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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHnniDGE DAIUT TTCRALD THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1917 FPOM VEOXT 1 Mayor Hardlc replied (o the gover- nor and In the course of a fine speech Impressed upon tho veterans ttielr re- sponsibilities as an In Use affairs of the nation ami Ihpni to conduct their deliberate tad reach their decisions thought itud con sicU-ration for all clashes of Iho people. He was sure that they would uo LMs. and complimented ihe association on the splcnilid set lit they possessed, Ucut.-GoYeruor Urott iiroposcd tho necessary vhcro cohfsion or ciUiensi was Itojted fur, auj where'patriotism I was to be developed on a Iruo lusls, Objfcts of the Club The Iteutmaut-govpnior went on io speak of .some of ihe objects of the Veterans club as outline J lu ihc.r ccmsUtutUm, ami kigfcly objects, saying thai atiy them was o( sufficient Imporuiico lo Justify the existence of (lie crpauieation, la declaring iKe club officially open. His Honor again i-cngravulaietl the club lucuitwrt, and conveyed hearty greetings from ilie KdmoiHuu club. A Pleasing Feature A pleasfnp feature of llic evening was ihe presentation 10 Chief Harily of his St. John's ambulance'trtiifitate. In recognition of his work In fin I aid. The presentation was made by the Sl lieuleuunl-governor. and Chief Hardy j CONFERENCE AI would he- aWc to suying that he huprJ he up the gowl work He hns been mosl aciivo in teaching first aid to the sulditrs au'J Icwsi io the veterans, nnd MorroK responded, in dipmru'a style, and In a very fcelin- little tyeetli in which he said ihnt the vet- erans appreciated Itie of httlou piven thorn, and thai he V.-BS sure the association v.'tiuM act iuj ecuordance. He iMuXcil tte pirvernpr Idr his kind ami ?ntil that his real reply to ihe icasi touid h? la actions nuU not iu present to first aid classes in the city. Before breaking up- Ifce diners row. I The Auto .There- r.iuu have Lecu one hundred, of club linert mi for' Ih-t uanuU' v-'iik'i al ihc i nimnufc club. Tlie long procession; swept away io park and thence rciunit-d routes tu the veterans' club building. The Official Opening The club building, long foefortr Uie rc-tura of the auto parade, was pack- Ftl lo tbe doors with citizens awalilns toe arrival of the governor. Many of those who returned with the club were compelled to find standing room lu the and The work of (be ladles of ihe Conveys Greetings HovrRTtl SluU'hhury. secretary of tho hoppjrals In Alberta, con- veyed greemiss by win1 jusl rci-clved r-nin ihe Canary rlub, and als-o frooi -VcdiHne He also conveyed Srcv-liiigs from the provincial associa- tion which tas just concluded a con- iKrxmi Our Own Cardslon, May re- fiitfar Sunday morning service, Ihe of- Grera of the 'ladles' relief society held a special with Miss Sarah Mc- Keltaud ami Miss Sarah Ktldiugtoit, tut1 I wo representatives from ihe Gen- eral Hoard who arrived Saturday eveu- tng atttfr an liilrrostltig and Bgrce- ibto hours1 of slghl- feing at Coutts and Sweet Orass. There was a big audleiico on Sunday morning, the gallery beiog used to BC- commoUate ihof'e who" touid not i En Ihe large hall below. Alter prayer by T. S. (he High Tcniion nt Calgary. FcJlowiTtg. ihe speech ?F, refresh- meals vwe served io iJie big crowd by ladies of the I.O.D.K. who were un- tiring in (heir efforts to entertain the ihruug of visitors. The veterans gath- ered about tiie piano aod gave. Uie crowd some of their trenrh SOUKS were greaily enjoypil with I.o.