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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -PARK FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1920 ttte DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 126 6th Street South, Lethbrldga A. BUCHANAN President and Miuagicg Director John Tomnca Business Manager ..J .25 s.oo 4.25 2.60 Member Audit Bureau of Circulatloas Subscription Rates: Daily, Delivered, per by mail, per year Dally; by mall, lor 6 month! Dally, by mall, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year.....1.50 .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 POLICEMAN DIED SOLDIER'S DEATH. The two policeman who gave sip thetf lives !n the hunt for the bandits, met a soldier's fighting for the maintenance o( law sad order. The policeman's life It full of danger, though ii It.rarely the public recqg- this fact. They must deal with dangerous characters at the risk of their liTes. There are those who think the guardians of the law hare an easy life, tut tragedies like that at Bellerue, musfmake us realize that the policeman's labors may sometimes be peaceful and tmeiact- iBg, he never knows when he Till be called upon to rush Into conflict, where death, may be the toll. The two-men-who-fell-In the per- formance of their duties on. Saturday; were public, servants, and Alberta, in the case of the Provincial Policeman, and the Dominion' In the caoe of the Mounted Policeman, must recognize the sacrifice made these men by providing properly for the depend they have left behinl'V-They deserve this recognition fully as much u the soldiers.-who gave up their lives In battle. CREDIT TO THE HERALD CORRESPONDENT AT BELLEVUE For years the Herald has feature! tie news of the towns and Villages of Bouthefe Alberta and the Crow's Nest Pass. Probably no other paper In Canada Elves as much prominence and space to. this 'class.'of, newi. ill 'makes .the .Herald the only uewspapei recording 'terri The f happening--atvBelievue tp' thi of correspondents _'in- the ;Pass Had it not been for the activity of th'a correspondent the last edition at, the paper'might have gone to press beton the intelligence. reached the city through other sources. No-other eye nlng paper in. the west had this new "in its regular editions. Consequently the Herald can point with satisfaction to the enterprise of one of its stal of outside, correspondents, for thi "scoop" it obtained. More than that, the Herald roshec oft extra editions to Raymond and ti the towns to the as the threi .o'clock edition nad gone '.to press be fore the important despatch reache the oftlce. Where the train servk 'was not available to convey tb printed news, telegrams were forward towns and villages east -001111'and south, announcing the sen lallonal news. _ f prides itself on its new f, local, district and general 1 and (eels that It Is serving Its terr lory; with Ihe most up-to-date new >s well as any paper In the country A.staff'reporter went up to th Pass on the special train on Satur day evening and will remain ther :vhile'tae pursuit of'the bandits pro ceeds. In that way tbe Herald wi b9 supplied with latest develop tnents in the quickest possible fashion SIR JAMES LOUGHEEP'S Vfsif APPRECIATED, It only fair to say that Sir Jame Lougheed'a personal visit to the Leth bridge Northern district. Is greatl .valued and appreciated by those wh_ devoting tho'lr attention lo Irriga tion development. Sir James cam post for a vacation, but when an ap peal was made to him lo come an see the district that was urgently di. mandlng irrigation, he did not hes tale to accept and devote a day t studying conditions. Sir Jamea