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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WELVE THE LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD 1920 IOHLY POINTS i SOUTH ARE BACKWARD WITH Many points ia Southern Albe'rta Brant have between eighty ninety per .Blackle 'cent, of their wheat threshed while a, few are somewhat backward, accord- ijionarch ing lo figures obtained by the Herald Macleod this morning.' Macleod.. Whltla. Bs4VBrocJe.V Warner are the only points reporting' Ihe'wheat threshed: .The fallow- LunltrecX tag figures glvo the per centage wheat, oats and barley threshed: District. Dewlnton Okotoks Aldersydo T High River fCayley Kanton i Parkland ''.etavtly iClaresholm ijtanum 'Birons Cannangay Cbimplou Klrcaldy iVulcan Ensign _..... Wheat Oats. Barley Raymond Magrath Spring Coulee 70 35 40 85 70 85 65 00 95 75 SO 75 90 90 75 S3 65 75 40 90 SO 70 85 65 90 90 50 SO 90 55 ,90 75 90- 76' 60 50 30 100 100 20 76' 90 fower To Seize f CoalFromCars :1 OTTAWA, Oct. Press) the object ot expediting trans r 'potjailon performance of the coal J equipment of the Canadian the Board of Railway Com fljnlssioners has Issued an order em Xjowerlng fuel admlnislrators lo seize rnhencontents of cars containing coal ,jr coke and summarily offer the same Sor sale lo munlcipalilles or dealers Jivithln the pranlclpallty when such Aars have remained unloaded al Its Uiestlnatlon or elsewhere on any rail- w'__. I.. Pictures are being taken daily froni he grouiid aim ironi "blimp" that! :ba company shipped In from Los Angeles., for the r-urfJse, and lartje cnvda from Browning gather at the "battlefield" to Iwatch -the pro- Big Production Made Bntwiiiog Waated Cu Oflly Cardstou Seven Persons Whltla Bow Island'... Burdetl Grassy Lake Purple Springs Taber Coaldale uetbbridge Foremost Et'ltkom Stirling New Dayton Warner Milk River...-.; Coutts him, looked quite unconcerned when :ha sentence for which he must have aeon unprepared was imposed upon him by.hls lordship. Joseph Shaw acted for and was defended by L. Pitch. .._ in Canada for a longer period Shan eight days after arrival fj This aclion has been taken after a flVfaferenee between representatives of railways and the hoard at whicrr ns for speeding up the delivery ot Tfere considered At sfie present time the board is securing KntormaUon from all parts ol Canada i ijn the coal movement and It is bellevi that trailer provisions'of this new fnina drastic order there a great 'SjimproveiBeat In "the situation as it As-been reported that coal cars rtood Tor two weetajjefore OTTAWA, OcL Meighen will open his speaking tour 'n Win nipeg on October IS From that city he will trtvel west, speaking Tuesday a Paper Suits. From Germany Paper in.Germany, are making their appearance .in the Unit- ed Slates, as shown sell al from CO cents upward. DRY HEADQUARTERS BROWNING.: Oet E. Ellison, one of the moTie who has been participating in the reproduction ot the Custer iauucre by the Nelland Picture company of Hollywood, Cal., had a narrow from death In Thursday's skirmishing when his horse stumbled during a charge aud landed him oa big his collar bcne aid spraining his back. Fortunately Ellison waa well to the rear of the 'charging "array" or he would have been trampled under fool and probably killed. Ellison, accom- panied by his father E. E. Ellison, was taken to a Qteatnlli hospital on the firut Not Enough Indians Lack of hampered the company eoeilderably. Originally ,500: Indians'. wanted, but after the picture was started, they esti- mated that could get along with 100. For tevtral days they, struggled along wiOL.leee thar IPO warriors and he number 'of Indians how does, pot eiceed "although are com- ng in each' ;day.'