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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN HKRALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1911 Soft, Clear, Shin Comes With Tho Uss Of HORAH WATSON 66 Drayton Ave., Toronto. Nov. 10th, 1315. .Vbcaulifutcotnplcxionisa handsome woman's chief glory and the envy of her less fortunate rivals. Yet a soft, clear with health is natural rcsultofpJtrc Blood. "I was troubled for a considerable time with a von" unpleasant, disfiguring Jiasii, which covered my face and for which I used applications and remedies without relief. After using "J-'ruit-a- tives" for one week, the rush is com- pletely gone. I am deeply thankful for the relief and in the future, I will not be without JTORAH TVATSOJf. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size, 25o. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives .Limited, Ottawa. urn The hon. treasurer, R. J. 'Ritchie acknowledges receipt of from D. M. Ross of Monarch, of from the Lethbridge Teachers' Patriotic Relief association. The spe- cial' show at the Orpheum produced WIDE AWAKE-John Bull: "Say. Bill, did you think you could play the Santa Clans game and shove that into my stocking while I was asleep WRIGHT FE'RFECTS A: NEW STABILIZER Expects to Make Flying Safe as Au- tomcbiling Through Novel Principle i the rewards of the service. On tho question ot what it will do, however, he is not so secretive. He beljeves air craft will be as safely and easily piloted as the most. humble ver.'' His new stabilizer substantially re- jects the gyroscope, heretofore alj- ways deemed necessary as a funda- mental. Instead it enters the do- of electricity. By a'unique ar-. of swinging in a liguidi bath and a 'minor propeller placed 1 nilot's head, tomatic sta- Dayton, aeroplane made as safe as the is the dream of Orville -SrssSt, who, with his brother now dead, man dominion over the air a decade j and a half ago. That dream is said to have become a reality with "IS d recth- over the" r new stabilizer, for which patents. j Mj be applied lor within a few weeU. Mftv fM .o matntajned Xever ni-one to talk much. Orville Wright is even more reticent than oh the topic of his latest inven- balance. to the fund.. until it he will reap T1- ThaS Grandma Made They were real they? Remember that spicy fra- grance thatfilled thekitchenwhen the oven door .was opened Never -vras any- smeltquite so-good! And when Grandma said, "they're y.ou fairly danced When she gave you a 'handful, with their smacking, gingery, molasses- was the real joy of living, wasn t it f GREAfCHRISTMAS BARGAIN SALE TONIGHT Entire StpclU of Xmas-GocHls on Sale Froni'7 Till 10o'clock a'ia quarts Beautiful Christmas Ermine 8ct for Pointed Fox Set i'or Mink Set for Hudson Seal and Filc'i Set loi Set for White Thibet Set for AND ALL OTHER NECKPIECES AND MUFFS AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS. i ANY NUMBERS QUOTED HERE HAY BE SOLD DURING THE DAY BUT ALL SMALL FURS ON. HAND TONIGHT AT SEVEN O'CLOCK SUBJECT TO TWENTY PER CENT. DISCOUNT. percent landkerctiiers LOVELY OIIKIKTMAS STOCKS IN' Pl'KE.'LIXKX, HANI) EM- PERCENT; KKOIIIEKKT) -CiOOBS. HPLEN- VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM. YEUV LATi38T- YOKES, COL-' CUFF US. INCLUDING OUR ENTIRE STOCK. JL 3 OFF Suits iris and Dresses Plush and Cloth Suits af Every .C. Description, Afternoon and Evening the .Christmas The Ladies' Store PER CENT AM Hand Bags, Boudoir Caps, Sifk, Georgette and' Crepe de Chene Waists. Linen Doilies, Centres, Etc Skirts, Silk, Challie, Velour and 'Crepe Kimonas. Oft n p Embroidered Opera Cloaks.. F'1" Cloth and Silk-Skirts. I OFF Including All. Such Garments throughout the entire stock.- CO. The Store Weather conditions, of early emher were excellent for fiyiug and while Aviator Victor Carlstrom was driving his bis 200 horsepower ma- chine from Chicago to New York, Mr. Wright, inventor of the .first heavier-than-air was perfecting his invention in a se of flights on. -thevavistlou of Dayton. For the first time in more than three years Mr. Wright made an aerial "flight. Almost daily for a period of two weeks he made flights and continued tests. Time after! auction time he brought the machine to earth three mnes .oiuu. to mate some slight change in' the MEN IN CHARGE WITH HUNTER'J HORN (From Our Own Burdett. Dec. Emerson. Brown. Coldstream Guards Went After The oermans at the Sound Given by Their Colonel How Colonel John Vanghan. Camp- bell of the Coldstream Guards.