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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DliCKMREU 5, 1017 PAC.E A i_i Attractions ThisWeek 35 Tweed and Velour Ccats at 15 ic 40 per cent reductions worth of Underwear, Hosiery, Sweaters, at sale prices, 75 TWEED m MR GOATS Our final prices on all the cloth coats now In slock are here- with quoted. From ?10.00 lo ?20.CO off all now mcrchaniUsft, means, you pay exactly what wo did for Iliein. That is factory prices. You'll never buy coaU lite these again for many a season. Velour Coats at Factory Prices Values to Values lo Values to 535 And Tweed Going Like This Values to Values to Values to 500 Pc5, Underwear ns Sale A fresh lot of hosiery and uuderu-ear that we rJtd not have market] in time for yesterday's sale. Avoid (he big crowd's ot Tuesday and Wednesday by shoiim'ng early to- morrow. We'll save you from 20 to 40 per cent, on all your knl: goods purchases. Sale Prices on Wos. Union Suits Values to ..Values to H.25, for 95c Ever See Prices on Vests Like These? Vests Women's Vests to 35c 39c 59c NO PHONE ORDERS FOR THESE GOODS 500 Pairs of Sample Hose On Sale Tomorrow About Half Price Don't wait until late in the first choice ChHd's Hose Werth to 50c 29c Boys' Hose To 90c 50c Women's Hose Worth to 45e Women's Hose Worth to 65c 39c Women's Hose Worth-to 90c 59c Men's Socks Worth to 65c 'THE SOONER YOU'RE HERE--theBETTERthe BARGAIN PHONE 1224 DENIES STATEMENT "Saskatoon, Dec. letters to the Daily Star, Hon. George tang- .ley, minister of municipal affairs for Saskatchewan, and Hon. W. R. Mother-well, minister of agri- culture, repudiate a- statement ,'that' tha entire Saskatchewan government Ts supporting the un- ion Mr. Langley that in tha forthcoming elec- tEon he Fs not and shall not be a supporter ,of, meht. Mr. MotherXvell slates that he Ii certainly not lupportlng tho miscalled Bunion government. WILL .SAVE IT IS YOUR HAIR SLIPPING? iThe presence of (jandrufT and fall- ing hnir conveys a which it hi best to heed. At first the loss of hair may be so slight as to be hardly notjceablc. But no matter how little may be each day, it is work- mg toward the same and inevitable result, and that is total baldness. You may have hair enough today, but how about tomorrow nml the day Dandruff and falling hair mean baldncsa sooner or later and demand tiie'immediate refrular and eiffirgeticusoof Newbro's licrpicide. It keeps the scalp free from dlrtand may bo prevented. Herpiciiledoeanotstainordiyonnd hag R mostexquisite fragrance which makes it esjiccially pleasing to the ladies. It stops itching abnoit in- stantly. You mriv be told that there You cannot afTord to'take chancel withnor can you expect to obtain rejulIs from "an off article. Insist on having gnnuine Herpicife, the Original Germ-Remedy for Dud- ruff., You can get a sample of thii de- lightful hair dressing and a booklet on the care of the hair by sending ten cents in silver or postage to The Hcrpicide Co., Dept.- Mlcft Try Hernicido once and you will never be witndit it Sold everywhero iH 60 cent and ?1.CO sizes and guavanlced to-givt or money refunded. Applications obtained at the belkt barbershops and beauty par tori SPECIAL AOENTS-iJ. O. HIGINBOTHAM 4 CO', LTD. Indians Willing to Fight 'Grouard, Alta., Dec. bers of the exemption tribunal who have returned .here Whitefish Lake, state that the In- dians and half breeds there are" not 'only go overseas to fight, but showed an eagerness accepted so that they'may in_tHe areat struggle.', NoKo'rie.L1 of them asked for exemption. Soldiers Overseias Recording Their Votes HOUSE SACRIFICE ROOMS. NICEST STRItT IN RIVERVItW. INSTAL- TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS JUST EXPENDED ON PAINT- INO. Special Price for a Few Honestly