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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NHW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 23, 1921) SECOND SECTION THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS .IS HIGHEST PRICED BULL EVER RAISED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION What John McD. Davidson of Coaldale, owner of the Good tuck Ranch where Herefords hold sway, regards as the. htghcit pric- ed bull ever ratted In Southern Alberta.ls on view at the Coaldale district fair now In progress at the exhibition grounds. "Lucky Fairfax" is the animal, and Is one of the herd of purebred being exhibited by Mr. Davidson. in a year' two head of over-200 valuation dues uot eeem too high. Vermce, his mother, also on coat so Mr. Daridson does not think Lls valua- tion loo lilgb'. Hugh Fairfax, anil of sons and daughters of himself and thy other herd buH "Price Dare" are on display at-the fair, aqd raatiy complimentary things are being said about ihe Coal- ;dale livestock One of the i IVVWIP. i niiit 111 A uuiJUUfi.." W11U UI me Lucky Fairfax- is from shown ia Paragon Dare, a full pairiax, klog of t'ne breed, out of i brother to the steer calf given by1 Mr purchased by !vfr. Davidson i Davidson to Alberta University Coir E year or ffia.-o JnrMana. V.er-liege last year, which will te shown at line was a heifer" at tbo time, and [the International Stock show at Chi- luckily tho calf she produced was ueit winter, male, sa that Mr. Davidson expects to t Besides bis 200 purebred whitefaces fontinuo nis Fairfax strain, as "Hugh- Mr. Davidson raised on bis 2700 acre Fairfax a son of Perfecliou, Is now 1 farm at Coaldale this year 300 acres Ihe.hcaJ of the Davidson herd. jof timothy for seed, "it is the hucky 'ITairfax is only a litlle over i timothy seed'crop'he ever raised be bine months old. but ho is perfect in said. And bis wheat is 'turning out every Ho has a typical Here-1 a heavier yield, than he cvpecled so ford head, well set an a splendid neck, f that Mr. Davidson is quite satisfied Jlr. Davidsoji puts a valuation ot there'is something in a COO on the youngster, and as he will i "Good Hauch v t JIuch Curiosity Arc; ed in Co nection With SoW of the. Midway Shows BANK CLEARINGS INCREASE AGAIN Bank clearings for the week ending todayy Sant. 23, were and the correspond- ing weeklast year ENSILAGE CUTTER BURST MACHINE WRECKED WORKMEN NOT HURTj Fair And Carnival Another Night For AVeryGoodCaijse Citizens of Lethbridge and district will have an opportunity tomorrow night to show their appreciation of the boys' work at the Y.M.C.A., and their willingness to help It along. Fifty per cent, ot Ihe proceeds ot the fair and carnival will go to this work oa'Pri; day night. Decision to continue the.fair and carnival for one night was made at a meeting recently when the HoUry Club decided to give the boys'work department a helping hand, fix car- nival will open at 7.30 p.m. Friday and the dance at the usual hour. N'o charge will be made for kiddies except for refreshments and ladles will bo admitted free.to the dance and gentlemen will be .taxed one dollar. It has -been impossible to put this plan Into force so far on ac- ut the contract Coal- dale interests. For Instance children twelve yeare of age and under will be admitted tree to Roy Davidson's booth and to "What IB If they.want to win a duck at Arthur Baalim's booth they will have to pay for paddles. Street cars will ran from the fair grounds at 2 p.m. Friday morning the, same as last night. Ladies will be ad- mitted free to the dance tonight as well. PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline With a' bang the carnival end-of the Coaldale-Lethbridge fair went over (he top yt'.fer.day. Three hundred connles crowded the dance floor in the evening and at all times, after- Jioon and night, a 'good crowd .were attracted- to; the midway offerings of the Rotary Club. To tlio baseball gamp in the'-after- SIOOIL a1 fair crowd turned biif'biit Uie got-so cold that, they soon drift- ed- away, and the garao in tlie Tollbridge winning by seven to-nothing. The carnival open- ed up, for" business around- three Ci'clock a'rid: "What is .started .off 'a good rush and. maintained Its Etlrajliveness during most of Abe pFterno'oii. During the" evening all offerings ot the cirnly'al their. followingE, Arthur Baalini's ducks, pigs and.sheep, -were big drawing-cards. Nearly all the ducks he had on'the'place we're Bold. Plenty ot arm exercise was fcaine'l by throwing for dolls and (he wheel that bore those lucky the .holders at which got big dolls, -VKs'doiiig a rushing business: Roy I Davidson's agricultural exhibit was I appreciated-by .many and all those; who went In came out willi smiles on ,lhcir .faces. Mr..