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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR FOUR i DAILY AND WEEKLY _, Proprietors and Publithara {THe LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANV, LIMITED 6ih Street South, Lethbrldg* �  t W. A. Buchanan Prealdont and Managing Director John Torrance - - Bualntsa Manager ] to proTld6 ttlenst $145,000,000 to pay {Ita debt* and carry on tho army In Canada, In addition to $200,000,000 for tho army icros? tho seas. �� �> ^;_ tU&Ugh near death's door from ear trouble, Teddy Roosevolt, nevertheless,!- will contiimo to keep hla car to the"-ground. ' '. TELEPHONES Bualnciss Otdce .............. 1252 Bditorlal OtHco .............. 12M Subtcrlptlen Rates; Pally, delivered, per week......10 Dally, delivered, per year .....$5,00 WIJ^DNESDApY, MAftt^jl 13. 1018 Rev, Father Mlnohon. ot Torosito, says tho Sinn Fetners aro the Ilol-shetJfei ot Ireland. That's putting them In the right pew. nil right. Lo Devoir, Bourasaa's sheet, siiys Navy League To Hold Meeting -Big Affair For the Red Cross (When RoplylnK Mention The HeralOl Magrath, March 11.-The Magrath town council met In Jholr^ vegiila? antl-conscrlptlon fooling Is as strong ' ^^V^^h,? in-Ontario as In Quoboc. Likely it Is in those soctous where Le Devoir la tho gteat famllf jounial. The � Ottnwa .:CItlzeu suggests that Daily, by mail, per year ......$4.00 \ the Xwmlnion Tempernnco Alliance JV8ekIy,\by mail, per year ...  .$160 , ntlght try Lord Lansdowne next year Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$2.0a on Tory Toronto. It evidently thinks Date* of expiry ot subscriptions ap-; he is in the Br>'an class, pear daily on address' label. Accept-' tnoe of papers r.ftc. oxplraticn uato Is our authority to continue the subscription. I "It begins to look as though Hinden-burg may' be lato for tliat April 1st 6th In the towft hall. The report oJ the fire, light and license committee reported by Mayor Bennlon, he also reported action of school board rejecting the coiincU'a offer to consolidate school and town asseBsmeuts and collections. . ^ ' Messrs.* J. L. Olbb and T. Blunnel were present at the meeting and asked the council to make, �ome jmprove-inehts OH the sIdeWalk along the east side ot block 37 aa during Nvet seasons It was impossible" to use same. , .Motion, that Works hnd Pl-operty Committee meet with these gentlemen appointment in Paris. Ho seems loath i''"^ S'^^lTHne of the Navy to start," says the Toronto Gloljo. Probably it was onlj^an April first joke. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR No settlement n.s to Japan'^ inter--ference in Siberia has yet be^n reach-; gome newspapers advocate the �d, but thU can .scarcely loii^ bo de- � abolition of the layed now. Great Britain and France have formally asked for it. and United States has agrped to it. and the seriousness of tlie tiernian mtnacc in Si-�heria demands it. Japan can scarcely tUJU a deaf e;ir to sia-h a call, and it la likely that her intervention will tome in the course of a very few days now. The Chinese government has senate and then follow it up by urging the claims of a newspaper man for a senatorship. Surely they don't think that would abolish th� senate. League asking for arrangeracMs to be made for him holding n meeting, here and raising funds, was read and sec retary was instructed to reply, also to London, 6nl., Is tp have a polloe-woman, Nanton and Parkland have voted 1o establish conjaoUdatcd schools. Dr. L. 0. McKlbbon died at Toronto. He was a native ot Too^-ater. , C. P. Adams, a well known Amerfcan humorist, is dead at Bos> ton. \ ' ' The United States Senate has au^ thorlzed the .drjift of skilled labor trlth-in conecriptibn'nge. 5Gc a pound wnR' paid for a second prize steer at the Brandon Winter Pair patrlotlo.'auotlon sale. ' � Coal consumers across the border arc being warned to get In next win-tor's suplilles without'delay. Veteran C. ;P. n. engineers are to J. C. Van Camp, Toronto undertaker, ia dead, Stratford city connAll favors J. W. Lytfh of Quelph for senator. Aixihdbacon Webb, formerly oj: Cal gary, laiojl tit Saimoh Arm. B. 