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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IfOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HFiRALD JO, 1920 She Deralb Xstbbrlbge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETH'BRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED S2S 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN N Prejldent and Managing Director John Torrance Manauf, GRADE XI AND XII EXAMINATIONS (Continued from Front Page) Audit Bureau cf Subscription Rates! per week Daily, by mail, per year........ Daily, by mall, for 6 months Daily, by mail, 3 months y, by mail, per year..... sidy, .by 'mail, per year to O.S i .25 8.QO 4.23 2.50 1.50 2.04 The following; students were suc- Icesstul in passing the recent Grade X! Departmental Examination. Those who have selected one lang- uage as an examination .subject, are entitled to lull uiatriculallou to the Faculty of -Arts '.ho University of Alberta, -with stand- ins 'compulsory examination sub- jects ot Grade XI, aid'the 'optional subjects indicated. Altken, Aleiander; Allen, Annie Dorothy, French, Physics; Allred Slna; Hazel Merle; And- rews. Gerald S., Physics, Latin. French: Archer, 'William Jackson. Physics. Latin, French; Armstrong, V. Faye, Franc-h; Arnold, Robert Black, Latin; Atkinson, Myrtle, Alex- andra; Arthur. Valentine, Physics, Latin authors, French; Baptie, Ruby Ethel. Frank; Physics, Latin; Barclay, Baron, Madeline J., French; BACKBONE OF BOLSHEVISM. ;Cossacks of the type of give us some Idea ot the character of the forces running wild Without respect for law .gr.prder, or Iruman life, these felloys rirei DO'tetter than Wild animals. .the advocates'of Bolshevism this country do not-want to create "a condition that would give Russians character freedom to run wild In It is I just such creatures as .these, that are the backbone of the Bolshevist fighting forces. Their evil influence is spreading, surely the' Bolshevist want to crime on tbe Cossack 'scale 'in Canada, just as sure as the ideas over came to prevail country, these uneducated, un- civilized creatures, of whom there are JaFToV manY throughout the Domin- introduce a reign of terror- 'BAD MEN HAVE PLENTY OF FIREARMS. 'There seems to be a plentifude ot lifearnis in the country and too many them are In .the possession ot Reports of tie tragedy at Sellerue 'prbTS that the bandits were far too pfeniifuily supplied. While there ;is a law permitting firearms to be sold to only those who obtain permits from the' proper authorities it is quite avi- dent .that the law is not helng recps- nized'br enforced, or tho'typa of tho- would never e been T able to 'possess them. The country1 seems to be Infested with a lot ot toad characters and Boraeljody' should be authorized 'to round them up and get rid of tholi1 firearms. If not, more tragedies are liable to occur. Strict enforcement of the firearms regulation must (he adopted, and ez- :amples made of those who fail rto ob- serve tie law. Basslor. lioslna; Belswanger, Ches- ter C, Physics, Latin; Benny, Helec, Phvsics, Latin, French; Bloor, William .Gordon Keen, Physics, Latin, French; Bradley, William Rus- sell, Physics, Latin French; Brlggs, Ada May; Brown, Elsie L. Physics, I-atlii, French; Brydeu, Donald les. Physics, Latin, French; Buckley, Beatrice .0.; Buk, Nick; Burke, W. Ernest, Physics, Latin, French: Cassels, William 'Henderson, Phys- ics, Latin, French; Cawlhorne, Winni- fred -Beatrice; Chapman, Lillian VIo- let, Latin, French; Chamberlain, Har- old B.- Charlesworth, Doris; Chls- holm, William L.; Cholin, Gertrude; ChirEtensen, Werner, Physics, Latin, French; .Claxton. 