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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOYKMBKH 1-1, 1917 THE LETUBRITXiE OAlt.Y PACiENINB Some Exemptions Granted B .1. Kullowluj are I lie rejulls ol the 26 caies decided by llio local exemption tribunal on Tuesday; James K. Yora- (ou, exempted for reasons; K. tf. Qurr. exemption not grunted; O. Roberta, not granted; Harry C. Lynn, adjourned, till 15th lor medical ejomlnnUon; John Miclnnes, adjourn- ed till Robt. fl. Russell, ad- till lith; 'J. T. Hsdllueton, ad- journed till, Hth; George Jonei, Plush Coats IN GREAT DEMAND granljJ. medically unlit; Geo. 11 jnowdon, grauted, under claim No. 1; Steve Kosko. granted under clata Ko. Paul Lenz, not granted 'Archie C. Slewirt, granted under claim No. 1: John K. Kennedy, Jr., transferred to Clesa S, to appear again when Class S Is called; John Kane, transferred lo class 3; Frank Ruthle, granted condli- :oually; James B. Fiulay. dlsillowed default; B, adjourned till Nov. Jas- C. HyEsap, ad- Joamed till Klh; Alfred Hicks, ad- oumed till Nov. 15th; S. C. Dlvles. sllowej under No. I Edward W. dson, diaallowed default; Robert not granted; F. B. Sheldon. not granted: D. A. Currte, medically uollt S. Murray, trans- ferred to Class 2. The tribunal was busy all morning andl'oi larte 'number of cates. The case- of a young man, YVcselman of tierrnau parentage, was considered. !e U liTioE on a' rented farm and ba beuu Hurried Eliire July Elh. Ills claim iras disallowed, the tribunal bb as of the opinion that his father could carry on work tho son Is do Ing In adalllon lo his own. The niciilcal board will sit hero again on Thursday and Warn- ings havo been. 'Issued to. ill men of Class 1, and 4hla Includes' roen cf alien birth n-ho liave taken put their naturalization papers, thai If they bare failed lo register they should appear, beforo the board at this Ell- ting. Otherwise the police authori- ties will be compelled lo pick them up and punish theni under act.- The board held two ossloua in Medlcloo -Hit, about MIL A rmu i --PHONE t224'- We are selling liocr} SlylcE- flnd-better grades In Uian ever new- models" In beautifully fur trim- med garments Just to hand by express, representing Iho-'rery latest arid most approved lueas In these dressy garments. All made ol Salt's Esqufmalt plush beautifully lined throughout large collars nnd of'coon. Kolinsky and taupe'fhttici.-'v- and Buy a Victory Bond. Mr. and -Mrs. B. A. Sharman have left for a tiro mouths' atay at 'tho coast. Jlra. Leader cf, Seatlle, formerly o( Uthbrldje. Is Mr. and Mr.3. II. Fleehvood. The Daptls! Ladles' Aid will meet lo sen- at the home of Mrs. Blue, 1305 Cth Ave. S., Thursday atlernoon at 3 o'clock. The members of tho'O. I. A. arO: cd lo meet at tho homo of Mrs. Haul- mnn4 on Thursday afternoon for pack- ing (o to the boys at the front. Mr. W. II. Nicholson, the new man ager of. tho branch of tho Union bank, has arrived from Winul- pef vllh hla family and will reside at No, S Strathcona Court A mlEceJlancQUB in aid of tho United church bazair will be given at the United church parsonage. 1271 5lh. Ave. K., ou Friday alteraoi-u and evening. The Southern AJberta dlrtrlct con- vention of Use Women's Missionary so- ciety- will be held In LethbrlJso tomor- row afternoon aud e-VQuiiit' in Wesley Hall. Doth of these whtub. men each day examined vlth the result that about 25 per cent of them were placed In Class Halt the men aro falling.In Class "B." j CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND, (LETHBRIDGE BRANCH) Cash Statement For the Month of October, 1917 Amount received from sub- scribers during -month of October 84.SO SlenoErapher'B salary and of-. flee expenses Amount remitted to South Al- berla brunch of the Fund nt Caleary Amu'iiui lo dependents In district Muiuber'ol dependent families'' i 176 1 Ueglna.'Nov. SlacLean, H.L-.A., for Saskatoon, was this alter juoun elected house leader al the op- cominonce at and 8 o'clock, Uvely. are open to tho puVjllc. Mrs. Maxwell's section of the IlebB-ja banquet will be tenderc-J the Ine delegates, to .which all members