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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIL ALBERTA, TUESDAY, ALT.UST 19, IU10 U.S. TROOPS BORDER BRITISH NAVY PLAYING HAVOC WITH BQLSHEVIKI NEAR PETROGRAD British Laborites Threaten Direct Action, Because Premier Failed To Carry Out Promise Dissatisfied with Compromise Policy on Nationalization of Coal Mines LOXFJOX, Aug. Disippoint- sneol and dissatisfaction thai Premier Lloyd George in Ills address In Uie house'or commons yesterday ignored the -general demand lor a reduction ol expenditures, is the most sinking comment made liy most ol Ibo iiewfipajiers today. Friendly and ]ioadlc editorials generally, agree thai Lho an excellent plea for economy iu industry aiid Incrcas.' cJ. production aiid also that ho some sensible proposals [or a future industrial policy. Such comiucnts, however, arc in inoel ot Hie newspapers by sharp conficni- naUon o( what termed the premier's to recognize the extravagance POUND FALLS TO 94.19 j NBIV YOUK, Auff. ling cicbaDKQ broke to an ab- solutely low record lodav, demand bills on London fall- ing to 11.19 Id Ihe pound aor] demoralizing; the general ei- changc market. WASHINGTON, AiiB. pea' o' the daylight saving law was passed today over President Wilson's veto by the house on a vote of 223 to 101, seven than the neceisary two.thirds. The repeal now goes to the sen- ate, where lie supporters claim victory. workers are determined (o liave nat- ionalization and that the rejection of the Sankcy report, which favored such a course, will "direct ncllon." This'view expressed editorially today, was ottered by who follow- ed tho premier In (ho house of com- mons yesterday and llic labor leaders J expressed at) 'Intention to oppose tho government In every way in on UP TROUBLE IN and in departments prove the premier's decision against nnc] his failuro to grasp resolutely "this nellie." Newspnpera of "widely d inorcnt views declare Mr. Lloyd Ocorgc's speech showed ihc govern- 'inenl has no poUcy and does know its own mind. These dc- tho tiallon will be filled with Is quietude at the government's fnil- ure tu show strong leadership. The nrcmicr's proposals on the. coal situation vocal lo Uousc Ihc'Grcat Veterans .Against an Inlcr- naliortal Organizer' Opponents of TiaUonalliatlon aucli a policy; but the alternative does not escaue criticism entirely. The Morning Post, declares the proposed treatment of in- (Justry Is a dishonest promise, making the miners a -of other people's money. According lo the lobby correspond- ent ot the Dally Mnll.'oplnion ia the Fly Across Border In Search of Bandits U. S. Aviaiofrs Hold Captives in iklcxico Are Ileleasctl and Are Safe in Home- hind Now MAHFA.'Tcias, Aug. ants I'etereon nud Paul H. Davis, aviators or Ihe L'uitcd Slates army, held captive for more lhau n. wctk by MC.TJCUII who demanded a riinsom of fla.dQD, were rescued early ihis morning hy Capt. .Mallack. of Sih Cavalry, who, to agree- NOT UNCONSTITUTIONAL WASHINGTON. Aug.v The proposed treaty, by which lha United Stales would go to ibe aid of Prance in event of nn unprovoked attack by Ger- many, Is nol in conflict with ilia, constitution, in Iho opiii- T- in T f L II '1 ion of the senate judiciary sub- CANDhLARIA, lexas, Aug. 1 loops of the United committee appointed to coufider c l .L ftif L J t I ihe question' cavalry crossed me Mexican border at o clock lliis morning in pursuit of the bandits who held Aviators and Davis for ransom. Trie two men accompanied the troops, acting as guides. Aviators are co-operalirig with the cavalry as scouts to locate the bandits on the Mexican side, flying over the Ojma district, south of Caudelavia. TO, PAY THE RANSOM i SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Aug. Dlekman, commanding the southern department, today Instructed officers at CandelarTa to pay the Mexican bandits the.full ransom as in the agree- ment made with them by the United States government. imciil, made tfc'e journey inio Ihc Mexi-linlo iS'o. C 'tail rendezvous The ivhJslles -will lobbies of riarllamcDt was. that itlon :ire generally criticized.. Ad.- i premier now seemingly had cast his .IcS'Ol the coal Industry duress i lot with the Unionists, rather than nnd accuse the govern-i with his old followers: His defense menl.ot hreakiug its promise to corry ;of the correspondent .out the, finuiue? of the Sankcy The'Herald, 'noliCicd has antagonized labor, wbich Tlie Hr-r.itfl Kfforts were i O.B.U. officials iu Taber imen are safe on American territory. More than 4M miners of the Gall Mines on Monday renounced taa O. D. U. and took out cards in tho Unit- ed Mine V.'orlers union. J Tbo aorsea are being sent down mines today and the! blow probably on nesday, or Thursday at the latest. British Fleet Sinks Bolshevik! Battleship Coalburst and and HID two mounted The bandits 1L Ihe.roajniniJer of Iho .ran- tons lo go bacH lo work and liavc ap- plied for iu tbe U. M. W. o[ A. this mine has been work- ing for sqaic lime irllh new mkD and Ibc reirista'.emenl of the old miners! STOCKHOLM, Aug: renforced fetish fleet has engaged with Bolshevik warships is concentrated against.Kronstadi, the naval port dispatch from Helsi'ngfors says. The city of Kronstadt, it is .said, is burning. The Bolshevik submannc depot ship Vjatka is reported to have been sunk in an engagement off the Tolboukin light- house, miles northwest of Kronstadtr-'.V. Cajit. Mallack lirougUt back wilb c Great AVar Vclcr- UiaL after Peterson had been rc-J ana against Ihe International orRiiniz- 'cased JJa-ris was broiiflit tonvarcl bi- ers William Houston tind John Croc- the Vi; ula in tho hope o[ mob rute fiijt" anil discrediting them In their'cirori-j lo rcorcaulzo (he.camp. Grcciila lias Cil' n been seal to (he district lo help gst moiicv.-. and Matlnck anil the foroien clement or ihc mining Davis angSvere'd fcy rirfine away is population back Into the Told ami tho-.inlcrnallonal scL Ihc damage dona to CAUSB of organized labor'by Susnar. has been principally instrumental Can side of the'rl-rcr, JJeut. I iti.lho past three months in lininR said. their arrival at Canilc-i ,llie-Slav.miners in .llic ranfca of Ihe (aria a week aKutSuntlay, engine j P-D.U. 