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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILV HERALD FRIDAY, MAHCH 22, RED CROSS SOCIETY Barons. .March '..-- Ki-,>-m of .Barons brunch of tho Hod Cross society since Ociober. 1MK. for tho present year is as folk/u.-: Officers-President, Mrs. p. K. Kennedy; first vice-lM-osiot ni. Mrs. ,l;is. Blackwood; scooiui \ -ico-prc-iiieM. Mr. H. Murray. Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. A. C. Freeman. Since Dcjoivr the society has sent out. three .--hlnments of the foUowine 91 towels. 23 pair socks. ".5 nurses sleeves. 51 'I'ri. bandages, pillow cases. 11 nurse*- aprons. 47 liaiulkov-chiefs, I" sursic.-.l o;i{w, VJ kit bags. 33 ]?. P. covers. :i suits ryijntas. 13 wringers. 17 many t ailed bandages. .". day shins-a total of r.Ki articles. Auxiliary Branch. Otr auxiliary bnroih at Garden Prai- tliem for the many times thny have given Die society the hall -ra^is. To .Mrs. fj. KlticJi t.'i.Tiiks is also due for her donation of music in past dances. Tito society wishes to take this opportunity to thai)k a!! those who so generously iissisted in niakins the tint! iv success. In October, the lied f'ro^s ladies, aitled by private contributions, sent It! t'hrisuvtns boX'-s to our home bo: s overseas, ami replies iiave been received from till except in;; four. | The next meeting of the society wilt { iie held at the homo of Mrs, YV. Coo- I >>ir on Thursday. March ..>:!!, at i p.m. Any new mer.iiur- will be cor dially wolconted to ;he society. FARMERS ON THE LAND: GOALDALE Doing Some Spring Work.-Annual O. E. S. Knli Great Success PROHIBIT EXPORT il'i-em Our Own Cen-'spi Coaldale, March 21.-The Upave their annual ball on rie has also articles. The socio;, at the home; and each ire" ply of work which eaab'.. shipment rnt a thiptnen'. of 1> meets every two weeks of the different members r.'.lHT t:\k"s i'ome a sup-to d.> Iieiweeu meetitis* - n0 month is t'orivanied to Calgary towards the "Kit I!;-.;: !"und." and as there are always spoei.i' appeals made > . us. any donation S gr.teftllly rectiv:: i:. Mr .1. M. Pilaris. St:.': Mr. ul:;., >"-. Mi's. C. Turner. Jo: '.':v. J is-, i.ia.-kw.od. the I'nion Hank. .Messrs. Murray and Cooper. Montreal, Mar. - Tlie following notice has been issued by the Canadian !taihvay board to all Canadian railways aiient the prohibition of wood pulp exportation: "Order In council at Ottawa prohibits exportation of chemical wood pulp, meeh-ant-enl wood pulp and newsprint paper to all des'inations outside of Canada except under license issued by the war trade board. Shipments billed prior to March 2\ will be permitted to go through without licenses. On and after March 21 railways in Canada should not accept such shipments unless accompanied by licenses issued by war trade board, Ottawa." ROWELL WILL NOT REPLY IMMEI Ottawa. Mar. 21.- i !!--�-'- J nient service. The. newspapers will be j used for this work where the department has no regular employment of- of the former. R. J. Baldry spent a few days last week in Calgary on a business trip. Roger Lund appears these days behind the wheel of a classy E 60 McLaughlin roadster, the first of its class in the province. Miss Avlyn Honeysett spent from Friday to Monday, visiting her sister, Miss Gertrude, at the Claresholm Agricultural school. H. A. Suggitt spent Tuesday in Calgary. Mr. Norman Wells, who was around Coaldale all last summer, but who ed the other day, bringing his bride with him. We extend to them congratulations. I Work on Land i'ice. Some work has already begun on COYOTE HUNTERS AT t I (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, March 20.-A jolly surprise party of local Rebekahs called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fraser on Tuesday evening to say au revoir to Miss McKinnon who was leaving on the evening train for Calgary. Before their departure they presented Miss McKinnon,' who is a Past Noble Grand ' and a highly esteemed member of the order, with a very pret- . ty little finger cameo ring as a token of remembrance of their many happy . associations. j Coyote Huntert. i A most earnest and bloodthirsty crowd of warriors set out on Saturday afternoon last to bring to bay the numerous packs of coyotes which in-; fest this fair district. Great and cun-' ning were the plans and orders laid down at headquarters, and early in the : morning all officers and their com-j panions were at their appointed points : of cover. The Fishburn army stretch-1 ed forth along the banks of the Koot-' nay river and consisted of high offl-: cers in observation cars, on horseback and in armored runabouts. The rest I of the rank and file, of which were i several ladles (gumbooted and armed,) ; cautiously approached well-known coyote haunts, and after a while had about a dozen on the run. On and on ; they went over hill and dale, barbed j wire fence, or whatever lay in their | path, nor did they" even stop for lunch, so interested in their chase wer6 these j shotgun armed men. I About three p.A. however, lunches were remembered and partaken, the chase was then resumed, but about four o'clock the straggling warriors began to forget their lust for coyote blood, and somehtrw, the remembrance Parents: Let your boy enroll in tli Soldiers Of the Soil SUPPOSE your boy joins the Soldiers of the Soil and patriotically helps to increase Canada's food production: -And suppose he likes the work and the life; -And he decides to make farming his vocation in life; \ -Wouldn't you be glad? What business or life is more assured than the farmers ? War and famine and pestilence may ravage the world, but these misfortunes seldom ever reach the fanner to make him suffer. He may have lean years, but he also has fat ones and his larder is never empty. He has problems to solve and sometimes they are difficult, but who has none? The safest, soundest, most healthful, most assured and independent' life in the world is that of the Canadian Farmer. Why not give your boy a chance to see whether he will like the life or not? Why not have him enroll with the Soldiers of the Soil for a few months and learn a little of the work and the life. While at the same time he helps Canada to meet this, the most serious food crisis of the war? Every boy, besides earning fair wages, will be decorated by the Dominion of Canada with a Bronze Badge of Honour. Enrollment begins on March 17th and continues for a week. Enroll with High School Teachers, Y. M. C. A. Secretaries, Boy Scout Masters and others. Don't forget Canada wants 25,000 boys from IS to 19 years, inclusive, for the Soldiers of the Soil. CANADA FOOD BOARD Ottawa J. D. McGregor, Director Agricultural Labour Th e WO lriwm QATURDAY 23rd and MONDAY 25th will be an epock to the buying public. We thank our numerous customers for the response to our past eight-day Whirlwind Sale which exceeded our expectations and for the last two days we offer Every Suit, Overcoat, Furnishings Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, over 250 New Rain Coats, arrived this week, included, at a Discount of 20 per cent All Stiff Hats, half price. Trunks, Suit Cases and Club Bags, Gloves and Gauntlets- 80c on The Dollar All our standard Overalls and Jackets, $1.75 each. 80c on the dollar on all Boys' Suits and Overcoats. COME EARLY AND OFTEN to this MONEY-SAVING WHIRLWIND SALE Extra help to wait on you. Was sorry so many could not be waited on Saturday last THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST ;