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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. 1018 THE LETHBRIDOtt DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Night r On Sale from 7 until 9 o'clock LAST RUMMAGE SALE LIST A final clean up of all odds and ends tonight. You'll find bargains here that will pay ybu well for a trip down town tonight. All sale prices, price reductions, and discounts are at an end tonight. 1 One Case Very Peculiar-Exemption Board Clearing Up Cases NEMO CORSETS. Sizes 20 to 22 only...........HALF PRICE GIRLS' SWEATERS. Worth up to $2.00. | or Tonight ......................................... ls�3 CASHMERE H08E. Sizes 8% to 9%. Up to $1.25. Tonight ............... .......................... I .DC TOQUES, TAMS. Worth up to 00c. rn Tonight.......................................... DUC BOYS' JERSEYS. Grey only, . �A* Tonight, each .................................... DJJC CORSET COVERS. Finest muslin. Up to $1.25. aa^ For.............................................oyc MEN'S SOCKS. Finest of Cashmere. Worth to $1.25. cc* ' Tonight .......................................... ODC CREPE DE CHENE8. Worth to $2.00. 110 Tonight .............................. ........ islsf FLANNELETTE BLANKETS. Tan shade. $2.75. | Qrj For.............................................. 1�U D WHITE QUILTS. Last time tonight. 1 9C i^or .............. .............................. 1*mu FLANNELETTE DRAWERS. White only. 7C*% Tonight........................................... # DC LADIES' VESTS. Long sleeve, medium weight. OA** Tonteht..............-............................ LJZ CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS. Up to $6.00. -J Fop.............................................. U*HD *> *5� * * * * * i SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER BARGAINS and Dresses Sale Tonight PIujH Coats, worth to $85. Tonight Velour Coats, worth to $49. Tonight Velour Coats, worth to $37. Tonight *   $49.00 $30.00 $25.00 Cloth Coats, worth to $30. Tonight.....$20.00 $18.00 Tweed Coats, worth to $25. Tonight Tweed Coats, worth to $20. Tonight Serge Dresses, worth to $ 18. Tonight  * ft $13.00 $10.75 Other Silk and Serge Dresses at one-Fourth Off 1 RELEASE FREIGHT Washington, Jan. 19.-The railroad situation' in the middle west was so serious that Secretary McAdoo, director general of. the railroads, decided to'suspend passenger train schedules to release locomotives for freight. T LOSS OF HORSES 'Throe men Uavo been taken in tow since Friday morning by the city police for failure to renter or report under the M.lilary Servie*^ Act. Mich-nel'OriiHfiwjck and 0. Henry Henrick-. son were taken up yesterday and turn od over to the military authorities while Robert Peters suffered the samo fate last night and wan turned over to the military ftuUioritic3 this morning by Magistrate JClion. Honrickson's case 's a peculiar one. A few years ago ho came to Canada from the United States of which country ho was a citizen. He took up a homestead here and to prove up he took out his citizens}]ip papers. Ho Hold his homestead going hack to the United States where he took up another homestead and also his first papers to once again establ'sh 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 but tH'.s lie fa led to do, so he was taken up by the police authorities, taken before the medical board here, classed as an "A" man and is today in khaki in Calgary. Grasswick was classed as an "K" man, but was sent on to Calgary nevertheless. Peters, who was head mechanic at the Baalim garage, claims that he had never received his orders to report and that he was waiting 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 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 Tribunal Lethbridge exemption tribunal expects to complete its work at one more session which will be held on the last day of this month. Messrs. Conybeare and Symonds were in session today to dispose of a couple of cases. They have about a dozen yet on the list of men who have registered but have failed either to appear before the tribunal or before the medical board. Dr. Conybeare stated this morning that he was not surprised that one of the men had not appeared, *>b he Is now an Inmate of the penitentiary at Edmonton. Medical Board The medical board under Capt. Leech is examining three or four men daily.' J. H. Fitchett a school teacher from the south was passed yesterday for the'Flying Corps. R. MacEachern was passed for the same branch earlier in the week. G. E. Hazel yesterday enlisted and was passed for the Army Medical Corps. REVOLVERS IN H After the recent fatal shooUng at Milk River which resulted in the coroner's jury adding a rider to their verdict asking the governments to see that greater restrictions were placed on the use of firearms, especially by ch'ldron, W. A. Buchanan, M.P., was a3ked by the jury to take the matter up with the authorities to sec if something could not be done. With this end in view^he communir-ated with the attorney general's department at Edmonton, with 4he result that Police Comm'fiioner Primrose of the A. P, P. force has made a special investigation of the case. In his report he says that the only suggestion he could offer would be that another clause should be added to Section }JS of the Criminal Code making K an offense for parents or guardians to leave revolvers lying around loose where they could be obtained by minors and others. Mr. Beaumont is spending the weekend in Calgary.  *  Mrs. A. K. Humphries will spend the balance of the winter at the coast.    Mr, M. Harris and Mr. KusbcII of Taber are spending the week-end in the city. to even slices and fry so rhat a crisp crust, is formed on both Sid oh. * * if WAR'' MENU FOR TUESDAY Breakfast: Mot Griddle Cakes. Syrup, Brown Bread, Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Beans and Rico. Baked I'o-toes. Turnips, Baked Indian Pudding. Supper; Potato Salad, Bread and BuU'cr, Oatmeal Cookies, .lam, Tea. The recipe for Beans and Rico, mentioned above, is as follows: U nips cooked kidney beam;, 2 cups conU.-Mf rice, 4 cups tomato sauce. To inali" the tomato saueo:--Bn:wn :i tab,.1- drinpl.r-^ with oiim i ouarl, of strained tomatoes and 1 tablespoon grated onion. Cook sauce five minutes; combine hot rice, and beans: pour over them the serve. ATURDAY .spoons o� flour in '4 cup of or vegetable oil and mix r I Mr. Gavin Spence in the city the guest Spence, Jr. of Edmonton, is of his ho.i, Gavin t 4 I A business meeting of St, Augus-tin's Women's Auxiliary will be held Monday at 4 p.m. in the parish hall. * � � The art needlework club will meet, at the home of Mrs. Young, '�22 5th Ave. S. on Monday afternoon. *  m The Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the receipt of 24 pairs of socks from Sir Alexander Gait chapter I.O.D.E. * * V Mrs. Brown and daughter, Miss Ruby are leaving on Monday for California where they Intend spending the winter. *   Mrs. T. J. Leadbeater, who underwent an operation for appendicltic on Monday at the Van Maarlem hospital, is recovering nicely. * * * Master Bobbie Mabec, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Maybee. who has been visiting for a week 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 ladies of the city to come to the young ladies' class of Wesley church at 12 o'clock tomorrow. hot. sauce aud NOTES get knitting in- RED CROSS Anyone wishing to struct ions is asked to call Mr:-\ (.'has. MacKay, 803 3rd Ave. S., who is paving charge of the Ped Cross wool in the rooms. Unless those who are knitting can make the "Kitchener toe"' exactly as required by the Hed Cro^s headauarters, they are asked to just, run the last 20 stitches on a con! and Mrs. MacKay will complete the toe, requiring less time than to unravel and knit it over again. at the a GAVE HIMSELF UP Montreal, Jan. ID.-Louis W.sln-tainer, a young man, who was mentioned in connection with the dynamite cases here, yestreday gave h'msclf up to Federal Police Inspector GIroux. .. .Jm;**J**M** vw�-* i Tells How to Dad Cough Stop a fim-nHqlnf? results from ttifs home- iumU6 Bj-7:;p. Ea*i!y" prepared and costs lUtlc. f t Every student of economics should avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing W. A. Buchanan, M.P., on "After the War Problems" at the Forum on Sunday at 3 p.m., at Starland. A special Invitation h extended to the returned veterans as the subject is one of special interest to them, although the topic demands the attention of all, covering as it does the entire economic field. Leaders like Lloyd George foresee many gigantic changes in our economic life and expect many of our old established precidents to be cast aside. A tew months ago he told the deputation of labor men not to strike and look forward only for the re-establishment 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 tlie belligerents in the recovering from the national resources of the country. However, these matters will be discussed by Mr. Buchanan and an interesting lecture is anticipated. The election of officers will be held at the conclusion of the address. The musical program is under the direction of Leo M. Coombs. The ide* of atonic" For baldness that is chronic Is manifestly quffe absurd. But when your hait* is falling In quantities appalling. There's hope in that reassuring word. HERPICIDE sua Applications At the better barber shops Guaranteed by The Herpieidc Co. Sold Everywhere SPECIAL AGENTS, J. O. Hlfllnbotham & Co., Ltd. Washington, Jan. 19.