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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MAY LETimnmGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN CLARKE CO. THE STORE Phone 453 612 3rd S. Specially Attractive Saturday Bargains in Merchandise of Superior Quality LINES FOR WHICH WE PLACED ORDERS A YEAR AND A YEAR AND A HALF AGO TO AVOID''THE HIGHER PRIDES LATER PUT ON AND SELLING TOMORROW AT A QUARTER TO A THIRD LESS THAN WOULD BE POSSIBLE IF PURCHAS- ED NOW. Galuleas, 30c Prticnl Value 40c' And next to Impossible to eel at lliaL All colors guaranteed vrashnble. 32 Inches wldo. Light nnJ dark colored filrlpes. Silk Boot Hose 65c" Present Value 90c. Lovely quality Iicavy silk boot lisle (op. bccl and too. Sites S% to 10 111. Colors white, black, sky. grey. Palm Heath, etc. and Cotton Prtacnt value Flao white anil un- bleached cotton, llolh. 18.c Black Sateen J A. Preient Vafye WC Girls 3 io 12 Elas- tic legs, Button on styles. Garment Sale MILA Mr. F. Hornc spend I wo weeks Ju Edmonlon, Yeiterdar aTlc-mx-a Mrs. J. N'. Kitlchtv. regent ol (he Sir Aluuiiucr Gait chapier1. E., ami several members of tlio chaj.ior, went dui 10 Ihc barracks' bod pr gUwl of Mri. J. W. rv- lurns luuiusrjv 10 la-r haujc- iti Jlo- uou, of Antlgonish. and Mnry quaUtlea aud lino suft flulsb. Chltdrcn't OC Prevent value Me ODC Knitted walgls and while Jean, heiTlly taped and buttons for all UDiIcrGarments. Sizes 2-12. Large Bed Spreads. n Prei-rtt value biUU An oicoptlonally Rood (jualHy EprcaJ In double bod Biro. 1-Mrm and finely Ctwni 1 ft A Pretent value up to Large and small sizes. Button-ed Ironl and allp over style. SplendM quality cambric, lace and embroidery .trimmed. LadCei' Union Suite Present valbes 75c. OUC vino ribbed suiU. slccvca or slwvelcaB. All regular ladles' sizes. Eitra special lo-niorroii-. Sutunlny bargains in newest suits, coats, skirts dresses. Special reductions on (he very newest models of the QUEBEC AND THE WAR i (From the Toronto To (he Editor of'The (Itobe: An irtlcle thai npearcd recently In the maEaaitie. eeclion of The Ken- York Sunday Tjtnea, entitled "Canada In the Throes of Aculo U BO frankly parllsan fri cliamcler that an would be Eupcrfluous were It not for the grnvc Injustice It does to our French felloiv-cillzcns. -The author of that, article ctnlcs thai "tho J'rovincc of with more than 25 per cent, of the r.ulirc poriilnllon of the "Dominion, Is utterly opposed to recruiting, and has been from the French arc al- inosl unnnluioualy ojiposod to Can- participation Iti Ihe ecrlpllon Is Uie only way lo make Quebec do her share." While It must be ad milled that recruiting tn ihe Province; of Quebec lias not, reached the s trim! tin! by Onltvrio, and thai Ontario, in turn, lags behind the wes- tern Provinces, Ihe fanlasllc ciagger- ot lh_e Etalcmcnta just-quoted inast aol be allowed lo pass uncon- (rkdicted. Fortunately, aKhough TTB have no dcfinlle figures of proportion' lie cnllslmenl throughoul Uie Domln will lake un thslr icciikucc. in the city the) are tin- -iicsta of Mr, and Mrs. James Mooilie. Mrs. Maynard. W. D. L. llarJIc, Mrs, JJootay. Mis a Uir.vdiMi and Miss Marion Marrs were Iht of Ihe Sir Alexander dull clittpK-r. I.O. L.E., sciving lea at liie Hudson's Hay lea room ycsicrdny Mr. C. G. Scott of Ihfi staff o[ the Bank of ConinicrcD In the- city, has been Iransfurred 10 Moose Jaw. Mr. J. W. Oliver, also of tho lucal staff. has been iransfeiroil to YVadeua, .At card, party pivcn IRE! >y