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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1914 THE GF; DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE PREPARING FOOD FOR GERMAN WOUNDED "'A section of the Red Cro Society or (he German army preparing'food for the wounded. SS-1 mm 1913 Superintendent Hamilton has is- an attendance" report for tho fall term to date, showing, that the is within 77 of what it was for the whole of September, 1913. The report follows SPECIAL 'ATTENDANCE REPORT SEPT. 2, 1911. iWi 1913 First 2 days Whole of of Sept. Sept. Grade 12 Grade 11 u 11 Grade 10 38 Grade 10 Com. Grade 9 Grade 9 Coin. Central- Sir. Stewart Mr. Frame Miss llalprany Miss Tlawson Mas.B. Sharmai.... Miss-..Motfah' Miss T.renaolme 11 3I> 10 104 Miss Dunn 31 Hardy Miss :Bples Miss Gray. Miss MacKay Miss Jack-soli Miss Buchanan....... Ji I B 7 9 25 47 19 107 33 33 23 VALLEY OF UPPER liHINE AND ALSACE The map shows Altkirch captured by the French; Muellmusen captured and evacuated, Colmar, Strassburg, the Alsace capital and oilier places mentioned This is the scene of the French offensive movement French torts are Indicated by squares with black centres; German forts are indi- cated b> squares with white centres 472 36 501 Mr. Brajiilow......... 33 31 Hiss. Birch............. 37 38 Iliss Waterman 45 63 itiss Jepson........... 35 38 Curric............ 10 31 Hiss Bennington 39 31 226 222 ilr. Riches.............. 30 35 ,Ir. Bruce 42 37 Jiss Pound............ 29 30 iliss Flatt 31 .37 ifiss Hyssop '37 33 tliss Dunsworth 3i 41 rliss Dieseth ...........36 41 ifiss and iliss 38 38 311 34 ,'330 N. B'B GIFT Fredericton, N.B... 'Sept. (Brunswick's gift to. tie, British 15m- nire in tho present crisis is Bushels of New Brunswick potatoes The Japanese are tald to have oc- cupied seven islands near Klao Chau, liss Smith liss Berririger riss HodgWns liss Nimmons liss Currie Stewart'....... [r. Phillips 27 29 40 34 31 34 38 32 30 34 .38 34 195 13 ,206 and to landed additional troops within marching distance of that Ger- man stronghold, in the face of protests of China. King Nicholas of Montenegro is re- ported as determlned-to occupy and Saturday we give you your choice of any of our regular stock of UliS 15 to Suit Any and Suit Any and Suit All Unlined Dress Gloves, worth up to to clear at All This Season's Oxfords, regular to clear at The Great Clothiers Of The Great West SPECIAL COURSE FOR STAFFS OF AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS The ministers of Agriculture and of Education are co-operating to still further increase the efficiency of the Provincial Agricultural schools. The teaching staff of the three Institu- tions aro meeting in Olds during the month of September, for the purpose of standardizing the work in each of the special courses of instruction of- fered, and for the special considera- tion of the! problems and methods of teaching. The variation In the age and previous educational attainment the-young men and women "wHo en- rol at the Agricultural schools Is so great that the problem of Instruction Is one of peculiar difficulty. The help- fulness of a professional course for those engaged a> :jnstruotors Is also fully recognized.-' It is these two con- siderations which has led .the1 govern- ment to make the necessary arrange- ments (or this, special course of one month's" duration, f This is the first.time on the contin- ent that such -a prof essional course .has heen given to the instructors in agricultural schools, or colleges, and Is another evidence of the fact that tha Minister of .Agriculture and the Board of Agricultural 'Education are deter- mined that'the insiruciioii provided at_ tha Agricultural schools shall bis as" efficient as possible. course will ba under the Imme- diate direction "of J. C. Pro-i yjncia! Director of Technical Bduoa- tion. 32 44 76 1 [iss Ashton........... 2T [iss Norris 21 41 37 42 .SUMMARY 'igh School 104 Eiifral 472 ieetwood 226 estminster 311 albraith................ 19S ardiavillo 76 42 20 59 107 501 222 330 206 78 50 Total ...............1426 1503 Enrolment is now within 77 ol hat it was for tiie whole of Sep- raher last year, We havo ono loss achcr. Presentation to Local Lodge At tho meeting of the local lodge of 3 Sons of England Benefit Society, ed Robins, president of the Grand dge of! Alberto, and Past President loml -rcEstttcd tlio lodso h a framed photograph of the.dele- :os to. ;fh'e. annual convention of the iety, held In Windsor, Ont OUR Slock of Victor Victrolas is complete. We also have over 3000 Victor Eecords to se- lect from. Also all the latest Modern Dance Music by the greatest Dance Orchestras in the "world. Spec'al list of British War Songs and Patriotic 'Music by popular singers' and bands. where the Victor- is Pre-eminent God Save the King. .Rule.: Britannia. Canadian Regimental Mar- ishes. Dreadnought March. O Canada Red, White and Blue. The Engliih Moo. Regimental Marches of Scot- tlih Brigadi. Ye Mariner! of England. The Veteran's Song. Yeomen of England. Where Glory Leads. La Marseillaise. Wellington Maroh. Imperial Alliance. The Battle of Stirling. The Recessional (Kipling.) And many others. The proof is in the hear- ing. With a Vidtrola in your own home you have the world's greatest mu- sicians and entertainers at their betft. There are VIdors >nd Victrolnt in great variety of stylet from to fon ptymcnti if desired) and ten- inch double-sided Victor' at 90c for the two til "Hii .Mittei'i Voice" ia every town and city in Ask for free copy of out booklet'-'Three Modern Daneet" with five Mr. Vcrnon Cattle and 286 moving picture tMching tht of the Modem tuncei, and our 300 page Muifcal Eocyclopedui liattog over' 5000 Victor Records BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONEGOMPANY Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS ALL. THROUGH THE DOMINION GIVE US A CALL MASON RISCH 4U4-5tK St. South .21 Western Branches Ltd. Phone 791 VICTROLA XVI Tkt bjr >ll Buiicil MsdstllfSlesk 3 ;