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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DKC.ICMnF.ll S, 1917 THE. LF-TEinniDGF. DAILY IIF.n.-VI.n PAGE FXEVF.N Practically Every Farmer Is Being Granted Exemption Tba precedent established In llio 1. ecjurt ol appeals pn Irllnin. Ueg. Osmond, farmer, medically un- el which wsi sel bjr Mr.p Jiislfco fit. Rininiau on Friday mornlne was coc-. Oavld I'hllllps, Chinook mine, es- tlnued during Iba aJlornoim, uracllc- amli'.cr, alirmeJ. nllr every farmer appealing sgalnjl; Win. S. llyisop, [aimer, appeal nl- Iht. finding o( his local tribunal IIIT-J lowed. Ing uplicU and dominion E. X. C'.urr. ilslry farmer, disallowed, allowed la tivu or three cases vvlicrc to report March 1. iho (Ides of (ho minlleanti wero I ,Kranl( farmer and ranch, not cjlibllFlicd the i-aee was nllowel.. to double- lowed. Following aro lie Lclnbrhlse crop acreage, i-asei, all ol which ivere dealt wllb dur I Win. S. Rclcer, farmer, vis dlsal- THOSE WHO MAY VOTE All male Crlilsh subjects by blrlh nho ict on the Voters' lisle. All uialo naturalized HrltUh subjetu .n'ho gel oil ILc voters' llatj and who are cut Auatrlans, Utrmem, Bulgarians or Turlu ualurallzeil Eluco 1902. Every male ol any nation who gets on tie volers' lists who bis a eon, grandson or brother In any armies or navies flghllug ohour aide. All Syrian or Armenian L'brljtJanj who gel on Iho voteTj1 lists, AH discharged Eoldlsra or sailors may Tolo In the polling divlaion in which Ibey llvo on polling day. All Iho wives, widows, molheia. slaters and daughters of Canadian zoldlcre pr nurses, wbo sro serving or who have served ouuhlo ol Caruda, whether now living or clc-ad. and who get Ihelr Dames ou liio voters' Huts. All the. wives, widows', mothers, un.d daughters o( men servlnR or ivan have anyrkurt, In Iho Caundlau or DrJIlEh navy, set on Iho TO'.'jrs' lists. Ing the atteriiuixi: CHIfaril Hughes, farmer, appeal al- lowed. Gco. N. Hyl, resUuranleur, appeal lowed by default, uow placed In nic- ry li, fflrme-, appeal allow- Waller C. Franks, disallowed, to ro- idlcal I R !cd. NEIGHBOR, YOUR HANOI (Uy ttober( J, C. Stead i hi recognition of Hi'.- atiiun ol il.o UiiUed States in rull'ii Neighbor, your.lir.rid! In this ilarl: il.iy ol Vat-j lid wrath meant for liberty Have uur city Vou, from our mutual Nioihcr ildii hear a cry alone ilio A cry iliai In our DIJtt sound a common cjll it) iheo, Xclglib'ir your hand; have no1 For Miff words; we Across a Itnguc-j MTU reach iQd Icel the iircsBurt ot yuur Uar.d. REOISTRtBUTION OF IRISH SEATS j lifti-K mary li thAi Loii'ltjii. uei'. T.--A of U v.aa ncteisuiy to i'.rnmgo (or Jr.ill vf J r.'i'ie.-cnlaiioii hi if.'t- imptrUI parlij-- lilt l.uusi! usifler ihu of' ritont in Irish qucaiion li'ud iho luis Lc-.'u ijro'vHstl fur, tofrol boeii beryrr' iho iuxt geo-'f a icdL-lriLution oC j elCLttun. I'orcy Geo -AnjIcrBoa. brWBo. p L G teller. Standard mail, appeal Jlsallowcil. lo report B. man and Lhe remainder In the Inter- von lug claL-isee. No 'lellnfte word has Lcen na'to Ihc Billing of the board here oh MoaiJay as a iiennanent board alt men of the class are cxanilnwi. Yesterday a man appeared