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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDgESPAY. DECEMBER 26, 1917. IHIi LETHBRTIKIE DAILY HERALD PAGE FTVB BOB'S AUTO CIVERY .Closed and heated cars for city nhtf ee.:nlry trips. Hospital calls ( EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Otflce rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Bulldins, Corner &th Avo, and 2nd St. East. Caljtary. Office Phone M2818 Residence Pbooa M2077 luterne and Ho.�se Surgeon. Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-19U/ Speolaliat to .Calgary School ______ Board__�74-ai PIANOS STEIN WAY. . � NORDHCIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS, HAINES BROS. These pianos ar� foufid In tho most oxcluslvo homes. They are made of tho finest and host matarlalo proourabis and by tho moat oklllod workmen. ' Stylos and prieos to suit everyone. Corns In and sso thsm. , AKKiuiboia MiiNie Co., Ud. > "Everything Mwloal" ^ S1� 8th St. S. Phono 1B4S Remember tho Addross Ye old competition ot Christmas Day the president vs. vice-president was tho centre of attraction at the curling rink all day yesterday and when the smoke of the battle and the Christmas cigars had cleared away the vice president was on top by two points, 73 to 71. The ice was In splendid shape and many new curlers were in evidence. From the turn out and enthusiasm shown yesterday the Lethbr.dge curlers look forward to one of their most successful seasons. The Red Cross bonsplcl starts tonight and will, hold the Ice for the balance ot the present week and Now Year's day. The next event will likely be the City Cham plonship for the Wright Shield, wher the locals will be trying out their com-b'liatlon for tho. Crow's Nest Bonsplol to bo held at Kornle on January 14th. Curlers old or greeu will receive a hearty welcome so come up and get ii\ the game. JTho rJaks and scores ot yesterday's drlye was as follows: President: Vice-president: L. S. KIrkham..lO Capt Leech .. 6 R.H. Davidson. 11 J. A. Held ..... 6 Jas AIrd....... 8 Dr. W.H. Marrs. 8 W.J.Nelson.... 2 Hugh Boyd ...15 D.D.McNBbb...ll M. Freeman ..10 J. Wales........12 K. D. Johnson. 11 S.J. Shepherd.. S W. L. McKensie 10 W. P. Spalding.. 9 ^^. T. Macleod. 7 Total.........71 Total.......73 AT THE EMPRESS So'excellent is the big feature "Tho Warrior," at tho Empress, that It Is being held over for another day. Som^ press comments are as follows: "One ot the blggeat Impressions made by "I'he Warrior' Is that Douglau Fairbanks has a rival and bis name is Maclsto. the giant slave of 'Cablrla.'" -rMovlng Picture World, August 4, 1W7. "All In all, 'novelty* sums up 'The Warrior.' It is the biggest novelty ot the year on either'screen or atage."- Motion Picture News, August 4, 1917. " *Tbe Warrior,' In no sense ot exag-goratlon, la one of the moat amusing and at the same time most ttarHlIng p!ctursB which Europe ilas furnished us."-Dramatic Mlrroir, July 28, 1917.' AT STARLAND To the beautiful yacht appearing in tho new Douglas Pairbanks-Artcratt Plctufe, "Down to Earth," there hangs a tale wh'ch Is Indexed on the producer's expeuse accojnt. Several days after the yacht was used tor tho new picture now at Stariand. Douglas re-uaivod a bill from Its owaor for 009.80 to cover damsgos Mliurreu while producing some firs scenes which were staged on hoard. Upon. Investigation it was found that one of Uio property Hennesey&Wilson thestoreokBig values north lethbridge CARStotmf OQOR PHONE 789. f m niu mranuTiM rimi na u T ms NEW YEAR'S DAY MATINEE AND NIGHT THE MEDICINE HAT OPERATIC SOCIETY PRESENT THE TUNEFUL COMIC OPERA "ERMINir 60 - VOICES - 60 Complets Sesnle and C�8tuml9 Production. ^ PRICES: Ni�ht.....�'..80, $1.00. 7Be, BOc Matlnso.......�1.00, 7Se. BOo Bests on Sal* Now at ttox Offlcs and Assinlbola Musle Store THE FUNNIEST PLAY ON EARTH-A LAUOH A SECOND FOR TWO HOURS AND A HALF. UPROARIOUS COMEDY-GORGEOUS COSTUMU NOT A MOTION PICTURE NOW ON ITS ENORMOUSLY SUCCESSFUL ' TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR. LAUGHS-ROARS-SCREAMS-YELIS PRICES! $l.0�, 75�. 50c ''^^^^j^To^j'T' next saturday, dec. 29 MATINEE AND NIGHT BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE McDONALD ACADEMY WILL BE PRESENTED the McDonald royal ENTERTAINERS IN AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM OF SINGING, DANCING, MONOLOGUES, DRAMATIC READINGS, AND SHORT PLAYLETS. THE MOST ENJOYABLE AND VERSATILE PERFORMANCE OF IT'S KIND ON TOUR PAST RECORD INCLUDES A COMMAND PERFORMANCE BEFORE HIS EXCELLENCY, THE OUKE OF DEVONSHIRE PRICES.......... .............75c, 50c FMPRESQ LAST TIME TCNIGHT |^ Prices 10e-19e Owing to the i Enormoiit Saccest TheWarrior'* Ths Big Spectacular Photo Play Will be Shown at the Empresa for Tonight Only. Don't Miss This Great Opportunity of Seeing the Greatest Ever. LONtflOMC bUKB IN y THf lAO SIA WAVES" THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PATHE PRESENT* GLADYS HULETtE STAR OF "PRUOINCIrTHB PIRATE," "POTS AND PANS PEGGY," Eto., Irti �*THE ^ANDY GtRL'� 990623 ;