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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 8. 1020 THB DAILY HEKAU> PAGE ELEVEN PUBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTIONS CINtRAL SCHOOL PROMOTIONS Grade VII.: to Grade Margaret Matlieivb, Jean Jlelvin. Helen MeKlllop, Loruis Blackboarue, Gwendolyn Hammond, Olive Norman; Uutb, Urstnbacu, Walter Hysop, Jack Schloifer.'DavidiVyilson, Gladys Green, Furman.' VII.- Gra4e Barnico Cameron. BoMile Blunt, Joe Carson, Bob Glllesple, Ralph Harvey, Alyn JohnsoivMajglo Twaddle, Beau- niti Goldstein, Asea 'Belovltch, BifrtoB- Crabb. Harold Reid. Grade t fjttcomrttcndeii Margaret -'-Asnllii, Otllund, Msttle Ott. Maurice Saundertou, .Agues, McLean. Grade VI. to Grade Honor. UoydeG, Wlnogene Brandon-. Evellyn Watson. Bob Allistic Douoou, Jini Jack- SOD, Freddie GraSf VI. Ib'Grade Honors Mil rjcrrie Martin, Douglas Williams. GrioWI.'to Grade. Pass Given Bowirim, Jennie LiuKard. Lyda Petereou, ISUiel Peterson, John Kelver. Stuart Archie lie- Sarah Solovitcb, Alfred Chap- lin, Harry Clarence McLean; Stanley Stanley' jVobbths. Gride VI. to Grade Recom- Kilty1 ;Hutton, Balemau, Cloiu Hutlon, Harold Bro- die, Edith Rerommended Marion Wrtcie. Grade III. te Grade llnlph Collins, Jean Crawford. Itoslo Fong, Martha' Grant. Hamilton, Heleu Ms'Rsrdr Mamby, Lo.tlie Salter, Helen Wright, Harry Whitney, Madge Mas- Saunderson, Adllup Jeu- ien, Gladys Rollsf, Owia Barrow, Alembrem McKay, Gor- don McS'abb, Herbert Lamb, Wllllo Page, WIlJMa Sydney King, Join McKijnoo, Vlrsell. Qri'de III. Kalbilsen Martin, Leonard Under- wood, Jack Mitt-hell, Bruce Barrow, Do Bald Codd, Muriel Logan, WinateGIlL-. III. to Grade Alice Smith, Eileen Trowhill, Laella Fnne, Hilda Piatt, Eleanor -Schendel, -.Hfldur Grids III. Doris Caplin, Verha Porter, Dorothy GUI, Harrison, Warren Johnson, frank- Loiefor, Don- ald McLeod, Sydney'OliTer, Beatrice Rewmmtnded Margaret Perry.'''. Jean j .Ha rold Jarrl Molly Beresfo'rd, Albert Ftchlcn, Ass'n Sumner, Her- man Krauso, Stanley Jones, Lee. Tommy Smith, Degaim, GarHeld Northam. Frank Annie McEwan, Heleu Kaszas, Lilian Thomas. Karl Arnmur, Willie Tick- ner, Dick Leigh. From Grade I, to Grade II. Etela Burtcli, .Alice Bpgue, Lollta Wilson, Margaret Kozardi Mary IRE6ULT6 OF THE LL.B. EXAMINATIONS, UNIVER. SITY'OF ALBERTA s, Sarah Hunter. Marjorlo >tc- Matson, George i'al- bot, Helen Zllaggi, J6hnnie. Heuler- Mattie Calleld; Arthur Zimmer- man. Fred Prusik, Fred llomancliuk, Sthcl Gall, Muriel James )uuu, Paullue Pauleuke, Dannie Jrabb. Nick. Onitrylchuk, Grace Gray, -ottie Martin, Ruby Cafield, Alfonse landQuist, Thelma Dtc'ausl, Herbert "lackee, Panel Kerr, Ernest :OsbornB. Vera ;FraEer, Ronald Hick. Grade VI. to-Grade Mabie Hamilton, Mary Hamilton, Eileen Waddlnjfoii, Georgb Splrro, Anna SandqulsV William Weir. Koth -alee'u QuInnrJack Clarke, Jlurriel Alii- Marguerite" ;Hili, Marjorlo Fur- man; Grade.VJ. to. Grade .Jean Campbell, Constance. Hembl-i Ruth Trowhill, Marjdrle HallTFOrth, Ing, Teddy Israel Solovitch, Solby Codd. Abie Bickman, :.Lbulte Kiwect B-erhice Osbofnt, Molly Sadorski, Dick Clarkei Chiilw Helwlp.'