bcCon" hail DRINK Coca 5c a bottle Al your doalers or we a Case of 24 half-pint Bottles Togftny part of (he for (Bpttlci to be returned when empty.) Sols Bottling Auenl-: for Lelh- i 'bridge Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue 4lh St. S. i Phone 1501 J. L. Scolt, bauk manager. Standard bank, placed hi class Z. jlieil Mates to enlist. Stanley Langllle. former, placed In two llngore on one liaml but was plac- clasa 2 ,cd hi class U, and will likely join C'Jms. E. .Duller, motor meclianlcj 'appeal disallowed, to report March 1. J. yterihousc, bank uceounlaul Mor- cJiiiniB bank, liearlug of appeal trans- ferred lo Calgary. Richard Trout, Taylor Milling Co., placed In Class 2. II. A. McMillan, butler maXcr, since placed In category E. Exempted. Arthur Miller, farmer, judgment re- served finding of bIiidere, 12 Magralh Ladles' day ahlrts, pyjumas, 18 iilllowallps, 12 12 hinders, 25 flannel binders, Milk River lied pyjamas, I afiron, C pillowslips, 'J binders, 5 flannel binders, 1 amputa- tion sling and 12 Ts, 10 M.T., (per from the lie was shori i Mrs. Sprlng Ta. 1G M.T. 4 day.shirts, i pyjamas, 12 lowela, ]5 slings. day shirts, 4 pyja'rnas, 2 aprons, 6 towels, C 12 sling day shirls. 6 aprons. C binders, 12 slings, 2 pr. sur- gical bLtfek.nRfi. 6 T's, G M.T. day shirts, 3 py jamas, 2 aprons. 12 Rcil Cross report Nov. 1 to Xov. 28. W u u I. L> r i u M i Ixindon, Dec. A. Heufcr dJ Iroin Pfctiograd today Wlieii (jeiipral IlLlfniann ilsitf Ccnniii d lo Ihc armistice conrc-eiicu, Ilusslan lerins fui- mi hrt eanio very luligtiant and 'hem we will ibUce, ho Ln- a Id: "If ygu SPEED RECOHDE BROKEN LowclB, G blndcre, 24 alines 12 Irind- kerchiefs, 1 pr. socks. Ucc. all records (or speed tor the preparation of Hiipply hills, ihc house post office (oJay reported the annual post officu appropriation bill, aggro- II. A- Fife, mechanic, an American subject, must- register in U. S. Jno. Klofsyn, C.P.R. bridge carpen- tor, case adjourned to Calgary. Leonard Chamberlain; office 'assist' mil, since placed In category E. Ex- empted. F- Xedin- C.P.n. car repairer, awail retort of medical R. Rogers, rrmn engineer, appeal allowed. The Medical Boatii During the two days 'In which (he medical board sat here Ihia week 149 men were examined, aiid of these 90 were la class This Is a pcrcent- p-KC of slily per cent., which Is very high. Of the remainder 40 were "E" There" nre While School Ilislhct -20 Tf, IS sewing in the rooms, whose ivork Is M. T. uow In charge of Mrs. Ilage Mrs. Glbsbn. The report 'ol work done durtfiff XovcrtiiiCT b as pyjamas, 2 sheets, U j towels, B binders, 14 filings, 17 T's, 8 TU.T, Central W. C. i. pillowslips, C binders, 12 slings, IS T's.' .Children of towcla, a bin- ders, U slings, 11 bed pan covers, 21 T'3, 7 M. T. i shecis, 10 pillowslips, G tovrels, C binders, i T'3. Eastern pyjamas, 3 sheets, 10 towels, 4 binders, 11 11 nun el bin- ders, T's, 1 M.T., 2 socks J. O. C. Class of lowels, 3 T's, bullons on IS garuient. j BOB'S' AUTO LIVERY CloMd arid heated can for city and co-intry trlpt. HoipiUI ALEXANOA HOTEL AND NIGHT SERVICE PULLEY'S LIVERY Phone 154O Tbc'tfs NEWBRO'S HERPIC1DE SPECIAL AGENTS, J. p. HiglnbDlriam Co, day shirts, 3 pyjam- 53, 2 aprons, 2 shcels, 8 towels, 3 bin- ders, 1 pr surgical sockings, 12 Baling including a nen- Hem or mails. lo cciisor foreign G Manncl lenders, 12 bud paq covers, 5 T's, S M. T. Thistle Scv.'lnj day shirts, 1 aprons, i slictils, 12 tow- els, 2 pr. syrglcal stocWugs, 28 slings, 12 I of Later Day tjiy shirts, 14 3 aprons, 8 sheets. 