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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY.. OCTOBER. 10, TI.IK LETIIBRIDllR ..DAILY FIVE WOMAN HAS A RIGHT TO A TRICOLATOR You Can Have One at once by ordering it from Your Grocer He Charges Only for it PHONE 1224 V. -i-iy -if all Ciiniub Mil tlu, U.iital .1, 'i ing and makes collco quickly. THE TRICOLATOR IS A HANDSOME FIREPROOF CHINA COFFEE URN, AS ILLUSTRATED, WITH ALUMINUM FILTERING BOWL. The coffee urn is alrno.t indestructible. It can be kept hot on the stov. The handle is cool. Pouring ,s a pleasure. No metal comes ,n "h. liquor. The ouflde finish of the urn is glazed hazel brown and t C I match'the color of expensive casserole china. Inslde the bowl whHe: lined. There ar. no places where coffee grounds can gather ,n the alurnlr 1 bowl and the filter prevents them from reaching the urn. This T coffee ground, in the cup. Trlcolators keep perfectly clean without alien- tlon and they are simple in construction. Nothing can get out of order. Have the demonstrator who will be at the GOOD COMPAN1b STOKE, TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY serve you Avitli a clip of the best coffee you ever tasted. Then order the 1 n- eolator and have this "best" every morning. A FREE lb. SAMPLE OF DONALCO 50c COFFEE is enclosed with each Trieolator. If your grocer does not Htock the Trieolator write to his name and we will see that he gets it.___________________________ The A. Macdonald Co., Limited 'l ne teachers will sew at the lied Cross rooms tonight. Mrs. D. IS. Wilcox of t'ardslun. Is spending a few days with .Mrs. II. Sir' Clifford and l.udy Kil'ton and i Mrs. .1. W. Slfton will roinain in Kr.jr- i 1 land this winter and have lakell bouse near London. Mrs. Tom Long, and little diiush ter, Marion, returned home today at'-, ter -spending a. few weeks in Calgary. Mrs. .lames Shorin, with her ter Itosu. left on afternoon i j to visit her son James in Grayson.' Sask. Miss Mary Hall who iias been spend in? the summer months with Alias Miriam'. Stoltze. returned on Saturday morning to her home in Fargo, N. n. Mrs W. .f. Armstrong and children and Mrs. A. C. Itaworth and children; left this morning to spend tho winter j in Ixillg Beach, California. The Women's Civic club ladies' j gymnastic and swimming classes i started this afternoon nt US at the 1 Y..M.-.A. Another class will be held tonight at 7.30. The History and Current Events de- of the Mathi-sis club will meet tomorrow afternoon with. Mrs. W. .L. McKcnzie, I'.'Sd 5th Ave. S., at three o'clock. have been received 1 in the city of the marriage at Seattle j of Miss Miriam Tracy, second daugh- 1 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Tracy. 1 formerly of this city, to Mr. Virgil Unvhead Askren. on Oct. lltli. t t f Mrs. George Fleming and children returned today from a month's trip to the: coast. Mr. Fleming went to i Calgary on Saturday 10 meet them. CLARKE'S Can Best Supply Your Fall Suit or Coat, Your New Skirt or Dress Miinv mlvjiiiliigt' which .-iccnii' In K iiiiiiu: hero. Yon have choice hr-iv ol the iaru'esl iniiividiial slock of rcudy-to- wciir li'iiniKMils shown in Southern Oulv C-iiiiadji's leadin.U' iiiaiiiil'jicl.iirers arr- senled in these slocks and only if.....Is (li worth and llioniim'li dejKMidahilil.y are shown. Only Canada's leading manufacturers are represented in these stocks and only goods of Stirling worth and thorough dependability are shown. Not a aarment bought here is shown in any other store in this city. We eveg'yTne handle for Lcthbridge and you are always assured consequently, of that exclusiveness so much desired by women of particular prices in some cases are slightly higher than former seasons. Mr. Geo. H. Van Allen, formerly of accompanied by Mr. G. P. Simmons. motored from Edmonton on Saturday. Mr. Van- Allen will visit in the city for three or four days. Mr. Simons I will remain in the i-ity for a mouth on 'business. The following cable received were put on. HANDSOMEST SUITS 1 Serges and Cheviots to Broadcloth .and Venetian Broadcloth Suits, and Worsteds! V. V.V.' 'to colors. Sizes up to 46. KEAITHTL COATS SILK SEKGK DKESSES Handsome Plush Coats Tweed Coats.......... Plain Boucle Coats---- Black Pony Coat to S47.50 t? to ..........S65.00 Handsome Taffeta Dresses A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR to ATTRACTIVE NEW SKIRTS Fine Serge Skirts to Splendid Tweed S10'00 Handsome Silk Skirts to REAOY -R ,t. MAKE ALTERATION At the Majestic In 'speaking of Aladdin, his forth- coming production here, IIf. Whyte ex- plained that the old country pantom- Mr oco H Van en, lormeriy 01 piameu inui schoo.s teachii, staff im, j brought up lo the minute and the ac- lion being interspersed with bits o[ satire on the. fables and follies of the day. i i The setting always remains the China. For there, anything I may within and without In Mr. Whyte's Fall produc- action ponltive, hut gentle. Millions of mothers keep.this harmless "fruit laiatlve" handy; they, know children lore to take it; that it.never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweet- en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given a sick child to- Aslc your druggist for a n.O-cent bottle of "CallforniaxSyrup of which has full directions for babies, children of all ages on each hottie: Beware of counter- feits sold.