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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IJage ten ^ ,& LKTTlBniDGE DAliiY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918 ES SOLID WITH IHE NEW FEOERAfN Thn LetDbridgre postal employees hro iiow affiliatefl with the Winnipes orgsnizalion in the now western or-gauization. This information was given to tlie 'Herald this morniug by H. S. White, -n-ho is president oC the> new local formed. Q. Gnnt has recently retnrned Irom tl\e eastern con- j'ontion.. The men ai'fe determined to siny with the ne\v\iY.ssteni orgahiiwtlon and believe.rtJiat Edmonton and Brandon will evenmally come in. The ot Cicors o� the new local are a^ folloVs; Pi^RideOt; H. S'. White; vico-prosident C, *S.-Stasliire; secretary, W. T. Holt; rei^nlirig; secretary, G. Gani; treasuiwt'J/Steele. ' Offal For Your MeniiNow Austrian Lad to be Tried Befoie Supt. Pennefather-Expert " Evidence The Austrian lad Sawchurlc; who � wai?dfc:('Ovei-cd'by the'poller in pos-' se.s.'^ion.oi' a.\rire!e�s.oiiitit in theTiorth ward a weeK ago. will be brought be-tore S�pt. PenhetaiheJ on Monday for ' roujplelion 6t iie preliminary hearing. sXl!" iri.il ha.-! bseu remanded until , ilion to jiv-.' opporf'.inily to get expert ; cvt'leiu-e in liie matter of the wireless ' oil-fit. While the outfit is oiaimfld to he ^ only a receiving one. the police offi-i :ai,s are not so sure that it was' not being used for the sending of mes-.-iage? before the United States went into the war. It is qnite powerful ; t-Tiough to transmit messages to the States liy way of the Coutts border. WILL STRIKE London, Sept. 14.-^The spinners in the Yorkstiire an it builds up nev nervQ farce, and Jt anrehanes the whole body irtth neir ritaJitr- That It why Wincamis makes yon feel wel! so Qoiekly. The benefit bejins �with �the very first do�. You can feel It doini you sood. And the health that 'Winearat! Tiromotef In lasting hcalth-not a temporary -patchinit op-not a mere "flash-Jn^the-pan"-but real, new, vigorous health. Wincarnla contatni the very elements of which our bodlea are composed and !t has has these won- WincMrnis is- A combination of Extract of B*ef, Extract of Malt.' I r o xt And. Maaean�3e.' GlycarophOB p h a t a s of Calcium Potaasium and Sodium with a upeclally celecttd ��lne. K Tonic. Bestorative. Blood-hulld-w and Nerve-food. Pre-cribed by the Medical tmfaaalon fc-r Anaemia, ZMiUity. Sleeplessness, Brain FajT. 'Nervoosaess, Lowered Vitality, La Orippe.. Xaternity-weftk-nasa and Convalescenca from any illness. derful properties in their most assimilative form. Every initriidlenl of 'WlncarnU Is endonted and recommended in the daily practice of the members of the medical profession the world over. Don't soff�r needlessly. Accept the new health "*Vincarni� offers yon. Will y�ii try jasl one bottle? Profirietiyrs; Cohman.6' Co.^ Ltd.. Wincaffir IVctki. S'oTVDich, Er.t. Canaiicn OUcf, A? Prrllar.d St., Torania; Frank S. Bull, Retulettt Direcior. Saitt Agrnit for the Vomixirn: Ralph J. Ptr-sons & Co,, Fojr Buitding, Toror.to. Koiiiid Steak ........ Sirloin Ste.-iK* ........ l-orterhnuso stesk ... Rib ro.isi ........... Leg of lamb ........ Lamb loins ......... Loin chops .............. 4Sc " Loiu roasts .............. l?e " Fre.sh legs of pork (haml -ISc " Siiculder roasts ......... 40e ." Shoulder chops .........n''-'^ " Beef hearts ............. I'lio " Pork hearts.............. 1 Se " Beef kidneys ........... 25c Pork liver ............'... 7c Bee: liver ............... 20o " Calfs liver .............. 2oc " Hog'� brains ............ lie Beef brains............. ISc Lamb's heaifl........____12VL'C apiece Pig tripe ................ 10c per lb. O.x tail .................. ir.c � The above table of current retail prices for popular cuts and ofial provide a striking contrast. Pork liver at 7 cents a pound is ns nutritious as anything on the other table. E Wontreit', Sept. i4.^Sub�t�n-tlal wage ' (ncreases. the recognl-tioij of th� eight-hour day and time and a half pay for bvertfiwe were today granted the operators of the Canadian Pacific Telegraph Company. By the labor committee of the Canadian railway war board. T-"-� DIED OF PNEUMONIA Naples, Sept. 13.