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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 191* WHOISAMENNONlii? Ottawa* Nov. 7.-Wko i� a Mm-sonito? -MetliodR of definition are prO' Tided in-additional regulatlojDB atfbpt-d by the' Kovernmmt Th* refiila-tlons, In brief;'pTOTide tor the-Mtab> llBliment of a cQurt to il�cid� �^h0ther � man Ici entitled to be claHaedaB a Mennbnite or Dbukliolwr and'aa kncb xseptod from compulsory military ervlce.'.- ' It is'provided In tbe regulation* tbat any person Aay lodge a complaint with � reglatrar ot^ a military district tliat a perfioa ciaimiqK azemption tram military Bervlea �|i a Hennonlte or Boukhobor is not entitled to ex empllon. The ragtatiM"can then apply to the oblff Juatie�>:of the prTince for tha a^oltetiiaiit of a Judge who win hear the case, "the judge will ce'rtify his deoialon to th^ registrar ami tta� Aacisioa Utial and con' clttsAre. Buy all-the Victory Bonds you can. We Can't AlKGo To The Front; But We Can Come lo TheRront JM^SS&S ^^^^ Bond9. Nakt. tol.�~Vtctoiy Bond, the lowA^eft invef yon-can make is buying  Fit4Urfona Suit or Oviorooat " ItrainoiiBtiiiontst value in fabrieand wodcmanship. It pi^t,geod interest in style and swrvice. And liehip^ every garment is the guarantee of the ibundere Canada ol higk^las* tailoring-^tha , hbiuHl a quarter of a ceritiity ? ? ? > * . Madrid, >N*V;..' ".--Arier a long session;.ill the chamber today, Antotl'io Maura, Uio premier, wehfti) King Alfonso to submit' tlievrestgnation ol his entire * * * >  Pari^, ^-iSpyli interested Jnf' the petfce-negot , (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Orion, Nov. 6.-The ladies aid held their meeting last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. �. White, the attendance was good.,Knitting was the chief item on the program. All future Aieetings are cancelled until .we; are clear of the^:^flu. The schools and chui%h are not in operation now. i Naws was. received last week.of tlie death of George Sharp at Medicine Hat. He farms about eight miles northeast of town and had gone into .the Hat for the winter. . ^' The epidemic has paid the town a visit and.has cl&imed one victim, in the person of Mrs. QscarTJuncan, who died last Friday morning from bronchitis and pleurisy following'the; 'flu Besides her husband she leaves three young children. Oscar Duncan is about right aiirain |^en)p8 tliinks that Rhelms would be isuitablo. were it not too much to' ask- elderly men to camp in Y.M.C.A. huts. It suggests �\''er-sallles as, above all, beat associated with the history of France, the place where was signed the treaty that ended the war of the Amecican revolution and whicH was really the cradle ot the German etaplre. . ^^ CAL FTLU , London, Nov. 6.-Lieut.-Col. Harrison, controller dt the entire department of chemical warfare, died todaj; following an' attack of pneumonia. He Joined the army as a private in May, 1915, and immediately became connected with the cheiplstry research bureau. He developeil all the protective apparatus against gas attacks and the whole organization ha.g lately haen Ir. his hands. In this work he liisptayed brlUiaiir resourcefulness. 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 tftiS month, so dowri come the prices for a quick sale. No matter what kmd ot work you d^^^^^^^^^ is the practical sole., Whether you work out of doors or in the factory, whether ^ou are in an office or at a blast fiirnate-^Riile:^ is t^e 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 tii^ feet by makm^epx^ lighter. It gives protection from water, Hejrt/ikdcbld --and outwears ordinary soles two to one.^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Inaston Rinex on your next pair of shoes. Itniake^ "breaking-in" unnecessary. 7 " Get out the old shoes and iSave them re-sol^ with Rinex. , It doubles the^nisefuln^s of aiiy shocT^therefore is the most economical sole for the^ whole family. lUaev ! BMde Md giunuiteed by ' ' CcOiadian ConiolMated Riubber \ � ' ''Ck^3iiiiiM:  Athens. Nov.i7.-n-A German sub marine, after baying torpedoed a Greel sailing ship, issald to have iired on. .thp. crew when ,the men tried to escai^e from the sinking vessel, ac cording to an oflicial telegram received &om Crete. The .lifeboat has been examined and found to be shattered by 4{|eUs from the submarine's guns. This incident is interesting'*ia view of this German denials of such actions. Doiiiinion  ,kfip>9)M��* s^ ; f , ">-rthe|jnd Urw, i'.;. /;;,.r-th�:Mi>cie^n-Cnn�d�, V,' ./ .,R�)poo�l�. !. . Bvandan - ^"RasihA". " WINNIFRED --^-- (From Our Own Con'��Dond�nM ' Wlnnifr^tf, Nov. 6.