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December 26, 1912

     Never before has Santa Claus been so generous to the children of Cochrane as this year, and the entertainment and Christmas tree given on Tuesday evening was one of the best ever given in the town.  A. Chapman took the chair, and the Rev. R. D. Harrison gave a short address, whilst J. Beynon again made an excellent Santa Claus.  The following was the programme: Carol, action, the Snail, by primary classes; recitation, Amy Cook chorus, bible class; dialogue, piano duet, recitation, Stanley Mortimer; carol, recitation, Ruth Seal; scarf drill; song, Miss Lamb; dialogue, the boys; carol, the children, Bessie Webster accompanist.

     A splendid entertainment, Christmas tree and dance were given in the Glendale school on Monday evening last, part of the proceeds from which will be devoted towards the purchase of an organ.  Miss Robinson, the teacher, had tastefully decorated the school, whilst the tree was lighted in a very original manner.  The Mackenzie Glover Co. were present and won unstinted applause for their splendid renderings.  Dancing was kept up till daylight did appear.

Canadian Pacific

Christmas sailings

     The second class rate on the Montrose is $47.50, third class; $30.25, Saloon rate on Grampian, $72.50, second class, $50, third class $31.25.

     The Empress of Ireland and the Empress of Britain sail from St. John on Nov. 27th. and Dec. 18th.

      For further particulars apply F.L. Gainer, C.P.R. agent, Cochrane.

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