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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1918 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY *;Cf{ALD WHO IS A UNITE? � Ottawa, Nov. 7.-Who Ib a Man- aonito? MuthodH ot rioflnltion are pro-vltleil In uddltlnniU rcgulnttonH Adopted by the fcovornment. The regulation w, in brief, provide for tlifi estah-llnlimcnor and ag .null exoujitod from compulsory military service. It 1b provided In the regulations t!i�t any penon "may lodge k complaint with a registrar of a military district that a person claiming eteraption j rrom military service aa a Mennonlte or TJouUhobor Is not �iU!Uad to exemption. The registrar can then apply to the chief Justice of the province for the appointment of u Judge who will hoar the case. The Judge will certify hia decision to the' rnglslrur and tho decision will ho final and con-clusrVe. Buy all the Victory Bonds you can We Can't All Go To The Front; But We Can Come To The Front By Buying Victmy Bonds. N�xt to a Victory Bond, the soundest investment you can make is buying a Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat. ItTopr-tntt honest value in fabric and workmanship. It pays good interest in style and service. And behind every garment is the guarantee of the founders in Canada of high-class tailoring--the house with over a quarter of a century of success to insure satisfaction. U you can't buy a suit or overcoat and Victory Bond as well, buy thm Victory Bond. If you can afford both, buy both; and send your old garments to the Belgian Relief Fund. Fli-Pefolm McKELVIE & McGUIRE LETHBRIDGIi PAGE NINE ALLIES SHOULD * piyi Owv Own CoiTfsunncj.'ntl Orion, Nov. 6.--Tim ladles aid h'ld their montinc last. Wedncnlay at the home of Mr*. J. K. White, the attendance was good. Knitting was the chief Item on tho program. All future raoctluga aro cancelled until we are clear of the 'flu. The schools and clinch are not in operation now. News wan received last week of l lie death of George Sharp at Medicine Hat. He farms about eight miles northeast of town and had gone Into the Hat for tho winter. The epidemic has paid the town a visit and has claimed one victim, in tho person of Mrs. Oscar Duncan, who died last Friday mornliiK from bronchitis and pleurisy following the 'flu Besides her husband she leaves three young children. Oscar Duncan Is about right again atier- his 'flu attack. A. Thompson Is much better. Several others in town arc taking precautions, staying In when they (don't feel quite up to the mark, Paris, Nov.. 7;r~Dlplom�i�'.:ri- are interested in the choice or locution for the pence negotiations. Some of them I think (lie Carnegie pcaee palace at | The: Hague. Is conveiii'Mi! for the Hrl-1 llsh. rielglans and ('n-nuaii that | ltholms would be suif.nhle, were It not.1 too much to ask elderly ni"u to ramp in Y..U.C.A. huts. li -MiggestH Versailles a?., above, nil. i'"''t associated I with the history ot IVf'in.e, tin; phice uhero was signed th-> ueai.- that ended the war of the Aiu-lI',m lwidu'.l'in ' and which was really th" cradle of 'he Gorman empire. HEAD DIES OF 'FLU London. Nov. 6.- l.i"itt ,-t dl. Harri-j son. controller of the entire depart-' ment of chemical warfare, died today fo'lowltig an attack of pneumonia. !Ie Joined the army as a private in' May, 1P15, and immediately became; connected with the chemistry re-! search bureau. He developed all the protective ,.p-' paratus against gas attacks and the; whole organization has lately i',"en it; \ his hands, in this work he displayed : brllllanr resourcefulness. ' the WORKING MAN'S SOLE Alliens, Nov. ".- A German submarine, titter having torpedoed a Creel sailing ship, (j said to have (ired on llie crew when the men tried to escape from the sinking vessel, nr-eordlng to an oftUiul telegram received from Crete. Ttic lifeboat nan been examined and found to be nhattcred by ^hHlla from the. submarine's i;i:n�. This incident is interesting'in view of the Cc.niaii ncsiii!* of such actions. WINNIFRED No matter what kind of work you do, Rinex is the practical sole. .Whether you work out of doors or in the factory, whether you are in an office or at a blast furnace-Rinex is the sole that spells economy and comfort. Rinex flexibility adds long life to shoes by helping them retain their shape. It bends with each movement of the foot-and always returns to its original form. Rinex resiliency helps tired feet by making each step lighter. It gives protection from water, heat and cold -and outwears ordinary soles two to one. Insist on Rinex on your next pair of shoes. It makes "breaking-in" unnecessary. Get out the old shoes and fiave them re-soled with Rinex. It doubles the'usefulness of any shoe-therefore is the most economical sole for the whole family. Rises Is auule sad guaranteed by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Limited ' Hs*d Office, Montreal. Dominion - Rubber System lUaaAKtatara �t M >r�' , t Wlnnifred, Nov i;.