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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .AUGUST T K E L E T H B R ID G E D AIL Y The.foHowjng is a list of tlic suc- cessful 'candidates, in the Grade X. Dapartriiejital Exaniinati-ovi.' WiHred E. AdaineU, Edith Aios- A, Andtrsou, Mathesou, Nettie B. Mti- Anderson, Ethel'Ajmable, Baliour Cij'lde, Lena Margaret Car- Milvoh Coulte.- .Aan-iouie Mickclsoh, ''.George M. Mihal- Alice .Mi, Ouellette, Paul Page', Mar- shall Malictt; Hay MaHett, Nettie Malone'y, Stella Annie Matsdi'ii, Ruth Elizabeth Mar- "tiiij '.'Agnes M. Martinusen, John Arinstroni. Gerda- Asp, A i-iloic M. Ad-. G. .Uaker, Ellen Atleliwe Baker, '1 homas M. Uallantyne, MacLarcn Cameron, RoLcrt -Al- fred -Francis Car- xitt, Grace Mir- Marion Cato, Donald Ch'idtey, C'hisholm, llae Mclntyte thittic-iC, Catharine Chrystal, Harry Wilson Clark, .ch2on, lvthc-1 James -Francis Mitchell, Helen Ger- trude Moore, Caleb E. Morrison, John War cup MorrisoB, Mary Jlari Palmer, Geraldine Lilley Parke, Lor- raine Patrick, Gladys Patterson, Harry A. MacDonald F. Brock Pannock, Jennings Pavey Pet- ir, Iver H. Peterson, Josephine Pct- erson, Harold Phillips, Wa- Wilion Clark, Netta Iltlen neta Picrion, Walter StrcnR Pitt Earl Thornton C'olt.n, Kdua Coirm, I Gordon Thomas Pollr-y, Aiclii'-ald Jr- Mary E. Marjcrie Seat'ii, Monba 31- Benson, Belle' IKit, Gordon D. Bishop, Er- uost Biaif, Bcrnadettc Bloinleau, John Israel Bowman, Ruby E. Boscr, Mtrnti Jucnes Bray- ton, ron ant, n'llham Sinclair Pen to i, Jlacel Minnie Poolc, Bessie OKord Porteoiss, Marjory Louisa Postclthwaite, Lionel William Powne, trie M. Pyke, Sam -Pyper, HERALD PAGE vww'Ss-'tfit mmaHctmt.wmrnwmm INO Res.ll 15 Office 1224 Kz fer v.'ar, I call it There yen hev it plain an' I don't want to go no furdsr Thau my'Testy men t fer that. To my shame, I see K.C., of Toronto, .Out., the marriage to take place quietly on Tuesday, Sep- tember 1. j i Miss Ruth Freeman, bride-elect, was the raiEori d'etre of a delightful tea The imminent death twenty thous-'hour function which claimed Mrs. El and men, i NT. Hfginbotham as hostess on Satur- That, for a fantasy and trick cf fame, jday afternoon. was .served in the Go to their graves like beds; fight for a plot Whereon the numbers cannot try the Which JB not tomb enough, and con tinent, To hide the slain. Dr. C. C. Crag and family have re- Gracs'B. Ram'agc, Jcli'n Ylan-! lurned frora Waierura Lakes, where kin. Ma' el Kuth Rans, Charks D J they Vl'ere holidaying for two 'weeks. beautiful old iha table, a'dorn- ed with fragrant v'ari-colored s'-.vaet poas, being .presided over by Mrs. I JUgby and B. Bowman. Mrs. J. D, HJginbotham and Miss Bawden assisted, wlCe Miss Helen' McKillop, Miss am! V.iss Dor- otby'Iientley served the dainties, and Helen and Kathleen CoJpmari passed the sweets. Alice Marian t Brown, By-1 Rtid, LawKace'AlVliiTteiir'Henrv w'i An interssrlag wedfl'ng solein- (p-'W., Charks Bry-J F. Kendall, Mary Minnie McKay is holidaying'! at_St' _Church, Bian Qraca ,n> Marraret Burns! tue A'.pine club at Field. AI ert Bi'll, Dje-Foicst Buiford, Mm- R cb.rds-u, William Albert Pass, Al-j nie Grace liurkholder, Catherine Ce-gander Glasgow Robertson, Wilbur' Miss Mary Sisaoson returned on Sat cxlLi' Keith..... Bi D hir t___......... Muriel Or Helen Cross, Jstcen, Bertha StecvesT Esther! Miss Lucile Eel-storm, who has been immediate relatives and friends o? Daley, ilaly Dalkin, i Stewart, Ida May in Seattle for some time past, 'return- tac Mr. Jerroni played the don, on July.': 20, wh-sn Letitia, daugh- ter of Ezekiel Evans, Lome avtnue, 'v.