Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRinCE DAM TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 191? CALL IRE !at Yogurt Applies .Actual, Kfinforcenifnls 'for .Oversells lYInailttg. Nov. men ainhcrlred by ibfl claims the ouffidar which squally ceuiout purixwe UD lu relays xauJ each relay would UL- siveu sboul IS ns lu ihls couutiy Uetora men be ai'nl ovorseji. the work of Ihe Irib'ji- als Mr. llijiar said llml In hU oplnloa anv man who was a liuuaBile to the Tountry a projuccr of food should .bci given vumplloD. Two-Thirds Allowed In TVironlo. Nov. There hive iiemptlom grantfil by exeuif- tlon trlbijnals In Toroulo uillltar? dls- iHcl up Kov. S3. the fU- uivi outlodiy by Glyn Oiler. The 'figures reveal this fact of the eiempllon have been allowed Appeals FARMUND relutorOEjealf. aKorJ- -lot lo O. 31. Blsssr, K.C, ot Blown- ton a member of Ihv military sfrrtcs coancil la la Dlgsar hUte-1 '.hit It vias not record dsy The mails hroujht In 6SS lrt. ciaf inbls mornlns. In Montreal Montreal. Nov.' The Military uonlptlons trlbunalf a Mr. Dlgsar hUte-1 '.hit It vias not uonlptlons trlbunalf a propoaed to call moro ihan itst nem- Oj claims The bar as II was mare aritunttgiia; jrastcd was 1.1TO whtto OJ ihe country to Iwp men al their civil !wpre Three hundred and occupations Instead i( putting item were aljourned. The mlUt- auihomiC3 will appeal aiaLlil 750 Mu the army If tbey were not there. v The one men, said, woyld. 'be called np as the? were tor AUCTIONEERS wlah to announce lh.al ?cler LeVallcy and L. I. N'lcbol- son hare consolidate! Uieir in- Lereotfi as HUrdoneera and will conduct ?ales anywhere lu.ihc province. The best of workman- ship ami salU'aclluu guaratilcsd or no For sale dues, phone 1CJ3 or 2M Iteral. Yoara for business, LeVAULEY AND NICHOLSOM Exempt Toronto. Nov. lo the Great Northwestern Telegraph Com- Ipiny's chief operator's evidence be- fore" tribunal K today. U.tikei three years to train a ilorse operator and (or this reason the company asked for exemption of Ih'ose employees who K-c-re rated In Class A by tho medical LearJ. "You 'did not seem lo think tha' when the. strike was on said >l.r. Bush, "you managed ivlthou (him Ihtb." "That's another story. We need men badly to transmit commercial mess- ages'and I would hire fifteen am if jl could set All men are exempted until they 'ceaso to become inoperative in this MOVING We Make a Specially or Moving Fiiniiture flud Pianos The only covered vani In ths city. Furniture PHONES: peal Elcrjgt 1097 Hsuse The McLean Transfer PRAYING Of AlliKinds Limited P. 'ri: PHONES Pelrograd, Xov. reference Jo the order rJllilary revolution- ary commutes for the dissolution of the com'ialtlec for the salvation of tie Ihe' secretary -the salva- tion committee, a mild- mannered wo- man, --irho'-declfnGil to permit the-uae of her name, aald: We reluse lo dissolve under any circumstances. Thoy did not elect us and cannot dissolve" us.. They may arrest'and us In the fortress of.'SL'-Peier.and St. Paul, hut, that will only'prevent ua from performlni oiir autles and'.caunot deprive irs ,of the fight to represent .those yr.ho elect- us." OF" STEAMERS N'oV." Importanl piri of the .work o't of DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO pacific J, D. Thorrsss IPhone 330, cernedwllh'lKB transfer of steamers Tormerljj- empToyed In trading on.Ihe Great Lakes.'lo the. overseas trade. Borne of the larger lake steamers had to be'taken through the canals hi" two It wars' anoounced toda'y. by an official-'bfrthe department that len steamers; "'iilherto employed In trad >lne lakes, have already gone "the overeeaa trade Qte sleanierr o[ full canal, bulit the'PolEdnjirin'Works, Toronto, for Is-going out Ii a fevf days; steamer built .by; the :.Thor .Iron "pt, T.orantoy' s Id .'Fnii'ce and service shortly. '.Information. with 'regard to Ihefv'edEels ilme.'ol. their sailing Is ior obvious -rea- sons. S.VB H. W. May tie MI Karais Oalgary, -Vor. tie'niplton tribunals tale tamers ol( t'uo laud and force them Into tha umy doing more Injury' lo the cause of the allies c5uld do In any way, Is the slalsritot made this more- lug by H. W- Wood, preildwl o( the United Fanntrs of Alberta and alao of the Canadian CtratvcU of Agriculture. In an Interview on (oei Mr. coDleadi that IUUN it Ihe war may ret be decided on tin chut fields of tSa wni- i.', In Canada art making B 'win- the-irar' appeal mi therehy illm- ulaUng much tnthusluiri'', iald Mr. Wcod, "but ire 'Jslot that Juit- ment la organleatlon and co-operation, which is pecesaary lo mate our strength effective In helping to win the vrar? The food coulrollori ire .tell- ing us In the tnott emphatic-language that we mutt Increase production lo the ulmojt llnill.'. If the situation they are udttlne belore.us'ls liiitlded" by facls the amount ot.'fool produced in anada may posilbly be" a 'ilecldlne actor In winning or losing I hi a war." U'ood then proceeds lo quote :a umber of statements lu the food hnlVelln for; November In which the situation. U doscrlbed as rave and the reduction fa the world's wheat production pointed to as.a rea- on for using every endeavor to cur- all consumption and Increase produc- Ion.' Continuing he layi: "In Ihe face ao5. Iariner could pdssibly IfTe'.ln tie -v Do You Remembci' Robert EUmere, by Mrs. Humphrey y'._ Her Flrrt War Story Juit Entitled n It it EveV Wr SALE BYV _ Price The Twentieth Century Book Store 0. W. MAN SON "EVERYBODVS BOOK; RHONE 613 AUCTION SALE Of flLYERWARE, CUT GLASS ancf M FANCY CHINA; x IN THE LABOR HALL' On; Wednesday, NQY 28th COMMENCING AT TWO P M, i' fe; WILSON Auctioneer having rfoeffti a fornlgnmcnt of.silverware from a merchant rellnqnrskfngliie-titislneKs I am laslrucl'ed tc sell thljfcon. .tlgnment blddf.r reserve.