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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 16, Departmental Exams Commercial Classes JUNIOR COMMERCIAL1 The following students were suc- cessful In.' passing the'recent Junior Commercial examination In Canadian History and Civics: Albuschles, Elsie. Bird, Sydney Frederick; Bernard, Netson; Bprnlerj Yvonne; plalcMord, Grata Bryant, Gladys Ivene; Brunlesj, Angus; Bur- .ton, Lawrence; Burton, Mabel Gert- Cameron, Doris; Cameron, Jennie; .Clarke. llabeilo Louise; Costs. Blanche Kathleen; Colllnsoa, Mary 'Marguerite. Davidson, Isabel Mary; Devlin, :Helen Nellie. Eldon, Waiter James; Entlcknap, Fa'ajor, Eleanor Eva; Farley, Hil- da; Fraiackerlev, John Ogden; Fer- -euson, JMamle; Perrler, Ella; Fisher, Helen Wlnnlfred; Koss, Gladys Luella. Garfin, Esther; Gloson, James Ed- Gilbert, Frank; Goldstein, Pearl. Mervyn Lome; Harrison, 'Florence- Blbjrl; Harrison, Loit Mary; 'Hatiam, Fannie Mildred; Irene; Hicks, Nellie Kalhryn; Hlllard ,Etbel Edith; Howell, Stanley; Hud- 'dleston, William. Irvine, Barbara J. Johnson, Dorothy Lily; Johnstoa, 'Alma Ada; Jones. Dorothy May, Kenyon, Bessie; Ketsler, Treya Irene; King, Irene. Lang, Jean; Lee, Edith; Loftus, -Xathleue. Delia. McKechnle, Donald; McLean, Char lotie Edith; McLean, Mattlo Helen; ilcLellan, Edra Alberta; SfcLeod Christina; Manarey, Wlfred Nellie Helen; Martin, Fiorenca Rebecca; Masters, Barbara Mary Martin, Edith Leoline; Mathesoo Selby. Brans; Mlleson, Mona; Mills Annie tt; Miller, Margaret Edwards Milne, Addie; Moseley, Jack; Morrus Jean; Mo-ssop, Josephine; Murdoch, Lilian Grace. Nevler, Mary; Nevler, Victor; Ne. EHiabeth GIffen; Noehrea, Chen owrth A. Grace. Ppioa, Annie- Isabel Pennock, _Nel He; Poland, Basil; Roland, Buuic Pollard, Emily Jessie; Pople Alban; Forterfield, Jame Reddict, Tlaiel Kathleen; Held .Jiazel Scott, Annabel Blotter Leslie "Smith, Marjories Snebly, Dale Mian Gladys. Taylor, Albert Henry; Thomas, Ivy; Charles Herbert; Truscott, Iris; Turner, Margaret C. Uteaiale, Susanna Pretoria. V. Ward, Agnes; Watson, Anno; Web- jter, Hughena Pearl; Woods, fcdith IWlian; 'Wyim.' Guy Buflon. SENIOR COMMERCIAL The following students were aftc- 'iessful in passing 'the' recent Senior 'Commercial Examination: Aucock, Winifred Ethel. Batton, 'Leslie Spencer; Buchanan, jSadis Gray. _ Colville, Nina; Cooper, Alice Rose. Edgar, Gladys. Klyr.ii, Etta; Fyle, Jane. Guest, Amy E. L. llardlc, Hay, Elsie. McDougall, Catherine; McN'abb, >oroihea Beruice. Maltee. Cliire B.; Millen, Christina; Mockford, Ruth Coventry. Pratt, Kmlly. Robertson, Grace Tticier, Lilian -Maude. The st-idects be "n-i itied to Seplor Commercial diplomas you meeting the in the ubjects indicated: Cjirh-T Margaret Joan. Arithmetic. (Entitled to Short Course Shorthand Ralph Lesvitt, literature; Scott, Lena, Stenography ctlce; Reeves, Marjorie Helen, Spflllns. (Entitled to Bookkeeping dJploraa) Sj-ellvflj.' SHORTHAND The foUowtng students were -sue- erful in parsing the Short Course Shorthand Diploma examination: AltoaJ Pearl. _' Brown, Ina. Jessie; Collins, Annie, W.; Cook, Alice Mary; Coi. Ruth Margar- ctte; Craif, Mary Jactson; Galley, Sracc. Davidson, Doris Muriel; Daysiey Years Of Suffering Elided By "Fniit-Htas" 112.11 Joax, K. B. "It is with plessora Uut I nrrte to tell you of tbagreat benefit I received from the use of your medicine nadt fr-m wiii'si grail sxjjtrer for many years Jrom AVnww tixd Constipation. 