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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST, 19, 1918 TUP. LKTHHRmr.E HF.HAI.1> PAGE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington WEi-L, EVERVfHiNCr's REfipY To 1 IF Vn lrs A, M. Wright; Martin. i Handierafts. Woodcarrhig1, aira. A. M Wright; Second, Mrs, F. A. Slollzc. Jiurnl leather, (jest 2nd ;Mia.- t Pierced braag work, best sample- A'M. Louisa Martin. Collection of Martin; "2nil, Sirs. Wm. S. N'ap- Icr. and Boys' Department. Ileal idisplay of' Mary .Watklns. Ncedle.Work ancf Knitting. Six Uagmar Saml- fliilal. t Dagraar Sand- qulst.' Darning pair.socks or SandouJal; 2ntl, Mary Crochet lace, at least one tray cloth or center- llalpli Grade impil; 2nd. Iim Jones, Five pupil; -ird. Donald L, Dings. jrailc Five puiiil. Sill! life group-pencil, charcoal or Lolia Williams, Grade Six mpil. Oardslou; 2nd, Mary McLeod, Grade Six .pupil; 3rd, Geo. T.'Itobln- son, Grade Still life group charcoal or -Marjories IJourns, Grade puptl; 3rd, Dagmar Graile Nine-pupil. Still life group-pencil, charcoal or Philip Sadovrski, Graile Ten pupil. t. pencil, charcoal lieaunita Francis, Grade Five pupil. "'Landscape, pencil, charcoal'or color (No Grade Six pupil, Central School; Williams, Grade Six pupil, Cardston., Landscape) pencil, charcoal or color K, Bawden, Grade Seven nupil; 2nd, Alice Beaton, Grade Seven jpll. Landscape, coal or color Aliclt'Straker, Grade'Bight pu- pil; 2nd, A. C. Uagell, Grade Eight pupil. Central Sclfool. Landscape, pencil, charcoal or color Dagniar Sandcjuist, Grade Nine puylt, charcoal or color Ernia pupil. Figure, pencil, charcoal or 1st, jjydia Hardy, .Grade Eight pupil. Figure, coal or color-- 1st, Dagniar Sandqulsl, t Grade Nine LIEUT. C. B. F. JONES Lieut. Jones, an officer in tlio Ufglilahtlers, has appear- ed (n the casualty lists for the sec- ond lime. He is a Calgary man. Washington.. Aug. secret-. ary of war, with Ocuoral Murcli unJ Provost Marsha) General Crowdcr, ap- peared before the house totumitiee at open hearings to reiterate their ex- planation given senate that immed- iate enactment of tfie man-power (till is imperative in order to carry out-thc enlarged war programme. "There are livo of prosecuting this war." Mr. Baker said, "one way is to.mate every possible effort to do it and the oiiicr is to proceed some- what more leisurely, ami do it later. The obvious advantage frcr.i ;svery standpoint, social, military, industrial and economic, is to put forth every ef- fort in this country and win the 'war as soon as possible." As to how long before men called under the now lay will go across, Mr. Baker-said not more tluin six months', training wo aid be "given at home. Secretary Morrison, of lite American Federation of Labor, intmuntctl to oppose the light amendment of the senate bill. ".'There is no question about labor ;oing on vllti .this Sir. TAKING A HOLIDAY. Amsterdam, Aug. Mun- ich correspondent of the Berlin Tageblatt announces Ihe arrival in Munich from the front of Crown Prince Rupprecht of Ba- varia. The prince, the announce- ment jtntcs, is enjoying a brief va- catio: PHONE 733 THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery SIT Third Avc. Morrison paid. "Labor is tlrfng "Us level best but this amendment is notU- Ing less than conscriplloti u; lalior." "Eighty American of men each." General March loH committee he nblc to bring thc war to a successful conclus- ion in 1919." ;That Is'tlie the war dejiartmeat plans to have in France by June SO next. Me read an otilclal scheflulo showing that on Aug- ust 1 tlie American army mmihcrcjl men. divided EIS follows: Amerlcnn Kspeditionary Force and curoule Un- ited States and insular possessions. Calico in tho August draft, In addition there arc about fifteen thousand marines serving ivith the expeditionary forces. ,For the present it is planned'to semi men monthly lo Kniuce, General March stated, adding, "but we hone lo increase that in the spring." HOMELESS Hong Kong. Aug. thousand arc homeless and art v.'ithout fjoper food as a result of a flood in" the Tung Kiang River, The American Rerf Cross is providing tsmporary relief. KNAPMAN' 'PLUMBING AND HEATING CO, Phone 1E92 710 Fifth Avs, Australian Men Show Man Clears Out Mach- ine Gun Nests Penmanship. Heat specimen of penmanship, 100 words, pupils of Grades Six, to Nine- Grade Seven: 1st, {Urania Klton; 2nd, Alice Beaton; 3rd, Grace Grade PhHHa, Hatch; 2nd. Bessie Smith; 3rd, Anna Me- ''can. Grade DaEniar Sand- Best collective .exliiblt of penman- ship by pupils of any one classrooom Grade Eight, FJeetwood School; 1st, Grade Seven Fleetwport School; 1st, Grade Four, Central School.' (Canadian Press Dispatch from (Reuters London, Aug, London offi- cial Gazette records stories ordinary heroism and. daring in an: iqimcing the awards of Crosses' to three non-coimnlasiOBed" 6f- icers and. ono private, all Austral-' ans, chfelly for clearing machine 'gun positions. The toltowing is typical: "Corporal Davey, finding tlie of. consolidating ,'lhc positions as- iuined by his platoon'after fin advance lanipered by machine gun fire, moved iorwnrd, alone and faced the fire point blank. He attacked UID jiin witli .hand "grenades, put half of the crew out of action and then returned for a fresh supply grenades. He reattacked the gun which t> the had been reinforced, killing tlio whole crew of eight, capturing the gun and with it repelled a determined, .attack during uhich lie was "Corporal Davey, saved his platoon froin annihilation and enabled it lo iqjd. the" position which was. Vitally important to the success ot .the ivhole Ida K. McNab, HI, Ivy Jowetl. 