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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WHDNE^IiAY, APniL 10.191R rm T.KTimninr.r, ir\ii.Y wrr.M^ v\r,r. SKVEN DISTRICT NEWS Champion. April 9 -Th*- fhnnipiii (liMtrii'.t cortTt an araa or 3!*: xqimri' tnll�!i nr 18U.MIU �vTe� of tlf flix'Kl wh�at land in nouthfiii Alberta. About 80 par cent of this lanil I�.unc1�r ' iiltlratlon- thin IncluU^m an Inrrpane (if r..900 orre* �'' per ii'iil. \n al-iimlv upriled. ThlH wiik will find all thtiirnH to l,i'thl>i IcIk"- to litilHli the Hi'5��lon at Hchool. .Mr. Frank K�>ll('y spent ih^- wct-k in l.fthhrUlKe. Present Play. ArranRonii'ntH for the prKnriUalion of tbi' 'Rloppmcti; of n an- ikiii pl(>t>>(l, mill ll i% to 1)1' hopitil that the t'fforts of tiM' as we ffi'l siUf lilat lllf (lihlr;,-t will i isc- lo III'' (uca Fion MO that a pa'isiaiitial �-iini may biii Is a (rood one. 'i lu' m cit is more iir-Kfnt no� tliaii �'vei- Wuirb tlii' lianil bills for Uill partir iilarii. liuprovt'iueiui' nvi- hi ill hiiiiiK nunlf In lllf cliiirch. TliP phitforiii )ia� been lOv.M'nl will u liciutiful laipet, also U was a luuly kooiI ultPtidancc Itl the cluircU siMVicu yesterday. With of ilip wpok SoniP have started e�d- Ing. Sum� feared that It would nut be podnlblo to (tut ihf needed help, but your rorrfupondeni baH litpn In-forniPd that thw� l( no srarclly omittpd to Rlvn any partlrulars of tbP danee hnld ri-iPnlly. Rut th;"y airn a� fpllown A reMtr� pl�ci> wbh I day In food production The Soldiers of the Soil NOTICE TO BOYS. Tlip Canadian Food Hoard have out lined to UB thn urgent need of uri ai ll* produptinn tl;ls year ll has leih-llHhod tbp KtatPtnpiii thai (lerniany'"^ ' hope for victory Ik In th" slan ulion i of tiritain tbrouKb ibe xiihinunne I ('anarl-ij: mmn will have illpd in vain If h!."ni{er ion)i)pl� the inuiliPi- lands! mirrpndpr I'poppi htp starvinn to day In Itplfluni, in Hervia. In Iviland, \ In ATniPUia. In many quaiters of ilie ', Klobe Fain n�^ romlii.ons are iiemiii iUK niorc" wfdP:�Iii"'ad pvpiy day I'lie Kid by Mrs Sheiinan IHT Tbp amount was r�-ppivpd in tliii fallowltic way: $4 >''>'* wag collected by niuan* of a KUtHHinK keen, and event iially It fell to ,\lr. ShPrinan again for .'.'i 'liie sum of Ml'i was for warded lo th" lied Cross BoclPty at LeiiilirhiKe. PAIRIOIIC ACTION OFCLEVERCOUIIS ISI Hoys from fiffpen to niiietopn wins Mn fact boys ax younft a� tlilrlei'ti will not be refii�c ) � � 111* as and furrows are needeii inure than I ^ tones in the world just now. |* Ol in recognition of sprvlce done for the Kinplre. The land is waiting-the piouKh is I rnady. Will you make the plough ' mightier than the sword? Will you I help the acres to save the flag? I If you are Impressed with the aer-I iou.sness of the food .situation enlist I at once, (let application forms from I vour Sunday school .siipcrinle.ndenl. I Y.M.C.A. secretary, public or high ! sclu)(d teacher or from C ll. .Mc-' Kinnon, S.O S. Zone Superiulendent. i4t.'i :!rd .We S.. Lethbrldge Notice to Engine Owners! THE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd Will be pleased fo quote prices on the best grades ol GASOLINE COAL OIL, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE. S. 52 STATIONS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA AT COALDALE NOTICE TO FARMERS. Twenty-five thousand older boyF, Jan HussPlI Is the son of Mr. audi* �Mrs C A. HuBsell of Coutls. Alta. o many chik in the district it should (, ,i,ij;i,i,(,s and friends this child be an ca.^y matter to net there. It is ^^^^ 1,.,,, .onsldered a prodigy for a linpos-'th!.' lo hive a diKcsl of tin- wer i,|,i,iber of ypftrs, but It conies as a nion, is the eiiil of the at;e "ear?" ^,,rj,.|,e to " his parenti and friends I'nfuUilled p.cdiiiion.-i stand out like ; ,, age of super-talent to hear tills gaunt neks in llie ocean, ami stiould ' .^,.,,1 f,.,,j Western t:anada probe a wartiitiK to poopio it> leave the | n,,,,.,,d , genius by the musical cri-atihject alone. iil,s of Minneapolis, who In a years Farmer* Bu�y. � run hear the best talent the world Tlip cold snap of the past week pre-: boasts. For this boy a great future vented many farmers doing much on the land. Hut tbtty did not waste any time. If the warm weather continues work will be in full swhiK by the end ' G.H. Legler AUCTIONEER NANTON, ALBERTA Uook vour sales with W. H. PAW80N. 11 Staffonl Block Lethbridge. Alberta   REPAIRS NO AUTO EMBARGO AS VET Ottawa. April '.i. - Large numbers of telegrams have been received here asking If the government has placed an era-bargo on American automobilea to take effect on April l.'i. No fluch action, it Is