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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S/VTURDAY, ffiBRUARY 9, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FORSERl (Froiii. Our Own Goi'i'aaponiJanO M��rnth, Feb. 8,-Aiiothor of Mu-grftth'o yonng man has voluatoered U(g aervlcea to the nation. Thin stalwart young man ia Milton Orookston. �o hns lived here >\Hth bta pa-enta practicnlly aB his lltp, tho �ftn�Hy oonitnc liQro,trom the lJultod Sttitds a number ot years-; ngo. Milton has boo.-i in Helena, Montana for the pant While, wdrklfig for hla iinole, fi. S. Benson of the Benson Carpentar Co., and while there tidiJ.itiUkt^d In the U. S. morlnoB Md leatbs aUortly for .the tralulnff anmp In 3)jh J^ranclseo.' Ho' wna In town d . faj� ",ilay� this weak. Small Pill ; SipaU Dote' iiM>ric� / " FOR CONSTIPMION have atppd the* test of time. Purely vcgotadtci. JVpnderfully I ifuicic to Kan'Uh'b^libusncsi, : headache, .In'digeatiph aad to ' clear up a bad complexion. Genuine bean lenature PALEFACES GenarallV li^licite > luck ' of Icon 111 Iho VIood Cartei-'s Iron Pills Will help tblt condition ' visiting his parents 'anil litft on Tuesday mornlnr Bcfof# leaVinK ho wna preaeated witti^a ftadgoief honor liy -thW town .officials'a� a J token of respect from the dttxens of Magrath. ^'hlB badge "Was pinned upon his c:oat tty mWh, Theta Hlch. Milton Crooks-ton Is. well kndwii'ln.ljlls djstrlcl and ia an ideal of youn^, mablioti'd- and will beMi credit to hla ootmfTJ' wherever he goes, und wo all Join In wishing him God speed. Mrs. Amoa Peterson was taken to the Qalt hospital, Lothbrldge, on Monday, Buffering-with h. Bovero attack of gall ntoaet). Mr. arid Mr.i. Allan Smith of Medicine .Hat spent the woek-ond with Mrs. Smith's parents hero, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bnidshaw. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Pyper of Card-Bton are visiting hore, the guests of Mrs. H. I'. Johnson. Mr., and Mni. R. \V. Bradahaw nipt-or.od to Lolhhrldgo on Tuesday ^ Mr. Levi Harkor is away at proaont on ii''buHlne8B trip to Toronto. ' Mitfit Ball On Tliyraday evening, February i*tU a Misfit Hall will bo hold in file Aa-sembiy^.hall, under the direction of tlie-'Wohi'on'B iriatltuto/.'iEveryone Is oxj)0(:f.ed'- to dres.i Ui, costumes that m(i-tlt; ,'or thftt do iiot correspond with the times or the occaHion.  A prtKo win ho (riven for the i)�i.- Some,American prlsonefs.havo been 'captured north ot Xlvray, ten rallOH caai of .St. Mlhiel, northeast of Vim'Muii. says the official Btatomont Issued today by the (i'^rinan general staff. . ' > >> ; * ? �>>>*ye. wblcoine Mr.. Bochaitd to the Champion towh.-rot Alberta. Band Reorganizes. . The Chamiiloift band'has reorganized again. Under the able leadership of' Bar'nle Hummel Champion should have one ot the best brass bands 'along the,line. ; Bosman Matlocji and Miss Thompson, both of Chifmpion, were married in Calgary last week. ' '  Tl)ie Ohanipiom'orc^.estra is in great I demand these days. ;,'�*; Rod Cross News. ~ 'Thoilast work-meeting of the Red Cross was held-at the home of Mrs., .r. Harper FHda.v' afternoon, Februory 1st. The following-ladles were- prei-sent: Mrs. Geo.'Orr, Mrs. i'leid,' Mrs. F. Johnson, Mrs. Huntington, ^.Mra. Hardisty. Mrs. Turnbow, Mrs. H. R.-Haddon,^.Mrs. Bi-adfield, Mrs. Har-, per. and IMrs. L. J.. Adams. The order of the ,'day w;is:;\lressing gown? for ppiv.soldiers. Qii'ite a. liumher : was' Ob&pidtocl (TTSiTTTg. the afteriipo'n. Intermediate workers'pupils ot ti�e Cliamplori Public iohool who are doing Red Cross work: Dorothy Altlner, Bessie Brown, iSijlah Summers, Bea-trlpeyCrmlliohl, Emma Johnson and Genevieve Harper; Tlie next work Meeting of the Red Cross; will be held at the home of Mrs, I'Bradliold Fidday afternoon. �, (llustrnted- Lect'ure. Mr. Marsh, provincial organizer o� the Red C[-oss, will'give an illustrated lecture on Red Xross work iMonday evening In the ehureh. The local Red'Cross could put; Into aetiye serviqe twobr three mors .gew-Ing machines. ^ iTxom Our Own f'orrn.