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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1918 �i'HE LETHBRTOGE DAJLY HERALD PAGE SEVEN FIfty-flvo Bxempllon caaoB were ox-aminrfd on Tuoaday by tlio local appeal tribunal, nnd out of thlH nunilier 21 froldlora were found tor the King. This Is tho largest percentaRe of dlsiillow-od cliiiUuB in any eIdkIc diiy'r, v.ork of the review tribunal, and probably sots a record for the province. At lonat one "conchy" whh caught In tho not. Tho record ot the tribunal this morning, however was different. Out of the first nlffhteon caseH dlspo.Bod of only one case was found where the tribunal could properly disallow tho appeal tor exemption. Following are tho details ot Wod-neaday'o cases: Allowed tin Nov. 1.-W. Hanson, Coalhurst, farmer; A. .McPlierson, Medicine Hat, Hardware merchant; H. K. Kllpatrick, Redcllff. farmer; ){. \V. Ilrelhour, Uedcllff, fanner; G. A. Kob-orts. Standoff, farmer; P. I-I. Irvlnp, Vulcan, merchant; M. .1. Leonard, Tra-vors, farmer; W. J, Hill, AmothyBt, farmer; C. Smith, PIncher Crook, farmer; R. McKenzIo, Hurdett, farmer; Ji. Bullock, Ram well, farmer; R. R. Adam,- Vulcan, farmer; N. Hurehy, Box SprluBS, farmer; G. Nottioton, Elcan, miner; .J. G. )l. Illshop, Rtrl-ikom, farmer; O. Coakcr, Lothbridge, larmer; Christopher I'^lrth. Taber, far-raor; .T, M'. Paterson, "fabor, blacksmith,; O. Slmmonsi Roacllff, mill-ivrlght; J. J. Dann, Reld Hill, farmer; T. B. .lackson. Medicine Hat, trainman; H. J. Plsher, Wiiiinlfrod, farmer; E. Malstinnouvo, Roaeglon, farmer; J. H. Gagnlor, Klpp, op�rator; G. Petrunta, I.,ethbridRe, fireman; O. iR. Sommars, Champion, farmer; H. O. MorriU^jplackic, farmer; K. S. Lighlle, Blacklo, farmer. Disallowed.-Goo. Schroeder, Vulcan, ifarmer; J. L, ShaughnessV, Medi-cino Hat, clerk; R. ,1. Barrett, Or.'on. inach'inlst, not to bo called before Oct. 3;'R. N. B. McLollan, Medicine Hat. tailor; J. Bondon, Uedcllff, rolling Mills laborer; W. Wicknick, Comrey, fnxmor; P. II. Harding, Lethbrldge. bank accountant; J. C. West, Medicine Hat, repairer; E. F. Glbbs. .Medi- cine Hat. farmer, not to bo called he-tore Aug. 15; y/. Simmons, Sutfleld, farmer; A, .1. Poultcr,- Macleod, laborer; R. W. Halo, Mngrath, drayman, not to bo called before Oct. 31; Kmll Sick, LeUibrldgo, farmer, not to be called before Oct. 31; I. Miller, Medicine Hat, farmer; A. Peacock, Medicine Hat, bricklayer; R. s; Williams, Vulcan, blacksmith, not to bo called before Oct. 31; E. 13. Connolly, PIncher station, farmer; C. 8, Hood. .Medicine Hat, salesman; H. .Tohnson, both-bridge, farmer; \V. B. Kostor. I^eth-brldgo, clothier, not to be called before Oct, 1; .1. Ddrrlo, Coutte, manager of stock yards. Allov/od till Aug. 1.-.T. M. McRae, .Medicine Hat, farmer; W. .f. Davidson, Grassy Lake,-farmer; M. 3. .lose, iOnaIgn, farmer; P. J. Ford, liraut, farmer. � Allowed till Oct. I.-g. Kosko, Leth-hridge, minor; A. McDonald, Coalhurst, miner. Board of Trade Goca on Record As Opposed to Any Pressure Brought to Bear HUNDREDn NashvlHe, July 10.-Latest reports from morQues and hospitals indicated that 50 white persons and 65 negroes were killed and more than 10O Injured in the head-on collision between two pasG-cn-ger trains on the Nashville, Chattanooga St, Louis Railway near this city and a number of the in-Juradxaro expected to die. The track was cleared last night and trains today are running through the piles of wreckage. No official statement has been made as to the cause of the collision between the two trains, but the report that the local from Nashville to Memphis went by the meeting place, is generally accepted by the pub'ic^ . . ACTING DEPUTY The local board of trade went on record of the meotlng of the council yos-lorday as being opposed to any pressure being brought to hear on the farmers to make them Bell their wheat, tho fooling being that any wheal now In tlio coimtry will be bndiy needed for Hoed next spring. The following Is tho text of tlio resolution which will 1)0 forwarded to the government: Resolved, that "While we as an executive v-iommittee of the LelUbrldgo board ot trade realize the importance ot marketing all wheat available tor that purpose yet In view of existing condltjona of the present crop we reaped fully submit that any farmer .should 1)0 permitted to retain sufficient wheat for hlo next year's seeding and that "tho govonimont offlclal.s should take such stops now as will accui'o tm ample siipiily of good -seed for next y?ar." Fair Subscriptions. The question ot individual subscriptions towards tho exponscs ot the coming fair wns discussed and the council ot the hoard of trade being -in sympathy with tho collection now being made hoped that the hearty cooperation and support of the business men of Letlibrldge would bo given to llio fair board In this regard. Convention Delegates. G. R. Marnoch and S. S. Dunham were named as delegates from the board to the convention of the West ern Canada Irrigation Association at Nelson July 24-L'G. Calgary, July 10.