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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUP; i.FTHHnmr.F. mn.T MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1917 EXEMPTION TRIBUNAL toleen Irom the derisions allowed; Roy K7 kave already been tiled. A mmiber i eC ttc'se COT" the cascs-ol fjruifrs who bten reused tlon. One man vhi" up Saturday and whose claim xris disallowed asS- ei Ihe board tor his uniform.' Us wanted (I immediately In order iha; couia go home and show the [oiks. Ifo was told ha WMU have lo wait unlll after Decen'bar lOlh. Following are the cases disposed of EJIurday: Cancellierl. TOQV. allowed. NC8. 1 and Z: Cook, P. S.. previously "IDf IN IflRaNTO Tomato. NOT. en- OF C. P.I WELL FOR LIN lo te put OB. one and one at 9.15 15 ncfoniiuoJala the' crowd, In all our iicopJo ore very well pleased the CbauUuouj Kesllval, It hoen a. success socially and [tmnclnl- ]y anj we iopo (p a rcliifu f Islt of the artists. The ladies ot the Red Cross hsvo realized ft soo4 sum from their served during Ctnutjuquj, lu til J91.0D was cleared. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison motored to lltl to BjieuJ Sunday. aro very sorry lo loaru Irom the I.ethbrUse llortld the tragic death ot Mrs. Dan McMillan and baby of Tib- er, TUey are both well and favorably known lu 'Jiid. around Grassy Lake and H-O Imru of their dealU with luucli rhgret. Mr. and Jlri. Wtailow, proprietors ol local Iheaire'lure put on tuelr lait Ehovr here aud are moving to I Letobrldje division of Hie C, T. R- done rcimrkaoly well fur tho Victory Loin according given out by local oldclab this morn- lug. To been fub- scllbed by (he employees of tho dls- trkl. This Joes not Include subscrip- tions made by "the employees and ofllclils o( the division through banks i or lie local Victory Loin coniailtu-es. j Ihe direct ellort of company can- under the direction ot Supt. A. CotterelL _________--------- c. A. LU Lie. locomotive foreman Tirnolhy illaalloweJ- Hicks I political uieellriB at Uibrldse.had his has tho honor of bplns high uuia Tho3 H" trawfcrrcd to class 5; train beld specially in order to snalia staong the canvassers. Bubscrlp- Hlcks James disallowed but citcus -hands irlih "Teddy." the lurnol] jn uiTiunoon toJsy he ion ll'mo to March 1st: Kennedy, era who him were Sir John Bold over .worth of bonds, Smrth partly heard- Wles. Edward. Hfnirle. Lieut.-Covcrnor ot untano, ,molt o[ being for amounts rans-i disallowed: McCillivnr; Andrew, al- Sir Heart, provincial prem- ing jrom 550.00 to 5300. He was high-, .Vo! 1; MdimeJ, James D.. Mayor Church, and partlT heard; Walsh, Xorraan. partly al heard- Dolesuk, Rose, dlsslloweJ hy 'district commanding tnis mllltar> nd other slat! otticers. default- Priest. Mori. IranEfcneJ to Cheering crowds UoeJ Ihe streets 2; King. James Alben, narily [all aloas tho. routo to government heart; Monroe. Claude, allowed under 'house, whither the parly proceeded In claim 1; MacMullin. Thos- T., tlloweJ! molorr, accompanied by under claim 1; Maclnncs. James, al- lowed under claim 1: Rich- ard N, allowed under claim 1; Soucey, Halalro, disallowed; Karrel, Clirence. Your1 Rheumatism The twists and acha ot rheuroatic Uiftereis usually yield to the rich oal-lood treatrnent in WTO _____r__ _ an .escort iroin uierHoyal'FlyInj Corps oa'molor cycles. 