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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY IIEHALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1010 PRESBYTERIAN ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn St'rcet and Sth Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. KVE.NSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at S.30; 2nd nud 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and'8th Street S- Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon. rteglmlr services at 11 a.m. and ,.30 U Carr. of Calgary, will con- duct'tlio services. In the absence of "r Lavtcn, Mr. Young "'ill preside a the orran. giving a fifteen mm- uto organ recital preced...s even- c Preludes. Cantilena In flat and .loccuta in C minor (Kar- gt_ Mary's Church "eSt Co, 5th Ave. ;nd 12th Street C.. N. ReliElcU5C 'all departments of tho Sunday School will meet at II) a.i... Big Brothers and Big Sisters at 12.30. 4 p.m.: Chinese Claps. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNico'l. M. A., Services morning and even- Junior Sunday School. 2 p. m. Senior Sunday School, 3.1s p. m. Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie LogLe Buyd, S.A., Minister. 2 "0 pm.' Sabbath school. p.m.: Church Service. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist-Church a.m.. remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.3C, Gos- pel meeting. til ani -Sunday School. p.m.. Prayer and" tho Word. p.m.. Special waiting I upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL (By G. H. Marnocn, president of Letli- biidgo Board of Trade In the Finan- cial Post.) "Down where 1 was raised, when one of the iioys on the farm showed a little sense or aptitude for farmiiiK, we took pity on him and sent him into town to become a banker or get a seat in a law office." That was the amusing way lu vhlcli our friend from Missouri, II. Wood, president of the United Farm- ers of Alberta stated the fate of some farm hoys. We have heard a lot lately aliout better farming. What about some aspects of better Dank- has always proceeded geographically hand in hand am! itcii across the Continent. Our development has been differciit; wo started in the linst and moved westward through Ontar- io; stopped: took unite a big leap over intervening country not sUltaS for agriculture, and landed, on the al- luring and furlilo western There moved np to meet u METHODIST Wesley Church G. H. Cobbletiick, Pastor Rev. G. G- Pybus. of Barons, will con- duct the services. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dav Saints i St S. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 1000 am.: Children's Class Meeting. 1100 am.' Children's Topic "A Little Home." Sermon, "A Multiplying Life." 2.45 p.m.: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Topic "Once to every Man a Nation." Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 10i6 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cc-r. 3rd Ave. and 9th St S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. C. C. McLaurin will preach both morning and evening. Bible Class and Sunday School at 11 o'clock. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South 3 p.m. Bible Class. Just how many of the men now on the staffs of our banks were raised on the what eminence have they attained in the practice of their profession'.' Ill India. China, and the Empire's Colonies of the far East a great num- ber of the bank men came originally from the fanning life of Scotland, and gained their early knowledge of bank- ing in the small branch offices in the country towns: the directors of In- dian and far Eastern banks recognize that the thoroughness of the detail training that tue youngster gets there. combined with the opportunities for observing the transaction of the var- ious phases of banking business form a far better basis of knowledge than can be acquired in tiie writing up of the A to D leciger in a large city of- fice. These directors can no doubt onsen e some qualities of knowledge of life and human nature in these young men that were unconsciously absorbed by the boys, first in their taking their daily part in the econ- omies of farm life, and later by their little experiences in the country bank. The farm boy that .Mr. Wood refer- red to. for all" that he showed little aptitude for farming, had yet a great advantage over that poor youth whose only knowledge of actual life is gain- ed from being spoon-fed in an apart- MEMORANDUM re TIMOTHY SEED SHIPMENTS. Tho 1916 crop of Alberta timothy seed would'seem to require anrcial facilities tor marketing anil the fol- lowing tentative arrangements have been made, subject to change as ex- perience In handling the seed may plains. reat ere moe