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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LET HBIUDGE DAILY HEBAtD 7, inifi. -Deralb Xetbbribac, filberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per west Daily, delivered, .per year Billy, by mail, per year [Weekly, bj; mail, per year..... .Jl.UD TELEPHONES Office 3252 Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry or subscriptions ap- pear daily on address labei. Accept- ance of papers after expiration ciato is our authority io continue tho sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now'. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR commenting uu tho situation in Ger- many in this regard says: A Dutchman living in Germany, who .has Just arrived at Amsterdam, in speaking ot tho Konoral situation in Germany, is reported in yesterday's cables as saying: "Their organization is wonderful. They are organizing themselves to death and for the mom eht wo have tho most brilliantly organ isad famine that ever Is tho Teuton about to bo crushed under the weight of his own organ ization? Ho has worshipped orgnniza tton as an ideal. Through that alone lio finds his way to tho Prussian con- ception of liberty. From the begin- ninjr he is a standardized animal unit, a cog in the national wheel of mechan- ical uniformity. He believes organiza- tion can cure all the ills his country has fallen heir to through the war. To overcome one of these ills IIH has. the Dutchman Quoted above points out, organized one of the greatest fam- that ever was. This, no doubt, refers to the organization of a fool die- .atorship on a basis of domestic com- planned by Dr. Karl Tlieo- lor Hulfferich. minister of the inter-1 or, in an official as well as a literal I sense. Dr. Tlolfferich decides what every German living- at homo shall cat, and how much. He is a dictator with supreme authority over the do- mestic economy. He will try to in- still into the minds uf the masses his FOR THE BUSY MAN sugar factory may bs establis New Westminster, if the farmers will guarantee the boots. After years of Idleness, work has been resumed on the Ruby mine, few miles west of Mghtliawk, B.C. Norman Lee, manager of the Bank of Ottawa, of Kenora, diod in a futile effort to save Miss Catherine Uoran from drowning. Lieut. Jno. A. Jackson, of Chilli- B. C., has becu .Military Cross, the 1 rack-laying is soon to bo resumed Pacific Great tastern, near Results of Grade Nine Tho following "'pro Kadlo; Violet J.. successful nt tho reconl i EagleBlwm; Grade IX Uopurtmontiil Examination. Aunin, .1 nines D. Adshoiul. H. Aitktms. Ralph 11. Albrecht, Arthur Alexiuulyr, Murjorle J. Allan, Archie Ailon, Gordon H, Allim, Lucille B. Anderson, Lola O. Anderson, Mary A. Anderson, Maude K. Angle, William H. Archer, Katherino Archibald. Margaret C. Archibald, L. Jlarjorit- Armstrong, Myrta E. nwn principle that abstemiousness con Something of the proportions ot the tributes to efficiency, great Russian offensive is realized inj Here, then, is admirable opportunity the perusal of the figures of tlie total [for better organization and more of rganization anrl the mechanical mity aforesaid have gone far iu actual warfare, but in applying the pressure of organization as the govern- ing law in relation to a starvation prisoners nnrt equipment captured j '_._., '_._ umfon since the drive commenced on June 14. More than 350.000 of all ranks ara now prisoners together with more than ma.chhu" guns and tin immense amount of other munitions. The rout manv a nice place to escape from, of the Austrian army appears to have thp conduct of ..the most been complete that their equipment- organized famine that ever ther in the picturesque words of! to investigate the dredgi The Dutchman who has just found Ger- Of the Eraser river. Three men were fined In the police court. Calsary, on i.