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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1917 THE DAM.Y IIEIUIJ) PAGE SEVEN (SftrUl to IhB Herelft) NOT. ibo close or bullring hour) yesterday, (lie Victory loan caoTuserB reported total ol Thus It tas transpired Ihallu Ihe first TRY A HERALD WANT (wo weexa ol the canvass Ibc amount I subscribed In lha district more than doubled Ihe Bum tel' bx some, ot the most hopeful friends ol Loan hero and Mayor Uphill, who has Jastn the most active part In Uie campaign, It hopeful that tho mari mar bo reached, durlDg the last of the canvass. The Ferula district hail been allotted ae Iti share or tha, UK loan, and It la the tlrsl ID the Dominion to te able la report having passed her limit Aud she la not through yeL UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Stock Implements Friday, November 3Oth WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. AT H. R. JOHNSTON'S FARM, al CRADDOCK SIDING LETHBRIDGE TRAIN ARRIVES IN CRADDOCK AT 1M7 AND SALE STARTS POSITIVELY AT'10.30. CATT.LE: 35 head ot 3 year old cows; 20 hwd ol oomlnt 1 year old htlleri; G head ot coming 2 j-ear old ateora; 21 head of wtfners; 6 head ol good .cows and heifers; 1 registered Sfcortiora cow; 45 head of good cattle, hot described. i 100 HEAD GOOD YOUNG MARES AND 1 team grey mures. S yeirc old, Height. 270IJ; I team bay, mares, 7-years old, woljul 2SD9; 1 Mzck gelding, 9 jesra old, welghtH60; 1 roan gelding. 9 yeara old, weight H50; 1 comlni 2 year old tiUy; 1 pair brown geldings, "Eed 3 and 0 yean, weight 2900; I roan goldlne, 7 years old, ovolEhl 1500; 1 bay mare, 7 yeara old. weight U50; 1 Uioroujjubrcd running miro, "Augusta 1 standard bred trolter "Don Kovr1'; 1 registered Kenlucfcy liddle horae- Registration pr.pers will bo furnished al sale. Balance of jjorao Block loo nmner. to describe but are all youni and heavy and gdVllnct aad broko to harness. About 30 head of good Ehoals, 90 Ibs. each. MACHINERY: 3 good McCorffllck hlndara In first class condl- 1 tlon; 3 farm wagons, nearly new; IP. 0. gang plow, nearly new; 1 good movrer and rake; 3 good Cockshu.lt drills. TERMS CASH. EVERYBODY COME AMD BE HAPPY. BIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON. H. R. JOHNSTON SAM NOBLE, NICHOLSON t LeVALLEV, Auctioneer! lodging of such Appeal] lij- uuy upon us by thi> conquering pow1 ions wb.0 Just ground of cum-'cr? then would be cur [uluru? J plalnl {o that there may tie unlfor- Let us enumerate scmo of the things mlty of decision In the application of: ire would have lo face. UNRESERVED SAl: AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEEB MRN On AT ONE. O'CLOCK 44 HEAD OF MARES AND All bt-bkeiL: 1 8 years old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 nltrt 7 yefc old, loOO Ibs. 1 iJOO Ibi.; 1 5 and -p years -'old. 3000 Ibs.J'l teifn runrei, C and old, '28.00 and S yeirs'qld; Ibi.; 1 'mitehed Jnifcs, 7 yeara 2700 leaui-of celdlnce, 6 rcirs old, 2366 1 team of celdlnsa. yeafi old, 26M Ibs.'; lr team 'of hurfB.'S and'7 years old; 2200 1 6 1 7 years old, .1100 i -1 team" of geldlcjs, D-'years Z100 Ibs.; 1 grade Belgian hone jMlt; rising 2 10 head ot colls, niares and Eeldtnga, i aid 4 yuii old...: 53 HEAD OF CATTLE: dairy coin, mliklnj now; 7-hieh. grade Jersey heifers, '3-'years., old, due to b'c.fresh.