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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT LRTHHTUDGE DATM JIF.RM.D SAT141DAY. OOTOBEH 20, "We never have coffee ,at our house, because I can't make good Hayes you ever Started right With' Ghase Sauborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE AutomobileNews MBMTOBUYM X, 1 1 posit-! Whole DC- ttmjnJ lor Pe rcolaion. Never In bulk. iu CHASE SAN BORN. 101 CHOWNIELLS TALES OF AltiOFAYEAl! School News The mistake a mau can make In buying an automobile Is wilh Ihe Idea ol trading It out nl Ibe end o[ yetr. II ihc car Is worOi f-M'.zi muacr st ouEhl 10 run two or three years, ur even more ami sllll be valuable. A far depreolales more the (Irst year lhan It will any siicoeedlns yfur; so. If the owner (rades Jl pul afler rurnlnfi 11 a yeir, be Is bound lo lose purchasing the vrlie's (or.Ihe recent on ll. Ot coarse, Ihere are some Isporls day. This will be arranged care ibai the owner begins to lose ilor In the near tutura and Ite pritH! mouey on Ihe inlnule tbo license 'will be awarded al an early date. plates are attached; bul. l( the car ever was any Eood, the longer It Is Extensive plans are being made (or the Soulhern Alberta Teachers' con- vention which meels Lere torameoc- liiE Nov. S. More emphasis this year will be In order to-. raaKe things, more Interesting the School boys have challenged the Clarrsnolm School to a basket ball game. Tnts played off same time as the' girls from ClaresboUn come down lo plly the local hutklti. run, (he more you are making on your Investment. The cadet at the School regular work, officers' train- Ing classes commence next week. No placed oa practical.wort and ibe fur- ther instilling of the principles of pa- triotism. Ths Foremost inspectorate wilt meet'litre ihls year for the flral lime. OwlEg to the lack of accommo-- ,horILltlve mt ol officers baa yel datlon asd the expected large oui DUi the appointment ance at the convention, ll Is being j flf HLftlubolham as captain, arranged (o billet tic T is I tors al Ibe homes ot any cillreas who hate room lo spare. The prcgram 's I has Under the able leadership ol Miss completed, but will be ready (or puh- lira t Ion early week. The sports committee met Thurs- day .ercDlns to se.ile the mkltor ol GIBLS! ICKEK AND Try ThlsJ Your Hair Gels Wavy, Glrssy and Abundant at Once. To oe poEsessed of a head of heavy beautiful hair; sott, luslrous, fluffy, vary and free from dandruff is merely B matter of using a lit lie Danderine f It is easy and Inexpensive Lo pice, soft hair and I6U of It. Jual get a Email bollle of Koowllon's Dander- Inc slores recommend with- in ten minutes will M an appear- ance or freshness, :nuffi- ness an jloss and )u5lret and try as you will you CID not find a Lrace "of dandruff or falUng hair, but your real surprise will be after about fwo weeks' use, when, you Dorothy Stafford, the High School orchestra Is lading ne-T 0us battlefields "of Vlmy Hldse and la Bomnie. U was. his own oMer- itloo and tbe oueervfttlou of many of hizh rank In Lhe British ,nd Canadian armies who'know ihat vhlle the armlet may be dlslntlgratlng there U a lot ut rejhi- ance left In tbefai yat. Tho IJrlllsh ound Lhla out Iu the last pusb Iu Iho 'landers Una. Dr. Chown In his fteld uniform ectured at Wesley Methodist Church ast night, under Lhe auspices of tho .Vcslcy Fntcrnlly, te.llug a. vivid story of stay al Uie front. S. J. Shepherd occupied the ctalr. A Better Understanding. Dr. Chown went over on the Olym- pic which carried 0000 soldiers number of American officers. Hdii. Mr. BHlfour nleo aboard. During IheJr trip Hun subs sink steamers wllhln a mile of them. AnoLhcr sub supposed to have been sunk. On board drill was Ihe order. U thrilled him, ho said, lo see the American ot- tlccrs Join with the Canadians In the dally roule marches.1 It wiped out the last 'vestige of suspicion botvrcen Canada and trie United' States. "Our school books ere'" responsible for teaching our boys and girls a lot of Injurious flcllon regarding" the rela- tions between Canada and the declared Dr. Chown. "Tills has been tho cause of hard feeling in the but hereafter our under- standing will be Written In deeds and eealed In the mingled blood of our brolhers-iu-artus." Saw Air Raid. Dr. Chown wiis in London when a >ig air raid was staged and wheii a iomb which fell nol very far from ilm killed several yecplc. He 'was