'dcvelojieJ-trcuhle add Ihey.-wero forced ..Tdp charge wn-s niaile (o tlie.Vettr-. lo'land, sninsfilng their.Inndlne gear- nils hcrc.r. Ibal Grccula is an alien arirt. .fusilaec. In doing so. The Iwo' in frohi the United avHtors to finci (heir tray Slalcs, However local veterans ard'lo Ihc nearest army -caniii and bo very suspicious of any come oon-fusdil. They talked and Comruerce up today a minors j-o-Si HELSINGFORS, Aug. Bolshevik battleship Andrea Pervosan, the battle cruiser Petropaviosjc, a trans- Tbc Federal, miners here'nro anx-jpoi't and a guardshlp are reported to have been SUnk h tho company commission.' an engagement with the British fleet in the Gulf of Finland 'r on Sunday. The British .were-said to'have lost three motor boals; and to have hadjsight officers and three men killed. 'r ators .landed oh tbe Ameri-l Ed. Drowna al Uic hack of II, and iho swaiir ilovvn llic ]Uo Grande Inlcrnation.il organizers will nol molested. A start iu reorganization hirerl during Lieut. I'eler.soa said, Irarroa- after relcraon LONDON, Aug. British admiralty officially: j confirmed today the sinking on Monday of the cruiser Petropayloysk.Uhe'battleship Andrea Pervpsyaii-aiid 7- Ia forces during'an jgagemenf in ihe Gulf of Finland: A Russian cruiser probably u 'was seriously damaged, it was announced. was mode ailtl Ihe .ivork irill be com-. developed Tlicy had lli.it counlrr Friday, 11 was an; nleled before the end of the week.'tor Cnndelarm when overtaken by a loday. He start for lion Taber is Ed. Browne's own camp and baud1 of armed I.Ieul, Peter- lie is making his last sland here lo son Thci' continued on their lioW somelhlns'oul ol Ibe wreck of forced jmirnsv unlil Friday n'lght when Hie O.n.U. flowcvcr with Lolhbrldbo Ifie Ijacdits comimllEd Ihe aviators to canlps organized it will awl be lone wrile' messages ransom before' Talicr follows sull. and telling of Iho ilealli tlireat. IXJXDO.V, ..Alls. Perching will lenve-loni'glit for Jlaly and leaves inounced mie Sept. 1, learins loss-tban 4.00P American soldiers in Kurqpc. GernJarl -prisoners caplnrod by American forces will be held unlil tho peace Ireaty is rnllfied by con- CURIOS FOR MUSEUM VAXCOUVEft, Aug. sail- ing" ship Jane fj. Slanforil, of IbD Cana- ulan, rtoljcrt Dollar Company, .is ex- pected to arrive here this ufternoou from Tfen Tsin 250 Ions ft cur- r ios tor too Floral Ontario 'Museum of ArcliioloBJ. aL Toronto.'' AUSTRIA'S SHARE OF CHINESE BOXER -INDEMNITV UniS, .Aug. TUe pe'a'ce dclegallou uas senL a note "tu llio supreme council asking that tria's share of ILe Chinese iloxcr ly-' dcmnilr be not ivaiveil because ol-llio Austria. llnaoclnl condition of PASS EXAMINATIONS TO ENTER ALBERTA'S HIGH SCHOOLS The following Is a list ot-tha sne- esslul candidates nhlir. School Dep at the -Grade S or l Gxanlinn- (esslul r tidns: Alreilcd, Lilly Ablioit, Gordon; Aberhart, Jcancltc O.; Ackcnuan, Janlki M.: Ack-lnnd, Do.vd II. ton, Ida Angus; 'Adam, Maude; Adams, David S.; Ad Bailey, Lorcna May; Uailcy, Mnriofie 0.; Dain, Allan E.; 'IJaird, William- llakcr. Albert win. Cha