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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, D'KCEMBER 20, I'JIB THE LKTIlBKlDGr. PAGE F1VHJ Countless Women that When suffering from nervousness, sick headache, dizzy spells and ailments peculiar to their nothihgaffordspuch prompt and welcome relief, as will follow a few doses of BEECHAM'S PILLS A proven Women's remedy, which assists in regulating the organs, and re-establishing healthy conditions. Beecham's Pills contain no habit-forming leave no disagreeable after-effects. They are Nature's aid to better Health Good Old Home-Made Family Cough Remedy U you cpmblned tlie tlea of every known "rndy-qade" (Special to the Herald) B. 0., Dec, body John Gonylak, man who was hilled duripg the big bumping period which occurred some time ago In No. 1 East mine of the Coal Creek mines of the Cro-ff'R. Nest Pass Coal com- pany, recovered on Saturday morning and brought to Fernie, the f.uneral taking place yesterday. He was apparently killed instantly. The'Christmas season was observed with the .usual, .festivities, no eitqn- sive celebrations, however, butng in- dulged In. Weather, though of the rero variety, wa> bright and clear.and the most excellent, many people taking advantage of such con- ditionfl for ail 'dutlag At Morrlssey internment interned prisoners were" treating themselves to, a' Ghrlatnma feast' sup- plied by friends from outside point? and by giving, a .concert of most ex- cellent character, many of the In- terna being; particularly; good inusl- ciana, .The guards. oC the camp were also enjoying the Christmas season, having been supplied for the occasion by the gore ram cat. The city extended .Ite.bogpitaiity to a gentleman at the C.P.R.. depot.last night where undertaking to make a1 get-a-way after .haying .seri- ously injured Aler, .Watson, a mell known int-Ai employee of tjia pro- vincial government, Uy breaking hla leg In scrimmage in the Waldorf hotel last night. Mr. Watson is rest- ir.g and while the ar rested man may not feeling as comfortable aa Watson, his condition is Deing maao to conform to the son insofar as: the city police -depart- ment can do so. Ottuwa, Dei-. 24. T.liii board lias glvort Judsmeiit'In.'the case of the railways (or an luoreaae In charsuB from to t4 for each S4 Uoiirs a CM' IE held by u shlppar, aiid" also asking that the additional treo time beyond 48 hours i ftiithprlzod .undeJ'. certain conditions Om oancelleu. 'in ltn Judu- ment the boal-d. suspends tho exist- ing car Bervioe rules In tbolr entirety (rom January 1, 1917, to .April 1917, end provides new 'rules, which are, la part, as follows i "When oars are held under 'load or awaiting Ipids. beyond tho free time alloiyed by rule 3 HH hours) for any reason for .which .the consignee 'or shipper is responsible, the following tolls frfr each day, of 24 hours, or any part thereof, shall be charged to and paid by tho conslisee or other party responsible- thereof, la addition to all other tolls pay- able In respect'to the goods carried or to be carried, In or on such oar, namely: For the first day, Jl; sec- ond day, third day; fourth and each succeeding day, Forty-eight hours' free time will ho allowed for loading', or'unloading, all commodities before the foregoing rates come into effect. "If wet or inclement feather ren- ders loading or unloading- Impractic- able during business or expos- es the goods to the time al- lowance shall "be' so as to givo the full free time1 rof suitable weather. In the portion' of Canada In which the Canada Grain apt pre- scribes a specified time for loading grain, loading will be governed by the aeL' If the destination o'OT car IB not a port of entry, 48 hpjirs i'.ylll be al- lowei for clearance of customs outside point of entry. days' free time will be allowed-at Montreal and at tidewater ports for unloading lumber and hay for export. MILAD PHONE remedy, you would hanjlv have In them ill the curative power that lice In thla Agues Hobertaou left yester- elhiplc "home-made" which fay apeiiit tlio liolldaya with her takes only ft few mlnutiw to prepare. -jjr. Baltics at Milk River. Get from any drujuiiflt ouppes of M k of KH.ey. I. spend- granulated BURtir eymp.' Tim total cost: ing tbo holiday seanon with winter. granulate-. IB about 54 cents and (jives Jou, 15 ounces oi rcailv better couch wrap you could buy ready-made for JJZ.fiO. Tastes pleasant and never spoils.