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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY-HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTKMrJliK W, UW iPMQND SCHOOL FAIR PRIZE LIST Our Own Correspondent) Sept. foilov- winuers in tin; recent aud district School Fair, may bo ;i few errors, Mr. Tuek- secrc-'.ary. says, owing to a of-prize cards but the list near correct as I' iR possible to r.s-y 'it under the circumstances. ;he eihlfclts to tilt the 'secretary says! caused ghes( list follujvj: inrover Gibbs: grath; 3, N'atrona King. Street 1-a Hue Meeks: L'. Natrons Slug; 3. Usher. Best mixod Muriel WehsteY; Hales; S. No-----. Vegetable 1, Ray Stevens; 2, I.aura Organ; MILITARY HORSEMANSHIP AT DEAUVILIE, FRANCE The list follows: GARDEN PRODUCTS Helen Hardy: Nmrona, GRAIN Hay Stevens; 2. firover Corloss: 3. Stirling. Sheaf Raymond Chrisleu- son; Henry 1.3 'Her -Vfips: Boiveu :-f Beets-1. Mar.tori" 2. Deao- sbMI- WaiUr- 3. Sydney I Grover C'orloss; 3. Clifford Scovil. twan MeMulleu: sheaf timothr-l. Harris Walter; Ot-uka; 3 Dean HolfMr, ;2 G e 3 Htv fcheime 2. By-: riav Stevens; 3, Mmme Burrows, i L. ROV-CB: 3. HOBS Anderson. Marjuric lieaaett; i'. Threthcd oits-1, Dan Ccjtley Meheu; o. Dean Holfsoa. j Henry ViepgrasE; I Jbnellcd Cilen '.Veolley; Harris Walker: 2. Ueorge i h-rtiencer O'Brien: Ray Stevens. mPeas is pod-1, Msrjorlo Bsinett; ivFs-rnrK il-SpenctrO'Brieu- 3. John O'Brien. LIVESTOCK 'Spencer O'Brien; ijyia Hoy 3, Huth Belts. i'UShesf Bruce GaJ- Erailh; 3, Lena Cibo; S, Trera S-'ilsgrath. S. D.; 3. Huelda Peterson. Kuth Kiauill; 2. Stir- JM, S. D.; i, Mildred Nilssoa. ;.j 1 Jsel Gibs: 2. Orpha V ?acce; 3. Yera Terry. ..Lj Ariijital.i Earl: Wi; 3, Magmih. Winnie Evesun; 2. Marion it.Parman; S. Birdie ttuhlar. "it Euima Uic-ner: Dells 3. Ray b' Piegrass; 3. Magrath. i? f Shelled Mafrrath: Mary. 3. Albert Zobell. Pail-fed dairy Harris Walker; 2. Hay Stevens; 3. Heed Kirk-j ham. David Aired; J, Pearl Belts: v Tiuili riuttc Beef Powelson: Ruth Betts; 3. Gerald Cibb. of SydDejf HalpU; Photo shovis do at Olympia Horse Show. oii Othello, winner ot many prizes 2, Byron Vance: 3. Leonard MPhew. Htrris Walter. tor) Zemp: 2nd, tab Hatcer; 3, Roi Stone. J, Hui Stone? 3, Kenneth Wild King: 2, Ralph Meldrum. Best boQuet of put E'.lii Hatner; 2, Mildred N'ilssou; 3, Ida Powell. Muuniecl wild Ysshuma Otaka; Kilsson; 3. Lucy N'ilsson. Mounted 'noxious Marie I Canada Can Her Taxes Her War Debts Workers Busy Farmers Prosperous By Selling Her Surplus Grain, Fruits, Dairy Produce, Manufactures To. the Nations of Empire The Key to.the market is Canadian Ships f' Navy League of Canada Zobell; 2. Marjorie Bennett: 3, Marr Wall. wppd t. Minnift Burrows; H. Dan Costley MANUAL TRAINING Grade 1, 2, 3 ij Res Meeks; Edith Kimball; 3. Maurice Holt. Grade I, 2, 3 Sown 1, Grey Kirkhim; 2, Marie Redd; 3, Rex Mecks. Grade 3, 4 Raffia weaving 1, Aimie Steven- son; 1-. Vida Meldmra; 3, Pearl Bells. paper 1, Issac, Rob- riel Weoster; 2, Gladvs Groen; S.Lena Gibb. ilssh, 12 anil 1'. (.'ourt; 2, Winole Bi-erson; 3, Melta West.- ?5-yant dasb, girls under Jlel- Elder; Ella Hafner: 3, Eila Court. Kcedie race 1, Mildred .N'ilsson; 2, Murlal Webster; 3. EUa Court. SPECIAL PRiZES 1 School whose" pupils in ths ag- gregate rect-iveil the hiiriiest number of points in proportion to its enrol- erts; 2, Lo Roy Hawkins; 3, Melvin hnent for September, Dunn- I Raymond points. VVOCiDWORK 2 The individual pupil who ohtain- 1, Rulon Boyson; 2, Gerald Gibb; 3, lou- highest agsregate. Ijimar Scovil. Harris Walker. -MAP DRAWING Grade 8 Map of Lorcn Hancock. Map Nurtb America Loreu HrAn- cock: 3. Magrath; 3. Lowell Court. ART Grade Magrath; 2, Dennis Anderson; o, Buhlah Lyberlt. Grade Mafrath; .2, Alice LitchHeld; 3, Magrath. Grade Yashima Otaka; Melha 3, Blrdlc Buhlar. Grade Grnvpr Corloss; 2, Arnic Johnson. Grade Tom Hoycroft; 2, Gertie Kicks. Grade Ralph Meldruni; i. Jane Richardson; 3, Jiarie Redd. Grade Gladys Green; 2, Orpha Vance; 3. Rolisou. Grade La Rue Meeks; 2, Hanna Earris; 3. iiary Walton. Grade Magrath; t, Mary Reild; 3. Susan L. I'Muse. Grade Harris Walker; 2, Doris Horey; 3. Mariaii McCarty. Grade MagralK: 2, IlcrniK 3 The individual pupil who gained highest points in athletics. 