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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUOUST 1019 tltk LKTIfMMDfM rwrrerr PAGE THREE THAT SONINLAW OP PAS By Wellington DOtft RfehlNO HIM Of HI NTTHINf 1 FOUND OftHE WAS PINCHED DELINQUENCY HE NINE EflRS TO CAUSE IT SUCCESS OF SCHOOL FAIR The school fair once undertaken bo comes an event eagerly looked for ward by the competing This was abundantly demonstrated at the one held recently at Mirror under the auspices of the Mirror Very successful ones had been held the previous two years at the adjoin ing village and both children and ad ults were anxious to see which school would score the highest and secure the it was an oppor tunity for school teams and individ uals to pit their skill aainst each and for adults watching them to live over again in these same sports their own youthful Three village schools representing in all eight and six oneroomed rural schools entered the Of these village schools two are con About four hundred people were some of whom came by many in motors from away across while others less for but having the consolation of being in the brought their families in wagons and The Mirror school grounds were en fete for the The and Hed Cross booths were gay with the Hags bf the while the school building served as an exhibition The program of the day began with a Each school com peting was required to sing in chorus The Maple Leaf and points were given for intermediate and junior Some of those were very pleasing indeed and real talent was One particularly pretty girl in the intermediate class sang a verse of an oldfashioned and the beauty of her voice and rendering along withher personal beauty caused H ripple of admiration and many pre dictions of a The The exhibits included bas raffia mat paper cut cardboard pen and ink pencil water color clay map nature em composi tion and In the depart ments the work showed a decided ad vantage over that of last The sowing included doll holders and hemstitched and the mothers would have found it difficult to excel the work both as to quality and the taste in though It was done by the girls from grade IV to An em brodered tea cosy was the subject of much So well was the work done that many strangers expressed their doubts as to its genuineness as a school The paper cut work was very in Mother Goose Rhymes were illustrated in and they were a great compliment to the deftness of the tiny tots fingers in the use of the scissors and the The drawings and water color work were quite a feature of the It Is great satisfaction to those in terested rural education to know that little rural school away fcack in remote districts un knownby name to few outside resi dents and located best by a string of figures ending upby a certain meri away back there in No jand girls are being train ed to a perception of the beautiful in color and A long from the days when our fingers were rapped if we were caught REPLIES Have been received for ihe following box numbers and are waiting to be called Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new Qears and grates for all popular makes of Ltiiee the Lethbrldge Iron drawing pictures on our slates arid surely a promise for a more artistic As a byproduct of such training we cannot but believe that in the homes of these boys and girls when they become the the lurid machinery calendars and all other such offences against good taste will be material for kindling the kitchen or put up whore it can he viewed by one eye at a by the useful old or other creature which it will not And we have reason to hope that green walls and blue ceilings and all suchIike combinations have disappear ed i The display of baskets was very In They varied in form from sandwich trays to sewing with some pretty forms and designs reminding one of the early Gre cian vases in It made me think of the poverty of ones own school days when reading and writ Inf taught to Hie tune of a hickory stick was considered the only proper enjoyment for young minds and Good old days werent they Thank God they will never Some of the woodwork was really cleverly Only Jack knives were used and in some cases cigar boxes furnished the material but sand paper and varnish stain worked One school had a display of book racks made by the and I am cer tain that their fathers given the same tools could not have done so fine a One school of nine pupils had some good specimens of clay real not school came second in Its Insect arid flower and its art was very When it caino to the rural school was at a 7wo basket ball teams and one baseball team were In both bsaket and baseball these teams were no match for the village school to the uneveness of size and age of those making up the Mirror has a crack baseball a standing monu ment to the energy and enthusiasm of one of its who has answer ed countrys Alix has an in termediate and senior basket ball both of which are How over to show the interest taken in the game one of the rural with out a was entered by the pup ils themselves so that they might compete on the Considering their this school had a very good basketball and had played for two years with great glory to them They were not to bo cheated out of fun because school was not in so they play ed The day was not half long enough for the and as no Joshua was the greater part of the sports had to be much to our An admission fee of 25 cents was charged to all adults anil the money along with that from booth was divided among the competing schools according to the points made by The trophy which a beautiful shield was donated by the Alix and and won by a oneroomed This known as has scored the highest for two and therefore has won the trophy for the second Besides carrying off many of the firsts in the different sections it was awarded first prize for the exhibit as a taking into account quality of work and the variety of exhib 29 pupils answer the roll ten Qf whom are in the G year old draft and this Is he day of the oneroom school gone Not at Every single rate male and in the Ripley district would vote against consollda Why should they not While teachers of the calibre it has been blessed with can be secured it has nothing left to desire under the pres ent While it may be In in this one at the consolidated school must take off its hat to the oneroomed rural with its attractive its ap pliances for hot its good lib and its pretty