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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATiMUJAY, JANUARY 12, 1�J1� THK LKTJUJiiiUln: i)A. I'ACilC liLKVTiN 6 THE food value of cocoa has been proven by centuries of use, and dietitians and physicians the world over are enthusiastic in their endorsements of it. It is said to contain more nourishment tfyan beef, in a more readily assimilated form. The choice, however, should be a high-grade cocoa,-"Baker's" of course. I IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package �i Made only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. Established 1780 1 I  m 4 n-'i-om Our Own Correspondent) Noblet'ord, Jan. j.1.-Two of our local mon, J. \V. Clark and W. George, Jr., have purchased land just outside Mc-Konniiii in the High Prairie district, � north of Edmonton. They will be mov- 2 f-~ Want your hair to stay? V-j OK e it sonic attention, sunlight and jfi-i. NCW'llRo'S tlCKIICtnt. tlic original (T*.". rL-mcily ttint kills the dandruff iterm. (~\ . V^/ Oon't use "hair grower*'' and germ tmicn hnlr brushes. Ilerplclctc cures- ^f^Tii (^) 1 dandruff and stop* Itthlnff of scalp. ^ � )0 Atrm^t marvttous results follow its use. )c/ Applications nt the hotter barber shops Guaranteed by The Hcrpicido Co. So'.J KverywhGvo SPECIAL AGENTS, J. O. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. ing up there In the spring and taking their slock with them. All their friends here wish them the very best of luck. A good number of the local K.P.s went to Barons last Friday to attond a meeting of the new lodge there, and at which eight new members were initiated A considerable number of our young people attended the dance at Barons last Friday. � School opened 011 Monday, with \V. Pike and Miss Mcintosh at teachers. A good number of scholars were in attendance. '-The annual meeting of the White Lake school district is to be held tomorrow (Saturday). ' Mr. ,). \V. Wilson, the teller at the Merchants Hank here left last night to take up other duties. Last Sunday being the day for National Prayer, our local pastor, Rev. .T. 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 were applying for exemption. Fine Entertainment Given For The Halifax Orphans' Fund! '"An evening of dance and song," as presented at the Majestic last evening for the purpose of raising funds for n. home in Halifax for the orphans of the recont Halifux � disaster brought out a crowded house which was greatly appreciative of the performance staged by pupils of Miss Oladys Attree s classes, assisted by Miss Kathleen Southard of Calgary, and four members of her Medicine Hat class, Misses Kvolyn and Irene Hul-bert, Phyllis and Ruth Becker. The artists, big and Utile, were assisted by soloists and other musical talent of the city and altogether the program was worthy of the big audience which greeted the players. ''Tie 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; Rella McCal-lum and Ivy Adams. Classical dances performed by two class groups by the Lethbridgo class, and solo dances by Miss Kathleen Southard, Margaret Gibbons, Doris Smith and the Medicine Hat class in a dance of Pierrots and Pierrettes was the next number. Miss Southard, who is a former Letb-bririge giri 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, violin solo by E. V. Layton and a trio by Mrs. Layton, Miss Dixon and Miss Hessie Hazell completed part one of the program. Pare two was opened by a performance of the Huth St. Denis dances by the class with solos by Miss Attree, and Mins Southard. Miss Attree received a splendid ovation as a tribute to her splendid worjt with her classes here and was presented with a largo bouquet after her incense dance. The next number brought out. Phyllis Becker, Thelma Nobles and Margaret As-plin in Egyptian, gypsy and crescent moon dances. The dance of spring, pipe