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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY PAGE FIFTEEN (ihr.fiu'dsdiVs nay (lomnanyi SCHOOL CHILDREN'S COMPETITION Celebrating the 250th .Anniversary of the Oldest Commercial -institution; in the .World to All School Children, Up to the Age of Fifteen Years, Private Schools in ALBERTA. 126 MAGNIFLCENlf FRIZES TO BE WON Read the Rules and Instructions, Write An Essay on "A Short Hwtory of the Hudson's Bay Company" and Send it to One of Our Stores BEFORE; FEBRUARY soth, 1920 RULES II READ THESE CATlEnrLLT 1. The competition la open to all members of public and private schools in tho.Province'of Alberta up to tha ol 15 yecxs. Members ot high school and univers- ities aro barred. Bssaya.-irlien received, will be graded Into TWO CLASSES. JUNIOR and SENIOR. Junior will cover replies received from children up to and Including'the of 11 Senior Grade from 12 to 14 years inclusive. Prizes of the same ralue and .number will bo awarded ouch grade. THEHH WILL 'BH NO BETWEEN THE TWO GRADES. i' 2. Tho suujecl of the essay will be "A Short History of tho Hudson's Bay covering tho whole of its life lip to Ihe present day. a.'Essays aro to consist of not more than or lew llinn words. 4..Each competitor will attach to hia or her reply'a cer- tificate, signed by his or her teacher, giving the cpm- 'jjetltor'B nge, Iho school attending, and the class of the competitor is a member. 5. Essays' will bo written in Uie competitor's own hand- will" bo judged for neatness, spelling, hand- -Ivriting, composition, and accuracy as to statements. wiD be awarded Wr the fcert essays y Company" grade as Ctmpfcfely Rtted Bicyde with Spotlight, etc. Grunophone Marconi Wireless Recehring Set Gold Wrist Watch RECEIVING UP TO MILES .22 Winchester Repeating Rifle Camera First of Second Prize of Third Prize of Five Prizes 1 five Ife of Fifty Prizejat a Essayed Certificate of Good Work 63 PRIZES FOR EACH GfcADE _ 126 PRIZES FOR ALL GRADES LOOK! K you do nofwnt any of the prizes mentioned above we will obtain for you, K possible, tie article you rfeirre, corresponding the value of the prize you haVe won. AH of the above be issued in of certificates entitling the holder to obtain the money or article desired, upon presentation of the certificate held, at any of-the Company's stores b the Province of Alberta. _ Complete Carpenter's Set, took, etc. Beautifully Dressed Doll r _ _. Fishing Outfit, Rod; Reel, Basket Skates and Boots _______ INSTRUCTIONS RULES READ THESE CAREFULLY 5. Competitors will tonrard .their essays in envelopes addreieed to "The Manager, Hudson's Bay Cooi- tlo etore nearest to.whera they are residing, btfore February 20lh. ]920.: fcirelop03 will be-mariod dfctinclly Uie oufslde, "School Culldreo'n Compell; 7. take place at Calgary. Tan judges will not be members of tho Hudson's Bay Company, but will selected from prominent educationalists in tho prov- ince, decision -will be final. 8. The winners, of all'prizes will be announced in. this paper on May 3rd, 1S20. 9. Tho first prize in each-grado will be presented to the successful compelllor by Iho Governor of the Company, Sir Robert Klndersley will visit Canada during May. If the successful compelHor does not resiSo in l city that Ihe Governor will visit, the Company will piy all necessary eiponaes'to enable, .the winner lo come into trie- presence .of. the Governor for this presentation. an essay on "A SHORT HISTORY OF TUB HUDSON'S BAY COMPAQ ,bn foolscap piper You.citn refer lo any books or papers you wish, uut write it YOURSELF. your teacher to give, you a certificate, saying how old you are, where jou go to school and what you aro in Pin Ihls to your essay. Jolmra-AddfeVtho BAY COMPANY at tie STORE NEAREST to where you'live. Mark the envelope "School.Children's Competition.' nv FIFTli-IIAND or MAIL your essay loUiotoANAGm of our store' at IHc address you just written. SURE lo do Ibis so that our Manager will receive your reply before'.VBBRUAin 20th, 1020. f ir vi j uui UCCAJI Uiu UL uui j TELL YnuR LITTLE FRIENDS ABOUT THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S COMPETITION so (hat they can also TRY TO BE ONE OF THE ONE HUNDRED 'AND' SIX LUCKY BOYS AND GIRLS. M TWENTY bo grateful, for is a re-. Uiiitpd: jit Music, cards ami dancing will -form the-- pleasing diversion. affonlcii. those attondins the At Hprnu betlig glveil j orchestra provided excellent music for by the ladies of St. Patrick's .church' and though they in the SI. Basil's school next Tuesday until after three o'clock, tho dancers evening, January '27th. untiring. Tho patronesses Mr. S. S. U.unham returned this Calgary, where ho has Iwen attending' tbo U, tion. Mii. P.