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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMHKK 11, THE LPiTHBRiDiiE- DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Winter nd Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER' 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. To Atlantic Seaports In connection with ocean tickets via all Steamship Lines to the Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date of issue. Also tJ St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Dubuquo, Fort Dodge, Kansas City and other United.- States Points Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. To Vancouver, Victoria and Tickets on Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January Sth to 13th and February 5th to 10th, 1917. Final Return Limit April 30th, 1317. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Through Standard Sleencr LETHBRIDGE TO TORONTO Will leave December 13th at 1.30 a.m. Ready lor occupancy at 9 p.m. December 12th. For full information apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. one of good roads. Every man most emphatically endorsed a good roads program. (OONTINUKD FliOJf up to and including Dec. 23rd at 0 p.m., will Ijc tripled and votes will be glvon in tlio following proportions for subscriptions secured during the last two weeks o1' Price, Votes Mix months 18.00 -H.OOO vein- 4.00 S.OO 1 L'.IIO 111.00 20.00 Two years Three yours l''our years Five years Kxtra votes for now business trip- led also. Triple votes will be given on sec- ond imyniKllU as set forth elsewhere on this pago. All candidates over in tlie west riding, and Sir Fred- erick Cawloyu with Lancashire. No Hottjle Criticism London, Doc. new ministry evokes no hostile criticism in tlie press and Tor the most part Is commented on with enthusiasm. Lloyd-George gen- erally In congratulated on the upeod with which he accomplished his diffi- cult tank and the manner In which ho''boldly abandoned tradition and swept aside all customs and prece- dents. The least enthusiastic commentator, the Daily News, refrains from con- demnation. U says: "It is an experi- ment boldly conceived and fearlessly executed. 'Tlie task which the new cabinet is undertaking is by far loo by needless criticism. They arc chal- lenging .fortune, and by their success vork'up to the last minute of the of- What the Press Agents Say At the Empress The feature at the Empress tonight is "Flower No Man's a good production. There will be a good com- edy program also. At the Majestic D W Oriflitli'K "Tlic Birth of ll N'a- cilemenl it on its previous visit to f whereby hose who were not able to see this ;niticent spectucio before will un- V r limiiiicuiv secure their seats well in mlratcd in the'hands of four men y dlicil whcro although commented on as an enor- inous departude from men! of the country is virtually con- and j fer'and" then" mail their results. The jus sweeping out of existence, at any judges will make the final count of irate for the lime being lit. iiih tit V- sc Ulo votes on tlie Thursday night following of cabinet government, fiiBlitens to scc u the close of the contest. Full of the commentators, who see m of the lime and place will bo an- it many advantages. Nevertheless, its The Herald when they'great importance impresses all writ- ers. The Telegraph says: "It is a revolution, .taking rank as such with the small number of well At Starlaiiil marked departures from precedent j( he landmark of our con- anvUling you ,iltc grnb which forms, the landmark of our co Cronivi e 1 pleasant, philosophy of have been decided .upon. The Judges' Final Count will be public and' can- I dictates and their friends may attend if they wish. Special Cash Offer Closes on Saturday slitutional history. Not uomwe i ,.fc am, Although the triple vote offer isjhimse If Fulton in their rather haphazard for both this week and next, the The most of mcasi res J3 ]ittlc mol.0 ul ri-ii ?i D fi-sli offer closes SI p. m., Oie 5 theorist than Buck, who though an DC.' h, corans Saturday, all subscriptions that are to to go to extremes in carrying toward this special prize must be n11 ova on. kj out his scheme of things which Dave mailed in accordance with the ruies not Bet forth on page 1. i so wnen IJIUK (Special to tlie Etzikom, Dee. nomination of municipal officers here today was tlie most, interesting in the history of the municipality. are fourteen candidates in tlie field. Two of tlie old council are not R N w M lice tl.o, llas mem- runniug. It is beyond question that 6eut mlt st Paul Metis_ Hle ace to, a> tlio municipality is thereby a very ,Brtliest llorUl station of the Mounted ot ms caumet' Edmonton, itcs in tlie wjth Of supt. Wrou ill are not n R N w M patrol llas StiOll that Rf TVtpM Dec. .accordance [ghton, is been At Tlic Ornheum Lloyd-George 111 to impress their own views mlon, Dec. Lloyd-; George is ill. He'was unable to go to uals concerned. This is especially not- able in connection with some appoint- ments of men without previous exper- ience ill official routine. A warning GOOD PANTAGES BILL note, however, is raised in this con- The pantngea show at the Orplieum nection by the Times, winch says that aftcnloou aiid tonight will be it will be necessary to beware lost Uje bcst seen herp ye, Ono ot these ministers become subject to the the js the animal show, influence of permanent departmental fm. wMai a matjnee is being held for officials, many of whom, it says, are kllWles this afternoon, and there apt to be active politicians and seek L hunting trip in the uorthenst district, 1 ami who were due b a very 'heavy loser. Mr. Peck, the t'ormei reeve, displayetl such energy talent during his tenure of office that he would unquestionably have been the inost popular ot candidates. It is a real pity that such men have not