-FrederlcK Cro'wn-shield, of Boston, foriuerly director of the American academy in Rome, died today of pneumonia at Capri. characterizes them in l!io. realm lasliioii. U is a matter of native tern poranient and training-very largely !he la It IT. There is an incisive dividing line in the meat trade of Canada. On one side' of the fence are arrayed the cuts of "good standing" or rather, the popular cuts, t^n the other side is the 'waste." The funny part of ii is that much of what constitutes our "waste" is considered excellexit fare in Britain and other European coantrles. Canada ships her offal overseas while she uses up her beet and bacon-*^�nd I infinitely'8a,'fer than the promiscuously handled product. This 13 a point for the houseteeeper to reiiiember. Of ox-ton�iie, there Is an actual of I shortage now. It has to be pickled for fourteen or twenty days to be made into jeliled tongue. Again, one is re-tKinded of the needs of ESiroiie upon seeing great-quantities 6t bacon-ready for shipment and done up in wire-bound boxes containing pver 500 pounds each. In the sausage depart nient a remarkable gas oven is in operation, driven by an electric tii'otor. The oven trays are continually rotating to ensure uniform cooking. Girls are at work preparing the macaroni and cheese loaf; the veal and ham loaf, the spiced beef and the bologna, with MRS. FksisENOEN DEAD . Hamilton, Ont, Sopt, 14.-Mra. Clo-niontina Fosseuden, fount! or of 'Sim-pli-e Day/ a �.pa'triotic movuinent that bocamp rialloii-wldo, died at her hbma here today, toKowing a tiovero illness lasting throe weeks. Docoaatid was over 70 years old. Mrs. Fessendon \yas the Svlttbw of Rov, B.. J. Fessenden, rector of St. John's Anglican church! the slstbr of Judge Trehtjlme,, of . Montreal; ' an* riicithef of Prof. B. ,k. Fossonden, of Boston, who gaineti miich distinction for his discoveries in wlroless telegra� Pby. ^ - BIQ ATTENDANCK Chicago, Sept, \i.-Eleven days' at-{ondance at the XJnltetl States war ex. position hero was 1,818,232, it was W-ficlally stated today. _ Britain finds that oftaUK'teptablo. Thei "I'lch we are ail familiar. This is a war h,is not meant the termination of! ""ur time industry for them, as the this trade, valuable though shipping! shortage of men has made it necessary space is. But why don't Cauadiims use more offal? Why don't women find ou-t more about it instead of shuddering when the internal economy of the cow, the pig or the sheep is mentioned. Small Size $1.00 ���Ohtainablft from th� Fallowing Drug Storet.-: J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. FRANK HEDLEY D.PUS COMPANY. Our Service in High Grade American Dentistry WITH three of the most modcmly equipiied dentaT offices in this Dominion situate in this Province at Calgary, Edmonton and Lethbrldge. we are in a positipn to serve your dental requiremenfte, wherever you may be. as no other dentist or dental office can. Service Is the keynote of our practice. t gratifying sight in an ahc.Moir todKy is liie rows upon rows of carcix.s.scs reart.v to be shipped overseas and bp&riug the stamp of the Brjti.'^h Ministry of Food. It is important to remember iu .buying meat that the lighten- gratleB shoukl be asked tor, because ihe heavy carcasses are needed for overseas. Britain -vvlll take nothing less than a five-hundred pound l)eef carcass. In (he course of a sojourn tbroui'li an abattoir you arc subject to sudden and disturbing chajiges of tempera-jture.iFor insfancG,. you go fro|ti the I midday heat of an extra warm autumn i, day to the frigid interior of the room where frozen tripe 1b being packed for j shipment. Tho pipes are coated with i frost. You can aee your breath forming feathery clouds in the air and the I packers make you think of winter's i chilly blasts with their fur caps, mitt-j ens and long-pointed skin shoes. The offal room is the most interest-I iiig of all. Orderly rows of liver j immediately suggest numerous possi-j bllitios. although your guide Informs I you that only a tithe of the quantity j that might be used is bought by Canadian housekeepers. You see- brains done up in pails or lying loose, coated with their protective membrane. There in" a satisfactory demand for ox-taVls- indeed, a greatly incVeased demand since war broke out. Beef hearts are excellent and contain little fat or bone. Tbe abattoirs, of course, are under Government inspection, and there is always a sedulous weeding out of the unfit or diseased. It Is estimated that one and a half per cent, of tie car-caspes are thrown away because of some defect. OoVRrnment Inspected; meat carries its own guarantee and is PTICE TO UNITED STATES CITIZENS IN CANADA. By the United States Military Service Con-ventioit Regulations, approved by the .Govcr-nor-in-CoUncil on 20th August, 1918, MALE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES IN CANADA, WITHIN THE AGES for the time being SPECIFIED BY THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES prescribing compulsory military service, except those who have diplomatic exemption, ARE MADE SUBJECT AND LIABLE TO MILITARY SERVICE IN . CANADA, AND BECQME ENTITLED TO EXEMPTION OR DISCHARGE THEREFROM, UNDER THE-CANADIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS. The regulations governing this liability are publisheti in the Canada Gazette (Extra) of 2ist August, 1918; copy whereof may be obtained upon application through the post to the Director of the Military Service Branch of the Department of Justice at Ottawa. UNITED STATES CITIZENS of the description aforesaid who were IN CANADA ON 30th JULY. 1918, HAVE SIXTY DAYS FROM THAT DATE within which TO EXERCISE AN OPTION TO ENLIST or enroll IN THE FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES, or TO RETURN to the United States; and THOSE WHO for any reason SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME LIABLB TO MILITARY SERVICE IN CANADA HAVE THIRTY DAYS FROM THE DATE of the accruing OF SUCH LIABILITY within which'^ to exercise the like option. It ia stipulated by the Convention also that certificates "of . diplornatic exemption may be granted within th^ optional periods aforesaid. EVERY CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES TO WHOM THE REGULATIONS APPLY is required to . REPORT TO THB REGIS-TftAR under the Military Service Act, 1917, FOR THE province or DISTRICT WITHIN WHICH he is, in the manner by the regulations' prescribed, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OF HIS OPTIONAL PERIOD and will be SUBJECT TO PENALTIES IF without reasonable excuse HE FAIL SO TO REPORT. For the information of those whom it may concern Sections ,3 and 4 defining the requirements of registration, with which it will be necessary strictly to comply, are set out substantially as follows:- REGULATIONS 3. EVERY MALE CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE AGES for the time being SPECIFIED IN' THE LAWS of the UNITED STATES prMoribing compulsory military aeryice, not including those who have diplomatic exemption, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OF THE TIME LIMITED BY THE CONVENTION within which the Goviirnment of tho United States may^sue him a certificate of diplomatic exemption, SHALL TRULY REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR BY REGISTERED POST, and in writing which is plainly legible, his name in full, his occupation and the date of his birth; stating also whether he is single, married or a widower; and if the latter, whether he has a child living; also if married/ the date oi�his marriage; and .stating moreovRr his place of .residence and usual post office address in Canada; and, if ho rcsidt; wJtliin a city or place where the streets and dwellings are named and numbered, the namo and number of his street and dwelling; or if he reside iti'-another place,,the lot and concession nnrhber, section, town.ship, range, .-md meridian, or other definite description wltereby his place of residence may be located, having regard to .the custoiii of tlie locality in which he hve�: and IF WITHOUT REASONABLIO EXCUSE HE NEGLECT OR FAIL TO REPORT IN THE MANNER ancV with _t!he particulars aforesaid within the time limited .IS aforesaid, HE SHALL BE GUILTY OF . AN OFFENCE, AND SHALL BE LIABLE 1 UPON SUMMARY CONVICTION to a penalty not EXCEEDING FIVE HUNDRED ' DOLLARS, AND TO IMPRISONMENT for any term not exceeding six months, and moreover he shall incur A PENALTY.OF ^10.00 FOR EACH I>AY after the time-j when or within w hich he should have registered during which he shall continue to be unregi**-tered. > 4. EVERY UNITED STATES CITIZEN WHO HAS DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION, although not otherwise subject to these regulations SHALL WITHIN TEN DAYS after the; granting of the same truly REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR, in like manner and with the same particulars as required by the last preceding section; and in addition he shall embody in his report a true and ^complete statement of the particulars of his certificate of diplomatic exemption. NEGLECT OR FAILURE without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of this section SHALL CONSTITUTE AN OFFENCE PUNISHABLE IN THE MANNER AND BY THE PENALTIES provided iu - the last,,preceding .section. ISSUED BY THE_DEPARTIMENT OF JUSTICE, MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. ;