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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 8. I THE LETHBKIDGE Santa Claus Red Cross Book Co. Our Is now in 4 Money's Worth in m 'W 'OUk be seen to -t most complete stock Alberta.- Wcn-.'. -So1'- KINDERGARTEN picture books, black slates, paints, and everything mentioned. Y GIRLS' games, autos, fire, brigade rocking horses, ,W UW-Hy .rockers; Cables, lantern electric engines, whips, swords, guns, V FANCY GOODS to-leather, wood, gold filled, silver; art brass and copper; wood and work readv for thellafly bags, sets, ;t0llet sets, smokers' sets, maniCiures, mirrors, brushes, combs, -etc., etc. BOOKS FOR; BOYS, GIRLS tfiese, of select stylet of we never had, never can_have, a more conilete stock now hold in this line of goods. PRESENTATION B.BLES, 8ERVJC_E8, religious Ws" figiire specially in our stock this year. "stock, The' "these V h. in OF Sre by makers nothing into our stick hut what is of pure.and first quality. -Ganong; and Roach-Tisdale goods are the leaders. ;.i: YEAR'S up to sell mostly the -manufacture of Tuck-ft: VIDRED AND EIGHTY ROCKY MOUNTAIN FIR ..TREES .and decorationsi specially and_ hoUy, green -and white, Pictirrle's Vor Frarhing and there is no.-- t Voom j i istfce to subject. r. i SCHOOLBOARD DISPUTED BILLS Attendance Increased- Control of School Sports At the regular'meeting of the school .board last night the report of attend- ance submitted by; Supervisor Hamil- ton showed an enrollment for Novem- of 1089 as against'-S92 in Novem- ber 1909. The average attendance was 911 and- The enrollment for the term has been-1213: For the same time in 1909 it -was 932. forty new pupils were .enrolled dur- ing the- month and removed! The percentage of average attendance was 83.68: Disputed Bills- The .board had discus-, sion over the1 as regards of "Jthose bills to which the orders are, not attached. Once mbrer the .board decided that these orders' must be produced with the .A school suppUes. Mirm sent .in a for seats which the-board did not order, and refuse to .take.... The-firm sent them here to 'be on 'exhibition