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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KOUR THE LETHBRIDGR DAIIA HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST I the Hlbcrta DAILY AND WIIKLY Praarlttora (THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ISO COMPANY, LIMITtO ttJ 6th Street South, W. A. FrMtdent anj Managisr Dirtctol TSLKPHONM Oftics In other .words, cow become the turn W tho Socialists to bo used Eustnwi Maaiiw [in place o! the army. The army, that is to ESV, having failed in its mission Subtcriptlon Party, Sellvered, per week delivered, per year ..J5.M Diilji by maU, per year .JtM man, per year by mall per year fo 0.S..IJ.M TMtei ot of Babtcrlptloni ap- fta dally on Eddresj label. Accept- of ezplraticc oato U CflUiDrliy to continue tliB sub- -1 .THEPROGRtSS OF-Jtif WAR. i j The." German s -are showing .deter- mined -resistance north of: the Yecle, 'now, but with little success. The al- lies retaining the Initiative all along tho battlefronl. and the Amerf- can-bold npon Fismes has been" un- in spite of the stubborn fight- Ing now being put up by. the German forces. There Is liillo fresh In the situation today, the allies 'Continuing their pressure, with repulse of German coanler attacks at several points'. onis of the Kontgs-Piat'z, as com- pletely as the Germa'n soldier IE the trenches, and it mutinied, Its'Jite wdtthl bo preeisolj' tho same. There- fore it Is perfectly manifest that when It publishes an announcement thai Majority Socialists are desirous of au International conference, ft Is because the general staff Is anxious that the Socialists should display their ajuriety, GOOD WORK ON FEED SITUATION. General satisfaction will be 'felt" by .tie .farmers', of. Alberta Over "the ef- fective' and prqmpt" manner In which -ia-thia province has been- solved. Great credit- is dhe In this regard to tho efforts ot Hon. Duncan1 who- lost no time in "bringing: togeytpr proper rail- Tray and government authorities to deal wtyh the eitualion. No long were neces- sary.. Mr. -Marshall- -was able through' his organization to gather in- formation to convince alKhal aid was necessary if the livestock Industry ot tie province was to be'sned serious setback, -and arguments convincei! the railvrays and mrnlon1' government that; '.they could not do-too much to save the situa- tion: The result Is that the southern far- mer- raai tian port nis ctock free feeding srouncis in the north, or U.he be 'criy'ship flaying machine- ry north, cut bis hay and all the transportation is paid for by the Do- iBinloh'gorernfflent and the railnd3a each assuming half It Is t6 be noted that In Montana half rates are grant- ed on bit the Alberta solution Is a Jon'g'Tvay -ahead -of such --an ar- rangement Vf. F." Stevens, the livestock com- missioner for'-the province, Is spon- tbr advice to the farmera' to >hlp their. stock north to the-feeding grounds -wherever' possible. "He be- .the most .effective way as It will give the southern ranges a chance to recuperate. P. Burns, the cattle king of the pro- vince, states that less female slock i: his ela'ughter "houses thafl is usual at thl hme of the year, Indicating that the farmers have not beVi JstaTnpeded mlo selling their stock. The situation to Paris, the Socialist movement is to be used tn the telligereot snd oeulral countries, to modify the effect of the army's failure. That the Vorwarts should have been used to fly this laiesl peace kite, Is an Indication