'A luncheon was held at Ihe York club. The colonel addressed a meeting at Hamilton enroiite hero Ihls morning. At-Hamilton Hamilton. OnL. Xor, Theodore Rooseirelt, ei-prealdenl of the United Stales; WES given an en- tiusljsllc welcome whenihc arrived here th'ls morning to speak In the In- terest ot Ihe Victory loan. A guard of honor of Nelson's battalion greeted the jreal American as he step-. ly complimented oy tho superintend- ent on his good wort There aro still inanr employees of.the division lo bo canvassed and II Is lha hope of the men in charge of the work to put tha Lttlibrldge division In, tho lead ol all western divisions of the road. ped from Die Ira'n escorted him to the Counanght Hotel. Just as the Rooscrelt cai1 came into the stat- ion, whistles'shrieked, bells rang and cannon roared, .The colonel was giv- en a peal orailoa and wilhlm live I minutes of the Mine he finished speak. When Cr'eiylhirig else Desjaes 1ne twenty prominent men jumped lo kelning lo puriiy and enrich ihe Ihe.teet and subscrlbtd 55.000 each to Wood Scott's strengthens the funo- j tiortt lo throw 08 inpirious adds ind is' especially during changing Maseru, Many doctors themselves take Stvtt'i. You Try It. 1M4 tie loan.' Ottawa, XOT. Bo.-d- en's recognitions for Alberta aro as flattie Bjver. Blair. Bow HiTer, H. H. Halladay. Calgary East, Major-Redman. Calgary Weil. T. M. Tweedle- Edmonlon East; H. A. Mackie. Edmonton West, Brle.-Gen. Vr- A. Grclshach. Lelhbridge, W. A- Buchanan. M- Shaw. Mcfllclne Hat, Hoi A- L. Elffon. Red Deer, Hon. Michael Clark. Slrathcona, J. M. Douglas. Victoria, J. B. Hulilen.. WOMEN VOTERS ARE REQUESTED TO Register AT THE COMMITTEE, ROOM OF The Letlibridge Women's Union GoTetnment London, Starr :OT.: Sir Leander ladled today In London. Jameson wu the liad- er of the on Iho.Trans- In Shortly before the Boer war. battle of'Krug- ersdqrp'and'surrendered to the Boers- He suid hli ofliurs were lakenrlo Pe- to .be shot, but over to the He'Tfent to England and was the Illegal mohlhi "iras'St yeari of, age- He went Alrici In 1878 and In. the .pracliM'of medlclie, became engaged i lu_ the eiploltatlan of lie.Waatrr. his Jreleaie from )ie. returned Id" South Africa and premier; iii Cape Colony from j He .was made a prip 'couiclUor 1M7-and 'knighted in AttkeS.O.Ltbn TENTH ITREET SOUTH AT ONCE I A WOMAN HAS A VOTE WHO IS 1 Th4 Wife ef wldler who ttrrnS or. -ii. (trying with Britith 'forcei M of Cwi- mdt In Ui prtHnt wir. t. Tht widow, mother, daught-. er or ilittr ol Midler who hu earved With Ihe Brltlih forct. tCiiiadlan or Impsrlil) out "of. Ctnada.in the preiint wir and 9he hit died. The wire (or wldowj, moth daughter of i ullor lervlng tt-e .Canadian or Imperial .Naval forces In or out or Canada 'W the prtisnt wtr, who enlltted fcrfort the 20th Scplernber, 1917. THE COMMITTEE ROOM IS 6PEN DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL 10 PM DO rr DELAY MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE TELEPHONE.No. M2 WltMDRAyVS FROM RACE a BIs- hag withdrawn the federal -con-! Brasdcn and handed in hit to JUtornlni; Officer Gundy thls-ifternobnrv-.There .remain--tco the' Held, Dr. H. P. Whld- draf UolbnUi att 3. Pallergcn, Five auto ol 1-elhbrIdBe people motored to Wrentbam on Thursday lo partake ot Ihe sapper and parllcl pale in the