-Davidson his tlio "ton of the .liitrty thousand doltar bull that is out- tide us ons of his chief exhibits. Around his little room can be seen EantpJes of corn, all kinds of vege- tables and at airtiines Mr. Davidson and his attendants arc willing to give jiseful information___. The carnival jesterday was the Source ot much 'pleasure all the lime, plie crowd during the evening kept yranderlng from the dance to the car- nival end of the building and back again. The dance was a huge success. The floor "was in good share; parlicV- larly the new portion. The rendered by vannoncers1 Jazz, up to its usual order and thcj crowd excellent humor, al-! .though the floor was tfrj 'crowded. Theliank of Monte Carlo is proving h source of amusement lo the crowds. 1 fThey have to change their currency i there into Jtotary money lo UEO in j the carnival." It did a rushing busi- ness during the afternoon and ev'en- Ing and Ihe fact that tlio carnival went bvcr big so far as money "is concerned Miowe the batik staff was kept on Shu jump. Two paying tellers were the job during the evening. HON. W. F. AYLMER DEAD VICTORIA, B, C., Sept. j 3rig to'a private message received! here from Chase, n. C., near Kam- i loops, Hon. W.'F. Aylmer, diorl last (ilghl. Tha cause ot his death was jiot indicated. llo was for many years Dominion lEnjinocr In the. Kootenay and Ilnvcl- )itoke district and was a brother ot the late Lord..Aylmer, and son of the sev- knth iiaron Aylmer. An ensilage cutter burst "Wednesday on C.Parry'is.farm, southeast of the ell> completely wrecking the machine and the tractor driving it. One piece'ef metal passed up the 30ft. blower carrying away the top tc the pipe and a score of broken fragmeuts were scattered over the yard, and far beyond. There were five men working within a few feet of the no one was hurt flaw in one of the knife bolls appears to have been the cause. U.-F. A. .THANKS. MR. .STRICKLAND The executive of the ;ll. F. A. at x meeting on Tuesday, elected H. Greenfield, of Wesllock; as representative' Saskatch- ewan Grain' convention at Regina on'October place on .record apprecia- tion of the work of E. H. Strick- land in co-operating with 'the var- ious U. locals in.-combatting! the grasshopper pest .last summer.. Slight Frost And A Little Shower A slight frost was reported in Leth- bridge on Wednesday night tut st the Experimental Farm the mercury-drop- ped only to 32H degrees. N'o damage to foliage has been done by any frost as yet, according to Suvit. Fairfield. A light shower passed over'the'city .early in the evening. .At Nobletor'd a' shower of .02 inches- was recorded L This is the third shower there since j Aug. 1st, and brings the total' during the past two montba-to .22 inches. are beginning to 'worry abouflbe outlook for next year's crop. They like the fine weather for thresh- ing, tut there is being no sufpiiii m'ois- Somelfmea'rtherc is scarce a topic on which'- most nic-a have a chance; from Arctic zone to tropic they dis- play their ignorance; homely subjects get them gsMsIns and results are most distreuing. Any themes that you can inehtfou-bore a flock of iel- ioyj.cold, if jou name a new inven- tion, or the that apuds are sold; heedless therof or fashions, even talk of rations cannot serve to. ruuie their. but this fall that doesn't. Vvr on every way- side crossing there's i bunch ot busy gents; are wagging, arms are touting manner most intense. Loudly they irji debating with no. hint of hesitating in the matter ol aratinx; ttejr keep ipoutlng QBeace. "Tig- same in every tion clear from t Beanrllle to N en- York, for talk of the election tilLtiey tfma for work. But- cher, .banker, tinner, they are da I If 1 a te 'for -Binner, for" they're pick- ing out the Vinser from Bath to Plney All the. wjj- across the nation there are Jawis handing out much conversation; not one voter shirks his