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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, Jt'LY 22, THE LETIIBRinr.R DAILY IIKKALD PAGE FIVE 1'KESim'ERIAN Knox Church ANGLICAN DISEASES OF POTATOES. A timely hitlletln issued by Hit; El- ision of LJulaiiy, Central Ivxperlnieiit- al Kami, Ottawa, deals with late (blight, and ml of potatoes. 1'aul A. Murphy, assistant plant pathologist at Oharlotletovui, K. I., is the tuiUi- j or and Hit: bulletin, which is entitled [Circular No. HI can he hud free, ap- S V.'I1U1LH iv lit; mill 11 rornar 4th Ave and 8th Street S. 1 Cor. IHn Street and 8th Ave. South. to The Publications Mraiidi, Rev AH Denoon Pastor. Jlause ReV. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A.. j IMpurtmcnl of Agriculture, Ottawa. c -102 'I Rector jHotlrlhi! director of the Dominion liilO Fourth AVOIUHJ Si. Kcgnlar services at tl a.m. aim p.m. Boys' Department at 10 a.m. Bin Brothers and Big Sisters at 12.0-0. a p.m.: Adult Hlhle Class; and the rest of the School. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. SI. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. M. A., Regular Services morning and even- ing. Sunday School at 2 and p.m. Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Logue Boyd. B.A., Minister. 2.30 p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service, METHODIST Wesley Church rtev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Hi a.m.: Bible Schools and Adult Classes. 31 a.m.: "The Grace of Perseverance 7.30 p.m.: "Modern Efficiency." Music: .Morning, Solo. "Nearer My Ood to Mrs. II. II. Johnson. Evening 'Mixes! Quartette: Solo, "Glory to Thee My God this Mrs. II. II. Johnson. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor Jfl am.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic, "Protec- Sermon, "Pentecost.'' '2.-in p.m.: Sunday School. 7.30 p m.: Topic, "Scaling the Heights." Lessons learned from mountain cliinbins. CHRIST ADELPH1ANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Diblo Class. 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim tho glad tidings the Kingdom of God. Subject: "The Woman on the Scarlet- Colored Beast. Revelation Chap. i7.': All Seats Free. No Collection BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Relievers assemble on the Lord's Jjay [or the Breaking of Bread- at Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days ui 8.SO; L'nd and 4th Sundays at II a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. Si. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C., N. Holy a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at :j p.m. Evensong ai, 7.30. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a.m.. remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.3'J. Gos- pel meeting. 10 School. p.m., Prayer and Iho Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 10io 2nd Ave, South. Phone 1493 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ. Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- Ing at S p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY. caused incalculable losses, but that I' those losses ciin reduced lo a min- imum hy thorough and timely spray- with Honk'anx mixture. -Mr. j Murphy.describes tlie symptoms very j fully. Karly is prevalent in j July and the spots which it causes tare dry, brown, and I marked u'illi a series of concentric j bllglu makes its appeur- ance in August and September UK a rule, although it is always present he- fore it is generally noticed. The first .spots, which are usually on the lower leaves or -stems arc dark brown to purplish black in colour, sometimes KiiiTomided by ring of lijUit and they luive a water-soaked appear- in fine weather 'hey dry up and become brown. In moist weather they increase in and number and may invoivc the whole plant. An infected tuber is characterised by lu- rid coloured slightly shrunken areas j on the surface thai are abnormally I .Mr. .Murphy says I hat the !os- i ses from (he diseases are incalcui- able and that in thu United States sonic time ago they were placed in value at a year. In iniii it is estimated that the loss to Prince Edward Island alone was not less than representing 1mshelp. The damage all over East- ern Canada was about on tlie same scale. Methods of control by spray- ing are detailed and the