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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta vpAGEElGlfT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 13, 1917 Tl Eleven Applications For Exemption are Refused ; It Is becoming pretty generally mi-.derstood about the city that exemp-.tlons from military service are not to be had for the mere asking. The re-corcl o� the tribunal sittings each day �go a long way to prove the tact. Yesterday theee were 22 claims for exemption cohslrtored. Of these 11 wore refused outright. Two were granted conditional exemptions. Two were 'transfeiTed to Class 2. Four exemptions were granted so long as the iip-.plieants remain in the positions they now occupy. One man was physically unfit, while two cases were only partly heard. The first appeal from the finding of the local tribunal was entered yesterday by a jobbing firm on behalf of one of its travellers In (his district. Tiie board held that the occupation was not necessary in this case. The company entered an appeal to a higher (.curt on behalf of the applicant. A young farmer, owner of land in the district east of the city, was granted exemption this morning. His exemption, however, is not absolute. So 'long as he owns ar.d c-.'.itivate? hl.s land he is entitled to exemption, but should he sell his exeijiptlon would cease. The C.P.R. is asking exemption for all men in the district in its employ but it must be shown that the occupations of the men are absolutely nece�-s:i ry. There is some criticism of the tribunal on the ground that its actions are secret. This is incorrect. The public is admitted. The Herald has been present al various sessions, but is not allowed to publish names of the applicants. There Is no secrecy about the work of the board. Corrects Wrong Impression There seems to be some misjjnder-standlng among persons of alien birth as to the necessity of registration under the Military Service Act. The district commanding Bfficer has advised that all persons of alien birth and citizens of Canada should register under the act and claim exemption if the nation of their birth is at war with Great Britain and her allies. All Austrians. Germans, Turks, etc.. who have been naturalized should register immediately and claim their exemptions under the act Inasmuch as some persons m FRUIT Keep* the World Refreshed and Healthy The Delightful Tonic Aperient =7- Better than any other cocoa on the market-and better because onlj^ the finest and most expensive products are used in the manufacture of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. FREE ATTENTION iORYl IINGSLIGSriNG 'SxlU' WE want you to get in thebabit of letting U8 inspect your battery (regardless of its make) regularly. This \n do free of charge, thus materially iacreas--' isg the life of your battery. Should repairs be necessary we will make them at moderate cost. The "�xibC" Starting and Lighting Battery gives you a'serriceonvriiichyou can always depend and at the very minimum of cost. Remember, it'a the battery chosen by the U. S. Navy (or Sobma-rlaes: Cue firing aod wtrelees service. That'4 b racommeadatlOB that'* hard to beat. Take adnuitagc el out dec mttIc*. HARRY PILLING 3?2 SIXTH STREET S. OPPOSITE HERALD PHONE 487 have been advi.sed differently it would he well for all such to heed this notice at once and report for registration. Total for Alberta Calgary. Xov. 13.-Registration figures under the Military Scyvico Act to date lie as toi;.-...i: Claims for exemption. 24.475; reports for service, :).14T. Reports are still being received daily though registration in officially closed. Objectors Refused Calgary, Nov. IS.-Two conscientious objectors were before tribunals here this morning claiming exemption. Both were refused. The boards arc working smoothly and' the Calgary members are snowing a disposition to be very stiff. IN HALIFAX Halifax. N. S.. N'ov. 13.-Sir Robert Boi'den, who opens his campaign here tomorrow, -waa today entertamed at luncheon by the Rotary club. Sir Robert this morning visited the ocean terminals here and received a delegation of munitions manufactur crs at his hotel. Tonight both Liberal and Conservative party organizationq will hole conventions to select candidates lb Halifax city anu count}'. Rumor today stated Hon. W. S Fielding, former finance minister, may be the" choice of the Liberals and Consei-vatives which would probablj obviate the necessity for an electior for one of the two local seats. It is also reported that Hon. A. K JNIacLean may h-3 the iinlbn candidate in Queens-Shelboume and that Premier Borden will run in King's county, his home county. WON'T GIVE UP LETTER Paris, Nov. 18.