1 tried i-onsotwd doc-torej bnS nothing Kerned to beip me until I tried After liking so Tend boxes, I was CompleWjr of these acd hare been unusually well erer Mi5s AKNIE WAJID. fftj. a boi, 6for J2.50, triil sins, 2Sc, At all dealeri or wut postpaid by Limited, Ottawa, Florence; Dicksoa, Dorothy C. Edge, Miirfe B. Ferguson, Audrey A.; Ferguson, El- len K.; rink, Mjrla; FIsk, Ethel; Pried, Celia. Gainor, Kathleen I.; Cos, Alma E.; Belgians were generous in applauding tlie risitors from the Dominion. A glauce at the lita of cations'par- ticipating in this Olympiad gives an (idea of the cosmopolitan character of the athletes and crowd: Australia. Belgium, Canada, China. Chili, Denmark, Egypt, Spain. United Slates, Finland. France, Great Britain, Hoi- Brabowsky, Marion. Thelm-a J.; Grlesdorl, Hare, Kathleen Annie; Hood, Doris Inine, Agnes. Keatlnc, Bessie Kfrknp. Glidlys. Jennie; HcKinney, Ruth; MeLesa, Isobel; HcNab, I sob el. Jiathlewo, Phyllis M.; Montgomery, NUMS, Audrey, Parken, Olive; Perry, Neltie. Qnail. Annie N. Schortinghuls, Fcnoa Martha Jac- e; Shnw, Sadie E.; Shaw, Sara land, Graacel British India, Japan. Luxembourg, Mexico, Italy, New Zealand, Portugal, Poland, South Af- rica, Rumania, Sweden, Switzerland, Chechoslovakia, and Jugo-Slavia. OI these, Brazil, China. E-gypt, Spain. British India, Meiico and Poland did Upper Silesian Workmen Hos- tile To French on This Account LONDON. Aug. W.-Workawn In upper ftance'i recogni- tion of General Wrnnsel. the antl- BolsherlS. leader in south Russia as equivalent to a declaration of war oh 1 Russia, snd accordingly refuse to {recognize the French representatives on the plebiscite commlselon, contend- uot netrtral. the Daily Mail's KattwKi cotrssporulcnt. trains of French troops from the Teschon area.- the correspondent I states have held up at Gleiwitt I by workmen irho fearod they were go- ing to help Poland. The French com- mander, he then bsued an ultim- atum demanding a clear passage or he would use macWne guns. The work- men are said to bo armed. The Belgian government has for- biddeu the shipment of a qnantily of ammunition which 1ms arrived at Ant- werp from France, destined (or Gen- eral "VvYangel, according to an Ant-' werp dispatch to the Daily Mall. This iclion, it Is believed, was due to an- nouncement by Belgian workmen that hey would refuse to handle the ship- ment. Labor Must Not Dictate LONDON, Aug. Fyoahea'iinfectinggtnnscause many Bit Medical science has proven this. Diseased conditions, which not long ago doctors were unable 3 trace to a cause, are now known often to be tha result of Pyorrhea germa that breed in pockeUaboutthe teeth. Rheumatism, anaemia, nefYOUsTdisoVoers ana olner diseases hive been traced in many cases to this Pyorrbea infection. Don't let Pyorrhea work its wicked Kathleen May. Wallace, Charles James. The following students will be en- titled to Short Ccu rse, Shorthand epGa liicoting the requirements in the subjects indicated: Adams, Berji. Spelling; Oilman, John, Typewriting; Muir, Greta, Sten- ography Practice. The following were ceasful In the Short Course Bookkeeping Diploma examination: Ballab, Cartheiv, Blisha; Doherty, Leonard; Hood, .Wllliani; Johnson, Harold Hcdt; Jonss, John Sears; Lea, Erneat T. The (ollowmg irfD he entitled to Short Course. Bookkeeping diplomas upon ineeting tbo In the sabjects indicated: s Carter, William Walter, Spelling; Darrock, Arthur TAverne. Penman ship; Jewell, Oordoo Hayriard, Sppll ing; MarBolts, Beo., Bustnets English. Olympic Giames Open-v 'i Before Crowd; Attended By Royalty ANTWERP, Aug. George, In a today to i tho delftfiatei of the British Em- pire at the Olympiad, expressed hlfl heat vrlehts for their success, 'expressing himself as knowing that whether victorious or defeat- eoYthey would exercise an inspir- InQ kifliKnee In promotinQ a'chiv- alrovs in the competitions, and .that