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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKOyESDAY. DECEMBER i3, 1917. TUB LETHBHinttE DAILY HKIULD PAtiK BOB'S AUTO OVERT and haatcd cara for city irlpa. Hoapltal STAI.'D, AUXANDA HOTEL OAY AND NIGHT tEKVIGt Dnwc TtwifW Aad ThintUy Nfcht's AUCTIONEERS Wa (o tfcat and L. ion aave couuUiUted thalr IA- tciMU1 u aurlloneers aud cocdtui MlM anjnbcn ID tkr proriMt. Tho best ol workman ihtp aitf sailjfaclkw ciuraatHcJ or no par. Kor aaia 4atec. phono 1M3 or RmL fw btuia'Ma, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLCON Tbls event is now lu yaar aad ta needs rery little explanation to tho LeJabrldge paople. The Lonlckt tt five o'clock and an thero are au fifty rlnki entered U Bbould be tbe most sur.cesaful SpM yet on ID this ttortby caiue. The club aiupl'es rocka, competi- tors ara requwted to nrlnn their ova broou. Tbe entrance, (ee (or each rink la to be coUacteil bj- Ihe iklp ac4 baaded to Uie cimmlUee at Ihe rink. Each rink U lo bars two rreeu cnltra. or Iwo Udlee of a lady nd a trcm curler and eterr tfort aaade ta comply Ibis Aa tae alar pngreeaei tie aklps 11 of Uu fcoar Iker are o pltr- There la rooai on draw or a toaple al man rinki M make enlry lo Jao. Marvock or one ot IKe Bonaplel cmiDlUee, C. B. Car berrr, D. D. McNabb, W. U. McKenzJe FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR SALE. GOOD FEED Apply for delivered Prlcei to F. 0. Hyde Co. Pfioiw 1244 Lattibrldfa Join the Home Defend movement tor the conserve tion of food. Help to pre- vent waste by demanding tht whole wheat grain in .break fast foods aiid bread stuffs Substitute whole wheat foi meat, eggs and potatoes' The whole wheat {rain is tht most perfect food given to man. In Skrcddec! Wheat, Biscwt you havt the whole wheat grain made digestible by steam-cooking shredding and baking Every particle of the whole wheat grain is used including the outer bran coat which is so useful in keeping the bow els healthy and active. Foi any meal with milk, and fresh fruits. Made in Canada. 'wenty Thousand Men To Report for Duty Jan. 3rd COAL FOR SALE By CarloM1 Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1101' ford Engines REBOHEO AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Flnt Aye. 8, Phona 1732 BROS. first ft. Phone 17V DRAYING Turner Witchel! Krin. it Kannady-a 4ig It CoalC.O.D. American High Grade Dentistry 10% Off Our Regular Prices During Month COMPARISONS are.odioos, thererore ve do not' propon-toJioduice la them, j DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTIW IT IS 'A GENTLE'ART THAT Is no rain on our fsrt. U.I; 3 o! lo whlcb everyone ot our. patlcnU can Var irltnesa. Tbe oll-tbne berra- rackinc. torture erf a operation no longer exists whfero you entrust your dental requirements' to oar care. -You.may safely Bet all your lean at reel. Onr methodR are genlle.'our iUll. uiurnestloneil, aid tie nuterlala Ve UBB are ot lie posathlo grado. Drs. Richards and Nelson OTT FHOW ttTHBHlDQE HOTEL LETHBRIOQt, ALBERTA CALGAKY A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALC BLOCK am] J. S. HlrkLani. Jlclovr uro Iho ilraw for tonlRht's games. He on time. LI ring a broom. 5 p. m. Cl'y uf IxillibrldRe vs. Duulop and IMcc. Johnntonc llittMc YE. Scliools. Dlatkburno Co. vs.