dance, sunbonnet dance by H Ida Church, Eileen Waddlngton and Kathleen Cull were among the finest performances of the evening. The little dancers all presented finished interpretations and were roundly applauded. a A solo by Mrs. George Simpson and" a ladies chorus were the next numbers. Then came a "Visit of An Eastern Prince," with Messrs Wad-dington and Brown as the Rajah and Prince, with slaves and attendants, who were entertained by Miss Attree as chief dancer, little Adair Simpson in an eccentric dance, and a whole bevy of young ladies who performed for the delectation of the royal visitor. The stage setting was brilliant, the act being highly appreciated, i The coloring of the last number, a j ballet of roses which brought out all i the younger members of Miss Attree's , Lethbridge classes, was a fitting climax to a fine program. The spirit of the rose was very beautifully in- terpreted by little i;wen Bowman, whose cleverness in this line was quite evident, while tiny Marguerite McArtliur brought down tint bouse as the rose bud. The personnel of the classes Is as follows: Nautch Chorus, .Mesdames Blotcher, Parker, Oillmult,. Mcintosh, Misses McPhee, Armstrong, II. Simpson, O'Hugan, King, Smith. Attendants Alan Robertson, Jim Robinson, Frank Oalbraith, Hilly Minks. Greek dance: Mrs. Giibault, .Misses Armstrong, O'Hagan, II. Simpson, McPhee. Children's Plastic dance: Hilda Church, Adair .Simpson, Margaret Gibbons, Doris Smith, Lucy Ingram, Margaret Asplin, Thelma Nobles and. Lorna Simpson soloist. Pastoral dance; Adair Simpson, Lorna Simpson, Margaret Gibbous, Doris Smith, Hilda Church, Lucy Ingram, Eileen Waddlngton, Gwen Bowman, Anna Ostlund, Margnret Asplin, Ut-rlcia Speller, Kathleen Cull, Thelma Nobles, Kathleen Colpman, Ivy Adams, Jean Galbraith, Gwendolyn Hammond, Emma Green, Gladys Green, Helen Wright. The Rose Bailet included those In the Pastoral dance, the Medicine Hat Class and Aileen Long, Belle McCallum. Jean Oliver, Phyllis Rawovth, Marjorie Shepherd, Mona Waddell and Marguerite Matthews. Altogether the performance was one of the finest ever seen here and does great credit to the performers and those who trained them. The concsrt will be repeated tonight and without doubt the Majestic will again be crowded. IE, TO HAT E Tlie minister of education has appointed/as High School inspector, Mr. J. A. Smith of Calgary. Mr. Smith will also be Registrar of the Department. Mr. Smith's place in Calgary will be taken by Inspector G. W. Gorman of Medicine Hat and Mr. Gorman wiil.be succeeded by Inspector Hodgson of Macleod, who was formerly science teacher in Lethbridge. Two new public school inspectors have been appointed also. They aro A. J. Watson of the Edmonton lifgh school staff and R. II. Liggett of Red-cliff. HONOR FOR WHITLOCK New York, Jan. 12.-Brand AATiit-lock, former minister to Belgium, was elected to membership in the Academy of Arts and Letters yesterday. h ^/vzMostBecmtifrl Carin/bnerica THOUGH the Paige Essex "Six'55" is a large car, it is also an economical car-a thoroughly practical vehicle for the man who wishes to avoid excessive "up'keep" without sacrificing luxurious comfort and a vast range of power. In brief it offers every advantage of the very high priced, high powered touring car-and none of the disadvantages. It is a superb motor car-an artistic" achievement and a mechanical masterpiece. "Six-39" 2 or 3-passcnger $1330; Sedan "Six-39" 5-passenger $1925. All Prices f.o. b. Detroit. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and Sixth Aveiue South Phone 568 Provincial Distributors for Paigc-Jetroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. The Art Needlework Club will meet at the homo of Mrs. Roy, 514 7th St. south on Monday at 1 p.m.  *  A. J. Faulkner, a Leth bridge merchant,, is down for a few days on a business trip, and is staying at the Regent.