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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER'S, lDl7 LETHHHIlMiK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE People's jPorum Communications under tbls heading bear tho signatures ol ihe writers. DOES NOT BEGRUDGE HIM THE :.Iilk Illver, Alia., Dec. 2J917 K'.lilov I.e-Uibridge Honild: Mr. Kdilor. tho HoraM of Nov. 2S contains a letter "loisi a miner In HIE IONIC THAI t Frail-a-tim" Builds Up lite WtoSystw who Uke "Frail-iliTes" for t ho first time, often MtonishcJ it as If that uero a fault. 1 have been u (kern fetl tcttor eltover. Uklng diseisc, M Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Headaches or Kidney or Bladder Trouble! Rheu- matism or la Ihe I lick. And they find when cured the disease, that I hey better and stronjw in Cferjr -Thu U due la the tonic frofertiti of imw for hvcnty-Uvu yeurs. bavins vvorkeci In a mine on tlni railroad as well us on a farm and know the stress and slralu on a farm, therefore do nol begrudge Mr. Pack {15.000. I doubt if the'mliier ever considered what It cofts to prepare the land for seedins. harvesting, threablnjf and hauling. liesita there ia a groat ex- pense In keeniug machinery in repair. m. MS SPECI PHI EXCITING EXPERIENCE Vancouver, Met'. Captain Kol- a Uhi'liug Eutwslunn. TLi" men in northern riinl d'l anil put u> Hi-fore ht-r mishap the ManhaUau out fooil or hardships 'had anted tht- u'ri'ckasje ol the ile j steamer Al-Kia taken from tier of one ctrtuiu articles which were duly list- JaiiJ by oil IIL the log took of the Manhattan, aii'l i The book was saved wlitu the fate of (ho Al-Kla. The Manhattan is a total S couM not he replaced for RENEW DRILLING OPERATIONS Toronto, 5. Pursuant of Ihe rovcct declaration of Hon. S. C. Mtiv- turn, laliiiatc-r of militia, thai he woulil I.i.xiiire thi discharge of nny had applied for exemption on the ground thai he1 was commander uf Hie Vancouver encountered, in 'hi: fishing steamer MaiilniUaH, -.vie eked to (.'ape Knewer. The one inllo wt-sl of Lituya Hajpf niu-oio- jory eh "isfd off pun led by most of his crtv; u[ F.i men anottiej- tumlr-d an-1 j The book was saved wlitu the Calgary, Dec. U. Pearson, arrived here today from TUUL-UU afier a frrft.i iht: horrins; 1-uughi i Manhattan struck and was produced manager of the Calgary Gas Co., uit i series ol ja Of tiicir ntii. I-'iiuilly ihe sail-Jin court In in proceeding In-j Wednesday moruing stated that his Tho Manhattan, with pounds'OM vrere picked ul> hy steamer' Ft it wed by the United Stctcs planned to renew drilling ojr A ball but on board, '.vent u reef in herself .subsoriuohtly wreck-1 mont lo dear up the details of The it-rations in the vicinity of Retina. in aprlcultura -whoso claim not to mention many othur famoua Ublets, mide from fruit juic mo'rnins and with others tried to per fi'uado m6: to: reconsider my-stand h connection- with the nominations the firet I refused to reconside ho matter and atter some discussion hey drove away. In their automobiles and' I did" not sea them again nor have I seen Mr. Woolf from that Hire to this; Personally I have no knowledge whatever as to the statement refecred to by Mr. v Yours truly, H. 03TLUND. NO FEDERAL INTERFERENCE 31, Paul, .Minn., Dec. Burnqulsc last night refflaed to. accep federal Interference at thla ttm'j i the" street car dispute; reiterating hi former stand that s'ich Inlerferenc would now result in an attempt t defy the duly constituted authority p Minnesota. He-replied to a telegram from Secretary of War Baiter a Washington, who that lh recent orders of the public safet Commission regarding the wearing o union buttons, beVevoked. V! ofctJTROL EXPORT New entire e portilrafflti of the eastern railroads i forms 6( Iron an steel dealgne ror use by the'ROveniraeut, was toda placed IKiintca cqmnlittee'o'tl'ieven, rallrda "representing Atlanf from iioaton, Mass., Va; Auction tfF Stock and Implements North V-2 pi 2-1-25, 5 miles south of KimbaB, or i Twin Lakes on Wednesday, December 12th SALE TO COMMENCE AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 67 HEAD OF CATTLE .15; cows at fool; 15 weiners; hind heifers nnd anil rcjlsierefl IftOrt- horn old, pnpers will te, tllpe. of MORSES: 1 bay mare, 1250 aged -3 s'earj, In foal; 1 