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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE XLbc Xetbbvtboe Iberalb Xetbbli^gc, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publtther* VHC LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINt' INQ COMPANY, LIMITED m 6th street South, Lethbrldgo W. A. Buchar.an Fro�ldeat and Managing Director Yolia TonnncB -  Buslnot* Mwiagor TSLF.PH0NE8 BnBlnest Ottiee.......... Bdltortel Otfico .......... 1251 Suboorlptlon RatMi Dattr. fl�UT�red, per week -i* Dally, delivered, per year .....I5.O0 Daily, by raaU, par year ......M-00 Wookly, by matl. per year .....Il-M .Weekly, by mail per year to tr.S,.$I.O0 D�tei of expiry ot subicrlpUona appear dally on address label. Accept-anoe of papers lito.- explratit-o aata li I our tutborlty to continue the sitb-� acrlptloa. THE PROGRESS OF TiHE WAR. Thfir Germans aro showing dotcr-mined resistance north of tlie Vorilo, ' now, but wlfh little success. Tlio allies are retaining the initiative all along tho battlefront. and the American hold upon Pismes has been iin- *^haken in spite ot the stubborn fighting now being put up by the German forces. There Is little fresh in the situation today, the allies continuing their pressure, with repulse of German counter attacks at several points. GOOD WORK ON -FEED SITUATION. General satis-faction will be felt by the fanners oc .-Vlberta over the effective and prompt maimer in which the feed situa-tion -in this province has been- solved. Great credit is due in this regard to the efforts of Hon. Duncan Marshall, who lost no time in bringing togethor yie proper railway and government authorities to deal wijh the situation. N'o' long-drawn-out negofiations were . necessary.- Hon. Mr. Marshall wafi able through his organization to gather In- j formation to convince all that aid was necessary it the livestock Industry ot the proviace was to be saved fron^a serious setback, and his argumonta convinced the railways and the Dominion government that they could not do too much to save the situation. The result is that the southern farmer may transport his stock free to feeding grounds In the north, or if he prefers, he riia.v ship haying machinery north, cut his hay and all the transportation is paid for by tho Dominion government and the railways each assiiming halt. It is to be noted that in Montana half rates are granted on hay, but the Alberta solution is a long-way ahead of euch an arrangement. W. F. Stevens, the livestock commissioner for the province, is spon-tor ior th% advice to the farmers' to ship their stock north to the feeding grounds -wherever' possible. He be-lieve^:'thls .Is the most effective way as It will give the southern ranges a chance to recuperate. P. Bums, the cattle king of the pro words ot the Koulgs-Platz, as completely as tho German soldier In tlu> trenches, and it it mutinied. Its fate woQW bo precisely the same, Therefore it Is perfectly inanitest that when it publishes an annouiicomeut that tho -Majority Sodftliste .iro ilestroiis of an International conferonoc. it I3 because tho gerieral staff is pn.xioiis that tho Socialists should display thoir anxiety. In other words, it^hiis now become the turn of tho Socialists 10 be