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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAS', DKCKMBKK 20, LETIirmiDC.E DAILY IIUitAIJ.) PAGE FIVE At the Theatres At the Euuirestt Meredith, tlio cliiirmins HI'10 IIIIK WL'ii so many Hiiccesuc.s oil Ihu legitimate KliiBi! will ajiwir nt (lie Kiin'i-tiss tlieiitrti tonight UK co-star witii Hamilton Jlovollo, culebrntcd lOllftlisli actor Kneiiiy to Soci- a plclurlziitioti of (iiOTgo Broil- son Howard's tlirilllni; romance of the same name, whidi Ims been made into il five act film by .Metro. "An Hneiiiy to Society" iiortraya tlio mruBBiu ltobi" Frederick choked Miss Chambers, and has been brouKlil uii from childhood threw 'bur to tile floor so violently, to believe that It is right to rob from that tlio latter lax- gasping lifter tlm'tlie rich in order to give to the poor. At Starland I'l'.iiliiie commonly known In tlio flint world as Fredork'k the Great, has played iijiiny and vuricil but Hi "The Wonmn In lliu which comes to Slarlaiul io- niKlit and 'tomorrow, she cliosc Ilie i-olo of tlio faithful wife In preference to the vampii'e pjn't, wliich is ably taken by Marie Chambers, hi the taking of this sreat Paramount pic- ture, one scene of which silows a le between the two women, Miss was I'iniBhod, and "slits tinned out. A good wllMK iiliown on tliQ1 same m'uBnim. Auditorium Rink Opens (Thursday) BAND IN ATTENDANCE; ICE IS-IN'FIRST CLASS SHAPE Admission: Adults, 25c. ''Children "15c Season Gentlemen, Ladies, BAND MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY DURING REASON January, 2nd 1917 January 4th 1917 Soldier's: Commencing with .the New Year Term -we are making a reduc- tion of per month from :'oiir tli all those who'-are dependent 'on a father or broth'sr at the front or in ti lining 'D; this plan nij student is enabled' to pay.'for the coat, of tuition from his or 'her earnings Full particulars on application r. Deinand DuriilK tlie past lenn-s miuioer o[ students.have left-our. school to accept positions before they had reached GTadua.tid.il Standard, and f-vcn then we cotiJi not fill 'the calls for help.. The College Ottice'Wilt be open every afternoon during the Holidaxb from l to Gill write or phone-for'information. 'Garbutt 411 Eighth Street South, Lethbridge-. Office Phone 1315 A My FISHER, ftesidencej'Phbjie 1531- Principal Thursday, Fri. and Sat. Evenings COMMENCING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK In Old Stand, Third AA eime S. FRANK WADDINGTON HAS RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT OF MEKCIIAjVDISE to'sell absolutely without reserve; the. stock 'including Plated Safety Razors, .Aluminum Ware, F.ancy Goods, i Pictures, About 50 pairs Soots and ABOUT-8000 HAVANA CIGARS In Qoxeb of Fifty Each "and Many Other Items. Fire! Fire! Also included in This Sale, Quantity of. Chocolates, etc. Salvaged the fire at Cotaras' Brothers. Goods in perfect condition. Containers only damaged. THE BARGAIN EVENT OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE: London, Dec. Redmond, in the course of the (tolmlu yesterday said that whuii war hroke out and Ire- land was round for the first time in "liis.tory on tliu side ol the empire tN; efl'ecl was instantaneous. All tlie world Irishmen in the yreat Do- minions, in some- cases.grandsons of IriHlimcn' flocked in thousands to "I Ixdicve I am lie said, "in. stntliif; that at least one-quarter of all tiie troojis you have sot from .lite do- Irishmen, .sons of Irish- men or of Irish blood. They were told at the commencement of the war that Irish rights had been conceded and they flocked uugerly and proudly to ttie tlbfence of the emp'ru. Now, 1 usk, can anyone really measure tlie incalculable .value -.vhich all this was to this country in her energy and can one value the incalculable injury to the highest interests of this cour.t-y, which has followed from the unfor- I tunatc change in reference to Ireland. I effect already from-what has1 I is plain to the whole world, adsolute disappearance of enthusiasm Ironi'tlie in Ireland, the strength- ening of' all.anti-British forces there, the ulumi) iii recruiting, the profound disappointment and resentment in cv- ,ery dominion across .the seas. I say in thc; lireseijce.of men upon both'TronVbe'nches tlie absolute truth of my statement.