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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MAY 21, 1018 We Close on Wednesday at 1 a selling event for holiday shoppers OB Wednesday morning, and Thursday that will RI; interesting to yoB.no matter "whether you jo or kome.> Buy a. New for the Corsets Regular Sale Price .40 An odd'lol ot bljh class corsets made (rom good quail tf coutH'ana perfect Blyles. Warner aud'D. nates. Sizes (rom 21 lo 27. Kepilar 52.50 and -I Q 52.75 tor................-...................... Regular Sl.OO. Sale Price v'.......-.'.: 79c Children's TVhlle Middy Waists in all irhiti 'or white collars o( plain colon; or fancy striped Suiting. WeU made. from 4-to 18 years. Regular 5100 for I Jt -Regnlar'SS.SO. SalePrice Ladles' Pongee Silk- Middles in neat style with patch pockets and belt. trimmed color of silk. Well made" and'. full range of sizes. Regular n nr Lit for SilkWaists i Regular Sde: Price -White Habutal SllkWalsts" In quality. Made v large full pointed collar and trimmed witn pearl n f uuttvu mguiar for UNDERSKIRTS The very Istest novelty In ladles' underskirts. Made from fancy bro- caded and striped heattierblcom will! bias, and narrowly dust (rill. A btg io select 'H (rom. Very social at v UNDERSKIRTS A good uod ergkl rt, made of. heatherblobji ih.completo range ot navy, helio, pale Well neat frill. At................. ENVELOPE: COMBTIONS Made frog good quality, ot fine Japanese silk. No "sleeve front arid 'shoulder straps. Neatly, finished crstHch At........'.. 4.50 Ladies' Aptons Ladies'.large buogilow aprtfn, uiajle -.from auslilv ot percale in light 4 made, good range of elies. Worth fiQ' tor House Presses Sale Price JIade.in the new liitlie. Burkp style? with, bolt, patch large roll collur.'A-., foil range of light colbrs in pink, and and checks. V.UU Corset Covert J Regular 75c. Sale Price v.. 40c Ladies' corset coyer. Made in goort slj-le froni-good quality of cambric and trimmed with lace and embrblilery.'FuH range oE sizes, t A -Values to 75c for GLOVES 'Ladles' while silk gloves in dlj .Qliailtir. Tria fringes ate double' tipped.and backs-are stitched Tvlth Pull, range of sites, i H WHITE KID GLOVES Ladtea' white kid Stoves In tho finest of French klj.. All white or white with black stitching, pull range of 'sizes fraiu too r Etcellciit value at L.LO SIL1K CAMISOLES Silk camisoles In white or nlnk silk. 'from socci quality "of silk, laco top, finished with land of silk. Shoulder straps'of of silk. Only 1W D GREY SILK GLOVES Ladles', Sllk'GloYes In French r grey shade. Fringes are Double tip- ped to extra wear All sizes Only "DC SWEATER COATS for, the HOtiDA Y Fine Light weight wool sweater coaU in a fine weave, suitable for spring and core.ed buttons and collars oE silk or brushed wool in assorted colors. priced up from suminer-M'ear. Belted styles with large complete range to choo o from Q A A On up.until 1 .o'clock and all day Thursday we want, to make business hufii.ut Ihe'Dusy Store, with holiday specials, WftU this in will place every 0110 bt'ou'r-hanrts'oiiife'BpTlng suits T, .oud .crfast, many of thtin not via thb store dyer n. week, nt n '.dlscqurft of 20 per cent, for thesp (wo days. The niateK la la arc the newest, such 03 Uelh.P cloth, jiojilin, serge, etc and co! or and style -t 20 per cept'of f ail our Cloth Coats BUY A NEW qOAT FOR THE HOLIDAY CO NEW, HOLIDA Y NECK- WEAR AND DRESSES THE? BUSY STORE Senator JSVho Would Deny Aliens The Right To.Jote In the Senate, Senator Bradbury the following amendment to .the Dominion Act 2 Subsection one of section si] seven of Elections Act, chapter six of tha ReVised Statutes of Canada, 1506, amended by adding thereto the following (e) 'Persoris'whp are or at any'ttme hare been of any foreign waa hot one of 