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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTKMBEH 9, 101ft -T-flK LICTHimiDGE DAILY ItCRALU PAGE'FIVE OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, Write or phone at our expcnae If you have grain, to handle. We can inure you the bott price the market wiU Hand and you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIOGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. INSURE THE CORRECT ADMINISTRATION OF YOUR WILL You know better than the Courts how your should be divided. Insure the correct division of your property by making your yWN today, and appointing us your Executor. We will carry out your wishes with the utmoat precision at cost to the Consult us or send for our booklet on "Wills." The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY ALpERTA Public Administrator and Official Alliance for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbrldge office, Bank of Commerce ,W. McNicol, Insp. V- The Threshers' Lien Act Now that- the threshing season is approaching'every owner or operator of u tin-calling oinlit Hho.ild read "The Tli realtors' Lien Ac-L" carefully. In the. piace It provides tUat ovory tlirctihcr, whether he-does csis- toni work or thresh OB his own crop only, niuHt.eaeh year hufurc lug operations, register his machine with the minister of agriculture, at a cost of and procure a certifi- cate of registration, which shall he (J. If hauls H away mid K tores It lie JMiiy soil it sit a Jiiir marlnH jiricu nfler the expiration of J5 days from the dale of detention, retain his account and the cliarpp fur liaulaKu and the owner any. 7. If lie leaves the premises at the-limc of detention l must rnmovc it within thirty days, even though the owner may consent to its remaining longer, as other creditors can seize it after tlic esjiir- stion 'of the time lixed by the Act for removal. 8. The thresher must sell re- tained grain within tiio :io days un- less the owner consents in writing to the same.being held unsold 1'or a longer period. Some or the kept posted oji a conspicuous place upon the machine or separator dur- ing the whole of the threshing season. From thu of the Act it would appear that if the certificate hap- pens to be removed or accidentally lost the owner would have to send and get another certificate. For fail- ure to register his machine the of- fender lusts his right to a lien 011 his account, and is liable to a penalty not! exceeding and coslB. Hiii. one may ask why a after, .days i'rom date." thresher thould pay to register Thls js sinned by the A WONDERFUL ENGLISH FARM The 1'anil of :Mr. of Lambert Hall, Spalding. lOngliiml. eoiwiHts of acres. All tliu fields on this farm (they range in dimension from 111) acres down to not iess than thirty-five) are connect- ed with the len or twelve miles of light horse railway which threadt) UK; tract and by means of which one horse can draw twenty tons of pota- toes on a winter's day with greater ease than three Shire horses could pull ono ton in the old days. By meaiis of this railway, the proilucn is taken to a specially tronatnieted dock where it can be rapidly lipped on to six-ton motor lorries, which whip it off to the steam railway some five or six miles away; or else tho produce Is takfjii to a wharf on tho Hiver We! "that the above mentioned than the wind and tide is renuired to be held by the Threshum' fake the barges, but when it is, one I horse can take two fully-laden barges, containing together 200 ions of pota- toes or the equivalent, with ease. Two other instances of many which 1 j Lien until paynieni ol this account in full, with interest at .per cent. The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891. Grain Insurance MR. FARMER PROTECT YOUR YEAR'S WORK. We will inoure your grain in stacks or buildings, by the day, week or month, and when sold the policies can be cancelled and a refund allowed. Insure In an Agency that will.'be in business to look after your Interests if a claim is made. Our.Agency has carried on business for over 25 years and is permanent., ACADIA BUILDING ALTA. PHONE 1325 tho outside world; and especially cle- noxiouK weed seeds, oilier i c'ate'. lollowclj signrd 'cottages for the accommoda- S' JX M T i "XSVaS U- .r at certain i and shall card containiii pay on his machine a jd Threshers' Men Act lintil UlR arc erected. r-- ------.....'S clauses ol Uie of this account in full" This The inundation of the Dutch omon- Producing area some month, ago, and VeedJ Act the thJealaO, is l.aMe to by the thresher. The the price which the vegetable has com- 1 -i Hi of not le% tlnn no nor more taktaS iiml 8ivinS- ol" mandfid since the last crop, suggested am! F lr will'Is Ilot {l compliance with the provis-jthe idea of starting onion-growing on iMJM diUon to Ihis, threshers who comply reten ,on of gram with The Thi-eshers- Ueo Act aro j probien, Most of the available men L "L Urom the hulk, threshed. had enlisted (a dozen of Air. Cauld- DOMINION WARJLQAN 'Forecast under date, February 17th, 1908, will at least prove inasmuch as the measure was voted down by the entire govern- ment and supported by the. Liberals and Socialist members mnvrd sor onded by Mr Mclnnls >Vheieas thhj legislature enacted in 18% 'An act to! amend, 'the" Coal Mines Regulation Act" providing-that'no person should oe employfil underground in. aiiy.coftl ml UP for a longei perioJ than eight hours from "bank-to en (ramie lo mineU and, iVhciciis this icgfelature fuiihfe. en acted ill 1M3-4 "An act io further i amend -the Coal Mines Regulation which provides "Coal Miner shall mean a person employed under ground in any coal mine to cut, shear break or loosen coal from the solid, whether by hand or machinery, and, after the coming into force of this act, possessed of a certificate of compe- tency, as and. further. III. "No certificate of competency shall bo granted to any coal miner who does not satisfy the majority of the Board of Examiners tljai. he. is conversant with language, and with the provisions of the acts re- lating to coal mining and ruleb and regulations made, thereunder, to ren- der his safe, and algo that he has been employed in a coal mine for at least twelve mouths previous to the date of his application for such certificate and .has sufficie-n. knowledge of methods of coai mining to render him competent to perform tfie duties appertaining to his employ- and, 'Whereas, it is known that 3i (I Ott'C7' for the "Dice. underground) ..workers in coal' mines are not observed