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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1920 THE DAILY HERALD Prize Winners at the Successful School Fair Held at Cardston (From Our Own Correspondent) CAUDSTON, Sept. The follow- ing is a list ot prize winners at the Cardston School Fair, held in the gymnasium on September Sth. GARDEN PRODUCTS Grace Broadents; 2, Mattl8 Taylor; 3, Dallas Taylor. 1, Lit adore Brown; 2, Neff Fisher; 3, Fred Walter. 1, Charlie Jarmen; 3, Elmer Harker; S.Grace Broadbent. Mervia G In ton; 2, Grace Broadbeut; 3, Burton Payne. Stanley Oibb; 2, Doi- othy Qibb; 3, Hoscoe tiibb. Swen Johnson; 2, Wes- ley Jensen; 3, Harold Cook. Shelled Merllu Shafer; 2, Robert Lee; 3, Vera Seotler. Peas in Delia PiBher; 2, Hugh Smith; 3, Rowlno Nlelson. Burton Payne; 2, Payne; 3, Lynn Matkins. s 'Collection of Leono Earnest Jensen; 3, Kiary" Leavltt. Sec. Lili Carlson; 2, Leone Lay ton; 3, M.iry LcavItC Gretla Low; 2, Mtn- nle Leavltt; 3, Virgle Thorup. i Sweet Leone Layton; 2, Helen McLean; 3, Lorna Sloan. Best Gretta: Low; 2, 'Leone'Layton; 3, Helen McLean. Section B. Wheat Leon Harker; 2, Golden Leavltt; 3, Orin Fisher. Oat Leon Harker; 2, Nora Redford; 3, Golden Leavltt. Barley Ethel Roberts; 2, Orin Fisher; 3, David Hoter. Timothy Robt. Haslam; 2, Fred Threshed Leon Harker; 2, Eleanor Harker; 3, Don-Merrill. Threshed Ross 2, John Hofer. Threshed Nora Redford; 2, Ross Wight; 3, Elias Hofer. .'Sheaf-of Heleu Mc- Lean; 2, Mary. Anderson; 3, Ruth Coombs. Grain Ross Wight; t, Albert Cahoon. LIVESTOCK Bale Fed Hairy Dale Wood; 2, Lamont Abde.rson; 3, Mark .Low; 4, De Vere Hunt; 5, John Wai- burger. Beef Harold Blackmore; J, Richard Blacfcmore; 3, George Jefsop. Gaboon. Virginia Haslam; Robt Ha slam; 3, Ford Parrlah'. Donald Merrill; 2, Florence Merrill; 3, Alma Lowe. Olive Weeks; 2, Harold Cook; 3, Donald 'Merrill. Donald Merrill; 2, Olive Weeks; 3, Wlllard' Brooks. Bouquet'of Wild Ellas Hofer; 2, Martha-Thomas; 3, Garth Pitcher. Grada '3 and Paul Walters; 2, Gretta Parrish. V. Grade 5 and KOi'ous Cecil Weeks; 2, Jacob Hot or; 3, Mark Low.. Collection of Weed Lois Steedf 2, Ross. Steed. Grade 9 and -of Mounted Wild Cecil Snow; 2, Adolin Steed. Orzlo Steed; 2, Leon Harker; 3, Adolin Steed. Grade 10 and of Mounted and Named Noxious Weeds. Alice. Rlckmeyer; 2, Alice Steed; 3, Adolin.Steed. MANUAL TRAINING Grade 1 to Paul Hofer. Grade 3 .to Hofer. Paper and Reed Elias 2, Sarah Hofer; 3, Blden Leavitt. WOODWORK Small Lowell Parrish; 2, Fielding Taonias; 3, Forest Jensen. Walter 2, Austin Weeks; 3, Lowell Fairish. Broom Cecil Weeks 2, Lowell Parrish; 3, Merlin Dowdle. Best Collection or Woodwork- Fielding Thomas. MAPS Map of Stanley Glbbs; 2, Alice Steed; 3, Lucille Allrcd. Map of. North Rosa Steed. ART Grade Tsoletter. v Grade Paper Cutting Walter. Grade Ho- fer. Grade Cutting tie Hofef. Grade In Black: and Ajidraw Tsoletter; 2, Katie Hofer; 3, Idyua Holland. Grade da Archibald. Grado Ho- for.. Grade Isabelle Jes- son; 2, Joseph llofer. Grado Wll Mama. High Sleod. High in Colo i, Lowlla Williams; 2, Grace Coombs; 3, Alice Steed. High Jloacoe Glbb; 2, Adolin Steed. Special Art