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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1921 LBTHBRroOB UATl.Y HEKAtD I'AGB THRK8 Torn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture I nto Cash By Using the Tfaflanews fw Sale" Cohmm-It WiD Surprise You How Easy ft Is To SeO Anything NOTICE IMPOUNDED Taia Eotlco that the fallow inn do- Kribed anlmata are Impounded on the Blood. Ksservo under regulations jiads by the Indians at the lllood band and assented to by Hla Koyul HlKhnesn the Governor-General. Aul- Hals are held at St. Mary's Cmv Camp, situated about seven mileB portb-eaflt of the town of Caniston DBB pinto KddlMK, aged, brand cd on left thigh. m One bay gelding, aged, brand- ed on laft jaw, on left shoulder. _____ Due buckskin mare and colt, br.mueu C ft on left shoulder. fney. gelding, 8 years, branded on left shoulder. One grey gelding, aged, Brand Red on left shoulder, and on right shoulder. y gelding, 2 years old, linbrand- ed. One sorrel gelding, 6 years, branded on left shoulder. One black gelding, 2 year old, branded on right thigh. hay gelding, 3 year old, branded. on right thigh. One bay mare, 2 year old, branded on left thigh. One hlack gelding, 4 years, branded on left thigh. Due sorrel gelding, B years, branded on right thigh. One brown mare, 2 year old, branded on left thigh. One hlack. gelding, 2 year old, branded on left thigh. One bay mare, 2 year old, branded 5c on left thigh. Ono bay gelding, 2 yiar old, branded 6c on left thigh. One sorrel mare, 7 years, no risible brand, white strip on face. One black mare, 9 years, brand- ed on right shoulder. One sorrel mare, yearling, One black mare, 7 years, brand- ed.on, left thigh. One brown gelding, aged, branded on left thigh. ne brown mare, 7 yrs. branded on left thigh and on right shoulder. __ "hay mare, 9 years, branded C on right shoulder. One black mare, 5 years, brand- ed on left thigh. mare, B rears, 'iranded on left thigh and ou left Jaw. MADE A BIG HU Put on Play and Delighted Peo- School Gave Festivities (From Our Own Correspondent) MAOHATH, Jan. of the most successful plays ever presented to Magrath people was the one given on Thursday evening, Dec. 30th, en- titled, "And Home Came Ted." The play was undor tho excellent management of Ernest Bonnion all, "the the player, wore local talent, riiey a head Magratu college m raced an audience which completely CalgarT. Thia cup mutt ba won threo BVcceSSior-. before It becomes 3l. Magrath let them use tho balcony, the first Fred GuyaTay- loavee neit week for Cllfiry where hu been transferred by the Pir- rlih and lieimenburger Clrtln Co. to look' after an elevator there. A number of town pwple went to Sehl to the dance Wednesday night. Dancing parties btra been the order of Xnus holidays. Everyone has been well attended. The married peo- ple's dance on Tuesday evening was one of tho largest attended and was one enjoyed all. Many people who have not for many years tripped the light (autistic were there and til to- gether onjoyod it. Miss Grace Fletcher was surprised by a bunch ot young friends on Tues- day evening. A good time was had auii served. Proud of Cup The cup, won by Magrath Cadet Corps la on display In the drug store window. It was won for the would not accommodate the crowd so: t_ DroDertv of school EM REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow ing Box OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS time It has been used for this purpose. Tho stags scenery ior, Lorraine Rich, Lovrran, Meldrum, Lalaveo Jensen. A. J. Mercer, instWtc- Fred Stoddard won the medal for the best Individual shot, winning 07 beautiful, and did much towards mak- ing play the success It was. The scene was the ofBca and 'reception room of HU Inn In thei Catskl 11 The gervice now on d, ,n tains. Deer heads, staffed birds, skins lthe front window of the town hal, I of all descriptions and other relics be preaeilted to the town by the made the scene does not Women., institute. It Is a laree flag every day. Onall Jna bay 'mare, 5 years, brande on right thigh. One roan mare, white strip on face, 4 years, blotched brand. One brown gelding, 3 years, no vis- ible brand. One brown mare, 4 years, branded on right jaw. One bay gelding, 3 years, brand D R on right shoulddi. One sorrel gelding, four years, branded on left shoulder. One brown mare, 6 years, branded on right thigh. One black gelding, 5 years, bi C T on right shoulder. One brown mare, 8 yeurs, branded on right thigh. One black mare, 4 years, branded on right thigh. One grey gelding, S years, branded on right jaw. J. C. Thompson. One grey mare, yearling, no visible brand. One bay mire, 3 yean, brand- ed. One brown mare, 8 years, branded on right shoulder. One bay mare, 6 years, brand- ed on right shoulder as above brand. One bay mare, whits spotted, 2 years, no visible brand. One bay gelding, 4 years, branded on right thigh. One black mare, C years, brand- on left shoulder. One brown mare, S years, branded. J. C. Thompson.' One black mare, 5 years, brandeu v on right shoulder. J. C. Thompson. Ono black gelding, 9 years, branded on right shoulder. One brown mare, 9 years, branded-oil right thigh. One white gelding, iged, branded S X