-hefe. See that it is Fig Syrup Company. Re- fuse any other kind with Advertisement; "I SI IS 1CDMAMC London, Oct. travellers from "According says Cbuvcbes at 8 p.m., esumony meeting. Pentecostal at 8 prayer and the word. Thursday jt S p.m., special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. At Westminster-Tonight at eight o'clock the scholars of the Sunday- school will be shown a series of lan- and translate the Bible into the lan- guage of the country. Once this has been done the missionary can accom :ern slides in the church. Tuesday night, the Queens of Avalon will meet. Wednesday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting. Thursday night the Willard. W.C.t.U. are holding a social in the church. Friday at 4.15 and 8 o'clock, choir At Wwley The women of the church sew at the Had Cross rooms on Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday ev- ening mid-we'ek services will be con- ducted by the pastor. Friday at 8 p.m., the choir practice will be held instead of on Thursday. At at: eight o'clock, Christian Endeavor meet ill Women Weakjun Down- day Finds Health in a Simple Tonic People In Lethhridge will begin to believe us when we say that our de-. licious Vinol is a wonderful tonic and strength creator. Here is another case where it has proved its wonderful power to over- come weak, run-down, nervous, anae- mic conditions. was run down, nervous, and could, not do my work without being entire- ly exhausted and would without any apparent cause. doctor said I was anaemic to help me. My husband brought home .'a bottle of Vinol and I began arove after taking one bottle, and after aking four bottles it has built me up o I can do all my housew'ork without lelp. I recommended Vinol to a neigh- bor who says her doctor approves of t and said 'Vinol is a wonderfully good tonic." Mrs. Bessie Hering, West Philadelphia, We recommend Vinol to our -custo- mers as the greatest strength creator we to the beef and cod iver peptones, iron and manganese jeptouates and glyceronhospliates, all contained In D. Higlnbo'tnam Co., Ltd., Druggists, -I.ethbridge. Also at the best: druggists in all Al lerta i colllulumici view 'winter campiiisn. rccora-1 ,lrmy. The Kaiser, in the guise of a mend increase' following supplies: purse and extracting therefrom .the golden sheckles, yen. kopecks, cen- uiry notes etc. The improvement in stage effects With-1 gone steadily on until stage real- Exchange Telegraph Company's Am- a .remark the vestry. Tuesday at 8 p.m., teach- ers and officers of the Sabbath school meet the manse. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Bible: class and prayer meet- ing in the Wednesday after- noon, Red Cross sew- ing at the.hbnje of Mrs.--.Geo. Goldie, 538 S'tT.'tt'north., Friday at 8 p. -chbir-'pFSctice. At Uie church sew at the Red rooms." at 8 p. m., Bible: Thursday at 8 choir at 3 p m., rallV held. La'ter ol the meet tomorrow! 2.30 at the home of -MrtJiB.- Ostlund. Genealogy and art will idesstudied. At St at S p m.. parochial association. Friday ai 8 p.m., intcrcessional service, follow- ed by choir .practice. At St. at 8 service. ThurS- hration of holy KOREA IS HOPE OF plish something by his efforU. iniib Buuc in the is'in many ways woildeifliL the people among whom the mission- Winning of Bartora u i. arv is laboring the work is practically attraction which will be at tie Majcb tet The British and Foreign Bible; tic next Wednesday nigh only U.H- s i society has therefore done a great exemplified. When Harold Bell Wntlit I work for translated and printed gave to the world this ideal story o tho Bible In 497 of the 600 languages the great West, readers- lintb which the Scriptures have bemi nia word picture of a sand stoim translated. line desert. lii the morning Mr. Miller spoke at '.Wesley church, where he lohl of the j wonderful development of Korea since it has come under Japanese control. At. Starlantl ed Greenwood and Frank- lin'Ritchie never appeared to better than they'do in Julian La Motiie's powerful love drama "The. In- ner Struggle." Deeply in love with Mir'a Hamilton, Dr. Stephen Grant is the victim of a handsome young spend- thrift. Harry Elliot, who succeeds in discrediting him m the of his sweetheart and moirung het h mself Grant determines to bring about the reformation of hei husband ho le sonts his inteifeience and oecomes deadlj enemi Mira mismteVprets bis actions and an intensely jntere ting plot develops which enables the two fimous stars to rise to the greit heights of emotional acting so well suited to their This pictyii, i aprjearing at Star land- tonight and tomorrow II: junior brotherhood of St. Andrew; S o'clock Dorcas society. Thursday at ildered a serious form of blood poison ROYAL YEAST i emtury; tMhM with VMM Will mollt lonur that nwM with other, M that full wi Mwlly iw mi IMf will ucoM Int. m EW.GIIiETT COMPANY; vUMTTED A TORONTO. 