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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUfiUST 23, 191S THE LEIMBRIDCK IMltT nn _ PAGE THREE TH4T SQN-IN-LAW -OF PA'S >y Wellington HOOV CWfS, NCTTHM WLUt I FOUND Off HE WA3 PINCHED FER JUVENILE WHEN HE VftS NINE SUCCESS OF SCHOOL FAIR i Tho school fair once underlakcu be- comes an event looked for- ward to, liy Ihe competing schools. Tills was abundantly demonstrated at tho one held recently under auspicts of the Mirror U.F.W. Very' successful ones had been held Iho previous two years at the adjoin- ing village and both children and- ad- ults were anxious to see which school 'score the highest and secure the shield. Besides, 11 was an oppor- tunity for Ediool teams and individ- uals Jo pit (heir skit! aalnst cadi other, and for adults watching them to live over -again In these, same sports their own youthful; entfeaiors. Three village schools representing in all eight rooms, and six .one-roomed rural schools entered the competition. Of these village are con- About four hundred people yforc present, some ot whom, came by train, many in motors from away across country, others less for- tunate, but having Ihe consolation ol being in majority, brought their families' in wagons and democrats. The Mirror school, grounds %vere en fete occasion. The U. F.W, and lied Cross booths were' gay with- the flags bf-the allies, while (he school building served as an exhibition hall The program of the .day began with a singing.' contest. Each school com- pe ting-was-required to sing in'chorus "Tho and'points were given, for senior, intermediate and junior solos. Snmo of those were "very pleasing indeed and real. talent was displayed. One particularly pretty gfrl in Hie intermediate class sang a versa ot an old-fashioned song, .and; the beauty voice .-ami'-: rendering Ulong-wilh'her tiErsoitarbeautr caused a'ripple of admiration and> many jire dfdfuns of a futur6. .The Exhibits. The exhibits. Included bas- ketry, raffia'work, mat weaving, paper cut work, cardboard work, feu nnd hiK sketch hifir, pencil water color drawings, clay modelling, inap drawing-, ivrlUiig, nature work, em broidery i tailing, knitting, composl- tion'anO cooking. In'alii the depart- ments a decided ad vantage over lhat of-last year. The sowing included underwear doH outfits, holders and IieriistUchet towels, ami the mothers would have found it difficult', to excel Hie work both as to quality nnd the taste- iu IrJmmlng, (hough it was done by the girls from grade IV to VIII.-An "em brodcre'trtea'coay was the1 subject o much comment. So well was done that many strangers expresses their as a school product. Tho paper cuT work was very In' foresting. Mother Goose I thymes were illustrated In color, and they were- a great compliment to the deftness o the tiny tots' fingers In the use of the scissors and the gluepot; The drawings arid water color work wore good basketball team; and "had played 'T two years with great glory to them HJNDENBURG'S FRANK -.ADMISSION (Special to the Herald) Kernle, Aug. many, friends here of W. G. Ilarclay, lale manager of the Crows Nest-Trailing Company, nnd for feouio ten years, a resident of the town, were shocked to his sudden death in the Vancouver Gen- oral Hospital yesterday evening after u operation for appendicitis. -Mr. IJarcJay had left Feniie just a ago today, seemingly in the best I health and strength. Shortly after dinner- time on the ining car, tho. same evening he'Ue- Q 111, and as a result was taken io ie hospital upon his arrival at Van- ouver and an operation was perform- d yesterday from which he (lid not ecover, dying at five'o'clock in the fiernoon. Mr. Barclay was TV ell known" all iiroughout tbo Pass, and was-a most tiorough and active business man, onnected with the A. Macdonald in- eresls. He came to Kernie1 about ami vas' 3 resident of the taking an ictive Interest in" civic Ho vas about 42 years of age and'.'leav'es a, wife and two children who livo in rancouvcT. Tho 'Cbauiauciua ag- gregation, week of excel- cnt to a full liouao who wero he Balrner- Kaffir-Itoys 1n a manner most enjoyable to all. hroiiKltoul, these'eritcriafners liaye given "an improved programme over