progreas would be keenness and inter- and .Belgian Olyrnpic committees. There was also tremendously impress- e singing by a Belgian choral socle- Ciieerlng-was continuous as thj ath- etes, filing in from the open space ust back of the Stadium, where tnpy ad formed up, nation by nation, not participate- at Stockholm in 1912. Today's ceremony, from the inter- national standpoint, signified not ouly the formal opening of the Olympic games, ,-but the completion of a task by Belgium, Trhich. undertaken at a difficult time in her history, seemed almost impossible of coucummating. When the International Olympic committee, meeting at Lausanne, in 1S19. decided to award the Seventh Olympiad to lielgium, the nation, after four years of occupation'hy the enemy a crippled industrial condition eet out to a huge stadium and make other arrangements for ihe games in about one year's time. Other nations, scoues of previous Olympiads! had had much more time and more favorable conditions. the Stadium completed in record] time, having been turned over by .the' contractor to the 13elgian Olympic committee on May 23 last. Tim stadium is' something more than three miles from the central business district of .Antwerp and .is reached by street railway, and steam railway lines. It has been built of stone, concrete, steel and-wood, with ah impressive arched main entrance. its total capacity for spectators. Is estimated at It, like tho tracks it encloses, is oval in shape. On'two there are roofed where.are located the boxes and re- served seats. At the two thel there are no roofa liutj only a series of those in! the old Greek open-air commodating thousands of spectators standing. The tracks are the ordinary, cinder paths, while the-inside aretui, where will be held the field events, is of-well-kept turf. The running track, which, ol course, is oval, Is a fraction under 390 metres to a lap. There is a .straightaway along .one side, sufficiently long for George, replying to a quesllou in'the house of commons today concerning labor's "ultimatum against Rus- sia, declared lhat auy attempt to die- tale the poiicKol the government or parliament by-Industrial action struclr at the fool of .the democratic constitu- tion, or .the count ry and would be re- sisted by'.all the'force at the'govern- ment's disposal. V-r' Visit your dentist (rc- quently tor toottand.gum inspection. i AndualdiymirpimsyauKtlf. Pyer- ihea, which afflicts four out of five over forty, begica with tender arid Weeding gumss then the gums re- cede, the tesUa decay, loosen and fall out, or inust'be extracted to) rid the tystemof noisonseeneratea' at their base. Forhan 8 For the Gums will prevent Pyorrhea orcheck its progress, if used ia time snd. used consistently. Ordi- nary dentifrices cannot do this. For- han s keeps' the gums hard and healthy the teelh white and clean. Start us- ing it today. If gum-shrinkage has set special treatment. r__ THOUSANDS bf njeocoMmtnctd to ut Mqir's ChocoUta'while in Thevj craved the nourishing candy with; the distinctive iaste and wrote home (or more Moir's. Just as tea 19 novr an beverage with service men, w bavej they become attached to the habit! 