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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1917 THE LETHBIUnCK 'rtAlLY HERALD Laurier Asks Till Midnight Sunday Winnipeg, June eorrespondint ol Telegram wires Ihli atUrneJH) In part as follows: "Slr'.WltfrM Laurler this Premier Bcrden to until midnight Sunday to make a re-, ply to the premier'! loallllon, proposals. L F_ F. Pirate, cWef Liberal whip, relumed unexpectedly from hK Hying vllll to Sir Lonicr Gouin, thli morning. A. K. McLean alto returned from his visit to P.remler Mur- ray. Hon. F. B. McCurdy, p'arlla- menUry under secretary for mll- Itla who consulted the Conterva- ilve leaden In Nova Scotia, It to return thlt evening. "Sir Wilfrid Laurler, and-hit lieutenants are conferring this afternoon upon the situation; will likely hold a further con- ference tomorrow. Hon. W. 5. Fielding, hai arrived at the cap- ital and Is. participating In the meetings, i for coalition appear brighter this morning than at any time since prime mfnltter mjdt rdt proposals to the opposi- tion-leader Although the sllua- tlon if itlll, somewhat blurred by I and cor-. rideTjininior; theVe are certain' which, can'be discerned I it H.'lrnllcalina tide gf 1 the .oulKloi) probability. In the place therei'have been re- between I prime mlnkter'.and Sir Wilfrid In-the second place and equally encouraging for the proapects of union, Is the fact that chief Liberal whip Pardee I has held a further conference I with Sir Lomer Gouln. I While, the meeting between Sir .Robert Border] and opposition. I leader, yesterday afternoon, -was as on previous occasions, of a can. character, our correS' I pondeAt learns upon, high author- I Ky.thit the prime mlnltter laid the proposals before Sir Wilfrid LiuHtr which of to and non-parilMn a charac- ter tKat only utter lack of nat- ional and apprec- iation of the gravity of the tUua- tlon on the part of the Liberal leader.can bring about their re- The prtme wlnliler In fact, It now Mid to have offered Sir Wil- frid a coalition on a 50 per cent, that to lay, on a. baslt of half and half the Conserva- tive! retaining merely the advan- tage of Sir Robert ai premier. In sdrJltlcm to the of this offer, It known that the prem- ier li willing that all Liberals ID be taken Into the coalition shall be named by Sjr Wilfrid." PLAN n mm mm IN London, Juno l.-Mn 'an 'address ID London today, Rowland E, Pmllitro, president, of the board of agriculture, sa IJ that under a. plan devised by the government, Ihc success of which he ucllcvcd lo be nssurcd Orcal Ilrllaln would grow wheat In 191S fur the needs of the population, vlOi a. liberal auuiily left over for ilUc, lock. Mr. Prolhcro said this dencml- id -upon the. solution of agricultural; problems facing 'Ilia country, but if' lliGSo wore disposed of started wlUi nothing In lianil and noil a grain of corn brought Into this coun-! try, we would still be; able, at IhJ- normal rntc, to get niue'iuijllon loaves which, We1 what we require." here is onjr ohe Krumbles. It btbeooty cereal made ___ ._ 01 me a Wheat. It is and Int a 4Aaoiu tout otigml flavor. PAG. More Tune in the Sunshine because no time fcess.orjipatching tindependable eqoipinent Each gas barter on McClary'i is.adjustabte to give fectj.efficient blue dine. "-tatest stylo cabinet ninge. XL AD I --PHONE See Gas Ranges ,'f. L Barn Ditonl or nuriuftctured gi's.'