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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 1918 LKTHBnmfll? DAn.T HKHAUJ PAGE THREE y Wellington THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S 1 ttUST ASK VOU TO KEEP THE [TWINS AWtt FROM THIS VIClN miit EXTREttEm FUL of cu TO PUT up IHrtr NET- NAP IN THANK W> HOW I'LL nw> T KEE? 'EM FROM f'THrSUDOTT BRTH'TWIKSTj iED Crtipin-TWPJTHISU THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS The following candidates were sue- ceosful in passing'tho recent Grade XII departmental examinations and upon application to the Department of Education will be admitted to Normal School to train tor.first class ccrlifi. catcs: Agnes Marjorle Agnew. nulu Caroline Daker, Gladys C. Biggar, Lulu G. T. Bishop, Myrtle 1'aullne Dowles, Arthur, Cyril Dre- John Safes. Theima Victoria Ilutchart. Harvey "Christopher Carmichael, Hilda Talr Cathro, Dorothy Gertrude Church, Lowell H.'Cobbledick, Alfred Kenneth Cox. Edith M. Crawford Elizabeth Cress. Edward Newton Davis, M. Adeline Devereaux, 'Robert Dlckson Dlckson. .Urcyl J. Dyer. Dlanche Catharine Ellenwoon, Win nltred M. Ellis, Fred Elhridge. Arol Faulkner, Frances Alberta Fal Us, John ,Howard Foster, -William thour, Eva Anne Brownie e, Maude Maier Buckton, 'Anton Stirling Foster, Jane Ellis Eveline Francis. Fowler M Eileen GnvhV Violet A. Gibson Muriel M. Gralz, Lillian Gudmund son, Edwin. Lysle Gustus. Mary I. Haley, Jessie Morror Hani Ilton, Harriet Margaret Hartley, Sis te'r Mary Margaret-Hayes, Irene Hed- lev, Slsler Josepiilne'llerbretcau, Avis Hibbard, Rodger J. Jean Marf vcl nvioclh' Merle Mafle Huu- '-is'-Thomas Hyde; A Jackson, Gcnevleve Jackson. Clara Katlileen Hunt, English lan- uage and of literature; Erl- mond Hazel Hunter, and geometry XII, history XI; Grace Ink- ter, literature (Palgravo and XII and history XI; -Edythe Edwcu Jarvls, physics Hazel Marlon Kdilh, chemistry and' algebra XII; Anna Mary Klser, algebra and French grammar and composition; William Geddes Clark Laldlaw, algebra and geometry chcmis- ry Xll; George Herbert Mc'Clenaghuii algebra and trigonometry; Jewel Mc- Donald, physics and English language and hislory of literature; Beatrice Grace McKechnle, physics and algebra XII; Maijorie C. Maybee, English lan- cuaee anil hislory ot literalure; Helen Waldron Marshall, chemistry; Lala Frances ,Mlncr. jthysics Xll; Ethel Mae Morris, trigonorrietry; Rena May Muttart; algebra; Marlon Norton, phy- sics XII; Joseph Wesley O'Drien. al- gebra and geometry XII; Gcraldinc Lily Porkc. physics nnd algebra XII; Lena H. Parney. physics and algebra XII; Beatrice Lillian Patterson, gco metry, literature" (Shakespeare -am" Milton) Xll; Johnathon Richard Plum trigonometry and gnomelry XII; G Ewart PorterHeld, Engiisb language and history of literature; Ivy Matildi namsey, algebra .XII; Muriel Jose ptllne Roche, algehra, French gram mar and composition, Irene Catherine Ross, Algebra; Edna.Scblt, htstbrv XI; Mlrrel literature (Shakespeirb and'Mliton) ami Eng- lishaangn'age'jnd-liisiOfj' of' lilcra THE COOLEST SPOT IN aETHBRIDGE HENDERSON LAKE.... PAVILION. SWIMMING AND BOATING Ice Cream Parlor and All Kinds of Soft Drinks Come and Enjoy the Hot Sum- mer Evenings at "The Lake." e ary Elsie Maun Leak, Pauline Martha Llllie Lillcdalll, Doris Helena IV.wson Keith, Rel- iant, Jolm Kelly. Annie Mary Latlmor, Dertba Law rence, May Llpsey. Merle Ucna McCallum, Ella Doris McOandlcss, Carol McConkey, Laura E. Christina McKcllar, Mar- iorie Sarah 'McLean, Mary Willcll McLean, Jean E. McMillan, Margaret Alexander McMillan. Holiina Couper McMillan, Collier Alfred Maberley, James MacCabe, Edmund MacDonald, Jean MacWilliims, Monica H. Matter, .Tobn Hums Martin, Arnold Whitney Matthews, Ross Anthony Mayhood, Florence Muriel Millen, John Millcn, Edna Marlon Mooney, Mertlo- Laura Morrow, Alfred Morlua, Mai JIosco- vich. Bvcrolla Neff, Emma -Patricia JJcs- Aniiabelle H.