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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRI0GE DAILY HERALD TQE HERALD'S PAGE OF IJVE LOCAL NEWS 19; J920 LETHWUDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Some Fine Crops In Eleven Sections Over 2.000 Atres Which Yield 25 lo 40 Bushels Saturday HbUeist Yet. But Not So Hot as and Hail All weather records for the summer by the boafds'Qn -Saturday when the mercury rpso according to Ifarold clerk ut.tho Ei- p'erlaicntal Btfttidij oVscrvatory. Sun- day- was comparatively cool-In com- parison with, only S7.5. Lethbrldge on Sunday any .other point reporting eicept Ed- monton. Edmonton was S6, Calgary SS. and 92..' wau and Manitoba blistered under the rays of Old Sol. Regina copped all hoiiors with" )01.'with Jaw a tlose even. Brandon re- ported.06, Saskatoon y'K wKiieTselson, B.C., had 91 degree weather. It was comparatively cool at the coast, with BSiat Victoria and 7C at'Vancouver fohowlng-a In the eighties. Th'js would ihdlcata a cool wave from the .west which will he welcome. Rain and Hall- The heat on Sunday was broken by lath'at ivfewrpolnt8 in. Southern Al- berta, a quarter of an Inch of rain ,feiU between 5 uud 7 iu the! afternoon.-. accompan- ied by hail in where "some farmers bad'EO cent, loss. Thp Black east of Burons-.'.atso .reports Jvojth of.Taber th'ere was .considerable rain" Is'rcported. Turin and Sundial districts had food rains. Carjlslon also had .showers. fiain Is' at the present tinip, except -in a few districts lying southeast of the" prov- However; i good rain this week would break tho hot wave-and. would J make tlie crops t Tho present warm wave Is bringing the crops along rapidly and harvest will bo about as early as usual. Cut- ting of start this week at JCoblefbra'and Noble Foundation, Ltd., will lib .threshing rye hi ten days. i Compared willrn ,ycsr Ago, week lias'1 been cool. Hero'are the figures: )910. 1920. July 15 81.5 97.5 July 10 89 17 30.5 July IS S7.5 On July 24lh of last year tho mer- cury stood -at 91. This' forenoon the mercury, stood at 62 in-tlip.'shadc-at Xobleford, The-'Uot weather is driving many people, to the, mountains for. their holi- days. Watertoh Lakes filling 'mi, while.maify are camping through the Crow.' taking advantage ot the fishing, iWhich "is" reported to he good. At .Lakes recently Mrs. Hunter of Hunter's camp" landed tho prize package of the" season, a 35- pound trout, sent to I.eth- bridge to the Silver Grill. ROBS Sloin, ot l.ethbrldgo, caught a beauty which weighed SOU' iii the lakes. The Waterlon ft'better than it wan af the 6ame: time a year. ago. Manitoba Situation WIN'NMPKG, July crop sit- uaLlonitthroughout. Manitoba "generally 13 any hibins serious through luck of rain, said J; H.'Evahs, dcputj minister of agriculture today. Mr livans.; said that many districts in which there had not Been a crop for ;i number of years, "werp assured of a good yield this year. .Manitoba will'require a targe nnm- her of harvesters, said the.deputy inln- .Ister, and .put-' that tho work of ,tho department In securing an adequate supply of labor" was being made more difficult by tho circulation of uninformed reports that tho prov- ince was siiflering from a .very ser- Ions drought. Nud-lUinbow Brandon UlUNCON. Man.. July ler- i-lflo electrical storm, accompanied by heavy wind and. a light hit'Qt'rain struck this city and district Jaat night: S'o damage liBfi'bccn reported. Sat- uvday's Icnipcratiire o( ?2 Is the high- est so far this summer. Crops in this district-arc suflcrlns from lack of rain. Chas. L. Kane, "AKalfa" Kane, as he bolter known, informs the Hertld that ha made'a very close estimate ou eleven sections in the Iron Spriajs district and he Andi thitthtra OTej acres ot good whett in his barrinr any Mt back, from now' harvest will yield from 25 tot 40 bethels jwr acre'. It- is nearly 'all pit and' .some ot the eirly-sowing is la On tfie eleven sections there are 50fl of .fipOtttcrts'qt Sax, oats.'barley.'and there' will be' a' BUptly' of; green feed. eleren sec- tions, Mr. .Kanp says, are to- gether 