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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK DAILY IIKRAtD, SATURDAY, JANUARY letbbriboe Ifoevalfc Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKtV THE LETHIRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY.'vLIMITEO Ul ttrcot South, W. A. Buchanan President and Director John Torrinc: making possible n supply of barnyard manure which, will help put the fibre lack in the JiougUt under our t scheme of large farming operations this practice would not be easy to carry out. The proving ot winter rye, using it for fall ,and winter pasture is also bair.s followed wlfti success by some'fariucrs who have a soil-drift- In; problem, but even this is no! wholly satisfactory. Is ncoded is drought-! resisting grass crop which Kill restore ihe- to ihe soil. Sweet clovt-r may prove to bo the remedy. Tho ex- alony this line are net yet far enough advanced to be able to syeak definitely. Shelter belts to break force of tho wind would ulso be a great help. The problem is it must Uo solved it we 'arc to prevent abandonment of our older farms. Tbe regard. grounds leralrs and Improvements on schoolhouse and stables -4. 'aid on debentures ffficials' salaries, assessor, au- ditor, secretary, etc. 760 'urniiure -70S and equipment 103 7aretnWng and fuel n Stationery, chalk, lighting sys- HO It was Ihia problem of soil drifting which led President Marnoch and Ihe Ixithbrldgc tionrrt of Trade to institute fiucli a vigorous campaign for Irrigation extension in Southern Alberta, for with Irrigation it if pos- sible to seed tlie land to SIMBH and thu.s restore the fibre which H has lost during intensive cultivation under tem, etc There are otl'.er small which ace forbids us 'to mention but may je reviewed iu detail by nny rate- payer at the office of the secretary at any lime. As lo sources of'income, note the :ollowinrr: Taxes pnli! In -during the year {W.0-13 overnment Krauts ....v lent from tcacherage Tlio'dlstrici still owes unpaid cur ront liabilities, the dlstrlc las outstanding unpaid tnxes, is two and a half limes asiiiiuch number ot taxpayers, 34: average, as-' as the whole line from Lethbri'dge to sessment per acre, average Medicine Hat. And what is tho amount ot uix ffc acre, -cents, elevators here are still full and some farmers are busy threshing yet, aim many granaries arc still fuil of vheat. These are startling facts, but apart roin wheat altogether, Coaldale hart acres of alfalfa, which yleldn.ii tons, which was' worth over me million dolhfrs. .-This is of great- er value than dll tile wheat shippcl rom Southern Alberta during 1919, lo he extent of When we add the wheat and hay togethe'r, however, wo find that" the total .value is over I twice the value of all the wheat from] Southern Alberta, in mo. can be explained by one The Forward Movement Campaign A Four Programme s Jamury of InlercMiion. The January Aspects ol the Appeal. Febralry altlie Appetl. Febrauy Wtrkers. GIRL OF SAME NAME GETS' WEDDING PRESENTS INTENDED FOR ANOTHER ST. it proves ex- tremely profitable, anil also extreme- ly embarrassing at limes, to possess a name similar to .some other person was evidenced in this city this week when Miss Pearl Sbeppard, a resident in Forest Avenue, was tlio recipient o( a veritable deluge of weudinR -pros- ANGLICAN St. Aunustin's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St, ST. "AND ST. AMALGAMATED All services will: be conducted by the Rev. Canon .lames, Rector St. Stephen's, Calgary. Special music. Matins at 11 a.m. Ihe- district is to the cuts, letters of congratulations and j Evensong, 7 30 p.m. good tiierefore The secretary urged prompt pay- ment of-tax'cs in order that tho-moncy paid in bank interest might bo saved. The election of trustees tbbn took place and hoard for Ilic cornlu'g yenr proves lo hc: Fur Coaldale, II. A. Snggitt; for Coaldalo Rust, J. MoD. Davidson; for South; -Max Donaldson; for North, .S. Smith. -A unanimous resolution of clation o( tlie long and efficient'ser- vices of Mr. A. Mitchell as chairman telephone calls. The young lady was inclined to think that she was the victim of a wonderful dream or a large portion ol the city liail been affected with Insanity, until she learned tliat there was another i Miss Pearl Sheppird dwelling in Knrcst avenue, until a few days ogo. wlieii she became a Mrs. Chapman ami moved to Windsor. The Sunday p.m. gifts hEive nil addross." with forwarded to that explanations. A; Chicago woman. filllnB dropperl her linby into it and the child of the board was passed, aa Mr. Mit- was scalded' to death, NORTH LE.THBRIDGE Corner Cth 'Avc. and St. C. Norltl Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12th St. A. North 11 fi .111.: MB tins. rr.m.i Snndrty Kchool. 