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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1920 1HB LETHbKIDfvB DAlirY HBRALB j______ v. PAGE TO IT COUNrt New Mayor of Moose Jaw fruMfc High School Popiis Entertain at Christ- ie mas. Closing (From 'Our 'Own. Correspondent) Dec. list of honor in tho Csrdston Pub- Up' BcbMl Is cow .available, 'rne honor lUaimc oC a pupil Is ujou following teats: (a) An ot at least 60 oer teat, mutt be obtained la all sub- jects. (b) Less Uun 60 per cent', in nay BOfejeet prevents "honor'" thouch a.vefago be SO per cent-or 'over. (c) No student can be an "honor" who lof es ___ in during the entire year (d) Five cjcles of examinations Ot the public "chooi The given during the 10 mtmttta of certainly did themselves tke school year, and the final average will determine the year'e honor itand- iac f, The'averages given in: the following Smith, who wag recently elected mayor'of Jlooso Jaw, for 1S21. cards given out, and the term's rec ords all completed, the students of as well as the teachers e an "honor- raore ]lk6 partaking qf Christ than 10 days mag and at the big program' gymnasium ty the pupils big hall was very-tastily corated for the. occasion and -.when Cold Snap Came in Time to Help Christinas opcniBg Hotel flr81 WC16B how well their children could perform. their honest and faithful efforts in their term'a work. The standing on tie "Honor Roll" means careful and tkoufhtful work each day during the for i i BtudenU named in this list are nilmberB pn lhe Christmas were exceptionally.; well'glv- jjtance the little play 'Toy ven by Grade H undej the :of. Miss Bleed Tas certainly e, also, the Christmas i drill .mclent students ,n the Card h Grade Mr Wright teacher- that. the Cardston Poblio OUro Wood 88i, Edgar HImman 87. gram waa a Eucce58 86, Annie Gregson_S3, ThB Scllool students enter (From Our Gun Correspondent) TABEil, Dec. Without. desiring to cast aspcrsious on the name of that fair city from whjch Issues. the Herald, we must, ncverthelss; remark that the issue Is fairly joined as to Lethbrldge being the coldest spot In Western Can- ada on a recent morning. Lethbrldge at 32 below, (official) may have been, but Taber. at 3S below looks-Hie a winner. Just now we've had to dip Its colors to warmer weather, so TS-B need to speak up. The Rhonalda Hotel (formerly the King will reopen for business according to Mr. Donald, the neif proprietor; at Now .'Year's. It has been refitted at co'nslderable cipeuso both for labor and. male rial, but the task has 'finally .beeir accomplished and the building wi'll ready for guests on the date. -The new has been directing his ouons o! late lo beelug llidt tU. iieal Ing system was thoroughly 'overhauled and steam heat is available. The Interior will bo more; attractive owing .0' the new- color scheme, and-, .the >uildlng kept warm, and comfortable !or guests. With a' view to having housekeeping arrangements .'second to none, the i services of Mrs. W. S1. HUB sell have been secured In the capacity of -and this announce- ment promises1 well for up-tordate ap- pearanpe. rooming eccommodatlon will be paid to visit Ing such as hockes, and basketball teams and adherents, who will finji v satisfactory arrangements v o, talned In the e ening of -the same day, Jacobs 81, Hneanor Snow 81 Wallace splendid program spen Huron Stewart 80, Rozella tlle ot ,n Mendry 80 Grade VII i Miss Hall, teacher Harold Lee Mark Peters games and dancing High School Standings High' Sclioorstaff In presenting the following lists of the "or TJn-r. iVnnlf oe -iviiuniiig iiota vt me y A fs scents' standing m Grades IX, X., f 85, Ivy Thorpe So, Arthur )XI do so th h ft t )h P P i Woolf KI Ivy Thorpe So, do Cltudaeld 85, Mildred Quinton 84, _. Dlr oada Archibald 83, Sheldon Wool' 83, Lowell Parrish 83, Lolla Qnlnton 83, Heber Brown 82, 'Kearl 82, June-Frodeham 82, Afton Layton 81, LiBadore Brown 80. "Grade .Vli Miss Duac, Cle.Thorpe 92, Annie Cahoon lia_Yonng SI, Lynn Burgess 90, othy GUI 89, Benlah Newton 89, of the grading and where the students have fallen down bec6rne interested In them and help them regain their position Tho report snows-quite fairly what (k6 pupils doing Some are doing very Bood nor't, others only fair work, while otners are very little ol any the. low grading is due S6ine llness Me-- Ybur a If you have any article to rooms to-rentj property to dis- pose of, to engage help, etc., try a Herald Want Ad They bring results, and re- sults count Try One Today PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES We make, switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches on oz. Salway Hair Factory, Cardslon, Alt a. during' vf stay between trains. 