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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUAHY 4, li)l8 THE L2-'ilJBRJDOii; DAILY HERALD A lovely new variety of camisoles, envelopes, govi'ns and blodmers just to hand by express. 2.00 Heavy 3.75 8IUK CAWI80LE8. Tleuutlfully made, oxcollent,(iuaHt.y Bilk. Col Jl'B \Vlilto aiiil floBh. i;25 to............... aiLK ENVELOPES. weight allk, White ami flesh. Special $a.7B to .. SILK OOWNS. Boaultfully embroidered hy hand. White and flesh. Special q ca $7.00 to............. o.ov NEW SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES. Another shipment of early Spring garments just to liand this morninB hy oxpreas. New Silks and Wash Goods Now on Display CREPE ground BtripoB. 2.25 STRIPED SILKS AND DE CHINES. White with various width Special-values at $1.35 to............... PLAIN SILKS AND CREPE DE CHINEiS. Shot Tai:fetas,. Tus-sahs ^n various colors arid poplins. Duchcaae and Grepe do Chines in all colors. j-^IJ 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 ia Paisley, floral and figured designs. Special G5c to '---- WHITE FLANNELETTE. T.wo very special values in 33 to 30 In. goodfj. Fine pure finish. Lov ely quality, heavy weight. 2&C and .......... 45c 75c 30c THEvLAOIES' STORE 612 Tlrlrd Ave. 8. . JEWELER DEAD Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 4.--Joseph T. Bailey, president of the'Bailey, Banks and Biddlj company, and well knowji inUho jewelly centres of Ihe United States and Europe,'died yesterday.'He was 83 years of age. He was a prominent patron of the arts and sciences. M. V. .fohniitoii, the American coii-Jjular agent, has received advice that Mr, JSdward J. Quinn, It!s. Income tax inspector, now at Vancouver, B.C., will come to Alberta when ho has finlshod his work on the.coast, and will make his headquarters at Calgary. Mr. Qulnn win assist American' citizehs In making but tlielr income tax returns, and It is the, wish pf the treasury department that he also collect the tax. The income tax roturn should be filed With Mr. Quinn and remittances of the tax may be s^nt to htm at the same time. U Is, alleges tad. tliat persons who are In doubt and dejlre Information on certain points should tile returns with Mi: Qwlnn, attaching memoranda setting forth thoSe things which are do6btful. Whin Mr. Qulnn comes to Alberta he will arrange for refunds In cases where porapna may have overpaid, and for supplemental returns If additional tax is duo. Citizens of the United States whose net Incomes for the calendar year 1917 exceed $1,000.00 in the "t'ase.'of unmarried persons, are subject to United States income tax regardless of the tact that they may be living abroad and paying the Income tax 6t the country wherein-they reside; but persons paying Inconrie tax to a foreign government may deduct the amount actually so paid during 1917 from their gross Income upon U. S. Form 1040A In compiiting the net Income ou wUIch the tax Is to be paid. This Is. a war income tax, and It Is a patriotic duly, as woU as a legal obligation, for 'all American citizens to respond and'so help win the war. Mr. Johnston hai received a' small supply of Form 1040A (tor incomes ndt exceeding $3,000.00 or not exceeding thov personal exemption by more tljan 2,000.00),. .They can be obtained at his office and, no fee is chargecl for administering the oath as ti/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 1, 1918. , The Portnlghlly Musical Club meets tonight with Mrs. Ur. Connor, 7th Ave. ii 8 o'clock. , ' � * � Mr. Oeorge Mclvor loft Sunday night tor Calgary, where he intends Bpendiiig several months.    