-hnrgee of breaking quarantine when their houses were, placarded on account of infectious diseases. Two Indians white fishing near Port Efesinjiton, B.C., found ihe body of a Japanese fisherman who was drowned over a year ago. of Australian in Vancouver ing prospects A representative dredging interests is In order to avoid the possibility of I spreading iafectioii o[ infantile ilysi par- Arnold. Edward Arnold. Harry A. Askln, Jack 1. Atkinson, h'dmmul D. Ballo. Claude U. Marcanit Baker. Leon I. Baker, Phoebe O. Barclay, Fred W. Baskerville, Mndge U. Bassler, Elsa L. Bateson, Irene Baxter, Jessie E. Beach. Sadie 0. Boaty, Kenneth R. Beck, Archie Becker, Hilda E. Bell. Arnold Bell. Clifford Bendictson. Lillian O. Bennett. John R. Bennett. Violet M. Bibby, Millicent. Bickel, Jessie C. Biorwugcn. LL-CM Blackmore, J5ina E. I. Edgar, Agues IX Kdgnr, Galhurin Iv. Jauio's K. Kdlund, Alfred W. Edmunds, lieorgy'W. C. A. IM worthy', Ooorgo 15. Bgy, JVlussvlto M. SIdrerigo, Held Elgin. Roy Ellis, Bernard K. Klrlck, Elizabeth S. lilson, Margaret Q. Anna M. -Emmet H Essex, Evan C. Wwiiig, Clareuco Ewiug, Stella.-M. abandoned wholesale to ihe ene- there is a serious danger that the Brit Blackwood, Jeau my. The progress of the Czar's res.ult failure, not, of, probably be extend-j BIades" ttora u continues unchecked at all points j QfthTorganiition or this sumiuer b-v several Joseph E in uuliria. New v advances have alsojany shortcoming on the part of the bet.'n made in the Carpathians, the! organization experts, but just simply A strike of graphite is reported in through human limitations. Even 'the Fraser Valley, aod other minerals rapture of Jablonitza. an important gateway to Hungary, being announc- ed. Tho capture of Trieste by the Ital- ians has become so imminent that itsj ( has been taken over by Ger- man forces. It will be defended to the end. but the Italian capture of this vitally important "port on the Adriatic ic inevitable. It is reported from Bucharest that Germany has offered Austrian terri- tory to Rumania as a bribe 'for neutrality. Prussians are men, and not gods or machines.. REGISTRATION SCHEME COMING AT LAST "Word comes from Ottawa that the government is about to take steps II REALLY AN AT (From Ciur Ow Champion, Aug. Thursday Miss Emma Diemart claimed she saw a.flying machine pass over their house have also been discovered there, not- ably alunite, whJcn has high potash value. Brig.-Gen. V. A. S. Williams, for- merly of the Canadian Mounted Ri- fles and stationed at Winnipeg, has been discharged from the German hospital at Meniu. He has been transferred to some prison camp not. stated. The danger that thousands of print- ers may be thrown out of work be- cause of the high cost of white paper was said to be a question seriously concerning the delegates to the sixty- second annual convention of the In- ternational Typographical Union at Baltimore. at about ten o'clock at night. While! she was out looking after small chick-) Contributions to the Secours Na- along the line registration of. menlens heard a curious noise over-'tipna! of which Mrs. Whitney of military age to learn where it may be possible to test secure the troops to make up the half million promised. The step has not'been tak- bead; looking up she- could discern j Warren is treasurer and which has something large pass swiftly over. She j headquarters in New York, was in- rushed into the house to tell the rest' creased to more, than This ot'the but when they arrived to be used for the relief ot des- on the spot the "bird" was gone. jtitute.women and children of Prance Champion is thinking very seriously j The t otal is f en too soon. Recruiting has fallen off lamentably, probablv because harvest Citing out a town paper with i D. O, David as editor. time Is here, but lack of capable direc- tion of recruiting' efforts by the mil- itia department has been io blame also. Let: us know what Canada is cap- able of doing in the way of raising men. When that is known, intelligent effort can- be applied and it should not be an impossible task to get 000 more men this year. HUN RESERVES HAVE BUSY TIME One often hears the saying, "hop- ping round like a hen on a hot grid- but probably the best possible example of what might be expected of 'u. hen in the above mentioned rre- dicament is to be found in the frantic efforts of the Huns to move their fcT reserves from one front to ail- other as offensives develop. The New York Post, reviewing the past three monthsV.oparations with this in mind The last aggressive effort by the central powers was the Austrian at- tack in the Trentino. From that mo- .nient the allied machine to "work. Brusiloff's victor; around Lutsk ;Jn Austrian forward nioye against Italy to a standstill. rTVhen Brusiloffs advance in turn slackened at the beginning of July the Anglo-French attack on the Somme delivered A month later I takes up the task before Gorz And if .vre take each front by itself we find tne same principle of alhed co-ordma- In. France the Germans are kept alternately busy at Verdun and on the. Somme. In Russia the al- ternate strokes are delivered now, in Volhynia, now around Brody, now in; Gahcia And Italy, instead ofjprpsccuting her successful counter offensive in the Trentino, breaks -out sunddenly on the Isonzo. The central powers are now utiliring to the full capacitv those interior 'Hues which ;have. been their advantage from the beginning, .only they are using them not .according to their own will, but according to tbe dictates of the enemy. ,Thc result of this ever-changing of- fensive is that the central powers are unable to employ their reserves to aiiy advantage and the daily despatch; es the tale. The will of the late A. B. Stickney, _ __ _____ Roy Crane has binding outfits founder of the Chicago, Great AVest- already in the field. Many others will be cutting next week. era railroad and many other branch lines, read to .his family and filed in Dell Summers came up from Califor- Probate court ia St. Paul, shows more nia his threshing outfit. With j than in personal property and him he brought over a dozen harvest is quite a blessing to the district because of the scarcity of men. He thinks his engine will be running the first week in September. more than in realty. Fifty-one German ships seized in Portuguese ports several months ago the government ot Portugal, the fanners are buying threshing; taking over of which was followed by year, with which to thresh j Germany's declaration of war on Por- thelr own crops and their neighbors', j tugal and the Jailers declaration of Mrs. Will Schenck passed through j war on Germany, have been turned here today on her way to Carmangay. i over to. Great Britain, she will represent Vulcan at Institute, and left her son Harlen at her mother's place. Mr. -Starreti; a-Champion recruit, is very 111 at Sarcee. He has been In nearly a month. .was. a social gathering at During the month of July the Ot- tawa branch of ;the Canadian Patriot- ic fund, which operates for Ottawa city and the counties of Carieton and Ruasell, paid out to those- receiving assistance from the fund. Clarence Davis' last Saturday night, i This was the regular monthly pay- U- was a marked success. Games and.dancing were the Of "course, we can't forget the supper. Andrew Dlemert is expected back any day. meni. In the city and two counties families were assisted: Billy Sunday addressed a prohibi j'tlon rally attended by nine thousand Coffin, May Bleiler. Adolph Bolt, Blanche B. Bolt, Ruby Bonser, Elsie II. Bonska, Edward Bowen. Edith A. Bower. Kendall M. Bowser, Earl W. Bowver, Thomas Boyd, Marjorlo M. Buchanan, Dora Buck, Kathleen D. Buhlinger, Lilly M. Burton, Eugene II. Bushfleld, Harold Bussard, Luclllo Byers, Lyda W. B ram ley-Moore, A. G. Bratrud. Martin