-'froni February1 to the beet milking strain; S Jersey heifers, rising1 2 years old; 2 Jersey heifer calves; 10 heifer calvei, dairy siralii; hull calres. S lumber Wacom, nearly new; 6 Hta ot double Mean ImrniMs; 2 sets ot doubor driving 3 seU "of single 1_ double team nearly -i 15roroe ihact, iieW; 2 double teari.naclis In eooJ repair; 2 delivery >dgona; 1 single buggy, neatly new; 1 horse; clipping douijla action Jack; 1 fdlson gramophone 2ndrS5 1 .large biles, to, carry about 20 people, would-inikt a itood sncep camp'outflt, tost when' new (SCO. i. .Everything 'be told as thv'proprleUr Mld'.'tjji'Mni TERMS CASH J. A. SMITrlivAuctloheer WJRE BRED BELGIAN PPRCHERON CCMING to Ollawa, Nov. 2G. Tho Prime MIn- Isler, having received communications from many parts of the country re- specting difficulties which have arlseu by reason ol Inconsistent decisions ol Local Tribunals In dealing with ex- emptions, considers H advisable that the followlug statement should be made public: Hi The Military Service Act it be- ing administered under tho direction ot the Military Service which both political parlies of (his Council are to advise and assist tha Minister of Justice la carrying tho act Into effect. (t) The Tribunals appointed lo deal wllh Iho applications for exemption WB70 not selected by the Government. One member of each Tribunal was appointed by a Judge of the County or District Court, and the other was appointed by a Board of Selection, one half of whom were nominated by the Prime HInbler, and the other half by the Leader of the Opposition. (3) The Military Service Council, after a vast amount of labor lu deal lug with ncceesary details, prepared a proclamation, which was Issued on the 13th of October, calling out for service Class 1, which comprises Brit Ish subjects between (he ages twenty and thirty-four, both Indus Ive, U unmarried or widowers with "ont chlldrcn. To facl'JIUIe Iho administration t Ibe act II was provided llial claims or exemption might Ihrougl be medium of ibp postoff.'ce, and orma for that purpose were procur ble at every poatotfice In- Canada Tha.Tribunals were directed to com monco their duties on the 8lh of No- ember. That day! and the two fol owing days were set apart lo rtcejvo laJma for exemption which had: n Kon made through (6) Therefore the Tribunals dam the Usk of considering claims or'exemption, and In the discharge a their duties the'difficulties jind lu coaslstenclej lereluafler jaentk ive If en. ftofne Not Fully Appreciative Tribunals are "about j number. II Is inevitable thai amongst many 'nien Ejected foi he dlscK'arge of judicial duller there honld be some wvlio would not fully appreciate, the. Im losed 'upon-, them by. their position .nd who znifcTbt nnlntentloniUy dlnre gard, to a greater or lesa degree, Ihe manifest Intention ot the Military Service' and oi lho..-lnslrucllon hereunder issued to, then! by th illlllary Serrlce Council. The purpose of the Milltir. Sorvlci Ast.Is to provide the noedei reinforcements by means of n selec ;tve the Intention jfl Parliament ihat lerve.lhelr; country. BJH e'ffecllveiy.'by cpntlnuin'E es'sentli work '-in .which they were encage' jnould: continue sboiilt ie exempt from mllllary service. Thj ntenlloii: was sldErallon for ibe individual as suet bill In furtherance'of" the parim'oun national Interest.