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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHDniDGE DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBEn 7, EVERY WOMAN HAS A RIGHT TO A You Can HaWOiie at once by ordering if from Your Grocer He Charges Only for it TlioT RICOL-VTOR -ahvavs makes quickly and easily a cup of amber is free from is healthful .It. is wjislied. filtration method, which is tlit most modern and lu-st coffer making process kiunvii. on pour boilinu- water into .he TllICOLATOR howl and IF t.ltors through The Trirolator is not an experiment. It is daily satishution all over Canada and the United States in pnvate homes hotels, c nhs. vestanrants. diniu, cars, wastes no t-otteo. Tho liquor lihcrs through clear and free from grease and impurities. It needs no inff and makes coft'ec quickly. THE TRICOLATOR IS A HANDSOME FIREPROOF CHINA COFFEE URN. AS ILLUSTRATED. WITH ALUMINUM FILTERING BOWL. The coffee urn is almost indestructible. It can be kepi hot on the stove. The handle is always cool. Pouring is a pleasure. No metal in contact with the liquor. .The outside finish of the urn is glazed hazel brown and it will match the color of expensive casserole china. Inside, the bowl is white! lined. There are no places where coffee grounds can gather in the alumin- urn bowl and the filter prevents them from reaching the urn. This means no coffee grounds in the cup. Tricolors keep perfectly clean without alien- I tion and they are simple in construction. Nothing can get out of order. Have the demonstrator who will be at L. C. TEEPLE'S STORE, "TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY of next week serve you with a cup of the best coffee you ever tasted. Then order the Tn- collator and have this ;'best" every morning. A FREE y, tin SAMPLE OF DOXALCO 50c COFFEE is enclosed with each Tricolator. If your grocer does not stock the Tricolator write to us. giving his name and we will see that he gets it.____________________ The A. Macdonald Co., Ltd. Letlih ridge. (Special to ihe Herald) "Taber, Oct. teas received In JIrs Thos. Sueddon. that her hlSbaud, Sergt. Snefldpn. formerly the 3rd C M R., had been badly j Tj9jinded at the front. Sergt. Sned- ddii enlisted early in the "vrar when Capt Dates, ho was killed in action, assisted m raising the 3rd G. M; R. j Tne "was a South African I veteran. Two weeks ago he wrote a very descriptive letter to the Times, full of cheer and enthusiasm. Word was also received thai Pte. Thos. Brand, another well-known lo- cal map. .has -been, jvounded. though it is understood, not seriously.' has also been received that Lieut. Lowe; formerly "With the Leth- bridge Highlanders, and one of the officers to be drafted to England, has. been sent to France. Lieut- Lowe was the first officer to leave Taber. He also is a South African CHAMPION NEWS Champion. Oct. Gill of (he Bank of Hamilton, left last night for Xanton. He greatly missed by his many Mends. The opening dance of the season took place last night. The home of Mr. R. Peterson has been saddened by the loss of two children in one Laree Amount of Copper Ueing Mined, But This Will Show a Falling Off iSperllil to the llcraiil) Ferule. Oct. vflilch arc said not lo lie sometimes tell uuplras- ant truths, mid they have boon known, under expert manipulation to dlstuil tlic truth until it became unrecogniz- able to its best friends. The report of tile American consul of this district for the qmiiw Hiding September 30th. it luken alone, would not be pleasant reading tar the opti- mist but when qualified by compari- son with reports of other quarters, the ligures contained are certainly not pessimistic. The amount of exports for tho last 'quarter show a decrease from those .of the preceding quarter of the total being as against J1467398 for the preceding quarter The li gurus for the last three quarters are S" 499 OGS Compared to the same [periods for 1914 and 1915 the) show a decided increase, as follows: iSl.564.3S2. and large portion of the increase dur ing the last three quarters was a re suit of an enlargement of the ternlor> 'of this consular district, which takes in the Greenwood and Tral smelters. The itemized statement re veals the shipment of pounds 'of copper valued at Goli values for the last quarter ran to zinc. SlliO.074; silver, G64. and lead to the value of Timber products to the value of i ?97t'92 were exported during the j quarter. Included in the lumber ments was 1.178.400 feet of white pine, which went to an American manufacturing plant which turns out matches as its chief product. The export of copper will show a decided falling off in-tho next report. Oscar Lanchuiand. manager of the B. C Copper Co. at Greenwood, who has 1 been visiting the Pass coal companies in search of a larger supply of that very necessary article, coke, states that his company has completed ar- rangements with the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. at Trail to treat the entire product of his com- pany after the first of November, when the'export of copper