Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FIVE BRONCHITIS -AND COUUI1S THAT IIUKT Cured by VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE Have you ever had that kind of ciillBli that strains your wliolc holly mid liurts so much. that you are iiCrnUI to coiiKh at It, Is dangerous, be- cause the excessive1 strain may cause some interim! displacement. Hut tillte Veno's Lightning Cough Cure mid tliu ilailKor is soon past. Veno'H rolluvna at once. Tho coii'gli becomes unite loose and is noon cured by this ineom- lia'rable remedy. Kvery cough yields to Velio's. Try it. Prices 30 oonis 'id wnts. fro'lil all rtriijsglsls and stores throughout Canada. Advert. TIIK LETHBIUDGIC DAILY iiKIUL-D DECEMHKK 22, 1916 Considerable interest Is being shown in the forthcoming engagement at the Mujestlc theatre on New Year's Day of the Medicine Hat Amateur Operatic Society, and much, appreciation is be- im; expressed locally'on I ho enterprise anil "good fellowship of the exponents of openilic work from Lethbrldite K sisler city. Mr. G. Herbert, who Is the business manager of the society, was in Hie city a few days ago com- pleting Uic necessary and slated at Unit time that Letli- brldgo citizens have a big surprise in store for them. Since Mr. Herberts I visit to L'etlibrlde'c. many people have 'been advised by friends residing- In Medicine Hal that the society will "ive performances which are equal lo the best travelling professional companies. A special train will carry the company from the Hat lo Leth- I bridge; and It is expected that Lcth- i bridge :will welcome at least a hun- dred visitors from the Hat alone on N'ew Year's Day. MdcrroaiTKirr-v of Siirnia, who w.xs j S. A. Armstrong, assistant, jlrovin- cxpeSto be a mayoralty candldraecial secretary of Ontario, has. been note of the enttnto allies to flreecu, which, according lo ilie understanding here, was presented today, includes, uayi Keillor's Telegram vompany. Hie following principal de- mands: i The control of lelcgraphs, liosts and railways Tlie release of Venizelisla prisoners The prohibition of meetings of re.servisls. and an imiuiry V by a mixed commission into the disturbances of December 1-2. iUiiP IN POULTRY SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL TAR The complete substitution of pi dered coal for oil tar'and producer jias in metallurgical and oilier fur- naces is foreseen by C. J. Gadd, cn- Stneer ot the American Iron Steel Company. His experience lias shown that -when slack coal Is dried, pul- verized .until 88. per cent, of it .will pass through a sieve of 200 meshes to the inch, and their'burned in the fur- nace, its combustion is completed while it is still in suspension, and it- yields a temperature as hicli as that obtained from producer gas. epeee this coming vear. drooped dead Tjies- appointed a member ot Hospitals Commission. ot the Dominion B. P. Tnson's black .Orpington cock was the best male bird In the poultry show here, wiiminK DVI.T all other en- the Hoard of Trade cup. em- blematic of tlic (sni'iil championship. Mr. Tiison also anneseil the It. A. cnn. qmbleinat.ii- of the cham- pionship in the female classes. Mis black Orpington hen won the for him. The winners of Hie chain pioliBhip cups were decided as fol- lows: Merchants Hank Cnn-llesl llarred Kocks, won by HOBS Wallace of Cal- gary. This is the second time .Mr. Wallace has won this cut., which now becomes his properly. The one absolutely satis- factory Christmas gift [ood selection of s a j You'll get a new idea cf how good soda biscuit can be, with Auditorium Rink BAND IX ATTENDANCE ICE IS IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE Admission: Adults, .25c. Children under 12, 16c Season Tickets: Gentlemen, Ladies, BAND MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY DURING oEASON Plain or.Salted. In Packages only Try our CQCOANUT They'are dainty and delicious for afternoon tea. Packages only. Hoard of Trade Best main in I show, won W E. P. Tuson, LcUlbridgc, with Black OrpiiiBton COCK. R 4 Wright female in won .by, B. P. Tnson with Black Orpington hen. I Holman pair R. C. Black Minorca, cockerel and nullet, A. D. Lothian. Lacombe. .Taylor male and female, any other variety. K. P. Tuson. Pagnnelo Cup-'-Best cock, cock- erel and pullet, S, c: White Leghorn, Nels Linden, Wetaskiwin. W. A. Buchanan cock, hen, cockerel and nullet in Asiatics, won by Perr.y-King. A.