'C. Llout. lii'W. niggar,'son of S. O. Bl^gar, K.C., Hamilton, was killed in action. �' __ Illinois is again reported to be tlio premier state from tho vlowpolnt ot farm production. Militia, Wan., now has iin electric ligntlng ay^tom.-' U. T. CrosdwoU, a pioneer mcri'bant ot Mnrtintown, Out., 1b doiul. Ooo. A. Bnico, well kKown iiiHur-nnce ninn; ia dead at Waterloo, Out, Two old, llnio .Oi'illiii businoBs Irion, A'. U. Perry aud K. 1). Alport, arc retiring. " ; A United States fled Cross drive for $100,000,000/ will open May Gth and last u. week. . Tho big Btnoltor at'Clronf PaJls now only employs 400 "hniuls, whoro for-mnfly it employed 2000. ' Three negroes woro lynched by tnrmejra near polhi; Im., as tho outcome of"ft lioK Btoaiing cliarga. MaJor-GoAeral Peyton March. � now United States chief ot staff, favors '"'"^ a leas stringent censorship. A prohibitlori'potttlort, a fifth.ot a mile in length, was placed in tho hftiida ot the Massnclinsotts Logiala- J. Albert Kelly, brother ot Judge pIno has produced l,!)5'j,120 tons of-f Kelly ot Toronto, and a native otrOro, the value of gold bullion being Adgala, Ont., died nt Winnipeg. $19,72S,3S3.03. ----------.....,,, Mr.s. Adams, mother of Mrs.'Prank! pcUolt robbers, entering a wholo- bave their names placed on Jdccmot-'McWIlliams,-Bow Island, died ut Bow, "o"�e> ^"""cod tho night watchrj 1'. O. ShallcrosB is prealdont of tho Vancouver Board of Tnido Saskatchewan Is clamourlnK tor tho cultivation oi; all schuol Inndfl. ,l.)r. Jas. U. UoborlH, formerly of SL Marys,' Ont., diud nt I'nHadoiia, California. , ^ , II. tv''Andro\vs, Winnipeg, lo grnad mastor of the ^Innltoba Orand'Ladgo ot Oddfellows. ^ Alox, Tytlor, for many years engaged ill tho grocery trade lii Ix>ndon, Ont., is dead. United States l.�odural mediators have already settled 300 strikes slBcc tho republic entered tho war. Frodorlck Villlers,, tho war corros-poiidont, has been confined In the Indian Hend general hospital for several months. ' Qodovlch Town CoiincU bbught a nino-acro hardwood bush that will b^ cut Into stove wood and. sold to citl The IloUingpr Gold Mliio at Porcu; Uons nt cost. . ' . Ives as a tribute to their fidelity> to duty. Because of the scarcity of rye flour tell him of contributldnft already given and .meal, in the U. S., they will be by Magrath. Secretary was instructed to write Governmout Surveyor, Mr. ' Gordon, Edmonton, regarding his visit here to investigate the opening of^a road through Pot Hole creek ofa 8rd street west. Application of E. P. Tanner for purchase of three "lots on tho west The Calgary Albertan talks aboaJ �^ ^""^"^ ^V.^l^ P'"^ " taxes, carried. .Mayor Bennion called attention to the necessity of keeping graded roads the lawyers' trust and says there are murmuriugs against it in tMfe legls- . . .__ laturo. We wonder whether the pro-j repaired and In good condition, Mot warned the Uus.iaa authorities that in-1 ^^st is aimed at the tour lawyer mem-. j-- ^a'g ''a'nd'S roads viiaion of Clvineae territory will be 8uf-j bcrs of the government. Probably it,^.h,, ,,r.PR�nrv narrtnH liolont motive forvi dwluration of war. j iutended to sidetrack the .move to put another lawyer in the government. THE TALKED OF CABINET CHANGES If there are to be any uhauges iu j The war veterans from Major AsU-the Alberta: cabinet. Premier Stewart i ton's own province, Saswatchewan, should not overlook Southern Atberia. j AlrcE^dy there-are three resident Edmonton lawyers in- the government and that is sufficient. A man from another profession and another ^section ot the.province would strengthen the mhilstry. There are enough pro-tessional men in the government now. Another, farmer would be a fitting cholcf) for a province so largely agricultural like .lUberta.'' Thefe are no intrigiiers iu tho southern representation In the Liberal ranks in the legislature either. When Premier Ste^v'art makes any cabinet chauges-he should iiring Into his government men who can be thisted and who will repre?en the best elements ot our people. think enough of