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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Dumber 1012 T1TF, DAILY 1TKBATJI Will there be a Victrola .in your home tliis Christmas? You can search the whole world over and not find another gift that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family. Any His Master's Voice dealer in any town or city in Canada will gladly play any music you wish to hear. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL. Victrola X, WE carry the only full and Complete Stock of VICTOR-VICTROLAS in the City Together with 3000 Records Visit our Victor Department Today and hear your favorite songs by the world's best artists Mason and Risch, Ltd Dominion Block, Lethbridge. Victrolas Sold on Easy Payments if desired Victor-Victrola VI, J32.50 O.l Victor-Victrola IX, Maheginy ot oak Robert- son's Book Store for Victrolas and Records (r BRIGHT' PUPILS "wHO STOOD .HIGH AT THE END OF THE MONTH The double-breasted, belt-backed ulster with shawl roll collar, which rolls up as shown in the illustration Smart and Serviceable We are exclusive agents CORNELL TRAVIS RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. Opposite Alexandra Hotel The honor roll November oi Westminster school. Names of all pupils Grade II, upivard who huve ..obtained -10 per cent, on each subject and 60 Viei on the total in monthly tests. Names In order of mt-ritr' r: 'Grade -Required 38. 1-8 per cent en each subject and 50 per cent, on the total. Per cent. X. Squires 03 J. Shand....................... ti2 M. 59 Sarah Emerson 53 J. Gillies 5S B. 68 ,1. Nielsen...................... 56 Sydney Emerson 55 W. Donald...............-....... 55 (Sgd.) F. C. JENNINGS, Principal. Grade VII, Margaret Kerr.................. 70 Ada Corell GG Marguerite Stevenson 65 Victor Gillies................... f.3 Paul Ma Esbn.................... 00 Grade VI. Verna 77 Jean. ___'................. fin Anderson I.alde Harry O'l (Sgd) II. H. BRUCE. Grade V. Soalilom. Hedenstrom. Jackson. Ilargreaves. -MtU'ilvena. Hume. Bella -McXnb Gani. Victoria Miller Komar James Ltvie Paulsc-n. William Coffey Logan. Harrie Gowin Flinn. May FHnn Tambor. Harry Hill..... Dunsworth. Millie Grist (Sgd.) N. HALPENNY, Teacher. Jessie Needhani. _ Alma Nimruer.. v .-Arthur. Cain.. Maggie Buchanan, .-Samuel Btnar Malm. Margaret Redshaw. Mary Wordmari. Lillian Frank Sallivan. Richard Mallen. Laura Buchanan. Frank Stahies. Margaret Gillies. 'Marjorie Bournes. 'McGowan. Charles Milligan. Henry Buchanan. Janet Mcllvena. Jos'epli Simms. Hector Ingram. Martha Kergau. Be'BsIc Carter. (Sgd.) C. L. Trenholuie, Teacher, Grade II., Jr. 'homas Allan 87 Gerna Gray Sfi Philfis Whitton 86 James McLeod Eleanor McDonald 84 Sherman Turcotte S2 Harry Taylor SO Reggie Grist.................... 74 Margaret Chaplow 72 Alex. Timchuck.................. 71 (Sgd.) URSULA A. FIiETT. Teacher. Grade Sr. Pupils over 40 and 60 per cent, for November: Elsie Wcscott SS Bertie -MaciiidOe S7 James Thomson SO Gretta Wilson 80 Gordon Grist 80 Violet Glint 70 Walter Cook 7s CORRECT WEAR FOR MEN It is the detail of a man's apparel that give tone and char- actor to Ins make up.. Bring; your dress problems'to-us we are experts In Men's Wear1 and will able to help you solve many a difficult Question regarding correct dress for all occasions. We have carefully studied the male taste in every way, as our furnishings department will show and we are showing a num- ber of exclusive novelties for this season's wear. When in doubt as to what you should wear on any special occasion eomo in and consult us. JAMES S. ROSE MEN'S WEAR SPECIALIST 606-3rd Avenue, South. JUST JUMP THIS HORSE OVER BAR Rosie Kno'wlden .73 Haze! Marshall .___........... 72 Elena Radley 68 Kathleen DIggory..............." '65 Erika 64 Lester Hedenstrom 63 Theodore Malm................ fi3 George Sear.................... 63 (Sgd.) A.. GERTRUDE JACKSON, Teacher. Grade III., Jr. Minnie Hazen.................. Arthur Buchanan 94 Mary Cralgen Ruth Brown Elsie Smead May Horn Stanley Hargrcaves Tames Hill Willie Westcott lharlie Weselman Marjorie Smith SS 'earl Taylor Annie Wood ames Miller Ruth MocliforO-................, Arthur Pendle 7li Willie Patching................. Norman Geiger 75 j Sybil Williams.................. Lily Bains Ada B.lnnlng Albert Whitehall............... James Jones.................... Annie AVatcrhouse Winnie Stanley Daisy Holmes Raymond Henderson............ Albert Brown................... Flora Cain..................... 4 More big features 4 "A Feud in the Kentucky Hills' A Tensely Dramatic Story It's a "Scenes in Kent" DELIGHTFUL TRAVELOGUE "The Shadow on the Blind" Nova! Comedy, Featuring Mr. Harry Furnlss, The Fam- ous Cartoonist "Under the Sway" AN ABSORBING DRAMA COMING FRIDAY AND SATUR- DAY, DEC. The Wild Animal Sensation 'The lion's Itage1 Someone said to us yesterday "Why is it that you always get the big Our answer was simply "Because we knotv how." This "Lion's Revenge" is only ONE one thn big specials we have in, store for our patrons Incidentally, we might us well remind you, once again, that it is a stupendous production, one that we shall take pride in ex- hibiting, -to '.our numerous roils and one that they will nev-'' 'forgot.- Remember, the Dates, and' Don't Miss It Socialist Lecture Monarch Theatre North Lethbridge Susi.Dec.8 At 8 o'clock SPEAKER: Comrade Kuight Of Edmonton (Sgd.) DELLA M. POUND, Teacher. JOILX E. TU11TOX ianadian Jl Representative 3 FRONT STREET TORONTO Features at Starland Ub entire change of program being shown at Sterlaud today Is to he magnificent production by the celebrated Biograph Co, entitled 'A Feud in the Kentucky an Intensely dramatic story replete with novel situations and effects. On the same bill is also shown "The Shadow on the a comedy especially written for the Edison C'o. by the noted cartoonist Mr. Hairy lAirniss. The lending role is also in an excelleni manner by Mr. Furnlss. One week from today ttu> immense Animal production, "The Lion's will bo the offering at Star, ;