1 Boys. Reed Kirkhaci; girls, Muriel Webster. Best collection of plain and fancy needle wqrk. Lenoir Pack. Raymond. Best portfolio of drawings. Tom Roycroft, Welling. I loaf ot "white brfind made from Ellison flour. "Our Ora Hieitn. Raymond. 7 Best saddle pony, boy or girl. Brandon Smith, Raymond. Best sheaf of. barley. Clifford Scovil. 9 Best school chorns. Raymond, won by default. PRIZE AGGREGATE Raymond. 1.694- Magrath, 191; Wel- ling, 50; Stirling, 2S: Toch, 10. ftaytnond, S-t firsts, seconds, 70 1 thirds; Magrath. .15 firsts, 3 seconds, 5 thirds; Welling, y firsts, 5 seconds, 4 thirds; Stirling, 1 first, 3 seconds, 1 Toch, 1 first, uo'-seconG. no NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY The idea, thai bread making is long and difficult operation is mistake, as bread may now be included in the list of quickly prepared for with ROYAL YEAST CAKES sweet bread can be baked and ready for use within four hours from time the vpomfe is set. Full detailed instructions are contained in Royal Yeast Bake Book which will Mttt Ires upon request. E.W.GiHett Company Toronto. Troubled Over Execution of Man Whose Innocence Was Proved iudncctl uy an extraordinary sensitive- conscience, was responsible for the tragic end ot the presidency of Paul Descaanel, ac- cording to an exhaustive article in Journal du Peunle. '.'President Deschauel's it said, "was directly caused by his noble, rigid conception of justice. Never believing in capital punish- inent, he felt the. blood ot an executed person to be on his own head where clemency had been refused to a man alleging himself innocent. "Shortly after his election, the President was petitioned to extend clemency Toque, former Colonial condemned to death for treason. During the trial he pro- tested that Dsscha- Del desired to grant a'pardon, but was prevented by sn Administration that Insisted on execution u a matter ot principle. Deschanel gate In and M. Toque WM executed. Got Proof of Innocence 'After the death tio attorney Toque Ears the President a memoran- dum presenting proofi of the'executed man's innocence. Heuiori'e lor the monstrous judicial error seized chancl, who lost his appetite, his sleep and his desire to "The matter preyed on' his nervea until ho became the Yictim ot dan- gerous melancholia. His falling from a train four mouths ago was not an accident, hut an attempt at suicide. Some time later the President, who had outdistanced his friends In a country tour, was foaud drownlns in a lake. A his resigna- tion hfi was hauled of a canal. Neurologists say the''mysterious dis- ease' was simply the pangs- cf con- science, while the entire episode ia merely another proof that dead men can When two autos collided at Cleve- j land, a sii-ycar-old boy was bounced from one car to ..the other without] injury. THE PAS DARKEY FINOS HIS 'INDIAN BRIBE A CONUNDRUM TTE PAS, raurltga ot Jov, a 'colored and Annie Ross, a treaty Indian woman! hss not tufned'out as smooth BE Jow? rey figured it -would." Tha night-of the-. niarrlgge his bride (Usapueared and., several times slncq eke been missing from the breakfast table. bears the situation paUe'ntl; and paddle.s acros's to the reserve on each occasion, returning with his. un- who in bow ot tho'canoo, silent aid uheipres "She don't aay notWn' at all. what gets me every llino I brings he? back. Dat- woman' ain't Slid four words since we done stand before tho he replied to-.a press In- quiry as to the cause of his marital "woes. A Chinaman who an In' dian girl last year went .through ,d similar experience and'lost jhla bride' on the night of the wedding, ami, dls- gusted, he left the country. Harriiga with'otJier than white men has a dismal failure" In this district. A. couple: divorced SO were re-married last week. third, A MAN rS JUST AS YOUNG ANDSTRONG AS HIS BLOOD rack; 3, Nellie llicken. Grade Magralli; 2, Ethel- j ene Dates; 3, Hay Hawkins. 