---- The InfltrUclloba' sued to the Tribunals emphasised thi mnorlance'.Of; production, and dally tlio .production of food and mu niUons. 'Exemptions Wrongly Refuted (B .From, reports received .byith Prime Mlnlrter It would appear tha in tome instances Tribunals re- 'uted exemption, where the! circum- stance! required it should, be as, tor example) In cues where exemption has, been refutc'd to men long engaged In cultural', production, without labor Buch production could not continued. 'v-> Simple Remedy by (a) in these cases the remedy.Iq by nppeal, the'procedure for which' If of cliarflcter. AT letlef to Iho. ,lhe Province Is sufficient, and the appellant need not engage-the service of a lawyer.' The Registrar may bo addressed as. fol- owa: T--_-'_ In. Ontario, "The tinder Ihe Military Sprvlco Acl, In 'Quebec, "Tho Rcgialrar, up'der ihc -Military Service Act, or the casa may so on tor the.various Provinces'.- .Tho person applying for. exemption need not attend before Jne Court .of the act throughout Canada. Importance of Categories Tho attention of those who re Included within Clnss 1 U lo the importauce ol the categorv which they have been classed poa tuelr medical U s only men who have been Included within category "A" who ran be called ut for active service In the trenches. The need at present for Infantry o' serve at the front. Asvo have to prepare tor that greater tmd Ilia! struggle ivblcli would be sure (a take place as soon as Germany had marshalled her resour- csa eud tlcclded to rcvougo her so 11 Qsl the democratic couulrles of America. Fourth, we have to do all of these our trade by a LostiJe country. Appcala (OT greater food fcr our armies are usually directed to Hit farmers. The duty resta as heavily upon tha residents tho city. Tho eiporta of a couatry are not measured ly the amounts produced, but by (he amouiitg that are noil consumol It the country will produce and the tlty re Train from consuming, Lbero Is DO danger of our ajinlcs being underlcd. PROFESSIONAL CARDS In order Lo keep in army up to sUm dartl In flglillng efficiency, tho men must have CieaL. A variety ig o[ course necessary, but there Is no OQC kind (hat lends to war conditions as does bacon. Unlike other classes ol curing Improves rather than impairs Its palatabHlty. Being cured, It. will keftp for nn SodelioHe UTDO If protected against itnolsluro end files. Men engaged In hard labor or ei- poscd to the weather' requtro fat. and the bacon Is more palalablo thin IB that ot either beet or mutton; besides, a soldier cari carry more nour- ishment In bis knapsack In thQ form of Ltan of any qLlicr kind of Hence Iho over fiicreaslng dft- raaad bacon Tor war But the world's supply Is diminish- ing, Denmark; once a heavy producer, (3 exporting little (o Great The same Js tfue ot Holland. "The output ot Ireland Is growing less. Therefore .Canada ttid the UntleJ SUlet mujt assume the hurdca ol supply' UK the allied armies with this most, necessary- claea of food. TKO quest iona fll once occur tho pnej !.can they do It; the other, will thcVtry? Kalufallf (he man who has a son or brother at the front can lie relied up dn.tp do his utmost to this He he enjoys values the es- teem of 'his neighbors, will not waul said qt.'