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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, ifHK M-yni'Jmuiit1, MILADI '-PHONE 1224- Tho.diolr of Wesley church will be Tho Mathesls club will hold its re- tmtorliilnetl tomorrow night lit thu gulur monthly .meeting In the V.M.C. 78tll Depot Uattory. A. Auditorium tomorrow afternoon at 'i, o'clock. The music department Mrs. o. It. Tinning and children leaving tomorrow for Itofjina, where they will rosldo future. Mrs. Win. Scott anil Mias Helen Jlc- KIllop tne weekend in Medicine Hat. an Interesting program, the subject being the opera "Madame But- tcrfly" which will be Illustrated by Victrola records. Guests are asked to come at 3.30. Mr. Arthur Iltpinbothnm retunied today from a week-end trip to Cal- Mlss Ma'da Shaffer of Magrath, mo- gary. Yesterday he was the host at tov.eil.ln yesterday to siiend a week H luncheon at the Palllsor Jpr Miss with Mrs. Jas. Neilson. Anno Hatton, who sails on Thursday on the Empress of Russia to visit her Sorgt-Major Candy ot Calgary, lias sister, Mrs. H. li. Hlglnnotham, at arrived In the city to be connected Yokohoma. The guests at the lunch- wlth the 78th Derot IJnttery. I con wore Mr. and Mrs. J. IS. Leth- The Shriners of Calgary, are plan- ning for their ainual ball, which will he held at the Hotel Palllser on Tues- day, December 5. Tho G. I. A. will meet touiorow at for lied Cross sowing at the home of Mrs. Powell, 521 5th St. S. bildge, Mrs. P. L. Naismlth and Major G. W. Kerby. Eighty floiiars was the splendid' sum realized at the sale of work on Sat unlay by Mrs. J. W. Houlton and Mr! P Roy at the former's residence Tills sum will be divided between tl Hcd Cross, I. O. D. E.. Sailors' Reli Prlsoiers of War and Tobacco Funt of needlework, crochet and pen paint- ing was on exhibition and was great- The Pearl Seekers' class of Knox ly admired. The raffle for a pen Sundav school held a very enjoyable; pointed cushion resulted in Mrs. Fry, social on Saturday night In the ,lle hoWer Of ticket 34 being the wln- nQr; the drawing was done by little Helen Wright. Tea was served at seven tables by Mrs. S. E. Jones, Misses Bessie Little, Emily and Ber- tha Boulton, Leah Young, Maisic Fleetwood, the tea being made by Mrs. Washbrook. Mrs. Boulton an'? Mrs. Roy desire to thank Mr. Fetter- I ly for the loan of chairs and the lad- les who assisted with the tea. schoolroom of tne church, over sixty people being present. A splendid mil slcal program was given. Ubfs Weeft in the Gits Churches services ev- ery night during the week. _ at S p.m., mid- week service. i at 8 p. m., testimony meeting. j nt S p.m., Adult i Bible class. Thursday at S p.m., choir j practice. St. Augustln's Tuesday, Sunday school teachers' meeting at 8 o'clock. Wednesday, intercession service at .8 o'clock. Thursday (S.t. Andrew's I Holy Communion. 7.30 a.m. and a.m. Day of Intercession. 7 to 7 p.m. Every member of the congrega- tlon is-usked to spend half an hotir in church some time during the day., Friday, Junior 'W. A. at; 4.15 p.m. Saturday, St. Monica's Chancel Guild j 3.30 p.m. St. at 8 p.m., teach- ers' meeting In St. Angustin's hall.; Wednesday at 4.15, Junior W. A.1 meeting. Wednesday at S.30 Parochial association meeting in form of whisi. drive to which all the members of; the congregation are invited. Thurs-i dav, a day of intercession with cele-j bratlon of Holy Communion at 101 o'clock and service of intercession and address at 8 p.m. Friday at 8 p.m., service of Intercession followed by choir practice at 8.30. St. at 2.30 Wo- men's Missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. David Smith. 732 12th Street B North. Thursday afternoon, and evening commencing at 2.30, the an- nual bazanr will be held In Burgman'a hall. Friday at 8 p m., choir practice i In the vestry. I St. at 7.30, Dor-; cas society meet. At 8 p.m. teachers meet in St. Augustln's hall. Wednes- day at 8 p.m., special meeting of the ofilcers aim teachers in the rectory, j Thursday at 3 p.m., women of the church sew at the Red Cross rooms, i Friday at 8 p.m., service of interces-j sion. Saturday at 2 p.m., Sunday school 'examination. raid week ser- .vicet will be merged this week in the evangelistic service at Westminster church. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir, practice. Friday night the young la-' dies' class and the young men's class have a banciuet In Wesley hall when a debate will be given with mu numbers and recitations. Calgary, Nov. J. Carter, sec- rotary of District 18, United Mine Workers of America, who returned to Caigarv from the Drumhcller mines says he knows nothing of any order sent from Ottawa by Pres- ident Graham and Board frees' to return to work pending the adjustment ot the dispute e roTiference at the capital. Mr. Carter .was la com.municatiou with union headquarters at" Ferhie over long distance early this afternoon and is authority for the statement that no such order had been received up to that time. Mr. Carter stated that the Drumheller mines were closed'and the men out, and firm tor their de- mands. IIS! BIRLSI TRY 111 STOP DWUFF AND BEMTIFHOUB Hi HAIR 8TOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as _ lustrous and beautiful as a young IxSirl's after a "Danderlne hair cleanse." I Must try cloth with a 1 JltUe Danderiue and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, 'dirt and excessive oil and in Just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at onoo, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invls-1 orates tho scalp, forever stopping itch- Ing and falling hair. But what ylll please you most will I' fc9 after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new and downy at really new hair growing all over the scalp. If ycu care for preoty, soft hair and lots of it get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne from any drug- list or toilet counter, and just try It. Yesterday Mr. Justice Walsh re- served Judgment in the case of' Arne- gard vs. the Barons Consolidated school district; A number of other judgments have been handed down by Mr. Justice Walsh in other cases. In the case of Smith vs. Roller, a claim for damages arising out of an assault in which was convicted some weeks ago, the court allowed special damages, 5100 general dam- ages and wages. In' the case of Dr. Duncan vs. Cas- 'well, the plaintiff was suing for the face value of a promissory note given by the defendant. The defendant counter-claimed on the ground ot mal- practice'oa the part of the plaintiff. Judgment'was allowed for the plain- tiff for the ful! amount. The counter claim was' dismissed. In the "case'of Olmschaiik vs. Kru- mez in which the plaintiff was suing for his portion of the crop he put In on the defendant's 'land, Jtidgment was given la part in favor ot the plaintiff. J__________ GLASS EYES AND FAKE TEETH ARE NEEDED BADLY London: Efforts are being made by American officials to secure the re- lease of a .consignment of glass eyes, made in Germany and seized in transit to a Chicago concern, which are not yet in the prize court It Is asserted by .the Chicago im- porters that some of these eyes were specially niodo to order, and that un- less they reach their destination sev- eral of their clients must obtain sub- stitutes which will not match the col- or of their good eyes. It is pointed out that It is possible only to get the right tints in Germany. A number of consignments of false' teeth from American houses to Scan- dinavia are also.In question.. Scan- dinavia obtains most of Its dental sup- plies from the United States, and these dots 'pi teeth are known as stock sizes., Notice to Our to the high cost of provisions, our Luncheon be 40c commencing Decemter Bay Co. ANCIENT CARVING New York. Nov. loth cen- tury carved and painted wood huat of "A Girl" from tlio DovanzaU palace at Florence, .Italy, was sold for 900 today, at the sale in the American Art association galleries. The bust Is attributed to Uernardo Rossellinl, a pupil of Five sessions ot the sale hare brought CONTINUES tremendous crowds all day Monday, all previous records have been smashed-it indeed speaks well of the Quality of Footwear we are offering. Boot and Shoe Bargains that are out for Wednesday are irresiible. VISIT OUR STORE AND YOU IZE WHAT SAViNGS ARE Wednesday Grocery Specials II. R. Go's. Seal of Quality Flour 98 pound Sack 49 pound Sack 24 pound Sack Royal Household 98 pound Sack 49 pound Sack 24 pound Sack Our prices on Quality Teas and Coffees are right. Ogilvics' Centennial Brand. 