concert al Owens' school by the-ladles ot Wrenlham In aid of the Red Cross-. The. supper which was furnished by the ladies of Wrenlham waa yery fine, such gooj things to eat and' so niuch pi It that" all TOled that part'if tha programme, a Splendid Lellhridge talent furnished -the entertainment, at the. concert-and was.much enjoyed, by The school room'Trj'yerj- Uve 'With patriotic "decoratlpna. Con-! splcuoua among Ihese-belnE a. line ol red crosses drawn on i-hlte back- ground Lhe.TralUt.Don< by the teacher and puplli- T 11 i3 not Known dellnltely what the .proceeds, for the Ited-Cross were, but MVwai that 'night. Tie ladles of.'Wrentham are lo-be congratulated tun .ILe. success, ot their efforts for a done much.io h'rlng that district to closer louch wllh'ths Red Cross; id It Is hoped they ;wlll cjjn- nue their Inlerest, which Is sure prolncllTo ot splendid re Its Thanks for their kln-l a-ialslance .eitcnded to'Mr.'ani Mra. Lay ton, Ceo. Fleming, Mlsa SImm, Mra. -J. nitchle and Mr. Mbrrbw! NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL ELECTIONS, 1917 PuhlieTN'illcV. (i hereby -given that 'electors pi the City LethorldgV Till he held In the City lirafl'Olflc'e .'.Oa Monday, December 3rd, from 11 a.m. till of receiving petltiou'of-nomlnallODs of candidates of Mayor of Ihe City of. .for; a term of. three School Diilrlcl No. il two -Tacancles for the term of two yeari and (or Separate School Dla rlct.Nb. 0. Iwo.Ticioclej for the lerm Qlvsi nhder my, hind at hli 24ti day ot November 1917.' .'VDONALD A. Ad X. Returning Officer YOUCANDOBETTER- DRY COOnS. MENSWEAH.1 BODTb .V NO.HTH LETHBRtOGE: CAWSTq.THE DOORlM- YM frmmktr Robert Elsmerc, Ky Hnrapiirej JL rttl Stery Juit Publlrte'd, Entitled It m BALE'BV rcti, Price He Twentieth Store C.W HANSON "EVERYBODY'tMOK OF MM Winnipeg, Xov. The news that he Fort Garry. Horse had played such brilliant part in the great British ol enaive OD IhTifest-rroul laSt :irceV as tbe subject of elation In.thJs oday. A well known Winnipeg qliic Lieut. .Col. R- W. Ii" rnand and In Ihe ranks. are man: bers bt Winnipeg's enl famlllei. ii.-' H4 AVENlJit PHONE (From Our Own Grassy Lake, nals eck Is showing a. photosrspH :bl hl. on, Plo. George lUlsbeck of Ihe' 1131 rUHles, which was .laion at Shorn jilfe.' George naa' Ihe kilts. on i, looking well and tappy.' lira. Myrlle ani chllilrdn wer slllDg In Bow relnrBlns horn Saturday-' _' Miss Jlyrllb Bryant fonnerly c ratsy Lake, now of Salt Lake Clt Utah, fa tlsillng her; Sisters, Mr Mai? Laymen of ind Mi1 Sam Flclcher ot nurdelt. We regrel to aunbunts- Ihe at Medicine Hat' general' hojfillal.-o Mrs. Lens DrlnsOn, wife of A, V. Brl son, mnnager' ol E) ralor Weilneiday mornlni'. Ncfr. 'S Mrs. Lrlnson was only 111 E few .wee and her doit'j cara? 'as 'Blidck to Ih community. leavcji t6.mourfl h lost the husband anil flv'c ahull ch nrcn. here. There are other -relatlTM at Three Illlk, Alberta', i Mttn'- the body was tafcon Frldiy We sympathize wilh-' Mr, SrliiBbn n iiis iitHe at IbU, tjo UBO of Ihelr Bid tho Jfonday'Vllenip'St VMslrni pi Ihe Chautauqua was Very SnlerMlIng lecture ori New mcnt, Us aiiH Hi .bf Mrs, nioomfleln. Ing session was in Qluiif'Mi.ltclarc on customs In. urrjullua Ccasjr Kayphe with inorf Bketcnes on Mi o-xr. anil toralng lo Tuetday altcraoon' prelude by Ih9 Ilawa iftrt