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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Till'; LCTHBUHKIK DAILY HERALD MONDAY. MAIICII 21. 1021 MESSAGES TO BOYS OF THE DOMINION GREAT PREMIERS AND A FAMOUS GENERAL it i OTTAU M li Mt r-i to the yon ill ot Canada I com I'p.'um'r Ar-i i tliur Mci'lun !in "Mi Kin Km) i' Liberal It nk id II u 1 U'uder of tin I'i j. K i K i read by Kcv. K. 11. U'liykv iu Knox and M I'rosbyton in 1 b t I i h i 1 i J'remiiM "Wt n 11 if. i in n n "You iu lot l iilf itl in nt h i li men. I a n oU tlu t it t u t uj >i 1 f 11 v in u i i in ii p i i in i u i i assume tho rult1 of Nor Hon. Mr. the sage ever who cull impmvt- M--n T. A. ivr.Lr on the t mn ill tt m M n i in i times tM o -Ji d t i i it i i it t 01 reaction Itunnn i i1 u iiri il n t i i U-acing, t.u do I l.uiu loi i i in t n n n i'vy. mmd t "Tbei't1 i >nn m pi >KU t M u lit. l i ti iii1 on'.: only, i i n t tn ph i negatut living get on nouh r u tb t in on t M mo n n only way to conquer i-: M w'nitli tfn'y cd. H to work; the onU nod don i ih it i loth i n 11 is to do rijrin. I repent in al-; of duir.ii nr wurtli, i i identical lnnsiiHKr ihe auvi.c j virtue ;nv tin- r ;i predecessor in i given honor, u m h faint's.-. H time of life much older Mum mine: in al! things. Iho py.i'luv of MCeep your ptirpos true by file noiir-; rule. honest ishwent of good HterHlmv: pvarrii'r1 j ntht-rs. Uavr- for ill? canliuul virtues to out and a JM-SIOU jusiicn liii; world to Second, don't foreoi ti'at overy Hon, MacKenzie King i-en in a diMiiocriu-y !ii ion Tbe messase of Hon. MacKeoBie hi'sh lov. a duty io KingioiJows: coiiiurv. to an in its af- He jVai-m-s tor 'hf n.'.nu1 c of your t-ountry. for y.ntr prov- Mage tor im-e and t'u- eommmmv in which yon Aeroplanes At Sea-Jiyo. QnMiiy i, a boit.-.- Kouiry mow .ment. When the questions of applications tor the entertainment of the con- ference were brought up. just, before luncheon. Regit'U was f he only place convention next w... ,n.-m t there. At delegates ud- lounied to I'wrt Artiiur and sat down o luncheon, each busi- j ie.'S and profossKia boing grouped to- local chapter of the Daughters I of the Km p ire undertook to do the j j serving, and tho organization was ex- ttvmt-ly successful. Alter luncheon, K. Hunter of Winnipeg, on the j interr.ational t'onveaiion to be held at this Dimmer ami Dr. i C. C. McCullonga 'yave "a message I from Rotary." of Htanflfttt'n and KH contlnuud IK due In u largo measure 'In ability. During period the inilto Imvu not had a ser- -ions ucfldmil 'or tiHitbrr h u them i been a strike, which is iu purl explain- rd Ity the fart that rinrliiR all ihix time (hen! hecit no general reduction Mn WHFIPS. In I'JOT JoJm Stuntleld was asked to mutest iho by-election in tho inUnivsts of tho iwriy. In one of the most KpectHdular elcn-tionH thiil KViM1 took iu Nova Scotia, ami 'iHitwHUstiindinis Iho fact that both 1 Kedei-jl and Local flovevuinents were Liberal, ho was elected. At tho gen- t EM al elections hi .IMPS ho was again i und was made C'hief Whip of i the CouHorvjilive party at Ottawa, i Attain in September, he was (eieeted. He thon boeame. gov- ernment wnip. und no more popular or ertk'lent tmo ever hold Ihu rolnp than j hiiucflt John Stanttfilrt. In 1010 he was offered a senatorship, but refused. Later in the year, when in England, he. was offered tho hitch position of Kovernor of N'ova Scotia. ly in he rusiKncd his pusi- tfon as rhief whip. Ihe wur VMM HIHII looking VHry tierloiiM, and he dc-' cliled his iluls, itH a MK, niHti, WHS lo lo utid IlKht. hlti icuiiil push und en- he raised llu> reKlinent known the In a few diiys. CnCnrluiiat-dy, while in ehurtre of IHuhiftild HriKil'le al Ahlershot, lif overtaxed his and nearly this life, lie was ruiOiod on a special Halifax and a serioux opera- i tion was performed. Doolnrs diKisted (lhat it wouhl be liiiposnible for him lo continue his military ditiio.n. lu! would luive to lako tit a j ytiitr's rest. John" would not listen to this, und in a few it KU ins t their wishes und advice, lie returned to bis military duties and in due rours" went Knftland. j John Sfiinfield's recent appointment. I lo the senate by Premier is the moyt popular OUR that has boon made for rnauy u long day. The new senator is in his fiord year, and is at present oi'Kanidng the First IlatUilIoii of the Colchestor and Hants Ilegi- meiH, of which he is colonel. HP has two sons, John and Harold. BRANDON EXPECTS VICTORY Mar. List; i nijilu to zero weather ensures hurd j j ice Tor the final game tonight in the- j Allan cup series, when Toronto Var- j city will endeavor to overcome Bran- don's H-goal lead and capture the i Canadian uiuateur hockey honors. -Tliei-e will bo another capacity crowd. "We were fairly ou Satur- day.'7 said Bert Ramsay. Varsity cap- tain, "and we give 1'irandon credit for putting up a masnineent struggle.' w.' ,iM Bob caDtain of ttn, Ho "SS ?W nnmdoirs victory tonisl.t if l.i.s men played as well as they ,lui Saturday _ I ___ j NO SOCIALISM FOR QUEBEC PROVINCE; 'l.OXDOX. Mar. (Canadian As- soriated Press. 