tised Jn place of tho army. Tho army, that is to eny, having failed in its mission to Paris, tho Socialist movement is to be used in the heiligeront nnd neutral countries, to modify the effect ot tho army's failiiro. That the Vorwarts should have been used to fly this latest peace kite, Is an -Indication of how badly peace is needed in Germany. The German High Command has for Socialism, oven of the well-controlled Gorman type, alitjolutely uo affection whatever. The German High Command would treat Socialism precisely as Lieut. Forstner treated tlio cobbler of Zabern. Cut being faced with the very | probability of losing its Zabern to | General Foch. tho Crcneral Staff has 1 decided to m.ike use of*he Socialist Party to render its loss as light as possible. The policy of the Gsneral Staff has alwa.vs been 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'd. but, in the event of failure, to attempt to use the Socialist Party to prevent the ?pplication of Its doctrine to itself. It is the spin o-f the political "coin with tho simple motto, "Heads I win, ta'is you lose." applied both to the Social-ift i'arty itself and to Germany's opponents. Yet, in spite of this, it does not offer a parlor into which it should be able to beckon the Socialist fly with any hope of success. At tho very moment, indeed, when tho General Staff is making its most Imperialistic demand, the German Socialist ie press- i i Ing tor peace by undorstariding, on the basis of neither annexations nor contributions. Heads I win, says the General Staff; it the army is successful we will take the British and French colonies, we will hold Bel-l glum and Northern France, and we will extend our ejapire not only from Hamburg to Baghdad, but from Hamburg to the Caspian. On the other hand, Talle you lose; if the army is defeated ye 'will have a Socialistic peace, by which Germany shall, lose j nothing, but shall be placed in a posl-' tion to renew^ Armageddon at leisure. The whole Idea Is so simple that it might h^ve been imagined that anybody could have seen through it. Yet the pacifist welcomes it with delight, and the Socialist toys with It as the triumph of the Internationale and as LETHBRIDGE DAH^Y HRRALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 6,1918 I)ICKED UP IN ASSING 1=1 .FOR THE BUSY MAN Hard coal costs Jll,2o a ton in Wia-nipeg now. Miss Katherino Stinson flow with mail from Ked Deor to Camroso. . A halt breed convict escaped from the provincial jail at Fort Saskatcho- THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS a new milestone on the road to the ; federation of the world. If, however, the man In the street might be allowed to adapt the saving of the Gondolier-King: The drawbacks they are many and compensations tew. WTiat does any reasonable person suppose the General Staff permits the Vorwarts to make these suggestions for? It Is to be supposed that it does it out of affection 'for Socialism, or out of an overmastering desire tor peace, as such? The pacifist and the pacifist Socialist w,ill tell you that he is indifferent to the methods of the Gen- vince, states that less female stock is i W'"^' Staff, for tho moment the Social-1 passing through his slaughter houses tha^ is usual at