Bray, Bertrand L. Brazil, William Brewor, Randolph G. Elizabeth Broadus, Kemper H.. Brown, David H. Brown, Frank E. Brown, Laura J. 6. Brown, Mabel L. t Bruce, Christina S. _; Bryan, George J. Oi Bryant, Helen M.. Bryenton, "JIuriel-'-E." Cain, Mary L. Calrna, Bertram V. Cameron, Marie C. Cameron, Myra B. Campbell, Gladys H. Campbell, Irving Canniff, Philip H. Cannon, "William F. Capsey, Mary E. Carson, Vera I. Carsweil, Helen M. Carter, Robert D.. Carter, Carthew, A. Isabeele Cassidy, Harold Chalifour, Melonia Chalmers, Joseph F. Chandler, Oma L. Chapman, Phyllis K. Charlesworth; Gerald S. Charter, Nellie -M. Chevraus, John E, Christiansen, Hannah Church, Ellen Clfurch, Ellwood A. Clark, Bessie M. Clark, Dorothy T. Clark, Myrtle E. Clark, Olive H. Clark, Rella Clarke, Sadie E. Fncey, Rachel Annio Fail-field, Alice A. Fonjoy, WUliiun T. Faunch, Frederick, W.E. Ferguson, Uollin L. Ferguson. Stephen C- Pwrrel, i.eoiw Fetter, Hoy B. Fey. AmiHu ,M. Ficht, Joseph Fidler. Charles A. Fink. -Myrle i Fisher, F. S. j Fisher, Ruth M. Fitch Delta. FitzgcnUd, Mary Flanagan. Nimi Fleming. Nellie FlocUluirt. Annie P. IFlvnu, Maggie Fiftey. William P. Forbes, Basil .1. Forbes. Hazel K. Ford. Kenneth H, Fordice, Lillian M. Fowler, Elsie M. Fraser, Maude K, Frith. Daphne N. Frith. Uildu' Fryers, Georgia Fryers, Jeuuu; I, Gaibraith, Alan Garbe, Mabel L. Gardner, John G. Gaudin, Lome R. Gay, Lyudall M. Genge, Kathleen Gibbs, Clifford i L-. Gibson. Allan McD. Gibson, Ales. Gibson, Clarion I. Gillen, Elizabeth C. Gillespio, Miriam J. Gilland, Gillies. M. Gillies, Victor C. Gilraer, Myra B. C. Glather, Una M. Glass, Francis H. Glonji, ftozella Godkin, Violet Goldberg, Cyrus B. Goldstein, Norman B. Golley, Jean Goodman, Ellias Gordon, Clarice L. Gould, Douglas G. Graham, Olive W. Gray, .Margaret H. Greaves, Frank R. Greene, William A. Greer, Esther S. Crimson, Rose J. Grindley, Thomas W. !n Clever is contracting wheat people, recently at' Vancouver. Be- this year at about Some person near-Carmangay is contracting some tor is rumored. .Nest .Friday night a "barn dance" wilKbe; given in H. Zang's new barn. The barn Is a hundred feet by fifty. A large crowd Is expected. Mrs. A P. Duncan with her daughter Vera isTleaving next Monday for Azo- cause, after he had talked fifteen min- utes, some people at the rear of the rink started to leave, Sunday threat- ened to quit, and only after a quarter of an hour resume his address. The Military Cross has been award- ed to.CapL Perrjr.Acland, of the 15th Cohen, Joe Colter, Hazil L. Comfort, Grace Connacher, Margaret Cooke. Dorothy Coomhs, Morgan S. Cooper, Verupn H. Cossaboom, Amy B. Court, Prances R. Craig, Sarah G. tona, Oregon, where Vera will attend i battalion ;0r conspicuous bravery at! Craig. Walter D. nigh school....... _________ j the front. Capt. Acland U the son of D. J. McG. The two Miller girls are visiting IF. A. minister of la- their cousin, Mrs. Clarence Davis. i bor and formerly the staff of the It is thought that Miss Adams will j wine inu5v'thfs fall to teach the lower grades m the Champion school. GERMANY'S BRILLIANTLY ORGANIZED FAMINE .We have been'prone to bow to the ait organizer. "Their war ma- chine was organized to the last cover for we say by way of ex- of thpir early mKrpqteg But has it ever struck you that thej are too-much "They have a of organized starvation scheme there thit threatens to prove. Uwlr undoing. '.'The Montreal ,f x Toronto Globe.; He was slightly wounded at. Hooge, but is: still with his regiment. Because of the shortage of teach- ers In SaskstcSiewan, the department of education of that province haa de- cided to waive temporarily the reg- ulations governing second class cer- tificates and to admit directly to the second class sessions of the Normal school all persons' holding second class diplomas and who are other- wise qualified. A Dublin