'Herbert George; Physics, Latin, French; Clemens, Bes- sie Anna; Cobb. Ethel, Physics, Latin, German; Comfort, Agues May; Condie, Rilla Victoria; Physics, Latin, French; Conley, Clarence; Copke, Annie R., Physics. French; Cpoke, Ralph R.; Cooper, Ross Henry, Ph j sic French; Coppock, Ken- neth Ridley; Physics, French; Corn- wall, Lois .Jane; Cousineau, Russell French; Crawford. Hugh' Wilfred, Physics, Latin, French; Crdmarty, William Bramwell, Latin, French; Cross, Edwin, Edmund, Physics, Latin, French; "Dallnus, Huth Freda, Physics, Latin, French-'Darhant, P.h'oda Herbert Cecil; Davenport, Adula; Davldson.'Berta Belle, Physics, Latin, French; Davidson, George William; Day, Edge rton W., Physics, Latin, Savoie, Physics, -French; Dohlmann, Ingaborg, French; Dressier, Marie, German; Draw, Al- fred William, Physics, Latin, French; Ethel Elizabeth; Duggan, Kenneth P., Physics. Latin, Grammar, French; Dugyd, Joseph Stirrit, Phy- sics, French; Duhlop, Ronald William sks; Latin, French; Margrave. Camp- bell T., Physics. Ijitlu. French; Har- ris. Sarah; Hardy. Frank P.; Heath- cote. Lesley Muriel, Physics, Latin. French; Henderson, James 0.; Phy- Latin- French Authors: Hock- stein, HoHingshcad, Mil- dred, 'Physics, French; Horrleks, Em- ily H.; Physics, Latin, French; ilos- fcin, Mary Victoria, Physics, French; HulibeL Laura S.; Hmribke, Erna, Physics, Lallu, French; iivmt, Grace Evelyn. Physics. Latlu, French; Hunt. S'ellie Evelyn, Physics, Latin, French; Hunter, Harry M.; Helnman, Iris Lil- ian. Johnson. Arnivel; Halph H., Physics, French; Johnson, Everett Norman, Physics, Latin, French; Ellis, Physics. Lalin, French Authors: Kelly, Manson; Kelso, George Cam- eron, Physics, Latin, French; Kem- iicrer, Fred .William; Ida Maude, Physics, Latin, French; Kent. -Mary Hill. Physics.. Freuchj Klnchlu, Myrtle Jane, French; Klnman, Wiuhl- fred, Sada French; Kos- culiak, Karl; Kostash, Ellas.." Lafng, Chester; Lansborbugh, Mar- guerite; Larson, Mabel. 'French; -arson, French; Leah, Frank, Physics, Leather; Violet Joustance; Jack Drench; Lucy Jlay; Llghtizer, Llna n.; LouckB, Gerald Douglas, Phy- sics, Latin, Low, Osborne 2ron. McAmmond, JLclghtpp, Physics, Lat- 'urcolte, LpulB Physics, Latin, 'French; Dunlop, Mar- .n, Freiich; McCallum, Josie J.anct; McCallum, Malcoini; 'MacDonald Jas. Dougald 'AJei., Physics, French; McDonald, Lilian, Latin, French; Me Donald, Stuart; 'McHugh, 'Florence M.; Mcllride, Cecil Gray; Gla dys; Lat in, French; McKenzle; Fredericlc: Ed 5ar, Physics, McKib bin. John; James Francis- McLaggan, PTiysics.' Latm French; Physics Latin, French; :MacLaren, V. L; Mac Lonnan, Mary E., Physics, Latin French Authors; Kathleen MarBh, Physics, Latin', rFrench; Quarrie, G. Gertrude M A., Latin, Fjrench; Malone, Margaret Martin, Martha Maso'n Mildred Laura; Matthews, Edith; Mat thews, Eleanor 'Kathefine; .Maurer Mabel irene, Latin, French May, Edwin Vance, Physics, French Meldrum, Velma'; Messenger, Trouti Thomas; Millican, James Francis Physics, Trench; Irene Milne, Lillias M; Latin, French Monlghau. William Joha: jlooney Mary Irene, French Morton, Graham Huntley, Physics French; .-Morton, Muriel.Alberta; Mos- 'covich, -Jacoh, Physics; f-atin, French Leo Edward; Newcomh; Hei bert Lewis; Physics, Marion, Latin, French. Flynn, .Christina M., Latin, French; Forman, Marlon M.; Foulds, Elaine, Physics, Fey, Helen, Elaine; Foy, Jack, Latin, ARE OUR FAIRS HELD'TOO EARLY. "Airagrlcultnral fair should he held at'a season of the year when It !s heat possible to jxhioit the products ot the farm and garden. .Early August Is not a 'heauae we cannot'then eipect to secure the dltplaya of farm 'and garden products It Is true, that later in the month and lu Sep- tember, also, the farmers are too toy with harvesting to attend fall fairs and to 'prepare exhibits WKen, the fair be held'to be, most-fonrenient and opportune for tho.exhfbitnr? October is-nearly al- ways a: fine month. In the -west. The rush vof'; harvesting ia over and the products have been garnered can' readily be prepared. Would it not fce a good plan to attempt an October fair to teat out Us merits ..over.early August? A. fair should be chiefly tor the exhibit of farm pro- dncts, and If these can best be made In the then that Is the time to ley, Wilfreii, Physics, Latin, French, German; Gardiner, Albert J. Morrison, Garrison, Blanche M.; Gerrie, Jack Wilfred; Giffen, Aii- bert Wesley, Physics, Latin, French; Gllhooly, R Winnifred, Physics, Latin, French; Edna, French; Gil- more, Douglas, Physics, Latin; Goff, Elsie tie Lamore, Physics, Latin, French Golley, Jean, French; Goss, Augusta