this time of the year, ihdlcatftiB that the farmers have not been ,stampeded into selling their ijreedlng stock. The situation is, i ists get ^together round a table, the i power of the General Staff w'ill evap-1 orate. That, curiously enough, 'used to ;he -the very contention of Count von Bernatorff, who-is not generally therefore, very much brighter than It i credited with an inordinate affection 'l(pipeared a few weeks ago, and the livestock industry, whi.ch is gaining so rapidly In the south, will not sut-tme e, really serious setback. THE LATEST GERMAN PEACE-KITE. ' * The^ iiews , that- the- Vorwarts has pUbMshed.'a letter, to Cinlillo Huys-manifs,' the -Belgian Socialist aiitf ^bc- ' retary- to" the' Internationals,', wTltten by tbe-.oxecutlv6- cii.iupramflCy at Karl Uebknecht, It W9\ild"'"bB,as well for him to divest. btmiolfn�f - - that �-� Idea � immediately, i�hlUp'iSohedrtemann, who is probably tjjio leading spirit to-day amongst the ine aj(' cpmpletely an orgfttt ot tho Gerinin government as the I^kal An�eleer or the Kolnlache Zeltung, It'OxIstB ti�-day to do the bidding of the man la authority, in other for pacifism or Socialism. But the leading prophets of the gospel are L'lian-off and Bronstein. Ullanoff and Bron-stein were fully convinced that if only the Russian SoclaliBt would throw away his arms, decline the blandishments of the recruiting sergeant, and satiate and bellicose , Instincts which might be left- to him ..by. plundering his neighbor's iand or commandeering his neighborfs 'factory, a- great Wave'ot sympathetld idealism would BJviep' over Gerrfiaify, with'llfG result tbatFrltz and,'EW3tQin .�;pul'd 'convert the, liusstaa .pas db' deiuc Into � an international pas de quatre. �Everybody knows-' wHat-' followed. A;s tlre.Ilusfan;ftrmy aWc&rdfedits machine' guha" a'tid ' riflear, ' L'lfanoff" and Bronstein collected tlioee itncorisider-ed ^rifles. pacitlBni,. they-'announced, was the WEtshword ot slaves and It thefl'sar of-ttie-arlstocrate had chastised the; Russians..with'whips', was It not the manifest duty ot tho Taar of tho .proletariat to chastise the country �with scOrplonB? Presumably, then, tlie notice which has just apoured in the jVorwartBf Is tho Infection of tho moth-ods ot Ullanotf and Bronstein spreading, as thoy explained Ihoy would, to tlio General Staff. Mr. Kipling's "Stoclcholmlto" may couvlnco himaoif that that la bo, the Independent Labor Party^iln England may make an effort to believe it. But it is to bo hoped that tlio great sane world will provo ilael^ capabla.of undor�tandlnK iho methods ot the -peace offensive as wnnyletoly as General Foch and his allied commanders ore proving themaolvc* capable otrapproclatlng tho military efforts of-the General Staff. Phillip Goddard. aged 52, a woll known market gardener ot Dixie, Ont., died from arsenical poisoning. Lieut. Lipsctt of Holland, Man., was killed In an -airplane nccldeat in Kiig-land. Calsrary Is to have a fuel commis-elonrr and it Is likely th.at J., B. Chandler will bo appplnted. Miss H. E. .Tackson, assistant city librarian at Winnipeg, has completed thirty years in tho city's service. Lleut.