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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KR1DAY, APRIL 25, UHU LHTHHUIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGR FlFl'ttEX MILADI PERSONAL 'Mrs. llujh Donnan it vltlliag her uster, Mrs. Hamilton, at Carmanpiy. Lieut, and Mrs. Bruce Conyheare small son arrived In the city from overseas (his afternoon. Mr. And Mrs. J. T. J. Valiants have as tjieir -weekend guests -Mr- aud Jlrs. S. R. Valkuite, ot Calgary. Mr. ami K. AlnswQrth have returned.from a moior trip through tho south country. Mrs. Alex. Kobinson, of Medicine 3lat. is the guest of 'A. W. Mun- rue, Mr. K. 51. Payne left Tuesday for IxjLhbrldge, she will bo the fetieat ot Mrs. A. K. -Manitoba Pre-55. Mrs. IX H. JUDousall. of Wey- burn, and Mr. Joliu McKay, of Kary- are guests of Mr. and Mrs. McKay, y2l 10th St. S. Senator He Veber leaves Saturday ifternoai. for Ottawa lo attend the nenatc sessions, which resume on Tuesday. r Ueut. X. S. (Johnny) McLeod, who has Jieen with the Flying Squad- ron In Belgium, returned to hia home in the cily this horning. m Sir Robeil cud Lady Baden-Poivell Trill .arrive in Canada about IP, and .Will be guests at Caa Lonia. ivil'i Sir Kenry and Lady during iheir stay In Toronto. The rally of j the Girl which Lady'pol- ]atl is commissioner, lakes place on May 19 and the service on Empire Day.- Ladr.Baden-Powell is head.of) Hie Girl Cuid-fss movement, anrl Sir j iBaden-Powell- -15 the founder of the Boy Scout rnovcraent. i When ILR.H. the Prince of AVaJea Tisilg, Canada next winter he H.H.II. Prince Albsrt. The Prince tit Wales will, it Is ex- lie tied, arrive 3 In' the United SIMes t'pr ihe "Mayflower" celebration in November. According lo the English papers, Ihe young prince. Is looking forward to seeing somt thing-of Cana- dian'-iwlnter sports.; i 4 SOCIAL EVENTS .Sanfoni of Hie National Coun- cil, was entertained at a luncheon and reception In the Hotel Palliscr by the 1-ocal Council of Women of Calgary Ibis afternoon. A very pleasant afternoon was on Thursday at the country home ot MTE. George Murray, when about thirty five ladies ot this city and dis- trict gathered in honor of Misa Irene McKay, whose marriage to Wesley Dwyer. ot Red Deer, tafeea shortly. A very dainty and delight- ful luncheon was served by (lie hos- tess, .Mrs. A. M. Marshall. Mrs. D. L. Marshall. Mrs, Uranuarl' and Mrs. Kcbert Murray assisting.. Little Don- ald Murray In his drew to the brlde-tO'he hosts of henutiful rare gifts of linen, cut glass and The motor trip home ended a a'teruoon. II. McG. Young is cital for his pupils (onltfiL fit ilia Y. j M. C. A. auditorium." Private recital at 7.45. Public recital at S.30. winch -will j conclude with three short recitals: Myrtle Hose, primary piano; Hilda McMU.en, intermediate singing, ami Krlki Olantler, intermediate piano. Anyone who wishes may attend iiht lalier. -I1 LADY LAURIER'S TASK CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES J The Women's Civic Club are giving ;i tea and musicals at the home uf MM. K. Downer tomorrow alur. noun, to which everyone is cordially invited.- The general meeting of the Mathe- sis Club will ut; held in the Y.M.C.A. on afternoon. April 20th. Following business meeting, Mr. liall will give an address on "Our City Anyone eligible to propose a name for, the coming year will please pboou the president. Mrs. Me- Clenashan, not later than Wednesday morning. .i MOTHER Off- TWO SOLDIER SONS SAVES A STRESS- FUL. SITUATION i1 There was a Ijig and etithuMaBtlc! crowd it thr'Cilednn Station to meet the wrcnlng train c-arrylng relumefi soldiers, teveral of Ihem local _toya. The jjlrts had done some: decora Unp arid headed the ro c option, Several of th ft- young ladles hoarded Ihe train; -diid ons.of tliciri; seeing the-khaltr-clad be- Itevetl to her objective, thre.