Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. 19T8 THE LETHBRIIKIK DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN SttiiRlUT Night SPECIAIS ;^Salefrom 7 until 9 o'clock' B pMMJiG[ SALE li� A fdi^lfeleah up of all odds and ends tonight. You'H find'iba^giiins'here that will>pay.jfeu well for a trip down tc^wh tonight. All sale prices, price reductions, and discbunts are at ah end tonight. i nemo corsets. Sice* 20.to 22 only...........HALF PRICE , girls'sweaters. Wor(h up to $2.00. 1 1>C .tonight......................................... ca*hmere hose. Sizes 8�4 to 9%. -Up to $1.25. tjt Tbnl^t ,............................... I,*>C TOaUES, TAMS. Woj'th up to 90c. (JA^ T6nlght.......................................... DVQ\ boys' jerseys. Grey only. . CQ V Tonight, each.......................... � i........ JJJfC C|�Rf(^T^;p0^5.R8., Finest ra^^^^^ 6.9C ^�N'S SOois's.' Pliieat of Cashinere.' Worth to " fiC jTitonight'^.......................................... ODC crep,e de chenes. Worth to |2,00. 1 1Q i ;^bhlght..................................... l�l?f f|.ANNELETTE blankets. Tan shade. $2.75. . gg WrtrrE QuIltS.' Last "titn'e tonlgli't.' ""' " * . J 25 Fl,''Aj�NEL'BTfE DRAWERS.' miteonly.''' ,'' ..........................� lioC LADiES' VESTS. Long sleeve,' medium weight. oo^ ! gPbnIpht....... ......i............................ CvC CREPE OE CHENE waists. Up to $6.00. ^ Ag IREE IN FAILED TO REGISTER, ARE NOW UNDER ARREST One Case Very Peculiar-Exemption Board Clearing , Up Cases SOME CONCESSION FROM the PRUSSIANS Amsterdam, Jan. 18.-The nholnslche Westfiiellache Zel; tung announces tlmt the Prussian loWor house Ims udotited a ? ' prntiosftt admlttlnj? women !* members to the iiiiinlcipalltlos ? committees oh nodal welfare, ^ public satety and bcIiooI boards. RICTER SEllWiNDOW FOR OTHER BARGAINS pn Sale Tonight Pi^h Coats, worth to $85. Tonight ... $49.00 Ycittr Coats, worth to $49. Tonight ... $30.00 Veidur Coats, worth to $37. Tonight ... $25.00 Cloth CoatI, worth to $30. Tonight..... $20.00 t#lcd Coato, worth to $25. Tonight.... $18.00 JM^A Coats, worth to $20. Tonight.... $13.00 %ge Dresses, worth to $18. Tonight ... $10.75 Attpher Silk and Serge Dresses at one-Fovrth Off & ca Washlifiiton, Jan. 10.-The railroad 8ltuatldhftii^';th9.imlddle w^st was so seriouslthw.-BepV'gt'ary. McAdoo,: .dlrec-' tor general ,%'t|iQ^>raUrpads, .decided SHIPPINGFEeCADSES GREAT LOSS OF HORSES ' Throe men have been taken In tow since Friday morning by the city police for failure to register or report under the Military Servlcft Act. Mich-uerGrasswIck and O. Henry Honrlck-, son were taken up yesterday and turned over to the military authorities While Robert Potors suffered the samo fate last night and wa.i turned over to the military authorities this morning by Magistrate JCIton. Honrickson's case fs a peculiar one. A few years ago he came to Canada from the United States of which coun-j try he was a citizen. He took up a homestead hero and to prove up he took out his citizenship papers. Hp sold his homestead going back to the [United Sthtes where he took up another homestead and also his first papers to once again eatabrsh himself as an American citizen. Recently he came back to Canada, and as he Is still a Canadian citizen it was his duty to report under the Military Service Act hut this he fa led to do, so he was taken up by the police authorities, taken bptore the medical board here, classed as an "A" man and Is today