ihe new chaplcr or ihc I. O. n Ihe Knights of Pythias lin.l, the .i. which IYCTO Jonotcd. wore won or lie Ulsli whist SCOTO by .Vra, Mail- ers and Mr. Oiland, (he consols- Ion prizes by Miss Mary WarJinan dEd Mr, Terry. Mrs. F. W. Downer (ho jirizc for bridge. During the evening home made candy was sold by MtES Izy Gordon nnd Miss Wllcox. After supper had IKCH served, an in- 'onnal dance was enjoyed, the mu- sic being furnished by Miss Arnold. Sir Arthur and Lady Pearson, who lad a house 4.1 nrlghtou lor ihc irin- ler, continually cnlcrtalncd parties of men from SI. Duaslan's who have been blinded in the course o[ the Sir- Arthur Is opening n homo Tor blinded soldiers towards the Kemptowti end c( nrlEhtoa. and Is alrciidy Ihlnklne or laklog a houeo on the river. In order that SI. Duu- slan's' "shall have It na on annex dur- iug Iho hot summer months. Xot lout' ngo Sir Arthur wenl to France to'hr-lp the'cause or the blinder! sol- dlera Inere, aTid K Is lively that he may vifcU Italy for a similar purpose, t Tho regular mcclinp of Knoi I wi- les' Aid hold yesterday afternoon In the nciiool room, took Ilie form of an At Home vhcn the ladies ol Ihe1 fliUTCh entorlnircd hy thb mem- ijf- (lie Aid. cadi mnrnbor bring- ing' a guest At ICOFL ITTO hundred ladies were vrclromort by (he corainiltec. composed of Mrs, Detioon, Mrs. McKillop and Mrs. J. D.priglnbothani. The lioatosscs for [he" afternoon were Mrs. Ewcrt Mrs, W. H. MorrlR. Mrs. TV. !1, Marrs. Mrs. McKachern, Mrs. A. U. Stafford, Mrs. A. nipley, Mrs. W. L: Hamilton, anil Mrs. E. J. Hill and Ihoy served lea to at tables. .Polled plants ivere as decorations. Dur- ing afternoon n program was given consisting o[ piano Mrs. W. J, Nelson; pong. Miss, Mirip.m violin sclcfliou, MJes ArthJc Mt-Phee; FOHF, itrs. Dell; piano solo. Mlsa Dona Murray, and nitinn solo, K. G. Tilc- Klllop. Rev. W. K. Hums spoke a lev? The Hudson's Bay Co. 247th Anniver- sary Sale Opposite Page 247 247 247 217 247 247 247 heir efforts lo carry with lliem. their ollcnvc-rs has mcL with succeas there 3 no reason lo doubL Bui there are ndoubtedly Home, perhaps many vho still cling lo the theory of nou- participation. Representation Taxatton. It would Indeed aavu beeii surpria- ng U tho population ol the Province >f Quebec had been able entirely to tho Influence of the Conscrva- Ive-XatlonallsL CBinpitlgn In fl911: py-hen the doctrine Canftda'le un lor no obligation to participate In Ihe Bni pi ro'e w ars woj the prliicl pal .heme for impassioned aJdrcaneg, Sir loDort IJorden, selling the lune for ils followers, Insisted thai Ihc people of Cnnada, It Ihoy had no volco In Iho councils of the Empire touching tho ssuB3 of peace or war, would not for one moment submit lo taking part In Ihe defence of the Empire; and the Minister of Justice, !n his clear and forclbfe stylo explaining the doctrine "No obllgallon without reprcsenta- said: I ties Ire to point out Is that under our eons I Its; Men (hero Is no obligation on Iho part of Canada, .legally or eousUtiilkmilly. speaking, to contribute In the naviil lorcea of the Empire, and that posi- tion will continue to long cs the United Kingdom alone lias' exclusive control of the foreign affairs of lii. Empire." How Borden Profited "by Nationalism. The laboring and agricultural classes arn not trained In verbal sub- tleties, and to tholr mlntTa Iho quali- fication "legally and constitutionally speaking" meant, nothing MTiat they iindcrfltood, find what they believed Ihc