�;i),iii�n'nt) Nobleford, Feb. 8.-'I'iio principal ot the school here, has decided to hold monthly examinations of the scholars BO afl to show their parents what progress is being made. Tho first of thiise examinations was held at the end ot last month and the result as given by (he teachers, Mr. Pyko and Mh.s .Macintosh Is as follows: Senior room. Grade 8, Ralph Yonder Wondo 7s.4, Clana Scratch 75.6, Henry llofman c9.H, TCd. Hotman ()G.4, I^oronco Tienolt ,',;',..'., SIgrld Bergstrom Orado fi, Kric Cranstoun 81.b, Shirley .Noble t:!.."]. Peter Hofmart 71.9, Adrlana Vander Wondo lin.."^, Wilbur Kaake, 18.1, Cor-lene lienoit Ofi.2, Claude Hunt ,oS;!. Grade 5, GeranI Noble Cl..^. Herman Vander Wonde 5:i.2, AI.ury Weight and .Vfinnlo Wlthago not cki.ssiflod. T'or-oentage of attendance In this room Junior room. Grade Z, Dorothy Buchanan 70. Grade 2 senior. Anthony Vander Wondo 77, John liergstMom g7, Ray Hunt Julia llerlot nS. Grade 2 Junior, Jean Buch.anaii 7(1, Vernie Harris 71, Herbert Bergstrom 71. Grade 1, Donald Buchanan 7'j, William Hunt 7'1. Percentage of attendance "l.i.'i. It is hoped that tl^o parents who will by now have reeelved the reports will study them ear'efnlly and encourage tJie children to make better marks this month than what they did last. K. R. Hunt was a business visitor to T.,ethbrldge'thlR week, spending a couple of days thete. A number ot those interested in the Sunday school work of our village gathered at the home of B. ('. Crani-toun on Monday evening to have a talk over Sunday scliifol affairs and to ar-' range clBsses and teachers for the' coml.ig year. Dedication March 10th ! It has been decided by the board (jf , managers of the local church to have^ the dedication service on the luorn- � lug of .March loth. The service will I be in the hands of Dr. Rev. J. T. Fer- ; guson, superintendent of the Presby- � terlan missions for this district, who \ it is expected will bo assisted by the | Rev. Mr. Burns of T.,ethhrldge and the | Rev. W. C. Marsh of Coalhiirst. The! local minister, liev. J'. A. Leslie wilf also lake part! On the .Monday evening a social evening will be spent at' .which it is hoped tlnft a hirge crowd \ from ijethbrldge will bo present. The full programme has not been arranged but as tar as It has been done it liromlsea to be very interesting. On the - second Sunday there will also bo special services. There will be a meeting of t]|e church board ot managers next l'"riday i at which important bHslnc.�s will bt: discussed. . ; it. Tackaberg has coiiimencod worlc j on drilling a well on bla . nise lot. He expects to find water at a reasonable depth. , , A big dance, was held hero last night, a good company of tho younger people being present, '('hern were also vlJ!?h)rH Ui'^r^nl (roin the outlyfffg distrtets. Deatli James Peters' Yesterday fhl.t district lost on� of t>ts prominent men when Mr. James Peters passed away at the age of 'i.l. Mr. Peters had been suffering from a severe attack ot pneumonia tor a few daya and until Tuesday it was hoped that he would recover, but it was not to he, and hla sorrowing widow and taihlly afe Ie"ft to mourn o. loving husband-friend. Mr. Peters homeateaded In this district ageinst the White Lake acboolliouse and from hnmble bSgln-nlng.i he hae made good progress "ua-tll he rarine''RoBiiiin; Alberta ; m, 0. Rlce-Jon6a,''^*'Calgftvy;. British Oolupibia, ITeiley, Hector Bvltlsh Ferguson, Port  raise BFJeInCH; T/{-x GEARED to TIE GROUND Paris, Feb. Tlio .jnlaJtulq*. (jfl .finance has proposed to raise the' A iiquare inch of traction for every 5 lbs. of weight. Dust proof Hyatt Roller Bearings throughout. Guaranteed to handle 2 plows ^ in sod and 3 in stubble.  Can be worked on your land when it would be impossible to use horses' or wheef tractors. - ' this little >vonder. Public demonstrations will be made at var- ^ 'ious points as sooiy as weather permits. If you .want one for your ^prinig?HYqrk^\|^> .would advise you to place yoi^r-order at once.' ' The Graham Motor 414, 6th Street S. J'i'.T. Graham, Prop. '� ' STUDEB^I^R AUTOMOBILES 77630699 648? ;