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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1917 TW5 LETHBRFDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE SEVEN Just Amved!] Our first shipment of THE GODDESS* Front Lacing CORSETS SO SUPERIOR to the ordinary front lacing corsets that a trial fitting of thcso wonderful front, lacing cornets wilt convince you Unit they are the finest fitting, best trimmed, and highest grade corsets over shown In this city at a medium price. Models for Every Figure Slender Figurea Average Figures Tall Figures Short Figures Tall, Stout Figures Short, Stout Figures The Goddess The Corset Shop of the City ALSO CARRIES A FULL STOCK OP warner's rust-proof corsets nemo corsets, p. c. corsets la diva, p. & a. corsets la vogue and redfern corsets girls: and misses' waists sanitary 'belts, etc. The largest Corset Shop in Southern Alberta MAIL ORDERS AND ENQUIRIES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Rylands & Co NORTH OF CITY Hall insurance companies received Quite a setback as a result of a hail Btorm which passed through the Trav-Brs, Enchant and Hetlaw districts about 8.30 o'clock Monday evening. Tho storm cut a path varying from a mile to two miles wide and nearly 15 miles in length. Hail the size of a marble fell for over half an hour. Farms where it hit in all Its fury show 100 per cent. loss. One man hud made two rounds around his wheat field when the binder broke down. He came to town for tho parts and when he got home his crop was completely gone. Another farmer claims that his pasture was destroyed for the rest of tho season. The damage will run into the thousands of dollars. RESULTS OF GRADE XI. EXAMS. Tho following candidates were successful In passing the recent (irade XI departmental examination nnd upon application to tho department, will be admitted to Normal School to train for second class certificates. Adams, Doris; Allan, A. Ruby; AI3 Inn, Donald II.; Allan, Myrtle Edith; Anderson, William A.; Anderson, Korean Gall; Ashley. Nolllu-L.;. Ashton, -Myrtle Irene; Astley, Reginald. Baker, Harold Mills; Uakor, Ruth Caroline; Hanks, Charles Whitney; Harnett; Cecil Victor; Harnett, William Edward;' llatuman, Mary H.; Hoaxer, .Tennle Mne; Benedict, Edith Lillian; Heunett, Edith Irene; Berg, Otto Johannes; net/., Iii H.; llover-Idgc, I'enrl Blanche; Blggar, Gladys C; Hlenkhorn, Flora Idella; Bnycc, Gordon Stewart; Iloyd, Hugh C; Howies, Myrtle Pauline; Braylcy, Jack McCurdy; Hrealhoiir, Arthur Cyril; Ilrodle, lan Hamilton; Drown, Catherine Isabella; Brown.. Zola; Brown, Walter Edwin; Brownlee, Eva Anne; Uryun, Helen Alexandra; Buchanan, Magdalene Sommcrvllle; Bures, Anton .Ino.; Butchart, Thelma Victoria. Capek, Mary K.; Carey, Annlo Marguerite; Carmichael, Harvey Christopher; Carmlchael, Madeline; Cars-well, Kate Melissa; Casey, Ivan; Champagne, Marie; Charbonneau, Anna 11.; Church, Dorothy Gertrude; Clare, Clarinda Araminta; Clark, Christiana Katharine; Clarke, Benjamin F.; Claxton, .Ino. Feathorstone; Cobhledick, Lowell II.; Cohoe, Olive Medora; Colville, Margaret H.; J Cooke, Frieda Mnry; Corbett, Agnes Helen; Corrigan, Hazel Beatrice; Cox, Kenneth Alfred; Crawford, Edith M.; Cress, C-oldlo Elizabeth; Crosby, Ruth Lillian May. Dako, Beatrice Irene; Daley, Edna; Davis, Edward Newton; Denoon, Annie Isabel; Dickson, Robert Gordon; Dlller, Dorothy; Dowdle, Merriett Dewey; Howling, Harvey Elwood; Duncan, Winnifrod Agnes. Ebbett, A. C. Frankland; Eberly, Jessie Mary; Edwards, Cedric Gerald; Ekstrom, Virgil; Ellenwood, Blanche