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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER i, d'HE LETnBREOQE DAILY NATURE WORKS A MIRACLE r IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Ai the gaU Increased !a rlclenca and the ceaseless scourge of sand cut the CLAREt'HOLM, Alia., Sept.- 8.-! flesh the Uihes of.s Titan, -we On a neVer-lo-be-forgotten day last thought anew h spring 1 wUby oar .EchM tte thirty atonu meant li. McKlnnon in Toronto Globe) ut those to .whonx than phy leal nine stretchi .ot pnWe land that comtort-ita nrn ates Ciar'eobolm, from the small but Uiulllne Harous. Onitbtf lay, raced In dettrucr away In a roaring fury not only trawa ot man's labors In belated but alto his cherish; belus ncalterad to the tour Many 111 that tuul little enough, from them being Ukeu eveo that wWch they had, sr hoped to bare, Yesterday 1 went again crer thtt Barom. 'The was clear ed hopes o[ Uarveal In its. due end road to wojited yond and ehYfttnE eelvcn lu vortex of moving silt, aud bright, fcrfstllng sand; tho rory.bortwu stood, lu heavy clustere, nwrnade cd up till lhare t-> be uo betv- moundB of atookers. _Meu tii afld up but la at work In the (lelJs, from nw- than bad; far more new-mown stub- ble than unsightly baroness; much more wlisut aud oats lhau weeds. In sliort.. across this whole sorely-strlck- eu piece of prairlelaud a grain crop tb.at well may bs described us "very a wheat crup. that avoraga. lUteen bushels per acre, or which is Just tlttceo bushels per acre more tbau 1 liad toped to flnd. Lest 1 appear to e'v8 a newspaper- man's view of an ill-balanc- ed view, folks claim, when the sub- ject matter appertains to tannins Ut me quote from a conversation 1 bad with, a farmer, Mr. K. W. Brown, resident some pine uiilea east ot Claresholm. Mr. Brown liad no Just reason for enthusiasm; to my certain knowledge, his cropi hare been more or less a minus quantity sinco he ac- quired bis land three years ago. 1 should not hava asked him for an opinion at all had I not boon aumzeil at the appearance o( tuo fields lu Ills neighborhood; seeScK his wheat, wgniiered whether or not Ilia mental attitude in any way tallied with mine STEWARDS FOR MATCHED RACE motion. Kora_ thau o'ace, when tlie den IQ llvluo, nviu AI.V. lowlands came the piurmur of cin't' >eep yoar eyes in OM time jou ctrUialy need Sdl-potoon- ing by im- perfectly eliminated f ood poi- sons is a com- Pills cor. KCtU, Black Prpcpect Then "Yes, I agree you tliat the JUVIIUU. -fUVIU I, r shlftius nearby fields lost, la ripening grain.- fllWhths pllliic if ofa world and loUHy obiciir. iu, turmoil, and in JU placo ft ing the driver's vision, we thought ot .fairer than had teen dreamed of-a abandoning' the ear anil wandering day.of warmth BUM nine aud clut- on fooVthrough the murky veil that tored of shelves, ol iwung above us to very zenith. 1 faction and ot unlocked for reward. v .Some Bare Patches A miracle bis; been wrought in this lilt ot South Alberta. 1 canja-to Claresholm; wlllr-memories ul-that keenly alive; I came ispectmg to. sec, at scraggly acrea, here and there, of dwarfed and usojess grain.1 I found, instead, a countryside, miles in extent, clothed with a "mantle of wheat and oals and barley of atlye luxuriance. Poor iirops, of course; any number, tb'eii'i, Baro fetches of sqramer.faljoiv that had been swept clean as a kitchen lauiu, IOUB weedg; mus- tard; acres and'acrea of pig-weed and Jlussian thistle. All oUier- things as well. Far were sood fields change in the appearance of this couuty. since the.day of the, big storm Is simply Jlr. Brown BaiiJ. Frankly, when the -full o tbe'slorm was on I had little hop of a crop at all. Our fields were nun ing, seed all, and the outlook wa pretty gloomy. Where my land act KM101DS (Tablets tr INDIGESTION With or without water i pleuaat to take. QUICK RELIEF! 