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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 13. 191ft ..VIE LF'THBninr.K n.MI.Y TJKnALn SPECIAL APPEAL ATBOWISLAND Dlitrlct To B� CanvBMcd Thor-Mgkljr*-An Aato Aect-dmt . now UUnd. April i:.-An the local branch of the Red ('roni soeletr >� coiitrantMl wtth the neeMsltjr of mu IDK (uads in order to �uceeMfuliy carry on tiMir work, it haa been deemed ndrlaable by the membera to ayaUm tically canvaaa the town and mnnlcl-piOlty of Bow lalaad for Indlridual monthly atAacrlptloni. Her�tofore the work of the taeal branch bar bam tnaitttalaed money raUed by m-tnrtalnment*, auetloni, ratflaa and by contrtbutloaa donated. While effort* thui directed to Increase our fundi hare had very gratirylni reaultR. ttuch ineanR have Wtallad conalderRhln !�-hnr for the workerH who arn of tlie opinion that aotteitatlon amonx the re-Nldenta of this dliirlet would ellmln Htfl mueh worry and at thr namn timn appreciably acceleram fmniH. Th� actlTltlaa of the Red Cronn nocioty appeal to everyone'* lynipathy, and with an Increaiieii conviction that Iti pow era art indlapenaable we feel conft dent tlMt the people of thla vicinity irlll give generously and eloquently durtni the campaign. Mr. Homer King, whone garaRe at I�mond was recently dcHtroyed by fire, raaehefl here on Friday and is at present the guont of his parontH. Mr. and Mrs. B. King. Mr. Augnat Plamine has romplototl the ereotlon of a iargu bam to replace the one recently destroyed by fira. Mr. Steve Halpin visited his pbr-enta hare on Friday enroute to 8ov�n Persona where he has been appointed C.P.R. agent. A Concert. Thoae present at the concert given under the auspices o( the Red Croes society in tha I.O.O.F. hall on Monday evanlag by the noted Daniah violinist, Skovgaard, and his troupe, thoroughly enjoyad the arUstlc and delightful programma nndeaad. The large and rapraaanUtlTa audience was very en-thnslaatle Ud accorded the talented arttota a tmly inspiring welcome. Axel SkoTgaard proved himself an artlat distinctly interesting and of marked tadtrMuality. HIa tnterpreU-tiOBS wer� characterised by originality, aa was Atidence by his playing of ihoga BvmbeM with which the general pablic haa become familiarised. Artlata Btephali ana m-Mullen aang delightfully. Their voices were lovely in quality, ^Tith a perfection of tecbniqne, a brilliancy of vocalization, Intalllgonce of Interpretation, and with a aympathettc timbre which ren-tfarad their atnging cultivating. Mr. Cullen haa returned home after vm CaaaMvlaitrng relatives. Veteran 8haw, who has been In this vicinity vlaiting friends and looking after property interests, left on Friday for Roglna. The aympathy of a large circle of frienda goea out to Mr. P. M. Wlltse of Foramoat on the loss of his devoted wife who died in the city o( Lethbrtdga on Sunday. Miss Maggie Murray, who haa been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Murray, has returned to her home at the Uar V Ranch. Mr. Hal Wares is making extensive additions to his residence on the l.�kevlew Farm. Auto Aecldanti A very regrettable accident occurred on Monday morning when a car driven by a son of .Mr. K. Itrown of Kurdett overturned, i^lnnlng tho cccu-pant beneath it. The boy, who was aeriously hurt, bearing bnitses all over, waa rushed to the Medicine Hat hospital where he is receiving medical attention. Mr. Fred Bnlth of Kethbridge spent the waak-aad wtth hia mother, Mrs. Bmith. Herbert street. Vauna Ttppett left on Friday for Wina^paOB look after Ma property in Tha Miaaes Watson of Medicine Hat were the Baater gueats of Mrs. A. Maek, Olqnlst street. The Ladlea' Aid of the United church wUI meet at the home of Mrs. A. r. Werta. Olqntat atreet on Thursday attaraoon (ApHl IStb.) Aa tha annual aleetloa of otHcara takes place  fall attendance ia requested. WORK DONE BY In r. M. Johnson's bam the sum nf %lH.