-Col. H. .McCausIand, -M.C., has been appointed "assist-ant director of chaplain service for Wosteni Canada with headnuartftrs at Calgary. Sapper Turndhnll J. Husoby, who was confined In Vancouver awaiting trial on charge of assault tried to commit suicide by Ranging. The -U'lndsor Record has been sold to William F. Herman ot Saskatoon, the purchase price being in tho neighborhood of $150,00. I-ieut. Clifford J. Molr of the R.A.F., son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moir, of Killanie}', Man., has been missing tiiuce June 30. Convicted ot violating the food bill in that he was charged with hoarding seven sacks ot flour, Pierre-P. .Ferr>-, lawyer of Seattle, was fined ?350. Joseph Ainey. formerly controller of the city of Montreal was appointed general suporintondont of tho Quebec provincial employment bureau. W. R. Hou.'iton, secretary of the Toronto Stock Kxchange has received word that his second son, Cyril, Is missing at the front. . Lieut. E. Lk Morley of the'R.A.F., formerly accountant of the 'Bank of Commerce at Vermilion, Alta., has been killed in an accident at Desor-onto. Tho little four year old son of Harry KaracUuk. of Vermilion, had one of his legs cut off and the other almost severed by a mower driven by his father. "You can't petition or order people to pray; I w-on't sign my name to, that," said Mayor Churdi ot'Toronto, in refusin.g a refjuest for a proclamation regarding dally prayer;'' Saskatchewan provincial Red Cross collections have now reached over n,028.000 in cash during this fiscal yoar, and will likely go jl.'J'iO'.OOb before tho end oi the year. II. J. Packham, a C.P.R. conductor was .fined ?1,000 at AVjnnipeg .after ple.iding-giulty to charges of thieft and secret"~comml8sion laid against him by the provincial police. A brass tablet arected in Winnipeg city hall to'the memory 6t Scoutm'as-ter William Aitken and Assistant Scoutmaster William Coates, who lost their lives at Grand Beach a year ago was unveiled tost week. Professor W. J. Loudon, of Toronto I.'nlversity was fined $20' at Pqrt Credit for assaulting Jfrs. ^largarot McMaiiou, who is employed on his farm at Cooksville. The professor hit the woman in the face with a dish cloth. * ... Rev. Dr. .Tames Farquarharson, formerly secretary ot the church and manse board of. the Presbyterian Church at Aglncourt, Ont., since his retirement in June 1017, has left 'to take up a mission station at New Glasgow, Quo. ' , A number of patriotjc people in Vancouver started to build a honie for Private Donald Hope and- his family who were burned put. TVben the.hotiso was p.-irtiy finished they wearied ot the job with the result that those In charge are now calling for mora help. Judgrriont In one of the heaviest civil suits In tho city of Edmonton was delivered when Mr. Justice McCarthy dismissed flio-Action of Mrs. Flora M. Hubbard who claimed .$30,-000 damages owing to tho construction of a street railway through her property in 1911. An American soldier brlngltig in a squad of prisoners was startled upon finding his own father among them. The father returned to German Poland a year before the war started and was forced Into tha army. Tho .son lectured his father against bolng a Gorman and then promised him tho best in tho h^uBo. Nelson city has ViQcn invaded by millions of red-admiral butterflies. Tlio streets aro literally alive with tho black and red croaturcfl flitting lu re and there and overywhore. The red-julinirals rnako their appearance every year, but this year a larger number than usual are in evidence. Old timers can' venture no reason. Announc.emont has been made at LoB .