Mae; Graham, Jessie Verena, French; Graham, Vivian A.J., French; Grant, Mary Arlene; Green, Arthur; Greene; Eileen Christine, French; Greer, Esther Sarah; Grindley, Frank Llewellyn, Physics; Guay, Andrew, J. L., Physics, Latin', French Harback, Frank Physics; Latin, French; Hargrave; James 'H.; Phy- sell, Helen Beatrice, Physics. Latin.. French. Authors; Russell, Joseph N.; Hye, James Claicuce. Sage, Luella Blanche; Oeorge, lAtln, French; Shanks, Bes- e, Physics. Liitln; Sheremeta, Joseph onrad, Physics. Latin, French; hillinston, Evelyn. Jfreuch; ebrasse. William Codlip; Simpson, dith Simpson. Anne Erskiue; Inclalr, Marlon. Physics, Frenca; Mallhew; Smith, Bessie, hysicsr French; Smith, Dorcas ay; Snilti, Gertrude Allison, Latin, "renci; Smith. Margaret Scott; mith, R-: Smith, Ralph Fran- s; Emith, Yelma Annio Jeanette, French; Smolensky, David saacf Snell. Violet May; Southwick. Mirills, Physics, French; Spring- r, Gvfthold Joseph, German; Stoufter, Jennie Swauson, oiert 'Alexander. Talbot, Wlnnifred Viiwent, PhyaSca, Latin, Taylor, Gwendolyn, ertrudeC Latin, Freocb Auth- rs; TeUter, Rebecca, French; Thom- s. Thorn is, CUra Msrjorie; homsoaf Wellesley Scott; Thrasher, Mildred Twin, Annie Margaret: Composition, Algebra XI; Harding, Hugh Bourne, Geoiuetry XI; Hardy. Eya Dorothy. Arithmetic. Algebra XI; Halton, K. Gerald. Algebra, Arithmetic XI; Hawkes, JWinnifred, Physics f.1; lliiyes, ijuia liistory aud Physics. Uin; Trotter, Hector. Phy- Tuck, Shemua, Phyitcm, tin, Turner, William Orris, hyslCBj Latin; Alberta. Margaret; Ur- Physics, French; Van lumbeeck; Selina, Physics, Latin. Vaugeols, Maria, French. Walte, Howard Archibald, Physics, atin, French Authors; Waldron, Ruth Physics, Latiu, French; Walton, Robert Edgar, Physics, French; Want, Toyce Ma'belle, Phvsics, Latin, Edward; Watson, Queenie'-'Aurelia, Physics, Latin, Drench; Walt, Auna Estelle, Physics, French; Webb, Walter Kennedy, Physics, Latin; Weeks, Clitford Rob- ert. French; WhiUhorn. Jennie; Vlght Llewellyn; Wilkinson. Fern Lenore; Wilkinson. John Stephens, 'hyslcs, Latin, French; Williams, Carspn P'hysics, Latin; Williams, IVyinan, Gertrude, Physics, French.' Clayton Marsh, Physics, jYehch; -YouDg, Lorna, Ph'ysics, Latin, French; Young, Myrtle -Hannah; Youh'ge, Aguete Ruder; Yuhen 'And- 2W. Conditioned The following students must satls- ty th'e and University Matriculation 'Examinations Board in the subjects indicated, before being granted full Grade XI standing. Students- essditisne'd in Matncula- tlori" subjects' will have the 'privilege writmg'dn, the subjects .in which they a're "conditioned during' the' Uni- versity 'Matriculation Examination to lie held st'lSinJonton and Calgary, be- ginning .September 13th or on the De- partmental. Examinations, J921. Stud- wish to write "in September "'application atonce. Phyaks XI, iud Botauy and Zoology Sarah Leah, History, Phy- sics XI; Hayu'es, "Christine S., Gcciu- etry; Henderson, Henrietta M., Arith- metic, Physics XI; Heppler. Arwln. Literature, Algebra XI; Hill, Lora Cordelia, Arithmetic XI; Hillaby, Annie Rela. Geomelry Hlue, Mabel- .Elizabeth, Arithmetic XI; HOOD1, Helen D., History XI; Hobis, Clarice Ruth. Composition, Ilistory XI; Hughes, Alice. History XI; Hut- Ion, Clifton Willis, Literature, Compo- sition.. Irish, Laura Luella, British History IX. Jackson, Vella V., Geometry, Arith- metic XI; Johnson', Gwendolyn. Alge- bra, Geometry; Johnson, Margaret Jane, Agriculture; John- ston, MIna M., Composition; Julian, Glehn. British History IX. i Kellam, Composition, Agrlcul- William Thomas, Liter- ature; Klnaev, Jack Nelson, Arithme- tic XI; Klrkpatrick, Emily C., Arith metlc XL Katherine Florence, Geom- etry; IJtlle, Mary E., Arithmetic XI; Loup, Ernest John, Algebra, Physics XI. McClellan, Norma Jean, History XI; McDonald, Florence Adeie, literature. Physics XI; McDonald. Helen Kath- leen, Literature, History XI; MacDon- ald, Martha Mary, History, Physics XI; MacDougall, Olive Jean, Compo- sition, Geometry; Mclntyre, Douglas, Composition, Literature; Mclvor, Mar- jorie, Arithmetic, Lfttin Authors; Mac- Laren; William History XI, Biology