24 towels, 10 Llmlers, 'K slings, 1 pr. socks: St. Jlary's W. liny shirts, G pll- lowslIpE, IS towels, 12 binders, 6 Ellnja. G. P. clay shirts, S pyjamas, I 2, aprons, 2 sheets, IS towels, 12 bio- 12 KEHENSKY REAPPEARS Pctrograd, Dec. temporary Independent -government, which haa beca organized Iu SJbcrii, lug elcc'tPd t'lciander f. Ktrcnstor, minister ot Justice, and Is detcrnilned lo coinplcto a coalition cabinet. pyjamas, 3 slicels, 15 pit-" dern, 2 pr. Eiirgieal Eloctlflga, s. 1C lowels, 3 bimlcra, I 3 kliakl slings, IS flannel 11 lied pan covera, 19 handkerchiefs, handkerchlers, G khaki trlan- 6 M-T; Slllar bandages. 13 M. T. ;La Seise pyjamas, 6 low-[ Mra. Hammoad, IS plllon'allps; 12 els. 3 slings, 1 bedpan cover, 1 T, and lowels, 1C binders, 12 Blinga, ampula- have laken the work ot preparing rhel G khaki Iriangular band- ciillings for oullls and rugs, i Mrs. WcBelli, 4 iiyjauus; Mrs. Jack Ross Chapter I. O. Taylor, S pyjamas; No Name, -1 ihc els, pyjamas, 2 pyjanm coats, 32 pillowslips, 72 28 bjiiders, Zl slings. IS bed pan WE PAY CASH i AND TOP' PRICES FOB HIDES, KITS FURS Ship "dlrectl If-you want Infer- matton write'or. phone. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT 4 FUR'CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Bank Office Phone 799 Phone 326 T's; 2 M.; T., .4 .The other pairs of socfts knit dur- ing Hie month are: Airs. Cope 1, .Mrs. 1 pr. socks. Win. McClure 2, Mrs. Chisholm 1, Mrs. pyjamas, 5 sheets, .14 James Davis 2, Mrs. James Horn 9 and (oirels, 6 sllaes, G.flannel b'lndan, 11 j remodelled 4 pr., .Mrs. Dunne 1, Jlrs. 2 M.T. i C Mri.-Dawson 1. Vis- Will sheet, 23 plllowj' Scqu O-ftJJ. Henderson towels, 2 binders, 4 sllnga, t Mrs. MjSgan Mrs. D. A.' tlannel biadcra, 6 kit 3 Ma'cKay'a Knltllns pr. socks. Class 2, Miss M. II. Johnston i. Mra. 1 J- C. Livingston i. Wll flan: A Dignified Memorial' Sla Ihp only proper Wnd for plot. We Imvo rnlny de- signs Mrs. Attwrx'cl, 2 pyjamas, 6 binders, 6 6 plllowillpa; ..Mra. Black- hiirnc, 4 Mrs. Bowman, 1 day hliirl; Mrs. Ca'scadden, 2 Mrs. Cowglll, 11 hlndcra, 10 slings, 24 tovels; Mrs. Dunk, 21 day shirti; Fick's Class of Soldiers'helpers, 24 towels, 4 pillowslips; Mrs. IS towels; Jlra. E, j, HIM, A low'cls, 6 Mn. Ires; 3 pyjamas; Mrs. Innian, 12 pillowslips'; Mra. Nelson 1 pr. donated. Mrs. Thoma'g Taylor, who'.ls subitl- Intlng for Mrs. D. .A. sent to the laucdry this month. v The report of Ihe tutting committee is: Mrs. McQuire aad commlllpe, con- sisting of Mrs. Harmon, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Mrs Wallace, Mrs. McClure, Miss Stollze, Mrs. 'Manson, Mrs. Mrs." Mar-! tlo and Miss Kathrine Uessey, who1 'asalst In folding, cut 282 986 .Dlllflvsllps, S73 towels. 133 face cloths, 1227 handkerchiefs and- flannel binders; Mrs. Donald and Mrs. IjUQd.