Di .rlw O.; .Hi Ilalrtwlll. Donald It.; araa, Kllzalioth B.; Adams, Jean I Morris; narharn, lams, Lillle I'.; AdamJ, William Gordon; Barker, Baldwin, Ball, Kalblcen S.; Uallancc. Helen K.'i Dnllard, Olive O.; Banlis. Annctla I.; Dannlslcr, Ethel; Bannister. Frederick -WJ; riartior, Di'saln H.: Darker, Glailys; Bercov, Adams, Lillle I'.; Adams, William C.; Artdemnri, Marjorii; Agar.' Fran- cle: Aihlns, Brfip; Ailkcn, Donald; Aitken, tJeorge 11.; Albcnlc. Lliolhc; Albert, W.' II.; Albrocht. Angclinc; Al- Inecht, Viola P.; Albnschics, Elsa; Alexander, Gordon; Alexander, Hector A.; Alexander, Ellen; Alexander, Mar- garet Jj.j AlexauJer, Theodore TC.; Allan, Karl; 'Allan Harvey; Allan Mar- Kiret; Allanach, Annlo; Alhisia. Jean; Allen, Grnco B.; Allen, Evelyn Al.; Al- len. Allingham, OeorRC Allison. Dorothea M.; Allison, K.; Allison. T.eo It.; Alloll, Freddy.; All Alloll, Fr rccl Kenn elli h.; Allred, Charles; Allrcd. Marfrac; Almgran, Lilly C.; Al- ston, Leone; Allon, Janet M.; Am- brose, Minnie; Anderson, Charlie; An- dcrsDii, Cornelia; Anderson, Effio; Andersoti, Oprley P.; Anderson, Janel K.; Anderson, I, Illlnn; Anderson, Lill- ian K.; Anderson, Ande Uo'rolhy; 'Darker. Gordon F.; Dar- ter, Marjorie; Barkcy, Elmorc; Ilarnljrlck. Margaret; .Darees, rrcfl; names. Margaret; Ilarnea, Ziln; Darnell, Mario H.; Barr, Ellen K.; llnrctt, Itosc; Bashaw, Inez; B.i- Bhaiv, Lillian 0.; Estonian, Eclilli; Ugl- ier, Vicloria; Laucr, Kslhcr; Helen Bawtlnhilrner, Percy- H.; Haync. Mnrj' J.I Mauilc; llenlrsln, Marv G.; O.; rjcaUic, Alice K.; Bcnltle, Gcojee DcnMic, Ollvo A.; Bcjttlc, Thomas; Bcaltie, Lester E.; Beaumont, Aubrey; BccV, Slary Becker, Krank; Bctl- domc, Thcron F.; Beebc, Bcsslo G.; Degg, Joseph S.; Ilenlcls, Wise; nchlels, Laura; Boll, Alberla M.; Bell, Alic.o H.; Oliver; Bell, William; Bclshclm, Annie; Uenctlfx, Melvn M.; Henldlctson, Mary Ben- nett, Alfierta; Bonnelti Dclilln; Ben- >farjorie 6.; 'Anderson, Marjorlo; An- f. derson. Itoyj Ruth; Ander- son. llnlh Anderson, Samuel W.; I Anrlcrso'n, Andcrsoni Vcr- on A.; Aniterson, NVilliart A.; An- Klni'a1 A.; Anderson, James; May; Appcrson. Leonora; LApplcby, John B.; Archer, .lane; FArcher, Norman I.; Archer, Hoberl Harold; Arlftndson, K.; Bowie, Arthur C.; Uowleii, Mary Boiviuan, Joseph MT.; Borvnian, Nellie E.; Bowman, Pauline E.; Uoy- onncr, Allred; Uoycc. John, w'.j Boyd, Mnrgarel; Jloyd. Wallace; Boy- den. William J.; Doylcs. Itex IJoy. hychnk, Marie; BraOBliaw, Olcnwood P.; Bramloy, Jlooro W.; Brandt, 'Klsio B.; Branham, Alia P.; ISranhain Jesse IJrandt, John Brasctb, Florence K.; Uraseth, James It.; Braselh, Helen; Hraunincrgcr. Ida; (Jertnnle; Brcrkon, Ethel Jt.'; Itrcnnnii, John C.; IJrennels., Mary; Brercton, Diehard L.; Brellhnuer, Haz- el E.; Broycr, Margaret M. Brcwrink, Dorla H.; Ureffster, Brings, (ilndys; Brings, Olive M.; IlrlsseUe'. Camillc; Brown, Alice E.; Brown, AInia 0.; Broivne. Betsy well. Henry; Calhoim. John It.; Cal- kins, Mildred; t'abyez, Mary; Caldor, Edilh M.; Lesley L.; Oaldcr, Marcarct M.; Calkins, Kathleen P..; Callaharn, Hose U.; Callriway, Lillian A'.; Callaway, Mary