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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Fill DAY, DECr.MWKK 7, 1017 TIIM LKTiUmmiiK DA1LV IIICIIAI.D Best Bargains of the Season Our Clearing Prices Coats, Dresses and Skirts price reductions. This means a bit: saving to you as.pur regular prices arc al- ,ways lielow our competitors. 15-20 AND 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNTS PREVAIL Coats MILA si PHONE 1224 The Itev. K. Cragg of Calgary, wlioi Dou'i Liu- iJ been via! ting !IJR SUHR 11. II., Dr. lliu crlaclint loir.unov, m Cl p.nd llev. C. K., vcvy ndiiiuy 'jalu" at the 111, but Is ii'jw rcctr. and Is aMa j to f arouljd the liouso Mrs, Gcoigo wi-t'k for luiis with h j j Christ- REPORT FOR TME GALT HOSPITAL FOR MONTH OF NOV. 1917 "t Number ol patients la hospital be- Those who havu nM nM ginning of month ECntj their finished i'-t Admittances durlpg month 115 "jast iniuuie Ealo" Transients admitted durlDB month 1 ut Iho Veterans' r 1C1 -as carlj- as jiosslble Velonr Coats for Fine Velour CoaU for.......: 530.00 Swell VeloirCjwti for Scotch Wool'tweed Coats for Tweed and Beaver Coats for Number of patients discharged during month Deaths during month Number of patients m hospital at end of "month Transients discharged during tiic. month Ladies' Pure Wool Ser je Dresses Regular for art pleatc-il and plain line ntyles -1 1 nn rj ami blaclv. Spoclil Sale Price 1- Ladies' Fine Wool Serge Dresses The very latest crcaUons. come In lied root, wine, wisteria, navy, eree-ii and broivn. Also black. Regular S25.00 lor 1 Q T C lowest number during month Highest number during month Dally average during month Number of hospital days private patients patients (free) Ward salients (paring) OS'> Total number ol hospital Java for the month...................1440 Number ol operations undcf gen- eral anaesthesia 51 -Number ul operations under local or no 1-i Number of paticnls treated In out- door department 1 Number of dressing nnd treat- ments In outdoor department 12 (Sgd.) K. A. McClarty, L4dy Supl. Mrs. J, H. Palmer and daughter re- turned to iho cLiy yoslor'lny, efh.'r r-.n 'A 'vlali wish, relative-? Ire- jland tnd.are tin.' Knesis oi Mrs. r. 4S t-Chaney-nt HIQ llarratrij. .1 I -A lantern he piv- ----'on In On: baptist diuri'li 1GI night al S o'clock. KVC client 41 will Lc on liic life ot 50 Livingslonc. ijc n'.enty ol 43 music and A i collection ivill be in ken. 333i ]27 j .HAMUN'O BLAND DS'> Calgary Jl'-'ruiii: A very quite but. iiomS Of -Mr. uuil Mri. 11. 5'JO Nluttcciiih ;ivcnucr N.t.'.. S.ivur-j ;rtay evening1, when Hluitl of and Mr. Jus. Ilmuling. of Day Ion, unitorl in j by the licv. K. IJulglcisti. The briclj wEig Bilrucllvcly gov.'iiril in firry silk Crusher] Coffee? Briefiy.'Crushed Coffee is coffee that has had the beans crushed between steel rollers with just enough pressure exerted to break the btnns into clean, even grains from wrr.ch the hitter chnfT and dust arc by r.ir Reciting in a colfee so pure thr.t no egg is needed to settle it. Red Rose Coffee is as easy to make as Red Rose Tea, nnd its flsvor, aroma and smootlmcss a delight as com- pared with the ordinary ground colic's. S-j'.d only in double-sealed air-tigliL cans to keep it gooil. The same pries as it ivas three, yeyrs C.emng out the balance oi last season's COATS, at A good chance to sccuro a- gooj qnallly warm .coal for very IHtlo rhontiy. Styles sre not this seasons but none aro old styles- 'A snap nl Navy and' Blue Serge Skirts I I'urc Wool SorRe. Neatly made, aEaorlcd styles ,5iiU each one a. great bargain j pn nl 'l.DU nn O.UU Ladies' tafetfa silk Dresses values for PrclLy little dresses In light and dark shades, Ulmincd wllh contrastlns Rhaiica. Ileg-; 1 yl 7 C ulir valuei J1S.OO- Reduced to........ 0 and gcorgelLc crciie. triimiiei] old roaO. Mr. and .Mrs Il.iinling left on tht evening train Cor Neiv Dayiim where (hey will reside. (he open and money and some out asked "No candidate can call lur.ir.