-ULilnCKjV Club 7 p. m. CaU llac vs. Elnipson Co. Dank ol Nova Scotia vs. I. II. C. JJoclors ve. Taylor Milling Co. Scolt Krull Co. vs. Court House. RJO p. L. McKenzle Co. Sludebaker Oarage. Kuox Church CLoIr rs. T. M. C. A. Alberta Cate vs. tc. Dowler. MacHonald Co. vs. City Callage. Fullowlnt; are the draws for Tburs day In llio lied Crois' Spiel: C.OO p. m- Conybeare, Church and atcArthu vs. HerJld. niison va, K. D- Johnson. Un'on Uanlc vs. Campbell. Wilson anrl Home. Dank Dominion Land 7.30 D. m.' lllck vs. Old'Timers. flail nnd Cameron TB. Denials. "Veterans vs. R. N. W. M. P. Chinook Club vg. Hardvare 0.00 p. m. Sherlock building vs. Last Minutes naalira Motor Co. Cigars. Kool vs. Hudson's Bay va Pie The Morn'ng Cereal Ul teller.and I be all tie oaore nontEhlug it plontr of'milk from thta .Uiry. JJG used. Our mlili is eicep- rich In creap and ffafj In flavor. Better bare a bott.o lefl al your door every morn- ing, you can have it retularly for breakfast. The Crystal Dairy AUTO LIVERY FROM THE BLIpU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS ONLY. DAY OR NIGHT NO HILL TOO STEEP, NOR tNOW TO DtlP FOR THI MITCHELL 'P.WM1750 T. Flyim 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 BALI 21 imtJ Marts uJ ticttm irai 3 to S nm Phorn 1E7I OJ'f'S AtTTO LIVERY Day Phone Might PhoM 7T7 J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer M.D, C. H. EAR, AKO THROAT W EC I A LIST. Ornce 121-m New P. Barns BolMlBf, Coner btk Am tmd Ind SL Eut CalnrT. Phone M2I1S M2077 ttd SarfMft. Ear. NOK ud Throat York City. f Ucc, About ttvenly raUeO. wut effected by 'or- Service Act llio uumlicr hop- llial uoles-s there !9 1'ir.hnnoiiMho ivllh liic qu-aiul hrinor anil spirit PI l by au t-Teuly balanced aud uf the with :hc luuotcrue ol a tompany, a'iil lu li's utruoat credit, liltla girl wlio hua iiaabcd hvr days each production is siagoj lavish- aioonM llio Jalslcs, jly, wiili a wtaltb of sicuery and boau- lu this new pliolu.t.Ay, M'.is CaprL-o 'liful costumes. Tonight Mr. Kellerd takea llie o( Lucy While. Hairy will his last appeirdncu ID Marti, co-alar ivirh (Ije New tli'a reason, tbe pJay selected ylays Dave Allcit. son ol bulug Shakespeare's tragedy in live T.rhite'a uclgUbor. Squiro Auen. ads "Olhollo." Those theatre cocra Lucy Hrts her Grandma vlio i-an keenly Shakes- examined and arc fl( (or T 8 Not more than fifty jii 01 .seem likely to Bled. In Ibal connection it Js o luted, out 11m the conditions arc usUntly fluctualfng. A nun sraat- eiempUon today because oC domes c position or (he nature of his work a beneficial to the vrar may he avail bte for service a month ht-ncc. Uio tribunals are' to L in permanency under ie act, so thai, ai any (line there a ro-hearlncs. There la i popular nilscouccpllon as t the Dumber of men lo 1m rai ttder the Military Service Act. The urpoae of tie Ian- is Lo orcements tor the Canadian tnwiis aj. Tbe conmion belief Ie thai ne hundred thousand men must be vision ami of Buch hiualious. each vrlth QU establishment o[ hvo Ihouund, have been authorized. It Is expected to Till them aooa and thus bavo 24.000 men hi arms, the number now a valla bio N twenty thousand. Requests gone out lo (be trib- unals and also to (ho appeal courts In