-.v her arms about and bombarilo'd 'bini >vith kisses. He was a 'soldier, and U is suspected he Iftunchcti a'counler sttack. Then caiuo the revelation. When the nthusiastic "sister" realized her mia- lake she was covered with confuslon- and nearly fainletl. There tbosti who were inclined lo enjoy, her Xot ao a white-haired mother ".vho lost her "baby boy" over there and was down to meet her returning first-horn with his MUKarjr "Don't feal badly, she said to the embarraserl girl, "they are all worth every one ot them." Almost letters of condolence from nil parts of the world liavo teen hady Laurier since the of Sir Wilfrid. The task of reading and lias been already done. Lady I-aurier has done most of It herself." The Majority of correspondents have been per- sonal friends. Thc wldqw of Uie Lib- eral leader 15 her resi- dence on Laurier avenue, ivith the ex- ception of a nephew, fiobcrt Laurier, ivhn has jupt finished his course ah Osgoode Hall. He is a son of a broth- er of Sir Wilfrid, who was prothon- otary nt Arllmfcaskaville. Lady Laurier will probably jpend the summer months at the old home at Arttiahasfcavltle, but will be in Ot- tawa for some time'yet. John Marsh-Speaking at Meet- ing of Federated Labor Party Says So i A Slacleod Slnctfiir, K.C., presented patent to Chief Justice Harvey In (he appellate court at Calgary, show- ing ihat hi? majesty had been gracl- to appoint him as a Jc'ng's counsel for the province of Al- herla, and aOmUled by the chief justice to (he inner bar. Food- Why? Because it builds sturdy bodies and keen brains. Adi your {grocer for it. OTTAWA, April F. Xickle presented a bill in the house this afternoon respecting1 divorce. The pur- the bill, ivas to con- stitute divorce courts In Canada. Jt was proposed that the supreme court in each province should be a divorce for that province and the ex- chequer court a divorce court for the Dominion.. The bill sets out r'e.asoii for divorce and contains provisions in regard lo domicile of husband find wife ami also treats of alimony.' Thc general pur- ,puse of the bill. Mr. Xickle said: was not'to facilitate divorce, but to har- monize tho dtvorpo laws' of country ami to make Ihc position of man and v onian equal. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA. April following casualties were issued today: K. D.- JlacAr- thuf. New Flridgcd'cn. Alia. Ill: N. P. Kirhsrdfoii, Nelson, n. C. A. V. Stewart, Vic- toria. Forestry IT. C. Gicgc- rich, Hcvelsioko, B; B. M. Wilkinson, Victoria; K. DIM, Vancouver. Siberian Expeditionary .Medical re- porlert 111, now reported ditd: W. liostoit, THE GERMAN COURIERS PAftIS, April Qermlns rtached Verkaillet at. 9 o'clocV. aric. von War- rcndorfi councillor ef'ernbaMy; Wnlter, a peital Inipector, ml Herr Dvker, of lupfly it partmant, To the Ladies of Kltin't from the Frtnth novel, Guilty Man" the pfay.tfixt juch run" on Broadway in 1916-1417, ft the next PARAMOUNT COLONIAL THIATftE THREE DAYS NEX'l MONDAY, You Will Minly ifi phobplay, which produced tonal Buncrvltlon of Thot. H. Inet, A facial Introductory mitinte wrll be given In. Ihc COLONJAL en MONDAY at 2.15, May wt you? THE COLONIAL. THE ATR1 ''If 1 had ten thousand voles I would gis-c them to the O. B. said Mr. John Marshs in a speech made at tbe Miners' Hall on Thursday evening in supporting Ihe new Federated Labor 'arty. The 0. B. U., he contiuued, was for the bettering of the condit- ions ot the working class with shorter hours and better pay. Tbe only sari thing hi the