\iii;f)lea by tbo FirBt National iJi.'iti'ihiitors' clrciilt that Mary P'lcfE-ford has signed a oqpfrivct,with thpir pnjduci'Ps -for olght pictures, 'f()r wliich 11k; screen queen ifi-to rocp,ivo $.'1,0011,(1(10. She must caijipleto the pic-tiircii in L';! months. Miss Plcktord, as an additional compensation, will have her own studio in HoUywooa. �--- Tho following students wero successful In passing the rocoiit Grade VIII Departmental Examinations: -Alnrlon Abott, Christopher Abell, Gladys Aberdeen, Elsie Adam, Forun Avlam, Aurel Adams, Elsie Adams. John Adams, Mabel Adams, Marlon Adams, Norman Adams. UobortAd-nms, Stuart Adams, William Adsett, Frank Agar, Muriel Agar, Arthur C. Ahrons, Etuma'Aki- Susie Baker, Albert Edward Balaam, Forrest Fell Bal-derson. Arthur Baldwin. Katie Ballah, UiUUi Bancroft, Bertrafii Harold Banister, Harry Aldeu Banks. Jack E. Banks, Darwin Bannen, .Xngela Florence Bantln, Lucille Barber. Henry Bardwell, Roy Bamhill, Ruth Bare, Barbara Barker, Ella O. Barnecut, Herbert D. Earner, Bella B?.rrett, Louise JIary Barrie, Henry Charles Barrlgan, Arthur Barrows. Gerald Wm. Bartlam, Maymo .M. Bartlam, Ha-4cl Bartley, Myrtle Edna Bass, James .McKinley Baiem.in. Leslie Batten, Edward Lyman Bayuo. Marlon leaton, Dorothy Anne Beatly. Knthar-ne Bock, Bertha Becl^er, Julia Be-dard, Mao A. Bedaird, Clement Louis Belaugor, Charles IJprtram I^oes Bell, Frances Bell, Francis Bell, .Mamie Bell, Marion Bell, May Bell, Willie Bell. Helen Bqltotiyi .Marie Auge^Bel-ley, Claude Beiindlt, C. JL' Bennett, Grace 'Elizabo'th B'^^iinett, Harold Beh-nett, Laurerl' Irene Bennett, Lillian Myrtle Bennett, Leona Maud Bennett, Muriel Bennett.' Gertriide Beatrice Bono, Beatrice .Margery Benson, F. Bentle.v. Alton Berg, Agnes Spiers Bergenrot, Gertrude Bergman, Chris tino- Bergqulst, Eric Berridge, Robin Berridge, Percv Berrv, Maurice A. Bettln, Nick Bczborotka, Alice BIbby, John Amos Bickley, Lachlan Blckley, Ellen Christina Bigelow, Joshua Big-lands, JIary Biglanda, Irene Bilton, Jean Blunie, Richard O. Binns, Jlnr-garet S. Bird, Sidney F. Bird, Elliott H. Birdsall, James Birney. Anna Blr-osh, George Fleetwood Bi�hop, D. Bis-sott, Hildur Hjorkgren, George Black, dertrude Bernieo Black, Helen Black, Georgia Blackwell, Nelly A. Blackwood, Nellie Blair, J. T. Roy Blake, John Blakeniore, Johanna Bleaken, Norman Blossom, Marlon Blow, Georgo Bhnulen. Ernestine Bols-joll, Otto Bonertz, Millicent Bin-ham, Violet Boniface, Edna May Boomer, Elbra Booth, Florence Harriet Borden, Winn-fred Borrctt,' Dennis Bosley, Mario: Bosley, Teddy A. Bottorff, Jock Boucock, Edith Alberta Bowden, Elizabeth Bowen, Ralph Reginald. Bowon, George Anderson Bower, Lillian Victoria Bowers, Ida Bowman, Ronald Bowman, Malcolm Sutherland Boyce, H. Boyle, Lavlna Ruby Boylngton, Ruth Boyson, Andrew Cameron Bradford, John Bradford, Georgo Bradley, James Bradley, Richard Ernest Bradshaw, Rosamond Bralnerd, D. Bramley-.Moore, Rupert