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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LiniBRIDGK D.\1LY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 10T? Coaldale's School Fair Was A Decided Success t Kddie Vedorsen. who a bo was second VFroni Otir On 11 *mmi a failure. The time tor prepai a: ion *hort. a nil the drought m;nle firhlbtts hard to find. In addition 10 this Coaidale had a new prim ival �who had to acquire all tin* d'TaiN ;n two weeks. Th� fair, however. *\a* an utui'M't- t fiod success. Kven sr.o- 1 1 1 1 Much credit due to the fta;'f of j Coaidale -u-hn.r, who have worked Hre- ai>o wish * j for Lie moment. She muM have | worked. �ttt oin> with diligence, hut .? iup�.�rt of M r. A ! H"* :-:\o;v . MI rhetj. i tta:;';nan of !5;f school � :d. U ;(:iottf h;;n, i: i> \�-;y douhi L:l :f ill** ;"ai: .\u.ihi ii.i\e hteii jm^- sibli' The sfl'.oc! ro-vt-r -k.- nptto frieud* �dmi: thm i* beyond taoir wspertaii.m-vegetable aud flowe- e\h;loT .\ .:; ->�; ; >n x*nn door;* the athletic e wnr - had abandoned. The sineinc. or.c. ? ? * v 1 * for hi:- 1 TMC CAWAOtAN SALT CO. UMITED iiir and most snui'yitm. ar.d r\>M,\one > �r:n�'d ii;-o\;dod d \ ielu> are cuimiion '1*he vMVK  Crvfial Lake and K*-ady:tut;io rnn>ol- ; soldiers' eoioity to ;:>e nortii of i'oa'  Idatcd. i'ry.rte up to 7u bn-hets J i ratl> i Ui;:. '.>!. !:�]'. If ('anadians waste the biic money they are making now. ratmda will suffer economic defeat. She will be almost a? badly off as Germany. Savy to keep Canada secure. � i *  * * a a a a ^ a sior. Toe elevator is vvorkin^ almost day ^ and niaht handiinj; tao j;raia that is po;;rin5 in. while the loading of baled hay i> a task *hat has no end. Ruli> I My was observed in t!te i'onl-dale Sunday ;.t>o.� on Sunday last, l *\ ninety peopie were iu atfon onsisted of an of the m'hool in which *-inup-ftor.* a.I took part M;ss Kmde sang very Tb� m.--r e.ive?e\i t:opa> J' w^-i ! acceptably, aad rh'dma Loekwood and \ ihe eaampio;i*.;oi' cap. 'o ne >i h> ICddie IVder?-�m >bowed them-'dves  he p-spJl r*�c�;v;ng : n.. h:g.>'-: n::m-: very �i*'-eJ ;cs instrumentalist?" The urr uf poluts in ai; � ;a>sv- 'P;:s wa-( minister -poke ou "\s'hat .lesus Means ' w,ip, by iJjrora\ Kilatuv*. one of our i to I's Today.'* SUvJo-Z-aiudians. >h'> j;;*tiy very Mrs. Norton Jjn.^ returned froie. her BELGIANS PROUD OF SUCCESS Pari?, Oet. .2.-President Poineaire yesterday reeoivod from King Albert of Belgium, a telegram replying to congratulations sent by President Po!n-iaie on the sueeoas of ttxe Belgians :n the tii;iitin^ against the Germans m PUtmiers. "The Ueljiuin*." said K!n^ Albert. "iu*o very proud to contribute by every means lo the triumph of luo sae-rod cans*1 of the allies " TfiM ciiii * :ici e^^ ion i I ^.�" w oi * 1 ii I SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS fP ' pi!fin"mtf&'� and reports a most enjoy-) ' able trip in the noixheru par; of the I province. Tao clan's in Kir-' Aid to be sivm I by Chief Hardy of U'tlibridp' "�vjll ; b.-gin nn Tuesday evenint:. October at 7 p.m in the sehool. Please wdori'r be too bu*y to attend thU .Uda>. t-e>Mabel; Philadelphia. !'�. -  I sufferari fo? ', Lockw^Axi. t'oaiuale, $:'.': Hmah Mc | t�f�a long ytars with a !am� hack* j In tosh. Coaidale. $J.ut�; Vistula Nor-* h H Mifeholl. Coaidale. itarry H trohi. Crystal Lake, r .:ra. t"has. Pedersen. Coaidale, Section A. (School ComprtiMon) - CUi-s '2: :st. Miss Hunt. Coaidale: :nd. Crystal Lake; ::rd. Miss Ross. Coaidale. Class * � Coaidale school. Section H. \ Nature Study!