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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FKBIUIAKY I, 1J)18 THE L^iliSKinCif; DAILY .HKRALT) NEW SILK A lovely new variety of camisoles, env e lop es, gowns and blobmcrs just to hand by express. SILK CAMISOLES, rienutifiilly inudn. oxcollent. (|iuiHt.y silk. Colon; white and iluHh. O A/k $J.LT> to ............... Z.UU SILK ENVELOPES. Heavy weight silk, Whito imil O 7C* floBh. Special $Ii,75 to 09$0 SILK GOWNS. Jioautifully embroidered hy hand. White and llosli. Special $7.00 to............. NEW SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES. Another shipment of o'irly Spring gnnnonts just to band this morning by exuruttsT New Silks and Wash Goods Now on Display 8.50 ground strlpOB. 2.25 STRIPED SILKS AND CREPE DE CHINES. White widi various width Spocial values at ?J..'!5 to ............... PLAIN SILKS AND CREPE DE CHINES. Shot Taffetas,. Tua-sahs -in various colors and poplins. Duchense and Crepe do Chines iu all colors. J WASH CREPES AND POPLINS Plain colors and wide and narrow stripes. A lovely variety in this one lot. Special ............... WHITE & COLORED VOILES. An exceptionally wide variety of choice. White in plain or striped effects. Colors in, Paisley, floral and figured designs. Special 05c to...... WHITE FLANNELETTE. Two very Bpecial values in 113 to 30 in, goods. Fine pure finish. Lovely quality, heavy weight. q/\ 25c and ............... JUC 45 c 75c THE LADIES' STORE 012 Third Ave. S. JEWELER DEAD Philadelphia, Pa.. Feb. 4.--Joseph T. Bailey, president of the Bailey, Banks and Middle, company, and well know^n in the jcwclfy centres of the United States and Europe, died yesterday. He was S3 years of age. He was a prominent patron of the arts and sciences. WOLVES IN NOVA SCOTIA Halifax, Keb. 4.-Wolves are reported in Nova Hcotia, after many years-absence. VIM MAKES And Invigorates Old People Any doctor will tell you that the ingredients of Vinol as printed below contain the elements needed to improve the health of delicate children and restore strength to old people. JJ Cod Liver and Boef Peptones, Iron " and MangauccaPcptonates, Iron end Ammonium Citrate, Lime and Soda Glycerophosphates, Cascarin. Tnose who have puny, ailing or i run-doWn children or aged parents ; may prove this at our expense.. Besides the good it does children and the aged there is nothing- like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to weak, nervous women and overworked, run-down men, ' Try it. If you are not entirely satisfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our fairness and your protection. Millions of people have been convinced this way. J. D. HIGJNBOTHAM & CO.. LTD. Druggists, Lethbrldge. AI30 at the best druggists In all Alberta towns. CITIZENS TO PAY THE Tit I M. I1. .Johnston, the American con- F ^uiar agent, has received advice that Mr. liHiward J. Quinn, U.S. income tax inspector, now at Vancouver, H.C., will come to Alberta when he has finished his work on the coast, and will make his headquarters at Calgary. M r. Quinn will assist American citizens in making out thnir income tax returns, and it is the wish of the treasury department thai he also collect the (ax. The income tax return should he filed wllli Air. Quinn and remittances of the tax may he sent to him at the same time. It is suggested that persons who are in doubt and desire information on certain points should file returns with Mr. QiiiInn, attaching memoranda setting forth those things which are doubtful. Whin Mr. Quinn comes to Alberta he will arrange for refunds in cases where persons may have overpaid, and for supplemental returns if additional tax is due. Citizens of the United States whose net incomes for the calendar year 1!H7 exceed $l,UOU.OO in the case of unmarried persons, are subject to United Slates income tax regardless of the fact that, they may he living abroad and paying the income tax of the country wherein they reside; but. persons paying income tax to a foreign government may deduct the amount actually iso paid during 1A17 from their gross income upon U. S. Form 1040A in computing the net income ou which the tax is to be paid. This is a war income tax, and it is a patriotic duty, as well as a legal obligation, for all American citizens to respond and so help win the war. Mr. Johnston has received a' small supply of Form 1040A (for incomes not exceeding $U,000.00 or not exceeding the personal exemption by more than 2,000.00). They can be obtained at his office and no fee is charged for administering the oath as to*' the correctness of the returns. The income tax returns must be made out in time to reach the collectors of internal revenue on or before March ], 1018. PHONE 1224 Stockholm, Feb. 4.-Swedish steamers, accompanied by a gunboat and mi ice-breaker, 'which had crossed the Gulf of Bothnia to take, on Swedish subjects desiring ""to leave Finland on account of the revolution were fired on yesterday by some of the revolutionary guard on the island of Raefso, near the Finnish port of Myantyuluoto six shells burst within a^short distance of the ice-breaker. Later Russian sailors and red guards boarded the gunboat and explained they had fired in the belief that the steamships were carrying troops and munitions. They permitted all the vessels except the gunboat, to enter the port. ' I Amsterdam, Feb. 4.