In khaki In Calgary. Grasswlck was classed as an "E" man, but was sent on to Calgary nev-I ortheloss. Peters,' who was head -I mechanic at the Baalim garage, Claims '.that he had never received his ordel-s ' to report and that ho was w^a'tlng for them. The Information of the police Is that his order to report for duty was forwarded to him here, but that he had changed his address without i notifying the military authorities. All the police are busy round'ng up defaulters under the act and every day someone passes through their hands. Exemption T �eo many glsantic changes in our economic lite and expect many of our old eatabltshed precldents to be cast aside. A few months ago he told the deputation of. labor tnen not to strike and look forward only tor the re-estabttsh-ment of pre-war labor conditions, but to work for changes In our economic system. Some people are of the opinion that Canada will be the least affected "of tne belligerents In the recovering from the national resources nf the country. However, these matters win be discussed by Mr. Buchanan and an interesting lecture is anticipated. The election of officers will be ^leld at the conclusion of the address. The musical program is under the direction of Leo M. Coombs. Washington, Jan. 19.-T"Shlpplng fe-! ver," and its (;ompllcatio�9^for whilch ,,_.__________,______,___,_________'nojsatlsfactory preventative;bB3 been to'suspend passenger train schedules caused the loss of 4,777 tov release locomotives for freight. hiJTe^ qiifte abstiM, , .:Butwhenyo^^>|ai^i.1follintf 2� HfiRPICIDE .' Application! 4t,thfl better barter aliopa llaaraiitiwdVy The HerplcUe Cos . - Sold Evnywber* i SPECIAL AGENTS, J. 0. HIglnbotbam * Co.. Ltd. horses and mules In the'army remount service. An announcement today said the loss amounted to :I835�D75,-Steps have been- takSn Ho^i'eiauce aa tar .is possible IOB8;from*the|dlsS[irtS,'a: form of influenza. Since'the Unlted/Stdtes entered the . war, a^rinyifhprseS: and mules'have increased 'fromv'6^,145 to 344,000.-.: � ;v'--A?;':.?-'^1'^ �.t'>r ; ' will closie exchange; ^ ^ New York, Jan. lO.'-rThe board of managers of the New York coffee and sugar exchange voted today to close the exchange at 1 o'clock oh the afternoon of every Monday included In the l^uel admlnlstrattop'a order., . , - Po Not Seek ; Bargains in Dentistry ' rwiHE best t Is none! to good 11 when/it case we devote ttie','utmost .of our skill, ualng ^dtilythe ; best sselooted high,,tirade materials, ra^a^^^^^^^^^^ n . A HI '..L. a: Prer�'ft'^^Uestlon 'of our mSder- UemUVtfiM-^piWniemt �^ee,.,?Nor;db'Qur patients np; ' ._ l^roach,Us'ln tear niid dread; Thei |t If g -�xporl�ncB;6frottters htis taughf , - ' � fijem that, ' V;\'' 4 Doors f^om Lethl:|ri�lK�'Hofil j''l,ETHBB|pQE. ^M^^-^'^' iJV; OF�*ICE-115A EIQHtSf ' SHOOTING ANTELOPE Southern Albertans are proud of ther antelope herds which In winter become quite tame and are often seen in the more thickly settled districts near Coaidale, some having come this winter to within'a halt'mile ot the city limits. -But. Nelson H. Wilson and Fred Hranac, living on a C. P. R. farm north u; Coaidale considered them legitimate'prey, and when ^ two A.tP. F. constables visited the'r farm the other day they found three skins with heads in the Hquie and twoxsr-casses of antelope hangtuf up' in' the barn. The perpetrators were brought to the city and pleaded guilty tQ. ah Intrnction of the Game Act before Magistrate Elton. They were fined $50 and costs or one month, and the Bklns and carcasses were confiscated. Ne;ther could pay the fine so they are doing 30 days at the Hotel de Rivers Maflatt's Spediic Gall Stones -AND- Appeadicitis Rempves Gall Stones Witheut Piifl. Danger or Lets of Tinw MARLATT'B SPECIFIC la a most powerful bowel cleanse!' which thoroughly purities the ayctem audi is a great success In the tr�UmeBt of ap-peitdleltls. Vne.ioeIled ^nr Intestinal, stomach and llyer dlaorjlera, perltpn^ Itis, kidney atonee, and .'ohronio ^'Indigestion. IT NEVER FaIiLS] JACKSON & CO; LCTHaRID9lB, aItA. ^ J.W.Miirltttt&Co. 681 Ontario St., Toronto ruu.ii�o�|s�Tiuyeek with Mr. and Mrs. John Dow, returns to Calgary today with his father. * A hearty Invitation is extended to all young ladles and young married ladles Of the city to come to the young ladles' class of Wesley church at 12 o'clock tomorrow. , The Sons of England assisted by the Daughters and Maids of England are holding a Whist drive and dance on Wednesday, Jan. 23rd, the proceeds to be in aid of a wounded soldier. �' � * The B. of.L. P. and B. dance last night proved a great success, there being present one of the largest crowds ever seen at a dance in Lethbrldge. The invitations and decorations were appropriate to the B. of L. F. & E,, one feature, being tho^ front of an engine built In one comer of the room, the headlight of which furnished the only Illumination for the moonlight dance. The music for the evening was especially fine and everyone voted It the best time ever. The ladles' society of the B. of L. F. � E. assisted with the refreshments. WAR MENU FOR MONDAY , Breakfast: Oatmeal Porridge, Bran Muffins, Apple Sauce^ Tea or Coffee. Diimer: Corned Beef, Boiled Potatoes, Carrots, Sago and Apple Pudding. Supper: Fried Cornmeal Mush, Graham Bread, Baked^ Apple, Tea. The recipe for Fried Cornmeal Mush, mentioned above, is as follows: Pour well-boUed cornmeal mush into a baking powder tin or dish with straight sides. After it Is cold turn out, cut In- to even slices and fry so that a crisp crust Is formed on both Slides. . . WAR'MENU for TUESDAY Broakfast; Hot Orlrtdlo Cakes, Syrup, Brown Hrcad, Tea or Ooftnn. Dinner: Heans nnd Ulce, naked i^n-; toes, Turnips, Baked Indian PudiUng. Supper: Potato Snlnd, Bread and Butfor, Oatmeal Ccokios, Jam, Tea. The recipe for Boans and nice, mentioned above, Is as foUow.s; 'i cups cooked kidney baans, 2 cup.n coriknl rice, 4 blips tomato sauce. To maUis the tomato sauce:-Brcwn :', tablespoons o( flour In V4 cup of drtpplnss or vegetable oil and mix with onn quart of atralnct^tomatoes nnd 1 tablespoon grated onion. GooK sauce flvo minutes; combine hot rice and boans; pour over them the hot sauce and serve. red CROSS NOTES Anyone wishing to get knitting instructions Is asked to call Mm. Uhas. MacKay, 803 3rd Ave. S., who Is T'av-Ing charge of the Red Cross wool in the rooms. Unless tho-ie who are knitting can make the "Kitchener toe" exactly as required by the Red Crous headquarters, they are asked to Juat run the last 20 stitches on a cord and Mrs. MacKay will complete the too, requiring leas time than to unravel and knit it oyer again. gave himself UP Montredl, Jan. 111.