'and 'not picked 'out here and there throughout toe district. Airplane Failed to Fulfil 1U En- gagement, But This Was Only Drawback In true U.C.T. style Saturday afur- noon e'nd evening members of jCtbbridge lodge ot Ihe United Com- mercial Travellers' Association ceh- irtted their, at the ei ilbition grounds. -The afternoon up with ganies .and In the i'.dance was held-in the m'tfn pavilion, The affair, >l all well Com.menelns late In the afternoon the -Travellers, care free and out for sport, commenced their games. Many of their friends took" part la these. they were as much a public affair anything. Throughout the entire period, the ftclint of was" paramount and some of the "con tests between the Travellers wbri very amusing, to pill It lightly. Fa! Instance. DIuney-Hftirls carried the. fat man's 'race against Scott: Grey- and some other-.well good heft. The ladies cannot be forgotten pr Miss Rothney, Member of Is Macleod Girl SPARROWS DO SOME GOOD 4 The sparrpw wblcb Is consid- ered a nuisance, In that it lives on grain and. not on jr.secls, has evidently changed Its diet, and In this respect may at the present time-be regarded as a valuable bird in the city in tak- ing, as it bas, to feasting ou a particular green grub which appears to" be prci-ing on the leaves of the city trees. the July number of the Alberta Tcithera' AlliaDce magazine, publish-1 ed in there Is the follow- jng.'iq reference to Miss Rothney, for: merly of the High School staff in this ['cluel, ex- aminer In Oral French for the larger centres, states that ho in tho province But Case Was Fined on Substitute Charge And it Didn't Rain Either- Sports of All iiinds For Entertainment They and XII., Lcthbrldge IHgh any of the'Jar- Sch'ool. The teacher of this branch r Into V8S illss, iM.A., (Aber MJB9 Rothney, is a member of the local of the A.T.A.A acquisition to the teaching ranks or the'province, and an en thus raBtle' Vcjnns teacher. Fellow-mem her.B of Mlje A.T.A. will rejoics thai MUs 'Boihriey. has secured this dis tlnctlon Curing .tlie initial year of hei career'h'ere.-and wish tier continue; lllss Uothney's home Is in Macleod.- The big annual picnic arranged by. tho Lethbridge Kentish- Association and held on the rivef: bottdVn proved to he one of the most successful af- fairs put on by this Considerably over one hundred werp present and a great, day's enjoyment was shared by the association; their families aud a few friends. Sports of- all -kinds n, from the annual to bare- back riding of Indian The children were' kept busy futiiiing for )mes glveii-by the and ho ladies had lots of pppjitunitlcs of showing' their sprinting abilities. x; a >'ery interesting part day's, pro- ceedings, teams being .captained by Vf. -Haiyklns .and- W. the .att'cr wlnlilng by. li.runs.-: Following is the 'score: Hawkins' Xlj Carrier, b. 1 Hawkins, b. 12 Cliandler, c. 2 llolherton, 8 Dunk. 0, Edwards, h. 7' U. Doe, b. 7 Mount, h.w................. 1 Wakelen, -3 Amphlett, b. 0 Anderson, b. 0 Jules aged 17, while prac Using shooting with other cadets was .killed. A. Doe, Byes b. Rye Here, July 29 A. W, Murphy Will T5c In Laid Rown By foeparl merit On Jiily 20 A. M, Murpliy will opan n nrovlncUl odlcc In whore he will receive orilcrs (or secil rye. Considerablo rod (ape mixed up (n tbe supplying ot this and every farmer will not have a chnnca to get it, Twenly-flTO bushels will be the maximum. The department In this distribution will deal only with those In unorgan- ized districts. Others must bo taken care of by tho !i> wit they are', situated. The Department las no authority to deal with any ex- cept those who have patents on 'their lands an'cl who have not already gono [asl ot loan they can 39- Knowldeh's XI S.Payno, 13 Hossiter, Ib. G. Knowldeu, b. S J'a'unch, b, 2. lAverlck, b. 0 Turner, b. ...............I.... 1 Parsons, b. 11 Arnold; b. 7 Kano, b. i b. 0 I'crklns, c. 1 .1. Payne, b. 0 H. i" Byes 8 Total 67 ;FolIowing the ladles Ac-. feated the mcu. by: a considerable number of runs, bul-tho men played under a handicap, having !to.perform with their left hands.: The usual