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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911 THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ........ONI El MAKING CftiDAl GRANARY OF IHEEMPI IBy 1-i. II. Hamilton, Out., Suniu'ialt'ndcat of the Interna- tional Harvester Co. of Ca.riada, Tiro history 'of all etral Wlira Hhc.wn that the man al homo I etiind the plow foiiRht shoulder to shoulder with tint matt at the front behind Ihs KUII. lir lilmes-irast, without the first the latter would have starved, and second the former would have been destroyed. .Such'a crisis has not yet come in Mil) present conflict; but the silent.ap- .pcal of the Mother Country n> M nn1 colonial has limn beard around tlio appeal 'or supplies, Icr broad, for hay, for horses, aim for moral support. Already across the border the Am- erican farmer is fortifying himselt to meet bhe increased demand winch will fro made upon him lor bis produce. Ho is increasing bis acreage and ev- Brvwlwro 13 re-echoing the to lain improve bis.methods in older ilJiat his acresp: vield may bo in- creased. The impulse which is Jiray- inp him to answer lire emergency csll tshnuld meet with double respoaBc it-oiii the tlllors of tlio soil ui this lined above utu particularly .neces- sary." Wo would emphasize especially tlic necessity ot frequent disking, and the almost essential use of the laud pack- er against drought. Many thousands of fanners, fur the first time, last year staked Ilielr crops on tlie land packer, anil owing to the unseason- able dryncss whir.ii prevailed -this sea- son, it is estimated by many aiithori tins machine, wherever used, made a difference of ties that the use of 6 to 12 bushels per acre. At ttic price at which they are disposing ot tlieir wheat this year, the packer has prov- ed an investment worth several hun- dred per cent, to them the first year oi its use. Ill tllose pails of the country whiob do fall plowing and fall seeding, the way the seed bed is made and the wav the sowing is done this fall will determine Ibc size of the harvest next year. A lesson or two like that in every community would soon work its way into farm operation in such v. way that several costly sanction- ed by time and custom would beeomo in a'shorl time as historical as crad- ling wheat and threshing it with PAIN CONSTANTLY TORTURED HIM _ __ Student Became So 111, He Forced To Leave Berthier College. Suffered For Two Years Until Cured Efy Wonderful "Fruit-a-tives" Tablets. CHURCH SERVICES flail run now. Tlic great economic law which makes a man's land profitable' i.i not so much the price lie gets for country', where not only the dictates ol business urge them on, but wkore MiM'O is tbo added incentive of liiriiec consideration of patriotism. MS produce as it is difference im- 'Asa flian doubles his strength whos {ween this price, and the amount itirfrtly pleased; or an engine Monads, jpcu'. in producing this produce. The Sta rated capacity whbo forged abend, jabove experiment was apropos of the so i'hould the Canadian larmcrs mul- mechanical way of plowing tiuly their energy and strive to excel Of mechanical way of their past good records as producers massaging the land, so lo speak, aad of the world's bread. Tbe sooent appeal ot the Honorafhle W-.rtia Bnrmll, Minister of AjricuV tiTO, showed doiinitcly the udviniagn of beginning at oncu ITOparo for a greater acitase of "Tbe only way to more wheat said he, "is to properly ana most- carefully handle stubblo Lot.it be .the determination every iarrMr to make his wheat acreC- in 1915 yield as never before. It is curtain that an incrtase pi many mll- Hoas ot bushels can he insured iler- ra-v ,'armcr on tbe prairlen will caro- tullr consider the lollowing sugges- tions aral put thorn into pmotioe jhcdiaWly I.AK0 >l4 Bvery aoro ol sfculi- land In to be an nry" ;or wheat should; be pJow- ril right now plow uot less than sev- en inches deop, and deeper if tbe MiaraclM of soil and moisture con- tents will permit deep soils should he plowed shallow or Boils with c, more slwllnw furrow thus, carefulh covered by the cover, chains or press wheels, it all has an even chance of itiiij, jnd ill the gia tend to ripen at the same time. It ro-nmcs, lurtherraorc much less seed to get a good btind will a drill than broadcasting. 'Proper disking and packing anil propel sowing iic the Ii st w lys to help nature give a gtod crop is very it n_ the returns arc much g Our work begins this fall in our plowing.and seeding, and our oppor- come 3 fir at our harvestme: and clliug Nc have more at stake than our profits. Towering over everything and stillinc; Hegina. Sask.; Nov. unani- mous vote of a joint meeting of the special committee and the missionary committee of the''-Saskateliewan con- ference of the church hold at Moose Jaw yesterday, it was de- cided to recommend to conference that the invitation addressed to Pro- fessor Kauachenbiiach of the Rochest- er Theological Seminary, to address the conference in Regina in June ot- next year, be cancelled. This deci-- sloii was outcome ot recent re- ported utterances of the German-yjro- fessOr, who made an. attack upoa tbe British race, charging that the Bri- tish Empire, too cowardly to fight its own was .