share, anil the porter and the pastor daily talk a little faster in a" lo'flabbfrgaster folks- not lip on ONE BROTflER AT ANOTHER LETHBRIDGE Wm. a boiler maker, who had worked in the C. P. R. shops whenih'ey were first installed, died at Spokane. was a brother of James WestbrooK, Lethbridge and Thomas West.brpok, of roremost. Mr. Westhropk died suddenly ot heart failure ".aid he leaves a widow and.four sons 'is well as 11 brothers and sisters his loss. Mr.iW.estbropfe was 56 years of age ana boriL-jn England. He had llTQd in Spokane for' and was quite well WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HOME OF "CANADA'S BEST" Why not exchange that musical instrument you do not use for one you will use? Ask Us .About It, Our Proposi- tion Will Interest You. WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED HULL mos- ture stored in the sail., However.'Oct- ober usually, brings-a -supply, .so there" Is plenty'of.time yet for natural "fall Irrigation." A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. BEES BUSY AT FAIR AND CARNIVAL Ohe of'theiftatures of the Coal- dale dijtrietjfalr is the exhibit of model farrn.'b'uildinas displayed by the titfbrldge Experimental Farm Matthews, assist- ant superintendent. of fruit grown-at; the firm are also shown. A section of hive'of live work, alto contributes feature.lif the'exhibit. rtie Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take His Advice. the Yale :SOUTH DANCING LESSONS i class instruction for.adults and children In ball room, fancy, folk and athletic dancing. Lefhbridge Conserva- tory of Music PHONE 765 WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR SPECIALS NEXT WEEK KIRKBY'S 606 Third South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK ft good rn cnusa It's BO tasteful ond eihllnrallng (It's a partlciiUrly gooil sunimer drtnlc (because it's BO cool nad refreshing. It's Us snapplncss, ILi ploaalriE and flayer will win your a> and maka tbe practice of aafclar or by ce "I for it habitual. At all fouBtai ttbe cam direct from un. full HIM of fliVor'i Creamery Products The name Chief Moun- tain was choseivfor this coriipany because St stands for everything- that is pure terated. Stand for the same thiiig and the Company that manufactures these products stands" back of their products; Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Merchants Will Consider The Minimum Wage Important Session Thursday Secret- ary Kellas Here Secretary Kellas of the Alberta branch, Retail Merchants Associa- In'the citv at noon today to te priewnt at a very im- portant meeting of the local Re- tail Merchants Association tonight !n the Board of rooms. At Thursday meeting the local merchants wilt'consider the minimum wage -queition, prelim- inary, to the stMlons of the min- imum wage commission which Is to tit here Friday and Saturday. Leech's -Roadster in Safe Will Come Back Inspector Hitk, of the A.P.P lias nottfled-by jirlre by Chief of Po- lice, W. J. Moore, of Missoula, Mon- tana, that A. R: Qninlard and wife aro held in with Nash car alleged to -be stolen from Dr. The parlies, he says, can be had upon paying garage bill and re- leading tbe warrant for their arrest. They have agreed to waive extradi- liou.'-.Thc car and the occupants are now held at Missoula, anil an official of is proceeding Ihcre to briug back to Lethbrirtge. The Montana of Police advises that Dr. Leech should proceed to Mias- oula lo'identify'iand claim his car. It appears from information receiv- ed thai 'the stolen car was seen at ForempsL n.Froin there it proceeded to Skiff whero the driver crossed the line going south to Chester in Montana. Prom Chester he evidently broke the trail, going west to .about IS miles south' of working back eastward to Great Falls, and on to Helena; Bulte, and Missoula. Vermont has .lost .and Maine has gained in population In the last ten: years. PARADE WINNERS 1 'Cht first prize for ihe best float in the parade ou Wednes- day was awarded tua Tei'jriU Floral Co.; the sei-ocj to thi> float of the Leiiibrids'i! Heralii. For the best decorat- ed car the prize was awarded tii n i- Di r. to Mrs. (Dr.) Leech. i A" DayhgSt Trams Very Few Changes in Win- ter Sen-ice Sees Prospect Of Canning Factories In Southern Alia. Bishop Fawns, of Stirling, Says This Country Can Grow Almost Anything