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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAfiEEtC.HT DAILT WEDNESDAY. JUNE G, M7 A RALLY AT (Trem Our Own Flncter Greet. Juno ol ihe krgest political gatherings so far lu the present campaign greeted Ihe fpcftUrs at the Conservative meeting en Saturday nlghi. Mr. A. B, Cox acted as chairman and after wehoittinE the audience, tailed Mr. JoLn lha Conser- fatlfe candidate to address iho house. Mr. Keiumls spofce IDT ihlny live: minutes, explaining ihe position o[ an opposition tcembiT In the house of parliament anil lu conclusions hq lhal In visiting the diltercut neighborhoods of the that he found everywhere ibe'sime Bpirit of tolerance and indtrfe-riocc ot the election, but the one and only ene'bls Interest was that of the war, ot the casually lists, ot war condil- ions' and news Qf loved ones at the front'. Liberal speakers were then -Riven. in 'opportunity to address the meet- log or to make any inquiries desired, [I but ds no one ecemed to wish to do I! EO. the fhilmin called tnr Mr, T. M. l: Twe'edle. Mr. Tweedie, Tho is so well i known to Pinctier Creek audiences. i having addressed them on the Pat- riotlc Fund'needs on two occasions, ind'. for their generous respond he looSt the opportunity ol Mi jtict wlilclt ytxe a. record ol Uic p.tft icars of tdu l-rov- incD at Alberta's and llos. At several points he received dcrous EVl'lause. His slfitewenls of Iho aiuousis tor iMvellins cl Iho. iiu'lubeis o) the ot the salaries paid ite Vlility Commlisloa, of n lmmtr.it range of ttylei and qualUItt In ftkiru, ranging In tliei from 23 to 33 Inch waltt WHITE REPP WASHABLE SKIRTS At WHITE REPP WASHABLE SKIRTS WHITE PIQUE AND REPP SKIRTS ALSO OTHERS AT 12.H, 0.75 'AND 13.00. FANCY SPORTS SKIRTS IN STRIPES, PLAIDS AND SQUARES IN A VARIETY OF THE GOOD COLORINGS. JVA and 94.UU Cool White Voile Blouses Special Usw, rilues it tie following prices; and Middies for Women and Girls Belted Norfolk.and plain stylos. All whlto or with colored trimmings. Priced, at and KEEP COOL UNDER A SMART SUN SHADE An eKtenilve range of black and colored tun chadet all the new new shapei ef frame and neweit combinations of colorlngi in a variety of mater- lilt- LADIES' SUNSHADES. Priced at 91.50, LITTLE SUN SHADES FOR LITTLE GIRLS A doien or more cute vvyles Tor Vne Uttle iDlt-rIn all fancy and plain itylec. Prices nm at 65c, 50c, S5c Genuine Pannpia lists for I Winnipeg Man., June 5. It learned today that Rev. John Henr Riddell, principal ol Alberta college Edmonton, has tech selected by Wesley college, hoard, the new principal ot that institution Dr. Rfddell was formerly professor o classics at Wesley, and nt one time pastor of Grace church here. Dr. Ridden will succeed' Rev. TJr. Crummy, who has been catted lo a church in Moose Jaw. Brydotie-Jack Let Out Manitoba universllr hoard has also1 dispensed with the services of Prof. "Ernest Dry done-Jack. lie wa'a mixed up with the parliament buildings con- struction and his evidence favored the Itohlla EOYernDieuL and the Kelly con- tract. The Summer Hosiery Stocks in Splendid Condition for ttie Warm Weather Demands y HOLEPROOF for women, Silk in black ami white only..... 1... nOLEPROOF for women, Lisle at 55c, Cotton HOLEPKOPP, for children, black only 33c and 25c CROWN for >vonien. In colors, aiso usijick and white. Priced 90c, (kTcandaOc, GIRLS' SILK LISLE HOSIERY. Colors black, white, sky, pink. Priced at... 40c, 30c and 25c LITTLE GIRLS' AND INFANTS' HOSIERY in Silk and Silk Lisle. White, sky, pink and black. Per pair <10v, and 256 Important ktion Sale WADDEVGTOjV'S AUCTION BOOMS ON FRIDAY NEXT JUNE 8tt AT i P.M. SHARP. Frank Waddingion Will Sell by Public Auction and-WITHOUT RESERVE an Aisembljgt ef Very SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FUKNITUKB And cffccU parlor sullc In eollrl mahogany, upholstered In dove grey silk rep', very handsome velvet pllo Wllion rug, dove grey, with colored border, slie feet Inches; handsome bulfel In mission oak, leaded glass'fronls and bevel mirror to back' set ot 5 mission oak dining chairs, leather Eealed1, Touno. oak dining table, very heavy mission oak desk wllh G drsivEra, large doable flat lop desk Jn solid oak, small