25-30-751 KADI IT KOTT mOWtil OF SCOTT'S EMULSION LE HEXDtllJARTiEIlS j style iYoii will see ths new style note this fall wherever tW best-dressed people homes or at clubs, at flay or at work. The new style is a welcome change to most men, change from the.high-waUted, plnched-in and skirted effects to ample-chested, full coats that hang almost straight from the shoulders. Vents will be shorter, noticeably shorter, in fall suits.1 .v.1. Society Brand Smts for fall embody correctly these: style changes. The highest priced and proudest custom j 'tailor in town is cutting his fall suite along these lines.1: j J t We have the style in Society Brand Suits. Also! the fabrics and the fine tailoring. A call at our store.. is like visiting an exhibit of advanced style. t .Extra Special VALUES MEN'S SUITS-FOR >VEEK-END SELLING, MEN'S FALL AND WINTER WEIGHT OVERCOATS. PRICES 22.50lo COMBINATION UNDERWEAR FOR JFALL AND PRICES................ Agente for Dr. Jaeger's Woollens, Cluett Shirts, Wolsey Underwear and Hosiery, Boraalino Hats, Geo, A, Slater and Regal Shoes. MONTREAL, Oct. Fitzgerald and -J. K. Wiliieucr, have lieen choseii stewards for thu (orlhooaiins race betweeu Sir DaHoa and Mja O'War. Kiligoraid U a Canadiau by hirth and Wildeoer la from Philadelphia. PA'GEELEVES erE Monlaua aad southern Alberta are now on the move, EO as to reach hore la limo (or the liar-ling of the (ill-lure about it Is estimated that fmn JO days to two Weeks wilt be required In Brown- Ing for the filming of the tattle nes of the picture, ilurlug which time rt la that the ot the MANITOBA 16 PROVINCE njiuptioy will bo per day. Only the battle sc.eoes are to be T ji at Browulng by the camera Some Elood and Piegan Indiana as the soldier scenes, are.to tie Alberta To He in fihucd at different forts In California, ally moved out, theiu U very Htllo rep, but vliere soil from one Held rrived and settled on another, tha ield Is very good. You see, lu such i case tha. lodglug ol the tand held ho Et'ed that was In the ground, and raiua came later, tho growth jeunn at owce." will your wheat go par I "Wpll, Uiere are some flelde thit will run thlrty-tivo or replied Mr. Browur "and 1 think tho vhole crop will average over twenty uuslj- els per Averaja Twenty Bushels I am not going to enlargo upon that Statement. Mr. Brown's crop isn't tho boat between Claresholm and Barons, nor lu It among the worst. It Is, to my mind, a very fair sample pt tho whole jhe thinks it will nveragg twenty hushels per acre. Kl- la unnecessary, provided no reader he preparing, to conclude that ovpry farmer in-this area has a 20 bushel crop. 71iat la far from being th9 cass; At .Iho EaniO time, craps ranging from twelve to twenty bush- .ols aro vastly In tho majority and lu the minds oi most men is the same scuta of Bfitlstacllon that shows In j the words ot Jlr. Drown. Tfco district Is very largely a wheat-growing one aud on the whola this crop has turn ed out better thnn oats; in the ex trcme drought of late July the wheat Movie Scenes at a lafer date. BROWNING. Sept. picture, the flnal cost of which will probably run over million, according to conserratlve estimates of the produc-' ers, is to .be filmed hero within the next few days, by Pathe. The (Jim. a reproduction of the GUI- ter massacre, will require a tJcUch- ment of Eoldlers, about Indians, and savcral hundred white men in minor parts, not to mention CO of Pathe's stars, who will carry the prin- cipal roles, some whom are draw- Ing as high as a week for their services. Browning was Eeleclsil as tho filto or the filming of this picture bccauEC. nly a few miles from town, almost n duplicate ot the original Custer battlefield, now a national re- erve, Is to be found. The promoters Iso wlBlied a location where It would easy lo get tho largo number of ndlan.s who will partlcipale. The_parU season having plcturopeople have rented the hotel at Glacier station anil have retain- ed all tho regular hotel employees to ook aftey tlin needs ofthcir attaches. To get the nurnber Bf Indians re- quired, it was notnssary J THE NAVY LEAGUE CAMPAIGN We Are Agents for ffie VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Steck of Both from which to Select