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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAX 1618 fHfc LFTimnrooE DAILY IIERALD PAGE Sfc Several Join Mounted In cluding Sdn ftf Martin From Our Owft May chief Item Of interest In Cardstoh the depar from our Of a number of our soldiers who are going This morning Gordon former cashier at ttie Bank of left for and thonco to an lio lins Jojned up with tho Mounted Detachment for oversells H is Hint has been onshler At tho Bank of Montrealfdr some time and Kenneth Woolfi son of Martin anil others in the town and immediate dis trict are Joining up with the same Hao Twb In Spencer son of James volunteered for the Flying but on account of too lilgh blood pressure was not able to qual and has gone to Calgary where he will pYobably join the naval or some other overseas This now makes two sons that Cahoon has in the U Is understood that a dance will he given tonight in tho school audi torium in honor Of departing soldiers of Cardston and Immediate who are known to be going away Tho Alberta Stake Quarterly Con ference has been postponed from the 4tli to the 18th of May for two weeks on account of a telegram received Joseph requested the Hhocla 4 May liast been con fined to the hospital for the past but appears to be mending as well as could be Several cases of small1 pox have been found in the and it ap pears that thisdisease crops up oc casionally Order of the and every householder Is busily en gaged mornings and plant ing a large Soil Zone Superin tendent came into Cardston last evening and effected an organization for this splendid move ment to recruit in this dlstrtct for the Holdiors of the which takes In all boys of the ten age from 15 to 1 and reaching down to 13 und where these boys can be em ployed by and The object of the organization is to bring this young manhood to labor on the soil with competent They Sbadgc of honor aftor haife worked and arc also to get the wages they ofthe district are tirged and fatherly care and not over tip pixy them fairly and Include probably tire pflstmftHters of gomfl other who will take the time to attention to this worthy cause In the following Hill Mountain Boundary Kim Woolford and Aa boys are much more of students than older men and some of the who occasionally find their way into It is believed that the farmers here will be glad to employ lie young Tho town Is employing two the direction of Constable In the of the numerous leaks that have occurred during the winter in tho wateV ho side wlk and road In frontof Jacobs Drownti and on to the creek is undergblng re Installed a splendid machine and mov ed to tho south part Of Card which he The npfth part ofthe building will be oc cupied Freak nnd iaBft Jeweler and electrical fixture Baxter ono of the most busy men in Cardston to as there IS corfBiderdble wiring to be done in the numerous new bull going Tal Sang and Company have opened n most commodious and uptodato cafo find restaurant in tlie corner of the old Cardston mercantile which has been remodelled through Today all proceeds from the sale of meals from 12 to 3 will he turned over to the Hed Cross I as affected SiA lows Card James John Charles Burton and Sylvester takes in the president of the Board of the manager Chief Mountain of the postmaster at the the Cardston and the manager of theCardston Creamery The district to tie taken caro of from will extend to Cooks and Stewards wanted for the Cana dian Naval age SUt to jjer day wall educated pay to per day usual Boy age no Free and service to the Some vaeancies alia for teameo d other Apply Commanding Officer RAINBOW Naval Recruiting Industrial Bureau v MAIN WINNIPEG or Naval Recruiting Secretary The following in the report of pro gress of thepupils of the High school for the commencing January 3rd and ending March A large number of the boys have left school to work on but the following is the report of their progress prior to March All the boysin Grades and who are engaged in farm labor must return and write on the final examinations iin Grade Max Dorothy Church Jessie Hamilton Goldie Cress Kathleen Terrill Alfred Mo rino Norman Hlglnbotham HatUe Popham Dorothy Stafford Marvel Hunt Marvel Hunt Frank Lawford Lucille Horspool Enid Hamilton llprbert Mc Clenaglian Riciiard Pipes Clara Hunt Frances