Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
LIKEiy/TOTALSIX During lion tigU' turns atile, the summer, ' wlien crop ^ere far from normal, tes^j^icere made of the ierfj^Xlwirta," varyiiag all jm miir mliUon to teit tull-,_ idsifc,Itip ,toi'Sate vary few ictil*! thresTjlnB re-, jd BhipmentB have been avail-____ Jut the board of trade has secured tliKures to show tbat the total sliipments from tte territory covered In a railway way from Lethbridge will be greater than the ^hole crop. �3 estimated by some people. "WiUi'only three nioaths of the neW. crop year tone, southern Alberta has �hipped more than 2,150,000 bwshels 9t wheat and about a quarter 6t a Billiou bushels of other grains., While this figure looks very small as compared with .shipments of the Dast three years, when during the first Uiree months of the crop year the shipments ran from 10,000,000 to 13,00OJ)00 biiahels, it shows that conditions are better than'many would expect." Judging from the figures for the first three months, It may be expected thatithe lotial shipments for the y^ar; that is, up till next September,^ will run at least, to 6,000,000 bu�hel�;' for it must be remembered tliat this fall it has been verj-- diffi- cult to make any shipments at all For one thing, shipment to the head*; o'C the. fakes has-been under a prac-ticallyv contlnnona embargo, It being the -*-lsh of the government to hold the wheat in southern Alberta for t>ie mflls and for seed purposes. Then.-^uring the past-month, there has been great dIfficuUjjVvib^aa cfi-e, 'iind ,#fny> polufel-% A-lbei^ta nij^.-diaye tt'^vIoVg .ordeXUlBt �ta car,3 for^Kklg. � ' % ' Thrf^eed''fo?-s�d^has alfco Induced many farmers to hotd-prer moiftar'jtfiBn needed''!fttt!?^hoir own needs Isti'^t^at they �way seiryto tlielr neighbors in �the s'pring. -v , � Considering aH the -cIrtJumstances, therefore, thB.a,918 .crop In southern Ariberta., wiU-^n close to 10,000,000 bushel8,'.ot'>'hich about 6i000,000 will likely find its way to the market through the usual channels. lADIESFMM IIBRARYPRPSAL Think of ^ost B�liftfi^Mrs. J. F. Simpsoiuikkvaiiices Idda > of a Fottntein Cadogan, 1; Crown jiM.D., 3; Fort Saskatchewan, 80; Innlsfail and district. 11; Kerr M. D., 3;-Lacombe, 1; Lethbirldgo .and district, 8; LotoonH" and district, 65; Macleod, 1; Provost and district, 5; ReicUffe, 13; Shepard and �fcangdon, 7: Sifton M-. D., B; Sturgeon q^f.^DTT 13; Ste\vart M, D., 5; Wainwriglilt and district, 7. ' --At Briiderhelm there are 28 cases in- town and 11 -in the hospital. Mrs, Knlei is In charge, ,and has been entirely overworked because of our inability to' send help. Trained nurse wlH be sent'through by auto this afternoon. Two nurses are coming from Calgary. This district and the dis-iTrtrlct near Smoky bajce are the ones giving-us most difficulty/at present, but at the latter the situation Is now fairly iW'ell in hand. The Calgary public health office had but oi^e call all day yesterday. Burdett Is the only point that required spccia] consideration. When ThejA Do Open theTHours Will Not Be Shortened, Board' Declares The decision ,of the^ school board not to open the .acheols for another w.eek came somewhat,as a surprise to the sehool pupils, who had quite expected to go to school again on Monday morning. However, the toUoiy-Ing resoldtiou passed-by the board^ explains their stand Whereas the ban on public meetings in the city has been laised by the: provincial and local health authorities. But whereas the medicbl health officer of the city adviaiea this-board that seventeen new cases of the epidemic have been repdrted to him In the past three days, and that the majority of the recent cases in the city are among the children of 'the city. - ; Therefore, notwithstindlng the fact that the churches and theatres have been allowed to open,- this board Is of the opinion that It, would be taking unnecessary risks to 'order the schools to open at the present time; Therefore be it resolved that the public schools of this city be opened on December 9th, unless the board should decide at a subsequent meet' Ing to luither advanqe,,,the date.j^of opening;" ' 'f.v,-~- .-^-s^. So far as The Herald can learn it is the Intention of the bqard not to shorten the school houra-this jointer, so that school will b'fe called at fl o'clock, instead of 9.30, as in the past Avinter. " No decision was arriv^dr at'as to whether the ChrlBtmas holidays will be curtailed. This Will be decided at the regular meeting.- next month. A woman would rather b^' Idoiited than understood. Ingith A. B. Buiiig ff#ecov| he claynKvis rend^rd^urlng GraJBO mm min Grace, ope SlmmonSi\i' Mr... ,^_.__.^, |itand ub>^�the luilc]ii.;^v ctinnecllQu ; with, jthe^ ipilno,, keeping . the'/bppks, looking aii'er &ooifi^ � ? i4(jM�*i^(^?-*EPV�L|c; g:'.:;. JAMSTERDAM, i Nov.. 30.-(Tha*:;? � probUimed at Riga in the pres>^/>i> ^fii(e of the national oounell ribiit numbers of thb populatlon>;Vi''^ li Rhenish ,Weatphalliin ,Jtte, of Esien/ stataa. 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