X; McLeay, Mai- Ine, Arithmetic XI; McMullen, Helen Aletha, XI; Mac- Pherson, Maude Lonola, Composition XI; McRae, William Calvin, Subjects of IX and X not represented in XI; McVay, Verona. Botany, Zoology X; Maberley, Dorothea, Arithmetic and Physics XI, Art. Stephen Roger, Geomelry; M'ayhew, Emily Josephine, Geometry; Melick, Hazel Arithmetic, Geometry XI; Ma- lett, Percy McDonald, Literature: .Moqdie, Jessie Elizabeth, Arithmetic, Physics, "XI; Morris; Allan Arthur, 'Arithmetll XI; Morrison, Margaret Arithmetic XI; Munn, Eric George, Arithmetic, Physics XI; Murray, Mar- tin'Edward, Composition. Arithmetic XI; 'Muiray, Rose, Arithmetic- XI. Uernphlll, James Robertson; Helller, Nettie Florence; llopkius. May; Huff, Edith Belle. Inkster. Carrie D. Jenvrin, Aune Marie? Jenvrin, Gab- rlella; :Vlolet. Sidney; Kinchin, Francis 0.; Kiug, Sanua; Kuapp, Juamta; Kuoll, Louise. Lecouffe, Blanche; Lessard. Alber- tiae M.; Levesque, Marie M.; Long, Marie G.; McLean, Margaret E.; McNichol, FJorence M.; Kva A. McCaKery, MoWilllams, Homer Gore; Blanche; Mallory, Ruth Machnu, Eleanor; Michael. Robert K.; Murphy, Irene Mary; Muttart, Pearl Aisthorle. Niven, Viva G. I'astcmact, David; Paterson. Louise Uoose; Kicnara Hosie Clarice. Raymer, Freder- ick John; Reid, Lily; Ryan, Doreeii. Saucier, Jack Bea- trice Elizabeth; Schmaltz, Louise Emma; Scott, Juliet Jetfreys; .Shank- mau, Harry; Olive Jeanle; Sherriffs. Ina; Skeue, Jean L; Smith, Edith Irene; Smitoson, Kathleen Jen- ny; Standal, Robert Martin; Stephen- sou, Marion'McLean; .Stewart, Neil; Stolee, Agues Christine; Stolee, Con- staucc. Tupper, Lorcue Turbayne, Ken- neth Hoy. .Underwood, Clifford. Yilly, Barbara Lio'yd. Ward.'Dorothy A.; .Waines, Francis Douglas; Walt, Reginald George; Whiteside, Anna Christine: Wilder, Helen Margaret; Williams, J. Milton; Willis, Ernest MacPherson; Wiute- mute, Marjoirie; Wjiie, Ethel Viola. Students Conditioned The following students must satis- fy the High School and University Matrlcuiatio'n Examinations Board''In the subjects Indicated before being granted full Grade XII standing: Auberhart, Khona Louise, Trlgo nometry, History XII; Aiken, A'earle, Trigonometry; Allen, Beth McFnrlaue, Geometry aud Trigonometry XII; An- sley, Eric Clayton, Composition; At- kinson, Grace, Composition. Bcals, Jean Aletha, Physics and Ge- ometry XII; Bishop, Winuitred Mar- garet, Hislory nnd Chemistry. Campbell, James A. (Calgary) English Larigu'age; Cannel, William Clifford, Art; Cannon, Fred, Compos! lion; Carswell.-HeieirMay; physics ffelson, Christine Hlstorj- XI. Geometry, French; Norman, Mary Agnes; Nort] field, Ev'elyn 'Latin French.--i r' Ott, Verina Bertha. Parrott, Aurdey Roberta, .Physic French: Pearson, Physics, French; 'Perley, Floresc Edna; Peterson, Beiila; Peterso Erna Bell; Physics, Annette, French; Pooghkay, Mck; Porter, Hel- en Pugsley, Prcvey, Elizabeth Esther, Physics, Earle Marshall; Prince, Noah Howe; Pur- dey, :Edythe Elizabeth; Physics, Latin, Fren ch; Raeburn, Helen M., Physics, French; Raeburn, Marjorie L, Physics, French; Ramsay, Douald McRae; Haver, Anna- belle, Physics, Latin, French; Reed, George Ernest; Reed, Jean McBura- oy; Heist, Clarihel; Rtley, Daniel William, Physics, French; Robertson, Hugh Thomas, Physics, Latin; Roop, Margaret; Rosendale, Annie Margar- et, French; Mary Ellen, Phy- sics, French; Rush, Raymond D.; Rus- (Continued From Front Page.) IDENTICAL CASES; DIFFERENT The Edmonton Bulletin, in contln; ..uance of opposition to provincial assistance to Irrigation, uses an argu- ment "that the province does not own the water to he used in Irrigation. It does not own the land to be Irri- tated." Does the'Bulletin recollect that tha province did not own the lands, tlm- her, water, minerals and other re- sources 'served by the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway, and tho .Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway, when the bonds of those lines-were guaranteed? Since the Dominion owned all these possessions, why didn't the Bulletin .advocate that the Dominion guarantee the "bonds ot these railroads, and not tho province? Certain statements mado by a Von- courer judge in a fire inquiry Adi- cats that the duties of a fire chief Include more than fighting tires. An important function of tliat official is prevent firoa by close Investigation .of. places where fires are likely to occur. How do tho Lethtaldgo'flre- lien''employ their, spare time? BOW ISLAND' (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Aug. The past week has been hot aud dry and the Srain has ripened very rapidly, and the hum. of the binder and headers can be heard on all sides. Farmers are very busy with cutting and we are looking forward to the time when threshing will lell the yield. Some will te surprised at the yields. A good rain would be welcome. MACLEOD (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Aug. The week end- ng August 7lh was a perfect week for haying and harvest. Farmers have been' hauling binder twine, and cutting In several parts of the dis- trict- will begin the coming week. WARNER (From Our Own Correspondent) WARNEH, Aug. On August' 2, al 6.30 p.m., a severe hail storm hit a narrow section south and then cast of this placo. Several thousands- of dollars damago was [lone 16 some fine fields of grain. In a few cases there was a total loss and In some cases there was no Insurance. Grain is ripening rapidly and this week wlli see the beginning of the wheat har- vest. CARMANGAY (From Our Own Correspondent) CARMANOAY, Aug. 7.- The crops are In (Inn condition. The rye is all cut anil the yield is good. Wheat will be ready to harvest In about ten days, while out In the Enchant and Travers districts they will start to cut this week. Mr. Geo. Wilson. Bob Cook, Leonard McGinnis and Edward Broth- ers and several others southwest of town have (be best crops in tho Car- maitBay tllMrict anil some of the wticat looks as if It will go close to 50 bushels por acre. TABER (From Our Own Correspondent) TABKH, 'Aug. Wheat harvest has begun ia this district, and bind-) agencies, era are'going out every., Will be in full swing this week. Oat cutting going on in a couple of placos, and rye threshing la becoming general Rye yielding fairly well. .No definite return In as yet. Where corn is be- ing grown standing'good height, and vegetable growth looking very good. One drawback to wheat that on account of the recent hot .week, the tip of stalks is not filling and may altect yield a little.. .Dry, dusty wea- ther, with no very sultry May bo shortage of labor-ie're before long. Light showers'at beginning of crop week, followed by extremely sultry weather. ORION CFrom Our Ovrn ORION, Aug. grain has made great headway the last few days and a number have begun culling, whlcji will be general nex week. The'greater part of the wheat crop will te of.good quality, and only the threshing' machine 'will prove'the yield per acre. There are, however thoae who expect to get from 20 to 25 bushels of wheat per acre while others will only get about'half thai yield There will be more feed In this par than last Those hailed crops will make good feed, and. they ore being harvested The rainfal Since last report Is .05 of an Inch. COWLEY (From Onr Own Correspondent) COWLEY, Aug. hea and no rain for the past week. Grain beginning to turn fael, rain greatly needed for proper filling out of heads Many farmers report (he finest stani1 of whc.it they have ever had and the hope now Is that It does not ripen too fast VULCAN (From Our Own VULCAN, Aug. B.-Wheat culling will slart about the 10th or 11th, am will he general by tho ICth. Grain ripening fast, aurl'rye cutting well ad vancod. Conditions'very favorable ami yield will be good. Wheat shouli run 25 bushels per aero, oals CO Weather very hot ami groum getting rlry, but grain too far advanc oil to atfsct yield. No damage from frost ae destructlv en should T 'Alderson, Mary, CompositlohV Phy- sics, :XI; ''Anderson, Jessie .Gertrude, Composition, John Francis, Algebra, Arithmetic, .XI; Baptje, 'Edward Rey- Geometry, Barnet, Halph ArHhmetlc; Beau- bier, Richard, Composition; Benestpn.' Sophia; Arithmetic, Benson, 'Annetta, Arithmetic, XI; ietts, Bertha Arithmetic, Physics, Bickell, T.horburn