- Corp. Jackson nt the piano, Mrs. Frank Waddinglon acteil as accom- panist for (ha evening. A good deal of credit for ilie success of tlie occa- sion Is due to the en arts ot Downer and J. R. Oliver, members ot ihe advisory board ot tbe club, who were tireless In their work for ihe occasion. The members of ihe rlub themselves speut many hours prepar- ing for last nTytil. Th: Cluti and Its Quarttrs The officers or the Veterans associa- tion are Corp. -Morrow, president, who one of the raosc popular of ihe re- K. ivas again amply in evidence in Ibe: turned men. and whose fiupiy sleeve iireuy rtecoraiiaiis of the assembly] io tlie sufferiD? he has borne the ground floor, ami man lo these ladieS" ivere heard. The formal opening look place In. the large room utilized by the veier- ans as their reading room nml loung- Jns room, Ureu was peated in" tbe civic chair presented FOCUD years ago to his alrt-itniei friend tUe late es-Mayor "Win. Henderson. Otv his r.'ght was Major Ilardie and on lefl President Morrow. The abrasion was Eolemtiized by a very feeling pray- "p lironounccd by Her. G. H. Cobble- illcfe. President Morrow then called on Mayor Ilardie to welcome the gover cor. Mayor Ilardie said that he would rquEidfir il a much greater honor to be tt member o( Ihe veterans club than 16 be mayor of Lelhbridse. lie again Impressed upon the vctprans'llie im- portance of their association, which would BO far towards the future dVstfmes of the country. His..... bearty welcome to the Speech Brett -a-as accorded a welcoioe when he rose, and v he "said he was always glad lo vtei; "LeibDridErc out parlif.nlnrly prourf to do1 so an this occasion. lie said It TVHS a special pleasure and be thank- ed the citizens for their welcome. 1 He said opening of the club marked an important period in the Jnslory of the city, and he went on lo speak or the great vajporlence of the clubs that wurt being organized thronehDut the nation. He said the jtbsILlou ot Ihe returned soldier in the i-ommqnity was entirely different from before the war. Now he was a poten- tial power in the land, and he must ic-allze this, and realize the influence he. wonltl hare In the affairs of the na- tion, and exercise that power and in' fluence wilh thoughtful considemtton Jor HOEB who were exacting the lava of the counl-y. and for the rights ol titlzcns' generally. He lhal Ibe returned soldier deserved the first consideration, and .said thai It was quite, right that Lhcy Eliouli) organize siicl thai they siiould put theitv viqwi iifraly before authorities in a con cJse and reasonable manner. He that the grsat lody ol cl'Jzensntp of Canada Elood behind the veterans in ihefr demands, anil would continue to do so, If these demands were made upon reasonable grounds and aflei thoughtful deliberation. Mcut. Governor Hrett went on U (fepeatc ot the trork of the various pa tciptic organizations, aM had" Jitgi jiraJsc for the lalles oC the I.O.D.E Tflio had done to much for the sol diem lie said (hat he I die red in patriotic organizations like (he Can a clubs and had been some TThal lacking belorc the war in actlv patriotic wor'n with a deffnllc aim and In'lnculcaling the proper patrlo ilceplrlt and knowledge of the coajitr In the minds ot the young. This wa atd Pic. J. Y. Rlu-hlc. Corp. Morrow has been in the cus- oais service, anil formerly lived in B. before enlisting. He Is now on the Isff herd. v s Corp Downer, of course, needs no it reduction to Lcvkbiidge. He lias ved here mosl of bis Hfe. and !s at resent In convalescent home at Cal- ary recovering frum wounds lie re- eivod while a member of a Lelhbridge altery at the from. Secretary Ritchie, a spJcndid type J citizen, was a member of the 31st ittalion, and formerly lived m the 'cace Hirer country. He is now ?ec- elarj- or Ilia provincial ridge division. irtbc nrise. Corp F. H. Downer, policc, Leth- The quarters ol the club are among he hanusomesi in the west- L'crtain- y ihev are the embodiment of toni- ort. tor the unselfish efforts of many Lelhbrldse people have made them so, bulb in the actual labor pat into tie and In the many handsome girts" of lumllure and other furnish gs made. The tlubr .sUualed m the Epacious huildiog formerly occupied by tbe office, and turned aver to the eterans by the Dominion government "fitted