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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IMILY OP1H Grain Outlook Generally Very Good With Lots of Moisture. St. Catharines DIstrkt pr CATHARINES, Oat, Jnno Vj> 10 ..vesojrdaj fruit prospccis wore tluioiln-. full wheat siiii fodder crops. Central Ontario TOKONTO. Juno S'.-Utnwou) Uaowers Uuriifg the Inst .vreek tare (worked wonders in tlie agricultural ittnd horticultural districts centering ion Toronto and throughout Central iOnlirio. Dots, barky ami .'.vhrn uro'.n- big yields; potatoes and roots are, ming KlonE well.' Windsor District WTVD6OR. Out, Jiuw b situation.in comity !s fair.I TORONTO. June !2.-Oop sros- pccts ill I'miada from cUASt to coast. In regard !o grains, (ruits and vege- tables. according lo rejMjrts hv Hie rimdian Press Limited, today give reasonable arounJ for ;if to Canada's agricultural aud horu- tuluiral production for ite year !S2o. In the trail growing districts or r'asiern Canada.' the prospects are for huinver crops and there is already great" iiotlety ?.s to securing help for ihe harvcstins or them. Strawberries Kro already coming la and other small- er traits may be a glut ou the market 'in some districts. Apple crops prom- ise Grain Crops Excellent Western Canadian .wheat reports are pptinislic. lu sonu' purl! ol On- tario record rrou.s oi wheat and oats are 'promised! while olher grains are ulso- doing well. The same is irue. generally rpesVdus. of the reports from Quehec and Ihe maritime provinces. Potatoes are doing well iii practically all centers, although the area seeded was restricted, owing lo Ihe higli cost of aecri The various pests ire makuiE tnem- selves felt, cutworms und gr.isshoiv ppjs hcioK found, but are being fought with every weapon known to agricul- tural science. There Is still danger from fro 15 and -the help problem Is fver in sight, but so tar actual growth is concerned, Canada's crops. nccording to the reports received ,to- the t.rfeines; in four years, the rod-.- cattrss pointing to a beaxv crop o peaches and apples, and abundant yields of plums, cherries and grapes. In tb? afieraotra. bowever. r. heavy wi'id deployed which has shaken great nunnnties of tree Iruits of nil varieties :o ihe ground. Numerous gri-wprs zgrss.that considerable of] tbi, dropping could stood benefit sis the trees wr generally Growers of small fruits are not oplim-j Istlc of a big yield. The heavy rains' of the pa-H few days, however, have; put new life in ihe row, tobacco, and i corn crojw. j Montreal District i June warm I wwther foltov.tu, by generous j bave encouraged crop prophet.-1 good crops oi' wheat, corn j i. The'apple yield is fsjiected i heavy. the' st Recent rberries brought en such.'MI extent ioies1 bas grown that the supply of short. Ottawa District OTTAWA. June 32. (Canadian conditions in the Ottawa and St. tawrenre valley have been most favorable during for a "good set" of fruij.- Tlmiugiiout 'Kaslern Oulario. the lack of iwisturc, latu in May and early in dune has' resulted In holding farm crops back with the result that, the yield, even though favorable conditions tb be eicpptionally heavy. JUNE ,1S2! 1 Emerson Ehuqiel ?3 S-7 Alexander "Cirisu-nseu. K, Neilsou _W. Svlvester Sabey SC. NViiiuto Sabey llarold S3, Julninf Bennlon 81. Grade IV. Jennie' Hocking Clarissa Merkley Mariofl Binjhim j Hushed If -Hospital in Dying Condition Schools Make Excellent Jensen SI, MJeUud Bennett SO, flor- Our .._..... set-lu. will be b with no clover worth Grain is not looking any pecislly on clay land patcny. art remarkably fsvora bell, commanding offti'er !u that dls- I trict. to proceed frpni Deltas! to Lon- donderry fuli power to deal with I the situation as lie fJ Kfoul PaKe.l I The questioner, who. apparently, i was not satisfied will) Mr. nocar Law's men feared to venture on the streets.'.answer, gained leave from the house t'ross channel sailings have been (for a general discuss'.or. ot the uuos- suspended. .Several .beats arc lying lion tonight. up iii the harbor awaiting an oppor- tunity to discharge, which is Impos- jible at present with wiring going on about the docks. I t military reinforce; arrived a late well, i corn promising. and not any too British Columbia VANCOUVER.. June. are favorable for B good yield o! fruit in British Columbia this season; and tlie 'outlook'for a heavy crop accord- ing to reports received from all dis- tricts. Is favorable according to mfor- and olhor .barricules '.vere thrown up by the Unionists and Na- tionalists'. Shortly oiler 11 o'cloi-k this morning firing was 'in. many parts cf tlie town. Later 'Crowds of the rival factions were .'sceii marching about currying' arms openly. One crowd wrecked a bar' on the -water- front and wh'4 intoxicants Ihe crowd did not drink were thrown into the -1 The season so far has been favorable i lo