industry of considerable importance at present ia the manu- Crawford, Marv Crockford, Michael B. B. Crooks, Nellie F. Cross, George L. Gross well, Cazeila Cumming, aeth A, Current, Nona, I. Curtis, Rodney M. Clarence M. Cyr, Maude T. Dahlgrcn, 'Martha C. Dalzell. Lena M. Dane, Kenneth L. Daniel, Evelyn J. Davis, Cecillia A. Davis, John R. David, Elizabeth Davidson, Beatrice E. Davidson, Genovieve F. faciure of rebellion Mouvonirs. Irish Davidson, Jean M. Republican stamps are being turned Davidson, William McC. out In large quantities; volunteer but- TJarroch, Arthur LaV. tons and" Sinn .Fein badges are also i "ash, Kathleen I. important items of the new neans- Viciona ness. Bullets fired Sinn Fein j L- K- may be had singly or !a rjuan- '-banes M. titles "at reduced- prices to the trade. Although the scheme for awarding "tried and rejected" buttons to re- cruits who have been turned down for overseas service, because of being physically unfit, is -generally consid- ered a good one, it Is meeting with disfavor in some quarters. Some re- cruiting officers have offered a little criticism of The criticism is bas- ed ,on the belief; that there will be some men get a'button by fooling the medical examiner oh the eyo test, which ia a very easy thing to do. Donaldson, Annie Doran, Magdallno Doran, Robert Dorsey, Doris >f. Douglas, Rachel R, Dowding, Silver Drew, Gladya Dreyer, Mnhe! E. Drummond, Jean M. Duckering, Winnifred E. Dudley. Stephen M. Duffield, Robert F. Dunlngton, Minnie I, Dyde, Mira C. H. Haddigan, Eva T. Haig, Willard R. Haines, Elton L. Hale, Amy E. Hall, Charlea-'E. Robert F. Hamilton, Lilly M. Hammond, Maude I. Hausen, Howard E. Hansen, Johanna iM. Hardie, Alice L. Hare, 'Francis J. Hargrove, Paul P. Harkness, Agnes A. Harris, Emma M. Harris, Herbert, Le R. Harris, Horace F. Harris, Zelpha Harrison, Abbie H. Harrop, Allan C. Hartley, Ella A. Harwood, L'nwln Haslam, Pearl Haiiser, Gertrude L. Hawker, William E. Head, Doris G. Heatlicote, Violet Hemlielmann, Alma Hepworth. Albert C. Herbert, Walter B. Hewitt, Alice E, Hewspn, 'Minnie W. Haywood, i. eo .7. HfckB, Olive fi. High; Graco 0. Higgins, Cecil T. Hudson, Phyllis E. Hplbrcok. Edweina Holmes, LUcille Holmes, Norma M, HoUrngshead, Emily V. Hope. Delia B. Hopkins, Kathleen F. Hopper, Doris G. i Hots-onpiiier W. Howard. Audrie HuestiSi Eric Huff, lEdith.B. HuggRrd, Winnifred M. Hughes, Frank Huglics, Louise Hughes, Thomas S. Wilraa H. Huglison, Richard D. Hulbert, Gwendolyn F. Hurum. Otto Humphries, Mabnl V. Huntinger, Minnie Hulberi, Olga Hyde, Alias. I. AVinston A. Iddiols, Edna C. Ingila, Violet Invorarity, Daniel Jsickson, Aima T. Jean Jeffrey, 'Dalton K. Jensen, Hans C. E. Jensen, Hcber O. Johnson, Agnes C, Johnson, Esther Johnson; Rya Mae Johnson, May Johnson, Johnaon, Ray D. Johngpn, Victor Henry Johnston, .Ada E. Johnston, Vchio H- Johnston. Jonps, Flo'renca E. Jordan, AiiUiony A. rV ,'r Joyri', Alice F. Jimilllug. Olaityn L, Kaaltc, H. M. Brhlln Kurron, Kalhlfon Kutka. Harry J. Kohoc, I'l'vIHs Kclcmn. Max Koinp, ITownrd J. Kemp, Lynford G. L. Keimody, Hubert Kunnudy, Vernou W. Koiiny. Artliu.r Kent, Murjurie 10. Kcplmrt. George E. King, Dorothy R. KiUK. Mubul W. Olo KiiiKsep. Snlmo Kirby. Helen Kirk. Neville S. Kii-klmm. Vurland V. Kirkpatrick. Reginald A, Kirtuit, Charles L. Knceslmw, Marion Knight. Doris Ellen KniKht, Frances Einm Knui'son, Jatnus A. Kornpn, A. DaphiiQ L. Israel Krugcr, Gladys A. Kuer.Jer, I'retl v. Grace Agnes Lnidluw, Joan M. R. Landsmnn. Henry T. Limgley. Curolhiu U. Larson i Corrine H. Lautinn. Harry J. Lavender. Lymnii L, Lawton. Percy Laxton. Herbert II. Lea, Ernest T. Leard. Florence II. Leonard. Frances LaPtigo, George F. LcVasseur. Elvira Lewis. Thelma A. LititMi. Liliie, James Li m pert. Marion W. Lindtttog. Ruby H. Lipctz, Julius Lively, Meta G. Loeklmrf. Annie Lowry. George A. Lutcyzszyn. Marnia G. Lyndon, Charles