-124. bed pan 21 wring-' ere, 247 flannel binders, 66 sllngss 10 stretcher caps, 144 face cloths; Mrs. Dow, 48 kit bags, 36 property bags; 4 pra. anrflcal 4 amputation'slings', 9 nurses 44 towels; Stoltze, 30 handker- chiefs, 14 flannel binders; Mrs. Wai-: flannel binders. 19 amputation j a: Getting Over The Grippe? Fral ft liltlo sbaky? Still Lave that ntnflj -ecling? Hcad'aliltlc heavy? IIMion you'r recovery. Order a case to-day% and slatt tlrinUing-Uonp. or two glostcs daily. beverage starts toning up your syslprn at OUCD; LuUda up wliat tho grippe -has torn you are enjoying the :fuU, rich flavor pf.tiiis'dejirious drink. 1 Pure, wholesome, positively non-intoxicating, Sfaltum iStout shouJd be in every home. Put up in or in casts. confccUonci, 'm direct from E. Li DREWRY, Ud. WINNIPEG. MAN. L for Honcj- back if you are not ksal'Jsfied Pree sample on request to Xiiional Dnig Chemical Co. ol Canada, Lirnilctl, lo the U.S. Address. Na-Dni-Co Inc., at! ilainSL Buffalo'. N.V. 125 Exclusive Agents" aVTd' Distributors for. Southern Alberta. JACKSON i CO., DRUGGISTS. ALBERTA BUFFET.' LETH BRIDGE Hp'TEL. ALEXANDRA-HOTEl.. DALLA.S HOTEL. OLYHPHIA CONFECtfONERy. PALACE Farmets in fenfe itis, fctdney S Wt bags, 12 binders; lifts Jones, 12 binders, 12 Mrs. Jtnks, 2 lowcls, 2 number o( pyjamas cut was' ____ Lomas, 4 day shirls; Mrs. 173: Mrs. I'ugK 24, Mrs. lira. powcrtnl ban-el cleanser which Ihor- day shirt, 1 dresslng-EOw'n; RpMrtsoQ and Mri. Gray 40, Mrs. Ur- oUKlily r'-iflli" ami Is a'dbck, 30 towels; JIlss Ruby quhart, Mra. Nelson and Menzli I 12 lowelE, 26 T's; Mrs. Pearson, 8 flay Minor and Mrs. Ferguson 36. Shirls--.Mrs. Ttaymaid 2S, Mrs.' Bralthwaite 41, Mrs. Law and Mrk. Carlyle 104, Mrs. Jlorrla and Mrs. o'raham 3d. I islng Lhe button-' hole Diacblnc with motor attachment, rnaBa butlonliolcs In 103 pyjama coals, 77, (lay shirts, 12 nurse's aprons. The pressing .comullltee report a total of 1948 articles'pressed. .There 1C cadets who reported for duty. The number of Saturday's i for each I Johnsqn 4, Hurry success'in trnalincni of an- pcndfulCla. Unexcelled for 'Intestinal, stomach periton- and chronic Indl- IT NEVER FAILS! JACKSON A CO. LETHBPIIDCE, ALTA. J. U1 Ontario St, Toronto PUBLIC MEETING UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GREAT WAR f VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION, LETHBJUDGE WILL BE MELD ON I TUESDAY NEXT, DEC llth AT 8.30 P.M., IN MAJESTIC THEATRE '.THE MEETING VVlLL BE NON-POLITICAL, THt MILITARf f SERVICE ACT ON.LV Vrii-L SE OlSCUMEfJ. I.. W, A. BUCHANAN AND LL PACK CANDIDATES IN THIS ELECTION HAVE DEEN INVITED ,.'iTO ATTEND SP.EAK. OTHER 4PEAKERS WILL OE FROM 1 THE OF THE VETERANS. ..'MUSICAL PROORAMUti' ALL.HEAHTILV WELCOME THt KINO slilrta; Mrs. C. T.. .1 day sliir'.a, 1 pr. stocks; Mrs, day shlrta; Mry.'E. B. sliri'ga; Mrs. Slvreart Sr., 24-tlinnel blndtrji' Mrs. W. A. Toylor, J.O binders, S low- ck; Mrs. HoEcrty, 2 4 day flhlrls; Mrs. Howes, 14 13 diV slilrEa, CO towels, also. 10 10 day ehirla In October; Mrs. 