Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATntD.VY. fi, 1917 THE LKTHBHIDGE DAILY HKJWLD PAO.R TlliniEEN Don't Stop To Count Them There are 250 of strong, rich from a pound package of Red'Rose. That seems1 a very' large, number, but then you must remember that Reel pRose Tea is composed chiefly of the strong, rich Aesam teas from Northern-India, which- yield an astonishing amount of tea essence. :'J Why I You can five generous cups 'from ;about one cent's worth of Red Rose. Doesn't it seem a reM' war-time economy tbi.uW Red' which 'and goes further? Record of First Year of Prohibition in Alberta Sliunlog d'ffcreuce between KMic arorage of (our years Bad 1915-17: t'illM Comic. 191M5 lyeara 10125 dec. 58% IMS .151 501 Mdtc.76% 78 ciec. Drunks 13 dec, 15.751 3.93S SS4dec, 7.517 1.S79 57 dee VupraolK U92 3M Drunks 1.704 Vagrants 581 All bffeaces agd many lads totruerlv Tort'tnl 10 sup- uorl tbelr ImilhWs airf-Mi IcfS.because Iht lallier Jrauk Blt.hn in'ailo are oilher golug lu srhuul (ir able lo (fiM buUer pmyloyincul. I cuualtler ILe liquor aci ii tra- move forward effecia II uot yel 10 uidmaie es.- ?K 571 4U 145 Drunks YairanU .490 909 121 i 68 a'lncludlDE cltli-B, town, villages and rural communities: fader, i KqUOr liquor Convictions ord. act i9fvlio, niidiuk thai lie could not sell his house, pulled ll.ilowh ami shipped It to Coiiada, apjiears lo lie almost In a class by itself..'-'1 1A HERALD WJ Take Your Bath in R porce- Iain or enamel (ub. [I Is twice an plaawnt and far niora Jul inrt aatWfcctpry. A Uib la not n IUXUT? 10 us cost Is concerned.. Wo ira prepared lo put one (ii your at a (iRUre whfch you by Us ra oder ill On, Walker PLUM8INO, HEATING AND OARFITTING Phone 511 41h Ave. 8.' Difference. decrease, Yagranin 1.201 DifTereuco, "'decrease, Sfind wft hare less lodny on our boohs t] at any ilmo In the'hut flfleen or teen years lhal I have ben In wholesale business In Edmonton (Signed) H. }J. Cooper, Al berla. Statement cf Bankt of Alberta Through Ihe courtesy nnd llori of Ihc general superintendent and chief the banks lu Al be'rla liavc been consuUcd. In lahuUHng resulla lliree Import- ant factors had lo be kept In mind; Increase ii deposits durlag tnc enormous western croiw; .probibitlon Tlie Usli li> lathy eRllmale-llic re- latlonahlp of the IflsL to the changed flnancliil comltHons. j The following 'questions' submitted to eRcli branch bank received care- ful- 1. Increased deposits: Is thc- Inflncnce yf jirohlbUltin? 1 i Payment of, Uoublful accounts: What Improvement' due [o prohlbf 3. Habitual drivers; restored cre- dit: U'hnt part due (o prohibition? Payment of irotcg, greater protnp- Uide; at 5. Wlmt financial or ol'her bencfils frotu, nrohlbitton .In your coffliaunliy? fitwccn two am) .three hundred ha responded: Results sallsfac- nil tliat could, ho dejlred.r 'Abundant- crops; groat prosperlly; Increased rfcjioalls, Marty, report prq- lu'bKlon played an-Important parl in Uila Increase. and doubt fn! acounts .ire bcfnE paid. Several bnnkR tllatinctly slate Lhfe'is (o prohibition. Habitual drinkers wlinac crcdfl was ..orlhlcfiR now', .thrifty, industrious, llepbfl sayS credit restored. proropllttidE In payment M noics mnrke.il. Dao in part lu and Very alrlhlng aro'Lhq hank reports o( (he benefits community. Tlie folloirlng arc fluMblibns: moro pro- rfUcffoQ. In cKIcif-wflrhlrip class, cfi- Jpy comforts. store ifc'CAtitita will) Money now has a 'different' value. lab- oring men who tliclr hAre'aarlrfM accounM. SnfiksjrreJI Yqr. prolilbltffin. CMtdfr >-Hsncit AncifrjKa fec'tlon oV.A. 0: geMfAl, (aipexilor, ad- F. p. b. 120-inch 40 K' p. Motor Sixes F. a, b Riciae 127-inchYVheeIbajB 48 h( p. Motor Fifty Surprises In the Latest Mitchells See Them No matter how you know Hue cars, scores of fea- tures :vvill surprise you in llic Mitchells, we believe. '''These are examples of ilic extra values which efficiency methods can give.. And they are line examples. All are pro- and John Bate, expert. And in a model p.lant, where up-to-date 'methods have cut labor cost in two. Wanted Extras have taken pains to learn what 'feallires men alid u-omin warit.i And they arc all in tlie latest Mitcliclls. Tiiere arc 