E.; Ciilvert, Char- les H.; Cameron, Galh.v; Cameron, Jenny; Cameron. Lee; garet; Cameron. Bes- sie; Campbell. Colin; Csninhell, Dan- iel W.; Camcbcll. David G. A.; Camp- bell, Hilda J.; Canipbpll, Ian Campbell, Marjory; Campbell, Xora; Campbell, 1'ctcr; Campbell, Thalma C.; Cannon, Caroine, Nota M.; Card, Dorothy E.; Carey, Corhclt: Carl, Day L.; Carlson, Annie Jl.i'Ciirl- son, Carlson. .Nora; Carlson, Oacar; Carlyle. Ian B.; 7Cnrmiaeheal, Annlo; Carmlcheal, (llenn X.'; Carr, A.i Brown, Ceiil; Brown, JKHinboth I.! Daniel L.; Carrol, Adolie B.; Urowr., Elsie; Brown. Emily; Brown, Ena II.; Brown, Froil; Hrown, Gladys M.; llrown. Brown, llolon L; Brown, Ida n.; Brown, I9u- hella; Brown, Broivn, John; Brown, Laur.i L; Drown. Leroy; Brown, Malzlc; Brown, Maxwell, A.; Ilrown, Mayiiard 0.; Brown, Mllllccn.t; Brown, Ilex; Brock, Lcnora T.; Droc'k- le, Gladys S.; Brockie, Kalhcrlne H.; iictl, Frederick; BcnnetU JBmes; Ben-1 iiroilcracn, 'Anna; Brodic, -Muriel; netl, Louise. Merle; Ben- nrody, Sadie; Brooke, JlarloJ nelt, Violet William; I Brooke, Kenneth .1.; Brooks. Mar- nenjinlllor, Arthur Bendey, James [gnret M.; Uroaleir, IHr.el U.; M.; Hereof, Kdna; Berg, Kflnnj Bere. Brothcrton. John; llrmvnlcc. hau- Kva; Ilorso, Elsie M.; Bergen, Hrnnleos. Angus; n'rnliakcr, Ber- NcllioM.S.; Carrol, Thos.; Carruthers, loris Carrnlhers, lloien 'G.; Car- icallen, Allan; Carson. Cars- voll, ;.Vcill; Carter. Alice C.; Carter, Alia; A.; Carter. Bcrnalf Carlyle to'hcrt II.; Carlyle, William T.; Cash Lcalio; B.; Cns- Vcrna; Cathie, Dora M.; Cavalier. An'loncllc; Cavil. Margaret E.; Caw- thornc, Margaret; Cawthornc, Helen U'.; Chndderton, Edllh; Chtiflin, iltnnchc; Chalnisrs, Jean; Chambers, Bergeaon, Mab J.; Bergh, John A.; Barnard, Bernlcr, Yvonne; Bertraiid, Florcnco; Helton, Fred; til- baud, Herbert; Btckoll, Karl D.; JIM. TIC, Mlnnc K..J Ircns n, ji> ir-ntiauii, irm- TIC, n r ilfred; Armbrusler, Kllzibeth B.; Inell, Hersel II.; Bllklii, BlUon, Clifford J.; Armltage, Joo; Wlnona; Armslrons, Oeorge Armatrnne. Gerald Armstrong, JSettle Arraslronr, Jlinnloj Arm. jtntronEi Reiigle 0.; Armstrong. Wy- rbournc; Arnoltl.-. Jessie >i.; Arnold, brlfllph Arthur, Marjorla; frofl, Ash, N'onnnn; Ajkln', JiTioinaj Asnlnall, Nina P.; Allier' Eton, Wlnnlfrtd; Atkins, Edna; Alklna, j UlIeen'B.; Altrlll, Arllinr O.; Altvooil, KIlMhclh B.l'Au'del, Alberla A.; AiiM, 1; Aungcr, William Auilln, MarMn K.; Aiily. HaieH A'.; AtlzleT, (ieorgo -AV.; Anderson, Ken- ncth; Andress, Tlicrcia, TJabb, Bnbcock, IMclr.'min, Hacon, Otorgi 11.; Clarence'; Batlncr; Marlln Darnell, JUy (I.; Billon, nalph'; Ulnns, Donald jr.; liinicnhcrger, Tinnlc; Blrl, F.nfla; Bishop, Beatrice; BUbop. Wllllo A.; Bjprk, Bjorkland, Black, Charles D.; Black, Stephen; Block, -Verh; BljcKbum. Hazel; tlincklock. Blockwood, James; BUIr, Bllzabcth; nlair, father Blair, llolcno.M.; Blair, Helen Blair, Isabella; Blake, Edllh; Bland, Edith Blcgcn, Minnie; Blench, Alma Blocksone, Ocorce A.; Bloom, Marina; Doc, Lill- ian" Mildred JJonner, ilcanlc 1s.; Bonncy, -Joim; .Booker, FreJ. K.; n.ortij-lilgo, Thomas; Bossciybcrry. Irene; Bos- lha; Bruliarker, Until