- W. Downer' left..today for Victoria. I ris Stoltzo Monday for .Win- MrH. A. Ki. Humphrlefl'arid'Bon, Bertj nrrivcil in Ihe'clty today from Victor- In. Tlir.y will roniain hero for Iho next ten days. Mrs.'B. B. McKay" and son left to- dny for Ihe, coast. Tho many friends of Mrs. Itehvii; T.ho was recently succossfnlly oncr- nlcd upon by Woodcock for disord- ers of Iho noso Is projfresslnB moat favorably, t Itev. A. II. Banoon loaves tonight for CalpatV where hii will preach on Sunday. Friday In tha'clly with friends. Mrs. rJoVelier, Mrs.' Conybeare and Jlrs. Smith. Tbo punch liowl was lire- sjdcd over by Miss Rela Alrd while tho refreshments were in charge of Mrs. U. u. McMillan and Mrs. Brand-, cr. Jliss Gate's was of ihe arrangements'is'tb be'lngnly''com- mended for the success attending this dance fis It was assuredly one of the ilr.-McMillan acted as .sec- Ircnsnrcr and wore most efficient.in tha' performanco of their dutWs. The jmlronjsaea were .itylish'ly h's wcro also: Mrs. 'J. X. HUcliIo.with-sca green satin skirt anil handsomely embroidered bodice, Mrs, S J.. Shepherd, pencil satin cff-sctlvoly trimmed with flowers; Mrs. llnmby, Ijlue satin charmcnsc with brilliants; The evening is certain to bo an en- joyable one, lire onlertaimntnt begin- ning promptly at o'clock. Cars will bo available for the homeward journey so no fear need he entertain- aa to tho- security ol? thoao attending. A parly Mr J! evoning, .Mrs. J. missel] Kenncuy ana u Gladrie-. e evenng-vvas roug o a conclusion by tnc serving of re-fresh- half-hour of bible study. Young mar-, ness' charming partner. It-was de- ments. riod couples are especially invited; i scribed as "nothing unusual" in the tha etiqitelte of dancing. Mr; RlchnVd- eon said the nearest approach to "cutting in" was :in a dance called tho "Paul Jones." which was Intro- duced by. United Slates nuval offi- cers during' their stay in tho Liver- pool dit'Mot. bi UHS Ounce, when tho music suddenly ceased for-.a inomerit or two, all Uie partners separated and each nanccd off with tho girl or man nearest at hand. It was a dancing grab bag, so to speak- also any young women visiting In the I L .__ city or any not connected -wilh any oDma, rs. s Lucille Harvey -havo Kindly re-j th Music lovers of Lethbridge aro _.-. Imving a delightful treat planned for other Ecliool. Class meets with the their enjoyment by the LaMiesV Chor- Sunday school directly after Dlornins al Club who are preparing tho prfescn- scrvico.in the hall. (atlon of n concert in tho Christian Collectors ol Ihe systematic, giving of the SI. Augustine parish auxiliary h r.of> rs H n Invlfation of tho K i ''Johnson, Tho following pro- aro especially rcqueslcd to be present lo imitation of tho K. 011 Molltlayi cntortainment for 'the patients in Frank Sanllarium, lo take place on Sunday, January 2nlh. Tho .following am) Mrs. Cull. lo be cnttnisiastic.illy received: Plnno Mrs. Long programmb >vlll ho rendered: 1. Piano. _dlicit ..'.'No 'Surf.onijer Miss Lucille Harvoy Lcs M. f'oomua; 2. Stephen Adams, Leo M. .Coombs; 3. Selection from Kausl, Mrs. J, Ittmoll "Ananias of Mrs. Sanmlcrs, black satin with 0-Iab- Kennedy; 4 ntc oven'.rapories of silk feMurat JIis LncUle Harvey; u Mrs. J. K. Tcrrill, manva .satin 'nuet; Comei Oer Sea and neaYls; Mrs. P; lledlcy, blfl'ck anil snnii toned overclrapes; Mrs. M. Mrs. J.' II. Kennedy Coombs; 6. "Tlio Children's SOCIAL EVENTS One of tho gayest (ivcirLi of the floanon was Iho Hlnnbiril danco given last night tho Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. O. D. K. In thn K. of P. linll. Softly gloaming roso shaded