bay gelding, IZafc'lbfl., years; 1'brown 12SO lire., S years, in 1250; ageij 3 1 sorrel saddlfi Ibs., .v. ----v 1 reiiislercd BefXfibiro'brood 300 sold In lota ot 25. _. I IMPLEMENTS; 1 McCormu-k mower, 5 feet; 1 Wood hay rakd', 1 Dane bay loader; 1 Massey Harris spring tootliicaUI- vnlor; 1'Copkslnilt 1-1 Inch gang plow; 1 democrat; BOO tfmothy seed; and .other articles too i numerous to mention. TERMS CASH LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON R. M. GARRISON, Auctioneer, OWNERS R. V, GIBBONS, Clerk ROSE BROS. in Ills opinion inii-'ioporlv ihe minister lias appointed it. 1' 1'arker. o( Toronto, as his rcpri; to inTCstigote all chims n( Is kind in conjunction wiih the rep- jciitatlvcB of the minister of agrl- Itura. Order-IrvCounelT Ottawa. Dfc. official an- auncement was made tonight that ivernmeut haK arranged fur Immed- j le action on appeals from the decii- ns of tribunals In the case of larm- cons and hired help, here such hare been refused exemiv on. and ulso on appeals where ex- mptlon hjis been Eraoted Iniiljcrlin- alely Or en masse. A memorandum1 .eiplanatlon of what the govern- .ent proposes to do says; '_ "Tlie attention of lac minister of sriculture lias been drawn to axnuni- er of instances where some, the tribuoals have evidenliy ilsiiiterpreled the of the illitla council respecting _thc draft- ng of men for overseas service and, ave refused exemption to men re absolutely needed to continue tbe lieration of farms ond Ihe production foodstuffs The matter bas licenl by the government and an rder-in-counctl passed as follows: The Order-in-CounciK Ills excellency the governor-gen- jnl-ln-couhcll, upon the Ion of the acting minister a', ngricul- ure, and under and by virtue of the j rovisiuils of the War Measures' act, f 914, and the Jillitary Service 917, author's" the minister of agri-j ulture to appoint a representative of he department of agriculture in such i ounties or districts la any province j Canada as he may determine. "1. To attend the sittings of the i ribunals appointed under the Military' Jervice act, lo guard the national In- ercst in connection with the produc- ion of foodstuffs. "2. To appeal from the decision of he tribunals in any case where, in hjs opinion, tfie tribunal baa not given due weight to the urgency of- main- .aining our food supplies. To Investigate Appeals "3.'1 To report upon appeals or applications for exemption! TChere the ground of apueal or appli-i cation-Is thai the party seeking omrition should, In the national Inlcr- est, be 'retained in food production rather then enrolled In tae eipcdlt- lonary force. "The minister'of 'agriculture 'hos been- loohlns ;into 'tho matter; thor- oughly for some days, and from infor- mation which has been by him, he believes that some ot the ex- emption tribunals have failed to give! doe' weight to the urgency of main-1 talnlng our food supply, ft has, there- fore, been decided, on the recommen- dation of the minister of agriculture, that immediate action should lie taken to prevent' reduction of tKe output of foodstuffs and disorganization of woi-k farms. has also been brought to the at- tention of the governinerit by the minister of militia ami Ibat In- some localities Ihe tribunals bave granted exemption. Indiscriminately and almost en masso nnd the govern- ment has decided, on the recommenda- tion of the minister of pro- Tide for the Immediate hearing of the appeals taken by the inllllia authorit- ies, so thnt the dispatch of the necea- sa'ry reinforcements will not be delay- ed by prolracted tlie superior quality of E (From-Our Own Blairmore, fiec. held In' Blairmore en Monday, he following were nominated for ouncillors: Messrs. L. Dutil, C. W. oh'nson, JV. Eyaris. Hro. ot the Enterprise, re- olved today sbme new machinery for .Is office. The Enterprise will; be Tinted on a rotary press In tHe future nd electricity will be the motive pow- r. Bro. Bartlett must be makjne etiiy for the pollliol' campaign. Mr. Mclvor Ihe Liberal candidate was In Blairmore on Monday. .He itld a meeting in Beliqnic that night. A wire from Calgary this eienlttt itnles that Corp. A. Bowers will ar; lie at Blairmore Wednesday morn- ns. Mrs. H. Warren of Calgary was vis- ting her parents Mr. and Mrs. 1'ade'n 'or a chert lime