1 Grade Four ami Jennie jnrimhgll; 2. Pearl .HeltSL Kenneth I Stone. j Grade Six and I.cora Pet- i prsnn: HJ. AVyonn Hawkins: 3r Lizzie Dearrion. Grade Eight and High JSnsan L. Eclnsc; 2. Huelda 3. Ullian Wilde. i I ESSAYS Grade Five and Lenoir Pack; Melba Elder; Natrona King. i Grade Seveii and Tom i Rovcroit: 2, Huelda Peterson; 3, Mary {Redd. I COOKING Gladys X'orloss; 2, Alice I.itchfield; 3, llerma Pack. Cocoanut Edna Han- Hock; 2. Racbeal Winters; 3, Mary Green. Peanut Viola I.imar; 2, Gladys Corioss; Jano'Richardson. Plain cake wilh Agnes Salmon; 2, I.euoiro 3. Ger- trude Dalil. Baking Mary illytle; Ornhii Vanr-B; iSoris jHovey. j White Holt; 2. Win- nie Tolleshurjii; Pearl HcilF. Cabbage- .leuniu iiriiuhall; 2, Uobmts; 3. LoUto'Wit-am. Brown '1, Great Fr.lls 'Groom Plated in ErnbHrassing Pcsi'ior, Truce is Finally Signed man can fight tho battles of life and hold his own if hia Wood is not pure, for rich red blood is what, strength is based upon. When you see a strong, vigorous mart, who never knows wren ho is licked, you may wager that such a man has coursing through his veins rich, red blood. Many Tjc-opie hava thin, pale blood. They ftro weak, tire easily, become discouraged quickly, and. some- times feel !ikp giving up tho struggle. Such folks riccd Dr. I'ierce'si Golden Discovery, which is prepared in Ur. Piercc's branch Laboratory, .Ont. Sold by druggists. liquid or TalileU. It adds vigor to the heart beafa and tones up tho nerves in i wonderful way. This "Medical Distovcry'' of Dr. Piorce's is made from Blood root, Oregon Ornpo root, Slono root, yet. tones up the stomach, stimulates the liver and pnts the blood making glands in the best 'of condition. Many peoplo r. Pierce at the Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., as follows: CHATHAM, "'For many years guttered with stomach trouble, 1 tried many remedies but they sccrned to be a my stomach seemed to be getting worse instead of belter. One day 1 came !n pos- a bottle of Dr. Plerce's Goldon Medical Discovery, and iooV. it My fatoinach se'enied completely cured, t have jfrcat faith in this .medicine, and hop any sufforer that reads this will give the 'Discovery Oncft tried, never without C. Trrys, JR., 28 Duke Street, La Hue Meeks. liottled Mary tfcdd. Bottled Mary licild; 2. Su- ,n Kcluse; 3. Ada .Xitasnn. Collection of Jean Uuun. i Uorcithy Kveson-; 2.-lean Dunn; Ktlna Itolfsnn. Aria Xilsson: 2. Mary Redd. f'li'aniug Kdltli Kimlwll: 2, Xarlorie Smith. Kva Burrows; 2. Kather- Anderson; Mahel Grand. Slip-over Minnie Burrows; 2, Kva llognie; 3. Smith. Hemmed patch on Lucille Meldrum; 2. Jennie Hrimhall; 3, Do.ris Ilovey. MEirgfirctte Kieher; 2. Magrath; Ituth Holt. Article shewing Until Holt. Karicy Claio Da hi: 2, Lenoir Pack; 3. Huth Uol ATHLETICS Boys' Events li'iO-yari! Heed Klrkham; 2. Karl Danl; '4. Donald Xllsson. 2'j-yard dash, umlcr 8 Les- ter Itasham; 2. Be Cfjurt; 3, Lyn- 25-yard dash, nnilcr 10 iffirmng Drewertoir; 2. LjHter Ohris- tenRr-n: o.Claurlo, ilawhj hoyg under itced Klrkham; S. Carl Dahl; llicken. T.r.