-leaving the heavy tasks of the campaign to Tfrance.and Belgium. The professor also entered into a defiiiice of Prussian ethics and Prussian policy in the war which would make his presence at the con- ference next year .undesirable. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHUHCK OF CHRIST, ii, Hull [Hock. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ov- ftutng testimony meeting, 8.00 p.m. The reading room Is to overt- one evory day from three to live rj.ni. Everyone is cordially Invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Kosenthal, pastor; Rev. P. MlnU wegcn, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday school 3 F'Ul. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHRISTADELPH1ANS CHRISTADKLI'HIAXS Meet ill! the .Moose Hall, lliginui.'tliam lllock. j Kntrance 5tli street south anil 2nd auMim; soiilii. at 8 p.m. Hihlo class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad tidings oi the Kingdom of Ciod. Knb-l ject, "Baptism, It's mode and neecs-j sity in God's plan .of by Sydney T. Ilalsforcl. All seats i [ice. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are tiela at' the Citadel, FifCi street, as follows: Sunday. Jl a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salv-atlon meeting. Week nishts: Monday, i p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., Iree and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY oi Seventh Ave. and 12lll street: 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop fico. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone M33. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. liev. C. Grant, minis- ter. No services Sunday, as the pas- tor will he absent. Sunday school at 3 o'clock, Luther League at 7.30. Kchcarsa! Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST. AUGOSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service on tht first Sunday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. -Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Uev. C. H. Popham, rector: Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. .Matins 11 a.m. Sun- dav school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. >N Inyonrown rcnlbolliatthe NEW I-mSON PHONOUKAPH Ii fiivinj you m i if: raoro perfect truii can be m cri haute, thtjtrc or concert Ueinen'bsr lhat ell ttDlSON RECORDS re made under idrsl in jiccially conilrucled concert room rnra the noitCS of tflS ftrett. rNOGRAPH lltSIflUMENT WITH THE BUXOM WCT) And such Bands cs you may enjoy Soo Highlander! Bagpffi Band United Stattt Arlilltff UantJ ef Heilco Gartti Bent Swta't Sand relief Band of Hurteo New Terl Nltttarr Jetann Strauit' Qrehirtrm. The new Edison Phonograph has the diamond reproducing point, unbreakable and playing records, superior motors and construction, concealed horns, and the Cabinets are made in true Period styles, in perfect harmony with the finest furniture. As usual, Edison owners have everything worth while in the new melodies, the old favorites, from the classics, and the popular dunce nong hits of the day. Come in and listen to the bands. Get the completelist of Edison Records and tell ui juit what yon want to We'll gladly play all your thank you for the opportunity of letting us demonstrate the manifold of the Edison. 133 DEALERS IN LETHBRIDGE W. H. KtCatlTtr. JW-13th Street North. Kenny Allen Co., Limited. Rev. L. .Rolph Sherman, of Frederic- ton, who has "completed his Rhodes scholarship course at Oxford, has-been appointed curate of Trinity church. St. AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS Mrs. Atelin Wu Rettored to Health by Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound. Minneapolis, ray littlo one was born I was sick with pains in my sides -which tlio doctors stid were caused by inflamma- tion. I suffered a great deal every month and grew very thin. I was under tha doctor's care for two long years without any-benefit Finally after repeated sug- gestions to try it wo 'got Lydia E. Pink- I'sVegetabloCoinpotirid. Aftcrtak- nature give a giuu t-i.ui'_. ing the tWrd bottle of the Compound i ery little more expense in doing was able to do my housework and today ight thin in doing it vaong and I Em strong and healthy again I will returns are'much greiler answer letters if wishes to know answer letters if anyone wishes to know obotit my JOSEPH ASEUN, 028 Monroe