Mason Risch, Limited HAf.MOR.AI- BLOCK ALBERTA October 2Jst Day. ani that famous and memorable anniver- sary-will mark.thej'climax o[ a cam paicn tbroughout Canada to be car- ried on under the auspices of the Navy League. The direct object of the campaign will be to secure the net ded funds to finance and carry on a permanent caucational policy in for the avowed purpose o fostering, the sea instinct lu Canada educating our youth to the traditions ot ihij ISritish and of Impress Ing upon the nyblic of Canada the Im- pqrtant part out commerce on tha seas plays, in tho national llfo of the coun- try and.the Empire. All thvougli Canada a revival in the work of this organization has been manifested through the instigation of those comparatively few whose zeal- ous enthusiasm for the objects of the League has1 never" slackened, and this campaign will mark tbe definite start of a polfcy that has been recog- nized Blnco the' war as essential to tho, well-being of tho Dominion, name- ly, a constant effort of interest and education which will keep alive in tho hearts of the Canadian people, and particularly the young, that interest In and responsibility for the highways of thq seas which moan so much to Canada's daily commercial life, her national security, and the safety of the Empire. v History' has already watched Can- ada relrogade In seventy .years from the ot third to eighth mari- time" country, nnd every thinking Can- adian realizes that the flame rekind- led with the thunderbolt of war should never a'galn be allowed to die down. It Is" understood now, -as never bfi- ive, that only by the lanes ot tho sea Canada linked to the Kmplra; the roflhcts of her ticlds, her mines and cr factories to. the jnnrkctR of the orld. The feats ot those fleets that arrlcd Canada's sons forth iind back, iat transported. Canada's munitions ml Canada's foor] when the issue de- ended In agony upon them; which carried them In the face nf an ppalllng danger not even yet fully have created a tradition hat Canadians should revere, and as nation, continue to uphold. The campaign of the Navy League n Canada should need no further call turn the quotation of the motto ot heir emblem, "Keep SEIZURE OF ANTI- BOLSHEVIST STEAMER CAUSES STRIKE THREATS ROSIE, Sept. steamer Rorl- Bio, vthe properly of tho anti-Bolshe- vik government of South Russia, which was recently seized sit Genoa, iaa been seo.uestratcil anil entrusted to Iho Garibndl! co-oporatlvp toclety, says the Glornalo D'Halla. The federation of seamen threatens a general strlko of Bailors throughout Italy because Iho authorities have ar- rested men implicated In the capture of the steamer Tlodos'.o, sayn a pntch from Genoa. Among these, ar- rested were three leaders of the fcd- eraljon. RESTRICTIONS ON PETROLEUM OFF BUCHAREST, Oct. refllrict- ions -pn the export of potroloum from Uutndula have been rcmovad, fat. RECORDS FOR OCTOBER OUT TO-DAY HERE ii ancthtr as usual gives "Ills Voice" customers the cream of popular song issues, the very latest dance hits many wonderful selections by famous arid exclusive'Red Seal Artitls, Dance Records Ratteituan'ft Novelty FBI Trot Iladtrnun's Cypsr-foi Trol Vocal A BruVli ot Old Ireland You rt Hugh Donovan] Quuw' VHm iTook in Yovr Tired of Me Rock of Afles Kindly Mint Qeuxst Tfl: .JjgSjilS Hart-Elliott Shaw Ilugticj Mack! in e Belli Just Wild Waltt The CtTcman's Orehrstra Trot FoiTrot piarfload Trio Bi Tl'u Bint Bird Orchestra Trot Yeilfel Blue Bird Orch. FolTiol YcrUes Blue Cud Orcncstra Frois Tror Vou Trot Harry Thorr.as Trio 7IH9J Trlpoll-Wjlri Hirry .ThoniiTrio MtSlw ofOld Ttme RoU PMKp cliy0j Oichtilrj) 21611B naj) 648M When (So UFHU 3l H.ifet. I Red Seal Records Ewillodt l.H rVTcllr.) AW.T J3 fe'V-ortot 2.0. W021 Atrteina-Adaoutor, n dtir M1JS Ml llorao profor.de TIIU KaEfo J.H X r Hrr.t. Hanur-Mm LtmlteHomO Hear them.to-day at iiny "His Master's Voice" dealers 1 tf gallfm OmfO-ptlWH Co., LlmUct, 20151 WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANftDA'S BE3T I 707 Third South (Hull 6G ;