- D. Cummings best pair of, Cornish Game, A. K. Humphries. Dr. GalUvan Silver liest! cock, lien, cockerel and pullet, any; other variety than same, won by I Wcstbrook Bros., Lotlibrldse. j C.nt1 glass bov.-l donated by Presi- dent Westbrcok for best pair of Or- pingtons, won by B. P. Tuson, Letli- hridsc. I The show breaks today, many of the exhibitors sending their birds to Medicine Hat, where the Provincial Fair opens next week. North-West Biscuit Co., Limiterl EDMONTON ALTA. 6 CHRISTMAS DINNER SERVED FROM 12 A.M. TO 9 P.M. OYSTERS La-tern lined -with Bacon oOc Slewed in Cream, oac h I ei er Roa t on Toast oOc. Mill; Stew, 4.-.C. On Il-ilf Hiell lie Roasted on Half Shell, a la Moreno, ooc. in Grilm me Oyster Omelette, oOc. RELISHES V Miihovies In pure Olne Oil i ,c Caviar en ''Canape 40c> Celeis eiihnnchc "Oe Hothouse Tomatoes, 2oc; Crispiettuce Sliced bncumhers -Be, Toiiato en stiprise, 35c; Queen Olives, loc Dill I ickles, lac Mixed Pickles loc; Ripe Olives, loc SOUPS Chicken Okn Milnnaise Tomato Englaise, 20e Cream of Celery, 20 Consomme, 20c FISH Lake Superior White'Fish, a la Cardinal, 35c Fried Halibut Steak, Mornay, 3ac Boiled Alaska Salmon Steak, Normande, 35c Imported Sardines in Olive Oil, 35c Lobster a la Newburg, 50c BOILED Chicken Ovbtei Sauce 4 c Veil Tongue Sauce Piqinnt c. I ec ot South Down Ultton, Caper Sauce, Jac ENTREES Bi used Pilet Alignon, with Mushrooms, Stewed Chicken Paiijienne 4sc Smith Field Ham iMth spinach 40c Stiiffed Pork Tenderloin, Stanly, 50e 1 ncassee of Fowl i li indienne 4 c Lamb Chops, s-iute a la trianon, 4nc JOINTS bluffed lonug "Local Tnukei an C anbem bOc Suckling Pig Me Stuffed Cliiclien with jells oOc Fume Hihs of Beef Demi .We, Extra Cut, 50c Roast Duck with Fried COLD MEATS Beef. 2oc Pork, 35c COLD MEATS Mutton1, 3oc Chicken, Ham, :jOe Served with .Potato Salad VEGETABLES Mashed Potatoes or Steamed Stew Tomatoes with Dinner Caulifliwr In Cicam 20c Ciirden Peas )5c Stewed Co n 1> liima Beans in cream lie Succotash lie String B-ans 1 c SALADS Combination I0c I obatci Shrimp, 40c Fmit Salad, Whipped Cream, 40c Asparagus Viniagrete, 40c Commercial Special, PASTRY Assorted Pics. Jlle Krencn Cream, 15c Boston Cream, liie l-'rnit Cake, loc Banana Short Cake, Whipped Cream. rtim Pulls ''Oc C hocolate ICclairs, 20c DESSERTS Fruit .lelly, with Dinner or Mince Pie. F.nglish Plum Pudding, Brandy Sauce, lOc 'Vanilla Ice Cream, ir.e Banana on c'ombote, 35e Pineapple Fritters, Klace Sac CHEESE. x Canadian, liio MacLaron's Imperinl. ana Raisins, 2Sc Cafe Noir If desired we will serve a table dc hole dinner from this bill for at tables only. Caiidj Special For Tonight and Tomorrow Bon Eons Snow Balls Chocolates Our own make. Equal quan- tities' of these three delicious confections selling regularly at COe per !b. Special at 4Oc per Ib. We have pretty Xmas boxes of leading makes all priced moderately. The Maple Leaf Confectionery COALDALE BLOCK At the Theatres At the Enipi'ess That Bluebird Photoplays are ful- filling their announced determination to make "The Play's the Tiling" will lie demonstrated when "Love Never Dies" is -exhroited in that popular ser- ies at the Empress theatre tonight with P.iiffl Stonehouse, KinRsley Ben- edict and Frankiyn Farnum playing, the principal characters. Among the numerous beautiful productions Blue- bird has presented f JTove Never Dies" will be long remembered for! ciiioovUy of its plot, the beauties i They are the only records chosen by the world's greatest artists and should be chos- en by you who wish your gift to be esteem- ed for its intrinsic worth. lir sure. Look For "FTis