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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '�A PAGE RIGHT TMK LKTHBRJDGK DAILY IIF.RM.O FRIDAY, JANUARY I, 101H sh cf r BE HERE SATURDAY U'.SEN THE SALE OPENS. SATUR 4 1 BE HEBE SATURDAY WHEN THE SALE OPENS. 1 ill Continue for Ten Days The sreatesE merchandising event of the year. The greatest money saving sale the public have ever witnessed in ihk city. You can save $5.00, $10.00 or $15.00 on a Ladies' Coat You can save $10 00 to �35,00 on a Sei of Furs. You can save $5.00 to $! 0.00 on a Silk or Serge Dress. You can save $3.00 on a Boys' Mackinaw Coat or Tweed Suit. You can save 5c per yard on Flannelettes and Cottons/ You Can i!av Dollars on Kimonas, Skirts, Underwear, Corsets, Sweaters, Curtains, Blankets and Down Quilts. isses and Women's COATS on Sale. Look at the Savings Here S4S.00 Fiiyist Velour Silk Lined Coats, $33.00 $27.53 Scotch Tweed and Beaver Coats, $19.50 $37.50 Nice Velour Coats for----.... $27.50 $32.90 Smart Velour Coats for .....$23.00 $12.00 Tweed Coats for............$7.00 Girls Heavy CLOTH COATS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES IN THIS SALE. $15.75 Plush Coats Selling Now at .. $11.25 36in. Striped TLETTES Sale price, per yd. - - - 5i)0 yards only to be soM at Ofis price. The pivscnt vuluo m" this cloth is :*ur per yard. 500 yards in this January Sale, at per yard 20c  f for Serin Good Time m Buy Prints Dresses Wr bought hr^vily some time nfco. before the prent advance in prices. So that \vi> arn offi-ring all our new prints at last tfnrinjr's ptloos. A spieiutuf -aiigi.1 of patterns to nf* s^U-k't from. Full yavil wide, per yard ............... 6uC $12.50 Chinchilla Cloth Coats, Now $9.75 $10.00 Chinchilla aiid Tweed Coats, Now $7.90 $8.00 Girls' Cloth and Tweed Coats, Now $5.95 Dress Goods 79c Worth up to $1.25 A good variety of materials and colorings, including serge?. tweeds, mohairs and mixtures. Regular values 00 up to Sim. All on sale at per yard........... I�JC In the January Sale 28 inch DRESS CREPES at ----- - I White or thrown Bath Towel: T*er pair ......... '1 - 4 V>.'hi:o Iluci; Towels, good -wearing. heCSjv (iiiallly. Special, per pair lv:ini T,argt> uml Heavy* Ijath Towols. W:**e or j hrowu Firipcd. Per Hair 35c 43c 90c Cotton Dross Crepes in vhet-k.*. Mal^s up wrll into women's house dresses. Half price. Ke-nihtr J.0r. Sale price .......................................... �"C % ALU FANCY BATH TOWELS ON SALE AT R^(.;ccD PRICES 25 Off all FURS In This Sale LOOK WHAT IT MEANS. $130.00 Black Fox Sets ior ......$100.00 $110.00 Black Fox Set for ..........$8250 $85.00 Red Fox Set for...........$64.00 $85.00 Natural Lynx Set for........$64.00 $55.00 Natural Wolf Set for........$41.00 $45.00 Natural Raccoon Set for......$35.00 $45.00 Civet Cat Set for...........$32.00 $1100 Mack Do* Muff for..........$7.00 $.U.OO Natural Rat Muff for.........$7.50 $16.50 Natural Rat Muff for........$12,50 $12.50 Mink Marmot Muff for........ $9.00 $18.75 Rat Set for t * t $14.50 Silk Sweater K s o e 11 e n t ")c values for ................ Boys' Wool Toques. for ................. Boys' Flannelette Pyjamas ........... Girls' Flannelette Pyjcmas........... sateen. 1.50 45 c 25c 1.25 1.25 E c y z' S w enters for................ Boys' Warm Caps. for................ Children's Sleepers for ................ 'Children's Vests. for ................ Soys' Leather Mitts. for ..........>. . . Men's Wool Sox. for ............ 