The history and current events section of the Mathosis Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. H. H. Nichols, 1001 8th Ave. S. �   Mrs. A. A. Black who has been staying with her husband who underwent an operation at the Van Haarlem hospital has returned ' to. her home-In Barons. ,    The Major Jack Jtosa cliapter, I. O. D. K., are giving a Valentine card party and dance on the 8th in the Veterans club rooms. Tables can bo re served for cards by notifying Mrs. Peter iiUnd, phone 470.  �  * The Music Department of the Mdlh-ests Club will meet at the home of Mrs. KIrkham, 316 13th St. S., tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Aiiy new members Ayishlng to join this department are invited to attend this meeting. * i� I* Next week is the time. for the col lection of, soap coupons to bo sent to Oalgary. Will everybody having Royal Crown or Golden West Soap coupons please send them to 318 Sherlock Building on or before February 12th., Through the W. C. T. U.'s agreement with the Royal Crown Soap Co. Ltd., of Calgary for a cash com mission of l-2c per wrapper, $122.00 was last year-reallKcd-for our IjOth bridge Travelers' Aid, on coupons sent In from outside points. Will not every woman in Lethbridge enlist to do her bit in this good cause? Even if you have but a tew coupons. It la the many-"tews" collected together that count. REBELS FIRE ON WOLVES IN NOVA SCOTIA Halifax, Feb. 4.-Wolves are reported In Nova Scotio, alter many years' absence, VINOL MAKES CHILDP STRONG And Invigorates Old People Any .doctor'will tell you that the ingredients of Vinol afl printed below contain thtf elements . needed to, ini' prove the health of delicate children and restore Btreiigth to old people. TK Cod Llv�r and Beef Peptanea, Iron " Bnit If .nsaneHPeptonaut, Iran and AmmoDtum Citrate, Lime and Boda Q yc.ropliaaphatea, Cucaria. Those whahiive puny, > ailing or I run;dp#n, children- or aged ^parents 'may pravt iHis4t.6uir (expense.. Be6ia��:!;tlt�;8�>o4'it does children and � th�;'|igit4 \tb,ere if nothing, Ul^e V)(i9li|tpr�stort strength and vitality to .weak>ii,nery6^s-.swoin6h and' overworked, iwrilQwitinen..'' � ' , . Try'it. If ybtt'are riot entirely sat-' isfied, wa will return your money without quMtiop;. that proves our fairness' and your protection; Millions of paopU have been convincsd thij-'way. ,,s �., . J. D. HIQINBOTHAM & CO.rLTD. >Orugglsts> Lethbridge. Also at the best druagists In all Alberta towns.' ' - Stockholm, Feb. 4.-Swedish steamers, accompanied bya gunboat and nil ice-breaker, *whlch had- crossed the Gulf of Bothnia to take; on Swedish subjedls � cTeslBSg 'to 'leaTe Flnl'and on account of the revolution were fired on yesterday by 8ome,'of-:the revolutionary guard-on the ialand ot Raetso, near the Finnish port of Myantyuluoto six shells burst wit|iln a'short distance of the Ice-breaker. l^ater Russian sallors.s and red guards boarded, the gunboat and explained they had-(Ired In the belief that the steamships were carrying troops and munitions. They permitted all the vessels 6xcept the gUiiboat. to enter the port. . IICULES GERMANY WITH PAPER MONEY Amsterdam, Feb. 4.-The artist who designed papec money of tjie denomination of fifty pfennigs which is now being circulated In several rural towns of Prussia has'been arrested at Nleb-ertahnst^in on- the charge ot holding up the fatherland to ridicule. His al-fence lay;.according tO!the Maasbode of Rotterdam, In the ornamentatlou on the margin of the bills. ' ' After the m^hay had been in circulation for some time, it was discovered that the marginal decorations consisted mo9tly;^,of; drawings ot. articles of fopdrAbbvo 'a'pifcWre 6t'a'^ham ihe artist Inscribed In microscopic letters "a tender memory and a fond hope." Over a deslgniof three, turnips he wrote: "This-Is I'hdw