Mnsici-'s Voice'' trade murk. It is vmi.r "'unviiiih'c and Here are some new records sure to please. Ton inch, double si-ded at ceil Is for the two selections: The Melody of My Dream Morton Harvey I'm Going Over the Hills to Virginia, 18151 M. Harvey Lillian Bavis- (Jeolli-ey O'Hara ISlfiO Make Von Want Me Davi.s-O'IIarii Ma Li'l Starlight Make Von W Babes in the Wood (Duet) At Starland A inncli-discussed and strikingly realistic feature will be shown at Starland tonight and ..tomorrow, .when Tlieda Bara will appear" In one of her greatest efforts Jewels of, the Many people have the idea that Miss Bara, as a vampire woman, is to be shunned, hut a prom- inent New York clergyman claims that she is a potent influence for good. This is the first occasion on which Starland's patrons have had an opportunity of seeing her act a vam- pire p_art. On Saturday afternoon the regular special program for the chil- dren till be shown and the proceeds of sales of all children's tickets will he given to the Christ- mas Tfowanl- MacdonoHgh 18172 Bachelor Girl and Boy Alice Green-R. Dixon Elsie Baker The Melody of Home -Tolin 'Barnes -Wells 18122 Hear'them at any "His Master's Voice" Be sure- lo gel ;i I'rei- copy of our -150 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over GOOD Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO., Limited 143 Lenoir Strfeet, Montreal DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST VICTOR IN CANApA LOOK FOR "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" TRADE MARK i His Master's Voice Lethbridge Dealers MASON R1SCH, LIMITED J. G. ROBERTSON CO. R.- A. WRIGHT At The Orplieum Tlie fifth episode of ''feg o' the Ring" will be shown at the Orphauni tonight and tomorrow. At the end of the fourth episode, we find Peg lociied in the circus-box in the burn- MB. FOKTY-ONE SAYS GOOD-BYE. A PRESENT For the Kiddies wi rn m-t fJt MJ Ju 'f Km HP m R Ji K -A m Absolutely' New-, lli.animals ana clowns to cut out and stand up. Circus tent ready to set np, Real Canadian flag' for top of tent. HOW TO GET IT.' Send 5 Royal .Crown Soap Coupon's (30-wrappers) or one coupon (G wrappers) and ;10c with your name and ad- dress and will send yon tliis by return mail. No wait- ,ing. Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd. ing tent, with her only'triend, Dr. Lund, Jr., unconscious near the bos. As we begin on the fifth episode; Dr. T.untl, Jr., regains consciousness, only! to find himself surrounded by the burning tent. Struggling to his feet, he looks for, a means of escape, and is about to make a try for the en- trance of the tent when he is attract- ed by the muffled'-cries of a woman, in distress. Daihousie" University lias gelect-d her seventh Rhodes Donald Gordon Macgregor, son of the late Rev. Daniel -MacQregor, of Amherst. 10 and 15 "The House .of fifth lhapter of "Peg.O' Rina." PHOTO-PLAYS R. R.-E -S '.B. EMPRESS TONIGHT "Love Romance of the Stage A Inspired by Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" With Ruth Stone- house, Franklyn Farnum, Kingsley Benedict and a Select Company of Photqplayers. Beautiful Photo- graphy, Brilliant Acting and Per- fect Production. "It's a Bluebird" Around tlie handle of a. new brella is a soft rubber ring that holts, the ends of the ribs firmly anl neatly Chorus of yearns. Indlsperaables (from the right side Bi. the j from the London Daily Mail. "UU.H.E, THE CANDY CUT oW-Riel Pathe Comedy SPECIAL ATTRACTION', FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS THE GREAT VAMPIRE ACTRESS Thcda Kara.in "The Jewels of the Madonna" There will also be the special Children's Program. Saturday "and the proceeds from .the sale of children's tickets on Saturday afternoon aM go to "The Goodfellows' Christmas Fund." CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK KILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK auppHei .from individual cows that hava the tubercular by the .govern-, msnt vsicrinarian. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S.