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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX "HE LETITORmfiE DAILY HEBALD FRIDAY. NOVEMBER I YIELDS IN vmct-'ui nun Mrs Vincent's former home in On- tario, where they will spend some lime visiting relatives and friends. Miss Hai-lu-1 Barrows of Saskatcue- Va'n is hero visiting relatives. Miss Barrows will accompany her slater Mrs J. Jl. Atkinson, who in- Kurat Districts Should Pro- vide Accommodation Edmonton, Alia., Nov. sister. Mrs. J. Jl. Atkinson, who in- 0( pensions (or '.cachet's who have tends'to spend some time at Summer-1 years of service in the work, was laid'lS. C. President W. C. Murray, of Throwing still continues with nu- Saskatchewan University, at today s morons delays from snows, rains, etc. Scssj0n of the Alberta school touchers Yields are excellent, from 50 to 70 convention. He thought I'19 lmi1 bii and over aiv qirito common. when the suite should seriously While prices continue to soar, farm- consider a move of this nnturu as al-, ers have no cause of complaint of de- ready done by railways aud uanks. Jay In threshing operations. Dr' also recommended nils. The Hallowe'en social given by the ('he stan'rtanl5 of (nullification for young people's league Friday night training could be too was well attended and an enjoyable h, h or {llorousn- ami incidentally bet- evening was spent by those present. salaries ae commanded. An. The Young People's League stands at this mornini; s lor recreation that Is both pleasant Ecssion WVS that the country school find profitable, and now includes in should provide housing ac- its membership most of the young and for their teachers. This many of the older people, as well of woulll tend to promote community this and the adjoining communities, j would also make the teach- in- profession more attractive. In some parts of the west it was already being i tried out. MUNITION PLANTS I----------------------------- BUSY TILL JUNE HETHOD1STS READY FOR UNION Toronto. Nov. executive of tho church union committee of ihe Methodist church met here last W ed- authorized tiie committee 'to proceed, in "'iUl 'izr committees from the Presbyterian 'jn-d Cor.srcratioiial churches, to con- sider and pi-spare legislation tor pro- .septaticn to tho next general comer- vritil a view to i-tmsumffiatms or- Igsnic union. Ottawa. Nov. -According to a statement made the Imperial munitions board, the Canadian manufacturing con- ceras who are at work on urn- nitions will be kept busy on the basis of present orders on hand until June ou next. (avorlto Stuart iiolmes, tho brilliant younu Amork-nn leadlac man, the iilllj-fl-8 assembled afo thu boat known the couatry. Dainty Claire. Whit- no.v has an Important role, Henry Le- one IB soon in a nart of striking pow- or and other players of equal ability are on tho Ions cast of chnrtictore. l.nst, but not least (except In point of size) .is Little .lane Lee, the filfteti 'child actress whoso four-year-old lal- i cuts have brought audiences the mi- I 25c 85c 25c WE'RE READY TO SERVE YOU TOMORROW Westminster Market PHONE 1056 Charles Chaplin SPECIAL CHAPLIN MATINEE FOR KIDS CHANGE 1 Mixed Program. Weekly Comedy Drama Cartoon and "Seeing America First" See This and Be-Convinccd. Majestic, Tonight Sat. Nov. ID- AND SATURDAY MAT RADIATOR AND HOOD COVERS We Have Them for CHEVROLET TOED AND LARGER CARS Good Prices on Heavy Chains Baalim Motor Co. HARRY HOLMAN, MANAGER PHONE 1722 AND SATURDAY MATINEE THE MOST POWERFUL PLAY EVER WRITTEN Ten-Nights In a. Bar-room A Play and Story that ha> EJec- trifled Every Land where the English Tongue spoken. Over Persons The past season in New York, Boston, Pitteburgh, and Chicago have home testimony to Its. life like delineators of lolly, misery, sowlness and crime caused by Vice of drunkenesa. SEE The Terrific Explosion The Great Bar-Room Scene The Old Mill in Operation The Duel to the Death Joe Morgan's Reformation rhti Fatuous Gambling Den. The Grand Transformation Scene The Gorgeous Stage Settings. 75c, 50c, 25c SATURDAY, MATINEE Adults 25c. Children 10c. SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW Millinery at Special Prices SPECIAL LINES OF Outing and Trimmed Hals from up Lethbridge Millinery Co. MISS L. A, 8COTT, MGR. PHONE 457 514 FOURTH AVE. S. DELICIOUS "HOME MADE'' PEANUT Butter SOclfe That's all our "home made" Peanut Butter costs and it's both delicious and nutritious. Your boys and girls will enjoy your bread If you use this delicacy. Everybody likes it and see how economical its use will enable you to be. There is nothing more "tally" than good fresh peanut butter. And there are so many tempting ways to serve it, thit it never grows tiresome. ONE SMALL JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER IS EQUAL TO TWELVE EGGS IN FOOD VALUE. TEN CENTS WORTH OF PEANUT BUTTER WILL PUR- CHASE MORE THAN TWICE THE PROTEIN AND SIX TIMES THE ENERGY THAT COULD BE BOUGHT FOR THE SAME EXPENDITURE FOR PORTERHOUSE STEAK. Information given above, taken from U. S. Government Reportt. Bulletin No. 332. Only 30c a FROM T. ft Keith MANUFACTURER OF DELICIOUS POPCORN AND CANDY THIRD AVtNUE P. CO. ;