8 cents per, line1 (Count words to Mini mum, 25 cents, jnuitlont .for of 4. HE SEES WITH -HASH Forcslghted men'never allow tUam selves to get farslghted or even near sighted... vAt. the first indlca'.'on ot Impaired eyesight they come to J. M. Hynderson ami get their vision per tected.wlth proper-glasses J. M., HENDERSON Cars Jewelry Store. falcatlona of ,C, HTCahan, ]r, son of turned abroad to find that C. H. Cabstv well known law- sir., who was the chief Brown Steed 85, Hftndry 83 ao, 83, Beth Sheffield 83, Isabello Jessen I low si on flo TLforlto anxlOUS IO J 82, MyrtlA Webster 82, Marita Smith Koven HadfVeld 80 Grade V., Miss Hunt, UFiaUO V iMIOO A4.UUL, Forney Archibald Woolt 91, Lorraine Hadflcld 01, Clifford Stntz SO, Clara Folsom 90, Zina Brown Beth Coot 88, S7, Beth McClane 86, Helen Himman 84 Grade IV, Miss Parrisb, teacher Idonna HolUn'd 92, Adeline lessen'82, Stanley Pllllni; Cahoon 89, Htiel Folsom 89, Mack. Keta Berryessa 88, Jnlian Parrlsh 85, Evelyn Low 84 Roxie Remington 83, Leavltt 81, Olah Nlelson 81, every sfudent in the High School (and also In Gjade VIII tho camo certainly applies) pass this year and they are confident that every one can succeed 'ifSthe -pro'per- view point Is taken Work instead- of a good is what is needed and the'. watchword ef every, Parents' should visit the school and co-operate with the.teach'ers to assist their boy or girl to succeed. Unless soniethlng Is'dos'e to chepk their pros ent "don't care" spirit, on the pavt In spite of the absence of holiday rates on passenger traf- fic this Christmas, appears heavy, .arid we doubtjf the station'platform has- displajed Euch'a crowd'In years as was present at the arrival of tho after- noon eastbopnd on.-Friday A mass of people filled the space- between .the, train -and.the building the length of the station, with numerous stragglers: at the east'and west sections of the platform siues many transients, returning from Lethbrldge and surrounding district, and those awaiting friends, homecomers were :notic-ed, whom were Mr. Davies, .of Raymond Agricultural School. Bernard ilalo and Omar Malo" re'tirnlng from the Unl and othors :J. of G. Dlmitrl. arrived home from PiucKer- .Crock school on Thursday for Christmas 'According to local merchants, the cold snap lias gliten a gceat impetus to trade, arriving In fine time to move which require cold Christmas business was heavy, and the stores wore kept busy To an out sluer this was patent, and the bu> ihould bo Btudeut: Dnrward Pilling 80, Rico 80, Ornie Lee 80 Ornde-Jll, Mlsa Eeasetta, Ardlth Ellen Cahoon 84, Marlon Lamb 83, KoBfKWright Edith'Young-83, Af- t6n Hlsgs BHlle Sheffield'82, Can- nought Phlpps 81, i flriae II., Miss Steed, WHma Hudson 93, Naomi 'Webster 93, Nina Burl-90, Roberta Bates 89, Ed- ward Holland 88, 'Grace .Brown 87, Merlin Shafer 87, June; GregBon 87, Jennie Stoddard 87, Lavar Hunt 86, 85, Bertha McOraw 85; Lloyd Anderson S5, Earnest Bengry Woodrow Caldwoll 83, Margaret Noether 81, Spencp'jWolBey. 80, Max Steed 80, Olhella WllIamB 80 Grade 1, Miss C-sombs, teacher- 97, LemariJensen Zjlpha Newby 96, Owen Quinton W, Meryl Sorensen 95, Leota Sloan 9o John" Leavltt. 