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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, fEBRTTARY 0. 1918 THE LKTHBRIDfiK DAILY HERALD P A GE r?;vfB in volunteers (From Our Own Oiniiapontlttnt) MaBi'ath, Feb. 8.-Anothor of Ma-frrnth'u young mem lias volunteered bin services to the nation. ThtB stalwart young man la Milton CrookBtnn. Ho hati lived hero wHtu hla pa'ont.s practically aft his life, the I'aruHy doming herefrom tho United States u number of years ago. Milton has been in Helena, Montana for the pant while, working for hla undo, H 3. Benson of thn Benson Carpenter Co., and while there ho"enlisted In tho 11. marinas mid loaves shortly for tho training camp In Sun Francisco. T-To was In town a fdw .day? thin week have atood the* tent of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully ifuick to banish- biliousness, headache, indigestion and to dear up a bad complexion. Genuine hart ulrnnejre PAL)B> FACES Generally l%licoie � luck of Iron ll( tho IJIoocl Carter's Iron Pills Will help this condition ' visiting Mis parents and left: on Tuesday morning. Before leaving ho was pre��nted with a badge of honor fry the. town .officials as a tokon of re-spoet from the citizens of Magrat.h. This badge was pinned upon his coat. Iiy MIb'h Theta Rich. Milton Crooks-ton in well Jtnov/ii in this district and la (in Ideal of young manhood and will bir-tt credit to his country wherever he goes, and we ii!J Join In wishing him Cod speed. Mrs. Amos Peterson was lulcen. to tho Quit hospital, Luthbrlrtijo, on M.on day, suffering with a sovnro attack of Rail stones. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Smith of Medicine Hat. ajiejjt the week-end with Mrs. Smith's parents here, Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Wradtihiuv. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Pyper of Card-�t.on nro visiting here, llie gnosis of Mrs. II. I'. Johnson. Mr.-and Mrs. U. W. Bradshaw motored to Loth bridge on Tuesd.iy Mr. Levi llarkcr is away at. present on a'business trip to Toronto. Mltfit Ball On Thursday uraniiig, February Will a Mifllit Hall will be h-dd ;.. Uic Assembly, hall, under tho direction of the Women's Institute. Everyone is expected'- lo dress in costumes ihut l m'fTftt, .'or that do not correspond ] with I hi! limes or the. occasion. A ; prtsri! will be given fur the best Mils-I fit and the funniest. costume. A con-', undrum lujicb will be served In con- ; neetion. All the tilings served will  be cif the very choicest bur they an-1 pear under Hie following names: | Conundrum pie. Titanic disaster, brae ;' mash, horsor? oats, African dainties. ! colored wafer, Adam's ale, etc. fjee band iMlls for further .particular:) mhI i be sure and attend the best time �, ; tiie season. ~- ! Surprise Party I On 'Wednesday evening JMfb. J. H. \ Bridge was pleasantly surprised by �;  �umber of her friends at. her- home. j mi" occasion being in honor of her j birthday. The evening was spent in pl!iy;::K games Hud a general food I time bad by nil present.* A Uainl.y | l.m'I'el luncii was served during >ho| ovenine. Among I hose present, were: I Mr. and Mrs. J. It. HridR'o, Mayor and Mrs. lieniiion, Mr. and Mrs. .I. O. j r,;';ik'a, Mr. end Mrs. Milt. Gibb. Mr. ! and Mrs. Ira .;;,]o!:eb"r, Mr. and .Mrs. .I. J Karl. Mr. and Mrs. Krl liarker. Mr. [ and Airs. Jos. Ktyins, Mr. and Mrs. , ,1'kiiu-s Uarker, Mr. and i'ri l!i. . Feb. S. - -I,a�l 'Monday the Chaniplon church of fntilhursf delivered a dure on |{ed Cross work, me [teople objeel i.o Slip-lied Cross work because ; anmuni j nil 11 lo oliicbils oty. The speaker replied �cli^/i "Xh olficer of llie ini'-h of the lied 'Toss Solve:; a salary, directly or i t.ben referred l internalionaI esi abllshed hi iz"d country In II..-." Mr. .tiat Sot its y ;is , ot'csni'.  I atti, la.-in^ I jiraet i' a ! iy e', er> ci v | file world.  1 Tile I'anadian Society, ;r' a bnuii'll j of llie iiiii'DiaLiomil ori-'aioxai'foii, has � an t-|ilei| lie' responsibility lo care i for hi th-s 'i'oiiii'leil men a nil prison-' er.-. i;i t !.'oti'!iibe:- list llie aead'af; ca:>ua 1 li:- numberel ;'.'>,.",im,i. 1.1'.lore men !|,v an oiian Hetl Cross  is .-.-ir:,i|- lit. Tin- sp-al.e'- a: i I; I.-, pi,in; made a -srone, appeal oi the . women i-i i 'hampion for "iCiiiDiies aud j more ,.iipi,lie.-;." Money i- also ne-aled j i� e.ei'l lhe urjicnf ib-uiniid lor surgi-! ca! Mippiies. ere. widi b the various Irani-lie-- lannot make. The Chiun-I l;ion nriin""!';.. also provided i.U'u very ! fine mm.n-el sol.-,�! ions. Afler the jaddiess y,r. Marsii showed over fill j nti 1 u 1 ,~!id.r l- 'of the Kanner- i pion: j "Crance. Lee I vey iiiy tininks i., pc 1 and vicinity for i in have remembered u frimi that distrid : preciute the spiiai jand really eanno '. enoi'.gh. Have .pi-i  weeks' leavn to Fir i good holiday. S.