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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS LiSTimmnu-; QArr.? IIKHALP I'AC.I-: Sl'.VKS rUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7, mil) MILADI PHONE 1224- ..-r week eiul vin C. P. I1. Conybenre left last night to spend a few days Calgary. Mrs. I'. II. Hlock j 'i uorrow night at eight o'clock. Mr II .1. Macbean, of the Bank ot Commerce, Him gone to Tabor to re- lieve in the bank there, forthwith. The Canadian liimc not has furnished a copy of the New res-, I film-ill iu every Canadian soldier at 11 the cost of The British ami n Bible Society, the parent I i Society IB certainly a patriotic one S. J. Shesimrd and Mrs. Shepherd. f t The Daughters of the Empire will j n charge of the tea room a the I Hudson's Bay tomorrow afternoon. Mr L a Be Veber, manager of the Bank of Montreal, at Nelson, 11. C., indMr. Stirling, of Nelson, are the Kuests of Senator De Veber for a few- clays' snooting. Mrs James Williamson, has return- ed from extended visit in Toronto Ulld Ontario. On her way hack she vis- ited ftiends in Kegina. Mr and Mrs. G. B. Hotaon, of Mod- kino'nat. are spending a few days in the city on their way home from a visit ut their farm near Stirling. The Ladies' Aid of Westminster church have decided to hold then- an- nual bazaar on December 2nd, :n r.ian's hall. Bomb. Max Lockie and Gunner San- lord Richardson. of the 78th Battery, are in Calgary recruiting for a couple of weeks. In the list of donations acknowledg- ed by the Daughters and Maids of England for their bazaar, the name of .1 ft A. Johnston for chocolates was omitted. The Nursing Mission is in need of warm bed clothes for three poor fam- ilies Will anyone having anything in this'lino to spare kindly send them to the Mission or phone 1233 and they be called for. Dr Michael Clark, of Olds, accom- panied his son, Lieut, .lames A. ClarK, to Calgary, on his way back to the front, after a three months furlough. Lieut. Clark is a member ot the Piin- News-Telegram. I TJr "and Mrs. W. S. Galbraitll, re- j turned yesterday from a month's trip to eastern points, including Toronto, New Yor" and Philadelphia. While in Philadelphia Dr. Galbraitll attended the Congress of Surgeons being held in that city. That the 3nth battery has been sec-1 ig some tough fightiiiK is indicated us the larger number of casualties i than usual-which have been coming through from that unit. This morning relatives in the city received word that Gunner Archibald Hemming had been wounded In the abdomen by gun- shot and had entered the special hos. nital at Whnley on October ,26th. J Flddes of 4th Ave. S., received ibis morning that his son. Ptc. Win" Flddes, who left with an Alber- ta battalion, had been wounded on Sept. 27th, but had returned to his regiment on Oct. 9th. Berlin, via Sayvillo, Nov. cellor Von Bethmann-Hollweg is ex- pected to make all important state- ment on Thursday, according to a semi-offlcial overseas news agency. On that day the main committee of tho reichstag. which has been authorized to meet during recess, will assemble for the first time, and the chancellor a address will oe delivered before Ijiat body. The annual meeting of the Leth- liridge branch of the Canadian Bible Society will be held In the lecture room of Knos church tonight at eight o'clock. Officers for the coming year BREADmAPES'F FOOD K.NOWN Quebel. Nov. between I some four hundred soldiers last night Costs Lew Than Meat-More Nourish- n St. John street .developed Jnto a ing There is more food value per pound Jn good bread than In meat. Bread is a xreater energizer, has less waste, is a better food for hard workers and costs from one-fifth to one-tenth less This is, course, providing the liread is made from flour which in clean and pure beyond the shadow of u doubt. For no bread can be better than the Hour it Is made from. Infer- ior flour, no matter how cheap, is ruin- ous economy. Grocers like to sell Ogiivie's Royal Household Flour for the reason that it is so clean and pure and bakes big, delicious loaves of full food value. It is a flour that mokes the experienced housewife a satisfied vertisement. BOOT The Herald received a message thin morning that Sapper Tompkins, enlist- I ed at Lethbridge, had died of wounds. No record whatever of this man is ob- tainable in Lethbridge. and the cas- ualty message at the local telegraph office remains undelivered. It is likely that he enlisted with the engineers here without giving the proper address of his next of kin. egular riot where knives, bolts, iron oars and everything in arms except evolvers were, brought into play. It caused a riot call to military pickets and serious wounds to at least seven soldiers who are now in military hos- It'appears that for some time men from the 171st overseas battalion have lad a resentment against the military, jickets for arrests, and last night a- serious fight ensued. A number of bars, stores and the Y. M. C. A. were rushed and entrances badly damaged. by the mob, which after an hour's fight; brought to order. Arrests are ex- pected. SIR THOMAS WHITE RECEIVED BY KING London, Nov! 5.-The King received Sir Thomas White, Canadian minister of finance, at Buckingham palace Sat- urday. Previously the King .met the representatives in London of all Cana- dian banks. OflUBlEllS BHUJY Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, Wavy add Beautiful at Once. Certain? that's the joy ot It. Your hair becomes light, wavv fluffy, abundant and appears as soft" lustrous and beautiful aina young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse Just try a cloth-with, a little D.inderine and carefully draw it through your'..halr .taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt of excessive oil, and in just a few moments you have doub- led the beauty of your hair. A delight- ful surprise awaits those whoso halr has been neglected or Is scraggy, fad- ed dry, brittle or thin: Besides, bef.utl- fvinit the hair Danderine.dissolves ev- ery particle of dandruff; cleanses pur- ifies and invigorates the scalp, for- ever aupping Itching and falling ha r but what wjll please you most will be after a few week's use when you see now and downy at, first-- really new hair gr.owing a" pver the scalp. If you cace for pretty soft hair, and lots of it surely get a 26-cent bottle, of Knowlton's Dander ine from any drug store or toilet -She sent Him ft need, to uie To dife for France. His babies lisp their prayer to Him Who errs by no mischance; While in the bleak and grim, Their father fights in Irauce. For lips that, pray, and eyes that And hearts that' ;fecl the lance, Dig down, dig down, ;dlg down, down deep, and those in France. Contribute; lo toe Patriotic Fund. At- f.