fully semes the need o Irrigation. He has seen enough irrigation to know ( Is the onl assurance to the permanent succe -of agriculture In many sections, of th cpcntry. Further than that, we ar satisfied that he will do his ulmo ;to bring about the most complet co-operation with the provl Urgplve thn problems (hat are turtlng the settlers In sections Southern Alberta. "Ontario has its Windsor and bord but Southern Alberta has l( .Crow's tfest Pass. AKROFF IS KILLED (Continued from Front Pace.) ime No. 63 was held up and relieved the passengers of icir money. Following is the verdict returned: "That Corporal Ernest Usher in the pursuance of his uty at Bellevue, came to his death on the 7th of August, s a result of revolver shots at the hands of escaped ban- it-s, supposed to be one of the escaped bandits who held p a train at Sentinel on August 2nd, and further that Vederick William Evans Bailey came to his death on the ame date, and further that the unidentified person came o his death at the hands of Constable J. the L.P.P., at BeHevue on August 7th, from revolver shots in ie pursuance of his duty, and that this jury, exonerate from all blame and that he be highy commended or his action and further that the escaped bandit is guilty f the wilful murder of Corporal Usher of the nd Constable Bailey of the A.P.P." The jurymen were John Johnson, John Houghton, Vm. J. Burns, Westren Vincent, Romeon Renaldoj -Hugh IcVickers. Country Full of Rumors The country is full of rumors. As many different lories are told of the shooting as there are days-in the nonth. However, everyone realizes that somewhere in he Frank Slide are hidden two desperate characters, to )ut it lightly. Practically every one on duty is armed with a rifle of some description and one or more "revolvers. All the roads are well guarded and the police believe there s not a chance of the men getting away under cover of darkness, particularly when the nature of the country is considered. Bandits Put Up Bold Front One story that has gained credit is, that the bandits were in Bellevue on Wednesday and located around the -W.V.A. Club. It is definitely known they were in nan on Friday and either cashed a cheque or attempted o cash one on the Lethbridge branch of the Bank of it is known one of the men had an ac- :6unt. They are said to have purchased provisions in the Wm.'Davies Co. store there. Soon afterward nineteen policemen and special constables including Wm. MeLeod, of Lethbridge, followed their trail for about five miles and then lost them. They searched nearly all night but ;he bandits evaded them on this occasion. 'The three were ogethe'r they had.not all been seen tpgethei since. It is practically certain; that if any, of the special constables locate the bandits, the bandits will not come in .alive, but a big fight is expected before they are taken '.Some New_Facts (Special to the Herald) BLAIRMdRE, Aug. battle the bandits is over for a time, and tie dead 'oilcemari' H.rE.' Provincial Const. F. W. B'.'Bailey, of the Alberta" orce, and dnaibandit, supposed to bo J.-Akroff.i Th'e' vpnnded': One bandit s'nppoa- -V Usher and Bailey Police Victims, Had Just Come on Scene wasiwo'undi not% -'though- Constable Fames Frewin, of-theAJ.P., who was of thinks the' once.''through' The1 threeTrobbers'who were up the.Hraln last Monday near Sentinel, were in Cole- man on Friday and one ot them went nto the bank there and wanted to cash some time checke. The bank manager was; alone and quite busy frith his cash account, and paid hut Ittle attention to the; lone man, but when a second stranger put in appear- ance, the banker became alert and the men went