not mar the fun on this occasion', although the hoodoo bo very .close1 at one tints luring the afternoon." teo In charge have every reason to congrktulato thcmsalvoB, everybody having an exceptionally good time. Without them the day would not have in this department in the classes .ot been the success It was. .They.'had.' aad XII.. Lcthbrldge High hand ID making man rangemants and as for--c_______ the contests provided for them" they were right there. They showed, they are as good sports as the .make frat- ernity of Lethbridge aiid they were ust as disappointed as Jimmy Gor- don" was that the' 'plane was out' ot :ommiBsIon. .Ticket holders will not bo disap- pointed .in the 'plane uffalr. Tbe -lerald was told Saturday 'nlgbt that the ticket holders will get their as soon as the 'plane is repaired, fol- lowing its fall at Milk River, when much of the .undercarriage was dam- aged' and. -nOine other parts of the structure. Every effort was made to get tho airplane iulo shape but fate was .against the aviators. According ;o tlie information .'given to Tlie Herald one wheel dropped off the air- plane >.'hen it rose from the ground it Milk Hiver and the aviator did hot know cnileavoririg to make liis j Returning to'tho picnic again, orio feature ot the sports was the large number of yo.ung. people of- the ;city who took -part and the' wlilctt were donated; by{ ma'ny (irrns., ;were well woHti 'winnlns.'vin doiiating" tie prizes the firms kept, .tliejr .eyes ,oii rac.e was popular affair with inanyVt H was hot; left 'to 'the1 alone1 Ks many of .the -Travellers endeavored to stage a comeback but they learned; that.their school.days arc over." Tho day was hot and the Travellers hod plenty' of drinks and ice hand. Danc- ing was Warm as well, although the night turned cool. The spirit of conv radcshlp. that prevailed encouraged the men to remove their coats and the practice was soon general. Can- noneers Jazz Band supplied the music to a crowd that comfortably filled the floor. The results of the races wljl'. be published tomorrow. cure on advances of Mod grain. The upper limit in quantity, of grain sup- plied Is 2u Bushels and the prico is not yet known. This-work IB '-limited wholly to relief-purposes. one can take advantage of It except a fanner whoitfas suffered loss oJ his crop through blowing "or -'cutworms. Affidavits will have to bo made testi- fying that crop has becu Ic-tl In the abovo specified manner. 'Fresh from oiiradwn dairy herd, in tlms for .breakfast. get it soon after milking, "No disappointmentsJn (lolivcrr. PHONE "1142 Buttennck .Son .North Dairy himself in bed. with the disappearance %K roll he slated he had had on him. He reported the loss of ho money to the police but the accus- ed, was not implicated it. After some consultation between De- tectives Wallls and Egan, tho accus- ed, aud his solicitor, D. H. Elton, the jharge of allowing drunkenness on ils premises was withdrawn against Fergusou and that of selling liquor changed to having the same in excess IP. a private dwelling. Ferguson plead- ed guilty to this and was fined }5Q and costs. It was stated that Ihe ac- cused bore a respectable character and this was his Drst appearance at the court. n regard to the alleged loss of his roll, the Informant stated that he knew Ferguson very well and had previous- ly asked him to take charge o! some money for him .in the sum'of 150, a gold piece, and a gold walch, allot which Ferguson had carefully giveu him back. He also stated th'tt before going to the residence >of Ferguson he had some beer with another manl .At the'ume court M. Ornlteron was fmei }20 and costs'for having liquor in excess In a private dwelling. LATESTPIME Beet webworms are aow- iuvadiBK southei-n Alberta. Reports re'ceived to- day are to the effect that they are at Parkland, Taber and Blackie, These worms not damage the grain crops, but make quick work of the gardens and weeds. From Parkland a report has been received to the- effect that the worm a came.there Saturday night, making the ground appear like :i green heav-' ing mass. The gardens of tho