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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHfflVIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VISIT OUR STORE TX LETH- BRIDGE, IT WILL PAY YOU ORDER BY PAItCEL TOST, WE I ALL CARRIAGE CHARGES li Should Not He Given Vole Till former Citizenship fully Renounced The members of the Winnipeg boiml of tn-.do are or the opinion thai :i movement should be started throughout Canada to amendment to I he naturalisation act to require .subjects, of HOVO: governments in whose countries (lie law obtains that a subject may not renounce Ills allegiance or -change Ills' oilizcnship. shoulii not be allowed to vote in Canada until-such time-as such governments concede formerly the full right of their subjects change their nationality ami waive all further claims upon them. They Imve asked Ihe local hoard to-give careful consideration to this subject. Before placing the matter before the local hoard. President Marnoch wrote for further information, pointing out that Canada wants desirable immigrants, particularly farmers and their fami- lies, and that It is just sucli people that all governments will be least de- filrou? to see leave their respective! countries. All immigrants will conic liy their personal volition and not by the wish of their governments, and that we should he asking these gov- ernments to facilitate emigration through the proposal. At that on the face of it the proposal would seem to contain a threat against desirable immigration, and that we would jnalio it difficult for them to obtain j citizenship in Canada. In their reply it was stated that the resolution seemed to meet with gen- eral favor in the Winnipeg board and that while some questions arose they thought it well to have the different Tioards of trade through the country discuss the question. The Winnipeg lioard feels that Canada lias too quick- ly given immigrants the franchise. .This question of immigration is excit- ing people of the east and they are desirous that different organizations (should prepare themselves to submit Iheir wish to the government, so that Ihe Winnipeg hoard feels that the government will have to appoint a commission to investigate the whole (natter. The question was given consider- able discussion at yesterday's meet- ing of the council of the board of trade. Among others, S. S. Dunham pointed out that in accordance with (he agreement of the committee of Jiations the government of any coun- try lias no claim on any of its citl- who leave and Become citizens {if another country and that the very who would emigrate are the fnoat desirable. It was decided to lay Iho 'matter on the tahle for a fuller Ulscussion at the next week's meeting when the president and Mr. Dunham briag in a report. .'th In icle- 'lie Court Wednesday judg- ment waft -jund against T. W. Hoss of Warner in the case of Bawlf Grain Co. vs. Ross, au action to recover about loss oa a grata contract whereby Mr. Koss sold to the plain- tiffs 8000 bushels of wheat, October -delivery and which he failed to de- liver. Tlie principal defense was that Ross was intoxicated at the time lie signed -the contract, bfit in giving {judgment the court heid that, as Mr. Hoss had not raiser! that question for more than two months after the con- tract was signed, the objection should not be taken into account. .H. W. Church for the plaintiff and F. C. Harris for the defense: In tiie case of Williamson vs. A. R. Anderson, judgment was entered for the plaintiff without either party go- ing into court. A. B. Hogg for plain- tiff and C. F. Harris for defense. In the case of noyal Bank vs. Ca- fcier and Pilling, in which the bank suing for monies loaned these parties, the case cannot be finished further examination' of .J. >M. lAltkcn. former manager of the Royal Bank here who will be from Toronto to give evidence.- CHARGED WITH FORGERY ON' GOVT. CONTRACTS Regina, -May .lighting de-. portation proceedings for nearly ,va- year, David D. Bennett, arrived in the fclty in custody of tbe mounted, police., at noon today from Benhetl was nt once taken to the town sta- tion and. charged with forgery in con- aiection with the hay supplies furnisli- ed to the remount department in Feb- ruary and 'March, 19J5, which were the subject' of.