up wllli all conveniences, and as good as" a hotel for the boys. The floor is occupied with the ng room, and loungjng-rooni, the sec- eunjs office, the dining room and ;Hcuen, fully ctjuipped. On the secant! floor twr bedrooms have been-handsooiely and hese arc occupied every night by re- amed soldiers. There Is also room or more hDdrooms which will .be equipped as the need arises. There is, as President Morrow an nounced, last evening, room for more donations in way of lurnlsbjpgs and particulars of these may be'bad from Kecrelary Ritchie al the cour aousD, by Vtose desirous oC coiUrlbut ng towards mahing the quarters even more comfortable and enjoyable foi lie hoys who have given, service 'foi their country. i a soiirnno solo ty XVIss'Luells Sleecl and a ladies' ijuarleile by Misses Sliaw, SbeiHeM. Biles ami llroYv'n, an orjall eolo by Mr. Josfl'li mlcted lUusii-Al part of most 'ollenl program, Tlw choir render- ed Iwo vbolco anthems iilso- The cunferonce WHS made nu'Ulor- abln by tlio high class and srtlsUiaHy reudered musical of tho choir and local celebrities. Couiicil. Pros. Wood atmouucert tbaf tho morning session bo given Ihc Keller Societies. Fres- Lydla J Urowu auil ner first assistant, Mrs. llhoda C. Huiman, Caniston's oldest lady (now ST) both uiaiie brief ad- dressef. tallowed by a male quartclic, "O Give Me Dark My Prophet L Layuc. Smith, Curo and Meri- dow of ihe siako choir. Miss McLellond then addressed the briuglng greetings from lie "aged preilitcnt. Mrs. K- R. Veils, who was now In her 9tHb year. Thf speaker 'reminded _lhe young people of the presence of our patriarchs ,he need for Iho guidance coming .hroush their riling her uwu experience, flnd the faith o( her Suit- day si-liool pupils for her when she i vas ill in ihe mission Held abroad. Economy and ihrlfI. avoidance of ex- J In ilress, were other topics very I ally handled. MM. O. accompanied by Prof. A. C. on the violin anil -Miss IVecVs on Hie piano gave a very pleas- lug rendition ol ilie.solo, "0 Loving Father." Kddlnglon. the oilier visitor, reffrred to the marriage views and cachings of Ihe Latter Day and to lm? resulting Infrequency of divorce, Tbe speaker gave a touch- is story of "mother's Mrs. Elizabeth Harker rejwrteJ ihc primary association or the slakes as most ot the children were at the moroius session, the Cardston Sun- day schools ediourning for the con- ference. A duel. "The Hawaiian National was sung by Miss LcavitI anil er brother, froni'Glenwood. Mrs, R. Kobblns of tLe Taylor slake, save her teslimouv of the truthfulness ihc The toachera anil pupils oC Hie school are large amltoiicq school concert on. Vrl- Jay, May llih, at S r m. sharp. The proceeds are 10 be used in sending school chorus to Edmonton to compete against ihe In the prov- ince of Alberta. Miss Waterman lias scared neither llnic nor juiiib ill pre- paring them, so couie aloug io bear 11: em sins, Or-Ciilng Chorus......... O, Caoaila. A Song In Costume I'rsula Kltoit A IlecltaMon ____ A Dauco Krctldlp MacXIo Ailccu- Chorus KesliviU School C'UoIr Recitation Dialogue Soug and Drill Howard CoUcrell Cr.ide JV Ontdcs I. and This Oujt'tt of Kcsolution Intro- Technical Education Is Discussed Ho salt] lhal ho ihouelil this way, ad nUlQ lu vtow 61 lUo Dressing ot uallotiKl economy, tic snld ttmt HID CQSI of us us an! now Hud lUy cost ot (rauslallpn of the tame waa llo (aoUgtil this was. CDUrcly too Inrge. Hon. niciis agreed uitti (Kc sjifrU of Iho moilon, but did not to luler- fero tho ofdcieucy of Uio ban- sard Ho sold tlial coasiilcralilo ccouoiuy had been fu out of tin1 blue u wns Tim NEED FREIGHT .May for -SC western railroads toM tbo In- terstate comiuejec tlin.1 tUo iiroposed lucroieo uf 15 per fciit. In freight rates would fail by J20.SOCVWO to lueol advances lu (lie cost of tr.bor and. uinlerlalsi already made ami anticipated. KecEtatiQn Jean Macfcoy KM Site Essay (on the war) .1 OKaws. May 9. Private members