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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILV PAGE EIGHT NEWBRO-S HBRPICIDE." >eu harher shop, J. D. H1GINBOTHAM 4 CO. SPECIAL AGENTS er hospital-.In-1902 lie joined the P. B, service at Toronto, becoming HAS A BRILLIANT CAREiR Considerable Building Going On and Town is Developing Rapidly (From Our Owl Oct. is on- ed" remarks. Such persons isome tew) come 'uio" several new buildings Ford Garage (now Milwaukee. Oct. SS.-Al the r newspaper copy-stories of a speech. Tho operator was E L Phillips. 'The newspaper correspondents ac- companying the governor on his cam- paign lour fountl tho station i only an amateur telegrapher. appealed to the "Vlation telegrapher long aBo. Iho station agent had about finished tho (late line when the governor relieved him. lion. John'Alexander Robinson, foi 10 past n years editor of the bt ohn Dally News, has been appointed ustmaster-general in the Nowlouud ind sovernmcnt, succeeding the no.. Ten.'? Woods. Mr. Ro'-l-on has eeu a member of the executive conn 11 for some years. The appointment ot Dr. H. A. Beattj surgeon and medical officer of. the.Canadian Pacific Railway marks the progressive policy of that system iu the endeavor to secure ideal Eten-E and sanitary regulations for its employees and to perfect conditions for thepassengers who travel m Its cars. Dr Beatty who is a brother of Mr. Beatty, K.C., has had a. P W eay. ough scientific training as well as wide practical experience.. Graduating a? MB at Toronto University, In 189. he carried on post-graduate work at London, Edinburgh and Vienna before house surgeon at the Poplar Tcddent" Hospital in London. Alter uiat he held the responsible position tf senior house surgeon at Westmms- J r. seinvic hief surgeon and madical officer of Eastern lines In 1910. He has held the appointment "urgeon at the Tor- onto aud consulting surgeon of the "Toronto Orthopedic lospital. FRENCH ARREST GREEK I.F.ADER Mhens. Oct. 26, via Oct. 27. French authoritifcs here have arrested M. Christkos. who is head ot over 70.000 reservists Royalists throughout Greece. Mrs H. Jones, Alfred avenue, Win nines'has given seven sons to Winni-. Mipv.s> ____ nverccanc: ge for a towns v. han So have taken over the business of Leo Grady. general merchant. The completion of the new assemblj t at run on. this line of ainuse- TThis week's shows were good and th music was splendid. Quite recently there was a change in the mail service and the new sys- tem seems not yet properly adapted to the needs of the farming classes The feeling is prevalent that so me help should be given the post mistress on mail days until the mail is dlstrib uted for the mail is alwajs a large one. Even a tri-weekly system of mai delivery would be inadequate. It a with rejoicing that the people here earn that a bi-weekly train service ii loo? to come into effect. This tow, soon come into its own as a bus ne "town and theaieighboring coun trvside are becoming quite proud o Mr increased medical efficiency Dr Baker has undertaken the medical work and is giving splendid satisfac- tion whilst Mr. McCabe from Banff has joined hands with J. Green .in the Foremost pharmacy. October 25 maue the occas'on of a ale of home made cooking under the auspices of the Women's Institute and an eujovahle and profitable even H was The'proceeds are to be donated to Red Cross work. These are busy days for the etoa- ors. It looks good to ot Sault Ste. Marie, Out.. Oct. 27-Dur- OCTOBER 28, 101 VICTROLA BALMORAL BLOCK QUANTITIES OF ANTITOXIN Now York, Oct. unexpected .Idcllglit on the manner In which the .nteiue allies are getting large 0.111111- ities of antitoxins has bncn furnish- ed at the Xew York budget hearings. Health Commissioner Dr. Kmcrsou re- ported that since the outbreak ol Hie European war and up to the end last month his department hab j worth "f antitoxins, i thirds of which had gone to the purchased a small quan at the opening of the war. he roi ed hut since then bad been un; to pierce the British blockade. Germany was in tho same [ix. Sault ate. -uurio, ing the sale which blew al day Wed- nesday the big coal unload.us br clge Ontario dock, valued at OrS It 1OOKS suuu t" waggons awaiting their turn on the platform and the price Is so extremely iuat now that it looks like "good times'1 tor the .farmers of tills section. The grain is of splendid quality and is receiving a high grading despite the prevalent report to the contrary. The nauling is so brisk that as many as a dozen teams have been seen m the ozen teams ave ?oulee to the north at one time, whilst the farmers from the south are keep- tag their end of the work up. Tnrough- nipeg has given seven sons iu pe- regiments now serving overseas or' In Canada. This Is her entire fam- u ily. The father, who was an old Eng- lish soldier, is dead. MKHIES An Honest Grocer" "An Economical your is Flour. will use it when they gro ldei, ARE YOU DOING? Give hubby once m ore the plea his mother us ed to mae- DO IT TODAY. Order from vour grocer a bag of ROYAL HOUSE- HOLD FLOUR and your baking day -troubles are WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SAOOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LBTHBRIDGF Tkeittpreijou know about CofFde lUK Itleir euu. ui. LUC out the country side there is consider- able ploughing bejns done and Sight seel lurid reflections indicative 1W piles which are being got out way. It is pretty and spells m- and prosperity. ureat preparations are being made for the Masquerade Ball on Tire., ai livening October 31. As'soon as the costumes arrived there was a rush andIncitement runs high. Special me tares and music will be .on the DM! o