----- This I'inex aiid sucar prepura- tlon gets riKlit at the cause of a oqueh. cud gives almost immediate relief. It loosens the. stops the nasty threat tickle end heals the core, irri- tated membranes that line tlie' thnmt, chest and bronchial tubes, BO and easily that it io really aptomijhinK. A day's uae will usually overcome the ordinary couch and ly ov for broncmtiB, ordinary aim ior oi uncuitm.. croup, whoopuiji coutrh bronchial asthma., there IB nothing better. Pinox ia a moat valuable compound of genuine .pirie, tract, combined puaincol httt been used for ceneratipna W up ievere couchi. To tToid ditappoifitmeffi, w'fure-tO' aik your drueelvt for "2% of Plnex" with full A. G. 4ir. and Mfo. George Mitclibll. How Island, lei't today to spend winter iu California. ol Mr. UuBaell Allen han gone to Kin- murk, N. U.. to two MtUheulu childroji's party will he, held tomorrow thri'o o'c-luclt in (by Y. M. C. A. 'Mr. JU'eH Snng of JJayiie's Lake, B.C., in spending a fp-w days with hie par- butts ami 31 ru. It. B. Sung. Mr. J. MasH-uan. oi' the Hank of Commerce, in Tuber, '-spent (he Clirlstrmia weekend lit the city. Ill1, and Mre. .1. U. Robertson spe-.it CHrlstniRH with friends in Medicine Mr. aiertuu Dow-sett or is On Wednesday afternoon Uic i-iasa- of Fliieiwooit held v. uniicd tlie j concert in the auditorium. .It wux jahly preaitlt'd over hy gnuidfathor of the school, Canon McMilloii. Or cat Interent was yhowu by tliy who turned out in niirnhtrs iimu on ureviuus uccnyioiiK, Kifty- ttve adult vipitors heinu prfiKt-nt. not to mcntioa the ivee tots who cume along.'The program WJIK pei'liaps bet- ter than on former occasions. There were throe good drills, n dumb-bull drill by Bramjow's boys boiiig; done-in-Krand style. Tlun-o were the UKual- number of recitations 1'roni all grades' 'but Freddie .Mackie, a wee Ilighluntier. took the cake, A school epenttlnj tew day. with fate parents, bsolute satisfaction or money prompt- ..NIr. and Mrs. Dowsett. BIG STORM -PLAYS HAVOC IN fORONTO Toronto, snow storni of Friday and tho unprecedented Christmas rush, played oc Uh the Irahv schedules yesterday and to- is -.estimated that fully 000 people passed .through, the Union etation. Traias were stopped far out Jn the passengers advised to disembark -there and make their to the street car lines Don't Suffer From Piles 1 f OT Trial Treatmtnt No mutter Iipw lony or bow yotir drafful t today and ijtet a nO cent box ot Pynmld Pile Treulmeut. It TU tnm Sheb TH.I. will relief, and ft slnnle box o ton sum. A trlnl MCkencinlletl 'no In wrmf p.r U you MS J M coo Name Street. II KILLED Iv refunded, goes with this preparation. Tne Pinei Toronto, Ont. Japanese actor. Seaaue will appear in "The Honourable Friend." At the Majestic Next Saturday, Dec. 30th is the date of the nest Majestic attraction. Au elaborate presentation of the greatest and best of all emotional dramas "East Lynne1' presented by an excellent company and complete scenic equipment. In "Bast bynne" is offered a play that haa been demanded by the pub- lic for a long time. It is a story that appeals to every man, woman aiiil child. It creates a true and sympa- thetic feeling for the weaker aex and carries a moral that strikes home to j Mrs. Geo. lugham, of litmsra.il, is visiting her parents Mn. ami Mrs. Dovsett. itr. Archie Morris, ol' Calgary, Spent the wetk end at the home of Mr. C. K. Morris. JUiss Claire Patrick spent ihe Yuletide holiday with her mother and slfltprB in the city. Mr, aijd "Mrs. B'red Kinney and ch.IWi'en, of eMdicine Hat, are visit- ing Mr. Kinney's sinter, MR1- every one. A play for your father, your your 'sweetheart, your children, your mother, your wife. It goes home, to every heart and v-'ill -live when all others are forgotten. At The At the Orpheutn tonight a good mix- ed program of pictures will be shown. For tomorrow a Red Feather feature, "Under will be shown. Tofleld, Alta.t Dec. killed and a third so severely injured hl8 chances of recovery