bat with which they be'cannyacquaint- ill with the town last year, excellent is that first appearanco wasMri'every Tllerc was no diflTicuHy in securing renewal of the guarantee for-nexl "car, and the reputation, thoy hSve nade for llicmselves Insures .a'siiT jetler iialronage-lliau they werp fav- ored with this year desplie ith'o' ttn- avorable which' prevaifec during a part of Uic lime. Amsterdam, Au. Field Marshal1 Hiiidt-iiburg address- ing the Third Regiment of Guards, is quoted Ly tho Tages XeltUDg, of HerJJu. saying: -'Let us look into Uic fut- lire. Our position is favorable ami we frankly ad- mil it, we lately have happen- ed to have been set back. But this "is at fortune ot war with which we must reckon." iclves. They lo bo.'chnntct out of because school was no! n session, so they play ed'. too.' Tho day waa not half, long enough for tho program, and aa no Joshua was present, the greater pan of the sports had to bo omittedj much !o our regret, _ An admission fee of 25 cents charged to. all adults ana Iho money along with that tho IT.F.W. booth was divided among the- competing schools according to'Iho points madi each. trophy, which waS i beautiful shield waa .donated, by, Uie AHx U.F.W. and U.P.A.'and won by a orie-rooni6u school.'This'school, known as Ripley, baa scored the highest, fo two years, nod therefore bas won UN trdphy for the second Beside; carrying oft many of tho firsts in'tlic different sections it waa awarded flr.i prize for tho exhibit as a whole, takini Inl6 account nrrangefnent, o work (lonfe, nnd the variety of i its, 29 pupils answor the roll caJJ, (en whoniiare in' the 6 year old and enlered> this Is ho tlay of the one-room .scltpo gone? Not'at all. Every single.rale" payer, male anil female, Jn tlip jRJple; dMrlct would volo against ton.1 Why slioulil they "not? ,Whll of tho calibre II Ims' blcssctl with can be Becurcil (t nothing left to dcslro under tho Jircs ont curriculum. While it may bo In frequent, fn this ono'case, at leas! (he consolidated school must lako o: Us hat to Ihe rural scrioo with Us attractlvG'-Interior, Ms ap incea for hot luucliGg, Us good lib- rary, ami Its pretty V6g6- (ablo garden.- 1 .As f o. school, fatra Iho benefit In Incalculable, Apathetic par- ents are aroused to keen Interest, a commurlty spirit Is developed by thts means as by Ao (he school becomes tho centre ol the community life. The Individuality- of lha pupil 14 merged Into that ot, Uie school, and thEs the rirst No money, ]g given pupil. Tbo school Is awarded what U earned, and the rrlpnpy Is Vised by (he teacher for sport find 'other pflccs- sary RuppHos. Who 'would .deny .tbc ethical value Above all, who would.Deprive the all too.bare .young .IlVes jthe.Joj; ot, the SENT TO REFORMATORY Ottawa, Aug.1 Helen 72 Lisgar- Street, formerly an env loy'e'of the estates branch of the dc- artment of militia, was sentenced to ivd j-ears in the fiercer Iteformatory, n eacli of four charges of forging iidorsalion to Jlilitary department, heques to wlilch she pleaded guilty. 'h6 sentences vare to run concurrcnt- CANADIAN CASUALTIES. Ottawa, Aug. casualty ists Issued today by the Canadian lecords contain 1992 names. Of ibis numbcY 249 Cauadfans are re- oflcil killed in action and 4G died of OUlldSt. 'in tbo'tlireft. thero are 515 amcs oE officers and western, men. WELL-KNOWN EDITOR OF ORILUAISDEAD Orillfa, Ont., Aug. K. TJ Black stone, liublisher of tlie OrHlia Times lied utiexyectedly tliis "morning, !4. Heart weakness was the caose of 'his death. Deceased was tiorn in Portland, Maine, ami went to In 1885 where he 'entered loy ot IL Preston, pubUshfir o the Winnipeg Sun. AVlien -Air.1 Fres ton sold his Interest. I i Sun am moved. to Bran t for On t., Black stone accompanied htm and became advertising manager of the Expositor In 1S93 5Ir. lllackatone came tn OrM iia.and .tooght the Times from Iho !atef Peter 3Iurray and has 'success fully -conducted It ever sirice. .He leaves a'wldow, ono sort and two daughters, GeorgS'A. soctated. wltli the 'business Mrs. W. II. 