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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuly 14, 1011. THE LETHRRIDftE HKKALP MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low4 Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. j. R. Anderson, Manager PROMOTION EMATIONS IN THE LETHRBR1DGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 3 Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, 1800 each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. FOR SALE On straight Crop'Payment Plan. 480 acres, 1 1-2 miles from Neidpath 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, W, 1-2 of 1J-12-21. 320 acres partially improved. You will have to hurry. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY 'BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE: The 8 roomed TOK SALE modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 -Westminstei lid Teims. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INtjURANCI Good Buys Splendid corner on McKaj street ,th Aienue north) consist ing of 2 lots shack All fenced fiTa Two lots in Parkdale in'good location, (125 each. Terms to1 suit in each case. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE S36 No. 1 Ranching Propositions acres in block, 50 per cent. tract; only per acre; good terms tillable lunnmg on 2240 acres 8 miles from good tonn 10 per cent or more till able, several springs on tract ly oO pei acre good terms Good half section on line onlj 00 per acre The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. Below-arc the names In order of merit of who hai-c earned promotion at the public schools. Tilt results are -based partly on the week- ly held during the ycm and partly on l.he final June examina- tions. PupUs.'whQ through sickness or other unavoidable cause were ab- sent.for the Jrya examinations will bo promoted on the recommendation of tholr teachers when school reopens All pupils are expected to .be In at- tendance when schools reopen on August M. Non-attendance may mean forfeiture of'position. STANDARD V.: JUNIOR TO SENIOR (Miss B. Sharman'i Class) A. Dunham, H. Tarris, V. Green, L. 'Jascaden, L. Irwin, .1. M acKcnzIe, F. Bonnell W. Mason, A. Livingstone, G. Lambert, E. Frame, G. Ott, I. Jlc- Adoo, 0. Williams, M. Crawford, M. Henderson, C. Parry, 1. Brown, W. Murray. STANDARD IV. SENIOR TO STAN- DARD V. SR. (Mr. .Van Allen's Class) K. MacPhee. 1. .Mathers, I. Hurlbert, G. Horaepol, C. Alrd, K. Grant, M. M. Foster, B. BouKon, M. Don- aldson, J. G. McKaln, K. Thompson, JI. MacPhee, C. Rash, T Geoghegan, V. Taylor, M. Mt-Laln. STANDARD IV. SENIOR TO STAN- DARD V. JUNIOR M. McKlllop. W. Proilse, J. Waddell. H. Morris, H, Wallace, II. McDona X. -Mason, L. '.McLennan, B. Mutton. JUNIOR IV. TO SENIOR IV. (Miss Dawson's Class) ton, W. McAdoo, H. Uodman, I. Cam ero'n. STANDARD II, JUNIOR TO STAN- DARD II. SENIOR (Mlii Davy's Clan) Clifford Hunt, Hilda .Mc.Mlllcn, Ham Haunch, Ingram, Margaret Russell Simmons, Carl Me- 'Cann, Alice Donald, l-Yed l-'annch, Le la', .McKaln, Italph Johnson. Wlnnari] Ford, .Sidney Mason, llobori Andrew, Paul 'fetter, Ian Seoti, Myrtle Perry. STANDARD PART-II LARD II. TO STAN IL Simpson B Mutton, Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Eitate and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 RANCH FOR SALE Consisting of .1900 acres o! tint-class land, only 'three miles from s live town. Good butMIng! worth 13000; all 500 