are poor, about o'clock this morning in the local G 1 yarda when a handcar being propelled by the (no was struck i by a switch engine. .The nien, who were all section proceeding along the track with theii handcar ai a fatr rate of speed with their backs against the wind Tt was snowing hard and the engine was burning an oil lamp instead of a halt headlight, and the smaller lamp scant il- lumination. When: the engine struck the handcar, one was thrown up aboye. ,tlie! pilot .and in- atantlj killed The bodj was found on the front of'the-; engine whenvfhe-loco- motive was stopped A second body was found beside the track and the third man. was few- feet from the hanncai, still alive He is being rushed to aii .Edmonton' little, hope is out for immediate recoYory. WEATHER Lethbrlflge, U Vancouver, cloudy 30 23 Medicine Hat, fair Regina, snow Victoria, cloudy Calgary, clear ,f. Saskatoon, Moose snon Prince Albert, fair Winder, snow The weaUier thrbuKhout ihe has been cool, Hh considerable snow. FORECAST: Manitoba land.: Sas falls and continued low temperature and. continued decid adly cold. 29 -Hit) 0 6 8 At the Irone Fenwiclc, the gifted und charming star, who has the distinction of appearing in the stellar roles in three big Broadway stage successes in auMeaaion, will be seen on the screen it -the Empress tonight in "The Child of Destiny." a five part. Metro wonder play. Miss Fenwick has Just flnishe'd a Broadway run' in "The Correspon- and hefore that -was seen in "The Song of Songs." The previous season she was the star in "The Fam- ily Cupboard "With hei increasing popularity theie was'a demand to see her in the silent drama. Miss Fenwiclt made her debut on the screen under ths susjjiceg of George Klelue, as.ii then joined 'the Me'trd forces. "Thp Child of' Destiny" Ja an un- usua{ storj and waa especiaflj select- ed with Miss Fenwick's. peculiar and pleaalng talents in view. In "The Song of Songs" Miss Fenwick charmed thousands of theatre goers, playing the role of a hoyden who acecte'd boys' wearing Miss Fenwick IB seen in the same 'sort a role in. a delightful1 cljapter of "The 'Child of Later she wears .many fine gowns when she is. transported from a desolate swarap country to the whirl ifo O- Sang, of South Hampton, bnt. and Mr. M. Haug, of ijask., spent ChriBtma3 with Mr. and H. S. Saufcr. The members of the U. E. A. are reminded of the meeting: on Wednes- day 'jiLftiernppn in the I. 0. O. F. hall at two o'clock i Members of Maple Leaf chapter, O. R S.. art' invited to attend the iii- 1 stallation oC officers of Coaldale chap- tef. O. E. S, tomorrow in the Hay Growers' .Hall, at S p.m. It Is hoped that.-as'-many as possible will attend. Dr.. anil Mrs. Courtice, of Edmon- ton, are (the guests of Mr." and Mrs J. V. Cook. Dr. Courtice IB returning tonight -but Mrs. Courtice will re- main for a short visit, c The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will hold their annual meeting In- KnlKh of Liinillirrrk. I lit; lii-Id coiiHln. Mr. mid Mi'H. J. I'', and DoiiKinori; ol! LunrlbiT.ek, Mr.; tuul Mrs. A. L. Kruwii of Cou'diilo Minn W. Ilducth of Lotlibr'djjo. TIio brldo and groom Ittft, for K'J-i muiitoii where they will bts tit'home loj their fiiemJn after January J'pt :il, Suite !i. Kirk-Altn block, thi1 bride travellliiK In ;t suit of navy I blue font opening over bloitiu? of itink creiif lie He- j largti Ijlack volvt-r hai with pale, pinti brim wim irttuumd witli pule j pink wing.'i. Mink furs completed iior uoHlume. Tin; gruoiu's jjii'l lo liu; briik- v.us ;i wrist v.'atc'li. Among HIH miuiy 1 haiulaoine, ijifis of limogts (.'hina iVom the mother, a cabinet of silver j from tliti bride's I'-vo hroihers, a rroin the bridr'a fathc-r and :i chemiei from tho niorliei1. Mrs. Knifrht. t.ho liride's mother, wore a handsome gown of itlnek sa- tin trimmed with black jot.. for paint. For rof sinks, cloteto, drnlnaandforBOO other of city life. shown. A good comedy is also to GARDNIR TAKES ISSUE WITH WILSON Cincinnati, -Dec. tive Augustus P.; Gardner, of Massa chusetts, }i; a statement repudiates tlie leadershiR in congress of Reprp Bentatiye Janiea Mann, because of his endorsement of Wil son's peace to European