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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARBEIfiMT Test Cases to Highest Tribunal Ollava Dec. cases' in ap In like manner, (lie minister of justice peal from the decisions ol local Irl-; bunale under the- Military Service Art are lo be taken direct to lion. Justice bo permitted iq appeal direct Duff, central appeal Ah order- aforesaid In-oouticM -auLuuriclag such a step has-' the inllllRrr becn passed and UMiumber of cases lire, or any other party io ihe case, Irum li Is under-' shill hive obialuoJ the certificate of stood1; bo (Mkcu fa appeal: ihe mfuUter or militia and defence, or TO Mr. Justice Dulf. wiilioui resort 10' or the minister of justice, as the case the up'peal tribunals J muy be. be shall immediately give uo- eit-U province. purpose of the ap-: tke of appeal In the ordinary manner ppul direct to ihe central appeal to the registrar and the registrar shall i: is HUied here, is to secure "unilor- forthwith notify iho parties ut Ihe ap- r.iiiy of consideration a.nd decision up peal and or the tUne and place fixed jiisJ principles or lacis actually in for cum Herat ion aod he shall at ihe which nLiy be common to a con- Finve lime ttRnsuilt to the central ap- sidcrjlOo uuabcr or 10 Rr-jups of cas- peal judge all the vavcrs connected e? J ihe matter, including the of iiroiidinE tor the .djrect appeals, j any evidence siren orally, tfci- mder-ln-counrll lava down the fol-i central appeal Judge shill regulations: thereupon proceed at the time and shall lie ia any c-isf plate so Tiicil, or as promptly as maj- or or group ol Jrierniined ho thereatter to consider the upplica- local tribunal direct from the lion, and if granted he may at Hie tribunal to tbt central same lioie consider and delerralae the by leave ol the ctniral Appeal merits ol the case or cases, judge, which granted upon en j Oeeislon ol the 'central parle application, it ibc minister of peal Judge in such case or cases shall militia and defence certifies ibat it is In be binding and conclusive, not only Ins opinion In ihe public In- in the case ov CIEPS so determined, but leresi that the military representative also upon all loctl and appeal tribun- should'lic 'permitted io appeal, direct als procaediag thereafter In ca 10 ihe.csniral appeal judge "Irom ihe or In any cage In which Ilka quostii decision c.' ihe local tribunals; or If are Involved." the Columbia River RoUte j THE NORTH BANK ROAD T FINE TRAINS DAILY DETWEEN SPOKANE AND PORTLAND Eiecirir Liehicd Equipment Oil-Bum- Engines Obicnilion Pirlor Li- brary, Dining1 ard Sleeping Cais, Roomy Coiches, Ua--i-t Epekanr a. m, Amviffrtzn'fJ 7: 45 p', JH. leave Sfetane f. _ Cloie connectiona 1 trains to Sin Fraudoco Gol'den Poppyland pertrci motor roidi lircd wilh Trarinp paJmi, the pepper md eucalyptus ticeij lathing beaches mirrtlous oul-oi-docr film ttudioip hiitorie Millions and quaint retreaii ill tend to male CaliToi- nii the Plcume Ca.pitzl. RtunJ trip Wrilt fir ana t'n- fimatim, Features of the Wonderful Columbia River Highway Are Seen i o Excellent Advantage from tbe North Bank Road's Water-Level Grade Thru the Cascades. WALDO G. PAINE AiiL Gen. Freight and Pan. Agl. Davenport Hotel, Spokane, Wuhinglon C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER, AND DELIVER, IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES QUALITY STATIONERY LATEST STYLES CORRECT FORMS run i.icTnnninriK LMW.MIlKri 1. I CANUCK: Shoot with me al the K.ilssr. sentltmtn, not at.cnch other.; HE FACES HERAT This is U S. InlerpretaUon Aitempt (o JIake Peace Now Washington, Dec. -Marshall interprets