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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IK6E BIGHT fHR LETHBnmOE DAILY I MAY H on Wednesday at 1 We ft selling event of worth while for holiday shoppers interesting to no matter whether yon go away or itay at v N Wednesday Morning and Thursday that will make i Buy for the Holiday Corsets Regular Sale An odd lot ot high class corsets made from good coutil and perfect fitting Warner and Sizes from 21 to Hepulnr and QQ for ChildrensMiddy Waists Regular Sale Price 79c Childrens White Middy Waists In all white or white ivith collars of plain or fancy striped Well Sizes from 4 to 16 Regular for I C Silk Middies Regular Sale Ladies Pongee Silk Middies in neat style with patch pockets and belt Collar trimmed with contrasting color Well made and full range of Regular n for Silk Waists Regular Sole Price White Habutai SilkWaists in excellent Made with large full pointed collar and trimmed with pearl Regular BUY A NEW QOAT FOR THE HOLIDAY UNDERSKIRTS The very latest novelty in ladles Made from fnnfcy bro caded nnd striped heathftrbloom with bias fold and narrow dust A big raAge to select Very special at i UNDERSKIRTS A good made of heatherbloojn in complete range of plain shades such as pale and Well made with small neat At ENVELOPE COMBTIONS Made frog good quality of fine Japanese No sleeve front and shoulder Neatly finished with embroidery silk in small feath erstitch Ladies Aptons Ladles large bungalow mifle front good quality of percale in light Well good range of Worth for House Dresses j Regular Sale Price Made in the new Billie Burke patch roll Afill range of light colors in and and Regular n AA Corset Covers Regular Sale Price 40c 1 Ladies cornet Made in good style quality of cambric and trimmed with lace and Full range of Values to 75c for IvC WHITE SILK GLOVES Ladles white silk gloves In splent did Tfle fringes double tipped and stitched with Full range of WHITE KID GLOVES 4 Ladles white kid Sloyes In tho finest of French All white or white with black Full range of sizes from 6V4 to o og Eicellent value at LtLO SILK CAMISOLES Silk camisoles In white or pink Made from good quality of lace finished with band of Shoulder straps of of Only GREY SILK GLOVES Silk Gloves In French gfrey Fringes are double tip ped to give extra All Only SWEATER COATS for the HOLIDAY Fine Light weight wool sweater coats in a fine suitable for spring and Belted styles with large covered buttons and collars of Jersey silk or brushed wool in assorted A complete range to chooso Q AA and moderately priced up all our Cloth On Wednesday up until 1 and all day Thursday We to make business hum at the Busy with holiday With this In view wp will place every one of suits and many of them not lln the store over u nt n discount of 20 per for these two The mater ials aro the such as Delhi and col or and 20 per cent of f all our Cloth Coats HOLIDA Y NECK WEAR AND DRESSES THE BUSY STORE Responds to Would Deny Aliens The IJight Vote i i In the Senator Bradbury proposed the following amendment to Dominion Act Subsection oae of section sixty seven of the Dominion Elections chapter six of the Revised Statutes of amended by adding thereto the following paragraph 01 Persons who are or at any time have been subjects of any foreign which was not one of the allies of His Majesty during the present war and which does not continue to be an ally of His Majesty to thtfcend of said yrovided that the provisions of this paragraph shall not apply or tend fo any person who is a British subject and has not been a resident of Canada since hewas twelve years of or to any persons who have serv ed In Canadian Expeditionary In the debate that Senator De Veber Letfebridge spoke as fol lows Honorable coining from Alberta 1 wish to say a few words in reply to the honorable gentleman from Selkirk Bradbury who would deny the franchise to those of foreign birth who hare been naturaliz ed in His speech put me in mind a speech I heard a good many years ago at a meeting of the boards of trade at A gentleman said that in his opinion we should allow no foreigners in that the should all be Englishmen that1 every man coming into Canada should have a certain am ount of money in his pocket and should be required to pass an ex amination as to his educational abi lities before being He talk ed of the decadent races the the Latin and made a very interesting and somewhat amusing The first answer to him was made by an old friend of who used to be in the Northwest Mounted He said that if he were riot an Englishman he would hardly ven 9 PROHIBIT The Dutch bited Dutch coastal cepted May The government has prohi the sailings of all steamships from Dutch Sailing and fishing craft are ex from the ff DiQCTOR ADVISED OPERATION as the only means of curing1 Lewis of Silver who was suffering from a chronic sore on his The use of made this Lewis daughter says Father had a sore on his which became very swollen and We tried remedy after and he had medical attention from several but he got no finally the doctor said the only hope of a cure was an Father would submit