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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PACE FIVE A Challenge for the Public Discus- sion of the Proposed Liquor Act, in the City of Lethbridge, on the Evening of July Wh, the Place of Meeting will be Announced Later. A committee of Lethbridge citizens who are'opposed to the enactment of'.the proposed Liquor Act, and who are, desirous that'the public should hear both sides of the question at issue discussed, have secured the services of P. speaker who will discuss the question on the date named, and challenges Nellie L. Mc- Xurig; or any other speaker who favors the enactment of the proposed Liquor Act, for a public discussion as to its merits. This chal- lenge .is also extended to ally-prohibition speaker who would like to discuss the merits of prohibition. Nellie L McClung Gifted Canadian authoress, and "the most dreaded foe of corrupt government in will address a PUBLIC MEETING IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE At 8 o'clock TONIGHT upon the Prohibition The liquor Interests are hereby cordially requested to send a speaker who will be giver, an opportunity of addressing the meet- ing under the usual rules of debate. Please notify the Comm.ttee who will be glad to arraneg details. If you believe in the justice of your cause, TAKE UP THIS CHALLENCih. ANTI PROHIBITIONISTS SPECIALLY INVITED. A COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN Just Four More Days Left To Shop at This Great Sale WHAT A MOB DID Mscon, Ga., July negroes ire known to have been shot to death by a mob 1ant nlelit near Hound Oak and Wayside, two villages about 30 miles from Here, and the authorities today: began a search for others who aro missing. "Does .anyone think your son a future "Yss the lite insurance compan- ies." Roblin Does Not Like Commission Winnipeg the commis- the charges Sir Redmond Koblm said ho dictated his letter ol resignation aiuiu a liirascll in his own to his own was whj, nc wanted Mr. 1'hippen to stenographer. He it to mem-} tne case to Mr. Kelly and Real Relief' from suffering means .true hap- piness. The trouble due to indi- gestion and biliouinesu, is removed quickly, certainly and uii'ely by engaged the engineer, Mr. Sweeney, to measure and gather data. He found the yardage claimed was not Lhe'.'e. The "engineer wanted access .o i Kelly's books, -and wlien Sir Tlod- mond asked Kelly about thin, Kelly informed him he was doing the work on contract, riot on yardage. "Why didn't you disclose this asked "Pjt.blado. "When the commission firsl opened we hoped to deal with this at the proper said Sir ftodmond "The commission, however, did not enter into a business inquiry at all, as I thought. In fact, I don't hesi- tate to say, I don't think so yet.'f The witness said he wanted to ivoid a lawsuit with Kelly. That hers of his cabinet, but not to any Liberals. If there was any change from the wording Mr. Phippcn sug- lested he made it himself, So nearly as he could reca.l. he dictated the resignation from 'memory without Phippen's memorandum before htm. He thought when he stated Mr. Hud- son's charge had been substantially proved that he was complying with the. promise made. He knew persuade Kelly to accept payment for the caissons on the yardage basis. When this was refused by the con- tractor a lawsuit became inevitable. Sir Rodmond knew it must be fought by another government. These Lovely Voiles are Hand Embroidered 75 cents This is an ovpnt certain to calcli the alien- lion of women who are looking for Summer Dress Goods. Upwards ol fifteen great ron- vontinnal designs from which to dioose-200 yards In all. 