-yard tlash, tinder P.fifirt Kirktiam; 2, Karl Kahl; S, Nils- son. Ilt-by rac'f. flrsl-HBrownio Rolfson, Reed Kirkham.La Roy Hawkins, Syd- ney O'lirieu, Tiiy- lor, Stevens, Donald .N'lisaon Girls' Events dflKh, S and under- 1, Anderson; 'i, Mnrlha liobcrts: 3, May ilasU, It and Alu- HELENA. Sept. says ro- mance is ciead in Helena? it is not by a long shot; judging 'rom the efforts o' llichard W. Fits- latrick, Uradstreet representative in who finally married tho giri of his choice. Miss Alice Mae Tilontsomery of .Mnryaville to ths evi- ilent chagrin cf u Butte girl who had been a friend of the bridegroom apd who placed tho bridegroom in a most embarrassing situation. While he was married by Juatlce l-emkie Wednesday night to Miss Montgomery, the IJutte girl managed to secure !he key to the groom's room in a iocr.l hotel. She pre-empted the place and held it for several hours against all comers and prevented the bride and bridegroom from going on their honeymoon triji until Mr. Fill- fEfincil a peace treaty and so-1 How can you be sure of getting, sanitary springs and mattresses cured his coltiit's. That there was something unusual afoul became apparent when Deputy Clerk Tins Gnw of the district court was called at 11 o'clock Wednesday evening. -Justice of the Peace Lemkio was the next to be summoned from iiis dreams. It was then Hearing mid- night. Justice Lomkic road the license over and determiner! that Ilichard W. Fill- i Patrick. iO of Great Falls and -Miss Alice Mac Montgomery, aged IS of Marysvillc were eligible to mar- riage. However, tlie ccrtmony was finally completed. A Jew minutes later in walkod the Butte pirl, H then de- veloped that she Imcl been keeping an eye on 41io coapTo throughout the rlay and al! t-fiorta to lose her were in vain. She stayed only ;t moment, however. When the returned (o'lhe hotol with his bride liis room key wan eonc. Search I'utiie and he was assign- ed to another room. Hotel peonie fltp.rtcd an investiga- tion, however, which showed thai Mr. Fltanalrlck's dothcs were In that ruom with .1 str.ingf] lady there. It took much diplomacy to finally recover his clothes, which hn aid atler intervio.v with tho Intruder In the presence of thrj hotc-1 man. Desponilfnl over tho condition of heallii. v.-liicb BiiKe he returned from over five vt overseas ser- in his heinp In the hospital moat o[ the lltne, Lieutenant ('harlcs I'lnlr, ivlio enlisted at the outhi'C-ak of the war in 1M4. shot and Silled himself at Fredcrlcton, N.U, Ask your Home Merchant for SIMMONS SPRING Made of the hncjt, oil tempered, douUcconc.spiral ed on a frame of seisoncil hard- wood and upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Covct- cH with ticking of excellent quality in attractive designs. Koll edges. SIMMONS "ALASKAN" MATTXE5S Killed with great layers of white fell, scientifically ouilt up layer by layer, and tufted. Fine heavy ticking of Tcry attractive riesirm. Rcll edges. Canada Jias no Pure Bcd- dinS Simmon's Limited haal A WOMAN can hardly sec' the actual.making of her bed-spring and she 'can. re- frain from buying indin-' criminately. She can find a responsible maker''and' give his product her pref- erence. Right here in Canada Simmons great sunlit work-rooms: with a trained crew of ej- pcrienced craftsmen keyed up to the Simmons ideal; with the trade of the lead- ing stores all over the Do- minion; and a reputation to live up to. She will find, too, that Simmons Limited knows, as few people ever do know, just hew a spring and mat- tress should be built for sleep. ,f Your one unfailing assur- ance of, clean Mat- t r esses u nd Bed S pri ngs is the Label of Simmons Limited. materials. in sunlit rooms. _ So all you have to do is to Label gj and then select the style of Mattress and Box Spring, you like best- sweet and clean through and through! Built for sleep, remem- ber! You'll find yourself relaxing oh a Simiriohs Mat- tress and Box spine level, every nerve and muscle at ease. ihe "Alaskan'' Mattress and "Waldorf'Box Spring are great favorites all over the Dominion. Excellent quality at the medium price, Your dealer will show you other Simmons models, too, at other prices, Aldo Fabric built for sleep by Simmons Limited, SIMMONS LIMITED MOXTRRAl. TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCODVBP. CAI.GARY '-.Slegp ;