'Har- rison, 12 slings, 12 plllowellps, 6 bln'-' S M.r.; Mrs. F: Shaw, ders; Mrs. Slttl, S M.! li T's; Miss B. McL _, _______JMY, 3 M.T.; ___ Mtirdock, 24 T's, 1 M. T.; Miss Johnson filler, IB Surorncr, 12 M.T.; J Sinclair 4, Mossoy 1, Doujlaa I Mrs. Whcnlcroft and Mrs Z4 Roblsoti 3. Krle Trallvlng 2, Sidney.' Miss Stollzc and Iricnds, 22 2. 1 lor each ot tho (ollow- new auxiliary branches at Red Ingj B. Kobinson, James DouEall. m frm Moss workers" tiavo uecn establlilTf il through of Mrs., Stoltze, superintendent of nutalde work by speaking to the women ai their nieellngs this rnonlh, she has received for and pins, Iron Ihe Spring C'onlro Larllts' Aid, O? from III Ik River tni from lagrath Presbyterian _Jo large bags of ciccllent work'.trMk and soventceii other orgaolu- tltmi. The report II ai foikmi! Cotumerce Ijidlea' diy jhlrts, 7 frltmit, 3 aproni, 12 ptlkrw- 1 pr. nhrglcal itdcklnfi, :12 sllnga, 12 flannel blndcrl. Wcmen'i py- Jaraa Iromfrs', 18 24 bipders, J6 T's. ,'Adcn lidlen' day shtrts, 4 pyjanmi, 12 pillowslips, 1! IlinK, t pf, sochi. Uoclaty of. HjiBO-ptScQObl 2 itj Bhlrli, 1 tritmu, H loweli, 27 illng.% i pr. m 20 T' socka, r liay 'shirls, 1] 1 .tipron, 3 12 pIllowBllpt, ttrwela, 11 3 .pr, slMklngs, 23 Mliyp. Like School LktrU, I U, KIJla-4 >UrU, li lowtla, i Jamci jCpffey, Fred Kobins, Fell Hal- Allnn Mackly, Lennos Hay Jennlnis Tudor, llotewell Tudor, During tho month (113.25 was TO- In the.rouis., for active memburahlps 111; Red Crws pins (9.50. donations 114.60, sals of quills (6 bean guessing 126.26, systematic giving Mn. W. F. Hicks, Supl. o[ Rooms. EXPLOI10N IN BUFFALO 4> -----V- 4> Bdlrtlo, N. Y., Dec. f Kcirred this niMro at the plant'of the !AUas Steel'Canting Compasy on Kim- t ,wpoil Arcnuo. The rcncosston 1 win felt at pUdt n( 1 Cnnii Atratbft 'nil Motor 4 Corporation, a Mock away. from naitfij faolorlM Mid in lac Atlas prut iirobal; fatally kori. 4 A 1ATISFIEC CUSTOMER 1st 1517 Kanatlnc Supply Co., ol Albcrla, P. 0. DoJ-190, [.elhbrldBe; Alia. (Itntlcnien: In fcs'pcct to tt-c Kaiiallno Toilet.'' Ipm, Installed In our new house, fourtceh'Tnllcs fi'om LellibrMge, sonic 2 hionths ,aBpv f cfinnol racoinnicnd Lhn system too strongly' lo farmers and oth- ers, lo have gcwor-'con- Tho afslftri Is In our.ti.tlli room on 'first floor, the tnnk ,sll3 In Is absoliilciy ganltaly nnd the outfit Is bverVtHlris clataeil of It by the lacHircrs 'and Every larnioi1, tlioulil iirovlcle Mills muck Vahled -convonlcncc nnrt' cowfoltr for tils wltc scd family, nilil I con'ShlcY Is compared lo' the .ctJmfort U.fclres. .-.Yours Very MRS.' M. PAUNCH Are going (o provide (orthe comfort and-coniieriience of your, one of out approved inside sanitc.ry toilet Trie KauJtine Waterless Toilet is ed by fhe'rrc-vinciabSariitary Engineer, and ether eminent City and Government offic-, ials, as 'most- efficient, and ihe to the'-abolishrnenl of'the unsanitary outside closet.' ycJu the sarne convenience as fliisK vvaler system, guaranleed odorless.. Some hundred farmers, and residents.liv- ing'in I'tiral districts' have ihe Kausline arid are highly, pleased with efficient working. carry the GARTH CHEMICAL Which is approved by the i3oard of'Fife Underwriters, Every fflrrner have one of these extinguish- '.ers'm' hts'-'Kome for efficient protection DEbAY P. 0. BOX 190 LETHBRIDCI, ALTA. ;