4 *  * 4 -1.50 65c 90c .35- 75c 30c Remnant 9 Remnants Remnants Prints, Flannelettes, Gingham:?, 'Wool Dress Goirls. Silks, Curtain Materials, Lawns, Nainsooks, Flannels, Cloakings, Galateas, Sateens, Cretonnes and Many Other Lines of Goods. January Clearing at a Fraction of Value. Eiderdown KIMONAS Warm and cosy. Good colorings. Each 5.95 C-"5 Make No Mistake. Come direct | to this store for the genuine January Sale Bargains, Make No Mistake. Come direct to this store for genuine January Sale Bargains. S Twenty Appeals from Military jr^^lT 4 ANNUAL MEETING Service Granted; Judge Urges Farmers to Greater Production Mr. Justice Simmons who is siitfiiK %-i appeal jutlgH on (ixeroption claim? here today. Friday, 1? loping no opportunity to urge farmers and farm laborer!?, who are securing exemption almost to a man. tu "speed up." The need for greater ^reduction i� urped. Men with fifty or sixty a r re 3 ready for crop nc-xr year are i;r�ed to liouhle up. The uvirt rjom wus crowded with sippeUams this mornmg. and court sat till i'j.Xu bei'oiy ridjournment with a IjIk lisr siiil to (if Hiil^lied during thii iir?prncort. i'.>llowing v?eri' this morning's d^ci.sion.s: (.'armifhael. Chumpion. isnuing half ff.'v'tion. hut nmninK re:il estate and jiisurancu office. Appeal dismissed but i;i-j.l'.\*!io-*Mnrray i.^ n Toronto i'nivo.r-eiiy gntduate, bt i- jesf hftgiiodng his theolcffioaJ cours..'. Aoponi {l:>:nnssed and leave given to appeal to eruitral &ppo;'.l jndgr. I.). Itob. rtF. Kinn. a 'omia fid*.-farm I">bnrer, appeal ailouc-,;. /rrhnr Jtoy. u hoi);: fid-., farm laborer, apiieal aJIow-Mi. Steve. ^-?pinu. a^kinjr csienpion J�-r ?ix months, an fxp.-t- ?i:>:'.i-;r need-*-u by Susii ar.d fM.-.:.d >;..-� n pi'.eed In class 2. A genuine i*ar:::ei'. .M ivfd uji to class l, and sranU'd vxvmitUon r.s lonff aa he \a a fa:'j^er. Henry Johnston, owns a far..i. /.as �worked as ffinn laborer, exemption j;r:.uicd to go on farm this spring. I I t TJros. Gods ah Lucky Strike, owafeU farm for seven years. ai~o has a tractor and doea ploughing for other fanners/ exemption granted on condition that he is on own farm by Mar. 1st. William Morrow, Etzlkom, farmer, appeal allowed. Harold Talman, KtzikGin. bank clerk, appeal allowed, with privilege to the miitary to reopen the case. Claude Weiler, farmer, allowed, II. YV. Thompson, owns a farm at Milk River, since li'e',', was in automobile business this year after taking course in automobile school at Kansas C.'iry to get experience in tractorH, ha^ been in garage at Coutts all summer. Appeal dismissed with leave to appeal Ottawa. A. Erickson, Kipp. genuine farm laborer, exemption tfllowed. A. Pio-suy, MagraiJi, genuine farm laborer, uppeal allowed. j. liirie, Magrath, farmer, has 1X0 acres ready for next year. The tribunal found that eight sons farmed only 'Mm acres. Justice Simmons urged greater effort. j'Get out early in the morning and stay there till lato at night." Appeal allowed. --rTfoH. O. Dudley, genuine farmer, appeal allowed with advice to "speed up/' ft. A. Dc-glow. farmer. American citizen, but not registered with .American consul, bidiiR under draft age for Ain-erb-[�rj army. Appeal allowed. II. A. YanDeck. I'inehor Creek, ra.ncher, had been placed in class 2 by irihiiual. Appeal dismissed but left in ulas.s ".. Krank hebar. Iron Springs, a genu-ir.fl lainier. anjieal allowed. Sisjjon.-, harbor at H;irons, hut father farms there, and wants Hon to roiuru in farm. Son's appeal dl^missod with Ir-are to appeal io central appeal judge. Aim- leave to have re-e:tamination before :tnoihiT medical board. ^. li.-ikos. only .son, faihcr incap;1..;!- tated and a eharg:: ou the. family. Son i;; iin e.xi>.Tt I run or and automobile man. T w. > m:;t-rs wuvking. Appeal dis-:.llowed bat c;is� may be riMjpencd. ^lr. Chirr.v;| ,;;):i.v, Canary, is appr:u'ii.; coti.