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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEiEIGlir imiDAY, JANUAIW 4, 1018 Will Contmue for Ten Days Misses and Women s COATS on Sale. Look at the Savings Here $48.00 Finest Velour Silk Lined Coats, $33.00 $27.50 Scotch Tweed and Beaver Coats, $19.50 $37.50 Nice Velour Coats for $27.50 $32.00 Smart Velour Coals 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 $12.50 Chinchilla both Coats, Now . . . $9.75 $10.00 Chinchilla md Tweed Coats, Now $7.90 ^SfbO Girls' Cloth and Tweed Coats, Now $5.95 in the Januei^ Sale White or Brown Bath 'Towels. Per pah' ......I...... 35c WhitC'HucU Towols". good .wearing, hm-^jy (luality. AO-, Special, per paiv................. .........^........^�IC >:xtra Uu-ge ami Heavj,'*Bath Towels. AV:i^�e or Q/k brown striped. Per imir .......................'"C ALL FANCY SATH, TjDWELS ON SALE AT Rfei7?,;GS,0 PRICES  J- a,�nf �f the vear The greatest money savmg sale.lhe public have ever witnessed in this city. You can save $5.00, $10.00 or $15.00 on a Ladies'Coat. You can wve $10.004o The greatest to $10'OO on a Silk or SergrDress. You can save $3i00 on a Boys' Mackinaw Coat or Tweed Sui^. You can saVe 5c per yard on Flannelette, and Cottons. You fanSavrDoLl^^^ Skirts,Und^wear, Corsets, Sweaters, Curtains, Blankets and Down Quilts. 25^ Off all In This Sale  , LOOK WHAT IT MEANS. $130.00 Black Fox Sets for.......$100.00 $110.00 Black Fox Set for......, .. .$82.50 $85.00 Red Fox Set for....... ... $64.00 $85.00 Natural Lynx Set lor....... $64.00, $55.00^Natural WoU Set for........ $41.00 $45.00 Natural Raccoon Set for......$35.00 $45.00 rXvti Cat Set for......./ . $32.00 $1S.00 Mack Dps Muff for $7.00 $n.00 Natural Ral Muff for........ $7.50 116.50 NaturalRal Muff for....., .. $12,50 $12.50 Mink Marmot Muff for........ $9.00 $18.75RatSetfor ...... ..... $14.50 36in. Striped TLETTES OA Sale price, per yd. - - - 500 ynrU....... Inr' - Men's Wool Sox.-.�,s tor 1.25 1.50 65c . 90c ...35c . I5c 3dc Remnants, Remnants Prints, Flannelettes, Ginghams,'Wool' Dress Goods, Silks, Curtain Materials, Lawns, ,N.ainapolcs, Flannels, Cloalcings, Galatea's, Sateens, Cretonnes and Many Other Lines of Goods. January Clearing at a Fraction of Value. m Eiderdown KIMONAS Warm and cosy. Good colorings. Eac^ Make No Mistake. Come direct to this store for the genuine January Sale Bargains. - Make No Mistake. Come direct to this store for the genuine January Sale Bargains. , Twenty Appeals from Military Service Granted; Judge Urges Farmers to Greater Production � � > s- * > > > ^ >~^ * * Mr. Justice Simmons, wlio is sitting ks appeal judge on exemption claims here today, Filday, Is losing no opportunity to urge farmers and farm laborers, who are securing exemption almost to a man, to "speed up." The ,need for greater production is; urged. Men witli fifty or sixty acres ready for crop next year are urged to double up. The court. room was crowded with appellants this morning, and court sat till 12.30 before adjournment with a big list still to tie finished during the iiftepnoon. Following were tbis^morn-Sag's decisions: Carmichael, Champion, farming halt fioctlon, but running real estate and Insurance office. Appeal dismissed but granted leave to appeal to central ap veal judge at Ottawa. Stanley HarrlsonJ bqna fide farm laborer, exemption granted. Lambert Kellar, bona fide farmer's son living at home on- tte farm, ox omptlon granted. Ncrman McMurray, Milk River, a . sluflont missionary, whose claim had been disallowed by the tribunal. Rev. �i.'r. Durns spoke in support of the appeal showing that three out ot every four student missionaries had enlisted. Jlr. V'*lc-illurray is a Toronto Univer-Bity graduate, bat is Just beginning his � theolcglcal course. Appeal dismissed and leavo given to appeal to central appeal judge. O, D. Hol>?.rtB, Kipp, a bona fide farm livborer, appeal ailowcii. i Arthur Roy, a bona tide farm laborer, appeal allowed.  Steve Supina, asking for extension for iiix months, an expert glazier needed by Sash and Ilcor factory. Given . temporary cxomption till .March 10th. J. ., t". -ucas, genuine farm laborer, allowed. B, N. Caldwell, bona fide rancher, allowed.' , ' . It. Cornell, Woolford, farm laborer, nllowod. 