-| back to trench hi I ii lias to be done, u I well do il with ,i lore very long r. all personally for i for ine." Tours sli "Somewhere in heir master, liianltnously. class under I he inclair spenl a nisiructive ses-evening. The i'n|iitiil and Lo- I'eoplo's club n the church i.iierary (kimmif-\ t-rer. Tuple for �solved Hint Pro-imu.erci.'il system (t i Ki ,nn 'Jer- (jive, i 'en NobbM'ord, Feb. s Ti I be school here, bus monthly examinai ions � so us to show pa ve grens is being made Tbi examinai ions war held a! last month aud the result ,-/he teachers. Mr. 1'yke and lntonh is as follows: St (irade ,S, llnlpli Vende Clara Scratch 7">.5. Hem ! on drilling a well on btr . nise lot. I lie expects to find wkLt in a reiison-' able depth. A big dance u-n.s hehl here last night, a good company id Hie younger lielni? present There were al-IfJ/Ors ur-*",at 1 nmi Mo- outlvtflg ts. ' Death James Peters J Veslerrtav this dlsir!,-' lo-: one of iTts jiroriiinent men when Alt ,1-une. I Peters passed away at 'lie a;ze of Mr. Peters had been : ul'fering from ,i severe attack of pnennionia for a Ivv.-daya and, until Tineal.ii it wa.t liopeil that, he would recover, bill ii taia no; to be, and his sorrowing widow and family are left, to mourn a loving husband-friend. Mr. Pelera homeateaded in ibis district ageinst the White Lake, sthooilieuse and from hnmble begln-ning-i be lias made good progress 'until h" farmed two sections. IS DENIED A 111-1 � rflurn. Feb. II. -The engage-"iii a IV How might as | tu:lt>. Honing be-1 iee and thank yon a.n vou have clone �erely.iPte. I-J. Gill. France, Dec. 17.- K(i. Hofman liii.-!. Lorenee henoir :",::.::, Sigrid HergBtroni r,n.r,. Grade ii, l'lric Cransioun 81. a, Hiilrley Noble 7T.>. Peter Hofman 71.n. Adriana Vamlci-Wotuie lilha, Wilbur Kaake, fiv.i, i',>r ieno lienoit U(>.2, Claude Hunt ."A ':. (irade .r>, 0-erard Noble i.l.::. Herman i Vamler Wondo \lur\ Weight and j Minnie Withage not. i-las.- ifieil. |>er-! .'eriMge of attendance in this room ' Kl-idi. Junior room. Grade :;. liorotby i Buchanan fit Grade > senior. Anllitiuy I V'ander Wonde 77, John Pd�g*trom 07, I Kay Hunt lie. Julin Hcriei Grade ^ I junior, Jean Hut-he nan Tit, \'i rnie llai-i rls 71, llei'berl 1. Donald IJuchunnn T'l. Percentage of Il is hoped that, tl^i by now have reeeivi study lhem careful the children to mak liie board managers of ibe local church lo bathe dedication service on Hit. ing' of March Huh. The sen-be In the hands of Or. Rev. .1. gnson, superintendent of tiie Pre-sln terian missions for this district, wh il is expected will be assisted by th Rev. Mr. Burns of l.etbbrldge and ;'n in. i- ,i. Rev. \V. 0. Marsi local ministei-, | also I:ike part. On i'.n, i ing a aocial evening v-. j,which II is hoped Hurt ' 1 rom Let'tibritlge wil full programme has eel lull as far as ii promises to be ver; ihe .second Sunday lie special services. There will be a mere in:; church board of managers -meat which imporuini business discussed. it. Taekaber.g litis comment jalhurs!. The A. Leslie wiif Monday evt n -11 be spout ;,; a lurge crowd bo iiresent. Tee-itoI been arrang-lui" been done n inlei-esiing. On there will al-oi .f  111 be TOASTED LSCENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2-055 ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY LlmitcO Sfead Office m>& Far4o?y: London, Oat Est'd xaas 16 into sew- Ottawa. One, Feb. S.-The order passed by the militia department, which will facilitate .the release of men who have been drafted under the Military Act. lo the detriment of agricultural production, II. is believed, will �greatly aid fn solving the difficulties which have been encountered as, to conscription of farm labor. Many farmers or farm laborers realls' vitally needed have not applied for exemption. A leave of absence nourd is to be formed in eacii'milllury district and an agricultural represent a-llve will'be appointed to represent tho-depaiiment of a-grieulture. The representatives of the four western provinces are as follows: Manitoba, J. 13,' Reynolds. Winnipeg; Saskatchewan. Thomas Molloy," Rogiha; Alberta, C. Rico-Jones.-Calgary; British (.iilumbia, Hector Ferguson. Port. Ileucy. RAISE ERENCM TAX Paris, F I'liuilice has income lax f di. S.......The -minister of' proposed to raise the om XZ 1-2 to 11 pel' cent. sa-.nraiicriiiiiiirGjtisi: ^^mie.maiiiiraii^msmaKaasai': GEARED A square inch of fraction for every 5 lbs. oi weight. Dust proof Hyatt Roller Bearings throughout. Guaranteed to handle 2 plows in sod and 3 in stubble. Can be worked on your land wheel tractors. when j': would be impossible to use horses or jCall and inspect this little wonder, PnhKc demonstrations wil! be made at var-ious'points as soon as weather permits. If you wanl om for your spring work. I would advise you to place yosir .order ai once. 414, 6th Street S. J, T, Graham, Prop. STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES Phone 1822, �tyiimmiiaiwi 372480?7 ;