-Class I: \: 1st. C.race "VP.lehelb Coaidale; 2nd. Art hie Mitchell, roaldale; -rd. 1-Mdie Pedersen. Coaidale; tth. Allan Donaldson. Coaidale. Class 7; Dinah Me-lnto-h. Coahlab1, ?ud. Doris Dunham. Coaidale: ::rd. Craco Mitohell. Coab dalo: 1th. Mary D ividson. Cla?s S: Yistuia Norton. Coaidale. Sett ion (V ' i lard en Produce > Ch'ts^ 1: 1st, Doris Duniiani. Coaidale; 2nd. Imi tJiiford. Crystal Lake: ard. Tom pupii. Coahlale; Hh. Marino Kinc. Coaidale. Cta-s ?: Is*. Hertial Walker. Coaidale: 2nd. Doris Dunham. CnaldnW; ;:r.i. [:u iJilfor 1. ('rystal Lake; Ph. A(-o Watt, t'ry 3: 1st. Kddie P"?: 1'h. Kddi.- Pedersen. Coaidale, Seetiou L � Miseellaueousi-('Lis? C!a^ tL lla Compound, a trial. If *DB�?lieatio�s writ* . Ly; ':rd. Kthel j Tiionv t'ouid*!*'. tl.r.n, Aru^s Kou-� kal. Coaidale. $1 :. Section P- Sowing l^L Mary Coup- j land. Cfystoi l�ik�. oo; 2nd. Ger-j I trjde Jiarold. Crystal Lake, $2a�o; ;jrd ' j Agnes K on kal. Coalddle. $1.>''-; 4th.' j Dorothy KiUtova. Coaidale. I ; S^ctiua G. Art 1st. Wallace Grun-j wald. Coabiale. |5 00: :nd. Harry . d^rgrf-n. Cr>>tal Lake. 12. Co; Do roth v J ; Klirova. CaBidale. I2.>; ::rd. Tbolma ' ; Uickwoo. j Section H. -Oratory and ftonipopi-i Hon; Class r. Audrey Class I ii. Barn�tte Orunwald; Class HI. Kd-' dt*s Ped*�r�on; Class IV.. Kddie P*-dor-^t*ii Winner of rup. Eddie Pedrt^an. Suction i -Miseellan^oui i^itpher Our Men's, Youths' Suits are all pleasing, the eye and the pocketbook. Of our "Queen Quality" coats for ladies little need sat are prices which will induce you to \Vc can also make your suit on the premises if you wish, exactly in accordance with your fancy. Satisfaction guaranteed, fit the hard to fit. Section D. � GrainL- Class T Ira Holtman. Coaidale: 2nd. MiUuMl. Coaldab*; r.rd. Doris 'nam. Coaidale; -Pit. KrneM. Crystal Lake. CUim* 2: Is:. Nt. (Irace Du n- Hun*. Perrv p i i 1 i l i FRUIT SALT Hkadachks ! What woman Isn't subject to them ? Some frequently. Others less often. But, in any case, if the womenfolk would only follow the example set hy their husbands and brothers in the use of Eno's *4Frwit Salt," ihey, too, would escape the annoying*, painful headaches caused by a lazy liver or deranged digeative system. Made of the attmulatin� and refreshing' elements of ripe frntt juices, Eno's rouses the lorpid liver to fresh activity and t leunses and invigorates the U'holc; digestive and eliminative i I L I tract. A headache where Hue's is. has no show All dpufgists sell ^lino's Prepared by J. C. ENO, Limited, "Fruit Salt Work./1 London, Eng. Sole A tents for North HAROLD F, RITCHIE * CO., Limitad, 10 McCaul St. TORONTO a 2 Gould. Crystal Lak*-; 2nd. Durothy V'ilaiova. Coaldah'; :*rd. Tom Coup-land. Crv^tal Uik'-1; Wh. Hnwavd D� Mo'.i. Cualdalo. lias.- .': ViHtuia Norton, Coa Id j.1p : 2nd. Vi-lula Norton, i 'oaldal' ; :;rd. Isabel Hal win, (.'oaidah- ith. Kdclio !V-jVvs^u, Coul dale. Cia.^s i 3 si, Krn est Hun',. Crystal Uikc; 2nd. Kthtd Thom. Coal-I daic; ::nl. Audrey WHi.-;. Coaidale: 4th Dinah Mcintosh. Coaldah;. Clais I: Is:. Adolph Kotikah CoaUal": 2nd. Claudt* Shrunc Coaldah*: -rd. Mary Would, ('ryntal Lake; I'.u, John Bar-Ion', Coaidale. Section K (Cookiuel- Class 1; IsL Ethi-i Thoin. Coaldalo; 2nd. Dinah Mc.lnU)>h. Coaldalo; Urd. Dallas Holtman, Coaidale; 4th. U'ttle Krnde, Coal-dale, chins 2: 1st. Dallas Holtman. Coaidale; 2nd. Dinah Mcintosh, Coal-dale: "rd, Agnei Koukal. . U�. Eihei Thoin. Coaidale. 2nd. Asm-* Koukal, Coaidaic-; *.'.�� d, Letlif Emd*1, Coaidale. Section K. i Sewine, i--Cla.-�s L Mar> Coupland, Crystal Lake; 2nd, Dorothy Kilatova. Coaidale; :trd, The!- , njii Lockw ood, C'jhldale; Uh, Clara ' Walkwr. Couldule CU^k 2; 1st, Klor- \ fiire Holt man, Coaidale.; 2nd, Mary ' Cowpla nd, i 'r.VKfa] J>ak�-; lird, AKn-'h I Koukal. Coaldaie \ h\** 1st, tier* trtido Ha:oid. Cry.iial Lake; 2nd. Mary Cuupland, Crya'al Lake; 'ird. Dorothy Kilatova, Coahiale; Uh, Mary Would. -land. Crystal Lake; itti, Dorotuy Cila. tova, t'ualdaio. Section G. (Art>-Claas