'Up.lon of Peace Hfre Crossing. and Mrs. Tor onto. His eldest son, Paul, died in Wftulpeg ahout twelve yfjvra ngo, .Fourfecn persons are missing fql Ing the upsetting at New a fleet of canoea In low. of n motor boa off Hockaway Point, on the la land Shore. Vincent, Russo, rescued from a buoyy said ha had .beei on the buoy tor leu hours. Ho aali Umt.pve other persons on the buo wfthatlm had become exhausted :aiic fell into Iho wti.LcV. Four airplane Tlllo'n were I scout Ihc water for survivors an boats, while submarine chasers als combed Iho waters for any KILLED THE OFFICERS. :Washliisfczs} 'oiltgial against Ihc lives of of- .ccfrs. increasing in Austria. U that several commandants of Austrian' corps, have advised offi- cers in the rear to have revolvers willi ;heni always.- -Lieut U K. Sinclair, of tho R.A.F., son of iJ. P. Sinclair, of Calgary, is a prieoner of war In Germany. He was "reported missing ou May 14. TENDERS Tenders will be received by t'ue un- dersigned for the delivering of to Lhe' employees of the Gait Coal being delivered both frotn No. U inine and from Ili5 High Line. Each tehderr to state price per ton for delivery of same. to be in not-later thivn Sat urdrty, August CHAS. PEACOCK, Secretary-Treasurer L. U. Bfi U. M, W. of f Ad K Phone 1619 P.O. Box 809 CHARTERED HCCOUNUNTS EVERYTHING' m ACCOUNTING AUDITS, I---I3 INVESTIGATrONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successors to1 Henderson, nelil anil Rooms 5-6 Acadla Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. P. Porter AUCTIONEER Pkow J692 VUOOSVAON JO )INVa 3H1 ij Xjuo uado 01 aiBisat lou og SMALL BUNCH OF, CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. TENDERS Tenders wanted for the building ol frame meeting house, size MxSO. uasemeiit work rra'tically all tn. ris aud specifications cau be seen at Hill Siiriug, A1U., tiy -apiilyine lo 1'. Kislicr. All bids to be ill by jl. 5th. The committee reserves the rlsht to reject any or all bids. I'erli- Hed cbeck of. 10 iier cent, must accVjru- v Hie F. P. ;Hlllspring. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. f. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous sen-ice. Cars suitable for-'auy weath'er. Special rates to steady custom- era or long (rips. Phpnes: Day 1448 Night 787 PHONE 733 jiifv FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and' Small1 Machinery 8t7 Third Ave. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring'gas tractor 'and oversize .pfstoDS and finss. We-bavp In stock 'at present oversize pistons all popular, makes of gas .tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 lit Aye. 3. Phone ;1732 FARM LABOR Dr.A.T.Spankie i M.D., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND. THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Office Plums M2S4S Kesldencc Phone 512077 Interne tiuA House Surgeon, JIanliallan Eye, Ear, Nose an a Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1314. Specialist to Calgary School Board ;THE PROVINCIAL DEPART. MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A V BUREAU _ IN THE BOARD OFJRADE -OFFICES: s XETHBRI'DGE secure arid !farm labor. Fanners wls'hlnfl to help should -apply Immediately .to. il.J A. ctiarflb. of this free service.- PHONE1603 W. DRAY1NG Of AH Kindt WesternTransfcrCo, Limited P. R, PHONH 1IM Nursing Mission FRESH MILK From'tubercutoals-tcslerl cows requiring such for rasy to 10 dally, Tho milk Is'free (o thoso wSo cannot pa; (or II, and at cost those who THE ROY PJECTRIC Electrical Contracting bt all kinds. .Agenti'for World Famous Ddco light -.Country .wiring a specially.- 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER 'Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conduct- ed in any part of-Alberla. P. LA VALLEY r COAtDAUE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates. Call .The Dowsley Land Agency, LetK-, bridge. Phone 1809 L. A. H. ROOM Transfer We meet all .Day and Night. u> Otfei, or Phone 1869 FreelS loft Sheet Metal Works Hot Alp Furnaco JJ t f Phone 171.3., Ldhbrldge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, L'ETHBRiDOE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe THE CITY BOOT REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop, 40S 2nd ATC. S. Phono 1731 Nent Fire Hall OONT j-T_FORCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE. A JOB TO OFFER Sec'y Vetenuu' Phone 372, ;