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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OF CANADA TrtilAwli Ha A Growing Balance ill pavings Bank Account is oue incentives to Itia a source of genuine and gives a comfortable feeling of security from Drianciiil havent a Savings Bank Account now is the lime to start Come in and do ETHBRIDGE BRANCH Mattag GRASSY LAKE BRANCH r UAKI The Financial Post of Canada ANNOUNCES That it lias opened n Western Ollice at misis tho piiier tiiat gives evoryweek reliable ewlusive Information concerning and1 Indus trial omlitjons in This IB that is quoted as anauthority on Canadian investments by leading publications in Great Britain aud the United THE FINANCIAL POST conducts ail Investors Information Bureau through which subscribers can free ot re liable information concerning any Canadian for sample copyand further information concerning The Financial Post of Canada The Canadian Newspaper for Investors Western Manager 301 Trust Building THOUSANDS HOMELESS NOW FLOODS IN ENGLAND CAUSED BY I TORRENTIAL ED BY SUFFERING which has Jrcwi falling in tire United Kingdom since the beginning of the month ceas In most parts country tof flay and the oirtlooK IB lair The plight of Jias become the rapid rise of file Wensutu having compelled Ymn tlreds of inhabitants to forsake their Dwellings and to seek refuge in the pacts oi the city where they temporarily am being accommodated in the Many streets are untier eight feet of Two bridges and several cot tages have been swept The works are inundated and the Mty is iii hotli gas and electric having kill The telegraph ure stillsuspended and the only com jniinicatlan with tho world is Queen Mother Alexandra and Prin tess onbbarir a royal yacht re stormbound in Soufhwoldbay on ho Suffolk which It attended by the cruiser doesnot dare venture across the North Lord Stranded Winston Spencer en route to river similarly wea therbound en hoard an admiralty yacht at Many travellers are stranded in various parts of Nor folk and Suffolk and Holiday makers arc unable to reach tltcir steam herringdredger returning to was caught in Mon days hurricane and has not been seen It is feared the ered with air A telephone message received from Norwich late last nightsaid it estimated that people fcave been driven from their hoinesvby the The has in some parts of the city to thirteen provided with lad arc constantly patrolling the flooded district for rescue The authorities are trying theii best to provide mattresses and food for the homeless jLondon Looks Weird The streets tonight weird the only lights being those of torches and Fire brigades are busy pumping the water electric and other Fears of a famine of drinking water are as the machinery in the water works is flooded and Even the precincts of the cathedral are Trowsc church has threefeet of water in nave and the grave stones have been swept During Mondays hurricane one train Jron Yarmouth to took seven hours to make the jour ney of twentyfive SMITHS EXCUSES FOR NOT GOING TO CHURCH Editor ofHlic Herald kindly your paperto a discussion on Why Smith docs notgo to as u preach er I thought that now we were je truly informed by the man on UIB street ami ot the rcaEoiiR that constrained them to ignore the All must agree tho 1ms tailed and that tlic great army of Smiths have failed to make good liuir case in any real It were able put forth valid rea sons wb have hud them by this The fact is this Smith does not know why he does not go to if iefusei to During my five years of ministry in the I have received many var ied excuses for both rural and and that these more than per have been offered as a men blun on the and as an an swer to aquestion they had never deeply thought If Smith were he would I dont want to go because 1 dont fee my need of anything you have to of thisreply given to thp he could face the matter and deal with But what can the preacher do with a man I cannot get out to You Ive just got ox too cold to take the wife anu or Ive just got to give poor beasts a day Can the preacher provide adriving team for ievery family parish But this isnot the real A few days after you will see the same poor hardwurked oxen or horses tied up to a rail uulsiifti of a country school with the thermometer registering from JStoSO degrees be low while the same farmer is dancing a jig And what can the preacher do with the town nun who complains about his trying siness worries anil atmosphere all and who needs all Sunday to rest and drive his family out in to the country in a top buggy or car The preacher cannot fill every the week while the business man takes his And if the preacher keeps his eye he will find the same man spending many precious business hours around the or in some back room of soire establishment en joying a game of cliess ur Why not rest then Hut the real busy men are nearly always the men who can find at least one hour oneday in a week in which to remember their The rest are Then another 1 cant go lo church and enjoy the servicu while that old hvjiocrite It spoils the whole thing to But has the control over who comes to his place nf worship Remcnber that hypocrites were often to he found in Christs Surely it would scarcely be the pro per thing for pastor to take the said by the neck and kick him however much he may de serve sooner or that man willget his medicine from the Let him and hear the If he is a the preacher will know about Let Smith out with the reason and then the preacher will grapple wjth Let him say clearly and distinct I dont feel Be hon with the that he may be in a position help if a patient is untruthful to his physician regarding his what hope is therefor cure If a man goes tochurch seeking help In will get If he reads Gods with a thirsty he will find the fails A seeking sou will find some help from near ly It is true th some preachers arc not so positive as they might ought tobe but all the truth is very hard to snuff Every man needs the say ing power of and he can have no hope in the world to come without And this same gospe will lie preached and can he heardun til the end But remember that no man knoweth the duration o his own time or the time of the Thanking or youi courtesy and interest in this matter M ARMSTRONG Baptist Piiicher August 26Uu T Your Money is Good In a StudebakerFlanders 20 New Wheat Is on the Next Week There Will be a Lot of it Started East ward to Fort There reasons graiu growersin this district should ship their new wheat through Grain Commission 232 Grain a They each consignment their personal liberal advances on Bills of prompt returns when fair treatment every If you have already shipped throueii tnia LIVE you belong to their brigade of SATISFIED we will guarantee that you will join that Army of the