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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE TEN THE LETHBKlUtflfi DALLY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBEtt 12, 1920 PRIZE WINNERS AT THE BARONS SCHOOL FAIR The-complete list of uriie winners. Lake; Loura 1'arker. White Uifce. Is as follows: School graiid Noble- llobLt Kulpus, Daious; 2, Raymond Cloii, Barous. Gerald Xoble. Noble; ford; 2, Eric.Cranstoun, Nobleford.' Robt. Kulpus, Barons. Cluis. Garrett, Uarons; liobt, KulpuB, Barons. Mary Bumap, Barons. Barons; Ethel Lebow, liarons. SPECIALS Best si-hool Barons. Best indUIdua! liobt. Kulpus, Barons'. Special Best peck Ccralj Best collection' plain and fancy Noble, Xobleford. Theressa Harris, Barons GRAIN i Best loaf of Dora Mae (Sheaf.) (Grant, llarous. iord, G12 points; 2, Barous, points. Individual Uobert Kulpers, 13S points. Barons; 2. Erie Cranstoun. 520 points. Xobtetprd. C. S. Noble prize, sheaf or threshed Xobleford; 2, Barons. School liarons. School collection garden 1, Barons; t, Nobleford. School collection, nature 2, Keho. Crowe, Barons. 7 Composition Eric Cranstoun, Writing, school Noble- :ford; 2. Barons. Art, school Xobleford; Is, Barons. NATURE STUDY Bouquet of cut" i Tiberi, Barons; 2, Clara Flint. Barons; RabUv-XoMeford. Collection of weeds, (uiouaied) 1, Kebo, S. D.; 2, Bai-gi Special, best school garden, silver i cupr-1, Helda Flint. Barons; Z, Bertie 'Tibert, Barons; 3. Robi. Knlpus -Barous. School Barous; Keho. GARDEN PRODUCE Lessie; G. Prairie; 1 Ellen Kidman, Bnrons. Ljjlian Laine, Barons; i Kulpus, Barous. 2, Rosanno Crowe. Barons. j Nobletord; 2, llobt. Kulpus. Barons: Shirley Noblcv'Nobleford. Lillian Laiue. Barons. Specials In Grain Hilda Fiink, Barons; 2.! School colie'ction. sheaf qud thresh- Robt. Kulpus, Barons I obletord DOMESTIC SCIENCE (Cookery.) S'eauul Kdna Sueidler, Barons; Uoris Moore, Barons, Plain Emily Wamock. Barous; 1, Edna Shcidlar, Barons. Chocolate Blanc Jane Popbam, Barons; Edith Dalgleish, Nublefurd. Baking powder Fay Rus- sell. Uike; i, Jane Poiiham, Barous. Crop Audrey Luchia, Xobk-ford; 2, Hannah Sheidlcr, Dirons. ftuit Sadie FpllestaJ, Baruns; 2, Agnes Wuricr, Keho. Oatmeal Sadie Follestad, U'licat Beatrice Ilender sou, Barous; 2, Elizabeth Schmiu, Alfala 1, Allen Murray. Xobleford. Milson Hadgson, Barous; '2, Alleti Murray, Ndbleford. 1, Kobt. Kulpus, Barous; 2, Albert Jtohriey, Kobo. 1, Allen Murray. Nobleford; Steve. Barons. Vlax K 2, Sadie Follestali, Barous. Lillian- Kulpus, Barons; a; Robt. Kulpus, Barons. brie Cranstoun, Nobieford; VAHen Mniray. Nobleford. (Threshed.) AMhte White Lake; Robt.; 'Wilson, Barons. Barous. Lillian Barons; (Canning.) Hannah Sueidler, Barons; 2, Kli'abetn Sehmltz, Uarons. Johanna Veraluys, Barons; 2, Anna lilainb. Barons. Lucille Blaine, Barons; 2, Anna Blaine, Barons. Mary Moore, Barous; 2, Beatrice Henderson, Barous. Special Collection ot Moore, Barons. SEWING Cleaning Cornelia Mary De- Special School collection, Xouteford. LIVESTOCK Koa! ot dratt Victor Erd- an, Barons. Dan. Chow, Barons. llalph Krdiuau, Harous; AMeu Erdman, Barous. Poultry, best William arker, lake; 2, Mary F. Parker, White Late. Best Myrtle Swalles. 