Virtue Mabel Muriel Donaldson Hazel Keith Class average Grade Peter Melling Iva Hunt Maggie Minn Winston Hyssop Sloan Ruth Matson Jessie Bickell Ailaen McCarthy Violet Ruth In man Elsie Fowler Fair field Roelop Van Haarlem Myrtle Gillies Kalph Waddington Koy Fetter Alice Hardte Nellie liobison Lyle Cum ining Paul Matson Madeline Lynn Mary Moore Verda Spacknan Jessie McCallmnv Madge Baskerville Bert Niven David Davis Margaret Mc liillop Grade i Ingram Dunsworth Hamilton Chnrch Wil liams Gibbons Church MacEachern Smith Johnson Beiswauger Knowlden Marrs Young Peduzzi Kippen Spackman Holman Denoon Davis Dosse McMillen Fitzpatrick Davis Westcott Orabb Baskerville Gil lies Ridpath Grade IX A Jacob Muscovitch Lloyd Dun ham Sidney Ingram Helen McDonald Ruth Galbraiitli JohnOliver Mary Thorburn Blckel Marjorle Sher lock Mary Ostlund Dagmar Sandqulst Gertrude Wyman Aitken James Thom son Arthur Green Alan Robertson Christine Nelson John Van Haarlem Maisie Bowman May Flinn Willie Grant Lillian Morris Lorna Simpson Agnes Marjorte Bourns Robert Erica Olander Grade IX B Stanley Hargieaves Ralph Nichols Blanche Baiderson Ruth Jackman Varna Shprman Turcotte Gordon Morri son Dennis MclLeod Lewis Marshall Katf Spulcling Jennie Uixby Enid Dickput Symonds Glenn Lathrop Percy Blunt Cecil Hutton Ceclle Don ahue Bert Colliler Alan Dick son Elmer Gelger Gretta Wil son CyrlL Wellington Kate Backus Chas Sang Grade IX Louise Smith Eva Pearson Beatrice Jones Edith Ahrtens Janet Mcllvena Thelma Nelson Lillian Proctor Sylvia Kuzz Cyril Hpult Mafy Wardman Elsie Westcatt Nora Maolebd Ruth MocHford Martin Flora Geohegan Mona ena Felnstein Rex Faprel Gen oveive McMahon Horn Annabel Davis Surf ace Work To let by in Township Range eighteen south of Grassy six miles northeast of Work consists of harrowing and seeding to Will let all or any Spring now The Lathrop Land Telephone 1865 ES FLAVEUE Cape Says Canada Tired of This Plutocrat May much head wily was with tho debate on the budget In the commons The maritime province James of and Mackenzie North Capo oc cupied the time after prelimlnAtim had boon disposed ot until ten ocfOek in the Mclsaac expressed tlio that thfi people of Canada should bo mnke all sacriflttiiijicaos sary to win the a npocfal plea for railway ser vice for the people of Princo Edward Sir Wilfrid Laur inrs desk who spoke for over three covered a wide range of relating political condit past and At the even ing sitting he devoted considerable I attention to Sir Joseph de claring that the people of the coun try were getting tired of tho great plutocratic Sir Joseph Major Redman of East Calgary agreed with the incomq tax Ho believed that the increases in the income lax would readily be accepted by the people in view of the heavy financial obligations of the North Cape taking up the question of refer red to the war taxes which were levied immediately after the outbreak of the The amounts raised by these he were included in the surplus shown irf the ministers state he was bad and he urged that a special account should be kept for war The Victory said McKen had been a great success but for this the present government and its predecessor could take very little The country was wealthy but that wealth had been brought about by the administration of Sir Wilfrid Undue Profits McKenzie declared that undue profits had been made in connection with the war by gentlemen too closely connected with the He said it was his intention to bring to notice of tho cabinet some of the works of these gentlemen and there his duty It was then up to the government to act and see that doings of these parasites and leeches on blood life of the country were speedily JlcKenzieargued that Canadian money was being spent in part by the Imperial Munitions The peo pie of tho country were getting tired ot the great Sir Joseph I It wlntako to imagine that there 1WS iKrOne who could do anything eiMpt Sir Joseph Fiav The cotmfry adder that It was tho hydraulic presume ot Sir Joseph Klavollo and his frlemis which had lifted OConnor out of I admit there IB some ground for uddnd Mc The time Igtongjoverduc when the Muronet whose conscience knows no should bo retired from public said I trust steps will he taken to prevent further MOULDERfeU Stfy iron ami brass foundries arc closed today as a result of strike