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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBUIDGB DAILY HEHAttt C. G.OLANDER MR. OLANDER'S XMAS GREETING WAS IN- ADVERTENTLY OMITTED ON DECEMBER 24 Roia't that when constipation, bmousness or indigestion is nejjlcaed, it may cause a serious illness.! Act upon the first keep V Uir digestive organs iagoodordcrbytbu timely useof BEECMNS PILLS l Sale of Any the World. 25 DELANYS LIMITED VAUDEVSLLE AND PICTURES AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT The management lioga to announce that for tonight Uinl tomorrow the classiest and bnsl bill will be pre- sented at the Orpli'jum that lias been seen at this popular playhouse for some time. With Shady as the headllners you are assured that thev produce nothing but the best, and Miss rendering of the Qiiakerers and Lancers which can't help but pleat.3 fro Dlggest critics. The picture program is of an excep- tional good quality. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE, JAMES FAX, AT THE MAJESTIC TOMORROW .ludsh'S by present appearances, every theatregoer in Lethbridge will ho af the Majestic .tomorrow afternoon unl to Canada's mous comedian, Fax, and his own company. The t.wo Banquet at Wesley Church One hundred and twenty-live men gathered around the tallies in Wesley Hall last night and enjoyed what was probably the most successful banquet ever held by thc men of this congregation, livery man was a Wes- ley church man, and tlie toast list, and adherents certain phases ot church life. Thc Ladies' Aid provid- ed a very sumptuous dinner, and ai- it had been rendered lull justice Dr. H. Rivers .assumed the rank of toast-master, a position which he proved himself well qualified to fill. The toast of "The King" was re- ceived most enthusiastically, and fol- lowing it there were rousing patri- otic speeches associated with toast, "Our Empire and its Defend- j church to, tile crs." W. S. Bail, recruiting cllicer of dinner to Ire hi the 113th Uatlalion, proposed thc 7 o'clock i toast, and Captain G. W. M. y PAGE SEVEN. A New Ycar'u cIiiiHT.'-will M> held! tomorrow in I'.urgmaim's hall. his ami Mrs. H. The rents, air. ami airs. n. OBBB. sad rrarlii'il tin Invitations Par sh Associ; Dr. Lclhbridge the city, with her for a few News. Medical Officer of the 113th liat- 'talion, responded. These two gentle- men, were seated at a table rescnea for men in khaki, who were associat- ed with Wesley church. "Our Church" brought forth responses from tho Rev. 0. H. Cobhledick, tlie pastor, oa "Our ami E. R. J. Forster on "Our Men." Another toast was "Our Kfi enue." Dr. Galbraith emphasized the needs of "Our Current while W. aj; 9 A. Buchanan placed before the gath- ering the condition of "Our Building Ent.-rprisc." The final toast of the evening brought forth a splendid speech from S. J. Shepherd. He spoke for "The Ladies" and they were certainly well treaicd in his remarks. During the evening, solos were con- it the Majestic will greatly add to the I hj, Messl.s'. T. S. Fetterly restive holiday spirii. and will be de- anci H o.'Kilner, The men also joili- SPECIALS TONIGHT On Sale From 7.30 to 10 ifeqn issued by thc St. Augustin's.' Annual parochial jest1 Friday evening' Parish "Hall. f ike has returned to spending Xnias inj ijawfte will remain! Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, I Hat :csteil in dancins is .i.-il to-Bic second the KTS that} the Teanis clui, tonight! iu tli': Masonic clock.': ,n, A.M.C., Pie. ittalion ami Ftc. ion, have rcturn- at Calgary and ending Christmas in the city. Mr. Fax always ed heartily in tlie singing oi patriotic selections between the different toasts. It was a fine gathering and brought congregation much Tlie First holding a I'hrlstieq and so cidedly welcome. has a good show. Tor years he has maintained u'sterlirg reputation, and this fact, backed up with the wonder-1 thc mcn of tne fully fine, company has assembled tofether. Tliif were also able! together this seasoii. should give lo: j ;nform themselves mere intimate-1 fh" y cal theatregoers cause to rejrice. Re-j Iv ahollt affairs of the church. I served joats for the evening perform- tonigtit, coinmeiiei the time'-the tiic new pi Tire ladies refrc; ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Putter The Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phone '1676 Force Grain Storage Elevators Winnipeg, Dec. January 1st, tho C. N. R. will place un embargo on all grain