meant. them to .under- was simply that Canada irftr under no obligation lo participate (n thp' Empire's wara, For eljhtecn monthR this doctrine was earnestly propaEfilcd IhrouRhout llio Province, nml, on Iho approach of tho el eel ton a In 1911, ns Mr. Doiiniasa's organ, Lc Devoir, wns Its niosL eloquent nnd hifluenllal cxiioncnl, Ihc leaders of the Conscrvallvc party In Montreal ordered copies of thai journal lo he ecnl (o thousands of electors through- mil. the 'duration of (he CAmpnlgh, U would, therefore, have been n miracle had this RS3RiilL on Hie pro- llrlttgh aenllmcnt of the Krarch-Can- nflfnn been wJlhout effect, N'ovprlho less 11 Infldcncod only a mlnorlly. Thr unlled efforts of Conscrratlves ,Bhcl NndonnllaCa nucccerfcrl In r vrJrinlDg only Lwtnly-aeveh of eWy-dvo conalltuchclcs, AM- of those twenty aovon four were htslorlc Engllsh- spoaklnK Tory For a CinidLan Navy, 'The M Trcnctfcan- Bev. Jame-4 G l.pwfs. n.D.; who has been secretary (o.lhe bishop of Tor- onlo' for many years, has resigned, Mrs. R. H. Harris, of Pillshnrg, daughter of J. Bowlby, mayor of words or greeting to the Indies flsscm- BraulfonJ, died suddenly In Pilsburg, bled. Allosclhor it was a very de- HghtCul and aflernnon as Ernest H. Powell, former ledger- 1 all Iho Indies of (he church were Keeperfor J. H. Ashdown Co was sen- brought leeelher and no doubt a great- lenced lo one Jail nl Wl.nul- having. pleaded pullly lo fhc theft -iroOff from fiife; employers Ipalnllon of the 'record Looks. The World's Court leaguo al New York. IncornorEled, will discontinue for the duralloo of the war, 11s toward the cslablislimcut of n world C-oiiri ifor Inlerna- ilonal dlBimlcs.J Mayor Henry, of Edmonton, receiv- ed an unofficial telegram from 01- Uwa staling (hat his Lieut; Ilcg. Henry, was reported missing and a prisoner In the hands of the Ger mans, The divorce court, London, Eng., fronted a decree" in an undefended petition for restitution of conjugal rights of Vlolol Vnnbrugli, actress against Arthur Bpurchler, actor and theatrical manager. SI. Williams, Slmcoe county, Jam factory IIUH itept everybody piil flog up enough lo fill two cars. The berries wcro picked la Ihc south las I year and have been kept in cold storage since. Yourf Wife's "Allow- Alice" may not expand to meet the increasing cost of foods, but it will buy a suffi- cient quantity of Shredded Wheat to'- nourish every member of the family. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits witli milk make a good, nourishing breakfast at a cost of a few rents. All the body-building material in the whole wheat grain. For. breakfast or dinner with berries or other fruits. r interest ID the Ladles' Aid and the Ihc church will be the resull f the Gathering. and Examine Our Rare Jewels. IT IS ALWAYS A JOT TO US TO SHOW OUR NEW JEWELS. WE FIND PLEASURE IN IT OUHSELVES. IP IT PLEASES US TO SHOW THEM. IT WILL PLEASE YOU; TO SBB THEM. IT WILL PLEASE YOU TO BUY THEM; IT WILL PLE.VSE YOU Oil YOUR LOVED ONES TO WEAR THEM. IT WILL PLEASE US TO SELL THRU; NEVER URGE ANYONE WHO VISITS OUR STORE TO BUY. COME IS. WE RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIO11T. ARMSTRONG R AWORTH IBSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENSES 324 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBR1DSE, ALBERTA For choicest Southern Alberta raised meals, superior home cured hams and bacon, highest quality by, Hie route, from fami (able. .JHE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS ;