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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta mi', (Mii.v SK'fl'.N SS'ork filnrtd, llul Time IK Qvor 100 aongitcra of VLII probably'.1 Invade Kdmonlon May 22, 23.and, 21, tbo of the provincial musical -feBthni, co enter Iho. various .competitions which will "00 held. :It Is Iho Intention lo cliar- ler special to carry. {he parly, which "will Include a massed choir; aeveral; smaller Irlos. and others who will com- Hole..1 will be remembered, .was'hold In last year and 'a'moat'pronounced success, In It'wis' (li'o first time Ihol Ilic prbvlutlal had provoil a fin BUCCCSB, as well as othonvlgc. Tills year the festival goes back to Kdmonlon. and Ihe Lelhhrldgo people aro dolorrnlncd tllit they shall cl- hlbli llielr good will lo Lbo pcoido ol the norlliern 'clly' by going (n full force Iq Iho .'ovonf, -This .Is some- thing that'has never been done be- fore by oiiisldo cities In a provincial fesllval; MI LAD I fZX'f lleiuln of DM. tiifri UiHItiK Mil. ,n HICK nl, Ivliy. ono region forest land In Argentina It Is estimated Uial (here are at least plno Irces larco cuouElj-for prorlUilile lumber- Ing. i iili liouitholdtri ilitouilioul llio IM bolUDIf wiltr, or louring, borrow int ur iicillne 11 (ram oulilde till In order lo iccuro n drlnklnc nuriuljr, (III nro IcjlnnlnK la Iwk uVinro Iho tnill-lllin ftwnii holiij mnrfii si Iho rilirnllon Haul, ind Hid urn roinliiK lu (or ihmi a Illllo crlllclini. Al Ihf.ralu of pro KICII which hoi been" in'ifjo ilcico Ih contrail liel fill, Iho plan innf bo cAinplcloil thd ready lor pi by Dm llino pcaro l> Declared, I nol. Tlio llonlil Dili mornliiB enquire Of CoinntllltoElc-r fjracc lo (lit pro being made, tie italca tha Rinlih llroa, Wllipn who II-JYO th contract now liavo large force men husy, Ihal tho excavations ern nil rnado, work lias been Rtnrtcil nn Iho stilling Lsslji. 'Tlio work on tbe nitration nlonl, however, Is helil up owing lo Ilic fact lhat (lie ground must Lo filed, and as lliero aro Btlll more lliaii Ilireo led of .frost la lira grounil, LhU cannot lio proceeded whli. In llila may delay work on.this part of Iho planl for onothcr Llirc'u or four wcckH. tlio alccl for tho plant has Ijcen-or. dcrod nt It la to come from Ham- ilton, Onl., nnd In ordcr'to get It hero with as lltllc delay as possible, an ail- dlllonal t'J'JO was paid for II by the coMlraclor. There ficeniB lo lie Bomo illffaicncc hctwccn Mr. Iloberta and Iho clly'aa 16 Iho wclfilil of ile'gl lo. (in Uie.1; Tlie clly la lioWInK oul'for'.ia'OpoundB-lo the yard, they'clalm Is what Is specified In Ihe aEreomenl, while Mr. Kobcrtn l.s holding for llshtor Bled which will leas. Mr. Rob- crla wanls .Hid' clly to arbllraloilo eclllo Iho difference; but thlE they have refuaed to do. They declare ho must livo atflclly to the contract. If, however, Mr. RoherlB decided lo Kvo strictly to the contract, ho may InUe cover hohlnil tho fact Ihal thox conlrucl, which, was so carefully drawn up last' fall, contains-no llino limit na to when the Work shall be cooipleted. He may also take ndvnht- ngo of a war clauso In tho agrcemcn which protects lilm.from damaEM fo lalluro to complete Iho" work which may DO the condlllnns. Mayor IlardtoHblil (boHerald this niornlnK Ihe contract would be com pic led by Christmas, but lie didn't E'ecni nhy too cheerful ihoul II. Mill Kllmbliltl Dli'jn, uliu intut in IrlMnli In Ixlli- i Mri. Don McKinilc and children lure 10 ihtt thu wlntf-r Iri Kdinijr.lon ut llth Kliecl urn rtsl The n. I. A. will meet it llio lmroi 'A .Mri, -laraca, .Ird Strcel noulh lotnorrow for Jlcd ttwlNK "t 2.30.- Court Unity, A.- 0. Y.. arc hoWlaK utiolher whlsl drive arid dance .In llurginari'i Hall on TucEduy, proceods, alicr cxpenBCB, Mil ngaln IIQ dcvolcil lo scmlhiB tobacco to Iho chllatcj ineioltra of the Ipdgc. 11 Tho annual icectlng of St. Aucufl- tln> TcnEilH Club will bo held on UTijd- noeday evening al 8.2t) In .Kt. AUBUB- Lln'aJiall uhd all inctnberA and UL'O'.IC IntercJtcd, uol iicccaiiarLly members of tho congregation, bre aekcd Co he lUC'BtMl. v RED CROSS NOTES. Our Timepieces Accora EVER MISS A TOAIN BECAUSE YOUR WATCH HAVE YOU EVER BEEN LATE IN'-FILLING AN IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT BECAVJSB YOUII TIME-PIEOB WAS ''OUT.pp'WHACK'" IP SO, YOU CAN ANNOY- ANCES'BY COMING TO US AND BUYING A. TIME-FIECE WHICH ,YOU UPON TO "GET YOU TIIEnE" ON TIME. LET FIX YOUII OLD TIME-PIECE OH SELL, YOU A NEW ONE.' iMSTRONG RAWOJRTH ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENSES "324 FIFTH STREETS. LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA 'and: we'll do The Albcrla Red Cross Society baa ecclved the following mensseo from o Head Ofllcc, Toronto. Oul.; "The lilowlilE cable" has been flcnt by the halrnian of the Kxccullvo lo' llio onimlssloner In Ixjndoa-: eavy'caEuaHy llele, demahda upon ur society must be great! Please ndcrsland lhat the Canadian Hod ross want every josslble asalBlance cndercd that will belp the Blck a'nd Money or; supplies will be rovlded upon rccommendiUIoir onrself and ivar coinmlllee. T_hi cncrosity of tlie Canadian people usllfles us In am ommtllcc to asslal to the fullcs [Hisslblo eitent.1 In vleiv of llils I'lro, all supporters of the lied Cross ro called upon lo re-double thclr.'cf iluillrd till: TElb at rcluincd B ib'jii vltll lei lll.-Ji Klliabclh lll'lfian, bctn vlillInK In lltral'l. A intcllnii ol V.'oini-n'a Clvk Club bu held or. .''rlrlay t-Teuluj! at Iho J'crne of tlrt- ihc i en.cullve at l.Vi. au'l He (jtntral nt 3.16. i Mill Wlnulc Kelly In In Mcilklnc flit anil prctcni m of Mlif Mary MacKinnon of Mcdl- cloo Hal ani Mr. Thwn- Eon ol MOOKC Jaw ycetbrilay morplng. t i An Hmc nan apcm hy >il! lliOBe who attended ttic tocial by the Ladles' AU of HI. J'llrlck'B church In St. IJaill'a school last even- rts Progrcsfllvc cuchro was [ilaycl, in 'i: V. Cooltn nnd Dr. SI. V. Oal- an carrying off houors of tlie vcnlng. I Mr. nrid Mrs. Wear Hill ani daufih- cr Marguerite, returned on Saturday rom Ixins Beach, California, where Ira. Hill and her little'htcr have jecn for five moiillin, Mr. HIM Ro- ng Eouih a few ego. On tne eturn trip .they stayc'l off at San "lanclBCO and Spokane. K ROPIN f A DLINGTOX The marriage took place In Wcsl- orls' Immediately and as many osslblc arc asked to sew at ooms, Post Office block, tomorrow mlnsler parsonage. Saturday evening, April Hill, of Sloven Kroplnack oml-MlEs Laura both of j LolhhrldEC. Th'e.'ccremony was per-'" formed by Rev. J. II. Francis. Mr. and Mrs Kroplnack will take up Ihclr residence on tho Western Transfer Farm, northeast of'lhc clcy. GRAVKS On Saturday evening, April Hlh, al lie honio ot Ihe bride's parents, Mr. and Mri.' A. II- Graves. C.P.n. farm. I LcthbrldEC. the marriage took place ot their second daueitor Audrey Myrlle III to' Mr. William Gladstone Richmond of New Wcslmlnstcr, B.C., the young- esl son of Captain A. A: Richmond. The hupllal knot was tied by Hov. J. n Francis In the presence of near re- latives Mr. and lira. Itlehmond will reside, at 002 llth St. S, city. Provincial Police Have' Been Busy in City and Lately D" Division ot Ihe Alberta vlncial police has set up a rficprJ.for convlcllons In Ilic pasl Ihrc'c or.toiir days, and" incldcnlally "tines loathe imo'unt ot over" }SOO_have Ijeen "c'ol- Jcclcd! Yesterday.- attcnioon before Supl. Penncfatlier, seven Austrlans ot No. 0, who" have hccn keeping .large Oimntlllcs ol llnuor in tlieir bOBrdlng houses" were convicted find sentenced lo pay a' line o! {50.00 each The guilty parlies were Nick JorcsloYslr, W. Koskoakl, D. Oolja, N. Koakoski. I'elo Gco. Formna and Hehl_ Paslikiniki: Theso were the Hrat proseculIonE in tho cllj- for keeping liquor In boarding houses contrary, to the PIB Liquor Act-.': 'In Blnlnuorc cm April which was labelled near-Leer, bill ivhlch In reality contained Crom 3.4! to 6.14 per cent- ol alcohol Instead ot llio two'per cent, nllovretl' under Una act, got secen Irilo trouble, separat- ing them from SBO.OO and cosU each. The beer was Fcrnle Lion Drand- Slxty-lriree barrrela of il were, qpn- IlBCatcd Thoso conTlclcd wcreVVito ClrslJo, Mary nowl. -0, Molina, Mnh Kal' JTcKean Huntef. Geo. Ksnlnlfnn nnd lling, n celestial. They nppeared bclorc Justices ol Ihe Peace Junket and Plnckncy- Before the anmi court Josle. KosakI was fired and cosLs (or keeping a disorderly house, while Inmales, three .Inp women and Ihreo men were lined J10 -RUSSIAN ADVANCE Pelrograd, via London, Apr., v attack Dy a., jlusslan a-reconnoi- 'trlng advance isireporlcd in to- day's war'Offlee statement to' have occurred Sunday night In tlie icgloii of'Koukary. t. Jf C- A v The following Is iho financial slato- riient of the I.ethnridge branch of Ihe H'ed. Cross society from Octoner 1st, 1910. ,to March 31sl, 1017. Indicating amount.of wort tial is be- ing carried on the branch: HECEIPTS. Daianco in bank. Oct. 1, 1316 5750.3S Receipts, Oclobc'rk.. Receipts. Xorember Receipts, January: 21S.S5 750.00 11CO.S5 i-'ebmary, pledges 92S.3. General t.-.. 3SS.15 Receipts. pledges' 62S.45 1 'General 1013.55 DISBURSEMENTS JS7S.-IO 371.93 701.19 332.25 5I1-IS 2521.13 20S2.S1 OclQbcr....... November December Actual-- llalnnce UnBiescnled chcnuo clicque Balance'In Rank 52M5.S1 A. J-' ULACKIJUllNE. ;J LolhbridgCv April J25S2.S1 12.00 1.00 Dlalrraore, j Today's slrlkc in Ihe Grccnhill Collieries was the result of a fight which started In (ho mornlns when nn Austrian driy. er-hbss dismissed an En'Ellah-speaK- Ing ilrircr. Tho men were all ready to BO Into Ihe mine wlicn the (rouble Immediately lacy went on Blrlke. Thcr demanded ol Ihe managcmcnl lhat the Auslrliin drlv- er-hosa be dismissed Immediately, and lliat the English-speaking .driver 'bo rclnAtnlcd. A .row resulted which led to tho Austrian'being given Iwo hours (o gel -out of tovyn and Ilic pollda be- Ing .called to quell Ihe disturbance. The men remained oul on slrfkc all day, and It Is doubtful K they will return to worit-.iin.lll nflcr the vole on the new agreement. Hammer, halclietr pUen, wire cal- ler, wrench, screw driver Iftck puller are included In a slnglo tool ot German Invention. April n. Thomas alleged slayer of 10 year- old -Gordon -HasmusBon til Carljerry charged wllh shoollnc Inlbnlionally, In the vcnlict of Ihe coroiier'd Jury on the death of Ihe Loy Monday altcmoon. InrormaHon chnrg- Kig-'niurtlor was Immctllntoly sworn out. He will face a preliminary Irisl Friday1 In the. Carbovry' police court. LfeUcra' of an InsnUTng character. ivrillen (o 15 year old Violet Spcnco, daughter of Fletcher's employer, were produced to explain, the al- titude toward the man. The fitrl Icsll- tietl'Fletcher hart .told her she would be 'dead Saturday night Ifsho went lo Carhcrrr that afternoon. The Inrenlor-.ot snew, prlnt- machine for pholographerE claims QrinIs can ho made with II from negalWca IP. a day. Notice to Essay Contestants! have found it advisable to make minor alterations in the rules of the Essay Contest being conducted by the Hud- son's Bay Company in commemoration of the 247th Anniversary. Onules 7 sunl 8 will compete for prizes originally arruiineil for Ijoysaml RlJ'Js, 1) lo 1-1 years, Grades 1, 5 and (i will coinpc'l.c I'lir prizes originally arranged for Uoys and girls, age 7 lo 11 years. Any fnrdier iiil'orjunlioii can be, supplied by leacliers In the public; schools. T; All cosily papers given oul al I lie. Hay'Store should