acres In crop. Small creek runs through the food dace for stock. For urtlculsrs and Inquire of price Cnwaden Land MACDONALD 1LOCK. SNAP 2 lots facing east in block o5 For a few days only 1MJ. opp. antlri Hottl. B. Sadowskl, E. Goodman, I. Hansc E. McColl, P. Irwin, Olson, JI. Dowsetl. Young. JUNIOR IV. TO JUNIOR V. F. Perry, Ri Kaake, C: Tarns O'Hagan, H. Shearer. I. Smith. Lang, T. Harper, C. King. D. Seilcns I G. Hinds STANDARD III, SENIOR TO STAN DARD IV. (Miss Gibson's Class.) Herbert McClenaghan, Jessie R'obi son iobie Green Ida Foiland Me ville.McCann, Alice Brown, Lucy War ren, Millard liobison, Albert 'Hunt Frances virtue, Glailys White, Aaron Goodman, Vera Redmond, Ada Veilie McQueen Margaiet Christian sen, Sadie Fienslei'n, Douglas Mender son Ldni Nnen Olner Law rence Alien, Russell Way, Ethel Ad nm, Lawrence Ott, George Blazard Sidney Joyce STANDARD III. TO STANDARD IV, (Miss Addy's Class) W. Dunham, E. Wallace, Aileen -Tones, L. .Smith. H. Newendorp, E.> Hamilton, B. Lachen- bauer R Pipes O lohnston Z Pipes G Holt, T. Lewis, A. Fairfleld. STANDARD III JUNIOR, TO STAN DARD III. SENIOR L; Sick, -A. Hyde, M..Geoghegan, M; R. Van-.Haarlem, L. Parr E Smith; M. Fairhurst, lansch, J. .Shearer, R. Morris, Vosh ing M Piouse J Johnston Bullock, E. Morris, H. Brodie, R.-.Wa dington. STANDARD III. TO STANDARD (Miss Jackson s Class) M Iligmbotham D Richardson Muscovitcli, M. McLeod, F. Heaton D. Church, B. Niven, STANDARD III. JUNIOR TO STAN DARD III. SENIOR NT. Parke. L. Schweitzer, E. Fret man, R. inman, D. Gillespie, L. Hors pool, 15. Allen, H. Hutch nson, J. Wosling, G. Wilson, C. Bon ton. W. Sellens, E. Fowler, C. Bllyn, S N'iven. W. Dodman. C. 'McDonald, P Ott. J. Johnston. STANDARD II. TO STANDARD III (Miss McNabs Class) William Marshall, Esther Bonne] Winston Hyssop, Egon Kunst, Dudlc; Holt, George Scott, Venetla Hopwobd Nicholas Francis Cook. Gwendolyn Iliilllert, Charles Hunt', Eva Bisset, Robert Niven, Inzola Hardle. Millon Taylor, Wilbert. Sim mons Gordon Eilwyn, Martha Scott. May Hopwood, Maxwell. Donaldson, Herbert Hnache, Frankie Porter, Wil- lin Henderson, Helena Bisset, Alfred Towle. .Johnny Crabb, Lillian Proctor, 0! ivla Johnston, Geneve Horgen, Johniij Van Haarlem, Viva Khon, Lena Fei stein. Itoss. Robertson, Willie Walls lacob Muscovllch, Edgar I.owtiior, Sa Eckford, Bessie Smith, Jacob Fci stein, Clarence Virtue, Harvey Kings ton, Charlie Sang, Wallace Adams Kar! Bergslro.-n. STANDARD I, PART N., TO STAN OARO II. (Miss Boles' Class) D. Alexander R. Dnvles. V. Beimel I, R. Galbrailh, D. Smith, E. Dnleock, G. Young, 0. Carlson, S. Donaldson, L. Kelsey, U. Kaake, J. .Martin, L. Shirks, W. Kunsl.'G. Simmons, L. Dunham, G Sheddcn L Sinn son Mel tod M Link R Williiin-on C Moth G Shaw D Marshall G I icld D Kmp man VI Iljsson, L Seam in J- Mil thell H Delanej STANDARD I., PART I., TO STAN- PART II (Miss Sharman's Class) A .Hardy, C. Diser. S. Field, H. McDonald, U. Crahb, B. Wad- dell, L. Knapman, W. Man-, M. John- ston, T. Taylor, J, Parry, L. Hay, M. Watkins, A. Wick, R. Wilmott, B. .Fow- ler; R. .MacMillan. B D. Forbes, N. Wcl- Ilnglon F 1 ink R Niisrailh D Bor gle STANDARD I TO STANDARD II S. Ingram, S. Perry, D. McLeod. M. Bowman, S. Bergman, W. Watt. L Ford C Hani) i -ilaboil J McRae Nollrse "D Fraafflii L Bennett W lldden STANDARD l'..'PART'l., TO-PA'RT (Miss Ban's' CUn) x-4 Bertie Hagell, Connors. Lai )ieseth Rita Aird Arthtii' Hoberl Kails, Leo Innnard