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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNK 28. 1917 THE LETJIBRIDGIi DAILY PAfiB SEVEN- SEPARATE PEACE PLAN IS v CATEGORICALLY REJECTED diiEE Leiuorldso 20-81 by meaiberi' of the Honorary AdiUory Council tor. Scientific ud nilustrlil llwwrth, laUanlK (rota (be cnjUnnan lalli ot the propoud vlsll: Troletzor JYanS D. Aiiau, P.M. S.. of the FmcuJlr of Applied Science. McOlll Prot, H. Ituttan, head ut department ol .Valslrj' of tie uolTenlty, and all invobcn 'ol (W 'honorary advlaory council Tor selnUtle and In- duitrtal research, bivt anaifed, aa required by oouncll at Ill last aeellng, to spend" loiflfl weoka In ih'Ute prartnces of Saskatchewan, Brlllili Colombia, for purpoae of conanlt- var- ious Industrial Interecti an4 ol the technical Initltutona' In tnese'centrea, and will, lure Ottawa ,lo carry oul the arrauteniDDl on Jmly.Tta.'1 Eball be la about "If It were- possible lo arrange for a number ol representative citizens 61 I-elhbrldge Id meet Committee ol the" Council anil dlsciua matters gen- erally bearing Industrial deYel- CHAMPION (Worn Our Own Champion. Juno Saturday evening, Juno 16i Mrs. G, Lobban en- tertained the organlced Bible clait, ID honor of Rev. R. itolloway and Presldent Ilunllngtoti. who are lur- ing. A very pleasant evening WM spent with lamei, after which daloly nJrMhmenli were aerved. On Thuriday evening the new'mov- lug picture company opened hare. "Neptune's Uaufblcr" waa the v fea- ture and waa enjoyed by all. 'arloty Orchestra [urnlihcd the nwlc tolli for Iho sliow and Iho dance lhal ollovrcd. They are 2to jiul on. pie'-' urcs Ihreo nights a neck with the orchestra on Thursday ertmJmt, when a danco will follow Iho on Saturdaya a matinee will also to liven. Mr. und Mrs. M. G. Clever ol Mllo. OWE, arrived In Champion on o rlelt Ihelr con, M. O. Clever, motored all the way, having June resolution categorically, .rejecting any move (or a between Germany and fceeo adopted by an by the con-, tress of workmen's and soldiers' do- pi Bit RUBSla. The Uio same time de- clares that reiteration of peace at (lie corlksl poislble day IB the molt Im. nortanUneidibl the Russian revolul- lonary democracy: and the Prov- il would opmcnt' In Ince ot Alherla _ greatly facilitate Ihe'.objeeU Ihe com- mittee of the coDrlcll'has ID rlov In vlllllng. Lelhbrldse. "'Would''lhe dale-mentioned be a convenient and suitable one- lor .Hie committee lo vlsll-Letbbrldge for Uie objects referred lo? "Hoping to havo.a reply-trom you at an early am sincerely, "A: FIIOM i'lsoxT Tiey lally trailer, with full ctmp- nj outfit. They retort n fine trip. Frank Anderson, our Denial Mc: nulck dcsjer, reports bull- II. BouUy, of ftimoufikt, (Confer va- live) CHipoaed Iho hill. He said he op. paced conscription bemuse II lun- Iruy to Ibe conditions and constitu- tion', of the country. He considered that Canada had fienl soldiers and money already In sufflclenl quantity, Mr. Houlay satil lhat Mr. Gaulhler, lie member (or SL. Hyacinth, had prel- ly correctly stated the feelings ot Que- bec In Ms ipeecb Ihe oilier night. He added thai he thought ho had said lo make Ihe bouse understand ivhat he means. Mr. Boulay declared In closing lhat when Ihe French-Can- adians get fair treatment ID regard lo schools ID other parts ol Ihe Dominion, will be willing to eullst In thous- ands: Mr. Seguln, of