-isei [or tho inilitia depanmeni. v Winnipeg, Jan. Z. - I f. fcbrngg, son of Ren Shragg, millionaire junk dealer of Winnipeg, who bus been refused exemption by both tribunal and appeal court, will take his ease to Ottawa, it was learned today. 4 m * PRESBYTERIAL * * ? ? * 4 � 4 4 4 i I r I Interesting Reports Submitted Some Educative Addresses Are Given Toronto, field secretary of the society, delivered a vej^r inspiring and interesting address. t ^liss Mitchell sooke of the work of the tljrougliout the Dominion ! ^onirrduee to which any VrivuU: , ,i,.,!,. 7 ! .i ' ii is reierred to cnnHiiU-r and report and dwelt particularly on the prob-ithP a.lme t0 tlie llouse wilh ah conven. lems that the immigration tiuestion lent spued: presents. "How are we going to ansim- All duplications ror Private 13111s, iniiOfi the tTcni i,,.K�Pe nY fnrr.it/npr-i ]*r'�perly thy subject at. LcgisUxliiM by tde mut.Le cue ^rcai. masses, oi lotoigneih Jj(.ei;:iaUv,; a�.^-mbiy or Albortu wit)itn that arc constantly pouring into our thn inn-view of "The British North ! country/' said the speaker. The an- ; AAiorina .Act, iSB7" whether for ihe crec- of iiny Standing or Select (.'oimi)ittr*o tra penalty of one hundred dollars, :ind ' on a Private Hill be received after . in ea.se of a JUU ineorporating* a corn- % the tlfleentli flay of eaea Se:>sion, I Ptiny a .receipt from the Registrar of \ **scept f{H provided for under /Rules SSli. | Joint Stock Companies Cor fees uu fixed 323, 324 and 825 and It �hall be the duty , by law �*n- the registration of Joint '.'owpiuiJe.s, Stock ''ttj, Aecnj>ted clK^iucn in payment of fet-.y s!:nn!d be made payable to the Pro-vineiiil Treasurer, and foi*warded to the ''l.-ik of llie Uouue along with Ui� copies of uiq urn. 328. Before any petltlo:i praying for l'liive to brinyr in a. L'ill for thn eonstrue- lioii f | gates from outside points amended. jThere V.xrc fifty in alteiularico at il;e i afternoon seh^ion. In ihe mornins tho reports from the differont au.viilarlea j were given and shewed increase both Ottawa, Jan. 4.-Official notification j in membership and livings. Thin foi- ! has been received in Ottawa io tho ' lowed the reports from the different 'effect tho.t there is only Tour ard a secretaries of the Presbytorial which half daya coal supply in the citv of werf*?,J ^?(;eJkint' ^Uoving that the Tr ... . " .work is snll being carne on despite Halifax. Tni;j information was con-1 lMe many oall;. on women's time. Afier tained in a telegram Higned by ; devotional Exercises the afternoon ses- I flavor Martin of Halifax, and It. T. Mc- ! -s^on opened with an address by t.)u: llreath. chairman of the Halifax relief \ vrexUloM in which^he jointed out our . . , , 'duty in this sroat work of sending th�; comnnttee. It is umiemoml. however. | Gospel lhroJmhout tlu, ,,0YbL 0lu. that everythmg-possible to relieve tho church has sent six medical and nino jsv/er is, hv educating them and pre , ., , . , , , D�-,M. .r . �i � - i i iriimwuy, turnpike- road, telegraph or sentitic to them m a clear and com-| lf.|,,pu,jru. iiTli}i t)u- construdion or im-J-prehensive manner, tho Gospel of proveroent uf u liarbour. canal, lock, dam, : Christ. Ter�-vears a^o in British Col- ^hl-. or other like wnrir. the prantinff nt uml.la. ihCr�WMU ion WUit� ,,�, l*1^!