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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THIS LETMBIUDGE OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER 2 __________ _____ Hhe matins lunch was sfrTcJ. It'It 4 liml tlie memUershli> of the it ir.V.W.A. will lii- very sed in the near future. One of the most progressive clubs Is Ti.rstairs U.F.W. N'o. 15. anil lh? 1st- report from tho secretary, Mrs. A. V. Lucas, shows a tblp of Cl. At a meeting held on April no auxiliaries to the club were, or- ;mc consistinK of girls under As s Ki'M of a rerenl meelinE of the liauiefi' SiSOClation. It vras decided to exintlno closely every far- mer applying for credit. Special at- tention vrrtl be paid to the farmer's knovvlciigi' of his business. The followlus Is a specimen exam- ination upon which the aopll- ftuulllt oa im i..... v cant must pecur? 100 per.cent to world. Have you made application are going lo kuii for the soldiers. They j obtain a for.the numbtr you need yet? II will own olficers-and directors. i. ifow much yoa.suniaerfal- J4 y of aud Rirls Say. Mr. Farmer, shout thcso S.O S. have offered themselves want what for. The secre- tary win be glad lo mall it In for you. Appjy early. There are tow of the big ones left- When you go home, tell form, fill "it in, making sure slate j llertrhann gave an address sub; how nianv boys you want, when you ject betas "Hints on House Cleaning. which was followed by a song from Misses Sarah and Alice Earl. Hed Cross sewing was distributed, and the members that In future they ydu'havV done, and j would send a shipment of produce to explain to her that, owing'to the war.! the Ogden Convalescent Home each the labor quesUon has undergone I month. They shipped 84 dozen eggs for some.changes; that the fanners can Easter month the subject tor hardly expect undeveloped boys to discussion will be How to Raise put'up with the same accommodationjCmcKens Successfully." This club has that, men have been putting up'with; i also secured a hall which Ihey are Do you honestly think you de- where they will he told that llic is not making auy new loons dnrlus Ihe war. About 10 per cent, of the clergy of 5 the diocese of Montreal have ganfXj overseas, anil the city of: Montreal there is not a single i with more titan one clergyman Moreover, no stuuenls nre ordained who are ellgiblo for military ser-, A Bank Account For Your Wife More an A more, arc the wives of today running their homes on a business systematically and efficiently. Many, wi'res Have a montlily allowance for household expenses. This, they deposit in a Savings Account in The Merchants cheque thus have an accurate record of bills paid. Such a. business-like method also gives a woman the feeling of happy independence in having: a bank account of her own. BANK that the boys ought to have three day, cooked hy some comijetent and good comfort- to sleep In'at night. It poa- Bible'in too, Mr. that these young soldiers set furnishing as a rest room. At a meeting of Stonelaw tl.F.W. n April'4 it was decided that the members would ?lart work for the Red Cross. Eight members and two out 'accompanied by little or no roar-1 visitors -were present While tliscUE-j ,tial music. Many of them are from {sine (he Egg-Circles, one j zood bomes and all otj woman remarks mat if.a 11 the hens, theni (rom the BChool play ducks iroultJ follow the eiamplc i get more out of Iheih if two ducks which she had last 1 do itot jint down before Ihem a men frork and no play." Open your hoine'aud your heart, nrr) repptve to "big.brother'1 your help. The lidysf and ypu'Tiaye; a common cause, namely, feeding Svh'6 represents us In4fte great straggle lo weed but fhe Kaiser. This is the greitrst.opvor- tucUy of your lifettoie, Earraers. Con- into a plow-handle school mate real men out of ilic year, they could won got up a good! circle, Oa three successive days she! picked up four eggs. So far as -jre ta.it REcertaiii. ;thl3-Is a oc- currence indeed, nml we are Vronder- tn.e; IE any of tho mDmtters.pf our t'iiier clubs have had a similar I experience. At the cSose of the ifiK lunch was served by Mm. Men- for Tvhlch a charge of. 15 cents vas rriarfe. Uic proceeds to go towards '.city boys' It Is worth mom to the hoy Ilif, expenses .In connection vvilh_carry- to loan! to drive a brcaWng piowor afuiK on the work of the club, binder than an'aulombhlle; to milk at f. The regular monthly meeting of 'cow's side than to recreate 3t the Ihe McCafferty club was heW on Apr.' Food Will Win the War" Serve. jOTr and yoirsdlf -by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of. Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Rail way makes it easy (of begin. Lands. to an cere; irrigated land up to J30; ZOycars uipay. Loan irrigated landi. Get full particulars ahtl free, illus- trated literaturefrbrri ULAN lit St. Eait, CALGARY Head Office: Montreal. OF' LF.IHBKIUPH BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLUKOHD BRANCH. CANADA Established 1864. R. 3. DINNING, Manser. V. A. SBBRLY, AclinJ Man.Jcr. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting THE STANDARD BANK CANADA HEAD -TORONTO V Your surplus earnings in our Savings Department earn inter- j'est at current rate. CANADA Co-operative Saving Is facilitated and en- couraged by the open- Ing of a Joint Savings Account In the names of fciusband and Wile, Father and Son, Broth'er and Sister, or any or more members of the family. Either can deposit or withdraw money at will, and the Interest accrues to the credit of both. Ask'J-he Manager for full particulars. ''IJETHBKISGE BRANCH F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CAROSTON BRANCH F. V. Cavers, BARONS BRANCH J. Blackwood, Manager Builders' Supplies CE'MENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTEP, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL- LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOF- 1NQS. RUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, HURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING. SUPPLIES. The Western Supply Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH ST. S., LETllBRIDQE J. b. SCOTT, G. F. BLETCHER, Miniver, D. A. CURR1E, 13thSl.Nartli. 4th Avenue South. on a farm WouH bo wnrlli al standing has been reached between '.least a year in ordinary school Irain-1 lha of the workers In the Paris rlCTelOFlng mpnhood: but re- vl niDmher the future of every depends greatly on ihc scnuol ho. allends, and the teacher who'In- -tors.' Plan to make yonr r.eu year's hired (nan out of h boy this year. In the campaign for jreater ;-production. districts and Premier Cleroenceau. At a meeting.Iast night at which Ihe nuestions cauatng unrest among the was discussed the leaders promised the premier that they would issue notices calling on the munition workers to resume work'. C. P. JIcKIXXON. i S.O.S. Zone Supervisor. A COLLECTION OF NEWS FROM THE UNITED FARM WOMEN (By W. Splller, Provincial Mfs. Jj P. noss, 'our vice-president, attended a meeting of the'U. P. A. Norway 10, to which the ladles In tho district had been Invited with the object of form'% ing a U.VAV.AJ There was a splendid) turn-OUl and a was starting off with 13 members. Ko33 spoke of the work which" thn United Farm Women are doing, arid on the need for greater production as well as conservation of beef and bacon. Vice-president J. W. -Leed'y, of the U.F.A., was also on the programme, hut sent a telegram' re- gretting that 11 was impossible for him 16 attend. Mfs. also meelings al.CadogQn and Provost on 22nd and 23rd, but at the former place-U unfdHunately had not bean adverV ilsed that ladies were Invited to at-! fond; nfld although the meeting proved ii.Vcry Interesting one, a club not ttgahlacd We however." that the fforrlen ot thlj district get logelher fn (he near, (ntare p.nj tSot we may soon have a good live club al Inat Ai wai nrxanlud, (1 memhefa .being enrolled. Mrs. ItosS Mtllcularly the IK- tessllf o( all firm joining the fjFW- artl >vi'h their husbanji ?M fcrolneM iri: efforts hrttctlnc Iho conrjl lion's ih rural'ctimniunKlei, home life, .-1 Iho tr.0 organfMlloas work liarJii.fri hand nlong'these Knca. Mr. Johnston of Vulcan, spoke on.copper- lllve aflcr which, moving -Jircii were shown, and al ihc of jamuel Anderson, a married -man, was.placed under arvesi on a charge of stealing three handred bags ot flour, the properly of the Maple Leaf Milling Company of Kingston.; RAM SALE LETHBRIDGE, October 9th and 10th Under the auspices of tta Southern Alberta Growers' AsEoclatton. over one btindrerl members, owning sheep. Entries Close July 1st Entry blanks rnay be had on application to th: Seorelary, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. L AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Cattle AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON Thursday, May 23rd AT SHARP 8 mares cue to foal stiortlx, 4 lo 8 yeari'olrf, weight 1100 io HOO.Ibs. Good 16 Geldings. 4 to 8 years old, welahli 1100 Io'l660 Ibl. Broken to svork. 20 Choke Ddiry Some dvc li 6e All broken lo milk, Also Harness and Wagons.. TERMS CASH ,j. A. ADMINISTRATORS' SALE OF SOUTHERN ALBE1RTA LANDS Thete will be offered for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION, subject lo a rnsertp bid. the lahds described below.. The Sale will be conducted at llie ofdccs of Tho Standard TruaU (Company, Albc-rla Block, Lethbrldge, by Peter LaValley, Auctioneer, on TUESDAY, DAY of JUNE 1918 at the hour of o'clock In Ihe afietnooil, 6n the following terms: in six equal coneecuUvc annual instal- ments. InlercSt at ceftl. unfcrlcumbered lilies v.111 he Taxes all paM lo end of 1017 from which