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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, IDT-f 4, 1911 THE LKJ'HBIUUGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE SEVEN First Announcement Of COMPANY, LIMITED Head Office: Room 24 Crown Building, Calgary, Alberta Authorized Capital DIRECTORS President: A. G. CREELMAN, Esq.; Vancouver, B. G., Railway Contractor. Vice-President: ALBERT DUNCAN, Esq., Winnipeg, Man., Oil Producer. Secretary-Treasurer: GEORGE E. HUGHES, Esq., Calgary, Alia., Accountant: H. W. LAIRD, Esq., of The H. W. Laird Co., Regimi, Sask. H. H. VERGE, Es'q., Railway Contractor.1'. JAMES PEAT, Esq., Pctrolia, Ont.; of James Peat Sons, Drilling Contractors. RALPH C. DUNCAN, Esq., Winnipeg, Man., -of Ralph C. Duncan Co., Brokers. J. P. FRITH, .Esq., Winnipeg, ;Man., Broker. J. C. DOHAN, Esq., Winnipeg, Man., Live Stock Dealer. BLOS P. COREY, Esq., Petrolia, Ont., Oil' Producer. R. J. SPEERS, Esq., Willde, E. PL BIRNIE, Esq., Pres., Birnic Lumber Co., Ltd., Alia. H. G. .BARBER, Esq., Asst. Engineer Construction, C. P. R. Co., Caigary, Alia. A. M. STEWART, Esq., Financial Agent, Winnipeg, Man. Bankers: CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, Calgary, Alta. Solicitors: '10' MESSRS. CLARKE, MCCARTHY, CARSON MACLEOD, Calgary, Alta. Auditors: MESSRS. WEBB; READ, HEGANT, GALLINGHAM COMPANY, Winnipeg, Man, y-1 Registered Office: 23 CROWN BUILDING, Calgary, Alta. The Company Different From the Others So far we have been able to learn, this is the only Company that has purchased their leases and has a standard drilling rig on the ground before offering any of its stock to the public. Two of the most expert drilling crews in the world are now at work under the personal supervision of Mr. James Peat, of Petrolia, Ont., who, with his sons, has located some of the best oil wells in the world. The first well site is located on Section 24, Township 20, Range 2, West of the Fifth, near the Discovery Well. This section was selected by experienced oil producers and practical deep-well diggers. It is on the cross section of the main anticline. We own the oil rights of the whole section. We are now offering shares of Treasury stock at par value per share, of which shares are already subscribed for privately, and the balance will be offered in all parts of Canada. That means Very litttle time for any one city and we feel assured that the whole issue will be over subscribed in a few days. You can secure it at this office, and others will be appointed later. Room 10 Macdonald Block Lethbridge, Alberta Mail Orders Attended to Promptly. Office Open Until 9.30 p.m. Public School Promotion Examination Lists Below are tlic promotion results til the 1'ublie schools of the'city. In'all grades 'the promotions arc bassd up- on both the vvork'of t-lie term anil tho OHAIIU TO UKAUK r> M.