on left thigh. One bay mare, 8 years, brand- ed D O left thigh, and right thigh. _____ One grey gelding, 4 years, branded H on left shoulder. One bay gelding, yearling, branded G S on right shoulder. One brown mare, 5 years, branded on right thigh. One sorrel gelding, 7 years, branded on left jaw. One black mare, years, brawl- ed on right thigh. Ono brown mare, G years, branded on k-ft shoulder. Ona black maro, aged, branded on left Bhonldcr. (One blue r.niro, aged, visible Head bramlud tm ieli tliisii. made of beautiful material, red, white It would be hard to distinguish be- and and colltalnB a maple lea{ (or tween the players, each In his sep-1 oach Magrath who serfed in ths arate.role, as they were very evenly Oreat War. Gold mapie Ieats [or those who green ones for those who re- balanced. Mr. A. B. CritchSald, as the negro turlled and the women's Institute mammy, and Mrs. L. S Taylor the, be for the splen- spinster are two of Magrath's oldest: dld gut players and wo no longer class them, Mr a'nd Mn j j cutertalned as amateurs, their parU were profes- Rt an supper party on Thursday night. Those present were sionally rendered. A. J. Mercer as 'Sheet Kelly theMr and B Bennioni Mr- and clerk, had a rola sparkling with A. j. Mr. and Mrs. H. and humor and kept the audience Wood M and Mr3 j gab and Mr roaring. Miss Margaret Watson, as and MrB j the housekeeper had one oji Mr and Mrs Bttnk of Mon. those sweet appealing parts that pull trcal entertained on Thursday even- at the heart strings, and tho player j A number of out 0( towa Bucsts lug. UL ULIL UL Lmvu lives in the heart ot tne people longlag as Magrath a after. She was her self in her ...i -otrnniinw no Hin part. Miss Alice Woolley as the heiress looke'd sweet in her beautiful evening: gowns and proved a charming Visit, From Inspector J. A. Smith, inspector of the High partner for the "Mystery Miss Tdel Toomor as the "Honolulu Hum- jinlng captured the men iher charming smile ana pleasing manner. B. Bennion as the "Mystery played the hero role. We can always bank on Mr. BennJoa. He always pleases with that particular style all his own and made a real swell looking man and a flue speech as regards what a real mau is.. Clifford W'hitt in the part of "Jim played a difficult role, im- personating a lawyer, K farmer and a burglar, all of which ho did with mark- ed ability. J. T. Steels, as "Ira the vil- lian playerl a heavy role and portray- ed marked dramatic ability. Miss Hazel Ririe, as "The imd Wm. Bluinel, as rendered their parts so naturally It made one really wonder If they had not eloped and wed In reality. Last but by no means least was Rodney Taylor in the part of "Sen- ator McCorkle." He was big and pompous gruff and portrayed to perfection an irate old father. The play was considered a huge success by everyone. It is a late play, right up to the minute, sparkling with wit and humor, clean and fine, also sweet pathetic scenes Intertwined kept the audience in excellent spirits and roars ot laughter. A High School Opera The Magrath High School put be- fore the public for their approval, Dec. Schools of the province, visited the school herft just before the Xmas holidays. This in his first trip of the school year. The next one will be in the spring. From ail that Mr. Smith said, he considered the rtigh school in good shape. His report to the trustees will come in due time. At night at the residence of Mr. Chris. Jensen, chairman of the school board, Mr. Smith met with Mr. Jen- sen, Mr.-Parkinson, Mr. Woolley, Mr. Steele and Mr. Mercer. Here he put before those present the desires of the department regarding High school work ;n the province as well us la Magrath. He suggested that at tie beginning of the next school year that a new room be added in High school where [Grade XII. work can be' done. Tjfls new .grade has never taught in Magrath yet, hut it no reason why it. should not be, for every boy and girl should he given a chance to get through all grades In the High school at home and not bs forced to go away to finish. It was intimated that if Magrath did her part in this line that the province will do its part too. FOREMOST ITEMS 23rd, tho comic operetta, nant." "The Pen- This was quite an undertaking, for the operetta was of a high order, and some of the music was quite difficult for boys and girls ot High School age, but the students displayed themselves in extra fine order. In all cases of the Important characters in the caste real was shown. The cos :ume part was under the di- rection of Miss Margaret Watson, the dramatic director, Mr. A. J. Mercer, the chorus work by J. A. Mercer, and the solos worked out by P. G. Clarke. Miss Snow was accompanist. Boys and girls of the public school sold tickets in advance so that a big house was assured; ?120 was taken in. ''Tho is.a school play in which true worth' triumphs over name and position. The caste was as follows Jack Larson, a senior, Grant Wool- ley; Lord Woodby, an heiress hunting Englishman, Rodney Taylor; Lev! Lender, a Jewish money lender, Ned Stoddard; Verdeut Green, a freshman, Hall Poulsen; Mr. Bond, a newly rich, Harold Merkley; Mrs. Bond, a society climber, Leone Alston; Doris Bond, sweetheart of Jack, Flora