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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 2U 1917 DAILY PAGE m cm "No Alberlan 1ms (o blush Tor scan- aal such an overthrow '.Lo Kovc ineut lu Manitoba and British Col- umbia." This mcssago From Dr. TUIchac! Clark. .M.I'., ot lied Deer. wired to Hie Liberal conversion In OMs on KrIJay. Dr. Clark also commend ed lion. Duncan Marshall anil the Slftou KovcrnmfiDl for progressive legisla- tion. Tho telegram which was read to tho convection' bjr -M..U. Maybauk fccrelary of Ihc local Liberal associa- on was as follows-. I llesl wishes, good convention and return of Mr. Marshall; ic deserves well or Olds constlt- uoncj- miJ Is able member of Sltlon government, which haa given good ad- ministration and progressive leelslu- tlon lo the province. Xo Albcrlun lias (o blush lor ncaiulal such SB over 1'irow governments of Manitoba ami IliUlah Columbia. M1CHAKL. CI-AHK. Hon. Duucau Marshall's aamliiibtra- llon ot tho of agriculture Mas reviewed by A. G. Jlacxay, ivho pointed oul thai Mr. Marshall had, during the past two years been Invit- ed to speak at rorllamj, Oreson, Corawallla Agricultural college, Ore- eon; Allies collcse, loiva ami In Ohio, Indiana uutl lonslu, all because Iheao iicople were Interested 111 learning of Albcrla's syptoiu of agricultural education ami Hie workings of the demmnenl of agrleulturo which conceded lo bo one of tho most progressive In uortli America. MIL AD PHONE 1224- GUARANTEED I TD CONTAIN j NOIMPUFttTIESjJ A lillie of Sunlight goes long way; every pirliclc is pure; there is nothing to hirm the clothes or impede Ihe rapid progress of the Every cake of Sun- light Soap carries guarantee of purity. in Sunlight Soap Tljc Art dcjiarlnif nt of l Malhcsla lub will mccl tomorrow afternoon at1 o'clock wlih Mrs. V. A. Slollze. Tho presidents or all societies af- filiated wlib ibc Local Council of Wo- men are aakcd (o meet tonight at S cK nl Mrs. C. UoWnson's for au Important business me ell Jig. Mr. and Mrs. Desmond O'XoIll, who were recently married In Winnipeg. Epenl Ilio week-end In the city wlih klr and Mrs. Joo Tenuanl. leaving .his luoriilug for tlielr hoiuo In Coutte. Tbc Dubo of ConnaugLU lias forward- ed a ilonallon of to llic Royal Na- luual M re bo a I InallUillou- To the Y. M.C.A. uorfcrooiLis Princess Palrlcla lias contributed a hnllllng inacUliie anil a large quantity of The RcLefcalis wish to extend an In- vitation to all returned veterans to Hie Itrlvalo dance and card parly being field tomorrow nig Jit In Uurg' hall. t The late Iluchcss of Connaught left a large fortune, most of which eho In herlled from her mother, who was 1m meneely rich. Her original fortune, however, was very largely increased by a number of successful investments made principally In Canada, and which are likely to be of lasting lieue- fit' to her family. Mrs. James E'eal. who taken to (he Gall hospital hm niflii and oper- ated oti for appoudicitis. is doing an well as can bo cxpeui-d, The Hudson's Bay Co. "Seal of Quali- ersl- Sam who lias been home from tho front cu left this afternoon for Calgary, Ills return lo tho firlnK line. Hc-rsi. Ikjbbs is a member of the famous it-nib baUalEou and has been wounded twice. The members of the Major Jack oss cuajiler, I.O.D.E., sew at the ed Cross rooms tomorrow night ai SO, All meinLcre are pa rdi-ii tarty re- uected to be present ae some business Importance will be discussed. The engagement lias been announe- I In New Vork. of Ml 59 Marie Ah- ELto Peary, daughter of Rear Admlr- id Mrs. Robert K. Penry. to Mr. dward Stafford, son of Wendell 1'hll pa Stafford, Bag., BUpromc court Jus- ce of the district of CoiuuiMa, M eary was bora in Greenland, and by ie Eskimos named. "The snow baby.' t The Rig Brothers clBBB of KHOT lurch gave Lewis Cascaddcn, one of lelr members ivlio has enlisted with ic 76tli battery, a rousing send-off on alurday tilth I- Although an im romjitu affair, the banquet held In his nd hie brother Nelson's, also a mem of the 78th battery, favor, was a tlrring scene. After the sumptuous cpasl had been' cleared away, man> the boys of the class o[ ivliom wenty rrere present, made slumj peeches, showing Ihc appreciation and stecm In which the boys were held I iho train three cheers were glvei nd "They arc Jolly good fcllovrs' f heartily. Lewis was vico-presl ent of tho class and a very activ nember. Nelson'lias been out ot the lly for a few years, but his return to his many Ijellibrid oys witb whom he wont lo school. GREAT HOPES OF, V JUNifcECORDS l-VABLO .CASALS' enchanted reoderinc of t-' Wagner's beautiful "Evening Star" from M. TannliaufleV KAI a cheer, pure new yetattained by. anyone but Cuals on tbe 'cello- It riTisHing glory and sweetnen of boiDiB voice tinga in the vibrant I aw Ketelbey'a lone-pictwc In vntn the callrotiuiling birds and of the "Kyrie-Eleiion" by a splendid 'male chorus; Laxaro dominatei again'in tbe Lore Aria-from "La Joseph Hoffman's enchanting piano technique ia displayed in "Ine EtOtini" and "Caprice UicSaxu Quartette render "Poor Botterfir" and "Katinka" in- rich ahadow-lonet. The Philharmonic Society of New York ia in FiEdi jTrimnphs of Vocal and Instrumental Art. A2Z14 CAINATION.. tan Flnnr.