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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MONDAY, 3HE LETUbKIDGB HERALD 7'' PAGE STKPIG TO n mm BIGI CLASSIFIED HERALD WANT AD. COLUMNS New Mayor of-Moose Jaw PuUk aid High School Pupils Entertain at Christ- i mas Closing (From Our Own Correspondent) list of boijor students In the Cardsipn Pub- lic School is now available.. The honor.standing ot a.pupil Is based the.following tests'iVX (a) -An average of at least SO per obtained in all tub (b) Less thin 50 per cent. 'ear Clifford sncceed if fhe view v Lorrine Beth Cook SS, :LbIa Sheffield 87, Beth Helen Himman 84. Grade IV., Miss Parrisli, Id brina Holland 92, Adeline 'Stanley''Pilling-90, 'Roy Cahoon" S3, Haiel .Mack. Net's? Berry.e'ssa. 88, "Julian; Parrish 85, Evelyn Low 84, Roxio'Remington EelolEe-Leavilt 81, Durward Pilling 80, Isla Rico SO, Ormo 80. III., teacher _ Sooa inae. what should he student. needed, .an the walcliword of -eve visit the 'school'an 'co-operate-with the teachers to assls their boy or "girl to'-'suuce'ed. something is'done to'ch'eck their pres at least, th'ey-wilLsImply slid airing blissfully; to failure. .The following i3 the'standing of th Cardston high'School: pupils: Leah llapsen 87, Ardith Williams 84, V; 'oi Ellen. Cahopa St, Marion Lamb 83, ROSB Wright 83, Edithi 'Af- 'tpn HIggs S2y Biilie Sheffl'etd 82, Can- Bought Phipps 81..-, x; II., Miss Steed, Wlima Hudson 93, 92, 'Nina Hurt 90, Roberta Baton 89, Ed- .-ward Holland 88, Merllii Shafer ST, Grace Brown -juni-Gregson 87; Jennie Stpdilard Lavar Huat-SO, Jack kearl McGraW 85, Lloyd Anderson" 85, -Earliest 'Bengry. .Caldwell 83, Margaret 81, Spince Wplsey Steed 80, Othelia, Miss .Coombs; Medar.i besharnals '97, Lemar'Jensen 97, Zylpha Newby 96, Owei Qulnlon Meryl SorenBcn 95, tipta Sloan 95, John Phipps 94, forbid Saiway -Victor 92, Karl Geddleman 92, Thompson 91, Coombs 75, Lloy PUCO '17, Grac irLD.ube 76, SlaryiLald law ,75, Verona Pilling Ipno Han Lamb Alice Uiqkmye 67, Jacobs Myrtle Andorso 55, Albert. Cahoon 49, Iret'a.Cahoon 4; Grado GreU.a, .Reniington ,S Mable Heridry. 77, Diirt' 76 Geneva 'Duce' Elsie .ClandOoid 7 Foi'est Wobil 74, 73, Jun .72, Bli son 71, Gladys Taylor C7, Brown Oi, Jack Mpir 54, Myrtle Woo 62, Clifford pawspii "60, Forest Gcddl man 59, Nay B7i Alma. Brow BC, Frank Fqlsbm' Lizzie Thoma .44, Boy fiihne'r 39, Booth Card O son Rawllns 15. Grade .IX.-V--.L4Ha- Williams II zel Maredcn 85, Caroilne'Lee 80, M tie Hlnnran 79, Isabello Steed 78, Ltil Anderson 76, Gladys Cook 73, Lou'ls Lerrand.' 'carfBon" ft Wynder 70, Earorlte. Cro. 68 Melb Ueatrico Shidler 'Young GO, Ixjuls 87, Leona Stoddard 87, lieth 60, Waltei 86, Newel Glinea: 85. EdKar Wright 86, "Newel Glinea; 85, Edgar Wright i, Oebfjre Myers 86, Adeltee Ktifl'iSt, Donald Karl'Scott Anderson.'82j AKiert Jarniah S2, Franklin .ParrlEh 80, Barbara Rocder 80. x Gr'ado McClimo. Ruby Pilling Heninger' 91, LaBoa Lee 91, Erva Duca Bruce Victor Brown -Jo, Orsce Hud- sun Ellison 89, A. Heitson 89 V. Sloan 88, Huby Anderson 88. Harold 88, Uehlin 01- and 87, flex Wety- ster 87, Wllma Tyler 8C, Lucllo Shafcr k SCvVern 86, Oriel-Derryesaa 86, Mark Tanner 85, Margaret Laldlaw 85, Eunica Havana 85, Carol Dalnes 84, Thelma Jjlllng ,8J, Robert Jessop 84, Walter Otlewell S4, Walter Shepherd S3, Delbert-Duce S3, 41, Ronald Eyre 8fl. .Grades.III. 'and, Miss Woolf, teachcfCof overflow room (flrado ill.) Jacobs 91, Sarah.