.hlm that .while he about prices a eoldler fell .had not been sufficiently ncllL Mlh nor '-kfn In Ure trontihes, aucl Tr r naught, for the good or 111 'wi ot.his should aeriously con- tenipUie how fulUe would today's proflli to him ID "the efent gf an adrefae conclusion, to the .We- who en Joyert the adran- free icceas'.lo Britain's enor- mous coniumirg olirkel have accept- ed It'll do (he air we breath o and the VVter" TTB drink. >But what il Ihe capacltr'of this niarKeL'-werc reduced, or If adverse trade relation a vrero im Appeal. writing A statement- ol his owe In sufllclenL possible or convenient. (b) It nppears. lhal in many cases persons having legitimate cjnlm-'.to exemption bayo nnl appealed when exemption 14 The .appeal Rliould be. made within Ihffe days, bul Ihc llmB_' for inndcd on application ID Ihe Appeal Tribunal .or upon application toMhe Mlnlsler of Justice. There ihpald, however, bo horuntiecessat7 dtliyjln taking out 'the appeal In' my -case vrncre U has not already been -'done. (S) In c'lses where exemption his been Eranted without snftlolonl grounds or in nn IndlBcrlrnliiaate IKID- nor, tho'reprcscnUtlves appointed. by the Minister ot MIlUli'wIll see Ibst all necessary app'tnla nro. lodged '.to prevent Iho Inton'flon of Iha act from being defeated by Ihe default df.inT .Tribunal or Tribunals. In cases It appeari that (hose offlors havo not breii.BimlClentl; dlllgchl Is asserting appeals for this purfree. The '.'Atlnltter.- of Mliltllt U slops 'to enforce Iho lodging M; iip- poaiMn such ci9e3'. To Sicur posslblo prqtccllon to Ihe national Irt- tcfosls. an npppaV li provided (i Jlho tVnlrs! Trlb'.tnil il of Mr. Justice n5 Cetil'ral Judge, who powor to nppnlntment of oilier ol Superior Court' to'.nsslst 0< his duilos In the yals of (he Dominion. It Is frf- ot Iho Kbrernmcni to III own trthtlf to 1 WMADt mm -fp Nothing ISke it for Rundown and People Voii Ormy, s-jftcrtd From a gcnerdl run-down uueoU, loss of appetite uid coiign, so I tot ray'work.. I tried different medicines help, and throush my dniggiic learned ol Vinol. it; my appctitc'increued, my dtuppnred, I [tilled in weight and I am ROW well.ind Etronf, so I conscientiously endone SiUda, R N, Vim Orrpy, Tei. gnarantee Vinol tb build up lofts'or 'return We the risk. HIGINBOTHAM A COd LTD, Drugglstar Lnhbrldge. the bert druggliti PIANOS STEIN WAY, NOrtDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAIHE3 BROS. pianos are found In the moit exclusive They are made of ths finest and bcrt malerlalc procurable and by the most work- Styles and prices to suit everyone. Came In and tee them. fissiniliDia tfusic Co., LW. ''Everything Musical" 316 Sth Street 6. Phanc 1515 Remember the AddreEB. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-123 New P. Hums BulldlDg, Corner Eli Ave. mil 2ni SL Caljarr. Orrlce 'Residence 1'hone 112077 Interne.'arid'Hoaso Surgeon, Unphatlan" Eye, Gar. Koac antl Throat Hospital, Ken YorkCllj-, 1311-1914.' Specialist to Calgary School 'Board VIAV1______________ 1-A TtOME REMEDY FOU' uonicn's diseases or-d neryous dis- orders. Successlul (or yeirs. eralurc ua ctiiucst. Mre. O. Ttomns. roo.-n .No. a, Donilnloa Ltlh- liridKt'. libouo 153S. 171-0 GUN8MITHS OUN8M1TIIS i tarrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun done by a gunauiUh, keys luaile, lotl-s repaired, LIcycles, tyue-.vrllir5, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lava motors K. MacdccaU, ludlan Motorcycle Agent, Puona 1032. 