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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1017 THE LICTllDmnGE HERALD PAGE SEVEN OCOLATESiriSx Your discriminating choice of quality, y9ur'taste for delicacies, and your atlcntivcncss to her fancies, make a come visitor. ho Is vaiuly ondcavorliiE to planl Lhc But In doing BO lie he Bald: 'It ipy colleague Dion- dlu I abandon, (to vital oibcr'Frencli-Canadtang will cou-l il to succeed us 7' M. Scvlguy remains alone because nobody else Lo Bit bcaido Ulm." HamlUon Herald Hamilton, Ont-, Oct, t on (he Formation ol n unlou gov- orniueoL Iho Hamilton Herald Bays: "From today Caiiuda will have a genuine national goreriimc-nt organized willt a tingle cyo Lo the en- ergetic participation ot Canada ID the world TV a r It will be a government to which members of both the histor- ical iioJIIlcul parties can give whole- hearted support. LI was lii com- hig but it la hero at last." Winnipeg Telegram Oct. Winnipeg Telegram says editorially: The Tcltgraiu, In common with cry good Canadian, every loyal British Bubjuul, sincerely hopes lhat the new government may provo to be as loyal, t-f-Hc, as efficient In the discharge iis vital duties as'its predecessor. "There are elements IT, Jfic new gov- ernment Ln which tho Telegram has 110 confidence. IJul Inla cloba not prevent tlio Telegram from honcsib hoping (bat Sir llobcrl Dordoa's Judg ment may yet prove lo be correct In particulars; Ibat those ot his colleagues whom (Ills paper now at5 because ol their records up lo i present, may cease to play the bll- ler partjp e c1, aud will give Dial loy- Press Gomment On Coalition Frsnch Comment Oct. 1'allfc. Come :.lhou 'rllh us nnd we will do (tico good. LATTER DAY SAINTS Charch of Jesus of Lattc Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and'12th SI. S. Sunday a.m. Qacrament p.m. Primary 3-p.m Relief i p.m. Vleltora Always'Welcome. Slihop Geo. W, Geen, tOH Snd South. PKorte 1W3. THE UNITED CHURCH ,.0 NOHTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. B.A., Pitlor MieSIONARV1 10 -MccDng Wr Boys Girls, 11 a.m.: Mr. AVallaco Goforln 'wj giro n personal story .of forfeii 2- p.m. flnil I'rlmnry Dcjil, of Iho. Sunday. School. 3 p.in.'i Olhcr o( Iho Surida 1 School. 7.30: Mr. J. D.-vWllkic -will Topic, "The MlMloni." F Lfc.il' Church an ECEIPTS FROM SOUTH ALBERTA FOR THE PATRIOTIC FUND Allot mcD( fur 12 month Sept. low Valley...... C.Of'b algary 'ardston 'ocLrano........ 'orouatlan...... and Drum lieller District Olelcheu.......-. [and Hills...... lljh lllvcr...... unls'all........ LHtlo Don-...... Medicine HcL 7.0Qfl 6.0LM> 7.COO l.uOO 1.001) 10.000 s.ooo 12.0 DO 30.000 5.000 3D.OOO lOOX'O S.M7.25 G.OOO Olds Creek ted Dsc-r Tlcdclifl tocky Stcttler Talcr Warner S.OOO 7.000 5.00G 12.000 5.000 S5.00U 250.00 10.01 10.01 S.OO 5QS1-5 559.15 8.00 17.00 1.5CS.75 The treat tfyat its lovers learn 'to exped; from a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE, is always realized to the full__ for "Seal Brand" holds its aroma and flavour to the lasT: spoonful in the air-tight can. ID >f, I and 2 pound also line ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk, igj CHASE SANBORN. MONTREAL. ?roYlnctal Government Em- Staff of UolvoraUy of AlberLa 1S5.12 Contributions 37.00 nteresL.............. 54.02 fund. I252.S7. Administralian piponses paid Lj" provincial government. 1'. TUHNKU BONK Secretary President. XumLer or families assisted, Xumbcr o[ Individuals assisted, by Amount disbursed, Administration expcosea yald MAKE CAREFUL SEARCH NOW FOR SMALL CUTS Vi'llh MIG summer motoring season about over, It Is ait opporlune time for automobile tires lo receive a thorough Inspection, so tbat llicir full mileage may be obtained without Interruption. "Watch for the small cuts." advises [he service racnager or a local rubber company; "spot them irben they are smnll atiJ liarmle's. IT they aro then filled vrilli a good quality ot B-JIII rub- ber ihey will Lc prevented from de- veloping to the stage TV he re injury (o (read, ami fabric would re- sull. "Sautl anil -ravel eat ttielr way rap- idly inlo the. heart oE a tire. Upon, reaehfp? ilie fabric, real trouble for tho motorist dcvciups end a' blow-out la Inevitable sober or later. Plugging up a small cut la a very simple mailer requiring only a mo- mc-nt of time, yet It Is auro to savo many a disappointment and many n, dollar of lite value to iho mau vlio watches out.1' support and approval by public opln ion In Sir Robert Uorden ka imL through a piece of sound slates maship in brlflKliiE the guir bchvcc tlie artificially divided parlies. H is given the lead to nil loyal citizen 3 Ed together for victory in llie 