prescription given. The stocking of solution ot copper sulphate and milk of lime is advised. Poison for the Colorado beetle can be applied with tho Bor- deaux as often as necessary. For this, either Paris srccii or arsenate I of lead, or a combination of both may j be used, half a pound of thn former t and a pound a ltd a half of the latter to -10 gallons of spray being sufficient i very severe cases the iiuantities j the poison can he increased by half. Iricts of his country, i-oticelvnd the idea of (iritis a camion shot a I the clouds charged wiih hail using an artillery piece of special design. Slie- ger learned thfll ii result of artillery lire, directed Mm clouds, thfi llireatened storm movr-d cl.scwhtjn; be- fore hur.sting, thus MVMIH the crops in the immediule vicinity of the. anti- liailstonn artillery. A short time I.....r similar exnuri- inenl.i were carried out in Italy, fol- lowed soon after by tin; intruduction of this mcl.hoil of pi-olL-i-ting grape vinos yid cereal crops in l-'rance. In the latter country Hie use of anti- hailstorm guns has been extended un- til today it is in general princi- pally (he Bordeaux. Jlourgoymj and Champagne regions. A repre.sentalivc tyiit- of (he ami- hailstorm cannon composed of four main members: First. ;i tripod which serves to support the carriage mechan- ism; second, a brcech-hmding median- is rn which receives (he cartridge and psplodes it by means of a striking or firing pin; 'third. smoke-stack or funnel which is a "miinuation of the breech-loading member and serves as an outlet for the gases: and fourth, a sheet of iron ineuMirim; three to four meters (it to 32 I eel) long, surmount- ing the cf.nnon and passing through the roof of the shed ihat servos as a .shelter for the cannon anil its operat- ors. Following the discharge, of the can- non, there eseape.s from the slack or funnel a whirling shaft of air. which, according to a French authority, M. Vennorel, brings about certain chan- ges in the atmosphere. The conden- I sal ion produced by tlie the unstable electrical state of the hailstones that compose the clouds most foared by the agricultur- ists. Whatever may be the merit of these theories' offered in explanation of the action of anti-hailstorm caniion, the fact mnains that this odd artillery is serving its purpose American. MISPLACING THE BLAME "0-o-oO'Oh! the childish wail rang through .the house the anxious mother I lo her Hushing into the hall, met her It tile daughter coming in from the garden and carrying a brok- en doll by tiie leg. (he matter, she a.sked tendfirly. "O-o-oh. howlod the child. "WillieV; broken my "The naughty hoy! How did he do hit him on the head wiv was the slow Chronicle-Telegraph. Two Rons of Samuel Stiuson. resid- ing at Tichborne. Out., were drowned at Crow Lake, James, aged and .Melxar. aged lo. The latter was in a boat wlieti it drifted out on the lake. He t'ould not swim fcnd the boat sprang a leak and he went down. His brother lost his life in attempting to I save; him. 1 is not alone the youngsters who are glad that Ivory Soap floats. Everybody who uses it values this quality next to Ivory's mildness and purity. in the bathtub it means not only convenience, but freedom from possible injury to have the soap always at hand and in sight instead of at the bottom of the tub where you may step on it. And in toilet or laundry use the floating cake is a great economy because it reminds you to take it From the water instead of II sinking out of sight and mind to waste away. IVORY SOAP s IT rLOATS Hamilton, Canada BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rev. R. V. of Medicine Hat, will preach morning and evening. 1" noon: Sunday School. THE NAME FITTED "Ma husban's very po'ly, ma'am, lie's got dat exclamatory rheuma- tism." "You mean inflammatory, Martha. Exclamatory is from exclaim, which moans to cry out." "Yes, ma'am, flat's what- it is. He hollers if anyone goes near Boston Transcript. CHRISTIAN Christian Church 30.