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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 192U TEE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD New Home for League of Nations Purchased in Geneva PAGE -Practical Lessor, in Farm- ing By Visiting Threshing Rig -At Work (By D. O. Wight.) CARDSTON. Sept. eighth grade dasa of the .Cardston public school took a Held trip this morning to tha Cardston Farming company's acre field of wheat, to observe] first hand all.the.operations connected with, running "a ble' threshing crew, i This trip, being'planned ill their agrl-1 culture lesson in school, the students went out filled with a ileBiro to learn lor themselves many thing they could not answer in school. They were let! to the field by. Mr. Wright, vice prin- cipal of'the public school, and were The beautiful building which has been taken ovo r by too league of Nations M their heauq in Geneva, Switzerland, formerly known as tbe Hotel overlooking the beautiful sights of Larlcrj s.tiuted ights of the Swiss ,Alps. vested. Other problems worked out ..__ ____ very courteously received by Mr. Had-1at thresher were: Bundles handled field, superintendent of. the Farming I l'er'minute at tbe thresher; bushels company. Every student first a see r- i threshed per minute; how'much grain tained from Mr. lladfield the total bmiillu on the average, and of running the thresher one day. Then i numerous oilier questions were record- each student brought his information back with him and a neat and accu- rate account was made out of the or- dinary day's threshing account; which ia the majority of cases, resulted In a problem something us follows: 1. Waives Cost per clay. (a) 15.00 (b) Separator man 15.00 (c) 3 spike pitchers 21.01) Id) ]2'leams and drivers..... 10800 (e) COO Overseer (Mr. Hadfleld) 10.00 2. Expenses (a) Fuel .....................3 K59D right (city hydraul) !.00 (c) Oiis and greases......... 2.75 Repairs (average) l.lso (e) Meais' (at BOc per man per meal) 30.05 (0 Horse feed (at 75c per head per day) 1S.OO Total cost (per day) ..-.....42J4.65 Receipts Charge per.' bushel for .threshing 25c. Average bushels threshed per dav Total returns Total costs.................. 244.05 cd for solving later. Tho students were shown around the grounds. They were shown the separator by Mr. Pitcher, the separator man. The workings of the machine were ex- plained and nil the students osairUneii the Etraw slack tarofully for any grain being thrown over. None was found. Tho engineer wus also very kind showing the students the working parts of the 110 h. engine, e-vplaiu- ins the steam jiressuru and holler. even opening the big door at the end of the boiler to. show them the inside of it, and how tho fire heats the water in the flues. -Certainly it was most in- teresting ancf instructive and the les- son in agriculture. "Harvest Opera- will mean more than mere words to this grade eight class. This is only a sample of other.field .trips planned in varjonc'other rooms. 1 Special effort is being-made by every teacher in the Cardston imMic school to teach nature study and agriculture this fall, (while tho weather is E'O ex- from nature and from actual observation and very little book study is being given, except to reuitorce the work observed at first hand. Profit lier day Then there ivlll be the problems of figuring. Hie costs anil profits, by the month, the season. finnlly of striking tho rate of interest which tho profits amount to" on the money in- MILK 17c AT MONTREAL .MONTHEAL, Sept. wan an- nounced yesterday by the Milk dnccrs' Association that beginning tho first of next month milk in Montreal will he sold at 17 rents'a Surpassing all others in Delicacy and Fragrance School Fair At Coaldale A Success (From Our Own COALDALE, Sept. school fpi? last Wednesday at Coaldale was ;i very gratifying success. Although tho inter-school competition was made almost a dead letter because no other school except White school camo.ln, yet the display work and garden produce was very creditable. We hope to publish at an early date the detail- ed results of tho prizes. The weather was ideal but this interfered with the" attendance as all were- :very busyiu the Mr. Watson the .new school Inspector was present and took a great Interest In all phases of the fair and especially In the sports. Mr. Longman of tha Raymond Agricultur- al school was also present aril urgej the claims ot agricultural education. Mr. MeConkey of Claresholin school also rendered valuable assistance in the judging. .Coaldale now-has a long ''bread three dozen wheat wag- ons are generally to be seen lined up waiting to get into the elevator. --To say that farmers are busy is to -put it very mildly Indeed. Help 'is still scarce, expensive and unsatisfactory. Miss II. S. Dagnall, organizer for the Alberta Social Service League tor the referendum of October 25th. visit- ed Coaldale over the week-end. She spokcvat.the United, church at both scrviccs-and in the evening a-local committee.was appointed to about getting the vote out on voting day and to enlighten the public as to tho issue. A number ot Coaldale visitors took in the chicken'supper at Iron Springs on Man-day evening, be .safe for thenvto do. it any-niore'unlcss the bridge across the river is repaired quickly.. It is In a dfsgracetul and dangerous On Sunday next, Oct. 26th, harvest home services will he held at Coal- dale at Ji a.m. and 8 p.m.; at Chin at 2 p.m., and at Readymado at 4 pm nev. G. W. Kerby, B.A., B.1X. of Cal- gsry will he the preacher. 