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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ,PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, MAY. 15. 1017 Simply Scrumptious! That is the idea, however it may be expressed, that people always jet about SonvMpr Biscuit you've no. idea how crisp end tasty "sodas" can be until you have sampled the contents of the triple-sealed Som-Mor Carton. In Packages Only. As lighl refreshment try our Vanilla Wafers Serious Dflay in Operation Sleam Plow OutDls Vor Lurk of Coal Nscait Ca., Limited EDMONTON ALTA. If. W. Deterdinff, a Dutchman, has tent Premier liihol, o[ Prance, a mil- lion francs for lUe relief of sufferers in ine Invaded Francs. LEGAL NOTICE MORTGAGE SALE OF CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to Uie directions of the Registrar, there will be offered (or sale at public auction by Frank AYad- dinglon at llie Court Hoiiia iu Ihe City of Lcthhridgc on .Monday, ihe 2Sth day of Vajr. 1917. at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Lot 7 in Block 2, Lei.iiuT.i5S Plan of -record "as plan 265 P. This property Is situated al No. 313 7th Avenue A South, one block from a car line, on a lot 25rliQ feet, snj has a Lvo-storey frame dwelling upon it fitted vrllh electric and hath enA connected with city water and sewer. The property Trill be sold subject lo B sealed reserve bid free from all en- cumbrances sare the exceptions and reservations, m the original from IbD crown and' in the existing certifi- cate o( title and tases.for the current year A deposit of 15 per cent, of purchase price to be paid al time ol sale. Further particulars aa to, payment of balance of parcha'se price and lenns End conditions' of sale tc be made Known at'ljme of sale or earlier jipoo application lo auctioneer or MCDONALD t TIGHB, Telegrams are fcelnp fired Into Ot- tawa from evfry direction ursioj a" early sellleuiem of IV Iro'.il'lfi which are'keei'lus tlie mines ot Southern Alberta idle. So serious has oewnie the shortsce ol ficam coal tor steam plowing ouilils Inal Vice Pwsiilenl D-juliaui ot !lw -I'. V. A. loJiy sent the follonin? wire to lien. Martin Uurrell. nini'stcr at aerlculiure: Would call your serious attention to '.he fact lhat sleam plonlcs and treating new land has been stopped on zaisy Urius iu Lelhbridge district tor lack of coal 10 continuous opjuses pf coal miDius operations." President Trod Siarkey of the As- sociate Boards ot Trade ot Kooteciy and the lloundary country has wired ;ne iHiulsi" cf labor OE follows: "Public sentiment in Inis district becoming very in'jcli csasperaled over oral and cofce siluatioa in ihe Crow's Nest- Already two smelters are forced to close down, and numerous mines, including the mines at Kossland. Operations ol Trail smel- ter are also jeopardized. It is Im- perative that some effective action be taten by the government io bring about satisfactory adjustment of situation, and secure nn adequate supply of coke for basic Industries of this portion or the country. Thta un- fortunate position discriminated greatly against the bright outlook lor mining heretofore prevailing, and will become an embargo upon ibe Intro- duction of foreign capital." Member Voices in Com- Crolhers Apua' Quer- ied Situation OlUwa. Way U. Sir TIiOL tt'hito, wlnlster of rinaiice. this after- noon Introduced a biii to facilitate lalu financial arrangements between the government ol Ihe Unllcd King- dom and lha C.P.U. The purpose of the measure, said ilie minister, was to enablo ilie Canadian Pacific lo Is suo collateral trusl bonds payable lu Uuited Slates currency to be cxcbaug- cd by C.P-E- when requested for consolidated "debenture slock and oih cr securities which may be acquired in London. The nialu ohject was to help the exchange situation. Sir Tboipas slated thai at first Ibe matter was very urgeutv but.nqnr lhat he United Slalcs had entered t was not so urgent. He paid Iritlfh authorities desired to have the bill