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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -t HKRAMT PAGE'THRES THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S >y Wellington CDUL9 MANAGE T' SOCKS UKfcTHESE ON rr ADVANCE A hH-E rrs THE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION, RESULTS Grade Nine. The EollovrinK Lethbride students havo succeeded In passing the Grade Nino examinations which wore in one subject ozily: Percy Blunl, Catherine Bowman, Florence Brown, Agnes Davidson, Al- len James 'Jickson. May, Flinn, Itulh Galliraith, Wlilla Grant, Verna Gray, Stanley Hargreaves, Glenu Lathrop, Helen McDonald, Lillian Morris, Jac- V> Christine .Nelson, B-'atrico Olander, Jlary Ostlund, Mary KosliasMc, Dagmar Sandnuist, Charles Sang, Marjoric Sherlock. Simp- EOU, Anaslasia! Skeilh, Kate Spaldmg, Louis Turcotle, Johannes VanHar- lem, Cyril Wellington, Gertrude Wy- man. '.The following Junior commercial cludenls were successful in passing the examination In Canadian'history and civics: Jessie Emily AUrlll, MjlUe O. DIrdj Mary Louisa Carolyn Catherine" Butecrelt, Ruby Collins, Helen Mode Coroly, Annie Bella Beatrice Irene TJescuene, Mary McLeod Donaldson, Marjorie Evelyn Drazan, Mnrjorie Dunn, Mary. Petit- grew Dunn, Mildred Elizabeth Fawns, Lena Felnsleen, Eva Louise McDon- ough, Isabel Maryon, Kathleen A. Mc- lier..Allen Merrll D. Muttarl, Lillian Nyler, Thelma A'. C Nelson, Janci'IMcMos, Sidney Plottel, .Catherine rtenn'ie .rotter, David B Dan' Sch'raid, John Simcoe, Winnitrecl Ellen Siralr, Goldie Jane Fyie, Gertrudes-Martha' Gardiner, Tie- liecca Griesdo'rf, Agnes Hall, Helen.M. Harper, Edith High- cock, Bealrico W. Hill, liary Hyman, Beatrice Ruth Jones, Margarile Kil- Valarle Kn6x, Samuel Koch, 'Jr., Sidney Leonard, Ollvo Irene Little, Muriel Elsie McBride, Evelyn.E. -Stanhope, Roso ,L. Sian- ton, Edna A. Taylor, Hilda While- head, Mary L. Wilson. The following students were suc- cessful In'passing tho senior commcr- r cial diploma examination: Sarah Allan, CharJea tort Napier Begg, Lilian Irene Brooks, Versio: Amelia Code, John Elder, El- izatmlh S, Elrick, Ida Glasere, Edith Grcenlees, Florence H. Hanson, Gwen- dolen P. HulberL Conulo Lamont. Janet W. Jlellor, Ber- nlco C. Nance, Anna Pirie, Anna, L. Sha-.v, David 0. Sherreft, Evelyn Wln- nifred Smith, Doris May Trevelyan. The following students will be en- titled to senior commercial diplomas upon passing an examination In the subjects in which they failed; Gladys Barr, typewriting; Arthur Burton, stenography-practice; Edith llolllngshead, stenography practice; Alfred S. Kellaway, stenography prac- tice; Robert G. Kellaway, Canadian history and civics; Victoria Mae Mo Bride, office practice; Janet Ritchie, stenography practice, typewriting; Fred Swartz, stenography practice; Harvey E. Taylor, stenography prac- tice; Hilda Ten'nant, Canadian history and civics; Mary K. Waiiies, practical bookkeeping and accountancy, arith- metic, calculation: The following'students were suc- cessful in passing the special snort- hand diploma examination': Leila W. Blair, Daisy D. Clegs, frene Frizzle, Rika B. Funcke, Esther B. Gajntor'J Myrtle Jackson, Mildred P. Johnston, Dorothy Kent, El- eanor Killen, Mary M. McAuley, Margaret- Jlay, Tlielma Moffat, Elizabeth Muiholland, Dorothy Ockenden, Judith Pearson, Mary E. Shannon, Louise A. Smith, -Nellie Starr, Elena Scott Totfd. :.The following students will be en- titled -to. special .shorthand, diplomas upon passing an examination in the subjects in which, they 'Margaret M. Delany, stenography practice; Annabel Cavanaugh, 'spell- The following sludents were suc- cessful in passing the special book- keeping diploma examination: William Brazil, Gladys Collins, Roy Fleming, Olivia Johnston, Nettie Mc- Innes, Albert 'Manning. The following student will, he en- titled special bookkeeping loma upon passing an examination in the subject-in which bo- falle'il: Kenneth