shipments to Port Arthur and Fort William, owing to the congestion there. Grain will be sent to other poiuta where stora'ge is aiailable The W'nnineg Piee Press states is'good rea- son to believe that the C. P.. R. arid the 0. T. P. will shortly follow a fiimilar: course. Such an embargo -r'o'uld likely result In Jorclug the farmers to ship their grain to the government internal storage elevat- ora at Jaw and Sas hatoon. V that digs peanuts anil lha'eb them from the lines h.is been patented by a Jllisoun uunntor Tax Ratepayers To Pay Doctor Gia y LctUe Dec thi savs 'Grasbv Lake and the rural municipality of Eureka are again tlie services of a doc tnr It is the opinion of uiuav that the cauncil municipality should make arrangements to employ a doc- tor whose services would be free to the ratepayers tor out ot the revenue received as taxes; A petition will, it is understood, shortly be circulated to get the feeling of the people in this matter. The extra rate of taxation necessary to employ a doctor and maintain the hospital would bo not more than-two or three mills on the dollar. The-plau works very satisfactorily with railway .and mine employees and there seems to be no good reason why it cau not be successfully adopted by the munici- palities in this" countrj until the pop ulatlon 13 sufficiently large to .main- tain a doctor in private practice.' ASYHYXIATED BY FUMES FROM AUTO 'Montreal, Doc. W Hill, a chauffeur In the employ of W. G.. Pqupart, was asphyxiated by Mr. Poupa'rt's ciir In the garage at 5 Beau- dry'Lane, his dead body being discolored sitting 'n the rea( seat of the machine at 6 o'clock by; Arthur Tisley. The engine, of the automobile was racing at high speed anil the air in-the garage had become think with the fumes aiice tomorrow night are now. selling at the Medley Drui-' Co. storo, and matinee seats will lie oa sale'at the box ofllce from 10j a.m. tomorrow uorning. I AT THE EMPRESS The World Film Corporation pre- sents the live-part photoplay "The of an Emerald." produced by Mons. Albert .Capillani. Robert Warwick curries this photo- play on his broad shoulders. He has ,o work very !or the character le portrays is singularly complex in its villainies. As Lucius Waldeek he is thief and near murderer; then he loses as a revolutionary from Rus- sia and is popular Ivilh the women, jnt he is a clumsy] thief: He pre- sents the emerald to the daughter of :he woman from, whom he robbed it. 'lis fate was sealed iiy that act, of course. His adventures multiply, but lis end was inevitable He commits suicide. They always pol- ished adventurers -who leave the hu- man element out of calculation in :helr villainies, Albert Capillani is tile producer of this picture which ha in cast and some fine .seettings which iclude a view of tht, procession to j the Shrme of Saint Anne of Beaupre, in Canada, taken especially for this picture. Tlie "Flash of an 'Emerald" will lie shown at the Bimnres theatre to- night and tomorrow. NEW YEAR'S BILL AT STARLAND For Tndav and Saurda> Starland gives its patrons one of 'the greatest :omedy dramas ever vitnessed in the cits flam Bernard, he inimitable comedian, scream froi big reels radden" a short tim> ago at this popular picture thai, tho Paramount corned} dipnias are the jest ever produced en the movie stage, and may be snrt that.they will enjoy a nlay even better and more full of fun than thefabove name' play This is a special New Year ittraetion and the mltna'ement has spared no trouble or e-pense to give the patrons of Starlanc1 i hapm frew Year Cleaner, "iwhen washed with Sunlight Soap. I find it cleans the clothes more thoroughly and with less work than ordinary soaps. It doesn't hurt the clothes and I must say my hands never feel the worse for it either. I really do not find it hard to look after the' lvash myself, because Sunlight Soap does so much of the work for me." there's nothing but IPS H Soap is made so jiitrtnlee ot that it never been oa 5c. LEVM BKOTHEKS L1M f JVJ f I t 1i A All grocer; tell .h' 4 lady's remarks. 