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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD .THURSDAY, OCTOBER EVERY WOMAN HAS A RIGHT it) A TRICQLATOR You Can Have One at once by ordering it from Grocer He Charges Only for it always makes quickly and easily a cup of amber coffee which i> free from srouiulsaiul isliealthful. It is easily washed. The Tricolour works on ihc new filtration method, winch is the most modern aiffl best coffee making process known. You simply pour feoilinn- water into the TRICOLATOK bowl ami IT iiltcrs through. TheTricolator is not an experiment. It is giving daily satistadion all over C'annda and the Vnited States in private homes, hotels. ubs. restaurants, dinimr ears. etc. It vasti-s no eotlee. Ihc liquor hlters through elear-and free from grease and impurities. It needs no wntcli- Ing and makes coft'ee 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 kept hot on the stove. The handle is always cool. Pouring is a pleasure. No metal cnmss 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 whits lined. There are no places where coffee grounds can gather in the alumin- um bowl and the filter prevents them from reaching the urn. This means no coffee grounds in the cup. Tricolators keep perfectly clean without atten- tion and they are simple in construction. Nothing can get out of order. Have the demonstrator who be at The H. A. McKILLOP STORE. FRIDAY. SATURDAY and MONDAY of next week serve you with a cup of the best coffee you ever tasted. Then order the Tri- colator and have this "best" every morning. A FREE y> Iti. SAMPLE OF DONALCO 50c COFFEE is enclosed with each Tficolator. If your grocer does not stock the Tricolator write to us, giving his name and we will see that he gets it._____________________ A. Macdonald Co., Limited LethbrUlge. MARSHALL1 TERAUCHI New Premier of Japan, succeeding Count Okiuna who 1ms resigned. RED CROSS NOTES The following is the report of work done from Sept, (J to Sept. 27: St. Augustin's W. surgical shirt, 4 abdominal binders. 4 pillow slips, 4 T bandages, i St. Cyprian's W. day shirt, 1 j surgical shirt, l' pyjamas, i! slings. 7 T bandages. G many tailed bandages. St. Patrick's surgical shirts. G abdominal binders, 4 pillow slips, G to'.vels, 4G T bandages. surgical shirts, I slips, G towels. 2 11' T band- ;es. "2 many tailed bandages. Wesley Ladies' Aid surgical shirts, l1 pyjamas, '1 abdominal bind- ers. 6 pillow slips, 0" towels. '2 sheets. 1 pair surgical stockings. 1 nurses' apron, l' handkerchiefs. IS T band- ages, 4 many-tailed bandages. Central C. T. day shirt. 2 surgical shirts, (i handkerchiefs, 1 bed- side pocket. 10 T bandages, 2 many-l lailed bandages. Knox Ladies' surgical shirts, 2 pyjamas, S towels, 0 sheets, 10 T bandages. 4 many-tailed bandages. Children of 1 T bandage, .3 many-tailed bandages. Eastern handkerchiefs. 4 bedpan covers, many-tailed band- ages. Art Needlework T band- ages. (From Our Own Corrc-spomlenl) Nobleford, Oct. local branch of (he Hod Cross Society held Ha an- mini meeting hist night and reports presented by the chairman, secretary treasurer and superintendent of work were very gratifying. Some urt- icles have been made ami shipped and a number more are in the r'i's makes a total of nearly on 3 mmdrci! per month since the society was or- ganised hi March. White Liiko Uul'ci made New lands Keho 70, Al- bion Kidge 0. the balance of 293 being made in Xo'uleford. The society :ir- ranged lust night to adopt a prison T of war and hope to undertake n li-.rgcr responsibility in this needy work in the near future. Arrangements nre also being nvi'.de for shipments of vege- tables, butter, etc., to the convalescent home at Ogden and for other forms of service. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: Chairman, Kev. W. C, Marsh: 2llrs. 0. S. Noble and A. S. Ituchtm; secretary-treasurer. Miss R R Cole- man: superintendent of work, Mrs. Swailes, with a strong- committee of seven ladies, Mesdames Stewart. Tack- aberry. J. McDowell, 8. minis, Gilbert, J. Clark and J. K. Gleason. Free to Pii( Sufferers of comfort ness spread over the con- tinent by the Janious Pyr- amid Pile Treatment is traly ra- -marknble. A FREE trial 'convi nee anyone'.who Broilers from itchlnz. "bleediHg, ,-p rot rutting piles, hemor- rhoids and other rectal troubles. Get a 50 cent bor today ol any druggist or mall coupon -for trial. Take SEVERAL. .OBJECTIONS TO DECISION IN KELLY CASE The Appeal in the Famous Manitoba Affair Now- Being Heard at Ottawa Ottawa. -OctJ. the supreme cofirt this afternoon, H. H. Dewart, counsel for Thomas Kelly, the Winni- peg contractor, continued his argu- ment in the case of Kelly vs. the During the course of his address, was not concluded, Mr. Dewart voiced a number of objections to the judgment of the court of appeal, con- Ticting: Kelly. His main objections were: That inflammatory and im- proper observations had been .used by R. K.C., eCMmse! for tfcE crown, to the jury: (2) As to'comments, lack of proper directions by the trial judge and his substitute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PTRA3OT> DTHTG COMPANY. Pyramid Building, Marshall, inch. scad a. Free sample of Pyramid PUe Treatment, in plain wrapper. Naroe Street Citv..'