Albeua Iluffnei Lauien Margaret I iuson la ibelLawso clt Johnson, Dorothy Playle, as, Sleele Leoiu Thompson Almir jlidden Vlallha Larson G Marshal Fefferman. CLASS II. TO'CLASS Vest, Eddie King, Willie Sharland 'onstance Mathers, .Muriel Jaiij SInclaii Margaret NeiIn es ey McCann. Jennie Sawchuck. Om Hick, Geoffrey Waddlngton.'Elsi C'Ol'KTLAXU SCHOOL STANDARD I. PART I. TO STAN- OARO I. PART Currl.'s McQueen. Dorothy Cudoba, Hona McQueen, .Mabel fireoi I Dora Chaplin, Alllton Hicks, Jennie Chilstlanson and Harry Ken iniial' Tom Christie, Aghes Hamilton. Peio loycc, Vorna Hosclton, Nell Thomsbn JUNIOR TO SENIOR Grace liosalne. Geoffrey Lock wood Kathleen Lindsay, Harrietlo Lindsay, Tom Hunt, Olive Riimsa.v, .Marie Hen- derson Cldience I conard loycc. BEGINNERS TO Clnplin Ele.inoi I Harrison. Ida Siirsu, Fern. Lusl, Isnbello Archibald, Janet Asplin, Louis Sadowskl, Wilfrid Ilaacke. El- mer Ford. Norman McDonald. Clifford Neiillg Robins Ruin Lottie Blunt Mule McUloo Vera Me I Leod, Norman Gepghegan. I STANDARD I. PART II. TO DARD II. (Miss Jepjon's M Nerheim M A Queen C, -Moe, H. Wood, R. '.McDonald, A. Irv awl G. Parke equal, A. Westle I. Murphy, B. Brown, D. Bilspn. R, Bonnell, H. Coults, U.. Shaw. N. Wlilt- :y, II. Perry, G. Thomson. STANDARD I. PART I. TO'STAN- DARD I. PART Hoselton, Ken- leth Farrow, Eugene .Farrow. K Ahrenb D Still C Shav, S Blssetl I Gawden li Imne D Ott M Sea nan, R. Huston. R. AlcCarably, .M. Mt-Adoo. L. Packer, L. Chaplin, G ston., K. Bradbeer, P. Blunt, U. Tatlerson. Investigate A VERY Uadermomitcd ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators UnU Lii'ciinounlwl Traction Engine on the market boiled to Steel nut Boiler Lasts Longer, IB and Basle? to Handle, limn Topmounted Englnel 'Vellow FW. low" Sepafatora. .iuoney Makers far, Threshermen ind Grain Savers for Farmers. They aro ilia back- ed up by the Strong- est Warrantlw ever given by any mann- faeturer. STANDARD II. DARD JUNIOR TO STAN. II. SENIOR John Scott, Janios Kingston, George Fraachi, Peter Smith, Harry Lambert. Ixirne Purdue, George Cairns. STANDARD II. TO STANDARD III. Cliss) N. I-llglnbolhani, II. Munro, n. Slaf- ford. L, Murphy, K. Ihllworlh, II. Spencc, A. McDohaltf, R. Kanke, .1. Lawson, D. Tuckweii, D. Slacoy, H. Paterson, A. N'eal, J. .Vedhsm, L. Killlns, A. Wilson, B. Killlns, A. Arik, ,V. Robinson, D. Alkin, D. Wakejin, W. Townes. STANDARD II. JUNIOR TO STAN- DARD II. SENIOR L. White, W. Hlllerud, H. Gllddens. W. Martlii, L. Thompson, C. Welling- .CLASS III. TO CLASS Wesl In oh n tow lei lack Heaton Winnie Osborne Olive Sharlind D Gallamore. STANDARD I, PRIMARY (Miss Marina's to Eddie Sellens, Oracle Bennett. Clar- ence Moms Maigueilte Linatre bvoisfield Heibert Maiione I Ogslon A] Ice Diifiie, Esther Nerheim. CHINESE CLASS TO PART nv Young, Lee Gong, ,Ma Shon. Jim Mun BEGINNERS TO JUNIOR CLASS Stacey, Carl Sandquist, Gun- "er Hanson, Xaomi Gram, Elhel ones. Hazel Spence, Kathleen Hem- nsway, Joseph M listen, Lydia Hard) 'ilia Moen, Willie Rose, Irene [rooks, Kathleen Parry, Constance mey, Jessie Forbes, Charlie Lewis.' 'olin Petts, Laura Frache, Irene .ronlng. liertie Codd, Lillian 'Ash. roft, Carl Perdue, Kathleen Graves SCHOOL STANDARD IV. TO STANDARD V. JUNIOR (Mr. Brantlow's Shand L Cam Rcld W McHard 1C M Harleman Frjer S Bin merson, B. Scott, .W. Cain, .1. Gillis. STANDARD V. JR. TO STANDARD V Mam, M Kergan M mons, E. Jackson. A: Kerr, R.