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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL THURSDAY, SECOND SECTION LETHPRIDGE. ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN Noble Breaks All Records; Seeds 1200 Acres One Day With 26 Drills Crop in Southern Alberta Being Sown at Tremendous Rale- Finest Kind of Weather Pre- Per Cent of Wheat Seeded by Saturday Night. What Is believed to have been a record for. seeding operations for the whole of the Dominion of Canada If'not for the whole American continent, was set up Wednesday by the Nobleford Foundation, Ltd., when acres of land were planted. This remarkable record was achieved-by the operation of 26 seed drills on two shuts of nine hours each. Each drill averaged slightly belter than-23 acres per shift. At this rate of progress the will be able .to complete the. work of seeding its gigantic acreage of acres in 15 days. The same acerage seeded today, re- ports from the scene of opera- tions. Weather conditions today are Ideal for seeding throughout the whole of Southern AlberU and it is estimated thaf, 20 per cent, of the whole area'to be put In crop this spring will be seeded by to- night. By the end of the 40 percent of acreage, or 50 .per cent, of the wheat seed- Ing, will be provided the weather continues as it Is. Many farmers to work on Sunday to make up for the en- forced delay earlier In the season. The warm weather today, which Is the highest in 'point of tempera- ture of the'sprlng, .Is bringing along the vegetation In-an amaz- ing manner. -The parks and boule- vards in the city are presenting a'vivld green appearance juch as has not evidence since 1916. Grass on the range Is also growing rapidly and livestock will be able to .find -good picking in another week days. The hay the Coaldale district are showing splendid pro- gress. A. P. P. MAY GET NEW BUILDING AS DIVISION HEADQUARTERS It is on tho cards that new premises for tho local cfal police built. This ta surmised from the foot that tho arrange'mest-for locating the force in the premises ac- quired by the government, on Sth St, in. the old Tclcgrani building, has been abandoned, so. far as can bo ascertained. It ins been concededjthat the present premises occupied by tha A. P. P. are too cramped and that tho cell accommoda- tion is deficient. Macleod Petitwn Addressed asis for tho new agreement to bo signed in District No. IS, negotiations !or which will open at Calgary on May ITlli. "SHORTY" JIUNROE HAD NASTY ACCIDENT "Shorty" Munroe ia now out ot the hospital after rewiiving treatment to liis leit hand, from which he lost his fingcra. The accldout occurred about a week ago while he was taking part in (hunting operations at Pincher. Oa account of poisoning it was necessary to amputate the finger left on his hand niter Ihe accident. "Shorty" is well fcnown in I.elh: bridge. Ilo joined tho C. B. in the 13th C. 51: It. He resides in the Do- minion Block. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS TOIIEPdEB Come Among: Miners ?tt Cpal- hurst and Was Working for the 0. B. U. Mounted -been active in watching the agitators, and this morn- ing Felix.IJsenski was sentenced to one month 1n jiiil and fined ono hun- dred dollars iiid costs-for 'entering Canada by to the evidence, offered Suporlnteudent Pen- 6askatcliewan, and nr. J. II. Griadale, JJomitiioh ilepuly minister ot agricuf turc" nre advocating tho sowing fodder grain .in abundance this sum- mer throughout tho west. The sum-; mcrfallow. tliat will naturally follow in this summer's operations will tend to put farming in tho west, on a. sound liny is, now coming to Ircely and.Indications are that there he plenty for all the farmers In the district -who desire to do summer- fallow Mr. 