him to rush to his de- when necessary. Carried. Request of Livery Barn for reduction of license.' Motion, that bus license for 1918 be remitted. Pay roll for February was jbubrtitted and ordered paid per recoiumendallon of finance comiAittee. Moved that Woml estate be paid money due on lots bought by the Gov- barred as -wheat March 31. '' substitutes aftor Island and was buried at- Siguournoy, Iowa. Demanding union recognition and a minimum wage scale, St. Louis department store, workers have gone on strike. man to ring his alarm boxoa. then calmly blew tlio sato and escaped with $10,000. >. A Boston bealth inspector discovered that salinoiv is being painted In, local packing houses to give U a nlcoj color. The top price for liogs in Guelph There ar^r stHV two senatoriilil thovwe'st, one iu D. C-and one in Saskatchewan. The name ot }J. G. Turrift, M.P., for Asslu'bola, Is i)earVlor"'t'he 'nod �Oroaa"ueciuuctT Chas. Tribbett a colored dtJlcor. >no"i''>"e(l In coiincction. with tho lat-, Many promises of fine pearls have the U. S. fntantry was fined $5 "'Q vacancy may not bo tilled i boon received. The neoklaoe Is to be For tho next thrpo week's United StatK.s Food Adnvlnislrator Hoover will buy half a, mllllbtl' hushelB of corn dally for arflod Vpeptint. Jerome McAlllHtQr,,a Khigalon bakery driver, mot death by slipping while carrying a bag ot flour Ivpm a car. Ho toll " ' - -  � � '  skull. backwards, triicturlnB lils Queen Mary, has given a valuable at Cblcasaw, Okla., for  refusing to .""tH later. - travel in a "Jim Crow" car. - - / �- I Charges of o-ttravaganco in Mtijor General John Biddle, who re-'i tho raanagomont of tho aflairs ot the formed ot Individual giftiuot pearls, to bo auctioned for tho^ bcieflt of Iho Uod Cross, -. , . ^ wasreac^d when a local dealer paid! cently was relieved by Major General U. S. food administration wore mado { Thu substitution of ii Septtte of tho $18.50 per hundredweight for a load j Peyton-Hj. Marsh as acting chief of in the soiftto by Senator Heed of Mis-; Bnipiro lor the Hoiise' ot Lords was staff of the U. S., is to command all souri, who demanded that Food Ad-American troops in England, it, is un- minlstrato'r Hoovor give an accounting | derstood. ' \ ot tho department's finances. At the annual meeting of Albert' At Montreal a hand to hand conflict j Mr. Wilson put for>v^rd, this sngges-CoUege Board ot Management ~al in a board of control meeting was nar- tioii after arguing that the Old. World BullevlUe, Principal Dr. Baker's report rowly .ivortcd when Clilof Cathpnau must tnkn more cou\isel from tho i',"zy -,r,-~V;" "i--------------��showed that 260 of Albert's sons have mado a rush At Controller Villonouvo i Now World in the future. With repot tho Manilla, Ont., Methodist church, enlisted, and eleven girls aro nurtlng who has been a severe critic of tho i rcscptativea of nil tho overseas . Do- $18.50 per hundredweight for a of porkers. The hull ot the lirst concrete ship a 3,500 tonuer, being built at Redon-do Beach, CaL, will be completed in a hundred days. For half a century the church steeple yt the Manilla, Ont., Methodist church towered nearly, 100 feet. Recently It fell ac/oss the street in a wind storm. For returning his draft questionnaire covered with profane sugges- suggested t)y Philip Whltwoll Wllflon, London Daily Npws Piirllamontary correspondent in the cburitQ' ot an address to the Montreal Cauadliin Club. fence against attacks from veterans j ^'"^^'^^jjjJjf^jPg^enJng j^st the young' tions, M. Cholnsky, a 'Tlvoll, NrY, in other parts of the country. U wou'idj ]a,nea of the town met in the Red appear that the Saskatchewan vet-1 Cross rooms and organized a unit to erans, who know him. think Major .Vsh-i the Red Cross here. Miss Mabel ton is wen fitted for the position on ; H-^|;7j^|,,t[rif''aBfl^^^^^^^^^^^ Afton Snow as secretary. This unit will meet on Monday evening in the Red Cross rooms and sew from 7.30 � poaures. to 10 o'clock. Plans are underway I r n,�> -o^^^.