the' Oormans live." -i^yf:^ ^f!,^ ':^'i^, we will see deteloped lu Europe a' great non-repentant autocracy wbicU' will not only include Qeriiiany and Austria, biit Russia and Turkey ai; well., Then will come the 'nexttlmu* which .the Qorroans so 'boldly. vaunC today." ' ,1' , This is the message of warning to the jteople ot the United States from AroMdeacon Cody, Toroi^to, in an adf dress here yesterday'under, the qeuts on rates.in mQ(|lfled�,j|ron and steel, billets, pig iron and,, artt Qhio ^QdtPo^>. mac. and to Cbvadlan pnipts, Thei^puir-: po4Q is to restore' priiti^xiptlngi^'ttlllr-tiohshipB thrown out ot adjustme^t^cby recent Increases, t :>,,;, ,;'t ,, ,11,, ' HI^H SCH00I.':BURNS 'f. Gananoque,-"Ont., Feb, 4,-The inter; lor of the hicfh school bUtldlng, on^/ot the best equipped insMtutlops ot its sise In c;a^4dr,t y(�8 Rraotlcally da-,stroyed by tire yesterday 'attemoon.',)!^., Mrs.-'.Tohn MlUor, 1512 4th Ave. north, has returned from a six weeks visit to the atate.H.    ' Miss Eleanor l-'lcmluR onlertalued the pupils of Miss Uawden'H school at Starlnnd on Saturday afternoon. � * St. Mary's .T. W. A. arc holding their annual concoit In St. Mary's parish hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.  *  The ladies swimming and gyranas ium classes under the auspices ot the Women's Civic Club will he hold as usual on Wednu.'iday, children at 4 o'clock and adults ai 7.:i0. AM* Gunner Henry I.owo. ,lr.. of France wishes to thank Ihu Young People's Bible Class of the United tlhnrch for a parcel pnd also acknowledges'with thanks receipt of a parcel with name of sender not given.  * w a WAR MENU FOR TUESDAY Breakfast - Oranges, Scrambled eggs. Toast, Coffee. ninner-Baked While Fish, Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Celery, Steamed Suet Pudding, Lemon Sauce. Supper-Black Bean Soup, Scotch Oat Cake, Buckwheat Pancakes, Brown Sugar Syrup, Tea. The roceipe for Black Bean Soupj mentioned above, is as follows: 1 cup cooked black soy beans, cups of cold water, 1-2 onion, 1 stalk celery, 1 level teaspoon salt, 1-2 level teaspoon pepper, 1 8 level teaspoon mustard, 1 level table.spoon fat. Cook onions, in fat. Add beans, water an\3 seasonings, Simmer 1 hour. Serve hot.    RED CROSS NOTES Red Cross Shipment to Calgary for the Month of January. 1G2 suits pyjamas, 72 day shirts, 480 flannel binders, ISO bath towels, 15C many-tailed bandages, 90 sheets, 516 pillow cases,. 1092 buck tqw.ols, 96 slings, 972 handkerchiefs, 'iBO pairs socks, 6 amputation .slings. � G -P. P. bags, 72 wash cloths. 24 kit bags, 18 Surgical stocking.?, 12 French cups, liousewlves, 6-surgical shirts, 2 pneumonia Jackets,' 24 surgeons operating efowns, 12 foinentatlon wringers, dressing gowns 408 T bandages. Total articles 4535. Mis. Wm. Scott, , � .Chairman Packing Com ����� . The Red CrosB shipments of sup plies during Jauuuiy were the largest >\rhlch have ever been made. This [yyaa due, in part, to the increased number of women serving since the house:to-housQ ^tanvas --for- workers Altbbugh three' of the districts have hot .yet been reported, there a^e now on t}ie list the names and addresses ot 32iS women sewing at houie, individually brVwith organizations sewing outside ,tlie rooms. 