'he allies oC.Hta war and which continue to'le an alh of HIa 5faj63t> to sale war Provided lhat the proTJBlorfs of paragraph aliall not apply or ex tend fo ,Snv person .who is a British subject and has not been a resident oC Canada.since was twelve years of to ajiy persons who have aerr-- Canadian Eipeditibnary ia the deoate that followed, Senator He. A'eher 5pbke aS fol- lows: Honorable- from Alberta T wlah to. say a words in reply to the honorable gantleman from Mr. ,who would deny the franchise to thcfo of foreign birth who have bean naturaliz- ed In speech put me jnany .years ago at a meeting joint., boards of "trade at'ReginnV ,'A Behtieraan m-hls opinion we sliould allow lib fprelgnera In Canada; that, tie should all be that1 every man coming into Canada ascertain am- ount of money .-In his pocket- should be required to pass an- ei- aminaiion. as tq fels educational abi lilies before Hdcnllted. ITe talk- jca of._the decanent races; the mongrel, races, and made a long, rery -a'mysing .of mine; used to, be, in Ihp North'weat-M'ouDle'd Police: .He. saidrthatvif -he were'lioL an EngUshiaan he would hardly ven- PROHIBIT SAILINGS. The-Hague, May .Dutch government "lias prohi- bited the" sailings of ail Dufch steamehip from Dulch ports. Sailing and coastal fishing- craft are er- cepted.from the rulings. ,ure to aay what he waa going to say. He asked: "Of all the mongrel" nations is lliere a- greater mo n- jrel nation than the interesting and tfOOTOR ADVISED OPERATION as the only means of curing] Mr, J Laket Oregon, suffering from a chronic on his face; of raide this unnecessary. Mr. Lewis' Slaughter stiys: had a sore' on his face, which became veryswollen arid painful. We tried remedy and he.'had riiedical attention front Several dootofs, but he got finally the doctor said the only hope of a cure was an operation. Father would not, however, submit to an tiofl teil he had first tried lie liad, 'heard so much about it. He began 'applying 'it regufarly, dnd soon felt some relief, ...lie persevered gradually the pain was ended, the inflammation was all drawn GUI, the and And mentioned the- various '-uourcea 'rom which the English the ['lets and Scots, the IR very bjit It V7ouldv be comfortable and The con- sequence, of the Hnduatry of these that they''can. go to aimost and store and net ;what'credit "they want for.they pay'their bills; where- as, I am sorry lo a-good many of the so-called whiles In Alberta do not pay their bills; But, tntf foreign- era do nol'agk for nyieh" credit; they come with" their .cash ask for dlseoimt'for.caEh. Xow, one ofi Ihc' chief arguments made by the honorable is that they should 'not'be allowed the franchise because (Hey. come from autocratic countries''-'fii -the-name'of Heaven, why. did theyTleave' tnelr country? They Ifre'tNjom. VE do not doubt for a mln witli; each again. -You co-jld not tet any of those men to go back to "the country from which they came; they are dpfioaerl in every possible way Id' the goVerh- ment of thetr country' of origin. Hon. Mr. llradbtiry: i. Will Ihc. hon- orable gentleman- me for a moment? I dtd not say. that -people should not be alio'wcd come to this couniry because their 'own country. Is What I sfated was, that they alionlil not have the thai they are not fit for citizenship because- they come from Itint country. De honorable ;enlleman niartb' ine; statement that ic would deny them the franchise because they- had come from an auto- cratic country. Hon. i Mr. UMdbury; .They should irot liaFe_ Hie Ihmchlse. That is one of the reasons. .Hon. Mr. Do Veber: The' honorable gtntlemjtu alno trlud to make out thai none of those people Would join our Canadian forces. -Now, that Is noi so. In I.ethbrldge havp eitamlncrl numbers .ftt' men1 of all -dWer- ent races, men