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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETIIBRIDGK PA1LY HERALD, OUT SHOOTING FOR TITLES. Xo. I. S. Fielding; Hons, on the fourth-day of the parliamentary Session. Ernest Lnpolntc; 3, J. It. Durnham; 4, H. F. Ntckle. wort in tho Hold in anti-title reaolu. FARMERS READY . AT FOREMOST iKrvm Our Own CorrespoiiilenO Foremost. Mar. 29.-The C. P. R. has begun work on the fill east of town. They are putting in a temporary bridge. The line will lie ready for traffic in about eight or ten days. We understand that large concrete culverts are to be a feature of the ivork on the permanent structure. Hail to points east has been carried in wagons, the roads not permitting of motor transport. The, farmers are busy this week Betting ready for spring work. -The big tractors have been in town this week for a brush-up, preparatory to Che.blK drive commencing next Week. The talk is in terms of gasoline aiul lubricating oil. not of horse and harness. The enterprising farmers of this locality have been quick to seize, the opportunities afforded by the tractor. H. H. Parker, inspector of schools, has gone to K.lmonton to attend the teachers' convention. I*. A. Wiltse has returned from Rochester. Minn. The children of the Sunday school gave a fine interpretation of the Indian tvar dance on Tuesday night. A most successful concert program was carried out. Mr. R. Gillis is to be complimented on tho success of ,his work in connection with the affair.' We are sorry to have to report tlw; death in Nebraska of Mrs. R. Watls. l^of Foremost. Death followed after a serious operation which was borne with great fortitude. The deceased lady had n large circle of friends here; We extend to Mr. Walls our sincere sympathy in his great sorrow. SPRING COULEE tFrom Our Own Cortrsbondent) Spring Coulee. .March 23.-The evl-! dences that spring is near tire abutid-' ant. Farmers are busy all around putting the finishing touches to their j outfits, so that there will bes no | hitch when tlte frost Is put of tiie | ground. One or two have made a ! start., Others will follow soon. | Mr. no us^Ior it he said, so the magistrate suspended sentence for one year.,.. Detective;"Wajlis did a neat bit of work in:*lricklng up the culprit as Fruhter could give no description of him. v ' After court Chief Hardy thanked Magistrate Elton for. the excellent relations which had always.obtained between the magistrate ^and the police force. Mr. Ee'tton reciprocated the compliment. .The successor to Mr. Elton in the position has not yet been named, but ah announcement should be forthcoming Monday. i. 'b ^Something Which Is Most Worthy of Your Support /  UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST A MAN-THE. FATHER OF A LARGE FAMILY-WHO HAS BEEN ' ILL FOR: THREE YEARS, AND WHO IS BEING SENT TO MAYO BROS. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER, THE DANCE ON MONDAY, APRIL 154 ' In the K. P. Hall is in Support of the movement1 ; "' i . \, VO? � �'� � � '�  . . ...... IF YOU DESIREr.TO ASSIST IN A MORE SUBSTANTIAL WAY YOU WILL BRIGHTEN A HOME AND BRING CHEER. TO SEVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER'AND BREAD WINNER HAS BEEN LAID ASIDE SO LONG. ' ' - : , 50c Tickets for the Dance ... .. $1.0Q. Extra Ladies .. NVITAT40N8 F"ROM MR. KNOWLDEN OR ANY LADY MEMBER OF THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION MAY BEH�ENT8T0E T� 8P^CIAL ASSISTANCE IT WILL BE.GRATEFULLY RECEIVEO AND jr. KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD* London, March , SO^Although the London newspapers'regard the situation on the western front as still serious, there is. noticeably a tone of greater confidence in their discussion i of the battle now in its;tenth day. The . Daily Mail devotes particular attention to the^fighting In the direction of ! Amiens, which it regards as the most important. .The Daily Mall says: "Until Mon.t Didier is recovered and the Germans are beaten back from recent positions1! east of-Amiens the situation must remain -serious.. ,;French resorvea continuously are arriving and entering the battle,,but as/yet the Gerr man. advance cannot be  spld to have been stopped." / v Tho Daily Graphic bellevosrthat today's 'newa is' distinctly encouraging, while the Daily Telegraph Bays; "The week ends fairly well,. It has been the most anxious tira'fl.for the allies since the opening days of the war, but tho enemy has been slowed up and every day.that passes strengthens our confidence the more." : * �> > > > * ?