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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CgHPiPIIPOf DATMf PAGE THREE THAT SONINLAW OF PAS y Wellington APVAMCP A HRJS rrs THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS Grade The following Lethbrlde students have succeeded in passing the Grade Nine examinations which were in one subject only Percy Catherine Florence Agnes Al len James May Ruth Willio Verna Stanley Glenn Helen Lillian Christine Beatrice Mary Mary Dagmar Charles Marjorle Lormi Simp Anastasiaf Kato Louis Johannes Cyril Gertrude Wy The following Junior commercial students were successful in passing the examination in Canadian history and civics Jessie Emily Millie Mary Louisa Carolyn Catherine Ruby Helen Mode Annie Belle Beatrice Irene Mary McLood Marjorle Evelyn Marjorie Mary Petti grew Mildred Elizabeth Lena Eva Louise McDon Isabel Kathleen Mo Tier Allen Merrll Lillian Thelma Janet Sidney Catherine Rennie David Dan John Winnifred Ellen Goldie Jane Gertrude Martha Re becca Agnes Helen Leah Edith High Beatrice Mary Beatrice Ruth Margarite Kil Clara Valarie Samuel Sidney Olive Irene Muriel Elsie Evelyn Rose Stan Edna Hilda White Mary The following students were suc cessful in passing the senior commer cial diploma examination Sarah Charles Her Napier Lilian Irene Versie Amelia John El izabeth Ida Edith Florence Gwen dolen Connie Janet Mary Ber nico Anna David Evelyn Win nifred Doris May The following students will be en titled to senior commercial diplomas upon passing an examination in the subjects in which they failed Gladys typewriting Arthur stenography practice Edith stenography practice Alfred stenography prac tice Robert Canadian history and civics Victoria Mae Mc office practice Janet stenography typewriting Fred stenography practice Harvey stenography prac tice Hilda Canadian history and civics Mary practical bookkeeping and arith metic and rapid The following students were suc cessful In passing the special short hand diploma examination Leila Daisy Irene Rika Esther Myrtle Mildred Dorothy May El eanor Mary Evelyn Margaret Thelma Elizabeth Dorothy Judith Mary Louise Nellie Elena Scott The following students will be en titled to special shorthand diplomas upon passing an examination in the subjects in which they failed Margaret stenography practice Annabel spell The following students were suc cessful in passing the special book keeping diploma examination William Gladys Roy Olivia Nettie Mc Albert The following student will be en titled to a special bookkeeping dip loma upon passing an examination In the subject in which he failed Kenneth E followitvj cable describing the German political situation received by the director of public information here from the British ministry of information The situation in Germany contin ues It may be guessed that the military bankrupted of promises to the German peope that a German victory woud be obtained before are now trying to in vent somo new promise to stimulate the waning endurance the German It is believed in many towns and parts of the country that the peo ple are laboring under the deepest de pression while the on the other are not wholly displeased that who mocked the Aus trian defeat on the now has a Piave of its In these It is worth while to note the rumored changes in Austrian tone and temper as well as the symptoms among neutral nations who are now growing assured that ultimate victory lies with the not the Signs are not wanting that Siberia is not the only part dismembered that will give trouble to the Germans who had hoped to assimilate the entire empire The various composing races are aso in creasing their distrust of German Ukraine and Luthania alike are coming to prefer national aspira tions to German From Our Own Correspondent Chautauqua opened on Saturday afternoon to a fair sized audience and the local com mittee made good on the sale of the required number of season Taylorvllle Church Dedicated There were many visitors the service at Taylorville From Cardston three cars conveyed President Wood and Mesdames Rose Lyman and Agnes McLean and Miss Bessie and Patriarch Henry Hiuman and and Folsom and and Henderson from and i and and I Niels Nelson with others were present from and and Tay 1 lor snd Bohne from Glen I and Archibald and and The uew building is 24 by 46 feet With a vestibule 10x10 entered by steps leading to a small open It is located as near as may be to the geographical centre of the Ward upon I a five acre tract from the farm of James Gregson in section 12124 and g about a mile east of the school 1 house and post The budding aces west and it is built upon a pleas ing elevation that gives a tluo view of the mountains and Old 1 Chief from which it is utmost due 1 The building is well finished in every way with Gothic glazed with colored tho Interior woodwork and seats of similar color as the stain ing which shows all the natural grain of the The rostrum is only slightly yet sufficiently raised and is indicated by a fine archway and a wall projection supporting The morning service was in charge of the Sabbuth school officers and the house seated comfortably the 120 HDO ple At the afternoon session over 150 were present and every sent was With more accommodation to seats the building will hold The morning speakers wero superintendent fho Sim y school Messrs Greene and while musical numbers were supplied by Greene with a a duat Whispering Hope by Miss Basque Shaw and Lyman and the old I Need Thee Every Hour by Agnes McLean with Lyman singing the A delicious lunch was served by the Taylorville ladies between the morn ing and afternoon sessions and the visitors were all very complimentary in their remarks concerning The congregation joined heartily in the Stands With Hills at the afternoon service and the school teacher offered the opening prayer and Campbell rendered pleasingly a vocal duet Bishop Lowry briefly reported the work of the ward in erecting the structure now so happily Us total cost hud been about and though the