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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1910 THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY IIEHALI) PAGE FIVE Mrs. S. Thornley passes Mayor Allison Looking for Town Coal Supply (Fi'ojn Our Own Correspondent; I'Inclioi' Creole, Dec. death of Mrs. S, Thorn ley occurred in Cal- ijary on Monday morning, Dec. IHli, 'where the deceased lady had bncn vittltliifrfoi' the past month. Word had been received on Sunday evening that Mrs. Thornley was very ill of pneu- monia, and the word on Monday morn- Ing oi' her death was quite n shock both to her family and lo the entire community. The remains were brought home and the will take place from tlio Methodist church, of which the deceased was a devout member, on Thursday at two o'clock. 'Besides" her h.usbaiul there is left I to mourn her loss, two daughters, ].Mrs. Hallou and Mrs. Gorton, and i three cons, J times of Pinchor Creek, and who led here with the 13th G.M.R. airrf now 'of the somewhere in Krancc, ami wlia went overseas as a bandsmaa of the 102ml. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Martin have t connections with Pinchor Creek and are moving to Writes to His Wife Here Thai 50th Hattalion Was Badly Cut Up Winnipeg, Doc. 11. Winnipeg wfoeut duBuu %i: lower for December and higher for May. Oats were higher for both May and Decem- ber options. Barley was intclianged for December, %c advance for May. Flax was up 4Vie for December and for May. Fluctuations were narrower than for Home days. Minne- apolis closed with December %c low- er. May %j: and July lower. The cash demand was just fair to- day for nil grailes with a very per- ceptible increase in prices for No. 4 wheat and lower. These advances were al the way from '2 to 4c and were at- Iributed to the dearth of offerings. The market generally was narrow and without special feature with the ex- ception of the continued and growing sprcnil between Chicago December ami May. which reached the propor- tion of He during, the. morning. Dr. jHaglli; tlie new secretary of tile Exchange, formally took office during tlie morning having been elect- ed on. Wednesday a member of tUe Kxchangc. Futures Wheat- Winnipeg Dec...... v, Dec, May Flax- They are expected to leave on J'llli 'day'accompanied by Misses Marjorie SOlli bat- and Kathleen. Many friends here ex- tend to Mr. and Mrs. AlurUn and lit- tle daughters a wish for every happi- ness "in their new home. Mayor Allison spent several days in Calgary this week endeavoring to got. in touch with a line of coal that I might be induced to lend itself to the of providing comfort to the Minneapolis- Dec. Doc 172% 58 Vs If you wore 'told of a new discovery for tlio treatment of. coughs, iolds and bronchi titt, as certain in Us 10lion on all clicst troubles as anti- toxin is on diphtheria, or vaccination on small-pox, wouldn't you feet like eivinj; .U trial? Peps is the.discovery! Peps are little tablets, containing ;crtain Eicdicinal ingredients, which, wheii placed upon (he tongue, imiuedi- alcly turn into vapour, and are at once breathed down the air passages to the liniys. On their journey, they sootta the inflamed and irritated latmibrunes 3i the bronchial tubes, tliedulicale walls if the air passages, and finally enter, aud carry relief and healing to the lungs. lu a word, while no liquid or solid ian get to the lungs and air passages, these fumes get there direct, and it once commence their work of TREE TRIAL Cut out this teross it the name and dak; of this paper, lad mail it (with Ic. stamp to pay return postage) lo Peps Co.. Toronto. A free trial packet will tben sent you. All iruggists and stores sell .Peps, 50c. box. Pte. M. Cranny, tallon, who enlisted from Winnipeg Cash Prices who was reported as missing fipm lus, who J Wheat- unit some time ago, is still with ms; ,h j, tollowing announcement] No. 1 Nor.. .173% No. 2 Nor.. and m good health, i ceo d- nhsnrver." London. No. Nor.. .161% No. 4 Nor.. .140% ii'iiv'p hv his Ullie" from "The London, neie D> ins Qf ,nterest ii- tlipq'p! inent. grnndsoiljar Sir Charles 'ham. K.C.B. Lady Edith is the elder daughter of Lord Dartrey, and mar- ing to a letter receive! living and going on well, but very! Ash .MA.., -NO------ husy. have 1----- trenches six times now; that is nipre than any other brigade has done, and -----y f tliiH is the ho'test place in Prance, ried m 190o Mr. Charles Do.ugl.ib I en- wm have seen In tneUant, a halt-brother of the present .apers before you get this