98 pound Sack, Special .....S5.20 49 pound Sack, Special 24 pound Sack, Special Extra Large Dill Pickles -I Q Per dozen IOC Finest Dairy Butter. Two pounds for........ If you want Fresh Eggs. Try A Old Dutch Cleanser Three for......... 85c 45c 25c Wednesday Hand Sire Castile Gr Sped; Preserved Cherries Per one pound box 70c Round Bath Soap in 50c Wild Flower Toilet, 30c Roast Pork. 5c Peameal Bacon. Grapes. Per pound 20c Per pound Per pound 15c Corned Beef. Sliced. Per pound pounds for Grape 2Sc-. 25c Navel SOt- The "Bay's" Toy land is Ml of bright new toys for the children and we advise making an early selection. 'Xmas is fast approaching and your choice is wide and varied at this time Sofia, Nor. London, Nov. troops have effected three more crossings of the Danube, all of them behind the Aiistro-German front In Western Rumania. The cross- ings were made from the Bulgarian fortresses of Rahovo, Lom-Palanka, and VIdln. This announcement was made by the war office which also re- ports the repulse of the Russo-Ruman- ian attacks in Dobrudja. AWARD WOMAN DAMAGES Bozcman, Mont., Nov. jury in the district court here today award- ed to Mrs. N. H. Heck of Bel- grade, who sued the Northern Pacific railroad for damages on ac- of injuries she sustained No- vember 14, 1915, at the Bozeman de- pot, when she slipped on an icy step box when alighting from a train. The verdict is the largest awarded by a GaTlatin county jury in recent years. ARIZONA GOVERNOR IS ELECTED BY 55 Now In tho line ot contractors' ma- chinery is a hand-operated concrete mixer that can be run by one man. Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. re- turns from all counties in the State except Cochise, tonight, ou the vote for Governor, Campbell, Republican, is elected by a plurality of 55, assum- ing the plurality of Governor Hunt In Cochise County to be 832, the unof- ficial Governor Hunt will make a contest. Berlin, via Sayville, Nov. In- crease iii intensity of the fire of Rus- sian guns In the region southwest of Dvinsk 01 the eastern front Is report- ed in today's official statement. In- activity prevailed on the remainder of the line in Russia and Galicia. losses inflicted on Norwegian ship- ping since the war began: Gross Norwegian tonnage tons. Total amount of insurance iuvolv- millions. Total number of lives HUN RAID London, Nov. Official German statement givon out to- day says the German naval forces have- made another raid close to the English coast near Lowestoft. capturing a vessel, London, Nov. military sit- uation In Rumania is improving for the Rumanians, according to a dis- patch received today by the Wireless Press from Bucharest via Rome. The Rumanian retreat, is added, is pro- ceeding In uerfect order on-a settled front. "FREEDOM'! OF; How I'ttlle'real regai'd the-'Germans have for the ''freedom of the about which they tallc'-so much, may be eeen from ar statement cf tho good tea" BREAD CHEAPEST FOOD KNOWN Costs Less Than More Nourish-, There is more food value per pound in good brewl than in qieat. BreaU Is a greater energizer, has less waste, Is a better food for. hard workers' and costs from one-fifth to one-tenth less. 5 This is, oC course, providing tile bread is made from flour clean and pure beypnd the shadow of a doubt. For no bread can be Better than the flour, it !s made from. '.'fitter- lor flour, no matter how cheap, isiruiu- ous economy. ,v Grocers like to sell Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour for the reason that H is so clean and pure and bakes big, delicious loaves' of full- food, value. It is a flour that jna.kes. the, axperieiiceil housewife satisued "customer. A4- TwUaement- ;