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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1917 THE LETlinmnOE DAILY HERALD PAGE FFVK FIRST ONE ACROSS Quebec. Dei- ts nftic'ally uu-1 I iiouiiretl that the first iiasscueor train to truss tlio Quebec bridge will be 1. 11. local train trom Quebec tg Montreal, leavluB Quebec January C. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooraj. 121-122 New P. IIuru3 Building. Corner 8th AVB. mil 2ml St Kaat. Calgary. OUleo Phono MSSIS Residence Thoiio i12077 lulerno atU Hoiso Surgeon. Manhattan Eye. Kar. and Throat llosi.inl New YorkUUy 1911-1914. Speclalilt to Calgary Schcol Board 274Z1 PIANOS STEINWAY. NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES DROS. These pianos are found In the most exclusive homes. They are made of the ffreil xnd best materials procurable and by the most skilled work men. Styles and fir I tea to everyone. Corns In and see them. Asshiiboia Music Co., Lid. "Everything Musical" 316 6th St. S. Phone 1543 Remember the-Addrew Church To lie Opposed Hy Con- troller Can- didates Hoard Control Toronto. Dec. nominations for the municipal ejections took place r.t noon todays. The result Is''that for Ihu mayoralty there arc but twu In llio Hold, Mayor Thomas L. Church, who te opposed for the mayoralty chair Controller Ft. H. Cameron. Harry WJnberg, the Sociafst candEd- ate, decided 901 to come out and JIaJor wliu hat! beert announced as a soldier candidate also balked. There are ten candidates for the four sittts In the board of control. Hamilton Elections. Hamilton. Ont., Dec. Goodenough Hooker, mayor of Hamll ton was re-elected today by acclama- tion for a second term. W. J. Kills, was also returned to the Hydro Board hy acclamation. Bis men were nominated for the board of control it IK understood tliat two of them will withdraw and that the entire council will he returned by acclamation. I In London I London, Ont., will liavc a three-cornered mayoralty fichl th'a year, C. It. Some rv] He, iHoveiiEon and Dr. It, Sliaiv, all There arc a large number [con lest Ing. for the board of Completely Bestorcii To Health 382 Si. VALIEK ST., MO.VTORAL. "In 1912, I was taken suddenly ill with Acute Tivuble and dropped in the street. I was treated by several physicians for cvarly two 3'ears, and my weighi dropped from pounds to ICO Thco severe! of lay frieuds advised mo loin- "I'rutt- Ifjan to imprjie almost with the aud by them, J recovered from the distressing Stomach Trouble aud all unin and Constipation Xow weigh 2CS pounds. I cauuot praise "l-'ruit- 8-tivcd" 11. WHITMAN'. 50c. lioj, fi for J2.DO, trial site, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpiiilhy Fruit- ft-tires IJmUcd. Ottawa. OTT'S At7TO LIVERY Day Phone 1444, Night Phono 787 MACK1E SAFE Edmonton, Dec. of the 1S1 polls in East Edmonton federal riding, returns have been received from all hut 24, and 11. A. Mackic has now a safe majority bt 793. The total vote to date is: Mackle, Un- ionist, 4.400; May, Liberal, BOB'S AUfO LIVERY Cioaed and heated cart for city country trips. Hospital oils c specialty. STAIID, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Go to Ed. Kennedy's For Cigars In boxes of 10 to 25 For Cigarettes In boxec 50 to 100 For Chocolates In boxet of va'rlouc xizec. 11-3 AT STARLANI) As a attraction at Ktarland lonlght, tomorrow and Wednesday. -Manager FleinioK announces Douglas Fairbanks in bin new Artcraft pic- ture, "Down to Eartli." wriltep. by lilro- sell adapted to( ttie screen by clev- er little Anita Loos, Jolin L'morson, producer ot previous Fairbanks-Art- explains the uhole affair to her f ither and tile village, Lucy's name si clear- ed, atid Uave aud Lucy KO out "j lojk at the stars. Gloria's Homanco anil comeily compltle u siilendia holiday program. AT TUB .MAJKSTtO Starting the week, with tonight's in five acts, 'The Merchant or V lee." whli Mr. Kellerd as Sliylock. Tomorrow night, Htiakes- peare's tragedy la five ads. HHUMSim IN 1 LEAD I ERSEAI Calgary, Dec. Hirer riding electoral returns arc coming very slowly, but according lo a telegram received Monday afternoon from Drumheller, (ho returns collated at the Liberal dull there five the following figures: ]22 polls out of 175 give Oalbraith tlic non-riartlsan 1062; Jesse Gouge. Liberal, H. Hnlliciay, .Unionist, A later telegram from Hunna paid that 131 polling stations haj been heard from giving Ilalllday a majority of 259 votes. proucer o prevous Fairbanks-Art- Starting the week, with cratt triumphs, again pilots (he performance, avtor John llvilics o! tlie cnergelic slar In this K. Kellurd, supporter! liy his owi com- product "on with notable results. In j paiiy ot j-rl- tecl, It is predicted that "IJownhsts. w'll orebtr-t' the of lo Karth" Is undoubtedly ihe greatest! Kliakesptarc-'s plays: Tnnisht, striken- Fairbanks screen vehlclf ever Kiven j pearcs Tragedy In live a: is "Hamlet" the popular ftar. Hie reason for this, with Mr. Kelltnl as "Hamlet. ITin.