- North. I Walson, V Bourns L Dunsvorth A Bjlni, A Washbrook E STANDARD III TO STANDARD IV (Miss Birch's Tohn Shand William Donald Clarence Geiger Ruth Matson Jack l-ncr Lefclie .Parkes Peggi Craig Willie Wlahpit Marga'et Watson Kit le Gimpbell 7oua Harleman fcrnest Watson Flov North Hsie Coultn Maigaret Kerr Hugh Mclhena An nie Vire, Glatljs Willums Pail Mat Milligan, Hand. Heaton. Mark English. Peter Kergan; Robert Watson, Willie Sam Uewlois STANDARD II TO III (Miss Brem ner's Hedenstroni, E. Wil son, G. Leemlng, W. Payne, A. Red- ing, B. 11 Wilson Paul son G Newton N r Ward man, Arlhm Mclhena Roger Hed e natron, Agnes Milligan. STANDARD, II. JR; TO II. McNully, S. Vere, G. Richardson, Buchanan, A. Cain, N. Fox, H. Gra- ham, M. .Kergan, ..51. .Main, J. .-Miller Mcleart E' Malm S c E Pearson 1 Sullnan V. Tongue M Hill, H Tosker STANDARD IL TO STANDARD II Miss Kcajtey's Rcld. O ullertoii, W. I.aing, P. Buchanan. D luff, T. Logan L Hard) M L V Kile) M Retlshaw A Cunning am, IL Skidmore, 'R.. Home. M irk, A. Horn, E. Geiger, D. Russell STANDARD JR. TO II. '.vile, M. Dalderaon.. .M.. Stevenson Baldefson, G: Shaw, JI; Buchanan Peacock ASK US ABOUT THEM 4ND Gfcf PRICES BEFORE YOU BUT. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent FOR SALE 2 corner lots, Block D, Parkview, facing 1 Oth Avenue. cash W. M. Harris Eire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 FOR SALE Bungalo, S rooms, furnace and conveniences workshop and storeroom, fine cellar lann cemeat nails, surrounded by fence and shade trees furniture goes ulth 'he place, 5 lots 127 ft front- age, on lrth street South, a good buj 11500, balance 4 years or loOOO.caslu Apply'to owner, at 15TH STREET SOUTH SCHOOL STANDARD I, PART I. TO PART (Miss MacKay's Gco- heg.in, 10. Shillington, D. Bunt. V inderson, F. Dfnvson, E. Wefilon. M. ied, C. Townes, A. Gehcn. G. Mar- oil. .M. L. Pehrson, G. La- T. Andrew, C. Freeman. M. illey. 15. Barllelt. STANDARD I. PART I. JUNIOR O Hownian, .M. Scott, Green, I'. Elton, L. Gordon. T. Gll- spie. L. Henderson, M. Marriott, G. illey, A. Donaldson, I. Stewart, A. ence, L. Slewarl, A. Masson, D. I, J. Chalmers. T. White. J. John- iii, D. Neale, W. Chalmers, B. Alc.v- dor. KINDERGARTEN TO (Miss Aulf's Dan-son, F. E. Ault, B. Pchrsoii, R. Van Ilorne, H. .Martin, E. Rice, J. Wilson, C. Cragg, A. Harding, E. Eversflcld, F. Galhralt.h, M. Hunt, N. Cooke, A. Hamlllpn, M. Wcslon W Silver. STANDARD I. PART II. TO STAN ARD II. rile Gillis. Margaret Gillis. E. Cald ell, L. Mitchell. A. Robertson, S. oliuliak, G; Caldwell, P. Williama B. Davis eciual, C. Hoult. F aines, j-J. Buchanan. JI. Wanlman. B. Carter and M. Newton, recommend- ed. JUNIOR PART; II. TO SENIOR PT. Collie, G. Bollllon. G. Gust, .7. Miller, G. Wilson. STANDARD I. PART I. TO PART McOurk's mjr Synipmls, .1. Thomson. E. Cchollak, D..Saxon, .1. Hill, F. Pirock. A. Foster, R. Richard, son, A. J. .Mcllvciia. T. Malm, A. Jin-vie', R. Kcrfiiin. 0. Smn- ner, Hedenslrom, W. Patching, D. Korr. C. Heaton. E. Olander. J. Szabo. N. Fryer. H. Goiiln, .1. .Millar, J. hflrl, DeYoug, A. DoYonic. PART I. JR. TO PART I. D. Harnel. J. Jones, II. Pavno. F ('nln, C. .Hooker, .0. Moore. H. Cock- M'lll, W. Holton, 0. .Maws'on, A. Gold- e, M. Moore. STANDARD I. PART I. TO PART I. (Miss Fair's Ingram, M. Bourns, J. Logan. M. Mpplngwcll, M. II.. ..Marshall, L. M. Stafford, C. Tongue, J. Boullon. A. Wood, D. Holm'cs, S. Williams, W. iloncly, J. Dow, L. Smith, L. Balnea! I. Ash, .1.' Pona.cn. STANDARD I. PART I, TO PART Cunningham, L'; Shaw, J. Wilson S Gieep M Peacock E Westott, i: Raxvnslej, V Doddn D Boss. STANDARD I. PART i. TO PART Barassins B Me Nabb W Pearson Duchanan R Moclcford P S llargreaiu D Lippingneli H Borrows W Mill er. CLASS II, TO CLASS I.az- arlck, B. Stotyn, M. Horn, E.