letter Lorfi Penrlum. Her late husband abmit the cuttillK up our baltiilion who had greatly distinguished Inn Belt got It Us something awful. You South Africa, being twice ment.ou. would think it was hell let loose, but eel in dispatches, was killed m action a c v got out all right. j on Oclober 20th, 1914. The particulars; "We are in billots and I wish you are not at hand of the wedding which could see them. This was once a nice followed closely upon the above an- town but now it is in ruins and wei nonncement. i are sleeping in whatever will give us the best shelter. We are not even safe at that as Fritz takes it into his heri to shell us pretty often, and 1 can toll yon it is'not we get tlien. I think we are a lucky j bunch to have lasted as long as we have I think we will do quite a hitj usi 'alt'. We have jnstjhad a touch i of snow; we have had lots- of rain, and now we are up' to the thighs in mud and it is a task to get in or out. Tell Mother Superior I thank her very much for the papers and scapulars, as they came at the very time I needed them. I had a narrow escape Sunday. One of Fritz' shells burst only a few feet from me, but nut a single piece of it touched me." me." 5 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. 34 Vi Extra No. 1 Feed No. 91 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0. No. 2 C. W. t. No. 3 C. W. 51 Vs No. 4 ___.. 85 MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices TWO FIFTEEN NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Two Fifteen, Dec. "wide a Wake" Women's Institute held a street fair at the "Sleepy Hollow" school house last Friday nlslit. The ai'fair was well planned and was a complete .success from both a social j and financial standpoint. A part of I tlie proceeds will be used to send delegates to the annual convention tit Edmonton. Bethel Ladies' Aid will give a din- ner and sale at the Two Hi1 teen school i house Saturday, December Ki, dinner at 1.2 o'clock. Everybody invited Threshing is still in progress as often as the weather permits, a few days of good weather would see this part of Alberta all done. Mrs. Fred Lefflngwell entertained tiie wide awake Women's Institute la'st Wednesday. The Young People's league will give I a night can basket social Wednesday j December 20. In addition to the program the first edition of the 1 League's newspaper will be read. There will be a Christmas enter- tainment at the Two Fifteen school house, Friday, December 22 at 7.30 p. m. Ctete WIDE VARIETY OF DELICIOUS HOME MADE CANDY. FANCY XMAS BOXES JUST IN. WE SELL CHOICE FRUITS AND ICE CREAM. The Maple Leaf Confectionery.. COALDALE BLOCK. pared admission 25 cents. j T. T. Faichnoy will speak at the Milk liiver school house Sunday j December at. 11 a. in. Sunday i school at 10 a. m. All are cordially! invited. I Track Prices-; Wheat Oats ttnrley' Flax 0. S.-Mitchell, druggist, has been named as Conservative candidate in Weyburn, for the Saskatchewan leg- islature. Tiic Quicker Von Get n Fnia Trial Pyramid Pile Treatment ilic Bet- ter. It Ja "Wlmt You Are Looking For. Dbn't'tallroperation. If you can't wait "for fl. .free trial of Pyramid Pile Treatment get a 50c box at any store and get relief now. If not near a :store aend -coupon for free trial package in plain wrapper. and get rid of Itching, bleeding- and protruding: piles, hemorrhoids .and rectal troubles. Take no substitute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DB-UG COMPANY. Pyramid Building., Marshall. Mich. Kindly send me a Free sample of rrmmltl Pile Treatment, in. plain wrapper. Name WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND THE ...DANCE... Friday Evening, Dec 15 In K. IV Hair UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BARBERS' UNION DANCING FROM 9 TILL 2. NEEDS' ORCHESTRA'IN Lunch Will Be Served Tickets Extra Lady, 50c. The Committee Reserves the to .the Floor. A percentage of net proceeds will be given to Sailors Reifef -Fund. of Lfiad "Bullion Ship- ped Prom Kootenays in Past Month (Special to the Hcrald) Fertile, Dec. States Consul this pore, has passed through liis the past montlrr-records ot seventy-five cars of lead bullion which is being shipped from Trail by the Consolidated Mines and Smelter company, oE that place, to the; East Chicago Refinery. AfteV the silver and gold values have been extracted, the lead is re- shippe'd to the Canadian munitions commission at Montreal, where it is distributed to the different" munition factories to be made into war muni- tion for use at the