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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUAUy 12, THE LETHBUUXii'. DAi-.v PAGLv ELEVEN THE food value of cocoa has been proven by centiiries of use, knd dietitians and physicians the world over arc enthusiastic in their endorsements of it. It is said to contain more nourishment tl^an beef, in a more readily assimilated form. The choice, however, should be,a high-grade cocoa,-'*J5a/cer's'' of course. IT IS I^EUgipUS, TOO Trade-mark onVievrery package WALTER Mide only by & CO. timiteci Montreal, Qkn, Dorchester, Mass. Established 1780 sees Fine Entertainment Gi|p For The Halifax Orphans' Fund (From Oilr Ov/n Correspondent) ; NobleCord, Jan. 11.-Two of our local trten.'J. W. Clarldand W. George, Jr., have purchased land just outside Mc-Konnad lu tlie High Pralrlo district, ' north of Cdnionton. They will bo mov- Wonl jour Mir to ila>? Olve lt'5onio attention. sunltKht and NnwuiKT^ IIERPICIOC. the orltlnll remedy tliat ktlli the dandruff icerm. Don't use -Hair grower*** and Jcerm (ndcn hair brujhcJ. Ilerplclde curea. m dandt-ufr and stop* Itching of acalp. ^ Almost marvelous results follow Its liie. Applications at the better barber ahops Guaranteed by The Iterplclda Co.. Sold Evcry\ybero SPECIAL AGENTS, J. p, HIgtnbotham; & Co., Ltd. Ing up there In the spring and taking their stock \vith them. All their friends here wish tliem the very best of luck. A good number of the local K.P.i went to Barons last Friday to attend a. meeting of the Jiew lodge there, and fit which eight new members were Initiated A considerable number of our young people attended the dance at Barons last Friday. ' School opened on Monday, with W. Pike and Miss Mcintosh at teachers. A good number of scholars were In attendance. >The annual meeting 6t the \Vhito Lake school district is to be held tomorrow (Saturday). ' Mr. J. W. Wilson, the teller at the Merchants Bank here left last nl^ht to takd up other duties. Last Stmday being the day for Na tlonal Prayer, our local pastor. Rev. J. A. Leslie, preached' appropriate sermons, both morning and evening. Mr. James, the military representative for this district paid us a visit the other day looking up a few men, who wore applying for exemption. '"An evening of daticc and song," as presented at the Majestic, lust evening tor the purpose of raising funds for tt,\ home m Halifax for the orphan! of the recent Halifax'disaster brought out a crowded house which was greatly appreciative of the performance staged by pupils of Miss Qladys Attree'B classes, assisted by Miss Kathleen Southard of Calgary, and four members of her Medicine Hat class, Misses Evelyn and Irene Hul-bert, Phyllis ^nd Ruth Becker, The artists,' big and little, were assisted by soloists and other musical talent of the city iind altogether the program was worthy of the big audience which greeted the players. The performance was opened by a selection by the Conservatory of Music orchestra under the direction of Mr. Harper, followed by folk dances by little Helen Maynard; Bella McCal-lum and Ivy Adams. Classical dances performed by two class groups by the Lethbrldgo class, and solo dances by Miss Kathleen Southard, Margaret Gibbons, Doris Smith and the Medicine Hat class in a dance of Pierrots and Plerrottea was the next number. Miss Southard, who Is a former "Leth-bridge glri was given a hearty reception by the big audience and showed herself a finished artist In the art of solo dancing. A solo by Mrs. Hugh Crawford, v.olln solo by E. F. Laytou and a trio by Mrs. Layton, Miss Dixon and Miss Bessie � Hazell completed part one of the program. Pare two was oi)ened by a performance of the Ruth St. Denis dances by the class with solos by Ulaa Attree, and Mips Southard. INllss Attree re; celvcd a splendid ovation as a tribute to her splendid work with her classes here and was preaenied with a largo bouquet after her incense dance. The next nuinber brought out Phyllis Becker, Thelma Nobles and Margaret As-plin in Egyptian, gypsy and crescent moon dances. The flance of spring, pipe dance, sunbonnet dance by Hilda Church, Eileen Waddlngton and Ka,th-loen Cull were among the finest performances of the evening. The little dancers all presented finished Interpretations