- LOTOOK, Toabino. wrainpEOi TAKCOUTCT; ST. JOBS. BUOLTOB, CILCiil, BAStiTOOK, S E E V5 The Beauty Spot of the Lethbridge district .-5 f- f- WHERE SAHEY FISH'TAX YOUR UTMOST CUNNING AND SUSPECT YOUR .MOST TEMPTING BAIT. IBOATING FISHING I -1 pAlNGING. m j... r. FINEST. KIND OF SfORT (WEEK END OR'VACATION) AT ;i! ,THE PARK. 1 JM. Haoaril, Prep. FURNISHED AND MEALt LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS BOATS FOR HIRE SUie leavaa Plncr.or Creek, M miles aWay, Frirfjy morn- ing, round trlf. ,Wrlt. J, HantnJ, Mtrtn, Lakes, F, 0, ;The CaWns Tents Harry C, 'WELL FURNISHED 'CAftlNS WEEK, OH ftTdHTH. BOATS FOfl HIRE ALSO UNFURNISHED JENTS Get f (thing Auto In. mcetj Write N. C. Lee, tr Wjrterton Lthte Write for Details "The Arl'Nocdlcvvort: club will meet ;yllLi Mrs.rD. J. Hay, 623 13Lh--stfecL on 'jlontlay r" 'Mr.'and J.rs. -H. S. ilobinsoii and EOD -Murray, ,.Hat, arc silencing a _ Mrs. A- Kinnear and'family are rclurning lodai1 from ati extended vis- It to VtcLoriaanc] other polnls. Mra. P. L. NalEUiith and H. Pftlcrs o[ Calgary, spent yesterday In Ihe city. with'Mrs. G. H. Harmon Tlcv. ir''Cobbtcrlick la the br. his' trqthe'r, J-iCob- blcdlck anil .D- reLm-neSTjlo- daj" trohi-f.lEh River, Ihc guest.'of Tier daughlcr, Mr5..._ J. Jones. .t- ThcTcgnlar nionthiy mcetliig of the Nursing Mission will be lield on-Mon. day nfternoon at 4 o'clock in .toe Y. M.C.A. 'J Mrs. n; D. Hobcrlson at Onl., lias bepu Ihc gucafof her irother, Mr. D. J. Hay and Sirs. -Hay, 133 left to meet her husband Vho is cturnhiE from r, nollonal coiivenlion ,t Riitl the O. R. ventlDi. nt Seattle. Lethbridge delegates lo the annual Woman's Auxiliary Cal- ary iitxt week ivho will leave city _n Monday are Mrs. F. W. Dowiicr and Dlioii [rom St. AugiiElln's church, Mrs. McMillan and rori from St. "Cyprian's church' and Mrs. A. E, SnoW'and Mrs. A.'Arnold "rom St. Mary's church. The lea held yesterday afternoon n the Chinook Clul) by the Sir-Alex- ander Gait cliaiiler, I. O. D. E-i to raise funds to buy furnishings Tor the Veterans' homes was a CCES and (lie committee In churgc are. to be congrclulalcd upon Ih'fe re- 51 OOtNGI! I'AlMOSf'got m WTTfi A charming man at a OWNER PAJIJY list evening bii THE WOMAN who sat between! i US HAD Bpcnt too much MONtY rod hair that had BElOfWtD TO others. EVERY ntASANTHY of mine WAS EiTMEU hooked hy A Ctm or deflected b; A TAIH ruff. Then, too, I rANCIf D THAT all of tHe 'i1 ASSORTMENT Of hurwcralistoiig TO OUR conversation iuid it v EMBAMASSf D MT. Why in Tin WOM.D women i urn of WRncnc sod TtV TOR the home grows VARIETY Of hair i MYSTtRViiomt. Yovi fcr Manifful suit, as ?C1.S5 was Iho gross pro- ceeds. The expenses >vlll not uc very heavy, thanks lo Ihe ot so, many people, so thcro will be a good- y sum available lo purchase needed j articles. The club was crowded all afternoon and never for a inlnulc J lo. Hie rmir" "iprncrs or the lable, 1 arranged both "iri the tea room and on the shadv yerandafi. There were I several larse'liafties, many hostesses tatlcg Ihc opportunity of entertain- i ins Ihelr. frlcudi ind at the Earn" j lime Billing a object. But tie IiarLy' )jiat. allra'died the attention of' CTCryone' the veterans, who '.Were the "gu'eBls 'of the chapter. they, caifiB.Hn'to "the lea room Uiey juel wltli recaption, eiery; one clapped' and tang "Por tliey. are Jolly Eocfd'Jellows." Patriotic consisting