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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tire LF.THnnror.E DAILY H'EBALD SATURDAY. 11IU' GRAIN! Unciiunllod facilities for secur- ing reliable Informal kyi regard- ins Grain. Fvciiueal nuotalions. All markets. You arc Invited to uiako Iran ot this service. Ask for bids on your c-arlots of Brain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR. Mgr. Phone 1599. Finding Well Water For The Farmer iBy R. Ft. Marnochl I noticed remarks about I the presence of the water there, veil 1 understand that the weils that are Ihese are cultivated on Hie newer ;mi disease froe lauds of ihe ivost inuel of Ihe dark color of tno Hour inn: naturally" HOW TO SECURE A TRAVELLING LIBRARY What they are. Travelling llbmrlc are small collections of. bdoks'.whlcl Grain Handled in Any Position We are in close connection ex- port trade and bv (loalins with us you save, several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1. MACDONALD SLOCK Hal are are smitii i uouueu pumr ........._..-. urn hv the DdDartnic-nl or IVMC.. uvu at which 1 men- win b. somovhere between Grassy ihe L mveraltj. o all __, ....ntiiai. anniR- f.fni the cost tioned this matler and hfr Interest whai was bPing done has been main- Idined. At that I Quoted Ihe old country song: "A little farm tilled. A little house' well filled. A iittle wife well willed. riive me, Kive .'ue." I Some one in Ihe audience. I i it was Dr. Hu.thprf.orcl sussesci jadclitionjl line. "A little well drilled." Progress since then has somewhat slow hut sure bake and Foremost, another where south of Bow island, and possi- bly a third may be put. down some- where in ihe district immediately west of t'akowki Lake. The carryintt out of this well drill- ing work is" betas carefully supervised by Mr. Dowling and undoubtedly lie Mat. will be able to give much useful guld- t ar. auce lo farmers and farinine commun- well ities and muncipalitie.s as to Ihe cost country has been i he of lit-ers ot been Firsi prospected ___ Survey. IX B. Dowlin? am! Mr. Slipper: that was done lasl iiad the results of their work wen) published in ihe report of ihe Depart- ment of Mines for 1915 alone wtili map Bathing girls appeared at Atlantic City. N. J- in new style stockings, consisting of stripes oi black" paint. showing the area? from Chin ard to south of and Seven Persons and from 15 to 25 miles broad north aud south, as well 1 as in some areas around Pakowki Lake and in the Elzikom Coulee, in which artesian waters have been aud are likely to be found. I understand from Mr. Dowling that the existing welis around Taber taken in conjunction with the results of the prospecting work done last summer, may be considered as proving the pres- ence of underground artesian water at pplled either laterally or longfmdi-j Barn well find Chin aud in a consider- nally. as the wearer wished, to give; able area north and south of these or plump-j points. The well at Foremost and ihe lone in Etzikom -coulee demonstrate the appearance slinmes ness. of drilling and the best method tor carrying on the work The whole matter of well water supplies for farmers in'southern Al- berta ran not. however, he considered as satisfaclorialy settled unless and until something is found out about supplies for the region? north and noulh of Ihe Lethbridce- Weyburn line. Ihitl lie closer to Leth- areas around Wilson Siding and on bridge than foremost. There are also the west side of the river ai Leth- bridge thai arc sol -ell supplied with waler. I am hopeful that the officers of the Geological Survey may be able lo do something in Ihe direction of examining these areas, and I, am sure they would be willing to plate the results of their prospecting work be- fore the Department, of Public Works of the Provincial government aud to colloborate "with them In a survey for well waters, in much the same psccl- lent manner that the officers of the Departments of Agriculture of the Dominion and Provincial' govern- ments do in their work of guiding the farming community. The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. Grain Insurance ME. FAKMEK PROTECT? YOUft YEAR'S WORK. We will insure your grain in stachi by the day. week or month, and .when sold the policies cancelled and a refund allowed.' Injure in an Agency "ttis't rwilrbe in business tc look after your interetts if a claim is made. Our Agency has carried on business for over 25 yeara snd Is permanent. ACADIA BUILDING LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1325 A WHEAT IMMUNE FROM RUST The enormous damage done 10 the spring wheat crop in Manitoba anil elsewhere has brought tu light one of the must sensational successes ot the experimental farms. To Prof. Bnley. lot the North Dakota Agricultural the cost transportnti receipt and return of each 'library The libraries are up of the bss popular books'" in English, for., .ncjulle. and children.'In fiction, history, .mnei biography, science and literature. Study libraries on special will be prepared upon request. Ihf libraries are shipped in stout hinsed cases and stre' aecoiiipaiiiefl by sup_ piles necessary for keeping records of the circulation. The travelling libraries are intondcil for farming communities aiu! small villages not enjoying public library privileges. the people at n sla lion have read a library, it is returned 10 Ihe Department where the hooks are checked up. records of their cir- culation taken, etc.. and then it is sent to another sialion. I Obtain a Library I To secure a travelling library for a small to support a'public library, ten responsible citizens should make ap- plications on the blank furnished by Ihe Department and srlec! a re-spons- ible person lo care for ihe library. How Used. The books ot the travelling library musi be loaned without charge to any person in Ihe community who will oh-; serve the rules made by the Depart- ment of Extension. Before n borrower is allowed to take his first book he must read the rules printed on the in- iex card of each hook and sign a reg- ister indicating his willingness 10 ob- serve those rules. Unless freight char- ges are otherwise provided for. small contributions may be -received from borrowers. Libraries milEt uci be kept longer than four months without Don't'SCOUR Your Teeth USE a tooth paste that clean's arid polishes in a natural Mennen's. Mcnncn's Is free from giit and all injurious substances. It thor- oughly cleans the teeth and re- moves stains antl tartar. And then there is the fresh cool after-taste that is t.o agreeable compared with the "druggy" sickiVy taste of so many dentifrices. Mermen's with its sip and tang is the man's favorite. Sold'by Dniiris'.s. If .unable -to obtaiu'itrtadily. ecnd lOc. and will send you a Demonstrator lube containing enough to you to eive Dentifrice tbwfouch trial. Write today. HAROLD F. LIMITED Dept. -.OL Toronto Ctaiditn Poet 317: Montntl 2 Knox Church Corner 4th and 8th Street S. Kcv. Cnpt. A. H. Denoon, ,apx. services oml 7' nbKeiiGCi of Mr. Lliyluu Mr. Vcniiig will preside, nl Hie oriain. The cliol'.monitors arc. ciuhuil I stlltie their uiliiil places for the lim Sunday. 10 'Cm Buys DepiirlmcMH. IS.'aci Big Sisters aud His Brotli- Oilier neuiwl'inonts of Sun- day Bdioul and Adult Bible Class. I p.m.: Class. W. I'ViBlirns, pastor during Hie vacancy will preach nt both servicus. SI. Andrew's Church Rev. .Wm. MoNicol. M- A., Regular Services morning -mid oven- ing. Junior Sunday School, p. ui. Senior Sunday School, ;tilf> p. m. Hardievillc Leslie Log'ue Boyd. 3.A., Minister. p.m.: Sabbath School. p.m.: rhiirch St. Cyprian's Church Cor. Htn Street and 8th Avc. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B A., Hector u. ill. Sununy School and Bible Classes. 3 p.m. i KVE.N'SON'O 7.30 p.m. i Holy and 3rd Sun- I days al. tlnd and 4th Sundays j al II a.m. Sundays at p.m. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Avc. and 12th Street C., N. K a.m.: Holy Communion. T.oO: KveninK Service. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a.m., remembering the Lord's Evening, Gos- pel meeting. 1U Sdimil. S p.m.. I'rayer ant; thu Word. p.m.. Special waiting Ciod for the of tho Holy (Sliusl. A I1KARTY WBU'OMI-: TO ALL METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobb'lcdick, Pastor Parsonage'320. nth', St. ;S. Phono 404 LATTEK DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Avc. and 12th St. S. I'aswr 'Will ''conduct norvlce 'at Sunday a.m. 11 a.m. anil 1" keeping with sacrament p.m. I j-ubnr tfuuduy Uio evening 1'ritnr.ry 3 p.m. will lie ''A message for the Times." j Belief p.m. The Bililo fidiooi and Adult j visitors Always Welcome will mt't't ;u P-iU- i Bishop Geo. W. Green, 10i6 2nd Ave. Music. "The Busby; South. Phone 1493 "O" Taste and special permission. Where Kept The travelling library must be kepi in Ihe most centrally located and most j producing ofter years or su.rty .e store. nr fn n private winch mst resisiani. i nnA should; if jmssible. be the Russian