out of the offlce. The :hird man of the gang was In the town at the same time. Locate Bandits Yesterday afternoon Constable Fre- win received, a phone message fromi Bellevue to the effect that the ban-' dits had put in an appearance there and he boarded a passenger train arriving at Bellevue between two and three o'clock, the Bellevue police had located two of the bandits In the Bel- lerue Cafe, an eating house run by a Chinaman.' The police at once pre- pared to attack and take the men, Constable Bailey going to the rear of the and Constables Frewin and Usher going lo the front door. The restaurant 13 divided off in stalls or. small .eating rooms on the right Bide arid the two bandlta were sitting in the {second from the front of he building. The two policemen en- tered and were In the door ot the little room before the bandits were aware of their presence. Constable Frewin ordered the two men to noia up their hinds and they began to ralso saw'the barrel of a gun In the bandit's hand and Immediately with his automatic. Iloth bandits began shooting at (he same time but Frewin was fllone and re- turned fire. Ho thinks that Usher must have been hit at once as he did nrl open fire until (oo la'e. After emptying his automatic, Freivin back- out In order to get out hli regula- tion gun. He did nut have n-i oppor- tunity to use It as the bandils made a rapid rush for door nod noon hed tho bulH'ix Between hta nnd their adversaries. A' Hard Bandit to Kill The bandit, who was killed, had a bullet hole In the top of his head and another through the right arm and shoulder. This man stood leaning aoalnst the wall of the building nnd emptied faolli cf Ms revolvers Info the bodies of Constable Usher and they lay on the aide walk at the entrance of the restaurant be- fore he sank down dead himself from the shot which entered his head at top. The other bandit, who is edscrib- ed as the big one with the heavy black moustache, made his getaway, going toward Frank. W. L. Evans, livery- man. who saw most ot the flsht, fays he saw (he man going rapidly in that direction with a gun in each luind and he is of tho opinion that he was not seriously hurt, though he Ir-lt blood stains marking his coprse. A posse of men are now eng In searching through tho F.-ank rock ntlde for him. P. Takes Hand While tho battle went on, v.hole Ullage was aroused to what was so- ng on and J. H. Robertson, a Justice oi the peace-and coroner, took his ull share In the fight, using his gnn as best ho could. .In all there ttcis lave beeavEovent7-flva shots -fired fifteen or twenty ,o[ them inside th' holes in thi_ cases and windows wj' V j. Bullets In Usher jno'.jeu than bHy of IrV his arm between; tHe wrist and elbow. Ti'e'body'rjf.'Coii'itabie Bailey w emoved to' Macleod last n.gbt alte .he close of the coroner's inquest ant that of Corp. Usher will he taken tc JIacIeod tonight. A double funera will be held when the two bofllea are juried. Corp. Ushw's parents live Ir Ireland, and a cable has been sect (c ils brother there announcing youn [Jsher's death. This youns nun, 2 fears oE age, was ot rather sllgh build and fair, a smooth, clean-looklni young fellow in '.ho blossom ot man noc-d and his death, as that ot Con st-ihla Bailey, Is a loss far too'grea to bo suffered for the sake of sucl is fh'.re who ct.vrj.i tholr tragic one Constable James Frewin has been member of. the R.C.M.P. for (Iv-. fears previous to going overseas, anc since his return a membe ot the Alberta for ffftee. months. ENTRANCE EXAMS (Continued From Front Page.) Bookless, Marion; Boolli, Helen Bottaro, Jack; Boiircler, Eva A.; Bo tin, Rosanna L.; Bowman, Jack