'obletord; 2. iaa Moseusen, Noble- ord. Best Myrtle :obloford; 2; Louisa Hart. Barous. Special Best school collection, Barons. ATHLETICS (Boys.) Under C Cordon Hard- Barons; 2, Stanley Paulson, Jarons. Under S Eric Dunniug, 3arons: 3, Ernest Allen. Barons. Under 10 Edgar Dunulng, Jaroos: 3, Darus Hnlfield. Bsrons. Under 12 David Curie, arden Prairie; 3. Robert YYurzer, ieho. Under 55 Eric Cransloun, Nobleford; 2, Waller Crowe. Barons. yards, Walter Crowe. Barons; 2, Earl Grant. Ilarons. High Robert Wlson, Barons; 2, James McDermotl. Barons. Broad Earl Grant, Barons; Hobert Wilson, Barons. Obstacle Stephen llasraus- ValolE, Barons; 2, Flora Mclniyre Allea_ Jlurray, Xobleford; Bessie Wallivan, Barons; 2, Allait Murra'y, Nobleforil. Shirley Noble. Nobleford: Peas Oliak. Uarons; Ghas. Garrelt. Barons. Pads. Hilda fiink, Harons: Kvaline Katkns, Barons. Chas. Gsrrett, BArons. I.auru de M ary Wnltri Bcslju'dlviftu'al collection threshed Allan Murray Xobleford Best Indtriaual collection sheaf XnWefcrd. Best ihdivldnal collection sheaf and threshed Robt ICulpus, Barons; 2, Allan .Murray, Xobletord. Too, Much Appetite t may be KS dangerous as too little When the skin is sallow or yellow, the eyes dull, the head aches or sleep broken r and unrefreshing, the bade aches, or .there is a pain under the right is an indication -that the body is being poi- soned by poorly digested and, imperfectly elim- inated food-waste.' It is a wise thing to take eecham's 2, Verona liarons. Hcul Snyder, Barons 2, Margaret Warnoch, Barons. Jane 1'ophara, Barons 2, Mary Moore, Barons. Table Nellie Hyland Barons; 2, Beatrice Henderson Barons. Specia' Collection of plain and fancy sew- Blaine, Barous. .WRITING Grade 'Barons 2, Leslie JItdiT. Nobleford. Grade Erdman, Barous 2. Victor Erdman, Barons. Grade Robt. Hansen, Barous 2, Ge'rda Mogensen; Noblefgrd: Grade Johanna -.'DeValc Barons: 2, Emily Warnock, Barons. Grade Hannah, Sheldler Barous; 2, Louise neinson.-Barpns. Grade Victoria''Mays Barons; 2, Laura Parker, Laki Grade Hilda FUnk. Barons Ethoi Barons. Grade Elizabeth Schmlt Barons; Beatrice Henderson PHIS f o relieve these symptoms by g to remove the cauies f sen, 'Barons; Milsou Hodgson, B irons. Barrel Adolph Itolncou, iarous; 2, Stephen Knsmussen, Barons. llel.ay Barons; 2, Keho. Special Grand was a tie between Karl Grant and Robert Wil son. Borons. In the Ear! Grant, Barons; 2, Bohert Wilson, Barons. (Girls.) Under C Evelyn KolUaa, Barons; 2, Edca Shidler, Barons. Under S Myrtle Swalles, Xobleford; 2, Joharina Versluys, Uarons. Under 10 Louise Kottas, Barons; 2, Lllliau Laine, Barons'. Under 12 Helen Curie, Garden Prairie; 2, Beatrice Hender- son, Under 15 Dora Mae Grant, Barons; Gladys Allendorf. Noble- ford. 100-yard dash, 1. Therassa STAND K D OF EXCELLENCE' OT a flaw, my boy, not a liard thread! You will get no cndof wear from that W.I !3 f. letter judge of wcollrns llian Grandma 't She has knitted ncaiiy all licr life. Judging msterials l-.'aa part.of a young girl's training in her day. Grandma readil Grandma readily rcccgnizcs the quality in Pcnrnzns nnuemear.- i Barons. j High Gladys Allendor gay 2, Shirley Noble. NobI Thread I ford. V I Special School collections, Nob] _ ART. Grade 1., crayon Ailee Reinson, Barons; 2.'