movement was the sever- ing of connection with the Internat- ional. Three things were necessary so'lhat the fcrorfciuB man, .by means .of thp Federated -Labor-Parly; VriH gov- ern the country. They were the bal- lot, federation ant] organization. When the to the ballot box j tliey should loot: to it to vote for Ihc individual and' not for s. capitalist government. In regard'to the'six hours'for ilie said lie felt sore that Mr. Christophers liad stated that this was1 not'the opportune time for the same, and that Mr. Knight bad niade 'the statement Ihat'lU'e' granting of the six hours would mean more un- employment. He" considered time was now opportune, and that thu six hours be bencnciaL They, pan' be obtained, in that what was achieved iu the Old CountryrCoUldvbe achieved here. The program of the Labor, Party'was only in its infancy but it can developed for making; effectual the aspirations and Ihe ideals of the'workers'both of hand ,and brain. The .call has gone out for all classes to organize and federate themselves. The workers were urged to be patient 1 Rat. February by tbe press r end the government, but wtth slackness of trade and families in want, it was hum- anly impossible to be patient. The speaker drew a sad picture of a min- er's family where the children bad to leave for school without breakfast and without' warm clothing in the depth of winter, through the father being out of work, ami at the same" time fonr- tcen to eighteen millions ,ot dollars worth of coal were imported to Can- ada from the Btutes. Such a thing would rrot happen if there was a gov- ernment of the Federated Labor Party. A system that has'so ranch and wealth, and so much poverty and tress was rotten. Labor should be used tor use and not for profit. The time will come when the workers will feel the benefit of a Federated Labor Party, What was set put in the pro- gram of the parly was the control, or ganizatlon and operation of tlic mines, mills, waterways aud railways to pre- vent the reduction, of wages. The working classes will take control tand management of industries. Thc chair was taken by Mr. Donald 'McXabh and the platform of. the Fqil- eratert Labor Party was outlined, and enunciated by Mr. Jtolwea JowctlAlIc said tbat this was on Ilia'Hues of'Ulc Independent Labor Parly in Great lirllflin whicOi 'now members in parliament. and in accordance wiih the program of tlio veterans of British Columbia. Mr. C. H. Kingdom addressed the meeting to the effect that the Ferier- p.led Labor Parly was formed in tho interests of labor as a political organ- ization. U lo obtain salvation along political llnea. He qnoled Emer- son as saying that the ignorance ot the was exploiled by ihc pre- datory elements ol the classes, atiri added that (or this Ihe masses were In blame In not organizing. 116 believed (n K movement, of evolution and cdtica- lion for bettering Ihc conditions of Ihe wen-Xing-etoaBen, Mr. Donalil McXabb said that lie was forbli'deii by the powers that bo to pay.inuch, leing that UieM'vitowefs doctors', ;anrf that he-was nol banned by.authority. He pointed lo the of the Labor Party Inj Great Ilrllain .who, with 65 membe-r.5.50; special 4.50 Extraordinary Bargains for Saturday in the Dry Goods Section These prices represent real cuts on ordinary merchandise, which is already marked at the lowest possible fiyure for suc- cessful business. Consequently a cut price al (lie Ray means REAL SAVIXC because it is :i icduelion on UEXL'IXK first jtrices. Yon be lo lake hrtvatnase of llie following: LADIES' LISLE GLOVES In Champagne and ivliitc; ibis is a splendid wear.iig glove anil worth inuca more than original price today. Cuniei