^^^ Fb� annual meeting of MaclGO'l J3ros-1 evt5l'y 0l'.il;�tal. Today the proportion joint hioelt company; *�r �tiitr\vJ:;u finis .seven to two. Miss Mitchell read K�*antln^uo any lnfllviduyi �> rindivldiniis : Krunttns bi any Individual nr Indiv iduuls" h whatever, or for doing; riny maticr hlpjr, wliioh in its npenutuii would rlna.Act, 1 SOT whether for the� crcc- j lion of nillwaj's, tramways or canals, or of a bj-idffe, the ranking of a railroad, | i';ir chnn^inK tlie route of the railway. j byterial met yesterday in tl:;> .school room of Knox church. Fourteen dele- .some surprlsiiiiL? tig uvea touching thin i ^JJg" phrso of ihe whc\i of i!hi .society. |,,r ii i-\ i . . * , 1 cfTiM't the rici'iOi or prniiertv of other ii.e ifpeaker ..iao dwelt on the call ,,;;rM,Mt t/1. ,4,,, to paiu-cu.r riass to every woman of tho church to asao- t,f uu- i-uinmunity; or for ini-kin/r any elate horpelft with tho great work, (iod amendment �t a like nature w nny forni-.luh ncui >L iih. .10 has e juipped us, ;ini[ (|{Iitllw.lL(. ^ecifyhe-r th.- u:.Uim and and will hold us responsible- lor the N^bject of the upplleatiuii, and where ihe I task nlloui'.l to each one of us. I,r�t j application mrer? U> any pr.-,p.,::ed wf>rk. each inember here today a:sk herself ! hidlcatin^ generally the Uxytinu oi Mn tho question. 'Is Christ getting results from mo iu the discharge of-niy\dut-iesV A Htrong appeal was made for a more binding neii.se of personal olill-tfatiun, and a deeper loyalty to tiie King of kings. Lot us not be like the Dead sea, said the speaker in conclusion, that received everything and never gave. J work, an8 ylKUrd i�y or on b'-lmir of tlie MppIleantP, Sdeh no lie** to hv jjuiilished, during- t'otir wekN. between ihe rhiSf of Ihe next preceding Session nnd tin' time ai tiie cbnyldeni turn of the I v-til ion. in four hs-sues of The APiarui ';;i/.elie. ;uid J (iTumvuy or cana I of any eompany, nl-reacly incorporated, is received by the Idouso. tile pei'3on or persons peli t ion In a,-for Hjjch Bills, shall deposit with the CliTk the following- dacunientH.* A map or plan upon a pcnle of not less than one ineh to three miies show-1 ntr the Ineatim \i\nni which if: is intended to, (on.struet tlie porpoised work, and Khowimv also.. llu� lines o* existing or t\ui horized woi Ics, of ;i siniilai" eiiaraeter \vi;Jiin ;i radius of thli'ty miles from the loefition of the proposed work, together with (hi- nam'1 of e;tih municipality within which tin- proposed works or any pint tliei'tjol nre int"tided u> )>i\yn Ix-Jun- � may he ohljiini-d fr;�ni the Clerk of the j situation is being done, and with mod-' crate weather and adequate supply of fuel may shortly be obtained. t evangelistic missionaries to take up work among rhe Chinese who are in J-"rance, strangers in a strange-land. A solo by Miss Kettli \vas much enjoyed by all. | Mrs. I>enoon followed with ' an ad-; dress of welcome to our visiting deie-j gates which was responded to by Mrs. Oi Bryan of Tabor. An intenjstTug num-| ber of the ai'tfrrnoon session was :i |ij!nic-dp| auxiliary given by never*; 1 of the I j members of Knox W.M.S. ---- j At six o'clock supper was served in The total not proceeds of the pal-! t!le �^liool room to the ladi^ nt which rtotic entertainment of the Alexander :i Ir""�'1 vM(> ''Mifcrcnc^ was c-diddci-Galt cbaptrr of I.O.D.K. to be giv- ;f;rI ino;:t fn-ipful discu.'coon.. von;, en on January 11 and 12. will to- \ i:Ve'd^'a- . TO OPEN ASSEMBLY rVitrogrtui, Jan. The Bolshevik! have fixed the opening of tho constituent assembly for January IS, providing there is present at that time a ouonim of 400 members. a staler IHl- pi' rt jeK of the hefort! Tho evening session, al wbie-b Mr., Shearer fcave his addrens on ' irioni i i I by v deeuiv i'i(cre.'