-The artist who designed paper money of the denomination of fifty pfennigs which is now being circulated in several rural towns of Prussia has been arrested at Nieb-ertahnstein on the charge of holding up the fatherland to ridicule. H fence lay, according to the Maasbode of Rotterdam, in the ornamentation on the margin of the bills. After the money hud been in circulation for some time, it was discovered that the marginal decorations consisted mostly of drawings of articles of food. Above a picture of a ham the artist inscribed in microscopic letters "a tender memory and a fond hope." Over a design of three turnips he wrote: "TnUi is 'how the Germans live.'' "Mrs. Wiggs" Says: I miss Mr. "Wlggs like when a person puts their tongue in tho empty place where a tooth's been pulled out. ANOTHER CARLOAD OF Percheron and Belgian Stallions and Is here. Inspection invited. The horses talk for themselves. BREEDERS GUARANTEE WITH EACH HORSE SOLD, DYGERT AT ROGER'S SALE BARN, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 530 The Fortnightly Musical Club meets tonight with Mrs. Dr. Connor, 7th Ave. H o'clock. rd Friday afternoons; Eastern Star. 2nd and 4th Friday afternoons; J. O. Wesley Church.-Monday, 7.30 p.m., meeting of the " 'Teen Age"' boys, also the Caxnpfire Girls. Tuesdav. 8 p.m.. t 1 he second open sessions of the Par-j iament. The public cordially invited., Wednesday, ii p.m.. the regular monthly meeting of the ladies' aid; general prayer and praise service at S p.m. Thursday at 8 p*m.. choir practice. L. D. S.-The relief society meets Tuesday afternoon at 2.150 at the homo of Mrs. Ursenbaeh. 5th Ave. A., sub feet "Theology." Christian Church.-Monday, S p.m., regular board meeting at the church. Tuesday evening, C. E. business and social meeting at the church. Wednesday, 2.80 p.m., C. W. B. M., and ! ladies' aid meeting at. the home of | Mrs. Farrow; union prayer meeting �tit S p.m. in Wesley church. Thursday, choir practice. St. Mary's Church.-*-Tuesday at S.ao p.m., teachers meeting; concert, in the parish hall at S o'clock by the J. W. A. Thursday, S p.m., G. A. Friday, 8 p.m., intercession service; choir practice at; 8.30. Saturday, 7.15 p.m., Boy's Club. St. Cyprian's Church.-Thursday at 3 p.m., women meet at ihe Red Cross rooms. Friday, S p.m., choir practice. Saturday, 2.30 p.m., .lunior Auxiliary. United Church.-Monday evening. C. E. Tuesday, 8 p.m., S. S. executive in the church. Wednesday, 8 p.m., union prayer meeting at Wesley church. Thursday, S p.m., senior choir practice. Friday evening, junior choir social in the ^iiurch. A meeting of the quarterly official board in the parsonage at 8 p.m. Knox Church-Monday evening. 7.110 p.m., C.S.10.T. meeting in the school room. Tuesday evening at S, there will be a meeting of the session in the vestry. Wednesday. S p.m., the union prayer meeting will be held this week in Wesley ball. Thursday evening. S p.m.. ihe teachers training class will meet in the vestry. Friday evening. S p.m.. meeting of the teachers and officers of tlie Sundav school in the vest)'}'. Baptist Church.-Monday, 4 p.m.. Mission Band. Wednesday. 8 p.m., prayer'meeting in the church. Thursday, 8 p.m., choir practice at the parsonage. Friday, 7 p.m., pastor's study class for the " 'teen age" boys and girls. A lantern lecture at 8 o'clock, which is open to the public. Christian Science--Wednesday. 8 p. m.. regular weekly testimony meeting. �> > > > INVOLVES MILLIONS > --� * Xew York, Feb. 4.-A com- ? puny in which T. Coleman Dn- > pout is financially, interested haw been formed to take over ihe Waldorf-Astoria in this city, one oi the be3t known hotels in the world, according to an announcement hy George C. Boldt. manager of the hotel. The Boldt estate, it was stated, retains a substantial interest in the company. It is said that the saie of (Ijh hofe/ involved $20,-000,000. r �> c� 6 # * * *> * * * � * COAL EMBARGO LIFTED Boston, Mass., Feb. 4.-The embargo on the delivery of coal to office buildings, stores and factories in Boston was lifted today after having been in force since Wednesday. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agantg or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. i HE Big CLOSING-OUT 4 4 AUCTION SALE of i THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, One of Thoiuands of Suck Cases* the Hayr Hardware Stock will take place on WED., FEB. 20th. I Lists are being prepared and will be ready February 12th. and may be had on application to the Hayr Hardware Co., or Frank G. Waddington, Auctioneer^ " 11 J 4 I t �ms*!? A. � Black River Falls, Wis. - "At Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound saved me from an operation. I cannot aayenougn in praise of it. I suffered from organic troubles and my aide hurt me bo 1 could hardly be up from my bed, and I was unable todoniy housework. I h\d the best doctors in Kau Claire and they wanted me to have an operation, but LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me ao 1 did not need the operation, and I am tolling all my friends about it"-Mrs. A- W. BiNZER, Black River Falls, Wis. It is just such experiences as that of Mrs. Binrer that haa made this famous root and herb remedy & household word from ocean to ocean. Any woman who suffers rrom inflammation, ulceration, displacements, backache, nervousnesa, irregularitiet or " the .bluesi" should not rest until aha has given it a trial, and for Jipaclal advice writa Lvdia Pinkham Medieina Ce<, Lynn, Mas*. The Major Jack Ross Chapter of I. O. D. E. WILL HOLD A AT THE VETERANS' CLUB ON FRIDAY, FEB. 8th The evening has been set a tew days earlier than Valentine's Day on account of the opening of the Lenten Season. � *' 1 4 CARDS AND DANCING Vocal Solos by ,  MISS MAMIE BROOKS and MR. GEO. FLEMING Tickets 75c each can be had from any member of the chapter. FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC WORK Dancing at 8,30. Miss Arnold wlJl provide music. 0 C?4C ;