in all EIZCS; regular price or pair; Saturday Bargain, pair.... CHILD'S WHITE RIB HOSIERY i This is a clcan-np line. have only siae left; regular value iZz pair; Saturday JJargaEn BLACK SILK GLOVES The well known "Kayscr" make with double lips in all sizes, black only: regular pries 51 pair; Saliirday Bargain pair WHITE CROCHET QUILTS This class of Bedspread Is tccoimni; more and more popular on account of the ease will, which it can bo washed; comes In full sires; regular price each; Sal. Special.. Regular prfce ?3-25 O 7C Saturday Special............. WE'HAVE A SPLENDID AS- SORTMENT OF 27" GINGHAMS lit plain, checks, stripes and njveUles: regular jirice 25c yard; Saturday-1! nn Uarcain at 5 yards lor l.UU BLACK VELVETEEN TO CLEAR 20 yards only 24 inches wide, fast color; regular price 75c yard; Saturday lo clear, yard NOVELTY PLAID DRESS GOODS 40 inches wide, delightful combina- "tlous of color, ideal for dresses, skirls aud children's wear. Regular -t oft price Saturday only yard JOHN BROWN'S IRISH DAMASK CLOTHS This name needs no introduction to idmircrs of (ir.e ttble. cloths. We are fortunate in tiiO'ng received t delayed suipuetit of hiih grade rloth, and on Saturday we shall make Ihe' good? doubly attractive by cutting right down on the price. The following are a few of Ihe belt bar jails: HNE DAMASK 2. yards square in 4 designs of rose, Greek, Clematis and Lily. Rejillar pride 43.75 each. Saturday n PA 'Bargain, tacli JtOV. .45" LUNCH OR TEA CLOTHS In oak leaf design. ,T. B.' Damask; re- gular price M-75 each gn Saturday bargain, each....... SAMPLE BUNDLES OF TOWELS We still liave a quantity of Sample TDM-els to clear up. These comprise Turkish, fit dark and light, dish towela and from 3 lo 6 in a bundle according to size. Satur- no all day, per bundle U6C SPECIAL SILK BARGAIN Heavy Black Satin Messaline 38 Ins wide, beaullful firm silk; reft. 10 4S.75 yard. Saturday only, yard Houselurnishings In this department we have a few odd pairs of ready made curtains in lace, marquisette and scrim, which we wilt place on special sale for Saturday only. r- Men and Boys' Wear MEN'S ALL WOOL GOLF PULLOVER SWEATERS In assorted colors, ill sizes; F 1'rlce 5.UU MEN'S WHITE COTTON NIGHT SHIRTS Light wolghl and heavy twill 1 priced from JI.OO l.aU MEN'S BLACK FIBRE SILK HOSE Ali iA WC BOYS' COTTON JERSEYS sleeves, assorted colors lliei 24 to I.ACE Regular SI.25 pair v......... LACB CURTAINS-- 1 1 IKi'gutor tor LACB 1 47 Regular for i.4l LACB QQ Itecular 52.50 Tor tin Regular lor SCRIM Regular S3.50 for SCRIM Regular ?4.25 and S4.50 (or.. MARQUISETTE CUHTAiN'B Q Regular H25 and J4.59 for.. O.O I We have only a limited amount theM curlilm M Ihal you will need call early to aecure a iharc of thcie bar- Grocery Dept. S3c 36c ISc 45c HIGHEST' LOWEST -Manj' stores get a regulation for Iiish quality by charting jijgh prices, liecwisi' tho idea of low prices brings Ihe lliougbt of mean qimlitj. KOK, the fol- lowing list is an ezarriple of the tact that hiirh. quality apd low prices fa to- gether in tills Salmon, Hed, per tin, 21c Coffee, Sell Brand, i Coffee, Seal '.wr lln...............V... Corn Fliket; DumiDlon; 3 Puffed Per picket Stuffed OliVm; I.ibbji; per bottle................ Jelly Poifdert, inoiied ora; per prckel Asparapit Tips, green and whlta; 38c and Rolled Oats .8. pound Marmalade; 4s; Grape Per Porrldia Wheat, Robin Hood Pnr packet....................- FKESH FRUIT AND. VEGETABLES 2 .pounds for ...r.. LETTUCE- Per pound Per dozen Per dozen 45c, ipc 'and Ptr pound Per pound GRAPH etch iSc tnd ORBBM 3 bnnthei for 50c 65c 15c 20c 25c 45c ......35c 35c 25c NO CHARGE FOR DtUVERV PHONE3I3 Oltf nudsons nay (Jompanij ;