- Hicks, .0. Morrison, A. Kobcrtson, L. Hardy, It. M. Seaman, 1. Scott, A. Kv- lina! examinations; Worthy pupils I ans, D. Ulcwyn, ,1. Johnson, E. Bur- were'abscnt on account of sick-[ Hutton, C. ncss or other unavoidable causes have lin, M. McAdon, J. Smith, R. Mc- thecn rccdmmwilled for promotion, and Camhly, il. M, though their names do not appear in lists; yet opening of school tiicy will be givt-n such standing they deserve. It is inipoitanfc that all pupils re- turn to school 'on the first of Sep- tember. Those -delaying may forfeit (he promotion to which they would otherwise be entitled, All names arc in order of merit. CENTRAL, SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN TO PRIMARY -Miss Ashton's Girls II. Rasmussen, K. Quinn, K. Quinn, R. Ilroad, ff. Gill, E. Appleton, H. Chaplin, V. Temianl, J. Campbell, D. Goodman, B. Miller, F. Keel, .V. Iluck, R. Whitner, L. Stover, Os- borne, J. Ureekenridgc, R. Graves II. Hubfrartl. Boys W. Ball, A. Mac- Kay, Alex. -MacKay, C. Furinan, R. i MacKcnzie, T. .Gant, F. Woodall, S. Cobb, J. Schliefcr, T. Harris, L. llarrs, H. Hose, Bryaus, D. Scott, J. Johnston, R. Crawford. PRIMARY TO JR. GRADE 1 Miss Buchanan's Latlirop, JJ. Hamilton. T. Sadowski, F, Both- j am, H Hlngs, I Bodds, L VirtU( !D Daniel, L P Hei-cr, 4 F Daw son, C Cooper, M Hardy, G. Gresn, V. Kinnear, Q. !Hce, J. Ashcroft, H.' Woods, A. Statyn, 51. Crest, M. Bothahij B. Sang, A.. Hurst, H. Swatsfeger, C. Page, T. Brown. GRADE 1 TO GRADE Shar- land, Neidig, K. Good- man. JR. GRADE 1 TO SR. GRADE 1 Heller, T. Halliclay, T. Scott, J. .Jackson, B. Hurst, S. Robbing; M. Bothani, M. Fairfield, M. Hurst, M. Allison. GRADE 1 TO GRADE 2 Miss MaoKay's. M. Bish- op, B. Elayle, A. Kuapp, 0. Moore, A Sullivan, X Marrs, AI Reid, B Home, B Buck, B Crabb, B Cragc, B. Gillespie, M. Coupland, B. Bran- dow, M. Graves, U. Young, jl. Perry, 'D. Oliver, D. Scott-, B.-- Bryans, H. Neve. JR.. GRADE 1 TO SR. GRADE 1 R. Gibson, H. Stover, M. Twaddle, H. Hanscu. B. Stubhs, L. Perdue, A. Chaplin, M. Lindsay, T. Hutton, M. Tonge, M. Packard, T: Fiske. GRADE 1 TO GRADE Miss E. Sharmaa's M, Plavle, E. Jack- son, W. Ashcroft, Av> Johnson, K. E Fiddes, K Peters, D Robinson, N, Furman, C. Hemhliug, H.' McKillop, A Alexander, B. Blunt, J. Cooper, H, Hamilton, J. Mossey, A Cargill, a Buchau, B Cameron, J. Blenner-Hassett, ''F. Graham, M. Asplin, K. Lcavitl, J. Melvin. CLASS 2 TO CLASS 1-D. Marri- ott, M. Hutton, B. Weaver. I CLASS 3 TO CLASS B. Ber- Iriard, J. Burrell, T. Copeland, A. Reid, H. D. Williams, H. Smith, J. Clark, C.-.Ott.- I GRA'DE 2 TO GRADE 3 Miss 1 1 Gray's C. Cragg, M. Hardie, Lockvood, J. Church, V. Burritt, !A. MiUord, F. Graves, B. Kerr, E. Ball, J. Wells, L. Woods, R. Tracy, iO. Fairlield, E. Bawden, M. Craw-. ford, A. Simpson, J. Fenney, E. Reid, A. Quine, M. Kerr, E. Kevin, R. Burnard, M. Rose, H. Millar, 'M. Ellscker, P. A. McQueen, P. Bartlett, C.'Bufkitt, M'. Proctor. GRADE 2 TO GRADE 3 Miss Boles' Class W. Young, A. MeKidd, R. Elleker, D. Mercer, H. Kanneman, C. Brown, L. Blunt, R. McKay, E. Green, J. Richards, IV Adams, J. Twaddle, G. Waddingtbn, L. Sadow- i ski, I. Goodman, D. OU, E. Davies, L. ICnapman, G. Marshall, A. Gor- don, W. Osborne, H. Wolsley, T. Woods, C. Clark, C. Ncidig, II. Sin- clair, D. Smith, F. Johnson, E. Fow- ler, E, Chaplin, N. McDonald, C. Scree, M. Scree, M. McAdoo, K. due, W. Rose, M. Rosaine, W. Sung, B. Alexander. GRADE 3 TO GRADE 4 Hanly's B. Hagcll, H. Kemm, I C. Kelly, H. Quine, C. Morris, R. I