-Roy Hendry, -Eric' Johneon. Fre3 Kenny, Gordon Maiwell, Matt Stickler. Grade III. Jr. to Grade (II- Sr- Hewitt; -AgiKB. Hewitt, Ida Oebornc, liulph Lois Lath- ront, Una Gilford, Ernest :llutb Qulnu, Hilda Proctor, -Gertrudo" McXiilty. Janics Barrel. Grade VI. W Grade ;V" mended Irene Hlsk.'Uoris Tomnklns, Oda .Weir, John LaVeon. Grade James, May Manning, Mackay, Katherlne Pratt, Roxie: Mar.i.oh; Dunhiin, Cath- erlrio -.Marlpii '-Hamilton, Thoron Brown, Normatf Harris, Sob ert Lundy, Ma'rlln Moscovitch, John-Tauceb, Wllllo JHard y; jiob.ei t Lawson, II owani Jen (kyoilinan, Edward Thomas, Sydney Munday..' '.Promoted tp'Juiilor III. Marlon Livie; Rebecca PhylliB Raworth, Fidora Drobat. Beat- ToinmioGreeu, HuBU Lawford, Kenjrlce Etoi'othy Os- DtV Wallace. vjborno Guest. Grade V. to'Grade Doris Goodman, Annie Royee Craig.-Harry Rose, Cbarlie Mc- Willie Kenny, Zina neningcK Roy Harrison, Grant Ursen- bacli, Reggie Crabb, Jack Reid, Viola Frauds, "Charlie Furman, Vera Bores- rdrd, Vera RIpley, Blanche Black: Jeau' I'drbes, Mary Goldstein, Dorothy Pugh. Cecil Bryahs, Clarence S.weilzer, Gcorgo Mere. Jack Link, 3'auey Grade to Grade '.Jean Brodie, Morris Belovltcb, Love Sullivan, "Douglas" Kelver, .Nora Whitney, Jack Hullou. Recommended Willio .Grade V.> to Grade GALBRAITH SCHOOL PROMOTIONS Grau'e VII. to Grade Lillian Seager, Fred Holmes, Mabe: Parker, Joe Morris, IjHiira-.Grisedale, John Talbot; Violet Fichtein: Grade VII. .to Grade Bessie Lang, Margaret Ritchie, Dave Dunlop, Albert McQniro, Gordon Me Kenzle, Bessie Wbrthington, Francis Arrowsmitb, George', 'Osborne, Vera Webb, Alice Fox, lilj- Adnltt, Marion Ralston. Grade VI. to Grade .VII. Clifford Mitchell, Jack Thomas, Hec tor Peacock, John Chalmers; -Florence Lamesfield, LiU McQuire, Isab.elle Rae, Mary Logan, John Filler, Eliza Alleen Long, Edith Mannings, Margaret Logan, Sarah rev Good, James'Korr, Eric Linjard, Ward, Ida Leigh, Harold McDonald .Grade V. to Grade Lily Meiling, Ellaj Sullivan, Mas Browii, Mary i Janet: Scott Florence' Parker, Joe Laklei Grade V. to Grade, ...V PSEied Blanche Beresford, Margaret Both- up, Harriet Chapliu, Jessie ..Lindley, lauet McGIMivray, Marjory llaby, rJeritricd; ;'Raby, Dorothy Wallace, Phyllis''..White, Anna Netta Stafford. Uavid Corenblaum, Landan 1'urtis, KmirDanielson, -Fred Daweon, Day, Tom Gapt, Thurhor Harris, lau Hendry, Reed Holman, rtalph Hysop, Kied Lockery; John Mc- Jilllvray, Dwight. I'atlerson, Burns Art'aur' Scott, Marvin Smith. Recommended George Alexander, Kenneth Bonnell. arade V. Jr. to Grade V: Vera CMlins, Elleda Levitt. Dorothy Eilzalcth Taylor, Uafnie .Mos- Pratt, Vernie -Harris, Louise Muliler, Eileen Clcary, Lor- 'ninc Lsai. Lillian Kelvin Kerr, Edith Craig, Theodora Ostluml, VMola Smith, Ruth Schlcifor. Srade V. Jr. to Crade V. Marjorio. Allison, Corlnne Foi, 9eleu Ethel Metcalfe, Pansy, viulck, Frank O'Learj', Douglas Me- ravish. Tom Pugh, Bwert Normon, lean Macbeth, Jean 7Iamilton, Willie Donald' Van Home. Myrtle rVinter. Gordon Keel, Harold McKillop. Harry Sadowskiy Alex Marshall. Doi is dunhanvMclTln Dafoc, John Brecken- ridgc, Douglas Shirpobothain, Andrew vrohot, Bessie Lpvcring, John Davies, Xvid Davlea. Grade (Vi to -Grade Margaret' Uarr, Russel Boydch, Balder, Doris Connie. Marion Constance Hope, Klsa Man- ling, lirelyii Patter- Eisle Proctor, Lavcrne Quick, llfred IlQue..