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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOC.E OA.LY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1109. ff. P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Oil Block Phone ISO HISTORY AS IT APPEARS TO SOME ONT. PUPILS A Series Of Amazing Answers Culled From the Recent History Papers I Ring Up J08 I When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: (From tin- Toronto Globe.; Sir John A. Mucdouald was a better One of the midsummer" examiiia- premier than Laurier, for Laurier tions hold under the auspices and merely drove the team of colls that control of the Education Department of Ontario is for entrance into the Provincial Normal Schools. Those who uro applicants for admission into these institutins are assumed to bo about i-ighteoii years oi age and to I have already obtained non-profession al certiticates a standard i of attainments higher than that of university matriculation. The question ptipt-J- in for i this examination lias on it eight, ques- i j tions: on the history of i throe on the history of Great Bri- i i tain, one on the history of Rome, and j were, broken in by John. Tlie colonies taxed each other thus retarded progress. The provine-s united physi- cally as as menially. SOCIAL CONDITION OK KfJZA- BKTH'S. KKIGN Shakespeare'j, works were "The Mer chant of Venice" and Lamb's "Tales urged Athens to build up the walls of Troy. Themistocles took the wooden walls to be the .sides the boat. G-tNHRAL "Pit-use Mr. Examiner. may I i No trouble with Sunlight Soap. Just follow the directions on the and' Sualight does the rest. Costs much- never injures hands or clothes. "Have pity on us poor i "Frit-mi, 1 want to be a, teacher. A tut orialiy. Womi-71 biouiriil thei d at The game.-. THE Themistocles more like ;i con- j stihitional than a tyranny. A man of unmatched cunnincr who created the wooden horse of Troy. Themistocles was supposed to have traded on the side with the Per- sians. For Farm Lands or Town Lots write R. PERRY, Jim. OF WM. SALVAGE Box 411, Lethbridge, Alberta Grassy Lake, Alberta A Fine Assembly Hall Open for Engagement ;