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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGB DA1LH HERALD PACK SEVEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. Silos In Western Canada tbi TJp-to-date Silo Birm in the West Ttui ttrousHout Minneapolis. Sepl. )5. Tmvtov ment was reported today In the _ shortage slluallou which for a tlm threatened to force Ilic dosing o many Hour mills here. Members tho Minneapolis chamber ot comir.erc EaM Dial farmers of Iho northwest, e peeling a price of at least a nusli (or neit year's crop, are making pr narallons [or planting ouo ol the lar cst crops In history. Harvesting tall plougblng have delayed uiarV Ins of-tho crops, and the delay has 1 to reports Ihat farmers were holdl bacli Ihelr wheat bernuso ot dlssat faction with the government price. jrdlng 10 grain .men. "Ploughing Is the clilct causa ol I lleht wheat said G. Ewe. formerly president o[ Iho [From Own Corrtsi--jnJent> Cardsiou, Sept. good people of Taylortlllo are kei-iilng pate Ihe limes and creeling a hurch building IhU (all. A five acre tot of giound In Ihe northwest cor- ler of Jas. GreysonV field has been [Indly donated (or the purpose. The umber has been oud paid lor tstlvcs, leaving by car and eipccUn? lo return ou ThurBday The only son ol Mr. and Mrs. II. I> FolFom last evening from bowel uoublu Biii too end came very sud- denly The child was seemingly m coed ucallh but was taken ill In Hit- forenoon. The medli-al men dial Ihe only chantu was an lid DoHora Lyren an'l Dice iwrlonn- d It biictessfully but tUo little K-llow was Juki uearliiK the lwo-yi-aroia roars and did nol rally from (he opera- lou. passing away lisi cvcnlnK- The uneral will lc held at the rciidc.K-o omorroiv al 2 o'clock. All Ihe people of Cirdslon sincerely sympathize wllh ho. bereaved parents. School Opening Cardslon will some day he a M clly If only by home Immigration. Tin Is evident from tie crowing schof Never before has Ib. J Threshermen-Don't Work Short Handed WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF GOOD MEN ON HA.NO. Harris Employment Agency 2314 anil work on lie foundation ivlll llkel) commence during the present so that there ba-- been no time los n this worlhy project Tho building 3 planned tor fec-t. outside ill mcnslons and II will Hms accommo late lie residents of the Latter Da Salnls persuasion very nln-ly tor all ward purposes. Tho ward bishopric, Mc.ssrs. M. A. Lowry, Aiel Anderson and P. Soro- mc-rreldt, nro lo be congratulated lor tholr push and energy In this much needed it r H wLllon of rti Uo- flerVis hay or oil rtmw. IB UBuallr O. H. JX fed in coDlunrflon with the'illiee u s V Ih, milk production can be In. eints per pouno. >no ra Md In flrrt now after freshen, seven cenL, per pound with md malnlilnea at a hlEhcr dillv "om corn. New Telephone swent 01 ino L.-.U.U-1 Mr. While, one ol Ihe firm ot con "Knowing they will triu-lors (or the new provincial tele Change building has begun farmers aro doing their fall ploughing Ihe erection ol the sriiclurc. which Instead ol rushing Ihclr wheat to mar-1 IK Incited onnoslta O' kel." t ot K1A (eel on Kirst Xortll eipress-lor Taylor street, was purchased this ed sin la-views and salt! 11.8 slliu.- Uummer by Mr. Pearce. manager o lion instead ot occasioning concern, the leleplione service of Alberta and "hoiiMI bo cause lor gralincallon. no lime !t being lost In mating sul Join J Sectary ot Ihe able quarts tor the '-hello people, chamber ot commerce. Bald Hut since The deal was ed by Ihe Carl the new crop year opened September slon Investment Co, Ltd one ot tin 1 a of 5112520 bushels ol wheal owners being In New Vork city. Slow .'.ve been brought here as compared ly but surely business Is h 6952000 bushels In the stnie per. w.rd along Ibis street which the tu o last vcar, showing shorlaee ot lure may mete one ol he best of the population. JJever before has the opening Jay seen <00 pupils i-jrollcd I ias iho case on Monday last I her were 81 beginners and llie numli went over SO the day following. 