^i tor a big dance and ^soldiers shower An extra sesslflU of the Pennsyl Bters; two have received the D.S. police ndiijinlatration. A ^Itwspapor i minions in It.Jio pointed out, .such a C, five the Military Medal, four the man tried to-head oft tho chief, but' Senate would bo a .permanent, body Military Cross, and eighteen died on wns brurheU aside and .Mayor Martin , on tho spot which could .always give service. It is proposed to erect .a managed to got in front of tlio officer j tho Imperial Govornmont in power new building as a memorial. before he reached the controller; Ixdvico upon v^nlilch it could act. - '- ........ the Soldiers' Settlement Commiseioti. Jim Weir can't get away with the bluff that he didn't know parliamen- farm hand, was given a year's hard labor. At Washington's request, John R. Rathom editor of the Providence Journal, is ,*8cqntlnulng-"the publication ot his ^German spy ex- tary procedure when he stayed In the; to be held in the near SHttire. watch vanla Legislature planned to cou- House and refused to vote. Likely as not he remained to find out whether for the date. | sider bills giving-a greater' measuVe The entire town was canvassed last I of sel'f-governmenti to Pittsburg and other members knew the rules, as well! ^^^^^.^ ^^^^^^ ,S ' ^ as ho does. Jim is no amateur In par- ladles were present nt the tooms bn ilam^tarj' procedure, even though | Thursday to do their bit. 'The ladies this la his first appearence In a legislature. ONE WAV TO CONSERVE \VHEAT "Wheat sufficient to supply seven provincial cities with bread lost by lire, in 1916," was the startling headline appearing in the Moose Jaw Dally lilews a few days ago. The statement ifas made at the rural municipalities convention ot that province, and naturally created quite, an Impression. The tire commissioner .urged the rural ""municipalities to help prevent this Ipsd balng repeated. ; Juat at, this time when every bushel of wheat is of the utmost importance to Uio allied cause it behooves the peo-�ple of Alberta to consider the same Bjoblpm.' More ' care in preventing fires in mills,' elevators and farm gj-anarles would add greatly to the ijtock ol whpat available for export to the fighting front. It Is a warning t|iat ought to be seriously con^^idered and kept. In mind. feANADA'8, TAXATION BROPLEMS OF FUTURE iHop. F. b; Carvell, in a speecii at, . Montreal, very properly cmphaB)zBd the financial problems facing Canada. V JuKt-now when conditions with most people are largely prosperous, we are paying little atlentlop to taxation. In the years to come we will have to ralre'great aums of money tp meet war. zpeuses of the preBei)|. and con ^equently bur taxation, either ^ire'c8| or indirect, we hope direct, will be much heavier than we "have known^ We can meet the conditions of the fut-ura If wa actively engage In the development ot our resources. With the Increase, oJ our wealth the taxation burden will be greatly lightened. ,~ .Mr. Carvell points out that dm-in^ tjie present year the government liag^ to raise |250,000,000 to carry on the (fr^innry affairs of the country. Sixty ^ilUon, dollars had to be provided for Jflterofit charges, and at least ton fnlt iionq or more for soldHM-s' penBlona^ sihd that might go as high as twenty nrtlllofSv- In addition to that $400,- y 000,000 had to be provided to pay tor tho gooda .which wore being sold by C^anada to Great Britain and the Al- , ties, dnd which they could not pay for titxtho ipoment. During the present ti9Cjil year panada would send to Great Britain probably, more than . $990,0p0,OOO -worth of goods. Including ^^{}|f,lonD, but.unfortunately she Im-|�rt|94.';only about $90,000,000 worth, ''�n3'>-(((f[,V Ipft an adverse balance of Ijnf49'}^ir4iiiyt Great Britain of $800,-9pO,QOO l^bloli nluBt be taVen care of. t^^ev^Hilwa/ problem would taku up ,pi^J)|WlJ'|?fi,000,000 'pr '$40,000,000,  ^ef))^)tg^^'the be�t ,way the govei-n-Ift^tit.