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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1U, THBIKTHBMDGE DAILY 1 the particulars marks to both successful candidates In due courte. LETTS HELP PQLES Hat Ma. is told Med- Man is. hate gone to the assistance of Ilia I'oles around according to the Kovnu of the BerlliuM Tideude. Polos'. the Letts to take war material which (he were move retreat. t The Letts reported to be crow- ing the Dvlna and operating -io the direction of Skudielyns. 'The Poles dUo-bavo asked Lithuania for asfist- the correspondent John Henrv Delf, of of. l.altJlaw. Blanclord. and Rand, Medi- clae Hat, i> the cold medalist the final 1P20 In lav In Al- according' te the results au-; nounced Vy K. Adams, Mere- tary of the Law Society, last'-evenlng. ;0. S..C. ot Messrs! Bennelt t Co, ot Calgary, Is the T winner of the prize IE- j second intermediate examinatlrns MlM Greta, Adele Playier. Qf Cat gary, (8 ihexvjniftc.6f Co prlte In llie final eiamu .Theae as -others an- nounced Mow Lave tliclr flaa) examinations anil are full fledged lawyers Ihe otber successful passes Roy'ilanzer, Medicine H. i; Wilicn, Ldinoutou, J H gissons, Ld mcraloii. Short Calgarj" 11 H Valens Edrap'hton' rA Patterson Edmon1on--.ji-J Richardson ton, Johu Blue Edmonton. C Cars well, Wetasklwiu', L. M Frwlkln R. S" McKai, Miss H Barclay Kdmontoii, A? Muc Williams, Calgan, (1 I) Aikm. Cal gary, S C 'Genge, Edmonton, J, D O MotheraiU, tdiuontou, G D Noble, Calgirj, E C Darling, rdmonton, L. S Cutlci St 'Johns College, Ox ford, A. C It Adame, Edmonton, J O Haryie, Suppltmentalt, The following candidates arc re ijnired (o suuplemeutal esam illations In the subjects ii'OMuted C W Nlblock' Hat, Prac tlce and .Procedure, J C Hlebert, 11 Calgary, Constitutional A: H Gordon, Edmonton, Common Lan, Mis G E Olds, Practice au K'ontrncts ant} Mercantile J C deaths rom cancer lii 1919. Dr. P. IXiEd ciornie-1 the Medical Convention-at Kew-.Yorl: Grasshopper scourge is estimated to tave crop damage ;a Cadillac, Mich., ylcjnlty. Impossible to Get Any From This Pfovincc Says One Deafer may twl to.brir.E about a A cot] aerchaat. when atet tie rronond Alberta, uld that tie plan Is fardcal.'for mines in jbeady market all their own As pro- vow) to shut United SUtes a ot the Oflafoo.Um H talnfv We the iltvutn ae drew Utfaflon to the fac( largest coal'ooBiumars aie and they could not be cloced down, for they would have to transport coal and were Mveral other Industries whose Diaintmance was MQXTAHAU July aientt of leading coal-Importers of this city it appears that the soft coal Bit- nation in Car.ada is steadily becoming worse and there la no'factor, yet in oflce department inves- tlgatlon oi stock swladiss, in progress, RecreUy for four monlhs. is expected to indictments Supreme court..upheld the right ot New -York 01% to coltect back taxes of from tho New York Cen tral FDRSIAItlfii Wants Home" Country Known As a Jewish State July Mai Xor.lua at today's session of tho In- ternational Zionist asked that the British government K'IK an explicit del nit Ion of the policy it will punie at to the mandatory power for Palestine and define clearly the terms of the mandate so that all Jews may know just what relationship there, may he expected between the Zionist organization and the British govern- ment. Dr. N'ordua declared there should be unrestricted iuirnigrailou to Palestine. Ho also slated that Palestine, should he known as tie Jewish state, and not as a home for tho Jews. A report by J. ,A. Nalditch of the national conuuiuAie. suggets that all Jews be taxed cent, ot their annual incomes for the foundation fund for public works in Palestine re- sulted in an discussion. Some ol the delegates violently oppos- ed the measure, but the general opin- ion Of the delegates seemed fo be favorable to the proposition. Major-General Sir Charles Towns- hend, the hero of Kut-el-Amira. returned to Britain on the Mongolia, QUSBBC, July D'Arcia