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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAOE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, SElJTEMBliK 4, 1020 LETHP1UDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Southern Alberta Wheat Cutting In Last Stages Reports from Every Point Show 80'to 90'Per Cent. Cut On Av- Grains Also Mostly Is Next Big Yet. .-.Between eighty and ninety per cent. pi. the has hoeii cut, according to figures obtain- ed by tho Herald today. Noblcfprd sad several other places liave all tho grain cut and threshing is proceeding rapidly at many points. Estimates re- garding the .amount of the', grain threshed aro lacking.- '.V Nantoh reports oil Iho wheat cut and at Aldersyde all tho oals aro'cut nnd ninety por-cent, ot tho wheat. Parklsucl cellmates.ninety per cent, or Iho wheat, oats and barley cut, aud at Clareshblm ninety-five per cent, of the wheat is.cut. Champion has ninety five per cent, .of the" wheat cut and eighty per cent o! the' oats. Ensign. Blill: baa some oats (o cut. All the barley and wheat are cut fifteen per cent, of tho oats are still standing. Kipp, where th'o wheat crop was light, has all the cutting of thai grate finished. _ Brent, Blackio anc Kacbspn all run between ninety and ninety-rive per cent, of the wheat cut Brocket Las only forty five.per cent cut, and at Cowley, Luhdbreck and Raymond, serenty-five per centra cut Magrath is probably the lowest with only thirty per cent of the' wheat cat Points reporting threshing opera tions estimate that between two anc fire per cent, of the grain has pas set into, the bins !n the. the caBos, with Dunmore, where was light, estimatiiigf fifty per cent o the threshing as being completed hi Ihe wheat fields, 4 few'points run ten arid cent. 'Following aro details as obtained by the Heraldithls morning: De Wlriton has'thirty-five per of the wheat; fifty of the oats, thirty, the barley cut. Okotoks aft? per cent, of th v wheat, oats and barley cut. lAldersyde has ninety per cent, the wheat, all tho osta and fifty pc cent, of .the barley High Blyer estimates that eighty five per cent, of each of the grain oate and cut. per.cent, o the wheat' per th oats cut. 1 Nantori farmers'have all the whea cut and ninety per .cent, of the oats Parkland estimates ninety per cen of the wheat, oats and barley as cut Slavely has eighty per cent.-of th wheat cut. ninety-five per cen of the wheat, fifty per.cent, of th oats, and forty per cent, of the barle CJii. threshing September 2nd ami lias ninety pc tent, of the wheat cut aud ten per cent, of the oats. ats, and Dfty per cent, of Ihe flax, i bresblng commenced on September rd, aud ten per cent, of tho wheat! threshed. I'? Wlunlfred has ninety-five per cent. ;v Ih8 wheat cut, Bcventy-nve por cent. the oats, und leu per cent, of the ax. Threshing of wheat and oats arted on AuguEt 29, and five per enl. of each has go no through, the eparators. Burdett has sevenly-flvo por cent. f the wheel cul, .eighty per ceat 10 oats, and ninety cent of the ax. Thresbius of wheat commenced and tea; per cent. threshed.. Grassy' Lake has sevenly-ftve .per jtul. of tho wheat cut and threshing f it commenced on August 25. Fif- een per ctnt. bas been threshed. Purple. Springs has seventy-fire per -eat. of the wheat cut and.threshing! ommenced on August 3. Lethbridge'baa ninety per cent, of he wheat cut, eighty per cent, of the ats and barley. Threshing of wheat ouimenced on August 10th. Foremoat has'ninety per cent, of ho wheat seventy-five, of the ats, ninety-fire of the barley, and wenly-fivo of Ihe flax. Etzikoia has eighty per cent, ot the The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mhhatlls.) MR. CONYBEARE ON THE COUNCIL 0. V. P. Cony boa re, K. C.. lias beefc.elected a member of the Alberta Council of the Can- adian Bar Association. wheat cut, seventy-five of: Ihe oats, all of the barley und half ot the flax. Manyberries has ninety per cent, of the wheat cut, eighty per cent ot the oats, all Iho barley, and forty per cent, >f the flax. Stirling has- ninety per cent of the wheat cut and forty per cent, ot the oats. New Dayton has nlnety-flrs. per cent, of the wheat and oats'cut and all the barley and ninety per cent, of ho Threshing of .wheat com- menced on September' 2nd. "Warner has nirioty-flva per cent, of tho wheat cut, ninety.per cent, ot the oals and all'the barley. Milk River has nlnely per cent of Ihe wheat cut and half of tho oais; CouttH has BOvonty-flvo per cent, of the wheat, oats and barley'cut. Oh, '.be wail of BoiOr Hilly rent quiet air ot night and It broke thB Eiicuce ehrilly, for.poor liiil was in a plight, Thus he spoke sans reserva- of a problem of our age. one that touches all our nation, ono unsolved seer or ease- -Bahl ho': "Tis an