1m c or llic powers democracy agafns he powers of absolutism." Sydney Post Sydney, N.S., Oct. n the union Sj'rtncy ost Fay's In Patriotic Liberals will rejoice with atriotlo Conservatives In all parts n( anada over, the good news oiues from Ottawa that complete.sue- ess Iras crowned Robert rirdcn'sMo'ng'Uierishcd', project of orming.a can ap- eal wjlh confidence to Canadians of parlies, for a mandate to marshal nation's resources ajid to utilize licm to tho limit in the allied cause." The Y. M. C. A- campilEn-will be he ulE thing in l.cthb.ridgc next month. .It has been expected over inco negotiating -Trilb thejfclly for.'lak- ng orer the 'building ipon. The matter was thoroughly dle- cuaaed'and definite plans. meeting or (lie directors Thursday night. The directors jn.'con uliauoo iviHi Western ScCrelan Ballantyne ami havo finally decided o campaign'on November-10, fhe fact thnt tho general revenue la more than meeting the general ex penso makes (he ivhoJo project .en ragiiiE. Tho nim ot Hie campaign vlll bo .to raise onc-Ilfth of go to word tho war luntls of Iho Y. M. C. A. to rrnmolo the splendid work bcJnj carried on al tbo ronl. The directors were- optimistic hat the amount would be raised. Mr. Hallanlyno will be here to assist and supervise. There was n big docket of business before last night's meeting, all of which was put through.--. Ollawa, Oct. W. Odrd on (Ralph Connor) was entertained al dinner list evening by Premier Uor- den and the mcmbera ot the new oJial pOTCrnniCnl, Dprlng the c'oursb ot Iho orenlng, 9ir Rob Wado reference to Iho Bottlers Canada, and high tribute to thn lien who had given their lives for cause and to Iho men who were still In the tight, and those colnp.' In replying, Major Cordon alalcd that H was' n great dny tho history ot day thai would bo re lerrcd to aa one of7 the greatest days All days were great because of the at war and widening IssueB. Tho shjnlncanco ot this act of 9Ir Robert Harden'.ssd his assistants would be missed unless a vory long yJew -wos taken, of it. The new union govern- ment. Tras a great tribute to Ibe pat- nil those who were, con- cerned. Those who had given up their parly Liberals who hftd cotnc In nnd Baoritlced Ihelr per- eonnl friendship, their liretong affilia- tion and especffllly their arfcctfon for llielr old leader. The spirit that they Had shown iras Ihe snmt> spirit shown hy the boya at tlio front who h'ad made such great sacrifices, It wns Iiard for Ihft- members (a break with Ihclr nnd ihcir.oL Ility could rnol'forget itie thousand a that had serercd their con ncciron-wUh flH that Ihoy held Ihcfr fRmllfcs and homfrs, their, wires nnd chiMrcn. All thlg hiyl been ni'crl flcod for tho'gieat for which they were (Ijhllnj. What Buys Even Nowadays Under Mitchell Efficiency Methods Mitchell smaller a inch. wheelbase.H Itj-has a 40-horsepower motor. It has nearly all, the Mitchell" extras, and our lOOi per cent over-strength., in four new- st-le bodies. See It-will be a revelationi _; -lo make'-.th'is'a lifetime car. A Marvel in Value No other car this size and" '-class sells at now. ,-IiIitchcll Junior, like the' 'larger-Mitchell, is built to'I lie standard'of 100 per cent ov'cr- is twice the.usual .margin of safety. It has all the Mitchell luxllry and -style. It has about all the 31 ex- Mitchell cars incliide. It has, like all Mitchells, the Bate shock-absorbing springs, .which have never yet been broken. And now it comes in four new styles of bodies, including1 Club Roadster, Sedan and Fifty Surprises There are fifty sur- prises in the new Mitchell models. The extra features -extra, strength are among them. How we give such values at Ihcsc prices is the marvel of: thcs timers. In the past three years we have doubled pur margins of safety, tikoclbkte atid'H hFeblr developed 'oiclor. IT.b (2195. Also TeffTl Car oad LiofroAljre, XHocb Srtm, I liM 25 percent, to the cost .of f and trimming-. in- Delude nuinerousrwanted .which many cars binit. sia I AU through factory 'due to Johii'W. Bate's efficiency, methods. All thrpugli a factory built and equipped to'.minimize labor cost 19 New-Style 'The fall line of Mitchells in-" eludes 19 new-style bodies'. All designed by famous experts, and built in the Mitchell shops. This is the largest line of like 'class in motor- dom. There are open and closed cars of every popular style. There are several new, types of convertibles. are sport cars and speedsters. No other line on exhibit today offers so many .aUractions. _Comc and see them, j MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, Inc. RACINE; WISCONSIN, s. A. 3.' A-. Sixtt TWO SIZES Bijou Motoif rarlors i HOUSE OF SERVICE Firth Street South ;