waijtha by the raufdriss, -Marie Anue Houde Gatncn, to'tha baby girl a. twio boy, 'jail here 'today. i- RETAIL REFUSE1 TO ORDERS WINDSOR, S. Kennedy, M.P., notified this fletall Merchanti1 .As- sociation, tfcat local grocers would re- fuse to comply with the of the Board of'Commerce, requiring that a monthly report uiust be made by each grocer, onyall sales. t Second ing candidates have been theirj'seccfnd intermediate haflug successfully pass- in-all" aaDjecle, naaely G C S Crosby, Dinner ot the'furs- vell Co priwj L M Colpitts, Youngs lowni AtlBsLR_ Rein, H. ilick, Edmonton, D. C Sinclair, C JahMbaijT Calgan G tostlgan, sfyVrs, monton, R A. MIUs, Calgary, S. '.Puffer, 1 _ 1 .The following hiTB failed in the BUlbJects irdicated and will be requir- ed to write supplemental eiamina lions therein H E Slanion, Practice and PrOco fluro, Practice and Procedure, High Hirer) SJ G'Rus tell, Practice and Procedure, Calgary, V B Peanook Practice antUprocc tluro, Edmonton, I K. Kronick, Real Property Calgary, A B Gibson, Torts ard Real Property B D Arnold, Practice and Procedure, High Hirer, A Simpaon. Prac'tiCo and Pro ledure and Equity, Calgary, Me Practice and Procedure, Cal ffary, J, E Sydle, and Practice and Procedure, Edmonton W 4 'Howec, Practice and Procedure, K. Koch, Practice and Procedure Cdmonton; J L Jones, Practice antl Procedure, s, Sanula, Practice and Procedure, Edmonton, iN M Plummer, practice and Proco tdure, Calgarj, F M Rose, Contracts (and Heal Property, Lethbrldge, Mrs Ethel H6blnsOB, Torts and Practica and Procedure, Voungstown, G JI ('alder; Practice and Procedure tine Hat; John Blue, Practice and Procedure, Edmonton T t In the first intermediates oxaminn Uons, the following candidates have granted a pass1 xl- DaViea, B Calgary, (win- Edmonton of, the Carswell Co Miss G 41 Curfin, E-lmonton, Pnple Vergiisjin, Calgary. L O jCox .Edmonton, J R Parsons Ft! A J Blairmore J Edwards, Cal T W Colllnge, Qalgary, H T raery, Edmonton, 'L G Casewell Drumheller, S n Burns, Calgary, R F Clark, Edmonton, M Luchknvltch C H Calgary, 31 Heary, Edmonton The fcllovilng rantlldates are re- 'iuircd to write ii supplemental exaral nation on the subjects indicated M, H StonS, MetilclnS Hit, Conslitn 'lonal Law, B B Wallbridgc, Fdmon ton, Equity, G E 1 tlm onion. Constitutional I avt C R Soulcr Constitutional K Willies, lienl Properly; K. tA. Mab.afTy, flroiiafd, Conslittitlonal 'Law; Van Iluren, Ciilgary, Constitutional Uw; N. Goldstein, Calgary, Culislltutloiinl P. W Bowning, Calgiify; Conslitullonal Law; Miss G.-I. Oreefle, Medicine Hat, C, Reclier, Mctli- rlae Hat, Constitutional P. C; Biqltinj, litlmonlon, Kquity 'antl Con- Jtltutlohai Miller, Calgary, The follpRhig tunilMalcs aro award- ctT a on the subjects Indicated, be- IrrK the mibjacts or. whicll they veto, required to Iheroselves on the first Intermedtale ejamlnation: V, Alfred, Edmonton, Equity. Com- mon Law, Constitutional Law, Heal Property; Mjjj J.' B. Ma'cFa'rlane, Ed- monlon, Constitutional Ijftw; D. Oi Sin- clair, -Calgary, Constitutional The .rauUiTIn the secomi inteimctl- late exam Inationa are Mill hhfdrd the 'benchers for hu'L'ini be announced wllhln day 'fir Wo. .Xfls seerelarj. will, be forwarding ;aLfy> -ComifioJJljaw Jffei'S x -rr-'' x'v- What Franklin owners tell you about their cars U not the of inexperienced motorists. Nearly 95% of all-Franklin owners hare previouily owned other can, and they know what they are talking fboot. KLIN 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline mites to the set of tires 50% slower yearly depreciation T (National Averaget) -These are the owners' averages that have name Franklin syn- onymous with motoring economy the country over v 80% increase in production, 150% V increase in these figures show what motorists think of the rest of the Franklin storv: J Gpmf.ort over all roads Reliability that never varies Most rniles per day D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ii ;