Alexander, Gve- metry, Latin Grammar; Bird, Oliver, J Ari thnietic. Ge.ometry, XI Bis sett, Charles .Gieometry; Blunt, _Selson, Geometry; "Bocock, Ce- il, Edna Pearl, literature; Godfrey Hugh, Branrley-Moore Laura, literature, Brazier, Jrace Irene, Geometry" XI, Grammar C; -Bright, Aubrey-' Harry, 'Geometry; Jritton, Brown, XI; Irunson, Joseph-''. Blake, Aritlimetlc "XI; Bryant, Harry, Geometry; Buck- ey, Nellie, Arithmetic XI; Bilker, iarry C., Composition; ;Burgess, Anna Margaret, Geometry XI; 3urgess, Harvey Richard, Literature; 3urrows, Edna M. Geometry; Buss, jenevieve M., ''CompbsitlOEi, Agricul- ture; Butler, Ace; John Alya; Arith- metic XI; Butts', L'., Composi- tion, Arithmetic. -OlGl-szy, Mike, History, XI; Oliver, Martha Grace, Geometry; Ooley, Ev- erett Ost'.und, Mary B, Algebra. Percy Composition, Geom- Parence, LJHau Beryl, Arlthme- Parke, Alpha Victoria, Compo- sition, Physics XI; Parlser, Sarah W., Elistory, Arithmetic XI; Potter, Wil- iam, Composition; Powell, Kenneth Bray, Composition, Algebra; Prescott, Donald'Allison, Literature. Radford, Elizabeth Evelyn, Geom- etry, Arithmetic XI; Rechnaglc, Wal- ter Alvin, Algebra, Geometry; Rob- Geomelry; Robinson, Sadio Kathefine; Arithmetic XI; Rose, Clare Frances, Arithmetic XI; Rovers, John, Literature, Algebra. Sailer. Abraham Elliott, History XI; Sanquist; Dagniar. Algebra, Geometry; Schmalz, Elsie B., XII, Chemistry XI; Marjorie May, Trigonoii etry, Physics XII. Arithmetic XI; Duiinet, Marioii Steven, Trlgonomelr} and Physics XII; Dunsworth, Zera May, Algebra, Composition XII. Edwards, Una Marjorie, Chemistr) Physics XII; Es dale, Marlon A., Trigonometry and Physics XII. Olive -Mildred, Physics XII Fowler, Edilh Geometry XII; Free Rutii Evangeline, Algebra'. XII. Gallay, Jennie Ines, Compositioi XII, Chejiiistry XII; Glover, Robfr Melvin, -j-rigouomelry, Geometry XII MahiCy, Marjorie Belle, Lit. (P. P.) (Si fc -ilistory; Mitcy, N'orris Franklin. Ut. IP, 4 5. .Si Corap., Eng: Lang., Hist.; Mitch- elir (S. 6 PM.J, Comp., Eug. Lang., Hist.. Pattulo.'Clara'B.j Lit. (P t (S. t Comp., Trig., Algebra; Pattulo, James A., Lit. (P. (S. Comp., Algebra; Poole, John Stewart. Hlsl, Phyalcs. Marlon 'Aileen, (P Comp.. Eng. Lang.', "French; Roach. Ethel Louise, Trig.; Geomalry, French. Schill, Cmharino A., Lit. i Hist.. Algebra; Btcsr, ettle, Hist, French. Talkingtou, Ethel JuauKa, (P. fc (S. t Lit., Eng. Lang., Trig.; nysics; Trlrnbsll, Brownleo. Lit. (P. (S. Comp, Eug. Lang., Istory, Physics. Wada, J. Lome, Lit (P. MJ, Comp., Eng. Lang., Hist. .Given Standing The following have received credit n Grade XII. Part 2 standing: Connolly, Joseph Alexander, Grade [1 complete. Gaines, Eva May, Chemistry, Geom ry. Inglls, Violet, Physics, Geometry, itln.. Lang, Louljie Isabelle, Lang, uage; Lawnqce, Ktthleeu Evelyn, rade XII complete. Mary S.. (Falgrave and Trig, Frenth Authors; furray, Uahelle, Physics, 'Geometry, rench. Nurcomfee, Violet Comp., ng. Lang., Algebra, Geometry. Russell, Alta Joycelyn.'-Aigebra, Ge- metry. Swllzer, Elsie M., History, Geom- try, French. Terry, Olive Margaret, Grade XII omplete. Whealan, Alma, English Language, listory, In accordance the statement ade In the press by tlie Minister of Education a few days', ago, 'students esiring to enter- Normal 'School tiould make immediate application to 10 Department ot Education even al- bough Ihcjr name's do not appear moug the successful 'cnndirlates, pedal tlasses in acadeinlo subjects he the'Normal School aroughout the year'and examinations conditioned- subjects will be given n addition to tho professional atlons. The Normal Schools, open or the session August 24lh. Clarence Leith, Arithmetic XI; Sheets, F. Marie, Algebra XI; Shenfield, Nora'Lillian, Physics XI; Marjorie, Geometry'; Shav- chook, Peter Literature, Composition; Shields; Evelyn-Grace, Arithmetic, Physics XI; Sinclair, Alex- ander Thompson, .Composition; Sis- sons, Donovan, liisiory XI; Smith.'Beatrice Nora, Arithmetic XI; Smith Maria Henrietta, Geom- etry; Smith, Nlta, Arithmetic, Geom- etry XI; Smith, Thomas Stewart Shaw, History, Geometry; Sprpule, Donald, Literature, Composition'.XI, Grammar, Canadian History aiid Civ- ics X; Geometry; Stewart, George Henry, Composition, Algebra; Stocun, Marcla Katheryn, Physics, Arithme- tic XI; Stone, Radio Imogen, British Storms, Mary Jane, iirith- metic XI; Sweet, Marian, Chemistry, and either Physics or a language. "Tabor, Anna Maude, History XI; Tarbuck, Olive, Geometry; Tcliier, Gertrude Lea, Geometry, Arithmetic XI; Thomas, Composition; Goldberg, -Harold, Literature (Pa! grave Composition; Gour lay, Isabella, Physics XII. 