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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^" -T?, SI3C Vite LETHBl-iDGB DAILY HERALD MONrtAY, .TUNE_3, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM^nus VOUNwhen he was sent to a Northern English munition works to .see his guns in the making, ho so impressed the Imperial authorities that he was given an immediate command. Since then he has beenvodu-eating the Huns with ranges varying up to 20 miles, cross roads and railway stations being siiocialty. "During the first day ot the Hun offensive he was at Roisel keeping one eye oi>-tho railway track behind him and the other on his pet, he worried the Hun railway junctions right up to llie moment the line had raised so far that he found the eight one pounders were alongside him, 'Then I thought it was time to'get out,' ho said, 'and came back quite comfortably, managing to get in w round or two when we got to strongly laid lines and here we arc again,' " FARElElI mlsed and a substantiai result is looked for. There was a committee meeting held last Monday and reports which wore encouraging were received from both village and country. Sunday school workers here are very pleased with the progress made In Iho school attendance. Last Sunday the high water mark was reached when 04 schcUars wero In attou-daure. Under the efficient control of .Mr. F. W. Hunt and a good band of teachers, the .school is looking forward for even bettor progress. On Jime 30th, "Patriotic Day," tho school and church are holding a �special service and efforts are being made to have a record attendance ot both children and adults. ,.Mr. -Morgarson, ot the Independent IClovntor Company has commenced building hi.s now home on the site recently purchased by lilm next to J. 11. .Medd's home. Another rcKldence was contpleted this last week when the Stolnko fa.m-ily moved into their new home. School Reilort. The sciiool report for' May has just been issued and shows groat credit for tho teHchcrs, who are certainly tloing theii- best to train up the youthful mind.s of this place. The report tor Mr. Pyke's room is as follows: Gi-adc S Ralph Vander Woude, 80 per cent.; :Mabol Dugloish, 8 per cent.; Helen Flnley, 77 per cent.; Clare Scratch, ,75 per cent.; Etta Dagleish. 74 per cent. These five candiilates will write on entrance examinations beglnuing June 17th, Grade (!-Eric Cnmstown, S2 per cent.; Shirley Noble. 73 per cent.; Adriana V.ander Woudc, 72 per cent.; Claude Hunt, 07 per <:eut ; Coriorio .Benolt (J3 per cent.; WMllnm Kanko, 00 per cent.; Irene. Flnley, 57 per cent.; Evelyn Finlcy, 52 per cent.; HUGE WASTE. Montreal, June 17-Food to ^ho value of 11,000,000 and totalling 270,000 poond.s In weight/ has been destroyed or wasted here in fifteen'months ended April 1, according to Drs, Hood and Boucher of tho local food Jopartmont, The food consisted ot meats, vegetables and fruit which bad been in storage and had roCt,od, AMERICAN Ai^dCiAtlON Sunday Games * Kansas City 3, 7, 1; Milwaukee 2, 5, 1. . 'X' Minneapolis 1, 5, 4; St..Paul 5, S. 3. 'Second game-.Mlnneaw)�B 1. 4, 0; St. Paul 2, 8. 2. iV- Columbuj 11, 14, If Toledo 3. 12, 1. .Indianapolis 2, 10;-'0; Louisville 3, S. 0. , Saturday Qamet. St. Paul 0, II, I; Minneapolis G, 12, 2, (10 Injiings.) Columbus 7, 14, 0';'"Tolodo 3, 5, 2. Indianapolis 3. Sj^l;' Louisville 0, G, n. �.'!' Kansas City C, S, 3; Milwaukee S, S, 2. Nobleford, Juno 1.