passed so thai when necessary Its provision's could be carried out. AHCHOH-DONALDSON MONTREAL TO. GLASGOW Edmonton Vendors1 Solicitors, COAL Sale We can supply a limited amount of DOMESTIC COAL IN CARLOAD LOTS. WRITE OH PHONE Rock Springs Coal Brick Co., LM, TA8ERr ALTA. Resents Colonel Taylor, Kew ler. rose, to a question ol privilege, lie referred Lo certain statements made relative to "political ty Sir Thompson, of Qu'Appclle, on -May l Mr, Thompsoii had said Ihese men had swaggered round in uniform, had se- cured aVew trips to England but thai as soon' as they smelt powder they lad shipped home, tearing their men behind. These remarks, Colonel Taylor said, were very' mischievous and very In- sulting. They were also doubly oul o! order as they violated rule 19 and also thai rule.which forbids dishonor upoti officers o( Ihe military force, Wiien the member Cor Qu'Ap- pelle was present he proposed moving that he be ordered to withdraw, his remarks and lhat espunged Irom Hansard. Colonel Taylor declared that ho had alspd a battalion and had taken it to England, This had been brotdn up on account of fho military exigencies and removed from him lo Lhc charge of a brigadier. He, with others, hat received a specific invitation from the fovenimeul hero to return and resume F. of Edson. Alberla, in which complaint was t hat I bo selllenienl would bo destroyed by the up or rails on the G.T.P, wcsl oi EOiuonton, ar.il a tracl of country not served by NIG C- N. OuM go railroad service. llou. Frank Corhrauo said there had bceu a mau oul I lie-re who was posed to sco to it that in up of rails no district should suffer fpt Jack of service, Ue declared thai son why these rails wore beln? taVrn was lhat they were of the satuo stand- ard Nand euage'as (hose already- scut to France, Mr. Oliver's Criticism Hon. Frajik Oliver referred to Ihe fact tlial George Shore, of Ottawa, charged with horse stealing, had been allowed by the magistrate lo go on suspended sentence. He had enlisted in the. Canadian engineers. I am permitlcd to said Mr. Oliver, "Ibis Is neither in the Interest of Jus- tice, yior of in Hilary cmcioncy." L G. T, P. Branch Lines A bill giving Ibe G.T.P. furlhexpow- or lo build branch lines in the west was introduced- by Colonel Currle ot Slrucop. n Sir IVllfrM Laurier asked Colonel Currii It be bad considered, the .fact that the government had now destroy- ed traffic oast 'and west by granllng frEe wheat. William Germain, of niid, Ibousht that In of the report of the commission wlio had Investigat- ed ina railway problem. U seemed _un- wlse for further branch on a road which might be taken over by the government to Lc built. Hon. Prank Coclirane said Ihe re- ports had been considered, acid dial an announcement would be made to Ihe house at an early date., Rylands' Bargain Bulletin One Day Specials on sale on Wednesday only Why not save the difference for something else You save at least 10 by baying at a cash store TheV public duties "If it Is the desire Colonel declared (hat so far that His Jlajestr-'s uniform shall knownj.o action was to bo tali- respected in said Colonel cn the. government and the com "WtiERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas anfl Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. fHONE 762 Taylor, "il will not he out ot place for Ihe house" ol commons to give a lead." Shipbuilding lion. Dr. FugEley referred lo a state- ment oi Sir George Foster's lo the ef- fect that "dll companJea showing a bona desire to build wooden ships would receive encouragement-and a reasonable profit on their enierprise, What details, Dr. Pugsley ask'ed, were available. Sir Georgo lister sard that all In- formation would be secured Irom Ihe imperial munitions hoard. Sir Wilfrid asked whether that board had undertaken shipbuilding without consulting the gOTcrnmenl. Sir George replied that if tho Imper- ial authorities consulted the govern- men I here-on all such matters the government would be