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- ed by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome. Have yon smoked "Nobleman" SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy ONE DAILY PROM 3 to 5 ?.m. The unveiling the tablet erected by the congregation of St. James' church, to the memory ot" the late Rev, William Aitken. who for twenty-three years was minister of the congrega- tion, and for thirty-lour years a resi- dent of Campbellton, N. B., took place recently. "'I gorry, I'm "There you go! You're tired! Here I he a-standin' a hot stove all day, an' yon wnrkiu' in a nice cool YINOUA Tooth Paste i BRAIN POWER. I Cfivmio says in his pamphlet on Farm Efficiency: "The brain ipower required f- r the i continuous successful farming o( a I quarter seel ion of land up lo stand- j ards which may be called efficient, i measured by present agricultural, i knowledge, is as great as is required j for the successful management of a i bank, agricultural college, or any olaer type of business." Is Oaverno right in this estimate? If so, how does it compare with tbe estimate nine farmers out of ion have of their owa business'.' IJo they be- ilieve that it requires as strong an ex- ercise of brain power, as much prep- I aration of mind, storing of right j knowledge, and I raining for skill to run a llJO-acre farm up to grade as it does a bank, a factory, or a college? Xo, they ilo not, Their estimate of the mental equipment necessary for the farm is way below that of Caverno's. A large proportion of fanners look upon tbe farm just as a makeshift for a living. They have no real pride in what they do; no mental hunger and thirst, for better knowledge con- cerning what they do; no ambition to become known as successful demon- strators of what brains can do on a farm. It is that low estimate of their brains, of the possibilities of their farms, of the better profit financially that they might gain hy a better use of their minds that keeps them and their farms at a constant low ebb. Until the farmers of this country come to estimate the Ivain side of their business as in the same class with banking, teaching, preaching, ami big business, there will be no up- lift to farming. Just the minute, however, that a farmer does so class- ify himself and bis farm it begins to blossom and expand. Here are some good thoughts Mr. Caverno expresses: "Physical deficiency can he supple-, rnented by mechanical equipment and by living conditions which conserve vitality but there is no mechanical substitute for brains." "More attractive living and working conditions on the farm will attract a higher .type of people. A higher type of people working with more ef- ficient equipment will tiring higher elds. Higher yields will support a higher type of living which will at- tract a higher type of people and so on. Which should come attractive etiuiilnent or the j intelligent people? The problem is not so simple as that. Now'lt will be one. now the otliRr, now a. little of both. The first step is to catch the ideal. Ways find means will develop with time and Dairyman. ANTI-HAILSTORM GUN USED IN WAR ZONE Grape Cultivators of France Using Artillery to Good Advantage While, the guns of the European iirmies are thundering incessantly on ninny battlefields in (heir mission of killing men ami destroying man's works, the grape cultivators of France in their turn, are using artillery to good advantage. But theirs is not. de- structive artillery; they are using only to protect their vineyards against (hc destructive effects of hail- storms, which are not infrequent in lie grape-growing districts. Anti-hailstorm guns cannot he said to novelties in thn strictest sense of the word for (hey date hack to 1896, when an Austrian named Stieger, who had had an opportunity of wit- nesting1 the devastation caused by hafkUonna each year in certain dls- aver es an; Farm Harness No, 135 Less Collars AVe are curryino' a jjooil assortment of Tents. Halters. Sweat .Pads, Saddles. Trunks and Suit Cases. Belting, Sole Leathers, Gloves Mitts, South African Water Mail orders shipped promptly 'Rancher Special' Genuine Rubber Harness, No. 771, Price An exceptionally strong and ser- viceable' harness. Get Our Prices Before Buying and Save Money Repairing Neatly Done at Moderate Prices For Sporting Goods We Are Headquarters 20 Per Cent Discount on Baseball Goods. Tennis Riie.qiiots loss tliiin wholesale prices Tiickle. Base Balls Cal.cher's Mitts and (.Moves. Jack-linivcs. Scissors. Airtmuni- lion. Tocko't-liooks, Safely .Razors, Hones and Haxor Strops. TH E ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. Phone 5tb. Street Saudi ;