of how badly peaca Is needed in Germany, The 'German' High Command has for Socialism, even of tho well-controlled German type, absolutely no affection what- ever. The German High Command would treat Socialism precisely as Llent. Forstner treated the cobbler ol Zabern. But betas faced with" the very probability of losing its to General Foch, the General" Stalf has decided to make use Socialist Party to render its loss us light ns possible. The policy of the General Sta.'f has alivars heen a simple one. It has been to take all It could by force of arms, compelling the German Socialist Party to help it in th'i. but. in the erent of failure, to attempt to use tho Socialist Party 4o the application of its doctrine to itself. It Is the spin of. the polltlcst'coin with tho simple moito, ''Heads I vria, tab you applied both to the Social- ist Party Itself and to Germany's, op- j-oneais. Tel, in- spite. of this, It does not offer a Into which It should 'able- to -beckon the Socialist lly with any hope of success. At tho very moment, indeed, "when the General Staff Is making Its most imperialistic demand, the German Socialist le press- ing for peace by understanding, on the basis of neither' annexations nor con- Iributions. Heads 1 win, says the General Staffi'if tie army Is success- will take the British and colonies, we .will hold Bel- ful we French gium and Northern. France, and we our ebpire not. only .f.rorn 'Hamburg to Baghdad, but from Ham- -burg- ro the Caspian, On the other hand, TaCs you" lose, H (he nrrnv detealed -j-e -will have a Socialistic jwace, by which. Germany shajl.-losp othing, but shall be placed in a posl- lon to at l The that might been imagined that anyr KKly could have it. Yet IB pacifist welcomes it with, delight, hd the Socialist toys with. It as Ih'e iumph of the Internationale and. as new milestone on the road ederatlon of the world. If. however, ie man fh the street .might be allow- d to adapt tie the, Gonflo- er-Klng: The 'drawbacks they afe iany- and compensations few. What oes any reasonable person suppose ha General staff permits the. Vor- rarts'tfljnake these suggestions for? is, to 'be 'supposed: that, If does H ul fit affection {or' Socialism, or out t an overmastering desire for peace, s such? The pacifist and the pacifist jocialist will teH you that he la in- iifferent to the methods of the Gen- ral Staff, for.ihe moment the Social- therefore, very much, brighter than it appeared a few weeks agOi and the livestock .ndnstry, which is gaining to rapidly south will not snr ttr e. really serious setback. THE LATEST GERMAN PEACE KITE -v. Th'e, feSws tHat the Vorwarts aianhVlne Belgian Socialist relary to the' Internationals by (he-executive at the 6erman So- oiaDfMlajorlty and dectsnflg lit wll partlclrale In an infernal Socialistic conference, to Include American Social IsU to very far from bllng nfifiout elgirlllcance thinks the Cbrlst'an'i Science Monitor 5n Blort, Ufa latest phrase ot the'Qer njan peace offensive and tho allies' njsy.rest assured that It will bs preai ef ir'fnjenlle jlnas his beSn vo Ludsndorffj lo reach Paris If Uny person Imagines thai tte.Vorjarts loiday V6pre'enli suv lilnsTHke the polfcy'ot lhat'pap'er (In rid Herr Bebel or 1n thrbon IhnfiuiramacV SI Karl Llebknecdt, it SB aa well for Jilm (o dives ildea-immediaicly JJillfpisijceidemann, who is probabl; leading "plrit tinlay araonsat th tferman Majprily Sodaltate Is a ver different jwrapn from Bebol or LI eh and