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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MAX 3, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAII.Y IIERALD PAGE SEVEN CARDSTONMEN I Several Join Mounted Police, In-eluding Son (if Martin Woolf, M.P.P. �-- \, (From Our Own Corr^snonrtcnt) Cnrdstoii, Mny 1.-The clilet Itoni Of Intui'cal. Ill CnrUston Is llio dopnr-turn fiom our midst of a number oC our Holdicrs who nro going ovorflcaH. Tills iiiornliiK Jlr. Gordon Manilltoii, rornicr cnslilor lit the Ifivfon Bank of t!aimda, left I'or T.pthbrlrtgo and tlienco to KoKlir.1, and Include probably the postmanterH of some otlior InillvlduajH who will take the tlmo to glvo Rltontlon to tliia worthy cause in the tollowinB v111';iboh:; Olonwoodvlllo, Hill Spring, Cnldwoll, Mountain View, Unazor, I^avltt, Houndary Creek, Aetna, Kimball, Taylorvillo, Woolford and Haley. As hoys are much more ot students than older men and ,csiiecially some of (ho I.WAV. clasfl who occaKionally i:ind their way into the district, it is beliovod that the farmers here will be glud to employ llio young mbn. The town is employing two men, nndcrv the direction of Cojiatable Hunt, in the repair ot the numerous Icaka that hav^ occurred during the winter in the wat^r; mains. The side walk and road In front- of. Z. VV. .Tacoljs' aiidpr. S.B. Drown'u and on to the creek bridge, is undergoine repairs. , .Mr. J. h. 'Rynhart lias inRtjilled a I splendid linlshlnK* m'acli'ino and inov ai! !uiM joined up "P'on' , , with the Mounted Detachment f''"'. Cardston morcan,tllc store, ity, and lius gone to Culgary where he �will probahly join the naval or some other overseas unit. This now makes two .sons that Mr. Cahooii has In the army. It Is understood that a dance will bo given tonight in the school auditorium in honor of depiirting soldiers of Cardston and Imraedialo district, who are known to bo going away soon. I 'i'he Alberta Stake Quarterly Conference has been postponed from the 4th to the 18 th of May for two weeks on account of a telegram received from I'reBldeiit ,Iosepii i''._gmltli, who re(iuested the postiionomont. .Mrs. iUioda 4- May has been confined to the hospital for the past week, but appears to ho mending as well as could bo expected. Several cases of small pox have been found in the district, and it appears that this disease crops up occasionally where, least expected. Gardenlngv-lg-' the order of the day, and every householder is busily engaged mornings and evenings, planting a large war garden. Soldiers,of Soil Organization. Mr. C. B. -AlcKlnnon, Zone Snperln-tiMuieiit S.O.S., belhbrldgo, came into C'ardston last evening and effected an organization tor this splendid movement to recruit in this district tor the Holdiors ot the soil, which takes In all boys of (he teen age from 15 to lit inclusive, and. reaching down to l:! and 14, whore these boys can be om-liloyed by relative.? and friends. The object of the organization is to bring this young manhood to labor on Dig soli with competent farmers. They are','g!vQti tt-hndgo of honpr alter they' liaV'e worked suttlclently, and nrb also to get the wages they earn. The CstihoTS. of the district" are urged t6rglv6 u "^kindly and fatherly care to the young.'mon, and not overwork them,-.ancilt^)' pay them fairly for ^ho-.liibOr.'t'l^Qy'-iiertorm. Th(S'oriWnlgafjipIl;-. as affected s^t Cardslo'ri'^aS^asJfollows: President; Thomas' w. .�i3uqe;,.