farmini; population from the Western States f farmers from England. -A-pt- land, Ireland and the European contin- ent joined the throng: wo had to pro- vide business and banking facilities tor all this new population. The. bank officers came largely from Eastern Canada; had only their eastern exper- ience and tl.eir Eastern directors to guide them. It is not necessary to elaborate, the comparison. But it is advisable, and it is neces- sary to look now for the connecting links; to examine some of the phases that may be compared. Some of the a. (1) The 'Dominion Department ol Agriculture and the Board of- drain Commissioners agree that the widely and favorably known system for grading, handling and marketing of grain should so far aa possible be made available for timothy seed. (2) For this year the Government interior terminal elevator at Calgary will be fitted for the. handling of tim- othy seed. Timothy seed will be re- ceived in bags, the nags returned to the shipper whose name is contained thereon, farmer's lots being kept separate, though in u.uantities-of less than car lots. The seeu will be clean- ed and graded and warehouse certifi- cates issued for -the net -weight and grade or grades of seed obtained after iiiui grades of seed outameii most proniment of these I..aSLSlnne The cllllrgc tor been considered lately bj the u.ent; sackiiig een co farmers and twenty business men of the Joint Committee of Commerce and Agriculture, at Winnipeg, and by the Winnipeg, sub-section, the Canadian Bankers' Association, and their parent body. What is suggested for consideration here is the young hanker, where to find him- Look for him on the farm so much in the apartment bouse Look to" in the agricultural schools and colleges not so much in the otlnr educational institutions. Let there b3 uoiprocity and exchange through endeavoring to help the, apart- ment hoilye toy, who may shoiv apti- tude and inclination for framing to ceiving, cleaning, elevating, sacking and loading ex elevator will be-oc per Large bins will bo provided for Extra No. 1, No. 1, No. 2, 'No. and rejected grades. After cleaning, far- mer's lots of timothy may not retain its identity hut may be bulked with other lots of the same grade. (3) Albertn timothy seed growers will do well to remember thin up wards of two million bushels of tim othy seed are produced annually in the North Central States. That this seed is marketed, commencing about Ang 15th and that agents of the large Am- mant house, and attending school and jot iln i-jiric; Huml schools. And let the boy frciii the farm ami the agri- cultural sci.t'ol who may sho-v his apt- ness and inclination for business life get an opportunity to come over and help us in our banking and business. j There is many a city boy whose pny- sique calls him to agricultural life, college and the picture show. We are all doing a great deal of list now. Sun- little retrospcc- cuiui. mno vw {Q week for and whose inclinations may readily Duvers be guided in that direction, if more is be guided in that direction, if m said in the course of his .training o erican seed houses canvas Eastern geton the farm through the gateway January, for seed to be delivered ine of ill, Lsrlr.Hural schools. And let follow ng spring It is, there10 e h.gW Canada, taking orders during the months of November, December and January, for seed to be delivered the desirable that Alberta timothy seec growers should hold warehouse, re ceipts for their re-cleaned and gradec seeds as soon as possible, so that the Quantity of timothy seed available together .with the holders of ware house certificates may be listed from week to week for the information o The Chicago market virtuallj the world's prices for lira All Seats Fres. No Collection saiu in uie course 01 ins .uaiuuis ul i controls tile world's prices tor tun the dignity of the agricultural profes- The rates on seci sion; if more is shown him of the to points in Eastern portunities for applying his knowledge Canada, plus the import duty, are ap- aei-hhors LOOK DacH at tne ireai.auu j and his natural shrewdness in that equal to the prevailing sud'den expansion of banking business I direction. And there are many farm freight, rates bet ween (Alberta points j boys whose natural inclination would Toronto or Montreal. i lead them to make good 'riie secretary of the Calgary Grain 3 p.m. Bible Class. meiltai stock-taking just 3 p.m., to Commemorate I JJOSe ve jnliulge in a tlie Lord's Death and at (.30 p.m., t aud in sonte comparison with our j pms me unyun. umj, to proclaim the glad tidings of Mjg'hbors_ Look back at the and his natural in _that j to the prevailing Kingdom of God. sudden expansion of banking business Subject: "Bible Prophecies, are They jn Canada