B. Adams, spelling. OUawa, Aug. foilowir.T cable describing the German political situation was. received by (lie- director of public Information here from the British ministry of information: "The situation in Germany contin- ues obscure. It may be guessed that the military-authorities, bankrupted of promises to the Gorman peope that a German victory wouu be obtained before autumn, are now frying to in- vent somo new promise to stimulate the waning endurance of ,tho German people. It is believed in many towns and parts of the country that the peo- ple are laboring under the deepest de- pression while the Austrians, on the other hand, are not wholly displeased tiiat Germany, who mocked the Aus- trian defeat on the Piave, now lias a of Its own. "In-these circumstances, It Is worth while to note the- rumored changes in 'Austrian toue and temper as well as the symptoms among nations who are now growing assured thai nltfmafo victory lies with the flHie not the- Germans. "Signs are not wanting that Siberia is not the only part ,ol dismembered (hat will give trouble to the Germans who had hoped to assimilate ic entire empire unquestioned. The arious composing aso reasing their.; distrust of Germatt ethods. bkratne'antl Luthania" aliki re'coming to prefer national 'asplra ons lo German tyranny." DEFJUtS OF. BRAVE London, Aug. arc given iclow of tho dccJs Tor ivhich the un- der-mentioned have the military cross, -Tlieir names have already been IJeut. Leonard P. Chalmers, Win- nlycg, supervised atnj consolidated vvlioio -company front when other commanders hail become casualties antl reached directives in spite of strong opposition. Lieut T. C. St. EUenne De Wolf, Vancouver, wlien Ills left [lank was heltl .up, ho and his party out- flanked 'thO; enemy and persoaally ac- counted for (our of the enemy and Look charge of lira patrols in an at- tempt to ,galn touch with the bat- talion on the left. Lieut. Charles luglts, Vancouver, led his platoon m an attack, person- ally accounting for five the enemy. pyifflwin "This llouae Wo Dcfl. beJoro Ihi prayer wa offered to tbo Yet" bv nni Ly man citl ,o fh'o solo "A Perfect Day by Mist Shaw. -The nciiarlrnenl 6! Colonlzatlon'an Development ot tlie Canadian Paclfi Railway announces Ibat it will awar a silver cup valued dt flvo liimdre doHars for.tbo'boit-butliel of harrl established a post, obtaining val- uable, information and though woutTd- eJ, .remained on duty. 7 Lieut. Hector R. Jackson, Ensinecre, Vancouver, 'undo a reconnaissance rritli two sapper.? to looli for Bounded, and finding brought them five miles to the dressing station. pring whoat exhibited at the Inter ational Soil-Prortucts Exposition a ansas' City, 11 farmers in Canada wh aro good hard spring wheat should 0 interested In this announcement nd It Is hoped that among them will e found the successful competitor. Wheat has become a vita! factor in is conduct of the war and the Rail- Tay Company hopes in this -way to en- purage production of the best varie- es. At the same time it is hoped ils competition will focus attention pqn tho immense foqfl-prodncing pos- ibllitlcs of Western "Canada.. Can- dian farmers havo been winners of nany competilions of tho laternatjon-. 1 Son-Products.. Exposition and .'tbo vjnnlng'of this cup by one of their number would bo an appropriate clim- ir to o series of triumphs. it Is expected that boards of trade, 'gricullural-societies, fanners' organ zations and other public bodies hrqugnoiil Western Canada will crest themselves in seeing that' the best bushel of wheat in each of heir respective districts Is entered in bis comEclitlon. Individual farmers will also no do'Jht be eiger-fbr the listmction of winning ibis cup. Par- Iculars as lo the exhibit may be hail addressing Robert, J. C. Steaii, 'ubliclly Agent, Department Colonlza- ion and C. P. n.. Cal- ory. Dr. Luther Haliey Oulik, educator and author of New York, died si his summer homo. Ho was 62 yeara old. le