-Smlth 91, Mark Arcliibald 89, Amy Drown 87, Oreon Dairies 87, Ketta Coombs 87, Oorlnido Folsom Wlnnifred NevVtou 86, Grace Hurt 80, Wlnnifrcd CMdwcH Vi Wood SO, Erelyn Tanner'86, Grase Steed 8-1, Xfoth SO, Harold Cook SO, Verona.8tutV8ft." (Grade1- Drown OJ, Melrltl DucA.OIf'Retd'Sloao1 91, Iwne Jesson Smlfli 50, Wartda 56, Doris Bailey-40, Hex Marker-3 Jay Cahoon .36, Tavc ilendricksun 3 Kenneth Scoll Hudson 18. Tumulty ,to Practise Law Joseph P. Tumulty, secretary Edgar ,8teed 89, Irene Woolf President Wilson lias declined the Zola Seymour WIIIams'SG, sillon .of .Chief Justice of the U s! Ciistohis .iT over, report return to .Wltti aber Merchants Had Good Business old Snap Came irt Time to Help Cjirisirnas, opening Hotel (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Dec. desiring cast aspersions on the name of that r city from which issues the Herald, e must, nuvertbelM, remark that the sue Is fairly joined as to Lethbrldge Ing the coldest spot In Western Can- a a recent morning. LethbrldEe 32 beloV (bfflclil) may have been, ,t 38 below Jlke a wjnher. -Jiist cow we've ad to dip tie colors warmer so we need to' spfeaJc up.' -j The Rhoualda Hotel (formerly the ing George) will reopen business cording to -Mr. Donald, the new ro'prietor, {it has en refitted at "considerable expense 3th for- labor and material, but the sk has filially been accomplished, nd .the'-buildlng will be ready for on the above .date. The new oprletor been "directing his fforls ot'late that heat- g system was thoroughly overhauled id steam heat is how The tcrlor vfill be: more attractive owing the. new coior scheme, and the riarm; and comfo'rtable r guests.1.-. Wjth a' ylew_ ousekceplng.arrange men Is second lo one, the services of Mrs. W. P. Rus- ell In tho'capacity f" housekeeper, and this anhounee- ent promises well for up-to-date earance.- rooming. accommodation, peeial attention will be paid to vlsit- g such as hockey and asketball'teams.and adherents, who ill find .satisfactory, arrangements urlng-tlwlr stay between trains.. In spite-of-.the absence ot.holina; ales on tliij railways, passenger traf- c this .Christmas appears heavy, and e doubt'if.the statlcii'-platfqrm has splayed such a crowd in" "years as as p'resent at the arrival 'of the atter- oon eastboiind on Friday; evening closely packed mass'pE people fillet] he space between the train'and the ullding the length of the station, with unierous stragglers at thtj 'east anc est sections of the platform. De des many and surrounding district nd those'awaiting friends, severa omecomers were 'noticed, among horn were Mr. 'Davies, .of Raymoric grlcultu'ral School, Bernard Malo'.and from and otbcrs. J. Dimitri, son; ome from Pincher' conven chool on Thursday for local old given a great ImpetuS'.to fine II me i to more tocTra. .which TcQuIre cold weather Christmas business was heavy, and the tores were; kept busy.i. To an .out ider and the .buy toys.and ave a greater vogue than.last: Yule ide, deliveries being made in1, s'omt ases people' hai eclded to wake early fo'r aus Lbbve all, a more genial spirit seemec bfoad and the UBual'Chflslmas g'ree ngs were he heard on every-ham Lef; us not forget the fact, either; tha hero was a general- rush fo'r Chris having.been brcugh n'from'the mountains. All in ail, I was a happy Christmas. The opening event of the ho eke eason, ati exhibition game hetwee .ethb'ridge. ami Taber, has been pla :arded, for dais, and a crowd is-ox pectcd. have been .bar at'it getting Into training, and sonl not usually- present have slgnlfie "heir intention to lie on hand. Let 'c ;o. D. P. Mageo, freight assistant a -ho station, is in the hospital wit onsilitis. His plcae taken tern pofarly by-W. Kipp, formerly on Ih staff. .A -big chicken supper and danc was held in tho Purple Springs ha on the evening of Dec. 17th, mlttce being composed of Mrs. C..B Hill, Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Ja P. Cook, and Miss Mar -ook, all.