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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL WHERE YOU EXPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS .WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1920 LETHRRIDGE, ALBEUTA, PAGE SEVEN C. S. Noble Says Growth Best Yet Past Three Help "Crous .which have iioj been dam- eged. by. tho -winds ,hr.vo made better progre'ss the past three warm days than at any lime this ivas the cheering statement made to the Her- ald this morning by C. S. Noble ot the Koble Foundation, "It seems as If tho warm weather was just what Tras needed. Of course we want rain H would Inspire'a'great deal of confi donee, but crops which were well tooted and which did not suffer from the winds are making splendid growth Thero Is no sign of any burning. Tho deeper, moisture is preventing that There Is two and one-half to three feet of moisture under the growing grain and is one cause for bpttmism." Mr. Noble'Is a great believer In winter rye as a solutlpn.ot soil dritt- ing, and ho hopes that those farmers had their crops blown out wilt be enabled to prepare their land and Kct It Ecederd to rye so that next year, though they may not think rye Is a large paying crop they will have some- thing at least to, tide them along. It give them a new Interest In things following: tho depression and help to hold them in the country. Mr. Jsoblohadsome kind words for the manner in which Mr. Marnoch ha taken hold of the problem anti Is pul ing every string to get governmei aid lo help those -who have definitely lost out through the The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline like said Box-Car Billy, ts he lay at ease reclined, "that the country has gone silly an' tho whole caboodle's blind. Here they hewl about the labor, say they ain't got men enough; but I want to (el) you, neighbor. I'm !ed tip on all that stuff. Any teller who will study this hero truestion uv supply, sure can show you easy, buddy, that I'm right, an' tell you why." pauseded. Tho spot was cozy and twas bard to keep awake. He was. feeling very dosy, having dined on pie and steak, and tho hay-rick they'd selected was a dandy for a snooze; but Friend Bill Dejnies Rumor, Prevalent Among Farmers That Pres. Marnoch Is Drawing Down a Fat Salary" his nap rejected, for he wished to air his views. "Spuds are.hfgher'n all creation, sugar's' almost passed from view, but the trouble with our nations Is the sort uv work [oiks do. They's no use o' spendin' dollars thai could go to raise our grub, jesl to make them four-inch collars or a, niity batbin' tub. They's no use uv husky guineas fooling' with seen" work that, an' these arc tho very ninnies that hev.left our-people flat. Pee pie who are stuck on whlnin' wll remark they ain't no cure, it you ask mo, I'm opinln they might fire the! manicure.- Knives 'pand. .spoons, o course, ia dandy, hiikln' them is use ful work; plates arp also pretty handy, lull, land sakes, who wants a fork? AD' they shorely ought to throttle any chap who has the gall manufac- turln' a bottle, fer now It's, no UBO at all. Yes, they's said Billy, "with this lack uv labor dope, cr, why would they bo so silly ez'to keep men Into the Herald office- on Tues- day afternoon walked N. U. Mills, who has a large farm near Sun- dial, across the Little Bow river. He said he had a mission. It was being persistently rumored through the country which the Lethbridgo Northern project would traverse and through his own district that G. R. Marnoch, chairman ot the Irrigation De- velopment Association, was draw- ing a tat salary from some source for bis efforts an" behalf of the farmers In getting irrigation and in taking up their various prob- lems. Many people believed this rumor with the result that they Etzikom to Manyberries Visited .by Shower and Optiniisrn Prevails Fine weather all over Southern Al- berta prevails today with a slight wind from tho northwest which is lu live of a change In the weather. Once again the Lethbridge-Weyburn line has been visited by rain. On Tuesday "night a heavy shower last- ing'from 3B to 40 minutes fell between Ktzik'om ami Manyberriea. This uis trict has now had three fine showers in the past week, and the whole line lias had from, one-halt to one and one- Imlf Inches ot rain In the week: The farmers along tho line are very opti- mistic that this'year wlll'bring them a crop which .will make up'for the failures tho past two years, enable them to pay all their debts and start the next on the right side. Bob Kcster Takes Air Joiirnye With Capt. Time Bob Hester had a hurried ride from Calgary yesterday evening: With Captain McCall piloting his airplane, Bob got a look at the count ry between Calgary and Lelhbridge and what he thinks about tho. as seen (rom.the air, in the district, that was blown out aro not complimentary to the district. This morning fllr. Kester stated that the blown out area looks pretty bad from above; -Ho-described It was a checker board with a-few piles of sand thrown on it. They left Calgary at 5.60. o'clock yesterday afternoon in Lethbrldeo one hour and 35 minutes later. Captain McCall'came to Leth- bridge to visit Captain Palmer, who was out ot town. The-Calgary air- man left for tho north.this mornlug. mmm Urge Government to Get To gether to Finance Crop For Drifted Land At a meellns hold Tuesday in Bar- on's to consider the soil drifting prob- lem, which was attended by over 100 farmers, the sentiment expressed was very similar to that ot the moating of 150 Nobleford farmers on that they want to plant winter rye in tho fields which have been blown out If tho teed and finances tor the opor- tlc-n can be arranged. Aucther meeting .of be- ing held on Friday at Carmangay when tho same problem will be dis- cussed. Superintendent Fairfleld of tho Ex- perimental .Farm is back and a con- ference is being held_at the Board ot Trade offices this afternoon which will he attended by Sir. Noble, Jir. Fair- field and H. As Craig, deputy minister of agriculture, it be arrives as expect- ed. This question will be taken up at the meeting and it Is hoped that It will result In the provincial and Do- minion governments co-operating along the same lines as they aid in ha Bpringlo supply seed grain to thi 'anners in need. SASKATOON, June resldenl ot Wakow, Sask., found guilty o; covering a cent piece with, "silver1 taper and passing it off quarte ias been sentenced to thirty days im prisonment with hard labor.' IM PAW BOOih IN CAR, IS FINED HUNDRED m m m- But Farmers Are Organized and Poison is Now .Available Here Aresled in his car, which contain- ed a quantity of liquor alleged to be on the way to the Slates, T. J. JIc- Pflnald, of Manyherrics, aprparbd be- "ore the local provincial police court and was fined 5100-and costs by Jus- .Ice of the Peace Janseu tn Monday last. In tho provincial court at Bellevuc-, on the same dato, before Magistrate William McGraw was fined and costs for being intoxicated. For breaking a window of a pool room, from which he was ejetced for being intoxicated, Bill Lukallvlcy was fined and costs and a'further and costs for being intoxicated. .t_aOc Dutch Tea Rusks Green Gage Plums Me Pumpkin, Dry Pack, per tin 25c IJIectrlc Soap Iba. 65c Chloride Lime, 2 pkgs. Z5c French Castile Soap, large bars, 3 tor 25c Peter's Original MIk'Chocolate, 30o Carnation Mush 60c TwtfcMinute Breakfast pkg. -................T... aOc Scotch Pearled Barley, per pkg....................... 16c Pure Hominy, per pkg. 2fc OraneeE, Sweet and Juicy, per dozen................... Ktc Cucumbere, large size 45c Wetltngtnn Knlte Polish, per 27c Palm Olive Soap, 10 cakes Fels Kaptha Soap, 10 cakes V.10 GEa KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS 'SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN THE AUDITORIUM AT P.M. 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