Coombs. WRITING Grade Tsolelter; 2, Har- old Cook. Crude Holland; 2, Annie Hofer; 3, Aisla Rice. Grade Beth Cook; 2, Max Aus- tin. Grade Jacob Hofer; 2, Paul Walter; 3, David Hofer. ESSAYS 'Grade S to 1, Adolin Steed; 2, Sloan; 3, Alice Steecl. Clrfirto Andrew Tsoleller; 2, Frank fttaulkcr. Orado Sarah Hofer; 2, Donna Pitcher: 3. .Jo'm llofer. f and .lacoli llofer; 2 Orace Handle: 3, Willie: I'ilriicr. Oracles 8 and MIMmrl PKclior- S. Wlllnnl Jlrrmks. Grade S and Adolin Steed; 2, Ross Steed. DOMESTIC SCIENCE Baking Powder Lily Tanner; 2, Sarah Hofer; 3, Moralda Archibald. White Gertrude Luce; 2, lone Leavltt; S, Ethel Fisher. Lily Tanner; 2, Grace Steed; 3, Clara FoUom. Sponge Varle Johansen- 2 Loir Gel) Other Two other 'important. decorations were bestowed ou'.him In ranil sue- cesslpn and he had a great reputation for bravery. Soon after" being made a captain In tho French forces, he was sant to the United States upon .xdvice of Ambassador Sharp, as an insijjc- tor in 1917. Sweeny was commissioned a major fa the United Stages army and helped to train the SO th division at Camp ee, Va. He went overseas with thte ivljion, got badly "shot up" in tho Vrgoane and was promoted to lieu- Steed; 3, Dorothy Glbb. PeWt Ellen Cahoon; 3, Amy Broadbeat; 3, Isabelle Archi- bald. Candy Myrtle Wood; 2, Isabello Steed; 3, June Lamb. Adolin Steed- 3, Alice Steed. Cabbage Ruth Coombs; 2 Phyllis Sloan: 3, Gretta Low. Iretta Cahoon; 2, lla Franks. .._ Icea Brown; .2, Mur lei tMatkln; 3, Seglna Lamb.' Mixed Iretta Cahoon Bottled Anna Low; Taylor; 3, Ross Steed. Bottled Ruth At 2, Idona 3, 'Lizado Brown, Alice Haslam; 2, Thiria Webster; 3, Bessie Jensen SEWING Cleaning Quecna Smith; Gertrude Folson; 3, Beth Earl Queena Smith; 2 Bet: Earl; 3, Annie Hofer. Slipover Vernlce Hurt; 2, June Lamb; 3, GretU Low. Hemmed Lois Steed. Vorna Jensen; 2, Mary Walter; 3, Mary Hofer. Button Mabel Leavitt- 2 Olive Wood; 3, Lois Steed. Collection ot Fancy Work 10 to 1 Slyla Buck; 2, Adolin Collection of Fancy Wort, 13 Olive Wood; 2, Vernlce Burt 3, Leon Taylor. In the afternoon athletic sports fo boys and girls of all ages were Indolg ed in and suitable prizes given. _ An Accident ..yesterday afternoon as Mr. Hennin ger of Aetna was coming into town with a loan of grain, his wagon tbnec over and threw ilm pick? his head. Dr Stac him and reports tha air. Hera ger was not hnrt seriousl Mrs. Wilson .and chlldre returned from Utah, where the .have been visiting friends and re! The Herald' is advised n Charles Sweeney, Son of Ric Mining Man, Has Long Been Soldier of Fortune >uuu principle ionairn i lionaire !n his own right. He .put iri three years America and Bi blows in despera._ Pollih Army IT, foraiDr n the United Slates army, attache. to the general staff, waa In Parl thVPrtog of 1019' recoviri, from wonnds received In ,.when he was In need of officers for h new armies. Ho consulted with t hen Premier P.idcrewskl and to recruit volunteers when he iTuuu ne to America to be mustered out t the service. In three weeks ho had selected. 