Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
t'AUK TWELVE 1W DAILY Wasiasoo school; Gordonl I Miller. Tabcr. Tater public; Shirley I Teetzel. Monitor. Greek Valley school; iPhyllts Qiiatte.-Edmonton. Alls Tavlcr school; .Isabclle ACaius, .Cep.ear, Ce- si Bandvole, Carni.iu- gay. Black .Spring VaUoy: Arthur Ca'rdston school; la Beverly pub Louis Leigh, ot Westminster school, wou one of tho Eve fourth prizes in tho Hudson's Bay competition in the FRANK CARLSON FOUND RELIEF IN DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS. Saskatchewan Man Who Suffered'Ail Summer Claims That His New Lease of Health Is Due to Dodd's Kidney Piils. Sask.. May piwluce for school i-blidran o( I He: Didsijity.Uidsbmy VI. senior, .according'to results Francos Foretor, Druujlieller, uouiK-ed by Manager >'ulr of lac LethbrUieo brauch today. Ttio fust prise went to a Calgary Sov- r-ml southern points were represi'nii'd In the list of prize winners In tho com- petition, which attracted great inter- est uuiong tho school boys aad sirls of tho province. Following is the com- plete list of winners the prizes the results appearing iu tho fol- lowing order: name, city, school: First prize. or bicycle or grama- McVeigh, Calgary, King aratc, Dramheller school; Alberta Morrison. sch'ool: Maxim) SprlrigUuru. Sprlngturn school; Klchari! Armour, Madpod. Macleod public; Stanley Kcalsley. Irflhoridge, Westminster school; Enid E. Frowso, Cluny, Cluuy school; Wal- ter Sharpc. EJmontou, McKany Avo. school; Augusta Furmanski, Edmon- ton, Ritchie school; Eleanor Barleau. Calgary. St. Joseph school: Bernard Bissonnlere. George school. Second prize, or wireless set or wrist von Apalup. Cal- gary. Third prize. ?30 or ton. Crand Inn Separate; Mary Dick Xaiitoii, Xsutou .Consolidated; Jean Mclvin, Central school: Mary Shlrlsy. Lethbridge. Flectwood school; Lorna Glean. Lethbrldge .22 repeating Westminster school; .Kmlly Barra rlDe-or pupil of Grandin clough, Edmonton. Aid Taylor.school; aboil i Separate school Edmonton. Era Fortin, Cowley, Cowlcy-public; benefit !ie has received from using I Five prizes of ?io.each or carpeu-.. Masine Richardson, Whltla.WMtla S. Dodd's Kidnev PSIs Is Mr Friukter's set or dressed 2061; Reggie Elliott. Claresholm. Carlson a .well-known and highly re-1 Lethbrldso, Westminster school; Lillian Nichols. suected resident of this place MeKellar, Cepear, Cepear school; Red Deer, Red Deer, public; Helen Olive Smith, Edmonton. McCauloy; O'Brien, Alderson) -Alderson public; spected resident of this pjace. "1 was gassed In a well' on my farm 25 feet deep." Mr. Carlson says. "I was nearly dead. I was treated for a 'whole summer for my trouble, but did not get better. "Then I read little almanac about Bodd's Kidney Pills. had no idea they might benefit me, but was willing to try anythlug. To my sur- S. Keen. Etanstou P. 0., ivanst on -school. Second prize. SI3 or wireless! set or witst Allow, Edniou: ton. Kduiqutou West Mount. Third or .23 repeating rtflo or Mglolsh, Cal- gary, King Ccorgo school. Klve prizes of each or earpou- r'S'set or-dressed Calgary, King .Kdwan! school; Minn la Florence Nelson, Clive, Sharp, ViTnillUira, Knd school; MaJclino Craiglo, Castor. Castor public school; Margaret Sol- horn. Redcllff, Hedvliff school. Five, prizes ot J10 each or fishing outfit or skates nnd Ray- croft, AVelllng. Provo school; Valerie N'ance, Edmontoa. McUongall school; Muriel Pox, Wastlna P. O., Do Jay S. D. No. 2765[ Janet Alice Man- ville. Forest Hill; Dorothy Leslie Ford. Calgary, Coanaught school. Fifty prizes of engraved certificates Blanche Wlckens. Caley, Ci- ley school; Bessie "Crone. Bashiw. Bashaw school; Owen Williamson, Wotasilwin. King Edward; Mattio L. McFadden, Macleod, Ilazelmero; Mar- gery Teetzel, Monitor, Creek Valley chool; .Norrle Logger, Calgary, Cal- ary; Jllchol Rein, Calgary, Connaught ehool; Jessica Beatrice French. Cal ary, St. Hilda's College-; Jaines Brad- ey, Cardiff, Cardiff S. D. No. SUB; school; Annie Douglas. Carbon. Len-jj. A. Warren. Macleod, Macleod pub- liox S. n.; Ailsa Adams, St. Paul Do Harold StevenEon, Grauum, Jumbo Metis. St. Paul school. Valley; .Jessie Newton. Lomond. Lo- Klve prizes of each or fishing j mond Consolidated; Roberl TInsh. outfit or skates aud Lilian Kut- j civde. Clyde Consolidated; Helen whistle, Rollins Hill, S. D. 1794; Jean Switzer, Cherry Grove, Cherry Grove Morrison, Cowley, Cowley public; Amy I school .Evangelino Raynior. Calgary, Benedict, Calgary. Jllllhurst school: I Alexander school; Gertrude Molsou, nriso the improvement in mv gene rail Lucy Semake, VJdland. Vale. Midland i Calgary. Earl Grey school; Irvine, "-ol; Faith Hoople, S. Weal Calgary, Hault _ health was so great, and my kidneys were, so much better, that 1 feel like advising everybody to use Dodd's Kid- noy Pills. I would not be without them." Kidney Pills are a kidney remedy. They strengthen the kidneys end .enable them to do their full'work of straining the impurities out of the Wood- Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills are not the sovereign-remedy for sick kidneys. Vale school; Calgary, Earl Grey school. Fifl5 prizes of engraved certificates I i'herson, Price. Irvine, Irvine public Lee. Cal school; Frances Maud Ferguson, Cal- gary, Ambleslde school; Alex McCalg, Edmonton. Oliver public; James Har- old Creighton. Calgary. .Victoria Col- lege; Jean Black. Calgary, Hlllhurst school; Jean Wilkin, Edmonton, Oliver public; Helen Davies, Olds, Olds pnb- )ic; Meta Gordon, Calgary, Victoria provocational; James Arthur Wright, ain 'school; Mary Breey, Calgary. St. Anne.'s school; Jessie Mc- Sunalta school; Orr Jgary, Stanley Jones -school; Elsie Quail, West Mount school. The Junior Grade List of winners in school children's composition, province of Alberta. 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It therejs anything in tho .belief'In elepathyv Khaym certainly gave' demons I ration which attracted eon sideraolo attention in Cuf way ho ir rived at the answers to questions giv en, in derining the names and the thoughts of- the writers. These wer enclosed in onfelopos' to which ho had not the slightest access, and they remained'in Tiew of the the'lime the answers were haing gi_r en. The appealing part of the ner formance was tha.t the questions wer suh.niitted hy many in the theatre wh were well known .to the rest bt th with not the slightest hln of anything in the way of collusion The names every instanc correctly given with the question an answer, in which there was no mlstak that Khaym had divined thought of those who asKed them. Khaym performs without anytliin which in ay to supvpso that he was dependent on any artificial aid in the way of electric or telephonic communication. 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