-The foreign affairs cooMnlttee of the sCiiate last night asked Foreign aiiniater Barthoa to communicate a letter from Former Premier Briand to M. Barthou concerning a peace offer and which later brought about the fail of M. Ribot. M. Barthou declined to submit the letter on the ground that he could not communicate the letter wr-hout accompanying with other papers which he had no right to divulge. The commit-ttee then decided to hear M. Briand and >I. Barthou on the subject before Thursday .when the intorjjSllation of Senatol- Pere on the reasons why M. Ribot resigned conies up for debate. LIBERAL-SOLDIER CANDIDATE. Constipation Relieved ]|>y Food MAN was provided with the weapon to fight constipa-tioa ri^t in* his food. The weapon is the natural waste in the cereals. Any doctor will tell you that the long muscular digestive tube is precisely designed to be in-cited to actios by means of waste,and sot byiiritatisgdrugs. Dr. Jackson's Roman Meal i ii an enthely drugless; full-nutrition food with the propel amount of natural waste. It positively relieves constipation .01 we return your money. Roman Meal is composed of entire berries of wheat and rye with wheat bran and flax . seed (rendered absolutely taste-  'leis and odorless by elec- ' Roman Meal is different from (Urdiiiaiy bran-foods. The irri-^tatinK effect of bran used alone, ' which inay cause intestinal catarriii is counteracted � in Roman,. Meilbythewiotb-iag effect of the Ofx, which also Itt-biieateB the digesv, live tract. Do not stir Rbmoa .Meal porridge except . while mixing meal and water, or you positively spotlit. Roman Mesl retains aU of th e natural food elements, and on of them are seeded. It is the opposite of ^ the highly milled cereal foods^ and flours which are robbed of their precious blood regulating salines, also indispensable food elements known as"r>tamines.'^ The United Sftates Govemr meat's Health Service will send you a most intereiting booklet written by three well-known scientists. Their experiments show the importance of full-nutrition foods. Just write a letter and ask for booklet entitled, "Bread as a Food." ruclosefive cents and address your letter: "Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office.Washington. When you have read this booklet you will reaUzehow )recious Roman iaeal, the whole grain, f uU-uutritiou food will be to you. At all groters. Quebec, Nov. 13.-ChaHes (Chubby) Power, son of W. M. Power, former M. P. for Quebec west, has been chosen Liberal candidate for the new division of Quebec south. "Chubby" is an invalided veteran of the great war with the Military Cross and comes out strong against conscription and for the Laurler programme. LICENSE FOR OLEOMARGARINE Calgary, Nov. 13.--That the medical faculty or thei province should take strong action with a view to preventing quacks from peddling nostrums and injurious patent medicines around Uie homes of the people was the sense of a rider which a coroner's jury last night added Yo Us verdict In the case of a woman who died here of pulmonary trouble. Evidence showed she was aavised to use a certain drug and the jury found that the result had tended to shorten her life. LIBERALISM LESS EVIL THANGOVT.-BOURASSA Montreal, Kov. 1;'..-Henri Bourassa wound up a series of articles in his paper Le Devoir, ou the Laurler manifesto, today oy stating: "Needless to say. we are no more united to the Liberal party than we �were to the Conservatives in 1011." Declaring that Nationalism is not a part.v, he say.s: "The immediate evil to combat ^is the policy of the ministry, the policy of disunlou and ot national treason and although the opposition Is far from satisfactory, it is less an evil than the ministry." He is not in favor of putting nationalist candidates in the field. He says: "To bring out nationalist candidates would be risking the success of the ministerial candidates while in sup porting the opposition we are working to defeat the government, which Is urgent. It Laurler tails it \vlll not be our fault." The Famous Canadian Salt THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED. Ottawa, Nor. IS.-^Announcement has been made tonight by the food controller that applications for licenses to manufacture oleomargarine in Canada or to Import It should be made to the office of the veterinary director general, department of agriculture, Ottawa. Further regulations in regard to the manufacture and importation are being prepared. Lntil luese are adopted it is --impossible to set a date when the licenses wlH be operative, _,but notices will be given in the new-spapers. BORDEN m OF NECESSITY OF LOAN Halifax, Nov. 13.