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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AIX THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, '1920 LETHBR1DGE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN Shipments Through Wool Growers Teta! Nearly Million And a Half Considerably Exceed Shipments of (he Previous ket Lively Shipments, of wool through the Southern Albert a Wool Growers Association this yaar far Aurpaaa of last year, approximating one million four hundred and fifty thousand pounds. Last year only eight hundred thousand pounds of .wool was shipped through the locat VcEoc'tatioii to the'Canadian Co-Operative Wool Growers As- sociation :n Toronto, rheve figures are approximate, N. T. Maeleod, secretary of the Uou snye. The last Bhlpmcat Kas made this week aiid Ite total number vt care being sixty-fire. dependently, Mr. Maciood slid was an amount totaling in the neighbor- hood of two hundred and seventy-five thousand pounds. This did not through the local association. The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Hhhatllj.) Canada's wool market has.been live-i N'ow September is sojourning ia our ly lately and has made things good for the wool growers o! the'district. A good demand has been prevalent for some timd and it has not-been neces- sary to depend on the Boston niarket- All the mills in the oast are woiitag and the grades so 'far Iro'm the east have been good.. .'Grading of wool at Toronto has been- more .slrict this year than In the past with ilia result that E-outJwrn Alberta wool .Is being standardized on the Boston market. .Tim cause of the demand (rom .Can- adian mills is the big Kumanian. order for cloth, tuftl'is being; financed by. British capital.-' One this is that Is. forthcomiogj lately delivery! la made. Boston' .market ;.ls beginning to open np, the American' Woolen .'Company haying started to operate and to The total shipments of wool from this district last year approximated one million thousand pQuiids. lave ore Registrations for the prohibition referendum took a decided boost on with the total amounting to 1804- This 1s still tar short ot those who are entitled to vote, and. unless there Is a decided rush today, when the registration offices closq at 9 P.TO., many will be prevented from voting on October 25th through their names not being on the voters' lists specially compiled for the referen- dura. x Of the total 1078. including 433 women, belonged to the south side, and 72C, including 264 vri> men, to the-nortli of tha city. In all 1107 inec and 697 -women have terod. _ The registrars iiayo bad to answer various questions from those who came to register, aitd.ona was a regu- lar poser.- This was from a voman who said she was bora. In. the- Band- wlch Islands, now known as tie Hawaiian. Islands, aud that, her hup- hand was at'the Ume a subject of tla United States.' Coming to Canada he became naturalized. She wanted to know how she stood as-to being titled jot look The dry land crops'around Brocks arc not nearly as good as some seenilu' the-south coun- said Mr. Threshing on the irrigated farms around .Brooks getting .nicely under way and Mr. Porter did not bring any figures back with him as to yieldsv Tho threshing is about In tha same: stage'as that on-the irrigated farniS at Coaldale. A; large party'from the BrookS country will come to'the fair and car> Lethbridge, Mr. Porter cok- tlnu'ed. Mr. Don. Bark, agricultural expert ot the Natural Resources De- partment Bl the C.P.R., will be here to act as judge in the agricultural end cf the fair. Several of his assistants will also cpme. W. H. water investigator of the Dominion govern- ffient, will come as well. Mr. Porter also announced that Pre- mier Stewart and party, as told of lit another column, will come. FREIGHT RATES DON'T AFFECT THE PRICE OF LUMBER increase In railway rates will not aitect the price of lumber shipped to certain, points for the present. Th< points are- divided into columns rang. Ing from 1 to 40. Up to column 4 there will he-no present increase, hut there will be increases applied to others. Letlibridse is in column' 1, This Is the information obtained- by the Herald from a prominent lumber dealer in the city. J, CARTER 240 13th Street North PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS TAXES COME'iN SATISFACTORILY Considering that, the prln-' clpal discount period, that ot 10 per cent, expired on'August 1 31st, taxes since that date have 1 been coining in very satisfac- torily; there being a litile over 1 paid in this month up 1 to date. o SAVEYOUR OLD SHOES They will give you a lot of goocl service if you Jet us repair them. Wo use tho best leather and do strong, neat work. 1 WE REPAIR BICYCLES AND TYPEWRITERS anil carry new bicycles and parts. Whatever you get hero is depend- 3 nhle. 'A full line of soft drinka all flavors. MRS. IcCLUNG THE NOTED AUTHOR, WILL SPEAK IN THE CITY ON SUNDAY MORNING AT 11 O'CLOCK IN THE UNITED CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE EVENING AT A MASS MEETING IN WESLEY CHURCH New Brand "OLD CHIEF' BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER If not, ask your grocer for this brand the next time you need butter and if he cannot supply you let us have hi's name. People that have used H say it Is good and como hack for moro and you will da the same, All tho leading grocere In tho city arc handling this fine- brand of butter. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDOE, PHONE 192S The O.K. Repair Shop ownwp PHONE 733. 817 3RD AVE. 1 6 iBininiiiiisCTiraiiiraniiiininnirainiiraiinninminiirjiiiitniiraniijBiiiinf. ICE CREAM NATIONAL FOOD '-There Is more fco cream consumed In America than In any other continent on Jnrlh. Mayba that IB why the peoplo of America aro the healthiest and hardiest nation of the world be- cause Ico cream Is tho healthiest food you can take Into your system- it contains moro nutritive .elements than tho system demands and In moro gen- erous proportions. Ft is the National Food because It la the food o( all classes It graces iho banquet table, it is tho desseit for the rich as well as the worklngman. It is tho relish of tho children whethflr sorred in the home, ot the soda fountain or In the panny cona. [The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 IF YOU WANT TO VOTE "DRY" YOU MUST REGISTER BEFORE 9 O'ftOCK TONIGHT DONT DELAY Shalf the fmporta- tfon or bringing Intoxicating liquors Into the Province be forbidden? Shall the Importa- tion or bringing pi intoxicating I [quo PA into l.ha Province ba forbidden? YES I Inserted by Social Service- ;