of noon uld Representatives of the compan ies said thafthfe plants would he clos ed until the men were willing io work for tt day the wages received when they Struck for u kitchener School Board voted to Ue by boys in tinpur chase of Repayment of tho loan will be made out of The ordination service of MK ItecdH of Etzlkqm to the Baptist min istry was held last night In the local church This service followed the examination of the candidate ro his Christian call to tho ministry and his views on Christian who was subjected to tho gruelling peculiar to the form of ordination peculiar to this church and who stood the test In a manner quite satisfactory ttt the The evening service was opened by the pastor of the after which tho followjng addresses were Welcometo the by charge to the candidate by McNulty of Calgary the call of the worldwide by Cross of The ordination sermon was dollvcr od by Huntley of First Bap who gave an ex cellent address from ho The Religion of the In which he claimed Christ unity was ft pro paganda which bids for tho finest capabilities of using the greatest challenges and calling for thn Al the close of the sermon Jarnes Dlsson of High River led in the ordination prayer which closed the Rev Reeds dismissed with the A much appreciated feature of tho ser i vice was a solo by wan at a delight ami n contrlbiv Uoeds left for hla field t Nursing Slatnr Herllia of who has served in France and has been appointed mtvt ron of Strathcona Military Paderewski has stopped playing un til Poland Is freed from Hun Unreserved Auction Sale OF LAND AND BARN AND IMPLEMENTS AT THE 12 4th At Diamond City On the 2Oth of May AT TWO OCLOCK SHARP HOUSE 4 rooms down 14x14 room kitchen addition 6 rooms upstairsand large room 1 barn for 12 horses 1 large chicken house 1 large granary 1 tool LAND 19 morn or 15 acres broke ready for and all IMPLEMENTS 1 disc 1 hay rack 1 walking beam plough 1 walking stubble plough 1 wagon 1 democrat 1 set heavy double team harness and all kind of tools for repairing 2 paddles 1 riding FURNITURE 2 kttoien cupboards 1 sjdeboard with bevel glass 5 dressers 7 7 good mattresses 1 dining table 1 1 steel bath tub J ttjbaking cabinet 1 6hole range with reservoir 2 heaters incubator iivlfbod shape 1 long kitchen table 12 dining cfcafrs and a quantity of other things cooking TERMS CASH as the proprietor had to sell on account ot ill health to give up Auctioneer Cleveland Tractor Will Be Demonstrated at Lethbridge ON MAY 1918 IN THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE CITY ON 1ZTH AVENUE ADJOINING THE PUBLIC CEMETERY ON THE THE CLEVELAND TRACTOR is the most efficient and economical tractor on the Dont fail to see FOUNDRY Limited Alberta Distributors Calgary RENKENBERGER Lethbridge Distributor 428 Filth Street South AUCTION SALE of HORSES and CATTLE HAVING DECIDED TO RETIRE FROM STOCK I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AT NEW BARNES NEAR ROYAL 0N RIVER FIVE MILES OF ON MAY THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED STOCK 16 good heavy young most all In age from 3 to 5 years old good heavy young broke and ready to work i 3 yearling Work harness 2 1 rod muley cow in calf 1 roan muley cow In calf 1 roan 3 years old 1 red cow with calf at foot 1 red muley fresh soon 2 2yearold steers 1 3yearold steer 3 yearling BIG FREE LUNCH AT 12 SALE STARTS TERMS OF SALE Onehalf cash time will be given till November purchaser giving note with approved secur ity bearing 8 from 10 per off an credit N Owner Auctioneer NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS Emmerson PowerLift Eftgine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CORNER SECOND AND THIRTEENTH FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wish ing lo secure help should apply immediately to who has charge of this free Phone 1603 Do You Want Breaking Done If you want your land broken and can not make your own kipdly notify Board of Trade Building who has been appointed by the provincial to bring together those engines or horses Bud can contract or breaking with those who nave breaking to Can You Do Breaking If you are lu a position to do breaking please get in touch with has stated has been sent here by the government to tell you who have breaking for you to Board of Trade Building Lethbridge PHONE 1W I 1 n ;