31 features rarely found 'in cars'; These include a.power tire engine prirrtcr, re- vcrsiblc'hcadliglUs, etc....... TKcrc art shock-absorbing springs, found on Hrj other llic Mitchell the easiest-riding car. we adopted this [eaturcf-! not a single spring has broken. There are surprising lux tiautics. In the past year we added 25 per cent to the cost of finish, upholstery and trimming. There is heat-fixed finish which stays new. There is extra-grade leather which lasts. There is ii light in the toimcatl, .1 locked comportment, handles for entering, and countless-dainty touches. There arc all. the at- tractions our experts found in 257 show models r-all in a single car. nries and Double Strength But the greatest Mitchell feature 35 the 100 per cent over-strength. lu the past three we have doubled our margins of safety.' Safety parts are vastly oversize. Castings' art almos! eliminated. Over parts are built of toughened steel. spend yearly on radial tests and inspections. The result is a lifetime car. Two Mitchells that we know of have already Lccn run over miles each. B Smart Styles The -Mitchell line now includes eight exclusive styles. All src designed by our es- pcrts, and bnilt in our own body plant. They include open cars anil closed ears, con- vertible cars and sport cars, All. of them distinc- tive. They come in sizes, at tWo basic prices. No other cars in the Mitchell class offer so many appeals. MITCHELL .M.OTOKS COMPANY, Inc. Jiaeinc, Wis., U: S. A. Sixes TWO SIZES Car aad Limousi JI'JflQ-Coupt, JI6SO AH I'rlctj f. o. U Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE OF SEftVlCE Fifth Street South Lethbridge, AlU. News 'As resulrof (be prelimin- ary tests lieltl some lime rtgo, the ttlie pt prorfncJal debaters will he chosen from the following: Al. MUE- Vbv'lic'IiV.'A: Mc- Millan Inmap. The firal debate Id entitled, plara of motion .ptc- IlircJi In .educdllon. and' prornfaca Lo bn ot a' inlorcsLlng jmture. Tht exacL dale or ihn yol ,A rudtcnl, ctianse ha9 been tnadft'. of Judging, the wore Bp- IioliiE.ed! ID .c'nch tbwn, hul this tlinc Is nrovUlTiK u teain o( curcittl Jutjkei-' Thlfi scheme wlll.un- a. lot" dfgaatts- Tjrin IhMruclor CIco. lias Inllinntcrf lliflt ns ?onh as the sports afe.'oYeflhe Tenulnr caael work Will be cotnmenCcil. --This (ncludM flrstj aid traintnfi corps and 'for "tile, later ttii Ilomniba Orlrlrlee Co. some .handaomc trophies la each nor who frith eft qvsr fa-cfrtalii score. .Vatdrally .iporlj.fJaj' la Ih'ti prctlom- Nurit thought amongst oil iho-pllpll? CciitMl fs leaillnjf will, nol Mr.' JiroKn, o) was In (oifrn VUG hopes fit ronrsc of-n few fleyi. fhreihlOff in Ihc Qucdisiovn dis- trict )5 nearing conipteltan, ure illl whcul, which Is riiostly No. 1, from 20 to 37 bushels Lo the acre." K. II. Burner's wheat averaged 23M buslmls to Uie aero, and Mr. Islington's averaeo bush- els lo ncrv. Tho yield ao far is that of Uavtil noberrsbti, who airaversEe j'fcJit 0( 37 DlisH- els to the ncrc. j '_. Mrs, A. of Calgary, who Save trto vocal n urn hers at tlio annual meeting of tha local branch.of the lied CroFS.spcicly last golns to rcaltlo In VulcBii shortly, when will depose herself to gJrJng vocal and postraislcr, K, L..KIvis. w-a.i li.u ircch lit rtcnlpl of an auoJiynions letter wlifcli contained two money enclosed wag n, donation (o.th.e F Hclgfan HclteC fund, and not to. be used, for war purposcg. Stubborn Cough j Rlgftf prompt iintl action this 'Iricxricnaivc homc-mitra iir rttntklr healing tlie inflamoi or flvrollpn tntmlirnncs nf the throat, ;chfrt or brolichiftl tnbfa aod brctk- iip cOiiLhs. baa rausptt H to in TDQIC J LOGICS thnn any other! couch ccmrtiy. Umlfr its netlititf, 1 fO'dhinE1-Influcnco, chcjf. Hreneu loosens, becomw lirhliniz In throat ind TOU nicht'a restful sIcopV coldit arc cdnmicfod IIP il tn'2l l.oiiri fir Icsi; tfftuji, .wlioOpiiiK nilhrtlri or Tvhiltsr Amjhfl. 'To'makr Iliis Fptrndul cousli gjiUD, Jjtrilk1 wiih: rldirt eupir ftYMp And fJi'ukii Ihnroiiahly. Yftn ..liaTp family Bupril miit-h (tfttrr (fonirh 'fivnir tfii fotiM buy rHuly-.riW'fs -ftltie csfraot artd i-i known ifiij trorJH'J over for-its falo.. hctrtiinljr in Vii i'flrd 's oiitMtas J Ouaranl'iiM'