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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monclay, AugniyA Are loss of $25,000 was experienced here In the destniotion of'.the Wheelock state baniiand two other building^. The .Wllliston Are department; .B\im-moned to aid the local department, made the trip here 'in automobiles, canning additional flre extinguishers and. had the lire sbbji uhdev control. The explosion of a gaaoUno stove caused the blaze. BRITAIN LOSES 1 'F ERAL London, Aug, 11.-The death k announced of Major-General Sir John George Dartnell, K.C.B., G.M.G,, at his i-esldence, Westbourne Gardens, Folkestone. Sir John entered the army in 1855, and served, all the world over, - ,Ko was severely wounded during the Boer wai\. and was on two occasJons mentioned In despatches. CAPTURED ONE OF, Aug. 11.-General Torres Castro, a relative of Cipriano Oas-tro, was captured on Friday by-the goverliraent troops, according to aa Odlcial cninmuaicaium 1.oi>a.v, The following results of the .Juno ; Lean, I; R. Jliller, C. Mills, G. S. Matriculation, held at the same time 1 as the examinations of the Provincial Department of Education, have boon announced by the University oP Alberta : English Literature - H. Allen, H. Campbell, W. Carmichael, F. C. Dick, ens, M. E. Hagerman, A. M. Hammond, E. Jenson, J. E. Kavanaugh, Wm. McDonald, ,J. R. McLean, 1. R. Miller, L- H. Rosenfeld. C. Sparks, G. R. Street, S. R. Vallance, G. Watson. English Composition-H. Allen, H. Campbell, W. Carmichael, K. C. Dickens, A. .M. Hammond, H. O. Harper, R. Hodgins, E. Jensen, J. E. Kavanaugh, R. C. Lutz, G. W. McCullpugh, J. R. McLean, I. R. Miller, G. S. Montgomery, L. H. rRosenleld, C. Sparks, O. R. Street, S. R. Vallance, G. Watson. History-IT. Allen, W. Carmichael, F. C. Dickens, .1. S. Doze, A. M. Hammond, H.. 0. Harper, R. Hodgins, E. Jensen, J. E. Kavanaugh, R. 0. Lutz, G. W. McGullough, J. R. McLean, I. R. Miller, G. S. Montgomery, L. H. Rosenfeld, C. Sparks, G. R. Street, S. R. Vallance. Algebra-H. Allen W- Carmichael, A. M. Hammond, H. H. Hunt, O. W. McCuUongb, J. R. McLean, I. R. Miller, G. S. Montgomery, L. H. 1 Rosenfeld, C. Sparks, S. R. Vallance. i Geometry-H. Allen, J. S; Doze, A. M. Hammond, R. Hodgins, E. Jensen, J. E. Kavanaugli, R. C. Lutz, G. W. McCuUough, J. R, McLean, G. S. Montgomery, L. H. Rosenfeld, C. Sparks. Animal Life-H. O. Harper, E. Jensen, G., R. Street. Montgomery, L. tl. Ho.',enfeld, C. Sparks, S. U. Vallance. French Urammar-M. Duns worth, A. M. Hammond, J. G. Hill, R. Hodgins, J. lO. Kavanaugh, R. C. Lutz, G. W. McCullough, C, Mills, G. S. Mdntgomery, L. H. Rosenfeld, C. Sparks, S. R. Vallance. French Aiitiiors-F. C. Dickens, M. Dunsworth, J. B. Glover, M. E. Ha-gerraan, .-V. M. Hammond, H. 0. Harper, J. G. Hill, R. Hodgins, J. E. Kavanaugh, H. C, Lutz, O. W. McCullough, J. n. McLean, C. Mills, G. S. Montgomery, L. H. Rosenfeld, E. Sinclair, C. Sparks, S. R. Vallance. German Graniinar-H. Allen, R. K. Colter, J. E. Kavanaugh, U. M. MacKinnon, I. R. Miller, G. R. Street. German .\uthors-H. Allen, J. B. Kavanaugh, C. M. MacKinnon, I. R. Miller, G. H. Street. Senior Matriculation Results The following having passed in the required subjects of Grade XII, in. eluding the necessary languages, are entitled to Senior Matriculation or admission to the second year. Information as to their status^ to such students as wrote on a part only of the examinations, will be fmrnished on application to the Registrar : Isabel J. Hotson, Edna Mclntyre, Frances Stubbs, Helen W. Wright, Wm. B. H. Talbot (except Physical Science). The following having passed in the required subjects of Grade XTI, including the necessary languages, are entitled to Matriculation