-The victory loan represents the necessarily urgent efforts towards defeating Germany by those at home who are anxious to assist the men fighting in the trenches to carry on to completion thS nation's purpose. Sir Robert Borden reminded the members of the Rotary Club at a luncheon tendered him today. The premier alluded to the fact that in asking fof money, for the loan people were nofrequested to give-funds. They were, he said, asked to loan it, at the best security known in the world today. The DominI,qars security was acknowledged in the^iluropeon and American continent^ i^ir Robert sketched the financial op6ratiohs in the Dominion since the- war broke out. He referred to the enormous success of the past loans,' notwithstanding that a leading financier had told Sir Thomas White three years ago that It would be impossible to raise 115,000,000 if unguaranteed by the bankers. He hoped citizens of-Halifax would regard the big order laid upon tueui as a compliment. - Sir Robert explained the necessity l^or the loan to market Canada's productions as Great Britain had reached the end of her' financing ability here. There was the necessity for cooperation in this country as never before, he urged. In the trenches, the prime minister remarked, he knew, the soldiers were supremely confident of their ability : to defeat the Hun if sustained. It I would be an eternal humiliation if we neglected any effort to support them. In conclusion Sir Robert Borden paid a warm eulogy to the action of the Rotarlans in adopting and fostering the boys of soldiers at the front. ---1- I ELECTRICALLV CONTROLLED i B0AT8 QUEBEC ACCLAMATIONS Montreal, Nov. 13.-Two .new Liberal members of tae legislative assembly were elected by acclamation yesterday-Mr. W. R. Oliver, for County of Brbme and Mr. Daniel, notary for the county of Montcalm. The Con--servatives offered'no opposition in both cases and the acclamations do not aUect the representation in the. legislature. Mr. Oliver in Brome ^ucceeds Hon. W. F. �\''ilas, recently promoted to the executive council and Mr. Daniel succeeds the late Mr. J. A. Dupuis in Montcalm. ? > > ? ? : : ? : * : : ? ? ALL STIES CALLED OFFBY Honolutu,'Ijrdv. iJ.-^(Delayed).-National guard troops of Httwnii have taken charge of the body of former Queen LliiuOkalahi, because of 0 threatened will contest. She died on Sunday. Control of the body Svas do-mantfed by John F, Colburn, who declared the former monarch, in a will dated August 2D, 1917, appointed him ejcecutor of th^ estate, making mcny changes In the disposition ot the property, Colburn, former n^anager ot the Kalanianoie state, atitd the will had been secretly signed. Trustees of the late queen's estate'were inclined to question- the authenticity o fthe alleged win, pointing out thot LUiuokalani had been seriously ill at the time Colburn claims she signed the document. Attorneys for Colburn said the alleged now will would have an Important bearing on the suit of the Kalanianoie estate agairtst the LlliuokalanI trust deed, now pending,- Following a military confer6nce tonight It was decided that the funeral arrangements wojild bc turned over to Kalanianoie trustbes who decreed that the body should He in state tomorrow with formal- waillhg according to the ancient tjawaiian funeral customs. ^ IN WINNIPEG -Winnipeg, Nov; 13.-About 475 cases were heard today by the exemption tribunals and an eatlmatu gives 50 per cent of the claims rejected. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 13.-All strikes affecting government wor.':?�?* : : : ? -r. * : Victoria, Nov. 13.-"I have ; no intention whatever of run- SmcIiI V�ln I* W�m an witk Imr U� WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING APPAREL8.SHOES' FOR YOURSELF & FAMrLY HENNESEY& WILSON 1 NORTH LETMBRIDGF.. /---- . --N WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithjng, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK^SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 AT YOUR SERVICE THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP""' IS NOW OPEN And well equipped for service and conyenience, solicits yoiir patronage on the merits of its merchandise. THE STOCK INCLUDES OFFICE SUPPLIES BUSINESS, DOMESTIC AND SOCIETY STATIONERY. A THOUGHTFUL SELECTION OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS. BOOKS OF FACT AND'FICTION. EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES FOR GIFTS. / ' ; STANDARD AUTHORS. PRAYERS AND HYMNS. WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ^ ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. INSPECTION INVITED CW. Manson Phone 613 514 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH i A Mass Meeting Of the Sir Ale^nander Gait Chapter^ 1. 0. D. E. IS CALLED FOR Thursday, November 15 At 3.30 in the New Qiiarters in the Mason's Hall. Dominion Block. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT EVERY MEMBER BE PRESENT. URG^ PATRIOTIC BUSINESS Canada's Victory Bonds WHY should you subscribe for _ Canada's Victory Bonds.-* BECAUSE our National � safety is at stake, and Canada must have money to support our soldiers fighting in France. v_ This Bank will accept Victory Bonds to the amount of $1,000 from any one person for safekeeping for ope year without charge. * Loans will be made to wage earners on favo)arable term|for the purchase of Victory Bonds. How much will this enable ^ou to subscribe for? THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE M--l!.':ait:-;''i?r'?'''-^^'; 03 ;