stated aulbor-lallvcly has been taken by the cabinet. The whole matter of restriction of imports la Mtill under conslderalion. t AUTOMOBILE ENGINE .... MACHINERY McLAUGHUN AND CHEVROLET CARS FAIRBANKS-MORSE LINES BLACKSMITHING THE PIONEER MOTOR MACHINE CO. the pioneer motor machine co. REPAIRS Wor automobiles, cn0inc8, machinery. BLACKSMITHING Mclaughlin and Chevrolet cars fairbanks-morse lines AT COALDALE HAVINO PURCHASED ALL THE ELDRIDQE RANCH co. HOMM we HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All broke. That can be oe�n at. �ONNCLL'8 BARN, LCTH-RI0Q6. We also have 4U head ot good range mares. Moat all In foal but not all broken that rtan be sold at the right price. Also 25 Good Yearlings All halter broke and have been stabled all winter and are in extra good condition. Would like to sell before they have to be turned out. BoBBtU k Luckoy Llv#ry and F��d �arn Lathbrldga is predicted May those prophesies come true, fur thn boy'a sake, and lor his country's sake. VULCAN (From tbe Advocate.) .An Hncampment of t!Ic I. O. O. F. Lodge was Instituted here on (Jood Friday evening. The new encampment will be known as Vulcan Rncamp-iiient .No. It. The following chief officers were elected and installed; K. M. Clark, C.F' , A. O. Rrown, H.P.; Will, .\rmstrung, S.W. Following the lodge proceedings the mombers of the Kebekah lodge served an admirable banquet. Another of the first nettlers passed away on Saturday at midnight of March ;tO at the homo of her aon. (irant. Mrs. .Murphy came to Vulcan from North Dakota, but she was a native of yuebec. She waa 83 years of ago, and leaves to mourn her loss two sons. Grant and William. Services were conducted on Tuesday at the Vulcan churoh, the R�v. A. R. Srhrag officiating. In regard to fire protection. Councillor Uutchart produced the following reitolutlon at the council meeting: Whereaa the Village ot Vulcan is inadequately supplied with fire protection. Ba It resolved by the council of thn village of Vulcan, that a pa-titiou be circulated In the village �u-Itborlslng the council, on behalf of the village, to borrow by way of debenture, the iaum of |io,000 to be expended aa'follows: Steel stand pipe,  apai^lty JO.OOO gatlona, head 40 feet, 10 be erected on Iota 31 and 31', block 11. approximate price 13,500.00; drilling supply well, 11,000; 4 h.p. engine, $450.U0; 1,300 feet of 4-lnch main. 11,500; 1,000 feet fire hoae, 91,000; labor, }:',04)0; hytfranU, 1600. st. kildA news (From Our Own Can'Moondflni.) St. Kilda, April 9,-rarmers of this ilUtrlct are rejiDloing over about eight Inches of snow tall. Bverybody was op the field before the atom and It is expected there will be a big acreage this year and everybody i� in hopes for a bumper crop In 1�18. The grand baaket aooial given on March 'i'iuA in tayor ot the Bed Oqss proved a suoctfia ill evvif way and there waa somewhere in tba amount of 1200.00 taken In from tke baskets. Music was furnished by the McDonald orchestra, which provoil to be the best that could be had. We hope this money will prove to be oC some |ood and also with (he aootety lots of auc-cnsB. Mr. D. Leinraon ot the O. T. P, Del. Co. bus gone tg Winnipeg for a week or ten days on buslneai. J. McTaggurl was a business visitor in thn City of l.ethbrldge a tew dayti lust week. ItobI Fairbanks has returned to Ihta filial (It Ht. Kitda. nhera he in-i tends stuylnK for the eummej'. I Mr. Keeiie Uavies ha* returned from ; (ireut Fulls, Mont,, where he has beeu spending the winter. Mr. Pavtes Is ii well known rancher of Weat Ruite ami it Is (xriected he Will do sumu , stuik ruisliig IhlM eiN^tnf. by^Ford One-ToniTruck THE commercial car is looked upon today as a necessity by progressive business Urnm who have hauling and delivering problems to consider. Wholesale or retail merchants who must deliver quantities of merchandise have found the horse-drawn delivery to be too slow, expensive, and entirely inadequate.  The Pord truck, with a sinRle driver, v/ill do more work and cover more ipound than two t(;ams and two drivors. for it travels in half the time. This truck will reduce your hauliner costs. Ifc eliminates one driver's salary and the care which hor.^^ea alwaya require. It will make your delivery service more efficii^nt. It win widen your arta of distribution. It will bo constantly ready for work-day or night. It will show a p-rofit on your investment. There has been a popular demand for a Ford truck ^ as is shown by the many usee, lor commercial purposes, to which our standarcf chassis has been put. Now, after most careful deaign-ing and exactins; tests, we are able to oiler the Ford Onei;r cent, off fur caab