'R; V. MIcltleson, bad beon placed In ulasB 2. A gpnulno farmer. Moved up to 'class 1, and Granted oxemiiUoh lis long a� lj�l�'irfa:-mer. Henry',Johnston, own's a-farm, has ^'orkdd na tann labufor, e'xemptlpu '^Sriuited to on^fJlfm thja sj)rliis. Thos. Godsal, Lucky Strike, owned farm for seven years, also has a tractor and does ploughing for other farmers/ exemption granted on condition that he is on own farm by Mar. lat. William Morrow, Etzlkom, farmer, appeal allowed. Harold Taiman, Etzlkom. bank clerk, appeal allowed, with privilege to the miltary to reopeni the case. Claude Weller, farmer, allowed. H. W. Thompson, owns a farm at Milk River, since 1909, was In automobile business this year after taking course In automobile school at Kansas City to get experience in tractors, has been in garage! at Coutts all summer. Appeal disniiaaed with leave to ap peal^o Ottawa. , A. Erickson, ICipp, genuine farm lab orer, exemption Allowed. 'A. Passey, Magrnth, genuine farm laborer, app6al allowed. J. Rlrie, Magrath, farmer, has 130 acres ready for next year. The trlbtm-al found that eight sons farmed only G'^ acrea. Mstlco Simmons urged greater effort. _^'Get out early In ' the' morning and 'stay there till late at JUNK DEALER APPEALS Winnipeg, Jan. 3. - H. Sbragg, son of'' Ben Shragg, millionaire junk ;lealer-of Win-' nlpeg, who has been refused exemption hy' both tribunal and appeal court, will take his case to Ottawa, it was learned today. ? Interesting Re^orts/SiiBmltted- Some Educative Addresses Are Given Toronto, field secretary of the society, delivered a vei^ inspiring and interesting address. , Miss Mitchell spoke of the work of the W.M.S. tliroughout the Dominion and dwelt -particularly on the problems that the Immigration question presents. "How are we going to asaim-milate the greiit masses ot foreigners that arc constantly pouring into olir country," said the speakol-. The i\n-sv/er is,, by educating them and presenting to them in a clear and com The annual meeting of Macleod Pros-bytcrlal met ye-fterday In the school room of Kno.x church. Fourteen dole-gates from outside points attended. There were "titty in attendance at the iprehensive manner, the GosRei of : provemcnJof a harhour, canal, locic, dam, 'U^hrlRt Tptti�vpnrSn�^ ^^l^^Jl^^'llZ ^\.^':^r^'vSn tra penally ot one hundred dollars, lind 111 case of alSIU Incorporating a company a-.r,. , Frank I.ebar, Iron Springs, a genU' ins farmer, ui^poal allowed. \ Slssons, barber at Barons, but father farms there, and wants son to roturu to farm. Son's appeal disraisBed w-lth leave to appeal to central appeal judge. Also leave to have ro-e.tanilnatlon before another medical boards.' S. Bakos, only son, father incapacitated arid a charge on tho family. Son Is ah expert tractor and automobile man. Two filstars working. Appeal dls-ffllowed but case may bo reopened. .. Mr. Clltfcrd Jono-j ot Calgary, li appearing aa counsel for the jnllltia departmeati duty in this greaf^work of sendingUhe ' sian, that received everything and nev-i Gospel'throughout the world. gave, church has sent six medical and nine; ' evangelistic missionaries to take up  The total not proceeds ^f the patriotic entertainment ot the Alexander Gait chapter of the.I.O.D.E. to bo given on January 11 and 12, will go to wards the fund for^the homo for un-, claimed children at Halifax. ^^Itls Is ! In response to an'appeal from the National chapter of the I. O. D.i E. �^ This homo is being provided by the chapter8''ot the^I. O. D. E. throughout Canada for the little orpli&ns of the Halifax dlaastdr, and. no worthier cause could he tho subject ot au;appeal. It is lipped that tho entertainment to be provided,here .will.^e well patrlonized so that a substantial sum may be sent to the fund provided for ,tho buildlifc ot Ihie home. * work among the Chineaa who are lu Franc^, strangers' in Ajilraiigo-land. A solo by Miss Ketlli ^?a3 much enjoyed by all. ' MrH.