B. Bowen, Ellen; Bowea, Eraanuel Boyce, Gladys I.; Boyps, Newton C Boyle, Oenevlve; Boyle, Harold; Brad bury, Jay; Bradley, William J.; Brant Esther N.; ISranner, Albert C.; Bra ton, Stanley; Bready, Wallace A Brehmer, Hulda; Brewer, Iris; Brew ster, Alice A.; Brlmhall, lona; Brl etle, Cecilia; Brown, Ada; Brow Gladys; Brown, Harold; Brown, Joh K.; Drogan, Waller; Brohman, Lau etta; Browning, Dorothy N.; Brueh Ian, Nellie; Brunette, Lydla; Uryan Floyd; Duhler, Emily; Buchannai John H.; Buchannan, Laura; Buckle Sheldon; Buhllfigcr, Ethel; Buntoi Dbris B.; Burdelt, Ruby M.j Burki Margaret A.; Burkholrter, Annie M Burkltt, diaries; ijunson, Imogene Burnard, Reginald B.; Burnham, Kei neth; Burton, Grace V.; Bufche Oeorge-.Butter, Kugenie U; Buttc field, Fay A.; Butterlield, Myron R Byers, Laura. Cahcon, Jay; Calrney, Raymond Caldwell, Kster; Cameron, Agnes K Cameron, Dorothy F.; Cameron, Ircn Cameron, Margaret; Cameroi Robert; Campbell, Alice M.; Cam bell, Daisy; Campbell, Kenneth H Carlson, Philip T.; Carmlchael, Ma (on O.; Carter, Lindsay; Casjelman, Els Casaelman, Harold C.; Challenge Irene; Cbampneys, Arnold; Chapm Harry; Charks, Lillian; Charlie Clara; Charllon, Wesley F.; Charro Ida; Chrystal, James A.; Chute, A fred M.; Chrlstensen, Chrl tic, David K.; Christie, Gwendollm Clark, Jnvernfa E.; Clark, Lucy K Clark, Mildred; Clark, Olive B.; Clar norls N'.; Clayton, Alexander; Cla ton. James; Clements, Leslie; Ole Eric J.; Cleugh, VIolei Cllno, Cecil H.; Clover, Alice; Cob C'alvln w.; Cochran. Coffo t'oglan, Hughj Cojlari, Low Carnell, Raymond; Car Carruthers, Marjorle 0 3 B.; Cohen, Cokor, Ro Saturday's ahcoiinc at Bellevue, hen Const. Ernest Usher of the Hoy- I Canadian Mounted Police, and onst. Frederick William Evans Bail- of the Alberta Provincial Police, victims to the guns of the Crow rain bandits, and those ot Tom Bas- tf, leader ot the gang, in particular, omss home straight to Lethbrldee, or both the poUce officers were well nown here. Constable Bailey 'of tho i.P.P. in particular his been in Leth- ridge a great deal or recent months, eing attached to headquarters of "D" while Corp. Usher was for time a few months ago a member the headquarters force of "K" di- ision, R.C.M.P., at the barracks here. Const. Bailey Is a son of a well- nown fanner of tho Macleod district, he family has lived in the Macleod Istrlct for 21 years, having come from Leicestershire, England. They are highly respected family and the kUl- ng ot the son was beard of with great regret by the old-timers of the Mac- eod district. The" late Const, Bailey's emains were brought to Macleod on lunday morning for interment. About three weeks ago Const, Bail- ly. after having done headquarters duty here for a long time, during which he lived with his wife and two ittle children, aged two and four re- ipectirely, in the Dominion Block, ras transferred to Pincher Creek, tak- ng over the detachment there from Corp. Rogan. At that time Mrs. Ball- y Tvrut to Macleod to reside for, if line with her people. On Thursday ligbi iast Const Bailey reported at eadquarters here and was dispatch- ed to Believue to relieve Const, Mar- erlson transferred to Taber detachment Const. Mariertson. lad just turned oter the keys of the barracks at Bellevue to Const. Bailey it noon on Friday and had left an lour before the shooting for Leth- brluse to report. Corp. Usher, the first victim of Bas- sofl's gun, has been a member of the Mouuted Pollt-o fir five years and for L time was stationed.afMedlcine Hat- Later he was transferred to head- giiarters here, and last spring he was to Bellevue.. U was while there hat he got his corporal's stripes. For .he three