-W. A. Moore, the Massey-Harris Co. blookman, was a business caliar on Wednesday. O. E. BuehriWe, T. D. Fisher. C. A. Larson, W. H. Welch, G. W. Parker, W." H. Parker and the Rev. Woods spent; Thursday at the Murray Lake hunting ducks. 'i'i^alter and Harold Bowerman left on Thursday's train for Pincher Station yWhere Evert Bowerman is building a station tor the G.P.R. ^ ; Mrs. Harry Bowerman is on the sick list. Dr. Bain of Bow Island is in .attendance. Thursday night was Hallowe'en night and a chicken suiDper was given at Mrs. H. Davis' residence, each one to furnish their.own chicken. The. C.P.R. on the Crows Nest hmnch must have' taken the Flu", as webniy get a train every other day. F. C. McLean, formerly of Wfnni-fred but now of Medicine Hat, spent Sunday in town.  Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parker and A. Wineihcombe spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold Bowerman. The ladles of the TJ.F.W.A. wish those who have relatives at the front would hand in their names tb the secretary, Mrs. I. C. Freeman, and Christriias boxes will bo mailed to same. Word was received from Bow Island today that Mr. Olson Is very low and not etpectod to live over the day. M. J. Elliott and L, E. Geelan both received the sad news of the death of sisters from the-tlu". MONEY COVERED WITH LEAVER ' Toronto, Nov. 7.-Covered "over with leaves, a bat: containing ?9,000 in bills was found by detectives yesterday in a yard at the roar of a house on Gardner Avenue. With this police have �ecovered all but 5170 ol? tho 120,000 stolen in the express holdnp lii the west end of the city on Oct. 33rd. $25.00 TWEED AND CLOTH COATS, 0! 1 Q CA Reduced to....... ........................�!pii7�DU 24.00 28.00 33.50 43.00 50.00 65.00 115.00 $200.00 NOVELTY DARK RAT COAT, trimmed with 1 npi AA best coon, Reduced to..................;... 1 I vy.vA/ $255.00 VERY FINE DARK RAT COAT, trimmed OOQ C\C\ collar and cuffs with best quality beaver, Reduced to. . C*�aU\j\} $300 FINEST RICH QUALITY HUDSON SEAL COAT, 45 inches long, deep collar and cuffs, best, fancy sitk OCQ C\C\ linings, Reduced to..............,..... ____. ^0�7*UU Childrens Coats of all. kinds are in this Reduced Price Sale The Simpson Co., Lti $30.00 TWEED, CHINCHILLA AND VELOUR COATS, Reduced to'................................ $35.00 HEAVY FREIZE AND VELOUR COATS, Reduced to......... ............... $40.00 VELOUR AND PLUSH COATS, Reduced to....... ..... $50.00 PLUSH AND FUR TRIMMEli COATS, Reduced to.................. .......... $60.00 FUR TRIMMED CLOTH AND^LUSH COATS, Reduced to ..... j^.......................... $75.00 FUR TRIMIWED PLUSfr COATS, Reduced to........... ..................... $150.00 NORTHERN RAT^ SUk lined and 50 inches long, Reduced to..................... mine You will find our prices right (regular prices at that). Ail orders delivered. Corh Flakes, per pKg, CERESiLS ROLLCO oAra Ouakerf in pkga......... ...... 8 lb. aaek.................... 20 Ib.viack .......................'. 40 lb. nek............. ....... .. He .. 3|e NO ELECTION IN BRITAIN TILL PEACE IS SIGNED London, Nov. 7.-According tp reports the, general .election }p Grpat Britain, which An' drew Bonar L?iw, chancellor of ' ^ the exchequer, was expected  to announce today for Dec. 7,  will be postponed because the  [joverninent cannot have tbe once on its handset the samo ^tt time. .  '  �.  ,..o�ar,t,,...... 4r*f * � .> fl.'^* �  �  .> 98 lb. sacK ..  49 lb. aaok ... 24 th. sack ... i � FLOUR �MM--- S1.M - Crockery, China and Glassware What'about that set of dishes you thought bf buying,. $3L50 for^SS-piece sfl, 15 different stock patterns for you to chposs frorfj. We invite you to'call and tea what w�. carry. French China, Crown Derby, Cut Glass. Xmae goods arriving. ^ � ONTARIO CHEESE Per lb. . .. 36c; 3 lbs. for............ $1.00 SOAPS EVAPORATED FRUITS Peaches, per lb. 2214; 25Mb.' box ......$5.00 Prunes, 60-70, per Ibu 171/20; 25 it. box,..... $4.03 New Figs, cooking and table. ^ Currants, per pkg.......................... 33c Raisini, 4I6 oz. seeded, 2 for ............f 35c RalslnSi 12 oz. �ediets ..................... 15c PEEL Lemon.................................... 50c Orang* :..............,'----.......v........ IJOe citron.................................. 60c Royal Crown, 2 pkgs. ...................."55* Su'tilight. 4 bars .....,....................SS-'" Lennox, 4 bars......'..................... ��,. Gold 'Bar, 3 bare -..... ......"^Jl ,. Ivory, 3 bars ..............^..............  Jf ' i Lye, per tin ... ............. Wf., Gold Oust ---- ............ ..........� 22, Greai West Washing Rowrfer........... � W� Old Dutch.................................   NEW SEASON strawberry, Rnasberry and Blaek Currant Ini'* � , pound.pails...... ........... .......v-'M^I* ______ ^  '���^^ I*hoBeslll3W4i6. :�anada Food Boad Li$anaeN