1.. II... HI., and IV. are the; EM Ing copnclly the first week. In ih other grades pupils are coming more slowly as all available help I needed on the farms. A few years more and Cardalo twelve-room school building will all L cqulrcd tor the grades and a new ilgh school will bo necessary. Al pre BraSes IX., X., and XI.. are o copying two rooms. Tho school ?rcunclc have brcn Icve! ed, lawns started and tcnl-es ar tales put Irj flrat class shape ihls sul rrjer.. May tho pupils lake pride I keeping all as neat as ihey find II o: opening day. I39.4SO buahels. COOD YIELD Unlly. Sasfc.. Sept. Is uow in tull swing here. Wheat yielding 25 to 40 bushels lo the acn and grading No. I Norlhern. F town. The new building will he ol brick and tlie foundation will likely be com- pleted Jhla week. Another Death A from Ulac'iuii advised President Env.-. J. Wood ol the death of Mrs Bfower, who was a sister lo B. Andrus, ot Hill Spring. The funeral was to bo held Wednesday at. 2 o'clock and Messrs. Jos. 11. Ellison and Thos. Greyson, members of the high council, went as slake reprcscn- Traction Engine REPAIRS We ire wtll equipped to handle all Hindi of repair work on either ileam or gas tractor.. Only hljh clan work leavei mr shop, and we will quote you prlcet that are right NIVEN BROS. J16 rirot Ave. S. Phone 1732 Pawson, STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBR1DGE -Tho 10 FLY PADS MORE HIES THAN OF AHY 5TlCK.yf V CATCHER (fir n to handle. Soli bj allDnig- Oroceri andCtncnl Wkn wffl'TM Snc If HfW? Tttough your viU no doubt Increase, so viU your enp mi.'j )lod that the Utter more thin pan vllh the lormer. Now Is the Urns to start 3 Reservo the Savings Department ol lie Union Bank ef Cuatda tl Ihe phca 1o keep II. Deposit the extra you have en hand eat open m KOUOl sum, iowu lo drav I LETMBHIDQE BRANCH A..F. S. CARDiTON BRANCH F. V. Cav.Vi, BARONS BRANCH J. BliekwMd, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SK EOMUNO WALKER, CVO.U-D., D.C.L, H V. f. JONES, Au'l Coil JOHN 8V.C.BROWri l of CanlWoMn Brando SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on aH deposits oi and upwards in this department Small accounts are welcomed. Lethbridge Branch- R. L Brymner, Mgr. (Spcolal to Ihe _ CranhrooV, H. C., Scpl. 14. eighth annual East Kootenay tall fair, held under Iho supervision of the Cranbronk district Automobile mssocla- [oii Wednesday and Thursday was a decided success from every viewpoint, he entries numbering over fifteen hun- dred. Over threil hundred entries came from Creston, where the lioard of trade of that city, in co-operation the fanners nnd ranchers, exhibited over a carload of fruits and vege- tables which took first money in cases. The Dominion government .._ hibil was a feature or the miin' build- ing attractions and wasihlgbly compli- mented by Ibe large crowd ot specta- tors The large nnd commodious poul- try building was well (tiled with PK- ilblUon stock, entries coming In from iractlcally the whole district. .Mr. A. M. Beattie, of Wnldo, captured the special prize for Ihe largest eihlblt of poultry, wllli some thirty' odd cn- Iries. In live slock the show surpass- ed last year's, all the-buildings Mini! well filled with priie winning animals. Harry Edwards, ot Wyclilfe, was'a big winner In Ihls section, walking away with Ihlrlnen flrsta. The business men ot Cranbrook were represented with beautiful exhibits in the main bullil-1 Ins every slall being taken long fore Iho lime, allotted by the eiecu-1 live A feature ol the exhibits In the main bullninj was a mineral display, ot the various ores Ironi the district. This wns' in charge of Josepa Ryan, Iho well known mining broker, wbo ex- plained the various ores nnd the uses to which they were employed-. Wednesday's program