'Marnoch nnnoun'ccd. lrrlgatlon''0utlook Tiio report .ihat the Canada lAnd nnil Irrigation Company have gol water the channel near LaKe TllacUregor and into tht> .Cow loscnoir M-as pleasing to the speaker, bcthbriilgo; will -tap a solid WocU of irrigation territory when Ihe Hue Irom "l.cthhrUlge ami on to Hetlaw is constructed. This will run through tiio territory Included Iii (lie Xorllierri Irrigation Dis- trict will, when that .Irrigation district is In full swing, mea'ti n greal denl to tins Tho speaker tolt Ihe rofcrenco made by" PresHeni K. W. Bcalty to irrigation in southern Albeitn ard 'said that his rcmarkr will te printed hrofvdcast throughou' Canada in the newspapers. Lcthbridae'a Fine Position Continuing on tho Irrigation suh Ject tho speaker referred to an ail dress ho made ot tho meeting of thi Western Canada Irrigation meeting a iiassano In 1016 when ho called tention to-th? possibilities of irriga tion in southern Alberta'. This cit; etanils (o fto tho centre of on million and a hull acres of frricatot I nefatier and Inspector Shoebotham, of the It. C. M. r., who wero..tho presid- ing oHiciate at the trial, iLisenski was an I. W. operator and had heen ctmg O. lslik Is another n-ho fell into CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT. Phone Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride in a Mclaughlin Special, It no mote. Jack Htll. Jack Hollingiworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE, RgAft OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY., 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 S High-class Pastries 'The purity "and excellence: 'of' Iho materials our bake-, shop, together.with tho expert workmanship pro- duces pastry unequalled from Gl VE TH fe' "FA'M I L'Y' A T R E AT DOZEN HOME TONIGHT. KIRKBY'S S, C. SHORT. MANAGER Farina or Wlieatlets, C Ib. sacks, each................---- 65c 'White Rose Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for...................... 25c -Old Brown Windsor cakes for 25c Maple Sugar, 2 15o Pilchard's, per tin......... 15c Swift's Bologna per Ib....................... 35o Cooked Ham, per Ib....... Cream Cheesy, ptr Ib. 75c Chlqrlde Lime, Bull Dog brand, 2 pkss.'.................. 35c Mother's E6E Noodles, 2 pkgs. for 25c Electric.Soap Chips. 2 pkgs. 55c- noyal Mayonnaise Dressing, hotllo................... 50c Cuava Jolly. 16 oz, size, each 45c Nut Milk half Ib. cakes, each .....40c Pendray's Twin Dar CastHe Soap, per Cfikc 10c GEO. KERR CO; FAMILY OROCERS SERVICE A SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OLID DEN'S IE a large part or Canada and the United States is a- household name. oi quality and .durability TTO aro going to say no more about these varnishes, but let. them advertise themselves. In Cleaning House and Freshening Up Remember The Pyramid Decorating Go. 516 TWELFTH E. L. COPELAND Phone 1903 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS OUR AiM E. R. KENT Phone 1547 CORRECT SPRING CLOTHES Colonial Tailored Clothes for'spring and summer tire .stylish ahcl correct, in every detail.. They, arejlailorcd tjri a .manner that ensu-es (jielr' shapo keeping qualities nnd the: trimmings are the very TAILORS COLONIAL FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK IfYouDon't Whether you cat or not, and don't know what you want, let our menu sug- will tempt the appetite. The Yale THE rtEW CAFE 812 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Let Me Save You Money On Your Fire I HAVE THE UOWEST PREMIUM RATES IN THE CITY. STRONG CANADIAN, BRITISH AND AMERICAN COM- GOVERNMENT LICENSED. E. R. J. Forster Phone 1793 THE SILVER GRILL Service is what you get hero In its most plcrtsurablo form. Tlio food we serve is good, wholesome, kind you relish and enjoy and It's only tho food that you enjoy thot is really nourishing. And It's not alone what wo serte you that mnkoa dining here the way we servo you. The courteous, solicitous p.t- tontlon, the varielty of good things yyi have to chooso from. Dining here hccoraes habitual. There's a reason. FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 12 to to EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED 8Y EXPERT CHEFS AT "MODERATE PRICES. i J, L. HURRAY, Manage' AT NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY DONALDSON'S GHOCERY... 801 9th Ave. S. ECONOMY GROCERY.......902 11th St S. D. R. GROCERY, 1112 6th Ave. S. E. L. JARVIS GROCERY.....527 Sth St. S. We expect to resume regular delivery to al[ parts of the city this '.reek, WATCH THIS SPACE FOR INFORMATION Crystal Dairy Limited ;