flower and vege table to school fairs the benefit is Apathetic par ents are aroused to keen a spirit is developed by this means as by ho and the school becomes the centre of the community The individuality of the pupil is merged into that of the and this Is the first lesson in No money is given to the individual The school is awarded what it lias and the money is lined by the teacher for sport and other neces sary Who would deny the ethical value of such appointment Above who would deprive the all too Imre young joy of the annual school fain which will always remain in memory the red letter day of the year LEONA Special to tho Herald many friends here of late manager of the Crows Nest Trading and for some ten a resident of the were shocked to hear of his sudden death in the Vancouver Gen eral Hospital yesterday evening after an operation for Barclay had left Fernie just a week ago seemingly in the best of health and Shortly after dinner time on the dining the same evening he be came and as a result was taken to the hospital upon his arrival at Van couver and an operation was perform ed yesterday from which he did not dying at five oclock in the Barclay was well known all throughout the and wasa most thorough and active business connected with the Macdonald in He came to Fernie about 1906 and was a resident of the taking active interest In civic He was about 42 years of age and leaves a wife and two children who live in Tho Chaulauqua ag gregation their week of excel lent entertainment here last to a full house who were entertained by the Balmer Kafflr Boys in a manner most enjoyable to these entertainers have given an improved programme over that with which they became1 acquaint ed with the town last excellent as that first appearance was In every Tlfere was no difficulty in securing a renewal of the guarantee for next and the reputation they have made for themselves insures a still better patronage than they were fav ored with this year despite the un favorable weather which prevailed during a part of the WELLKNOWN EDITOR OF ORILLIA IS DEAD Black publisher of the Orillia died unexpectedly this aged Heart weakness was the cause of his Deceased was born in and went to Winni peg in 1885 where he entered the employ of publisher of the Winnipeg When Pres sold his interest in the Sun and Black stone accompanied him and became advertising manager of the In 1893 Blackstone came to Oril lia and bought the Times from the late Peter Murray and has success fully conducted it ever He leaves a one son and two GeorgS as sociated with him in the Upton of Peace River and Tor His eldest died in Winnipeg about twelve years Fourteen persons are missing follow ing the upsetting at New York of a fleet of canoes in tow of a motor boat off Rockaway on the Long Is land Vincent who was rescued from a said he had been on the buoy for ten He said that five other persons on the buoy with him had become exhausted and fell into the Four airplanes from Fort Tllton wero sent out to scout the water for survivors and while submarine chasers also combed the waters for any HINDENBURGS PRANK ADMISSION Kick Marshal Hlndinhurg address ing the Third Regiment of is quotoil by the Tages of is Let us look into UK fut Our position is favorable and we frankly ad mit we latoly have happen ed to have beon set But this la fortune of war with which we must SENT TO REFORMATORY 172 Lisgar formerly an em ploye of the estates branch of the de partment of was sentenced to two years in the Morccr on each of four charges of forging endorsation to Military cheques to which she pleaded The sentences are to run concurrent ly CANADIAN casualty lists issued today by the Canadian Records office contain J9U Of this number 249 Canadians are re ported killed in action and 46 died of in the three lists there are 515 names of officers and western KILLED THE official HieptLtetittom skys that attempts against the lives of of ficers are increasing in It is reported that several commandants of Austrian corps have advised offi cers in the roar to have revolvers with them of the son of of is a prisoner of war in He was reported missing on May TENDERS Tenders will he received by the un dersigned for the delivering of toj the employees of the Gait Coal being delivered both from C mine and from the High Eacti tender to state price per ton for delivery of Tenders to be in not later thun Sat August SecretaryTreasurer of Ad K Phone 1619 Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING i SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY Successors to Reid and Paterson Rooms 56 Acadla 612 Third Avenue let me introduce you to Buyer 327 11th Phone i 1692 Porter AUCTIONEER VI103S VAON JO NNV9 3HI OOOWOOCI ooooooet OOOOOS9 t ajaq junoo v uadQ aip jo uoa joj juauu UWAOQ Sip OJ Slims jo tpajpuntj aip ti Xfuo noX asrreoaq sn IJJIAA uado OJ JOU OQ SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE rt FOR SALE PRICE COUSINS NOSE THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8tU and 2nd Office Phone M2848 j Residence Phone M2077 Interne nnd House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board TENDERS Tenders wanted for the building n frame meeting slsse haHomcnt work practically ill and specifications can lw scon at Hill liy applying to All bids to be in by Tlic commfltoe reserves right to reject any or all Certi fied check of 10 per must accfom pauy tlie Ad J KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any Special rates to steady custom ers or long Phpnes Day 1443 Night 787 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 McKmuto PHONBU7 I J DRAYING Of AH Kinds Limited PHONBf 11H Nursing Mission MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk Is free to those who cannot pay tor and at coat to those who THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenua Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm Sales conduct ed in any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 TRY A HERALD WANT AD IT ML Roosa Transfer We meet all trains Day and See us at or Phone 1869 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETH BRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace T Work T Phone 1713 330 6th St Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 403 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall DO NT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO DIFFER Secy Club Phone 372 ;