-A nice company of residents in the White Lake district recently gathered at the homo ot .Mr. and Mrs. D. .Mulligan to bid farewell to Earl' Mulligan who has recently been called to the colors. .Mr. Luchia and Miss Ban made a small presentation of a wrist watch and fountain pen to the new soldier in neat speeches and the recipient suitably replied. The presents wero sub-, scribed for by .Mr. Mulligan's friends in the vicinity. The bricks for the n�w bank building are now here and work is expected to start on Monday. The building \ is to- cost about $12,000 and will greatly improve the appearance of our little,-burg*. A Sanitary Town. The other day we had a visit fi'oni tho sanltai'y inspector for the wo-vineo and tho,secretary treasurer has just received his report. It is one that Ih very gratifying, as it states that he is very pleased with the town which is placed as one of the beat in tho province. This is surely an incentive to help forward the program ot tho village council. Last Sunday being V. V. A. Day, our pastor, tho Hev. J. A. Leslie, preached a special sermon, dealing with (armors' work. He was listened to very attentively. Tho little baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Saundorsou wae baptized last Sunday at tho nuuiHe. , The two school teachers here, .Mr* Pyke and Mi.^s Mcintosh have been appointed to take charge of the registration on Juno 22nd. For Red Cross. The auction sale tor tho fjinds qf the llod Cross Is now getting Into good shape and a very Interesting lime is anticipated. A good variety ot articles and live stock have been pro INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Gamat, BliighatD|)ton 7, 11, 2; Jersey City 5, 10, 2,, BaUlmOre 4, 5, 0; Newark 0, 10, 3. Toronto 4, 10, T; Syracuse 3, 7, I, Buffalo 5, 10. 3; Roch�iter 3, 7, 4. Second game-Buffalo 3, 7, 3;-Iloch-(yiter 4, 11, 1, V, ; � ,. Sunday 0'ain�a< ' Toronto 0, 10, 1:,Syracuse 3. 5, 2. First game-UaUliii6re~4, 5; 0; Newark 3, 0, 2, . Second game-yaltlraore 4, 10, Oj Newark 3, 8, 4,  i i Auto Tires OF ALL* SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Syatem Re-Treading and Repairing 6/ Experienced Workmen Al^ Work Guaranteed PECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR RIIM CUT REPAIRS R. D. RITCHIE 20 13th St. S. Opp. EllitoH'Mills Grade 5-Gerald Nobie, 53 per cent.J Hciaian Vander Woudc, 51 per centl Mlnnio Wlthago aud Mary Weight, not classified. Percentage ot alteu' dance 91. In Miss .Mcintosh's room the, results were, grade 3-DorothJ Buchanan, 7(i per'cent.; Grade 2, Senior, "John Borgstrom, 71 per cent.; Anthony Vander Woudo, 09 por cent,] .Julia Henolt, 01 per cent.; Raymond Hunt, 1)2'per cent.; Grade 2, Junior- Vernle Harris, 81 per cent: Jean Bu. chaunn, 78 por cent.; Herbert Berg-.Strom, 07 per cent.; Edith Daglelsli, 62 por com.; Grade 1-Llllinn Hunt, 72 per cent; Johanna Golderloos, 73 per cent.; Donald Buchanan, 71 pci cent. Tho percentage of atteudanei; was 75. Work on building of a fence round the �chool site and also for the cistern at Ibc school has been commenc ed. W. R. Connot is the contractor and wlion the job is finisned it will add niuch^to the appearance oC tho school building. Our scliool principal, E. Jl. Pyke, has decided to "'join up with the colors ,and will bo joining his unit ou July 5th. Mrs. Boulton, who has been visit, ing licr friends in the East has recently returned and brings back word that Fraser has successfully pnssjd his examination for the flying corps, RAILWAY TO UKRAINE. .\mstcrdam, Juno.l.-Tho Koitung Am Mlttago of Berlin quotes the ofti-elal Bucharest newspaper to tho effect that the project is under coneid-orntign for two lines ot railway eon-ucctiUK tho Ukraine and Southe/n Germany with Austria. "They are to run through .Moldavia one line extending from Munich to Odessa, the other having its eastern terminus at Mohil-ev. CANAOUNCHIWINGCUMCa Take a Tip from Us You will be fined unless you obey the headlight law. iWe have the size for your car. Macbeth......$7.00 Conophore .. $4.50 Osgpode .iVi ..; .. $5.00 Tolophdne .... $3.85 Warner .. . ., $5.00 Non-Glare ... .. $1.50 BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tp6es in M^xU: i Our Red C'oss Box.  ' - HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRV H^LMAN, M(tr. 18867788 5256 ;