-W. A. Moore.; the Ma��ey lUrrM Co blockman, was j u biislnos? c-allifr on Wednesday. | O. !;. HuciinnK. T. U. Flutier. c A.' Larson, \V. II. Welch, d. W. Parker, j W. II. Parker and the Rev. Woods' apent 'I'liurpday at the .Murray Lake j hunling duck? Walter and llt.rold Howernian left! on Thursday's train for Pincher S(a-1 lion where K>erl Bowrrman is build-, liiK a Rtation for the C.l'.fl. ^ \ MrP. Mane Howerman > on tha nick list. Dr. Haiti of How Island is, in attendance. Thursday ni,-,!i! was Hallowe'en! night ami a ciile i ^covered all but Silo of the |L'0,000 ! stolen in Ihc exv.ivsH holdup in the we�i end of the city on Oct. 2;ird. Wttttrn aVranchtM : Winnipeg " Edmonton Braiwlon > fcalltwy Itoglna IMhhvUgm Saa^atoen Vaocouvor Vlcterlf ? NO ELECTION IN BRITAIN TILL PEACE IS SIGNED London. Nov. 7. - According to reports the general election in Croat Britain, which Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of the exchequer, was expected to announce today for net. 7, will be postponed because the government cannot have the election ami itm poucu conference oil IIm lllllldn ut the Haute time. Cutting the Prices of Women sWinter Coats Influenza Epidemic has caused a slump in the ready-to-wear sales, this leaves us with a very heavy stock of coats to dispose of this month, so down come the prices for a quick sale. $25.00 TWEED AND CLOTH COATS, rf> 1 Q CA Reduced to...............................�P *7.QU $30.00 TWEED, CHINCHILLA AND VEL0UR COATS, O A f\f\ Reduced to................................ �*-KUU $35.00 HEAVY FRE1ZE AND VELOUR COATS. OO f\(\ Reduced to............ �O.UU $40.00 VELOUR AND PLUSH COATS, OO CA Reduced to................................ 00*D\J $50.00 PLUSH AND FUR TRIMMED COATS, An (\(\ Reduced to.......................... **O.UU $60.00 FUR TRIMMED CLOTH AND PLUSH COATS. rn (\r\ Reduced to................................ DUaUU $7500 FUR TRIMMED PLUSH COATS, �C AA Reduced to............____................. $150.00 NORTHERN RAT, Silk lined and 50 inches 1 1 ut Aft long, Reduced to............................ 1 A O.UU $200.00 NOVELTY DARK RAT COAT, trimmed with 1 Jf\ AA best coon, Reduced to...................... A I \J*\J\J $255.00 VERY FINE DARK RAT COAT, trimmed OOQ AA . collar and cuffs with best quality beaver, Reduced to. . *fa�*�*7�VJVJ $300 FINEST RICH QUALITY HUDSON SEAL COAT. 45 inches long, deep collar and cuffs, best fancy silk OG1Q AA linings, Reduced to..............,........... *7#>V/ly Childrens Coats o{ all. kinds are in this Reduced Price Sale The Simpson Co., Ltd. Examine Carefully You will find our prices right (regular prices at that). All orders delivered. Monthly accounts to responsible people. Telephone your orders and they will be delivered promptly. Deliveries 9 and 11 o'clock in the morning, 2, 3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Saturday right last delivery 5 o'clock. FLUID BEEF Dov ..I, ; az. bottle . . . Bovril, 4 ox. bottlf . . Johnsons Fluid, 16 or. Oxo, small tin........ Oxo. Iprge tin ........ POTATOES . 25c . 75c S1.2S , . 10c . 25c SOUPS Assorted, per In .......................... o Now it the time to lay in your aupply. Try 42.00 oer 100 |bi, in 6 tack lott ........ Carroti and Stett, oer 100 fbi......... Cibbage. per 100 lb*.................... Onlona, B. C, per 100 lb*............... � aack. . S1.SO . S2.7S - 12.11 . W-2S CANNED VEGETABLES Be.-ins. 2 cans for ...................... Corns, 2 cans fcr ................ Pea�i, Standard, oer tin ............... Peas, 8v/eet. Wrinkle, per tin ...... Toitiatoes, 2 cans for ........... 0c 45c 55c 20c 25c Aha CEREALS Corn Flakt*. per pkg........................ 16c ROLLED OAT8 Ouakar' in pkgt............................. 3je 8 Ib. tack ........................�g. 20 Ib. sack .................a1 4| 40 ib. sack................ ............r,'Zr APPLES Fintst quality Apples. Wagners. Jonathans, Crimes Goltlen, r**,r box ................. 12.65 98 Ib. xack 49 Ib. sack 21 iij. s.ick ^LOUR I1.U Crockery, China and Glassware What about that set of dishes you thought bf buying. $37.50 for 9 vpiece set. 15 different stock oatternt for you to choose from. We invite you to call and set what w� carry. French China, Crown Derby, Cut Glass. X-vt�t> good* arrvlng. ONTARIO CHEESE Per ib. ... 35c; 3 Iba. for.................. $1.00 EVAPORATED FRUITS Peaches, per Ib. 22VZ; 25 Ib. box ............$5.03 Prunes, 60-70, per lb 17'/2c; 25 lb. box,.....$4.00 iifl art J3C 35c 1Sc SOAPS N*w Figs, cooking Snd table. Currants, per pkg........... Raisins, 416 oz. seeded, 2 for Raisins, 12 oz. seedless ...... PEEL Lemon ................................... Orange..................................go* ................................. 60c Citron Royal Crown, 2 okgs......... Sunlight. 4 bars .....,........ Lrnncx, 4 bars ......"........ Gold "Bar, 3 bars ............ Ivory, 3 bars ................ Lye, per tin................. Gold Oust ................... Great West Washing Powrier Old Dutch ................... NEW SEASON JAM Strawbsrry, R.tsoberry and Black Currant In 4 , pound palls ............................. S1.1S H. A. McKillop & Co Phones 1113 *nd 416, Canada Food Bond License No. 8-13225 2974 ;