months, how- ever, he has beei at the Macleod traln- ng post, and'jpnli'.on Friday, night iad he returned'io Bellevue for duty liere. He had come to the bar- racks, and a bed had been'made up lor him to occupy while the man hunt in the Pass wai on. He and Cqntt Ballpy, iherefora, bad not been oc the oceno 24 hours' before they got into action with the bad men with fatal results. Const. Bailey was about Z9 years of ha; Collins, Dan- iel M.; .Collins, Violet; Colthorpe, Josephine; Coiner, Ruth; Com- mon, James; Conners, Samuel; Con- quest, Stanley; Conquest, Wallace O.; Cook; Everal; Cook, Violet, Coonfer, Viola 'G.; Cooper, Athol; Cooper, Orena; Coote, Mary 'K; .Corbett, Pearl M.; Connack, Bert; Cote, Irene, C.; Cougle, Ruth M.; Coutts, Herbert; Cowling, Wm'. Florence; Cranston n, Eric; Craig, Muriel 1.; Crawford, Gordon H.; Crapo, Thelma; Craig, Stella V.; Crooks, Margaret; Cross, Richard; Crow, Walter R.; Cumberland, James C.; Cunimlngs, Alice; Ethel; Currie, Ar. thur; Currie, Marlon V.; Curry, John; Cyr, Hilary; Cyr, Nora B. Dahle, Dailey, Philip; Damron, Dorothy A.; Davidson, Helen; Davidson, James 0.; Davis, Jean; Dean, Dorothy; Dceprose, Beryl M.; Ralph; Demars, Ed- ward; Dent, Lawrence; Derpok, John; Derpok, Nkoli; Derrelt, Dorothy L.; Dewdney, Audrey; Diamond, John E.; Diamond, Rosalre J.; Dick, Robert W.; DIcken, John; Dickson, S.; Diener, Mildred; Dlion, Frederick A.; Dobbie, Hazel L.; Dobry, Anas- tasia; Donals. Marcel P.; Donlevy, Esther A.; Dorr, Merion; Dpugall, Margaret R.; Drouln, Aline; Douln. Jeanne; Drouin, Laureat; Dupras, Hu- bert; Dunbara, Annlo L.; Dunn, Emily M.; Dunworth, Ruby; Duaan, Regi- nald; IXzus, John. Early, Marvel. V.; Sally; Eddie, Gladys; Edrllestone. Neville; Edgar, Allan n.; Edwards, Augusta; Elforrl, Kdgar V.; Ellison, Crilla L.; Elton, Kathleen M.; Elves, Clifford; Ernes, Arthur; Engberg, Harry A.; English, Alice M.; English, Lottie; Efickson, Edna Espedal, Stan- ford; Evans, Alice; Evans, Austin R.; Evans, Geraldine I.; Evans. Lillian C.; Bvans, William; Evesonl Dorothy; Enghauge, Prlscllla; Eyers, Philip; Fagan, Thomas Fairbanks, Georgia; Fairbanks, John H.; Fallls, Mamie M.; Faucctt, Marjorle; Faught, Iney M.; Faulkes, Charles; Fcli, Clara; Verngrcn, Esther; Fergnfon, Anna B.; Ferguson, Raymond; Finn, Theodore; Finkbetner, Pearl .M.; Kin- lay, Delia M.; Finley, Alex; Fish. Morrison; Fltzpalrlck, Thelnia. Fltz- geralil, Violet; Fleming, Jean; Floyd, Oscar. H.; Floyd, Ruth M.; 1'lynn. Morris F.; Dennle; Ford, Leonard Forgues, Alice; Forrester, Qer- uluirnj; Forrester, Muri; Foster, Kathleen; Foster, Thelma M.; Fountain, Myrtle; Fowcrs, Eric; Prancals, Peter George; Frascr, Greta P.; Fraser, Ina D.j Fraser, James; Frederickson. Eleanora; Frlnk, Fred- erick W.; Froraao, Darol K.; Fryc, Harvey; Fuyarchuk, Alex. Gallagher, Helen 1.; Gammon, John; Grant, Gertrude Grant, Minnie A.; Gardner, Harold H.; Garnott, A. Carries, Ruth J.i Gar- rison, Clifford W.; Garvle, Wilbur; Geake, Leslie J.; Geigher, Mary; Gel- fond, Hlame; Gibbons, Bruce; Olebel- baus, Samuel; Oilpln, Robert Glad- den, John M.; Glass, Marlon E.; Gled- die, Andrew Ollncs, Annie; God- dsr, Mildred; Godfrey, Jessie; God- frey, Peter M.; Gordon, Alberta P.; Gordon, Lillian Oonld, Maitland; Gow, Beesfe V.; flower, Harold B.; ClracBor, Dorothy; Graham, Lily; age. and Corp. Usher about 2S. Bassoff Worked In There Hassoff Is thoroughly at homo in the mining camps of the Pass, partlcular- y at Ueltevuo and Hilkrest, which ace cue another across the valley, according to Const. Marjerlson. Last wlnttr he spent considerable time In Bellevue, and owued a Grant six car which he has had In a Bellevue garage or