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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MISIIAU) PAGE ELEVEN I I EVERY WOMAN HAS A RIGHT TO A TRICOLATOR You Can Have One at once by ordering it from Your Grocer He Charges Only for it ThoTRICOLATOR always makes quickly ancl easily a cup of amber coffee which is free from groundsancl is healthful. It is easily washed. The Tricolator works on the new filtration method, which is the most modern arid host coffee making process known. You simply pour boilinn- water into the TRICOLATOR. howl and IT lilters through. IH not sin experiment. It is giving daily satisfaction all over Canada and the United States in private homes, hotels, clubs., restaurants, dining cars, etc. It wastes 710 coffee. The liquor filters through clear and free from grease and .impurities. It needs no watch- ing and makes coffee 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 comes in contact wfth 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 whltei lined. There are no places where coffee grounds can gather In the alumin- um bowl ahd the filter prevents them from reaching the urn. This means' no coffee grounds In the cup. TrlcolaWs keep perfectly clean without atten- tion and they are simple in construction. Nothing can get out of order. Have the demonstrator who will be at J. JOHNSTON'S, 13th Street N., TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 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 SAMPLE OF DONALCO 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. TK I A. Macdonald Co., Limited 'Lethb ridge. PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. if. .VjcJiols' Ralph, who Is ill will] scarlet fever, is progressing favorably. The art departnienl of tile Malhesis Club will meet on Tue.silay at 3 p.m. at the homo at Mrs. JI. J. Gibson. Mrs. A. C. Messer left Friday afler- noon for Vancouver afler an extended visit to her mother, Mi-.s. J. Adams. The Tag Day in Calgary on Satur- day for the British Sailors' Hcliet and; Nalional Service Committee's funds netted J1800. Mrs. White's section or the Robe- kalis will meet at the uontc of Mrs. O. Matson, 412 12th Street 11 North, to- morrow at 8 p.m. t Capt. Charles P. of tho 172nd battalion, B. C., spent a short time in Calgary last week with his cousin. Major Percy Shaw, when on his way to England. The lj. O. R. A. arc having an open meeting on Thursday, Nov. 2nd at 8.30 in the Moose Hall, to which all Orange- men, their wives and those interesled In Ihe order, are invited. Mrs. W. S. Adams returned on Sat- urday after spending the summer at her former home in Frankvilie. Ont., and other eastern points. Mr. Adams went to Medicine Hat to meet his wife. Mrs. 11. E. Skeith entertained on Saturday night for her daughter Anas- i lasla. Twenty guests were present! and, spent a delightful evening play-j ing progressive games. Dainty re- freshments were server! by the hostess j at Ihe completion of the games. i tEbteWeeh in the Churches Aux. will meet instead of in the at-1 't JW-Tternoon: a 'crusade a -spe-! cial rally of all ladies interested is REPULSE RUSSIANS asked for. A splendid program has been prepared and will be followed: Berlin, via London, Oct. 23. by a social hour. The Ladies' Aid in-: repulse of the Russian vile every adult member and adher-' forces from the western bank of the congregation to a Hallo-1 of the river Narayuvka In Oa- we'en party with appropriate program ncla has been completed, aajri and- refreshments on Tuesday night, fy of the chirfch every Monday afternoon at the Red Cross rooms. Wednesday 8 m., Thursday at 8 p. -Tonight at flight o'clock, Young People's society meet. The officers of the Women's Civic Club wish to announce to the mem- bers that invitations have been re- ceived from the Malhesis Club to at- tend the lecture by Mrs. Edwards on Wednesday night, and from the Board; of Trade to attend J. H. Woodsworth's lecture tomorrow night. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Cyp- rian's church Was at home to the other ladies of the church last Friday after- noon in the parish room. An Impromp: tu musical program-Was given by Mrs. i Long, Mrs. Cull, Misses Mela Wei-' I lington, Aileeu Jones and Hagell. Mrs. j i Phillips and Mrs. McMillen Sr. pre- sided at tho tea table. On Saturday afternoon, Oct 14th, Mrs. Solomon Trew" of Badger Lake entertained for her; daughter, Flor- fifth birthday, when thirteen A little guests enjoyed a Very pleasant j The hostess was assisted! the baptism will be ad- ministered next Sunday at 4.15. At at 7.30, Queens ofAyalon meet. Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer service, Thursday-at 3 p.m., the' WlM.S. are holding an At Home in the church. Friday at 4.15 and 8 o'clock choir practices. At St. at 8.30, of the.vestry. Tuesday at Adult Bible class, a., choir practice. At St. Andrew's iple's Soclet. ______o Tonight at 8 o'clock, Sunday school j meeting of the'" Sunday school committee on the Christmas enter- teachers. Wednesday at 8.30, the par- taiument meet in the vestry. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, annual thank- offering meeting of tho W.M.S. to he addressed by Mrs. Chss. McKillop. Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer meeting and: Bible class in the vestry. Friday at 8 choir practice. At afternoon the women of the church sew at the Red Cross rooms. Wednesday evening ser- vice will be conducted by the pastor. Thursday at S p.m. the Women's Mis. association at which a lecture will be given. Friday at 8 p.m., in- tercessional service-followed by choir practice. At St. Tuesday, Sunder school teachers' meeting at St. Mary's 8 p.m. Wednesday, Intercession ser- vice 8. Thursday, Holy communion, 7.30 a.m. Thursday, choir practice, 8 p.m. Friday, Junior Auxiliary, 4.15. At St. at 8 the. official statement issued at German army headquarters to- day. Athens, via London, Oct. allied powers demand a censorship the Greek press. This has brought about new complications as all press censorship in Greece is unconstitu- tional. After a cabinet meeting which lasted all day the Greek government stern warning to Sunny Dispositions and good digestion go hand in hand, and one of the biggest aids to good digestion is a re- gular dish of Grp-Nuts (Made in Canada) This wonderfully delic- ioils wheat and barley food is so processed that it yields its nourishing goodness to the system in about one record for ease of digestion. Take it all Nuts contributes beautiful- ly to sturdiness of body and a radiant, happy person-, ality. Every table should have its daily ration of-Grape-Nuts. "ThOTe'i Canadian postuih Cereal Go., oht. 1: Auxiliary. Latter Day ladies of the Relief Society will meet tomorrow afternoon to study Home Ethics, at Mrs. J. H. P. Green's, 633 12th Street South. at 7.30 p.m., i prayer meeting. Christian Endeavor on Sunday I SciBntlst-j-Wednesday at- 8 p.m., testimony meeting. Pentecostal' at S the press. Sir WEU.QS'sr Forwards Resig- nation to Premier Borden express his 'RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. If what you just ate Is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you-belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heart- burn, fullness, nausea, bad lasle in mouth and stomach headache, you can surely get relief In five minutes. your pharmacist, to. show, you __ the formula plainly printed on Ihese sympathy with Surgeon-General Jones, fifty-cent cases of Pape's DjapepelU, Sir William Osier has cabled fiis re- then you will understand why dys- signatlori from 'the Canadian Army peptic troubles of all .kinds must Medical Services to Sir Robert Borden. and why it relieves sour, out-of-order It is understood that Sir William may stomachs' or indigestion in flv.e min- go to Canada to speak In defence of jutes. .'Tape's Diapepsin" is harmless j General Jones: tastes like candy, though each dose i On his arrival home General Jones will digest and prepare for I will commence to complete the reor- tion into the blood all the food you jganlzatlon of', the Army .Medical Ser- ,11. ...wes you So to vices throughout Canada. table with a healthy appetite; bttt Colonel Wilson, Niagara Falls, will'wnat will please you most, Is that ydil i be second in command of the Medical will feel that your stomach .nd ' Col. Murray Maclaren, tines are clean and fresh, and you will nnorary director, Is reported an- not need to resort to laxatives or liver lifted to command Cliveden Hospi- Pills for biliousness or constipation.; u tulll haun msnv "Pnna'tt temi poi: tal. Sir Osier was appointed soon after the war began as honorary con- sulting physician the Queen's Can- adian Hospital Shorncllffe. Since thqn he has- been ah honorary advis- or W -connection wltfi: the Canadian severally In the old country. This-city will have many "Pape's Dlapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach prepara- tion, too, if you ever take It for indi- gestion, heartburn, BourneM, Get some now, this mlnutt, and rU renumbered by the little ones, who all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. In honor of her daughter, Mar- garet's, tenth birthday, Mrs. A. Asplin entertained a number of girls on Sat- urday afternoon at a box parly at the Majestic to witness the Bostonians in "The Rose of Honolulu." After the performance the party repaired to the hostess' home where supper was serv- ed at a table decorated with white chrysanthemums and a birthday cake ornamented with ten candles. The guests were Doris Stitt and Dorothy i Alexander, who chaperoned the theatre party, Muriel Allison, Ulrica Speidie, Beatrice Bernard, Kathleen Mueslis. Rena McQueen, Nettle Campbell and Aileen Cieary. Seven hundred and twenty-five dol- lars was the amount .raised by the tag day on Saturday by the Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. E., in- aid of the sailors and soldiers. Half of the proceeds will be given to the Bri- tish Sailors' Relief Fund and the re- mainder divided between the Tobacco Fund and .the Soldiers' Comforls fund.. The weather man was hot as kind as ho might have in the after- noon a cold wind kept a number of people at home. the j good work of the ladies, who made a house to house collection as well as j selling lass at the principal down town corners, the above mentioned splendid sum was raised. That the public are in accord with the objects for which the tag day was held was evi- denced .by the larger