front. These seventy-five call's of bullion represent a total value of or per car. About a year ago, the territory of-the Fernie con- sular district was-enlarged so, as to take in Trail, Rossland and 'Green-, wood, which has thrown a great deal more business through the Fernie of- fice. During the calender year, 1915, there were iuvbices passed through the office, and up to date this year, there lias been a total of invoices passed by Consul Alger, of 2131. With all the improvements and ad- ditions that nave been added to the Consolidated plant at Trail, that in- stitution is not able to treat all the ores, that- are turned out in South Bast.. British Columbia, although the o.utnuttot the B. C. Copper Co., which was formerly sent1, over the line for smelter treatment and refining, jis now being treated, under contract at the Trail plant, and -that institution is, enlarging its refining capacity as fast'as possible in order to'take care pf practically all the output of the iiihes within railway reach of Trail. v The constantly increasing demand for copper and lead, resulting from the continuation of the European war, has placed the mining and 'smelting industries of British Columbia upon a Imsis which will mean a continua- Moil of-urosperity to that industry for a long time after peace has been declared, if not continually. Mining properties .which have laid idle and neglected for years, are be- ing looked prospective buyers, from Spokane and other places in tho United Scarcely a week has passed during the summer "when some party of these not been looking at some prospect In some- part of East Kootenay. The socalled. Liberal Purity Squad Will not opposo'Hon..jU. A. Macdonald in the Vancouver bye-election. Mrs. Mary Warden .Harkness, wi- dow of Charles W, Harkness, Stan- dard Oil millionaire, died at New I York less than twenty-four hours nf- Iter it had been officially "announced that-she was to receive of her husband's estate. wagon Prices Wheat Data 40 Harley 71 Flax LIVESTOCK "prllGcS Choice steers, 6 to fat cows to 6. Select-hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs.. 9y3. Choice killing wethers. S'i. Choir.e. killing ewes, APPOINTED VICAR London, Dec. B. V. Hoflge, rector at Orenfell, Sask., has been ap- pointed Kild- wick. Prohibition carried- in Saskatche- wan by No wet ma- jorities were recorded. What the Press Agents Say At StHi-lancl MILK RIVER NEWS (I-'i-wn Our Own CoiTesnoiHlenu 11 ilk -River, Dec. and Mrs. Joseph Coats of Minnesota are visit- ing with Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Coats and J. A. Jocliemand family. Mrs. Piersou-and little son from near Spokane, Wash., are visiting with C. B. Hollander and family. Alice Bruce has been spending a few days in Lethbridge. Paul Madfje, Jr., left last week for California where he will spend some time visiting relatives. Mr. Palmer and Miss Brown who have been teaching school here will leave before the holidays to elsewhere. Milk Hiver school will give an en- tertainment Thursday night December 21. A good program is being pre- AVinsome little Marguerite Clark will appear for the last times tonight at Starland in "Little Lady Eileen." one of the finest Paramount produc- tions that she has over appeared in. The huge crowd who witnessed the show last night were unanimous in pronouncing it one of the best ever seen in Lethhridge. Few of the so called war dramas of the present day possess as vide an appeal as "A Soldier's a Wm. Fox production, starring William Far- i num. which will he the feature for Friday and Saturday. The finest Christmas Present for ANY MusiCQ'Real Charm! Music, PERSONALLY RENDERED, is what the Player-Piano furnishes. The elusive charm of in- dividuality is in every performance. To get the utmost satisfaction a Player-Piano can offer, you should own a Mason Risch, a Henry Herbert, or a Homer Player-Piano, instruments de- signed with such consummate skill and built with such painstaking care that they ever uphold the name "Mason Risch" and all that the name im- plies, instruments which embody in surpassing measure all of those qualities that make ownership of a high-grade Player-Piano desirable. LET YOUR CHRISTMAS PLAYER-PIANO BE A MASON RISCH, A HENRY HERBERT OR A HOMER, A LUXURIOUS PRESENT, THE FINEST GIFT YOU COULD MAKE! YOU WILL BE VERY GLAD IN YEARS TO COME, THAT YOU HAVE MADE THE INVESTMENT. A SMALL CASH PAYMENT, takes it to your home any time you may desire. We will take your old piano in exchange and illow you every dollar it is