-jli a securities, valued at stolen. roplk-d -Mr. Marshall. J 19.75 Duchess satin and tafetla silk dresses, reduced to big range Includes the tulk of cur fine dresses. Some arc hrattlcd. Some have GeorECttc Blceres. Ono piece and Eton styles. Colors, mahog- any; ro9S, wine, green, navy, black. Doii'l i Q miss this barcihr (25.00 Dresses (or.. THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Lc-e II. Artier, SUr-Hug, fanner, placed would unrJcr Hie by tribunal In ctaES 2, allowed as of l-anric-r ijarly. ihil hp- iroval iras iisktid (or or not." i V. A- Holman, SLlrlmg. larmer, plac- eil by tribunal in class '2, allowed as farmer. J. H. Oliver, Ncv.' pay too, teller and accountant, of Staudard bunk, appeal dismissed. John Jos. Prascr, Taber, farmer, on- ly'recently purchased a farm, was a driver previously, appeal dismiss- Tho winter niontha are the worst months In the year for Dlptherla. Take chnnce with sore throats at least ed. open lo appeal afie.r medical exaui- tongue wHb the hanulcj inatton. of ft spoon and Inspect the Uiroai Ralpb M. IJannvelI, bona carefully. If there 13 anything more Hue farnier, allowed the farm. thau a Central rcilncss call In Ihe] Arnold Anderson, II. G. G. grain doctor. Ilcinembcr If the sickness is, buyer, medically unfit, allowed. illptherln even' hour that the admin-' Hamor, N. I.ellaron, Iiarnvrell, Carin- islratlon ol anlitbxln Is delayed. In- er, with 2 brothers raised creases Ihe possibility of a fatal tcr-i of crop this year, appeal allowed while PROHI6ITION CAMPAIGN Washington, Dec. ot of-1 flccT9, cllvlalonal-niectlngR and a dU- ctisslon of and means of raiting fund NAWE8 LEFT Off political organization! at Ihe capital, lu liavo many .nflrnca such persona added to the'IisLs'by' thb eite before the Youiuj People's branch, n'pneal board as possible MILLINERY SUPER-BACON Konctmv. oeiec cursd tfitH ilBj lim in VW....-.HIGHEST QUALITY. flEWFUSE ember In all cases where a. contagious might ex- ist, you, by law, must renort to Iho HeaJth Officer wvfli.in 24 ,hours. Re- niember. If Ihe pa lien t Is nol-Ferlcualy Indisposed and yoti do not -wish to go to (Tie expense of a physician the city health .officer IsjijLypiir disposal for crals free ol 'riny' cbsrgc. Hemcm- nnn or unreporled case aicaii hundreds of1 cases in llie Do your duty. Obey the law. Report. C.fcO. bBVBBHIl, Medical Heallh Officer. 03 REPUDIATE (CONTINUED rnox FnflxT PAGE) Dear epcloao a cheque to be a? your n'ssocrttlon may deem preferably iho-little ones' diinug Chrlstroas', whose fath- ers are away fighting their country's battles. While I cannot support wnr, yet oiy the rallllohs who have been called upon fo suffer through thf3 great and lerrlble vrcr. I'ours. truly, J. n. LOTEHINB. The Dec. 7, 1917. Dear I beg lo ndvlse you that your luUer of'thc Sth.lnst., nddressed to Mr. Oltror -Lantl .enclosing your chcqua for as a gift to this club ivas duly laid heforo a general of [bja association Inal nlclu when, by B unanimous resolution I was Inalmcted to return your cheque with the Rdrlce mucb as tho money Is needed, the members. poult not see their way to, at this ccpt or he In any way with such a gilt from you. The reasons, as expressed b'y tho raceflng, 'are that you haro elndo th> commencement of Canada's riartlclpa lion In (lie war adopted 'an allltuffe which bas been and la'most obnoxlou lo loyal and patriotic citizens, eapcc lallr lo men who have worn Ihe kins': uniform cud who hare not to shed their blood'for the noblo prln clplea which Ihe Allies are endeavor jing; to uphold. In thla', what Is regan 1 ed the most critical period p[ opr ex as M Nallon, liie hono jot our Dominion Is at suite, when ou weary and battle worn brothers B 1 the front are desperately