- Profound resentment and disappoint- ment in every one of tlie dominions is evident in a hundred ways, in their I press, in the dwindling recruiting, in Canada and Australia and elsewhere, and in the defeat of referendum pro- posals in Australia, and is evidenced in the most alarming way of all, per- haps, by the change in public opinion in America." Winnipeg, closed 5% cents lower Tor December, down for May. Oals were down for December and for May. Bar- ley watJ 2 cents lower for both Decem- ber and May. l-'iax was down for December and tc down for May. Minneapolis wheat wan lower for December, down for May and 3c down for July. HuctnaUons in Win- nipeg were and Nervousness was ilie feature, uf the market today, when wheat broke on tlio receipt of press notices that Ger- man-peace-proposals would-be renew- ed. The sentiment in the morning was bearish, with the recent advances dla- 1 counting most of the recent news. A big increase in the visible supply be- gan the decline, which took hold of WinnineK first with American rmir- j kcts following. The volume of trade was only fair. The low grades of wheat were in good demand, while the first grades showed no interest. Deliveries were fair. Oats were in good demand at tinchautred premiums. Barley was fair, flax dull. will be easily relieved by takinr a spoonful of I after each meal. :.It fortifies the throat and chest while it ,enricheg-th'e bjpod to griprje, bron- chitis .and even pneu- monia. Scott's is well worth1 insisting upon. Scott Scllownci'ToroiUo, Out, IK-M study' is' bast aecpmpiis.hed 'by. a prompt continued appli- not. now1 and then, but throughout' tlio entire teaching- Leo. M. Coombs Voice, Piano, .Harmony Lethbridge Conservatory v of Music. FUTURES Dec. 3M% 163% May 173% l69Vi Dee............. 53% May___......... 57% Flax- Dec............. 256 May...... 'MS 2C7 Dec.....V; 169% 168% May...... 174M 169% July 1G8V2 Dec............. 1S3 Mav...... 165% W2 July 140 135% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No 1 Nor...164 No. 2 Nor...160% No. 3 Nor...155% No. 4 Nor...143% No 5 No. 6 Nor... 88% 85 Oats- No. 2 C. W.. 51 No. 3 C. W.. 48% Extra 1 Feed 48% 1 Feed 46% 2 Feed 45ys No. 3...... 92 No. 4 S7 Rejected and Feed 70 No. 1 N. W. C............... 256 No 2 C. W................... 253 No. 3 C. W.................. 235 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Prices Track Prices Wheat .'v il4S% Oats 42% Barley Plax wagon Prices Wheat .....139 Oats 37 Barley 66 Flax .......221 LIVESTOCK PrtlCES Choice steers, G to fat cows to G. _ Select hogs, 150 to 200 IDS., SVa- -CLoice killing wethers, Choice killing ewes, CITY AND DISTRICT Rlnit to Open Auditorium rink opens tomor- row (Thursday) night. Dpesot Look Bright At'last night's .meeting of the Board Trade, 'President. Marnoch stated, in connection Vith the construction of i.he Turin line, that it did not look bright for: railway construction since rails' are being torn up nW on Cana- dian "railways and sent ..to France. TONIGHT AN ENEMY TO'SOCIETY Featuring Lois Meredith, the fam- ous'ftrlma donna of, Madame Sherry PIPES THE PIPPINS" One Real Pathe Comedy r The Celebrated Dramatic Star Pauline Frederick in tlie Case Candy Special Thursday Friday Saturday Bon Rons v Snow Balls Our own make. Ekual email- fflies of thes.e three delicious ..confections- selling regularly at 60c, per Ib. Special at 4Oc per Ib. We have pretty Xmas boxes oE leading makes all priced moderately. The Maple Leaf Confectionery COALDALE BLOCK Death .of Grassy Lake Lady Dropsy was the cause of the deatb. on Tuesday of Mrs. Emily Cox, aged 77. who had lived for a number of 5ears her so i Edward Cox, near Giassj I ?ke The funeral will be held in Grassy Lake tomorrow. cuneral of Mrs. Tile funeral of Mrs. L. F. Bonnell, who died on .Friday .night, was held yesterday from the family residence with Rev. W. F. Burns, aastor of Knox church, officiating. The pail-bearers were Messrs. B. Smith, Gco. Kerr, D. 'McNabb, E. Ainsworth. C. B. Furman and Hyssop. Many floral tributes covered .the casket. Interment was in the public eemeterv A large num- ber of friends .from the city and, out- side "districts.were'present at tbe ser- vices. CHRISTMAS MUSIC on Victor Records Christmas is not Christmas withfeut started with music and has so continued. .Suitable Christinas-music-is. 1'o-uiid'pii Victor..Records and is all .music of nieril. Xo.morc.aeccptaljlc Christ- inas gil't can be' found.'l-h'an ...a good selection of Victor Ilecords. Here a IT. sonic ten inch, double-sided Victor Records at 90 cents for the i -wo -selections-: 'Beautiful Valley of Efleu, Mr. Wheeler The New Born King- tliunilton Hill Oh