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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APRH. 27, lOIR TIIE LKTTIHIUIU.I DMi.Y ill I\ALIJ RANDOM NOTES OF A COUNTRY SCHOOLMASTER About Play. Amid all the - horrors of modern warfare ud Kb hIdeouM effects, there Kpiingii up here and there the Ihacer-iallsatlon of an impiiMo beautiful �nd liiimane. both In conception and operation like the flownr which takes root rcJiivotiiilfMl between tHe YouRh and dirty stone* t a grim prison Huch A manlfoHtatlon Ih the reoon MtrucUoB Bid rohabilltatlun uf tiio ruined villages and humex of Frtmc);; the buUdlBg uv of a new Mfn and  iinw Impulse to Itlfe amoiiK liiesn t>onr people who have none through the Ufi\ of toaing by violence und cruelty all that maae life KraclmiK. xay and cumpanlonable, and who now sit �lar Ing wMh �mpty uyet ut tlm dramas that still go on around theut. Kor tho older ones-those p�ni middle age-it Is smld that prnctically iiothliiR can be done except to niukn Mm |ii�-Hi'tit bearable: the terrlbli- fmsges iind horrid stghta that havf bc^'ii Itiiriied upon the mental leilmi (k-ciuciI (o havn seared the heart anil .siiiil. till all that remains Ik u dutnl). iI^-miI apathy. Hadder by far however are (he clilld reti, who, forcfid uh Utile tois to en ilure ani^ulsh and terri)r such an falls to few adults, have become serious, aged, looking upon every strange person or thing with KPave c|uestluiilliK ey 't)i|iilrc liiin these things, to do your share ami tn see that tlio aclioid ilocs its Ikuc i -slumld afford the leaihci- a luariy support Suppose at your m-xi con cert, yi)\i Kive hall' to the Id'd Tros.^ and half to the play-g. und fund. Start something. *  A SEED SELECTION SYSTEM  FOR PRACTICAL  * FARMERS *  (Experimental Farmc Note.) * > V If the iiurity and yield of our farm crops are to l)e maintained at a high standard It Is essential that s.le.iilon, bo applle.l rcgiilHrljf Irorii ."eason to i>'"'"' araln re. known variety - ii . where this can he i  � your nearest efperie,. rl'iiitural eolleg igor ous, and removes all f'iielKu vaiieile^ The followinK 1^ an ouflitir. of a lee-omi>!uided system oi s.leciioti ;ti wlliiii there are two essi'iitial fariori, llie seecl plot ami tile in ill I i (il y in g field, 'liii.-; nieiliod Is siniiile and efii, j.-nt ami wllell followed loireill'. �ill en :-uie tile nia\iiniiiii of purity and pro duel ivi'Iiess 'I'lie si)e(ial seed |ilol i- I Iw nursery of tlu' Jiraln field ;ind should le- lari;e enon(;li lo [iroduee ^iiliii iint cd, (after the rejected idalits Jill ilKllt Ki'.iili has l/eeii rejiiovi'il I lo -iinu muliiplsini; field ilie followiiu', ,i on, I'liis lield ;,liould also he oi siifti, ent si/,e that p,.||,| prodm: ivu , ol Ihe Milt, iliniatie (onditioa- iind Me* luii-oiliil needed foi seed. In: in i.iin e. ::oM in,:; ()atH at I lie im 11- i ii i \', o and one-half bushels the ai le, loi t\\iii'\ aires a :nuli iplyiPK hlork one and oin' qii:ii--ter ;(er,ii' MO I bat vou 111" 1 around It withou i idants "i "UoKue" an he done in tor Hmo and will rennn.' .m i.e variants that may have not n Im the threshing one person .mi . ,i ' 'i ' ,'',.; 1'. i I.M '.'irh.l. Ill lil'.l. U n fan liiil n 11' nil n. \i hand-pick a bushel a day V. ful thresfling ,ifler Hie iir  this hand pi d."i 1 , i- rii" llat- 4 U" ol \ !',>:� .p.n ill I'ledind 4 > I.-, 'U.' h, i! Sill- : ;.   ;. .;. .; .> .; j..i' ',1 i'l," 11 of l!i ' 1 hail 111 'Hi,, WON'T FIGHT FOR Austria Ooch Not Fe�l Like Spilling Blood For Hun Annexations London. April 27.