in reland when the fidn Fclners wcl- omed their releaseJ polUlca. pris- oner friends.. He BKW nil" the Can- adian camps in England but one, and nosL of the Canadian hospitals. HuL C was ou his trip to Lhe Canadian boys In France that be dwell, peaking of Vlmy Hiclge, Dr. Chown declared .Huns rtltln'l glvo IL up know there an for bad attack which geulug worte. cteed there, TLioy aro rough but their hearts are la (lie rlglit "Hie boys bellove Christ a gor-d Buort." "And I didn't sec a man who didn't bellove in conscription. There IE UlilMJliavlOUS it. Tilt) B larg at the.front know bul sacrifice. They kuow notlilng of parly politics. If wo lived lives as brotherly .is boys ut tUo front. Ibpra woulil uo profiteers us. at homo must we careful that HQ llvo Lind acl so R.S to ltd worthy of calling them "Our lioya." A vote of LhauKs was by A. tluchanau and seccniled by Dr. lllvcrs. used (lid sho hud been ablo u nmko by her mode of tilio nerllcd no ladulgente. No iiosslbta between charity cvud y WHQLt HUN FLEET.' 1'elrocraU..'' Oct. entire ihird and fourth ot; tbo Gorman high soaB fleet and probably u tho fifth btiuadrou vartlclpatcd It) the operations lii tho Gulf ot ItJga, according lo au official statement from the HiissUu udiulrnlly loalght. Tlte three comprise two liilrJs of i'uo Uermau fleet. Among tho units WAI iho battle cruiser Jlolike, uf tons, and several Hut Vast Was Acknowledged Ger- man Spy A Convenient Range The Kootenay Range has a rentilated oven, with nickeled drop d6or, tested thermometer and fluo systea that directs the- twice around the oven. The pates are easily shaken, dampers hautiy aad fire always Under perfect control. Write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE LOXDOH TOROBTO MOilTVXAt WUCOPCQ VUICOBTU ST. J01IK, H.B. HiMILTOM CUXSiK SAitlTOOH EDMOHIOJt For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. You Like to Earn or Daily the Year Round at Homef The Hosiery Trade Is Boom- Tng, and the Demand far Ex- ceeds the Supply. We Gladly Tske All the Good. You Cin Send Ui. We mult have mon it once tft help.ui keep pace whh the eXmind. Thf Auto Knitter H ttrtt en fivinblt termf to nliible peracna, ind w< fumlth full Initrucllcnt how to Knit KK, etc., also all yarn needed, and aillr iMmtd; Alrto Knitter ll ipeed rnachlni, and worta iy tumlng a handle. Our fixed, of fmy 'guarantee you a itMdy Incemi the year matter whert you bvt. afun larfely IncniM thl< ky working fee c'vitwiMrev Waritlng erther or isan thie 'pleaiant omploynient breugtrl to rninj wkera In own homea, ind Ihtulel till ume for you. .Write today, ie In for full raUa of pay, and eee what family can now earn at hfrnfo. i loto-KnittEr HosiEry (Casada) llinltiiil DEPT, 257 COLLEGE iTHEEf, TORONTO. Paris, Ocl. Associated Press today askoJ Jules Canibon, goneral eccretary to minister of Foreign affairs. If he had ECCQ Ibo j attempts of the German prega In Folut out similarities between Lhe ejeculloii of Motallarl and Edith Cavell. y.. CaiuboD Tlie German audnclty In daring to compare Mata-Harl wllh Edith Cavell surpassss belief. Jllss Cavell was a woman respectable and respected aud devoted to charitable v.-ork. She wns shot for aiding llelgbn soldiers to escape to Holland. This In German oyes, may ba B crime, buL not ono that, endangered their army. "Mafa-Hari was a couclcsan. II was proved she ivas a spy and the cenlrc of a spying system. Her cor- respondence showed tliat she .receiv- ed money from Berlin. She herself admitted that she was ono ol Ger- many's chief splos In France who fayf arifl cy.lndere Is, easier foir the loll lo.woric up to the piston, UM fhiet stroke, when (he A heavier lubricant is needed copdUlon. Manj- a cardefl-a good ofl CAT think ed the'motor, tie mU Uke'laT rb iisint; tbo llijht-i1 grade So choose u oil o( tbe right body fu motor." lubricant will burn wllhou rinf any residue. It Is altered by lie 'manufacturer to .remove all Ira carbon, asphalt and .other topuri oil, th ru.e being the deeper the color ,Lhe more Impurities 11 Her acalu the only teat one catf apply; Id' see If It will carbonize tbe; i If we heep the oil Wt the.right level and choofie the gride advised'by the manufacturer andJt persists In Ing-tie cylinders, then it must'be dU- carted as for the motor., A very Important requlremenL Is I tat the oil should be free from that la, chemically neutral. During the rirocMB of reflaing certain cbemlcils are UEed. These are sup- posed to be removed, as even a trace of free acfd will etch the crank J OTTO ils. Boon' causlbg ruin Lo tbe bmrrafi- I Study yenr olllnf Bystem, I your oil. track'of your mileage, compare ncXtM vlth other motorfEU, and will gel reEulli. AUTO OWNERS r. DO YOU USE Miracle Oil it win Give YOU 50% MORE POWER% 25% MORE MILEAGE It Is a carboii elttulnator. Uao 2 or. lor the Ural-4 gallon's, find 1 or. la S gallons or gas there'- alter. A cnurl sells for 52.50 and IE fiulTlelciiL Tor 100 gallons. Call and let us tell you about It. WE GUARANTEE OUR RETREADING AND VULCANIZIN3. CITY VULCANIZING SHOP SHULTZ RITCHIE. 