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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, OCTOBKll 27, 1917 THE i-rrninninni; DAILY IIIWALU PAGE FIVE I I Might TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK? HAVE I MADE ANY PHO. VISION FOR MY !-'AMILY7 WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOIt WILL DIE ALSO? THKJJKl'OUK 1 WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. (Dclnp n Corporation, Never Dies) FIFTH STHEET SOUTH LQTHQRIDGE, WHERE A DAY IS FOUR DAYS LONG Bible Students 'Meeting Tomorrow VS'ill be us usual, in (lie regular meeting place, Room 12, Stafford Block i 7.30 p.m. Subject: KrXGDOJI OF WHAT, WHEN, W-HKKK" Your arc cordially Invited to hear thli subject discussed. Thrj Bible tbat it will be The Kingdom of God which veil I restore peace to Ihc nations. ALL ARE WELCOME SEATS FREE NO COLLECTION I What Ihe-Press Agents Say Miss Dorothy Hcrnnnl, (ho accom- pllslicil ycung across whose versatil- ity has niAiIc licr.a favorite with Ihe millions of people who witness the William Vox photoplay masterpieces, has scored a personal triumph In Uruken In which sjie an pears wllli William Fariium rit (he Oriiticum ocxt week. The rule of I'rsul.i, u furjitsheil licr opporlunlly for most ad- I vajiljifjeously her power us an cruot- ncrnaj-d'fi varieil stage career Iliad lilted licr for the exceptional dc imancis made .upon hgr the latest I Kox iiliotoiri'ay 'success. She lias been an nctross alt her life. Her car- eer tlatcs from (lie time when she lior in'unuanc delHit at zatelli, South ,Mrlcn, nineteen years ago. S'JICE nirblevlng rlrnmatlc success. Miss Herunnl hns over the clnllzcA She has appeared In Knglatid. Australia and aH parts ol the United States In many stellar rdca, hut she lias never returned tn Soiitti Africa, for her of liff tarly" )Kc there" arc, "ns site ex- presses it, "nol (lie plcasanlest." The war pictures'" will lie shyvn tor the last tltno The Kiddies Thrive wonderfully on our high grade milk For the very young babies our milk is all thai IE required to j maks a complete and perfect' food. Fcr the growing younslcrs our milk with thslr cereal or- qravrih and healthy tiodies. Better, have us leave' n bottle at your door reg- ularly. It U clarified pasl- ,ciirlzed. Crystal Dairy Ltd PHOHE 1576 SCOH HI 11 FEAREO SUUS: SUICIDES IN MID-OCEAN E Picliire taken 12.IB a.m., Juno 22nd, from White Pass and Yukon route steamer ou Yukon River at Fort Yukon. ,T N Alaska there la a time when a day Is 'our days From the IStii la 22cd of Inclusive, tha EUU dots not U Is that vast coun- try on the'northwest ci lhe AuierK-an rout'noiiL Is called "The of the Pun." U fills ODC T.'lth strange tlirllls to be In tlic mid si of au open country at midnight and Iben src oil Sol lonlt at you wl'.b a sleepy eye peeps above the horii'ca. The far famed lovelluess of Alaska Is an Invliat'a.T to the tourist (o visit It. Thousands go Iberc annually. TraDsporlalioii facllhlcs are ronvc-nlcnl. 3orce travel thousanJa ol miles lu sec the iDvlgoralinf, Etmo3pherc, cndlers variety of mountain, rlvor, walcrlall, forest anJ glacier sceccry compensate (or the journey. .On many of the- plaini and valleys Hie '-3a'_ vegetation Is rich, and excclleut arc raised. The voyage along tbc P.iclfic coast from Vancouver to Huskies in an Alaskan village JflWi IYYEUVl'O tide i'i i of Milm Otl. 1--! Oll t-'cciti, furrier chief of Fts-IC ul tLc jr.--] States army, has arrlvc'J in j Prs'irr unil none (o the front. After lu< month as chief uf