112 lib Are. S. PIANO TUNING If. CIUPP3. EXrBHT Playrr-riauo and Organ Repairer; years' factory tiperlenca. Hon- ours Certificate ll.T. Assn.. Loudon, Ecglan'i. KcKreuces to the niusttians of Iho eltr. Phono lid liaS Cth Avo. A. Sy3Ulh. __ _____VULCANIZING ___ TH'H IiETHESlDCE VUKCAN1ZIKO Works undertake all tire repairing. All work Freight paid one way on out of toiva orderB. B Chaplin Son, 713 3rd Ate. S., 3 doors tail ot floya! Bant 13S-0 MEOICAL ftr Surffon, Accuuchcr: Hours "-S p.m. Office SH Tblrii Atenue, Pbont) 1253. X'lKhl and houso phono DUS.'UOS'NOJOlcNAJ-LV son-OUIco. 109 Sherlock Block. Telephonic: Olllce 319; Residence 01J. Office hours: 11 to 13 a.rn-i 1.30 !o 3.30; T lo 8 p.m. Royal' Dank B'jllJlng. Office hours: 1 lo 3 nftcr- nunns; 7 to 8 evenlDES. Fhcao 505. niaiilcucc phonea; Dr. Campbell Ur. Hoy COS; Dr. Craes 1203- Dlt Eye, Nose snj Throat; 115 Sherloctr Dldg. OKIca hours crcnlnga oy ap- rolniiuent. 1'honcs: Office 311; BeJ' Idcncc 593. OllT Pi "WT TULLE R, P1LYS1CUN and Surgeon. Office Slieppard Block opposite SlarlsnJ Tbaatro, rooms C lo 4. Oftlco hours: 11 to It a.m.; 1.30 lo 3.30 p.m. and 7 to S.30. pjii. Phones: Ofllco 780; Rusidence 420, Sth SL S., Phone H94. DENTAL BUILDERS' SUPPLIES_____ DUILDI.VO StJPPLl BXT. liine, plaster, roofing, plato and Elaea, auloinoljilG wind- u'1- Ehlclds. Tho Weilcrn Supply Equipment Co., Ltd., i'ourlh Slreet Soulli. Phono 1011, Uoi S9B. 10S-0 DP_ M. J. ORAD- uale of noyal College ot Dental Sur- Efius Toronto and holder of a Dom- lubu Deulal Cerllllcatc. Office: rooms 5-0 Uryau Block. Flionn 1011. LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA 'LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 i'lllh St. S. Tne only while coofcd tti town. Also tobacconist and barber shop. AdiHson and Props. Telephone 1S27. 1690 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for nhoe repairs. done jromplly- Orders called lor and de- li'vercd. Frank Miles, 611 Ave. South. Boulton's Taxi CLOSED AND specialty of g people to ihc nJght CEt'.tfi call for you. -_ J____PRIVATE HOSPITALS VAN llaarlem'3 Hospital and Maternity Home. 1221 1th Avenue South. Phono 740.' UNDERTAKING S. FETTEiifY, LaiDINO aj director and licensed embalmer, motor-or Horse driven heuraes. Par- lors, opposite' Court House. Office phom 66J, residence nhoBo', 1176. Open day nnd nlshL-' __ MacKAY t Directors and office' and residence, S03 3rd Arenue S. Fhone 1S02. Always, closed. The Hudson all Simplicity fn.i tnonumeni appeals to ft Heat :m4jorlly of people. Oar designs conUilns1 many .examples at rnemorlalt .of thU chiniclsr. We BrUllibc. pleasetl ron tiAll and wlctl from --.oriT.'dwlfns- .fWr rtast- Ifrork fs i IhnLwe will eiecuto Uthbridte SERVICE Day 668 1050 CITV3 AND. COUNTRY TRIPS STANDS' THE ARCADE I Night Service- WMie Lunch I Day. NlgM Service. 'it WMie Lunch l Day Phone 1448, Nla'ht Phone 787 BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Clote'd Heiltd (Jar lit City ,_ini '-._'. PlfLLEY'3 UYERY AEtllN-DKOTlST. (SIJC- lo Drs. Courtlce Graduate ot University of nooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phong 1165, Lethbr'dRe, Alia. uns. AMS AND Isle. Succetsori to Drs. Rtewatt ana McClurc. Hours 0 to 5. Office: Hlj- niocfc Pioae 374.' DU. to. o. lucmher o( Royal College ol Sur. eeona. (Eng.) Llcenilato.Royal Col- leee of Phrslelans (London) 18CO. Hours 9-12i 1-5. Office 6-8 tUg- inbothain Block. Phnno 1616. Ult. T. DENTlBTi GRADU- alo North Western Cental Uniren-' Ity. ChlcaBO. Office phona 785; ret- iilcnco phone 152. OfflcM: Union Bank Italldtng 15gm O. II. Graduate ChlcaBb Colleee of Dan- lol SUrgerr. Offices, Shepherd Block, opposite Btarlaod ThMlra. Phone 7SO. KeslSence phono 3BT: CHIROPaACfORS SjMlTH SMltH and June.B. Smlli.