amounts giv- in comparison to previous t years. In fait the individual j donations were much larger mit there were not so many donors.' The tags, with a picture of a soldier and a sailor on them, -were donated by the Sailors' relief fund and the collection boxes were given by the Royal Crown Soap company ot Calgary. Judging by the number present at the first of a series of'the dansants at the Chinook Club on'Saturday after- noon, these affairs will be very popu- lar. Small tables were arranged around the room formerly used as. a billiard room and were occupied -all afternoon. Vases of red carnations were used as decorations, and a large Union Jack draped the entrance door. An orchestra was in attendance all afternoon and nearly every one danced. Messrs. R. T. Brymner, P..W. Penne- father and P. Waddington comprise Qiiforialnnient committee of the club and they are being ably assisted by Messrs. Donald Duff and R. A. Smith in promoting these social af- fairs, which will Include an informal dance on Wednesday night from 9 to 12 o'clock, and probably a ball next wqek: Those present on Saturday were: Senator and Mrs. DeVeber, Mr. and Mrs. Brymner, Mr. and Mrs; Peter Lund, Mr. and Mrs. Turney, Mr. and Mra. R. R. Pavid.son, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parker, Mn. C. F. P. Cony- beare, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. M. S. .McArthur, Mm. Gray, Connor, SECURE for YOURSELF ONE of THESE SPLENDID OIL PAINTINGS FREE PROFESSOR E. M. BURT Tin- urtisl whose fume is krown Iliroujfliouli tlio American c-ohtincnt begins Saturday, Oct. 21st, continuing Until Saturday Night, Nov. 4th We Will Give to Our Customers Absolutely FREE a Handsome OIL PAINTING These beautiful mid local landscapes and marine scenes painted on canvas or hoard llial ordinarily take days to_ com- plete will he painted in our window in from five to ei.u'ht minutes. This .Professor Hurts return and his work of such hisi'li quality and durability no introduction is necessary. The distribution of these famous oil paintings will be under the following conditions: With every purchase or accumulative purchases of this amount made between Saturday, October 21st and November 4th, you will be given an oil painting, size 12x20 inches. And with purchase or accumulative purchases of this amount made between dales, you will be sjiven an oil painting, sizes. inches. The artist will lie seen at work in our centre show window, daily between the hours of 10 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m. until November 4th. This will give you thirteen shopping days in which to accumulate the required amount on your sales slips to entitle you to one of these beau- tiful Oil. Paintings Free. All you. have to do is to save your sales slips until 10 or 20 dollars has been purchased, then select an oil painting. REMEMBER THE DATES, OCT. 21 to NOV. 4, INCLUSIVE AY'S'APPLE WEEK See Special Booth on Ground Flour or Phone 313 This week will be our apple show and sale week, afford- ing you a. most luxurious showing of B.C. winter apples We have set portion of- the ground floor 'space to eniilile our.customers I to see what.they, are purchas-_ lug. ancl also.. the wonderful assortment varieties that can- he grown by our sister province? 'We- name a few.of the well'known .species. "Spitzenb'ergs Rome Beauties Grimes Golden Spies Jonothsm Winesaps Joiiothans During Apple Week Your Choice at Per Case 89 Wagners Wealthys Winter Stem King Cranberry. Greciwva'y Mrs. Chaney, Mrs.' J. Home, Mrs, Tinning, Mrs. Kellog, Mra. Stoltze, Mrs. Rock Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Latterly, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Bu- chanan, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. Harmon, Miss Starkey Misses Macleod, King, Calvin, Wal- lace, Smith, Horne, Dowsett. Penne- falhei', StoltzeV O'Hagen Downer, Lt Blundell, Scrgt. Horne, Bomb. Whit loc'n, Gunners mlfl T.ynr.h- Stannton, Messrs. Bowman, MacBeth, Campbell, Horne, Stenhouse and Rock CAN'T TAKE TAXI TO THEATRE Berlin, Oct. It is planned to for bid the use of taxlcabs for trips to and from theatres, concert halls and other places of amusement. The taxicabs will thus lie available to serve more important, purposes. At the beginning of the war there were 2600 automobile taiicabs; now there are but 800. SHHBW IT Bonlcn, Oct. rec- rds ot the dental clinic at Camp Bor- den are startling. Throughout the summer' there was an average of 27, 000 '.under canvas, on Pine. .Plains. Dur- ing the months of July, August and Septeriiber, the dental officers here performed no less than opera- tions The figures show that tooth uerc extracted during the three months, while the number of plates inserted durln'g.the Sear's quarter was Not-every-man In camp came un- der the grasp of a military dentist, however. The statistics reveal the fact that soldiers received treat- ment during the first three months. This" number forms easily more than one-third of the 'troops here. NO WORD OF NEW o GOVERNOR-GENERAL Ottawa, Oct one here knows when of Devonshire, the new general, will arrive In Canada.' It was said liothlun had been received, and no news was expected until after he nad'" actually- sailed .'v, ;