standing : F. Cannon, Z., Clark, �A. F. Duncan, N. Erdman, L. Fradkinr- B. K. GREATEST HEADACHE CURE IN THE WORLD TortQrss of Chronic Dyspepsii Cind By "Frult-a-ti�8s" SHANi,aY, Ont., Sbpt. 23 rf. 1910 "You certainly have the greatest Headache Cure in the world. Bisfbre "Fruit-a-tives" came before the pnblic, I suffered tortures from Headaches caused by Stomach Disordera. One 01 your travellers called on �� when I had one of my raging Headtchea and had my head almost raw from external applications. He insisted ott my trying "Fruit-a-tives". I did so with what I would call amazing results. They completely cured me and since then (nearly six years ago) it is only necessary for ipeto take one occasionally to preserve ue'ia my present good health.*' WM. PITT. Dealers everywhere have "Frttit-a-tives" at joc a bo.t, 6 for size, 2jc or sent pn receipt of priee by Frult-a-tives l,imited, Ottawa. number of subjects required for Ma--triculation : B. L. Addison, E. N. Bi-shop, C. S. Bissett, H. P. Branson, J. T. Bullock, H. T. Butchart, J. T. Cart-wright, L. M. Colw'ell, L. Crimp, A. A. Dawson, N. Duncan, D. S. Edwards, G. Gabert, F. C. Henderson, N. E. Hope, a; F. Huff, N. Hutchinson, V. L. .lohnston, J. King, C. V. W. Linton, J. G. Mackie, W. H-Muldrow, C. R. McArthur, C. Mc-Diarmid, E. A. McKittrick, R. Mc-Queep, L. E. Nicholson, G. A. Philp, W. a. Redel, A. N. Simons, L. M. Tackaberry, L. a. Tavlor, W. J. Teel, Rita R. Thompson, H. V. Til-lotson, A. C. Varnum. /Chemistry-A. M. Hammond, H. O. { Fraser, A. Gray, S. Hanson, J. Hot- Harper, E. Jensen, R. Manzer, I. R. [Miller, tt. S. Montgomery, L. H. Roseiifeld. Physical Science-H. Allen, P. C. Dickens, R. Hodgins, 0. W. McCullough, J. R. McLean, C, Mills, L. H. Rosenfeld, C. Sparks. Latin Oraramfir-H. Allen,- J. S. Boze, M. Dunsworth, H. H. Hunt, J. E. Kavanaugh, O. W. McCullough, J. R. McLean, I. R. MUler, C. Mills, G. S. Montgomery; L'. H. Rosenfeld, C. Sparl�S,'S. R. Vallance. Latin'Authors-H. Allen, C. Bry-don, F. C. Dickens, J. S. Doze, M. Dunsworth, J. B. Glover, H. O. Harper, H. H. Hope, J. E. Kavanaugh, G. W. McCullough, J. R. Me- son, F. C. Huckell, V. H. Hume, P. Johnston, W. F. Langford, 6. E. Machon, T. H. Morgan, A. C. Morgan, J. W. McAllister, W. J. McKin-nev, L. D. McLatchie, .T. D. McNal-ly, W. C. McN'ichol, G. G. Nicholson, L. N. Nicholson, J. Robinson, N. E. Ruttan, H. Taylor. The following are entitled to Matriculation standing upon passing in one additional subject or a supplemental examination, details regarding which may he had on application to Mr. Cecil E. Race, Registrar of the University. Particulars of their standing may also he obtained from the Registrar's office by those who wrote on a part only of the total LETHBRIDGE MAN WON GOLD MEDAL (Continued From Front Page) WINNIPEG ENWS A CIVIC HOLIDAY Winnipeg, August 11.-It is civic holiday today, local stock and grain markets, public offices and financial liQusqB all being closed down, as well as every store In. the city. Mayor Deacon gave the cUizeAs this exi^ra, holiday on account of the stampede and great crowds ar^ Ukely to take In the big show, every reserved seat having been .sold out Saturday, while the bleachers accommbijate fojrty thous-apd people. ^ ' / . MEIGHEN WON'T MOVE Portage la Prairie, Aug. 9.