be! llgereuts, and says he will support Representative Lenroot, of Wiacon sin, for speaker when congress; con- venes. What the Press Agents Say At Starland it ifl: sermon ever been thmn the great Last-Paramount feature, "Tie Vlc- at Lou and Cleo RUstly In the leidlnj at atirlnd will Ihowp for the Its' times toaifht A noleniild Imson IB combined many Unso Bltuatlona, acting, and beau- tlful acenlo offecta linking the whole play one of Intetwo Interest OB tyed nesday and TtmriTday the Wait Until You See the ELGIN SIX Before Buying Your; Car. Showing in Lelhbridge after Jqn. 1st at AI 8 p At it Tonight at eight o clock a special board meeting in Che parsonage, every member to be present H Earner, of CiJxiiry, Supt of Rev G H Cohhlndick ohairmau of the district, will be present. At Thursday inonUily of VT IHftry in the church parlor at 8 pm, choir practice. At m, Frirfay the ladle? of the church at the Red Cross rooms t At 'Knox-r-Wednesday at 8 .y. m., adult Bible class Thursday at S p m choir practice Fridty at 8 pm, ad- drwu by Prof. Luck At Friday 8 p m in- Benrlce. Special offerings at both BB trices next Sunday on behalf of Diocesan Missions At at 780 parochial aesoclation. Friday at 5 p.' m, infanta' Chrintmac treat Friday at 8 p m intercession service fol- lowed by choir practice. At Mid-wsek service Wfd- at 8 pm Friday at S pm, choir practice. Scion Wednesday at 8 testimony meeting, Ai Thurf. daj, 8 p m, waiting upon God for the Baptism of Holy Ghoat A hearl? to all. chorus wan Ifiil by Bertram Collier. musical director, while Viva Jilion played nearly all accompaniments. The pi'inclpnl moved a vote ot" thanks, seconded by Miss Currie. to the mothers who !wd talten so mueli in- terest, in. the knitting contest. Con- tributed. PET-HICK Tho marriage of Air. Peter Ritchie Davidson, of Foremost, Alta., and Miss Mabel Violet Pethick, of Victoria, B.C.. formerly of South Africa, was quietly solemnized in Knox church, Calgary, 'by the Rev. A. W. R. White- man. SHERMAN The marriage took place yesterday afternoon at 3.30 at Westminster par- sonage yf Miss Lillian Ruth Sherman of Ferine, B. C., and Mr. Harry Ross Miller of this city. The ceremony was perforuHJil by Rev. J. B. Francis m thy presence few friends. Mrs. Roy Martin and Mr. Edward Sherman of Lethbridge, supported the bridal couple. KNIGHT Yesterday at 1.30 tlie wedding took1 place at Knox church Coryl Mil- dred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Knight or this city to Mr. George D. Mlsiner, principal of. the H. A. Gray school afc Edmonton. Rev. W. P. Burns officiating. The bride, who was unattended, was given in marriage by her father and wore a beautiful gown. en .traine, o? ivory duchesse satin with point Venice laco on the buulco and skirt draped with limerick lace. The bride's flowers were white roses. Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played by Mr. H. McG. Young. Follow- Washington. Dec. in a note to all. of the warriug pow-j era, iiaK aiinouncod its support of i President Wilson's for :i din-i cussion of noaco t firms, saying it I "would consider itself happy >1' it-j could act in any, uu matter how mod-- est a war. for the raporochment ofj the ueopleti iiow engaged in ilit1 struggle, and for a lasting peanc.y Tho note was dispatched to the'bel- ligerents yesterday by the Swiaa fed- eral council, and Dr. Paul Hitter, the minister of Switzerland here, sent a. copy of it to tho White House. Sec- retary Lansing niarin it public to- night. Nrv. Year's While ihe "Torn Jones" nut SIM well known Wentorn Can- iida as tin: society's other produc- it is very well known In land, having an exceptionally long nin at Daly's theatre, London, wbore it featured such starH :is C. Harden Coffin, Dan Holyat, Ruth Carrie Moore and others, The music is by Edward Clorm-in, ono of most funiouEt who also composed "Merrie Bnglaiid and other well known comic operas. The Medicine Hat. Operatic has no -detiire to take any money awiijt from Lethhridge, and will give thing' mode over esuenses to he useij. for patriotic purposes iu The charged very Rea- sonable nOc lo S 1.00 for the night per- formance, and 50c for thm matinee. scats jio on sale at iledley's tomorrow