too. That will prevent some of th f people from suffering, for Ha! will be forgotten e good time. Memorial services are being he d i e Union church on Sunday, Octoue th for (Rev.) Pte. Mason, we nown in this locality as a.minister o e gospel. He was reported as 'killed arlv in the present offensive on the estern front. We miss him but he ares us an-eiample for life and duty. Threshing activity has been steady ut still there Is some to do nut t.ie ace for the few "tit-bite" wil. oon commence'and the calculations of ome outfits are bound to go.astrsy. Tne storms of Saturday last, delayed ome work hut other outfits worked ight through for the storm went in treaks. A few days ago an unfortunate acci- ent occurred when Miss Zoe, who was riving with her brother, was thrown rom the buggy as the result ot the horse taking fright The injuries sus- ained -were slight and were attended to by Dr Baker. Miss Zoe la able to ,e around town but IB taking an en- forced holiday. The Misses Melkle are In town hold- ing a few evangelistic services In the Union church. Their message may aroune a spirit of enthusiasm in things religious. If one had been on the streets for the "fun" Tuesday i night he would have thought that j such services could do some people no harm. It..is a source of consolation for the citizens, though, to realize that the I disturbers were "foreigners" both in morals and places of residence because the train cannot help what the train brings In, or can it help what comes in from threshing outfits. PEARSON'S DEBARRED Ottawa, Oct. American edU tlon of Pearson's magazine been forbidden from circulation M the Do- minion This action was taken be- "an e of articles published In the ma- Eazine which were contrary to the or- der-in council of October 30, 1916 made pursuant to.the provisions of the War Measures A crowd turned out last light to the Sailors' Relief concert ,n the Majestic theatre when local talent performed for the benefit of the new firnd being raised in the city The program was a credit to those participating and was greatly enjoy cd by all. Durins the evening Major Hard'ie made a short speech in whici le set forth the aims of the ballots Relief Fund, and the efforts being made m the city to raise at least 82 500 A. good start has been made hut Lethbridge must do its duty in tills as ill other patriotic funds Tho program was diversified and pleasing to a degree. Miss A..rce made her first, appearance befo a LethbrUge audience'In two solo danc- es which were greatly enjoyed. The Pierrots, who can always bo depended upon to furnish entertainment were greatly enjoyed (luring their half hour of the program- This consists of Mrs. Brynmer, the ..Ilsses Marv Simpson, Helena Simpson, Mm- mons, and Stitt, aud Messrs Wad: diHKUra Smith. Miller, Qiibal.lt, Ra- vorth and Brymuer. Another feature of the program was a tableau h> the 78th battery in which they were doing honor, to Britannia. the tableau they sang Rule Bri- tannia" Music and accompaniment was furnished for the program by the vVaadlnston orchestra. The complete program follows: Chorus, School Children; solo, Mr Fleming; Battery Mayors Speech! solo dance, Miss Attree; Pier 'rot Entertainment; solo. Mr. Maisie, Battery solo dance, Miss Attree; Batten', Tableau. LANDED London, Oct. 26.-The Norwegian steamer Sola has been sunk Her crew was landed. EGAUSE your work makes your hands dirty and grimy, do not think that you must use a strong, al- kaline soap. H you trust to Ivory Soap you can have hands both clean and smooth. For then you have a soap of such high grade and therefore of such high detergent value, that it needs no help from alkali, acid or grit to keep your hands clean. And because of the absence of these harsh ingredients, it can be used often as you wish no matter what t condition -of the skin, without don anything but good. In and 2 poundr cans. also Fine Ground lor Perco- I lators. in CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 AND CHECK. SENT FOR) EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL 'i. BABIES' MILK lilll't aupplien from individual co'ws that have .passed tho jbercuiar test by tho govern- .nent veterinarian. jEOGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. IVORY SOAP Made at Hamilton, Can PUS While we in Canada are bringing irrth harvests, filling our store-rooms and stockinj our pantries with an abundance of good food our Allies in overrun Belgium are facing anothd winter of near-starvation. Women and children there by millions havj Bone for two years on short rations, for thj Belgian Relief Fund has never been sufficient t provide full fare. Consequently they are in n condition to siar.d the still greater pnvrtion thr on account of the growing numbd dependent on the Fund. Anything less than th present meagre allowance of bread and sou) wpuld, in thousands of cases, fail to hold boduj .and souls together. Shall we-can we-go on eating our square meals a day-living we 1 if not luxunpus Belgian children, pinched and coli sobbingly beg mothers for bread enoug to stop the gnawing hunger.' a month in the hands of the Belgia Relief Commission, will, feed a Belgian family- cigar less a'day-a night missed from the theati --simplerrefreshments after an evenings care -the price of any one of a dozen such habitu luxuries would provide the food that means for a Belgian mother and her children till tr en'oyins the foodI whk.. provide? Whatever you feel that you can spare, weekly, monthly or m one ,cal or Provincial Committees, or send Cheques pey. SflsT STHEET, MONTBEAL. Feeds a 'Belgian Family One loi Subscription! sent to W. A.' Buch'anan, bridae, will forwarded to the headaui Belghm Committ.e ;