was. chairman of the commission .on physical reconstruc- tion of the war work council of the Y. M. C. A.' GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We prepared to furnish Farmers and Kanchers any amount of Green Feed (Frosted Wheat) baled ami iuaued on cars for shipment south or stacked' in fields fri Norlli Coiui-. try for feeding on the grounfl. Can place ot for winter feeding in Ed-, monfon, Beaver Hirer and Peace River Districts on. shares and by the season. We can seHj youi' cattle and sheep for you en ttie best terms available. For Prices..and. Terms wire, .write or phone. .Do. It now, as 'the season is short, and time flies. Mercantile Traders' Exchange 820 Tegler Block, Edmonton Alberta Phone 5422 20M3 Robert agpd sixteen months, of Toronto was fatally burned when he upset a cup of hot lapiooa himself. Phone 1619 P.O. Box SOS CHARTERED Accouns EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterspn Roam 6, Dominion Building .612 Fourth Avenue S. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes ,it easy for you to begin. Lands acre; irrigatedland up to S50; 20 years to pay. llwn -toassist settlers onirrigaudiancij. Get full particulars and free illus- trated literature from MKrROH, Gm'lStL C.f.R. SC5 in E A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other fieldvpro- 'ducfs pass annually through the Cily of Lethbridge. Mr. Fanner, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and sec that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canad i an Trust Co- EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, FIFTH STREET. 4. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, 'PHONE- 1MJ Xlray Dort Motor Cars FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINE HAVE INSTALLED A, NEW RECHAReiNQ BATTEBIE8 owe CALL ALLENUACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDQE HOTEL PHONE 1544 Machinery :'and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS .Crllndors reoored ana1 refitted' with now pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of 'engines. a Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House anil con- tents in good locality. Doing a gooil business. Will sell tor rca-' sonablo price. APPLY TO JOS. FERD1NA, 7th St. S. opposite Gait or F. A. nOQERS, 13th Street North Phone 1155 202-6 Dr. A.T. Spankie O.M'. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 -New' P. Burns Corner 8th Ave; arid 2ho'Sf, East, Calgary. Offlco Phono JI2S48 .Hcsidence. Phone 112077 Interno ahiV'Houso Surgeon, Afanhattan Eye, Ear, Nosb' and Throat.Hospltal, New York City, 1MI-M14...... Specialist to Calaary School Board Tractor Repairs We specialize In relJorfnE gas tractor cylinders, anil fitting oversize ptstons and tings. Wo Uavc In slock at present ovcrsizo pistons (or ail popular makes ot gas traders. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth a Reb'able Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE KEPAIR SHOP H.'LANGLEY, Prop. 403 2nd Are. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP 'OF [TIIICAL WOHK. W.t. HeKaule Co. PHOHCM7 1 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents (or tua >VorW Famous Deko light Country rrlrlng a. specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 iTHE PROVINCIAL DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm jabor. Farmers to secure help'.shbuld apply immediately to MR. J, A. VVEtR, who has cKsrge-of this free acrvicfr. 1603 TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: Having from the front I hare bad my auction- eer's .-license and will again take up that business in Southern, Alberla, -whcro I am throughout the coun- try. I licrcby. solicit your sales. Results .aro-my teat advertise- ment. Phone 1692 Vourg'Tcry truly, CAPT. GEO. P. PORTER V Lethbrfdge, DRAYING Of AH Kinrli WesternTransferCOi Limited 0rfhM f, R. FnlfM PHONM Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK cows '-Anyone requiring siich milk for baWca may