wheat fields south of i Kazan and on these be- lias' been j working for thirteen years. The wheat has been a success, but owiiig 'residence, and should; accessible coniiiiuallyi or -at frequent located hi the school house if any other place can be found, for the rea- son thai the school house is closed CHRISTADELPHIANS Westminster Church Rev. J, B. Francis. Pastor j Meet in the Moose Hall, Higtnbotham 10.00 a.m.: Children's Class 1 a 111 ('hi'dl'pn's Topic, ''A Riddle Mnral." flnrmoii. ''Necdsd to Block, Entrance 6th SI. and 2nd das, H.'inino mi-ii evenings and duriue vacation per jof the enormous damage the j 'S'must'bc jtlme In the country, and expresses ot and the chairman and secretary oi the j great Mailsfa.cUon over the present Frank L. Davies, Alberta niannger n- the Spencer Grain Comnany, is in the city ihis week looking over the crop situation wftli the loi-al rppre- sentatlves of his firm, .M. P. Johnston and Co. Mr. Davies is spending moat of his First Baptist jChurch Cor. 3rd Aye. and 9th St. S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The Kcv. XI, Bilker, of Torklon, will preach at both services. Sunday j school at azIo'olooki'Aliareheartily invited to attcnrt- districts which have had'the courage to grow this variety a position lo proud" others vuth eed of (school board-aud by the local teacher. If Further Information further .information is desired, conditions. He slates there is very small likelihood of any car shortage this year, and taking into considers further .normaton s esre, tms year, anu iah.jiiB imu e s the Department of tion the high price of wheat, it will Albma' ral OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Writs or phone at our exptntc if you have jrain to .handle. tin can assure you the best price the rparket will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T.! MACLEOD, MANAGER. Last Will and Testament The most important document a of large or small mo. ins must prepaie. 1 i u contusion, costs and in tbe administiatkrn of Ask for our booklet "A Talk About lour. British Canadian Trust PHONE 1843 5th STREET CONYBEARE LITHiRIOGE courage. Immune-from Fungus The wheat is by this time a cross between the original Russian wheat and durum wheat, possesses 'main of the of the latter Not onlj is it resist- ant w [he mat scab but it'is.also immune from other funsarial -andj fungus root blights. U held its.own! 'timing the "ad jear of 11041905 and j has been growing Jn favor in certain districts ever since and the-kernels .'this year are seemingly bursting with gluten. The chief objection to this variety of wheat is that the flour "is of too dark a color. The elevator men j bought it without disoriminatlba 'for a two, and then jjave if. up far more Quickly than ..the milling laste warranted.- It is heavy yield1 er under conditions and thrucs eapeciallv on the drier and lighter lands It has main I- 'garne plots Mr. Daviei; is touring the country south of Lethbridge. now. and exjiects to "return to Calgary the, first of the week. -'Crowns." Special to proclaim tho glad tidings of the i -'Crowns." Special KKV- c led bv tliejiniior choir. Kingtluin of (.ml. b "Have we Etern BAPTIST I All Seats Fr al Life Now. No Collection CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday' Eveni.ivj, Testimony moot- ing at S p.m.. HEADING ROOM OIJEN TO ALL. of the Recinn Collegiate Institute. BELIEVERS Burgman's "Hall, 418 13th St.' North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting! Praise .Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeling. Week S p.m.. Pub- Tinirsday, ,S p.m. Salvation .Meeting Citudei .band in atiendance.. Saturday, S free and oasj? meeting. CHRISTIANA Christian Bible followed fay munion. fl.SO: Christian Endeavor. Strangers CordiaUy Welcomeri Forty thousand lithographs of Sir, Sam Hughes are being run nit at- a Toronto lithographing establishment. They are fine liig Htlios too, alter .the style of those ihiit have ner's fuce' so familiar to all Cana- dians. INSURE THE CORRECT ADMINISTRATION OF YOUR WILL You know better than the Courts how your Eatate be divided, insure the correct division of your property by makinj your Will today, and appointing at y.our. Executor. We will carry out your wlshet with the utmott precision "at imail coat to the Estate. Consult us or send for our booklet on "Wills." The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY ALSERTA Public Administrator and Official AMijnee the ..Judicial Districts of LETHMIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Bank .of Cemrfieree W. MoNicol, Insp. Trpvers, Aug. is pro- t.peaing under most 'condi-( tions and the mcih part of; ting wll! be done this1 week; Wheat] is of a spienid quality and will very grades'No. I j we the i of last year. 140'present higli j if it continues, will bring'the been tried onNalnr equal to. if not: greaier. -than' which nere known to'thai of last year's crop..' ibe diseased and to those A sease The oat crop..5eeras short.again in 'germs were due many of its black! this section, although there are many po.ntb Proi Bolsy sajs r am hop iwho have them 'sowed' lale for green j inff this year to establish more clear-1 feed and the recent rains have been j ly Its real to milling ifme for this crop- as many farmers on different" land This locality has been surely favor-1 areas have promised to send in suffi- ed this season, as neither storms, hailj cient for larger tests. frost has damagerl anything1 for-us. its native region is drier, iiRhter laud, .The numerous large barns and fine and when it been "given a trial reqidencea going up on the farms i "o'aroimd here apeak well for the pros- jperity of this country. Otis Baughman and family have re- i turned from Iowa after -several years' absence and will move on .their farm again-north of Travers. Elmer Paulson who has been gofce for- years, lias Oh; they all !come back. There is no place like I Alberta. i Miss Hazel Greenman warf' home from-Carmangay for a few days last j week, returning with O. U Taylor and 'family, who visited at the (ireenman jranch on Sunday. Miss Bessie Molt who waa..jujiiceu, come time ago by a vicious cow. has 'returned from the hospital at Leth- I bridge hut is still in'a acrioiis condi- tion. I JIIss Keating from Ontario, has b'een engaged to teach the Grain Ridge school east. Of New threshing rigs are being ship- ped in here. Mr. Murphy just (unloaded at Travers and wo hear ,of .oral others. need them all., under these conditions 1 hope 1.0 see it lose mam of its black which are due to flis'ay onh Wten Salberg Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why ntt let ul hindli your wheat? You can m touch with at at all times which 11 impoilible when doinf but! nen with flrmt of mild away Pneel bidl willingly given ill Quick, efficient and careful vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Ltthbriilt. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager. PHONES 1510. Residence 572. DIES AT MOOSE JAW STATION i Moose Jaw. Sask.. Sept. 1. Mrs: i Sophia Stickermann of Hastings. unexpectedly here this morning at the C.P.R. depot shortly after her arrival on the train from the north. Deceased, who her daughter, was ter visiting her at Ltiseliuld. The 'body is being shipped to Hastings foi interment. sales of N'obtawen more than trebled threo months, Have "you tried oue may cae BACKACHE OE GENERAL Dr.Cassell'sTablets Proved Reniedy. Take them for all Kidney i Urinary Troubles. In these trying complaint, Di s Tablets are of restore pi to the kidneys by nourishing the nerves, uhich control kidney action, and thus to get rid of uric acid and other impurities winch are the t ithc ot Urinary Troubles, Dropsy, and Ur Clia.. Forihaw, D.Sc.. PCS eli ihe scientist vavs: I have istt d Dr i iblct antl can oinscientiously recommend them a in and effective remedy lor all form of nervf. ind weal, ness Mv knowledge of Tibld Ic id-. rni< to the opinion that the ingredients form markablj potent mcdiuw quite safe lor young and old in of probation debility, ancemia, loss of flesh, malnutrition rli Idren s weak ness, spinal and.nerve paralysis and rmny forms of slonuih and kidney troubles." Dr Casscll's Tablets raise the standard ot the entire system, and thus promote-kidncy health mil gLncril hcillh other means lail. Dr. Casell's Tablets arc NutntiM- Ri toratne Mlcntne arid Anti-Spasmodic, and of sreat The h m a. I derangements of the Nerve and 1 unctior tl Svslenl ill old or VOUIIK They are the rccognwd home n for Nervous Breakdown. Xcrvc and Spinal Pinh-i infantilt. I'arjhM Kickcts, St. Vitus1 Dance. A.ntmn Me plovi.s Kidiuy Dkcasc. Dyspepsia. Stomach f ittrrh Hrtnlig llcidichr nf. ,-._ r f. 1 nt -raipltanun. DUSIIIIS '1 r I IMesh antl Premature iHV ilmWc for Nursing Mothers and during the Cnllctl Fiiiod of lift FREE SmiE Druggists and Dcilier. it c .iubo.5p UK on 'propriefitra i f n Pr Cl c i anil address and ealt I f II r H f hilt'iie f- Co Lid 10 If. 7 mat irons sample will it mailed ff rhar.f ;