Brandt, Charles Herbert Bratton, Martha Braunbergor, Bertha Bray, Leland James Bremner, Clara Bren-nan, Annie lirennans, Alice Brenton, Mary Thelm.a Brewster, Annlo Kathleen Brindle, Violet E. Brinkman, Andrew Broateh, Gustavo Brooke, Jean Stirling Brogden, Charles T. Brooke, Drumniond Morley Brooks, Annie Brown, B.ilme'r Brown, Clare Brown, Corydon D. Brown, Evelyn Edith Jirown, Gerald Brown, Gladys Brown, Iris N'I'innitred Brown, Jack Brown, Jacl^ Chapello, Adelharth O. Christensen, Hans Chrlatlanson, Thos. Christie, Mary Alice Chrysler, Dorothy Alborta Clirystnl, - Mao Amanda Churchill, Myra Clipperley, James Clancy, Miriam Clarln. Alice Clark, Claude Clark, James Clark, Martha Clark, Oral Constance Clark, Ernest St. Clair Clarke, Elsie M. Clarke.,Hes-ter Clarke, Horace Clarke, ^farBaret Clarke, Eva Claxton, Bertha Clay, Ethel Clay, Agnes Cleary, Reta Cle-land, .Marion Clydesdale, Mona Clyne, Lillian Coad, Etta Cochran, Gordon Gilmore Cochran, Edith Cod.v, Marguerite Cody, Roy Coe, A. E. C. Coffin, Freda Cohen, Jesse Franklin Cole, Orvlllo CoUoy, George Colllcut, .�\ui3tln Bruce Collier, Eric CoUing-v,-ood, Edith Edjia Collins, Leota Col-litiS, Wren Collins. I'Ctirl Aliworth CoUinson, Dorothy ColUs, Auldino Hazel Colquhoun, Nina Annie Col-vlUe, Annie Connelly, Bessie Bretta Connelly, Lucile Connors, Alice M. Cook, Amelia Adelaide Cook, Grace Coombs, Alice Cooper, Gladys A. Copoland, Robert E. Copeland, Alfred Corbett, Zima Alberta Corbitt, Gwcn Cormack, Mabel Thelma Cornell, Eleanor Corneille, Leslie Corse, Wttnota Cottrel, Franklin Leonard Cottle, Frederick George- Cottle, Nellie Agnes Cotton, Teddy Courlette, JIarguerlta Cowan, Frank Cowbum, Grace Cow-en, Bob Cox, Jennie Cox, Ruth Cox, Thomas Cox, Richard Henry Grabb, Cecil Cragg, Chester Crnndall, Donald Crang, Luclle Craven, Agnes Crawford, Anita Crawford, Carl Craw-ford, Clella Crawford, Josephine -Crawford, Willie Crawford, Elsie Mao Edntl' Creer, George Crelghton, Birdie Hazel Crockette, William Crdmb, Eleanor Crough, Guy Crowell, Eleanor Crowle, Lillian Maria Crozler, Jesfiie Cruick-Rbank, Thelma Culham, Grace Culley, Wintel Gulp. Violet Isabella Gumming, Gordon Cummings, Jean Cuniming, Hazel Cundlft, AUce^ Myrna Cunning-ton, Allan -McMillan Currie, Edna A. Currle, Jean Currie, .Afabel Currie, Violottp Currj', Margaret Adeline Cur-Ms, Annie Cutress, Georgo Crandall. James D,icre, M. Dagg, Clifford A. Dahl, Rulon Henry Dahl, Christc-ne Dahl,.Gladys Daines, Winnie Dalnes, Florence Emma Daisley, Annie Dalby, Margaret Daly, David Daniel, borothy Daniels, .Mildred Davoy, Louise David, Doris AI. Davidson, Isabel Mary Davidson. R. Davidson, Claude McDona.d Davies, Mabel Vivian Davles, Norman Davies, Wm. John Davles, Cyril Davis, Edward -Cavis, p:ilzribe*.h Davis, Grace Marjory Davis, Jessie Vitcoria Grace Marjory Davis, James Davis, Lo-ton Herbert Davis, Dorothy Da-^ry, Elizabeth Grace Dawson, Arthur Rob ert Day, Dorothy Day, Horace Crawford Day, William Albers Day, D. Dean, Madge Dean, Grace A. Demotte, S. Dempsey, Dorothy Deniion, Beat rice Dennington, Jamie M. Denoon., Florence Derbyshire, Cora Delaurler, Louise Desjardlne, Elni^o Livingstone Gochee, Jlay Goings, Helen M. Gol-dlo, Pearl Goldstein, Edgar Morton GoUey, Raymond