Germ nay's cfforis Lo make a separate pence with Rus as added cvldcuce that tho Ktii realizes he faces ultimate 'I thlnic iL said the vice-pros idem today, "tho Kaiser ia getting It through his thick head that we are soing to vin Ihis war." The vice-prcsldeol declared bis be- lief that the irar iwill bn." Tvorth what iL coats if only In uniting American "Tho situation Is clearing up rapMly and ho said. "Tbo war will be ivorih eTery cen! It coats. When it is over will have real American c ill ten ail Ip nnd will hear no more of tho fatberlaaJ and step-Iatlierbnd. will le real The vice-president wuuld express pEiiion on doclarations ol war on tiorniany's allies, but dc'clnrcil lhat na'.urafized Aliens, Who do :iot nivt sui-iiort to ihe should have tliclr papers canccUcd. "Tho lie saidr lead to scenes In America that VG SPO ID Hussia lodny." ULIli food value of cocoa has been proven by centuries of use, and dietitians and phy- sicians the world over are enthusiastic in their endorse- ments of it. It is said to con- tain more nourishment than beef, in a more readily assimi- Jated form. The choice, how- 'ever, should be a high-grade of course. IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package Made only by WALTER BAKER CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. Established 17SO BlfflSlK Dec.' Tlie tcxl of Iho, slAtcinent "Western war theatre: Front or Crown -f'rlnpe Rujipreclit: 'in Flan- prepared the ivny tho enemy's Jers the iirllllcry octivitv remained lines for willnu moderate limits. Southeast ol ..Ijciween jlDCtnT05 nnd Arras the artillery lire continued lu IncrciiECil volume. ani1 frcm Fonlalnc anil Lafolic wa "The t.ittJe near Cam lint i broke oui threw tho enemy back ihe vil- again yesterday great violence, of Grnlncourt, Anncu.i ROTTEN EGGS FOR UNIONIST our own cpun'.cr attacks for im- tains. On bolh Hanlcus our provcinent oE our jtoslllons met troops by. storm llic helghle OTI success. The strongest fire Ihc western bank of the river rising Ly our artillery anil mine thronvrj frnm (he SchcJdt." Montreal. Dec. shol dtuncs a.n'1 rotten cgps grceioil MorrEs, Unlun eanOldalo In Iluiuln ilon couniy, aiicr a mccllng held Que., last nlghl. One person hnO hcon cjci-tctl fro Ihc liall for dUorilcrly conduct, 'one -was Iiurl. Torortio, Dec. Financial Post stales today that it is in a position lo announce that British government has instructed tho imperial munitions boardj Ot- tawa, to fssue without delay to Canadian nielil working plants equipped'for th-i work, contracts in volume, covering the steel, fcrg- inrj and mafchining of IS pounder Inch and 6 inch high explosive will ensure both of men and machines for a period exiend. ing well into the naw year. The Dominion of Canada prom-1 Itei you a good Interest i-eiurn and absolute security (or your" money In Victory Bonds. John Gilmore, Lid, .promisea you purity, flavour, and the beat loaf that good skill and complete equipment can pro- duce. Kitchener, Dec. grut- some ftnd was'made by neighbors j this mor.nlng on Simon street when H. Gerblg- was'roundJyJng In hia bed ivlth hts IhroaL partly cut but still living his wife tound (lend in a pool oC Ijlootl. y Mrs. Gcrhtc; was apparently murd- oreil nnd it Is believed her husband fitLcmplcil to commit suicide. The touplo last soen by nelgliljora on Thursday, Thcro wcro Indications or a slrugglc. It appears Gerbig cut lila Ihroat In the bathroom upstairs. It Is ururcrsCood that Mr. Gcrhig had been uudprgolng treatment for nervous breakdown ol the local ho3: nilal here nnd ho hut recently had [icon, discharged. Gcrhig la ZZ and Mrs. 39 years old. EAT LESS BREAD I Might TOMORROW! NEXT WEEK? HAVE I MADE ANY PHO. VISION FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? THEREFORE I WILL APPOINT THI The British Canadian Trust Co. a Corporation, Never Dies) 315 FIFTH STREET 60UTH LETHBHIDOE, ALBERTA la the food controtler'E OUR 8LOQAN IS "WASTE LESS BREAD" by buying bread that well be edten and enjoyed 1e the lait crumb. 