'Material is silk finished hgyplian Cotton Voile, handsome patterns. See "JCrt them in tile window. J1.50 values.... I Footwear Clearance of Smart New Models A light, weight yet. serviceable built Summer Bool -yer.y neat in finish and quite dressy of appearance, dailies' Box Calf Bluchers. A wonderful fact a special offering at Uie usual prire of Choose from these 2p pairs of Ladies' C< QC Tomorrow A Trio of Whitewear Specials Here Corset Covers Underskirts Child's Dresses 25c 98c was intended was that the govern- ment, should admit the correctness of PRESSMEN GATHEH San Francisco, Cal., J.nly what Paper men from all parts of the world are here for the press congress, which will asBeni at the Panama-Pacific Exposition day and continue until July 10. the charge made. Worked on Contract Sir Rodmond said that when Salt's Rexall Orderlies, the live, cleanse the system" and tea black containing the records ol tbe caissons', which had been alter- the government felt tion regarding the caissons. international lllle tn- Corset of fine quality cambric, .neatly trimmed with torchon lace..and embroidery; all Regular lOo These lovely embroidery trimmed Underskirts; material selected fine white cotton; regular 52.00 'value's Children's Dresses; choose from neat checks and stripes In Scotch Prints and Ging- hams: to Causes of Pauperism Two of the special investigator, Mr. A. D Steel-Maitland and Miss'Rose E. Squiips, a ladv ladenv inspector, appointed ty the Royal 'Commission ou the aged poor in Great Britain, gne the lolloping causes: 6. CASUAL AND IRREGULAR EMPLOYMENT. BAD HOUSING CONDITIONS. SEASONAL FLUCTUATIONS IN TRADE. UISHEALTHY TRADES AND U N S A N I T A B Y CONDITIONS OF WORK PLACES. DANGEROUS TRADES. WE FIND THE MOST DOMINANT FACTOR IS EARNINGS HABITUALLY BELOW WHAT ARE REQUIRED FOR HEALTHY SUBSISTENCE. The Commission report on the aged pooi published in 1905, bv such men as The Right Hon Joseph C'hainbeilain, Loid Bitclnc. Right Hon Charles Booth and gii Herbert Maxwell that- imputation thai old age pauperism is mamlv due to is false and applies bnc 10 a veiy lew of the working class population. England's Grand Old Man Wiiliaiu E. Gladstone, who earned fame and renown among his countrymen ho him that ing title "The Grand Old .Miss llertlia Scntt is visitinK witll friends in BanlT. Mrs. William Scoll has returned from' a two months' visit with friends in Chicago, St. Louis and other S. points. The next Cl. 1. A. chain tea will be held at the home of Mrs. C, James, 711 Third St. south on Wed- nesday afternoon from three till o'clock. Sir: and Mrs. William Arthur Hal- ton of Hamilton, announce the cn- Kagement of their Wilraot, to Lieut. James Vcrnon Vounn, sou of the late Mr. and Mrs. J..1I. Young, of Hamilton. Mrs Jos. Morgan left this aitcr- lioon for where she will .loin Mr Morgan, ---vho left last Saturday. Thev will "proceed to LOdmonlon, where Mr. Morgan will preside at examinations. The tea in aid of the St. Andrew's church which will he .held at the home of "will be on Wed- nesdav afternoon from 3 to b and not on Thursday afternoon as iorm- erlv announced The First Vid boots which were lent to the 20th Batten halo been returned b) Dr lliompbon If inemhers of the 1 0 D L I irst class who Ic.'t their books will call'at the Impcrialbank they will Le sivcn thEir hooks. I he Ladies' 01 the Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs I Price 610 lllth street S afternoon at tln'er o'clock. This is a reuuUi monthh meeting and solial hout, ind ill the ladies ol the congregation aie im ited to he pres ent. I he Nurting Mission benefit the management of Starland theatre last week- was very much appreciated by the leader of the Mission Board, and while tl.e day was rather unfavor- able on account of the rain, was realized. On .Tune 1C, a very pretty wedding took place in fowler Inniaiu Carl 1 Hilnrs of Clarebholm was united in m.unagc to Miss 1 eK Cjl son at her home there Mr and Mrs Mllnes left for a short wedding tour to Columbus and Indianapolis In (liana and Wisconsin a nv- ing at Clatesliolni last ueek infant of Lord and Lad Decics the latter Miss Vman Gould before' her marriage, was christened Uthut Marcus fieolge Douglas Di. The christening took place at tetoKepoges, I ngland, Canon Bar nelt performing the ceremom The KOdfalhers wire the Dule of Con naught, Mr Ocoige Gould and Gen l Haig. I The icguiar monthlv meeting of Maple Leaf Chanter, No 7 DBS 11 111 be held in the Alasomx hall to night -t S oclock Degrees will be coiiferrea and imoortant business In connection with the meeting ot Grand napter to be held here in Octobei also be discussed large at tendance is, therefore desirable Bordered Excelda Hand- kerchiefs, 3 for25c Excelda Handkerchiefs, the popular kerchief for men and ibo.vs. Uome in plain centres with neat colored borders. Regular for Rug Clearance Special, Value Heavy 1'jle Tan Oriental Axminster, tan and green.heavy Brussels, mauve