lately and Is now ;urneci (o Calgary. A Mr. Christie of Bellevue conducted :he services at the church last Sun- day In Iho absence of liev. Mr. Ful (on. Mr. FtiHon Is still under the doctor's cnrc In Calgary. Mr. IxsMottc lala lellcr of the Vnlon lank left town on Sundny' evening to loin his unit Ihe ISth batiery in jury. A Vhlit drive was held Wednejday the Cosmopolitan hotel In Jhe In teresls of Ihe Red Cross. There a largo attendance. All say It a very successful evening. v energetic 'over- seer of the Victory Ixian campaign In llie Pass departed Wednesday even- Ing for Calgary, lie Is.very fclghly gratlfUd at tbe splendid result .of the campaign.. He says the boys worked liko heroes. The following Is tho result of Iti'e Victory Loan campaign: 80.M0.W .ColBmnn Frank .Bellovile XMAS TRADE Stocks are very complete throughout the store in both the practical staple and the novelty lines ,'of merchandise, so much in demand at this season We would advise our patrons to make their gift selections early, while the choice is greatest, and before the 'great rush really begins. We will hold your purchases until you are ready to receive them. Linens Splendid Stocks o{ Linens Including all styles of Kmbroidored. Plain anil Covers, Doylies, Lunch Cloths, Napkins. Runners and Trays. TAIII.G CLOTH and XAI'KIXS in SETS. Boxed. Pure Irish Limn. Full size, at per and '70x90, Pure Linen Tablecloths, at each and 70x70 Linen Cloths Hemmed, at each and Christmas Bath and Face Towels A larse range of rfCre quality Towels in plain and fancy weaves, and they come In Iiiuk, blue, yellow atid plain white. Big Bath Towels. Very heavy quality. White ur colored. Per pair, and DAMASK AND HUCK LINEN TOWELS Pure Linen Damask, per pair........51.EO Extra Quality, at per pair..... Gueat Towels, pure linen, each 50c Guest Towels, Pure Linen, each 75c Largo" Damask Towels, pair......... 51-00 Handkerchiefs, Gift [S Camisoles, Fu.! Silk Sweaters. Wool Sweaters, Coats. Silk and Wool Scarves, Pin Cushions and many other novelties that will be scarce a little later. Silk Knit Bags, each.....'.. and Silk Moire Bags, each only Handkerchiefs, hoxcd, three fine embroider- ed handkerchiefs In each, at per box, SOc, 75c, J1.25 and Embroidered Handkerchiefs as low as 6c. Genti' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs. Any Initial. Nice quality. 3 in bos, for Furs for More Costly Gifts Finest Fox and Wolf Sets here for your inspection. Fox and WoH are very scarce in the wholesale trade right now >and cannot be re- peated this season. We are fortunate Li having a good supply of these popular furs, but we woidd-advise-quick, action if you to secure yours. BLACK Muff and Neck Piece. Very fine quality, glossy fur, in a generous size and fashionable shape. Per set BLACK WOLF SETS Muff and Neck Piece. Looks fox. Gives good wear' and Js fashionable. Per set- 0 S58.QO NATURAL WOLf SETS Muff and Neck Piece .Even qual ity, clear; and clean, made up in the season's best styles.' Per sot Misses' and Little Girls' Fur Sets V A good rango.jof hinds to shovv at very monorate prices. sets at S18.00 op to up to Little Ob-Is1 Sets Marntot, Mink, Black Dog and Rut Stuffs, -Prices, each and Hand Embroidered Linens 10 inch Hound Dollies................... 75e 5 inch Hound Doilies................. 35c -Inch Jioiiml Dollies 656 2-1 inch llouhd Centrepieces 30 inch Hound Cenlreiitcccs Hand H inch Tea.'NapWns) each SOc.' 13 incji Afternaon Tea Napkins, each :V. 75c H Inch Afternoon Tea Napkin's, each SOo .15x27 in. Hand Embroidered Trays, ea, 19x54 in.'Hand Embroidered Runnns, 45x4g tynmd Tablo Covers, each...... ALL THE ABOVE ARE PURE LINEN AND HAND EMBROIDERED Boys' Fleece Lined Wear CombiiMtlont, at per suit J1.25 and............. LOW Children's Sleepers, nft Per suit, 90c and l.UU BOYS'PYJAMAS Soft, comfy flannelette. CA Two-pfccc suits......... GIRLS'SCARF AND CAP SETS Pure wool, nt per sel n A New Stock of Ladies'Silk Sweater Coats Just opened up for. Xlnas trade in a beauti- ful range of'shades. Nothing nicer, f Xmas gifts. SOMETHING THE MEN CAN BUY IN m Giro t 1 Pure white, with wtth chamiagiw wlUl. black, all black, tan, per pdr Ladies' Silk ttd Crepe Cunitolo 1 phk, and yellow, at each, FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR POST OFFICE ;