and were roundly applauded.,. A solo by Mrs. George Simpson and a. ladles chorus were the next numbers. Then came a "Visit of An Easterii Prince," with Messrs Waddlngton and Brown as the Rajah and Prince, ,with.slaves and attendants, who were entertained by Miss Attreis as chlRf dancer, little torpreled.by Utile (Iwon Bowman, whoso cleverness In this line was quite evident, while tiny Marguerite McArtllur brbught down the house as the rose bud. The personnel, Qf the classes Is fts follows: Nautch Chorus, Mesdames nietcher, Parker, Ollhautt,. Mcintosh, Misses McPKee, Armstrong, II. Stmp-don, O'Hagan. King, .Smith. Attendants Alan Robertson. Jim Robinson, Prank Qalbraith, Billy Hinks. Greek dance: Mrs. Ollbault, Misses Armstrong, O'tlagati, II. Simpson, Mc-Phee. Children's Plastic ^dance: Hilda ChurcB.'Adalr Simpson, Margaret Olbbotts, Doris Smith, Lucy Ingram, Margaret Asplln, Thelmia Kob-les.'and' Lorn* Simpson soloist. Pas lor&l dance; Adair Simpson, Lorna Simpson, Margorct Olbboiis, Doris smith, Hilda Church, Lucy Ingram, Eileen IVaddtngton. Gwen Bowman, Anna Ostlund, Margaret Asplln, Ut-rlcl4 Speilef; Kathleen Cull, Thelma Nobles, Kathleen Colpman, Ivy Adams, Jean Oalbralth, Gwendolyn Ham mond, Emma Green, Gladys Green, Helen Wright. The Rose Ballet In eluded those In the Pastoral dance, the Medicine Hat Class and Alleen Long, Bejlo McCallum, Jean Oliver, Phyllis Raworth, Marjorle Shepherd, Mona Waddell and Marguerite Mat thews. - Altogether the performance was one of'the tihest oyer seen here and does great credit to the ixirtormors and those who trained them. The concert will be repeated tonight and without doubt the Majestic will again be crowded. J.E, TO Mrs. BroWn Pipes and daughlor Zena have- Ipft to spend the winter at Amherst, N.' S. a �  . The Aft Needlework Club will moet nt the hoioe df Mrs. Roy. 514 7tli St. south on Mtindhy at 1 p.m. . . � f � � . A. J, falilkner, a Lethbrldgo merch-iint,, la down for a tew days on a business . trip,', aijd Is staying at the Ro-gent.-Vancouver Sun. I .'/�*'assehger  Chummy Roadster J|J|0; Dirtnioor passenger $1W. AU Prices f.o,b. Detroit." OFSl.WS The parochial annual meeting of St. Mary's was hold bn Monday evening January 7, 1918, ftt 8:30 p.m. In the parish church, wUh a fair niimbor of parishioners present. The Rev. A. E. Snow was In the chair, and addressed the meeting. He said the year 1917 had been 'one of progress, and he specially complimented th^ Women's Auxiliary on their good loyal work for the church. All the' other organizations also came In for their share of praise. The Sunday school had a membership of 205 with an average attendance of 170 scholars.  . Total receipts from all sources, $1726,18. Total expenditure during the year, $1684.10, leaving a balance on the right Bjde. The W. A. bad reduced the mortgage on the.tihurch from $1650.00 to $1450, and interest had also been paid to date. Receipts Open collections ......... $289.43 Envelopes ........ 702.ij5 Missions .................... 147.10 Children's Lenten Savings ... 16.80 Donation from W A. ....---- 332.00 Donations from G. A......... 104.30 Donation from J. W. A. ...... 104.00 Total................. $1726.18 Expenditures Stipend (part)......�......... $470.00 Rent........................ -250.00 Missions.................... U9.00 Fuel, light, water ........... 143.15 Mortgage, Standard Trust Co.. :132.00 Taxes.....................v. 31.C0 Insurance................... 9.60 palntlns church -......... 121.00 Note at bank _____............ lOb.05 Sundries,....."............... 126.20 By balance In bank ......... 23.58 $1726.18 The following church officers were Wardens-Rectors, W. A. Taylor; People's, ,M, Hetlleu, / Vestrymen-rA. Cole, P. Turner, U. Ilalleri, A. Arnold, J. P. Unsworth, A. Weight, B. Scott, G. Parsons, R. G. Strakor, F, RoseSter, H. Harrison, Jr., ;T) L. Booth. . , All Silk Hair Ribbon. 4 inches, in hello, navy, seal brown or black. 1 A 7 to 10 p.m.. yard ........... IvC 12 pairs only. White V/ool Blankets, (slightly soiled) 7 to 10 p.m. J 11k Pair ........................'t�lV. 100 lbs. only. Mixed Candy, 7 to 10 p.m., lb............. 15c Panatellas Extra Cigars. Special foi* 3 hours only. 7 to 10 p.m. *|g 4 tor ...................... �uC Boys' Flannelette Pyjames. Flufsbetl with noat white frog faatener. Regular $1.25. 