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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington �-^hftl115ViaN- THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION RESULTS The following candidates were swc-roBKtul in passing the recent Grade XII departmental examinations and upon application to the Department of Education will be admitted to Normal School to train tor.tirst class cortlfl-cates: Agnes Marjorle Agnew. Ruth Caroline Baker, Gladys C. BlgBar, Lulu G. T. Bishop. Myrtle Pauline Bowles, Arthur, Cyril Bre-thour, Rva Aimo Brownloo, Clara Maude Malor Buckton, Anton John Biires, Thelma Victoria Butchart. Harvey Christopher Carmichacl, Hilda Talr Cathro, Dorothy Gertrude Church, Lowell H. Cobbledick, Alfred Kenneth Cox, Kdith M, Crawford, Goldio Elizabeth Cress. iSdward Newton Davis, M. Adeline Dovoroaux, Robert Dickson Dickson, frcyl J. Dyer. Blanche Catharine Ellenwood, Win-nlfred M. l;;ilis, Fred M. Ethridge. Arol Faulkner, Francos Alberta Fal-lls, John Howard Foster, Wllllnm Stirling Foster, Jane i^lllls Fowler, Eveline Francis, M. Eileen Gavin. Violet A. (Slbson, Muriel M. Gratz, I^Illian Gudmund-son, Edwin Lyslo Giislus. Mary I. Haley. Jessie Morror Hamilton, Harriet .Margaret Hartley, Sister Mary Margaret Hayes, Irene Hed-ley. Sister Josopliino Herbroteau, Avis Hibbard. Rodger J. Hibbard, Jean Holbriiok. Marjorle Knox Hunio, Marvel i"ir:ibcth Hunt, Merle Mario Uun-tc y.i Thomas Hyde. / .y.ickson, Genevieve'Jackson. Iie:ona Dawson Keith, Daisy Kol-lam, John Kelly. Annie Mary Latimer, Bertha Lawrence, Elsie Maud Leak, Paulino Lewis. Martha LiUie Liliedahl, Doris May Lipsoy. Merle Rcna McCallura, Ella Doris McOanrtless, Carol McConkoy, Laura E. McGulro. Christina JIcKollar, Marjorle Sarah McLean, Mary WiUctt McLean, Jean E. McMillan, Margaret Alexander McMillan, Robina Couper McMillan, Collier Alfred Maborley Jamos MacCabo, Edmund MacDonald Joan MacWilliam's, Monica B. Maher, John Burns Martin, Arnold Whitney Matthews, Ross Anthony Mnyhood, Florence Muriel Mlllen, John Mlllen. Edna Marion Moonoy, Mertlo Laura Morrow, Alfred Morina, Max ilosco vich. Evorotta Noff, Emma Patricia Nos bltt, Katie Alice Nicholson, Aunabelle ii. Noble, Carry H., Northover. Lolla Vldlii Parko; Ernest Lewis .Poddlcord, Dudley Frank Pegruni Mabel Annid Pciigoliy, Lucilo Gerald Ino Poiitland, Ernest Maxlmiliun l^e-tit, Donald Francis Philp, Edith Pot tor, dladya Hortson Pullan. Adna Anson Reeves, Harold George Rolbor, Dora Phyllis Reynolds, Clara Riomer, James Murray Rothnoy, Mil dred Elizabeth Rowc, Gwendolyn M Russell. Arthur W. Scott, Elia Shlklanko, HII (la Marjorio Sodorman, Olga Annie Theresa Sodorman, S^rah Margaret Spillard, Genevu. Mary Spurr, Dor othy Donalda Stafford, Duncan Stew art, Agnes M. Stirling, Minnie H Suitor, B, Noel Sulls, Fred M. Sweet Molly a. Sweet. Kathleeij Sutherland TorrlU, Vera Tomllnson, Sadie McMillan Treac) Donata Turner. Kathleen Jean Vogan. GoUla Mota Waldio, Alexander Watson, Dorothy Francos Wlilteman lua M. G. Wico, John Edward Wtl liams, Hilda M. WUIIson, Olive William Wlugrove, Alotlita A. Wood, Ell zabdth B. Wyllie. TUo following studonts must satis fy the High School and University Examinations Board In the subjects indicated lioforo being granted full Grade XU standing. They will, however, bo admitted to a Normal School as conditioned students upon application being made to Ihe Department of Education: Donald llendry Allan trigonometry and olgobra XH; Anna Belle Ander son, algebra and geometry XII; Phyl lis Myrtle Kathryno Calvert, algebra XII, htalory XI; J. Albert Cameron' Latin and French; M. Laurette Carri gan, algebra and history XII, history XI; Kate Melissa Carswell, algebra Margaret H, Colvllle, Irlgoneraotry, Ruth May Crosby, chemistry and al-Kobni X;il; Irene Beatrice Dako, clio nilstry XII; Alice Francos Dick, phy flics XII; Wllllum Dloderlclis, history XI; WInultred , Agnes Duncan, algebra and geometry Xlt; Roy Milton fJllBB, chemistry and algebra Xll Joannetto Ruth Goodhaid, history XI, Lulft Vori;e Grunt, history XI; Mudgo Hlnsa Haggorty, physics XH; Mary lOnId Hamilton, algebra XII; Jack E Morrison, algebra XII; Norman L Hlglnbotliam, lltoraturo (Shakes paare and Milton), and geometry XII. |I. Uarwln Houston, ulgubru XU; Clara Kathleen Hunt, English Language and hls^ry of literature; Erl-mond Hazel Hunter, chemistry and geometry XII, history XI; Grace Ink-stor, literature (Palgravo and Prose), XII and history XI; Edythe Edwen Jurvis, physics XII; Hazel Marion Keith, chemistry and algebra XU; Anna Mary Kiser, algebra and French grammar and composition; William Geddea Clark Laldlaw, algebra and geometry XII; Jean Lament, chemistry XII; George Herbert McCIonaghan algebra and trigonometry; Jewel JIc-Donald, physics and English language and history of lilerat\ire; Beatrice Grace McKeclinie, physics