-"One thing Is certain." ssys the Arbelter Zeltung of Vienna, as quoted in aa Kxchange Telegraph despatch from The Hague, "we are not going to allow Austrian blood to be shed either now or later on. to ratain German cdnquests." � This aUtemeDt Is made In a critl cism of Oarmany's aotlon In the dl rectlon of virtual annexation of thu former Russian border states of Livonia and Ksthonia, The newspaper asks whether the treaty concluded with Russia at Brest-Lltovsk Is still valid, and adds: "Germany's action will have to be paid for with another war as coon aa Russia is strong enough. This, of course, in entirely Germany's business." TELLS OF ACTIVITY Otuwa, April liT.-Major ,494,,'IS3.00 net��it>............................................. .'i8,ii*�,7i).1.9i) iJuc to Bsnks....................................... '2,161.893.7,1 Divideod, Payable 1st February, l�|g................ 112,094.17 AccepUnces Under letters ot Credit................. 70.o;)8.�i� Capiul, Reserve I'and and I'. Sl L. Account......... _8J>Nl,795.82 $73,99("l,�of.4'2 ASSETS --- Cash on llaud....................................... $ll,8�,114.IO r;old Re�er\'es and Govt, Deposits lor Circulation...... 8,878,000.00 Due by Banks....................................... 4,l]8,749.43 Dominion Govt., Br^^i.'ih Govt, and other Bonds, etc---- 19,049,885,40 Call Loans and Current DiscounU................... 42,002,270.88 Bank Premises...................................... I,.T24,298.44 letters of Credit Per Contra......................... 70,038.80 Other Assets........................................ _I(M.081.9� _ $7J.�flO,9bV.42 Teach the Children to Save Habits are acquired early in life. Children, who are taught the value of money and the habit of savinR, grow up into good business men and capable women. The easiest way to teach children to save, is to start� Savings Account for each child ($1.00 each is sufflcientj. After a child has saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or shn will have a better appreciation of just what a dollar stands for, and how much work andaelf-deniai it represents. The THE Tractor that's Different-and Better HAPPY FARMER 12-24 H.P.-CAPACITY 3 PLOWS TH? MCRCHANTS BANK Head Offica: Montreal. QF LBIHBRIDGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH. NOBLEPORD BRANCH. CANADA Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, Maaaler. V. A. EBGRI.Y, Acting Msasger. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Msoager. rERPECT BALANCE. SIMPLICITY, LIGHT WEIGHT. AC-CtSSlBlLtTY. STRENGTH SHORT TUKN, SURPLUS POWER. STE*;!. CUT GEARS. RUNNING IN OIL. HVATT ROLLER bEArtlNCS. SELFGUIOING IN rUliHOW, HIGH AND CONSTANT PLOWING SPEED. VJ\LL DO ANyTIIING OTHEfi TR...CTOR3 WILL DO--ANO DO IT BETTER. WILL DO MORE AND BETTER WORK THAN THE BEST HORSES. DEALERS SELLING HAPPY FAF^MCM TRACTORS GET FHE CREAM OF THE TRADE-AND THF. NET PROFITS, The Perfect Kerosene Burner-Does All Farm Work .i�Happy Farmer burns kerosene or distillate. The twin cyl. horizontal cast en bloc motor gives a guaraiiteed power of 24 h.p. on the belt, 12 h.p. on the drawbar, at 2^.ri' lived. Ym should seturo one of then horaes. Our pricM and terms will protect you. WE HAVE ONLY EIGHTEEN HORSES LEFT. We also have a number of young short horn bulls R. F. DYGERT WRITE OR PHONE 530, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BARN ON THIRD AVENUE. OFFICE 634 NINTH ST. S. ;