-as.' marrie.d' .to- the Rev. Alexander Howard 'Kennedy, rector ot" AH Saints' Church, Calgary. Rev. C. S. Quain- ton rThe britig was given away by .her. father. The ceremony j took place in the presence of oaly the Margaret home on Saturday night. Dezso Oscar Alhert Mclnlosh! m J r tf T- JP u M.rjraret L'Hus John Howard Jeanne P i Davfcs, Marj Am, Daxi-s, Ef-, Rc.ss, Vans Rabh Rutherford, Chas'l Laura E. Elizabeth Grade X. and Laws, Caroline "McMillan, Knth Via station Cora 'Bell -Petro, Grade I c T P -I C McMillin." Myrtle-.McN'evJn, Malcolm} X. History Ciucn oUggested rOSSibliiry Of Ba'ri John Kindly Reeves, GraJe X. Physical Geogra- MaCDonald, Jlatel J. Frances Jessie Grade! yitrlss McLeod M.ichftn, Will BotaTiy and ami Physical Robert Murray MacKin-j Science of X. or XI.; Susan Viola tt, Stuart K. MarLeod, William Grade X. or M. Physical Sci- Alev. Kathleen Thelma Mac-; as all agog yesterday with excitement -over. 'the'1 warlike de- velopments in Europe, came thick ana fast, as the Heralirnad pre- dicted. A special service ox-er the Western Associated Press iwires was maintain- ed by the C.P.R. most admirably, and tbrongs crowded about the Herald of- fice, where the bulletins were posted, throughout the day, the street- being almost impassable at times with eager searchers after news. The in- extended. to every town Southern Alberta, and long distance caI3s were almost continuous. The last important news came in at five o'clock. A bulletin was posted to the effect that later bulletins would be announced from the bandstand in Gait Gardens. afterlight tacy began to filter through. The largest crowd that ever assembled in the square surroucdefV the bandstand to hear the latest reports hot from the Ray- lerest were cleared at about The bulletins were read The handclapping and cheering- con- rined all through' the espe- cially any re- ference to movements of the Royai navy or army. When Germany mentioned, there "was a subdued pall of silence, and the hands of the en- thusiasts came not into juxtaposition. During the day two Germans -vfere seen reading the iullstur announcing of_the Hamburg-American liner by the tokening pleasure- crossed their .coun- tenances. (Among the crowd that swarmed around bandstand last night were seen many Austrians, who seemed mystified that their country should not be mentioned In tie des- patches more frequently. With the vires cleared, and nothing of importance coming through, the band wound up the proceedings by playing "God Save the a large Union Jack being floated from the bal- cony same time. er or not she would observe the neu- trality of Belgium. Heavy firing reported in the Xorth. Sea during the afternoon: taken to in- dicate that a French-German naval engagement, was in progress. No con- iaiy again, declared her intettiOn preserve her neutrality. Switzerland: issues mobilizing order. _ i Chronology ,off events since Saturday evening at four o'clock: Germany- declares war tm. Russia. Prance Issues a statement that wires, which nine o'clock. alternately with the band numbers by J B. B. McCarthy., and .'cheer after cheer resounded through the park. German Ambassador le'aves- SL- Pet- ersburg. r' j-.'V, _r -Sunday Germany invades -Luxemburg, seiz- ing the government offices and tele- phones. Germany reported, in London in dis- patch from have declared war on France; Ju'es Ssmbon, French Consul, leaving the German capital. S Mobilization of the French, army an- jnounced in Paris. French fleet of twelve vessels pass- The most stinang incident occurred es trough Gibraltar, bound east when the bulletin announcing Cana- da's cf fer oT assistance "was read. The crowd did 'not get time to raise 3 good cheer, for the band immediately struck Word reached'London at three o'- clock in the afternoon that German troops had invaded'Franee. Special session, of British Cabinet JHunorea tnousana- GermaiT reported crossing the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg to invade. Great Britain issued order oallhtg all Army and Navy Reeerres ttft'lrorld over to the colors. Russian, Germad border in Posen and at Telegraphic Brussels and Luxemburg serered. England reported at 1 pan, rnoWI- izing forces in the Nbrtli- Sea. coal steamer, Sason, in.7 from to 'Prussia seized :by; German navy and'taken to CuihsLven. 