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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'HiUY, SEPTEMnEK 15, 1017 This Trade-mark Protects Consumers This is ttfe red. white and green package which you have been buying qver eleven years. II IB LfiTlHJniDGU DAILY 1IF.RMJ) CORN FLAKES The increasing sales, year by year, prove that their good Qualities have been kept up to the sland- 'ofd since the beginning, and are appreciated by Canadians. To be sure you getKellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes', insist on this package. It is the original Refuse'all substitutes. (From Our Own Coritapan'Jtnl) CoaThinT Sept. annual mcetluE of tho coUEregallon of SI. Matthew's 1'resbyterlic church was held In tho c-liurcli ou Monday evonhiB at S o'clock-. The pastor presided and reiicrled mucli encouragement In tnc work In this charge. Tho churcb IIM had a difficult year, ror aooul sli months 'here- was no pastor am] during Hill year the slrlke.i liavo helv- ed lo hold lip Hie work. In vlcvs ol thcsa coiHllllous Iho financial report was a splendid one. The Larlles Aid have raised over Jl.lOO during Ihe year and In addition. (s other have built a manse which will be open- cd In a couple, ol weeks, almost dear debt. The cost abou 1300 The Sabbath school raised over 5135 and paid the of (ho-Janitor and flowers for llie church and necessary furnishings for the rhurch and manse. Over 100 scno ars arc enrolled and this- number will likely bo increased III Iho next few weeks. A new dfparlure decided upon at the meeting was llio election of a All Opinions Are Thai Measure lias Produced (Ircut fit for 1'rovince "J7STLAUPSON Vfroaj, Out., Xov. 1Mb., 1915. I suffered for a numUr of ycjrj if-.rn Riint Side zr.d Beit, from strains and heavy Tilling. l'fn I "I1 llorc ovc" s well ---to meAlKl lliat Toronto, Sept. lias bee.. dry for une year. In answer TO'a; re quest for n statement on Ihe first anniversary ol i.rolilbllion iir 11am llearhl, premier ol Onlano. said. 1 "We have now had iwcmy inontii> ciricrlenco ot the Ontario Tcinyicraiice 1 Act and I thankful to be able say that the operallun ol llie law; has i come up 10 my gre-aic-sl c-inccUV-on-i. iRciwrls from all parts ol Ihe llncc indicate Ihe success of Hie me as- j urc as well as Ihe great bcni'lils that are resulting from II. Hue very grat- Ifyine reeult ol Ihe act Is llie InercaMl elllclcucy ol workers of tills prov- ince in every brand, of iironuiiwii. Kmplovers of labor are unanimous u. i lhc opinion that our people are dolns more nnd better work today 'oier before This is a good thine lor Iho workers and families.and lor; -M. H matr-. vescent' The Battle'Creek Toasted Cgm Flake Co., Limited. 1 Ofiicc anil I-ondon. Unt. cral Motors Co. ol Poiltlac, Mich. demonstrating truck, one and on half ton with two and one-quarter to The dny of Ihe motor truck In farm uipaelly, was brought do communities la at hand, and Mc- Clcnat lian nnd Taylor of this cit the street yesterday- Alberta aBe'ney for the lhc D Dinnern in D. M. C.- ruck, manufactured by Gen-1 hour under Tilt) new oari ia aa _- liiirsl W SiMrto. Mr. Snow. Mac- NeH J.D. Koilu. W. Clark, 1'. IIJ.UW- ion'r K. J' Gammon, r. W. J. ALenietliy; West ,lge to be olecleil by (Hat con- ifaiioTi- noniiiK iiiiis. nousby. A Dlson. Mr. HulcWson was onlraously rc-clcclcd Ircaiiirer of o church, llov. W. K. Burns, ot t'lbridce was present anil address- tho congrepation, comiilimentlriK o various societies upon tlic-lr good I -wonder wrong with my Tea? F> f- Myl This certainly IS good Tea ork. Following the business meet I! refreshments were served by Iho dies ol Iho church. Miss Knowlcs. principal of the t-liool. lias returned and 11'.e ooms are sow In operation. ranson and Miss Stewart are M- oclaled with Miss Knowlcs on the caching staff. 