. The Bloods and s'orth Pfegan) refused to come down 'rom Canada; white the Rocky Boy 3hlppewas from Havre: and the Flat- leado from across the range, did not care to The'Blackfeet also took Httle 'interest because they felt that they should receive the same wages as the white men employed by the company; PLANNED BIG HAULS BY UP POKER GAMES, LUMBER CAMPS RKOINA, OcL Saskatche- wan provincial police have secured froai Bill Bruhcuk and John Fasch- owy, two of the bau'dlts uptMred af- ter tons chane fight in the north country two weeks ago complete confessions of their connec- tion with hpldtip at the Lockhart lumber camp at Fort Fraucea on September 11 stated thai there were four of them lu the baud and that they had planneil to make a ''lot of holding up poker games at lumber tamps. DUKE OF CONNAUCHT ENQAGEMENT DENIES MEW The London corres- of .the '.Ne> ,York Suu, which, recently p'nbllshed an exclusive story. to the effect that the Duke of Conaaughl was to wed Lady tea lollowlng cable: The Prohibition force's have opened committee room down town. In Moose Jaw From there he 309 6th in a good location, Jump to whare he will ad where "ill seekers Alter Information dre-s a meeting on Friday, October (regarding the vote on Oct 25th are lKEMEIE The other British Columbia dates are'as follows: Victoria, Saturday, 23; Chilllwack, Monday' afternoon, 25j Tuesday, 25; Pentlcton, Wednesday, 27; afternoon, 28; ev.enlng, 25; Kam- loops, Friday, 29. He wiKispeak at Calgary, on Tues- 2- It will be noted that four oi the meetings, which will be addressed-by the prime minister take place in the cpnstlfuency of where a bjj-electlnn, necessitated resig nation of Hon 'Martin1 Burrell tikes plSce shortly. These meeting's will be heja at Grand Forks, Penticton, Kelow ua and .Yernbn. Weekly Desnitch today that the resignation "ffff five members ot the Cabinet Is 'o'tfrobable The nafnee Balfour, Lord FresiJent of the Edward Shortt, Secretary of iinSlatB'for Home Affairs; jViscount Mll- UTier, Secretary of State for Colonies, -seoir Eric Geddes, Minister of Trans Lord of The newspaper believes- thivt Bal agour probably only remains to oblige ,anhe Tory party." Shorlt Is to be Coated for the first vacant judgeshlp lolillner IB repgrteu. to be wanting to business reasons, and Lord because the business of "aunltions naudling la closing down Ileddes is reported to be considering offer of an interesting private posi Ion and only stayed through August _ ,fhen urged to do so. In expectation set a new'Railway Bill would' be have been stolen- from the leaves and fruit of the overladen trees Mr, P P in arounl vvon a mlmber ot articles al- ve been sto in 1918 TSe tore the branches from the trunks and ciughHu home was burglarized early wrooght havoc fcenernlly. Telephone m 1918 wnon {arnily was visiting wires sagged beneath the .weight of at lne coasti gooa5 to the value of J5W> the moist Know and snapped, some- times bringing the poles down. NORTH CAROLINA AND ARIZONA MADE GREAT GAINS IN POPULATION being taken. WOMEN ACTIVE' IN.U.8. POLITICS Ryan, one of the Rsrubllcan.speakers In Maine, Oct. states. dares the women of the United of Arizona and North Carollija we're! States ate golflg'to Very active shown In jpopulatton announcement? by the census bureau Tuesday to have had during tbo past 10 years the larg- part In the election. "The Interest 'women In politics Is oh agreeable surprise to CALGARY, Oct. est numerical Increase in their history. J ho Eaid. "In. most >pf my Kansas, another stale for which -tha fenced tliere ard moro- ..women than population was announced, showed Its in en. Klglit out of fen tjueMlons ask- seoCnd lowest numerical growth and i ert