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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD, FRDDAY, JULY 9, 1909. LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS PROMOTION EXAMINATIONS MIDSUMMER, 1909. Xunu-s in order of merit except in Kindergarten. Pupils absent through illness or other unavoidable cause will be assigned classes when schools reopen. Central School Kindergarten to Hay, LVI. Williamson, G. Taylor, F. Depew, D. Croukite, ;E. Prettie, C. Carlson, -rx. Sparks, V, Raiiey, D. Smith, C: Nourse, L. Simpson, N. Clarke, H. Lethbridge, R. Evans, V. Daniel. Primary: Class Phillips, H. Kingston, F. Faunch, E. Phillips, S. Mason, E. Fried, D. Bilson, R. John- son, E Bradbeer, S. Donaldson, N. Robinson, H. Perry, J. Van Haarlem. Class Chaplin, P. Acton, V. Sinclair, M. Ashe, G Shaw, W. Mof- fatt, M. Hopkins, A. Ashcroit. B. Fowler, C. Shaw, B. Waddell, F. McCracken. Class Hyssop, W. Kurist L. Bennett, E. Jaycock, J. Christen- son, H. Delaney, E. Marcellus, R. Taylor, M. Westley, L. Pecker, L. Goold. Primary. Class III to Class 'Watts, J. Perry, C'. Gould, V Thom- as, V. Bennett, M. Link, S. Bissett, A. Mason, F. Mitchell, L. Magrath, L. Seaman, R. Galbraith, J. 'Martin, G. Young, G White. Class II to Class McDiarmid, V. Elton, W. Martin, M. McCracken, W. NJeill, G Birgen, R. Kempt, R. Williamson. Primer to; First Scott, R. Thomas, E. Fowler, D. Stafford, V. Bioknell, H. White, K. Pierce C-i Wellington, M. Robinson say. Junior First- Reader' t-.> Senior M. Seaniiin, A. Chaplin, Maude Son- man, L. Thompson, B. Fried, E. Kil- lens. (B) P. Houk, R. Van Haarlem, R. D Gillespie, E Bissett, W. Locker, L. Schweitzer, F. Sadow- i Gamble, C Hutton, D. Clarke, G. Dodd, T. Thaten, R Inman Primer--Junior I. BoiKe, AI. Kam-iGulbraiili, M Wdlinj.'to'r., R iilc-i mis. 'E Goothuan, H P CraU'. C Jonos, E Hutton, A Brown, A Hunt, M Young, V McQueen, R Boiko, L Warren. Standard III. A to Redmond, F Fiske, R White, L Conant, M Sny- B Sadowski. M McCann, F Kingston, M Christiansen, A Murray, R Watson. B. to Hill, H Wai- {lace, R Sinclair, B Hutton, M Dow- to Semor-E An- j 3ett, J Wadueii. J drew, B Jones: P Fetter, M Barr, N j phries, D Coltman Whitney, B.. Farrell, N Thompson. Primer t0 First Holt, CAME FROM EDMONTON OVER- LAND PAGE THRU S Holt, C Macdonald, L Scott, S Ni- ven, A Irvine, J Johnston, D Tuck- well, I Kelly, G Taylor, A Lewis, I Scott, E Lowther, J. Needham. Standard I to Stand. II Holt, E Hamilton, M Gordon, V Hopwood, A E Freeman, J Johnston, M Hopwood, R Simmons, M Taylor, L Parry, G Scott, M. Donaldson, S. Locker, H Bissett, M Scott, E Kunst, J Kingston, J lace, J. Nair, R Pipes, B Chaplin, B E Bonnell, C Currie, N Snyder, F Cooke, R McCallum, F Porter. L Smith F Humphries, W Hyssop, H Newendorp, G Moran, G H Brodie, R Niven, E EH- wyn, A Mossum, P Ott, I Hardie, L Sick, H Hutchinson, E Ashcroft, W McEwen, J Barr, V Killuns. Standard II to Smith L Ott, J Raney, K Donaldson, H Simpson, L Burrill, L Gay J McKay, E Niven, 0 Hyson, W McHardie, C Swanson, G Williams. O'Ha- :an, M McCambly, F Henderson, Gordon, F McNair, D Henderson, E Hum- D Young, V Tay- Standard III to Standard Newendorp, E Watson. IF Hagell, M drivers, E Perricr, I Brown, L Young, K Thompson, 0 Williams, M Donaldson, I McAdoo, A Livingston, M Foster, E Kunst, 0 Cronkhite, R Macbeth, G .McKillop, R. Sellens, G McDiarmid, E E Whitney, L McLennan. Galbraith, B McKeown, M Richards, F West, A 1 Geyer, V Hagell, F Whit ney, 0 McCann, L Irwin, M Crawford W Hiscox, N Mason, E Stainforth, M Henderson, W Murray Standard IV. A. to Patterson, M Mason, D Murray, E Donaldson, L Fisher. No trouble with Sunlight Soap. Just follow the directions on the wrapper and Sunlight does the rest. docs never injures hands or clothes. Lever Bros., Toronto, will send you Jree. a cake of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if y_ou mention this oa- per. (Princ.- Rupert Empire.) C. C. Van Arsdol, chief engineer of mountain section of the G. T. P. accompanied by H. A. Parker of Chi- cago, W. K. McFarlanc of New York, and George Kernahan, arrived here VKstfr-tay from Edmonton, having coiru- overland as far as Hazelton, where a sieajner was boarded The party left Edmonton on May 6th and [proceeded on horseback as far a I TC-U- At this poi-n j there was a wait of five days for can joes. Embarking on the Fraser river [they went by canoe to Fort George and at the latter place took horses and journeyed to Hazelton The proposed route of the G. T. P was followed and there was no serious difficulty .experienced, there being a good trail all the way. In the Nechaco Valley some settlers were seen. The climate of the region through which the party travelled, was very fine In the country around Fort George big game abounded. t I Have you seen the New Model Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? It Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer World It is as essential to a business organization as a right hand is to a as versatile in its many functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents: StepKen (3D, Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Room 1 Ott Block Notice to Contractors A large number of buildings are to be erected this season. Talk over estimates on all kinds of building material with us. All grades guaranteed. 5T1CEY LUMBER CO., Just across the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Wholesale Merchants SPECIALS Graphite Cylinder Oil (the very Atlas Reo Engine Ruby Reo Harvester Anto Motor (non carbon oil) Cup Grease, Hard Oil, Axle Grease Linseed Oil Soap, Boiler Compound No More Dust" Sweeping Compound Kerosene Gasoline Western Canada Agency Offices, Maodonald Block Ltd, I III tflMSM Standard IV to Standard V. E. Witting. Lambert, M Smith, T Pennefather, G Kronkhite, D MacQueen, F McDiar- mid, W Neeland, S Gillespie, L Tay- lor, F McNabb, I Wallace, R Link, M Frame, A Humphries, E Parker. J Pipes, E Schweitzer, L Sick, L Mason, E Taylor, J Mitchell, R Bal- dry, R Mackay, R Conibear, V Red- mond. Westminster School III to Class Reding, P Whelton, W Vere, W Lee. H Cockeril, G Godsalve, E Cain, J Logan, P Klopsch, W Symonds, A ereche, P Jones, C Hoult, D Holmes, Schwartz, W Cockeril, W Gereche. N Mills, T Christy, J Ponach, S Wil- liams, C. Heaton, E Mitchell, G Tay- lor, G Bigger, V Haskell, L Radley i M Schoonover. j Class II to Class Lee, S Hofi- inan, D Cooper, J Watson, D Greg- ory, D Thompson, W Harvie, A Wood, Robertson, H McLellan, S Cunning ham, E. Hopcraft. Class I to Class Knowlder, D Kerr, H Gervin, F Cross, F Purock, A L Baines, A Parnell. III to Class Pearson, M Newton, S Sobuliak, P Godsalve, E Westcott, V Richardson, Wilson, G Haskell, H Payne, I-' Sullivan. Class II to .Class Fox F Par- son, W Ford, J Chambers, J Wis- hart, G McLeay, L Movold, 'GVI Mo- vold, D Saxon, D Zouke, J Gresl, W Biggar, N Hy-luke, B Davis, P Wil- liams, 6 Sumner, L Movold, C Pank- hurst. Primer to First Geiger, G Shaw, A Horn, -E Castle, J Gregory M Stevenson, S Mitchell, J Barnett, Z Dunsworth, E Hopcraft, E Wylie, 'A Sprout, C Peters, T Budesheim, R Morningstar, L Gresl. Standard I First Reader to Standard Harvie, B Reborchuck, I Cas- tle, L Persinger, A Radley, G Wil son, E Wilson, M English, M Safiord H Stevenspn, C Baines... Reding, A Oroz, J Harvie, H Gereche, C PTrock R Horn, G Richardson, L Forsia, 3M Bolderson, E Washbrooke, D Russell 0 Peacock, M Movold, M Logan, C Fletcher, E Sullivan, W Budeslieim, J Taylor, I Logan, G Peacock, A Vogel, S Vere. Standard I Junior to Standard I, Senior First Wilson, J Wilson, G Newton, R Godsalve, L Starks, N Bolderson, H Budersheim, W Riley, R Schooner, E. Moore, G Hyssop Standard II Junior to Standard II V Gillies, M Redshaw, W Brown, A Cunningham, 'M Laumen, B Watson, J Sprout, D Payne, E Watson, E Parnell, M Bol- okoski, H Kerr, V Peters, A McLeay, G Bartlett, C Currie Standard II. to Standard Schwartz, G-. A. Castle, "C. Geiger, W. Taylor, I. Cooper, J. Mc- Taggart, H. Pankhurst, M. JSai- smith, A. Vere, at. Kerr, W. Fryer, M. Hyssop, M. Ballantyne, S. Sophy Kravonia. 00000000000 Ky OOOOOOOQOOO ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zenda" ooeocoooooooooooeoeoQ v IMS. Antbony Hope ffewldm laughed believe 1 know wuo It think I've seen Uiiu somewhere-." "Have Sophy's question was breathless. "Yes. 1 know! When we were it York! He was one of the officers there, He was in a box. Sophy, it's the Earl of Sophy did not speak. She looked. The young could be hardly more than on, Sophy suddenly hid behind her friend save my pride, not her generous Julia explains; Sophy herself advances no such bat she could see. She saw the rider's eye rest on Julia. Did it rest in recognition? It almost seemed ingham needs no record.' BO, yet there was doubt Julia blushed, But her head was not but she forebore from smiling or from turned. was evsr less of fL seeking to rouse his memory. Tet she snob than Julia. Robins, no friendship 'was proud if he remembered her face It is the sumsaaF of 1885, and Julia tt very gorgeous. Three years had pasted over her head. Her training had been com- pleted a twelvemonth before, and she had been on her first tour. She had come home to rest and to look oat for a new engagement wore a blue hat with a white feather, a akirt and a red Garibaldi shirt Her fair hah: was dressed m the-lat- est fashion. The sensa- ever more independent of the tips and from across the footlights. The yonng downs of life, on one side or the other, than .that which -united her and Sophy Grouch, She opened commrmkations man, too, being but a young man, blushed a little as he gave the pretty girl by the gate such a glance as dis- wfth the hall scnllery immediately, and creetly told her that he was of the "Sophy was as mnch of a darling as same mind as herself about her looks. ever" Is her warm hearted verdict I These silent interchanges ofr opinion on The hall was not accessible to Julia. such matters are pleasant diversions as nor Woodbine lodge to Mrs, Brown- 1 one plods the highway. low's little cook girl But the squire's He was gone. Julia sighed in satis- coachman had been at the station when fled vanity. Sophy awoke to stern re- Julia's Comparisons Are Odious." B UT the values have goods our window. to be had at our sale no comparisons. See the marked in plain figures in Visit the Store, inspect the goods and draw your own conclusions. We know you can't buy gents' furnishings for less money. For example suits are selling for "14.50 These are .the highest grade goods and others that are just as good value for the money can be had at lower prices. Underwear is selling from 60c. to 90c. per suit. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ties, Overalls, Suit- cases, and everything that men wear at prices cut to the last-notch. WILLIAM SADOWSKI Gents' Furnisher Beside Bank of Commerce train came in. Her arrival! would be known in the hall kitchen if j not upstairs. On the morrow she went j Into the avenue of old elms about 12 j o'clock, conjecturing that her friend might have a few free moments about that oasis between the j of the nwrning and the claims of; luncheon. Standing there under the trees In all-her very expen- sive finery no doubt yet fresh and In- dtspatabiy called her old mocking challenge: "Sophy Grouch! So- phy Grouchf Sophy was watching. Her head from the other side of the ditch. She was down in a moment, up again and alities. j she cried, "he must have come to lunch! They'll want a salad! You'll be here And she was off up the drive and around to her own regions at the back of the bouse. "I believe his lordship did remember my thought Julia as she wander- ed back to Woodbine cottage. But Sophy washed lettuce In her scullery, which, save for its base pur- poses, was a pleasant airy apartment looking out on a path that ran between yew hedges and led around from the lawn to the ofDces of the house. Dili- gently she washed, as Mrs. Smilker The North Ward Drug Store Carrying a full line of Drugs, Stationery, Confectionery and Kodak Supplies Now J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Props. J, McCrostie, Phm. B'., Manager S. Newton, M. Harrington, W. Wylie, M. Heaton, J. Fryer, J. Main. W. Harnett, L. IS'esbit, P. Robertson, O. Biggar. Standard HI. Junior to Standard m. Wishart, H. W. Peters, J. K. Reding, A. Redshaw, B. Reding, M. McLennan, J. Gillis. Standard HI. to Standard Wylie, A. Bainos, A. Kerr, N. Baines M. Stevenson, J. Nisbet, P. Sprout, N. Saunders, M. Washbrook, J. Kerr, W. Nisbet, L. Dunsworth, B. Scott. M. Newton, W. Cain. Standard IV. Junior to Standard IV. Munro, T. Waitson. Standard IV. to Standard Slade, H. Gray, .1. Graham, F. Car- ter, Geo. Watson, F. Dunsworth, TA. Nirnmo-ns, N. Munro, M. Kerr, B. Kerr, W. Pitney, M. Hyssop, A. Hys- sop. in her friend's arms. "If s like a puff J had taught her, whether rightly or not of fresh she whispered as she ktawd her, and then, drawing away, looked her over. Sophy was tall be- yond her years, and her head was near- ly on a level with Julia's. She was la her short print gown, with her kitchen is nothing to the purpose here, but how many miles away was her mind? So far away from lettuces that it seemed hi no way strange to look up and see Lord Dunstanbury and his dog on the path outside the window at which she apron on, her sleeves rolled up, her j had been performing her task. He face red from the fire, her hands, toe, began hastily: no doubt red from washing "Oh, 1 say, I've been seeing my mare and disheC "She looked like Cinder-1 get her feed, and-er-do yon think you ella in the first act of a could be so good as to find a bone Is Miss Robins' professional comment, gome water for colored perhaps also by subsequent she said. eTeuts- "My dog, >ou know." He pointed to cried Sophy. According to the Lonfc'on Daily News, the airship seen flying about various parts of England last May was a craft of 300 pounds which was invented and built by Dr. Boyd, who claims that experimental flights he crossed the Irish Channel at 'a speed of 32 miles an hour, covering a total distance of 90 miles. "Oh, that shirt! I love red.1" And w om for some time no doubt "Tell about it Tell me everything about she urged. "Its .the next thing, you know." Miss Robins recounted her adven- tures. They would not seem very daz- zling at this distance. Sophy heard them with ardent eyes. They availed to color the mark on her cheek to a rosy tint "That's being alive." sht said, with a deep drawn sigh. Julia patted her hand consolingly, "But I'm she reminded her friend. "Think how young you "Young or old's much the same ta the Sophy grumbled. Linking arms, they walked up the avenue and came near to the gates. Julia felt a sudden pressure on her arm. whispered Sophy, her lighting up again In interest A young man rode up the approach to the hall lodge. His mare was a beaDty. sat her well. He was per- fectly drened for the Hif features were clear cut and handsome There was as fine an air of breeding aoobt him as abont the splendid Hew- foaadland dog which ran behind Mm. fcoked she bidden. "He's uid. tte the handsome beast which wagged an expectant talL "Why do you call him Dunstanbury smiled. "Because he's magnificent I dare say you never heard of Lorenzo the "No. Who was "A. of Florence, hi Italy." He had begun to watch her face and seemed not Impatient for the bone. "Florence? The lettuce drop- ped from her hands. She wiped her hands slowly on her apron. "Do you think you could get me "Tes; HI get it" She went to the back of the room and chose a bone. "Will this she asked, holding It out through the window. 'Too much meat" She went and got another. This one all "Capital! Do you mind if I itay aM him eat "No." "Here, Lorenzo! And thank the Lorenso directed three sharp barki at Sophy and Jell to. Sophy filled and brought out a bowl of water. Lord Dunctattbury had lighted a cigar, but to was watching Sophy. A new light broke on him suddenly.. (To Be Continued.) Special orders received and returned t-he same day by the- LETHBRIDCE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manager Phone Harness Best materials That That That .Expert workmanship will bear comparison looks well fits well wears well Paces that A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Gray's Hardware TEETH INSURANCE One of our guaranteed Tooth Brushes, with a little of our special Tooth Paste, insures your teeth against decay for a long period, and saves dollars at the dentists. and IB- vestigate. We have all kinds of toilet articles, Soaps, Per- fumes, Confectionery, etc., at the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist Graduate Druggist And Optician The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots if to Iiilrort M M of Milliter N. FROM EACH TERMS EASY months, balance 12 moutbg Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mffti fcKnj Ml Mfitlii Co, (M IfdMftffl, Hi, ;