morning and ev- eryone la advised to make their book, ings early. A special train consisting of aleey- ing 'Cars and one baggage car will leave Medicine Hai on New Year's Eve with Lethbridge fis its destina- tion. Tliis special will carry fifty odd members of the Medicine Hut Oper- atic in addition to their twen- ty piece orchestra, and some, forty or fifty people who arc taking the trip with the Society. The baggage car contain the scenery aim cos- tumes for the Society's production of comic opera "Toin Jones" at tho Ma- jestic theatre here, matinee and night MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 for the election of officers in the the ceremony the guests, number- S. O, E. hall on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ing sixteen, were entertained at ajved- All members ar'e requested to. be present. Mr. ainl Sirs. T. S. Fetterly have as their guests for the holidays.. Mis Fetterly ay mother and sister, Mrs. Jarratf and Mabel Jjirratt, of Calgary, and Mr. and Mrs. K'. Cox and son, of Red Deer. On. a Christmas treat and entertainment was held for the children of the Christian church iii the church. A (splendid program ot songs, .drills and recitations were given Each child brought ot which -were given to the Travellers' Aid for distribution on Christmas dn> and Mrs. Thomas have to JJew Yorlc with their eon, Mi Irving v, ho has sailed foi England .to rejoin his battery. The young officer was wounded in and has been home on three montlia Juave Toronto Globta Find ley was attached to the 38th Battery T THINK ALLIES WILL AGREE TO London', Dec tioii of Germain's lepfv to President Wilson's 'peace suggestions, as con tairifed iu'dispatches from Berlin, lead one ot foremost administration officials to his belief that ths entente allies will not be satlbfied to jneel the Teutonic proposals This official declared he ia strongly of the opinion that the proposals would be to the ..entente allies in far as hope of arranging a peace conference at this time IB concerned. PDF KILTIES ding dinner at the, Lethbridge Hotel. Among the guests were the bride's brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wai- AN EXPERT ON COLDS Comparatively few people realize that a cold is a signal of physical weakness. To. treat a cold with weakening physics, alcoholic synips or drugged pills, may smother the cold but they also reduce the still further and invite more serious-sickness. Scplt's Emulsion has always been an expert on colds, because it peculiarly enriches the tones up the forces' ami strengthens both throat and Try .Refuse Substitutes. ''Scott Bawue, Tpronlu, Out. 16-27 One Day 'Only Next Sat., Dec. 30th Matinoe at 2.30 Night at 8.30 The Greatest Emotional Drama1 Ever Wrltton "EAST LYNNE" Mrs. Wood's Famous Novel Dramatized. NOT MOVING PICTURE, PRICES Matinee: Adults, 60c; Children 10c; Night, ?1.00, 75c, 50c, 26c. ENTIRE CHANCE OF PKUUKAM QKr ntu jyl Tomarrow-'Untier Suspicion M_jf TONIGHT A Red Feather Special in Five Acts EMPRESS-TONIGHT Only ..MOTHER AGAINST DAUGHTER THE. GREAT IRENE FENWICK IN THE CHILD OF A Metro Wonderpiay which frankly portrays a story, that alb mothers and daughters should go to Tremendous Acts. SIT UP AND TAKE .NOTICE "THE FALL OF THE DEACON" "INBAD THE SAILOR" Comedy Cartoon LAST TIMES TONIGHT LOU TELLEGAN in Victory ol' Conscience" Jesse L, Lasky Presents SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "J'lie Honourable Frieiul' Ptc. Peterson, Grassy Like, and Pit. Stewart, Calgary, Died In Moore Barracks That tiro the 113th have died initlnf the AtlMUc is the In (ornttlon conveyed In a1, letter to the from Capt A If Denoon Fte of Ormsy LaVfi and iUntt of Cilfiry died at Moore Bar- hoipiUl Capt Dennon says he at the of both boyp. Tbt captain alto his good to the tt MAJESTIC. Phone 1722 NEW YEAR'S DAY 1 ONLY, JANUARY MATINEE AND NIGHT BY ARRANGEMENT WITH MESS.RS CAMPBELL AND CO., LTP, The Medicine Hat Operatic Society Presents A COMIC OPERA IN THREE ACTS COMPAiN V OF FIFTY' CARLOAD OF SOENER Y TWENTY PIECE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Night at Sharp I SEATs REAPY AT HEDLEVS Matinee at 2.30 Sharp Prices 50c, 75c, MORNING .....i... W- Children 25e ;