 1 929 ,We our new plant CREAMERY CO., ;