expedite as oulekly as possible th-j remaining hearings and dispositions ol Those who go to the colors ncil week arc, as .stated, limited to such is voluntarily reported duly or having been refused exemption are nol appealing for such dc-clstons, Anj- -mo who hag entered au anpeal Is not vet affecled and is legally rejsar Rbsonl wllb leave [wndlne the final disposition of his case. ALLOW GENERAL Ten Per Cent, in in Fre.fht lUle on Coal 15 Cenls Ottawa, Dec. railway board hat granted the application of tht Canadian for a gen- eral advance in Freight and pasvert- ger increases for freight are ten per cent in the wwt and fifteen per cent In the coal en Increase of fif- teen eentt a ton is allowed. No increaM En rales it allowed in British Columbia. A fifteen cent Increase It allowed In the territory where maxi- mum rate three cents a milt. On grain to Lake Superior pc-rtt an Increase of two cents per 100 pounds fs allowed or ten csnL Gram producti in the west, other than for the movement to Fort Wil- liam and atso on movement from Fort William east are permitted Inert-M of per cent sub- ject to a maximum Increase of two centa per hundred WCE-PRES.MES 7 AT THE MAJESTIC Leib bridge Is at present entertain Ins one of tlie most d Ibal Is M-ldom done In other play? ol Ihla nature successfully, lie has sur- rounded himself with a (rroup of play- ers have eicepllonaHy fine Koine of lue son? numbers are lono nacl Mr. DouaTu Gray, tenor, aro welt known. tors 011 tlio Mage today, ia the person Some of lue son? numbers are' very or -Mr. John B. KellerJ. ulloh anr] numbers particularly aa ecuagement ol three days at the suns Mr- wllb bis rTch barl- Malestlc Tbeatre. blti itiy here alr.ce Monday. -Mr. Kellerd sup- ported by h's mosl able coinpauy has offered followers of the drair-a Uirce of Bhafccspeare's most notable vorka. "The Merchant of and "Macbeth." lu all of these .Mr. Kellcrd lias displayed a profound tal- ent in. his histrionic ability, possibly bl5 most notable triumph bolng "Ham- let" on Monday nlzhl. He Is cupporL- meD unronacloUFly left a UjTirng ike-pot lo the boat overnight, de lylog tbe entire Interior decoration and burning sereral large holes just nrliere thuy wore mosl harmful. Eron aside from thla Item, "Down lo Earlh" Ihe ezpeniiivo production fn Thlch Douglas Fairbanks haa crer ap oeared ichlcb fact will prove apparent rben Ihe picture is seen. j Following "Polls and Pans PCKET" [he nezt of the Pathe "lovely girl" eec- of photoplays rtarrlng Gladys Hul- i ette, will be seen at Slarland tomorrow and the balance of the U Is The Candy irrittcn by Philip xmpersnn and olricled by W. Eur- Moore. "The Candy Girl" is n Inle of sxeel- iss, in which Miss IfulcUe goes fnto the candy business and sells swecis until she-la a sugary millionairess. It u a strong, fast-moving plot, too. I AT THE ORPHEUS! Once again June Caprice forges lo tbe front In a picture of country lite. Her newest film for William Foi, LIUle Miss at tbe Or- pbeum for the last lime tonight over-. IRPHEU TONIGHT ISc FUN AND AIR Lend flavor to the story of a little country girl uiumliiE the blame for a neighbor's child. WILLIAM- FOX Preiwrb JUNE CAPRICE AND MARRY MILLIARD In Mils itnry of Utlle Hbs Happies" AND CURRENT CHAPTER OF "GLORIA'S ROMANCE- AND COMEDY. LAST TIMES TONISHT DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN DOWN TO EARTH AL90 "FATTY" ARBUCKLE IN. "CONEY MII1JONS DIE year from" nold Lara nTed if commaa' Kaae preregUoa bad utd ia irat tttfc. If TOO Bnfferer from Aolhaa, Broa- tiitia, Catana, Tlnritj, Lugi, Ccmfk ud MM kldJDj op U Tnbemiloaia, TOD ABE Intenaied im Dr. T. R Meiliciit. far Tatianaiall aid BookM. DC. fTUBDGUD1! BlVWCUl OO.