surrendered hlmsel servant to the Lledzlger anil as i whom Jt_o wobli Oheyi The Vorwarf become completely an organ of the German government a the Lokal Anzelger or the Koinlsch ZeltniiK It ox.sta tOrday lo uu tla( 0( the uran. jn authority, in othe ICKED UP IN FOR THE SUSY WAN THE'-DEMRTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS coal costs fH.J5 a Xoa in Win- nipeg now. Miss Kalheriuo Stinson ,flew with mail from Red Deer to Cauirose. A half breed convict escaped from the provincial Jail at Fort Saskatcho- Pblllip Goddard. ngod 51. a well known market gardener of Dixie, Ont., died from arsenical poisoning. X Lieut. Ltpsett of Holland, Man., was killed IB an airplane Accident in Ens- liad. Calvary. Is to'have.a fuel cPmmSs- Eloner and it is likely thiT J., B. Chandler will be appointed. Miss H.. E. .Jack5.Qaj._ajsIslant city librarian at has completed thirty years in the. city's service. H. McCausland, "M.C., has been appointed director of chaplain servjco for Western Can- ada with headquarters it Calgafy. Sapper Turndhall 'J.-Huseby, was confined In Vancouver'awaitics trial on charge of Dassault commit suicide by.hanging. The Windsor Record has been sold to William P.. Herman" at 'Saskatoon, the purchase price being in the- neigh- borhood of Lieut Clifford J. Moir of the son of Mr. J. J. 'Moir, of Ktliarney, Man., has Klcce June 30. Convicted of violating the-food-hill In that he was charged with fioardin? seven sucks of flour, lawyer of Seattle, was fined Joseph AIney, formerly controller of the city of Montreal "was appointed general superintendenUof tho-Quebec provincial employment bureau. R. Houston.', secretiry. of the Toronto Stock Exchange has received word that his second missing at-the front.., 'Lieut. E. .L. Morley. of, the-1 formerly accountant" 'tie IBank of Commerce at Vermilion, has been killed in' an accident at Deser- onto. v- The little four year old son of Harry Karachuk, of Vermilion, had one of his legs cut "off aid 'almost severed by a mower, his "You can't order-people to pray; I Won't sign my "name to said Mayor in refusing a'request for' a "proclama- tion regarding dally Saskatchewan, provincial lied Cross collections have now rea'ch'ed over f In this fiscal year, asd'ivill likely, go be- fore tho end of the year. H. J. Packham.'d'C.P.RV'cqnauctor was "Winnipeg .after pleadln'g-giully'H.6 :chargeV >.c( and secrelTommissiori laid' agains him by-tho provincial police: TTil A brass tablet arected in. Winnipeg city hall to'the menTofy ler William Altkeu .and Assistant Scoutmaster William Coates4 who lost their lives at Grand Beach a year'ago was'rm'veiled test weeV Professor W. J. Loudon, pf Toronto University was fined J20 et Pprt Tho following students .were suc- pcssful In. passing the recent Grade Via Departmental Examinations: Marlon AtatL. Christopher Abell, Gladys Aberdeen, Elsie Adam, Ferua Warn, Aurel Adams, Elsie Adams, John Adams, Mabel Adams, Marios Vdanis, N'oriaan Adams. Robert'Atf. ams. Stuart .Adams. William Adsett, Vufllhaldo Aide, Frederick Alexander, !vclyu, C.'Allan, Ola Allan, WiUJani AUan.'