- Grade' W. to Grade Ruth David Calder, Tom larlfleld, Anna-Rinley. Eflie McNulty, Jarenerlto 3tubbs, Arlan McN'eely, fames Mero, Alfred Oil, Ada Kelson, 3thel Mitchell, Phyllis lllpley, Arnold lauson, 'Jun6 Breckcnrlrlge, Mona VaOell, liolty Church. Clifford Oil, irnold C: aarris, C WCSTMIKSTER SCHOOL PROMOTIONS Annie Matouslk, Arthur Arrow- smith, Ada Summer, Laura Fisher Harry Ford, Calvin Fairbanks, Jim Tennant, May King Muriel Clarke, Elizabeth Hannant Duncan Chalmers, Emily Befent, Tom Lustiraan, Frank Koiler, Bertha Ford Albert Burnham, Elaine Thomas Ethel Ross, Jame'e Dunlop. Grade )V. to Grade Bobble Reed, Christens Baird. An- ie Berent, Edgar Joow, Charlie Sava. Grade IV. to Grade Hose Gonslsy, Anaie jHallj Isabelle Anderson, EHzaheth '.Morris, Ernest Vines, Kenneth lUrold i Fisher, John MartlTi, John Eliiabpth Jarvle, PhyiMs Clarke, Clar- ence Radloy, LUoy Mob're, Waller Mac- Donald, Renard Fox. Grade III. to Gr.de Bessie Daisy' Baird, Willie Rae, Jarl Sandquist, Lillian Arrowy emlth, Violet Arrowsinith, Annie Foxi Katherihe Knight, Bessie Chrjssie Sunnier, Mild- red Sullivan, Frank-Thomas, Clifford Zimmerman. Grade III. to Grade Edna faulkner.iMalsle.McPheat, Al- bert Tickner, Jean Sumner, Jessie Thompson, MarJorl'e.Ramser, Robert Dunlop, Hazel McQuire, Clifford Hea- ton, Arthur Smlth.'AIIco Logan. Julia Benekaratis, Winnie JonCs, Charlie Grade VII. to Grade Mary Clements, Barrett .Horace, Willie Giles, Willie Knowlden, Hetty Funucll, Lorui Gleau, Ralph Robin- son.' Grade VII. to Grade James McLcllauil, -Alex Wilson, Jessie Wilson, Annie Kerr, Mary Me Gowan, Violet Logau. Recommended Norman Desmond, Richard Coultry Edwin Skinner.. Grade VI. to Grade Ingram. Grade Kerr, Violet Sounderson, Myrtle Stevenson Eaar' Hddglns, Th.im, Dodd, Violet Lowe, May' McNult) S'ellie Walker, Walter Geiger, George Glanrjlle, Archie Jones, Arvld Larsen John Watson. Grade VI. to Grade Doris Roberts. Elsie Clayton.-Her bert Wliltoms, Myrtle Hyssop. Recommended Phyllis Payne.1 Grade V. to Grade Madge Annctts, Isabel Dodd, George Morden. Leonard Binning, Eric gaigh, Winnie Desmond, Edith Evans, Doris El.le fyayne Gladjo Hodgtns, Mildred Little, Marguerite Mathows, Edna Olander, Margaret Roberts, Doris Hose, James Carter, Reuben Carter, James Oarrelt, Lay rcncc Hodglns, Donald McXabb. Topi Parks, Homer George Wylie. Grade V. to Grade Harold Westcott, Oracle McNully Harold Allen, James Bowker Mary Morden, Ollle Evans, Clarence Larsen. Adam Donaldson, -John Jame "sv d ney Peak'e. ReceTimended .Lloyd Anderson, James Dougdll, Lily Howes, Anuie Carter. Grade IV. to Algy Percy Claytou, Sundy Wyllc, Nora Jackson, Arthur Hos tedder, Kent Ctrruthers, ..Kathe'rjho Cowell, Katlialeen. Lll'.iau Ernest Flinn, Harold Kilner, James Wiaharti Hazel Jones. Sticlla McCallum. Grade IV, to Grade James McGregpr, James William- son, Marguerite Faulkner, Hugh' Fer- guson, James Kerr, Thomas Vail. Ali- son Shells, Marjory Bert Ingram, Robert Williams. Dick Me- Gowan, Andrew Watson, Amy Jones, Kittle Pankhurst, Harry Watson. Eve- lyn