-Vancouver Sun. CAnSWELL-GOKI'', A quiet wedding was solemnized in St. John's manse, Medicine Hat, when Mr. Allan Carswell, merchant, of Lundbreck, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Miss Helen Shaw Gore of 407 West 57th St.. New York. The Rev. J. W. Morrow, minister of St. John's, performed the ceremony.  �  WAR MENU FOR MONDAY Breakfast Cornmeal Porridge Toast Stewed Figs. Dinner Pork Chops Mashed Turnips Baked Potatoes Rice Pudding Supper Scalloped Corn Rye Bread Oatcakes Tea Apple Sauce The recipe for scalloped com, mentioned above, is as follows: 1 can corn, 1 cup white sauce, 2 cups buttered bread crumbs. Put alternate layers of corn and bread crumbs and cover with a white sauce. Sprinkle buttered bread crumbs over the top, and put in the oven until brown. FECIALS Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Millar and children leave from their home in Tuber today (Saturday) for u month in Vancouver � * � The (J. I. A. will hold fhr'r regular mooting Monday afternoon at _ o'clock iu the i. O. O. V. hall. Installation of officers. The members are all asked to be present. * * + WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY Breakfast Oatmeal Porridge Milk Toast. Tea or Coffee Dinner Sliced Tongue Baked Sweet Potatoes Beets Snow Pudding Supper Apple and Ceicry Salad Bread and Butter Preserved Apricots Cookies Tea The recipe for Snow Pudding, men- 1 tloned above, is as follows: 1-4 box of gelatine or 1 tablespoon granulated gelatine, 1-4 cup cold water. 1 nip boiling water, 1 cup sugar, l-t cup; lemon juice, white two eggs. Soak the gelatine in cold water, dissolve in boiling water, add sugar and I lemon juice, .strain, and set aside in a | cool place; occasionally stir mixture,] and when quite thick, beat with wire spoon or whisk until frothy; add | whites of eggs beaten stiff, and con-i tinue beating until stiff enough to hold its shape. .Mould, or pile by spoonfuls on glass dish, serve cold with a boiled custard made from the yolks of the eggs. AT THE AY" ON SALE 7.00 P.M. TO 10.00 P.M. ONLY OF ST. MARY'S The parochial annual meeting of St. Mary's was hold on Monday evening January 7, 1918, at 8:30 p.m. in the parish church, with a fair numbor of parishioners present. The Rev. A. E. Snow was in the chair, and addressed the meeting. He said the year 11)17 had been one of progress, and he specially complimented the, 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 20f> with an average attendance of 170 scholars. Total receipts from all sources, $1726,18. Total expenditure during the year, $1684.30, leaving a balance on the right side. The W. A. had reduced the mortgage on the church from $1650.00 to $1450, and interest had also been paid to date. Receipts Open collections ...'.......... $289.43 Envelopes ................... 702.55 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 .................... 119.00 Fuel, light, water ........... 143.15 Mortgage, Standard Trust Co.. 332.00 Taxes ....................... 31.60 insurance ................... 9.60 Painting church ............. 121.00 Note at bank ................ 100.05 Sundries ____................ 126.20 By balance in bank......... 23.58 $1726.1.8 The following church officers were elected: Wardens-Rectors, W. A. Taylor; People's, H. Hellier, Vestrymen-A. Cole, P. Turner, il. Hallen, A. Arnold, J. P. Unsworth, A. Weight, E. Scott, G. Parsons, R. G. Strakor, F. Rossiter, H. Harrison, Jr., Ti h. Booth. SlOTlISlSA; All Silk Hair Ribbon. -I inches, in hello, navy, seal brown or black. *| f\ _ 7 to 10 p.m.. yard ........... 1UC 12 pairs only. White V/ool Blankets, (slightly soiled) T to 10 p.m. ^ JQ, 100 lbs. only, Mixed Candy, � f" 7 to 10 p.m.. lb.............. IDC Panatellas Extra Cigars. Special for 3 hours only. 7 to 10 p.m. �( 4 for ...................... &OC Boys' Flannelette Pyjames. Finished with neat wdiite frog fastener. OA Regular $1.25. 