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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAHCH 30, im* DAILY ffKftAM) PACK NTNE DISTRICT NEWS FATALLY INMD Geo. Allen of Row Inland Meet* Triple Death-Other News Of Dint.let ^ua*U or Mr*. J, llendtrion for  'ow daya. . Mr, A. Y. Wert*, 01anl�f �ire�i, wuji a weokewd �ii��t at Medicine Hat. Don't rorinl tlio IiIk rtnii'o being Klvtn in Uib I.O.O.I". hall (in Monday nlK>t under Ui� auspice* M tbo local Hvbnkati lodicii. Mm. Ij. I'lrrlnrion, Mlaa I'ndoraon and Mr. K. M. llotorofl warn reKlnlor-od at tlio (>r.[\ Kotol, Mndlndent) now Hland, March 28.--'A particularly aad neddont occurred Wodnes-day nftornooti which resulted In tlio death of Mr. Cloo. Allnn, Hr., a highly rosnectgd resident or thin district. Mr. Alien had bonn Hlioppltin In town and wna rotnrnlnR to hl� farm south or town' with n load of onta and four horses. Will In dnncnndlnK a lilll Mr. Alien lost his control of tlio rolna and In aomo manner lost his balance, falling id tho ground. From the fall Mr. Allon simtnlned fatal injuries, punning away Thursday at noon. Mr. Allen will bo sincerely missed by hli wide clrclo of friends In this vicinity whoso sympathy la extended to thoBa left to ttiourn His loan. Evangelist Services. Commencing on Saturday evening, Rov, 11. A. Barton, an onthuslastlc evangelist, who moves and delights his nudloncea everywhere, will conduct services In tho United church. Mr. Harton will continue his meetings ovory evening (excepting Saturday) for three weeks, and evoryono Is cordially invited to oitend. Mr. .and Mrs. R. S. Deatflo, Broadway, were  visitors In Medicine Hat over the week-end. M,.B/C, Batemnn of Macleod spent tho week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. � W. A. Uateman, Trucks street.   � The rogular monthly meeting of tho 'Masonic lodge was held on Tuesday evening' with a good representative attendance present to enjoy the session. Mr. Carlson reached home on Friday after spending tho winter In Honolulu. Mr. John' RaBmussen of Burdett was a visitor. In town on Friday. The 'ducks recently raffled by the Red Cross society were won by Mrs. Orlck, Loucks street, arid Mr. Brat-ton, Bell street, holders of tho lucky numbers. Women's Institute. On Thursday afternoon the (members of tho Women's Institute entertained In the rest room in honor ot Mrs. Sutton, president, who Is leaving shortly to reHldo in Rotlaw, Miss Matson, who has been operating tho switchboard in tho Stories confectionery for tho past fow months, loft on Friday' for Cartlston. Mr. rfnd Mrs. Leo Hamel of Burdett,' word;tho guesia of Mr*, and Mrs. H. Smith on Monday. For Red Croat. Tho Red Cross society is to be congratulated on boing able to pre sent to a Bow Island audience such an artist as the Danish violinist, Skovgaard, who with his troupe will give an entertainment In the I.O.O.F. hall on April 8. 'This will be ono of the most Important musical events that has ever taken place here, and tho society is confidently expecting nn audience that will tax the seating capacity of the I.O.O.F. hall. Tickets are now available. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Miller, whose marriage was.recently solemnized in Eastern Canada, arrived home on -Monday. Entertainment. The tea and entertainment given by the United Sunday school in the United church on Wednesday evening will long be remembered as a- distinctly -pleasant  event. After tho childron had partaken of tholr supper a very excellent programmo was rendered, the parents and friends of the pupils being present to enjoy its numbers. Much credit is due to tho teachers and officers of the school for their untiring efforts throughout the year and to the children themselves for their excellent work in the preparation of the programme presented on Wednesday evening. That the parents of the pupils appreciate these admirable endeavors was clear-.ly demonstrated by the persistent applause audibly expressed on Wednesday evening. An Accident. An Accident; which might easily nave been attended with more serious results occurred on Wednesday when a McLaughlin car