Catharine; Ennis, Kathleen; Ethrldge, Catherine Annie; Ethrldge, Fred M.; Ewlng, Ethel Aitcheson. Fedorchuk, Panko; Ferguson, Mary Margaret; Foley, Mae Edna; Fowler, Jane Ellis; Francis, Eveline; Fraser, Gladys Jean; Frizzle, Irene; Fulwood, Elsie C. Gagan, Alice; Gavin, Eileen Monica; Gibson, Violet A.; Gidman, William Ogden; Giffen, Andrew Donald; Giffen, Mary Blanche; Godkin, Effie Margaret; Gooderham, Jean Elizabeth; Gorman, Anthony J.; Graham, K'nth-erine E.; Graham, Marjorie Kathleen; Grant, Anna Irene; Gratz, Muriel M.; Gregolre, Mary Louise; Griggs, Aletha Vivian; Gudmunson, Lillian; Guptill, Mabel Elizabeth; Guptill, Marguerite Mario. Haggerty, Madge I-lines; Haley, Mary I.; Hallworth, Florence Maude; Hamilton, Jessie Morrow; Hamilton, Margaret Mabel; Hamilton, Mary Enid; Hamrcri, Emma Luella; Ham-ren, Ida Grace; Hartley, Harriet Margaret; Hawkswood, Gertrude A.; Hed-ley, Irene; Hedlund, Victoria Margaret; Hoffner, Blanche A.; Hlbbard, Avis; Hlbbard, Rodger J. B.; Hicks, Jno. Wesley; Hicks, Robert Andrew; Hlginbotham, Norman Lindsay; Hol-hrook, Jean; Hollinger, Harold W.; HoLem, Frank; Hoover, Ralph Eger-ton; I-loskins, Mary May; Hunt, Clara Kathleen; Hunter, Merle Mario; Hut-ton, Hazel Mary Frances; Hyde, James Thomas. Jackson, Alta; Jackson, Genevieve; Jones, Edward. Kadlec, Mary Lavern; Kearl, Thol-ma E.; Keith, Hazel Marion; Keith, Helena Dawson; Kellock, Grace Jean; Kelley, Teresa Mary; Kennedy, Edith E. M.; Kennedy, Stella; Kcnnings, Winnlfred; Kent, Ethel May; Key, J. Herbert J.; Kerr, Margaret Lorlmer; King, Orpha Margaret; Kirkpatrlck, Olga M. L.; Kiser, Annie Mary. , Laidlaw, William G. C; Lamont, Jean; Larson, Alma M.; Latimer, An- CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT Tonight's program at the 'Chautauqua will present the dramatic, phase, of the circuit, when Moron Olson, dramatic reader, v. Ill entertain, and the ComtiH Players will prr>.�er.t. "Carson of tin; Norlbwoods." This Is � dramatic entertainment of exceptional merit and should draw huge crowds. BIG FEATURES ON FRIDAY There will he big features on Friday's program. In the afternoon the famous Chautauqua orchestra will bo prenent. The lecture is by Miss Ada Ward who M:ih made, a name for herself with her stories of the trenches nnd the sketches on her little blackboard which she c.-rrles with her. In the evening the big concert will lake place with the orchestra and Miss olive McCormnck. MILADI TOMORROW Hear Ada L Ward LONDON, ENGLAND "Stories from The Trenches* AT 2:30 P.M. Greatest Lecture of Its Kind in America Orchestra Plays Prelude in Afternoon       Grand Concert by : : : : : : Chautauqua Orchestra Accompanied by OLIVE McCORMICK The Grand Opera Singer of Pittsburg-, Pa. Friday, at 8.30 p.m. AT THE CHAUTAUQUA PAVILION Mrs. R. Nimmons and Miss Dora NJmmons are in Medicine Hat.  � * Mrs. G. W. Luck and Miss Vivian Luck are visiting friends In Calgary.  * * Mrs. O. T. Long has as her guests, Miss Larosa Tollestrup and Miss Mario Zobeli of Raymond.  * * Miss Amy M. E. Wicks lias returned home after spending several weeks with relatives in Calgary. Dominion Rebekali lodge No. 41, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the I.O.O. F. hall. Visiting Rebekahs welcome.   � Mr. C. B. Bowman, who is spending the summer at Proctor, B.C., with his family, is In the city for a few days.  � * Miss Ella Ford of Calgary, is the guest of Miss Catherine Munro. Miss Iva Jaynes entertained at tho tea hour a few days ngo in honor of Miss Ford.  # * Mrs. J. P. Irwin of Barons and Miss Frances Dunsworth, who is teaching nt Albion Ridge, arc in the city for tho Chautauqua and are the guests of their parents, Mr. and .Mrs. G. D. Dunsworth.    Miss Lily Johnston was the guest of honor at a farewell dinner given In the Alberta block last evening, previous to her leaving the city for Loth-bridge. Mrs. H. Bennett and Mrs. Philip Stone were the hostesses. Miss Johnston was the recipient of a photographic albu.n and many hearty wishes for her future success.-Edmonton Bulletin. * * � The Red Cross workers and those interested in Red Cross work should not fall to attend the very interesting lecture of Miss Ada Ward, at tho Chautauqua tomorrow, Friday afternoon. Miss Ward has spent considerable time in thl3 work since the beginning of tho war. Every one who has heard tho lecture which Miss Ward illustrates on her blackboard, says it is most interesting and also profitable.  * The following pupils passed the pianoforte examinations of the Toronto Conservatory of Music which were conducted at Lethbrldgo in Juno; Intermediate grade-Pass - Lillian Phipps, Cardston. Primary grade-Honors-Erika 01-ander. Elementary grade - Honors-Verna Gray. Pass-Evelyn Jochem, Millc River. fntroductory grade-Honors-Kathleen O'Connell, Milk River; Evelyn Jochem, Milk River. Pass-Blanche 6l-ander, Donald Whitaker (equal). Mr. B. J. Clark leaves on Friday t:> spend his vacation at Vancouver and coast cities.  � � The members of the Eastern Star are asked to meet at the. lied Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon.  * � Mr. J. E. Kennedy of Cranbrnok. It. ('.. is tho guest of Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, 21,0 !llh street south.  * * The regular meeting of the Major Jack Ross chapter I.O.D.E. will not be held tomorrow afternoon hut on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 owing to the Chautauqua.  * � Mrs. S. A. Garrett arrived last night from London, England, anil is staying with Mrs. F. Wragg, tUG 2nd avenuu south.    Mrs. Chas, Baker and children, left on Tuesday for Calgary, where Mrs. Baker will Join her husband, Hcv. Chas. Baker, who is spending the month of August in that city.  * � Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Boyd have returned from a trip to the Arrowhead i Lakes, returning by way of Banff. Mr. lloyd's health has been greatly benefitted hy the trip. * � � The Red Cross tea tent at tho Chautauqua was in charge of Mrs. W. Yi. L. Hardio yosterday afternoon, assisted hy Misses Marjorie lligin-bothnm, Inzola Ilardle, Margaret Mc-Killop and Dona and Ada Murray.  * * Calgary women arc making elaborate preparations for tho win-the-war carnival under tho auspices of the Colonel McLeod Chapter I.O.D.E. to he held September 20, 21 and 22. The carnival takes places in (he Pryco-Jones building and promises to be an exceptional affair. To the woman who sells the most tickets for the event a handsome Studobakcr six motor car will bo given free. � * * SHEETS-MILLER. On Thursday, Aug. 2nd, Rev. W. V. Burns united in marriage at Knox church, Mr. John Perslvell Sheets of Foremost and Miss Olive Susan Miller of Turner, Ore. '* * * SCHAFER-SMITH Rev. -\V: F. Burns united in marriage Mr. Edward Schafer of Barons and Miss Nancy Smith of Creston, H. C, on �Tuesday; Aug. 7th, at Knox church. * * * SIlERil 1ST-SA NDHAM. The' marriage took place at Knox church on Wednesday, August Rth, of Mr. Andrew Sherret and Miss Bessie Margaret Sandhani, both of Coalhurst Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. nie Mary; Laurence, Lucinda Gladys; Lawrence, Bertha; Leak, Elsie M.: Letourneau, Cecilo; Liliedahl, Martha L.; Llpsey, Doris May; Loucks, Charlotte Emma; Lower, Laura Elolse. McArthur, Eva Elizabeth; McCal-lum, Elslo Edith; McCallum, Merle Rhena; McCandless,..Ella Doris; Mc-Cannel, Ardell Ray; McClenaghan, George Herbert; McConkey, Carol; MeCracken, Mae Alice; McQulre, Laura E,; McKellar, Christina L.; McLachlan, Ha May; McLaughlin, Constanco Elaino; McLean, Jno. Anthony; McLean, Mary Wlllett; McLean, Marjorio Sarah; McMillan, Frances Victoria; McMillan, Jean Alma; McMillan, Margaret Alexander; McNaughton, Ruby Janet; Mc-Phee, Margaret; McQueen, Laura; McVeigh, Margaret Adeline; Mabcr-ley, Collier A.; Mabery, Lola Montana; Maccabe, James Osborne; Mac-donald, Edmund; MncDougall, William Douglos; MacIIardy, Flora Louise; Mackenzie, Rhoderick; Mac-Lean, Kathryn Vlolotj MaeWllllums, Jean; Macleod, Donald; MacOwan, May Jean Beattlo; MacPherson, Donald. Madlll, Wosloy; Maher, Mon|ca B.; Maloney, Deborah C; Manning, Albert Harold; Manning, Estlier Carol; Marsdon, Ray; Marshall, Vera E.; Martin, Henry Albert; Matheson, Christena M.; MutthewB, Arnold Whitney; Matthias, Margaret Hannah; May, Cilbort John; Mayhood, Ross Anthony; Monnear Laurena; Merrill, Sara Isabella; Mlllen, John; Minns, Marian Isabel; Molandor, Caroline G.; Morgan, Irene; Morrow, Mertle Laura; Moscovioh, Max; Mow-era, Marie Abigail; Mulgrove, Bertha Irene; Murphy, Frank J.; Murray, Dona; Muttart, Rena May, Neff, Everetta Knight; Nesbttt, Emma; Noble,. Annabelle H.; Noble, Eva Letltia; Nolan, Kathleen Hrltta; Northover, Carrie H,; Norton, Marion. O'Brlon, Joseph Wesley; O'Fallon, Charles Francis; Ottell, Caroline; Onell, Ellen. Parke, Leila Viola; Parrlsh, Ruby; Pashak, Deborah Mario; Patterson, Beatrlco Lillian; Pawling, Henry Murray; Paxman. May Lore;. Pea-cook, Glen William; Peddicord, Ernest Louis; Pe�rum�i*ndley. Frank; Pengelly, Mabel Annie; Pentlund, Lucile Geraldine; Petit, Ernest; Phillip*, Marlon Ivanetta; Phllp, Donald JfrrtvH^Mptfi'MH,'. BUhla A; Piet�, Lenora Adalnine; Porter, Ruth Loie; Porterflcld 0. Ewart; Pottor, Edith; Pullan, Gladys Hodson. Ramsay, Ivy Matilda; Rankin, Gerald Crlsfield; Redmond, Rachel: Reed, Florence Myrtle; Reeves, Adna A.; Riomer, Clara; Regan, Olivia; Reiber, Harold George; Reist, Nora E.; Reynolds, Dora Phyllis; Richards, Gladys Brooks; Roseborough, Albert Skifflngton; Ross, Neua Marguerite; Ros3iter, Luln Maud; Roth-ney, James Murray; Rowe, Mildred Elizabeth; Rudd, Frederick Albert; Ruddy, Mne; Rule, Nellie Blanch; Russell, Gwendolyn^ Mary; Ruftan, Jno. Edmund; Ryan, Doreen. Salsbnry, Leslie J.; Sanils, BertUa May; Savage, Hester Irene Foster; Scott, Arthur W.; Schill, Rose Mario; Sharpe, Bessie P.; Scott, Mirret Gwyn; SlmonBon, Hannah Alice; Skilea, Charles Denzil; Sidles, Donald Ira;.Skov, Arthur James; Slack, Ad-dilnte E.; Slominski, Felix; Smart, Elizabeth M.; Smith, Allan Fiudlay; Smith, Phyllis; Sodorman, Hilda Marjorie; Spillard, Sarah Margaret; Springbett, Edward Victor; Spurr, Hazel Sara; Spurr, Geneva Mary; Squires, Nellie; Stacey, Feme; Stafford, Dorothy Donalda; Stewart, Duncan; Stirling, Agnes M.; Stocken, Gertrude Dora; Stolec, Constance; Stothers, Jennie; Stutchbury, Elmyr Hewston; Suitor, Minnie Hood; Sulls, Noel E.; Sundberg, Clara M.; Swanson, Gretchen Vivian: Sweet, Dorothy M. Taylor, Alberta Lucille; Taylor, Frances Gwendoline; Terrill, Kathleen Sutherland; Thirsk, Vera A.; Thompson, Annie Victoria; Thompson, Edward; Thompson, Vera; Toll-ington, Vera Ethel; Topliss, Margaret G.; Tory, William