E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- made from native roots and contains no narcotics or harmful owering over every ing an smp; Contain9 no: narcotics or harmful ur selfish hope oi gam drugs, and today holdi tho record of mercial instincts is abilily and, mij3t successful remedy wa our willingness to raect the call upon j If such we know w i icsnl frpm "which we know will result f sent unfortunate conflict into .which the Mother Country has been drawn. Edward Slaughter, son of a former paetor, who was sen- tenced to life Imprisonment at.Klng- 1903, for manslaughter In killing a rnrmcr near Windsor, will HOOU ue iVitJuseil ou-paroiw. to tydia K.PInJflMMn MedlctneCo. (confidential) for ad- vice. Your letter will be opened, bold ID ST CYPRIAN'S Corner ot Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South. Rector, Canon MeMillen. Sunday, November 7. Matins, with sermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong, with ser- mon, 1.'in p. m. Sunday school, Jun- ior Boys', Junior Girls' and Adult Bible classes at 3 p. in. Rev. Canon McMillec will preach at both services and World's Temperance Sunday will be observed. CHRISTIAN CrffilSTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. j J. B. Pickel, uastor. Bible school at 10.30 a.m. Services at 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCI-I-3rd Ave. and !Hh St. Preacher, Rev. Da- id Ross. U a.m. "Easy come, easy rootless grain. Noon, Sun- day school and Adult. Bible class. 7 30 p. m. "A good soldier of Jesus Christ." Illustrative story, "Winfricd the apostle of Germany." FIFTH AVENUE 11 Elmer Green, pastor. 11 a. m., 'God Far and Near." 7.30 p. m. -'Why I would vote for Prohibition." Evening anthem, "How Beautiful Up- on the Mountains." 3 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class. Wednesday, S p in B. V. P. U. and 8.45 p. m. on Nov. Jtli, the quarterly business meeting. Sale and social on tlie af- tcnioon and evening of Nov. 12th. PRESBYTERIAN ST ANDREW'S A.; C. Bryan, Pastor, 11 a. m. "Hallow- the f.amc." 2 p. m. Junior Sunr dav school 3.15 p. m. Senior Sun- dav school and niblc classes 7.30 Ii. "m. A Gospel Temperance Meeting, 'With Trowel and Sword." Special music. j KNOX tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. conducted liy Rev. Principal Graham, Moose Jaw. Young Men's Depart- ment of Sunday schcol at 3 p. m. W. A. Buchanan, W. P., Will speak. All other departments and Adult Bi- ble'class 3.'.Chinese class at '-I. Full choir at both services. Everyone cordially invited. METHODIST WESTMINSTER. J B Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.; m., subject, "Counting the Cost. Children's topic, "A Log llensj Own at 1 p. m., subject, "A iPUtc in the Siin-What is Soloist, Mrs HBV. Cfresn. Evening subject, "Pro- hibition." WESLEY G. Cobbledlck, pastor'; residence, Eleventh street, phone 404 10 15 in Fellowship meeting. 11 a m., Sermon ....._.. World's Tfmperan.ce Day. 7.30 p m. "The Laws of Warfare, aad-the conditions oi Victors Story of Moses' Lite If yon have the slightest donbt 3pm Bible school, including organ- tba.LydlaE.rii.khani'SVcg0t.- blc Corappnnd will help "Until death do us part" Yes sir, and even after passing beyond, it will be a credit to your memory to have provided for wife and children. Face this question squarely. Then if a sudden summons comes, you will answer it more cheerfully if wife and little ones are properly protected. Hadn't you better get an Imperial Home Protection Policy you are in good health? It's very easy to do it. Ask for our booklet, "the creatirjn of a" Estate" THE IMPERIAL It's, most interesting, and it's LIFE ASSURANCE free-so why not write for 3. CO. OF CANADA copy now? To-morrow you Held Office Toroito may be miinsuraMt. J. E. Wilkie, District Manager, Ldiibrid-f: "Our and Paramount, Absolute security to Polici'iioiuera. BELIEVERS inning at 8 o'clock, at 625 12th St. Burgmann's Hall. 418 Thirteenth S. All interested arc invited, street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for Bank Teller Tl.is chock H- all breaking of-bread at 11 a m Gospel] right, but jou must be introduced' preaching at 7.30. D.m.- Bible reading, Wednesday. 7.45 p.m. The' Intsrnationa; Bible Students' Association meets -every Tuesday ev- Can you bring in your, husband' Woman Who, lack' Wily, if Tack thought jou wanted an introduc- tion to me he'd knock jouriblock off1 Plain Children's "Lamps "Provincial Prohibition" Cantata practise PENTECOSTAL PKNTECOSTJU. flIISSION-Unity IJa11' 5Ul Ave-- North, Sundav at 11 am KcmcnUieririg the Lord'. Death iM COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Aak for Blue Ribbon products rad see dealer gives them. All Blue Ribbon antead to satlstj. If otherwise jou them Blue Ribbon Coffees and the best on the market or Uw so strong a jj" ;