95, :Melba 7 Phipps "94, Htrold Saiway 93 Victor Woolf 9? Btrl Oeddleman 92, Fay Thompson 91, Dace 90, 89, along blissfully icyfailure following is .the.standing c-f the Cardston'high Gra56 Snow 86r. Lloyd Cahoon: 81, Laura Dtice :77, Grace Coombs Duo.e law. Hunt 72, Bensro :Lamh. Alice Hickmyer 67, Lyman Jacobs 61, Myrtle Anderson 65, Albert Caho.on 49, Ireta Gahpou 45. Grade Remington 82, MabI.e Hen.dry. 77, Vernlca Burl. 76, Geneva Duco 76, Elsie ClandCeld 75, Forest Wood 74, Orzie Steed 73, June OUrer Aldrldge Shidler ing of toys and presents, "seemed to have a greater" vogue-than last Yule- tide, deliveries being made in some cases'after curious people had decided to wake early'for Saiua Glaus. Above all. a more genlal'spirit seemed abro'ad and the usual tngs.rwere beard on every, hand. Let us not forgetihe fact, either, that there was a general rush' for'Christ- mas trees, many having .been brought in'from the mountains. All in all, it was a'happy Christmas. Tha opening event of the hockey season, an .exhibition game between Lothbrldge.iand liGen.pla carded .for 'ilays, and a crowd1 Is rex- pccted. -locals have been hard' 85 Kearl 84, Donald SccStt 83, I-ee Anderson 82, Albert Jamwtt 88, Pranlilln Parrisb Barbara 80. Grade I., MlBS-McCluife, teacher.-- Tlnby Pilling 92, Donald Henlnger 91, Laaca Lee' 91, Erva Duce 91, Bruce Bnrt 90, Victor Brown 90, Of a? o Hud- son 90, Ooriria Ellison 89, A. Hanson 89 SP. Sloan Ruby Harold Dehlln Allrei! 88, Vivian Ql- end Wolse'y-51, Imoisss Web- 87, Tyler 86, Liiclle Shafer IS, Fern etatz 8S, .Oriel Berryessa 86, Mark Tanner 85, Margaret Laldlaw 85; Eynico Eorario S5, Carol Dalnes S4, Thelma Pilling 84, Rohert Jessop 84, Waltsr Ottewell 84, Walter SVepherd (3, DeHiert Dace Leone tl; HoMld Byre 80.. .Ondes IV., Miss Woolf, leacier of OTSrtow room' (Grade III.) Jacobs 91, SI, Mark Archibald 81, Bdward; Cooptir 89, Holland 19, Amy Brown'87, O.-son Dalnes Tfetta Coomoa 87, aertrude'Folspm 57, Wmnifred Newton 86, Grace Burt 86; WHinltMd 8S, VI Wood Erelyn Tanner K, Grace'Steed Kie4h- Pilllac Harold 8tBla 80. Browo 94, Melvin thice Si, Reid .'Stain' to'i. Lamb 72, Marian Flock 71, Ruth son .71, -Gladys 'Taylor. 67, Vllate Brown 64, Jack Moir 64, Myrtle AVpod 62, CliffoidjDawsoii deddle- man 59, Lynwobd Nay. 67, Alma-Drown S6, Frank, Folsom 51, Lizzie Thomas 44, Roy Tanner 39, Booth Card 37, .Or- son Rawllns 15. fGrado Lolla Williams zel Marsden 85, Caroline Lee 80, La- tie Hinman 79, Isabelle Steed 78, Lnla Anderson 75, Gladys Cook.73, Louise Fdvorlte Crow 68, Mclba Stuart 66, Alia Young 60 Louise 69' Melvin Stoddard 87 Beth Rollins! Sheen 60, Ada Brown 60, Walter At stoaaara it, uein en KlrVhara er Doris Bailey ,40, Rex Jay Cahoon 35, Tave Heudrlckson 31 Kenneth Scott 30, Dale Hudson 1 8 Tumulty to PractUe Law i'1 p' secretary to 'i 8V President Wilson, has declined the po- >la Dues Sflymoilf silfon of Chief Justice of Iho U. S. ayne 80. Court of Customs Appeals, and will Wlta exannnaUona 'orer. renort return tA'tiin report return to'hls law p at it getting into training, and some not usually present havo signified their Intention lo be on hand. Let 'er go s D. F. Magee, freight assistant at the station, !s In the hospital with tonsilltis.; Hls'plcao was taken tern: jwrarly by W. Klpp, formerly on the staff. A big chicken, supper and daiice was held In the Purple Springs hall on the .evening of Dec) nth, the com- mittee being composed of Mrs. C: B. Hill, Mrs. C. Dowden, Mrs. A. M.: Jen- sen, Mrs. Pi Cook, andi Miss Mary Cook, all Springs. In a lengthy V. program'- was- included, a spread, which -eclipsed, anything of the: sort ever held lu the hall, and which was partaken'of by persons, an allentitivo set o! Waiters fleeing one were forgotten. Salads and cakes galore tempted the appetite lo satiety, "and. when all were satisfied, the tables .were, and the largest' crowd 'over 'seen i'n. tho old hall settled down to tripping ihe light fantastic to the music supplied by Mollns ot Messrs Wright and it tho Purple Springs brcheslra, the dancers footing It gaily Into the rnorn- Ing hours. The big Biipper nnd dance hag been a fruitful subject of dlscug, lalon pyer shico, r Joseph Marshall, ot tho commission department Si the U. 0. 0.. Calgary, and formerly of tho Royal Bank staff here and In, Calgary, accompanied by Mrs. visltlhg in Taber and Vicinity over tho holiday. Ben. Smith, nf Wadena, has purchas- ed the steamer used by P. Ellwood In threshing operations this fall. While .0.