conslslcd ot n baseball tournament, participated In by Wnrdlicr, Klmbcrloy anil' brook. Cranbrook carried olf the hon- ors Jn Ihls event. Automobile slpw raccs were another fealure ol Ihe flrjl day's program. W. F. Cameron, pi l.clhbrldg'e, the first nrlzo In the competition for large cars, doing tho mile In one minute. In the Ford slow race, Frank Durton carried off the honors, 'there were sli contestants In this class. Thursday's progrnm consisted or horso racing, wherein the .Indians from St. liugcne Mission, added Inter- est to Hie day. The harness rice, the feature, event o[ Iho program, and which resulted In Ihe cbnngtnt hands ot a lot ot money, was won by Macdon-. aid's "Slippery W. B. Worden s horse Inking second money irltn o. it. Knocke coming Ihlril. To the untiring efforts ot the elecii- tivo commlllco of the association ttio EIICCCSS ot the show Is due. Lail year Craiibrook did not'put Up a lory exhibition and thin year ,lv T" decided to raako or hrea.k htire ,hows. A. McDermol, tbe seeretaiy, threw off Ills coat and went at It In Iho right spirit. Ho worked twerty- four honr EhlKs nnd displeased wllh tho man who established thr 24- hour system. 1 le claimed no proTltlon was made tor connlrr 3. P Fink, president, and Dr. J. W. Rut- ledge, arc alao deaervlni; ol prilM for their untiring efforts In bringing brook's eighth nnliual lair lo .a luc- cessful Issue. ,V Thursday evening n meeting ot the Ornnbrook Poultry association was licld In tho clly hall, wbere Jmlje of Ihe poultry at Ihe ihow. Mr..Reed rare an interesting talk lo the poultry men of the district. Ho went Into 4e- regarding the birds eialblMd, comjillraenled the. THrtom eiblMtora on their eicellcnt showing. HI (o ho oshlblted In Ihe Urger many o! tbcm, were itown. taea- llon o( the district winter ihow being hold. In dbciigsed atter a Uioroiish lluu- lion It. was decided (o.hoUl MlM, A show comraltlco wan aprfjoliitefl-'ta will ImracdUlely gel down lo wort. A new convenience lor lourlsls 1J fi folding pnollne cooking Biorr lhal can ba carried In car aid bo supplied wlln fuel tor lit talk. STOP! Excellent Half Section Irrigated Laud 'Half Mile East of Coaldalc. COX CO. LETHBRIDGE i PHONE 180B PRICE TERMS Will Surprise You. Snaps in Alberta and Manitoba Farm Lands on the COMING TO RAYMOND I -S. L. Taube, the Eyesight Specialist, Of the Taube Optical Co., Calgary, Will be Our Drug Store ON FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 2ist For the purpose of examining: eyes and suit- ing glasses. un MATTER WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUH EYES DO NOT FAIL TO CONrULT H M ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUARAN- FAIL TOur D. B. Fowler THE RAYMOND PHARMACY RAYMOND, ALBERTA The undersized have for pircd with their actual PARCEL 1-5056 acreB soulh ol Ltlhbrldge, AIU., s, st acre Will sell for quick turn-over at PARCEL acres with large summcrfallow, about 800 acrtm e valuation per ..ere. ror venifnt. Soil c! quick salt will Uil for 525.00. .The Standard MAIN STREET. Your Will Should Be Made WHILE YOU ARE IN GOOD HEALTH iDoniNT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXEtUTOR'AND TRUSTEE, TO ttTuRE TOUR DIRECTIONS BEING CARRIED .OUT WITHOUT FEAR OR FLAVOR. YOUR ESTATE WILL BENEFIT BY OUR EX- FEAR OH l-ft AND RESPONSIBILITY. BOOKLET ON WILLS BY REQUEST. L The Trusts and Guarantee Company, limited Calgary, Alberta, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LtTHiRiDOE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, REO DEER, STETTLER, _ FOR SALE Dominion Bonds maturing 1937 In Dtnominatlons of flQO, ?500 and Interest Fire Per Cent British Canadian Trust Co. aeo. w. ROBINSON', PHONI 1M3. COKYitARS BLOCK LETMBRIDOE, ALTA. SALE RAM LAMBS Dropped March 1st, from Full Blood Romneys and Raiiilwnllct Ewes f F. 0. t, DELIVERY ANY TIME if. th. Iwi ilytr ,nr brtd In WRITE R.C. HARVEY 431 FIFTH SOUTH, LETHBRIOOI ;