-Wilfrid Forbes, registrar of the land titles office at Calgary, has received the appointment of� acting deputy attorney general for the province. The Scientific Way to End Corns i HE Blue-jay plaster is a scientiat's invention. It is made by the makers of B&B surgical dressings, used by physicians and hospitals everywhere. So you may be sure that this is tho right way to treat a com. The corn is ended by a bit of wax, which is centered on the corn. It cannot spread. While the wax is acting;, a pad protects the' corn. So all pain' ceases when the plaster is applied. A band wraps the toe snugly and fastens itself. With this" comfortable dressing one forgets the corn, and the plaster can't become displaced. The pain stops instantly. Then .the bit of wax gently undermines the com. In two'days it lifts out. Only rare corns need a second application. Let Blue-jay prove itself tonight. You will never again merely pare a corn, or trca-v it in the old crude ways. . iJ(&eiBI9IS Blue = jay Com Plasters Stop Pain Instantly - End .Corns Completely . Largs Package 2Sc at Druggiil* - Small Package DiiconUnued lAUER ft BLACK, LiaiKil, IU�nWS�i�!�l DrMhi., icOieafo, V^w TaA. $47.50 Dresser.........$36.00 Made of selected ciuarter sawed oak in rlc.', golden fIrtish', top�2'2x4() Inches; 2 large and':? small drawers with, wood pulls, 22x28 Inch shaped British bevelNplate mirror. o/� Aft July Special............... JOcUU Mahogany Woman's Dresser' as -aa above'with swell troiit at .....'/jOayv OOMINION BLOCK 612 FOURTH AVE. S PHONE 515 . C. TEEPLE QUALITY FURNITURE AND GROCERIES ALL SPECIALS SPOT CASH OR C.O.D, LICENSE No. 8-3497 FLCANA.I OFMVERYBES Montreal, i\\\y 10.-Interviewed here yesterday, Lieut. Colonel, the Hon. P. B, Blondin, post master' genera), on his return from tho front, said that the 22nd French Cauadlon battalion Is now classed as shock troops and fully maintained their reputation as "one of the best among the very best." ROYAL COMMISSION Ottaw^, July 10.-An order-In- . council constituting a Royal Commission to deal with dispute between some 30 steamship companies engaged In British Columbia . Coast service Including the C, P, R, and Union Steamship Company and Canadian Merchant Guild, has been passed on the recommendation of Hon, T. W. Croth-ere, mlnister^of labor, E, Burns of Vancouver, has b'een appointed chairman of the oornixilMlon; Edward A. Jaines, a fomer 'rwlway ofHoifil, will represent the shipping companies and James McVclty, alto of VancoHver, for^ttw mern-bars of the guild ? ? ? ? ? ^ ? > > ? ? : : ? ? MINING CONVENTION. : Revelstoke, B.C., July 10.- ? Hon. John Hart, minister ot ? finance for British Columbia : was the principal speaker at ? tho International Mining con- ? ventlon today. He spoke on : "taxation as It affects tho miu-> ing industry." In it ho detailed ? tho various actions surrounding ? the adjustment of the provin-: clal government's adjuetment ? of mining taxation which was ? designed to ensure a fair re-: turn to the province and at the same time not be oppressive ? to the Industry. Tho address ? was followed by considerable ? t� discussion. M c- * : ? > : > * � : * * ? > CREW LANDED MontevBldIo, Uruguay, July 10.- Part- ot the crew of tlia American three masted schooner Artolia T" Carlson, which wont aground Saturday near La Puloma, was landed today by a. government tug. DRANK BAY RUM MThltby, Ont., July 10,--A coroner's jury this- morning concluded its inquest Into the death ot John Francis IliU, aged.62, who died here on Sunday, us a result of drinking repeated doses of bay rum. s mmm Ottawa, July JO.-With approximately fifty per cent, ot the constituencies of the Dominion heard from, Iho Dominion registration board, of which Hon, 0. S. Hobortson' Is- the chairman, reports that the returns received showed that 2,349,015 Canadians registered on Juno 22, The number of males who ooglstered In 122 constituencies from' which complete returns have been received v�a8 1,138,-11�, while female registrants numbered. 1,212,809. Thiwe figures are considered as satisfactory'by'the're^s-tration board, more particularly in view of the fact that returns have not yet been received from many ot the city constituencies having a largo population. PAN-GERMAN VICTORY . Waahlngton, July 10,-According to an official dispatch from Switzerland today the retirement of Von Kuehlmann as German foreign minister and the appolntmem of Von Hintze to �ueoeed him, is looked upon as a victory for th# pan-Germant. COMPETITION ON LOAN POSTERS . Montreal, July 10.-Artists who desire to obtain particulars of the Victory Loan poster competition, 'for which several thousand dollars' worth of prizes have been donated, can lecure the rules governing the conteet -by 'writing 'to ' R. A. Stephenson, 26 King Street, East, Toronto, or Murray E. Williams, Traneportation Building, Montreal. IN AIRPLANE London, July 10.-King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium reached England in an airplane when they came last' Sat^i'day t* attend the silver annlversafy of King George and Quesn Mary. H 'was learned todiiy. - WE SAVEYOU MONEY! ON WEARING APPARELKSHOES FOR YQURSIELF &FAMILV HENNESEY& WILSON NORTH LETHBRIOGt Persons EcpnomicaUy IncUned ^ j Will find much to-Intereat them:' in the hosts of genuine barijjtlnii; to bo found at our Midsummer'; Clearance Sale now in progrey*,-^ J ?8425075 00663724 02?5 ;