L'Assumpllon. who followed, opposed Ihe hill, as also did ness nishlcg: his great dlfjllcully aPnjnll, siimlreal bolne Ihe Inability lo gel as many P A- ot Montreal. SIHon Was Present cars as he can turn over, Icmbcr ol lasl year he has placed nlnely-nlno cars, and providing he can got Ihe rars, lully cxnecls lo run tho number ui> to a hundred and Lty the end of Iho company's oflidal year, lie lias alto sold twelve gns en- glnea and utno separators. V iRov. and Mrs. lladdou and con ar- rived on Friday to take up the church wnrk hero. I'lans are out. and work Is lo start Immediately on uUc enlarge merit.ol Ihe parsonage. -Mr. Itadddn give au intorcsllng address on ;Sun- day ovehlne. Messrs. Frank and Howard gmllh lett last Monday lor the Slates, There they wwn railed on account ol Iho Friday and Sat will be our Last Two Days in Business 'V -J" THESE AVICI; BE REASONABLE T: -v OFFER SHALL Tan Calf Walk-Over j 'Rfflnps arid Oxfords. prices, on soles IB.OO and" ?5.50. Sizes 2 lo n. Friday and Saturday 1 if High Cut Vici Kid Button Boots. '..Lealher Louis heels, receding loe, turned-' soles. Regular 18.60. All sites. J Of7, 'Friday and Saturday 4.OO' i Pairs of Dorothy Dodd and Tan calf and patent and hbtton Prices stamped on soles hy maker's. lb.J7.tW. Sizes 2 to 4. Friday and i np aalurday l.JJ Indies' Patent Lace Boots. Cuban heels, medium loes, dull Vld lop. All nllesVl Regular >5.00. Frllioy iiii HOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND TEHE CHILDREN, TIIOUS- T0 Ladies'Patent Button Boots. 9l iladies' High Cut Mahogany 1 Cuban heels, receding ton, Ooodrear welted I "irolea, Dull sizes and widths. Made'' by Harrison Ic Darion bl Chicago. Reg- ulnr ifi.OO. Friday and Saturday Walking Btoots. heels and-narror toes, Ooodyear nclted An 'fashionable bcol. (12.EO M TiluV Friday and Saturday. J.4D THESE ARE BUT A FEW OF ilHE -MANY MIGHTY BAR- GAINS THAT YOU Meii's Box Kip Bluchers. Heavy Tan Calf Bluchers y, Hoity all slica, a good wearing boot.' I .WTiole atocK Elk. An eilra good quality. Hesulur f of I f7.50. Friday and Sttariay............................. 'OTJB PRICE ON AND CHILDREN'S WIIITE' CANVAS PUAIPS, AND FOR FBI. AND SA-f. Chlldrth's Button Vici Kid Burton r.AH sIScs, S (0.1014. FUrular U.M. 1 toe. Sizes 5 lo All 1 oft and Saturday............... 1.J9 J1.7S. Frldny and Sal'day l.aiv {THESE ARE BUT SHOES F ,'jiijy WHAT -WE WILL SIILL AND SATIJIIDAY. The Cut-Rate American Boot Shop 'entity's OM Stand Ottawa, June A. L. Sllton. premier ot Alberta, occupied a scat on the floor ol tho house when par- liament met Mils afternoon. Thomas White, minister of fin- ance, on a question of privilege drew attention lo an editorial In Ihe Tor- bnlb Globe elating lhat have been paid out ID bounties on Iron srnTsteel'ttnd'lhal this affordwlsomo compensation lor the business Ux. Sir .TSomfls ejplalneJ that Ihe edi- torial upoa entirely erron- eous grounds because the homilies on Iron and Eleol expired live years ago and have not been renewed. Carvell'i Spcecn. F. B. Carvell, resuming Ihe dcbalo on Ihe canscrlpllon hill, said he found himself In a most peculiar posillon. No man In tbe house hud criticized the -government more, and ho believ- ed .the criticism was Justified. In Ihe fulure, notwithstanding the otli- iudc he was laklng loday, he would Criticize II he considered II lo he ncccssBry lo do .so. Mr. Can-ell said lhal the day war broKe