817 TH IRD AVENUE SOUTH. yielded will of thg feat thai From Ihe he E.UV In [nrjous MITCHELL Aft A LIFE-SAVER A near accident look placo n few diji when a Mitchell touring car, driven by Leo Hamel, of Uur- dett, while 35 mllu hoar. The was qulle rough find In Lrylng Lo turn Ihe .car out ol Lhe rut without reducing IU apecd, l< turned complelelr over, landing right side up. None of tho sir occu panli were Injured or. thrown from the car. Two others wbo were rid nr on the rnnnlnff wet-e ILghlly shaken np. Aa for the Mllcnoll llself, except for a broken and a bat tired top, U anstnlned no Injuries ant i till able to run around and lake u. After this performance, It would appear that the Mltche.l Is parllcu larly adapted for "doodle-buggl IB described by "P, recenlly In Toronto Saturday Nlghl. All would Lo do would be lo pu up the top. THAT U. 8, REPRESENTED Parts, Oct. loda on the announctmenL from Wish In i ton as to the poSBlbllfly of the UnlCe lfti, In the nei allied conference, Jules Cambon, eral of Hie mTdklry of fo Q "We are.nol men 1y dcslroua of aeelns tho I'nltc aialw participate, but anili nartlclp (Ion H abBolufely glvo Ihe ejscnllal Importance of a rol Ihe United will play ndt onl In the war, lyut In Ibe will (ollow.T CHEVROLET leture. on_ one 'night had witness- -HlE word pic- blg'artll- guns, the set- pnd- advance ot the Gjsriiian up Ihe llun signals for lielp.1 was and thrllltns descrlplipir-of yalD as" .11 really Is. On the 'nlghV'lp Col. Sam Rijd Jlls ballnllon went over the lop for this-First lime. They rought back-53 rnrfsoaers, and won any decoratlo'DB. next" mornlrig r. Chown ordained' five young pro- atlonera.In. a, Hlllg., camp morle leatre. One ot'tliSae men hag glncc iven up his life. Wanton-Work. In the afiernoon Dr. Chown went i an excursion with Stewart epersenlatlvei of the Canadian Press, n all, he travelled throagh 10S Drench towns, one third ,'of which ullirly destroyed. On his vlalt the Som'lne he saw the beautiful rcharda Ihei Huna had. cut down In heir m.trcit. He vlatted' tholr Oug- whlch wcri built for pennan- ncy os It (hey meant One ilng about Ihe Canadian dugouts hdl they arc of con a true lion If they meant lo push ahead. Probably It Is a symbol, The doctor lao visited Yprea. Wherever the luna get peeved about anything they trafe YprcE. They were shelling IL he day m. Chown vlalted U. The Side. Speaking of the religious sfde of he boys In this great struggle, Dr. :hown said they were all rcllrlous In hat they believed In a supreme ir. Generally speaking1 Uie men who BLAZER io dreater Motor Gar Value i A mm M AD after re.ward the dally use of Abbey's Salt eat and enjoy a square meal without tear. tlih and (ha itomath, the and prom o lei Hood niftbejyou Alt I j i From the standpoint of dollar for lucre's nol Q car made which offers more for your, money lhan Ihe fonioiis Chevrolet Four-Ninehj A. N Before (he Chevrolet was made in Canada, good cars were all high in price. But our mammofh production' and manufacturing efficiency enables us lo sell the Chevrolet A ot a price much lower lhan its value when.compared wilh other makes 'c ot cars. "--ll. With Ihe surplus power'developed by Ihe fnrhous'valve-in- head motor the owner of a Four-Ninety A invariably is Ihe i "trail blazer." Sfnndard equipment includes speedometer, clcctrii siarling and lighting, nmmeter, oil indicator light equipment, one man lop, demountable rims, non-skid tires on rear wheels find many features usually looked for in cars much higher in price. Chevrolet Four-Ninety A OSKAWA OU ROADSTER f7 VKERE ARE CHEVROLET MODELS IN ROADSTER, TOURING AND SEDAN BODtEB THEM AT YOUR NEAREST DEALER V 'v CHEVROLET MOTOR Of CANADA v r J OSHAWA, ONTARIO arnr alranehnl RCGINA CALGAHf LIMITfiD FOR 8ALE LOYALLY BY BAALIM MOTOR CO., LTD, ;