7 to.10 p.m.... O.IC 50 only, Boys' Suit-! in Norfolk. Belted and Plain styles. Worth $10.00 to $12.00. 7 to 10 p.m.. g L A reduction of $1200 in church indebtedness was shown by the annual reports presented at the annual vestry meeting of St. Cyprian's- held . this week, in the conservatory of music hall. There was a splendid attendance of members of the congregation and much interest was displayed in the reports. These reports showed much progress in the different organizations in all branches of the church work. The work of the Sunday School and Auxiliary has been particularly successful. There are now 251) members on the school roll with offerings over $300. The auxiliary has paid off $400 on the mortgage which is considered very satisfactory. The amount was raised by the ladies 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 cburcli indebtedness has been reduced $1200. Receipts for year amounted to $:�!,-232.10, disbursements $3,212.14. The following officers were elected for the year. Minister's Warden, A. Harron, People's AVardon, D. J. Hay; Vestrymen, Messrs. W. D. King, A. Hayr, D. A. Simpson, K. D. Johnson, 11. Boyd. E.,S. Jackson, K. N. Jones, J. Morgan, H, AV. Meech, H. Tuffs, R. AV. Long and Dr. D. A. Taylor. Envelope Secretary E. S. Jackson. Auditors, E. P. Tuson and H. Phillips. : Only a few Men's Suits, but every one i ot good materials. Regular | A Qf"  to $20. 7 to 10 p.m....... lU��f3 Child's Genuine Wool Drawers. Sizes 3 to 7. Values to $1.10. 7 to 30 p.m............. 59c A Charming Range of White Waiats. �Extra special, (\t\ 1 to 10 p.m.................. ifuC Corsets with 4 supporters, all sizes, Coutil make. A great snap. aa 7 to 30 p.m................... if"C Ladies' Flannelette High or low necks. 7 to 10 p.m........ Night Gowns. 1.29 Boys' Gunmetal Calf Blucher Boots. Dandy for school and hard Q ylQ wear. 7 to 10 p.m.............0**Xmt rMiirrtr is one T�n eaa vuailr rcaito r.t liomr-. lUeap, but very cB't'tllvc W Thousands of peoplo normally healthy in every other respect, aro annoyed with a persistent hiuiiilnji-o-.i bronchial cough year after year, disturbing their sleep and making lift; disagreeable. It's so needless-there'ri an old home-made remedy that will end such a cough easily arid riuickly. Cet from any druggist "2'/i ouiicos of I'incx" '{50'wnts worth), pour it into a 16-oz. bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated su^nr syrup. Begin takinjf it at once. Gradually but surely you will notice the phlegm thin cut nnd then disappear altogether, thus ending a cough that you never thought would end. It also promptly loosens a dry or tight cough, stops the troublesome throat tickle, eootliva tha irritated membranes that lina the throat and bronchial tubes, and relief comes almost immediately. A day's dse will usually break up aiv ordinary throat or chest cold, and for brouchiti?, croup, wlioopin:' courdi and bronchial asthma there is nothing better. It tiii'tes pleasant and keeps perfectly. Pines is a most' valuable concentrated coniDjiuul of genuine Norway pine extract and is used by millions cf people every year for throat and chest colds with splendid roault3. To avoid disappointment, ask your tfruggist for "2Vi ounces of Pinex" v.-ith full directions nnd don't accept r.nythht'r else. A c-jnrantca of absolute satisfaction or imncy promptly T-funded go"9 v?Ti tV.a preparation, i'ie Pines Co., Toronto, Out. SOMETHING FOR SUNDAY 1 tin Lobster, 1 glass Marmalade, 1 bottle Olives. 7 to 10 p.m.................. OUC 3 cans "Royal Anne" Cherries CA_ 7 to 10 p.m................... OUC 2!/i lb. packet Blue Ribbon 1 if Toa. 7 to 10 p.m............. A.It) 3 lb. Pail of Lard. QC<� 7 to 10 p.m................... �/DC NOTE AVe cannot guarantee delivery of any of these specials on Saturday night. NO PHONE ORDERS. NO APPROVALS. NO C. O. D.'S HUDSONS' BAY 0052 ;