.Jofta Leonard 'Allen, Mi Allen, Tifoiias Dou- glaa Allred, Dorothy-Allyn, Ambrose, Ainell, Olive Pearl Mills Ambrose, J Arnell, Lena AniunQsen.'Selma Amuud- son, Winnlfred -Ancock. Ada .Grace Anderson, Alice Anderson, Delia Anderson, Charles Francis An- derson, -Gladys. "Anderson, Ileleu Mayo Anderson, liiidur Anderson, Leona Pearl Anderson, Stanley Ander- son, Welcome Ruth Anderson, Will- am D. Anderson, Thomas Honald An- drew. Clifford Lc'rno Andrews, lion- aid Andrews, Kellio Apnleby, Jane >oneu, Margaret Apps, Muriel Archer, Xefa Archibald, Leona George Argue, Bertha Oliva Arlend- son, Fred -iVrailtage, Ardls India Arm! strong, Beatrice Irene Armstrong, .Ber- nard Thomas Armstrong, Eddie Arm- Graco Cardiff, Alice Horcnce M. Carey, Luclte Frances Carey. Clit- ora Carlaw. Margaret Jane Carle, Jella Jane Carleton, John Abuer Car- laic. UecJa CnrUon, Helen Nancy Cnrlyte, Dlanche .Carmlchocl, Ixiulse Osmenter, Elizabeth Carpenter, Catharine C'arrlgan, HafoW earring- on, Willie Carson, Sloanor May CarsKcD, Clifford Car: er, Edwr.rd .Carter, Curler, Marlon A. Carter. Roland W, Carter. torls Casey, Myrtle- Cavanaugb, .Mar- ott-MarJo'rlo CawEsy, Winnie B. Caw- hoVne, Evelyn L. Chafe. Jeesle Chalk- nL-JUlph Challenger, Flo En a Cham- Stephanie Chamberlain, Ver- ion L. Chanil'erliiln, Lilly H. 'M. Cham- Jack .Chapman. Bertha Msrtlno strong, Grace V.- Armstrong, Dorothy ''Armstrong, James Ireno .Arm- slrorig, Kathleen Armstrong, Eric Ar-: nold, George Douglas Ash, Fred pden, Thelraa: Atkins, Virone Atkins, Jaoies Atkinson, Clifton At- kinson, Harold Audet, Jean Audrey Auser, Ixfula 'Auger, Alice Ausenhus, FYancIs Austin, -Margaret Elaine Aus- tin, John Aver, Helen Wionifred A'yk- rord, Samuel James Aykroyd, John Amey Aylesworth. Vcrna.Augusta Bacon, Irfona Bag- ley, George Bajle, Edwin Hruco Ball- -Harvey -Bailey, Arthur Frederick B.lines, Eufus.'M. Baird. Fred Baker, Hubert BakeY; Mary Susie Baker, Al ber( Ed ward. Balaam, Fell Bal- derson. Arthur lialdwin, Katie Ballah, Hilda Bancroft, Be'rtraSl HaroM Ban- later, Harry Alden Jlan'ks, Jack E. Banks, Darwin Bah Angela Flor- ence Banrin. j e .Barber, .Henry Bardwell, Roy Barnhlli, Ruth Bare, Barbara Barker'-Ella- 0. Bamecut, Herbert D. _____, Loullo Mary.Bar'rie, Bella B.irrett, Charles Barrigan. Barrows, Gerald Wm. Bartlaw, ;Mayine 51. Bartlr.ni, Hazel Jly'rlle Edna Bass, James .Ilateman, Leslie Bat- Edward Bayno, Marlon Beaton, Beatly, Kathfir- Irie Beckj Bertha. .'pecker, Julia Be- dard, Mae- A. -Ueda'rd, Clement Louts ilelanger, Charles 'Bertram Ross Bell, Frances Frari'is -Bell, Mamie Sell Marlon Bell, May Bell, Willie Bell, ley, Claude Bcn'nit? ;C. Si? Bennett Grace illzabsUi Banbett, Harold BeVi nelt, Laurel'' 'ireria Lillian Bennett, Leona. Maud Bennett Hlifiel 'Beatrice Benn, Benson, F 'Afion Agnes- Spiers Berge'nrol, Gertrude Bergmatf; Chris tlrnv-Bersaulst, Erie -Berridge, Berrldge, Percy Berry, Jtaurice A Bettln, Nick Alice Efbby John Amos flickley; Bickloy st get'together round table, the_lP5e.djt. for assaultlngtMrs.-Margaret power of the General Staff. Will evap- orale Thai, cjrfeu ly enough, 'used o contention of.Couht Bernstprifi' who-is-not'-gencrally credited with an inordinate affection 'or pacifism or Socialism. But the lead- ng prophets gospel are uiian- off-sr.d BfQnitslit'.UlliMfl aad BreE- stein were fully convinced {hat If oniy he woman in-the face with-a dish, Rev. Dr. James Farquarharson, for- merly secretary of the .church and rd ot, Presbyterian his the BoasMa sVclaliel would throw .way the blandish- aenlSj Of.the Tecruitlng sergeant, and satiate and balllcoje Instincts .which. ils neighbors land or commaWeef: ng-hU neighbors 'factory, a' great 'of sympathetic1 'idealls-n 'would over wNh itfp result fca{ Fritz convert he Jlusslan pas 'dVileux Info-an in- irnallonal pas de (juatre 'Everybody knows' wHat' fallowed, Aa thro Jlui? tan: a ray mf- china guns aKa'rlfler'Ulfano'lf1 and Bronsfeln cpilectfd tirose ilnconsldcr- manso board hurch 'at ______ retirement In up a -Now Glasgow, Quc. A number of patrioifc people (n ,Taucouver started to bulid a home for 'rivato Donald Hope "nind' bli family who we [e, burned puj, Sfhen thV-hbuse .partly of 10 job with the reaiilt thaC those in charge are how calling for more help. Judgnient In one" of th'e heaviest civil suits in tho city '.of' was the watchword of slaves and If o( the.