^iiould, Tlio Qoverumeiit had Senator W. A. Smith, ot Michigan, a Republican leader, ia retiring are very comfortably Ipcated noV In > from the Unlted;l'States Senate, at the large upstair rffom of the townfter 25 years service In Congress and Within the last few months housing for -war workers, especially shipyard workers, has come to be a fundamental' part ot the wln-the-war program of the United States, Two bills are now before Congress, one providing $50,-000,000 for bousing under the direction of the Department of Labor, the other providing a like sum for dibposal by the United States Shipping Board. The possibility of moving the ,mlll- h^U which win bo a much nicer and more comfortable room for the -work-era. ;� ; The big Red CrtSss' drive for- members Is not finished yet but the canvassers hope to bethrough this-week, up to date they have .collected' about $900. Have you got a Red CrdsB mem-bershiii card hanging in your front window? If you haven't one be sure Upper House. Mayor' MocB.ride pt^Bi;antford, appeared onthe^sfc^ne earlj^ one morning at the'City Hall,'and there were no officials or members of their staffs there. George von L. J^eyer, former cabinet member and, diplomat, died dt and see one of the canvassers ;i,8 soon . Boston. He had been postmaster gen-afs possible' as we do not "want any | eral, secretary of the navy and am ilackers In Red Cross work. For Red Crbtt . On Friday one of the best and most commendable affalfs.'eyer .Bulled off was when the teachers, and,PUpHs of tary headquarters from Victoria to 1 the public school had a blBUme for Vancouver is agitating the minds of � the benefit of the .fte^ Croap. . Dinner some Victorians so strongly that they! Was .served at noon to nil the children are talking secession and forming a''-" auditorlun>pf the sphool and at new province. Had Alberta cities been bad humored like Victoria, Al- berta would have been divided into half "a dozen provinces by, this tjpie and Calgary would 'have been" the sinallest of them all. ;"ln the village ot Ripley, Ont., a certain man w^s such a regular attend-ant~lat church that the sight of his seat vacant caused an alarm, atid and, knowing that'he lived alone, the pastor and the sexton hurried to his home and found him lying on the floor unconsOious from coal gas. He was rescued In the hick ht time. That's an argument In favor of regular church attendance. �'/If we all eat and waste this year, o^'d next year, just as we used to eat aii^d waste, then there will be atlll greater privation among our allies- privation which may mean starvation for, women and children and tho weak-eniing of our position in tho war. This 1^ the .gravity of the faod situation." -jDr. J. W. Robertson, Chairman ot the Central Advisory Council to tho ^Canada Pood Board. .,iE. Cora Hind, the well Ifnown Winnipeg journalist, attended the conference of v/omen at Ottawa and she CEime away with a very high impression of M'BWjJUrn, the new minister of iri'illtitt,. she says: When he rose,to speak he paid the women.tho very great compliment of going straight to his point, giving them briefly, ciaajly but with emphasis the real facts of tho situation with the regard to the need for men. Ho explained the reasons for the breaking up ot the fifth divl'olou tiind gave figures as to tho actual number of available men now o,ver8eai, that never previously had been given to any huf. tjie cabinet. General Mew-burn made a profound ImpreBBloji on his audience. Personally ho reminded me strongly ot General Steele; there was tboBatue soldierly directness, the same ,ai(sumpUon that women wero I 3 o'clock an afternoon tea was served to the parents and town people. Over 350 children were served In the most perfect order one can poncelvo of, not. one hitch was fbundjIn the .whole affalj it was handled 'syBtflmatlcal-ly by -Frincipai Mercer and:hls titaff. ; The affair was' mapaited 'by Principal vMercer and Mp�8r$.r>EEfrl and Clarke and they w6re very fibly assisted blithe lady teachers the Misses Mercer, Snow, Davis, Sutherland and Mrs. Leavltt. The high scljppl pupils also assisted In waiting table, -washing dishes,- etc. The tea'ch'ers 4ieve .-asBlst-ed by a number of wllUng workers who ttifyiaged the cooklnigiAamong thorn were: Mrs. .Merpei'i.