growing anticipated j .the will lie-equal to or improved crops of alt kinds won- i-sreatf r'tlian Hie last year's crop, [erfully brain, consisting chiefly of.j .In Nova Scotia oi the pro.vincial department of agri- culture, stale thai crop prospects in Nova Scotia, are 'at the-present lime day. are in condition. Kingston District KINGSTON. Jane Recent h derfully Urain, consisting: chielly oij oats and barley wlth.a .Einirll acreage' of wheat, will he average crop., Hay will be about SO.percent. Fruits, consisting o[ apple's willi 'small .acre- age cf raspberries, currants' and berries, will.be good. Brantfcrd'District OnfV. for some years have crop prospects been 50 bright in ;liis district: -While fall wheat suffered in ihe Early incutha from lack of 'rain and' "suffered likewise heavy fains, cf the last two weeks have brought along what fall Wheat remalned.-the hay .crop prqm.is- ing-l'o surpass that years. There will be a .bnniper yield in fruit. ,to- given out today bj- the pro- office .here. ICoDtlnuea From Front street. The crowd ,____ dhi not disperse until ihe, police had charged several times. There was much firing but no serious) casualties. William Kane, Poliy.of Jconntlion Ibis year, doubtful' compHcalJon'i viih the good "results m the large number minion .Is .what Premier Stewart tells who we're di Mrs. U Red -and -Mrs. B, King were State presidency giving..aj'reporl. of the conference; -s Tho'-airplane arrived' in Magrath took up its head quarters in the fair grounds and man) people, availed .Ihemselvcs -of the op porlunity to ride. The charges being ?1 per minute. Kraaklin Rjch arrived Wed nesdas evening.' having motored frpii their home in Idaho tb spend-n coiipl of weeks with his mother and brothe Newel Mrs. crowd .of-little: folks on Friday after noon in honor of her .souHoward'. A crowd of Jfayrond juniors motore to >iegrath on Fr.day evening to pla baseball.- A very exciting and inieres ing game wa? played, resulllng in BCora of'7 to fayor of .Magralh: is in.' excel ion shows ver lismisscd wi1 minin E Ihe irrigation. .I'Jt j honors on Wednesday last. .The II we Vnow what King O.nutc discover 10[ their percentage is as follows: Harker. 95, Day GENERAL SHOT LONDON, June Moscow wire- ss dispatch that General arkovisky. commander of the Oinsk Hitary'diafrici, lias been' shot at A much nceileii'rain started Saskatoon-Saturday. Some of the rops on thi Ifghler land vere'.begin ing to (urn 'yellow, but the steads riizle. will bring conditions .back to ormal. There has been sonie 'damagf rout wind, cut worms'ar.d grasjhop ers, but conditions were ite-ver'tiettj lau at present. c A. J. Andrews.' K.C., chief; counse u the prosecution of the labof'strik eaders., will.-go.to' London. Euglani o fight Ihei'ap'pHcaHon for hearln y the p'rrovlcpuncil. of the appea gainst .therseiHencea. imposed. S ohn will hare chare the Dominion case, and will be a isted by Mr. Andrews and B. L. New omhe, K.C.; Deputy ju ice for-Canada. v CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED NEW OUf AND UVEJIPOOI- aroni. KA. 17 sronla ..JulyJf NEW, AND SOUTHAMPTON I aureUnii July 1 Julr 31 Aug. mrerator Aug. 12 Aw. 2} NEW OLAiOOW via olumbU July 3 51 olumbia .Aug. 28 Columbia jwsandra July 3 gafurnla UBandra Aug. 7 Ssturaii ..Aug. 21 Kor full' apflj-'te H. R or S. S. Agenla. or Company'B offico l SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St.' OS EUROPE QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL- Salt Enviable Reputation indsor cd when he forbade ihe sea to follow'i fjfade' 11-- -Maiine Mercer 95, Leo The premier i. -i l.Xln .The premier hi [tolho offeriof SnSn.tfS the Dominion goviJTimfnt; Fowler S5.. Pope .Mills 'S5, after Vhe and cock 85, Ray Hartfer SI. back to anciertLhislory. We are) llvins .in present times, and they cer-i tainlv are a. R. MARNOCH. C.P.R. Sailings j- JuTy 3 Minnedoja jJuly 5 July 10 'July 14 of France Coralcan vJuly 24 ..Prince Fred. Wjlllam Victorian Mfnn'cdOM ..Emprett of .'France Aug. 4 'Aug. 7 Aug. 11 Aug. 14 Aug. 23 A us7 2? r.'.'fVfeiita l.if n-owd the sirnua to see ami Lauy i.urzon H-auui; ,.ui.... Torracc. tnf> nedding uf Curion'e daughter, which was attended by Queen .Mary Royal family and'many noublo.1 and others of tlie BUILDING A FAMILY tKurished is a liability, family is an. asset-a setf-reliant defense and want Shredded Wheat is perfect food for childrenand all the body-tuikimg elements iaihe wnole wheat j prepared in a digestible form.Two of these crisp little loaves of-baked whole wheat with Iwtmik or cream fit for ihe days work. Delicious with fruits. MADE IN CANADA Pro. by the supreme Icouncll's ap of miU'.sry ilie i Turkish Nationalists -aBinlonncd by .Marshal Foch and Field Marshal j Eon and by the that tht i Turks must" reply to the peace terms jhy thrs time bet jHrtc.26. OENCIES Ajglnb'othiirn' Block, Phono ;