time. Johnson, hro- v.The candidates "re Jo in W. Jack-' I Johnson, assistant manager. lnd will be two shows tonight, 7.SO and on men M The Albertan critic has the follow- "Andrew -Sonar Law and the othei I o[ (he ahow. members of the ministry who are the sllow is -n-orth required to seek re-election on as-! a wel, sumption of office, and also the Lords th holltt plenty ot good music, Wltll tllG ____----nT.tinTinllir lino ciiio-inc and THE. FINEST CHRISTMAS GIFT: The Gift of Music! THE GIFT OF MUSIC--the ability to leave the ranks of listeners and take a place among the crea- tors of music. Could you ask for a greater gift, yourself? Could you bestow a greater gift on another? WE ARE ALL MUSICIAiS'S AT nat- ural creators of music. If we are musically dumb, it is because of physical limitations, lack of ear, lack of voice, or LACK OF OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIN OUR lack of desire! AND IT IS because the Player-Piano overcomes our physical limitations that its popularity has swept over the entire world, and that its name has become a part of the language of every civilized nation. THE PLAYER-PIANO gives us a piano technique NEVER at fault. It gives us the ability to play every air we have known since childhood, every wonder- ful concert melody, every song and dance of the day, and all the majestic creations of the masters! ANY OTHER CHRISTMAS GIFT COMPARE WITH THIS? We have a choice in our stock of dainty and sweet-toned Upright Player-Pianos in most attractive cases at prices as low as 5550.00 to the world renowned Stelnway Pianola Grand Pianos. '__________ No matter how much or how little, a dependable instrument may-be found at the Mason Risch Store. Any of these instruments can be bought on easy terms, more easy than practically anything else approaching its money val- ue. Itarf} "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" Balmoral Block........ Lethbridge a OHictal anuonncement was made who'are co-operation with the new line "singing an. ,L, I, that the premier was suffering trom ;arimlnlstration, went to the palace at Q t Palmer, tin ,ck two weeks a severe chill and that on the advice aon_ A mt tlm( has been t. be are taking over then- the audience in good hu- James Bailey, repott from Hle patrol is expected carefnl in appointing some of his prin- offlce anrt.wll, conduct them as though tne er. bamuei Jjouaiu-on du u ui d. ijibiiju. I is expected carefnl in appointing some of his prin- offlce ahd.wlll conduct them as though t is rull snapi tnelr will be in witliln.the next few days. cipal ministers to have regard for .their nll official rol.malities had been com- f lk ood a aood but the best The party, is thought to be in the powerful connections with the large 1Ied These members however, 8crsam. The Metropolitan Five not malting a.goou.uutuieiju K-ieinity of told Lak'e. in the north-industrial areas, for example, 'Lord are llOll. I _i- '.will hot lie able to appear before: the nrogram'oi: musical The one question that was pre-emi-least section of the'province, to the Rhondda with South Wales Sir Joseph tomorrow, and it is expected tlie selections and were'heart- nently tlie; candidates was the north of Lloydminster. Maclays with Glasgow, Mr. lllmgworth session will be a. Tney are artists of PHONE 1722 AT 8.15. AND TWICE TO 'MORROW, TUES. AT'2.15 AND 8.15. '3ASIL S. COURTNEY PRESENTS D. W. GRIFFITH'S MIGHTY SPECTACLE session will be a formal one. statement concerning the govern- ment's .policy to be made by Lloyd- George :or Bonar Law, in the House of and Lord Curzoii in the House of Lords, probably will be post- poned until Thursday, when the vote of credit .-is moved. A strong policy in regard.'to control of shipping, mines, food and nian power is looked for. The premier, president and his fol- lowers will occupy opposition benches to the'left of the speaker. The Inde- pendent- Labor party, whose, members are avowed peace advocates, also will cross to the opposition side, thus creating.a visible split in the Labor party, in opinion on current issues. Tlie Nationalists will decide their attitude at a meeting called for to- morrow. It is probable they will press the. Irish claims with emphasis, de- manding- immediate changes in the Irish administration and the release of Irishmen arrested during .the re- .hellion.. are artists take a pleasure il their work and will always be wel- comed by Calgary audiences. Gruber's mimals surely portray brute strength md intellect to a nicety. The animals ire well trained and the act 'is well THE ATLAS TRANSFER AND COAL, C. O. D. ALL KINDS OF TRANSFER WORK. PHONE 1717 Office: Frank Miles Boat Store B. WIGG, Proprietor. ITHGE5: VAUDEVILLE PANTAGES' 3Vo. 1 EOAD SHOW GRUEBER'S ANIMALS Elephant, Horse" Pony, and Dog A BIG ATTRACTION. WILSON BROS. METROPOLITAN FIVE Comedians of Exceptional Afail- Ballads d'. Amour ity. See Them. GASTON PALMER RAY AND EMMA DEAN Jugglers of High Degree. The Joyful Pair Prices 50c. Two Shows: 7.30 and 9.30 ts Matinee 50e. ALL SEATS At THEATRE NOW? Miss Simm, Mr. Fleming; "Col. Heeraliar's Bray Car. Com. jk Tonight-Tomorrow Famous Players .__ Presents OWEN MOORE AND MARGUERITE COURTOT in "ROLLING STONES" METRO EXTRA SPECIAL, 5-Aots CMPRtoV Flower No Man's Land mi Featuring the Beautiful Screen Star 1J To NIGHT VIOLA DANA LATEST CARTOONS COMEDY WILLIAMSON SUBMARINE PICTURES JLJLOU ORPHEUM DEC. Fii-st and Only Piclitrcs Ever Taken at the Bottom of the Sea to be Shown at THEATRE Tues., Wed. Thurs. SPECIAL MATINEE ON WEDNESDAY, 4 D.HI. The Big Slimy Monsters of the Deep The Terrible Man Eating Sharks The Diver Attacking and Killing Ferocious Shark EXPLORING SUNKEN SHIPS. NATIVES niuiwg FOR HOW SPONGES ARE SECURED, ETC., ETC., A 1000 WONDERS OF THE MIGHTY DEEP COME AND TAKE A TRIP ALONG THE FLOOR OF THE OCEAN Matinee Children TSc, Adulto25c ;