-Malm. J. Uaiklev larile D Tongue, Vere C Karl T Arnold I UcNabb CLASS I. TO CLASS Coul- try, T. DeLong, Wj Barnard, .1, Wylie R. Beattie, B. Summer's, E. Mitchell. Stone A Mills, B Olanrter H iMorclen I Snertlsh N Mocktord A i Kerkham KINDERGARTEN TO (Miss Hodgins'. Fox; Vf, McN'ab E Muff E Fonman F ere M. Threattul, II. Heaton, J. Heden Strom, J. Learning, A. Logan, .1. Wil- son, E. Holldn; best reputed auditing firms In ujimlrj hose auditors It would now appear Pettlt able In some mu ner to mialead With most of Pettlt's I apers destroyed presumably b! him self it Is not easy for us to check' up quick. WATCH OUT the pick- WAS ABLE TO FOOL AUDITORS Chief til'c Herald thi'it h Litelj been f >jt out of UlRarj, hue blown into nnd comniLncpd operations here 01 idem got ,i man into conversation in orr of tnc hotels jcsterday morn- ing and rifled his pockets in profes- sional nnnnti The man reported the octinrencc to the police and in the itlTnoon Detective Egan ran him ilonn and took him in charge The po liw arc doing all tin j can to rounl I he ciooks up but todai be their dav so the Chief uishes to warn people taking in the big exhibition it liir fair grounds today Peavey Co. Books Were'10 lic rarcfl" ol iihlcs Ilipv mav have with them. Audited Regularly iliniipapolfs Minn hih A Luicasier attorney for P. M. Peavey and Co., reached MinneapoliH'Hl S a today, from Chicago, and at (en- tliirty (he third scHBion of the bank- hegan at. the Penvey offices, in Lhe Chamber of Commerce. P. C. Wat vice-president of (ho MiniiRa- JoliK and Chicago Bankers, wiUi other Chicago financial men on the com- mittee, remained over iasi night, in iHniieapolis. It SB expected iho-flh- ncinl plan of. .the Joint fommittee kill be anonnced lator in the day Thrre is no discrepancy in the .arehouse recRipts in isid T. Hoffeininger, presidfiiu of the.j H. Peavey Co. "Notwithstanding eporta to (hat effect from Chicago, othing is wrong in reRpect. Kl- tor H is n public lioii.se, and its terminal receipts check bin closely Any money borrowed by' Pcti.it on collaternl on elevator A, or on busi- ness connected with-the elevalor A WHH borrowed with full understanding .on the part of Chicago bankers of what grain-was in the house. The Petlit shortage is, RB I -Htatefl 'j'Mler- day, in'oiitntanding pnper, and thefc ia nothing we have found to ihow insuing or warehonae receiptK in an irregular manner. We have a report that phowB grain atocka checked up an to the exist- ence of Pettit shortage for eome time buck, and the outlook of knowledge of it we do not know at this Mme in just what mnnner I'eiiit concealed It from.iiB but .we had periodical reports .of one of the most widely known and i dr inch, Sioux I KS in fhr clti Sherlock tt. THE SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBEKTA IfiO Fenced. Stable, etc. 80 acres 111 Spring nheal Price 82000 acre. cash, in half crop fi40 oOO acres in crop, Spring wheat, looking splendid. 8. miles ,froni: tow n 00 per acre hiive somi splendid snips In raw Wi land, close to Weyburn survty, from per acre for THE Dowsley-Mulhera Land Co. to The Lind Co. Phens ;