Kvrfu! ijuesUou, and I'm H'elln' worse'n fer I've got _thc Indigestion 'til l'iu ready to casa in. Karo, I've a disniaV feelin' that I eoon must quit lay beat, an' these gloomy thoughts come steajlu' almost lime I eat. Pal, 1 fear I'll soon be leavin', startin' on a longer I now, don't you to grieyln1, lookin' -like you had the pip. Once when. I wuz hale an1 Iben, I mjght have slopd Ihe gaff; hut. EOY.' I'm a feeble parly an'- it ain't fer me to laugh. Here's.tho thing that sluiiips me, Faro, makea me, sick enough to die; all the way from' here to Calrq. we ain't bad one decent pie. Gee'l My tears begin ri-ilowin1 thrpat gilo choked with, sighs when-iny memory goln' on the days apple pies, er the fat red cherries swimtnin' in tie igii and juicy tarts; seems to LETHBR1DCE MAN IS AN INSPECTOR Mr. John T. Davis, 612 6th St. South, Lethbrldge, haa been ap- pointed an Inspector under the Workmen's Compeniatlon Act of Alberta, and will tie located In -the office of the District Inspector of Mines, 413 8th St. South, Leth- bridge. Mr. Davis commenced duty on the first Intl., and will as- sist Moses Johnson, District In. cpector of MEnes, who Is in charge of the Compensation work for this district. i Labor Men and Veterans Explain Dance Cancellation' Labor Day Events Here Should Draw AReeord Crowd Lethbrldse. Sepl. 3. 1920. j Editor Lethbridge Herald, i Dear desire to draw to the attention of the public of Lethbridge lhat owing to unfortunate circuni-. stances dance advertised by the Trades and Labor Council and O.W.. Y.A. in connection with Labor 13ay sports, to be beld at the fair has. to be cancelled. as a joint comicittie ot both organization, would like to draw to the attention of Ihe public that through no fault ot cure this action was necessary. The unvarnished truth Is that a JBlraugor, by the name of Kllbum, (would not give way to tho Trades and [Labor Council and G.W.V.A. on that ,________ day.: Not that the arc the evening of Labor Day, at tho titled to, anything, on Labor Day, but 1 fair grounds; it is not under the aus- cntlv a serious mistake was mado when Labor Day was included in this conlract, but this could have been easily remedied by Kilbum giving way, which the Major Jack Rosa Chapler were qulle willing to do. This dance was advertised by lha Trades and Labor Council and the G. Iwo weeks ago. Up... to dtte has there beeii -any advertisement that this Individual was pelting on a dance or has he come out with any definite til public thut this was the Is he playtag on...-_ the efforts and .advertisements- of these organizations? This Kill not tolerated. Therefore, Mr. Public, we woald warn you that should a dance be held f 11 j m 11 -IL L i i rsi an Chief Tells About Inter-1 ,teje wimmin ain'l got national and Dominion Con- ventions in the East Chief Hardy, of the city Ore depart- ment, Is back In the city after attend- ing the" International Convention of no hearts. Fer they feed their fami- lies victuals old tin can; they don't haVo no need uv kittles, they don't own a fryin'-pan. TIjey mult vote-to'run; the nation, they must work in over'y club, so there's no time'fer creatijm of a little whole- some grub. 1 don't think I'll last Chiefs'held at St. Thomas. Ont. In re- gard to the former the Chief says that "a lively time was had" with "fir- worlvs" very niuch in evidence' over .the trouble; started by Ex-President Kenlon, Chief of the N'ew York Fire Brigade, as lo who should open the convenlion with prayer. Chief Rus- sell of Toronlo, exercising his righl, had named the Uev. Dr. Cody, while Chief Kenlon Insisted that Ihe R. C. Archbiahofi of Toronlo should perform and Messrs. Caircii and Collins, o! the ceremony, and not having his re-1 Mount Forest, were here to supervisi quest acceded to threatened lo return the 'culling operation, but uofortun to New York. He was prevailed cutting be delayed for a to stay by the Archbishop himself, but j day owing to Ihe'.pressure of work on though he was present he took no men and teams in cutting several ripe official part in the proceedings of the 0[ oatsr A'huge silo of 4M rin, ail' my chances Fal, It 1 wiiz lined with tin." CUTTING CROP OF SUNFLOWERS (High.Riyer Times.) !n company .with Mr. H. McKcniie, The Times men went out to the Hound T ranch.on Tuesday, to witness the operation of the cutting of a 20 acre field of sunflowers. Mr. Cock shutt, of the CpckshuU Co., Calgary Automobile Collision Leads To Blows, Police Court and Fine lias all oats and barley; cut. has thirty-five per.cent. of thevwhcat forty per fi cent, of Iho barley cut. Imprisonment. .Champion Ihreghine wheat on Stiple'mbctv'Snd and has ninely-ilvc per- cent, ot the wheat cut, and oighly por cenl. of tho oals. Vulcau ha3 scveuly-five per cciil. ot the. wheat and oals cut aud