Hyde and Saunders LOCAL AGENTS WirthouH and BOX 112 TELEPHONE 1244 J POKING FUN AT WESTERN SLANG DANISH SAYS IT WILL SUPPLANT THE LANGUAGE OF SHAKESPEARE Los that the of today is retiring the old tongue into the background and burying and that the people of this be cause of their genius for originality and will become the Romans of profes sor of languages at the University of who is on a tour of the United is endeavoring to ab sorb the new slang and translate it into his own language tor the future use of his This country has gripped me as no oiher land in my said I after months of investigation that the Americans are tho Romans of They are authors of a new tongue will take the place of Britains Americans have relegated the old English language into the buried and substituted a language of their In its brevity and its The socalled slang of the present American tongue is far more picturesque and serviceable than the English of Shakespeares The new American like the new American the classics beaten to a finish and down and Your authors of today give Shakespeare and his fellows the count A tew years from now they will be speaking American over In Eng instead of The Ameri cans oi the like the Romans of the branch and by conquest absorb many other Canada and in a fewhun dred will be part of the United I firmly believe that of her own will also come un der the wing of this country on the breaking up of the British England may become a stale of this counlry In time to save herself from rule by war ot the future will Vic between Germany and the The victor will have to hat CANAL1LLIS ALL THE TALK GERMAN NEWSPAPERS RESTRAIN BUT GLOAT OVER BRIT ISH DISCOMFITURE Tails signature of the PanamaCanal Bill has released a flood of com more or loss re on Americas disregard of her treaty There Is no doubt whatever that if the Kaisers government were not it self sitting on the the people and government of the United States would be treated to some expression a of German opinion wnnld make British comment A point on which stress will he laid is the ludicrous lightin which the af fair places Americas vaunted cntliua for the Internation The Vossische Zietung strikes a newnote in its editorial com almost glowingly on the dis ruption of AngloAmerican friend It asks ironically what has become of Joseph Chamberlains once cherish ed dream of an AngloSaxon alliance between Great Germany and the United The Vossische Zletung thinks the rift in the AngloAmerican luU re dounds to benefit of the Father as the unity between the Eng lishspeaking countries has recently on more than one occasion been ex ploited against the German Slightly Sarcastic ing editorially cm the Panama Canal the Noyoe Vremya concludes Its article as follows Such is the value oC the word pass ed by the great American Russia is not directly and it does not He with us to hut we nave the right and regard it as an to point out how Amer icans deal with International Engliih Vlewi shipown ers are of the opinion time haa not yet come for any concerted protest against the Panama Canal and that Individual protests are seless They regard the matter as for aud rely You cant put to better advantage than in a StudebakerFlanders The car has everything a man needs in an automobile hand some and it is built throughout of the best materials money can In no prospective buyer needs to question the quality of Studebaker It is an axiom the world over that Studebaker product is an honest value through and The next months are the finest of the year for motor ing and with crops practically assured we have care to Prompt delivery on Stude You couldnt want more than we offer you in these sterling cars and we are ready to deliver to you now the biggest worth of automobile you ever See us The StudebakerFlandert Trim Equipped with 30 StudebolnrFUndm 20 Delivery Car flOSt The Studebaker Corporation of Ont c THE WESTERN Agents for Lethbridge in Sir Edward Grey to handle the mat ter to the best ot their The general manager of the Harriman line said We regret the Presidents of but we hardly see what we can The situation will probably ed ust tut t think that any pro teat must be a matter for and not for Individual ship A member of thefirm of Andrew Company said Speaking purely from Hie ship owners point of the effect of American discrimination in the mat er of coastwise steamers will not be it the moment but will ielp American shipowners to oust British steamers from the business of carrying coal troin the Atlantic coast the Pacific and tile Philippines America already sends a good deal if coal from the Atlantic seahqard to San For the present the ill must be regarded as the thin end f the and for tJiis reason tho residents action cannot be looked ipon with anything but SELLING RAGS TO MOTHERLAND rag with Great Britain is develop no loss than worth of woollen rags were shipped from Ca nada to the United yisr or manufacture into shoddy In the Dewsbirry and Bradford Judging current prices at whicn this commodity Is purchased in Can adian the amount mentioml would represent an quan tity of JOURNALIST WAS GREATLY HONORED Mig 20 fun eral of Alexis etiitor and proprietor of the Novoc died Auguit was held yesterday impressing ceremonies Immense crowds attended the sen ices and the special tram of cars which cai ried the coffin to tlic Lcraetcrj was loaded with 20ii BACK TO Moose three of successful Eastern time ad ministration which drastic mensure was hroughtin owing to the fire at the power house andthe con sequent holdup iu electric the City Council ordered the special by law repealed and standard time will be reverted to on September WOULD ADDRESS OVERSEAS CLUB Bar president of the Overseas Club lias received a letter from the Right Winston in which II Is stated that If visits Ca he will be pleased to address the Overseas Club CHATHAM GIRL DROWNED Ang the tenyearold daughter of George a prominent wffs drowned this afternoon at while LET CONTRACT FOR FIRE HALL contract for the building of tlie new Ore hall on the cornel ofWard and Latimcr streets lei labt night i meeting of the citj council 10 1jha Son for the sum of Tina Has tlic lowest tender of the tlitce the other two icing ami vVateis The for the file hall call tor the erection and completion of the hall with stoat or cement foundations the super structure of brick and a giound Work will begin once and it IK ex pected to be finished about the end ol The new file station when complrtcil wll cost in the neighborhood of the lots cmtini and an automatic lire apparatus costing Four residents of Thomas Ofas and George died oil thp same POST OFFICE BOX 91 PHONE 471 The Wall Paper Question ISNT A QUESTION If you buy your Wall Papers from the Revlo its the Samples and Estimates furnished The Revlo und Avttm ;