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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" LETHBRIDGD DAILY H2RALD WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 13. 1U2C Takes Part In Trans- Canada Air Flight Average Yield for That District WiU Be 22 Wheat Control iBy P. C. Steels'.) CUAEESilGIiM, Oct. wheat crop in the Clsreakoim district is rery good this year. About one-third ot her bushel crop has been deliver- ed to the elevators. Farmers who oro aite. ire holding their grain in Toe hope that the demoralised vrhest mar- ket Is not permanent asd that prices will again soar. One hears some hitter criticism of the goverDrtieat ou its action in abol- ishing the Wieot Board, as it is eraliy lieltevctl that the market ia he me manipulated the farmer. Threshing Is practically over, al- though there Is socle odd jobs to he done vet. Tots week, however, .will see it'all. cleaned ap." Tha Claresholm School of Agriculture -will wind up thresticg operations Tuesday. The .Marquis wheat oa tha provincial gov- eniigent farm is nraning ground 35 bushels and the oats''' averaged" SO bushels. .1 All tlia wheat delivered al these points- this" fall has graded 1 and 2, uaU, also, are of excellent: quality and rye, although 'the atnouiit of these cereals is light, Ryo yielded around 25 bushels to the acre which is good. The T. heat crops will rut! around 22 ousliels to the acre. Some exception uliy'KOod' yields have been secured Harry Pines' 250-a'cra field gave ftim nlco retuni of 40 bushels to tho acre T. iP. Oibboy, cue of the most pros- verous far.'ners at Claresholm dis trict, located 5 mllea. south of town had c -ID-bushel crop, and Ciauil AranndEert reports when weiil S7 husuels on summer fallowed land. Softie difficulty has been einerieuce ilevators aggregates approii rnately, and there Is still about tei ler cent, of the threshing to be done omV two-'hundred thousand bushel will be marketed at Granum this year Eighty-seven thousand bushels ha leen sliipped to Fvrt William, from his point up lo Friday night. Oats ind barley are good, but tho area to :heso crops is small. "Two. ot the recoru crops la the dis- .rlct were growu by .farmers north of town.. The.crops between here and Claresholm are far better than those touth town, which waa in the blown belt. Jim Peterson recently, finished threshing and his 100-acre .field yield- to. the acre. H. Dimm, whb: farms two miles' north 'ot town, had 160 acres with 31 bushels, and this farmer' had a of oats. Frpm._an. acre and a quarter of registered Wdfilen oals he thresh- ed.exactly 165 bushelB. MINISTER OX K.IUST ANNIVERSARY RECALLS UL1ZZA11D, 1919 (Uy SF. C. Slecle.) CUMIKSHOLM, Oct. of lie several enterprising churclu'3 of "'larosbolm is tho Presbyterian con- regallon. fall, on the iuvlla'.iou f iha pastor. Rev. A. J. Mitchell, made al tuo jester- ay, the church will plan ahead its work for tho coming winter.. The ilans for the winter will be discussed t a meeting of the congregation to ie held the church bMday. it liifs satteriug s social get-togetti- r spirit will prevail and for j elected moderator of tbo rri'sbyterian ho coming winter will be forniula'.cl. I synod of .Toronto and Klngstou-al the .At the rjiornlug yesterday, opening meeting of tbc synod hero I5ev. Mr. Mitchell referred to the fact! last night. that II nr.s Just a year (bat bo first occupied the pulpit in Clares- liolin church. The country was then in the throes o! a he; and (oday the de- lightful, all ot which the pastor thought helpful to produce a health- ful, varied, girlie climate, a climate peculiar to southern Albt'ria, All of the CJaresholm i-tiurches will observe day ne.X'. Sun- day, speciaUharvcst services will bo held. ELECTED MODERATOR TORO.VTO, Oct. Dr. W. S. McTavlsU of Ontario, was '.'I'AM ABOUT PLAYED MACSWINEY SAYS Oct. MuC- Swlney, lord mayor of Cork, did not have a very good night at Brixtbn prison. accordlnK to a bulletin Issued today by the Irish Sclf-Determinatlon i-eague. It !s declared a doctor iu attendance foucii him weaker tliis morning aud that his miod waa not as c-iear as It sluce he be- gan his huage-r striko.- -''I feel about flayed Is a statement repeatedly uiailu by the lord mayor, according to leather Do- minic, his private chaplain, who Is quoted, by Ibe Herald, orgaa of labor. today began the Sixty- secoud day. ot his hunger strike. Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. Burglars Busy Coleman (Ey-F. C. Oct. Oonfeje, afiTonomlsl of tiic Clarcs School of Agriculture, who has ju reiunied'from Brooks, reports an i portaul step fonyard liy the ICiiight-j Watson Handling corapaiiy. -Healizing Lbe talue ensilage