1 An English. Tessel of the-Wilebn line reported captured British, battleships reported oot chase for three-- German, cruisers In Atlantic waters 'ofTtiie coast of --the West Indies and .America. vessels have put Into 'Ameri- can ports. Reported tHat England lad ckp'ter- ed the Hamburg American Kron. Prlncew Macleod, Alta., Aug. attempt to take a terrible revenge on a sec-j ively bring horns the gnilt to Ksylo- Jt through several times. Then there cuk, and L. H. Putnam of Blainnore, arose the mightiest cheer that ever rent the atmosphere that hovers over the tranquil city of Round after round of salute went up, and theis.ali >as hushed whfie the reply; from Secretary of Colonial Affairs up "The JIaple Leaf First Sunday mod- Malcolm, Margaret Vita Ernstca may proceed to "Tal was suggested by Hilda Marion Mosher, XL and Grade X.' Diploma will in Court on 0. Mowers, VaUri.t Jane Nai- granted upcn paspirts an examination r nesday, Nick Ksylocuk, an Aus- who appeared for the defence-, was successful in keeping out an incrimin- latins statement made by accused to j Corporal Mead, of N.W.M.P. In discharging accused his Honor inti- -ch the evidence was was a der, BeForcst Norman Nelson, Hilda in Drawing in 1315.. Irene ..New-combs, Janet F. L: Xix, Robert Charlfs Nobb, Geneva, Am- Zoi C. Norman, Xetta O'Brien, Mary'cricsn navai omcers on leave in ratherinc O'Connor, Annie Vinctta Swit'eriand, were recalled today on JOke, L'zelle Or'Ranse, Ina Osborne, i orders from Washingtco. Irian miner of Bei'ievue, wa.s "acquitted by Ri3 Honor Judge McXeill on a ser- charge of dynamiting a snack be- longing to anollier miner named Toob- j M. Campbell, K.C., appeared for itz, Prom the evidence given it that for the Crown. Antwerp, Aug. law was cm history of Reported that a German army of- repulsed "with heavy losses by French army on French territory. Confirmation of the report that Ger- many had invaded French territory came in the shape of an official mes- steamer, bound from. New to Germany, with ToVed Into Plynaouth. >-J France" calls out aH reservists resid- ing' iir Canada and States.' Secretary McAdoo of, the United States treasury, stated "that the Bank- ers' association -would on Monday con- sider 'a proposal to send In gold' to London. Canada sends, and receives a reply from the Motherland to offer of help in, case of action. British, war -vessels sent Into, the North Sea to bring the British fisting lieet 'back to, England. last report oiv Sunday that. England had decided not to sa expeditionary force abroad, but to do ner best by honorable means to keep from being drawn into the Vrar. HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL IN EUROPE The bar.d played sage from France to the British gov- ness was all Harcourt was read. "The Red, White arid and tho i ernment dnring the afternoon, read- strains enlivened tlxe m-altitude to J ing as follows: "Paris, Sunday, 4.10 U. more cheers, which testified beyond French territory was the shadow of a doubt that if the sen- 1 this morninc at Cirey and tlment was as strong all over the Do- 'Longwy by Orrtnan troops. The minion as it is in Lethbridgo, Canada j toras port at Delle was attacked by is ready to meet any emergency into, double fusilaae." i- which the Motherland may be preclpi- j Germany refused to return an ans- wer to England's question as to vrneth- v Edmonton, A'lta.. Aug. Chief Justice Harvey is under- stood to be still in His friends hope Se: may have; got out before war was declar-" ed. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of .Agriculture, is .known to be in Denmark. 1 ;