189 sewing In the roomg on Tuesdays'or with organlza. tlona, 7G who arQ knitting for the Red Cross, 5G who dfe doing the cutting and 22 working in some department in the rooms. At present the organizations in the city which have bags ot Red Cross work sent to th.di^ (except Saturday's) from 10 a.m, toiB p.m. and if; those sewing or khtttlhg at home, wUo'can possible do so, will call or send-tor the work from the rooms, the work^of the cadets will not boiqnlteso heivy as at preaent, especially during the cold weather. Tbeqe boys, with Miss Pedley now in oliarge, faithfully distribute parcels and bags of work each Saturday morning. The boys of the Westminster and Oalbralth schools In change of Mrs, Qllmore are very capably distrib  Uting all parcels and bags to the 166 women of North Lethbridge who are owing and knitting. Owink to the large number of new, workers who wlBl|iod sewing sent to them, there qiay po�slbly be names overlooked. If so; will any of those peraons kindly notify the Red Cross office? ' According to the Spring War Work Book Just received from headquarters �uri�ons', operating^gowns; stretcher caps, socks, personal.; iilroperty. those who have, been doing the plain sewing who will no doubt be Willing to make these more necessary rtlclofl at present. Although msmbersiilps$8iivi|i� for ,wbrk-raVtnej-9 were,6* UAw orrjurew^d aq t(V{^.'me|[nbershlps, 21 aise.clateand 49 jantor. memberships. . Jlvory elticen 6t _ , LethMdgo 8hQ\iWi iw.^^^ttnbitr pt the f PAOE S $3,215d� Represents ihe value of our NEW fUB FABRICS for the Coming Season, ^ tt ^ Watch Tomorrow Night's paper for full particulars of these goods-we are at present busy opening out and preparing them for your inspection. But just here we would emphasize the fact that these goods are exclusive and absolutely confined to us in Lethbridge. ' in the Ctt^ (Tburches Wesley Church.-Monday, 7.30 p.m., meeting of the " 'Teen Age" boys, also the Campflre Girls. Tuesda.v. 8 p.m.. the secbrid open' sessions of the Parliament. The public cordially Invited. Wednesday, 3 p^m'., the regular monthly meeting ot tljo ladles' aid; general prayer and praise service at 8 p.m. Thursday at 8 jwn., choir practice. L. D. S.-The relief society meets Tuesday afternoon at 2..'i0 at the homo of Mrs. Ursonbach,' 5th Ave. A., sub �!ct "Theology." Christian Church.-Monday, R p.m., regular board meeting at the church. Tuesday evening, C. E. business and social meeting at the church. Wednesday, 2.30 p.m., C. W. B. M., and ladies' aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Farrow; union prayer meeting at .8 p.m. In Wesley church. Thursday, choir practice. St. Mary's Church.-^Tuesday at 8.30 p.m., teachers meeting; concert Iii the parish hall at .8 o'clock by the J. W. A. Thursday, 8 p.m., G. A. Friday, 8 p.m.. Intercession  service; choir practice at 8.S0.' Saturday, 7.15 p.m.. Boy's Clijb. St. Cyprian's Church.-Thursday at 3 p.m., women meet at the Red Cross rooms. �� Friday, S p.m.. choir practice. Saturday, .2.30 p.m.. Junior Auxiliary. Unltad 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, 8 p.m., senior choir practice. Friday evening, junior choir social In the ! ^ ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE 1 POPULAR SERVICE '^-j Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Aganto or Company's Office, 270 Main Sti Winnipeg. ,., ! T HE Big CLOSING-OUT AUCTION SALE of the Hayr Hardware Stock will take place on, WED.^ FEB. 20th. Lists are being prepared and will tie ready February 12th, and may be had on application to the Hayr Hardware Co., or Frank G. Waddington, Auctioneer^ ; ; - V in......ran" iiinniii |,ydla E. PiBfchaih'a VegotsWi Compound �urwi m� �1 did nofneed the bp^rdtlon, J/^ t�Mtojr kll roylrionda'gbout it --Mrs. A. WT Bmzm, BlMk RWer Falls, Wis. It is Ittit �* oxperienMi M Jhat of Un. Bfiieer thrt hu made this fam wmedys^houMhold difRl%6M!enU, li { The Major jack Ross' Chapter of I. O. D. E � WILL HOLD "A f ' VALENTINE PAHtY AT TH^ VETERANS'CLUB ~ ON FRIDAY; FEB. si TH� .venlng. has'been sst ra few days .arlier than Valentine's Pay on aecoMnt-of the opening of the L�nten'.Season. . ic^KdSTO DANCING � i Vocal Soloa by miss mamie BB0pKSandM|n,;6S0, FL^min�^;| , Tlel