-'.rfpblc' CSrfy jl.j Northoyer._ liiilia'ylola ,'Parke; Ernest Lewi .Peddlcord.VDudley'. Frank', PegYurn, _'--.-'.-J .'i Adna Anaon Reoves, Harold George Jlolbcr, Dora Phyllis' Reynolds, Clara Tllemer, James Murray Rothnoy, Mil- dred EHzabelh Howe, Gwendolyn M, Russell. Scott, I3lia ShikhntM, Hil- da Marjorle Boderman, Olga Annie Theresa Sodentian, Margaret Splllard, Geneva Mary Spurr, Dor- olliy Donalda Stafford, Duncan Stew- art, Agnes M. Stirling, Mln.nlo H. Suitor, E. Noel Sulls, Fred M. Sweet, Molly O. Sweet.. Kathleen-SullieMami Tcrrlll, Vera Tomllnsonl Sadlo McMillan Treacy, Dona la Turner. Kdlblecn Jean Vbgan. Golda' Meta Waldlc, Alexander Wa'Uofi, Dorothy' Prances Whlleman, tin M. 0." Wlcc, "John Edward Wil- liams, Hilda M. Willisori, Olive- Wll-' Ham Wlngrovo, Alotbla A. Wood, Eli- zabeth D. Wyllle. "Tlio following students must Balls- fy Iho High School and University Examinations Board In the subjects Indlcaled Before being granted full Grade XII standing. They will, how- ever, be adnilltcd lo a Normal School as upon appli- callon being made .to Iho Department of Education: Donah! Allan, trigonometry nnd algebra XII; Anna Dello Ander- son, algebra and geometry XII; Phyl- lis Myrtle Kathryno Calverl, algebra XII, htelory XI; J. Albert Cameron, Latin and French; M. Laurel to Card- gan, algebra and history Xll, history XI; Kale Melissa Carswell, algebra; Margaret H. 'Colvllle, Irlgonemolry; Ilulh May Crosby, chemistry nnd at- gebra XII; Irene Beatrice Dako, die- rnlslry XII; Alico Frances Dick, phy- nlcs XII; William nicnerichs, Malory XI; Wlnnlfrcd. AgniU Duncan, alge- bra and febmetry XII; Hoy Milton Giles, chemistry and algebra XII; Ic.lnnettd Ilulh aooilhaid, hislory Xt; l.ula Verne Oranl, history" XI; Mridgo Illnoa IfaggcrljY physics XII; Mary Unld Ilamlllori, algebra Xll; .lack K. Harrison, .algebra Norman L. lllglnbothtrh, literature (Shakes- peare and' and georhelry XII; lure; Bessie P., literature; (Shakespeare and Arthur James Skov, literature (Shakespeare and Milton) and English language'and history of literature; Dorothy Elsie Slealh, physics Gwendo- line Taylor, Lalln (grammar and, au- thors) and French grammar and com- position XII; Vcra Tollington, physics XII; Edward Verne r 'Tripp, -algebra II. The tollowlns sludeiUs have re- ceived credit on Grade' XII Part 1 standing: Tlu'lh Becker, G subjects; Edythe M. Uroadfoot 5; Cornelius-Daly, 6; Jas. Dimma, 4; Ccdrlc Gerald Edwards, 5; Llla May Ellis 4; Evelyn Martha Fli- tter 5; Elsie Force, 4; Ellen H. Grant S; "Edith Louise Ilernclon, 6; Edith A Ignatius James Kain i; 'Mary Catherine Kask, 5; Harry Osliorne Klliick, S; Frances Sears, 3; John Charles Tonks, 6; Lyle L. Urciuhart, 2; Alma B. Whe'alon, 5; Marlon Phyllis Tho following students have, receiv- ed credit on Grade XII Part H utnnd- ing: Marguerite Black, 3 Syl- vester Lorenzo Halch 4; Charles Toronto Goaserva- tpry of Music Sir Edmund Walker, LL.O., President. A. S .VoQl, Mus. DD'C, Musical. Director ThexMost Splendidly Equipped School oi Music in the Dominion. Unrivalled Facilities for the Thorough, Training .ofxProfes- sional, and NoniPrpfessTonal. Students. A WELL-APPOINTED RESI. DENCE-.FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS. Send for 'Year Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet.' f Ccrscrvatory Scrttol of Expression Special. Calendar ,F. H. Klrkpatrlck, Ph.D, Principal Public1 Reading, Physical anil Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art and Literature. udio Closed DURING AUGUST Except for limited cbss of work. Duplicate orders, jiassports, etc. Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK V Painters and Decorators aro re- quested lo stay away from Calgary as here is a strike on. Advertisements :or men are misleading, for (hero aro lots ot men available to do the work iiglit. i Tractor Repairs Wo specialize lu rehoring tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize- pistons and rings. Wo have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 King, 4; Lily P. Mimrb, Viola I'arkc, Hattio Ircno Pophara, 3; Maria Hoy, 2; J. Gordon Sinclair, 3. IMPORTANT RESULT. London, Aug. IO.-7-One Impor- tant result has already followed the Allied plunge in the Somme region, east of Amiens. The r Im- portant Paris-Amlen'srrallway, by way of St. Just, us'o of which hac been blocked by the proximity of the German line, .was working again last niftht. REPLIES Have been received for ihe' following box numbers and aro be called for. 10, 14, 16, 18, 25, 26, 29, 3i, 35, 42, 51, 56, 6S, 62, 72, 83, 84, SO. SITUATIONS WANTED Mrntloii The Hersld' all 'round bulcho wishes position. Apply Boi 60 Herald 201 Darwin Houston., .algebra Xll; 13, Herald. rnan wishes worl lawn mowing and carpet beating, ctt Apply 1003 7th Avo. South, or phon Thoroughly married (arm hand, wishes- nosillon separate house preferre'd, oh or atle August AVould lo manag or rent n place In (ho tall, .Write.Lo IS round, married, 3D; wants pnsUfon Sepl.-ls Hookkecper, typcwrllcr, Oarage preferred, complete charge, front filoc room, etc. References. office mai "Mlosmai ble lafiln Motorist Paradise' Touring' Get frdsh vim Cor your war. your efficiency by a visit to cool, green, dls- tinctlvo VICTORIA and wonder-, ful Vancouver Euro- pean tour in miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE 'We are prepared to (urnish Farmers'a art hera with nny amount-of Grccii Feed (Frosted Wheat) bated aDd loaded on cars (or shipment south or stackeU'in fields in North Coun- try for feeding on the grouud. Cari'place large numher" of stcck for, wiritcr feeding in Kd- riionlon. Beaver Rivcr.and Peace River Districts on shares and by tfte season. We can sell your cattlo and sheep for you ou the best ternia arailahle. For Prices and Terms wire, write or phoue. Do it now, as the season 'is short and tlmo flies. Mercantile. Traders' Exchange 820 Tegler Edmonton Alberta Phone 542Z 201-12 A NECESSARY-STEP in th6 right direction Is taken ivheu our services as undertak- ers are requisitioned. We offer these to all who iTe- sire that tlie preraration for burial, embalming and inter- inent'ol the departed should he 'accoriling to the most approved method and in good taste. Our espcrience as FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of our profession tmahles us to perform all duties' satisfactorily. MacKAY MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1B02 Lethbridge', Alta. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND KEATING CO. Ph'onB 1B92 710 Fifth Avs. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall PHONE733 FOR.TrtE'. 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Avt. ELECTRICAL "ANO ALL OF. JWOBK, j Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offico 'rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner-8th Avo. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono J12848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne anil House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso ami Throat Hospital, Now York City, I811-10H. Specialist to Calgary School Board Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosls-teated cowa requiring such milk lor battcE may do BO daily. The milk I? freo to Ihoso who cannot pay lor it, anil at coat to those- can. W.L. MeKenzlc Co. ni M THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contra cling, of all kinds. Ageula lor. the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a. 518 4th Avenue Ban 334" Phone 735 PROVINCIAL DEPART. WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU., 'Y BOARD OF TRADE LETHBRIDGE i To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J.'A. WEIR, who1'has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603" TENDERS AHfiv. Ail? R: Scaled Tenders addressed lo D. Julf, Clly Clerk, and endorsed, '-'Ten- ders for Slrect Hailtfay Uniforms" vtll bo received up to noon, on Satur- day, Aug. Slsl, for nine (0) Uniform Suits frfr Iho Slrect" Railway 'Molor- men. x Speclficallons mailed on applica- tion. Tho lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted.' Sulla must bo made In Lethbrldgo. M. FREEMAN, Ad F, Commissioner Public Utilities. DRAYING Of All Kimli WesternTransferCo, Limited Apply flo 203-0 TENDERS Tendcra will bo received at the of- fice of S. H. Nelson, Barrister, Cards- ton, up till 12 o'clock (noon) on Mon- day, August 12lh, lor the erectloti of an addition to the Woottoril School house, t v Tenders must be accompanied by n certified cheduo tor'ID fier cent, ot tho contract prlco In favor of tho Bulte Lako School District nnrt drawn on n charlereil bank. bid not necessarily accepted. Plans 'and specifications may ho sftn 'office of 11. Nelson, Cardslon. or al Iho residence of A. W, Pitcher, Woolford. Ad C C. P. R. Freight PHONEI Itjbiet SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT, CHAS. T. COUSINS .SKIFF, ALTA, Phono 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, -INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, 'BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room Dominion Building I 612 Fourth Avenue S. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS; Having recently, returned front the front I have haiV'.tny auction-, eer's license renewed and will again lake up that business in Southern Alberta, -where 1 am well-knowri Ihroughout the coun- try. 1 hereby solicit yonr sales. Kesults aro my test advertise- ment. Phone 1692 Yours very truly, CAPT. GEO. P. PORTER LelhbrWjc. f reels Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Phone 1713 UO 6th St 8, 'LetKbrldjt, SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming Ifpuso.nnd con- tents In good locality. Doing.a sport business. sell for rca- "Sohahlb price. APPLV TO Jos. :FERDINA, 7th St. S, opposite Gait Gardens or F. A, ROGERS, M6 13th Street Nwth 202-6 Owing to advance In bulter market wo ara now, paying: MoVpier; Ib.'butter fat for. No. 1 .'Sweet Cream, 424 per Ib. butter fat for No, 2 Sweet Cream, 40c per Ib, butter fat for No.-1 Sour Cream, Mo per Ib, butter fat for Nu. t Sour Cream. We would advise farmers who have cows, thnt Ihey can milk lo get busy, as every lillle hit holiifl when Iho. grain crops fail. W 6 pay all charges and par vfor each shipment.. Crystal Dairy Limited AUCTIONEER Long experience in slock nnd farm machinery. Sales conduct- ed fn any part of Alb.orta, P. IAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rales Call Tho Opwsley Land Agency, 1809 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE-HOTEL. CLOSED CAR' 'PHONE 1324 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSESDECORATOB 964 11th St.-S. Prompt and Reliable Work Oono at Reasonable Prices, i; L A. H. Roosa We meet alt trains Day and Night. See at Depot, or Phone 1263 DONT WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A in a TDDF'FER Pieaae Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 ___i ;