-"Shipping fe-! ver" add its complicationo, for which no satisfactory preventative ha3 been found, has caused the loss of 4,777 horses and mules in the army remount! service. An announcement today said , the loss amounted to $835,975. Steps have been taken to reduce as far .is i possible loss from thedlsease, a form I of influenza. Since the United States entered the war, army horses mid mules have increased from 6^,145 to 344,000. TO ANTELOPE WILL CLOSE EXCHANGE New York, Jan. 19.-The board of i managers of the New York coffee and j sugar exchange voted today to close the exchange at 1 o'clock on the afternoon of every Monday included in the fuel administration's order. \ Do Not Seek Bargains in Dentistry L � L 1 THE best is none to good when it coines to the prefix ervatlon or replacement of your teeth. During the long years of our practice It hasbeen our privilege to attend to the dental requirements of many Alberta families. . . Keeping abreast of the times; -grasping each improvement in dental science as it arose, we have been enabled to minister to the needs of each member of the family. The confidence thus reposed we never betray. To each case we devote the utmost of our skill, using .only the best selected high grade materials, and. although we do not believe Hi "dental bargains," there is aeyer a question of our moderate fee.. Nor do our patients ap-proach us in fear nnd dread. The experience: of others has taught them that, Southern Albertans are proud of the'r antelope herds which in winter become quite tame and are often seen in the more thickly settled districts near Coaldale, some having come this winter to within a half mile of the city limits. But Nelson H. Wilson and Fred Hranac, living on a C. P. R. farm north ot Coaldale considered them legitimate* prey, and when two A. P. I\ constables visited the'r farm the other day they found three skins with heads in the house and two carcasses of antelope hanging up in the barn. The perpetrators were brought to the city and pleaded guilty to an infraction of the Game Act before Magistrate Elton. They were fined $50 and coats or one month, and the skins and carcasses were confiscated. Nether could pay the fine so they are doing 30 days at the Hotel de Rivers \ School News The Sons of England assisted by the Daughters and Maids of England are holding a whist drive and dance on Wednesday, Jan. 23rdr the proceeds to be in aid of a wounded soldier. 4 ** * The B, of L. F. and E. dance last night proved a great success, there being present one of the largest crowds ever seen at a dance in Lethbridge. The invitations and decorations were appropriate to the B. of L. F. & E., one feature being the front of an engine built in one corner of the room, the headlight of which furniBhed the only illumination for the moonlight dance. The music for the evening was especially fine and everyone voted it the best time ever. The ladies* society of the B. of L. F. & E. assisted with the refreshments.  *  WAR MENU FOR MONDAY t Breakfast: Oatmeal Porridge, Bran Muffins, Apple Sauce^ Tea or Coffee. Dinner; Corned Beef, Boiled Potatoes, Carrots, Sago and Apple Pudding. Supper: Fried Cornmeal Mush, Graham Bread, Baked Apple, Tea. The recipe for K*ried Cornmeal Mush, mentioned above, is as follows: Pour well-boiled cornmeal mush into a baking powder tin or dish with straight sides. After it is cold turn out. cut in- If vr>u have a severe couch or chosfc cold aopompanicd with aorencsa, throat tickle, hoaraencsH, or difficult breathing, or if your child wakes up during the niffht'with croup and you want cjuick help, pisfc try this pleasant; tasting home-made cnimh remedy. Any drujrsist can supply you with 2J/j ounces of Pinox (50 cents worth 1. Pour this into a Ifl-oz. bottle and fill the bottle with, plain granulated sujrnr syrup. Thus prepared, you have Id ounces of really remarkable coiurh remedy-one that can be depended upon to give quick and Ustinx relief at ait times. You can foci this take hold of a couch in a way that means' bualness. It loosens swd/raiscs the plnepm, stops throat tickle and soothes and heals th~ irritated membranes that line the throat and bronchial tubes with such promptness, ense and certainty that it is really astonishing. Pinex is a special and liicTily concentrated compound,of penuino' Norway pine extract and is noted for itd speed in overcominir severe coughs, throat nnd cheat colds. Its millions of enthusiastic users have made it famous the world over. ^ There are s 2'/i: to 4 only. Regular values i $3.50 to Saturday Night c% Special ..................... ��U�f Ladies' Bathroom Slippers To match that dressing gown. AH sizes and colors. Regular price, $1.50. Saturday Night, Special ...................t .. 99c Men's Box Calf Blucher Boots Wide fitting, square toe. Sizes 6 to 10. A very serviceable boot for all around wear. Regular $4.50. n **A Saturday Night Special ......