3.311 Ailtilt Bible: Class. 7.30 p.m.: Pivenspng. certain employee In the city hal hnd ten cents tacked on to her lunch J her salary T.-r.s going up fourteen per cent, If this Is going to be the rule, (here are those 'who will' benefit by i the rahe given lo Iho employees more j than the etnployces themselves. White dust and tho crilnooks are considerably1 In evidence these days, the city water cart appears to be still enjoyirig its winter sleep, wailing for the spring. Thnt water cart Is in lhal It is seldom In evideAce when wanted and often In evidence when. It Isinot wanted. Sir Andrew MacPnnJV In a lecture in Toronto on "Women in Democracy" f.M that Ihe solution of Ihe problem of democracy wss ttint every wnninn would do her own work. Home might dry farming for preserving say this polite way of saying thai moisture. Irrigation, furtner. will every woman would miud her own tupply the feed necessary to (ecd cows business Grand. Inauguration OF fur. HOME SERVICE CAMPAIGN KNOX CHURCH SUNDAY, JANUARY' 1'8, 3 P! M. SPEAKERS W. A. BUCHANAN, ESQ., M.P. DR. RIVERS, ADJUTANT H, CHAS. TUTTE, OF EDMONTON VOCAL SOLOS BY MRS, E. F. LAYTON AND MR. GEO. E. FLEMING MUSIC ,6Y THE SALVATION ARMY BAND HIS WORSHIP MAYOR W. D. L. HARDIE WILL'PRESIDE SALVATION ARMY and service. Mrs. Johnstons, C.O. usual Saturday night WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 41 h Aye. and 1Hh Rev.lChas. E. Palter Chorr Master 11 a.m: Jlornins Worship. Subject: ChaHenge of a'Great 12.10: D'.nle School and Bible Class. 7.30 Evening Service. Subject: "The Widening of Christ." THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH T (T-ruinpirmr KNOX PRESBYTEfllAN CHURCH Corner 4th iri< Kh Street 3. A. H. Denoen, E. F. Layton, choir Iwder 10.00 a.m.: Ssbbith v 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and'Beginnori II a.m.: 12.16. Big Slsten. 2 4 p.m.: Chinese 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service as usual. pastor will preach at both ser-V a.m., 3 p.m., 7.30 p.m. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (UNDEMQMiNATIONAL) Y.M.C.A. Auditorium. Sunday, Jan. 18lli, 3 A. Foznnl. Standard for Christian." All welcome. ICome and enjoy hniirjvith us. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. J. Hodglns, Pastor 12715th Avof N. Phone-1659 Chc-lr 'Leader, Mrs. F, JacKicn.'. 10 a.'ni.: Junior'choir practice. 10 a.m., Boys' Dont.'ot Iho Sunday School In Ihe Hall.' 11 n.m. Morning Service, Topic: "Spir- itual Growth." 2 o'clock. Beginners aud .Primary do- riarlmenta of tne Sunday School In Hall. o'clock, GjrlH' Dopt. of the Riinda? RcKrol In'the Church. :U5Y Adult De'pl. ot the S. S. In Uio MS: HOUR Service. "N 7.30 "Making a Joke of Sin." ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Btdg., 6th Street 8; 'hoi Sundays', p.m.: lUble Study, s'urdays, p.m.: Rlble. Study. Third Ave. and Ninth St. Rev. F. VY. Dafoe D.A, Pastor Mr. E. Martlrr, Mus. Director of Choir, Services at 11 n.m. Subject: "Chris- tian Sunday School jrnd fliljlo at 12.15. Let every member of tho School be present (o.givc the now Superintendent a royal welcome. Evening at 7.30. Life Made Over." Song Service nt 7.15. A Seal, A BooX, A, Welcome, U'fdneMiriya, Study, fnllovcd by pValae, prayer and (cc: PENTECOITAL ASSEMBLY 205 Street W. E. Sunday Morning WWhlp, )i o'clock. Sunday 7.45 o'cjbefc' Bv'angeliBtlc Service. Soeclal Come anrl bring yoar friends. Week' Night HeWices: and. S o'clock. You ara invited all of Uiew vices. AH Welcome. N6 Collection. NOTICE -j Ministers arc remliufed that cburch nollfic-s should bo hand- ed In Beforo six o'clock Krld.ay to ensure insertion, as thin pagn goes to preen early Sat- urdiiy morning, L. Curtli, Cor, 3rd Mi. Bible School otrl.glad to lie children sliy tor the jerinonllo ,at the church serrice la the morn- Morning Sarrlce. Subject'. Sake." Bvcniig Service. Sjibj'r-t; "Propheiy, the opening of thf and leventh Note: MM. Romly, of Winnipeg, who fta to have lectured at tho evening service lias been comiielled (o cancel her lecture for tomorrow evening but will positively proecnl her atcreoptlcan lectnrc week from Sunday evening, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Hull-'BEoek, 7th Service at 11'am, Subjoct: "Llfe.i Sunday School, 12.10 a.m, Testimony Meeting, Weil, at 8 p.m. Reading dally from 3 to p.m. ;