-Dori3 -Moor f- Grade L, laiidscape i; Lrillali Flora Mclntyre. Barons. Grade II...crayon Eliza- beth 'Knlpus, Barons'; 2, Ethel Ander- son, Barous. Grade ILj'Ia'ndscape 1. Klizahcth Khlpus, Barons; 2, Cor- nelia DeValois, ISarons. Gradp. III., jlandscap'e, -blacS and William McDermott, Barons; Matsou, Barons: v Grade III., paper Edsar Dunning. Barons; 2, William McDermott, Barons. Grade III., (Matson, Barons; 2, Roy; Thompson, Barons. Grade IV., landscape; 1, George Hunter, Garden Prairie; 2, Helen Benner, Grade IV., animal or.bird in Lillian Lalnc, Baronn; 2, Wesly Lyort, Barons. Grade IV., Illustration; of story 01 Ban Chew, Barons; Lyon; Barons. Grade V., Edith Dais loic-h, Nublofonl; 2, Jean Buchanan Noijlcford. _ Gnule V.', Margarc j Waraock, Baroiis; 2, Mary Burtiap Barons. Grade V.. harvest Hannah Shidler, Btirons: 2, iJicille Bluinc, Grado. VI., iltsign. Jane Popliam, Uarons; 2, .George Lyon, Barons. Grade VI.. landscape, water 1, Eva Hunter, Garden Prairie; 2, George Lyon, Baro-.ts. Grade VI., group of Jane Pophani, llnrons; 2, George J Lyon, Barons. Grarlc- VII., design tor book 1. Kthel Lebow, Barons; 2, Merlin KairfieUI. Barons.- Grade Merlin Barons. Grade VIII., oblect Mil- j sun. Hodgson, Ilarons; 2, Herman I Wurzer. Keho. Grade VIII., Jludolnh Rpnncr, Keho; 2, Steve Ifasmusscii, Barous. High Ficliool, Gladys i Allemlorf. NoWefonl. I High school, Gladys Al- lendorf, Noblnforct: 2, Robert flaroim. High schnnl. sketch o( Hr-rrnina WKIagc, Xohlcford; 2, Krtc Cranstoun, Nobleford. Idea! plan of [arm Krlc CraiiBtoun, NoWotord; 2, Gerald Ntible, Mapping, Brltisli Gladys Allemlorf, Xobleford; 2, Hobert Barons, Harrfa, Barons; 2, Dora .Mae Grant Barons. r High 1, Dora Ma'e Urant Barons; 2, Theressa Harris. Barons. Broad 1. Dora Mae Grant Barous; 2, Anna Blaine. Barons. 1, Barons; 2. Carman and Theressa Harris, Dora -Mae Grant. Barons; 2 Beatrice Henderson, Ethel Lebow Barons. Egg Anna Blaiue Barons; 2. -Bessie Wallvvln. Barons. Belay Barons; 2, Carman gny- ''Special Dora' Grant Harris, Barons. 'Manual Gerald Xoble, Noble- pnl; 2, Allan Murray, Nobleford.; -Geralil Noble, Noble rord; 2, Allan Murray, NobleEord. THE REAL TESJV of home baked food comes vwheh the second helping is offered. The appear- ance, iexture and taste of food raised with MAGIC BAKING POWDER is bound to be pleasing and satisfactory in every sense. Magic is an econom- ical and healthful leavener, and because of its uniformity in strength and results, has Justly earned its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder. Send name and address for free copy of "The Magic Way" containing selected recipes, many pf which are illustrated in E. W. Gillett Company Limited, Toronto. Canada MASONIC FUNERAL week relative to the death of Mr. C. TSJ7J n AT Tas-lor'E Btore, littlo SlfcLU Al UVKMAMxAl boy Edward, who paesed a way on the 2nd Instance, years. The deep-1 est feelings.or.sympathy go out from the citizen; ot town and district to the (Froiu Our Own Correspondent) CARMANGAY, Octr Leazy, of Lethbridge, have locat- ed here. is takii'g up the position of accountant at the of Commerce .owing to Mr. Golden having been transferred. Corporal B.