crying fo reinforcements, we (tad you conduc a most acllre and rlgorotis urn palgn nfjlnsl all chorlsh deals, which, If successful would, w bcllcre, sound the rlealh krtell of ou lionor and Involve Ihe sacrifice cororado who are bound to MB by tie which none hut loldler can dills' a nreclalc. V Can you TDn.rl.er then we mu! return yoii your gift, -an trUcl Accept this e planatlnn of .oar acllpn In" the >plr In which It Ecnl. ToVrs Irulr, 1. F. RITCHIE, Secreltr Great War Veterans' Asscclallo FORD TKOK FRONT Delroll, Mtch.; Dec. for'the Ford M6tor V'Conipjny 'al llonry Ford, Its rntijorlly itocXholde appealed to Ihcjstnle. supreme court from the ileclilon 'which Clmlt lioitaet or Dttroll '.feceritlj handul rlowo.lo Iho, butUe-l-'ord'' lufl. Jndgo Harper ruled.lhat the Ford Motor Compaify ihoald disburse as Bore kut Ofudoa George K. larmer, ilegon' E-, flppcal 'allowed on medl al grounds. Jodopli Weller, Champion, lilack- mltb, appeal dismissed: Norman James Patterson, Xoblcford rnier, appeal allowed while employee a farmer. Xela Thompson, CarniRnsay, grain uycr, insufficient evidence, of nation 1 service, and appeal "dismissed. John Jas. -McKny, Barons, butcher eclslcn held Mil more Information n ard'tng mother's 'de'pendencr Is n clved. ,QuV R. Armstrong, Barcma, grala tiyer, case transferred to Calgary. Albert Mee, Xobleford, fanner, ap- peal allowed while he remains on thi nn. William Nobletortl, tarmer, ap- peal allowed while he remains on fArir Chas, Kobert Welsh, Barons, farn iand> allowed while employed ai armflr. Gustave A.. Skjonsborg, Barons, farm iaodrf allowed whllo so employed. Thos. Grant 'armer, allowed on Iho farm. LMnard.-Copeland, Darona, 'farnrfr allowed on the farm. Reuben- Frivol Splej, Llnsmlta, a p6al dismissed. Alfred lleasur Mattock, Chnmpibi rrner, allowed whllq employed as farmer. Ole Sclland, Champion, former, alloi cd while he remains of the fnrm. Nels P. Frost, Nobleford, farmer, a Jonrned for medical examination. Win. .Marcus Dlemerl, Champlo farrhef, adjourned for medical exam Inillon. ;Frank C. Darker, Carmangny, farm tT, itlowed. to be Carmangoy, allowi on the farm. Gaul five' Kiitpu, Damns, fflrmi allowed while on tbc farm, Jnb- H. Uanaen, Barons, hardwire merchant, given till March IsL C. a.- Hurna Mackenzie, xcriool leoclicr, appeal dlgmlifdl C, Anderson; Mxeralh, Urmcr, ftp lowed whllfi on (he farm., Leonard Chamberlain, LathbrldRo, OBftlstanl manager, c.ilegory K-, na-medlcBlIy unfit. S. T. LcDIanc, LethbrMge, owner Aloiandra tobacco a (a rid wus fdf given tW March lit, Arthur B. ftirLnn, far- mer, fotir BOlii on tent, had 100 acres all said lie repudiated-him because was becoming attached to a" pollL al party, the parly of'. Sir Wilfrid aiirler. "How about Rev. Tills in roCercuce 10 Mr. Irvine's i [t; mcnt IhaL while he liacl ITU ai-kcil pprovsl of the Liberals, sllll Its licstown.l upon him was accepL- able. The solid Union sentiment-in-Oko- oks ivaa strikingly nl Mr. meeting which openm'. only seVcn persons in attendance i and a cliairman. j Before the of Ihe meeting, some' persons hail alraBglcd In Lilt a large numlier iverc unionists ivho ask-1 cd Mr. Marslinll many questions. WILL BE HANGED Sarnb, Ont.. Dec. Kan-) zow, a Ku'sslan, cliarged with the mur- der of Frank Kmtlh, another was yesterday found guilty of wilful murder and was sentenced by Mr. Justice Clute to be hanged on Lhc mor- nln? of February 27. stabbed Smith through the heart on Lhc evcnjlnjs pf August li last, diTrlug a fighL ovc-r cards on the ID titan reservation near lie foreign colony of the'clly. For Rush Selling Tomorrow For Women and Child- ren. Clearing at actual cost. See this selection early.. OtirT3OOOS. MEN5 WEAR.7 Under" cover of darkness the post olfico al was 1- on the nlght.of'lJeceniber NORfft 'tETHBRIOGE. CARS TO THE DOOR. Strength greatest assets arc ;