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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta nKCKMiffiit linn urninninGK DAILY PAGE FIVE DISTRICT NEWS tusoi: NEW left for His liome uuiir Eilmon- oullis to., nfter soemlm-; ivilli Mr. and Gorll. Mr. iinrt Aliu CamllB eniorla.ncd guile a -milliner ot InenllB ut Ulinal- mas dinner. vir und Mrs. I'utiei-Bon and duiiBlitor Jiollic Hi-o "lc ol New Uaytou friends. .Mr. John item--! is il iilaycr iilano. .viiss Heniz was tlie guiibt of .Miss Lena Morrical a low (lays last week. Tho l.ailies Aid met at Mis.. Skoitirs Thursday. Mr Towner has returned alter a lew days' visit in LotlilirUIBQ. Miss Catherine A. Schitl is spend- ing her vacation here with nor parents after teaching school west of Milk Hiver. Little llnice liicliardson came her anil will remain for sonic thnu. Scotty Culhert and Joe Smith look u trip 'to Calgary last week. Jans How bus Installed gasoline lights in his restaurant, it Is a great improvement. The children of our eonsolmateu school lievo held their Christmas tree entertalnmenl last night. Tlic teach- ers snareil no effort to make this success and their efforts have not licen in vain. Mr. Lowe and Miss Ambler and their pupils are to be congratulated tor entertaining ihe very large crowd so slilondidly. The following weru Hie features In the program-. Maypole ilrlll, by .Miss Ambler's pupils; Willie's Dream, by Uliner I'almer l.ittlo Oirl's Intel- view with a missionary, .Mihlretl ham- Keen the Home Fires Burning, LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PKOVINCE OF ALBERTA What "the Press Agents Say i_______________ At "The Stain." u nii'mmliu reel feature, which wns shcnvn lo :i large crowd at Starland last night, 'will be seen for the hist time tonight. Mini) 1 Wllk'll toun. Mutt and Joft in "The Nigllt of m i'iOerks." will bu shown. On Monday; js sakl I" and Tuesday the much married Nut: Snm I C. (joodwlu will be seen in "The Mar- i-nis riage At (lie Majestic East Mrs. Wood's COALDALE Miss Ambler's nlipils: Xmas vvnMitr I (Questions. Charles ,Mnranda: O. or for ,M i Canada, Miss Ambler's pupils: reel- n rurn-iK.nut.iiu Ualiu.i. Robert Holden; reading, Mrs. M.-OcirBo Height i; Flag drill SH.. Ambta's ipriouslv ill in the Gait bos- pupils; Piano solo. -Miss muuii.i ,'iV IcthbrldtV but is now slowly '.Mr. Snowden; Scene in a liacltwood's Schoolroom: recitation, Gertrude lloneyseu enter-1 Beta Oatrum; MMey amT Breams, ilrieil a large company ot Miss Doane. '1 hen Santa Clans people Christmas night, celeoraung ner birthday. .1. McArthur silent Christmas wiili friends In Medicine Hat. John McDavitlson Is in Calgary oil business trip. miblic installation of olficers of the Coaldale Cluipier O. Lice at1 the May Growers ha arrived "and dlsuoscd of a tree of A gloom was cast over the town when a telegram reached here Wed- nesday afternoon, announcing the ilemis'p or Andy Hanlwiclc. who left for the east fo.- a relatives and friends. Mr. ife ana chilu Hardwick leaves mourn the eventag. Mull, lllb if from the opening: of Hit- oi-ps.iii! amounts, together i jtermltv o! one luindreif Bill mil deposit wan ig documents: plant upon :i sc.-ilt! of inch to three miles SAMPLE LOGANS C. W. Hansen's Hardware "Keep the Goods "First in town, Still in Business" "The House of Service" 'Double Service, Quality Plus" "The :Better Store" C. W. Hansen's Hardware, "Doubles the Life of Your NOW YOU KNOW WHAT WE WANT. SEND 'EM IN. C. W. Ilanseu's Hardware BARONS.'ALTA. nut it by law To Joint. Stock Companies. ;jSti. Accepted t'hfitiueij in nnynnini; oc should IIB made payat'le to thp Provincial Tresisurer, sirid forwardtid to UIH Clerk of the House along" with the :opies Of the, 11111. 