-''ed tiudu^ivf The;,- vi.wH ui>�; u-hiri, ^adu^ v;J'jit.,iExtra=t.,Tm ""'B�n?e,at'no t0 Prlvat* lustraterf wrire wards the fund i'ur-the home for unclaimed children at Jfalifax, Thi*? is in reriponae to an appeal from the,;0'*T Ui �('f*ilIi"'W11S Iar^Jl.v atiwded! Xational chapter of the I. O. O. E. T.us nome is being provided by the chapters of the 1. O. I). K. throughout Canarla for the little orphans oi" the 1 ialilax d'nuclei, and no worthier cause could be tlie subject of an appeal. It is hoped that tho entcrtahi-1 ineut to bf provided here will'Ik; well jllif' Pronouncing of jhe benedici ion. ' prtirionizod sro (hut a Kubstanllal f;m� I Al llu: 1'n'd'uoon sessifdi of i.iie ru:tv be sen! �o ihe fttnd provided for j:Uial 'hcetiii1-; ui' the i'reshytcrial or t!o. line buildine of t.hi;, home. j Macb-id i'rodbytory, Mian Mlulu^ ut LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA very tine. j Al iss Hazel : was much appreciated by those pros-! �.h i er,r. The se:- ;M ndo which I, ,U] 1,,r I'rivaO- UIIIm shall ... . �u,,il!h.- ir, dnpheale and shall he delivered U> e'lcrf; i.f the ! Inns*: tint later than I' > t !i day he fore tie- up^rdnt,' day of the openiiiK day of lh>- i-'nilnii, r.wo cop-| ien of the said I'.ill wilh Tin- marginal inft es inserted .vhall in: placed l>y the applicant In-tin*, hands m' the (Uerlc uf tiie llijusi:, whose (futy it slmli I�e t'^ ^r*-*t tlie ,suid Will jirinU'.d forttiwiili. ^20. A-copy uf tiie. rioih'i; v.ith ntury declarHih'n of pnldh-atjun i*:r(iseiflent, ahull hv. nent hy the insiM'tlng eueh nutice t" tlie tice chilli he filed in the oMJce Clerk of the IIuu.se. .1211. Kvery ajipllcant Mr a I'rivate J^til jJhrill deposit with the Clerk uf the IJripMtt ten dayH prior Pi the ini'dOifC uf Ihe' 11 oust, it receipt irein tin- I 'rocinchil Treanurer for a Hum nf twu hundred doll-un*t if the said Hill doef, not exceed le*i pti(,-e-N and ten doll.-ir.'? ndditiunal for each page uvei- llial nunih':r, and for the )>iirj>i'-x(. of Dns.Uule feu � linndred und fifty wurdH ^)ntl) b held l cunstituto u pHKe, and. If such Hill is not deposited hy the time jiJjwvc uneeidcd, (ho applJ-eant. >�hail In addition to the sum uf two hundred dolhir.n pny lie- sum uf five dollars for each end evpry day tvhlch intervenes ltelween the h;un. ,\11*T the "^|pii.i:u u ui t .'"Tity iu til* rTsi.v hf^tm-v th" (-)h'niii^ iluy of * ' 'If, iy 11 uuse. ll'tl. Tli^ provisions fonluinnd iu any UIU which mrr* hot. in accoru wilh lln* Mntli'I dill, :-ha?l be Jn.Sf?rletl bolwcnn lij^H'iu'ia, and whon revinpfi by llu* prop-tjr olllrftr slia.ll Ik? an printed, and BUN which arw not in afronlancii wltli this, Uuki wliall ho returned to tho promoters In be recast before btflriRT reviwecJ anii prlnlcU. X\iit Any wections of existing Acta Avhinh j whit'h nr� prMpouird io bp yjrjt-nded shah *}( Iht; j hp ro-printitd in full with"* tlie amend-l mrtnlM InawtfMl in their proper plaacx am) hclu^en brarJiets. . Any rxrepiionnl provislonH that it may he proposed to tn.s*-rr in any B>.i shall he t-irarly sp�M:tficil in the notice on aji(Million for tin* nama. ;m4 All Private Hills for Acta of in mrporatlon shall bo ho fraui^d an tp in corporate by risfrmm-k (hp vUiuswh of th ^(�n^ral Acts ndatlne: to tho detail** U\ hr pi-ovidod for by such Hllla. Special grounds KliwH bf� ^tnl>lj;ilird Tor any pro-ju>Ked. doparl tin? from this principle, or ior tin- introdiicitun of (�th^r provision^ as Jo such iJrtaiN, and a. tiotn ahaU appcnd*:m. tilth which arc not framed in uccortlnnne will tin-; Hut** Fhntt t>c rc-rast oy ihn pnimot-j rrs nnd rcprintrd at lladr f*xptfcnsn beforr any Cuminittet1 pksmck upon the rhtusex ;{:�. Wluui any HIM Tor runflrmiuf; an>J hnt^rs pal*-nt or aKrc mcut is presented to tiie lloiisr-, a certified ropy of jjijc hat*-rH patent or agiwoumnl muiaL uc ui ln( hod to it, ^ 1 JOHN COWELL, Clerk of the Otflslatlvc Afiscml;}] Ail. 11- -----  Nath day o( j day^ from thr- opoiiin^ of the House* the Mi'X'ihfn, nu; may any JlcpurL urorutiulcl amuuiuw, Wither with au Any NewN|wi]KTK publlxhliitf Ihia adver li.Homcut \vitl\out authority, Wilt Not Bi Paid. ;