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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RIONOAV, AUGUST 19. 191� PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington sopqrr, m, but Vhe red-cro9o| IS \H Ute^hfr NEED OF unen ^FOR BANPi^^ESy ------^ hey! come Dack here yvrm them cuotHEs- TOO oup d^Af? Birr "THE RetT CfaoSS HAS AV^SKEP pc^H C:\.OtHIN^fOAHf>1e BEUrlAN B llfMl tit^Hl �w ' Portriiit figure or aiiiitiiil, from Life, (oin-iRt, Mrs. M. Watson. I>atKlscapo or marine subject (oil)- Mrs. CI. Hrymner. Ijandacapc or murine .snhjoct -(walcr. cnlor)-iKt, .Miss L. LiivingKionc,  ^jtill lllo, fnilt or flowers, (waler-color)-1st, Mrs. Oeorgio U. Brynincr. (Amateur.) Figure or animwl from life (oil) - Isl. Mrs. A. 4M. Wright. Landscaiie or marine suljjc(.'t (oil) - ]ki. Louisa Marliu. bandseape or marine subjeet. (waterooior)-1st, K. W. Chancy. Still life, fruit or flowers, (water-color)-1st. Mrs. A. M. Wrlghl. Copied portrait, (igiire, animal, or sdli life (oil)-Isl, .Miss I,. Living-.stone; :ind. Louisa Jlartin. (Copied landscape or nmrine" subject (oil) -1st, Mrs. P. Lund; 2ud, Mrs. A. M. Wrigbl. Drawings. (Amateur) Original drawiiigs in pencil or crayon-ist, Mrs. Oeorgie 0. IJrym-ncr; 2nd, Mrs. W. M. Ming!;. Original drawings in pen and ink- Ist, .Mrs. A. M. Wright; 2nd,- Philip Sadowski. Drawings, copy of any subject-1st, Mrs. VV. M. Uings; 2nd, Mrs. A. M. \Vright. Cliina Painting-(Professional.) Vase, .lardiniere, or other -single piece-1st, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. Best specimen, conventional-1st, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. Best specimen, realistic-1st, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. (Amateur.) Vase, jardiniere, or other single piece-Isl, Mrs. D. Donald; 2nd, JJis. S. ,1. Klioplierd. Tea set or sl.^ plates, any decorative style-^lst, .Mrs. D. Donald; 2nd, Jlrs. K. A. Stoltzo. Host specimen, conventional-ls(, Mrs. D. Donald; 2nd, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. ,j Best specimen, realistic-1st, Mrs. V. A. Stoltijc; 2nd. -Mrs. S. .1. Shepherd. Painting on Silk, Satin, Etc. (Amateur.) Painting on silk or satin, (oil)-Ist,^ l\lrs, A. M. Wright; 2nd, Miss L. Livingstone. Painting on silk or satin (water-color)-Ist, Louisa Martin; 2nd, Mra. A. M. Wright. � Painting on bolLiftg cloth-1st, Mrs. W; P. Roy; 2nd, Louisa Martin. Painting on velvet-lat, Mrs. A. M. Wright; 2rfd, Louisa Martin. Stencilling (Amateurs.) Stencilling on curtain or dra))0-Ist. Mrs. S. J. Shepherd; 2nd, Loulsu Martin. Btoncllling on cushion or centrepiece- 1st. .Mrs. S. J. Shepherd; 2nd, Mrs. A. M. Wright. Photography. (To be amateur work throughout and work of exhibitor.) Bosf collection umalenr pliotos, not loss than six-Isl, Mrs. A. Wright; 2nd, n. Bartle, Interiors, collection of thretJ-^lst, .11. Bartle; 2nd, Louisa Martin. Portrait-lat, R. Bartle. Snapshot, moving object-1st,  Louisa iSlartin. Bromide enlargement-Ist, R. Bartle; 2nd, Mrs. A. Af. Wright. Three landscapes, colored-Ist, Mrs. A. M. Wright; 2nrt, Loulau Martin. Handicrafts. Woodcttrviiig. roller-1st, Mr.i. A. M. �Wright; Second, Mrs. F. A, Stollze. Burnt ifcather, best sample-Ist, , Louisa Martin; 2nd ,'Mrs. A, M. Wright. Pierced brass work, best sample- lst,VMrs. A, M, ^yright; 2ud, Louisa Martin. Collection of liyrography-1st, liOuftu Martin; 2nd, Airs, Wm. S. Napier. Girls' and Boys' Department. , Bos), display of vegetables-Ist, Mary Wutklns. Needle Work and Knitting. Six buttonUole.s-1st, Uugmar Sand-qulHl. Homstllcliing-1st, Dugmar Sand- (]UiSt. Darning pair socks or stockings.