-A ru mor emanating from Moose Jaw to the. effect that Hon. Arthur Melghen, the new Solicitor General, would take up his' residence in Moose Jaw and practice law there, also ' contesting one of the spats ipi: the provincial house, \ya8 denied here tonight by Mr. Melgh^u, Lean,& Ford, Calgary.;, Kmneth FMnt Corbltt, with J. K. Macdoi'.ald, Edmonton; Charles Yardley Weaverr, with JMtessrs. McDonald & Tlghe, Edmonton; WlllJam A. Wells,-B;a., with D. A^ McKiaoon, Ettmonton; Judd Elliot Buohanan^ B.A, .with M. C. B. Forsyth, Calgary; Georige^ Stirling Matthews, with Messrs. Parlee, Freeman & Abbott, Bdimonton; ^Herbert Oliver Knowlee, with Messrs. Laidlaw, Blanohard & Rand, Medicine Hat; Morley ]B. Bell, with Messrs. Davidson & Wlll^ Medtoiiie Hat; Malcolm Whitney Macdonald, with Messrs. Ijoiugheed, Bennett, McLaiws & Co., Calgary;. Doriald William MacKay, with Messrs. PaJrlee, Freeman & Abbott, Edmonton; Hjaldermar Ostlund, with J. R, Palmer � Lethbridge; Ernest Frederick John! Vernon Pinkham, with Messrs. Lougheed, Bennett, Mo-Laws & Co., Calgary; Benjamin Man. dal -Goldman, with Messrs. Oriesbach, O'Connor & Co/, Edmontoni; James Bernard MoOulre, with Messrs. Mc-Ardle & Davidson, Calsary; Johni FTancip Oostlgan; with Mesars. l>oug-heed, Bennett, MoLaw� & Co.,Calgary. The following students have tailed In one subject and will be required to write a supplemental there on: Joseph Archer, with Messrs. Short, Cross, Blggar, & Co., Edmonton-, Du-gal koCbll Hardie_ Court House, Calgary. . Second Intfirmedlate Hurmphpey.- Burnett Phillips, wJthi Messrs. Shcrt, Cross, Blggar & Co., Edmonton; Robert Bdiward MolAugh Itn, M.A., with Messrs. Bmery, Newell, Ford, Bolton & Mount, BJdmoaton; Lewis Frederick Mnyhood, B,A. with Messrs. Short, ^o�9, 8el-wood & Shaw, Oalgary; Dqnald W. Patterson, with J. N. Ritchie,'LethbHdge; Arthur ^Id-ward Dean, B:A.., witlj'JiessTS. Rarlee, Freeman & A,bbptt ^dmonton; Humphrey Burnett Phillips, with Messrs. Short, Gross, Blg|;Br & Co., Edmonton; John DJxo^ Weihiim, B.A., with Messrs. Taylor, Mpffat & Moyer, Calgary; William Morrow, with EL S. Mc-Quald Edmonton; Percy Herbert Rus-sell, with F. E. Eaton, C^Igi^ry; George Reginald Porte, with Mesisrs- Eiying & Harvey, 'Edmonton; James Wesley Dempsey, with Messrs, Laldlaw, Blnnichard & Rand, Me.dlclne Hat; Alexander .Wilson, B.A., with C. A, Grant Edmontpn; Arthuy Maclaren Mowat, B.A., with Messrs. Short, Cross, Biggar & Co., Edmonton; Roderick Francis Murphy, _,B,A., with-Messrs, Landry & Landry, Edmonton; Howard B. Fopster, with Messrs. Lougheed Bennett, McL�.w8 & Co., Oalgary; 'WiUljim John Shortrecd, B. A., with Messrs. Bishop, Pratt & Co., Edmonton; Don Cai^eron Kent; with Messrs, Bishop, Pratt & Co.^-Edmon-ton; Patrick Harcourt-C'Rellly, B.A., with B. A. Dunbar, Calgary; George K. Fraser, with Messrs. Tweedie & McGilUway, Calgary; '^Morley Periy Paul, B.A., With B: MoQ(, Edmon Ion: Geprga" Young, B.Am with Messrs, Short, Cross,. Biggar � Co.^ Edafi% J** ATERS ARE GREEIED By The following students tailed in one subject, and will have to write a supplemental thereon, viz.; John- Blue, B.A., with Messrs. Parlee, Freeman & Abbott, Edmonton; Charles Edward Gariepy, with Massrs. Gariepy, Glroux & Dunlop, Edmonton. First Intermediate George Hobson Steer, M.A., with C. L. Freeman, Edmonton; Isaac Foster Fitch, B.A., with Messrs.' Clarke, McCarthy, Caraon & McLeod, tJal-gary; Charles Joseph Smyth, B-A., with Messrs. McDonald & Tighe, Edmonton; James Royden McCUire, B. A., with Messrs. Short, Ross, Selwood & Shaw, Calgary; Percy Alexander Carson-, B.A., with Messrs. Clarke, McCarthy, Carson & Maolepd, Calgary; Roy Manning Edrnsnaon, B.A., with Messrs. Clarke, McCarthy, Carson ^ Macleod, Calgairy;^ Archibald Rose Cameron B.A., With Messrs. Bmery, Newell. Ford, Bolton & Mount, Edmonton.; Christopher George Cor-neille,^M.A., with Messrs. Burgess & McKay, Camrose; Athelstan Bisset, B.A., with Me8BrB4 Downe's & Marks, Edmpnton; George Wood 'B-A., with Messrs. Watt & Watt, WetsiBkiwln; William Roberts Uster, with Mesars. Emery, Newell, Ford, Boltph & Mount, Edmonton; Eric Lafferty Harvey, with Messrs. Short, Rosa, Selwood & Shaw, Calgary; WlDlam