-woa the Victoria Crosu on the Somrae. is told in an article issued recently by the Official .Press..Bureau in London. Here Js tho story: Cross has been award- to Colonel .lohn Yaiighai Camp ree miles louth. hadan aucon o-'ed to Colonel .lon Yauga-i a household goods, bell 0{ the Coldstream Guards lor e Chevrolet new.] feat on the Soiume bameueld- meehanisni ot the stabilizer One Jo Jt_ Ashton at a VPn imi rolllt.d lns mer, Bt a critical mo time it was the tightening of a bolt i homesteifl and pie mellt led them through a verj hoav> (another the loosening of i and a, to fl.m Given ot On barrage of tire and one of cho I he tmi I still another, the overhauling of the entire diwice; Bow Grandma Mate Cookies Thisreeipeis in our Cook Book. Write for free copy. THE DOMINION J Redmond ard familj if- the winter in Ind'ana Burnham left to spend holidays in'.the States, tho The Colonel led his men with a n one ha id ind a fox bun ter's silver" horn in the other, and the 'iiuntcr's horn seems to have had now. All I had to do was to steer "THE KIND GRANDMA USED" frorri selected sugar plantations in British West Indies, with that smacking flavour that made Grandoia's homemade Cookies so delicious. In Nos. 2, 3, 5 and 10 lever-top cans. All storM should have it. Ask for it by name. MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, HALIFAX, N. the teblei the finest packed. stabilizer be in the old hall Dec 28 The similar to the one concert start, at 8 atte, which patented some time ago he renlfrrt, there will be a driving for a neii luncilj donated n IMC There ivill be an address S B Hillocks of Calgary Sapper >u? el who has been ill foi iome time left for Lethbridge paieniea some LUUU its" we that tlie first device was not to be bred cow donated that.sort of thiiig. 'but this is the first time..the. fox hunter's horn has .ap- peared in the 'It was jiio inspiration of. the mo- 'ment. For years Colonel Campbell lias .accustomed his men to the sound. In .peace time he drnied them with It. It.was a silver horn.presented to him foi sometime left for Lethbridge the commlfcsloaed otm.ers anil terdav ami went to tlie Gait hospit-u j Qf tUg iirgt battdhon when hp for treatment jeft to Oin Third battalion He NEW (From OuT o DAYTON jjeft to ]Oin Third battalion i round that the clear ringing notes the horn more easilv heard and' on the oattlefield theie flas no mis Thursday Harrison from tlie coier said Colonel Tamp John Forslm and Harles Harrison whenon ,cale m Ensiaml left tor trelt raHs, _ Mont immediatel after 1 Mr H ifr Iml Wor don I blow the horn Thev seemed to rec it at once fhev Knew ,t farm We Sell the Famous Light, Fast, Easy Running, Hockey Stars Use "Automobile" Skates Designed for easy, fast, graceful skating.. They are light and strong.. Acknowledged the best regardless of price. You may 9: well have them., From to All Sizes. C. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH -STREET fi.QUTH A Christmas tree was. held in the was 'In the Ji'xfraordmarily difficult sit Presbvtpnan church New Dayton nation, the h- ri as probablj the Inday S 22 A choice program onlj thmt thit would tone rallied rnStmK of choruses drills dialognes the men so uuicklj In the inevitable reciUtVons and tableaux was rendered break M> of a formation during an hv the New Dayton school One half attack meft Set lost and the sound ot of the net proceeds were donaten to nmj whistle-! being blown bj the of .k the Red LORD CURZON Member of the new British War Council and leader of uew govern fimil fund COW AVIATOR lienri who owns a ranch in count! has his cat tie herded by a flying machine each day his cow Once ment in House of Lord? Lord Curzon the range to find the cattU b is to be married to an American Ecne their condition Mi Andeison lady in the near future, paid I10.0UO for the aeroplane and widow, Mrs. Grace Duggan, of Buenos already believes u will be .worth a .lyres. dozen cowboys to him in time. Italian Symphony 1st, Allegro .Vivace. 2nd Andante con moto. 3rd Menuetto. Saltarello-Presto. Gavotte Rameau Serenade Minuet rantaiaie Burmester .Saint-Saens In ir'ot ficers must bf sometimes confusing j Early in the thp Germans tried to confuse gave in Sweden Is having its alum shale de nosits fly ttneilfc H 'he hone of obtaining llliinlinatmi, oi1 su pliur and ortict proilncW To Our Many Friends and Customers; We extend the Season's Greetings and our Heartiest Wishes for a Most Enjoyable Christmas :CLARKE CO. YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR DINNED HERE Herald-Mtinf Rent Your House ;