- 1st, Dagmar Sandaulst; 2nd, Mary Watkins. C'rocliot Jucc, at least one yard-ls(, Ida F, McNub, Kmbroldered tray cloth oi' contei' pieeo-1st, Ivy Jowott. Knitted socks-Ist, Mary Watkins. Photoo"aphB, Best colloetion of not less than six snap shots-Ist, Holon Bawden, 2nd, Mai'Jorlo Bourns; lird, Phyllis School Work-Art. Best collective exhibit of black and �while druwlnglby pupils of any one classroom-1st, Grade One, Westminster School; 1st, Grade Two, Westminster School; 1st, Grade Four. Central School; lat. Grade" Six, Central School; Isl, Grade. Seven, Woslmln-ster School; 1st, Grade Klght, Westminster Scdiool. Best collective exhibit of pastel drawing by pupils of any one classroom-1st, Grade Four, Fleetwood School. , Best collection of exliteni notii-ing loss than conscription i>: lalior." "Fighty American division:; of 4.').i)iii� men each." General March lol'l the committee lodr.y. "shouUi he able lo bring (he war lo a Kuccessrul coni-lus-ion in ItU'i." Tl\at is llic iiumln'r Ihc war dei)artm'.mt pian.s lo have in i Franco by June :W w.a. Wt: rc-.ul an ollicial schedule thai on Aut;-ust 1 the American .army iinmbcrcd ;;,012.]12 men. dividi-d uk follows: .\merlcan lOxpedilionary b'orce and cnroute overseas. ].;!�1.7'I2: in liic I'll-ited States and insular possessions, 1,432.701;. Called in the August draft. 277.i;(;i. In addition there arc aiiout liftccn thousand marines serving with the expeditionary fnrcos. ,For Ihe iirosiMil it is planned to send 250.000 men monthly lo l-'rancn. General .March stated, addinj;. "but wc hope to increase that in the spring."^ 5.C00 HOMELESS PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Hong Kong. Aug, 17.-Five thousand persons are homeloES and 250,000 are"^ v/ithout |-|opcr food as a result of a flood in the Tung Kinng River. The American Red Cross is providing temporary relief. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 3. 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED Australian Men Show Bravery- -One Man Clears Out Machine Gun Nests ship by pupils of any one classroooru -Isf. Grade Bight, FJeelwood School; 1st, Grade Seven Fleetwood School; 1st, Grade Four, Central School, (Canadian Press Dispatch from (Kcuter.-i Limited), London, .\ug. I'J.-The l..ondon official (5azettc> records stories of extraordinary heroism and daring in announcing the awards o( Victoria Ch-osses to three non-commissioned officers and one private, all Australians, chiefly for clearing machine gun positions. The following is typical: "Corporal Davey, finding llie work |,of consolidating the positions assumed by his platoon after an advance hampered by machine gun fire, moved forward. alone and faced the fire point blank. He attacked the gun with hand grenades, put half of the crew out of action and then returned for a fresh supply Of grenades. Ho roattacked the gun crew, which 1? the meantime, had been reinforced, killing the whole crow of eight, capturing the gun and with it repelled a determined attack during which he was wounded, ' "Corporal Davey saved his platoon froih annihilatipn and enabled it to hqld the' position which was vitally important to Uie success of the whole operation." 1 u A HUNS AR[ MING TO e[ CERFOL Amsterdam, Au.t;. I'.l.-L"qnilihrium ' on the whole west (rout 1.-; being slow- | lyVe.'stored. i.i ilie i:oncensas of export i military opinion in Saturday's news-1 papers and thi.' view is hold that in-! asniHch as surprise attacks failed to pierce the Gorman lines, the |iros-pecls of n future piercing are diminishing sensibly. Ctiptain Von Sclnioiip, w-riting in the Vossische /ciiung, says he sees signs in the sliifling gf troops froni the Aisne norlliwestwand of another big enemy oft'ciLiive on the Somme. He adds tiiat on the Aisne an independent Anieriiiui army seems to be in the course of formation and says that this is due to. American pride, which objects lo fighting under foreign command. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars suilalilc for any weather. Special rates to steady custom-cr.m or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 - Night 787 EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTIN.G AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPIN''., FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY . (Successors to Henderson, Iteid and Paterson) .Rooms 5-6 Acadia Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock ot present oversizo pistons for nil popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN rHE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LCTHBRIDGE To secure and distribi-tr farm labor. Fari-ners -wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. .1. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free Kervice, PHONE 1603 NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 --------- I. ONTARIO BYE-ELECTION WITH OPEN FRANCHISE Amsterdam, Aug. 10.-Count Ernest Von Reventlow, chief editorial writer of the Tagcs Zeitung ot Berlin, recommends an "effective counter offensive" against the extensk>n of propaganda contained in "masses ot pamph-lel.h spread over Germany, aiming at the confusion, excitement and incite-nienl of the Incompetent masses." Count Von Reventlow vnontions a pamphlet entrtlod "The hfippiness of the future-n peace loaguo of nations" and another containing articles, ono ot whicli praises the revelations of Prince LichnowsUy, while a third reproduces tlio letter from Dr. Wilheliii Muolilon, former minister ot Krupps, the former Chancellor Dr. Von Beth-mann-Hollweg. "All Highest" Sympathetic AniBtordam. Aug. 19.-The (Jazotto prints a telegram sent by the direction of the erapei'or to the burgoraastor of Frankfort, staling that the emperor "deeply syiiipathlaes in (ho misfortune w'.iich has befallen the open town of Frankfort as the result fit an enemy attack which was contrary to Internationa) law and claimed many victims." The toleferam requests that the burgomaster convoy to the victims' relatives "the sympathy gf t,he all-highest." Toronto. Aug. 19.-Ontario's first provincial bye-elections with a wide-open franchise were held today when the electors of Northeast Toronto and East York, more than doubled in numbers since the last provincial election, by the extension of the tnmchise to women, expressed their preferences. In Northeast Toronto the voters oUobo between Hon. Dr. Cody of St. Paul's Anglican church and the newly-appointed minister of education and William Varley, running as a soldier-labor candidate; while in East York, the choice lies between �Hon. G. S. Uonry, minister of agriculture and .folHi Galbraitli, who Is running as an Independent, The news-Iiapors say I hat. tlio election ol* botli the cabinet ministers is assured. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA, lf\Ei:ECTR!CAL C!)SirPPLIES ~ANO^ Ai-L KINDS OF TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenale & Co. PHONB MT 711 tri Avi. . freeli! [Iliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnac* Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. 8. Lethbrldge, Alberta The Handsome Stones ou view hero are not so expensive as you may imagine. We prepare them when no immediate orders are on hand, for that reason you'll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic excellence unassailable, Lethbridgc Monumental and Cut Stone Worki  R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Uuilding, Corner Sth Avj, and. 2nd St. Bast, Oalgnry. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and .House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kindsr Agents for the WorlU Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 An Italian scientist. In, a book just published on the tiubjoct' of war and population says that there will be in England 121 woraoii between the agqs of 20 and 44 to every 100 men between the Rumo ages. It the wiir ends next year, , . ' - Mr. Seller, let me ^introduce you to Mr. Buyer ^ 337 nth St, 5., > Lethbrldge \ Phone 1692 Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER DRAYING ot All Kiiuls WeslernTransferCo. Limited  '^Offlc* . atablen P. R. Freight �:�* PHONES ...... 11�� ____.. 1m4 AUCTIONEER Long e.vpcrienco in stock and farm machfhcry. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowaiey Land Agency, Leth-. bridge. Phone 1809 Reliable' Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. 9, Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall ma Nursing Mission PURE mSH MILK From tuberculosls-toBted cows -Anyone requiring such ratllc tor babies may do so dally, , The milk is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at cogt to thoso vfbo can. L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Tpansfep mm ^ THE WARVETERAN WHEN' YOU HAVE A aOB TO tJF^ER i Please nohFy,v SecV Veterans' Club 1 Phone 372 999999999 69704?97 ;