A. Lyndon. William Lyons, Rose Lyse, Agnes D. L. McAra, Malcolm McArthur, Beryi McArthur. Inez E. S. McArthur. Warren McBridc.'Lucj- IK McCannel, Mary V. A. McCarthy. Aileen McClary, Thomas I. McCombs, Elsie McConnell. Alpha V. McCook, Elizabeth McCoppen, Bruce C. AlcCorklridalc. "Marion E. McCrea. Clarence W, McCullough, Charles V. McDonald, Alex R. 0. McDonald, Hugh .7. McDowell, Viola M. A. McFarlane, Gregor McFetridge, Grace H. McGeachen. Winnifred J. McGuire, Jojin A. McHugh, Florence- M. Mclncloe, James Mclnnes. Jean C. Mclntosh', Gladv I. Mclntosh, Jennet M, Mclntyrs. Lloyd O. McKay, Pretoria L McKee, Carl McKernan, Gladys Donald D. Margaret I. McKinley, Ethel McLaren, Muriel McLaughHn, Ion E. McCIaus, Elizabeth R. W McLean, Ida S. J. McLeod, Douglas McLeod, Mary 0. McMillan, Jsssie McMurray. McNab, Eva M. McNab, jRoRinald W. McNair, Ernest McQueen, Joan McTiivisli. Nelllri Irone iMncCosham, Rsta A. MacDonald. Chriatetia i Maclntyre. Beulah M. i MacKinnon, John D. j MacLaren, Regiimltl Macleo'd, AgneB Jean Macleod, Murdoch JlacWJlliams, Gordon D Magfic. Margai'flt F. Malchow. Marry G. Malhoit, Alflrn CJ Maiicin. Fanny Maliett. Hazel J, Malfory, Ruth E. I Malloy, Irene -A. I Manning. Frederick C. JManske. lllchard IT. F YOU will find', move satisfac- tion in practicing Ivory Soap economy than in indulging toilet soap extravagance. Ivory Soap will agree with your skin better even than many "complexion" soaps because it is as mild and pure as soap can be. IVOSYSQAP PURE 'T FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada Martin, Foley A. Martin. Mary A. WiHiamena G. Paul F. Genrgiana Katie MarsbHlI.-Clmrlcs C. Martin, Jci-sie JL Ma thin. James Ma Hern, V. SIfitthows. Noralt J. Mnudli. MHif. May, Domtltv G. Mayhow. Mildred L. Lily Murrs. Tliomnt; S. MoliMt. HpzRl I. MeUfng, Peter Mnivin Joan P. Mowhinney, Irma .1. Meyer, Mildred R. Millar. Charles 10. i Millnr. Alloon R. Miller, W. j Miller, Nyiji j. j Millican, HaiTfofto B. j Mituo, AHre H. Milne. Cliarley -W. Moffati, AKURS T, .Moffitt, Harold C. Molior, Mario B, Mobr, Kletiiiore C. MoIIcr, Mnrgarot M. Muntsomery, Moore, Ada G. Grace n. Robert R Moi'iilionse. S. Clarencii MurKiin. Lloyd M. Morrical, L'ra K. Morris. William Morrison. Emily H. Musoley. Grace E. Pniil E. Moshor. Auyroy B. Moth. Claude L. Monntifield. Ethel Kcllh Florence M. Murray, Isa Murray. Tenla I. A. Nadeau, .foseph Noomi DwiRht I. M. Jamos Vcltson, Ivan C. Ncttrover, Myrtle M. Cevler, Walter P. Vewshum, Earl D. 'ibldck, John Kathleen ;jcho1, Harry A. S'iooll, Amelia Ora L. Robert C. oden, Eveivn M. Elodie P. s'onnan, Phyllis A. ;er, Louise Eugene W "HdfonI, Marion; Isboruc, Irene 1- istrum. Alaila M, luthouse, Phoobo aimer. Ruth M, anrucker, iJiilie aratlis, Emily Mary aton, Florence M. atrick. Pnul V, aft croon, Kathleen M. LGO A. Patterson, Mary JM, P-iuI Cljdo T Paulson, Betsy C. Pens AHiftnrct Peattib, Robert M. Peel, Carl PoRTum, Reginald H. Clifford E. Perms Vlire C Peterson. Elodia Libie Peterson, M- Emma Oscar E. Bidgcon, Roy Picrsoh, Elma I. Pigott. Jeanette Pi risky, Samuel Plymale, Forn H. PokpUio, Genevierc Al. Policy. Lifliah Poole. Alfred E. Fortorliuld; Charles L Posny, Gordon L PoKti, Anna Potter, Roderick C. Pov-reil. Herbert II Pcnvne, ai.irsuerite Price Inz I Prioslly, Borotln Frohert. Cecilia- E. Pylic, Mlldrei] .E Quiglcy, Floyd Rannel r Ranldn- Florence W. Rannie, Jean I-. ver I) C Hawlinscu, Dorothy Rayner, Frederick J. Raymond, .JiuneK K Render, Rc'.rry Roland Jennie Anna J. Reeves, Dorothy Alys Hecvcs, Kathleen fiftid. E mo Rul'hetna Reid, Mary Reighley, Darleni: lleiily, Gertrndo K. Rein. .Ilose- Uovull. John K. Richards. Dorothy Rirliruoiui. Kdna May Hiddclo. Helen Riluy. Hiuuinh F. Ririo. Buyrl U. Ritchie. Janet Rohbins. Grace M1. Robertson, Alexander Robertson. -Robertson, Margaret H Roherlann, K. 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