Allen Good, Anna Goodhand, Leo Goodman, Maisle Goodman. Olive Palmer Goodwin, Sidney Gordon, Clara Frances Gottchllch, Halaban Dlgby Gourley, Harvey Grant Gowln. V,'llllam Graburn, Ella M. Graham, Morris Graham, Verna A. Graham, Earl Grant, Elizabeth Grant, James Grant, Naomi .M. Grant, Verna Grant, Herchell Paul Gravett, Alex. Gray, Dorothy M. Grayson,.; Allan Green, Harold. Franklin Green, Itha I.x)uifia Greon, Ivy Blanche Green, Clarence David Greonlees, Esther Greenwalt, J.ela Greenwalt, Ella Greenwood, AI. Greenwood, Curtis Greer, Edith Violet Lavine Greer, Ila Greer, Sarah Gregory, Claraijce Grelner, Clifford L. Gremm, - Juliet Grenier, Lois Griffith, Edith May Grlm-shal, Claudo Grlndell, Frederic Grls-�wold, Alice Groat, JIargaret Groat, Roy Gronberg, Nellie Grove, Ruth GroVe, Amy Guest, Daniel Guest, Dag-ny Gundesen, Harry E. Gunstoo, Stvrah Gwaltney, Lewis Gwiiui. - Mary Habberman, Blanche Hackett, George Reed Hacklngi Albert- C; Hagell, Alice Margaret -jHagey, Andrew Jackson Haggeriy, Helen Isabell Halo, Edith Halford, Eleanor Blanche Hall, JanOt Hall, John Hall, Wilbur Gordon Hall, Frances Catherine Hal-loran, Margaret Edith Hallworth, Lawrence Christopher Halpln, Dolly Halstensonj Matthew Halton, 'Alan Hamilton,-Audrey Hamilton, M. A. Hamilton; Clara Elizabeth Hammer, Beryl Bam'mill, Florence' L Hanna, Prod- � Hanonchka, 'Nellie Augiwta Hansen',-,'tllllan E. Hanson, I.�u Hanson; Nina''Hanson, i Jean Ilarbottlo, Joliri -Sidney ' HaEbura,'.'WlIllam Norman arai-dlng, Mabal' Hard5r;oKathleen Annie Hare, Torrence Gordon' ' Hare; Gladys - Harper,' Sydney -Harper,  Archie'.'flafrls. Clay Harris, Brvin Harris, Marguerite Harris, 'Clmrlle T, Harrison, Albert Hart, Helen M. Hart, Mary Hart, (Bdmonfohl Raymond William Hart, Fay Loona TIaithfan, Norah Hartreo, Milton Hasleni, Edha > Has-lop, Eunice Maria Hass, Irene llostle. Myrtle Hastings, II. A. Halght, Phyllis Hatch, WInltrfed Hatch, Marian Irene Hawley, Nellie" Hay, Waneta Hazel-wood, Agnes Ma'rjorle Htiy, Elsie Hay? Ethel BothIa Hayes, ' Annie Heckp, Everotte Hedley, H6"nry Charles Wef-,fren, Bessie'.Heldel, Herbert G., Hel-' 'del, Edhii Helnajnan, ,Alastair ' Henderson, Price D. Hendersob, Hob6rt-lvf: Henderson, Walter Gb,rdon^ ' Iferi'd^r^ son, Ethel Hendricks; �J^aura'�fjeh' dricks, Violet Hendri^Hs'. Bdmuh^' Leopold Hennig, Ella Herii^i^, John Hennig, Evn Honning, -Ifazel'; WUIo'vy-Hepburn, Martha Hepp(\rJ .Wyona Heppler, Eric HepWo'rth, Myra �' Lulu Herber, Lester Herblg, Lel^a Herman; Eddie Hermann, .Tuhvfc; V. Hermann,, Ada Hcrron, Vera. LtlUaTi; Ilor^ r.on,.'Plory Hesketh, Annie'.lleyrkp;. Lizzie Hows, Marshal Hew.sM;^ren-, da Jean Hoywood, Don /VVymdp'.ltey-wood, Archie Glaytoii ITlcks, ^' QHnlo Hicks, Josephine Cora Hicks, Lillian D. Hicks, LIIIJo Hicks, Milton Hicka, Thelma Jane HlgglnB, .lohn MiiGregor iHlgliot, Grace Irene HIghtp.wer, Mary M. Hlglnbotbam, Wilfred Hllclilo, Ed na Annlo Hill, Harvey George Hill, Hector Reginald Hill, Jean Hill, Lour-onco lil. HjU, J. R. IIlUcox, Margaret D. HlHniHenry Ijliiman, Bll.een Hlpes, Oliver HJalmar, Dor|a Murle'l Hoadley, Eileen H. Hobaon, Marcel Hochsioln, .Tohn W.