Kerr, D. Allison, C. Freeman, A. Masson, F. Diser, D. Playle, R. Ho- saine, B. Rannard, H. McNabb, M. Seaman, J. Christiansen, V. llosel- Jton, N. Wellington, D. Stotyn, C. Shaw, M.. Burrell, A. Hamilton, I. Rohhins, R. Wilmot, :F. Fenncy, D. Stcclc, fl. Graves, E. Bartlett, M. Marriott, G. Taylor, W. Baylcy, 0. Hick, C. Davis, L. Bobbins. GRADE 3 TO GRADE Miss I Dunn's Smith, N. Crant, I C. Sanclquist, E. Jones, D. Lipping- i well, E. Applelon, A, Stacey, E. Daniel, L. Simons, T. Noble, E. i Marcs, S. Hissclt, M. lliginbotham, H. Irvine; A. Hamilton, K. Hall, E. Holliday, G. BawSQll, M. HtglnhoUi- am, V. Humphries, N. Cookc, A. I Chaplin, L. Bing, .F. Gnlbcaitli, R. Whitney, L. Hubhard, B. Fairfield. GRA'DE 5 TO GRADE G vass Trenliojmc's F. Dawscn, A. I Aitken, NT. MeCnr.ty, A. Canicron, P. 1 E. Farrow, L, Knupman, R. j ScoU'. GRADE I' TO Git AD 15: 5-0. Wy- jman, R. Crabb, P. Bowman, E. Ad- 'ams, D. McQueen, C. lianly, n. iKnapp, G.'Tliompsoiij G. Shaw, V. Dortds, J. Burrell, y. Sinclair, 13. Lowthcr, Goodihah, H. Kerr', C. Discr, J. Harriott, 'A. Gehm, W. SI on icy, M. Reid, B. .Eastman, A. M. Hyssop, L. Scott, L1. Seaman, J. monds, C, Appleton, -A.'AB'ncrbft. 1 TO, GRADE Dawson's U. Tracy, A. Grenii, 1. Lippingwnll, G. Lock- L. Goriioh, A. Crawford, W. HoBpltpn, V. Grant, D. Stilt, T. GRADE 5 TO OUADK 7-Miss'Mc- Xab's Smilli, J. Reid, G. Shcdden, M. Young, N. MacLeod. GRADE .5 TO. GRADE. 6-L. Dun- ham, C. Nelson, D. Aiesandcr, J. Martin, Wilmot, Q. Lodge, V. Bailey, J. Van Haarlem, C. Welling- ton, C. Ford, R. Galhraith, W. De- Wctl, C. Cronkite, W. McAdoo, D. .Marshall, B. Brown( M. Ramsay. GHADK 5 TO GHADE B. Shiirmairs Class II. Church, R. Johnson, J. Crabb, S. Ingram, M. Gibbons, R. Cooper, It. Daries, E. Luwc. GRADE 5 TO SR. GRADE G-ll. Andrew, Sandquist, R. Robert- son, A. Skeith, J. Moscovitch, R. Nicliold, M. Bourns, D. MacLeod, L. Kischel, V. Elton, S. Donaldson, R. Hardy, K. J. J. Murphy, L. Fiensiien, M. Taylor, E. liuliock, W. Watt, J. Baxter, I-L Kingston, L. Proctor. GRADE 5 TO JR. GRADE G-W Martin, W. Patterson, Perry, Archibald. L. Slarks OH I, TO 1R GRADE 8-Mlss Smith's Beach, R Carl son, E. Kaake, A. Gant, R E Reid, A Alad dick, E. Bissett. GRADE 6 TO GRVDD 7 W Hansch L McHam, B Hume, Z Dunsworth, A. Grav'esi A. 'Tarries; P 0 Boulton, II Bis- sett, 1 MKJ'iire 1 Hanlie, I Scott G. Filzpatrick, H. Shenton, G. Jlacr Phec, loivle, U Hutton W Gor- don, G. Ellwyn, M. .Scott, F. Lawson GRADE 7 TO SR. .GRADE 8-Mr. Shaker's Grates, P Pat nek, Htans, L tovler, A "Mac Donalrt, W. Marshall, R. Van Haar- lem A Reed, G Kemrn, H Hutchi- son, G Iiitrner, M Wellington, A Fairfield, G Ptott, D Gillespie, W Hvssop, L Kaakc, C Hansch, E E.- Bonnell, P, Sadowski, L. Sick, Humphries GHADE 7 TO ORADE 8. L. Schweitzer, A Murrav, D Cocq. FLE'ETWOOD SCHOOL Jr GRADE 1 to Sr Curnes Cormick, E Ab A Wakelm, C McGuire, R E. Harris, N. Arnold, D. Cor- mick, N. rirooks, E. Huff, V. Spenc'e, Cbr.iuey, J. Handle, L, Maguiro, A. Graven, S- Tuckwell. Partridge, M, Whelan, E. McGregor, F. V.'atldns, L, Sanderson, H. Williams, J. Brodle, Marr, J. Forbes, S. Vezke, AV. Shirloy, Jl. Clarke, T. Ramsay, W. Holt. PRIMARY TO OHADE I Massoy, C. Patterson, 