Merkley; Mrs. Reno Grass, a widow, Minnie ThorpeT Miss Young, Cleo Jensen; Miss Sweet, Mima Gigs; choruses, football and college girls. The solos and chorus work was very good. The football team opening chorus started the play off with a vim. The chorus at the finis ot act one was excellent, also the good night song by the girls in pajama costume and candle. Tho elopment scene was also a very line part all acted and well trained. After the performance the entire company were served to a de- licious luncheon Ijy Mrs. S. Taylor, Miss Turner anu Miss Harris. Miss Kelpiia Harris gave a very good char- actor song between acts. A Happy Chinaman Long Jim, one of Magrath's most] Chinese has i been one of the happiest men in Mu-' grath durins the Xmas holidays. Christmas morning brought a ten- pound baby boy. Mother and babe arc Joins fine and Loins Jim Is being con- gratulated. Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Godfrey miter- tiUned a nunibor of friends on Wed- nesday evening. A jolly time was had by all present. crowd mnt on Wednesday ovpnliiR at the homo of Mr. Frank '.''orsyiho and surprised him. A ant evening was spent. Mr, lerta college, Edmonton today. Mrs. E. B. Shutz left ou Wednes- day for Ontario. Mr. Greeni returned to Calgary on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Thompson of Nemiscam spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cal- noun, on Dec. 27, a son. COMBINE FRANCE'S BORROWING IN STATES NEW YORK, Jan. plan to combine all of France's financial needs In this market for 1921 was re- ported In Wall Street today to be un- der negotiation by representatives of the French government In the United States. The arrangement is not ex- pected to ba completed possibly be- fore March, but if successful, it was said, all French requirements would be placed In one lot. Maturities for the year will Exceed in the United States, It is estimated. The Civil Service Association of the province of Quebec has received Its charter as a member'of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. They WORK while you sleep" (From Our Own Correspondent) 'FOREMOST, Jan. with its round festivities and con certs and reunions and giving, forth of good cheer has come and gone again, ana the New Year is anon us. In the unfolding of life and the de- velopment of character, which aftor all, Is the only thing worth while. 1920 has-been just what we .made, it; 1921 will be the same. Here's hoping that 1921, In things that permanently count may the, best ever. Messrs, dhfford and Brit. Hunt af- ter a brief visit at home return to AI- Take one or two Cascarets occasion- ally to keep your liver and bowels active. When bilious, constipated, Ireadachy, unstruas or for a cold, up- set stomach, or bad breath, nothing acts so nicely as Cascarets. Children love them, too. 10, 25, 50 cents. BANKING BY MAIL THE chief object! of a SAVINGS ACCOUNT is to save and accumulate fund for unexpected opportunities and for use in time of need. Have_ you soma money put by for immediate use in case you meet with adversity? Those livingindistriets without the services of a local bank can do their banking by mail just as safely" and conveniently as though done in person. m Write for our booklet "Banking by MCRCHANTS BANK Held Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1884. aptcifUy JWuuO tlenu. Private nd lemi-prlTati rooini. I30.M, and III wwi. Write rot wtorruitloa ta Hn. M. X. Van Haarlem, tendeiL MIS3 AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. PupiU antel- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collen ot Music, London. England. 1M ptr cent year successful. MRS. W. H. Piano and Theory. Pupils prepawi for the Toronto- Conservatory ot Music eiams If desired. Annual recital. Studio, 1233 Bth A, South CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in PrenoS dry cleaning. We are the oltfasl In ths city. We use tao French gratem, trhich irs tTery spot and eliminates pos- sible Injrfry to gartncnts. fflvinff bljTh class results Special atteatlon ta country work. 824 6th Street South. Phone 1S1Z. Collect and dellror. LO6 PIIBSSINO. Repairing and altoratlona veil dona reasonable prices. Wei aall fof lid dsllnr goods. 110 7tH St South. Phone 153J. GUNSMITH! OtlNSMITHS barrels stratEhtsned, cins restock- KQn worh done by i ennsmtth. ke.'s made, locks phonographs, loy Buchlnery reuaired. lawn mowers sharpened D K. Indian Motorcycle Aftnt toll. Blreet, opposite Hanld cfflca. DtCOKATINO WTCT.UNOTON tort. PiportiiiDKen and Kilsonlnlnx. and Kin Wrtttni KitlmtiH oMcst rstlbllilted is Ret 17ft! gbirlMk Wit, Albtrta. Dwioratlnt snit IM Roothl E U COPELAV3. K. H. KENT. The Pyramid Decorating' Co ior decorating ani paperhanglnj a clalty Satlltfled customers our aim. Pbonit 1903. TSth SL Sr.Tlth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECOnATOR. KlUblllhed 1909. rhlrty-flvs experience In ior and Interior Decorating. 167 lltb bt South. Bitlmatei RH. Phone list WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored befora the frost comes, with the boat Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In'anc! let us tell yon about it, or ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY the Radiator Mm