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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST School To Opened For Fall Term through by tho children with a swing that would vlo credit to professionals, and too much credit cannot bo given tho youns people who toot; their re- spective parts for the splendid suc- cess attained in luelr first attempt in this Hue o( culettainment. It would Indeed be difficult to single out any one for 'special mention as the assignment of the characters of the cast showed careful and fit selection iu everv case, each performer seem- ingly especially suited for his or her jpcdal respective part. throughout is Tue slugin? of notice as (From Our Own Cor Bon- Island, Auz. Saturday tvas circus day proper in Island and all day inhabitants seerjed ner- vously awaiting the initial perform- ance of the evening. At seven-thirty 'li.m. the- programme and during Us. three hours duration inter- est did not tailor for a moment. The it was particularly well rendered. The whole affair was aniusinp. entertain- ing aud satisfying because of Its aov- elty and Ingenuity and those in. charge of 'ihc preparations are to be warmly (praised for Ihe admirable manner In which ihe entire entertainment was perfectly presented. For The Soldiers The gale receipts totalled the satis- factory sum. ot !55 which amount will CURIOUS INCIDENT London. Aug. A curious InvUent comes to light la con- section with the arrival of the British at Baku. Tho garrison of the place consisted largely of BoUhevikl, who, with Ar- uicnians. were opposing the- Turks. Thus lii while Oghting the Bolshevlki in the north, are co-operating with them In the south. The British are also guard- ins the trans-Caspian railroad to prevent the enemy tfroai gaining to Afshanlslan and the Indian frontier. held a very enjoyable meeting at tho home of Mrs. A-. on Thurs- day afternoon. f Mrs. Sveuiufflson made a delightful hostess during the dinner hour .cm wneu >he entertained number ot her frlendi iu honor ot liwlght and Mrs. Keadn'whu short- ly leriulnaltnK their stay In -Itow Is- cine Hat on Friday. Mrs, Darling was a weekend visitor