in its endeavor to j keep pace with the .rapid extension of j farmins areas and with the extension I of that accompanied and even outran the farming development. Re- i f The C. B. BoWmaii Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. Grain Insurance MR. FARMER PROTECT YOUR YEAR'S WORK. We wil! Insure your grairi.'ln stacks-or buildings, by the day, week or month, and when sold the policies can. be cancelled and a 'refund allowed. Insure in ari Agency that .will be ih-.buslness to look after-your interests if a claim is made.' Our Agenoy.has carrlod on business for over 25 years and Is ACADIA BUILDING LETHBRIDGrVALTA. PHONE 1325 Last Will and Testament The most important document a person of large or small means must prepare. Leaving a will saves confusion, costs and delay in the administration of one's cslate. Ask for our booklet "A Talk About Your Will." ________ ._________ British Canadian Trust Go. PHONE 1843 S15 5lh STREET maybe "better bankers" their knoiv- has undertaken to procure BELIEVERS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony most- inr at S p.m. HEADING ROOM. OPEN TO -ALL, Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day Cor the Breaking of Breai at "a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m.. Gospel Preaching at i.30 p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30: Bible School, followed by com- munion. Strangers Cordially Welcomed outran tne rarming uevt-iujjiiieiiL. n.c- i member the ortein of our banking in- ing communities where the complaint stitutions in Eastern Canada.' Com- j of the they get pare this with the nature of the de ledge of farm life would make them the closing prices for prime timothy very useful in Western Canadian rarm- 1 seed on the Chicago Grain Exchange elopment of farming aad banking the United States; their development a city-bred banker to understand their needs in -the matter of credits for carrying on their farming business. from day to day and provide sucl formation for general, publication in newspapers. Geo. H. Clark, Seed Commissioner. SALVATION ARMY j Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting; j 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- j vation Meeting. Week S p.m., lie Meetiss- Thursday, S Salvation Meeting Citadel band ia attendance. Saturday, 8 .p.m., free and easy metiing. mime A peculiar distressing tragedy was rvealed in the discovery of the body of John Penny, .a respected resident of Scotch.Bay. San. The late Mr. Penny, who 'was ,7.S years of age. had recently suffered from a sunstroke, and when he fell and caught his arm in a twisted willow, he was unable to free himself. He had gone out alone, and as Mrs. Penny was visiting a son in Winnipeg, no one was home to search for the old gentleman when lie failed to return. Two days later a search party discovered the b'ody of Sir. Penny, his arm locked in the un- derbrush and the earth about him torn in his struggles to extricate him- j It cost George Lennon, a yonng Ia- borer of Spokane. :Wash., Just'25 cents to be awarded the best quarter sec- i tion of land '01 the diminished Col- vilie Indian reservation in the draw- ing recently held by the government. His name was drawn first from a list of names. He.gets his choice of 100 acres of land from .a total of approximately SIR SAM H1GIIEK VISITS LONDON VlAIi OFFICE An Experienced Executor of Will calls'for wide experience in financial and'commercial matters. This Trust Company offers you the ex- perienced services of a body of successful business men. They have every'qualiflcatlorr for the perfect administration of your Will. Writeifor our booklet on 'Wills.' The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for.the Judicial Distri.-.3 of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOP: CALGARY WETASKIWIN Letnbndge office, Banjc-of, Commerce -Blda.-J. W. McNicol, Two "Winners Ogilvie s ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour and Health One of life's greatest ]oys Is to see your children with healthy appetites. Flour is the greatest life- giving food we eat. One pound of good flour gives the same amount of nutriment as one and a quarter pounds of eggs, or tour 'pounds of or nearly one pound of look at the difference in cost. GOOD FLOUR IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL FOOD YOU CAN BUY Royal Household If the farmers in the immediate vicinity of the city want rural mail delivery they can have it by paying 'the regular tariff'for such raravcn- Sience. Though requests were made for the payments on routes three and four :out of this city nine'months ago, to 'date only 12 have of 33 elig-1 ible residents on Route 4 ami only nine out of 61 on Route No. S. Some I time ago W. A. Buchanan, M.I', I