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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD 6, 100 Acres At Magrath Runs 43 Busys to Acre Ceu. Heathershaiw's Fall-Wheat] Crop Averaged 21 Bushel to The Acre 'People's Forum THE CIVIC-EMPLOYEES i l.elbbridje, October tth, 1929. I IX-ar Whea Ihe editor of a local paper, "Canadian Advocate." gratuitously tepped out of hi? way to raise class! ielweeu civic employees, hel just went, OPERATION WHS Iter To Perfect Of Wheat WiD Go 20 Bushels BERLIN RADIAL SERVICE AND IN DARKNESS (From llsrald's Travelling Cor- respondent.) Oct. heavy wheat yields have reported from i save rat ;parts of I he MasraUi district, but It is hot iikelj that there will be many lo'distance the record of Al. Norton; Who 'farms syuth of town. Mr.. Norton-had one of the beaviast irouoli j meant .about it in the right way to set _ t sure ITOV: it is heading out. I He compared the work of the civic i miners-and other, physical workers willi (he mental work and conditions of and uencil pushers at the City Hall" greatly to the mcut.ot .the latter; without fulcrum: ,stciied lo Iry U. 153 Pmmw ATX., M "For three years, snjftrtd greit IB the lower part of my .body, swelling or Moating, I sair a specialist who said I must undergo 41: operation. Irefused. AeirJ ataiit "J-'rait-a-iiaa" st huudred-acre Delds in the country, ot reason effect, --id thai any iucrease-ot pay, if .such were in sight, was comine ip'lhe horny-handed but that the and wore T already roirer paid and under and wh.en. b'e finished threshiug the other day the returns showed tip to more than'--ordinary advantage. On the 100 acres' Mr. Norloa got an aver- age of VS. bushels. G.. lleathershaw, profrewive farinbr'and all-round booster for-Ma- grath Southern Alberta, perhaps had the beft fall wheat crop Inis yesr for: miles.around. Mr. had somewhere around 600 acres aud It averaged some better. than.U.buah-. according to tntormatlox lupplfeil the Herald. 19 YEAR OLD GIRL WALKING'AROUND WOULD tfrl the Elote alone in perfect safety, accord- ing to EJtrid'.OH, 19 years old, :whp Is .making-a walking tonr world. She her; home country, Denmark, two mouths aso, and is stayins-for a .few days.at the Girl Scouts'' b'ead- qifarlersihere before starting her long across the continent A Stubborn. Cough Right Up Here i a home miite ivrup whu.n mil lion uf people louna lo be the dependable nu IUB ol breaking up stubborn coui.hs 1 is ireap and simple liul "vcr} prompt in action Under its ii'calinp, .influence, chest sore: JicsS pbhjrm loosens, breathing be- come, ra.icr. IQ throat stops and YOU bei a nisht'e-rcfitfnl sleep. The .throat and'c'lieH-'colds are con- centred br it in 24 hourt, or le n? belter for bronchus hoareeucss croup, UiTftf.t- tickle, bronchial ter sucli0 1 It) uike thi3 aplendi] svrup 1 cvr, -1 ounces ol Tmex inw It this person may bo "siccins" on men .against. each_qther brlugms Ibouc'disagreement discreditable nature, but never real lishtins An Oiler of power house machinery in hiii occupation uses oil.and horse sense; knows lhat tn'e oil is used to ensure smooth running ot his ma- chln'aa.'snd that horee sense neces- sary to the casting out and.keeping out of anything likely to cause frlcllon; te inowt. that. who would throw into the Intimate parts of a 'would be either a mad- man, or superlative, fool. Vett Btraoge to say, au oiler of the. power aouae stair of Lethbridge did that very thing at a.recant "wage" meeting, ac- cording to a report in your yesterday's dally. Nix. I have known the man for thirty years an h'onoratle man, and I will not easily be convinced.tbat his words have been literally con- strued or correctly quoted: else he is dead, and this one is a fraud. The miners and other civic pay roll sheets outside of the City Office staff, show th'at since 19H of pay ol the former is lip to, and at this date in excess of the City Office staff, considerably, and tbat the oiler is paid much more per mouth than the average office This goss without argument for the proof rs at hand. The olEca man vs the power huusa jan. isjiandlcapped about.