bothered (o death. Dr. Pugsley asfccd whether the gov-! ernment was any In the work. Sir George replied lhat he had giv- en all the Information he could at prea- pany wanted to go ahead. Tbe Mil receired its flrst end The MinerV Situation Tn answer to a question by Mr. Bu- chanan, of Lelbbridge, Hon. T. TV.' Grot hers, minister'ot labor, slated that he had not been Informed If the mine workers of the Fernle district had reached any decision as to what course they frould take on the mailer, of the coat strike. He Iiad wired on Saturday lo the organization but had received no reply lo date. G. T. P. Track Rafting Sir'Wilfrid read, a from (From Our Orm'CorresnoTiilenl} naymond, May J4. The quarterly annual conference of the Church of 'esus Christ of Latter pay Salnls was icld here on Saluraa'y' and 'Eunoay Despite the extremely- busy season nn unusually- -large congresalion were present at all sessions, reaching lhe( :llraai Sunday afternoon -when Iho chapel was crowded lo the doors with many unable Over eighty motor cars were counlefl nl one lime in front ot Iho meeting bat afternooTu George Albert- Smith, nn apostle o[ the ciinccb, and sin, Patriarch Hyrum Smith, were In attendance as well as 3Ilss. MeClellan and Miss Edlnfilon, who represented the relief society.- Theso visitors ire all from Salt Lake. During the Sun- 1 day service a respljllon was proposed, opposing the modern theory, pi sblrlh .Control. It wis unanimously passed, the going, on record as condemning the unnatural practice. Presldcnl H. S. Allen, of Ihe Taylor Slake, presided aLthe-mceHng.v.whlch were characterlieil by the number ot snhlDcls treated. (Mother, prophecies, evHs of dress were all ably Ireatcd, while perhaps the most im- pressive sermon .was lhat delivered by Apostle Smith, Sunday aflernpoo. when he strongly attacked the currciil plea to do away with Ihe veliglcm' q[ CfcTist, He eloquently proved'thai it Is as necessary today As at any lime in the world's hlslory and lhat Ilie principles con and ehoutd be Applied at the present period. Mr. Smith'con- cluded hla Rcrmon ivlth, a powerful leslimonfal to (he divinity of the -mis- sion of the lallcr day Joseph Srailh. The meeting Sunday night wtfs In charge or the .Mutual Improve ft) en I as- sociations or Ihe slake. Al (la close the Ilaymond Military Band gave a sacred concert, w Famous all over the world KUST PROOF C011SETS are mrtclo' in the'largest.cored, faclory in (lie worlds Every pair is-guaranteed rust proof rij> proof. During, the hot wcnlhcr you cnn keep your "Warri- or's" corset-spotlessly clean. Tlicy .wnshjikc any other garment and will not rust. Front-lacing Models For who prefer laeo front corsets wo carry In slocfc models lo Bull slight, medium or full figures. Warner's lace front models combine all (lie qualities of the morses pensive lines anl sell at popular prices. }6 Back-lacing Models Made with the "double skirl." A feature-found oiily In Warner's Corsets. 12 different styles ensuring pcrlc'cl fit for any woman. Sites IS lo p nft 30. Priced 05c lo........................................1....... J.UU Boys'Shirt Waists Patent Shirt IValsts for boys just received. Also Ihe JJew Sport Shirts. Sizes ui lo 14 years. On sale al Hosiery A big bos of Ladles' Hosiery In black, tan or white llslo. Sizes 9, SUs only. These are trav- elers' samples. On sale, Child's Undenvaists Children's Muslin'Undcrwalsts Reinforced wllH lapo. Htvvcvbut- tons for uudcrwear. Also sari' 1UC ers aUacbcU. All sizes '-plack Bloomers Just dozen only. Girls' Black Sateen Bloomers. 3 to 12 years size. Kxlra well made and real roomy. Special til New Silk Gloves Niagara Made anil Queen Quality double tipped heavy IMIIaneso Silk Gloves. Black or while. Sizes C lo S. On sole at.......... 75c Turkish Towcliugs Colored Turkish TowclinE, 1C-1S inrJtca wide. Fairly Jicavj- VTiilo II lasts P" Wednesday, p'er.yard s Short Ends of 9in. Embroidery Short ends ot embroidery suitable (of flounces on pctticoata, trills for drawers, cte. Tlioy come from the Sfvlss niflls in lengths 2 lo G yards. Thlfe qiialily, o[ course, governs the price. Approxi- mate values to 25c a yard. o (n 1 On sale, yard.............. Mcrdcrized Tabling 12 Inch Mercerized Table Cloth Malarial In some real pret- ty designs that will? be worth before fell. Special Wednesony, a yard Check Dress Goods A splendid quality srfTpH black and white check dress goods. 