32S. liefore any pctiUon praying for cave to hriujj in IL Bill for ttxe construe- railways, tramways or canals, the route of tlm railway, iy or canal of any company, al- incorporatiMl, is received by House, the person or persons petitioning for such Bills, shall' deposit with this Clerk the followin A map or .lot loss than one _......._ _......... showing the location upon which it is Intended to construct the proposed work, 4iul showing also the lines of existing Lhorlzo'd works, of a .similar c-har- a radius of thirty miles the location proposed work, together with the name of: each muiilci- r 'Jty within which tho -proposed 'works any part thereof are intended to such map 'or plan to .be tiigned by tlie engineer or other party making the same. Also a general des- cription of the nature, extent and pro- posed character of the contemplated orks, and'an estimate of the probable >st thereof, 830. All Private Bills for Acts of in- t-oi'ponition'of or in amendment of Acts' incorporating- railway, companies shall he drawn in accordance witn the BUI attached to these Rules, copies of which may- be obtained from the Clerk 331." The" provisions contained in any BUI which are not in accord with the ModeJ .Hill, shall lie inserted between when revised by .the prop- er o'fflcer shall lid so printed, " Bills which are not, in accordance wit' little, shall be returned to the lo be re-cast before being revised and printed. 332. Any sections of existing- Acts ,'hicli sire proposed to be-amended shall re-printed ill full the ameml- inserted in their proper places and between brackefsj 333, Any 'exceptional provisions that it may be proposed to insert in any pill shall be -clearly specified in the notice of appllciilfttii for the same. 334." All Private Bills: for( Acts of in- corporation sliall be siv framed as t6_.ia.- i corporate bv "reference the clauses of i the general Acts relating to the details to be provided for by such Hills. Special t grounds shall be established for any pro- posed departure from this principle, or for the introduction of other provisions as to such and a note shall be appended lo the Bill, indicating the pro- visions thereof, 'in. which :the general Act is proposed to be departed from. Bills are not framed in accor- dance with {his Rule shaU be re-casi bv tlie promoters iand re-printed at thefi expense before any '.Committee passes pon the clauses. 33S. Whert any Bill-for confirming: any letters patent or agreement is presented to the House, a certified copy of such agreement be W. B. SHERMAN offers a sumptuous revival of Mrs. Wood's immortal story.' THE GREATEST EMOTIONAL DRAMA EVER WRITTEN Popular. Prices: Adults 30c and 23c Children 10c 75c, 50c, 25c THIS IS NOT A MOVING PICTURE LAST TIME TONIGHT Frederick Perry in "The Family Stain" A splendid six-reel Wm. Fox picturization of Emllo Cabor- iatut's great uovol "The Widow Larouge." A fine picture. WASHFUL WAITING' A Screamingly Funny Comedy Mutt and Jeff in "The Night Clerks" Unity Sales Corpor- ation Presents ISTat Goodwill in 'The Marriage Bond' Released on Paramount Program Also FARMER ALFALFA'S CATAS- Comedy Cart. PHONE 1722 ,NEW YEAR'S DAY ONLY, JANUARY By Arrangement With Messrs. Cbaiipell Co., Ltd. The Medicine Hat Operatic Society Presents letters patent 01 tttached to it. .lOHN'tt. COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assemblv, Ad. H. Any newspaper publishing this adver- tisement without uiithoi'ity will not b> NICKEL SHAVINGS STOLEN Quebec, Dec. inquiry the court of special sessions into i alleged theft of nickel shavings from the Quebec -arsenal that, was to 'bii resumed here today has been post- poned on acnount of Illness of one of the defence lawyers. Tho case !s to proceed early next week. k iii A t' U ._____ _ A VWUIlC 'I" Aitt-vv COMPANY OF FIFTY CARLOAD OF SCENERY TWENTY PIECE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA x Special Train to Lctlibrtflgc Beautiful Costumes Over People Saw This Production in jVIetliciiie Hat. Absolutely One of the BEST SHOWS EVER SEEN in Lethbridge The Society's Past Successes Include "The Pirates of "The Chimes o( "The Goiuiolicrs" and "H. M, S. Pinaiorc. "The According to two French scientists a raw food diet increases the white blood corpuscles, which play an 'im- portant yiirt in the fight against dls- ensc germs. at .8.30 Sharif.'" Prices 50c, 75c and ,Seats NOAV Selling at SEATS CAN BE OBTAINED ON AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE. Matinee at 2.30 Sharp. Prices: Chldren 2 No Reserved Seats ;