-Denoori followed with' an address of welcome'to our visiting dele-�gates which was responded to by .Mrs. ' Bryan of Taber.': An Interes'lTng number ^ot the afternoon session was a model, auxiliary given by several of the inembors ot Kiiox^V.AJ.S. At six o''clock supper was served in the school room to the ladj^es at which a round table conferenco was conducted an.d most helpful discussions were created. ' , , Tho evening session, at which ^Mr. Shoaror'gave his address on "l>"'rom ocean to ocean"iwa8 largely attmdetl by a diieply interested audience. The viowB with which his address was 11-lusti-atcd' were vary tine. J/j^lss Hazel rendered a solo whifth was niDCli appreciated by Ihttso pros-ent. The seHHlbii'tflosed with tho afngr Ing of tho Loni^ � Metro .Doxology and tlie proDoUacIng of the benodlcUpij. At the attornoon session of the annual meeting of thb Prosbytorlal,of the Macleod Pj-03bi'ter/, Mlsa Mltcht,"' �f ^ TO qpen assembly Potrograd, Jani s!-The Bolshevik! have fixed the opening of the constlt-\ieht assembly for January 18, providing there is present at that time a quorum of 400 members, ,; Legislative assemoly of the PROVINCE OF AuBEnTAi Extract from RuI�b ftelatlna to Private  Bills. nirtos Inserted aluUl ho placed liy the appUcant;?rii-ttie hands of tho Clerk of the Housbi'whoan duty It shall bo to eo' the said Bin prliiti ,tll7. All polltlons for Private Hills shall be In duplicate and shall b� delivered to tlio Clerk wf the House not latei; than the Iflth day before the openlne day, of llio yoBKlon. No petition for any Private BUI shall be received'by the HoUtto aftei' the lOtlr'ITny hflfo�'o.^tlio opening day ot llin tenth day of Hnwion, nor may any I'l-ivHlD ,Ulll bo latoi' iban ton day-i bofor* the' openin^i day of the BoskIou, which notice shall bo filed Iti tho ollke of the Cleric of Ih^i House. , 322. ISVBiy Uppllcnnt ,ror a Private Bin ahaUJilepoBlt with tho Clerk of the House'tori. days pilijr tij the meeting of the Houai, ft. receipt from the Provincial 't'ruasurijr for O'sum ot two hundred dollar."), it thfi'aald Bill docK not exceed toft puKos, avt0,/teu dollars aildltlonal for each pogO'OVer that number, and for the purpose of ,lhls .llulo fou- hundred and, fifty words shall be. held to constitute- a j page, and. It such Bill 1� not doposltod by the;ne i^ove iipecllled, tho -.appll-vnnt shall iii addition to tho sum uf two hiindroa dollars pny tbe sum of flva dollars fdii' oachj.nO every day which In-t.ervcnoa het^o OlcrU, up to the tlay of openlngi ' 323. For after the optjnlngr of the SuhhIou, the applicant ahall. pay I" ttd(Utlmi to tho foreuoltiB chargei* the sum ofr ten clpllars tor ciicTi and every, day up to thft ;lentli dny of lUo Session. , 321. In addition to the ^ foregoing churgnB, .the iipplluanl ahah pay from the tenth'day to tho twentieth dftW of the BoBHloiv for each tad every day':?/ fui'tlior sum of llfleot) dullnrs. v ;.;,/ ;;)26. .V'.li-iv the .ixpluiinu of;'enly i\ayu froip the. opening.of tlid WopsfitJte ,330. All Private Bills for Acts of Incorporation of or In amendment of iicH Incorporating railway coinpanloH shall, be drawn In aocordanoci with the Mu(V)l BUI iiltaohofl to these i^uWs, copies ot.jWhIcli may bo bblulnod from^tho Clerki.of the House.. , ,:� ; 331. The ' provisions .contained In: any Bill which are not, In accord will)ilhe .Model Bill, Bhnll be inserted bolwpen � brackets, and when revised by: the prop-f -...... ...... i'Lt^J^'^Ui'/l""", no'; n,'aT'"any"'{leyo?{ ' uroresalrf.amou.KS,' loVethe^'^WtlS-e'^;' ur ofllciir shall be so printed,' and^Ulll which are not In accordance with, thin Uule shall bo returned to tho prpitioters to be le-coHt before being revised" and printed. � ' v ,332. V Any sectlGns of existing .Aots which are proposed to. bo amended; shall be I'o-nrlnted In full wUh" the a>nend-nionla insertod In their proper places.and between brackets. , / '� { 33!li' Any,c.\cepllb(ial provisions that It may beprpposed to Insert in anyi^B.".! sliuH 'be'clearly speelriud In the notlc* oi npplknitlon for the name, i' -:m. AUPrlviito' HlllB for Acts of in corporation shall be so framed as lp' ' � ' , ; VJO.HN R. COWEUL, V � Clerk of'(he .Ivoglslfttlvo Asae'ir'"^ AA. H..^,; -f , i?^, Any N^wspHporaHubHsMlng'this n^lvi ^tljj|oiiwiit'.,wltl�UtCn�lhov)ty,. \ytH Pa;id< ;