-irbtocratB had'chas- tlaed UW Htrislans. wllh whips -was it not ID- of the. Tear of tho jirelelaris' to chastise the country with Presumably then; the notice which has Just apeared In thb Vorwarts-fs tho Infection of the mclb> oil of Bronstoln spread- ins as they explained Ihey would, In Ihe General Stalf. Mr. Kipling's ma? convince himself thai that to so, the, Independent PartfMn England may make an effort to believe it. Iiuy'lt Is to be'hoped'that ;thc'great.eane world will prove ot dndorilaMhg the methods of ihe otfensho as comnletely as General Fpcli and allied com mandera are proving cap- able ot apprecfallng the military ef forU of the General Staff was delivered when Mr. Justice Mc- Carthy dismissed [he-action of Mrs. ilora M. Hnbtar'd'who claimed' )00 damages owing, to the conelruc- tlon o! a street through her prouerly In 1911. An .American soldier, bringing In a sijuail o( prisoners was startled upon Priding his own father among them." The father returned to' GCrmai) Po- land a year before the yar.s'larted and was forced Into thi arin'yl The- son lectured his '.against .being a 3erman and then promised him It's beat In tho Nelson city has' bfien' Invaded by millions of red-admiral butterflies The slreels are literally alive with tho black and red "creaturra flitting here anrl there and rcd-admirats makd -their appearance every year, but IbU. yoar ,a larger number than usual 'arc In evidence OM timers carf venture no reason. Announcement has been made nl 1-os by Diatributo'rs' (ilrcult that >ISry ford a thei prijilu'cera. -lor "eight-', filclore's, which the. screen (luo'en lii'lp receive ;harlebols, Mary Charlobols, Roy Floranci) ;iarke harles Ohesser, Julia Mary- Chidden, ariln Cbipman, Chlsholm.r 0. .eslle Chisholm, Harold Chlttlck, Sefarcl P. -y Chapelle, Adolharth 0. mristensen, Hans Chris Christie, >Iary lAHco Chrysler, Dorothy clirystal, Mad Amanda Churclilll, Myra Cllpperlcy, James Miriam Alice Clark. Claude Clark. 'jamcs'-Cla'rki Ma'rth'a Clark, Oral Constance' Clark, Ernest 5t. Clalr Clarke, Elsie "M. er Clarke, Horace Clarke, Margaret Clarke, Eva Claiton, -Ilertha Clay, 3thel Clay, Agues Cleary, Heta Clc- and. -Marlon Clydesdale, Mona dyne, .Etta Cochrau, Gordon Gllnioro Cochran, Edltu Cody, Mar- guerite Cody. Jioy Coe, A. E. C. Cof- 'in, "Freda Jesse Franklin :ole, Orvlllo Colley, Georse.Colllcut, Austin .Bruco Collier, .Eric Colting- wood, Edith .Hdpa Collins, Lcota Col- IftiS, Wren Collins, Ktlrl Allworth Dorothy Collls, "Auldine ,-lazel Colquhoun, Nina Annie Col- ville. Annie Connelly, Bessie Brella Connelly, Lucile Connors, Alice "M. Amelia Adelaide Cook, Grace Allco Cooper, Gladys Robert E. 'Coccland, Alfred Corbett, Zima Aloerta. Gwen Co'rmack, -Mabel Thelma" Cornell, El- eanor. CornetHe, Leslie Corse, Wnne.ta Cottrel, Leonard Cottle, Fred- erick aeorge' Cbtlle, Nellie Agnes Teddy 'Marguerlta Frank. Oraco Cow- en, Bob Cox, Jennie Cor, Ilulh Cox, Thomas Cor, Richard Henry Crabb, Cecil Cragg, Chester -Donald rang, Lucile Craven, Agnes Craw: fOrd, Crawford, Ctella" Crawford, Josephine .