Ininps with fcstouns of bhio garlands nnd caught from tha central lump and carried out lo the aides (if the building transformed the spacious hall Into a veritable- fairyland. A rain- bow of color was lent by tho frocks S. McArthur. blue tcffcla with rose M. Coomlis; 7. corsage; Mrs. Hick Mrs. Jos. Young, I Your MTS. J. K. Kennedy; a. Mrs, Simmons, Miss Penncfather, "Tho Maplo (b- "Bonnie flesh satin with brilliant Iriinmlngs; I Hanks o' Loch fc) "Kalh- Misg Livlngalono, white crepe met- 'ten Mnvournccn." Leo M. Coombs; cor chiffon ovordrapc' N. "What Ihe Lltllc Girl Mlas Smith', black'charmeiisVwIl'li Lucille Harvey; 10. Duct, Miss Huff, pink satin; Miss B. Little, (Tnlcs of J. n. Ken- white satin with roses; Mrs, Cart- wright, old natlu; Miss Marra, white satin and ovcrdrano; MiSR S. flonnoll, old roso satin, gracefully draped; 13. Hilling, yellow laffctn effectively trimmed with laco; Miss F.lton, pale blue wllh hrilllanls; Miss U. Hazell, deep, pink; Miss M. Hazell, blue charmeuso with black over- drnpcs and corsage bouquet of lean roses; Miss M. Vonnj, liirqnoisi! (nffcla wilh gold laco Irimmlnga; Miss Alrd, Iilack p.itln wilh .overdriper- ioa; Mrs. McMillan, iihck charmsnso willi Irimming; Mrs. Hick, midnight blun; Mrs, Sick, old roso satin with ermine eoarf; Illgin- nedy anil Leo M. Coombs. Qod Save Iho King. At 111'! piano. Miss Lucille Harvey and Ixio M. Coombs, Tho concert bfJng given under tho auspices of the Philharmonic Society ol this city In the Majestic thealro to- morrow (Sunday) cvjrUng promises to lie one of outstanding success. Tho program will cornmeiKo promptly nt nino o'clock, Judging by Iho enthusiasm evidenc- ed at tho Burns' danco given in ihe 0. W, V. A. club rooms last evening the flplrit uf youth Is no.ver dampened by adverse weather conditions. About LiketU Mo" (Mac- Vocal' Love Song" (May Miss Smith. Vocal Would That My Love" Mrs. Hcalh and Miss Dunsworlh. Me. If All Ttioso Ungearing Young Charms" (Adam- Piano Mra. W. II. Johnson. Mrs. Taylor, Jliss Shirley, Mrs. Dawson. Bird in Hand" (llocc- Vocal solo "The Maid" Miss Wellington. Piano Miss Dimswortli. Collection. Vocal Boat Mlas Wellington and Mrs. Johnson. (H. Bern- Vocal "A Spirit Flower" (b) "A Now Day (Klorcnci) Parr Mrs. Jan. 2Gth nt 3.30 o'clock In Ihe parish hnll. Tho women of Mooschenrt Legion, Chapter 32S, will meet in Mooso Hnll on Monday evening nt 8 o'clock prompt. A full attendance is request- ed. 'Members of the St. Mary's Woman's Auxiliary are holding a missionary meeting on Monday afternoon, Jan. .IGth at in the parish hull. All la- lies of tho congregation aro earnestly nvltcd to allend. of the Jinccrs, matrons and dehu- linttiam, while anil tullo scarf; 1150 persons enjoyed' thi Untcs. All tho appolntment.1 wore ex-{ Mian D. Coci, blue satin heavily! event and remained until ccllont and tho evening wna ono Mfs.q DowsMI, wlilla (Affel.i; [hours. This ilanco was th Oio most enjoyable. Mrs. Broaseau's Miss Jl. McCambly, wbila taflota wllli 1 eorica lo bo la tho old hall and H. H. Jutmeui., "Snnshind imil Mrs. Honlh, Mrs. Sohl Miss itohcrtson. (fatty Stair) "Says (Cecil God Savo Ilio JCIng, A very successful ovonlng wag spon! when tho A.Y.I'.A. mot, tho rellg A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING and literary cpiamltlpo haxlniiiih idoals. A' simple thing such afi A butter wrapper cnn bo made itso of. When making suet pudding, -roll It in tho natier before putting It In Iho cloth. I Thla will make the pudding light and Iho cloth'much easier to woMt, "It Is my joy in life lo find At turning of tho road This strong arms of a comrade kind, To help mo onward with my load; And slnco I have no gold to givo, -My only prayer Is, wlillo 1 live- God make mo ivorlJiy of my frlonds." "A true- friend Is an Inspiration as well as n comfort, nol so n nJ> by what ho dons for us, but l.r whal he (nciJes us do and lo be, bo- cauao of his example, his deeds nnd sec in ua Breakfast Luncheon Dinner Supper Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity .arid higK quality. We have beeri chocolate and cocoa.for nearly 140 years. WALTER BAKER MONTREAL.CAfJ. EstaO'Jshaa lisa, DOBCHESTER. ;