-Hbohlng, Irene May Hod gins, Morley Hodgson, Marlon Alice Hogg, Rachel Hogg, Olga Hole, Albert Holllngshoad, Ruth Holman, Oscar William Holmberg, Elaine Holmoe, Eunice Holmes, Martha Holmes, Wll frod Holmes, Floronco Holt, iLislla Ev-ly Honoy, Agnes Hood, Douglas Hood, William Thomas Hoo^d, Dorothy Hoopjr, B. O, Hooper, Carol Minnie Hope, Cecil Hope, Myrtle Hope, Newell Hopkins, GortrudQ B, Hprlor, Veva Hornbook, Marian Hornby, Jean. Horno, Joan Sandobock Home, Kon-t neth Horaman, DavHd Brneat Hor-* wood, Irene Hoskin, Donald Houck, Gertrude Alice Houfh, Oliver A. Hough, Dottio M. Houghton, Bdna May-House, Grace Kvolyn House, Oeorgo Henry Houldbn, Kathleen Mary nourlbnn, Arthur Howard, Ad-olph Howe, Charles Howe, Sadie Howell, Lewis Leonard Howee, Alex. How-ey, Mildred Howey, Cyril Hoylor Nlcbohi Hrudoy, Charles Hubbs, Islay Huddloston, Irene Hudson, Reginald Koyle Huff, Alice A. Huffman, Alborta M. Hutner, Merle Hugglns, Eileen Hughes, Vera May Hughes, Thyra Hull, Alvlna Humbke, Mildred Hummel, Arthur W. Hunley, Bertha Hunt, H. Brltton Hunt, Jessie Hunt, Gene-vlovo I, Ifimtor, Harriot Helen Hunter, I:,ottte, Belle Hunter, Trenna Grn^e Hunter, Angle Huntley, C. Hurry, Oenn Hustead^'Eva Huston, Velma Ida Huston, Alex. M. Hutchinson, Barbara MIddleton Hutchinson, Oraco Hutchison, Ada Hutton, Howard Hymas, Muriel J. Hyssop. James Igo, William Douglas Hodson lies, Winnie Ililoft, Ruby A. Impey, James Ingos, Lionel-itodell Ingle, Agnes K. Ingram, Virginia D. Irion, Liz-tile Irvine, MargarefChrlstlna Irving, Efflo Irwin,, P/ed Irwln, VIda Isles, Ross C. Iverson.- Frank Jackinaky. Thomas H. Jacfc man, Cecil E. Jackson, George Hamilton Jiicksoii, Gertrude Jackddh, Ham* llton William JackBoh, Ruth 3ackson, Thomas Jackson, Thomas C. Jackson, Lyman Jacobs, Helen Jaega'r, Eva Ja-goe, Martha Jahrans, Oladys  James, Mabel Jarrdlt, Marlon Grace Jarvls, Lcnore Emily Jeffrey, Nolan Calpa Jeffrey, "Gladys Ellen Jelfs, Hilda Jenkins, John Jenkins, Walter V. .lenklns. Anker Jensen, Dorothy Jensen, Inga Jensen, Martha Jensen, Mndeleino .Jenverin,. Walter Jessop, Hope Addell Jewell, Ethel Joberns; Arvid Jolianson, S. Johanson, Leo Janko, Bealha Johnson, Bernard Johnson, Bertha' Mario Johnson, phrlsllna Johnspn, D. Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Edmund Johneon, Ellen Johnson, Ernest George Johnson, Ethel Sophia Johnson, Harry Johnson, H. H. Johnson, Hugh Claude Johnson, Jean Johnson, John Meredith Johnson, Leona Johnson. Milton James' J'ohnson, Nan Agnes L. Johnson, Walter Olof Johnson, Anne Florence John-eton, Edgar Johnston, Bva E. Johnston, Kathleen l.x)ralne Johnston, Mary Johnston, Alice E. E. Jones; .Cllmeana Margaret Jones, Bmry? Jones, Ethel F. Jones, Hilda Jones,' J. Jones, Katherlne Jones, Lester Jones, Maurice Clive Jones, .Mtirle Jones, Patience Irene Jones, Robert Anson Jones, VV. Rega.Jonos, Eleanor Joness, Audrio Joslln. Evely Jlay Kadey, Vera Kafonry, Ida Kalla, J. Clarence Kaaha, Olga Lottie Knsk, Kllfford. Koarl, Lois Mary Keith, Rosle Koleinen, James Bdward Kellett, R. C. Kells, Esther {volly, Florence Kelly, Harold Ernest Kemm, Dorothy Kennedy, Gladys. fCennedy, Jeant Kent, Mary J. S. Kent, Bessie Kenyon, Errol J'Vederick Keok-ke, Albert Ernest. Kephart, Dorothy Kerr, Harry Kerri Nell Kerr, Fredep ick Keys, William A. 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