Vail; Conditioned In. Arithmetic Olive Hoss, Winnie Gurr, Dixie Howes, Joe Bowkcr, Laurie Davis Litiie Rae.. Grade HI. to Grade IV. Kathaieen Donaldson, Janet Larsen Clarence Hanscn, Robert Peebles Cecil-Westcott, Wilfred Rusael, Ernest Battlst, Wilfred Shreeve, Willie Ker- gan, jack McL-allum, Gordon Shaw. Conditioned in Arithmetic Eva Ivaa Thomson. Recomrnerrded Jesse Carter, Ruby Rose, Bessie Tlw tollow.lng are the results of the subjects in connection with Ihe degree of LUB. The University has umed over the results in the regular inimin'atlpns to the secretary of the aw, soclely, by whom those resulU will be published shortly. Enillsh Conitltutlonil History Claw U. C.; Davies, Ferguson, R. Class G. H.j Crosby. G. i B.; L. Y.l Bums, S. It., and H. R., and Edwards, M. J., aud Gibson, A. anil Henry. II., and Sin- C.; equal. .Canadian Constitutional History Class l.-r-Davles, J. Class Iff-Ferguson, R.; Crosby, C. C. S.'i paw son, H. K.; Edwards, M. J.; Allejv'G. H., arid Henty. H., equal; Alford, V-; Duncan, A. F. D. C.: Barns, S. R, Glbaon, A-'B-, equal; Whiffeu, H. B-; Goldstein, N. B.; souter, L. c: B. Constitutional Law, Dicey and Tarring Clan McLaurin, C. C. S. B.; Crosby, G. C. and Glanrllle, A. T.; Dawson. H R and Oglltie J I! H Stanton H B Mford Heln R. F.: Basarab. J L and, Jones J J equal Puffer, A P Penned r B T W Cliii IlI.-r-DuncanVA- F. and Henry H., equal; Johuston.Ii. C.; Cairns. L. and Btperj-, H. T., equal; Scott, P. C SawuJs S Russell J G kjuriapruderce Cjass L. V.; Stanlon, H. B.; Duhni. P. M.; Dafoc, L. G. Class III G D 1 -slor T aud Ogthle J H equal Glau ville A. B.; Hiebc-rt. J C Scott, P C American o S. Grimmett. T. T.; Xewlands, Boyd. J.: Al- ford V T. J.: Emery, H T Dafoe I G I ar lor T W Glauville 4. T Puffer 1 1 Ancient Law, Main- Class H. E.; Boyd, J. O.'Cbiniori'T. Glanvillc. A. T.; Ogil V.; Ogllvle, J. H.; Glanvllle, A. T.; Grimmett. T.I- Class J.; IJunosn. A. K.; Dtate, P..M.; parslde, T. E. World's Usal Phlloiophlet Class' H. C., and Boyd, J., J. D.; Grim? melt, T. t. aai Dunne, P. M. and Glau- ville, A T, sjJ4 Oarstde. T. K. and O'Connor, T., eflual. Reman Law Class A, T.; Stantoo, H. J.'D. Class Lawlor, T. W.; Ogllrte, J. Cairns. L. y. and Oar- side, T.. B., Dafoe, L. G. Class A. F.; Peunock, F. li.- Class Class Class MANCHESTER GUARDIAN -'PRAISES BOROEN LONDON, Mac- Chester Guardian, '.vuldi gives pretty close attention to Canadian affairs, Bays Sir Robert Bor- den's reflgnailoQ euds a dletlu- gulihed. iremierahlp and marka the end .of >a epoch of first Im- portance in'Canadian politics. The vriter praises iBir Robert's work for the advancement of Canada during the war.as well as for her autonomy and Independence after- wards. however, that with this great work accomplish- ed, the value of the Union sovem- ment ceated Tleiicg his posi- tion In tblg light Borden'a succes- sor rill hard track. OTTAWA, July (By Cansdian The Bankruptcy passed at the first session' of }MI came Into force on July 1 ocrlcr Ihe provisions of the' proclamation: Issued in Jspuw-y last. Somo amendments, which cbn- slderatloa of tha act the paet aro required to Die brad hi (smed by as wrety pany. H is intended that the meat of trustees shall uot be co plcte until the bond has been lied. STORY DENIED Szabo. Bertie Ixsigh.