-100.00-per nniira'in the'inatter of-fnel.- The orhce longer.than those f similar offices in western Canada these ow are'pn.oiiriovni level as to hours, office man who Is personally in- erested In his work freely gives over- .me'and-double time where-necessary no: without.hopa. or..expectation of he use's his intelligence to when such work-is necessary; he other departments are na a half or double.'time' for.extra work the office min dues hot c'orislderf ot his business, cordingly, The first bo'i gave great relief; ud I continued iUe Uwiieut. Xow my health ij am free of Igive "Pruii-a-Utat'! ny virmwi T. GAKEA0. We. Atall dealers or ient postpaid by. Fmit-a-tiTesXimited. OtUm. (By Herald's Travelling Torres- pondeut.) Oct. per I rent, ot the thivshlng has bct'n done In tko'Mngratli district, aramliiiK to i iiiforuiation supplied the Herald .b'y men1 'iutlniaiely connected with the 1 crop situation, tiood is now t being made following, seierat days of J to the bigb wind and) dust storni. Klevator men curtate j Ibat grain threshed in Ibe wind had j to be docked heavy oil account of dirt! and weed seed.. Tho average yield jh the Jlagralh district Is conservative- ly placed at 20 bushels. The dry summer mouths hurt the Magrath crops quite seriously. There has be'en no grain congestion BERLIN, Oct. will- ou( street car .service hst nliht and a 1 largo proportion of .the dowutowu section was dark as result ot a strike ot the electrical workers at the .j Sloabit car plaut. The walkout came, so suddenly that mauy surface line tars remained stalled on the tracks, the passengers being forced te alight TO CONVERT THE OLD INTO A BARGE VICTORIA, "Oct.. old .cruiser Rainbow, sold recently to Noider aud Marcus of Seattle., to have the machinery Itkea" out of her; and be used "as.a' barge for. the .Iran jporla tion of ore from the north. Tae cdnverting-therliain- bow tuto an ore hulk wiilbirdone at the.Seaitle plant Xelder and Mar- cus. It is calculated Wat" she ivDl aud walk borne. The strike was due to a dispute over working hours. No disturbances have beeu reported. FERMESTORE WAS DESTROYED at this point'thus far, lhi> wheat has moved quite satisfactorily. This has (Special to the -I 't'KRNIE, B.C, Oct. ttre alarm was turned In fwm West FernJe mill at two o'clock this morning. Fire been largely due.to Ihe unusually storage, facilities. Magrath is well supplied with elevators. She has six with a total storage capacity, of Joseph Rvans, of Parrisli and Hiem- beckef, stated this, morning that the' wheat vas'of excellent quality. They were handling sonic very superior grain" this 'year although the yield was materially under that ot the bum-, per years of the past. FEAR FOR SAFETY OF ARMENIAN REFUGEES ADANA, Turkey, Oct. 6.-The deci- of General Couraud, the Fjonch the west of the traffic :brldge and before the city brigade'could get water from the mill the'Btore'and contents were too far gone to sate but ,the aajolning: dwellln'g of Mrs Schedule was burning. The stock of goods valued .at was totally destroyed. V There was a email amount ance .on strock and'tho building also was Insured; EDITOR INSPECTS GALT HOSPITAL (Raymond Leader.) recently liad the pleasure of ac- -T i ajyu ui xiuuiiiuu, xuu ,tons of ore '03, lizrse. j comniander-in-chief in tlie-Enet-lp fne cruiser baa been stripped ttio ngbtirig bctweeu the a party of visitors Ujrough guns, torpedo, tubes, etc., and Interior i and Turks by withdrawing