. One of .the tests of a good bread baker is to bake big, close-textured i loaves, and, at the same time, pro- duce a body oE clean, creamy-white appearance. When bread turns out a dull or darkish color ihfx chances are, cheap inferior flour has been used in which are particles of dust, fluff or lint. charge resard in tenses: theft and false pre- (3) The judge's failure to mention facts favorable to accused; (4) "As differences between offenc- es and the evidence supporting dif- ferent offences; (5) Wrongful admission of evidence relating to earlier events and later conspiracies, and otherwise wrongful- ly admitted: (6) Questions relating to the pre- liminary grounds for quashing of the motion. The appellant asks to have the judgment of the court of appeals for Manitoba, reversed, or alternatively that he should have a new trial. NICE WHITE LOAVES How Is Best to Make Them St. Andrew's surgical shirts, pyjairas, 10 abdominal binders, 2 bedside pockets, 5 bedpan covers, t! fomentation wringers, 12 T bandages. 3 many-tailed bandages. G. I. A.--5 surgical shirts. 12 abdom- inal binders, 4 towels, '2 sheets, pair surgical handkerchiefs, ti -bedpan covers, 5 T bandages, 11 many- tailed bandages. Latter Day surgical shirts, 1 pair pyjamas, S1 abdominal binders, o pillow slips. 5 sheets, 2Vj pair sur- gical stockings. 1 nurse's apron, 2 bedside pockets. 4 icebag covers. day shirts, 3 surgical shirts, '2 pyjamas, li abdominal bind- ers, 5 T bandages, 11 many-tajled bandages. Mrs. Gordon Watt. surgical shirts. Mrs. Washbrook, 1 day shirt, i! sur-, gica-1 shirts, 'J pyjaaias, 2 nr. surgical stockings, 3 nurse's aprons, 2 bedside1 pockets, 4 bedjackets, (J T bandages, 6'many-tailed bandages. -Mrs. Broome, S surgical shirts, 3 sheets, l hot water (From Our Own Corrftspondctit) Cardston, Oct. Vickery, of Glenwood. died suddenly on Saturday afternoon the 7th inst. The deceased had been in poor health for the past two., years, hut his end came finite suddenly. He had been out walking in the morning complained of a pain in his side and shortly after .taking his couch was found lying dead. The funeral was held at Glenwood on Monday, the services being in charge of Bishop Leavitt. For a time Mr. Vickery lived- at Culdwell, but afterward -moved to'Glenwood, where he went into farming. He leaves a wife, two sons, Arthur and John, and one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bohne, Death at Kirnball Word comes from Kimball that the infant child, .aged 3 months, of Mr. N'ephi Nish, died on Friday last from causes unknown, as the parents were unable to obtain the services of a doc- tor' J "British Sailors' Relief! Fund The eveiung service in the taber- nacle on Sunday was accorded wholly to the president for South Africa, Rev. S. Bacon Hillocks, of the British Sail- ors' Relief Fund, lie was assisted by Geo. Hoadley, M.P.P.. of Okotoks. In the absence of the mayor, W. II. Steed took the chair. NEWYORK APARTMENT RENTALS As it is impossible 10 see these in the This high-grade, pure, Kirkham. 1 surgical shirt, 2 pyjamas. uniform j Mrs. T. F. Kirkham, 1 surgeon's coat. A page advertisement in a New York paper gives one a good idea of the relative rents asked for New York apartments. It begins with a palace on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park; apartments here range from In rooms and 4 bathe at a year to 24 rooms and 9 baths for a year! From this one can descend to the bottom of the page to an apart- ment on Eighty-first street near Lex- ington Avenue, consisting of 4 rooms and bath, lor -Most of the apart- ments advertised rent for and over. flour makes clean, creamy-white j Mrs. Robert G surgical shirts, loaves of Oh, sues delicious flavor! 2 pyjamas, 9 abdominal binders. pil- ami is full of the food value so nee- low slius. 6 towels: Mrs. .7. S. Stew- .ind is full of the food value so nee essary to build brain and brawn. Advertisement. A POSTHUMOUS HONOR Rupert Brooke, the English poet low slips, 6 towels. _. artr 4 surgical shirts, 3 nurse's aprons. .Mrs. Sandbach. 3 surgical shirts., 2 pyjamas, 1 pair surgical stockings. Mrs. Hugh Taylor, 7 surgical shirts. 