worth more. This hduse has ipcitel me explain. FRANK WADDINGTON PHONE 770 Ottawa, Dec. special: Bclion has beon taken in regard Co the', taking of votes ot soldiers about 'to' leave Tor overseas the provisions of the military service act are being alrlclly adhered to in polling the sold- iers in England, France and elscv where. Overseas the ballots are be- ing collected under tho supervision ,6f special returning officers, presiding officers, who' arer military electors, and scrutineers representing hoth.th'e government and the opposition. Every soldier and Canadian mem- ber of the naval and air forces of the empire has the right to vote; liile- wise the military and naval nurse's. If a soldier can electorardls- trict wherein he-continuously resided during tho last tour months ot the twelve months Immediately preceding his enlistment or enrollment for aclire service or specifically state a plac'e In a constituency where he resided, his veto will be assigned to that con- stituency.-. If he la unable to do either of these Ihings'but can name a plac'e where ho was previously resided, in vole will bd Assigned Vo the constituency in which the place named by the soldier is located. In th'o case of a British subject In the Canadian forces who has never been a resident of Canada the vote-can bo placed-in any constituency Indicated by the voter. .A provision of the Mili- tary Voters' Act not generally11 known is one setting forth that tho baiiot noxes containing overseas soldiers' votes shall not bo opened tor tho pur- pose of counting the baflols "until 10 o'clock ot the morning of ,the thirty- first day next after that fixed for poll- Ing In Oneda." means that the overseas votes will be counted on Jan- uary IS and succeeding days before biplng cabled lo the general returning officer ta Canada. The foregoing provision of the Is modified, however, by another sec- tion which states that jf all Ihe bil- lot bojes i have been received before the lapse of the 31, days subsequent lo election day the balloti maj be counted. At Front (By-the Canadian Oversew Correspondent) With, the Caiadla'n Amy in Flan- ders, Dec. the moment the pol- itical Interest ev- erything else In the Caeadlsn I hough an exception Is ibade Cor the desperate fljbtiug Uut la fotng 1m front of Cambrai. Queues of twelve and fourteen men ivcro to be seen yes- terday in front of sojiie pMhe central polling booths for the greater part of the 'day and in som'e instances the lines Increased to scores when a par Uci'lar, unit or up_to vote. Five thousand'men in one division have already cast bal- lots, Pre-election developments in Can- ada arc being closely followed] though there is a striking dearth ot Canadian newspapers to give intimate detailed news of the views of the candidates and tho feeling of the constituencies, What is published in the papers con- cerning the general political news of Canada causes widespread interest. White the army Is voting H.Js feub- scribing with splendid spirit "to tho Victory war loan. Large investments in these war securities arc already re- ported. Owing to the system which makes stibscrijiUcms payable to tho chief paymaster in London, It is Im- possible to'estimate how much has been subscribed to date, hut the men who have fc'jght so nobly for Canada aro now giving largely of IheIr 'army pay lo help further In the great strug- gle for victory. Ono Instaneo fa re- corded of five hundred dollars being collected from four men ifi five min- utes while in another caae two of- ficers and seven men of a Cnnadfan unit of the oulsftio corps: area sub- scribed two thousand dollars, Incidentally JDrummondt'iHe must abandon Us claim to possessing the youngest bond holder. An optimistic army father bought a for hi: ion two hours