7 to. 10 p.m.... 090 50 only, Boys' Suit-j in Norfolk, Belted and Plain styles. Worth $10.00 to $12.00. 7 to 10 p.m.. c. OA Suit ........................OeOV A reduction of $1200 in;.;;hurch indebtedness was shown by the. annual > reports presented at the anniial.vestiy' meeting of St. Cyprlan'fi;: held;:., this week. In the conservatory of music hall. There was a splendid attendance of members of the congregation and much interest w^s displayed In thp reports. These reports sliowed much progress in the different orgaii-teallons in all branches of the church work. The work of the Sunday School ai\d Auxiliary has been paTt'cularly successful. There are now 259 mem-bora, on the school roll with offerings over $300. The auxiliary has paid off $4op on the mortgage which is considered very satisfactory. The amount \�as raised by the lodies by systematic giving. The rector's report drew special attention to the great need of leaders for the young women in the church, also some � preparation for returning soldiers. During the past year the church iii-debtedness has been reduced $t200. Receipts for year amoutited to $3,-232.10, dlsbMrsements |3,212.14. The following pKlcers were elected for the year. Minister's Warden, A. Harron, People's Warden, D. J. Hay; Vestrymen, Messrs. W. D. King, A. Hayr, D. A. Simpson, K. D. Johnson, H. Boyd, �B.,S. Jackson, K. N. Joiies, J. Morgan, H.; W. Moech, H. Tuffs, K. W. Long and Dr. D. A. Taylor. Envelope Secretary B. S. iTackson. Auditors, B. P. Tuson and H. Phillips. Only a few Men's Suits,,but every oho of good mtttcrlals. Regular i a ap* to $20. 7 to 10 p.m....... 1U�9�I Child's Qeniilne Wool Drawers. Sizes 3 to 7. Values to ?1.10. 7 to 10 p.m............. 59c A Charming R,an'ge of White Waists. '.Extra special, OII�� 7 to 10 p.m.................. ''V, Corsets with 4 supporters, all sixes, Coutil make. A groat snap. OO^ 7 to 10 p.m..............VuZ Ladies' Flannelette Night Gowns. High or low necks. | AA 7 to 10 p.m................ IsAtF Boys' Gunmetal ''Cnlf Blucher Beets, Dandy Cor sciiool and hard Q JQ wear. 7 to 10 p.m.............J�4�F Ladies' Felt Slippers. All colors to match any kimono. QQj� 7 to 10 p.m............... iFalC i Men's Work Boots of heavy calf sWn, viscojized sole. All sizes. M lyA 7 to 10 p.m.......... ......lal af NOTE THESE MINERAL PRODUCTION, B. C.'' Victoria, B.C., Jan. 11.-Revised estimates of the value of the (iiineral production of British Coluntbla fob 1917 show the total will b& approximately $37,500,000. This Is' a falling off from the total of 191B of $4,790,000. FREE OF 1.IABILITY TO SERVE Washington, Jan. 12;-^ltUens or subjects of European neutral countries, regardless of whether they have taken out first papers for American oltisenshlp, will be freed from liability to military service in the United States if they appeal through their diplomatic representatives her.s. PAIGE^DETRdlT MC^TOR CAR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN ,--.-.-.-.-~y-:-y~rr^ ' � ; V" � V . ' I!�:>���; The Garage i Corner Sixth 9^roet;�n\l Sixth AvaTUe South , ., fffOfij 6ff , ; ' \ Provincial DIstrlbutort for Palae-Oe'ro't Motor Co.. D�trolt, IV)lch. ) IN The public acbool^cadot corps will hold their. annual church parade tomorrow, and will,be addresseij by Rev.; C!. C, Cragg at Wesley church,. The cadets now number some 200 strong and present a snappy appearance on parade, ' . A BPptal evet^ing ,whlch will tftke the form,of a masquerade will'be given by the H.'S. Literary Sojclety on Friday evehliig. Thja wfll.b6 tendered In bonpr of Grade XL, champions of the InterOlBSs Debating League. vj11 �i)d.such VdovKh cftsily and nutokly, ; Got: frpa'^any clrUB�lBt:"2ii ounces of^ Pine/' n 50 eents': worth) pour it Into a IQ-oz, boltlo and fill the,bottle .with p aln .Kranulated siiKar syrun. Be&in taklni? it at once. Graduall.v but Buroly you will notice the phjeRra thin ont ana then disapnuar nttoK�tuor, thfis endl�� a cpu^h that you novcY theufiht would ciid. It also promptly loo?cns a dry or ticht e(;u�h, stops the troublvsome throat tickle, soothva tho irritated tncmtiranas that luio > tlia throat and bronchial iuboa, and rcllci! comPROVALS. NOC.O.D.'S' , r[ U J ill) 0052 ;