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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, .lANUAHY 10,4yi� Program for LO.D.E. Concert For Halifax Orphan Children PART I 1-Selection-ConBervatory of Music Orchestra, under dlrocUon of Mr. Harper. 2-Polk Dances: (a)~Horn Pipe ..................................... Ilolon Maynard (b)-Highland Fling..........;.....................Bella McCuUura (c)-Hunting Dance..........."...................,...... Ivy Adams 8-Classical Danceb: (a)-Greek Dances of the Statues ........................ The Claes (b)-Plastic Group Dance ............................... The Class (c)-Perfume ot the Popples ................................................ Kathleen Cull Solo .........................M...M.f)k...... Krs. George Simpson Indies' Choni* Solo..............Mr, George Fleming Ktatch Scsne: The visit ot Ml Katteni Prince. The Rajah.....................Mi'. Frank Waddlngton The TlnlUng Prince............ Mr. A. Brown Chief Dancer...........�.......�'>'. Miss Gladys Attree r Koceatrlc Dane*.........�>>*�.*'..��*.... Miss Adair Simpson )4t9-Ballet ot Rocee Solo-The Spirit of the Roes .^..M'^if^'-.^......Owen Bowman TbeRoaeBud...........t....ii............... Marguerite McArtbur "Ood Sare the King" tra for SuMee: Mra, W. J. Nelion, Mr*. George fitmpion.JUiss-Helena Sinpson, Messrs. \. R. and Q, Waddlngtoon. mtm MMagement: f Mr. Brown, Mr. Mdntoih. Mano has been Tery kindly lent br Maaon ud RUich Company, s JO iK. D. Johnson Chairman of ^Public School Boaixl, 1918 K. D. Jobaaon -was ehoaec chairman school a complete eight-roomed M the Lethbridge public echool board " " ------*- '- - 'for the year at the organization meeting of the board held Wednesday ttemoon in Central school. John Scott Is the retiring, chairman. Speeches of felicitation were made all round on the new chairman taldng his, seat at the head of the table. Messrs. Wallace and Johnson are the new; members ot the board, having been re-.tumed to that body in the municipal elections. Standing committees were named as follows: Finance-Geo. B. Mackay and R. P. Wallace. School Management,-R. P. Wallacn and the whole board. Sltea and Buildings-John Scott and R. R. Davidson. j Supplies-R. R. Davidson and Geo B. Mackay. , It Is rather early as yet to tell how the board csUne iiut finaacially last 'year though some ot the membera feared there would be a deficit of about $3,000., The estlmistes vreri* $97,000 and sUgbUy over flOO.OOO were spent. Big Attendance Lethbridge schools are tilling up. The beginners classes for the new term will be startled this year on February REDUCTIONS^ THE MAY Figures Recorded at Fernie For 1917 Show a Considerable Redaction The tisures. are as follows: Pernlia and >J6�i  dre^k gdnoral collections .. i...;........1302,75 Corhin general dolloctlons .. 117.00 BtiU River 'geiAeral collections �&.00 Jattray, general c6tl','   Patriotic Fund lOTHE REAL SOLDIERS Edmonton, Jan. 9.~The moratoriuni will probably bo Uraltod during the next session of the IriKlsIftture to give relief merely (o soldiers who arooo active service orvcrsoas or are-con-Hcrlpted. This la one ot the important demands placed before the premier and council by a deputation from the tour larger cltlos toOay. , Tlie Police ,Fee's , The deputation asked, .tor, a share ot the-police fees, h\it attar tho provincial treasurer hiul explained - Uie situation and gave figures showing the total fines recelvfid from .the police magistrates from Kilniontdn, Calgiry, Lethbridge iind Modiclnb  Hat- -was $67,605.25 they wcro convinced that the cities had no real grieyahce."Jloth the promier and provincial treasurer suggested the possibility.(>t glylnk,the cities half of the liquor fines imposed by maglatrates for cily^pfferisos; .\ The Motor Licstises Upon the premier assuriiig.the delegation, that they had practically da HOTELS TO BE UNDER THE FACTORY ACT J. "W. McLeod, chief inspector, and Mrs. Margaret Lewis, inspector frfr Southern Alberta, in charge of the ' adm'nistration ot the Factory Act are in the city today investigating to learn how the act Is being observed. According to the instructions from Edmonton the act will be rigidly enforced hereafter, and infractions w'll be prosecuted without further warning., The Herald understands that the inspectors have intimated that hotels will be put under the act within a mbnth. vPrefeldent Marnoch ot the board of trade and a deputation ot retailers went to Calgary Wednesday night to wait on Premier Stewart to ask that-arrangements be made to keep tho (Stores open on Saturday nights tor tho accommodat'on ot t^o farming public > ? : � 'fr reiviove observation cars on C, p. r. Calgary, Jan, 10.-Tho Canadian Pacific management locally annonncBs the removal oti all observation cars .which have heretofore been attached to ail through passenger trains. BANKER'S .WIFE ADVISES LETHBRIDGE WOMEN "I had stomach trouhlo so bad I could eat noihing but toast, fruit o',' hot water. ISverything olso poured or formed gas, I waH miserable until 1 tried simple buckthoj-n hark, glycerine, etc., HH nii.xcd In Adicr-l-kn. This ^elpod me the FIRST DAY,",Because 'A;{ller-l-ka fhiahes' the ENTIRE bownl tract completely It roliovas AN'V. PHONE 1766 20 lb. sack of B. C. Suflap and 1 lb. of our own Spoolal o f^f* Blend Tea, rejaular 50c. Special Friday only. Both for ..... M'Vv Christie's Sodas, per tin ',.. b6o Lenox ' Laundry Soap, extra laroe bar,;^Speelal 6 bars 25c Go(d Soap, :4 for ..;........ 25c tasiiile Soap,7 bars Tor ... 25o Coriil Tollct/'Soapi Special per box of a.bare........... 15c Empress.Brand Pure Marmalade per 2 ifc tin ............. 40c Nelson .Brand Pure Raspberry Jam, per 4 lb. tin ........ 8Bc Graham Wgfprs, per 1 lb. tin 35c Comb Hone^; pei; comb ... 35o Climax Brand Jam, mixed with appoe. All flavors; per 4 lb. tSc Potted Beef, Ham, large tins, special 2 for ........... 25c Peaches and Pears In 2 lb. tins Each 25c Tomatoes, per tn,......... 25e Corn, per tin ..,.........'. 25q Sodas in 6 lb. boxes, cpeclal per bo/t,,,,.,.............90o ALL SPECIALS C, O. D. ONLY inot inniiti.'in "cu'ibOB tniv�i-���i� r uMfy. OA^E souH-Btoinach,, gas Or constlpi- 1 �withdrew the appeal tiuiii.share, ex- tion and prevents appendicitis. The rucoU'Miolloctlon.^asi compared to pre- cept In tho case ot trucldrfor deHvery INSTANT action Is Burpr;i