^JVfrg; Ma^c Turner, Mrs. Ida WoDd. Mrs.''Clarke, Mrs. Babcock, Mrs.'Bar', 'Mr�'. Tolos-trup and Miss Gibb. It w^s a grand Buccoss from start to'llnlsb'aud a neit sum of money, was turned over to ti(e Becfetary,_which will b^ to purchase two new Singer ,�ewih8inaoti-Ines for uso, in-the RetlJ-Cfb^y rooiqs. The children hre alway^ wljillng to do all they can for patriotic purposes and we'hope thoy will cpntifliie. BuslneM Pen! , A very important V^'hesa deal took place last week whop Wood Bros, sold their butcher buBlneaa to the Magrath Meat MarHet Co. AVood Bros, have been in bi;8inosi) .here fqir a number of years, liefpre (b^m th'e "Pioneer Market" rt?n hy thisli; father Wm. Wood, a iPlonepr butcher ot Utah and Southtjrjj jAlbejta., , Messrs. McConnei, and, "Jlftlef have sold their draylng biiBln^a to Mr. David AVatBon. Mr,>McOpnnBl has had.charge of the driy.i|i|li|�fli'P for a number, of years. Mesdames ChrlB,�'Pou}^f%^%1�^VAor� ence Mercer returiied'^''o'h SSturilay from Edmonton, where- Ibey have been attending tho Womqn's' In�,tltut<} convention. They report na exqelloiit convention and an' pnJoySblo 'trip. Wi-s. Jos. Alston returned ^h'Saturday-from a visit to Taber,-^ and other points in tho Interest of the Primary Assoclotion. �<�''� Annual Celebratlott ; On Monday nextV-Muroh" l'^,-, yio Relief Society will Uold.ittjfllr /iRnual Lunch -wlir-'bo' pervod* alfiil^^'^ people are cordially Invifed On Sunday afterndorli .lf�Nii 17. reaapHftble human beings, ready to 1918, special aervloea; wljl V'e hoUl In IrolP) ftiiS entitled to have the situation commemoration of the praanlzatlbii fully o�p|^liiBd to them, the ot the Relief Society, tlie'Hr�t'woniou's bassador to Italy and Russia. Pound guilty by,a general court mar tial bf refusing to obey orders, eight national army soldiers from St. Paul, Minn., all Socialists,- haive been sen. fenced to long terms of imprisonment in tha Leavenworth vi�enlte�tlary. Seven were sentenced to 25 years cbh-flncment all at hard labor. AVlUlam Harris, ot The Pas band of Indians, while visiting his trap lines, some khirteen miles'from^ Big Eddy, encountered jumping deor tracks covered by those of a lynx. Following these up, he declared ho saw what no old-timer in hunting has known of before-a lynx kilUiig a deer. No doubt the depth of artow hindered the escape of the deef' In connection with a reference to tho necessity for a, special vacant landi tax m Manitoba the Emerson Journal calls attention to \the ,aale of 1,'400 acres in the Riordany district to American parties, the Tender also be Ing an Aijaerican living In Iowa, this being the eighth time the land has changed hands in recent years with out a bushel of grain being produced; Tho present situation In Russia is of extraordinary interest to Prance, not only because ;'of .'the.'vital importance to that country In relation to tBo present war but to the enormous ain' ount of French money loaned tp Russia for many years past. The extent of that interest may be gauged frolft the fact that the French government If as already authorized the payment of interest to Il'rench holders-of Russian bonds up to June to, the amount of $1,433,000,000 owing to the fact that tho Bolshevlkl government has repud lated the national debt. ' organization, ot this dlBpensatloh, ,A special program will be given. On Friday evening, March ID, tho AVard choir will present the operetta "Sylvia." A matinee will bo given In the afternoon at 3 o'clock. See. hand bills and got your tickets early. A delightful evening was spent on Thursday last at, tho home of Mr, Los-lie RasmuBHon when Mr.-Wodjler en tertained a fow ot his friends to a turkey dinner. All present pron'ounoo' tho dinner delicious, credit to Mrs, Raamusaon. Tho guests were ontoici tained by Mr, Unrg EllingsOn with his pleasing songs. ,  . Two nice (lullts sirc being 'raffled by the local Rod Cross. Have you got tt chance on thorn. Thd nuniberB are being sold by tho Boy'Scouts' for 10 cents eacji. Qne of the heat plays ever held In Magrath was that presented' on Bat urday evening by the rtJnUod< Produo lag Cb. "The Wolf," everyone enjpye(j ( it imroensoly. ill ;