Robinson Howson-) with Messrs. McKay, Hanley & Boyd, Edmoflton; Grier Rider Davis, with W. S. Gray, Macleod; Cyril Montgomery Grant Govau, B.A, with Messrfi. Bernard Bernard & Goodall, Gsilgavy; Harold " ThpmlBiS liOgan, B.A., 'with Messrs. McDonald & Tlghe, BdmLon-ton; Percy Douglas Sinclair Broad, with Messrs. Lougheed, Bennett, Mo La^s & Co., Calgary; Cyril Augustin-Coughlln, with Messrs. Clg-rke, McCarthy Carson & Macleod, Ca,lgary^ Herbert Fenwick Stpw, with MiBSflrs. L/athwell & Waters, Caigwy; John Frederick. Kirkhrlde, with - Messrs. Lougheed, Bennett, MPLaws & Co.* Calgaa'y; George Augu8tuiaMa.ttbey, B. A., with Messrs. Clarke,. MoCarthy, Caraon & Macleod, Cftlga,ry; .Het^ry George Menzies, with Me^rs.-McKay, Hanley & Boyd,-Bdmonton; (3eorge Harold Van Allen, with Messrs, Cirtes-baoh, O'Connor & Op., Edmonton; wi'l'-llam Thomiaa Fowler, yith W. H. OdeU Edmonton; MJbs Lillian' Ruby! Clements, B.A, with P. ,A. MpiTison, Veg-revlUe; Laurence Yeomans Cairns, B, A., with Messrs. Wallbtldgei Heniwood & Gdhson, -Edmoritpn; 'William H. Rellley, B.A., with Messrs. AJtlcen, Wright, Gilchrist & Babson', Calgary; John Jeremla^h O'Opmior, with C. J. Ford, Calgary; James. Gxahaai Porter, with Messrs. Short, ^o^^j. Selwood & Sb�w, Calgary; Peter Dvnoah MoAl-plne, vrith Messrs. Loughped, Bennett, McLaws & Co., Calgary; Tobias John MoKenty, with Mesprs. Emory, Newell, Ford, Bolton & Mount. Eldmoaton; CUfton Gladstone Purvis, with C.-:H. Grant, Edjtnpnton;; Cecil Rutherford, with Messrs'. Ruthertprd, Jamlesott & Co., Bdmontou. The following students foiled In one Buhjeot, and will be required to write a supBlemoatai examinatlo,ni tbereptr, viz.:'  �. WUHam C. Camp'be\l,.wltlv.M.essrs. Short, Cross, Biggar &j Co,, Bdmontpiji;; I-Iwold Beverley Rob^nspp', v,]?,j^-., -with Messrs. Savary, Feaerty b� Rpusiyi All the "vags", "dips", "cgn men", "booze artists", "pick-pockets" and professional thieves who have been given floaters Irpm Edmonton or other cjties and who come to Lethbridge with a hope of residing in seclusion, walk into the open arms^ , ot the police. ' There was a varied and motley line-up in police court this moruing-and one pretty stiff sentence was dished out in t?ie case of Pat Donovan, pickpocket, who got nine months. Stevens, 'a deaf and dumb beggar, was given six hours to get out of town, and three other vaga were sent up to the barracks-for fifteen days. One drunk got three and costs,, and Gporge Thomas, who had two Valuable watches and some other jewelry on himj was rera�hded for one week, pending an investigation. Donovan pleaded not guilty to a charge of theft, but was convicted ly. 'i his own witness. He was up on Sat- ; urday on a vag charge and was glv-^ en time to raake himself scarce.. In- ; stead, he went over to the Arlington hotel bar, and while in- the act' ol ; trying to "frisk" an old Qeiman, he-was caught in the act by .Acting ,Pe- ; tective P. C. Wigg. He will tielprhar-vest the crop at the provincial .lail, ' and sojourn theire for a f4W mpntbi-after, at hard labor. MET MINUS UFE - Ottawa, August 11.-It Is not IHtely that consideratippL of m�tt�r� i)#rtalum been as far north av.Dawfpn Olty, friH be baok lu Ottawa about Sept^n^bff 1.; and Hon. Robert R-pg^rs, who li�a-llfl|4Bi In Winnipeg, yfiW be bao1( la tha ow^;; ttal about Augtist SSth. Towards the end of the sioAth; IjkitB^ Frank Co-cbrane will 1mt� in tended,trip to the Nbrij)*n( opit^il: country. Thei* .^lana of ;tta(e Btt^ilK th4;;�pUa�tV�ii of the new closure rules to put tliro�cl> its sessioit^l prdsr^m,.: li lib . | The matter has not as yjat b�W finitely settled, but aljl. t)^;,-^/UtnU In the city se�])a J,�cUn$!(i|/^,,iit)>� \ that the lious^^-iirll^l'iipVw^lli tUl' 05 29 ;