bad a UJs innings iti the commons today, several resolutions tvlitfh b-avc been staudlns the order jytyer be- lug discussed iiud disposed of, Technical Education, The must inJiuirtam was a resolu- iioii moved by HOIK Itodolphe L.eui- I ieux calling ihc lo adopt ihc rocomuaenjatloii3 of the i commlsston which Inqulrut into ihc I mailer pr technical education, arid, re- j ported Fonio years ago to the govern- ment. The principle of icux's proposal received cunsliicrablc support from both sides of UIQ IIOUBP.V Sir George roster, tho acting prlmo minister. Rftcr (lolnling out the nc- j ceplanrc ot Iho rcroluliou >voutd in- 1 valve Iho adoption of Llio j aUous of the commit too In their en- Urelj, uiovei) an aiuendracnl in wore gtucral terms, oxvtrcsslus llio deslr- abilivy ol action at (lie proper time. This was acceplcd by Mr. Leiulcux, j and, Iho resolution was adopted aa nmendej. s Parcels PoiUgt. lion, Hodolphc l.cralcui nsked the government lo rctlucc Iho poslage oa Recitation Cflumbcs Chorus _____ .Festival Seliool Ohclr Dumb-Hell Drill Boys of Grades VII and Dialogue Girls of Grade? VII VUl GOD SAVE T1IK KING, Mr. R, p. Wallace. Ad til Is s Public ?clioo! children ud younger, l5c; adults, 25c. Many women in EriglanJ and France who arc aMe !o time to making supplies now engaged in oinvr work. Jloir are Cattadlaa women lo make good this shortage ol workers? Last year, during the summer months, our output of Red Croaa supplies In Alberta decreased 10 flcr cent. This la Ijecaii3e we are. an agricultural com- munity, and. during the summer of the gospel oicssage Dornc by letter Day Sahils to the world. S, Williams referred to the efforts of ihe Maeratli people for obtaining Uie dfnioiistraiion farm school and urged the Cardston people to support them- Pres. Wood eulogized the relief so- ciety and Its great works of charity, especially commenfllng the fallhtul sisters of the Alberta stake. anlhem, "Praise ye tlife was the closing musical' number nnd as exceptionally well giveii, At the afternoon session a number of Lethbridge visitors were present as as a fine delegaties front Ma- gralh, Mr. John (Jrecn, Supt- cl the Ward Suuday school, offer- the opening prayer. The choir delighted the large audience with "The National Airs of Ihe beginning with that of then Russia, France, "Rule; "The Star Spangled Banner." and ending wilh a specially arranged version of "Cod Save the lhal brought the whole congregation to its feel and niored not, a few to tears. v Remarks were made by John P. Par- rish representing the High council, Patriarch Henry L. Jlinman for the high priests, and 31r. Jas, P. Low'for the Suvcnties.- Ilctwceu the speakers were three colos of raeril, Mr, A. B. Cure giTing "The Holy Miss Bessie Shaw. "My and Miss Place, recently from Australia, "The Perfect President Wood presented the general ami stake' of- ficers for the vole of the people', and errrr-hatlzed the need for all saints realizing the seriousness of Iheir life's mission, referring lo the Rreat writer, Robert Louis Rtcvenson'tind his tomb with its epitaph as seen on the Samo- an Islands. He advised our farmers plant all ifca wheat possible, for hough lite season late, the Great Father would not Le imroinrtful of us nd the neert of Food by those liberty oving nations engaged In Ihc defense i the rights of wan kind. The clliuai In a musical vrayfof the Fholc conferenre was the splendid work of the chafr in the closfni; num- ;IEF "-The Slumber Song." The Alhcr- !a slake people certainly can be proud of thefr choir and Ks oRicers. At the urcnlng Ecssfon, 7.30, Hie mu- tual ImproTcmcnt oniccrs wei'e in charge and addresses were given by Misses Eddlngion and McLcUanit and Mrs. Fannr Uuce and Prcs. J, Walter Ixtw. A fine Instrumental number "The Lost by Mr. A, C. Xcff, USE EARS TO CATCH SUBMARINES AS EYES SEEM TO HAVE FAILED. Cleveland, Ohio, May may have failed. In solviog the submarine canunilrunj. That, as