-d> was realised. The Red Cross aokaowledges with thanks the donations of |lt from Mr. John Jamea and flO from Mr. (ieo. Fear. Mr. Pear la a returned soldier. Tho following is the work don by Commerco aad dietrtek Red CroHs ho ctety durlaf tha aaath of March: Mrs. Seott-1� Madera, li) pillow �Hps, 4 pyjaaaa, 10 T bandages. Mrs. H, Dnnalng-I shirt*. M A dressings, a nurses' aprons, 4 slings, !l pillow slips. Mrs. Hnrpei^l many utied bandag��, 1 A dressing. I binders. Mrs. ,r. Welgand-10 binder*, 10 A dressings, 2 aprons, 3 towel*. Mrs. Purdy -3 shirts, 16 slings, 3 aprons. 1 many Ulled bandage, � pyjamas, � A dress-ings. Mrs. Olasgow-3 pyjamas. 1 many tailed bandages, 2 palrn Mirku Mrs. Manning--20 towels, 8 wriDRtMH, 10 pttlow slips. Mrs. Benson-2 many tailed bandages, 20 binders, :tii towels, 20 T bandages, 2 pyjamaH. Mra. Mctlray-1 shirt. 10 n�niK^. 10 P.P. bags. Mrs. Raid-13 T bandiiRPs, I Hliin, 111 A ilr".-'> siirgicnl slInK^, 2 i)y.1nm;is (!rfir;;lnn MlllUan - lo T l>;uir|iiK�, M pllldw Hiips, prs. so:kH. Mrs..i. ItoliiTtsKii 1 shirts I many tiilliil hnmliiK''. I' P. bHKS. Mrs. lloKi'n. .ion's- I iiiaiy tsllnd hamlsKo. stlulicl. IDo tapns. l"()Mrtp"nci1 (in Monday sfter till) K;ist�>r linliiliyj (From Our Ova Corraanoadsat) Commerce, April 11.-Seeding Is geaeral throughout the district at the preaent time. Although the greater part of the work thus far baa been confined to the preparation of the gronad. The weather conditiona are qa the whole favorable, although the heavy Obiaook winda are rapidly drying the aolature out of the grouad. Rala la aot aertoualy needed, but It would beaefit the breaking to a cop-slderable exUnt. It is expected that haother week or tea daya will aee the aiajorlty of the seedlag doae. Mr, A. B. Mttlrhead haa completed fsrminc operatloaa, having already Beaded Ms quarter sentlop. Wadaeaday waa "oleaa-ap" day for the TlHaM of Commerce. Mlaa Oeoivlna MUllgaa has gone to l^ardett.' where she baa ai�apted a poMtf� ta the stofa. , KB. a B. UoKlaaQa lal bathMiga tMde a haslness Ulp t� GoatiMwaa re-Neatly. Miss Martol Syaabaagh haa rstata- ato OMBBNnie after Tisltlag her tglr ta Watroas, Baak. Rad em* Nal**. , M a rfoaat IM Cros* daae* h*ld SEEDINfieERAL I'll A lot of till' fMniiriH III r,:i:i' has yet been IikM op tnv wum: help. It Is thoiiKhr ih.it iliTi.Knn I oqiinl the demand. �^PMiiiiiK (Is j The I4idlm' Aid of nic . imiv ii ..-now Rnneral riKliI tliinii^-h ih. ilinirlri urrnnglnK ftir a oi umk '�� and tho ore* put iniM -r.ii- prdinisfK IniM on Friday, . i he 'V'.i' !� to be nearly as '�"i'' ln^t year I will he huld In 'lu' jti>--:i'.n:i \ (111 Slllii'.....i (; ' hi' rliM I - iir Own f. ' i Nobleford, April U :,.'T-. li.i'i '" : 1'nijimc. . liii; �'ill lo:i�inr i h" l.ii'li '( lllD'lll III III'' 'lli''-l 111' ill'' I, I 111' nil 111"  i.r 111.- iif.i (� 'II ilirr.' '� lllirrl � in III.' i: lil'fi'-iil 1 :iri' iii'ii r-. . "I III !  \\ i iinc,.i(t;(y 11 111 111 i llP I inn r I . ' lii'inn i^iil- MdwliiK cirric In Ihi! I 1(111. II " 'M .iiiil (III! a I' 'II' 1.' The sefd ht'd Is In n lion and so far tli'i-turr In the grouii'l i a good start TIkt. lierc yesterday ov.i the formsldehyiln li n with, and that In n Kermlnatton wan ;ii- v.'lv i;,K>.