in the coal mines of more es- pecially tha by the Union Colliery company; and, Whereas it known that .1 horde of ire cm ployed umlci ground Iu the mi neb at Cublbcriand, 'Therefore; be'-it the government take" prompt measures to enquire into the foiegcmg matters and enforce the.laws in question. Negative following division; King, Naden. Hall, Eagleson Jones OIKei Mio donald, Henderson, Jardine, Williams, HawUtorntliwaite, Xavs Tatlow, .McBride, BowsDr, 'ElHspnv McPhillips, Thomson, Hunter Fulto oung TBVT lor Garden Gifford Grant, Behnsen Ha-vwaid McGuire, McKUj Pargon, Davev and Schofield; Mun- ro and As.'will be noticed from the above the biirwas voted down by the-entire government Had this measure be luiiie R Mo reason wh> it should not the terrible catastrophe at Cumberland mines would have been, averted pr King wan greeted, with cheers at the cdnc.uaipn of his speech. C R Waid campaign manager for j Dr .King, closed me moeims spoke foi onlv a few minutes a king the Liberals lo throw oft their coats from now until the close of the cam- nlgu 'The .sales'of.Noblemen Cigars have1 more" than tiobled. during the. past UireiT months: Have you tried I Utlj PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Key. Capt. A. H. Dcnoon. Pastor BuniB, pastor during Um vacancy will preach both nervlcos. [tegular KBrvices at 11' a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Kull choir at both Btsrvices. 10 a.m.: Uoys Department. 12.30 a.m.: Big Sisters and Uls Broth- ers. a 00 p.m.: Other of Sun- day School and Adult Bible Class. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNichol. M.A., Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Services at Ji a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Junior-Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.15 p.m. Trinity Ciuu'ch, Hardieville Leslie LoflL-e B-A.r Minister. J.80 p.m.: 7.'iO p.m.: 2.80 p.m.: Sabbath School. Church Service. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m: "The Message of the Cross." ".p.m.: Bible School and Adult Classes 7.30 p.m.: "Life's Second Chance." The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be dinriensed after both morning and evening service. Ahisie by the choir: Morning, "Blessed bo the man that frusteth iu Goss; Evening, ''I Long for the Promised Solo: "The King of .Mr. H. Whiddington. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. Southr Rev. Canon W. V. McMJIIen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. 3 p.m. WVKNSONG p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days ut S.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 p..m. Sundays at 4 p.m. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptiit Church a.m., remembering tho Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. 10 School. p.m., I'rayer and tha Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL. LATTER DAY SAINTS Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor lOa .ii.r CJhil Irt-n's Meeting. 11 Children's Topic, "Fast btioiigh or E i in Enaugr." Sunnou- "i_ove." A miMPijuiiry address. "The World's. Greatest Service in keeping wiili the death of Wm King, th.i IjrsL casualty on the Honor Roll nf Church. Pte. Wni. atott and Miss Gladys Hall will render solos. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking ol Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praiae .Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel baud in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy mec-ting. Chiirch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. Q. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Biinop Geo, W- Green, 10i6 2nd South. Phore 1493 CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlginbothim Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Glats. 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of tha Kingdom of God. or Unity? The Elbls Conception of Deity, Do You Know All Seats Rrte. No Collection BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor, 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 11 a.m.: An important business meet- ing of all members. VI noon: Sunday School. CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30: Bible School, followed by com- G.30: Christian Endeavor. Strangers Cordially Welcomed CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL. VANCOUVER CAPTAIN IS REPORTED KILLED London. Sept. tain Mallalue, King's- Royal Rifles, who is posted killed, belonged to the Irish Fusiliers ot Canada (Vancou- He was wounded last Septem- ber, and was mentioned in New Year dispatches. Lieut. R. G. 11. Blliott, Shrop- shires, also posted killed, came '.over with a Canadian linit and 'secured his commission in May. Lieut. Victor Boyd Carpenter, En- gineers, killed, was the youngest.sou of the former bishop of R.ipon. lie had spent several years in Canada. SHUTS His MOUTH Amsterdam, via London, Sept. 6 The Tages Zeltung, of Berlin says its naval expert, Count Ernest von Rev- cntlow, has been forbidden to publish anything of auy kind for the duration of tha war withoiit-'.sllbniitting if. to the censor and without being provided with an imprimatur The newspaper adds that this is equivalent to silencing Count von Reventlow, .who, under such condi tions. would) have to expiess not his own opinion, but that of the censor. HID DIAMONDS IN A GREAT POT OF SOUP London; Sept lias crowned the efforts of the British censorship officials to apprehend cer- tain "diamond runners" believed ;to have been attempting secretly to con- duct a German trade. A very val- liahle consignment of these diamonds has been found in a large pot of soup in the galley of a transatlantic liner. "Tins shows you to what lengths these diamond runners go to conduct their said the informant. "it was 'certainly one of the rich- est howls of soup ever concocted." GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets, You are invited to use of tfits service. Ash: for bids on your cartots of grain. Private to New Chi- cago. Minneapolis; Winnipeg Baird Un.on Sank ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Grain Handled in Auy Position We aie in close comiectioji with ex- poit trade -s and "by dealing Avith us you several middle- men's Grain "Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK Salberg Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not let ui hindli your whent? Yeu can m touch with it all tlmei which is impoMible when ilaiiig bull- new with firmi hundnda of mllea away. Priua. and blda willingly (Ivan at all tlmaa. Quick,