- Grade II. to Grade Mir -Honors Bonifaso Neidermr'ef; Ernest Ber- ont, Vera Johnnie Foche, Annie Rominchuk, Stewart, George Onifric.huk, Elizabeth Martin, Katie Piachuk, Charlie Kaszsas, Archie Clarrett, Nell Burtch, 'Jimmy Radley, Mary Pvuslk, Irene Hull. Orade )l. to Grade George Sumner, Florence' Fair- ou-juji, uiiuii.ii, banks, ChArlie Arrowsmitli, Sadie .'eddy Jack Coromblum, Fred Johnnie Moore, Seargeant, Orise Green, May Button. From Jr. to Grade III. Honori Ernest Pankhurst, Margaret Milroy. Emma Ommer, Annie McN'abb, Dora Williams, Edlna Harding, Hector McGregor, Isa Stewart, Bert Ftlmer, Arthur Giles. Florence Haines, Xcliie Giles, Ronald Pcakc, Mildred Walke Ena Davis, Maud Johnstone. From Grade II. Sr. to Grade III. Jr.- Honors Sydney Kilner, Hazel Jamelson, J. H.; Garslde. T. K Cairns, and Dafoe, L G and Pcuno-t B eijuul. History of English Law Class H. C.; Bovd. J. Class J. D.; Garslde T. E.; Pcnnock, T. B..; Stanton, H. B. Duncan, A. F. and Ogilvle, J. H. and Dafoe, and O'Connor. T. J. am Alford V find Sajers J H equal Cla Public' International G Law Cairns, DEFINE VANCOUVER, '-B. C., July that miners flockluj to the new silver the Portland Canal country may know at ali times on which side ot the bouidan thej aro prospect- ing, boundary-lines between Canada and Alaska are to be clearly defined this summer. Several Canadian government engin- eers were recently on their way Prince Rupert, where tliev will Etart north working along the lines They trill proceed northward until they a party of American government engineers irho are to work south froin the Unuk river. 100 Prince Rupert. A boundnry; trailj cut fifteen years ago along the boundary, will be cleared and new cairns and iuonumonts will ha erected. year showed to be necessary, were made. The rules which contain very important provisions respecting .the carrying out of the act, recently'have been passed by the gOTeruoc-geaeral- In-council. These rules were first printed In draft form and circulated'among the me mbors of the and chartered Canada. Thoy were carefully considered Mr. Justtco Mlildleton of jbf'Toroiito bench, Mr. Justice Hhc Montreal bench, and by v lives of several bar associations.- The act amendment aud rules are now in the hands" of the dlstribuUgri'branch of tho printing bureau and may. be'ob- talned upon The list of trustees Is now before ind will he made The list Is not complete' but for the purpose of having trustees proTlnces so that prbvblonS of the law may be carried otil. It is !kely that supplementary. b'o. considered by council aid a'pprbved at an early date. AathorJie'a trustees TORONTO, July Prefldot Robert Hobson of the -Steel Comyaay of Canada, Hamilton, Ontario, ia a long-dlstance telephone lotervlew Vy a Toronto eveniDg paper tbte afttv' nooa denied the story sent fross Hamiltoii on Saturday that the wkolii steel plant at Hamilton would he shut down today because of 'a shortage of coal and fuel oil. President Hobson stated that only part of the big stoel plant had closed dovm owing te a shorUie of fuel oil and it would be oaly a week. The hlast furnaces wo'aid kept in operation, he said, but the. dearth of oil rwderei) it necessary to discontinue opeu hearth work for present; About men are affected by tie' temporary chutdown. I NEGRO LYNCHED t-------- JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., July Fred Canfav a negro convict, who Is alleged to have .attacked a white wo- man, was killed b'y lynchera last night near TRVIMG TO RELIEVE COAL SHORTAGE IN.EASTERN V.fc WASHINGTON, July tion of tho railroads' observance '.of the service order requiring preference to be given eastern coal mines in the assignment of open top cars waa begun today In tie interstate commerce commission. preference order was Issued recently by the com- niisslon as- a measure to relieve coal shortages in the east, particularly ia New England. Determined protests against continuation of the preference order is expected from a cumber of shippers. m Irene Walton. Ivor Smith, Pass Harry Mrfhc, Edgar Vonderftil torn Flakes The sealed-in goodness of select- ed white corn, ready cookedibr your or supper Delightful Satisfying Economical Grocers everyvhere sell POSTTOASTIES Johnstoue, Robert Mc.N.ib. Mildred Williams, Frank Homes, Jack Long- worth, Peter Jones, Lucy Hunt, Robert Crowe. From Grade II. Jr, to Grade III. Jr. Stella Good. From Grade II. Jr. to Grade II, Pass Tommy JJirrell, Fred Hart, floor go Frayne, Edith Oxley, Konnelh Aitkon, Margaret Kerean. Grade I. to Gride Rosie Wilson, -Alex Shultz, Lcoaard Allen, Gertie Altken, Hoy Marshall, Irene Desmond, Victoria Anderspli, Edwartl Soady, Arthur I.nrsen, Ken- neth Soady, Wllcon Donaldson, Mary Bowkar, Violet Hawkins. Gradt I. to Grade Il.f-Pass Toddle Carrier, Anna .Veilson, nil- He Morden, Xcllle lloae, Jeannlc Mil- roy, Malllilo Miller, Stanley Mallor, Andrew Mary-Jano Shaw, (Gordon Stewart. Jimmy Veale, Xora IJasli. 'tommy Harrison, Archie Jljilor, Freddie Smccd, Peter Jim Stcwarl. IFrom Kindergarten Primary to Qrade I I James Campbell, Car! L-ynds, Lillian McGregor, Charles Ommer. I TaJ-'Of. Dslsy Hunt i I'arsons, Albert Lee, HIM a Gurr, Ken- ]nctli Dash, Klizabcth Stotl, nobort Il'roivn, lieth Copllcigo, Ircdalo Doloy, Laverno Hostcdiler, Sydney Solieyi Alice .Shercr. Harold Flnley. Harry .BsrtloU, Vera Manning, Karl Jjlrtb Clift'orrl i In complianco will; her request, i written fourteen years oso, the ashes I ol Mrs. S. U. Dro'.vn. Now York, who f died last week, were scattered over I the of Liberty from air- I ulf.na. i no BIEIB nil BE mm S.'. No bread has better ingredients than Quaker Bread. No bread has ever been made under a more successful formula, No bread is mads..; 1 under more modern baking methods or more sanitary conditions.. Quaker Bread is the veiy kind you bake at pledged to the same principles of purify as you use the ssriM? rleanly care, we bake as well. QUAKER B the home kind baked oil a larger scale. It costs you less than a loaf costs you when you bake it you check yowr tosts carefully you'll find that true, Buy a loaf of Quaker Bread today, ask your family's opinion of its crispness, its thorough quality, its real superiority. AT Ali GROCERS, OR John Gilmora ltd, Bakers PHONE 378 i ;