-Crawford, Willie Crawford, Elsio Mae, Bdnd Cree'r, George Crelghton, Birdie" Hazel Crockelte, William Eleanor Crough, Guy" Crowell, Eleanor Crqwle, Ltlllan Maria Crazier, J.esSIe Crnlck- .kj Thelma" Culhnm, Grace Culley, Wintel Violet Isabella Cummlnj, Gordon Cummiugs, Jean Cumrillng, Alice' Jlyrna' Ciinnlng- Allan McMillan Currie; Edna A Currie, Jeati' CurrieV ;Mabel Currie, Ellen Christina Blgeloif, Joshua Big lands, Mary Blglands, Jean Blnnie. Richard, p. garet S. Bird, Sidney _F. "Bird, Billot H. Birdsall, JaraesJ Blfney, Anna Bir isn, George Fleetwood Bis- pit. Hildur Blorkgren, George Black lertrude Bernice Black, Helen Black Georgia Biackwell. Nelly A. Black wood, Nellie T.-Roy Blake toha Blakemore, Johanna Bldaken Gorman 'Marlon 'Blow jeorge Blunrten, Ernestine- "Bols io'H, Otto DonerlE, '-MHIIcent Bin :iam, Violet Boniface; Edna .-Ma; Boomer, Eihra Booth; Florence. Har riet Borden, Winnlfr'e'd Borrelt; Deii nis Bosiey, Marie i A Jock Boueock, Edith Alberta Bowden, Elizabeth Bowen, Ralph Re rCriald" Bowen, Anderson Lillian Victoria 'Bowers, Ida Bowman, Ronald bowman, Malcqlc Sutherland Boyce.v'n. -Boyle, Lavin; Ruby Boylngton, Ruth Boyson, An drew Cameron Brad Brad' 'ord> Georgo Bradley, James Bradley, Richard Ernest Bradsha'w, Rosamond Bfalne'rd.'D. Bramley-Moprei s Rupert Brandt, Charles Herbert ,Bralton, Martha JJrannberger, Bertha Bray, Iceland James Brc-mner, Clara Bren- nan, Annie Brennans, Alice" Brentbn, Mary Thelnu Brews'ter, Annlo Kath- leen Brindle, Violet, E. Brlnkman, Andrew flroatch, "OUsKyo." Brooke, Jean Stirling Charles Brooke, Drummond Annlo Brown, lialmc'r Clare Brown, Corydon Evelyn: Ed- ith Brown, Gerald" Brown, Gladys' Iris Jack Brown, Jack Douglas.Brown, Lucille B. Brown, Uicinda Anna Brown, -Mary Potter Brown, Iltota 'Brown, Vllato Brown, Mario Drowning, Isa Eslella Bruce, Stanley M. .Brundage, .Howard Brunlecs, Lillian Bru'nleos, -Max Brim- her, Eva Wendell' liryen- lon, Sadie Gray Ba'chanatij Freda Bu- cholJ, Georgo lienhln'g" Buckley, Ocr- trnde Budd, Nick Buk, Bea'trice-Bun- ton, Cyril Dunyanl-'1 BJan'ch'6, Burch, Magdellanna Bures, ''Prances. Riith David Bdrkhbldcr, EUred Bufniiam, But. liulon: Henry Dahl, Cliristene Dahl, ..Gladys Wirirtle Dalnes, Florence' Eroina Daisley, Annie Dalby', Margaret Daly, David Daniel, Dorothy Mildred Louise David. Doris'M. Davidson, Isabel .Mary Dav- idson, R. Davidson, Claude McDpna.d Davies, Mabel Vivian Davies, Norman Davies, Wm. John Daviss. Cyril Div ist Edward Elizabeth Davis Grace Marjory Davis, -733Eio Vitcoria Grace Marjoiy Davis, James Davis, Lc- ton Herbert Davis, Ubrclby Davy Elizabeth Grace Dawson, Arthur Rob ert Day, Dorothy Day, Horace Craw ford Day, William Alberj Day, 1} Dean, Madge Dean, Graca A. Demofte S. ODiKpsey, Dorothy Denlion, Beat Vice Denninglon, Jamla Ml Deaobn FJorence Derbyshire, Cora Delaurier Louise Dcsjardlne, Elmer James DCS mond, Annette Despines, Gladys M Desson, .Daisy Devereaus, Jeanetta Dowle, Florence Deyl, Herbert Edgar Dial, Cecil Richard Dick, May Jane Disk, Thomas Dick, Barker Dickinson Agnes Dlllabough, Dlllahougn Jeffrey Dlngman, Rose Dinuey, Dinwoodie, Chrlstino rjjrksen, Florence Dixon, Cameron-Do- htrer nrence Radoiijh-Dcbh'n, Leon ard Doherly, Ingeborg'Dohlmann, John Dollghan, Helen Doll, Archibald Malt and Donald. John JDonsey, Alia .Agnes Douglas. Milton Arthur Doupe, Esteli: Dowler, -Marjorle K. Downes, Leonard McCrao Downing Harry Drake, Albertfvlirever, Drlscoll; Marjorlo Brace Drummond Mabel Drysdale, Marie Laura Duce, Pearj Duce, Pearl Vic forln Duclby, Margaret Mar; Duffle, Nora Dulmage, Jean Dur.ba'r, Uuncan, Elliott Xeil Dunn; iiilla: Dunn, Annie Avery Dunning Helen Dunning Earlo Dunsraoor, Ro- meo DuplcjBls, Wilfred 'Dutll, 'Mary Eva Dyck, Ilulh Allan Douglas.' John Rein East, Her borC Easter, Mnralda Easth'ope, Grac Eby, Robert Ehy; Annlo Xiary Edgar Dorothy Helen Edgar; FlPrence W. Ed gar, Maud Blfse.