Bartlott; Treacy, Sadie McMillan; Tripp, Vomer Edward; Tucker, Eric; Turner, L. Don-ata; Tuttle, Chauncey Orvillo; Twlggo, Olive May. Verreau, Josophine; Virtue, Frances Willard; Vincent, Mario Albertiiie. Waldlo, Golda Mota; Wallis, Edna Irene; Walter, Stata Naomi; Walker, Drayton K.; Watson, Helen Elizuboth; Watson, Robert Elliott; Watson, William S.; Watson, Aloxandor; \Velch, Sybil Anna May; Wipe, Jna N. C; Wllluns, Esther; \VillIam3, Jno. Edward; Willlnon, Hilda M,; Windle, Margaret; Wingrove, Oliver William; Winspearlt, Mary Willan; Wood, A1-. ethia A.; Wo�lyn|{, John; Wray, Percy Richard; jWjrilH, EllzabotU Barbara.; Children's Week at the "Bay" Store Juvenile Merchandise predominates all this week. Prices are very moderate and selection most pleasing. While attending the Chautauqua drop in the "Bay" Store. It voill prove profitable. iaOheBudsorfsBau (ftmpanu. A'oung, Leah. The following candidates must satisfy the High School and University Matriculation Examinations Board in tho subjects indicated beforo being granted full Grade XI standing. They will, however, be admitted to the Normal School as Conditional Students, upon application being made to tho Department of Education. .Those candidates will have tho privilege of writing on the conditioned subjects during the University Matriculation Exuininutlon to he held at Edmonton and Calgary beginning September IStli or tho Departmental Examinations. 11118. Anderson, Anna Hello, history, algebra XI; Armstrong, Albert Gladstone, history, algebra XI; Atzln-ger, Theresa, algebra XI. linin, Annie, algebra XI; Barton Ernest 1,., geometry XI; Becker, Hutli, history, algebra XI; Bernstein, Naomi, geometry XI; Berdan, lrma lluzol, history, physics XI; Bishop, Lulu C. T., algebra XI; Blain, Lily Adele, algebra XI; Brown, .le3sie May/ physics XI; Brown, Luella, arithmetic IX, British history IX, Canadian history and civics X. . Calvert, Phyllis Myrtle C history, physics XI; Cameron, John Alburt, algebra XI; Capek, Beatrice Agnes, arithmetic IX; Caiscallen, Henry Merrill, history, algebra XI, British history JX; Carswoll, Hilda Catherine', fiterature, history XI; Cathro, Hilda Talt, history XI; Churchill, Stanley Harris, geometry XI; Clausen, Clarence, all subjects of IX and X not represented in XI; Coleman, Frances, geometry XI, physics X; Constantino, Marjorie Hope, history XI; Current, Hazel Isabella, Algebra XI. Day, Marjorio E.. physics XI; Dick, Robert Wilbur, algebra XI, physics XI, drawing X; Dick, Alice Francos, history, chemistry XI; Dledeirchs, Willie, history, geometry XI: Dolierty, Anne, history XI, physics XI; Donaldson, Muriel Jessie, algebra XI, geometry XI; Drleszus, Otto Emll,. algebra XI; Dtico, Verda, physics XI; Dtiggan, Wilfred Rutter, composition XI; Dun-field, Muriel, history, chemistry XI." Eadle, William Worth, composition and rhetoric, history XI; Ellis, Winnifred M., algebra XI; Ethrldge, Gladys M, algebra, geometry XI; Ell-ingson, Frances S., algobra, physics XI. Fead, Katie May, physics XI; Ferguson, Lola May, history XI; Fitch, Fay Viola, history, geometry XI; Fleming, Grace M., composition XI, physics XI, geography X; Force, Lois, history XI; Forde, Nellie, history XI; Fowler, Sarah Emerald, physics XI; Fox, Mildred Grnco, history XI; Frame, 13na Pearl, history XI; Fraser, Irene fiery 1, algebra, chemistry XI; Fulshor, Ruby Joan, history XI, algebra XI. Gordon, Margaret, algebra XI, history XI; Grant, Lola Vern, history XI; Gray, Eleanor, composition XI, history XI; Guild, Gladys Gertrude, algebra XI; Gundeson, Christian