A.; Brun. erl; Ilriin, William; Uriniuatto, Kmilln M.; Brunucr, Georgia; Brtnnler, Maf- flu B.; Drnns, Kdtllc; Uryan, Hueh; Bryan, Oelnvla Bryant, Emerson E.; Hrrant. Olntlys I.; IV. C.; Bryco, .toseph Buchanan, Tloso; Buck. Harold; Hirekloy, Eileen'0.; Buchler, Helen M.; Bnchlcr, Donahl Bull, Sarah N.; Dimkcr, Eilylhe M.j Bunnelt. Klhel; Bnrch, Maude; Burgess, Olarlyj Kathleen Burke, Edmiiirt W.; Oiirkhpldcr, Harold; Burkholder, Mnlllda; Burns, Raymond; Bnmslao, Alice; Burr, Clarico; niirrell, A. A.; El- eanor; Bnrroll, draco Ion; BnrrOirs, Lydla; Burl, Vcrnlc'o S.; Burton, Lnwrenco: Bnrlon, M'ilbeVtE.; Busrh, OJ.irlj-3 C.; Buss, Oerlrndc Btitcharl, Donald K.; )JnlgereH, Am- amla; Bnlgercll, Evelyn M.; IJnllcr- wirV, Hilda; Bycrs, IfnmlUnn; Bycrs, Ion, Mary; Ilollcrlll Ella; K; Margnfcl 11.: Hoiirchlf.r, .Joan Bower. Nor-i' Alice; Ciide', (Irnve; .Cpldpr, man J.; Bowes, IJoiclcs.jVwiialDiiiic.in; Mian; Cbambcra, Calhcrino H.; CocJiran, Dorolne.i M.; Cochrane, B. 0.; Cochran, David XL; Coffay, John; Cpltey, Marguerile; Gertrude; Oo.iles, Blanclie K.; do, XIarjory C.; Danylchuk, Stcplicn; Danylchuk, William; Darnell, CCeonc Mi; Day. Alfred T.; Davey, Gladys O.; Davla, XI.; David, Frances E.; liuu, k.ujiied IJlunUUU h, ColdwcJl, Annie; Colo, Davioso. Margaret; Dorcen 0.; Cdl'e, Miidrtd; Cole, Neva; navidson. '-.i Davidson, Edith Cole, Willie; Colemai., LcoiiarJ II.; "avlnson. EJIzahnlh: Davidson. Solicit, Alfred Norma; Col n Davidson, Davidson, Davidson, Jlilureir JL; David- Dav: lin. Harriet A.; Colllnson, Afred.W.; IsOMrMyrllo V.; Danes, Parry; Gladys; Congdcn, u.; Ics.-Daviil G.; Uavla, Dorothy 7onn, KdUilenn- A.; Comiachen, Bos-1 M.; Davis, .Elisaueth; Dav- ?anne; Council, Bruce; Connell. Char- Bvcrcll; Davis, Davis, lie S.; Connell, George; Connelly, El- Grace S.; Davis. Mae; Davis, Pearl A.; Connor, ICunlce; Connors Uavla, Sulle; Davison, Dawes, innors, Gerlrndc E.; Cook, Dnwspn, .Klsio; Dawson, 31.; Ci Jean; Co Aaron; Allan G.; Cook, Uazel; Cookc, Alberla Cooue, Francis Cooper, Ashley.; Praiu.es Cooper, Freda It.; Cooper, Margncr- James C.; Day, Louise; Dayinond, Arthur Dean, Clarretta; VS'tlKam Donald; Dcbuse, Ernest; Deby, Emclla; Dell, Kingaley; He; Ccopcr, VelmdV.; CoopsJ Plorencc [PemBrchah, Koilh JL; Alice Earnest; Chrialcn. Ornco E.; IciisOn. Carl; Chrlslenson, Chambers. Theodore; Ucorgc C.; Chandler, RicharJ; Chap- Chapmnn, Horace; Chap- man, Wilbur; Chappell; Margaret G. E.; Charlchols, Arthur; Churlcs, Tom; Chnsc. Elwin C.; Chekaluk, Chevalllnr, frank J.; C.; Chldloiv, Slewarl M_.; Chinworth, Birdie; Cumworth, JJlan'che; CtiUtlck, llarvev Chovvn, Chris- Faith ChrtStenson, ValborE A.; Christie, JeanlU.; Chrltloirers'on, Ethel Church, Florence E.; Clansey, Char- les; Clark, Andrew; Clark. Elizabeth W. M.; Clsrk. Mabel Mol- ba G.; Clark. Stanley II.; Clark, Thomas; Clarke, Charles; Clarke; JOB- Clarke, Maoel; .Clarke, MaudO E; Clarke, Thomas II.; Clarke, Vcra M.; Cldnfleld; Elsie; Claston, Marloii V.; Claslon, rtiith A.; Cloland, Cnrrle.li.; Cloovia, Kathlceri; Clemens, I.; ClemenU, Cloi'erdon, Alice; Clifford, Annlo: Clint Julllotl Coch.lan, Xormiin; Cdcliran, O.; Cohen, Harry; Copilhorne, George; Corcoran, John; Lena; Corn- wall, James D.; .Corse, Margaret M.; Molly; Costcilo, Jarnai; Cos- tcllo, Mabel; Albert Edylhc: CoiiHirv.-Wllla V.; Coupland, Bdna; .Court; Willis' Jean fl.; Cox, riorpncq: Cox, Ruth; COXOTI, Mary Violet. M.: Craig, Ar- thur Clmrllc; Craig, CrslB, LorBliie c'.D.j Craig. Nellie M.; Cranclall, Crawford. Helen .G.; Crawford, Mar- on; Creer, braer'A.; A.; Crelehion. Fredeiick D.; Creiehlon, [da A.; K.; Cclelilon, 3wen P.; CrlmTck, Laura; Crooibio, Queenlc; ItalphiLCrookK, Good- win; Crosby, Mary Cross, Clar- encB Crossley. Wil- fred; Crowe, Edith; L'rozler, Jaraea K.; CmlcVBhanks, Olkc; Crutn, Clarenw; doba, Dorothy Gerald; Cullcn, Thomas Guitar. Ernesl; Curiioer- Gladys 'Harold Current, Gladys; Currle, Jean 1.; Currle. Mol- lie; Curry, Lan-tencc; Cnrtls. William P.; Curfls, Myron i Cnlhberlson, Jean; Culsungavltch, -William D.; Culsford, Cora; Cyr, "Arthur Cyr, Dorla M..K. M.; Cyr.'Lizzlei Katrlna; Datoc, Byron; toc, lla Dafoe.'Frank H.; Dahl, CharlotlPj Dahmc-r, Carl Mv.; Dally, Or- vlllei Leonard; Daley, J.; Demsky, 'Mary; Denny, Hazel; Dentman, The.i; Hannah; Deslanrierd, Marie A.: nesmet, Mary J.; Devall, Doris ft.; Deverall, Donald; Devlin, Helen; Dewar, Day, Asa C.; Dey, Margaret. K.; .DeYouiig, Joseph 'W.; Dichrnrml, .Ronola -'W.; Dison, Helen; Dlirenbncher. William Dlnncy, Ruby L.: Dlrkts, Ludmll- Ift; Diltrlck. Francis P. Diip'n, Colin A.; Frances; Dixon, -Isaabellal Diiou. Margaret; Dixon', Wilfred; 'Dob son, Doris; Ethel; Dodd, Will; -Dodds, Blake; Diidds, Mildred M.'; Dodson, Elden; DocrDorothy; Do Bellaf Dohcrty, 'John M.; Do- 1 icrly, William; Dokkcn, Victor; Don- ey, Orvnl; Doollttle; rcne; Doran. Mayellc C.i Doran. SrTorlock S.; Dorach, -'Vatnrla; Betlie; Douglas, Dofis; Dojiglas. Jessie Douglas, Kalh- Dow, Emily; Dowell, Haltie; Dowllns. Mabal; Albah; Downey, Allz; Doyle, Yvonne; b.raegov Miles Drake, .Gerald; Drake.. Grace M.; Drandson, Dr.ebert, Emma; Drew, Joseph; tillen L.; Driver, Fred; 'Driiy, Dubprd, KKanne; Duce, dfncva; pjckelt, .Myr- tle M.; Ethel E.; pupgdri, fcric M. Duguld, Duke, Jlonorn; Dullca, Francis; Duncan, James; el M.; Bdmondson, Martha B.; '-Ed- Strom, Edith It'.; Edwards, Ina M.; Ed- gen, Olfrid; Egy, Nellie I.; Eichcii- laub, Edward; Ekclumd, Johu E.; Ek-'- man, Walter; Esther; Elford, Thornley; Roderick; .Ellingsoh, Dan M.'; Elliott Charles R.; EllioJ, 3.; Ellis.-'- lazcl I.; Ellis, Jack; Ellis, Ellison, fl-nth; Charles'; vood, Jaiaes K.; E'llwbod, Mary Elson, Elmer S.; ElwarJ, S. L.' Ger- old; Ellin, Hilda. W.; Elves, Jmmctt, Fred; Emslie, Bcttsy; Celtic M.; Emrich, Charles E.; Einer-: Gerlrude. M.; cry, Greta; Empey, O. Mm- son, Hoy W.; Erigel. Ely'A'.; Engct-: king, Laura; Entlcknal, Edllh K.; Erlckeori, Evelyn T.; EricUon, Viola. G.; Eacolt, Evelyn'; Esdale, JIary'R.; Kthridge; Ethel R.; Elphcrlnglpn, rtnlh; Elsell, Stan-' ley Connie; Janies S.; Evans, MnvJoryA.; Evely, riorplhy R.; Everest, Lillian) L.; Exlay, IJoris.' 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