} "WlWifi 1X00 FALAKKO BLUE3 Laue mA Ftuk Faraa.'l GuaudneL jg 'PEARL OF BRAZIL. rtVnd) OEKTTL AUGEL. (Clunn. fegBnd.) Mim JnFrefxJi. tr> (Flnni by P. ;IZ-mdi- AS943 12-inch JliO IN A MONASTERY GAR. DEN. (KMelher.) Columti. SpnphoB7 and M.llnn Felners. Delegates will he chos- en by tbc respective bcdlee. jobn Redmond, Nationalist leader, speak- ng after Ihe Premier 1-ad made his announcement, sold that (or tbe ilrst .line-In her Ireland has been lEkc'd virtually to aoltle tho problem Tor herself. "I late It for he nddetl. "thai all sections of Irishmen feel It their duty (o come In.1' Four unsuc- cessful attempts, said Mr. Redmond, nad been made by three successive governments to reaoh a settlement but Lhc pieaenl proposal was entirely iiovel. Ireland waij. being esked Jier- seir, lo draft o constitution for her country-. That proposal carried wllli It Implied obligation that Great Drit- flln would bo only loo glad to accept tbe decisions arrived Hi. Although ho WRB aware of the ilirficulllcg lhal were in the way, continued Ihe Irish leader, he took 11 for granted lliat all sections of Irishmen would on con- Elderallon feel 11 Inelr duty lo come In and meet Iheir fellow counlrymcu. "I Imve sure Mr, llcdmond s.ald, "thai the result or Ibe conven- tion a biased one for Ireland and the empire. With all my heart I hope the convention will lie animated by the true Eplril of conciliation among Mr. Redmond said (hoy muEt not shrink from compromise and If they could obtain .1 substantial agreement It would be worth nil (lie heart jjurn- ngs and postponements of the last 0 or 40 years." Sir" John Lonsdalc, secretary and whlfi of Ihe Irish Unionist party, told he house lhal Iho Ulster party would iibrnll the entire proposal to Iho peo- lo of Ulster nnd recommend Its carc- nl consideration, He and MB col- eaguca he declared, would not lahe be responsibility for closing the upon liio experiment. The neo- ilo of Ulster, added Str John, would id guided by the same patriotic mot- TC .which hid always guided them, although he could not feel sanguine the convention would accom- ili the purpose deilgncd. Christian at S .m., testimony At Pentecoital Mission Thi day, S p. Special -waiting upon God Tor the Baptism of the. Holy Gnosl. A hearty welcome to all. At the United Church of- North -at 8. Christian Endeavor. Tuesday, at S p.m., the session oC St. Andrew's meet. Wetl- day at 3 p.m., the W. M. S. of 81- Anrtrew's meel at Mrs. Harllraan'3. Gth avenue A nordi; at S p.m.. prayer service. Thursday at 10.30, the Will- arxl W C. T. U- meel al Ihe church lor the picnic to be held at IIrs. McKcan's; Ihe Young People's Bible class are reminded of the jiholo that Is lo he taken on Thursday at 2 p.m., at Smith's studio. Friday at S p.m.. cliolr pracllce. At Society Represen- tatives will be elected at the morning service next Sunday, when llie nei- vico will be especially In the Interests of the U. p. A. Infant Baptism will he administered next Sunday at 4.15. At at 4.15, Senior Mission Band .will meel, as Ihls is the last ineeliug before the days, a full attendance Is rctiuealcd. Wednesday at S adult Bible class. At at S p.m., mid-week service. Special business meeting at Ihe close. Thursday al 8 p.m.. choir practice. At at S p. prayer meeting in Ihe church. Thursday at 2.30 the ladies of the church sew at tuc church. At Lailer Day at 2.30 tbc relic! soclely meel at the church, subject "Home This is a special meeting and all members are urged to attend. At Si. at 8 y. m.. teachers' meeting. Wednesday at S p.m., intercession service. At St. al S, Dorcas Society met in the parish room. Wednesday al S p.m.. interces-1 sion service. Friday al 3 p.m., the W. A. will meet instead of on Thurs- I day. HAVE YOU SMALL FEET? If you can weai1 Ladies' Shoes in sizes ranging from lo >vc otfci' you it .selection lo from about 500 pairs of choice foot ut prices (Iiiit almost amounts to a gift. Come along Tuesday M.ol'lliug and come prepared (o buy Slides in 'Quantities. Button and lace. The regular prices of these shoes were. to hut as have quantity of small .sizes we will offer them at a price whk'Ii should induce those who can wear them lo purchase two or thrcc'pairs and thus keep the of our stock- balanced. HUNS LACK POTATOES May 19, via The potato situation In OEnnnny op iiarcnlly Is growing steadily worse, at- .hough tbe weather no longer furnish 6s an oicuso tor. scanty shipments. Following Ihc example of Its sletcr cllyT Altona, IfRmburp neit week will the weekly ration of .21 ounc- es substUulIng tin allowance ot A40 of bread for rest of the pro mfflcd RTC pounds. Tp.meeL.lho dls stllflfftcllon Ihltf premiers Ihe gorcrn irient hns authorized grocers lo soil nil their renialnmK ttocka of canned tlcrmuda li 4aylfght Eav under a colonial law amd will retain to rtfnlar llm< i, Dorothy Dodd Shoes 3.20 In Tan, Patent Kill -and Vici Kid, per pair- THEM IN OUR WINDOW EVERY PAIR OF SHOES IN THE STORE IS ON SALE The Gut-Rate American Boot Shop South, v ;