his troops fittings by the naval department. i beyond L'je river DIcblnan is arousing Until-" fill the bullle plain" .ft l.f clarified hone) or corn bjrup ms ead of "u ir yrnp Fitter you get lit nui uimly much Lonnh than rou rould buy nit'c for Kpepa dt It'rcn it a amVliishJy concen- ir.ited t-nniiKmiid of centime T-iiio.t'Xtract. known the ir.orld-over for licaUny cfTcct upon th'e J-v_r'i i frr 2l cunccs Pines with full rlirc IKI anO tlon t accept anr I Oiiariinfeei! ip absolute tittio i-T innncy promptly rp funded. The I'incx Co., Toronto, Onl .TRIBUTE TO: MR. (Maclood Timea.) i fears for th6 safety of SO.OOO Armen- ian refugees at These bave ueen notified that.they will haye an opportunity oi leaving, t 11 II, utijv AH upJJUl LUI1K> Ul Macleod.losos the but many of them although unarmed, person ot Trenholm Dicksbn.-. He is a{ tire decided to remain man who has taken an aclive-part in all things pertaining to the .town, and will no doubt prove a great'gain to the neighboring cily-wliicli IB'fortu- nate to hare him ;as'a citizen: He was appointed clerk liere-In 19% and so has.been-in leen years, where he many friends who will be.sorry, to'part.with him. As an official -hei'-feas-always been courteous ami pbligirigllo' the smallest detail. -Nothing heard.as to-iiis successor.- A' Hartford, Conn., Ger- France Denies reference to the .reported withdrawal of French troops from :lhe legion.' it was said at the- foreign ofllce loday that the mission -of General Gouraud's forces'.iu-Asia; to protect the Armenians and that thore-was'no indication intended ip leave'the Armenians" in the hands' of the Turks. V J'-'. CHICAGO ALDEftH'AN'S RESIDENCE WRECKED BY POWDER BOMB _ Office men-have to .be ilressed and shod In keeping with llie.rjjmbllc" serv- cc and tbeir outfitting is probably sufoia in price higher than that of man, All of there facts are koown to the outside man. hut tas he ever heard of :he office man who has used.any ofi :heni, as step ladders to climb; over ;tie-shbulders of others In the service, or to decry their advancement way, whatever? We need have to' trouble >n tatiks of civic labor if-we "play the as it hae In the past, Yours Truly, ROBERT SAGE, _. man wife. who. Is frugal and a- good I. CHICAGO; Sopt. A black powd- housewife, but nEvertlieless is'a costly er-lioinb ''early lo'day wrecked the possession. The will of. his grnnBmoth- home of Ald.-John Towers of the Nine-. ______ er cuts him off from. 1 teeuth but no one was injured.-! Alberta ought lo be tl because she "does-not .want any. of her Most of the residents oi his ward-'a're I p'ital like the Gait. That honey-touched flavor Ofld crunchy The Genuine Original U produced by our special process of flaking, sweetening and toasting the tender hearts of choicest com. _ They are making j record! -More'stu j effects'to go to a Italians. the Gait hospital. It was- inspection (lay at tho hospital. U was a pleasure to the visit the institution and to.note ihe, absolute order and cleanliness of the splendid service be- irig'rendered by the hospital staff, and the large and modern equipment avail able for surgical operations. Incident allyj wo heard some .very nice things said about the Havinond, girls In tram- ing at tlie hospital. a-most-creditable dents are wanted. There-are', places for thirty-five girls who want to take nursing. Having a Mr. Kobt. of Ma- the hospital, we had.an op- portunity lo closely scrtitinize the given at the Gait hospital. We -found- '-R'" absolutely satisfactory, Nurse Boyle, who has .charge of the floor on which is 3Ir. Wright's.ward, I a very charming young lady recent- ly-frpm Ontario. .Her floor Is Immat. iilate and the sunshine of.her .person- qiity seems to fill the place. Southern (or ar hos- Long may it con- j