'Dr. Kerby needs no recommendation as a speak- cl us.a post card for a free sample, ttating the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or MtxeaTea, Address Sal ad a, Toronto. HA1 YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H 0 L E S O M E YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. er and a treat Is in store, urged to attend. All aro Trinidad Much PrinreOf Wales POUT OP SPAIN, Trinidad, Sept. Prince ot Wales, who has been visiting Georgetown, British Guiana, is expected to return here this morning and will spend tho day ;ind evening ashore. He will leave oil Friday morning for St. Oeorge the scat nj" the government of -the Windward Islands colony and the principal city on the island of Grenada. Since his arrival here the Prince has been very active. He has visited the principal industrial, centres-' and Khas iilaycd golf and tennis as relaxa- 1 tion from his exacting duties. Ixis't Sunday ho f-ltenderl jchurch and later visited soldiers stationed here, chat- ting freely with tho men. His demo- cnilic attitude has been very pleasing lo the people, with whom he has con- versed on many occasions. Dinners are being given members of tho crow "F tho cruiser Itonown TO APPOINT LIEUT.-QOV. ft AFTER CALDER'S RETURN OTTAWA, Sept. ap- polntmeat to tho lieutenant- governorshii) of Saskatchewan net-be-considered until the Hon. J. A. Cal- der, who Is now on the high -seas on the "way honie. Names nientioped here are Cormnis- sioher Perry, A. B. Reglna; O. B. McCrauey, ra- M.P., Sasfeatoon, and Arthur Hitchcock, of Moose Jaw. An extension of the term of Gov- ernor'Lako is not Impossible -'as there ,are several prcced- cuts, but it.Is underfitood he- .Vculd prefer to go to the Sen- j :ato. Our Own Correspondent) CAHMANGAY, Sept. iba service: at (the Methodist church last" Sunday; a'solo entitled "Pardon" was 'rendered, in n pleasing ana ef- fcctve manner, by Miss Ina Hummon. Mrs. B. D. Hrjmmon, wife of B. D. Hummon the. esteemed president of the Cannangay Agricultural Society, returns liomrj "this week from the samlbrinm >at Calgary, at which In- stitution she has-been_ under treat- ment for bronchial asthma, during the j last few months. Wo trust that tho treatment and change of environment will have benefltted her. .Miss Ina IJu'inmon the youngest daughter of tha above mentioned, is to. -bo congratulated, on .her. appoint- ment as 'teacher 'of 'Grade rV at the Claresholm public school. Kiss Hum- mon was teaching last term at Har- per's EnrJ. school, near Carmangay. This -young cltizen'will be missed by her many friends and and also for her aid in helping to provide mnsical items; for local con- certs.. .which she. was .always most willing to. do. B. T. Steen, is pay- ing a visit to tha town of Enchant this week. Mr. Williams has taken up his abode at the parsonage. He expects Mrs. Williams and two daughters down from Calgary almost any day now. Mr. Smith, B. A., inspector of High Schools for Alberta, accompanied by Mr. Sweet, principal of Champion public school arrived In town this evening. Mr. intends1, paying a visit of inspection to the towu school tomorrow. This nfternooTi, Mrs. T. W. Miller was at home to several friends, who called to pay her a farewell visit I prior to her departure on .'the mom- 1 ing train .for San Francisco via Spo-l kane and Portland, Oregon. allj wish the family Godspeed -and the i Lest of success in their new sphere of activity. Jos. -McN'aughlon. Esq., M.'P. P., Is at present out ot town. He being up Calgary way on municipal business. DEMOCRATIC SENATOR WON'T SUPPORT PARTY TICKET IN MONTANA Evelyn Xcshilt former wife of liar- ry Thaw, is h6ing sued for {2 about tho national ticket, hnt it is understood ho will bo for __ _____ _ CUT. THRESHED, MILLED, BAKED IN 55 MINUTES CHAPMAN. Transformation of wheat from standing grain to hot biscuits In 65 minutes Is a record established here recently by Harry Ruff, head of a local milling company. drove into n field whero a fir- mer was harvesting wheat with a harvester-thresher, which cuts and threshes the irain In one operation and took two bushels of wheat. This he rushed to Ihe mill where it was groand immediately, then took the flour home and Mrs. P.nft made bis- cuits. 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