worth! "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" Balmoral Block Lethbridge At The SUBMARINE PICTURES FOR THE LAST TIME i Those who have "not seen the marine pictures nt the Orpheum the-j atre should du so this evening, when j they will be shown for the last time. I These pictures were taken at great risk of life, and constitute seven reels; of thrills. The pictures cover every phase of life under the sea. and they are extremely educative as well as i entertaining. j Spots oa painted walls come you use OM butch Auction Sale At Wilson's Auction Rooms 429, 5tK St., South Tonight at 7.30 Dry Goods. Shofes, Small- wares, Etc. Terms Cash Terms Cash At the. Empress 'THE SOCIAL BUCCANEER" AT EMPRESS TOMORROW If there is anything in the theory that "befit- sellers make best i patrous of moving pictures are in line I for splendid entertainment when 'The SociarBuccaneer' is presented at the Empress theatre Friday and Satur- day in Bluebird features. Frederic S. Isharn's novel has been rated _mong the "best sellers" and for months the Bluebird series have been considered the "best plays" thus completing the lucky combination. J. j AVar.ren Kerrigan and Louise former individual stars of Bluebirds, will unite their talents in the forth- 'comiug "best-seller' best-play." Tonight for the last. time. Wm. Fa- persham in "The Eight of Way." Grocery Specitils i Phone 1766 20 Ib. Sack of B. C. Sugar and j one Ib. of Christmas Candies for 20 Ib. Sack of B. C, Sugar and one Ib. box of Fancy Xmas Chocolates. Reg. 75c., Both for................... 20 pound Sack of Sugar. One Ib. of any 45c Tea for Cranberries, 3 Ibs. for 25c Cooking Apples, 7 Ibs......25c Tapioca, 3 Ibs. for 25c Rolled Oats, 8 Ib. bag Creamery Butter, pe rib... 45c Crlsco, per tin 35c St. Charles Milk, 9 tins Bananas, dozen.......... 30c Oranges, per dozen, 30, 40, 50c Sockeye Salmon, 1 Ib. tin 25o Lemon and Orange Peel, 2 Ibs. for..................... 55c Seedless Raisins, per pkg... 15c Currants, 2 pkgs. for 35c Table Raisins, per Ib. pkg... 20c Comb Honey, each 25c Jam, Mixed with apple. -All flavors. Per 4 Ib. Prunes, 2 Ibs. for 25c Mixed Nuts, per ib. 25c Fancy Boxes of Chocolates, up from 25c Boys' Heavy Hose. Just arriv- ed. Pair 25c Khaki Handkerchiefs, 2 fgr 25c Boys' Lined Leather-Mitts, 45c Christmas Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes at 40, 60, 70, 90c DRY GOODS Ladies' Cashmere Hose, pr, Soe Infants' Wool Bootees, pair 20c Knitting Needles, 2 sets for 15c Black Saxony Wool. in England. Per skein 25c North Trading Co. 230 THIRTEENTH ST. N. One Door North of No. 2 Fire Hall GROCERY SPECIALS ARE ALSO GOOD AT SUPINA MERCANTILE CO. WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED. The Medicine Hat Amateur Oper- atic society, well known as a clever j group.of dramatic and operatic __ are coming to Lethbrldge on New; _ _" J; Year's Day to entertain the citizens! WAITRESS OWNS A MOTOR CA'R because ra ot their sister city with a presentation or the'comic opera, "Tom Jones." The society includes soine of Medicine St. Dora .Wilson prob- ably is the first waitress In St. Louis Hat's best Known residents they i to own a" motor car. are bringing with them a special Pull- man train on which at least 50 or GO visitors besides the 50 members' of the company will travel here. The presentation will be, given'at the Ma- jestic theatre on New -Year's after- noon and evening. XThe society have in past years put on some famous pro- ductions, and in an amazingly suc- cessful manner. Lethbridga people should isot miss the opportunity of seeing the production. "No, no, she said. didn't make it out of tips. Don't say that, v customers may stop tip- I need the tips for gaso- ping me line.1' v Miss Wilson startled her compan- ions when she drove .up in her motor car, and, after donning her apron, announced that the car was.her-own. PPRESC jut TONIGHT tl Metro Presents Sir Gilbert Parker's Greatest -Novel "The Right of Way" Featuring the Dramatic Actor, Wm_ Faversham !Star-Cast. Tomorrow, Bluebird, "The Social "DEEP DYED IRISH G." E. FLEMING LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARGUERITE CLARK IN "Little Lady Eileen" C. P. R, IRRIGATION PICTURES Only Two Shows will he given tonight at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS William Fai'iiiim in A SOLDIER'S OATH ORPHEUiyi TONIGHT Ifl LAST TIME A f The World Famous Submarine Pictures The Greatest of All. See the Man Eating Shark and the 1000 Wgnderi A' Positive Sensation. Come Early. Children 25c, Adults ;