'Harper, Mary, Physics 'XII; Hum phrey, Mabel V., Trigonometry, Chern istry XII. Lane, Lilian Inez, Algebra, Histor XII; Ona, Literature (Shake speare Trigonometry Leopard, 'C. Eugene, Trigonometry Chemistry XII; -Loushmann; Anna Phj-slcs, Geometry. Xll. McEachrcn, Charlotte, Geometr XII; JicEachren, Melville Duncai Physics, Geometry :-XII; McFayden Physics; McKenzie, Alex ander, Geometry, Trigonometry XII McLean, Lena History -XI! MacRitchie, Norman Edward, History Chemistry Xil, Canadian 'History1' an Civics X; JlacWIlIIams, Gordon Dm can, Literature (Shakespeare an Merithevv-, Marion France Literature (Shakespeare and Milton) Mewliirmey, Erma' -.Josephine, Chen istry aud Latin "Authors' XII; Mori- son, Hazel Belle, Literature (Sh speare and Physics Xil. Gaboon, I.e Maughii de, Composi- 1 Thomson, Cecil Ralph, Composition' _ Algebra; TrautmSh, "Margaret, Arith- metic' XI; Trimbell, Helen Maud Chemistry. Mrytle, Arithmetic, Physic: Verchomin, John, Composition. Marjorie, Arithmetic, Geom- etry XI; Walsh, Thomas James, Liter- ature, Agriculture; Ward, Bernice Carleton, Grace Edna, Composi- tion; Castor, Jesslfe Irene, Arithmetic, Agriculture; Chapman, Lotus Muriel, History and Physlce XI, Geography X; Cheeseman, .Sadie, Composition, Arithmetic XL; Cplwell, Lloyd G or-, don, Algebra; Coppock, Ralph C., Com- position; Cook, 'Janet McLaren, Arith- metic-XI; Copp, 'Isobel, Algebra, French Grammar; .Coupland, Margaret C., Geomelry; Coutre, N. Isabelle, His- tory XI, British History IX, Geography Botany and Zoology X; Grepeau, M. Paulino, Botany and Zoology, Geog- raphy X; Curtis, Margaret A., Phy- sics X. t. David, XI; Dav ies, Percy G., Literature; De Mille, Bettie Arithmetic XI; Wckson, Jean Arithmetic, ChtmlBtry; DIttlrch, Gertrude, Arithmetic XI; Dobbin, Margaret Lonfae, Chemitlry, Arithmetic XI; Danlny Ahne' B., Ge- ometry, Arithmetic XI; Driicoll, Allen C., Arithmetic XI. Eaglesham, Margaret, Composition XI, and subjects of X not represented in XI; Mae, History XI; Edwards, Fern Noreeo, Composi- tion, Geometry; Elkins, Corinnc liar guerlte, Hislory, Arithmetic- XI; El-j more, Grace Helena; Arithmetic XI; I Evans, Charlotte Geometry, Arith- mellc XI. farmer, Amy Doris, Chemistry, 1'hysics XI; Findlay, Mary I, Shajv, Algebra; Annie, Composition and Arithmetic XI; Foreman, Norah Myrtle, Algebra; Forester, Eleanor Lacette, Arithmetic XI; Frfckletou, Elha Mae. History XI; Frlcklelon, Nelson, Composition; Furman- skl, Composition. Gnlbralth, Kvan N., Aritlimelic XI; Galbralth, Iliilh B., Geometry; dale, Lillian Violet, Geometry; OlhCAu, Frances Mae, Composition and Arith- metic .XI; Olllesple, Alice History XI; Goldberg, William David, Compo- sition Geometry; Gowda, Mildred A., Aritlirnctlci.XI; Gray, Roy, Can- adian History and Civics X. Hammer, Kmraa Lucy, .Geometry XI; Ilamoii, Mildred A, British Ills- wry IX; Halnirn, Vera Way Isaielle, XI. UP IN PASSING F 0 H T H B B U S' Y M A N Esteile, Geometry; Evelyn ucviiiciijr, ijveiyn Wihnffred, History, Arithmetic. XI; Washbum, Gladys, Literature Com- position; Watkfn, Nellie May, Geom- etry, Chemistry; Walt, M. Isabella Algebra, Geometry; Whiteside, Edna Louise, Arithmetic XI; Wlckens, Charlton Glbbs, subjects of IX and X not represented In XI; Wilson, Janet Baptle, Physics XI; Woods, Roy L History and Physics XL Yarwood, Ralph Elliott, Geomelry and Ph'ystcs XI; Young, Dorothy E, Geometry, French Grammar; Yolfng, Elsie Park, Arithnietic XI; Young, Mary Scott, Arithmetic, Algebra XI GRADE Xll. The following students were suc- cessful In passing the recent Grade XII. Departmental Examination: Anderson, Itaby; Arstead, Leonard 