Olio Ainerira's chief con- tributfons to tuc war against Ger- many, was a suggestion draivo from the address delivered at tile cliainlier of Industry'banquet totusti by Frank A. Scoll, chairman of Uie general niunUions hoard. "la Ihe science 'of acoustics we may hope to overcome lac sub- marine menace by hearing ihcm when they arc rt luBg-Tray he saW. Mr. Scott sounded "a ivarning that America is seriously at war and sternly up against'lsll its problems and all Its for individual and collective "A premium has .been placed "'on brains." Mr, Scott said, "beyond tton wcrQTQ- the rhost resourceful of all nallonS. Our mechanical and In- ventive serve mailed lo soldiers in France. present ohsree of 32 cents per pound constitutes a real hardship, he said. Sir George Foster promised to take tlm tunltcr up wilh Iho poslmasler- geaeral. Ccit of Scwlon. B.-N'orthrup moved a resolution for the appointment ot p comtnittcc of nine to consider ways anil means at reducing Hie o! the session. AUCTION SALE AT WADDINCiiTON-S AUOTIOX 15OOMS S. E. BUILDING, TENTH STREET S. TOMORROW, FRiDAY, MAY 11 AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by the owners will sell liy Public Auction arid Without Reserve an Assemblage of useful ItOUSEIIOLl) FUIIXITUKK And effect? Including: Solid oai slilcbonrt! ullh bevelled :nlrrur to Lack; Two Handsome Brass Beds Complete with spiral au-J fell niEtlrcsses; ict ol oxt'l qualtty soHil oak libwra cil In leiithcr: sulfd oak ofllco talk with dnwcr, BiikrilUi >'Ith 31 rccorda lu caso complete; Kldrltleo it liC3tl sowing machine; Haymowl sowing muclllno, lolh la EOQiV order; Hue uiorrls chair lu ruined oakj_ leather upholstery; Splendid Wilton Hug. 9x12; llmsscli sti'.iarcs; several small two 'oak dressers. "hcvellcJ mirrors; Wtckor rocklnR eiialr; jirelty IHUo ouk occnsluual table; salid oak arm chnlr, up- ItolsiercU fancy (apcslry BO.IV and back; extra strong clitlil'a col wllli Grass mounted bed, Kurlnp nnd iimltress: largQ cxtcluUnK tUniWE table; two cols; Royal Penlfis'utflr Range wl'.U bolkr; McClary nnd Osfon! Gucrucy gas cooklua slovcs; water motor washing machine; Iiniidsoinc. Diantei clock; cut glass bowl, etc., etc. -v on View Thursday Evening, 7 till 9. TERMS CASH' PHONE 770; RES. 463 Some women hold lo Ihe idea that bread-mak- ing is a Jong acd difficult operation, but this is a mistake, lor wilh Royal Yeist Cakei, lighl, sweet bnad can be made in a few hours, wilt but little tit K.W.CIUITTCP.LTO. monlns our coimlry .women aru oblfged la give IheSr Unle to cannot do the same amount ol sewing for the Ret! Cross. Wnal ivll! happen II our suppilea Oe- creaso Ihi3 year? Our men at the front will Buffer unleis every possible effort Is made to avoid z calamity. They will pay the price of this short age. We require the combiner! cfforla of oi'Ory man, .woman antf cliilcT In the community to assist our work. Our city nnd lown women mint redouble tholixefforts during the nest feiv months to make good the inevitable shortage of work Irom the country. Every woman .who can do so. Is urged to lake her place In tho ranks of Rod Cross workers. At our provinc- ial depot alone a staff of 508 workers a week In required to handle the sjp piles which are being sent forward. Tho Canadian Red Cross Society Ii pledged: 1, To cars for our Canadian wounded nnd thosfe nf our Allies. 2 To the upkeep of tilt following hos- pitals: Duchess of Connaught Hot Cross Hospital at. Cliveden. King's Canadian lied Cross Hospital at Hush ey Park, Canadian Special Kcil Cross Hospital al Dcuton. Heal Home for Canadian Nurees tton Rooms for Canadian Army Met] Iral Corps anil Red Cross Hospitals ICE mm Saturday assistants. Meaara. Snow, Calioon and Don-die, was especially enjoyed, ON SATURDAY WE WILL GIVE A Ice Cream lOc Ice Cream Soiln and a 5c CJxHioliitc Bar To everyone ing it patriotic button at Pcaiiiif liiitfer 'and Delicious c Candy I'or nrday. NOW HAPPY! This (Jink