repairs. He knows every Joint and dive in Ihe Pass, and should be get out ol his present hiding place on Iho slide he may easily etude his captors !or tho lime being as he has 'friends who will hide him until the excite- ment blows over. The police are determined, however, that Ihe two remaining bandits -will never get away. The task of holding Ibem on the slide is no easy one. It is fringed with woods on threo sides, and it would take 600' men sur. round it so that no one could slip through in the' darkness. However, there are many men among tho police who know every step ot the country better than does either Areloff or Bassotf, and even though they should escape the net about them temporar- ily, they should be fairly easily caught before they can get out ot tho country. ..Bassoff'c Brother In Jail Here A man believed to ba a brother to Tom BassoCT, the bandit leader, is now in the A.P.P. cells here. Ho goes under the name of Aler. Bassotf, and was picked up by the police on Thurs- day on suspicion. He has been in charge of'a band ot sheep east of the city. The police are holding him as a source of information as to the pos- sible movements of his brother, and In order that there may ha one less ac- complice should Bassoff work his way out of the net and hit for the open prairie. Believed to Be Bootlegger Bassoft spent considerable time in Letbbridge during the winter. lie had hia Grant sis car here, and It is now believed that he was one-of a boot- legging gang who had worked between Fernie, the Pass towns, Lethbridgo and Great Falls. By piecing the story together, strength is lent to the belief that-Bassotf and his pals were after a bigger stake than they got when they held up Conductor Sam Jones and No. 63 westbound at Sentinel last Monday. It Is easily believed that they thought there'was a wad of bootleg money on the train, going from tho Pass towns to Fernie and, they were it. The cool, open metnod they used in holding up the passengers, and thn deadly shooting they did when they ran foul of the police on Saturday al Bellevua has considerably changed the views of the police as to the charact er.of the bandits. dry, Margaret Landymore, Cer- rude L.; Landymore, Stanlflr; Marie A.; Lapp, Irene; Larsen, Clarence; Heltua; Larsou, Verdon; Lawrence, Hilda; Lawson, E.; LaycockJ Marcella C.; -ee, Annie; Lee. Caroline; Lee, Earl R.; Lee. Kirkhim; Leeland. Thel- ma I.; Liesmer, Ruth P.; Lelshman, I'erna M.; Lembkz, Henry C.; Lem- ma, Patricia; Lenglel. George It.; Edith; I.enz. Kmraa; l.esiuk, S'adia; Lesiuk, Paul; Lewis, Leigh; Muriel; LiusSstcdt. Harold B.: aoke, Richard; Linueoorg, Alice; UtcheiiKky. Sam; Little, Laura; Little, William: Libie, Hugh S.; Lofts, 'hyllls M.; Lohr, Anna Lomness, tlchard A.; Lousy, Constance G.; George: Long. Thelma Evan; Loijgeway, George; -ong. TUnlma 'L.; Lounsbury, Kath- een; Lowe, Eleaiior S.; Lowden, lennie V.: Lowry, Rulon; Luck, ra; Lumley. Dora K.; Luodgrcn. Jsther M.; Lust, Johanna; Lulz, Winnie; Lynch, William L.; Lyon, liil- ma; McAllstor. Maude; Graham, Mildred Gramatski, Char lotte; Grant. Lester; Graves, Alwin A.; Gray, Cleworth W; Grayson, Stew art L.; Green, Alice A.; Green Edith. Greentree, Mary H.; Grice, Laura Groat, Ernest; Gross, Mary E. Grow, Mary F.; Grunwald, William H.; GuEella, Henry Haggarty, Alexander W.; Hague Mary; Haimscn, Betty; -Haimson Haining, :Elizabeth S. Halnstock, Audrey; Hall, Lyn Hamilton, Cccile; Hamilton, Dor othy; Hamilton, John C.; Ham ilton, Harry P.; Hamilton, Ham; Hamon, Robert; Handley, Al bert T.; Handley, Verona B.; Hanley Florence; Hannah, Elsie N.; Hansen Louie; Hanson, Edith M.; Harber Alma. A.; Barber, Wilma M.; Harder