who wished- to join the nattallona that were raised in Lethbildge, and f passed .tlienY, but they were lurncd %C nccepl ed by the Uorernment, stmply be cause they had come from .foreign countries.' Some of Ihem were ver> Indignant. There were quite a large number of -wished lo Join, 'and when (hey .were lurnet down they tamo to ma as. mad aa hornets. Tfcey said: "Whaf? Me no fight against Germany? -The der 'took -our country' from us am "grit on us We want to- 1 coil n way t Dublin country is perfectly ,calni, a repT-esenta..ive of. the 'Statr Fein, at the organization's headquftrtcrs, said toilay to elated lip lo ttie present tine it'e tiartlculars ot 84 o the r We expect there continued oino oT usual u artery is the motto this man ule that thes.e two powers "will, in a short time, understand, oilier poiitibalty and cease, pursuing each otfier necause of the Identity oE tbeir 'interest? Th'e IzvesU concludes, from Oerman iilteranccs, that Germany is auppbrl- Japanesn expedition ItiiSerbia Indeiremlently of possibility fcf'an'uti' (iRrsTandlng'betwcen .them, and "It Is Interesting to'know whclhcr the allies will- consider -Ihfs clrcum- or whether limy, will furtiier entcrtajn hjjpo for the creation of an anll-aermafi front in Ihc Far Japan's are occasionally Immigrants, sucli who are not in.lhe-aanie clasa. I tld not nlasa Hie {Jallbia'ns, Uiikovvinlans and Knthonfans as Aus- trian 3. They were subject, to Aus- tria, (but they hate Austria, I not conic across. any. myself, but 'there rriay possibly be AusErbna in our part of the country 1vrfio liavo are s been lion I ngllBh tlfig that 'the. Sinn Foln Tias J correct The ar ncro cxpcctcjt anif subslitutp .appdintetl some time ago to >carry on our affairsvwliencrer .the need-should arige. sent Sir Wilfrla ob that as soon as business concluded paritament should prorogue Sir -asked further if (hero he an adjournment Fr' Vay Ma> 2i it is as a etatutorj j olid ay Sir-llptierC Borilen: _''If the house cannot' proroigub before that date, I think sit. Sir. Wilfrid _ Lander remarked that the invip shoiilrl be" observed in the liouso above all places We have before on' statutory replied iBir Ilohert. 'I think clrcumilances observe the day better by attending to parliamentary.duKea 'Ilian by. ad- Joutnliig from ThUrodaj uutll Satur- Mr. Xlckljb repeafedlhia question" ol Little Chance of Proroguing on Tliursdaj Some De- bates t Ottawa, May 2l.-yln thc.iiouse of cpmmoiis IhlSj -Mr. ttornham asked' It tbe ''governraont has taken into consideration desfra- Ijjjlty ol having llic house adjburn ln- sicart of prorogue. :'1' :.'Sir Robert Uortlcn replied that no did not aay the (ineallon harl not been taken into consideration at the pro- Sf it (be In minister of labor la tentibn of the table before thg end .session. Crothera replied that the re portVould bt. tabled as soon as com Ho expected lo table It: bt> foro prorogatiou. Pckin, May anrf Ja- pan have signed the treaty, con cTuded after negotiations lasting t several concernfnc the mill' tary operations' .to be conducted Jointly by these two' countries In The treaty afso 'contains ft clauses dealing with other" mat-. ..lers, the details of which-are not .made rlotie BomolHing against but it (here feel sure are nien who h'ave been audsidlsed German Oovernrnent, ami that Iney are not doEng It Of iheJr-own voli- tion, The bill was withdrawn. PORT OF MONTREAL FOR FREIGHT ONtV r Montreal, May fort ,o? Monlreni Ihls season is- io be devoted 'fiolely 16 freight, traffic, all ocean passenger ft formerly using the St. r-awrencc bcliiK diverted Vlo, othtr PAY MORE? Through our unexcelled buying organization, and the.pjwer of "Cash on Hand" we are quote, for week end selling, Congoleum Rugs as i 6 x-9 S8..75 INSPECTION INVITED. .j. 4.tf Hiil Co. ;