and blue plam rich, colored plush Rugs- values to for......... Another Generous Budget of New Music opened up-ft fresh shipment of Sheet Mueic-nOO copies in ail comprised of the very latest popular edition numbers. Too many'-ioJtemize fully, so we Just quote a few: AllSc AtSOc "J.isfen in thai "While the Rivers of Love Flow You Dream of tlic Girl You Love'' "If you Ever .Come Down to Virginia" "Evening" "When 1 Trip Through the 9lle Step With You" Southern Hospitality11 "On the" "In the Baggage Coach Ahead "Dream Days" "Same Did Summer Moon "Fatima Brown" "Alabama "Jubilee" "Charlie Chaplin "March of the Nations Dance Folios For Piano. For Violin .60c and 75c ,50c FLOOR COVERINGS 29c 39c 69c Floor Oil Cloth- Regular 35c Printed Regular 50o Inlaid Lino- Regular Aid took charge of her, and put or of 1 biBn tiarsferred to the main oltici in Calpirv after a period pi over two icars' service in the local office Miss Schweitzer leases the -itv for Cal- r, on Juh 3th and in the mean take a lew vacation I. ot those ol the part; d J "ot in tennis a number 01 games were arranged the games the parti assembled on the livin and vve-e se-ved with icecream and the pirtv luilshLl i splendid evening o, fun with an automobile ride wound town Miss SUiweiteer tales with her the hesl wishes ot tht staff and hct" numerous friends. Medicine Hat. one little, girl was stranded in the city with no money; the Travellers' Aid took her Id a room for the V IJ. Cameron, Travelers' Aid. STATESMEN DISCUSS THE HOODOO Winnipeg nan. Jvib" Sir nodmond Roblin was testifying said: ran 1. drink wine and bitter beer even day of my life in a oomlortablc room and among friends, coolly stand up and ad- vise hard- working fellow creatures to abstain, and take the pledge A most enjoiable canting was spent Ust night b) tin members of the WestminUer Guild ol Knov church thirU members assembled ai the church and went to the experi- mental farm and Mere shown cner the interesting places Phev arrived back at the church at about ten o'clock, where teireshmcnts were seived I he Guild plans to have trop I served The Guild plans to have trios similar to the one last nigh' two weeks A veri cnjoiablo tennis palti was The marriage oi Miss Edna Hem- el, daughter ol Mr and Mrs A P Hempel to Mi I G Stauth of Iluxta Alberta took place at the home oi the bride's parents at Roll- ing Green near Rellaw, I Sic at 10 am Onlv a tew close nerional tncnds were present it the tercmon} which was perlormed liv the Rev I Bidault of Leth bildee The bride was given bv her father and had tol het attend int Miss leona Ilempcl, while Mr Ul ward Ilempel acted as best man. 1 he bnde were a white satin ?own and her vci! ib held in place bv a cor- onet 01 lilies of the vallev, and she carried a bouquet oi bride s roses. pink carnations, and ferns were usec to decorate the rooms and also the beautiful arcli underneath which the cetemom .ias performed Uter the wedding breiktast to and Mrs Stauth leit ior Calgan Hanfl am other points belorc going to their ranch at HirUei The bride was the recipient of manv beautiful present, from friends and relatives, and the cituens of Rellju united in present- ing them with a fine case of silver- ware as a token of their affection and esteem arranged In the staf ot the AlbtrU Goiernmeat Tele- phone', on Saturdal evening at tho Mtidencr of D 11 1284 th 'Royal .Commission this morn- sgne on es, next day was tbe 13th of the month, and the following' -day was Friday, and it. was felt not auspicioui tliat the new government tike charge on either of these "That was all discussed, said Sir. Rodmond. "The lieutenant-governor was waiting for the opportunity -to dismiss jis. We had reason to believe that. I preferred to resign rather than be dismissed." will he barfed Freaks of nature from Canada. REALLY DELKHTTUL Report of Tiavelleis' Aid for lime Trains met 160, oeople assisted, .09, of whom 22 were soling girls A woman with four children was sent hack from Great Falls to Leth bridge the Tiavellen. Am found room and board tor her over Sunday A. woman was sent to her home m the west where she had lived before going into the States An old ladv off the south tiam t CahIJOY their fresh mint Jo in their "lingering sweetness long drawn their soothing charm and subtle daintiness,