1 Crcuii Is Made ia the Very Style that Suits YOU Best Corabinallons or Two-piece Suiti, for an, Women or Children f Full length arms and legs Knee and Eltow length or Any vfc'ighl and Icxhirc, from ihe litfiileit. fir.cit Silkoivool la the thick, heavy Woo! (Sianlield's Original) whkri lias iiiade our line I am oui Puteirlute garmenls diflerenl ihadci of cream and pearl or any of'jadive made by blending diftcrcnt wools in their natural shades, For Ihe children, a Til al each stage of growlh is easily cccurcd Stanfield's AdjuAable Sleepen and Adjuftfiblc Combi nations; a new idea Ihat vril] appeal to every mother. From Iwo to three growih can be accommodated by moving the ivalft buttons on each size, Ihe mug comfort o( a combination garment it E ecu red., yet the lower part can tc easily changed. 19 IM you buy in Stanficld'i Under- Y'rlte1iToPr7're1c Doolc wear, you can be sure of pcifecl 111, freedom from shrinlc, and luch wear as you have never had fiom any oilier brand. STAHFIELD'3 UHHtD, THURO. N. 3. lowing OTCI iJoi-n wciehli end teiluiei, Item ihe Lghlejt Silko- wool ic tho hcivieil Ur A PIANG RECITAL WILL BE QlVEN BY. THEODORE POSSUM .Under the Auspices of the Fortnightly Musical Club 'N AID'OF THE GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION INTHES.0.E.HALL. DECEMBER 4th .-Admission 50c t Either ac plain bread and but- far or toasted you cannot help but appreciate thi fine flavour of Quaker; Bre4d, If you have tome scra'pi of Quaker Bread over, chop them up fine and mix them with your left over potat- oes. Use a hot pan and plenty of good rfflpplng 2nd fry them for supper; You be surpris- ed how good they will tatte. We deliver freih to your door and glvt 12 llckeif for the dollar. Phones 37S or 1027 and Our Driver Will Call London, Dec. skirmishing (he British forces campaign- fng lor Jeriiaalera and Inn opposing Turkish troops, Jn which (he HriClsh caplureil more than -150 prisoners la reported in to [lay's official statement on Lhc Palestine operations. The text reads: "General Allcnby reports iirat on' Tliurstlay night, tlie enemy niahcil our ndvanceil ivnrk nn the 'south bank at i tlio Naprc-KI-AuJa, In, Ihr: Vlcfnl'.y oT I 'eataullahlnjr hlrnaelf 1 close lo our line, Al claim yejlcrv'.riy regiment ol Auntrallan llebl aiirroiindcd the enemy caplnrltiK two oirlccra, 14ft men, and fonr automatic rifles. During Ihft day aI.TO eight offlwrn 23S iron iioldlng Ilclt-Ur-Foka, nnd [then llic lo our lirt.s U'aaMnEton, HRC. Wil- son today V, ccnls a ton ID tho of anlliracltc coal at the m.nei lo innsl a grantorl mlncra, The jirfcns arc cffcctlvo as from ccmhcr 1. Tim In prJcca will not ap- ply to coal aol'l at the under any ex Idling., contract containing n provlfilon for an InCfdasc In Ihc price fit coal (n event thai mlneri' VTHKCJ art ralnctl. HE undersigned has been requested by MR. L. LAM- BERT PACK to notify ihe public thai the PUBLIC MEETING called for the evening oP Saturday, December 1st, was called before his consent was obtained. Mr. Pack desires the public lo understand his position. Owing to meetings called in the country, Mr. Pack' could not get to Lelhbridge for that meeting. .i'- will be given of the postponed meeting. Yours truly, i J. M. RITCHIE, Secretary ;