by a Icclu'ro, men day opening 'IS4 dfcnelfrt (all T.'o Overcoats and Suits at Less than Pre-War Prices Y. THIS IS THE ASTOUNDING OFFER THAT THAELL The Tailor IS MAKING TO THE PUBLIC DURING HIS BIG CLEARANCE SALE the opportunity on Saturday and the store was .crowded all day with keen scented bargain hunters. Get in on this good thing. The price will convince you, The quality is the same as besti' BOYS'SUITS In all sizes and styles from .THE BOYS OVERCOAtS Up'io-dale styles in lieie. All lo chooso Irom. No profit for ThaeiL AT COST -r FREE! During tills Sale a pair ot pants FREE With any measure sull. made MEN'S .SUITS All co.o-vTwee.Jg, -Wofsletls, Serges. Valuqa up lo f40, FUR COATS Only a few of these' led now. Winter Is coming on. Thaell lorego any. proQt._, and Friiiik aldington -.-a '.'O V" lil u-..: x.. .--'V' To iVtake Your Rfoney Fight -291-3 SEE THAT VICTORY BONDS' ARE IN EVERY -YOU. BOUGHT City Second Hand Store 291-10 The 20th Century Book Store 291-.! IF YOU CAN'T GO COME ACHOSSr-BUY VIC-- TOBY BONBS.V Dr. M. HE ALSO FIGHTS WHO HELPS A FIGHTER VIC- TORY .'H. Met Yonig STAND BEHIND THE MEN BE- HIND THE VICTORY ,B0.N.DV Bijou iMotftr Parian TURN YOUR DOLLARS .INTO VIOTPHV BONDS. I W.H. Millar1 201 .The.Safest the Win, VICTORY -BONDS PAVE THE. H. M. Knapp THE WIDOW'S M1TK BEHIND THE1 SOLDIER'S BUV BONDS. Save and :yictoryjBonds. SUndard Bank of Canada 2D1-6 BUY YOUR.SHARE IN VICTORY VICTORY BONOS. Walker Holberton OVER THE TOP -..WITH YOUR VICTORY Union Government Meetings Every .the 291-10 Our Soldiers.fight for you Bonds fight 'for 231-3 to Help your country help .you. Buy Victory .Bonds. Graham Motor Co. NO HOME SAFE WITHOUT VICTORY BONDS. HAVE YOU BbUOHT V'oUns. Gntta Percha and Rubber 2S1-6 D. S. WiDianuon Co. 191-6 VICTORY BONDS-SAVE SOLD. IERS. HAVE 'YOU MVED YOUR SOLDIERT Ekctrk Co, Ml- GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A! .SHARE.IN'THEIB VICTORY Loo Sara save sonietnini-r-Buy'Vic- tory Bonds.'. Prairit City 03 SILVER A8 3ENTIAL A3 HIOH EXPLOSIVC Canada Needs YOUR Victory Bonds i: Palace A. Buchanan The Union Government candidate, and others, will address the follow- ing meetings In the Lell1.-' bridge Federal Constit- uency: ALLERSTON Tuesday Afternoon, Nov. 27 MAS1NASIN Tuesday Evening, Nov. 27 GODDARD Wednesday Afternoon, Kov. 2fl. LUCKY STklKE Wednesday Evening, Nev. 28 FOkEMOST, Thunday Evening, NEIGHBOR VIEW Friday Afternoon, Nov. 30 BOW ISLAND Friday Evening, Nov. 30 COALDALE Saturday Evening, 1. BARNWELL Monday Afternoon, 3 .Evening, Dti. 3 PURPLE, SPRINGS Tuetdiy Afternoon, Dec. 4 BURDE1T' Tiitiday Dec. A SPRING COULEE Wednesday Evening, bee. 5 LEAvrrr Thursday EventnB, Friday Afterhoen, Dec. 7 Friday Dec. 7 CARDSTON Monday Evening.'Deo. 10 (WITH HON! A. U 41FTON) COMMERCE -Tuesday Afternoon, IROS SPRINGS 11 Wedneiday, (WITH HON. A. i i ai Al these meetings Mr. Buchanan will be assisted by one or mort of the t6i- lowing gentlemen: W. 4 BALL 8. J. SHEPHERD 6N. O.'VV. LEECH P. CONVBEARI, K.C. SENATOR DEVEBER' -'.L.. H.'JELLIFF W. A. H, E. C. MACKENZIE J. B.-WlLKIE R. X t DUNLOP HIOINBOTMAM DR. GALBHAITH. Canada s Foods CalU For to Help Th_e Government's Earn- est, Appeil Is .lor Wide Dist ribu I ioq of Victory Bonds. EVERY CITIZEN IN iOUTH- ERN ALBERTA THE IMPORTANCE TM Qovemmerrl Ihlt rrrttv K U buy FMd, CWnInf M4 ;