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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBKU TUB HERALB PAGE SEVEH The flavor of Krumbles is V I the properties never bete hw wheat been so icioiisly prepared. Look this ignattife- CANADIAN HANKERS CONFERRING WITH Sill THOMAS WHITE ON CREDITS FOR THE ALLIES IX CANADA Purity in'cocoa means scrupulously cleaned cocoa beans, scien- tifically blended, roasted, and .with the excess of fat removed, reduced fine powder by a strictly mechahical no chemicals being used, the finished product containing no. added mineral matter. AND. IT .HAS. -A" DELICIOUS FLAVOR rie vn every padssgs y J ,A Booklet of choice ,X -Hide ohlyrby W ALTER CO, Limited o i i >7i' i Soldier .rnerta win appreciatg'your any other Gift you could send JU3T IMAQINE PLEAiED BE___ Nis DEAR ONES OB IN XMAS PARCEL. WE HAVE ALL THE NEWEST IOEAS AND SIZES, ms TO'HAVE THt'PLATE MADE AS IT SHOULD BE ABOUT'NOVEMBER The (From Our Own Con e5pondcnl) Oct.. Presbyter- Ian church filled ou Monday er- cntug on the occasion of (be auuual meet I tig of llio t'oalhurat and dlstr'cl Jted Cross Buclcly. President H. Dellart get up ted I lie cjtalr, and read llic various reports which were most encouraging Tho local society was organised on March Glli of this year and since dial lime no loss than has been "raised, while arlicles been forward. fTTQ.OO have been given lo tho 1'ra- vlnclal Hraueh In c-vsb donations for thu general work of the lied Cross mill smolder flSS given for the filling of kit bags for thy wounded soldiers. worth, of inalcrl-jl have been nailc up during these few montlis of vork. There nrc life members, 121 Sctlvc ami associate incni I praise' Is duo to the Jadlos ;u untiring tfforlB Lave made i results possible anil also to Mr. D. A. Currlo'whu lifci worked hard as The speaker was 1'rivatc U. Ever- ett of fledclllf who gate tuost In I cresting talk, lie began by ansn-er- Ing very effectively the various crlt Iclsina which arc sometimes heard ant! In (tils counecdon ho gave great so ID the officers of Iho Provln branch who a re'do Ing a big work at a real nersoni-l sacrifice. Tiic Og Oen Home at Calgary also caiuo for praise, aa also Hie Loildoii. Eng laud, headquarters, wttli its depart Jueiits and Ihe various phases of the work.at tho trout. Kvcretl thei went OD (o tell of his own experiences nt Yprcs and VJuiy nidge and gave- a graphic description of what our men uro doing "over His whole address was s tilled. ID the occasion anil did much lo Increase tho entlius L of nil who heard him. Tho oiti CCTS for (he coining year ivcro Ihen elected as follows: President, Hev C. .Marsh; vice president, J. B IJclIart nnd D. secretary treasurer, A. -Carrie (re-clc( L-cmimlltec, Mrs.. 3i Keith, Mrs Kandhmn, .Mrs. MacXeil.i'Mrs. Cunn lngr Messrs. J. I. MeDcrmotC L- Tuff, J. II. And. ShcrrlU. i 'oliowinj; the meet Ins refreshments were served, .tin national -anthem -being sung at, thi close of n very" successful meeting vflic collect Jon with donations .given ill llic me cling amounted lo' nearl ISO.CO. .Miss left on MonOa> nltertioon for Edmonton where ah' continue her studies. A nutnlicr of Oddfellows from th' local lodge motored Diamond CIl; on, >iqmiay ovening; and spent pleasant visit with (ho lodge of .tha town: Perclvalr Mr. 2. tL-Pcrclya ami Sirs. Abcructhy paid an aitto vis; loj Calgary on Mcnilay, returning q Tuesday. :Joe Tuff-left 'on Monday ?far E' monlon where he will Jolnjhe navy. There were targe allcntlances the rally day services nl Coalhurs on1 Sunday, Ihc church filled' liolli morning anil Qf'eninE The Sabbath school scholars ha charge In Die morning and n very In lorcstuig program was given. Kec laiions by Miss Marjorle Heap an .Aaiou Conk, a song by the lltlle one anil another, by; the Bolder .boys a well rendered. Mlsa. Glarh preside nl'tlic organ. In llie evening .1 ape lal Ilnlly Day .sermon, was preaclie oil" Ihc topic, "The Hone'of th World." Mrs. Robert Barrle and Mlsi Jane Harrlc of Commerce have been vlslt- ng with Mr.