of the two Aujlllarlos arc cordially la- vlted. Tho program Is as folloivs: Afternoon session: 2.M pjn., uevotion- al eierclsps, Mrs. J. olcc- lion of secretary-lreasurc'-; roll call mlnules of last convention; reports', from auxiliaries circles and bands; er, Lhe consecration of cur ability, .Mrs. Hrandow; hymn, Take my labs will meet al her home, 037 5th SL S.. tonight at 8 o'clock. All mem- bers are requested 16 brine In their finished work. Mrs. T. W. Foi will receive al her home, 1120 5th Ave. S.. MJay after- tioou. November 10th from 4 lo G, as- Blsled by ilra. W. A. Buchanan. Mra. S. J. Shepherd aud Mra. J. ilc- round table conference, led by ilrs, Lewis, "Whal the W-M.S. la doing lor Tho loaders of each section o[ tholllie Kingdom of Mrs. (llcv.) Itehekahs are asked to meat with tho Philips; "What the Clrclo luenua ti executive committee at the home of the Blrl aud to tho Auxiliary." Mis Mrs. llosewarn, 021 9lh SI., ou Thurs'- day evening at clfiht- o'clock to make Ilnll arrangements for the bazaar In the Oddfellows hall on Saturday, N'ov. The monthly meclliiE of the W.M.S, of Knox church held Tuesday or- cuing. In the school room. -Mrs. Dun- ham gare the scrlplura reading. A very Inleresilng address ;.on the topic ot tho cvoulng, "llonan and Chang Fc was ejveu by Mrs. Cuas. McKlUop. fr REO CROSS NOTES c- o o Jt Chapt D.E. kindly r to. the lied }2' .piira 'were re- Ruth "Band Worn." Mrs. Lov- erlng; "How'every member t-hould ton Dyer; '-Knou-- ledge Promotes -Mrt. W. K. King; solo! Mrs; J. Taylor; paper, "Systematic Giving, ilra. Fz-x- cell; talk on study Sirs. Kluu; question drawer, Mrs. Barner; bene- diction; banquevMO to S p.m. Kvcn- Ing, S p.m.: Chairman, flev. Crage; hymn, Jesus Shall1 Hefgn; cliairraau's address; Mission Bind; duett, .Misses Dan-son and Hen-' dne; report of hoard meeilrjg helil In Toronto, Mrs. {Rev.) Darner; Item, Lothbrldge Circle; solo, Mrs. C. Cameron; olferinE and doxology; Xa- ceived in Sepleihber- and 12 pairs. In October. These sdcfe nrc very much position In tho Saskatchewan legisla-, appreciated as they, are one ot Iho I lure. Isupplies which are In greatest demand. .LoyejyGeprgette .JUST, IN Special to Plain, embrolder6a and hand- flomely' beaded styles. Colors, Ivori. fleai, old rose, rrecar naYr, erey, -hello and black. Pull range of sizes up to Clarke Co. THE STORE v 612, 3rd AM. S. Druggists Arrange Eyen- ing Factory Act Owlnj to.thi condition by the new Provincial Factory and Storw DruggltU of the city found It U (mpoulble.: to keep their lion's open.after llx o'clock In the evening, and rfallz- llw iircoua Inirdrfilp'thirt would be Inflicted on the by.. .not being to get pr-Krlptlonc filled, nor In Uie'eve'nlna, DnijaltU have completed ir'ririaemenrj, by one tfrlll open'each Ing until 9 o'clock and a vchedule of.thli Jlvtn below..- It It explained by the Druggllts that the will. Hpllcfay't came hours' at In Jnd that on Saturday evening air the Drug stores will remain open unlit t that the attached cchedule appllei only from Monday: to Friday, Inclutlyr. It i> a'dvlMble that'ynu cut ttiii tcheifulc out tad place tt In (aotne convenient1 ipdt for'referenced J'f EVENING MONDAY............... THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. 6H Third Avonut South KENNY LTD.; Fifth Street South WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THE-FHANK HEDLEY DRU.G CO? h Sli-Mt South'. J- D. HIOINBOTHAM l.CO., LTD. h South 622 Third South JACKSON t CO. Victory THE INTEREST RETURN IS PROMPT It Will PAY for a Sensible Low- heeleJ Patent-leatlier EVENING SUPPERS A SHIPMENT OF WHICH WE HAVE JUST OPENED. THE GROWING GIRL WBi APPRECIATE BOTH OF THE AT CHRISTMAS. ONE IS SECURED AT THE BOARD OF BUILDING AND THE OTHER "SATISFACTION" Must be part of every purchase made in this store. We insist on it. We want no article to go out of this store lliat does not give complete satisfaction. Price, too, is very important to the economicaly inclined, but no mailer how little you pay for merchan- dise, no matter how much you think you are that purchase does not give you absolute price is too value poor.