vicinity Eiton disappeared and the weeds went., with them. Farmers In- the vicinity were experimenting Sunday with pois- on but did not get any results. South Side and Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Churches baie extend- ed a call-to the Rev.'P.. ot SL Helens, Ont. George Ferguson appeared before Magistrate. Irwln on Monday to an- swer .to the charges of allowing ttrunk- jnness on Ills.premises and for selling iquor.' .The" information was laid by one F. stated that he visited the premises and had a bottle I of beer, the affects of which produced a stupor.and he .recollected nothing further beyond waking up and finding MUTTON 4 PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one place where you can get your shoes fixed just right. Orders called for-and delivered. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE BC3 3 Doors South.Colonial Theatre LOCAL POWER RATES MUCH THE HIGHEST YET Edmonton has raised Its and power rates. But even with tb.6 ralEOBirnade I lie new charges do not In any way approach the Ldtb- bridge rates on these utilities, Judging from Ihe published figures on the power rates. According to these the power charge In Edmonton Is 2 per k. w. for from 301 to 750 In Calgary the charge is 2.05 and ID Lethbrldge 6.6 cents from iol to 500 k. w, peak schedule, and 6 "cento from 100 to 500 k.1 From 750 to tho Edmonton charge is cerita, Calgary 2.05 cents, Lethbrldge' I' 50i to It. w. 6 cent pea of peak 5 cents. Tho amount of power, however, useil In the' two other. cities Is greatly In excess of what ii used In Lethbrldgo. -V Oiildren GrapeNuts flavor appeals and food Give the once each day. 'Theresa Reason" I HE OPENING JEW WEDIESDIIf MDnlllE With a fresh and, first- class stock of groceries and will sell, at lowest possible prices coaits-- tent wilh ,tlgh quality. .Your groc'erj; requirements may ba entrusted to us with ev- ery confidence that expcrietctd and efficient service 'will le rendered. _ PHONE 767 Good Food Moderately priced makes, this a popular place to eaf, The Yale THE CAFE STREET 80UTH 'We do not compete In price wJth the ordinary piano, but we do compete with the belt In tho world. TheWillis Piano "Canada's Best" Is a good investment for tho rea- son that money well spent 16- money saved. Come in-and let us demonstrate these wonderful pianos WILLIS PIANOS Limited, 707 Third Ave. (Hull Block) KIRKBY'S A WORD ABOUT PIES tojy expect friend wifo to ;ook hot weather, when !hey can he'bought just as cheap at Klrkby's. -APPLE AND HAlStN PIES Always on bandi......... 35o PEACH 35o HINCB 3So LEMON 50s COSTARD PUMPKIN 60s STRAWBERRY Me CKBAM COCOANUT 50c (To Order) KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue Sooth the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 flbs. for' milk testing 3.6 per cent, f.o.b. our dairy. Sour milk will be paid for at bulterfat prico, which is per 100 Ibs. We are quoting an advance on Sweet Cream of Scper Ib. The present price is; No. 1 Sweet Cream ,60c per tb. Butterfat No. 1 Sour Cream___52c per Ib'. Butterfat' No. 2 Sour Cream ,49c per Ib. Butlerfat Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 WANTED First Class Grocery Clerk. Steady'em-' ployment. WANTED Experienced Delivery Man. 'knows the city. One who GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY. GROCERS SERVICE AND. U6J-1365 SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard on yotir clothing. done properly, pressing and sponging -will mak'p your garments wear ndt.nave your pressing 2one by the newest pro cess. Our prices are MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned .....___..11.50 Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 YOU WILL ALWAYS WANT THE NEW ICE CREAM IN LETHBR1DGE VELVET AFTER YOU KNOW GOOD IT IS WE CAN STILL SHIP TO A FEW OUT OF TOWN 'HAVE'iYOU TA6TEO OUR. NEW HOT WEATHER DELICACY' ICE In all fjavora. Tliero Is nothing more refreshing 'or 'dellcloiln. VVE DEUIVER TO ANY PART1 OF THE CITY, Phone 1929 Wo shall be glad to .show you through our new plant CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. ;