oul he had telegraphed Sir Laurler. asking him to give the support ol Ihe Liberal party lo Iho government in Ihe prosecution ot Ihe KST. The prime minister says loday more meu. The same Pry was going forth from all Ihe nl I'led countries. Canada stands pledg- send every possible man lo Ihe fjont until the war Is won. The prime minister also Eays that a compulsory military eervice hill is necessary. Mr Carvell was not sure that Sir Robert Bordcn la right bul he had taken this altitude. have not got tlic ncrre to he added, "lhat he is wroni onj I am right." Mr. Carvell pralscS Ihe British hon far the manner In which they had ral lo the Hag and he hoped lha Canada would loot nfler them when the' war Is over. Everybody was agreed, he said, Huff the mon to win the war''1 must be provided, and Ih only difference of opinion Is-as to th metlibUB to 'be adopted to aecur Ihein.': The UnlledSjSlates remained out of the war as long as decency and public opinion hsr to do so and.then the sreatjroass ol peop] rpae up and said: .We are not golni to'Bghl 'for Ehglanff we aro going I tight" for The people o tbeOUiilled Slates eiceptio "jay, he paid, they are going lo see th war-lhrough to an end. .-Mr. Carrell sympathize sincerely'with tho position ol his lead er, ;Slr' Wilfrid LaErier, a iiiafi i iwhom'ho had Ihe grealesl confidence. I He; realized tlial JhV.bill Is eilremely unpopular in would not ipeak ot the c'aUEes'bul II musl not Lc forgotten lhat a fefj years ago certain spcnt- undreds' of- thousands of. dollars in eabhliig the. peoiil'f of Quebec lhat torler was inlrcduce con-1 cffpUon5 Today Canada was reaping ie. H put Sir Wll- ID IheJpOBiliou he Unds Imielf in today, j. 'iReferring: to certain IreuicderAte tleralices In speeches delivered In he'h'puM yeaterda'y, Mr. Carvcll itiras sorely tho lime for.moderate get.together. In nhjns- riek, and Roman are living- together In peace ,rjd''iarmoDy. They esapn' lor the pcopla of Ontario and f 'jt Rehfrlng to tho referenrliim amend- ment.. Mr. Carvel) rsald lhat ho had alth' hi Ihe Ihe country Is and Ihe rnen yet to be pro- Canada might be Ihe decld- ng tactor. The United Slates did nol to.decide lo go nto .Ue war, BUhodgh President wra wai probably, elected by the pacl- Mr. parrell fjld'he represented Ihe Flewl >'of those whb favor a refercD- Inm7bot he .help asking ilnuclf what would happen..If the r was 'defeated. For that the TJropowl good enovgh lor him ajid wbiild -Voto a'galntt (he reforewlum' ud for the jlll.-Jdeipilo.- Ihe fact that the word coucrlplton' to him. ago he would not have voted .today .when Ihe reen cannot he lecnred, the situation Mr, Carvell believed, that. Chd voluntary, system ihoulf- be given 'mo more chance. 'people get, he laid, "and make one more mlihty at- tempt jq get rid'of Ihe-nefesElly of. pnlorclng1 this Mr. Carroll said lhat hut people could ,1 realize what It mealTj 16' him to.: vote against his leader, kpl lie desired both his friends nad-hls know that he had; not'lost his conlMcnco In Ihe honeutv, Integrity; loyalty, and.up- ilajilneaa of sir TjWrld HUN OPERATING ON' OF ATLANTIC A D A M S It isn't always possible to carry fruits with you, they're so bulky. But any titne of day or night you ;can a lorigpvway Ipward satisfying the fruit taste ;0y chewing Adams California ;Fruit Gum. 