Come, All Ye Faithful (with Chimes) Trinity Choir Joy to the World Trinity Choir 169% Christmas on a Troopship, Harrington Scott Christmas iu Action Harrington Scott 12030J) A FEW LATE KED SEALS All Through the Night Geraldine Farrar 8725i Giovanni "JoM McCormack 74484 Minuet in G (2) Gavotte in D (violin) Eli-em Zimbalist 74444 Hear them at "His Master's Voice" dealers' Be sure to get u free- copy: of oitr '150; page Musical Encyclopedia lisliiig'over .0000 Victor Records. BERLINEPx GRAM-O-PHONE CO., Limited 143 Lenoir Street, Montreal 1 DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY ONE PRICE FROM COAST VICTOR IN CANADA LOOK FOR "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" _______ _ iTRADE MARK His Master? Voice V Lethbridge Dealers MASON R1SCH, LIMITED J. G. ROBERTSON CO. R. A. WRIGHT Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine call ror full name iiAXXlttVB.'BROMO'QUININE, took for signature of B. W..SHOVE. Cures a cold in. one dayr25c: and are the cause of the most of the ailments that afflict human beings. Too much indiges- I tible food and lack of power to throw off the poisons that come from indigestion lead to a long line of distressing disorders. Avoid them by eating Shredded Wheat a simple, elemental food'that contains all the body-build- ing material in the whole wheat grain, including the bran coat .Which keeps-the intestinal tract healthy and clean. Delicious for any meal in combination with Sliced peaches or other fruits. Made in Canada Elks Meeting Lethbrldge bodge No. 37, B.P.O. Elks will meet in their club rooms, Alberta block at 8 p.m., December 21. Election of officers will take place ana Br'o. A. M. Grace will be present- ed with official notification of his ap- pointment as a grand trustee of the Brand Lodge. All members are re- qiiestecl to make special effort to be present. Complain of Traffic At last night's 'meeting of the -ooard of trade a..letter was received from t'.ie secretary, of the' Women's .Civic Club complaining'that traffic regula- tions are not being ask- ing that.action'be taken.' was -referred to the city commission- ers. .-The complaint reCerfed more particuiariy to -auto drivers. 'r; Leavitf Girl 'Dead Today the death took, place "in the Gait Hospital following an attack of appendicitis, of Ellna1 Brpadbent, the ten-ycar-oW daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. C. F. Broadbent of Leavltt, Alta. Mr. Broadbent is a well known farmer in that, district. The remains were sent this afternoon from Fetterly's' parlors to Leavitt for Red Grots Notet Will all those having donations for the Red Cross sale tomorrow kindly leave the same at the Standard Fur- niture Co s former store tonight. There will-be a committee there to receive them between'-7.30 and 9 o'clock Donations for the pantry table will be received up la 2 oclock on Thursday AH goods will 6c verv reasonably, marked. 'i BIRTHS- Mr and Mrs T J. Simons on Deo. 20th. a son, UThonlas Done His Bjt ,15. A. who enlisted, bul Ihrongh sickness was declared medi- cally unfit before reaching the front, has again opened up at 1101 4th Ave. N, in hia slolgh and pulley-making business. ANNOUNCEMENT Gospel meetings will be held in B.urgniann's ball commericing Thurs- day, Dec. 21st-at. 7.30 Services, will be conducted b} Mr Miller, Evan gelist. Bverj body welcome _ 94 ANNOUNCEMENT The'First Baptist a Chustmas tree and entertainment Friday evening, Dec. 22hd. The ohil. dien will give White Gifts t o-tha aid to .-the Children's .-SheltBr. What about the Belgian Child rcns Christinas? ..l to give the children of our Aliy.'lhe kind of a Christmu that our own, little1 one? with Sinta Claus and toys and candy.' Thejr'have given up of that till after the war. It is simply" a" call for for enough bread and soup to stop the of hunger that dreds ol them day. The cost of moderate size of two ot three boxes of of one ol the many presents we' have formed the habit of giving to those, who do not need them, will feed a Belgian family a whole month Don't you think the money will do more good if this year you .give -some of it to the Belgian Relief Fund? will it not be more pleasing to Him birth we celebrate? Send your contribution weekly, monthly or in one lump turn v to Local or Provincial Committees, pi SEND CHftJUES MYASL6 TO TREASURER i RclrdTund St. Peter StMtt, Montmil, W The Greatest Relief Work in History. Communications may be scnl'to Mr. W. A. Buchanan, Chairman, Bclginu CojnmiUee, Lethbridge, ;