foundation was put in shape during the fall of 1917 through lack of skilled labor they had not been to com plete it until the present Alex Campbell had directed and per formed much of the best1 woric and had been the supervisor of he build ing Other speakers were Axel Williams and Patriarch Hinman offered the dedicatory Between the the congregation listened with evident pleasure to Albiston who sang Mother to the nquartette by Miss Coombs and Williams to tho choir in the hymn This House Wo Dedi cate to before tha prayer was offered to the Yet by Mosdamas McLean Ly man end the solo A Perfect Day by spring wheat exhibited at the Inter national SoilProducts Exposition at Kansas October All farmers in Western Canada who have good hard spring wheat should bo Interested In this announcement and it is hoped that among them wit be found the successful Wheat has become a vital factor In the conduct of the war and the Rail way Company hopes in this way to en courage production of the best varie At the same time it is hoped this competition will focus attention upon the immense foodproducing pos sibilities of Western Can adian farmers have been winners ol many competitions of the Internation al SoilProducts Exposition and the winning of this cup by one of their number would be an appropriate clim ax to a series of It is expected that boards of trade agricultural farmers organ izations and other public bodies throughout Western Canada will in tereat themselves in seeing that the very beat bushel of wheat in each of their respective districts is entered in this Individual farmers will also no doubt be eager for the distinction of winningthis Par ticulars as to the exhibit may be had by addressing Robert Publicity Department Coloniza tion and Cal DETAILS OF BRAVE DEEDS OF SOLDIERS a Us arc given lielow of the drnds Cor which the un dermentioned havr won tho military Their names Jtave already been Leonard Win supervised and consolidated awhole company when other commanders had become casualties and reached objectives in spite of strong Etienne De ivlion his loft flank was held and his party out flanked the enemy am personally ac counted for four of Uie enemy and took charge of two patrols in an at tempt to gain touch with the bat talion on the Charles led his platoon in an person ally accounting for five the GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We are prepared to furnish Farmers and Ranchers with any amount of Green Feed Frosted Wheat baled and loaded on cars for shipment south or stacked in fields in North Cotui try for feeiting on the Can place large number of stock for winter feeding in Ed Beaver River and Peace River Districts on shares and by the We can selli your cattle and sheep for you on the best terms For Prices and Terms write or Do it as the season is short and time Mercantile Traders Exchange 820 Tegler Edmonton Alberta Phone 5422 20112 He established a obtaining val uable information and though wound remained on Hector mado a reconnaissance with two sappers to look for and finding brought them five miles to the dressing Robert agort sixteen of Toronto was fatally burned when he upset a cup of hot tapioca over Phone 1619 Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL Reid and Paterson Room Dominion Building 012 Fourth Avenue Luther Halaey educator and author of New died at his summer He was 52 years He chairman of the International commission on physical reconstruc tion of the war work council of tho Y Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to Lands to an acre irrigated land up to S50 20 years to Ifcan to assist settlers on irrigated Get full particulars and free illus trated literature from ALLAN Gml Sajit 9C5 lit CALGARY CUP OFFERED BES1 WHEAT The Department of Colonization and Development of the Canaclinu Pacific Railway announces that it will award a silver cup valued at five hundred dollars for tuo boat busbel of hard A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other fielcKpro ducts pass annually through the City of are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly The British Canadian Trust Co HEAD 81ft FIFTH STREET ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Dort Motor Cars FAIRBANKSMORSE ENGINE HAVE INSTALLED A NEW PLANT FOR RECHARGING BATTERIES GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new Gears and grates for all popular makes of Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and con tents in good Doing a good Will sell for rea sonable APPLY TO 7th opposite Gait Gardens or 546 13th Street North Phone 1155 2026 Spankie NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office Phone M2S48 Residence Plume M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs Wo specialize in roborinK gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and Wo have in stock at present ovcrsizo piatons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third TD PHOMB J THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Having recently returned from tho front I havo had my auction eers license renewed and will again take up that business in Southern where I am wellknown throughout the coun I hereby solicit your Results aro my best advertise Phone 1692 Yours very PORTER DRAYING Of All Kind Limited Freight PHONM 1U8 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such nUjfc tor babies may do so Tbe milk Is free to those who cannot pay or and at cost U tbose wlio AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm Sales conduct ed In any part of LAVALLEY ALBERTA For and Rates Call Dowsley Land Lsth Phone 1809 L Roosa Transfer We meet all trains Day and See us at Phone I860 FARM R THE PROVINCIAL WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help apply Immediately to who hat charge of this free PHONE 1603 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air j Work Phone 1713 330 6th Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done i at Reasonable FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD4JFKER Secy Veterans Ciufc 372 4 ;