me nro by Sydney Wll- as a resull fell from its rank as 22nd a. miner from Dnimheller, was on! slato In Iho union to below Oklahoma 'hursday sentenced to life Imprison-i and Louisiana, lent by Mr Justice Simmons, ihb Arizona gained more than half ot iry having found him guilty of a pec- its iOld poputalion, now having ftlarly revolting crime against a little i 273 Inhabitants. Its Increase 'wns trl, firejeara of age. Williams; whp .Isplairel Indifference during tie trial and who his wn behalf, relating what he declared .1 bo the troth of the occurrences, ho was alleged to have com- Utted the crime cnarged against or 03.1 per Arltoha; Inbrcnse or 63.1 par cent. Kansas, Increase or 4.6 per ceht. Norlh Carolina, increase. 01- 15.9 per cent. PIONEER HUNDREDTH BlRTHflAY Oct. Pntor Mcf.eml. ono of tho sturdy! Hooichmen pinncered In celcbrAted his lOOlh birthday, OcU 2, at his home licre. Mr. McLcod was boi-n Oct. 2, 1820, at Thurso, Rcollaml. lie camo tti Canada in 1841, living In Glengarry. Ont., for 18 yeart. 'He lias lilveil In Winnipeg nearly 4o years. NEW PLANE FQIMJ. S." A new lypc or airplane being adopted fpr Hie American bombing service. caba are noticeable. The spread and Announcing the Opening of Of R GLASS the Club Saturday, Oct. 9th and Will Continue Until Sat, Oct 16th .i IT GIVES- A splendid violin outfit and one term of instruction in class by a thoroughly competent teacher and a prize for the best pupil at the end of the term. We do this in order to provide a-start along the road to a musical education for children from 8 to ib years of age whorfe parents wish them to learn the King of musical VIOLIN, There aie many who desire to take up of the violin but owing to the of a good qne or the expense of lessons from a good been unable to make a start. OUR'VIOLIN CLUB CLASS PROVIDES THE NECESSARY SJART Here'are the details oflhis very remarkable offen MAKES YOU A MEMBER II Is necessary that yon have the attached coupon with the dol- lar enrolment (ee and if you arc not ready, to slart lheT lessons Tight away the outfit will jte held' to your order tmtll October 36. i WHEN YOU j RECEIVE YOUR VIOLIN Yon pay making eltqgeth- er a first payment of on the outfit; the balance Is paid in weekly it de- sired; ONE CLASS We havo arranged for the services of a first-class violin teacher who will give class instruction to members ot :thd club In an entirely new systam. This important privi- lege Is "with the terms under "which you pur- chase your violin outfit. CUT OUT THIS COUPON To J. G HARPER A. CO., Conservatory Lethbr.ldge. Please enroll me as a mem- ber of the Violin Clnb Class. Find enclosed one dollar -de- posit on the Lethbrldge Herald-' Outfit Name Address Is the Club Gives BEGINNERS' OUTFIT COMRLlTE ConslsU of: Medium brown, highly finish- ed, spruce top, two-piece back, Slradl- varlus weli-triinmea ahd ot pleas- ing toiio quality. Nice straight well-balanced stick, lightly polished, and pearl -mount-. ed. GASE-ComposUloh leather brass mounted, string and rosin bbtf metal latest shape. INSTRUCTION BOOK'-One of the best, ROSIN, EXTRA STRINGS, v STUDENTS'OUTFIT a- COMP'L'ETE Consists ot'.'j W i: yiOLlNrjantonluB Stradavarlus mo- del, brown varnish, bean- .tltuliy' nnishe'd, highly pollalied, splen- didly epruce lop, and beautiful two-piece 'maple back, fine- neck and Scroll, excellent trimmings, well-balanc- ed, smooth tor.p. i j Balance'of outfit sarae as bogfnnera'. PROFESSIONAL' OUTFIT COMPLETE X J T Consists of: French Guarnerlus'or Amatl model. A beauti- fully aade Instrument with remarkable tonal Vialittea. Balance of outfit name as Students', J. The dub Opens Saturday, Oct, iand Closes Saturday. Oct. lh A G. HARPER CO. CONSERVATORY ;