-Investigation by the Davidson commission Jiere last sum- mer. We Deliver All Goods Free The No Matter Where You Live T LAW Is a Great Step Forward in Advancing Modern Method Package Service at a Low Cost No Matter Wliere You Live, This'Big Store and Stock is at Your Service Eio-bt to vour very door. You can send us your order L'or anything advertised below and we will carefully pack same and deliver to your nearest Post Office, charges prepaid. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY REFUNDED BETTER STILL. Come to Lethbridge and visit our store, it will, more than repay yon, as you will have one of the finest, largest and most-de- pendable stocks in the Province, to make your selection from. Each and every article in our store was bought early, thus saving you the advance price you will be asked to pay elsewhere.' This, coupled with the great advantagcove have through cash and quantity buying, enables us to offer _ our patrons the highest, grade merchandise for men at a great saving. have prepared a feast of Bargains for you in Men's Wear- CLOTHING-We Feature Fit-Reform, 20th'Century and Society Brand Makes BLUE SERGE SUITS, 18 ill) l B. V. D, COMBINATIONS fn price HOSIERY, all colors, 35c 50c FANCY TWEEDS WORSTED BALBRIGGAN OC SUITS, Price NEGLIGEE DRESS SHIRTS, AA TWO-PIECE LISLE, rfC with or without collar all colors, 50c HOSIERY, Khaki, heavy wool GQc HOSIERY, Heavy Grey wool, 25c 35c BLACK SATEEN WORK 1" 9 C SHIRTS, heavy, FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS. fje and................. tpl.jD WORK GLOVES, (Wrist) 50o, 75c, and CLUETT SHIRTS price eacli 111) l TWO-PIECE LIGHT WOOL TIES, all silk 25c, 35c, 50o 4 75c WORK GLOVES, (gauntlet) fr-f DRESS GLOVES, cape and .mocha, and N. GOWNS 4-PVJAMAS, and WORK best makes, and W.. G. R SHIRTS, with OP ....j or without collars DR. JAEGER'S SHIRTS i WOOLLENS, Sold at list price. BALBRIGGAN COMBINA. (J 1 AA TIONS, all colors.....---- LISLE COMBINATIONS, (fco AA LIGHT .WOOL COMBINA-' AA TIONS, to.........-.. ATHLETIC UNDER- WEAR HOSIERY, Black Cotton 15c 20c HOSIERY, Grey Cotton lOc white Lawn and Linen, 10c, 15c 4 HANDKERCHIEFS, colored j ft price each 1V C HANDKERCHIEFS, Khaki 10c CANVAS GLOVES, (heavy) 3 for..................... 25c MEN'S DRESS SHOES, and WORK -PANTS, Price each.... 7C J. I J 'REGAL DRESS SHOES, Per pair............... CORDUROY PANTS, Price each THE GEO. A. SLATER DRESS SHOES....... HOSIERY, Lisle in black colors. 26c and WORK SHIRTS, Blue Chambray 90c HATS, any color and style to............ HOLEPROOF HOSIERY, Per V, doz. WORK SHIRTS, Mack and white ft A stripe drill................... "UC RAINCOATS, 'COMBINATION OVERALLS, Per suit HAND BAGS AND SUIT CASES CAPS, 75c, RUBBER BOOTS, Price.per pair Make The "2" M's Your McKElVIE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR CAimARTT OVERALLS The.Largest Mcii's Clothing House iii'.Southern Alberta. Headquarters While in Lethbridge S Me GUI RE KIKKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Oojae-to the .store with better values and a larger assortment. Tl Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will KILL MORE FLIE5 THAN Df ANY STICKY Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug-. antt General Stores. Calgary, check for has Just heen received by the Alberta provincial Red Cross society from the United Farmers ot Alberta, Tile re- ceipt of this splendid contribution is especially gratifying in view oE the tremendous demand for supplies which the Red Cross is called upon to meet at the'present, time.. From of its inauguration in this province the Hed" Cross society has received most loyal support from the United Formers; constant donations'.ot cash have been sent from the various local units; while thousands of supplies have been made and donated through the efforts of'the United Farm women nmuberH .of-whom are also contrib- uting to (he work of the local branch- es of the Reil Cross. The hotel, two stores, tinsliop and posloffiee nt Pangman, Sask., were destroyed bs .GERMAN SQUADRON Berlin, vta Sayvlllo, June attack'; tSprman -sea- on a hostile .gquailron in .the Aegean sea off Deileafeatch, Bulgaria, May '22, in which'oiib. vessels attacked was by bombs is reported today -byf the t German ad- miralty. 10 MOVEiUIEADY Washington, May fig- ures nubllshedjiy tlin British embassy show that, up to the end of April neu- tral nations had lost 121 ships sunk by submarines. Although the state department has had a vast amount of diplomatic correspondence on tills subject in the list appears the name of only one Leelanaw, sunk July 23, last year. Norway was" by far the heaviest sufferer with.62 ships lost, Denmark lost'22, Swollen 20. Hoi-