14 pyjamas. Miss Van Heck, 2 pyjam- Commerce (per Mrs, THE FASHIONABLE PYJAMAS n who not long ago met a soldier's j surgical shirts, 4 pyjamas, death, has been awarded, posthumous- j inal binders, 2 pairs socks. Coalhurst, the Henry Howland memorial prize i 3 surgical shirts, .1 pyjamas, 4 abdom- o'f by Yale University j inaf binders, 3 pairs surgical stock- every second year to "the citizen of any country for marked distinction in literature, line arts, or the science of government." NEW CONNAUGHT TUNNEL IN SELKIRK RANGE ings. Milk River (per Mrs. Ernest War- 4 surgical shirts, 4 pair surgical stockings, G bedside pockets, 0 icebag covers, 7 T bandages, fi many-tailed bandages, I pair socks. Sorosis Society of Crystal slings, 7 T bandages, .5 many-tailed bandages. The report of the cutting committee is as follows: Mrs. John Scott, 12 day shirts, XI towels. Mrs. David Donald, 6 helpless shirts. Mrs. R. S. South and Mrs. Robertson, 35 pyjamas. Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Roy. 233 surgical shirts. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Good- hand, 35 surgical shirts. Mrs. T. F. Kjirkham, 7 surgeon's coats; Mr.% Fairley and Mrs. Hicks, 30 pillow slips, 36 sheets. Mrs. Hicks, 45 tow- els. Mrs. Fairley, 11 nurses's aprons, pr. surgical stockings. Those knitting socks are as follows: Mrs. McCliire, 2 nr. Mrs. John Crowe, 2 pr. Mrs. Clifford, 1 pr. Mrs. Nelson, 2 pr. By comparing this report with those of previous months, U seen that the amount of work done is much less. The women of the Auxiliary branches are very busy with harvest at tliis time, KO it depends upon the women of the city to work even hard- er now than in the past, in order that our monthly shipments may keep up Lethbridge's good record. Only 10 pairs of socks have been sent in this month and socks are among the art- icles most necessary just now. Are there not more women in the city who rtiii ask for wool and knit socks to help supply the great demand? Mrs. Stoltze, Supt. of Work. The new Connaught Tunnel which pierces Mt. McDonald in the Selkirk range IB a marvellous engineering feat. The tunnel'was cut'through five miles of solid rock and saves miles of snowiJiedi curves. gfcows -the t? }he tunnel .with the mountain iu, the -jjadv'rouaA FACTO RYTO JT TWENTY BR4NOH STORES', HEADf OFFICE S. FACTORIES, TORONTO Seekers after Good Qualities and Choice Models of Slightly Used Pianos and Player-pianos COME TO OUR STORE, WHBRE THE ECON- OMICAL BUYER FINDS THE GREATEST VAL- UE. UNDER OUR SELLING PLAN, EACH GRADE IS PRICED AT A SHARP REDUCTION FROM THE COSTS WHICH PREVAIL ELSE- WHERE. LOOK AT THE BEST OFFERS TO BE FOUND IN OTHER STORES, CHOOSE HERE AN INSTRUMENT WHICH YOU ARE SURE S'OU WOULD PREFER TO THOSE OTHERS, THEN NOTE THE SAVING. YOU WILL FIND THAT THE BETTER QUALITY AND THE SAV-V ING ARE BOTH IN YOUR FAVOR. WE WILL SELL YOU ANY PIANO YOU MAY SELECT ON EASY TERMS; A SMALL CASH PAYMENT TAKES IT TO YOUR HOME. MASON LIMITED 5TH ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE' DOWAGER QUEEN AMELIA AT BRITISH POLICE SPORTS Amelia of Portugal shook hands with and talked to a number of British wounded at the athletic sports held at Richmond, Eng., in aid. of the-Metro- politan and City Police Orphanage. A WISE BREWER A leading brewer in Oregon, the Kansas Sity "Times" says, saw that prohioition was coming. ;He 'believed ir. the future of aud be- fore the prohibition law went into ef- fect he stopped making beer and equipped his three brewery plants to make the juice of loganberries, and the juice.of ripe ap- ples. Tlie public liked the new drinks, and the-three breweries :are said to be running at full capacity in producing them and to be employing more men than formerly. SASKATCHEWAN OFFICIAL DEAD Regina, Oct. S. Page, clerk of the legislative assembly, superintend- ent of the work of' orphans and ne- glected children in the province, for- merly an M. L. A., and widely known throughout Canada, died in his office at the parliament buildings shortly before, noon today. Mrs. A. Latorre, widow, of New Haven, Conn., lias just completed her 20th trip to Italy since the war began, to see her fiancee, an Italian artillery lieutenant. Tlie nightgown Is old fashioned. You must positively retire costumed in brocaded crepn: do to be In style. This fetching night attire Is of pale pink brocaded crepe de chene and topped with a dainty lace night cap. The trousers are slit 'to the knee and drawn together with rib- bon. Style and Good reasons why you should buy the D A or La Diva Corsets These "Made-in-Canada" Corseti have all (he style and workmanship formerly found only very expensive imported coraels, yet their price U most moderate and is made poiti blc only by a splendid equipment tod large sales. There it a alze and ''atyle to iuit you. Sole! by moil conet tores. Dominion Corset Co., fifarmfactartn Quebec, Montreal and Toronto BED ROSE ;