'ipjiestly that Our impurity has 'fa D t .'TOWWTO. Austria Yields to Uncle Sam Washington, Dec. Aus- trian government accedes to practi cally all the demands of the United States in the Vienna note on the sinking of the Ancpna. Austria will Krant reparation for the Moss of Am- erican lives .and will Banish sub, marine not sufficient ly taking into' account tlie panij ahoard the Ancona which he obsent firing the torpedo and why rendered debarkation of the er'a passengers Hfehoats cult- REflf DY Backache, Rheumatism and flropsy. KUiiey, BlaMtr and Uric Ac! bring misery to many. When I in wea'ic or diseased, these nai do noi cleanse body. There follow del and paina, heaviness, drowsii blliiy, chilliness___ ___ raatism. In some people therij are sharp. in the back and lolni. distressing bladder 'disorders and: sometimes obstin- ate dropsy. The nric acid sometimes forms into gravel or kidney stones. When the uric acid affects the; muscles and joints, it causes rheumatism, goat or sciatica. This is fthe time to try Aaurlc." Send lOc. for frnal package Baring digestion uric acid is abseriMi the system from meat eaten, and Miss 'Mildred N at a jully Ohristm The guests cami which added grea' ian church are Endeavor social in the church at 8 o'clock. At will be a reccp- stor, thc Rev. T. of tiie church are iments during the jmons entertained s party last night, "ancy costume, to thc enjoy- ment of the evening. Five hundred was playwi at four tables and after a dainty supper iras served, the guests enjoyed a little dance. Mr. and "Mrs. Laurence NalsmiUi, of Sliaunavbn, Si are spending the holidays with the former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Naismith, at the Palliser. Sir.. Andrew Nai- smith. tt'liq is attending the military college at Kingston, is expected home to visit his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. in a few days.-Cal- gary Herald! CANNON-JONES Miss Jennie Ribekah Jones and Sir. Claire lioth.oi Coal- ilale, were quietly married labt n.ght, at !.3D by the Rev. A. H. Denoon at the manse. ATKINS Pov. A.. H Denoon married MI..S Gladys Watkins and Mr James Wil- liam Gibson, both o! Mlllc River, last night at 7 o'clock at the manse GINGER SNAPS Very special. 2 pounds-for 23c NO. 1 RUSHET APPLES Night Special, 6 Ibs. for 25C MEN'S SILK KNITTED SCARFS A beautiful line to select .from. Many colors and patterns. Rc-sular uj.. to ji.75; Night special HEAVY SCHOOL SHOES In biue'ner and Button syles. Bo.t calf. Size It to 2. liegular S3.00 fo- BUY GLOVES In fitting our GunraiiUrfv lioves we liavs found a number of. misfits in ail colors am' sizes, :l and 2 domes, also In half and full dress lengths. .These must be cleared to- Crtp, night at per pair UUlu FANCY GOODS TO BE CLEARED Stamped Combing Jackets in white only, pillow oases, point dolls for making up, anii.stamped linen Huck Towels up to and including 51 values, to clear at each.......( TOYS, GfAMES ETC., Just a few left to lie cleared oftt at- HALF PRICE. id oiti SATIN MJOiRE SILK TJNDEESKIRTS In variety of Colors. Regular up to ?4 50 for BAY CO. Thirty Tickets for One Dollar At a special meeting 0 missionerb tod.i> the following reso- lution iregardmt cheaper street car tickets soldjiers was adopted 1. Whereas there are a large num- Wurth) tickets ......Jscovery of" Dr. Pierce tor Kid- each which at present are unusuabio, ney trouble and Backache. Neglected i jjidney trouble is responsible for many yvhtareas to break tiiese tickets Insurance Company examln- in Ing doctors always test the water of an or stll at a smallfr uosr will in applicant before a policy will Issues, terrupt the city audit, because these yon ever set aside a, bottle of water, tickets were charged COMMISSIONER REID NOW SAXSGOOD-BYE At 5 31) thlb evening Conim'ssiouer ed the plant ol the Lethbridge Elec- Held irranged thc p'tyers in trie Co Mr Reid was appointed su- ms oliice, closed down his desk, said penntending engmter of the whole goodbye to the staff and left tne and under his direction the citj hall alter a period of semoe in city's electrical utilities as they are c't? of Letbbndge which has today were crtated, This position he ed ,i few days of ttn years Mr Keid was naturally very .sorry that circumstances, had placed hnu m this position, hut he is looking at Grassy Lake Man HadNarrow Escape "e i for twenty four hours? A heavy sedi- id I ment or settling sometimes indicates Bey trouble The true nature and char- acter of diseases, especially of the kidneys and urinary organs, can often he determined by a careful chemical an- alysis and microscopical this Is done by expert chemists of the M, dies! Staff of Hotel If you wish to know your condition send a sample of your water to Doctor Plerce's Invalids' Hotel.TBuffalo, N y. and Pcribe yoor symptoms. It will he ex- amined without any expense to you, and Doctor Fierce or ais Staff of Assisting Physicians will Inform you