the post office department at Ottawa suggesting that the routes bo com- I bined. and the mail delivered by auto, and the above reply was received from i A. Bolduc superintendent of the rural i mail delivery branch. He says the re- I -nit to date do not indicate a very i keen desire on the part of the farmers I to avail themselves of this conven- ience. Until 50 per cent of the pay- ments over, the proposed routes are received the department can take no i further steps. j If the farmers on the routes con- I'cerned really desire this most desir- able convenience, they should immed- iately arrange to meet the terms of the post office department. The tariff demanded is not an unreasonable one, and since the appeal for rural mail delivery originated with the farmers ithey should be willing to take'the necessary steps to complete the ar- rangement and have the service in- augurated. THE SCHOOL GARDEN "Six years ago onr school w'as fenc- ed in. Tlven they plowed a fire guard ten feet wide inside the fence. We then worked it with spiides and hoes till we had It worked down level and fine. On the north side of it we be- gan to plant trees such as Manitoba maple, Russian poplar, Russian golden planted these in straight lines, but to make them look better we are now OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, fyJURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. St Paul', Minn., Aug. of inheritance taxes of oil the estate of Frederick WyerliausBr, St Paul lumberman, who died April 4th, Wil and of on the late rft his wife, were made to the state today in settlement with the heirs, Walter L hitney of Oneida.'.N.Y., as killed and Miss Clarice rpi ner, of bchonoctady, will proh-: ably die as the result of the automo- bile in which they ami five others nere ruling leaving the road a simp cmvc near North liny, Oiielda Lake, M Canada's War Minister coming oul'of the War Office during his present vWt to England after a conference with Rt. Hon. Lloyd George, Secretary of State for War. whom it Is said Sir Sam is on very good terms with. He is described in England as "The Creator of Canada's Army.' WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM 8ADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDUE caragana, cedar, choke cherry and, hawthorn. We have a few spruce j trees, hut they are not doing very i toes and vegetable marrows. On the south side hiiva our gardens. The teacher divided pieces out for any of the scholars, who wanted one. Ou'r teacher showed iis far apart to plant the rows ami also how to five rows of radicii and three of car- rots ami one of peas. Others might j There r.rc sis boys who have three different kinds ot wheat. They are j Red r'ifc, liarquis and Kubanka, three I on summer-fallow and three on spring scholars attend to (lie north and west j side. We scholars attend to our own j gardens. We are going to take, the things that we grow home when they are. ready. we have lots of VIOLCT M. WINACHOPr. S.D. 1741, Sask. Ago 1 FOR SALE West half of 26-10-22. One mile frorn elevator at Commerce. All plowable good land, has coal rights included. Only Small payment down balance to suit purchaser. 160 acres' improved irrigated land. 60 acres in timothy, 40 in crop, balance In blue joint hay. Six miles from Lethbridge. acre. Good terms. Interest 6 per "cent. TO acres land seven miles, south of Lethbrltige. 4SO acres under cultivation. House and In good order. Plenty of water. 200 acres lummcr-fullowed. WiH rent to a gotid reliable farmer for .a term of years with 'option of buying. Further particulars apply to 1 BOX 35, HERALD Salberg Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction Why not let us handle your wheat? You can got in direct touch with us at all times which is impossible whsn doing busi- ness with firms hundreds of .miles away. Prices and bids ''.willingly. Sivo" at al1 tlmes- Quick, .efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALLING, Local..Manager..' Residence ,572. Grain Handled in Any Position We are in close connection' with ex- port trade and by flea I i Jig-with-us you .save men's profits; Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALU BLOCK Death has claimed another of Min- i to's pioneers in tho parson of Mrs. Thomas Thomson, of the tenth con- cession, her eighty-ninth year. .Mr. and Mrs Thomson have resided for i 54 years on the farm which they cleared. GRAIN! Unequalled Jneillties for Ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Fre.auent' quotations. All markets. i. You are inyiteil to make tree use of Jills service. Ask for bids on you'r carlots of grain. Private wlrei to New York, Chi- cago, Mlnneapoljl, Winnipeg Baird Botlerell, Union Bank BVilldlng, ARCHIE. E. REE8OR, Mgr. Phone 1S99. ;