from (he child's birth. Mrs. O. C. Cope has returned from visiting her mother, who near JlardEety. t The Ladles' Aid of Knox church meet tomorrow utter noon at o'clock llio school room. riissA'frgmla LCD lias toen the guest of the lilR Sisters of KLOX church during her visit in the city, for tlie "Jaat jianutc" sale. Mrs. Geo. Beard ami little daughter Vera ot iltxticiuo Hat, is spending a few days with hc-r niece, Mrs. Harry Miller, 1512 4th Avo. X. Mrs, F. floonlc presented tho Great War club with a large fram- ed picture of tiio Victoria Cross, through the Major Jack Koss chapter, l.O.D.K. The regular meeting of the Victoria ladles' Orange Lodge- N'o. will he held in the Moose Hall Thur.silay even- Ing at S o'clock sharp. Initiation and election of officers. The Hardleville Ladles AM will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Scott on Thursday. AH members are request- ed to be present as Ihere is important business to be'dlscussed. The lecture on tho British navy by Rev. Alfred Hall at the Central school auditorium tonight under the au3iiices of the Sir Alexander CJalt chapter I.O. will prove of special interest to relatives and friends of, naval recruits. Mrs. R. T. Drymncr entertained Mr. and Mrs, Fossum, Mr. Kllingson anil the executive of the Fortnightly chih at a delightful supper after the reci-j lal last evening. Mr. Fossum and sev-1 era! ot the other guests present furn-i Ished pleasure with their music ynil all' enjoyed the gracious hospitality of the j Brymner home. I The relief society of the L. D. S I church gave an informal social after- noou yesterday following their meet- ing, In honor of Mrs. K, J- Gordon, who leaves ahbut the-20th of Decem- 1 ber to reside in SaH Jjake. The ladles presented Mrs, Gordon with a pair ot as .a- token of their-''esteem fpt'hor an.d regret at her departure. Sir Alexander Gait chapter I.O.D.E. will hold their last minute sale at the Veterans' club rootns Saturday after- an orchestra'will be in attend-' ance'and tea y.'ill be served. There will be raffles ot a Victory Lond and of. a sheep, the latter being donated by Mr. J, Tickets for the Victory oh sale at the Jackson- annd Co., and Arm- strong and Raworth Tlie sheep' tickets will be on sal o Fri- day Sajunlay Further particulars of the- last minute appear .omorrow. The Daughters-and Maids of-Eng- land heid'XH -very1 successful' wbist drlvB'.antl dance In Burgmann's ball last night, whtn 13 tables were in play fof whist, .Mrs. Steole winning first prize and Mrs, Dodd second, Mr. Wheatcroft gentleman's first prifee and Mr. W. Carter second, while? tlie consolations.went to Mrs. W.< Holbe'r-- ton and Mr. H. Packard. Quite a num-i her stayed1 for tho dancing, the floor heing- In splendid condition. The, members-are asked to notice tbat the' regular'Meeting'will he held in the S.. O.K. ball on Wednesday, Dec. 12th, in-', 26th. Mr.-'Theoclor Foaiiiim, who hero In the recital last night is a pian- ist of.''unusual ability, the interpreta- tive quality of his work being especi- ally pleasing. The opening number, Sonata op. 31 Xo. 3, by Beethoven, nt- uayfe a ability, very'- well rendered. The Scherzo movement was executed i with skill.' The group of numbers by Grondahl, a; Norwegian very pleas- ing and Mr.'FoESum's Interpretation; was dxcellenl.' I The Prelude by MacDowell iras es-j leclafiy well received by the auillencs' md a Leaf of Autunm by d'Aurla, ilcd- cated to afforded excel- ent example of Mr. Foaaiim's ahiltly of Tho technique in per cup It is hard to believe that a cup of good, rich tea only costs about a fifth of a cent, but, you see, Red Rose consists chiefly of Assam richest, strongest teas in the world. Red Rose easily yields 250 cups to the pound. And it's a tea of rare economy and