-rlf yoii are tick and want to regain ttb .Epical ndjuslmenla and Office In residence, S03 7th Are. S., Model Baiterj, noun J.30 to.5, 7 16 9. Phone. 1C77. MUSIC iIISS G1ADYG ses at.ti'c Y. M.C.J'A: Vopm; anfl_fancy dren and adults..- Halt'.ternr. com- mences, liis week.' Phone.'1C95. SECOND HAND HE NEW ST. LOUIES 2NB HAND Store. 13uy and seirclothing.' Tako your clolnea thcro' loii ca'a jet the best prices. 110' 4tti- SU S.; Letb- ihrldge. Phona 1278.'. t1S-V18 ORTII WARD SECOND :HA.KD 516 'Jf. i furni- ture bought and sold.- neat; ly executed, A. Itpgers, propVTcle; phone 1165.' FARM JliSS Ali.BBN .Playing and.theorr; sUEcrrliloh of j. C. C. One1 tmndred'.'ier 7 jccnL.ot 'pupilg, entered. for -Stud'o. 3lh Street' South.- of'iPlano, apd ,TiiMfr.' Over leii yeara1 teachSilE eipcrleocs. V BUdio iuliy.'equ'lpped.; wlli; -biiei.j aca.ie Jadcjek board, ele. 'Stadio 12K BOi Souli. r iA.t JIAUNG AT irrholesaib cost! -TJjIs'may 'you lo sell In al- to sell to us and 'cp 'prices. TWELFTH SEASON OF THE LITH- bridge ;pnens .THiifsday, August 30tb. PUno Theory, Orchestra. Cdllhf, Han-aUan Slw) GnlUr. Stnelng, Elocutloa. Certified niethods. Mally free ad- '.Yantagea'.'Phone Tt5, EalablishcJ Co.' 10 years. FARM PHODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND AWAuFA. MBALT." V: ..Inspectors fll. Coaldale, Lelibrldge, .Raymond and Magralhv '-'Whether you'want lo burner sell we Kill mnll ycu our 'Weekly.Mar kct Card on 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge 777 W. Ji Lloyd, Mgr., Hte. Phofli 365 M. R. Hsiell, Acct., 1753 ENGINEER H. B. JIcEUYEA, ASS0C.. 1. B. E.; Elcclrlcal Bnclneer and ConlrRclor, mokes' a u'Irfn's.country homes and InjLalhne llghUng plants. Consultations on all kinds'.of clec': (rlcal woiit, 1264 1th Are. S. thane AOCTIONEER w b. SALE AND Lite Siock Aiiclloneer. pales dueled anywhere in thb Pfoylncev of phont vAfti' -Terms rea'sonabie.SWrlto 1023. Il'pad oillie al'y.'ili lion Galleries, Blenne.r-Miei TEACHER OF VJO- r LIN.- .Studied at New England COT- servalory of' Music vndv Kucvua Grucnbcrg. Lccibn tl.CC. StmOio v Dih St. South. Phone 1039. i'. GARBUTT: BUSINESS.COL'LEQB 4TYnh SI. .Day1 abd erenlnt school. Shorlhnndi TjoewntiuB, end all' Office pKorie' 1315 RnldEnce Pfront or Principal 1W1. for Full InionnaUori. EYES TESTED J H HfUnfRSr Difficult C. Tfta eb. i Dry tear pncns lnitei'.dsngBr 6{ Injiiry W IK- nicest clMi work eJ No tlOB gJTtv to country ordfln, Phone IIU. 'oraUJTs, Paperhanterl. an'd KnHomlntari Qeneral v. Dftoraling Slsn Writing., tollmanjelvtn'. .Tho ol.aeal I Resr. tfllhbrlnBO. Res.- l'oo .liDttletf phone .176Z, Lith- bridge, Alia. LOO Clewing, Pressing, -Be- j and Well done reubiible prices. We call for and goods. fill Sratb. _Pkoie Mi. _ EB; WLNOV. Ibe' Tailor. 'pfosslng and repairing. High Work at lowest' prices. WATER LOCATOR WATER I.dOATBD-1! CAM LOCiTl 'i wntor for T.-' tif W NobleloH. ;