1st. Mary Wnftlns. Rest collccllon of not less than sis fiiiap 1 Tel on Uawderi. 2nd, MarjOflc Bou'r'na: -1rd, Phyllis Haleh. ,Sch6dl Art. Heat collective exhibit- of blncfc'-Riiri pupils of any one Amsterdam, Aug. Count Krnest You Ucventlow, cmef writer of tho Tftgea Zcltung ol Bwlin, recom- men da an "effective counter often slvo" against ttie extenatcn of propa- gnuda conlafncd in "ma sacs ot pAmph lets spread over Germany, -filming al (lie excitement and Incite mont of tho iticompetcnl raasaes." Count Von HovenHoV mentions a pamphlet onlHkct "The hftpplnesa o! the a peace league of nations' and another containing articles, 6no ol wnfeJi .the of ONTARIO BYE-ELECTION WITH OPEN FRANCHISE Toronto, Aug. .first provincial bye-clecffona with a" wide- open franchise were held today when the electors of ATprthcast Toronto and East York, more than doubled in nura- Vicrs Blnco Ihe last provincial election by the extension of the frimchteo to expressed their rreferenccs. In Northeast Toronto the voters ctioso Ijelween Hon. Dr. Cody of St. Paul's Anglican church and the newly-ap- pointed minister of education am' William running as n soldtfir-la'hor candidate; while in. Kast the choice lies between Hon. G. S. Henry, minister of agrl culture and John Galbraltti, who is funning us an'Independent, The news papers say that tlie election of boll the cabinet ministers is assured.- Amsterdam, Aug. ou the .whole west front Is being slow-, y'Xcslored, is Hie concensus qf expert in .Saturday's news- (he view is-hcld that in- isiiiuch as surpriso, attacks failed.to Gernitin Hues, the lects'pr'a future piercing are islifng sensibly. '.Captain Selmoiiiv' writing hi he Vossischc he sees the shirting Qf troops from ho :Aisne norlMvcslwarid of another enemy offensive on the Somme. 'adds that the Atsnc an Inde- pendent. American army seems to he n the course of formation and sayg ;hat this Is due American pride, which objects to lighting under for- eign command. EVERYTHING IN f ACCOUNTING r 'INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUStNESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, RITCHIE PATERSON MD COMPANY (Successors to Henderson, Ilciil anil Paterson) .Rooms 5-6 Acadia 'BH 612 Third Avenue S. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars suitable for any weather. Special rates to steady custom- ers or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 Night 787 Tractor Repairs We specialize in retorlng gas tractor- arid' fltjttos' oversize pistons and -rings. We have in stock' at 'present pisloris for nil pormiar makes of gas tractors, Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS.' 216 1st Avc. S. Phone 1732 THE PROVINCIAL nEPART- MENT OK' AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN TViE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To dislrlbUtc farm Farmers wishing to secure r help shauld, apply immediately '.lo- MR; 'has The Handsome Stones on vlow here arc not so expen- sive as yon may iniagine. We prepare them no immed- iate" orders arc on hand, for that reason you'll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic ex-, cellence unassailable. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone R. Needs, Prop. 81 h Street S, SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. SUPPLIES AND ALL'KINDS OF ILftC. TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzle Co, PHONt 997 711 Jr 1CM AUCTIONEER i.ong" experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conduct- ed In any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates nnd Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency; Ltth- Phone 1803 SPENCER AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN'OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. .CLOSED CAR PHONE.1324 Reliable' Sfoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP: H. LANOLEY, Prop. WS 2uil Avc. 9., Phone 1184 Next Fire Hall Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows requiring milk for babies may do BO daily, The, milk Is to those who Cannot pw for It, and at cost to thoso who can. L. A. K. Roosa Transfer We ill Day and Night. Set u> Depot; Phone 1888 THE WAR VETERAN f WHEN" YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER 1 PffiasEinDHFyt Sec'y Veteranj' Gnl> Phone 372 ;