1--T1H1 iifiivince 01' Quebec is solidly arrayed against any Suciidistic or expei-iju-'ntnl poliry oc i-'ppartnre from the principles wlllcll hitherto have guided of j Caniula. according to Horace the .Montreal lawyer, who has given an interesting interview to tho Times. !n this present relations between Grail Britain and France, Mr. Gagne sues an incentive to closer co-opera- j tion between the French anil ISngllsh- j I siieuking neonln nf Canada. ai flrst StanSelds at. spools, he start- Pcl f ths nee of le to learn tho en Im.smes.s, fiye years were spent in some of America's best mills, two of tlie'ff years at the Pacific Mills, then the largest Mills in tho world. Upturning to Trim> later on, he in liiirtni'rship with his brother bought out their father's smnli woolen mill. In 1S96 Stanlicld's mill employed 17. Tin- Mrn-over was approximately ari'l tho prailts Each sue- eefcding year has shown a substantial increase, in fact, for 25 years Stan- field's has not an unprofitable year. Last year, 1920 (their 23th annlver- sury) was a record, total sales being The -gross proBts es- ceedej or nearly 7 per cent, on the total turn-over. Ym- 35 years John Stanflold IM< here; ready to fit Tall men, Short men, Stout men M well as the men of average build. Fit-Reform was the first in Canada to produce garment! designed expressly (or the various types of men. We have the Suit and Overcoat to fit you, in a style and fabric that will harmonize with your ideas of good tmte and your seiue of sound values. 'Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire Result of my campaign on Clothing Prices SALE has broken all records. This we are making it better than ever. We. have again went through our stock and find lines which we are overstocked the reductions this week will show that we are out to bring the prices of clothing down. HIGH-CLASS CLOTHING AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Prices That Are Real OVERCOATS PAUL AND WINTER WORK GLOVES He'avy wool mixture, storm lars; resnhir Sale.......-............ Heavy woo) coal; reg- ular 5Gu.uO: iralf Heavy wool coat: regu- lar Sale ........i rleavy wool 1 Mules kin gauntlets; re.mi- leavy wool coat: ar JU.OO; Salt- .........ip.JlU.uU lar Sale RAINCOATS SPECIAL SALE OF ODD PANTS iicludini; corduroy and hr-uvy cottun- nle lEcpnliir to Sti.'jQ. p Tweed coats. iibsoluiHy royular fcjn.00: -i A A ,Haie Tweed iUjsohilfjIy water- proof: regular vSale Wnid pdhardiiiti to Sit If SPECIAL LINE OF MEN'S DPvESS PANTS HEADLIGHT OVERALLS Heavy weight. Jdue, Mack, und regular An t p Kluc strips lA'ei'iillri und n r jiifkRt: rfig. S2.7-1; ill ailfl colors, faft llcaiiliir; sale WORK SHIRTS ALL KINDS. 'iuod hii: i-iKMuy sliirts; rf. -I t ri.viiilar Halt Ufa vywclfht IJHinn-ls; vjf anil Hale. 0 hiits. ilotadialiln c-.-d- our pevsoiKU KUanintoy 01 eaii.ituc- tiuii, or nionoy refunded jijht as chtior- luliy as Look it from you. lui vt- made no chiiEt's of clothing iju- tills we tiro jui-t nvcr-i-KK'Ucd; and you will Sml lijnl nil oi' our li lyh-cliifis cloth i UK just I said I would bHiifi flu.- prica of lothiny 1 have. A'.-s Qnn CITITC 300 SUITS TO CHOOSE FROM Reg. ?4U.OU Sale Keg. .S-la.OO; Sale JU-M'. Soo.OO; Kale Reg. Sale Keg. S50.00 Sale Reg. Sale S34.50 S26.50 Home of T. D. Clothing FANCY SILK NECKWEAR "JUST WRIGHT" SHOES Cheney ailk res, ?2.2ri and Sale Silk neckwear, in all colors and shapes; reguliir ?3.00; Sale HOSIERY Special line of hose: reg. Sue pair. Sale, 3 pair Black cashmere lioao; resu- lar S5c: fiule --................DUC Mercerized hosiery, in black pA and grfy; reg. Inf.] Halo .....DUC MEN'S BRACES end Hracna, extra (junlity filiiHlic: I'eg'.ilar 95C f-tid Itrados, extra quality chisUc: rnsuhtr SI. DO: l.cnther end liratcs. extra quality regular 60 PAIR OF CALFSKIN BOOTS UIiK-her iMit. block toe. weltotl -sin itl! lej'.thnr shop. Uog- Tan oxfords; regular 513.00; Hale Tans and black, recede toe, wolteil soles. Regular to SliJ.OO. Hale UNDERWEAR SECTION wool shirU und ftp (Irawors; reg. All wool comljinatfcms; rrs. Kale Stiuififihl's ribbed eoinbin- utioils: reg. 56.3D; Snle ___ HAT AND CAP SECTION Ljii'gfi shipnient of spring raps just jirrived, and will bis included 111 sale. new spring styles; A g ivBiilar ?2.fiu; Hale ........J1.4D Caps, now tiprfng stylefi; An nr Caps, now miring sty (f o rn rftsuhn1 Sale, (Japs, ne.w spring styles; AC regular Salt; STETSON HATS Values frmn to CA Sale FELT HATS All colors and styles: SIJ.OM and ST.OII valiicn: Kwle, Big Sale Is Gaining In Popularity Every Day A Real Winner When It Comes To Values ;