1n. I ers-are nurcbasln: A big Improvement Is being has u the main street by lhc removal pi j mA (s 1 continued lo take thcm.anJ now 1 am enjoying- Hie best ol thanlu lo your I.AMI'SON. ]f you arc reading any Kidney or lllaiWcr or Stomach "I- rnil- trill. Thiiwondcrtuliruib medicine Trill do )'on a woilel of as it cures when even Ihinj else fails. We a box, C for 5Ue' At dealers or sent ou receipt of price by Limited, .OtUwa. purchasing ouints Ibis a sep n.eire-nuwcrsas-. llilng for llio country at a l.nie when all our encrgloa arc required to Ihe empire from ilrslruc-tiou.' Newlon W. Hov.ell. K.C.. Inader of Ihc liio Ontario in rerripi of the slroncesl testimony, from Kll ol Ihe prov- ince ol Ihe grejt practical benefits which Have resulted Iron, of llio Ontario Temperance Act dur- Ins the past year. results hive boon 50 satisfac- tory that large numbers of Inose WB were omrascil to Ihe adoption ot tho measure are now its warm support crs Thousands ol wives and children arc better clothed, heller fed and know more real meaning ol homo today than they ever knew be fore. Crime has been sllbstanlltllS reduced- the efficiency and eirnms power of vortB have been materially increased; buslnefs has been sllni- ulaled rattier llian depressed, and _ for Men WHO arc rjot gener- ally feeling up to the mark. A glass of AUBF.V'S even1 night and rooming will keep you fit like a new born. ft Stimulates and strengthen, the dijestivc 01 pans and removes from lhc stomach the causca ol nervous A Gn Hodairbe Btood for Women ABBEY'S SALT is the one beat tonic. Run-down sy- itcms, sick and bilious headaches may be over- come by the daily use of ABDEY'S night and morning. O; The only regulator that will steer you straight to health, clear the com- pleiion and ktcp yjJ pbs'llc- ally D Take a BollJe Home You To-day ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS 50 Cent! tniouKii n uic mn.ii and Is trylnB It out this weal.. ornc ol the houses. Autolsls will au- uinis aro espected within the irci-tale the change as a former-very flaJ.B_ we good crop lastv liirn will now be avoided. the" neit few years vill see Pl'ax culling has been In fflanv IhreshlnE outfits as farm- this week and with its completion all [o [ulnk lliat- resi.lts Ihe crop will have been rut. Thresh- u obtaincu In this xi-ay. Two Ins is now general and with good ,vea- Ilicr shunld he over In-a short time. niAnbcr of children have lately lieen In the liabil of learing clown tlio fence of the tennis court and carrs- nlaled rainei u--i the whole country has been enjoying freedom asalnsl the menace of oner- a Ihe bar nov bars II IB evident bars 11 Is eviaeni close.! will never be re-oncncd in this province." A LIIO ITB.IMV Ing Ihe inside ot a tire after may be made by miiing thoroughly ono gallon ol sasoltue. one-half Jlnt of C-35 cement, one and one-halt pounds of soapstone and pound of T The was inK the wood away. imt up at some ,-cmsidcrdhlo cost to lie club, and we have Ijcen renues eil to warn those who arc responsible that tho trouble must lie stopper] iu m or three farmers, co-operabi pende'nt of the outside can soon pay lor the machine' saving In threshing hills. avng The, n.uiers are back to work again but the dispute has not yet been defin- itely settled. r liar risou. The -woman omthe left bought some "cheep" tea.' You can see she's.not pleased. She's, sorry now she tried to save a few cents by buying the "cheap" tea. How different with the woman on the right ,..The-fragraiice of her tea tells her how rrood it is. She'paid a few cents more for Red Rose Tea than the other woman pp'd lor her "cheap" tca-nnd besides Red Rose will prove more economical ir. the end I Because of the rich flavor and vigorous strength of the Assam teas of which Red Rose chiefly consists, it will make 250 cups to the pound, or about of a cup- So cheap that the very poorest can afford it, 10 cood that the rich can find nothing better. n serious trouble lo Iliose concerned. lohn M. Hunter has Joined the slan at llie local mine office as sur- seems lo he lillle shorlage of men for IhresliiuE riEs hut wanes are'vcn- high. Many men rcluscd to work for less S5 per dayj an'l-lho farmers In many cases Iccl that .lUis is loo much for Ihe men to ask. Tlio [armer is getting Ibe worst end p. the stick this year. (SuyJIIHs. who went overseas Iha 7Slli batlery, has been In hospital suffering from a poisoned finger. Jl.c Is Olhcrwiso well and clicerful. r.Ui Has been acllns as farrier lo the bat- lery bin Is iinsious to get lo Ihe fronl where Ihe W5 things are. happening, A number oi West Lcthhrldgo farm- Falr Wago Officer, liar-j of as here this week, nissloncr Armstrong. reDrcsenling i-olulu j juioniu, .jti.i. ami nfccr his report has been made t a of them, il.LU, ME. __1 nr Tl Toronto. niter nis tta commissions-ill annonrice h15, decision. It is mailers w.l roaintainerl of this ned commillee; Wednesday it was "decided to send a r donation of S475 to lhc provm- -nnch' Several large parcels ol have forward (his L lease A iiuuiutj u. pronounced followers ot