- Peterson was attending lo the gasoline pumping engine of B. Smith, while, running, he find tho mis- fortune to catch ono o( his mittens In a wheel with tho result that his thumb was loin off, as iie waa unable at. first to disengage his band. The man Is now carrying Ills hand In a sling, liut the wound Is healing rabid- ly. Misses McLaren, and Diiffy of the teaching staff, left for Medicine Hat for the holidays- Thursday, .and Mis s _McIsaacs f or Cpleni an on Frld ay. BR6KE DOVVN OF SON'S DISHONOR A pathetic was disclosed Tuesday. b6foro Ju slice Maclxsnnan in Ihe Superior Court when the Corporation Agencies, Ltd, >uqd the'.-Hprne Uank of Canada for evidence n a courageous, clear man AissUe is whether Home BanVqf Canada can be held tell the court how he had trusted his son with full power of attorney to the present instance the. alleged de falcatiohs of 0 JH Cahanrir11 The Replies have been injr Box Numbers: FOR THEIR ANSWERS Our Pressing Machine F. H. WIUONS 'BIGHT SPBCIAMST 327 5th St. 3. Opposite the Phoue SPIRELLA CORSETIEHE For Appolntmerrti Phone MRS: MARTIN 1321 Ipili Ave. S, Cor. 14th tt. HO-2 PtDLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax .Consultations REUBEN PAHRIS 4 Acadla Block .Teleiinona 1616 3rd j Ave. S DENTIST I R. 0. J. COURTICB, Dentist, former." ly of Lethbridge. has located at 679 Granville'St., Vancauver, B. C. Phone 3ey.-3300. Opposite Hu4> son's'Bay Co. BB, 3. H. HOnNlNO, OSTEOPATH10 PHYSICIAN Sherlock 8Wt 10-12, 2-4, aai JDS I, PKSVATE 'HB VAN HAAHLBM Private pltal. 1124 7th Ate. 3.. Pboae 'M. AccommodaUda for tvfi (ical, tBd UthU. Private .nj leml rooai Batei (30.00, 133.00 and a Writ? to: mformatioa to Un M. Via UUTlim, tendcnt. M'JIIO MISS AILBEN H. Theory. Pupils ed fo> the examinatJono of the Bpytt Academy and Itoyal College Mnulc, London, England.- 100 cent Ipst year succe.Hsfnt. MHS. W. H. o! Piano and Tbenry, Pnpllu prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Mneic exama- If desired. Annnal spring recital Studio, 1238 5th Avft. fy Eonth. CLEANERS AND PRESSER8 THE la French dry 'We are the olifeil el-rtneri la city. We tise gehnlna Ftenrh which tTiry pot- injury to high clsBS-resnlts. Bpsrial country wort 324 6th Street South. Phone 1811. Collect and deliver. LOO PRESSINO, Repairing sh8 well fit reasonable prices. Wt B0H lor and i deliver goods, in 7th 88, Booth. Phone 1618. GUNSMITHS Will not be hard pn yonr clothing. When done properly, pressing and sponging .will make your, garments wear longer ,Why not have you? pressing done newest pro- cess. Our'prlcej MEN'S OR'LADIES' Cleaned ...........J1.7S Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 called" foriand delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH IEPAIR WORK ,HJA SPECffitTY SETTER OSI-S-ST. WATCH REPAIRING LETHBRIOCE 010 GOt-D etSILVERBOUGHT GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, Rini -restock gna work dose bj ganamlth. kKkj repalrel, bicycles, snr light Dfteblnery repaired.1 -lawhvmowars D E. Uacdonald, Indlaa "Motorcfcls Agent Phone 103L 6th Herald OXT-ACBTTLENE WBLDINO W.-N. KDTH, Corner lit and 10th Street, SUtTLIES Llrtt ui Fewer Coatneton in 8t a. Ftrm SpMlaltf Ceatoteten' for Work n PIANO TUNING All Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "BuyatHonie" THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER 'THE PRIZES 0 H Player-Piano and Organ Repairer JO years' factory experience.. Hoa- Certificate M T. Assn., London. England -Referencei to the leading tuuilclini of tio.cltr. Hit f led ens torn our aug. Phone 1503. Bit 12th fit South; JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DBOORATOR. fctabllihed IS Of. years' fipertnnrw la lor and Interior. 161 llti bt. South. {rN. HM. Phons MOf WINTER RADIATORS Why not have yoar Automo-- bile Radiator Ite cored c before the frost comes, with-the beat Honey-comb'.Core obtainable.! Drop In and let us tell yon about It, or ask eomeoha who has one.; They ANDY The Radiator Man <2 4th Ave. 8.- Behind' silver Grill. Sheet Matal Worlnn Phin, 17, j D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON l.M. COOMBS r Newi Agent .M.u.i Doris I. R. G COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER PEVELUPIMG, -fRlNTINO, HOME-PORTRAITURE, '-ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO, ;