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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER "27, 1915 Deralfc Hlberta DAILY AND .WEEKLY. Subscription Ratos: ifiaily, delivered, per year..... waily, by mail, per year...... 8.00 'Weekly, by per. year..... 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office 1252 Editorial Office 1224 JTho only uses to which that "secuMno olngle complaint vaa sonor- ity" should put arc as collateral nl ihau thin, nor (ltd -any act of omis- W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Your King and Country Need You Right Now GROUND THE CIRCLE MpF THE WAR Bulgaria persistently denies that to strengthen -your credit vHh and to prevent a loss in the 'sold of your debtor-partner beius by the sheriff. Even with a'good crop tbis fall very tew of the men who were "carried over" last fall will have enough to pay att their due debts this year." The same sense of induced you to carry them last year demands that you treat ihetu with correspond- ing consideration this year. The fact that a farmer has a crop which will pay your claim in full doee not justify you or any other creditor demanding full payment if, by getting it, you de- prive some other creditor of a share which he is entitled, or jeoparidze the interests of your partner on the nd with his loan company. Your active partner on the land is still struggling with the handicap of "lean rthe mobilization aud arming ot her means war agaiust her neigh- j but neither the Entente Allies bior the neighbors are taking any ihances on this statement. ion of Bulgaria's declaration of war gains t Servia has led the A filed na- j'Hions to prepare for eventualities in final direction, arid it is said they- are cfeady to strike a quick blow when the e comes. Greece "has already anany thoifsancs under anns, and Ru- is in similar "position. They not going to be caught napping by The position of the Russians on the end of their Una has contider- I'telriy improved as a result of three dli- jrtinct victories along the 'front from fVilna down into Galicia. These vic- tories were substantial, prisoners and being captured to a. considerable In the north von Hinden- nwirg's advance continues, now threat- jfening Dvinsk. The heavy pounding of the Ger- lines in Trance, by the big guns hrf the Allies continues, presaging is confidently believed will be a offensive move. j has again been bombard-j ted by British sbips. A Saturday dts ijj3atch gives the statement that a to [tal of 3S Zeppelins have been destroy by the All let. years." Your duty ft.'.a tetertst 22 partner demands reasonable and con- siderate treatment this fall." Then there are c. few words with debtors: "There is a 'best' way for debtors to conduct their business so as to re- sion result so often in legal expenses being heaped upon debtors. It IB re- grettable Hint this should be thn case with men who can least afford It. "Other men got into trouble because- they indulged In writing what it was not -tn tlieir interest to write. There are uo doubt creditors whose treatment of those Indebted to them leaves much to be desired, just as there are customers whose treatment of creditors is far from ideal. But when a man is unfortunate, aud needs the assistance co-operatton of his creditor-partners, he is less likely to Ket it it ho indulge ia calling them such names as and others as un- complimentary. If one wish to en- gage in, Jlils pastime, it would be wise to wait until all his cotes ure paid. Molasses wiW catch more flies than FRUIUHPHT f HOW DEBTORS AND -'CREDITORS MAY CO-OPERATE 'How can a debtor make satisfact arrangements with his creditor when the money be has 10 dlstrfimti is less than the amount he ie expect ed to Slany farmers and othe debtors were unfortunate 1; ;rea_r_TnIl seek an answer to this or a similar question this year. The Sas katcbewan department of Agriculture 'has issued a very valuable pamphle Sinn the subject. Every man who gives credit to an Wither, whether it be in the form of a machine, lumber, horses Vcasb, houses, groceries, land, seed or.other commodities becomes such transactions and" to the peitent of the credit, a partner with [the debtor 4nd he partnership- im Eposes responsibilities on each' party implies co-operation for the pur fjioae of earning enough to enable the P'active" partner (the to buy wiut in time the interest.of the "silent' (partner fthe Creditors e for been forming such with farmers in Western WCanada, and It is perhaps not surprls- png that some of the partners oh both rBtdes should have misunderstood tneir {relations, or have failed to discharge 'the partnership obligations. Whan jfthe situation Is understood clearly and ft he responsibilities are faced fairly, jthe results of the partnership wfll he satisfactory to all concerned. In a-plain talk to creditors the cir- sajs 'Last year when a crop failure in ipome districts -was inevitable, manj Mcreditor partners as well as many {debtor partners, faced a serloui iitu but bi concerted action the dil plculties and dangers reduced t City Seattle Atlanta Houston London Hamburg______Sydney ship v up hi in Lam bton and moved to Mani- toba, where he was orje of the found- ers of the Manitoba medical college, j in which institution he held a chair j for some years, lie was Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS .WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Floor, Hull Block. councillor and member oi the' board oi studies of Manitoba univer- sity and assistant surgeon of the 90th Regiment. With great foresight lie established' the now famous Brett sanitarium in the healthy altitudes o7 Banff in .1886. He was president of the coun- cil of physicians and surgeons of the northwest territories and is now a member of the medical council in Al- berta. Dr. Brett sat in the northwest ter-( ritorics advisory council from 1889 f to 1892, and was in the assembly up to 1900. He was president of the ex- ecutive council for two prac-; tically premier and was later leader oi' the -opposition: -He is today a sen- ator of the University of Atber.ta.- Always an active party man, Dr. Brett was in 1909 elected president of the Alberta Conservative associa- tion. GRAIN COMMISSION Before .selling or shipping your grain.this season. write, wire or telephone Wm. J Bettingen Company 512 Grain Exchange Calgary, A Well Established .and Reliable Firm. Reference's: Any Bank. Liberal Reiurni. New York; Sept. 23. The Rev. Newell Dwight H.illis, successor to Henry Ward lieecher and Lyman Ab- hott in the pastorate oi Plymouth church, Brooklyn, an author whose liooks on religious subjects have hart extraordinary sales, anil Chautauqua orator whose fame is second only u> that ot Bryan, in his pulpit told his congregation that his ambitions for wealth and power had crushed his. Jife, brought him to the blink of poverty, and humbled him so 'that hej was not to unloose the shoe latchets of a poor worker of- the slums. A solemn hush fel! upon the oil! church. The soloist had just finished iths sobering song of "One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Tho audience for weeks had been reading in the papers of the financial troubles of their pastor. Serious in- nuendos concerning him had reached their cars. They knew that the day before he had been served with a libel filed by his nephew. Then pastor for sixteen years, his lace white and drawn with the agony of an inner struggle his deep, powerful voice shaken v.-ith emotions whose violence be could not conceal, humbled himself abjectly before them and threw upon fheir mercy. Hillls confessed that his ambi- tions hail wrought his ruin. Whether he would remain at Plymouth church or any practical .change, in his pastorate coulr> not learned. Licensed r FARMERS! DO YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS IN SHIPPING YOUR GRAINf If not, why not take advantage of our years of eiperience get the Highest Grade and Price. Write, telephone or -wire us for prices and information. John Billings Co., Ltd. Head Office, Alberta 5th St. Lethbrldge, Members Winnipeg and Calgary Grain Exchanges. PROMPT RETURNS. LIBERAL Threshing Outfits Separators, Steam and Gas Tractors Also Cdmbinaiion Threshing Outfits Mounted on One Truck or Mounted Separately Phone 1173 The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Ltd. E. A. SHARMAN, MANAGER. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA. Farmers, Protect Your Wheat! Fire Insurance on Grain In Store Houses and Bins The Letkbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. G. A. Mar. L.thfcrliNn, Albert.. ;