200 former American army officers, all of whom had seen vice in y packed up for Somh Ainoricti wiiefo c took a hand In several of tlie rcvo illons. He got Into Hie'world wnr as a pri- ilo in Hie ForeiKn legion. Irf ret c.hanipagno battle in September, "15, Sweeny was a fiilcnrtni .on fieli] for conspicii- is He was severely and fateert in this baUlo. PAGE tenant colonelcy for gallantry before the to the gen- eral staff lit K. P. SODIUM SULPHITE SASK. VICEROT, Sask., Sept. has been north of and a cumber ot claims have staked out. Analysis ot tho min- eral the government analyst gives a return of 9S per cent, pure sodium sulphite exactly; the same return as Ceylon deposit. A syndicate has been formed to develop the property, aud there are thousands ot tons of the mineral In eight. French Bluekard Has Lots of Nerve PARIS, Aug. whom the police call tho Gsmbais Bluebeard aud hold respon- sible for the disappearance of eleven women to whom ho had promised marriage, shows no sign of weaken- ing under the continual and gruelllnij 18 woatbB' -examination and prelim- inary investigation which Judge Bon- In has conducted. "You seem wan and tired ho said to Judge Benin soliciliously when lie last appeared before the judge. "Don't you think you will be able to take a vacation this It was fine a bit o( irony as ever delivered by Landru, as last summer Judge Bonlu after six months' exam'- rnalion of the alleged blueheard, gavo up In despair and went to the country for iour weeks. In the lobbies ot the court house the other day Landru accompanied by his laws-era, met Madauio Bessaia- bo who is being examined by Uoniii, concerning the disappearance of her husband and the subsequent finding of his body In a trunk at the Nancy railroad station. The lawyers wtroitucea fhoui. Saluting u flourish of his weather hat and simply: flou bin iding low, Lacdru said ".My homases, .Madame." WANT BAN ON SUNDAY SHOOTING VICTORIA, B. K.. Sfipt lute ban on Sunday shooting, bunting and gaming in the woods and fields of British Columbia Is the aim of mem- bers of the Lord's Day Alliance, whose representative has placed demacds be- fore Premier John Oliver and mem- bers of the provincial governmest. The government ia considering the matter. FOR YOUNG MEN AMD MEM WHO Sf AY YOUNG MADE IN CANADA in Marked style changes 's Clothes for Fall terpreted f61? tall as' correctly Socfetvl Brand w r 'i J -f. heaftily welcomed by men who pay particular heed to their appearance. x modisih siuits this Fall will be noticeably shorter. Body contours have changed. The high' waist line and the pinched-in effect have gone. Coats hang with greater fullness from the shoulder.. The result is a pleasing effect of un- usual ease and smartness. These- ate the style features that mark this sea-, son's models in Society Brand Clothes.1 WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING THE MARKET, LOOK FOR THE J.AB12L AS YOUR GUIDE" 30CIETV BRAND CLOTHES, U..I..J, C.n.J. ALTOED UBOKER COIIN-, Unll.J Montreal New York O7YLE HEADQUARTERS where Iran5 (HlotheS aresott flMcKelvie THE "2" M' Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta HOME OF DR. JAEGER'S WOOLLENS, CLUET T SHIRTS, BORSALINO AND HATS GEO. A. SLATER AND REGAL SHOES. 'aun-MRIb, ;