-and Mrs. Jas.' -UarrlC' !hla week. The clcclion for Villngc councillor ;o fill the caused some (Ime ago rcaullcd Jn Ihc following voles ncing nollcd: Dellart, U; K. (icrcckc, 3; spoiled, 1; a total of 18 allots bclnff cnst. juidtrstaiid that llic erection of local hospital will Lo proceeded 'Imineill.itoly. The-hospltal will be- equipped with 12 heels 'nnd will supply a real neeil, Mr. II. I'lumy Kipp hns 'licen confined to bed this.week.with George Albert ifftOamVD'iiTld White Were elected _r Hip Lclhhrlrtee "qongrcBallon on Sunday to" servo, on tho central bonrrt ol managers, Mr.AV. W. Goforlh of Trinity church Il-cirdlcvlllc, xiildrcsscd the local IJoy Scoirts troop on evening on hoy life In China. Next week In'acl- illllon' lo scout work the boys will lolk by. .colored lantern slides. Any uoys.of. eleven yearV'of ngo' or Over who -tlcalro to join glvfl .Jn th.elr TInine's once to tho Scoutniaaicr, Ked, Cross cornmHleo i .__ hold, llV monthly" In cluir'cli on Wednesday'next at S.3Q p, m. A requested AS tlicrc'wlll Imnorlpnl business. Donations'received llilg foIlowB- J. C. Tuff, ?25; t'lnlaf Mac- donnltl, J20. Mr. nml .1...Willies nro re- JoIcloE this week over the arrival of a Illllo ann. SPIHO excitement wns caused nl the Red .-Cross -ineeUng .on Mondajj wag mnrlc to the- em nhnsia laid on the work being-dnjvo by'" Canadians. The mover of tho ob JCcllan augjcKlcfl lha? Iho floclcly BliOuld come (n for mdre BIIP: pdrt'ns .thoy doingjthe-hlggcr worfr.' OpportunUy-. will hc.elyen.on October (h ery livo magazfuo by I bo eicrans. Miss Phyllis Farnam has begun f rec yesr? iralug couiso iu iiurslae Iho Gait learu that a delachuienl of tho roxlnclal police will be stationed era la the ucar future. .Mapy QVO felt that mail ought to be plac- d .here yor ma neatly and the aellon tho ileiiartuieut wJM'ba ayprcclat- d. Tbrrshlng operations arc proceeU- ig uirrrdy aud very lltdt more- re- mills 10 he done-. Threshing inch earlier this year ULd fanuerti re gelling Iu fcood shaiie for the MIL SMS T-iie Lethbrldjo Honservatlve ci- :cullve, ,ai a meeting" held Thursday ivenlns, announced (licir intcntlun if supporting, aa n wln-lhc-war can- flldale. Mr. S. Uall, who three at'o was noinliiated by lht> Conservatives of 'the rld- ng, as their standard Mr. )all lias issued (lie following tdJresa o Ihe electors of Ibis riding: In view of I lie' fact lhal Parliament is been dissolved and a general election must take place In ulurc, I wish to make clear lo ilia electors of the of Ilial 1 am supporting the filr toberL Ilordcn Xlnlon as he Ilavlog been chosen ,aliout three i-ears ago, by llic "supporters ot Sir tolerl Bordcn in tills constituency ai .heir canrildalc I have watched with keen" Interest the legislation of-tm ;ovenmieutk and -iin eatlsflcd id at ias on every occasion been actuated by the highest motives, and has al- ways had before him the welfare of Canada and the Empire. He ami his jovernment have" lice a called ujion lo govern this Dominion during the most critical period of its history. This they havo done with ability and tacl. They .hare, performed their duties In spite of onposlifoii, unfair criticism', unwarranted abuse from different epurces, and through div- erse motives. _Jn spite of tliis Sir Hoberl I! or den and Jils governrneiil have always acted.w'ilh falrnesa, aud without In the best inter- est, of Iho aiiil for the success- ful nroscculioti jot'- the war. Sir Robert Uprisen Is, now forcing a union government In order lo unite all the people of.Canada, aa well ns nil the resources of Ihe Dominion, iu ouo mighty clfort-lo win the war, I "am 'convinced ..tbjit our rjPremier Hnd'iiis entit- led, to .the- of. Canada, but'.llierc: those, .both In this! and other 'provJuces, who are not (only opposing the jvin-llie-ivar policy of-Hie eovcrnmeTitr but who wlllldo all In their iwwer 'to defeat and hamper tha.suc- cessful flroECLution of the consULuency has given nobly and freely-ittf Ma test manhood to 'the cause for. which we are figlit- ioK.; It has given loyally nnd1, im- grudingly of mouey in support of the J'alriollc, Red Cross and olher.wln- Ihc-war funds. It has given willingly ot the labor- of iis fine womanhood for the cause, nnd 1 icel: confident that both Us wo fiiid men will nioDlltz.e every re- source of Hie OomJnlon for Die suc- cessful- prosecution bl the war. Aa a supporter, of this governtuent policies Task the'co-operatlon f all electors, both women and.men, wiiatovcr tbcir former parly af- Illations may 1mvc support- UK me in Ihc coming election. I this statement In or- Icr tlialHhcrc may be no doubt fn tho iilnd of. any person aa lo what" my tion win be-In Hie coming cam- Society- and- plans arc made for a special effort to.that.end 'SflVgt- W.' A. Cunning p( the 6lh niltijion has been visiting with lila HHA' week "f In mo us balilo nnil hfren1 youttiled twice n )'lc. Jack ion, bl clh< I f.JAl l.'l. William Itlchard, of Js'analmo, DC. rnl at the home of his Airs. Thcoilerc J'osaum, at Medicine lat. When Bilious, Headachy, Eltk, for Sour. Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad 6el n 10-ccnl 5iox. 'Take R Cascarct loulglit lo clfanse your MVCT, Slomacli and and yfiu will surely feel great hy rnornlDg Vou men.And women who have head telio, a hml cold, aro bjlloiia, nervous, upset, hotbcred with R elck, cassy. disordered stomach, or have backache and'feel nil warn, out Aro1 -you) keeping your bowels clenn with merely ,-forcjng a passageway few days with salla or cnslor oil? ,Cascarelft Immediately cleanse nut rdgulate tho'slomnch, rcmovft (ho sour iintllccsled fermenting fdod ant foul giiECSi'.lafcc bile from Ihc liver And carry off the couattnatcd VJaJp Dialler nnd poison from th bowels. R Cascarel tonight by morning. A 10 box from your drug gist meftna heklthy. R, clear head ajjif for ntonlVs: Dbn1 foVjot the vOUCftNDOBETTER- HFNNFStYiWlLSDM In Ite''InUreats rt (lie Anrtf und A'Arr Veterans 'Society rind iiCMhe Sarrm thba for Ihe "KhakJ t BABY MINE DAYS Starting BABY MINE BIG MATINEE SATURDAY ONE SHOW-EACH NIGHT at8.30--0ne Show Nightly GOLDWYN, INC. Presents the SWIFTEST, BREEZIEST COMEDY EVER WRITTEN Screen Debut of America's Greatest Stage Comedienne Cyclone Comedy _Laufhs Galore ABY FROM THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE SUCCESS BY ..MAHGAKET MAYO- "BABY MINE" IS THE FIRST OF A NUMBER OF" MAGNIEICEIYT GOLDWYN 'FILM PRO- DUCTIONS WHICH WILL BE SHOWN ONLY MAJESTIC, THEATRE THIS; 'SEASON. IT WILL pE PRESENTED WITH PEERLESS PROJECTION THE BELGIANA MIRROR .SCREEN- AND EVERY SOUND EFFECT ,WILL "BE .FAITHFULLY REPRODUCED BY' A COUPS OF EXPERT STAGE USING TONS OF NEW MECHANICAL DEVICES. IN THE PAST, THE MAJESTIC MANAGEMENT1 HAVE GIVEN YOU SUPERLATIVE MOTION PICTURE SPECTACLES, SUCH AS, "INTOL- "THE uTHTH 'OF WHIP" AND OTHERS. rYOU HAY CONFIDENTLY RELY ON THE FACT THAT VBABY MINE" AND AJ-L OTHER 'GOLDWYN FILM SPECTACLES ARE ABSOLUTELY THE GREATEST PICTURES OX EARTH OTHER GOLDWYN PICTURES" TO BE SHOWN AT. THE MAJESTIC. IN THE NEAR FUTURE WILL INCLUDE MAE MARSH HEROINE OF "INTOLERANCE" ,IN "POLLY OF THE CIRCUS" MAXINE ELLIOTT GREATEST ACTRESS "FTOHTINQODDS" 'JANE COWL, THE STAR-OF "WITHIN. T.HE MON AND "LIL'AC IN SPREADING' DMVN" PRICES: ALL SEATS RESERVED 35c i. Saturday Matinee Adults 25c Children lOc 'MaUiwei :Children OCTOBER 11 th EXTRA SPECIAL At Uie Matinee, Saturday, SHOW THREE PRIZES VVIll. BE CIVEN TO MOTHERS OF THE BEST, DEVELOPED BftBY First Prize, Baby's Silvci- Loving; Cup, ON EXHlaiTION iM V, A. NOW. A EE OF WE'LL' kNowiv LOCAL GENTLEMEN. WlLL ACT, AS ;