occasional round lablo In quarlor cut oak; sanitary Ipungo In splendid condition; leather utbolslereil lounge, oak oak easy cialr with loose leather seal; tolld oak rocker with leather cushion scat, large easy chair In green denim, walnut frame; very prelly bird's eye maple dresser with oval oak drcisers; heavy brass mounted beds; single bed and large six-hole cooking rarigc with hot water lank .and water front; 4-hole gas.cook slove. "the gas coll healeri "Eicolslor" while enamel llued rcfrlRcrator; large office completejSctCiunaa works In ?5-volumes; 4 volumes Standard Dictionary, and DOHERTY PIANOFO'RTE IN MISSION OAK CASE IN, SPLENDID OBOER. FULL RICH TONE. t ON VIEW THURODAY, 7 to 940 P.M. WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR Fine Ribbed Cotton and Lisle Combinations. Short sleeve or without sleeve. Knee at and Women's Cotton Bibbed Vests 15c Also others at, 23c and Ijarge Women's Ribbed Vests, 45c, and (iTx; Girls' Combinations 45c Girls' Ribbcd 25c Boys' lialbrigga.n C'oiiibiiiations.....'.'.... 75c Boys' Kalbriggaii Shirts and Drawers.....'We. Montreal, June two hun- dred delegates from all over. Cf.nada present this momjnE at the con- [vocation ol the Presbyterian'church association, the organization which Is opposed to church union S3 adopted by the I'resbftettan Gcnetal Assem- bly. Wbllc the proceedings tola morning were In tho nature of 4 fiklrmlsb In preparation for the "al- which will be carried out In the sessions Ihla afternoon and even- Ing; tho attitude of members was definitely summed up In a Ecntcnce from the address of nev. Andrew Robertson, of Toronto, ID which he said: "Our present duty Is to maintain and continue Iho Prcabylerian church In Canada. Tberc Is no other purpose for wlilch ttiis association extsta." Jfr. Hobertaon outlined the purpose of .the Presbyterian church associa- tion and reviewed tho work that had already been done In Iho various cities of Canada opposing church union. "TW! la a he tali, "which bas split the church In twain. No mailer what we Ihlnk or Bay U Is nevertheless true, that, we have been put nti the Defensive by meti In whom we have put our trust. It IE clear to anyone who familiar with Iho Mtua. tlon that Ihe church union advocates would, fiol have secured a majority on which they now rely bad tho men overseas Ijetn consuHctl. The leaders of ihe union parly have thrust us lo the wall." WOMEN'S SILK AND LISLE GLOVES j 2-Bulton Double Silk Gloves in white, black and grey. Gloves thai will give satisfaction, to the Wearer, Prices and Lisle Gloves. White and black only, per pr, 60c ChainoiKt'tte Gloves. White and natural. Per 1.25 Women's Sport Suits at each Smart Styles made from Fancy Wash Silks. Coat and Skirt, -with girdle, large cape collar, pouch pockets; also Sport Suits and Clearing Sale of Silk Suits for Ten Days AH our New Taffeta Silk iSiiits now on sale at the lowest figure you've ever heard of for the qnal- ity ami styles we offer. AH Silk Suits that sold at Now All Silk Suits that sold at 925. Now DON'T MISS THIS SUIT EVERY SUIT A GENUINE BAKGALV 'jiM The Simpson Co., Limited David TecSford, of TcdforJ of Alvlnolon, Ont., iltdd afre'r a tliort Illness, Murdoch, 12.50 cih A., a., received word this niofnlng" fifs Hit, Lance Corn. Wwla Murdoch, had wounded on Mny lllh. Corp. Jlurdoch waa a member or an Alberta battalion going rlo Uio Iront early In the Not long n.so ivord was re- ceived Ijrollior of Dorp. Mur- doch had hcen wounjcd. Another lirolhcr died on hla way.over to Ihe front. Tho family formerly lived In Slelllcr. Pte, Nor'rlt Vfounict. hii ben received by J, Fuller rwh St.' N., ttist I'te.'T', Norrls, has vounded ID the face and ilioul- der. Itc Norrls lelt here the 113th and lioforo cnlblmont worked for Iho C. H. on NIC lion WAS SUNK Vienna. June G, via Undon, 3 D.m. An Austrian torpedo Itoat wna torpedoed knd aunV uy hoMllc sshmarlne ttlfkl In the north: i-rn Ailrlnlc, H !s ottclilly nnnouncetf todiy, OPPOBSO REOISTRATIOH. .Now York, Juno first trillion day nrrcal on i at on- poling corjEcrlpllon lo be rcporlcd dlslrlcl occnrred II floboken, wliere Otlo Schroeier, birt In Otrmany, was Into cuHoit for distributing htiul-Mlls JIie..ilraft lie wan belli on a charge ot ;