Nels, composition- XI. Hall, Mildred Itasca, composition XI; Hall, Noel Bathurst, geometry XI; llamman, Harold Alfred, algebra XI; Hamilton, Lillian Campbell, algebra, chemistry XI; Hanna, Mary Harriet, history, chemistry XI; Harrison, Jack E., algebra XI; Harvey, Alice L, hlu-tory XI; Hoggen, Olga Amanda, his-tory XI; Heninger, Owen p., composition XI; Henry, Edith L., history iX!; Hiiiton, Evelyn Alberta, arithmetic IX, Canadian history, civics X, art X". Hodge, Hilda A., hiBtory, .algebra XI; Holden, Elizabeth, history XI; Hold-stroin, Effie V.. literature XI; Hop-good, Jessie Mabel, literature, composition XI; Hoover, Eleanor Lucinda, physics XI; Hornby, Grace Alice, geometry XI; llorspool, Lucllo, history XI; I-Ioule, Marie Bibiane, composition XI, history XI; Huff, Lillio Evelyn, algebra XI; Hunt,. Marvel Elizabeth, composition XL; Hunter, Earlmond Hazel, history XI, composition XI; Hutton, Eva, Latin XI; Hyssop, Mabel Ellen, algebra, geometry XI. Inkster, Grace, history XI, composition XI. .lames, Elsie M., algebra, chemistry XI; Johnston, Clifford Gilmore, history XI; Johnston, M. E. Gertrude, history XI. Kellam, Daisy, algebra XI; Kelly, Queona Beatrice, algebra XI; Kltely, Viola Mary, history XI; Knight, Glayds Edith, algebra XI; Koermann, Erna Doret, algebra XI; Krause, Rosio, history and geometry XI; Kuester, Rosa A., history and algebra Xi. Leoman, Helen Melissa, history and algebra XI; Lewis, Pauline Annie,,algebra XI, geometry XI; Liliedahl, Mildred Rajnhald, literature and history XI; Liliedahl, Marion Josephine, composition, history XI; Lillle, James, literature, composition XI; Lyne3, Mary lona, history XL .McAllister, Anna Grace, history, physics XI; McAllister, Mary D, history, physics XI; McCallum, Margaret geometry, French grammar XI; McCarthy, Alice Gertrude, history XI; McDonald, Lorena Elles, British history IX; McDonald, Jewel, geometry, physics XI; McDowell, Mildred Mel-Uscena, physics XI; McKechnlo, Beatrice Grace, algebra XI; McGee, Marguerite Cecilia, literature XI; Mcln-tyre, Emma Mae, composition, geometry XI; McKenzie, Vina Mae, algebra XI; McMillan. William Aubrey, algebra XI, and all subjects of IX and X not represented in XI; MePlier.iou, Loliota Anglo Rebecca, history and algebra XI; Ma bee, Marjorio C, physics XI; MacLcnnan, Isabel M., algobra XI; .Madison, Sadio A., algebra XI, geometry* XI; Mann, Hiiaud Henry .Mark, algebra XI, geometry XI; Mar-' ryatt, Marion Phyllis, physics XI; Martin', Karl, geometry and physics XI; Maurler, Elsie M, composition XI, history XI; Melnyk, Stella, composition XI, history XI; Mercer, Evelyn Aleta, physics XI; Meyer, Katio, composition XI, history XI; Mills, Viola, nlgebra XI; Miner, Lala Frances, history XI; Molstad, Harold Ernest, composition XI, ' history XI, geography X; Morlno, Alfred, com position XI, all subjects of IX and X not represented in XI; Morley, Mabel J., algebra XI, Morris, Ethel M, al-gebra XI. Nesset, Knut, history XI, physics XI and all subjects of IX and X not represented In XI; Noble, Thomas Earl, algebra XI: Olson, Blanche Violet, composition XI, history XI; Olson, Annie Henrietta, art X; OntkeB, Marie M., history XI. Parish, Edith Clara, history XI; geometry XI; Pamey, Lena Rose, history XI; Plnkney, Blanche, history XI, geometry'XI; Pipes, Jonathan Richard, algebra, geometry XI; Plum-ley, Kathleen, geometry XI; Purschko, Isubel F., composition, algobra XI. Ramsay, Bessie, history XI; Riggs, Marjorie J,, geometry XI; Riches,. Laura Ethel May, composition XI; .(CONTINUED ON PAOB �.t ^ ;