driven by Lloyd Garrison turned over. The driver was uninjured, but the car was badly damaged. Mrs. Van Bell, First avenue, will entertain as her Eastor guest her Bister, Miss F. York of the Good Cheer school. / Mr. Arthur Mack, Olquist street, is at present in the Cardston district endeavoring to locate his horses, � The LadleB' Aid of the United church will1 be entertained at the home,of Mrs; R. 11. Robertson, Ol-qulBt street, on Thursday afternoon. Ail members are requested to be �resent, as this meoting promises to  an especially interesting one.. Mrs, \Vm. Prowso and daughter Mildred are at present in Medicino Hat. Mr, Alex, Hamilton of Burdett waa a visitor hero on Tuesday. Friends in this district will be pleased to learn Mrs. Hamilton is progressing favorably after her t recent illness, which necessitated her removal to Vancouver. � I'*if ! Mr !t�d bt Ml�M� lt��i, limn mi4 ftoturt �p�nt Bandar with rrt��d* �t Iron Spring*. UUi Hehimak rMitra^d yctUmtay from an eiirn-lsd �ult to llafcff afl4 vtelnftf. Mr. and Mm 'JI.-m I'qiur p�nt l��l w�wk in ':�iK�ry. i-KiiiriUog on ifefl-day't train. C. H. n. Colony Mr. Mid Mr� K. K. Itoboruon m��. ml l��t w(tttnk*it !�>/� I hpA �t r >.(' . UtiiA iMfpon* are a* "f "ioc h�*tog l>M� *Ol�T�4 �Ki !��.��� u a. �'*.* >"*i i� (pending a few days with b�r itliur, Mn. It. J,; Oould. | tluter tvrricm will bo appropriate-1 ly ob�*rv It is believed that thousands who wear (lasses can now discard tbem in a reason- Have table tine and multitude* more will b� able to strengthen their eyes so as to be spared-the:trouble nnd expense of ever Setting" glasses. Eye troubles ot many ascription*-may be wonderfully benefited by the use ot this prescription. Go to any activi drug store and get a bottle of Bon-Opto tablet*. Drop one Bon-Opto tablet In a fourth of a glass of water and let It dissolve, With this liquid bathe the eyes two to four times daily. Tou should notice your eyes clear up perceptibly right from the start and inflammation and redness'will quickly disappear. If your eye* bother^you even a little it ia your duty to take step* to save tbem now before it Is too late. Many hopelessly blind might have .saved their sight if they bad cared for their ejesjn time* .. the aheveartide w*i submitted, uld: "Yj� U�: Wa-Opto prescription li tnlr � wendertal ey*m�edy. 1� eonitltaent innedlenu arcwell HewiTto eminent eye �pecl�lUta and widely ctoccrtbed by them. I have used It very iuc-eetsmlly in my own practice on/patients whoa; era*-Wan attained through overwork or aaltflt �laaaai. I ran alfhly recommend It in case ol liweakTwatery, Mblns. amartlnf. itcbln*. bum- Inraraa. red lldi, blnrred vlalon or for area In-ftM&taTftom cxposnr* to amoke, tun. dost ot wind: It U one of tile very few preparations I feal shoald be kept on band for re�ular nae In aiaoat erery family." Boo-Opto>� referred to (rave? Ia not �, patent iMdlclM.or aaecret reaMdr. It la aa eUiieal preparation, the for-a�tl*:bela* printMpa the package. The man-ancturcra anaraatee it to atrenttben eveaiiM m Mr cent in one waek'a time in many Inatancea of refond the maney. It can be obulned frooi My iood Uref.lrt sad i� taU la ttia c�y by Knight-Watson Ranching Company, Limited, offer for sale one of the largest and best herds of Hereford Cattle in Canada, consisting of Cows and Calves, two-year-old Steers and Heifers, yearling Steers and Heifers, also a number of good Hereford Bulls These cattle are all one straight mark and brand. Owing to the sale of part of our lease we are compelled to dispose of these cattle this year Parties interested in part or all of these cattle will kindly address us at  Box 713, Lethbridge #1 Knight-WatsonRanchingCompany Hill Block Umited m SOME 0ER. F. DYGERrS PERCHERON AND BELGIAN STALLIONS I have just received another importation of good young Percheron and Belgian Stallions and Mares. Never have such a collection of real draft- / ers been shown before in Canada. Gonieahdmakelyo^r choice, our pn . ' . , Write or Phpne 53Q Lethbridge, Alta. v mm mm*- Si 1 I* Barn on Third Ave. Office 634.9th St, S -I 1 � M\mY mm.. �i� 9 ft K �l.V-;:if. __________ ;