I.cnlne, urder iho leadership of three of 50 LnBl- their-number are preaching Md 'ur- -aiida throughout London. Sept. '13. Two cases of German submarines firing on Ihe crews of sunken vessels alter they had taken to llie. boats were made public today. submarine snnk the schooner Jane Williams, o! Arklow, off the coast ot Cornwall. Monday, by shell fire. The Bun was then turned on a boat con I fining the crew of six, of ivhoni Ihree i were tilled and the remainder Iradly wounded. On the following day the schooner 'Villiam f Dublin, was sunk. The op Russians, en boat iu which the Millie vcs are sci was shelled with shrapnel'but onlj one man was wounded. hconnes cnt clIlcB and towns ol Ontario One of the leaders of this Socialist Revolutionary rarly, as it is tailed, was arrested in ford City last Sim- ot nltering sedition wcok The annual public rai. the society has been flicd for day, October 1. uii o ard In'sj a js now awaiting trial eeting ol S.'l.anBlry, B. W.Jur The Oe announced late, e contributions have been reconeil. Dr. each T. K McM contnoncions iin.c n Atlaros, 0. liose, 3. D. Dellarl, ?lWeach; ,fc. Mar-, D. McMulleii, FerguBOIll P.I Ilulchisoii. n. lleaft C. each. MADE IN CANADA W Paige Car Co; Picks Distributing Point in Alberta Another new car has made Us ap_ neirance In Ldhhrldge. New raaVcs Jc being Introdnceil continual and, this time it Is lhc manured- the 1-aigc-D.droit Motor Co irrivc vith'tn a few days. Mr. Ivane. nanngcr of llio Henderson CaraBc, very honefnl that lhc- Paige will llic automobile public Kept Good the Sealed Package I T. H. Estabrooks Co., Limited Jfat Rose Coffee it at generously good at Red ROM fea KEEP YOUR NEAT lured uv me i T 4 who claim to manufacture tho most beautiful car In America. The Henderson Garage ate thei.ills; Iributors lor the whole ol A berla lor this new ear. The contracl V awarded this firm by II. J- Western Canada manager, alter .a 'thorough InvosllEatlnn of the dls r- bullnE iacilitlca the motor bus- ng ot all the cities of Ihe ce is Iho logical. cljB- (nrjlllles ol Lclhbrldge are ol ho hcsf Then; loo, this cily le'lcacllnE I IbeVay In the wholo of Western Canada In llio inallcr of auldrnoblto ilcs this year. I-am snre our..sclec- tlon of LcthbrlclRO'ivlll prore one." The Pnlge Is a mcrthiin priced r and one that Is Hount) lo attract do altcnllon. One dcmonslrolmfc r has nlrcady made Its appearance hud" two car loads of the ale oclcla have been Bhlppen'and will a hit ivilli llic aumo Alberts nml is P'Jttlne on a strong in- trodiiwlon hit ivilli CIGAR DEALERS on i BiA- your cigars in biraerquBn- tilics. Get your orelcr in now f or cigars. A pre- mium TTOlth Given Awayl nbsolutcly free. A genuine offer by a rcsponFible firm. GcKuU particulsraby SIX-- t .K. ;0c. 11.. .'Ki-vo. WHITE SHOE DRESSING THE STOREorBlG VALUES NORTH LETHBR1DGE lRSTTOiOOOR PHONE 789. HE NOTED WARtECTUREH AND AUTHOR i Gapt. Julia W.Henshaw C. E. F. GIVE HER Illustrated Lecture "THE FIELDS, OF FRANCE" In Knox Church AT 8.30 P.M, TONIGHT Silver Collection. Ixscturc liiulcr Ans- cs Sir Alexander Gait Chafer, tter-P c CANADA i.Tr> Although only a few month Incc llio Mllchcll Six was Introduce n (he LclhhrhlKO district. It Ii4rf a ready proven very popular. ..-.Iunt car loads have already been placed, ind tho demand continues. The car hnylnc niiblle: Is now clemnndlne n better car than It did a while ago.. I'coplo wont cars 'reqnlrln; fewer "extras." nnd ennlppcd ft lllllc more luxuriously. loo, playing incirc Imporlnnl purl, and It not lie lonK until a number of siwrlfi 'models will brr iisrrl In Ihls t classy lielng uflccl extenslj-ely In pfherilllei of.lhe casl and Rnd.UlhbrWga will-be no c-xceatlon.' Alberta Ladies College (of Red Oar) ASSIN1BOIA HAU1- CAMPOS EDMONTdN 8. A Hiffh Class Residential School for Girls C Public and Hlnh School (a Marllcvlallon. MUSIC, PIANO, VIOLIN, VOCAL Slenography, Typewriting and Bookkeeping Fine Art Painting on China and In Oil! and Water Phyilcal Exprcsalo.n Fall Term StyTtrate'r 11, SEND FOR CALENOAH Miss M. CV. Principal RJV. A. o! k.itk B.CVM.A; The Ideal iFiaod Beverage BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA, Dflicioiis'and Strengthening j' f II haaa delicate fragrance 'and peculiarly iu'ownrmving' to lhc lific blending of the'cocoa beans and the perfect process by which it is made. "One never tires of Baker's" Bookhl of Choice Recipes sent free.' WALTER BAKER Co. LIMITED ;j :'4 ;