- T> PIANOS STEINWAY. i NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE HAINES BROS. Trieat art In fflnt They am mWi ef tha by thf Te old competition of Chriitmis Day the president vs. Tlce-presSdent was be centre ol attraction at the cnrllnK rink all day yesterday and when the imoke of the battle and the Uhmtmas cigars bad cleared away the vice presi- dent was on top by two 73 lo 71. 'The Ice was In splendid shape and many new curlera were in evidence. Prom the turn ont and enthusiasm I shown yesterday Ihe Lethbr.'dge curl-] era look forward lo one .erf their most siiccesstul seasons. The Red Cross bomplel slBrl3 tonight and will nolt) Ibe Ice. for Ihe balance of Ifts present, week and New Year's day. The neil evenl will likely be the City Cham plohshlp tor the Wright Shield, wrier the locals will he trying ont llielr com- b'natlon for tho.Crow's Neat Bonsplel i to be. held at Fernle on January Hth. Csrlurs old or green will recelre a I hearty welcome ao come up and get la Uie game. (The riaks and scores of yesterday's dflye was as followa: President: president: T-. S. Kirkhim..lO Capl Leech 6 J. A. Reid 6 S Dr. Marra- S W.'J. Nelson.... 2 ...15 D.D.McNabb-..ll M. Freeman ..10 K. D. Johnaon.11 S.'j. Shepherd.. 8 W. U MeKeaale 1C W.F. Spacing.. 9 tf. 'f. Macleod. 1 Tolal.........71 Total.......73 At TIIB EMPRESS So'eicellcnt 19 tht fealore "Tile al Ihe Enpreis, that It la if held over for another day. Som-i press comments nre ai follows: "Ont or Ihe bltceai made by 'Tho Warrior' la lhat Douglas Falrbanfca his a rlraj art his bame is the llant alare of 'Cabfria.'" Picture WorW, Angnat 4, int. ?AI1 In all, njns op Jirrtor.' It Is the Mgfot novelty ol the year on eilher'Krem at Mulloii Picture Augiat 'Tne no aemae at etmf- Is ono of Ike aaort the time nett Uriniig whtch Karofe fttfl rvrnfabed Mlmr, U, 1917.' THE BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE WRSTOTME CZCR FMONE 789. tni mm Oitm. Mint? mHiiir III Mtl W- PfWth IMt Rrmembvr ______._________'_______t i NEW DAY MATINEE AND NIGHT 'THE MEDICINE HAT OPERATIC SOCIETY PRE1ENT THE TUNEFUL COMIC OPERA "ERMINIE" fiO -YOKES M Complete Banli; Ctttumh prMactlen. I PRICES: Kk MttlMt........, tl.00, Ttc, SOo BtaU an Sato Nm at tn Offlo Miiak Bun MAJES11CS Last Time 8.39 N E. KELLERO and Hla keapcarlan Company In THELLO' NEXT TOUR. FRI. DEC. 27-28 EASTERN PRODUCERS, LTD., PRESENT CANADA'S MOST POPULAR COMEDIAN JAMES ELAINE IN THE RIP ROARINO FARCE-COMEDY WITH MUSIC AND GIRLS THE FUNNIEST PLAY ON A LAUOH A SECOND FOR TWO HOURS AND A HALF. UPROARIOUS GORGEOUS COSTUMU NOT A MOTlbN PICTURE NOW ON ITE ENORMOUSLY SUCCESSFUL TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR. LAUGHS-ROARS-SaEASS-YELLS SI AA 7Sr> SAr ALL IX, 90C NOW SELLItW AT THE BOX OFFICE. AT STARLAND aapsarint ta Doaglu "Down to Ute wh'ch Is tm the after