and algebra XII; Marjorle C. Maybee, English lan-Kunee and history of literature; Helen Waldron Marshall, chemistry; Lala Frances ...Miner, physics XII; Elhel Mae Morris, trigonometry; Rena May, Muttart, algebra; Marion Norton, phy-! sics XII; Joseph AVealoy O'Brien, al-' gobra and geometry XII; Goraldine Lily Parko, physics and algebra Xll; Lena R. Parney, physics and algebra XII; Beatrice Lillian Patterson, geometry, literature (Shakesiioaro and Milton) XII; Johnathou Richard Pipits, trigonometry and geometry XII; G. Ewart Portorfield, English language and history of literature; Ivy Matilda Ramsey. algel)ra XII; Muriel Jose- THE COOLEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE HENDERSON LAKE____ PAVILION . SWIMMING AND BOATING Ice Cream Parlor and All Kinds of Soft Drinks Come and Enjoy the Hot Summer Eveninga at "The Lake." phine Roche, algebra, French grammar and composition, Irene Catherine Ross, Algebra; Edna Scott, Latin XII, history XI; Mirrel Scott, literature (Shakespeare and Milton) and Eng-. lish language and history of lilera-' ture; Bessie P. Sharpo, literature, (Shakespeare and Milton); Arthur Jamos Skov, literature (Shakespeare ' and Milton) and English language and history of literature; Dorothy Elsie Sloaih, physics XII; Frances Gwendoline Taylor, Latin (grammar and authors) and French grammar and composition XII; Vera Tollingtou, physics XII; Edward Verner Tripp, algebra XII. The following students have received credit on Grade XII Part 1 standing: Ruth Becker, 5 subjects; Edythe M. Broadfoot 5; Cornelius Daly, G; Jas. Dimma, 4; Cedric Gerald Edwards, 5; Lila May Ellis 4; Evelyn Martha Fll-mor 6; Elsie Force, 4; Ellon B. Grant, ;{; Edith Louise Ilerndon, 5; Edith A. L. Johnson, 5; Ignatius James Kain, { 4; Mary Catherine Kask, 5; Harry Osborne Kllnck, 5; , Verna Frances. Sears, 3; John Charles Tonka, G; Lylo L. Urquhart, 2; Alma B. Whealon, 5; Marlon Phyllis Marriott, 7. The following students have, received credit op Grade XII Part II standing: � Marguerlto Black, 3 subject!); Sylvester Lorenzo Hatch 4; Charles King, 4; Lily F. Munro, 1; Mary Viola Parke, 4;' Hattio Irene Pophara, I!; Maria Roy, 2; J. Gordon Sinclair, y. IMPORTANT RESULT. London, Aug, 10.-One Important result has already followed the Allied plunge in the Somme region, east of Amiens. The Important Paris-Amiens railway, by way of St. Just, use of which has been blocked by the proximity of the German line, was working again last night. Toronto Conservatory of Music Sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O., , LL.D., President A, S .Vogt, Mus. Doc, Musical Director The"Most Splendidly Equipped School of Music in the Dominion. Unrivalled Facilities for the Thorough, Training of Professional and Non-Professional Students. A WELL-APPOINTED RESIDENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS. Send for Year Book, Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. Conservatory Scirool of Expression Special Calendar F. H. Klrkpatrlck, Ph.D., Principal Public Reading, Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art and Literature. DURING AUGUST Except for limited clnss of work. Duplicate ordern, passport.s, etc. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK PnlntPrs and Docornlnr.'^ are re-quosted to stay away from ("algary as there is a strike (iii. Advcrti.-ienionts for men are niisloudiiiK. for tliore are lots of men available to do llie work ill sigiit. 200-.-. Tractor Repairs Wn specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting nvorsizo pistons and rings. Wo havn. in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractora'. Ford l^ngines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. s. Phone 1732 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. na--�iiiiiiiiimBMSBaggB 1 /---X Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Get frdsh vim for your war work-increaso your efficiency by a visit to cool, green, distinctive VICTORIA and wonderful Vancouver Island-a European tour in miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION ' PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We are prepiinid to furnish Farmers and Uaiuhm'.'i with any amount of Green I'i'od (Frosted Wheat) baled :ui(l loaded on cars for shipineiit south or stacked in fields iu North Country tor feeding mi the ground. Can place large number of stock for winter feeding In Edmonton, Be;ivpr River and Peace River Disiricts on shares and by tfte season. We can sfll your cattle and sheep for yuu ou the best terms available. For Pricp.s and Terms wire, write or i)lione. Do it now, as the season is short and time flies. Mercantile Traders' Exchange 820 Tegler Block, Edmonton Alberta Phone 5422 201-13 A NECESSARY STEP in the right direction is taken when our services as undertakers are retiuisltioned. We offer those to all who desire that the preparation for burial, embalming and interment of tlio departed should bo 'according to the most approved method and in good taste. Our experience as FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of our profession enables us to perform all duties satisfactorily. MacKAY & MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbrldge, Alta. ' KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 189a 710 Fifth Avs. S. -- Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1734 Next Fire Hall [ Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk lor babies may do so daily. The milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to those who can. v.. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, � 1931-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board EIECTRIGAL SUPRMES "and all kinds OP Bl.t9> TRICAL WORK, W.L. McKenzIc & Co. PHONB^ur 7ia 3rd Av*. 8. 1 I THE ROY ' ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Ageuts for tho World Famoua Deico Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 .;. .> 41 .> �'� : : ? > REPLIES aro waiting/to be called for. 10, 14, IC, 18, 25, 2G, 29, 34. 35, 42, Bl, 5G, 58, 02, 72, 83, 84, 80. SITUATIONS WANTED (When Replylnc Mfintlon Tho Her�li�'> WANTED-An all round butcher wishes position. Apply Box 50 Herald. 201-3 TENDERS , Lethb.'idgo, Alta:, Aug. R, 1918, Sealed Tenders addressed to D. Duff, City Clerk, and endorsed, "Tenders tor Street Railway Uniforms" win be received up to noon on Saturday, Aug. 31st, for nino (9) Uniform Suits for tho Street Railway Motor-men. Spoclficntions mailed on application. Tho lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted. Suits must be made in Lethbridge, M. FREEMAN, Ad P, Commissioner Public Utllltlos. WANTED-Married man wishes work lawn mowing and carpet beating, etc. Apply 1009 7th Ave. South, or phone 1074.______. 199-9 WANTED - Tfioroughry expoffdncod married farm hand wishes position, separate house preferred, on or after August 8th, Would like to manage or rent a place in the fall. Write Box 5, Nobloford._______200-0 WANT15D-Ail round offlco "man, married, 30, wants position Sept. Ist. Bookkeeper, typewriter; salesman. Oarage preferred. Capable taking complule (ihargo, front ond, stock room, etc. Heteroncos, Apply Box 13, Herald. 203-0 TENDERS Tenders will bo received at the office of S. H. Nelson, Barrister, Cards-ton, up tin 12 o'clock (noon) on Monday, August 12th, tor tho erection of uu addition to the Woolford School house, ^ Tenders must he accompanied by a cortllled chetiuo for 10 per cent, of tho contract prlco la favor of tho Butto Lake School District and drawn on a chartered bank. v Lowest bid not necessarily accepted. ' Plans and spoclflcallons may bo seen at tho ofllco of S. H. Nelson, f^urdston, or at tho roslUonco of A..^ W. Pitcher, Woolford, Ad C 1 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited ftffloe-C. P. R. Freight thtd* PHCNE* Offle* ........... �tablaa .......... 10S4 Phone 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 6, , Dominion Building ^ 612 Fourth Avenue S. THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately' to MR, J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service, PHONE 1603 Freel !i Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace: Work Phone 1713 830 6th St. 8, Lethbrldge. Alberta AuGtloneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: I-Ittving recently returned from the front I have had my auctioneer's license renewed and will again take up that business in Southern Albortu, 'Where I am well-known throughout the country. . I hereby solicit your sales. Results are my beat advertisement. Phone 1692 Yours very truly, CAPT. GEO. P. PORTER Lethbrldge. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL. CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tha Dowsiey Land Agency, Lethbrldge.\Phone 1809 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th St. S. � Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS ^ , A Rooming House and contents in good locality. Doine a good business. Will sell for reasonable price. APPLY TO J08.'FERDINA, 7th St. S. opposite Qalt Gardens or F. A. ROGERS, ,546 13th Street North Phone 1165 202-6 Sweet Cream, 42o per lb. butter fat for No. 2 Sweet Cream. 40c per lb. butter fat for No. 1 Soup Cream. 38o per lb. butter fat for No. 2 Sour Cream. Wo would advise farmers who havo cows, that they can milk to got busy, as every little bit helps when tho grain crops fail. W 0 pay all charges and pivy *'�or each shipment. Crystal Dairy Limited L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ We meet all trains Day and Night. Sea us at Depot, or Phone UBS -^FORGET WAR^fETERAN WHEN YOti HAVE A !OqBji-q OFFER 1/ Please nDhfx< Sec'y Veterans' Clufai Phone 372 D$/C ;