truthfully. Street RaiUav j ears ago and out to the Department three Grassy Lake, Dec follow ing letter from: Tommy Snedd_en, now received last week by.. Mrs, Snedden, contains an ncident of a thrilling escape lust i note to let >ou Know that I am still but 'or tiow long I dont know, i we are in the trout line trench for four dajs Oui regiment is now tjoins their bit with the rest I had in awful nar row escape coming up I one of a paity of officers, two sergeants and two corporals gouu ui to take the first line ovei from -uiother regi ment, and while walkug tingle file was thild in the German shell came ovei and killed the offlcei in front and severely wounded tlie corporal just In front of me I picked nivipir up about In ynns awav bad ly shaken i.p and deaf, but nil right ftherwise Tho coiporn wound ed in both less What left of ua iftcr got the pool a awaj, went in to the fionl me We got another oftieet and sogeant Inter You ion I got r.o Bleep that night snd >r e was talkiut- To'one, pf Did meii we wero going 10 relievp hp was siiot through tne iud died in two minutes, so T thou nt 1 was in fur something, but jvni Bre not in our hands, aatou Into hnif your site and I ig tpo para- pet llko a man falling nw It 18 awful I baei ro gaam now, so yoii cod- Ifoursclt KKOWTHrBEIjr! Head all about yourself, your systtsp, physiology, anatomy, hygiene, simple IIOET.O Cnrefl, etc., in the "Common hense Medical u book of IOCS Send to Br V M. Pierce, Buffalo jC cents in one cent stampb for u bound copy. Customs promiti. 3 Whc-reas there are no other tick- ets which will meet the requirement of eight for twenty-fne cents on hand much con- fusion with wor'inp men's tickets The'etore, be it rosolvea that Mr Reid's resolution unuer date oi De- (wmbcr 20th, .1916, b? amended to read thirti ffkets for one dollar in- stead oi eight tic'iets for twenty five cents, which tickets can pe used only bv soldiers in unifoim. HARCOURT WON'T CONFIRM London, Dee Lewis Bar- court refuses to dem or conform the report that he has resigned from tlie Asqmth caoiuet to fbecome Mceroy of India NEW SALTATION ARMY TRAINING HOME held until 1913, was elected commissioner of utilities at the city's first comrnis- viiio sion govfcnunent election When the the situation philosophically although' electric system was taken mer m he sajs it will take a loas hmel 1908 tliere were 300 customers. To- beioie he cau call any place home but day there are 2000 In 1910 the Lethbridge His plans lor the future sold current amounting to are indefinite, but it is hardly lik'ly kilowatt hours. In 1914 it -sold that he will continue to reside here kilowatt oi 200 per csnt i The street railway system, Reid believes, is noing well This year the city will save on the- estimated street railway dehcit, and iimatrd de- to. for very long. Mr Reid arrived in Lsthbridge on Jan Id, 1805 as erecting engineer fjr the Allis-Chdlmers Co of Montreal, which was installing thc pumping plant He started as a city, in 1916 he thinksthe estimated de- cmplovee m January, 1906, as oper-; firit can be reduced [com to. atmg engineer in charge of the pump-1 I station Since then he has been In his farewelli message to the peo j contmuouslj m the employ oL the pie of LethhriUge, the commissioner city and has p.reat changes mhis said, "I believe 1 have J department In 1906, the city bought! to give the city the beat ttat was iff T power fiom the Lethbndire rlectri'- me white I have in thrir em- Co to run the pumps The oitj hai? I have af only about 2000 population then and of my departmentjin a.-straight- the pumps wore operated only once forward and manner, always eierj three days when the stsndn'ipe fcejpmg the city's best interests and was fillid, so that the consumption future before me I am gratctul 101 onlj gallons dailj. ,The the large measiue of support I have pumping station is now pumping Jiu' ainavi reteivBl Irom the citizens anil aicrarg Of gallons hope that the relations Mr or thirty times the amount The flist Freeman and the. burgesses will be as water, Mr Reid sajb, wab pumped pleasant mine have into t1'" pipes of the Lethbridpe va- system in April, 1905 He operated the pumps until Sep-, The second Pan- swentiuc congress will be held at Washington, tomber, when the city D V; in UNRESERVED Sale Farm Stock and Implements and Numerous Other Articles SATURDAY, JANUARY At One o'clock Sharp 'Y Lot 27, 1-2 Nori'h Ir6nSprinjn TERMS Richard G. M, Singhans Proprietoi J. Auctioneer ;