* > ? * GOLD AND SILVER TRINKET ' * During-the early days of the war, the women of England organized the "Silver Thimble Fund" and, jate>;. in the United States, a similar tiocloty was started called the "Treasure and Trinket Fund." TheMJuccess Of those two .societies has boe'jL'ao^grefttA.tliat the Claresholm Chapler.M^O, D|, E., U&n ""organized . Vte^gUM'fm^' 'SUver Trinket Fund ot Alberta" in aid of the �war veterans of tho province, the Idea being to collect broken or discarded pieces of jewelry and anything of stl-be converted to into ver ;or gold money. The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. 1 q.D.K. has bee� to collect in Halifax. N.a, Mar. 30.-Wm. Ward of the relief construction st^ff, which liRtl a* workshop in tho basement of tho King Edward hotel, was burned to death this morning! whenMho hostelry was partly dostroyed by flro. * Some ot tho guests nt tho hotel had-nnrrow escapes us the fire apparatus was delayed, owing to � faulty wlarm box. They were saved only-by tho timoly intervention of a squad of bluejaukata from H.'M.S. Klobo at tho dock" yard nonrby. The damage is estimated at $30,000. * . SATURDAY, MARCH 30,*IO18 ----'-a^r* Ottawa, ;Mar* OG.-^Tho following ro-ply has} boon received turotigh sir Edward "koi'np-rroht Uout. GenornlSir Artlttif CttrHe to thq mossngo rocunt-ly,Hont by Sir Robert llordon on behalf of tho Cnnudlntt pooplo to the Canadian forces: '  "Plenun convoy to Sir llobsrt llor-deti and to tho pooplo ot Canada mir heartfelt gratltttdn for their mn��ni�' of appreciation for tho pant and con-fltloiicm.nnd hope tor tho future, With an ovor-liici'odHlntf knowlodgo of ibo JuBtlcu -of our f.nuRo. Inspimd and stroiiRtliotiod by llio prnyorit ot tiiomi at homo, wo contomploto tho pre�out orlals with oalm and jitondtant hontts, Whon tho cftl) cornea 1 ntu nontldoni. Unit ranks of tho corps will continuu to play their part and maintain and ontmnco tholr proud record." Vnticotivor Is to hnvo a municipally-ownod fish mnrkot. - braid's best Coffee A romance of fifty years ago culminated a tow days ago at Snult Sto. Marie, when Josoph Pauquette "and Charlotte Hes'atllon were united in wedlock, tho Uov. Arthur S.> Cook officiating. Tho groom, who is 71 years of age, and the bride, who is 72, were close friouds in their childhood days. with its exquisite 'flavour' -and aroma, is a drink of delight-- "Morning, Noon and Night" In Sealed Tins. .--> Ask your grocer. BRAID'S BEST TEA is the best tea  la New April Numbers of Rigoletto*s sond that won Stracciari fame The climax of Stracciari's triumphant debuts in both New York and Chicago was his dramatie singing of Cortigiani vil razza dan' ./w/f/. And this is the song he Ijas now recorded as his Columbia masterpiece. A Nvohderful jecord, reproducing the world-famous baritone's art at its best. 49192-$1.50 > Oscar Seagle sings 'The 4 Beautiful Me of Soiuewhere It has been well said of Oscar Searfe that he always "sings from the heart." And never, has he proved it better than in this beautiful and sympathetic recording of McKinley's favorite hymn. On the back, "Tea Thousand Times Ten Thousand." A2487-J1.0Q exquisite 'cello record of "Spring Song" Acknowledged by musical critics as the creates^ living 'cellist* Casals has won even wider popularity through ' the radiant beauty of hjs Columbia Records. His inter- s pretation of Mendelssohn's "Sprine Sofig" is'an amazing rcvelatiori of the 'cello's rrjusical possibilities. ^ ' A6020-51.50 ,Harry and :iy back!w A corkine patiidtit sonc hit that will surely appeal to "the giris they left behind them.-'  Coupled, Appropriately enough, with another lively, timely popular air,. "I'll Gome Back to You When It's Ah\ Over." Both sung by Arthur Fields, the loldicr baritone. ; A2496-8Sc Many. Other Sparkling Numben �>. > The�e ate only a few winners from the wonderful, com- . iile'lc Apr>' of Columbia Records including 61 different lelectiunt. Beautiful faster music, opera songa, " orchealral numbers, monologue*, patriotic airs, long lilts, cljildren's records, and dance music. Be sure to get the full list, from the nearest Columbia dealer. Send some records to your soldier, There is i Columbia . (prafouola in his Y.M. C. A. or Knights of Columbus " .hut.. . ,  v Nt* CdnU* JUurft � J.W ihs iotk ( E<�rf lUalk Columbia Graphophono Company, Toronto^ ; .: CriaU�Ctsl�u WltkslNtikw il'E KENNY & ALL1N CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel �Phone 1487 The Drug-Book Stora, 21 ;