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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD iT --wni-t5- THE HERALD'S PAGE LIVE LOCAL NEWS JULY'31; 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE: SEVEN Grain Ripening in Rapidly; Harvest be Week Earlier Than Usual Cutting Wheat at Danmore at Champ- jon and Will Run From 10 to 35 Bushels .With From 20 lo 25 erdge BANK CLEARIN08. Bank clearings (or July, 1929 fell below those of July, 1919 to Let abridge. This year tho clearings total and last year Wheat is turning, ill seven! points Jii tue scuth md lures is etheduled toicommer.ce on Ksiiiaateb: iriaO-i-. at.a Euniber of ijoints concerning the v this fall run from ten in U Lump re toj thirty at Back o foi v, and fbrtv I and fifty at o'ranuanil -for} oatvar.d forty Uioso" places' carle- Cla e tolm eicedtB i tycntv five bushel nelJ in wheat carB bv Farm Products Opening Good Rhyming v Optimist (By.Aline Alberta University Equipping Laboratory For This Work oafs iLd twenli for lwrle> ran i land Is looi ng to ba hels1 In aheat iort> aid thr'yfUe1 inVbarley. j led turning ul C-am j plon ind Stirling aid sttrtel Money from the 19'0 hancst is al Thursday a 1) mi lore ui d Bjruott reads beginning to come mlo dls Last ui0ht a fur shuwe s f il m' Iritt Coa'dalo haj trowers are again tlio cQunt.-y and some ro-ito the- fore, with na> shipments _from iwrto conternliis hail' wore new crop: Anuouncement Alberta will soou have tho best soils school in the Doiiinio" of i Canada: At -tho present .time the equfpuient oh order for .the University -.ot Alberta that will -bring' this ahfliit. .Professor. E. who is in .work at the University t ?who was a speakerrat the recent irri; j gallon comentluo, 'believes thut tho University of Alberta, when the soils laboratories aro wul tiike t o leading position in this work to liie Dominion. Prcfeasqr Wyatt hopes to have his fu'.'v ortCuv- -within a shoitiime. i l.t may be you are unwitting how years are may 'be ViJii seldom think about your age, and 'perhaps you neier worry though old Time IB in a hurry and sstma to i want to run you off the stage. Now, some men are fcrtf-seren, bnt they cct about eleven; it is plain that they will quite grov up. "All their lair may up and leave. them; such a Lrlne cannot grieve them; they aro twice as frisky as a friendly pup. They are-iierer melancholy, they aro over ripe for folly arid they fall for flap- pers gaily as 61 yore.' They "have weathered fifty -winters, but they are lively who youcg' a decailo'iBibre. this inorr.iug. Hail hit Noblcford and a Bistric-t uortli 01 there: Kroi.i 10 to I'O per cent, of dene at Noblcford. made this morning by, A. Duclanan, manager of .Farm Products: that the Srsl two cars 01 1920 hay were loaded two years, he the Other fallows differ; trsdy, age has hit thcsi-quite unduly and they wear a weary air when tjiey are When you glance into their faceV.'ybu' can seb" Time1] trusty: traces; for they look like old Methuselah baclc again. t For they once hooky and they never stole a cookie and they never-ran away to take a swim, never Joined In battles bloody; but jast spent their days in study ;and'III always keeping very neat antlj trim. So no'calendar a icrkily's'work will bo such !hjit It Vill WOUIOllt- Half an tab of rain tell.! out' toflay, 'ffom thbridge and ie iroin Coaldale. .Tadanac, B. C., is. The following detailed reports will i-taking a carload; of new alfalfa: and Taber a carload of mixed timothy and Shipjhents will'be made i 11OW ou i demand is expected. -give an indlciutou of tho iia'o cf il: crop: good. Is.plenty of'moisture. gaod. Top per ccni. damage, hy hail reported. cond.' .One'Half >icw .ori i'bushels rer acre ot Opening prices for .the n, Or will I'dlUlred. it necessary to change silme of Hie ..obtaining ailmiUiiiito io course In soils before.lue. fullest use'and benefits made derived from. the soils depart- ment. Tlniotliv harvest is just beginning" i to' got under way. The first alfalfa growth is i made .for the second crop. The "crop .Kxrie.el yield of twenty-Dre bushels per .'acre of wboat, j fiflV of oats, ar.d tiyenty-ftve of barley. rain Md! Der lon- more inbisture is needed. j 'some hall' and 'light' rain during .tho week. Ryo threshing will..cpnimenes Monday. Good." showers during the week. Clear aud: calm .weather. .Warm weather, and .grain .is turning., .No damage. -Thirly minutes week. "Warni and siiowery weather. Warm vreather and tood slio.wers. .--Expect yield of twem ty bushels per acre of 'wheat, forty ot oats and barley. Good rallis dur- ing the past week. imotbv 534 per ton. ground alfalfa, sacked, is trusty and its rtfcords dull and cau onlyiserve lo fill you with cau so shifty that you think the chap was days. There is .pot much betting on the' swift years' pirouet- ting, as to gupss at ages means too long a shot, girl may he so1 nifty you would never think her fifty; but the chances''arc, she is, as like as not. Splendid Results Achieved Says Pres. Les- sons Learned Krerybody the'Irrigation con- vention which closed bere Friday v.