never be able to But I-never saw such "Someone mentioned at the time of the Irrigation congress here that Lethbridge' district should look forward to the possi- bility of securing canning fac- tories. I believe the canning in- dustry will come tome of these times soon, and when it does come it will be here to stay." This was the statement made to the Herald Wednesday afternoon by Bishop Fawns of Haymond. who is here In charge of the Raymond dis- trict exhibit at the Coaldale fair. Bishop Fawna Bays he has been In Alberta 17 years and he Is more and more, surprised-at what can be grown. "They told-us when we came here from Utah, SOO miles Eoulb, that we grow anything! oum wonderful vegetables in all niy lite as we are producing' now. Alberla can produce peas with ot them. I have been trying a new variety I which is giving spleudid results. Last' year 1 selected for seed only ,'poils having nine pea seeds. This year the pods invariably held nine, peas with sometimes ten or more. Pea canning can easily become a great industry here and we raise' plenty of other vegetables lo nil out Ihe li'st." Bishop Fawns is nil enthusiast also for corn and sunflowers' and hopes to see the liaymouil district .emulate Cardston district next year by building a large number of For' silage, corn Jlr. Fawus believes corn will come into flavor. It grows nmk I and carries a lot of foliage..- Sweet! clover is also a coming foilder, ho' believes. It growth, can be sllaged, anrl.helps'.greatlr lo sweeteirland'wliicri'-'lBsiiiclineil to be alkaline.' Very little change Is made In th< winter time tafcle in and oat of Leth over the C.I'.It. This takes ef feet oti October 3. Following is ibi lime of tho trains 543 for falajiry- leaves at 3 a.m. daily. 6T for Crow's Xest and west leaves Lethbridge at 3.55' a.m. daily. 03 for Crow's Nest and west leaves Lc-thhrulge at 1.10 dally except Sunday. 537 for Calgary leaves Letbbridga daily except Sunday, at 4.40 p.m. 519 arrives from Calgary at 3 a.m. 53S arrives from Calgary at 12.55 noon daily oice'pt Sundays. C4 arrives in Lclhbridge from Cran- brool; at 1 o'clock daily except Sun- days. 6S arrives In LeUibrirlge from 'L'ran- brook at 2.20 a.m. daily except Sun-' days. 511 from Medicine Hat arrives-al 12.50 noou daily except'Sundays. 67 arrives in Letbbridge at 3.25 a.m US leaves .Lethbridge at 2.15 a.m leaves Lethbridge for Medicine .Hat at 4.35 p.m. No change has been made in the Coutts, Cardston and Foremost ser vices. SECOND DISCOUNT PERIOD- EXPIRES END OF MONTH Those who have not yet paid their.taxes are reminded that the second discount period expires at the end of this If full payment cannot be rriadt, the city .will welcome part payments. DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at x Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Th'eatre Lethbridge School District No. 51 NIGHTCLASSES The Board of Trustees of the above District beg to announce that Night Classes-will be orgair- ized on both North and South of the' C., P, R. to COMMENCE MONDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1920, These, classes will bo held Monday and Thurs- day, eveiiings in each week from 4th of October, to. March 29th, 1921, and it is proposed to con? mence with the following subjects: BUSINESS ENGLISH AND CORRE- .SPONDENCE SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING MINING CLASSES MOTOR MECHANICS SHOP ARITHMETIC ELEMENTARY COURSES IN ENG- LISH, ARITHMETIC and CIVICS CHINESE CLASSES subjects will be added if requested anri sufficient appli- cations are received for the same. of Trustees invite the co-operation of all Trades (Sgd.) J. E. HODGSON, Superintendent BANISH THE BOOTLEGGE BY VOTlt "YES" DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY Here Is healthful, sensible siimmor food, Pure -milk jfable butfer and appetizing ice r.rpam. Tbo inaslnium- of food vslue ij contained in these foods, They supply 'thr- with alt the nutritive elements tbe b'odv requires nui' are cool and enjoyable for summer comfort. Don't nut an'- Phone Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 YOU'LL BE GLAD IF YOU DO Shall the Importa- tion or bringing of Intoxicating liquors Into thft Province be forbidden? Shall the Imports. or bringing of intoxicating IFquorA Into the Province be forbidden? Inserted by Social Heryifte ;