50 the width, Suit- able-for children's dress- es. I'cr yard........... Horrockses' Nainsooks 8 Longclolhs Jusl at itrcscnt our slock of Ihcso romous coLlons are complete.- Neiv Xainsctto material-at.: 35c. Worth 45c today, 25c Longcloths for 20c, 42 n'ldo at 35c nnd-o Nainsook In 12 yard for.........J I 0 'White Ivory TITO dozen only, Extra Quality Dressing- Corrrbs. TVIilte Ivorlne. Somclhlnp real-good. OC On cacli Bine -Bird .Cretonnes A yerf.welly design In'avery line 'quaitly Crelonne. One oC our best-selling itiatcrlalp for window- aldo curtflina, box and cushion covers. CT A DOC White Ciirlaiii Yard wide Scotch Window neat lloral of spot deslBns. nm clDarlng out 15 yards al, per yard Velvet Con! Coaling A heavy cord er's green, rose or sand shade. Full-32 Us.cd ex- clusively for aport1 .coats, etc-. Regular quality. 1 Per yard D More House Dresses at ea. Buy your dresse-i now, for there will he no more nl this price. The price of print 'alone would he We can show you 10 different styles in light and medium prints at Ilfach for Wednesday Black Soisette Dresses at A newshlpminl of ninck Solspllo Dresses, sullalilc for house. or streel'wcar. Sbpa 30 Jo'12. Good style und woll collar and cuffs lhat'arc'delaebablc. _ Our stock ofilhcse popular garments for summer, wear now now noyeUics In plain-colors and also nilddica with fancy atrip- al collars anJ cuffs. 20 differ- ent VtndH -anti 95c nit Out-of-town mail orders sent prepaid on these Specials -r. r Ry lands Go. f U, t HeJifls just licr a Snow-- Icclftss'Ec- frigefator. It needs no ice. Sold by all dealers and al Ilio faclorv, Si. jLotli bridge. CRWNJHhD CORN Ffnc lof Trfjr amlFudle, Bui IVnies He Was (Juilty, pf Wrong Doing in Taking Personal Contribution Slay H.-ln llio leg- islature I'remlcr sior arinouuccd lhat ho had received tlii realinatlon ot'Hon. M. rt. Mac- rionaldion tfie rendering of the com- ralBsIeraery rejwrl'lnlo Iht charge re- ctnlly irmile by J. H. Cowpcr, M.L.A., that Macdonald hnd token L'.N.R. cam pilgn funds, Mr. Brcwstw said he hid choacn Mr. Macdonam aa alter; ney-gencral when Iho latter wfls the subject 61 nllack Iji connection wltK Ih'i plusglng chargca In Vancouver, and Ihnl net lo nnvc chosen htm then would have Ijecii lanl.imDiinL lo flml- Iiig him guhty. lie wanted It'dlsllncl ly understoofl that no corporation hnil control hd accented the o[ tlm nt lorncy-Btncral trteauso Ifr'-'the public (rllcrcjl Hie rccclf.t oJ from conncclcJ with (lie C.N.n. oblecllonable. lie dcnlcil that any rail- way had Influence with tha govern: mcnt. The reefgrmllon had been made without sollcllallDn. Ilo. announce, (hat J. W. deB. Karris had been sclccl- cd ag president of the council and act- Init allnrncy-general' Jloii.'Mr. ta'.to'ssA Iir'emler'ln a brief-srreccli Ilo said Lhat hla denial of the original chflrgu slootl; and he argued Iharhc wni vindicated hy Ihe report of the No mon- or frora dip C.N.It. Influenced the Mh- crals of Vancouver In the last election, he assorted. looK from II. ,L .Mackenzie, as'a personal conlrilni- Iton from a of'large means. DEFEAT CENSORSHIP MOTtON-' Washlnglon, May another anil probably tlnal rolo on censorship afternoon dcrcatcd a motion to renlor6 n modi'1; lied censorship provision In Iho espionage WIl. The vote Vfls 13 to H-. v y DUTCH VESSELS TO SAIL. May. Diilcli, government has Inalniclcd the grain vessels -held up In Arncrlcar. ports' for (lino to.procccd homcwflnl. calling at Halifax for examination by', the, llrlllah BUthorltlcs. I GILLtTTo LYL mtf ttHUnt Ins power of rrwkn -Mnfttry ;