-of-Purple. In englhy nrogram included spread wjflch eclipsed anything, the sort' ever held in. tho hall, at which was partaken of by 275 person an attentillve set of waiters seein thnt none were forgotten. Salads an cakpa gaiqre tempted the apiktite satiety, .arid-.when all were satlstie the tables" wcro nnd" .1! largest crowd ever seen In the o hall settled clown to tripping the UK fantastic to the music supplied by th violins of Messrs Wright and Vogt, the Purple Springs orchestra, tl dancers footing it gaily into the mor ing hours. The big Kiippcr and dan has been a frujttui subject ot dlscu slon'ever since. Joseph Marshall, of the commlsslL dopartment of tbo U. 0. Q'., Calgar and formerly of lijo Royal Bank "sta hero and In Calgary, accompanied I A1rs. Marshall, Is visiting In Taber an vicinity over the holiday. Den. Smith, of lir.a purcha ed Iho steamer used by P. Kllwoo'd Ihrcahing operations this fail. While G. Peterson wan attending tho gasoline pumping engine of Smith, while ranlilng, he had tha m fortune to catch one of his mittens a wheel with the result that his thum was torn off, As lie was innljle rit ffi to dlsengago lib The Injnr mail is now carrying liis hand In sling, but tho wound Is healing rap ly. Misses McLaren and Puffy of t. leaching stair, Isft for H for the holidays on Thursday, and Miss Mclsaacs for Coleman on Friday. BROKE DOWN TELLING v OF SON'S DISHONOR pathetic caeo wns disclosed Tuesday before Justice MocLonnan Irf tho Superior Court when the Corporation Agencies, Biiral i'no nome iianK ot Canada for alleged PROFESSIONAL AND -BUSINESS CARDS Me-- Your have any article to ixMns lament, property to tjis- l- to engage help, They bring results, and. suits count. 8 per line' (Count six Mords to a Mini mum, 25 six Iniertlont .for price of 4. LADIES make switches', from your cornbinss. Switches Jl.0'0 oz. Saiway Hair Factory. Cardston, i HB SEES -WIT5I EASE Foreslghted meu never allow them- selves to get farslghled or even near- sighted. .At of Impaired eyesight' they come to_ J. M. Henderson and) get their vision per- fected with proper 'glasses .J. :W." HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. Icatlons of.CjjH.. Cahan, Jr., son of H. Calian, K.C., a well known la er. Mr. r Cahani; sr., who was tho' hiet witness, after ijiving evidence n a courageous.cfrank.and clear man- broke-down7 .when, he came to ell the court how.jhe.had trusted his on with '.full .power attorney to ransact -hla .business during -his atlier's absence" and; how he had re- home from abroad to find that his botra-ed that his son and that the fam ill fortune a wreck whether Home "of Canada can bs held to make up tho sum, In the preBent Instance 'ho alleged de falcatlong "of G H Cahan, tjr> Tho case was adjourned. REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow Numbers: 28, 74j 89, 116, 132 OWNERSjiiF BOXES PLEASE CAULVoR THEIR ANSWERS Qiir PressingMachine 'Will not he hard oh.yonf: clothing, ,When done properly, pressing ana Eponglng garments longer. vWhy not "have your pressing 'dona1 by (the pro- cess. Our pficss MEN'S'OR LADIES' Suit, Dry-Clsaned ,.....'.___J1.75 Suit, Sponged and Pressed ...J1.E5 'Suit, ,75 Work ca! led for 'and tfel iyered. LeeDiick 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. i "Buy at Home" F. H. WILKINS BIGHT- qPECtiMST 27 Bth SU S.- the Bmjirei Pbona 1117. SPIRELLA.COREETIERE For Appoihtmentt Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321-10th Ave. -81 W. :PUBL10 ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultation's, i REUBEN Suite 4. Acadia Block. s- Ave. S DENTIST R. O. J. COURTUJfi Dentist, former, ly of Lethbrldge, has located at 679 Granville St., Vancaurer, B. C. Phone Sey. S300. Opposite Hud-: son's Buy Co. OSTEOPATHX' CB. 3. E. HORNING, OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. 11H8-IO .Sherloci. 10-12, 2-4. and by PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Kbi- ]J2) 7th 8., 748. .for iur to your fit t6 try I We