flavor. Kept Good by the Sealed Package 635 tile last two numbers vras admirable.. vellers' Alii assisted her to find1 Tho vocal numbers conEributeil by Mrs. Kosjuni and Mr. EllltiGsnn were very enjoyable ami helped tu form an icxteptionaliy well balanced and pleas- ing program. in tlic city. M. E. CAMKHON, RESCIND RULING Washington, Dec. ivar trade board today rescinded a ruling tinner REPORT OF. TRAVELLERS' AID I lvllMl "le "portation at iirai grains.; FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER flour' butter and sugar has teen lie- Trains met 21M, people assisted tnscil by of customs at of whom 15 were you.sSlrl, A fir wiping to go to Montana as she ;5 md not enough money was turned buttcr and K oft. back ol Coutts Travellers' Aid took sugal, Tc llrovMe. (or her In charge until she could commun- o( countries, tho jcate with her friends. A woman from) has 1Lc collectors, Stettler wroto to Travellers' Aid and Uieir discretion lo license the ev- portalion'of small (luantilics'of food- stuffs, when it involves merely fron- tier traffic on a smaller scale by per- sons living near tli'e bonier who make customary retail purchases' for their own needs. coming In on tho train from Foremoat, keep them for the nighf and put them on tho train going west at A young girl wishing to go to Great Falls was turned back at Coutts. Tra- KIKKBrS SPECIAL For Tomorrow, Thursday BUNS Regular, Price 40c per dozea Thursday after 10 o'clock KIRMBY CO. Phone 1627 Better Cough Syrup by Making it at Home never rpully, know what a jino cough syrun you can make jmtil you iircpnre this famous hoinc-nmcia rcmcoy. You save aa compared with the rc.idy-jnade kind, and you will have a more cITcctLva remedy in every way. It overcomes tlie usual couchs, ihroit or chest ooftla in 24 lieves even coiizh quickly, Get 2'A ounces Of 3'incr (50 cents worthy from any jiwxl ilrujf store, .iioiir II into ft bottle and fill tho bottle with plain sujar fiyrun. Hero you have 13 lamily (ho most effective couph sjrup that raoncr can a cost of only 55 ccots or lesj, It Mver -1 Tho prompt and txtsitivo reanlts pivtn ly tliia nlcasant tasting conph s.nup hare ea-jscd it to-be usert in jnore Jiomcia than any olijcr Tcmcrfy. H quickly loosens dry, hoarse or lifi'til coupn, heah the metn- that line the fhro.it ft ml bron- cnial iubcs, .and iclun comci HiiTT.cdifelcly. Splendid t lor tliront fickle, Tioaraoncaa, Lroncbitia, crovp-oul bronchial Rsthm.i. A com- for ccneratioas for Una cnbst Atoid' dkappoiniracnfc by asldnff Tour 'for ounecA 01 Viaex? full'directiors, and actvw tfv-. A ptfirantec of wtisfdction money prompt High Class Furniture AT UNRESERVED AUCTION- Waddingion't Auction Rooms, Tenth Street Sooth FRIDAY NEXT, DEC. 7th I COMMENCfNO AT 10.30 A.M. Favored with Instructions Trom Aim, H. J. Ooodo, Frank Wndd- inglon will sell by Public Auction as above, large assemblage of hfgh claaa J i FURNITURE And oftocls includtnjii SplecdM (iltilng room sullc In mission oaV, comprising .rountl extending dining lable, clilna cahlnct, act dining chnira, and. fine ChestcrlicH lounge Ollomfm 'stylo; mission oilclIlifafV'tablcr whito enamelled chiffonier; mag nlflccnt drcsaer In Drench enamel, witii hod and furnishings lo nnlch; two fine lounge chftlra; elegant Davenport In'fumc'd oak; Morris chnlr; .'grass futncrl oak hedroom set ted with springs and felt niaflress, dresser aha "ifrcsslng Ubla, In white enamel and oak; All with mclal springs and felt'mattress; mahoga'ny occasional chairs, gbli clubs ud bag; Victor gramophone; several very fine carpet typewriter In A 1 order; also a handspme dining suite In qoarWr Cut dak, comprising buffet, dining and extension Ubtai plrttres, china, crockery, booka, kitchen utensils, etc GOODS ON CASH PHONM WITHOUT RltERVC" ;