-as ihe best ever held. The presa ot out- side cities says so. President Marnoch of the Board of Trade this morning said: The Bert Yet wThe convention was far and away the rnost useful and successful that hae ever been that. Is no reflection at all on many previous meetings. t As far as widespread news- papef and agricultural press attention Is concerned it has been-splcndia an't it wiU'rea'cS a publlo'muitiplled niany times the- number of tho four or five bondrcd who attended on the days of the larger attendance. I am glad to learn that the Lethbrldge Herald In- tends to make its next weekly pub- ished on Wednesday. August 4th, a special number containing all the val- uable addresses. "Apart from: Irrigation and simple this community, and all of IWLIIIN Old 0. B. U. is Cause of of A. Wage Ificrease Mixes Things will have to be made so that, closer-working conditiona be- Iwcen the agricultural schools of thn jail with the latest sanitary nrrange- and the. soils department ments. -There are all the appurtcnanc vHll be brought about. Under jes iu the linen presses, etc. has: been lost sight of in .tho planning, arranging, decorating, and furnishings of the new bedrooms. With 'the addition the Letbbrldge Hotel Is''weir equipped to'meet the wants of the; travelling everything .w.hich1' the most exacting would wish for is provided.' connHlpns many a. ar3 leaving: to .ivceite. training in other classes of stuuc.its find it r to gain admittance to. sr.JiL'ols in cthef provincts furiccrtain'trfjurscp than they do In Alberta and this Is one state of affairs that will have to he remedied to niakc the soils', de- partment in Edmonton as efficient as possible. ihbse in Saskatchewan and .Manitoba i who have the same problems will, be under an everlasting debt of gratitude Trouble has been started in the Xorth American Collieries, Coalhurst, by the O.B.U. erganlzatlon wltfi the result of the miners Quitting work for two days and .resuming..on Friday morning, 216 ap- pears that at a mass meeting held oa the morning of July 2Sth, by the O. B. U. organization, statements were made that the miners at the Chinook mines were getting an increase of'13 per cent, .and the rents of the houses, water and light rates bad not been raised. This made the. miners .very angry :with their stating that they should receive the same to take effect from April last. At the meeting it was alleged that the 'Col- stay out. On the evening the 29th. a further meeting held. Most of the mea wauteiL to go.' back bat a few ot the to hold them. On Friday morning, the 30th, 216 returned to. wort- It .is reported, how- ever, that conditions are not yet set- tled and it is rumored that there is the possibility ot a stRke.inthe course of a few days. A. commiUee of. the O.B.U.. met the day mornlng-at tSa mine, tai TIB Nfr fused, it Is stated, to mats any.settle-, ment unless in writing Hr gen i eral. manager of the North Collieries, is to be at this (Saturday) morning, and inp meet the representatives'Of the Pe ter To mk ins, Officer Com Now Peace River Sector Peter Tomkins, of grasshopper fame, pulled up stakes iii Lethbridge bushels an aero.of wheat, with a-shOIt r .of oats, and forty of barley. h.-.. n__J- IGlCr IIRS DGB11 Favorable" growing weather. No rain. ,ge from hail has occurred. I the south, but efforts "are Weather lias been Mag keep Ulo farnlors-after Hot winds and no rain! Brackntt-'-Good. 'Expect'yield of .twenty'linSheis to acre ot pheat. tho'r nas been dry and warm and Blight damag( "'J Warm and good growing weather Warm and good growing weathjr prevails. Showers and warm. Warm weather with occasional' "showers. Prospects are great. :Sprlng fio. damage iiid rain. )ieavy raina and damage. ?3ipect yield of ten bushels an acre'on wheat. Cutting commenced on'July 29. Weather hag bien hot and dry. _ Seven One hour's light'rain and very warm weather. One hour's light rain anil very warm weather. No rain, and some is needed. Rain is iteeded One hour's rain and more is needed., Some, wheat-.cut Purple'- One hour's rain h'lid good growltig, 'weather. Expect' -'twenty-flvo 'of whca't. Three hours' Vain'.'1' Good, fllifng wea ther past week, Hot 'and dry'Wea- Ihnr. EtilXpmr-l'air. Hot. and dry then fy' Hpt': showers. Groin turn. N'ew Weather and crop conditions ideal. Crops are looking good. Milk Showers and crops are favorable, this morning and hit for the tall, tim- around .the. Peace River-coun- stop ill- Edmonton, driving Mary Anne all over the south now for- several months, hustling ammunition here and therp against, the hoppers. To carry on his good work he leaves behind him W. Murphy and Jack Weir, his congenial-corpulent side-kick. The fight hoppers has slackened against tlie 'considerablj Additioft V Adds to Accommodation1 of Weil-Known HosUery .lie pests -.vheti they.; find .them in .heir standing grain.., L; Mary Anne'wiH'still do noble ser- vice for "G. II.? Tomkins. It, is go- ng'to' carry him'over the highways and byways of Alberta to the northern city and then Peter will 'probably ioard Lthe "Exceedingly Dangerous anil 13adly Constructed'1 for the tall Umbers. HUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one placo where yon can get your shoes fifed lust rfglit. Orders called for ilollrerejJ. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE GS3 3 South Colonial Theatre KEITH'S POPCORN CRISPETTES r Are Popular for FAIRS Considerable Improvcraent lias been made in ttc Lcthbridge Hotel by the new addition, consisting of nine b roomB. This part ot the building was formerly used as a. dining room and kitchen which has been now done away with to meet tbe demands on the botel for extra afeoping accomO' lation. The new arrangement is a distinct acqulBittun to the', liotel, and ihiug is fittet! up in up-to-date style The bedroom furnishings are lavish and. comprise everything .in the of'comfort and convenience. The brass eds with their luxurious mattresses .re a feature, as also Cosy arm chairs and fine carets give he rooms an air of luxury. Each bed oom is fitted with hot and cold wat r for washing, Tiiey have French indows and oak tranRoms for ventil itlon, doing'away with .Ibo.nld-Iaab oned glass transoms. The decorations of the bedrooms arc extremely tasty in their design aiy cry cheerful in the appearance they give..They are on the burlap and pan elling distinct colors to each room. In size these rooms arc spacious and airy, and compare wit! .he beat bedrooms in tho palatial ho: .elriea in big centres. In the new an nex is a bathroom luxuriously fitte( together with 'the necessary toilets Fresh Varieties of PURE For the Week End Our Ice Cream Dishes are Good All Sodas, only 10c 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH MONTSERRAT IHE JUICE Is.the pure unsweetened juice of lime fruit and makes a most delightful and healthful summer drmk, Ask for the Mont- serrat brasd, 50c bottle. AT DRUGGIST, St. PHONE 364.. c- NEW FOR CHILP'REN'S SHELTER Miss Daveyi has now been in- ..stalled as matron at-the Child- ren's Shelte.r'jn place -of :Miss. Sage who Tcsigncd. the posi- tion. She copies from Winni- .peg with recoren'Cnda- .tions' as-..torjier. capacity-and to President Jardlne of the Kansas State Agricultural College for the backbone that he put Into the stop- ping of soil drifting. His words sum- med up to this: 'It has been cured-Iri areas of even worse suffering' than your worst; go then and do likewise.'" "If there were any doubts in the minds of any one in authority of the earnestness of the desire for a solution the financial difficulties lacing the project, the Leth- brlige these doubts must have been dissipated. We look for- ward with, the gteatest confidence to the outcome al the'forthcoming meet: ing of Premier. Stewart and Sir Barnes Lougheed.' "The warning- given-by George. O. Andefson'as'to tho difficulties result- ing from private Interests entangling financing and contracting will carry great weight; and will point out still more clearly the absolute necessity for comprehensive'financial aid from our governments.'" to. ratso the rents, water' azul light. These statements, not true. ;After the meeting a delegation jivent !o the Manager of the mines to dis- cuss conditions. U la Elated that he told .the men to get to work and then to come and dis.cuss business: with' him. The Manager some time ago, it is said, at a meeting held offered tho men an increase of 13 per cent, to take effect from June 15th. This, was not ccepted at the time hut the company lad.made arrangements to pay the ucrease the coming pay day. Another neetlnK was held in the afternoon of illy 2Sth, and the men decided to Guaranteed Does It you to put in your time Bapi'ingfyour energy, spoiling your complexion and your dis- position baking in'a hot kilchen when yoil can get such wonder- fully good bread from us fresh every day. Does it pay to try and find bet- ter bread than ours. Try av loaf and, let your homo follts answer. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY A written guarantee with all liatlery. repair work. A com- plete battery and electric ser- vice given. .Prices.are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND FOR PRIVATE Owner Leaving Town' Regal Drop Head Sewing Machine Fumed Oak DPOS ser......... Solid Lounge Chair WADDINSTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c each 25c Oranges, per doz... 65c and 75c Celery; 2 Ibs. for .HIp-O-Lite, a. .to ,'use marsbmullow 45c.' Bartlett Pca'rs, largellnV 60c tin 40c' Snider's Soup, large tinSj-ea. 23c Sardines, King Oscar Sardines, .Tutlanil brajd ,15c -Herrings in tomato sauce, 2 tins for 35c Palm Olrie Soap, Wiakes Alfalfa pure oees can make jar 85c and Sealed Mustard Pickles, per Ji Jar Onion Ptcklea, per jar 50c Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place lo .eat. The Yale E12 THE rtEW CAFE FIFTH SOUTH NOTICE-INTENDING GREAM SHIPPERS We are able to supply 50 intending cream shippers with five gallon shipping cans. All back orders will be filled immediately. Ship-your cream to us for real satisfaction, Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 GEO. KERR CO. FAMItY CRp.pBRS.. SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Two Favorite Hot Weather Delicacies _L_'-: j Velvet Ice Cream AND I1-' Water Ice In ail flavors lich, puve materials YOUR GUESTS WILL APPRECIATE THESE 'Delivered to Any Part of the City CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE ;