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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETmmiDGlE'DAILY HERALD Tuesday, .July Once tasted, always liked I FREIGHT STRUCK AN AUTOMOBILE BEVEN PERSONS WERE INJURED, THREE CHICAGO ACCIDENT Cleveland, July automobile larrjins eight pissenncrs struck liv a'Lake Shore freight train last 105th street crossing, and seven were injured, three fatally The autouTOhile owned and ilrivcn bv Win. Fv Billcnsteiii, pres ilent and manager of the Xationa flroa and Wire company. Ke and Mrs Uiilenstein aiid Mrs. Edward Uohhfton were fatally injured accorc ing to reports from the hospita ttvhore the injured were carried. Misses Cora Billenstein, Florenc Billenstcin and Waldo Billenstein sus ilaincd severe injuries. The eighth an. uninjured member of the party wa -little JIarv Elizabeth Johnston. PUPILS GO UP GRADE Results of Mid-Summer Examinations in the Leth- bridge Schools News, for Bright Scholars HAVE DISSOLVED PARVNERSHIF An important business change three weeks' standing was annpuncec ibis morning. Ives and Ball, barris Iters, have. dissolved partnership..Mr IBall will continue to occupy the pre sent offices of the firm, besides .keep jng up his duties as city socilltor Air Jves, retain an office in the city, Tvhera he expects io attent almost 'wiolly'to his duties as a cor poration solicitor SHE WAS TIRED OF LIFE .Vancouver, B.C., July a friote. that she was ,tired of life, 'Miss Harris, aged 20, telephone op- erator, committed suicide iby. taking gaa last night. The following are the results oi th midsummer promotion examination in the city schools, with names, i order of merit. Owing to illness, many pupils, pai Ucularlv at the Flcctwood school iverc unable to write on the exainin ations. 'I'hesc, however, will b uraded at the opening of school ftiven such proniotie.n as their tern ivork and teachers' reports imlicut they are entitled 10. It is important that all pupils re turn to school .promptly at the bc- iimning.of the icrni, otherwise the; may forfeit their positions in their classes. Miss Atkinson's Class Grade to .Moore; Jlavj Threatful: Lizzie Sumner, Mike La zaruk; Ruby Creep; John Bacsanyi, Elvira dementi; Alex Chobotar. Grade I., Class Moore Helen Andree Rozies; Eiull: Mitchell; Maria Clemonti; .Robert Dow; Margaret Dienes; Kdith Har- ris Class Cocks; John Al- bert; John Bobines; Charlie Pirock; Hugh Lewis; Aron Srakaics. Class Cocks; Helen Mil- chell; Bel Burdenei; Charlie Alberts, Minnie Balochawski; Ivor Lewis; Thelma McMillen; Ransom McMillen, Maggie Balog Class Lewis; Mike Bur- denei; Annie Gaugtir; Rosle Palama- chit; John Kosowan; Peter Busck; Thomas Dow. Mr, Frame's Class Grade II. to Mitchell; Oliver Sumner; Tom Christie; Jeanie Don-; Felix Pirock; Harry Threatful; Louis Albert. Junior III. to Senior Lo- ;an; .Mabel Ash; Dolly Saxon; Eve- lyn Moore. Grade III. to Logan, Gladys Peacock; Lena Rowlake. Grade IV. to Pirock. BAILEY-STREET SCHOOL Miss Dunsworth's Class Grade I. to Gray; Phyl is Whitton; Bessie Wynne; Thoma Allen; Harry. Taylor; Annie Wesel man; James McLebd; George Nagye Villie -Barnard; Dorothy Doe; AIic Primary Grade'I. to Junior Grade Kergan; M.' F. Holmes; J. Hanson; J. Crawford; W. Weeks ,1. Clark; A. Ross; M. Ralston; J. VrighL; N. M. -Maloski; D. 'earson; 0. Berellth. Class C 'to Class Stowe, farjorie Gurr; Willie Holten; Alger on Kirkham; Nellie IStevenson. Class C to Class Laing [azel Reid; Rosy Ponech; Bessie Wil an; Annie; Kerr; Cecil -Williams, 'imams; WiUie Cockerill. The Mason Risch Piano Satisfaction 'Guaranteed 'In our extensive line of Mason Ri a eh, Henry Herbert, Claasic, HarmoriJc, SteinbuyJi Cabinet Grand, Stcinbuch. Studio, Jlendels gohn OottRge, Mendellsobn. Cabinet. Pianos range in price from and up, on pay- rnenU per month. ___ Player Pianos and Pianola Pianos OF THE WORLD'S GMATEST MAKES fc 'Hls'hhj Stuyvosant, Wheelcck, steck, New ,York Weber and ''All players are combination 65 and SS note raetrostyle .mid themodtet, from 00 up; esay we are alwajs hire to Mil aad stand back of our goods Mason Risch Ltd. THE HOME OF THE VICTOR F. E. McCAW, DOMINION BLOCK Ttt Miss Flett's Class Grade I. to Grade 'yrrel; Hilda Morris; Bella Smeed; Vllan Watson; Nora Mockford; Alan- y. Link; Nellie Funnel; Ronald Par- ons; Agnes Park; Annie Hudson; aura Bourne; Violet Ash; Elizabeth ourne; Andrew Logan; Joe.Poche. Class A to Senior Grade. IcNab; Esther Forseman; 'Inez Wil- m; Lilie .Jessie Henden- :rom; Harold Heaton; Francis Vair Class B to-. Class-A--r-Helen Ander son; Bessie Worihington; Mary.Mc- Gowan; Bessie'Biiird; ;Harold WilleKs. Park; Renerd >Iay Annetts; .Nick'PonecJi; Joe Far- entzy; Jessie Crippen; James Dou- gall; John Dougall; Mary Alaski; John F.ullar.; .Heleri'.'Porbes. Miss Corcorari's Class Grade II. to Grade .Crai gen; Annie' -Waterlibuse; .Raymond Henderson; Minnie Glrak. Grade II. Jr., to Grade John Wright; Jesse, Watson; Janet irke; Fred Thael. Grade III. Mr., to Grade III. Wilson, G.; Coffay. W.; .Diggary, :K., Kergan, R.; Grist, G.; Mcllyena, J., Szabo. Joe; Willetts, B.; Grist, W, Hill, J.: Ummer, A.: Ferris, G.; West- cott, E.; Olander, E.; Doe, G.; Hea ton C Hardy T Knapp L Cooke, Boulton, G .'Thompson j God mn II Knowlden H Pendle A, Miller T Miller V Iverr D Flmn M.; Malm. ,T.; R.; Linning J, Jarue Thompson D "U is hart. J.; Headenstrom, L.; Sear, G-; Patching, Willie; Mies Dunn's Class Grade III. to-.Grade Flinn: Maude' Stevenson; :Zera-Duns worth; Frank Stains; Eva: Pearson; Martha .Kergan; ,.Samuel MtGowan, Andrew Queen Robert Ferns Phjl ,s Wil'iam, Cjrll Holt, Kate Ale Laura Buchanan; James Goldle: Frank Stanley Fer- is, Tillj Mitchell "Margaret Gillies, billies, Agues Robertion, Maife Hill, Eben Henry Bu chaaan; Enar Malm; Lillian Morriss Bert Davis; James George Henry Mag? gie .Buchanan; Norman, Fox; Mars Vardman i Mr. Carsley's Class Grade V. to Grade ycniat.He.d- enstrom; Jean Likie; Hazel StevenJ on; Bella Craigen; Ernest Wilson Merle Reid, BnllHan, ,amg, Anderson Lakie, Willie 'atience Pendle; Percy Claude Kellogg; George .Fred Vardman; Elmer Geiger; .Cecil Alexander, Radley Grade IV. to. Grade Hed- ristromT Grace Parsons; Har- Arthur McIHena, John vamar; Pauline Steakley; Maggie siuplus iniJudiiig one Juuidird pans-, splendidly assorted as lo sues and uokus, J.H plain AAC.ncs ,ind late ankles. There aio kinds and qualities lo siul the ol this stoio and (he piicc is jeally lidiculoush low lor such quaJitics. 25c The Sale of Suits and Coats Continues all this week. Garments, you most need for travelling to the resort Kile this cool wc.ithci [ireialls, All marked at fractional puces to clear them out without, delay Esles in this section been exceptionally heavy during the month or so, but good selections are'itlll presented to economical buyers who shop jt once. Suit Sale Coat Sale Values worth up to Tweeds and worsteds in light and medium colors and fine serge in navy, black aiid Copen- all silk lined, skirts cut mod- erately narrow, materials are pure wool and tailored in -the very best possible wa> Values Worth up to F.nre wool tweeGs In light and medium colors, and cheviots, serges and panarnas iu'navy and black; all shown in the newest styles'of the season, neatly trimmed in various' ways, .per- fect fitting aiid thoroughly tailored.throughout. Final Clearance Prices On All the New Trimmed Hate AA Including everv hat throughout 0111 entire Ap AA stock puced at ?1250, Jlo JpO.UU Hats-for, qutins, our regular and the more elaborate .creations for dressy occasions, all included in 'this sale price without' any exception, whatever It's the policy of this store that every article mmt be'iold during the season for which it was bought and this site is now forcibly ap piled to our millinery section, where every hat on display has re ceived final marching orders. son; Frank Galbraith: Emma Holli day; Elmer Clure Oliver. Miss Hardy's Class Grade T.: to Grade. Poole; Muriel Weatlej Thelma Nobles Doi ottn Ott Fleta'Graies Junior Grade II. to Senior'. Grade II Keasler; Grace Rosaine; Chris Stewart; Clarence Morris; Alice Masson; Roland Ken- Clarence Brown. Grade TI. to Grade Ocl- mark; Geoffrey Lockwood; Lashbrook Gordon; Bowman; Harriet Lindsay; Kathlen Lindsay; Roy Tul- ly; Vera Dodds; Jack Johnson.. Al- bert Whitehall Alex litken Mah Shon. Miss Cook's Class Grade II. to Grade Con- Grade I t0 Grade II Bouck nels Catherine Townee Wm. Lawley. Earl-Dodds. Miss E. 5. Sharman's Class Junior Grade I. to Senior Grade Lily Slmland Olhe Sharland .llaude Poole; Willie Marjory Rosaine; Albert Van Horne; Norman! .McDonald; Slyrll JIcAdoo; 3Iax Weston; Norman Hart; Karl. Perdue. Grade I to Grade Lucy Nourae; Kathleen Ball Luella Simons; Alan Hamilton; Jack Aitken; Kathleen Graves; Willie Sharland; Philip Norman Cook; La. Reta Hubbard; Grace Oaw: The Experienced Cook Bays: "1 use A1 b e r ta's Best Baking Powder be- cause I know from actual test that it never fails me." You, too, will find it v in valub Alberta's Best a Baking Pow- der whole- some, dependable right in quality and right in pnce. Ask your grocer for it Symonds; Frankie Jia'wson; Leslie Pehrson Eugene Fairow Louie Knappman; Clarence .Virtue; Richard Orabb Lawrence Hill Wallace W Goodman; Albert Huffner: Norman Alma. Weick Glenn Lathrop Wellington Mel ville Reid; Verna .'Hoselton; Bertie Rannard; Ar.thur Gehm; Dorothy Mc- Queen; Isabella Lawaoh; Gertie Wy man; Margaret Laws'on; Eddie Neve. Grade II., Junior to Grade II., Sen- Freeman, Douglas bteele Dorothy Plajle, Almira Gild den. Mist McNab's Class Kenneth Farrow: Winfred Hosel- ton Anbert Krsslet Doia Chaplin Violet Sinclair Rhena McQueen Leffingwell; Douglas Elllwyn; -Doris Stitt Gordon "Morrison Milton Hicks, Mary Willlson, lennie Christ iansen; Eugene Lizzy Chap- lin; Sam McAdoo: Robert Irwlu; Borden Hut- ton; Rowland Huston; Leonard Scott; Marjprle Seaman; Harry Korr. Junior Grade II. to Senior Grade II. George' Taylor; Nell Thompson Douglas Borgle, Burbm Graves: Ross Agnes Ham- ilton, Fred Link Min Boles' Class Grade III. to Grade Parries; JJorothy Al- exahdcr; Doris Smith; Ruth Gal- braith; Davis; George Young; Christine Cora Cronk- hite; Birdie Brown; Owen Lodgo, Harry Lloyd Dunham; Nora Stanlc; Olson Dons Knap mm; Geoffrey Shedden; Jessie tin; Don Marshall; Dorothy Lawley; Constance-Ford; Dan fillaon; Gertie Shaw; Clifford Moth; aon; Dorothy Frache; Norman Whit- ney; Muriel Hyssop; Gertie Shaw; Leslie Flossie Mitchell. Miss Grade III. to Grade Perry, ir.' Church; M.v Bowman; D. Sand- (liilit, J Moscovltth T Cfabh, S In gram A Mason M Seaman R I Hardy, L Proctor, J Kemttlon, A Lewis; A. Seaman; G., Borgeii; J. Van Haarlem; L.- 'Feinsiien; D. McLebd M Seaman R Robertson E Stan ley. MtH Addy't Clasi Grade HI.- to Grade Beach; E. H.. Shflnton; W. Hansch; T Scott S Mdion L cKaln A Wilson; G. Frache: M. Ramsay: I. Cameron C McGann W Me W Alartin J Reed TI Peirj I Scott W Patterson L Thomson R Mtbonald C Wellington H Ghd den A Irvine L Ingram Ford, W. Smith: M. Webber. .M Its Diwion'i. Clues ,Grade IV to Grade Arl William Townea; Dorothy Stafford; Lucy Hai dj Either Bonn-ell Artln i McDon f aid William .Marshall GwendoHn Hiilnert George lamea Law on; Ethel Knake; Winston Hyssop; rank Humphries. Grade-IVr. .to Hopwood Inzola Hardie; Eva Bis- sett Audrey Graves 'Me Phee H-elena Biasptt Gordon El Iwyu; .Cecil Hutton; Alfred Towle Harrj- Spence Martha Scott Harry Tackson; May: Hbpwood; .David, Ait- ken. Mfn. Gibson'i to Grade H Brodie l< Schweitzer T Vogan L Walter T Hap Will T Trowhili "T Murrs, Jf Cronkhlte, L Horspool, L Fail hurst Grade V to Grad VI Welling ton F Powers H Hutchison D Gil lespie P Morris E Foulei B Lit tie: C. Hansch; S. Niven; D. Cocq: R: Van Haarlem; G. Wilson; G. Kemm L Sick, G Fames E Boullon W Tung Lung, A' Cascad- en: P. Sadowekl. Mr Class Grade VI lo Wallace Marjone Freeburger Smith Jessie Church Mona Ford; Herbert 'McClenaghan Aaron. Goodman; :Marguerlte Gordon Russell Jones; Oli- ver Hyssop. Grade VI. to Grade Ham- ilton; Xonnan Macleod; Alice Browii: Zena Pipes Kenneth Donaldson Ric hard Pipes Ethel Adams Willie Vera Redmond Marlon Me Ambls Frances Bert ScoK, Gordon Margnret Chilstnnsen Thelma AJice Fail-field; Bert Nlven: Sadie Feihstein; Max.MoscCr Vera Russell Waj Miss B.'Sharman's Class Grade VII to lonllg P Pel ry W Dunham M O Hagin I Smith: C. Tarris; T. Home; D Sellens, P Olson N Waltei C King H Simpson S Reid, E Hansch H Richardson G Green C Bjorkblade J McKa% E Good man M Youns L McLennan E Hutton, H Nelson H Wallace D Svdal G McKlllop D Sang B Sad- owki; R. MacBeth. WHAT ABOUT TIMES' EDITOR' St Thomas Inly St Thorn as Tims in an editol ml declares for the recogntion of newspapermen in the Senate in filling the.vacancy cans od bj the death of Sen Wilson The Times mentioned the names of W B Burgosne, of St Catharines and Vi. S Dint-man, of Stratford f. The Bank of Nova Scotia INCORPORATED 1832 CAPITAL J KESEBVE FUND TOTAL ASSETS OVER 100 Branches in Gnnnda, NcAvfouncllaml and flic West Fndics; also in Boston, New York and Chicago A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS trammeled, In connection with which there Is a SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Interest allowed on deposits of fl and upwards at the highest, current, rate. A branch of this old established bank has .in the Hull and nollclts the of and in- dlvlduala.on favorable terms. BHANCH E. F. MACNEILL, Manager ;