6t eating" Mdir'dXnocoiatcs wheti-i ever that old trench cravlne for. tweets cornea upon them. They, know Moir's Cnocolates have aj hundred cr more varieties of! have found thote that1 suit {heir taste. MOIR'S LIMITED, HALIFAX, N.Sl! FORTHE GUMS Watson, Campbell and Calgary ALBERTA' REPRESENTATIVES Al- hert, accompanied by the queen royal family, opened :the stv- Olympiad The cere- iniony was elaborate and the par- -ado of athletes a magnificent one. A crowd of spectators their majesties, rising as respect and loyalty to. receive ttie rukre. Sisene at Opening Antwerp, >Aag. Canadian taaociated jPreas.) The Olympic ptadinm. In whteh many of tho events bf the 19 Olympiad are to be staged, was opened today. !n addition to the tnombers of "the Canadian Olympic learn, a large number of Canadians End from I-.on- doti and elsewhere lo vMtmes the bril- Jlant cereraoAr. Every formality was observed, anfl-fbe spectators tncludet royalty- aud the -famous and fashion able dl many nations. The ceremony was staged with setting of Hags, banners and nutter Ipg pennants against a background o tfblte stone, cement and wooij. Da spite the scenic effects, ImT.-over, in lerest of the great aawimbly centered in' the acttial OlymiJic contestant! athletes from 30 paraded the arena .and -who tomorrow will be tin their tests, of strength and skill. -The spectators were as cosmopol itan as the contestants, the flags (Is ing from official, diplomatic or ton SuUr -boxes Trovlng that many coun irles 'were there represented. Som banners tbat had floated at tho Slxl! Olympiad at Stockholm Tfere'missiii Among these were the German an Austrian, as well 09 tho Russian, of! these countries being roprcsentc "Ibis'year-at tho games. Tbe vacan places w.ere filled.by flags of nation JWat'. have Indcpondenc through thn war, such as Poland The latter replace Uoheaiiaj which, while repreecnlc last Olympiad, had to march h liind the Auttrtens. Tec rsjrfaced .the Serbians of 1912 The program of'the 6penmg cere monies included- addrcufca by th King of the Belgians, wig', official] presented the Stadium (o Baro Pierre de Couhertln, president of th 'Internatlbnal Olympic committee, an Jiy a riumVr of other th the 100-metre dash, but tlio-200-ntolrej race musl be run on the oval.- The grass field inside is its metres and the football ground lOtl .by GS metres. There are .tennis courts back of tho stadium. There of'course, special dressing, bathing and refresh- ment rooms for the rithletcs and room wung into tlie arona oval headed by .members of the International lympic committee. The general rder of march wac alphabetical, ipugh the Belgians, alphabetically rst on-tho list, courteously took lust' lace in Uieirj capacity of hosts. Can- da, Australia, and the other over- eas dominions, yielded their Mpha- etlcal precedence to march behind participants from the Mother Country. Tbis brought Brazil first in ne 'behind the official committee. Each group of athletes 'was pre- eded by its flags, and generally peakine. each group of national? was niformly dressed, not In athletic ogd, but in suits of uniform cut and color. Many were in army and navy nlformE of tneir particular countries. LA they swung by the royal box, where Kins Albert, Prince Leopold, and a ;roup of government officials were standing, tbey saluted the king. Some of the marchera paid similar courtesy o Iho ambassadors .or ministers of their nations, .who occupied boxes aii around the ardna. Each national group seemed to find a strong element of supporters in the dense throng of .ipoctators. Tho Can- adians in Tor their share of cheers frofn the Canadian and Brit- ish element, and the groupa of other dominions were also received with enthusiastic acclaim. No doubt ro- mombering tho dcsds of tho Canadian Corps on ranny n hardfouglit sector France and Flanders, the French aud for (he press and officials. FOREST BOY DROWNS IN LAKE WASHINGTON SEATTLE, Aug. S. Way, 23 years old, a school teacher of Forest, Ontario, was ijrownetl In Washington here yesterday, in. full I view o! relatives, and friends. The body was recovered.' 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