6NT. That Korea is the hope of west for the Chrlstiamutioi of oast was told the congregation- ac. Knox church last night by Mr. Hugh Miller, who for years has been representative of the British and Foreign Bible So- ciety, in the "land of high, mountains and sparkling streams." which is) what Korea means in the' language of the country: Mr. Miller is touring Canada on behalf of the society, telling of the magnificent has accoriiplisncd in Korea, and of the opportunities before it.there.'" Unlike the Chinaman, com- mercial, or: the Japanese, who are military, the Korean is of a literary turn. This does not mean that they are. all educated. Few :of them are. But those 'Who are educated and can road the Chinese classics are looked up' to as the great, men of the king- dom. The' Koreans are also highly superstitions, which makes the .work of the missionary hard until .thip- in- herent'trait is overcome. they embrace Christianity with wonderful results. In thfl northern Presbfrtrmn mission there are about eans, ot whom have heervbap- tizod, while the Christian church has more than followers. .O'.ie significant reniartt. made by tho speaker was thaf'he' would'Promolo "union" in foreign .lands in .or'der that all denominations might get together It bears the Seal of Purity All over the world the name Sunlight .stands for purity iti Soap. Our guarantee of Purity is something more than an adver- tisement. It marks the high standard we have set for ourselves togive you the best laundry soap it is possible to produce at any price. "Ridpath" Clothes "THE READY MADE SUIT OR TOP COAT CAN USUALLY BE DETECTED BY ITS IMPERFECT FIT. ITS MATERIAL MAY 'BE OF GOOD QUALITY, THE AND COLOR OF THE FABRIC MAY BE PLEASING, AND EVEN THE STYLE MAY BE CORRECT. BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF RIGHT LACKING. Ridpath The PHONE 730 Style, Fit and Service 407 FIFTH St. S. lark K. Swan, .when- he dramatized book knew thai this scene- A Sand in the Desert-was essential towards tlie success of tlie play. He told the producer the importance and so the very best stage mechanics were put to work. They completed the work but il'-took the combined ingen- uity of the -scenic artists, pia'ge luics and electricians a long time. At the Empress Valll Valli, in "The High daring story of modern life, which has j absolutely'thrilled every audience oh-j Fixes-Sick, Sour, n Five Minutes. SfSoap Afit LLEAN British Columbia this year has an excellent crop or good clean ap- ples grown in clean orchards. Your grocer is now getting his share right from the orchards in the sunny valleys of B. C. When you dig down into a box of B. C. ap- ples-you will find ev- ery; one as good as those at the top. B. C. apples are good all the way through. Get a B. G. Booklet Learn the names of tlie varieties to buy fqr winter storage and tio'w to prepare lOfJ tasty apple dishes. The'booklet tells how. Write, for a free copy todSy to W. E. Me- vi.Tageart. B. C. Fruit Slatkets Oommisslon- Alta.' BUY THfiM BY star has been a favorite in New York and London ever since she was seven years old. and she brings to tlm part.; tremendous emotional ability and her own wonderful beauty and charm. "The High Road" is a .story of a girl who las gone wrong, but realizes that the tralght road is the right road and de-, cides to reform. With a really good L.KO comedy, the show at tlie Bnlpress tonight is hard to equal. At The OrphR'-ini ATTRACTIVE.PANTAGES BILL SLATED FOR. TONIGHT fjne of the most bills yet shown is tonight at. the Orpheum. The is Ro- sisla, Ihe charming little piece of hum- anity who defies the strongest men to lift her when she wills otherwise. She weighs in at only 98. but it might as well be 1098 for all that men can do to lift her. There is another act thai is a top- liner and this is Geo. Primrose, and his minstrels. He has seven all-star performers, including a high-class quartette and comedians who have won their spurs in competitioi the best of the universe. You don't want a slow remedy when; stomach is an uncertain or a harmful stomach, 100 valuable; you musn't injure it with he best ol tne umveiae. Other.. features are Gilroy, Haynes tion picture. with drastic drugs. Pape's Diapepsin il noted for, its speed in giving relief; its harmless- ness; its certain, unfitting action .m regulating sick. aour. stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and .other stomach trouble has made it famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor in- your it a large i fifty-cent case from any drug store and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them, if -what they eat lays like lead, ferments and sours and forms gas; causes head- ache, dizziness and nausea; erucla- duns' of acid and undigested food--- remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin. coihes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its prompt- ness, certainty and-ease in overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a reve- lation to Ihose who try and Montgomery in the singing com: edy, "The Good Ship' Nancy Le'b and Mae, Jackson in a bicycle nov- elty; Webber and Elliott in a patter- and ringing offering and a comedy mo- Important Announcement to the Ladies of Lethbridge- I have instructed Mr. Frank Wadding ton to sell my entire stock ot Millinery, Hats, etc., by .Public Auction on FUIDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 20th You are invited to call at my store on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday' nex.V-'Royal Bank Building, selsct your fall hit .and then own pnce -t il.. T-s-s be positively no reserve price Every item of stock goes Miss C. A. Cooksley ;