-A. Pierce, late of "The. King's Own1' (Boyal Ijancaster regi- irho Is now- principal of the schools Just received a noli- icatlon from the records office, Pres- .on, England, that the 1914 star was forwarded to his home at Holywoll. S'orlh :.Wnles, last February. Mr. fierce was twice wounded, the second ime severely and obtained his dis- charge in Oct 1917. .Mr. Quayle, late proprietor of tha ''Carmangay has. arrived: torn from Calgary. Mr. T. G. Parkinson and family are leayiug town this week and are pro- ceeding to Edmonton where Mr. Park- in Eon will spend his years.ol retiro- rueift. We all wish him the very best MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE Mrs. Pierce, wife ot the princ'inat ot schools, is. paying a-visit to Macleod this week. Dr.'G. A. Stanley, of Calgary, has registered at the Grange.' "We are sorry that we inadvertently omitted an obituary paragraph Yesterday, Sunday .loth instant, a very largely attended funeral waa con- ducted here'at which the Rev; Clegg, Friends had -gathered to. follow Mr. Mart Lowe, a well known and popular "old to last resting place. The funeral was aVMasoulc one and about 60 brethe'rn.wertf In attendance. .The 'perfonaed throughout, f The' irom the, Methodlst.ChurcJi to the cemetery was! the longest .in'Carmangay. The deceased'gentleman leaves three ECUS, Messrs. and Phil Lowo snd two daughters, Mrs. Magoe and Miss Ptarl.HJowe, ,The "deepest sympathy goes 'out: to the bereaved relatives. Secretary.-Howells, of local G. W. V. A. branch, was after- noon, the holding their first regular'rrfieting of the winter season: Fuller details regarding winter ment will be published later. v -v, NORFOLK, W.: H. Hardenburg, of Trenton, N.J. has just returned to civilization' after ten years spent as a hermit on Watts Island, in Chesapeake Bay. In 1910 he a wager.that ten on1 an Island without human- compan- ionship. He won and .In- cidentally gained good health. When he left inland hiB'health was Impaired.- He "returned 'hale-'and strong. T. M. Turnbull, manager of.lhe.Can- adian Bank of Commerce, Edmonton, has been transferred to "DODO'S KIDNEY LATEST HEADGEAR FOR MEN A CORKER PARIS, Oct. Is the latest in headgear for men: r A white silk nnd velvet Wit shaped In Mexican style and trimmed 'with heliotrope ribbon. The experiment was launched at Etames yesterday by II.-'Pelrot, fashion creator. He wove the hat himself, Mannikins paraded the grounds In the latest aviation costumes. The texture mainly was leather of the; thin- nest quality trimmed with collars and immense hems of ermine and sable. Beautiful Women ofSoclety.duringthepasI seventy years have relied upon it for their dlslln- sguklied appearance. The I soft, refined, pearly white complexion i renders instantly, Is always the source o Haltering comment i i i D I I D a 3 3 I FOR SALE CHEAP AS GOOD 1 Chevroiet, 1919 Model nm I Oievrelet, 1919 Model run 1 Chevrolet, 1918 Model, ran miles NEW PRICE PER TRUCK TODAY WITH BODY Our reason for have taken in Trucks from out-of-town branches and have too many. All have been kept up to Al standard in. full repair. APPLY- LIMITED Fair of Pants FREE Values up to Everything guaranteed. SALE CONTINUES TO OCT. 15TH. Open Nights During Sale, Out-of-town people, take advantage of Pant offer by Writing or telephoning for appointments. I will go to any railway station within a radius of 50 miles of Lethbridge with a full line of samples. G. A. CROZIER, 3O7 6th Street South, Lethbridge ;