of crimson Tpses in' llii pOllsHlfd'brass shell case, sent lo the ctiapfef the 35th bat- tery, resting on n'tjhlpn Jack, scarlet ribuoiis being draped Trom the centre to Ihe four comers of Hie mules, marked Ihe tabte 'reserved for them. Seated.with the veterans were Mrs. j. N..Ritchie, Mra. Clms. McKlllop, Mrs. F. W. Uowner and Mr. J. H. Ol- iver. Red, yellow and white tulips decorated the other tables. Flags were draped around the room, giving further patriotic touch. Ferns aod palms were also'used to decorate the ea room. A musical program that was very enjoyable to all was given, consisting >f aonjs by Miss Shnm and tVrr; .violin selections by Visa McPhee and Master Georr. Wad- dlngton, and Instrumental numbers by Mrs. W. J.'Kelson and Jlrs. F. Mra. Blames the convenor or he.lea and was. assisted In the klt- cheh.by' iirs.' S. A. Bwert, Mrs. n. and Mrs. George Mclnlyro. Mra. E. II. Wjlson was In charge or ho tea room dnd had Ihc following assistants, Mrs.' nail, Mrs. Kennedy, Miss 'Adcllnc''Hendcrson, Mtss Agnes 3'Hagen, Miss Florence Donald, Miss Marlon Miss llucbanan and Mlaa Dunne, wilh Jlrs. G. W. Robin- son anil Mrs. .George Macfcay acting as cashiers. The assistants were all n white with caps.and aprons of red, and blue. The-committee In charge wlslr to lhank Hie members of Ihc chapter Trho donated Ihe refreshments, the city-commissioners for nags. Daw- den Uroa. and Mr. ill. A. McKlllop for donations; Ihe Tcrrill Co. tor Plants. The Vflncouvcr Proifince has following description of Iho opening ceremonies of Ihe convention of Iho Daughters Empire at Victoria Victoria, aided of flclallyVby representatives o[ the gov ernmenl, formal reception In the proylhdal library to tho visit Ing nlkmners ,ofi the Imperjnl Daugh tern of the Empire. In ho'nor of th occasion" 'building wvjre illuminated, More than 700 per 1...Ii allcndcd Iho affair. Tho visitor were received by Iho president of th executive of IKo provincial chapter Mrs. Honry Crofl, and members o the executive, together with the re gents of Ihc.four municipal chapter of Victoria, VaVicotiver, New Wcsl minster and Crillllwacli.' WithMhor were Premier Brfwslor and member of the cabinet, Including Hon. W. Me Irfan, provincial secretary; lion, Dr works; lion ,T. D, Patullo, mlnlsfer of lands; lion Wm. rnlnlflter of mines, an lion. John OrrveV rplnlstsr" of dgr culture. 1'remtM Brevster .eitende a welcomo lo the visiting defagales I a short speech.IB whkh he represser! hll grallrlcatlon.thlit Victoria wna honored add Ihe hope! that tho jras riot lar distant when British Ci lambls would again be we! e' He' ANNO UNCEMEN T Summer Is upon ui and the call of the fresh air and sunshine its appeal particularly lo the Inside Apparently as yet no concerted action hae been taken by the Retail Merchants of Lethbndge to institute the half holiday during the summer months. In order that the memben of the Hudson's Bay Athletic Association (an association of employees of this shall be able to enjoy Ihelr recreation facilities at the Club House en Henderson Lake, we have formulated a scheme to make.U possible for half our staff to spend, Wednesday afternoon on hoii- I days during the months of June, July and August On each Wednesday I afternoon half our staTf will take the holiday. To us to do this and at the same time maintain our tervlce, wo each Wednesday morning offer special to