-Louis Wisln-talner, a young man, who was mentioned in connection with the dynamite cases here, yeatreday gave himself up to Federal Pcjlico Inspector Olroux. SATURDAY NIGHT IPECIALS School News A^hockey game was staged between Grades IXa and Vlll. on the Central rink on Wednesday. The game resulted In a tie. , There is now an average attendance of between 75 and 100 boys at. the shooting and O.T.C. classes In connection with the cadet corps. In the latter class tile scores are picking up remarkably. Attendance at the High school is growing larger each term and accommodation is again getting cramped. At a meeting of the L. S. executive. It was decided to hold, the first meeting for .the new term 6a Monday. This \ will take the form of a miscellaneous; program. Later a competition amongst the grades will be commenced. On! Friday evening the. auditorium of Central school presented a wonderful appearance when thd Literary society gave their masquerade in honor; of Grade XI. iThe costumes were many,and varied and Included a'lot of very original designs. Prizes for the best costumes, were awarded to Mlas! Louise Weslyn as 'Bo-Peep' and' Lyi* Gumming as 'Baby Murray.' Games were played until eleven o'clock when a dainty supper was served, ufter'wh'lch an hour's dancing brought the evening to a close. New Lork, Jan. IS.-In recognition of "their notable service to mankind)" gold medals were presented to Henry P. Oavlaon. chairman of the Red Cross war council; Herbert 0, Hoover, food controller and Dr, W. M. J. Mayo, famous surgeon oV^Rpchester, Minn., at the fifth annual diijner of the Nat-Ipnal Institute of Saoial Friends here tonight. DRINK Coca Cola 5c a bottle At your dealel'a.pr we deliver a Case of 24 half pint Bottles To Any>Brt of the City for $1.00 (Bottlea to be returned, when empty.) Sole Bottling Aaents for Leth-brldgs District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue & 4th St. S. Phone 1501 I Tel!s How to Stop a i\ I Bad Cough i X Bam.f fiwm W� frnrae. jt ? uuUe nrrup. Eaiillr'.prapwM - ? ^ and cMis UltlA � (fr�'>�4>^hiff^ ,. Give your little' one lots of It every day. Nothing else will, do hlin as much good. How much shall we send you? . , : ,� .. . Crystal Dairy Limited Buenos Aiwa, Jan,' lS.r*^The director of the Gorman hospital haa informed the foreign offlceiiere lie can to more oloiely guarded, raraisq orfl9 Odd Lines in Corsets In CouUl make with 6 supporters. High or low make. Regular 15.00. Saturday Night Only.. 2.49 A Lovely Range of House '�� Dresses In light or dark materials. AUsl^ts. Saturday Night | CQl Only ........................ leiJ^. 6 Only, Double O'Cedar Mops Triangle .shape. Regular. ; i. An ?1.25, Saturday Night Only.. laVV 6 only. Regular ?1.B0. Sat-" | ^ffk urday Night only........... laAV 1 - ^ White Silk WaisU In a charming variety of Sizes 36 to 44. Saturday Night Only................ makes. 1.59 8 Only, Lamanated Cotton Filled Comforters with art sllkollne. ...v..-:...t75i: , 66x72. Covered Regular ?3.75. 7 to 9 o'clock ..., 50 Pair, AD Wool Ekck Cashmere Hose 8I/& to 10. Regular fl.90 pair. 7 to 9 Saturday Night, 3 pairi 1.60. Men's Flannelett^ Pyjamas Saturday J 9S Regular $2.50. Night Special: .. Men's Silk Web Suspenders Regular Jl.OO. Saturday 7l|j,f Night Only ............... Boy's Fleece Lined Undor-�. "wear �..-^v ;,| ''i Two-piece garments, llogular QCi'-50c.;Saturday.Night Only ... �*slC j 1 bottle Honey......... 25oi; 1 tin Shrimp .......:........... 20o! t tin Chicken Soup ..........SOe*. Regular .. ,v.....;......,., 65�;! Saturday, Night, 7-9 4 Bananae ..................... 6 Orangee ',...^...........;. 4 Ibf. Applet'.................. 2801 Sfio 250 Regular ...........'...i'...... 76e , Saturday^Night, 7-9 / I ^TORE CLOSES 9 .1'