-Rulh ,AJ Edglhgton Gertie Kdln, Con stance "Edni'bnds, DoVolby Ki wards, Fay, Held-Edwards', Uurke, Burnhi Ralph" Bulchart, Acel Icr, Allan Butler, Elsla Irene Hullor, Jnme.', Henry Butt, LcOne Iliitton, George Edward Byera, Mnry Ifelen Byrd. Florence Ellen Abblo Jloherta Cain, Fiorencfe FMna Caldwell; John .Caloy, Annlo Calkins, Florence, A. CallaRhaji, Ulli B. Calvert, Jane .Calveri, Anuus Alfred cfon, Doris erpn, Irene, Csrnejoh, Jeiiny Dannan tjne. Cameron Carrioron Agn6B..KiipIbcmIa. IJad6il Powell Camp! ell, Alice tamp oena uW Helmer Eggeuj Ha.r'r son Eke.'Loiilsa Daisy F.lbpMo, El zabelh Margaret Eider Vera Bltmella Elgin, ErniSst Elkli: Uither Joe Elllngs6ri, Edith Elliot Irene Elliott, Jean Elliott Eileen1 Bl Ila, Reila Ellis, .Winnie 0. Ellis, Arfi Marion Klmofo, Gordon H rick, Klvca, Klorenc Emcs, f3mcs, Silas Wesley EMS L'ydfa Enghange, Jlarl Kngllsh, Jfyrtlo fJnglfsh, Bessie" F En'nia, Koitli Erne, D.orplhy Erswe) Florence Esch, Kathleen Ksch, Mar HoynoldSi Eslor, Aleda Evans, Frederick' Evans, Freda Jl Ion A. Kvans, Flossie I, Everett, nora Eyeraman. Kahror, Elizabeth Fal Brnnral I fllr Joseph t-iirbrothcr Falrholm Nfnrk Mar: She mual.cafeplcfo.the.plc. bell, Janet Ma arct Camjinell JoftSfih Falk Johnathan Folkenburg tures tn 'ft months." -Miss J'lckfofd, aa iSrucO Campbell MargafCt fampbell Jine Ildbblo Marshall iarenoll Ros an addlttonal wlfl havD N'orma Fraaer Carnphell Audrey Cam Anna Pargoy, Helena tarly John Vi an own sludlo In [foltyiVobd...... roux, Florence Saphronla "noy, Wray Irarr Sarah Jean Carries Joyce Sorrow, Engeue I O, 'arrow. Eugene Faulkner. Beatrice Wwcett, Leslie Harold oseph Fcary, FoslherBlonhaujh, va Fell, Inez "enlon, William Fen'ton, Alice Clarence William Ferguson, El- en Ferguson, AValler Will "ngllsb Ferguson. Aluieda ler L. Ferris, Imogeue Ferris, ilarvyn I'ayno PertIg.-Martha Fester, Isabel arearet Field. Viola .Orluda Held, eraldlus Fleldhoiise, Margfsret Fjfc, Jrest Fink, jcfiq fawreace Fish, tmbal Fishor, Mae fisher, Maud Roslne Hsk, Guy Fitch. Una Catherine FKzgcr- ldrlielen Fltzpatrlck, Wilfred-Heel- am, Florence- tiearlns, Sara lemlng, Etlpa Fleming..' .Kdna Clcasta Jane Fllnn, Tlebec-" a Florence, B. Flynn, Harold F. Fock- er, Herbert Fogarty, Dan Foiey, Carl Percy Poote, -Mary Adelaide Edna Fordham, James.-, For- raan, Margaret Grace iEbha Fora, Thyra Christina For- und, Florenca Fprsler, Clarence For- ytho, Cora Fortier1. Bertha Horluni, ranees rosier, ack TSomas Foster, John Foster, lay Foster Wallace Juckworth Fow- er, IJllIau j.'.Fowler, Patsy Awler, ielen Foy, Emma Louisa Francis, cryl Marjo'rie Minnie >asbr, Robert Fraaor, Carrall Frarer, "lydo Fread, Edith Ictorla Fredell. Pearl Frederick, Innnah Martha JVodlne, Ross and, Florence-' Freeman, H, Frelfeld, luby i. Frey, Oella tTIed, .Ijucy.-FrJ. on, Donald E." Edward V. Ony Frost, Mory Ferroll. Mag 'Richard -Gabriel, ieorgo William Ury nt Oaddei, Honald Gaetz, Faith II. 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