0. Moen, R. Tudor, R. Donaldson, E. Halnes, O, Coombs, H. Farr, M, Schumacher, R. Carpenter. Beh- nington's P'etts, T. Hobort- son, D, D. Smith, M. John- ston, C. Gilford, F. Alexander, N. Pat- erson, M. Hill, Hodgson, C. Fer- rier, M. Shirley, V.; K. Peake, D. Holt J. Joyce, W. McRae, A. Wiclfs, A. Moen G. Odmark, S. Slarks, IS. t'or- ter, F. Marten, L. J. Tudor, L. Bouck. GRADE 3 to GRADE Water- man's Hoit, 13, ..Sellens, T. Andrews, H, Bennett, j! Johnson, B. Hansen. C. Mathers, F. Watson. GRADE 3 to GRADE Spence, W. Henderson, G. M. West- ley, B. Neve, A. Beaton, L: Joyce, K. Graves, C. Petts. U. EJton, L. Hay, P. Joyce. E. Ford, I. Bouck, 31. Arch- bold. A. Donaldson, C. Darlington, -0. Ramsey, F. Robins, I. J, Parry. (.Continued on page. 8) Cburcfa. School for FOUNDED IKS rttu- allon OnUrlo, ol Fteyins Fl9ldl- fijnjnMlum lit Kew Vvvertt flint n pr'pirwl rorlliB Oclreraiaef 9 Tern belli! Haiti r Calendar atplv to Krmdmasirr, A Christian home and an effective school ate combined in For prospecfus and terms, write the Principal R. L WAEHER, M.A., D.D, St. Thomas Oat. 63 LANGARAC DAY SCHOOLS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE Sliaushnessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C. Unsurpassed in Canada In Buildings, Equipment or Teaching Staffs Schools Re-Oiien TUESDAY, September Sth, To be sure of admission, appli- cations for I9i4-15 should ha, made at once. Calendars sent on application to REV. E. D; McUAREN, .D.D., 8 Stanley Court, Vancouver, i.C, MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Class Residential and. Day College for Boys and Younl Giris and Yourig Women OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1914. BUSINESS CLASSES: Bookkeeping, Stenography, Account- ancy etc. MUSIC: Full. Conservatory Course, Theory. ACADEMIC: Public anil High School Grades, Preparation for the University and. Teachers. Ladies College course for Girls. Fiench Conversation Classes. FINE ART: China Painting. Water Colors, Leather Work, etc. EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE: Dramatic Art, Public Science. For full information and Calendar apply tp...... REV. GEORGE W. B.A., D.D., Principal. Girls-Boys Did ybii ever slop io think that while the Business. Olfice offers greater opportunities than any other walk of-life, it also demands that to be. successful therein you must be properly trained? Are you thinking of enter- ing a Business Career? Then start right by gelling.a thorough, practical training al the, Gadbnit Business College LETHBRIDGE A. M. Fisher, Principal of this College, expects to be in the following towns on. the dates given below. Drop him a note, care of General Delivery, your town, at that lime, making an appointment. He will be pleased to cull oii you or at any place in town you desire, if-'you live in the country, und talk the matter over Monarch.....-----July 24 Tabci- ...........July 28 Cn-assyLake......July Bowl-sland 30 Maclcod......Aug. 4 5 Pinchcr Creek.....Aug. 6 Raymond .Jiily 7 Magralh .v.........July'8, 9< Warner. July 13 Coulis'aifcTSwcc't Grass ...July 14 Barons .July 17 Carmungay July 18 Graiium.........July 23 Cowley...........Aug. 7 Blairmore........Aug. 8 Colcman.......Aug. 10 ;