Oscar H.; Barker, Elmer; Barker Lawrence Harker, Marjorie; Hark er. Rex; Copper; Hart, Flo rence; Hartney, Kathlten Hart Margaret; Haus er, Eleanor; Hawkins, Ena B. Hawkes, Marva. Haws. Mary; Haynej Waiter H.; Hay nes, Clyde Hayes, Ambrose A. Hiadley, Foster; Heath, Florence E. rlediierick, John B.; Heggen, Willlan A., Heins, Sadie; Hemus, Edith E. Hendergpu, Cora; He'ndry, Dorothy Herman; Ella; Herring, Edith; Her ron, Verna 1.; Hewko, Stephen; Hick en, Orvin; illerath. Doraii; Hill, frank W.; Hill, Minnie JI.j Hilland Julia; 'Hlllier' Margaret L.; Hinman Lutic; HiF.ey, Dorothy v.f Illxon, Eva V.; Hladlk, Aiinie: Holden, Edward Holland, liuth; Holllngshean. Klla Halstcin, Milya; HoHrnan. Florence Hood. Gertrurle T.; Hopkins, William D.; Horan, Mary; Hordan, William Horsman, Elsie E.; Hoskln, N'aple W.; Howes, Martha L.; Hotfes. Man E.; Hudson. William Huff, Dei mcr; Hull. Hush H.; Hunt, LCOTKI Hunter, Jennie K.; Hutnaiin, Hult! rich: Huston, Jean M.; Huston; Wan da; Htiick, Beatrice A.: Hyde. John Inkster, Pearl; Ironside, Margare Iv, Irwin, Henry. Jackson. Besslo; James, Jennie M.; -l.irvts, Goldle H.; Jcini'y. Jensen, Carrie; Jensen, llcgwlj; M.; .Icnsen, Lucille L.: Jensen, Peter Carl; Jensen. Verna I.; Jespfirson, HaroM; jessey, Uavld W.; Jones, Lucille P.; Xeva H.; Jobb, Es- telle II.; Johnson, Arvllla; Johnson, Florence M.: Johnson, Hulilah; John- son, Kathleen; Johnson. Lloyd: John- son, Myrtle E.; Mabel J.; Johnson, Stephen; Johnson, .William C.; Antile; Jordan, Esther L.; Jowelt, -Doris; Joyce, Francis; .lubb, Dorothy. Kallmati, Amile Kallman, Han- nah E.; Kask, Gladys J.; Kaspaw, Aill; Kasperfi Otlle; Kearney, Edwin L.; Kelly, Drunllla; Keeton John A.; Kemmls, Annie V.; Kemmis, Helen A.; Kcmsley. Stanley F.; Kempt, Georgia E.: Kennedy, Heulah M.; Ken- I nedy, Mona M.i Kennedy, William 0.; Kenwood, Edna; Kejr, Roy; nor. don A.; Klmball, Ruth; King, Charles 0.; King, Franklin King Louise; Kirk, Oria E.; Kirkham, Joseph; Kllil Elsie; Knapp, Lloyd Knight, Mae Knoi, Mary; Kollar, Kathrlne; Ko5ki, Ida; Krogh, Hazel; Kropp. Hayraond; Knipp, Theresa; Kyle Charles W. Laidlaw, Lorna W.; Lamarre, Gcr- malno; Ijtmonl, Allan D.; Lammlo, Lydla; Lamrock, WInnlfred A.; Lan- McAnally. Ce- cilia; McAnsh. Harry: McArthur. Era- ma H.; MacArthur. Mary N.; McCaf- rerty. Lenora; McCaig, Helen; Mc- -'alla, Arthur G.; McGobm, HulU ilcColeman. Clara; ilcCoy. Alox; Mc- Cuo Arthur; McCue. Dora; SlcCurdy. Alice E.; McDonald. Christie; McDon- ald, -Douglas; Macdonald, Janeva; MacDonald. Lydta; MacDonald. Mar- garet M.; McDonald, Vcrnoa H. 13.; McDousall. Wmnifrcd; McDowell, Marguerite; McFarlaud, Pay: Me- l-'arlano, Glenn; McGce. James; Me- 5111. Keland; McGownu, Preston I.; UcGuire. Marion; JicUiall, Jessie; Jlc- nail, Mary; Mulnlosli, Ethel F.; Me- Intosh. Harry T.; McKeag, Hyacinth; MclCce, Gordon; McKeuuy, Bert; Mc- Kenzie. Irwlu. K.; MnKinuou. Mary A.; MciJichlan, Archibald; MucLareu, Margaret M.; McLaughlin. Don C.; MacLean, Eva MacLeau, Leah E.; MacLean, Flora V.; ilcLeary. Doris; McLellan, Janet MeLeod, Donald M.; MeLeod, Elizabeth MeLeod, Mildred L.; MacLiickle, Lula A.; Mc- Mahan, Vada; McMullnn, Jlolly A.; McMullin, Mary; McNeil, Evangeline; McNIcol, Sarah; McPhee, Neil; Mac- Queen, Alex P.; McShane, Lloyd P.; McTavish, H.; McVey, Sarah; Babley, Myrtle; Machtmes, Theresla; Maltot; Marin, Kenueth; Marler, Gladys; Maronda, Mary L.; Marsden, Hazel; Marshall, Belle H.; Marshall, Stanley G.', Martin, Millie E.; Martin, Raymond L; Martenell, Slinnle B.; Matejka, Joseph; Mathe son, Roderick; Mathews, Gerard; Mayrer, Blanche G.; iJIayrer, Ruby L.; Maxwell, H. 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