-c no doubt, being the fact that he wrote I of Denmark." Tomorrow (Christmas It himself. Incidentally adding to Ms Dav) matinee. Shakespeare's t-omcdy accomplishments as an autlmr. The story of (ho photoplay tells of a pVal American youth whose "wan- derlust" and Ideas of living close to nature arn not In accord with the day n glit, Shakespeare's views of .life assumed by his sweet- tragedy five acts, with Mr. Kellerd heart, an ambitious society as Othello. "Olhello" will conclude Bridge, parties, inalluee dances, tea Mr. Kellcrd's engagement in I.ctu- parties and sumptuous dinners are the bridge. Important (actors In ttie pretty girl's W.th reference to -Mr. Kollcrd's art. social career and these occupy too] at tills Juncture it may be much of her time for that his interpretations of the various amidst God's country in tho great out- Shakespearian roles are considered !.y doors. How the persistent youth critics the world over to be the finest lakes her away from her surroundings in the L story of the stage, this being and ivins her over lo his way of think- especially true of his "Hamlet" which ing despite herself offers one of the will be offered tonight. Jlo has the most amusing tonics the screen lias distinction of playing "Hamlet" in yet displayed. .Many climes ore vis- New York city at Ihe Harris Theatre tlerl and many surprises arc presented for 102 nights, the longest run ever in typical Fairbanks style, ranging In credited a Shakespearian actor in variety from doing a handstand on a New York. Intending patrons are re- mountain precipice S.OI30 feet above __ sea level lo teaching a hippopotamus the famous Fairbanks smile. si'cctfully asked to be in (heir seats S M owirg to the of liiu i'lay. for all four art.- uosv selling at the box office. On Thursday nnl Friday of this woeh. the Majestic sripc will be filled with one en' crkhtosl, ?i farce coniciliei svitk luusic scrn here for some time, this being ''Oh UUI." styled funniest play on cariii." The particular bright star ol "Oh on It's Canadian tour James IJlu'iie, Canada's most pop'jlnr lisrln comedian. Uonald Gray, tho popular urother, who has just returned from college, and is madly In love with Lucy. Finally Barker comes to the village on a visit to a friend. He meets Sadie Ih'ere, finds that he still loves her, aud begs her (o return! Then she COAL FOR SALE ..By DOWSLEV LAND-AUtNCY PHONE 1809 1 FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Pnces to F. 0. Hyde Co. Phons 1244 Lethbrldge Ford Enoines REBOREDAND REAMED AND FITTED 'WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE .SATISFACTION. 2t6 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 NIVEN BROS. Flrrt Ave. BRAYING Phono 1M6 or UM Turner Witchell it Klnnto'y'l 410 Utft AUCTIONEERS We wish lo announce that Peter LeValley and U 1. Nichol- son have consolidated their In- terests na tiuclJoneors and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. Tho beat of workman- ship and satisfaction guaranteed or no For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours-for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctfonetrr Toronto, Dec. X. Ilowell handed out tho following statement today in reference lo tho government's prohibition regulations: Iiavu been received by (he government in reference to (he meaning of the expression '2 1-2 cent, alcohol' la the slbtcmont of the prirae minfslet1 on Saturday. In de- termining the percentage of alcoholic content which shall be deemed in- toxicating, the government has adopt- ed the standard already fiied by the legislation of Ontario and the western provinces. "The alcoholic contents is therefore 2.1-2 per cent, prbof spirits. To fix any other standard would create greal confusion in the administration of the IAW. A morning paper report said lhal the manufacture iu Ontario of' four per cent beer would be legal under the ncvr regulations. AUTO LIVERY FROM THE BUOU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS ONLY. DAY OR NIGHT NO HILL TOO STEEP, HOH SNOW TO DEEP FOR THE MITCHELL Wes'ey T. Flyhn 'Phone 1750 Auction Sale OF Mares and Geldings on Thursday, December 27 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE 21 head ol Mares and Geldings from 3 to 8 years Old Iron 1601 to ISMIbs. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Calgary, Dec. Tail Hun ler, 410 Rosed.ilc Cresr.ent, a promin ent Calvary citizen, was kijlecl In an accident one mile south o: Aldersyde on Saturday evening ahoul 5 o'clock. Death vpas almost fnat.in taneous. Mr. Hunter has been conducting an Implement business in Claresholm With his son Elbtcd anil J. Lewis he started from Clarssholra In the morn Ine (o spend Chriilmas with his fam Hy In Calgary. They had proceeilci uneventfully until nearing and were proceeding al a moderate j rato of speed. Elbred Hunter was driving the car struck a lump ot ico and skidded j and without warning turned turtle completely. It lurnM. a complete som- .ersault, and when righted was facing the south. Yonng'-IIuiitvr was Quite unhurt and so was Lewis. seen at onee-tbat Sir. Hunter was very bad- ly hurt. He was REARING FURCE-COMEDY WITH AND GIRLS THE FUNNIEST PLAY ON LAUGH A SECOND FOR TWO HOURS ANO A HALF. UPROARIOUS A MOTION PICTURE. NOW ON ITS ENORMOUSLY SUCCESSFUL TRANSCONTINENT- AL TOUR. LAUGHS- ROARS-SCREAMS -YELLS PRICES: 75c, 50c NEXT SATURDAY, DEC. 29 MATINEE AND NIGHT BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE McOONALD ACAO. EMY WILL BE PRESENTED THE MCDONALD ROYAL ENTERTAINERS PROORAM OF SINGING, DANCING, MOM- DRAMATIC- HEADINGS, AND SHORT THE MOST ENJOYABLE AND VERSATILE PERFORMANCE OF trs KINO ON TOUR PAST RECORD INCLUDES A COMMAND PERFORMANCE BE- FORE HIS EXCELLENCY, THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE PRICES ATTUOWm THIS WEEK ATTUCIM ffMTK ;