-!Secrebary, J. Y; Hard;. Suporvlisdi^,' James C. Cahoon, Harry. .Alclntoaii', John F. Parrish, Cliarle'; W. 13urton, Fred Burton and Sylvester Low. This takes in the president of the Board of Trade, the manager of 'tho' -Chiet Mountain Creamery, and .secretary of tjio U.K. A., tlve postmaster at Cardston, the editor of the Cardston Globe, and the , manager bt the d�\rd.ston Creamery Association. The district to lis taken caro o� from Gards(on will extend to which has been remodelled throughout. To-day all proceeds from the sale of meals from 12 to 3 will ho turned over to the Hod Cro.ss Association. Plavelle. It was a mistako to imagine that there-was no one else who could do anything e:^ept Sir .Insepli Flav-ellc. The country believed, added Mr. McKenzle, that it was the hydraulic pressure of Sir Joseph Flavcllc, and his friends which had lifted Mr. O'Connor out of office. "I admit there Is some ground for It," adilid .Mr. McKenzle., "The tliijo Is long overdue wlicii the IJiironet whose conscience laiows no qualms, should be retired fiom imbllc life," Bald Mr, McKenzle. 'i trust steps will be taken to prevent further profiteering." Cooks and Stewards wanted for the Canadian Naval Service. Cooki, age 18-50, expericaMd. P�y ylo Cum-ming 02.8, 'Paul -Matson 02.0, Madeline Lynn 02.2, Mary .Moore Gl, Verda Spacknan 58.5, Jessie McCallam 5S.3, Madge IJasjkervillo 57, Bert Niven .%.3. David Davis 50.2, Margaret Mc-Killop 51.7. ' Grade X. �fj. Ingram 89, Z, Dunsworth 88.9, B. Hamilton 80, H. Chitrch 83, A, Williams 79, M. Gibbons 77, E. Church 7C.6, B. MacEachern 76, D. Smith 75.6, R. Johnson 75, C. Beiswauger IS, R. Knowldon 59, -M., Delay S7, J. Marrs 55, G. Young 54, C. Peduzzl 53, E. Klppen 50. A. Spackmau 72.5, V. Holman '71, J. Deuoon 09, E. Davis OS, E. Dosse C7. H. McMlllen 86.S, G. FWzpatrick 65, U. Davis 04.9, ,W. Westcott 64.3, J. Orabb G4, B. Baskervillo 62, V. Gillies CO, W. Ridpath 59.2. 9rade IX A ' Jacob Muscovitch 84.7, Lloyd Dunham 81, Sidney Ingram 77, Helen .McDonald 7G.2, Ruth Galbra'ith 75.2, John'Oliver 75, Mary Robaakie, 74.9, Thorburn BIckol 74.2, Marjorle Sherlock 74, Mary Ostlund 73.7, Dagmar Bandqulst "73.5, Gortrudo' ' AVyman 73.4, Al'ex. Aitkon 71.2, James Thomson 71.1, Arthur Green 07.3, Alan Robertson 65.9, Christine Nelson 05.6, John Van Haarlem 03.14, Blalsio Bowman 02.4, May Fllnn 61.7, Willie Grant 01, biilian Morris G0.6, Liorna Simpson 59.9, Agnes Davidson, 59.9, Marjoi'iio Dounis 59.7, Robert Harvey 52.0, Erica dander 51.. Grade IX,, B Stanlpy Hargreaves 72, Ralph Nichols' 09, Blanche . IJalderson OS, Ruth Jackman 67, Verna Gray 60, Sherman Turcotte 61, Gordon Morrison 01, Dennis Mcll,eod GO, Lewis Marshall 59, Katd" Spalding 58, Jennie IJixby 56, Enid Dickput 65,, Winnltrod Symonds 55, Glenn Lathrop 55, Percy Blunt 54, Cecil llutton ai, Ceoilo Donahue 52, Bert Collilor 49, Alan Dickson 48, Elmer Geiger 4G, Gretta Wilson 43, Cyril, WelUhgton 43, Kate Backua 41, Chas Sang 41. Grade IX Com. Louise Smith 02, Eva Pearson 86, Beatrice Jones 80, Edith AhUens 79, .Tjuiot Mcllvena 7S, Tliolma Nelson 78, Lillian Proctor 78, Sylvia Kuzz 77, Cyril Hoult 73, Maj-y Wardman 72, Elsie West'cokt 00,: Kpra:' Maclebd GG, Ruth MocUtord 65, 'JeIe Martin 03, Flora Geoliegan '62, M,onii Walton 64, ona li^oinstoin 53, Rex Fai-rel 52, Gen-oveive M cMaUon 51, May Horn 50, Annabel Davis 45. ; v Ottawa, May 2.-Not much headway was madf! with the debate on the budget in the commons today. The maritime province speakers, ,Ianies Mclsaac ot Kings, P. E. I., and D. D. Mackenzie of North Cape Breton, occupied the time att�;r prclimlnnrles had be(!n disposed ot until ten o'cJock in the cvniiliig. � Jlr. .Mclsaac expressed the opinion that the iieoplu of Canada should be preparodto make all 8acrlfW*