0.; Austin, Myra KatlieHne. Barclay, Catherine; Barclay, Mar? >i.; Blair, Pauline Virginia; Boyes Jlerlo fhelm'a; Urasseth, Lila viola, Capsey, Mary E.; Cansels, John M.; Cawlezel, I-oulsfl, Crawford, Daniel James; Crooks, Nelllo Ferne; Cundall, Kenneth Stewart. Davis, Edith Mary; Depew, Prances Maliio; Dilworth, Edwin l.es-lle; Dun- daSj Lavina. Ekstriitrl, Gladys Juno; Ellenwood, Robert. Fisher, Annie Helen B.; Fulslior, Huby Jean) Oal'brallh, Allan Stewart; Oaddes, Hel- en B.; Oilmar, Margarctla. Gimby, Marlon M.; Gordon, Albert; Gowan, Edward Hunter; Orayson, Uura Jessie; (Justus, McredilhWIlkins. Habcfrman, Isidore; Haig, Arthur Allcheson; Hnlpln, Grant J.; Hamil- ton, Evelyn Jedn; Ilanley, Stella A.; Harkncaa, Douglas S.; Hnrrop, Allan Cameron; Hanvood, Robert Unwlu; Okc, David Jason Wesley, Geomet XII. Beulah Compos tion and Physics XII; Priestley, Fra cis Ethelbcrt Lo.uis, Geography, Ca adian'History and Civics X. liannie, Jean Isabelle, Trigonoii etry; Reed, Anna Joy, History, Chei Istry XII; need, Laura Mae, Trigonou elry XII; Reynolds, George Franci Composition, French Grammar- Ho ertson, Muriel, Physics. Algebra XI Sloan. Hilda Myrtle, Any two of th following options: Algebra, Geometr Latin, French, .German XII; Smith, Doris Lucille, Trigonometry XII; Smith, Esther Lorraine, Trigonometry XII; Soby, Harold William. Trigonom- etry; Stephens, Clive Wilson, Compo- sition, Physics Stewart, Jean Ida, Trigonometry, Physics XII; Stoleo, Peter, Literature (Palgrave Stothers, Will, Literature (Palgrtve History of English Lang- uage; Strangeway, Ethel Irene, Phy- sLs XII: Studholme, Bertha Grace Trigonometry XIT. Taylor, Elmore M., Alscbra, Chem- istry Xll; British History IX; Thurl.- well, Mary BIrkette, Hislory, Chem- istry Clarence Frank, Judge Parker, of Yorkton, "died sud- denly. D. C. Shcpard; .pioneer railroad tullder of United Slates laud 'Canada. died at St. Paul. Shepherd, Alberta, was named'after him. Hugo A. age twenty-nine years, eldest son Mrs.'Dun- :an Rubcrts'oh. of-5.S22 107th street, Sdmoiilon, was accidentally'drowned at Bittern La.ke, near Camrose ou'Fri- day evening.'] '''J--J_- The decision of Mr. Justice Hynd- man in the supreme court of Alberta. [n tho suit of'lhe province of Alberta against the Canadian' National rail- way will be appealed. The 'attorney- general, after case 'to n higher the province's right to taieV'frpni lite rail- way company will'ne tested O.iit again. William J. constable of the Ifeglna police force, was drpw.ned near fort QuAppele.-Coles was-tho tallest man in the being over 6 feet' C Inches hTch. Ho served throughout the.wawas a member of the 29lh battalion, and was known us tho tallest man-In life British army. On his way to the corner confection- ery''to purchasf'aTT ice cream cone. Hltlo" Nelson' "4i-ycar-ulil son of John Davidson; 1710 Fourteenth avenue west, Calgary, was run anil evening Tat Four- teenth street west, and Fourteenth avenue Ijy driven by N. J. Head. The tariff commission will open its jillings at'Winnipeg' on Wwlnesclny, Seplcmber_15th. will lister Cal- conslst of Sir Hen Dray ton, miu1 of finance, chairman; Hon. A1. J. ler, president of..ttio privy council; Senator Robertsc-n. minister of bbor. Sittings will'tje held at Calgary ami Edmonton. -.auk, Literaturo (Shakespeare and Composition; Tymich, Sophia 'Annie, Literalura (Shakespeare Walker, Annlce J.ean, Trigonometry Xll; Elizabeth MargaVel, Physics, Geometry' XII; Violet, History, Physics WJId, Kdlth, Physics, Trigonometry Xll; Williams, Edwin Stanley, Pliysics and Trigonomelry.-X.il. Given Credit In Subjects The following students qualifying for Grade XII in boon given credit in tho following subjects for Part 1 standing: Raymond, (Palgrave Shakespeare ft Milton) and Composition, French. Devereaujc, Helen Agues. Literature Shakesneare English Lan- guage', History of Uteratnre, rVench Authors; Draper, Jane Edith, History, Trigonometry, Physics, French, Alge- bra. Ilaight, John Lawsou, Composition, Eng. History, Hay Emily, Literature (I' P.) (S M Julian, Regina Opal, Lit., (P. a p (S. Kng. Lang, Ilistory. KIMuff, Dorcas Alma. Lit. (P. ft p.)