| rn-iiil ^ the IsdU'l have t).."l| w .1 In," ' 1. i'lioimli iKiU- ,1 i;nnil '1,1 ' i'l iiiK ili'M I iiy I uany oiu to both fvcn;- !:-| . ' .1 li. 11 i 1 ' ,1'- Mil 1.1 r\ III.' V \I !� \ \\r.|ll".-i|-,' V i i i VI ... 1 ,1 Ml' " n ;' M 1 � \ i 111' � ' 1 1 .� " .1 I.'�'rii'ii"", v.'iio I. � '� '. '1;, ' 1!; ^1;-; �! r'li- : '. ; vn . 1 r ;i,i r' lilrll; of 1 i'ii'.il i . ill 111 r*- nil I ll 111)111! I!.' iiiici Iit|:i ill-: i.r ImimI iri'ii ' iliiit; I :! '.. i,r;, -if 111-- V I f\;nM r.'�! I'm: :i ' ' � - ' ', "'I ' > 'I'l'I'Mi ^\ii.'ii r II \|ii^ini)iin paid a \isii Mini .'xpii.....'I 'll- -lis move-Ill.'Ill \� V !� i;i(>. iiui iiKiny bnya 'u.'i 1' ill III. ii.ii.i 'll' i-.'Kponse for ivnrli Hill Mill ll.' vrv i iiliir'i-rillS. The .."iiimrr i llililr.'i' .ii' ;il. li iwcver, de-i.'i iijiii'il iii ill) lii.'ii ill' Inwards .Ki.'Ul.T I'lO'l iii t inn W I i.ill'iii.i ii ii i,il r. ill, V .... - Wi'lilh ;-'l;lv I.IV ;iM ,.Mi 1 ||, | jiolldsy (; iippe on w I'liii';-'i;iv I.IV ;iM .'Mil iiollday ill llii' i-ilHIi's. II.' iiinvi'vur, ho lllrli liir 111.' luu-\.sl .T I riii>'ii'. iif 111.' In. ,il branch of 111' ,\f.'C. iiiiiil.;" riiiriK, i'f iipi-i! Wfld-ii�','l..y iilKlit Tor raln.iiy i.i wliitU I'l..... !:�� Mil- li.'.'n iiMii'-t.'rrcil. �v-ri..- Nilson Tractors are Good Tractors Built for long life. Mechanism all enclosed, running in oil. Dust proof. ' Great tractive ability with light weight. Not a soil packer. All parts designed for rigorous service. Nilson tractors carry no dead weight. Prove our claims by investigating these tractors. Repair Parts at Lethbridge and Calgary ' The Tractor that's Different-and Better THE HAPPY FARMER 12-24 H.P.-CAPACITY 3 PLOWS PERFECT BALANCE. SIMPLICITY. LIGHT WEIGHT. ACCESSIBILITY. STRENGTH. SHORT TURN. SURPLUS POW-ER,'STEEL CUT GEARS, RUNNING IN OIL. HYATT ROLL-ER BEARINGS. SELf^GUIDING IN FUftROW. HIGH AND CONSTANT PLOWING SPEED. WILL DO ANYTHING OTHER TRACT0r?3 WILL DO-AND DO IT BETTErt. WILL DO IV10RE AND HCTtER WOni< THAN THE BE3T HORSES. DEALERS BELLING HAPPV FARMER TRACTORS GET THE CREAM OF THE TRADE-AND THE NET PROFITS. The Perfect Kerosene Burner-Does All Farm Work The Happy Farmer burns kerosene or distillate. The twin cyl. horizontal cast en bloc motor gives a guaranteed poWer of 24 h.p. on the belt, 12 h.p. on the drawbar, at 2^ m.p.h. Mechanical force feed oiling. Atwater-Kent ignition. Cut steel spur gears. HYATT ROLLER BEARINGS throughout in dust-proof cages. Double drive on rear wheels. Cast steel, one piece unbreakable frame. Automatic steering. Swinging type drawbar; no side-draft. Total weight, 3,700 lbs. Happy Farmer Tractors were easily the leaders in 1917 popularity, and they ,^3j^iHi^gIcl the l^ad in 1918 sales. Territory is going fast-better get in the running. " GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE HAPPY FARMER IN THE FIELD. W. F. HEIDEL DEALEfl Grmnd Floor, e Happy Farmer Tractor Co. Sherlock BuiUuif. Seventh Street 3., Lothbridge 418 FOURTH AVENUE 8. LETHBRIDGE Some of R. F. Dygert's Percheron and Belgian Stallions Now in Lethbridgi W2 STILL H\V� il OF THSSE STALLIONS AND 5 MARES AT LETH&RIDGE A number ( our horses were awarded iHiaBet at Calgary. Come and make your choice our prices, terms and {guarantees will protect you. Wo alto have a number of young short horn bulls. Write or Phone 530 D IT lSVT*l7DX Bam on Third ^v�, Lethbridge, Alta. K. |;, U I yjulx * Office 634:9th S ;