tliiue to be a heiiefactor to broken and diseased', hurnanltt. disappointment ,waa the the grounds' -surrounding the hospital. It seems to.be a" pity that-so line an institution sliould be so barren of or- namental vegetaliou. Our oul> i PennsjlvaniJ Health CGramiBsloner multlou of rcccned a complaint from a county undertaker oMhe state .nurseJn charge of child health super- vision was so effective-.there hare been no funerals'for'some time 'THANKSGIVING SUPPER and SOCIAL BY-THE LADIES OF ST. MARY'S; NORTH 'LETHBRIDGE TONIGHT IN ST MARY'S HA SUPPER t ROM .5.30 TO 7.30. TICKETS 50 CENTS. CONDITIONS IN 'THE MANYBERRIES DISTRICT Gaua JJeaitburn JiifrulenoE PslpiUtion itiut RB eodn as you eat a tablet or two of Paues JJiftpepiin all the ttom ach il'iBlress.causeil'by coil. I'ape's pul< iicnh iKrniwli in ordtr once Large COc drugatorei Half-Holiday Wednesday ALL, MEAT MAR- KETS of this city WILL continue to CLOSE EVERY at 1 p.ml (Calgary Herald.) A'isitors from the southern part of the-province.state that owing lo centlbnaitr 'dry weather there little .plowing been done this fall, and Ihdl it is. not lively that any consid- erable quantity of fall wheat will is unless some moisture is receiv- ed-soon. In the'Manyberries district, slates J. J. Bvanson, plowing has never given os good results as has spring plowing, especially this .year when life'wheat sown on ground that was t plpwed, in .the spring -Is- showing a better yield'even than'that planted on summer, fallov land. Although tbat 1 locality is suffering more or less from the results of a dry year, the crop'ls better than In 1518 or 1919, and will give an; average yield ot ten bushels to the' "While this may seem low for the eeaaon, It la slated that nmny 'fields- will run lo more than twenty bushels, yet many more are giving' 'only four to eight which irinss.down the arerage lo ten; bushels. This, of course, Is a very con- servative'average. Oald In tlie Manyberrlet district, ac- cording'to Mr. Branson) hare not done well this year, and he attribute! this to the fact that poor seed, was sup- plied to the farmers there Uila spring. Although It tested it did not ap- pear to.have aurncient vitality to give really good re'sulls. The yield Is light owing to tha dry y.ear. The straw and feed crop (a consid- erably better than ft has been for sbnie years, and U Is expected that some good bay will be cut -later. Threshing operations have been well advanced nnd It Is expected that the bulk of the crop In the dlstrfct will ie threshed and stored in the elovators by tho of Iho week. Farmers in the Manyterrles locality are looking for a.better railroad service next year, as although work on the road Is be- ing suspended for the winter, it is ex- pected lhat early next .spring the rsv mafnlng eighteen miles required to link up the line there from I.ethbrldge to Weyburn will be completed, Six carloada of wheat1 have been i shipped .from the district and nbou't twenty thousand bushels have been! b'ronght into Manyb'errics, status Jlr. I Evanson. As the farmers In tho Irict finish their own threshing they are moving west, wnere Itu? crop Ig a little.heavler. to belli in the harvest- Ing operations. "Stands Strenuous able Underwear is jnade in all sizes and all weights. The elastic Crotch, and the elastic shoulder insert, give delightful comfort and freedom of movement. For warmth, comfort, and wear, there is no underwear like Stanfteld's. Made in CemitnaStta and'Tuxi-pltce sullt, full length, fatee and clhio and for Men and Wotncn. Slanfkld's Adjuiiatle and-. Adjustailt Steepen, for growing For Sample Book, Textures and Weights, wilt Stanfield-s Limited, 37, A harvest hand in Kansas was seen using a pocket mfrror and was found to be a glrl.'n former Oklahoma schoo! teacher. ;