he lo ilic leaeliers of Hie above grades. V As examinations will lie presided over and concluded by the (eaciiers of Grades 1, 5, 6', 7 and S. Saving Prices from the Hudson's Bay Grocery Departrn'ent. Royal Household Flour 49 Ib. each. Special... t Eggo Baking Powder Special, 2J4 Ib- tin..... Comb Honey Special, each Best Granulated Sugar 20 Ib. sask. Special... Keen's Mustard, Ib, tin Keen's Mustard. [4'lb. tin. Special Emp re ss-.L Marmalade Ib. tins. Each...... Benson's Corn Starch Z pVgs. Water Glass for preserv- ing eggs, I Ib. tin...... 2 Ib. 11ns Large Queen Olives. 50 in botlle.- Special------........... LAUNDRY .SOAP S bill's I'OL- 25c ORDER SOAP.EARLY AS HAVE ONLY A FEW CASES. Florida.Grape Fruit 2 for Florida Grape Fruit 2 for Rhubarb. 2 Ibs. for Lemons Per dozen r.... 20c ORANGES' SPECIAL CUCUMBERS', GREEN ON- IONS, CELERY LETTUCE. SEED ONIONS DUTCH SETS AND .MULTI- PLIERS Macaroni, long pkgs. 2 for............ Canned Plums. Good table fruit, per tin Del Monle Pumpkin Special, 2 cans for Wednesday Speeial from .the Dry GoofJs''Dept. y I 500 f AIRS TERRY TOWELS In brown, with cream stripe and raised brown willi red and white stripes. Sizes 20x40 and 21i42. Regular value 15c pair, Specially priced, pair A DOOR MATS Na BRUSH QUALITY 'ALVo'wiThi "SCRAPER ATTACHED No. 2 SI.05. KEyERSIHLE STAIR" CARPET: L.. .Strong-fjulc quality, Inches wide, in INCTT PLAIN CURTAJX V ]Tp and While. Regular -We. n'Q Special, .yard- Corset wilL'hot, lose: its shape "'The Mnda'rt Corset company uscs-a llghi "sfiecT Lhat Is'fliatle'ot the same material that clock spriugs are'made of. It is rolled specially' for Modart and 19 coTcrcd a-rubber makes it rust prootjind. are.the only .'steela do tbe ivork the designer tended Iheni to do, that Is maintain "tne cornet In' iU.prlgJDaL lines and noL let il lose ILs lit you vri'.h n Mori art. A trial flUlriir '.ivill; prorc 'Ms supcrlorJIy and perfectness .'of comfort.- PHONE 313 ;Bipys' Wear for Wednesday's 'Selling- BOYS' COMBINATIONS .Fine, underwear. Sizes 22 lo 39 Price up'Iroai IfJi? WASH STJIT.S .Made in'gingham', chambraj, crepe and drill in at'jies, Oliver Twisl, middies, elc i'r'iced ub'wd'rd's from OJC SiSiALL BOYS' OVERCOATS "Made check with velvet collars- Heal .smart." Sizes Irooi 4 Lo S years r Art Special J.UU BOOTS RECEIVED A L'AHCE SHIPMENT RUBBER BOOTS WITH RED.OR MEN'S BOX CALF ttORK BOOTS' pegged sole.'AVednWdij 9 fiQ Special, pair.... CONTRACT TO RECON- OF -FRANCE New conlnicL providing' for ._ot Iraildlnea .in HID destroyed cSlies.rof Xqrlhe'ru has Jjeen closed "beiwe'eri the t'rench govcm- inenl and Kennedy, Mitchell and Co.; bankers, "of Xew Vork a'nd Ijinnon, It Is announced. here. Virtually- all tho material to lib will be pur- chased In this .country. 'trhls for francsAsnlfl William A.-JUnncdr, the VTCildenl.. .hnvc :'received Im- portant pianj) and apec'Klcalldns (or ihls work. Thc'tlank back cflhls for building the new France." Tlie .Mr. Kennedy saM, "13 a mere'beginning the beltcrnl.enl ol condition's .in. devastat- ed Europe." SPAIN IN -EARNEST.'' April H, via ,.511 Minister Glmeno haa anriqunccd tbat Ihe 11 role at, loGcTiuanj In regard to the Rinking of the Spa'tiish flenmer 3an F'ulgcncto :was sent lo (lie -Span- ish Ambassailo'r In llcrlln on, Salur- Jay In a diplomatic; poucn. transmuted through Ihe Rermftii am- bassador at Madrid, gravity, ol the situation by all the newspapers. RUSSIAN CONDITIONS BETTER Washington, Apr. llussla .were; reported tojay.. bj .Iha Untied Stales'ambassador, as aleadily.' improving. "FOUND. bod 1 les bearing life liclls, one of '.which' was a sailor, AmeH- lorpCiloed TJ> (lurraan auhnurinc 1 with; the losg.of 2S lives, have, plckeir up ty fishermen, brought" aSh'ore and buried. 'The bcdv'of'an unidentified; American, nol a sailor, was _; near ;