shop early. We will be delighted lo meet you here at any time during the day, but we intend to make it especially worth your while to In the morning when the full stall will be Ln attendance. Watch Tues. Her aid for our first Wednesday Shop Early Specials SPECIALS FOR TONIGHT On Sale 7.30 to 10 at "The Bay" iljADIES' HANDSOME The styles and beautiful now color excels. Well worth JSO.Oi) lo ?35.QO. KelllnE lonight and Monday. -I n Your choice i LADIES' COHSETS Fine could quality. Six hose supporters, j JQ All sizes. 100 DOZEN LADIES' HEM- STITCHED HANDK'CHIEFS Sr.ecially priced tonight, 7.30 to'10. 8 handkerchiefs for LOC KEVEKSIBLE SMYRNA'BUGS Orientnl and Hora] design. Fringed 31a 2Ti51 iDcbes. Regular (3.7S. A 7Q Tonight special COYS'BOOT SPECIAL, PAIR Uunmclal button or blucher boots wllh a-med- ium solo and block toe. A serviceable boot for Bchool or dress irear. Sizes 1 lo n TonigHt Special, J.Dj MEN'S FINE MEIKJERIZED PYJAMAS. With vtlte frog fastcnen. Regslar )3.25. O Soap, 5 cakes for 25c Limit 10 caket to Pure Cocoa. Dint sealers. Regular 35c. >Special 25c English Vinegar Regular 25c, Special bottle MON. GROCERY A FULL SUMMER DRINKS IN BOTTLES Klonteerrat Lime Juice BoUle Rose Brand Lime Juice Bottle Raspberry Vinegar Bottle 30c and Grape Juice at 2 for Sic, 30c, 50t 50c QA Loganberry Juice OC-v Bottle 'Orangeade, Ginger" Wine arki'Raipberfj'' Vinegar, boltlo i Quaker Oatl. t pkgi. Pure Jam with apple, 4 Ib. Raspberry and ,i.7_ Evaperatxf Milk i I California ffO Per Un-.........------. aVOC California Egg Plums, n great sLrngglc for Iho liberties of Lhe vorld biusl he 'riserIbccl.. A plcaalnE feature of Ihe evening was preslrttallon by Mrs. Henry GootlcThara, of T6rrjnlo''nall6nal president oE the or- der, b( ra maghlflcenl b'onrjUel of red and White flovrora lied with a bluo ribbon, the three colors of "Ihc order. Mrs. Croft oppressed tho groat plea- sure which-WAS felt by the Daughtcrn of the Empire 6t British Columbia In welcoming their fellow mcmbrra from (he other provinces of Cnnnda. U Wna an occasion which heretofore had been io_tho Urllfgh Columbia members some Ib Ing little more tang- ible than a drcarri', but R dream that had come ITUC. Mrs. Croft alluded lo the splendid work dono by' Mra. Gooderham at headquarters, also referring to tho cfforla of Mr6. John JJruce, who was one of the parly of daughters, who cstabHshed the' order fn (bo west. She welcomed also Mrs. who has done n great donl for tho order In the United Plaice. Mrs. Goouerrmm expressed, on be- hnlf of herself "and the vhlilng dele- gates nl tho wftrrnth, of tilcnilcit to them by Oie IJrl Cohirubla Daughters of the Em- pire.- In Ihelr hearts always would DQ lha pleasant rasaory'-cl.ihia.proy- nco and Us whole-hearted hbfepitallly. During (he cTcnlng excellently ren- dfercfl sclcrllona by the 6th Rcgtmeot hand were mnch enjoyed. The presence as a guard of honor of eighty nicmbera of the Esfiiilmall Cadet corps was a feature of Hid oc- casion. Cuba prohibits gold exports. ANTI-CONSCRIPTION FORCES IN MAO CHAftC AFTER A WOMAN Montreal, June woman who asked, ID EngUjb, at an antl-coRScrlp' tton meeting a', the corner and SI. Andre last night, "lesfi -talking was chased home, by a portion -of. Hie crowd ol sons. She was uninjured. the' meeting a crowd marched iKroaKh-- i, 1 and 2 thn. ground lor Fercoliton. Never to balai IM ;CHASE iAN'BOP-'.V ;