'CANADIAN CHEWING GUM ca LIMITEO _____' ____________ j C appearing In (ho weslern'.prisas'jcgartltns the will or late.ScmUof .ItoberL Mackay IIBTC lieen TJie Ht-raKl has se- tiiireil, tacls niario known when the "Vlir'was probalctl: the estate shall be dl- parts, one to be divided >VDirected In ArLlclc ol this the otlicr held by Iho ciecylira.iind of ns directed In manner Ihe property his vile Is to sold seturl- tiea set'apart'for her annuity, to bo dlvldW Jn J1 parts anrt dlvltlcrJ as In Article 'Article part to be tlivlded In "eqiiiiFSAi.iPeij among "such ot niy my death, Ibe Uine..pi deceased child (o fake Ihe pjice and share by rcpi all the children share iJIkA Inline eight million dollar McKay pf.LcLhbrldEC, Is one of six. guess tLat the British, lalrlke in the Ihe soulhern of the new taken up by Ihe Germans after the .Wytschactc dcCeat. All the o "great offensive will' he; French srhool, has returned from CanSiton, where he condiicled the school nation. 'tj _ A. S. Xorton, wife and 'C- ft [or the Yellowstone Park Frldty la Lheir Hudson six Mr Norton first Mifratliite to a to the Tamous by Alice, the 10 year old daughter of Mf. and Mrs, 0. W, ed Insl cvcnhig froni the Gait hoipttal, sfully undervent ant operation (or appendlcllls Changes In the Gait'Hospital stuff will take place next when-JIIsa who baa superin- tendent (or some time j resigns her post to take a holi- day. The hospital board h'as'j ehgafeied Miss Edilh A. McClarly Satton, Qiic.; lute Hay as and Mlsa Cartwrlghl, graduate oMne Slicrbrooke Laffcrty bus been', ofdclo member of the hospital pbanl, ProtldeiMc.v Jnirt The Journal, loday, Slilei goireroBeajt. ion of Infonnatloa it which UP INI CepeTitecb.'.Junp mili- tary, ,wjth 'enlightenment fur- nlahfilfjIOjftemfby Iho war press biir- cityVss.'lthe. opinion lhal the BrUfsh drb'vreparlug a new offcnElTO, Halg'a tattles In nok nofc nnd now there nlonp tttlit Jcavc them In un ctrfalnly'j as ft'Oio section on which tWbloVwIl.l (all. In Ihe that bl In .the '.lasl i'cro lo corer 'a rc- a surprise, al- front with ai concentration ol believe: tht north ol Yprca. .rninfnrj O RECORD PRICES FOR WOOL Toronto; "June prices have been secured: for over pounds of wool, sold co.-operathely by Ontario farmers under tuc au of the Ontario 3 IMP association. H B Wade sec today the-- wlefi, which. were made by tender. Prices averaged well over' 60c per- fiound. Thla Is believed u> Hie li-ehest In IhB'hlatorr of Canada. Orer firaiera parllclpRted. The which sold co-opcratlTelvVby lender, was vilued. Hi about MO tFrocii Our Own Magrntb, June acefcers passing regularly oulomolille wtnrfliig itielr'lwa'rMo he lakes. It (s cxpecUrf that IM fie to lha lakes will be hcivlcal over llila year. Shearing 13 practically :hc'MQgralh district.' Yhc wool InVar- otjly turned oiii heavlir iJiari Wai.B.n- llclpated, averaging S MOB! of tfii! wool Is bMfig shipped twl, hut llml which has tccp Bold.his hel- led Bomcwhere flroundi Tho crop .oullooXni t till llujf V cncniirnglng thnn al'.lho pfbbably'hidro surnnieF (alloSfnaCiili be done Ihls year lha A eVer' before.', John K. Slagratb, Lut tislllng And. lur hiutmni Is looking ulvo Interests In Rrnilhem They will return la' taod'th Joseph Aliton hag trriro alter an absence fjf In .Stall Studio Closed I-- t During July Owing to Mr, Alllaen'l from (he city (he iludlo Mil be doted during month of July. We wlllf however, -malntjlfi'.our i ttrvlct In making Passport Which will be (Ivwi iftlimtn tALMOPlAL ;