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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVKMHKK fi. TItK UiTHBI'UIXJK DAILY IIKHALU PAGE THREB HERALD SPORT SECTION Colgate (Jives Big College Eleven. ALL SET FOR 'j Wittichen Will lie 1 Tuesday and Will 1 His Training Only Man Who Has Decision Over Weeks Will He In Ac- lion Here Shortly As Thursday nighl ;ippi onclu.'.s more inlfivsl is iin the c'imtcsl Ml tin.' Majestic UN Thurs- day nifi'it. llu' falis Id In- scrlbcra lite about the fund, and whenever they thinli or it they do not seem to mind dl'OBJiing into the office and dropping two bits inin Ihc box'." The list is open lo everyone. The latest subscrlbern are Mrs. E, Meredith. J. Torrancc, Oo. llclvor ere. Wm. llaytm. Bill Adams. Valet Clean FROM FliOKT TAPE) Nobleford all ihe cars they can se- cure, hilt when the volume of business done here is considered it will be seen thpt this distribution of cars is far from proportional and is most unfair and unreasonable. Barons was the largest shippinc Point last year and will be among the largest this year, and is surely entitled to some con- sideration wiicn the cars are being shunted off. that It is averaging 25 bushels per Threshing is about 50 per cent. finished in this district, and about 50 per cent, is liolug marketed direct from the machines. Very little fall ploughing is being done; but we no- tice several largo fields of: summer- fallowing, and in nearly all cases this Is clean and well cultivated. 4 shortage of cars is becoming aii- parent. The different train crews re. liort difficulty in securing any empties anywhere along the line. NEW DAYTON N'ew Dayton, Nov. op. NOBLEFORD Nolilofnnl. Xnv. proceeded without a hitch duriuf has erations have been- in full swing for the past two weeks, with move big yields. Art Kesaler, southwest .01' iie.re tliroshecl 150 acres that made 10000 bushels of grain, iiu average of 6C2-S bushels to the acre. 100 seres ot this was spring plowed and ers. Mrs. Pearson, two Previously acknowledged bits week ami is now well on Hie wav 10 completion. At least 75 per eetit of the totul crop iu this district has been threshed and by the end ot. next week unite a number of outfits will have quit work. Iu a tortniglit it is more than probable that every crop will have been threshed. A man-. acres was summerfallowed. Jacob Scllill, llvin iolith of. town. .laLOU 01.11111, threshed SO acres that was stubblcd in, giving a yield of 37 bushels pel- acre, irer "MI-. Seiiill had 5 acres of sum- allowed sround which made 265 Croll will mi MS ijctii her of farmers are hauling grain but the ear shortage- is keenly felt. Ihe te ear outfits on the farms .110 non tlireshin, oats. The ,ecovrf" ,111 l II- 147 more gentle breezes may M In- rijother parts. _- ISO1 MS 4131 Oshorne Bros, have commenced ____________ throaliing on a ISO aero. Held ot flax 301 -353-10821 or. their farm, the-first reports are for the coining 191 manv have from 50 to acres sum-- mw-fallowed for next springs seed- MACLEOD Macleod. N'ov. weather here, iluring the past week has been on the whole favorable, for Uw jSontherly winds have boon the menus of drying: out the train stocks everywhere. On Ihe other hand the high winds ha.ve a tendency to hinder the threshing out- fits in their work. However, every-, bodv is working hard, and rusbms things along, not only to get threshing', completed, but also to set as much land as possible ready for Ihe will be harvested in'the com- ing year. A shortage of skilled label- is" experienced iu places, in spito ot taney wages offered lo them. The ele- vators arc receiving a steady supply of wheat, which is grading No. 1 and: Xo. 3. So far there aro no reports oE car shortage here. Ail eyes watching Ihi) prices on the which seem to be in tlio balance at: times It is now estimated that the: average yield for this district U, busliels to the. acre. f: ;