to an opera tJntil he had first tried as he so much about He began applying it and soon felt some lie persevered and gradually the pain was the inflammation was all drawn the swelling disappeared and am j ture to say what he was going to i He asked Of all mongrel iiattons in the world Is there a greater mon grel nation than the EnglishV And he mentioned the various aources from which the English came the Picts Jund the the the Norwegians and the Vik he saidt mltture makes a pretty good I think the Englishman ofc today stands very favorably in comparison with Ihe men jof any other K j The next speaker raid The gentle j man seems to think that no person I should he allowed Canada unless j he has a certain amount money in his I landed in Montreal with an English shflling in my and I will bet which can rife given to charity if I that I canjjuy the I honorablegenMeman and all his fami j stock and I got up make the obserj vation that I thought any man with u pair of hands and willing to use them be no detriment to any country Those men are the class men we dp We must have labor to build our railways and do our I what we do not this country are who come to Canada to live by their wits can breed all of 1 those we want at I I have beenin probably closer touch 1 with the foreigners of Alberta than any other man in this 1 live in a mining Nearly all I our inlners with the exception of a few Nova Scotians and are i We have all kinds Gali Buko I from I almost every country in Power fot many Ger j De Veber Not many Ger I was not their regular Mewburn and I had been tho only two physicians there and as lie had been ill now nnd i I soniftimiis had all the foreigners on my hands and have therefore been j continually in their I am speaking altogether of Uie foreigners iu Alberta 1 nothing of thosy in Manitoba and if the statements of nu honorable riend Brad bury are Manitoba must have been very unfortunate u the foreign ers picked out to go These I people came to Canada with little or no They take up a quarter section of 1 have been in Al berta ever since 1882 BO 1 should liavo some experience in the The first thing the foreigners in Al bfciUi do is to buildja cabin out nt wat uml Wattles are the little trees Ihut they cut Tltoy the twigs mud and build selves what they call If are children In the family the girls go out to the winter the man conies to Lethbridge and works in the He saves every cent that he makes to it on the If the girls make any money that money also goes on the farm They buy a then another then a gradually work up until they become fairly comfort I have known them to go so far as to make bricks by hand to build houses for who were to6 lazy to do it The house would buHd would not be very but it woulo be comfortable and The con sequence of the Industry of these people is1 that they can go to almost and fltore and get what credit they want for they pay their bills where I am sorry to a good many of the socalled whites in Alberta do not pay their But the foreign ers do notask for much credit they come with their cash ask for discount for one the chief arguments made by the honorable is that they should not be allowed the franchise because they come from autocratic In name of why did they leave their country They left They have come to Canada to be free from autocratic government and able to do ES I have talked with them timerand time You could not tat any of those men to go back to the country from which they came they are opposed in every possible way to the govern ment of their country of Uradbury Will the hon orable gentleman excuse me for a moment I did not say that people should not be allowed to come to this country because their own country is What I stated was that they should not have the they are not fit for citizenship because they come from that Ue Veber The honorable gentleman made tlie statement that he would deny them the franchise because they had come from an auto cratic i Bradbury They should not have the That is one of the Do Veber The honorable gentleman also iriod to make out tliat none of thosu people would Join our Canadian that is not In 1 have examined numbers of men all those ent men who wished to join the battalions thai wero raised in and I passed they were turned nyt accept ed by the simply be cause they had come from Home of them were very There were quite a large number of wished to and when they were turned down they eariio to me as mad as Tey said What Me not fight against Germany The Ger took our country from us and made us and we want to fight to get our country away from Of I must admit that i WILL HAVE A TREATY May possibility of a GermanJapanese understanding regarding the Far East Is In thin the Izvesta pub lished this morning extracts from Ger man papers purporting to prove that this will eventually take The VossiSche Zeitting Events are now the Far East which should give German politicians a clear Japan and Germany are two world be tween which there is not the least con flict of because Germany has no military interests in the Pac She wants only to satisfy her uommercial interests in Eastern Asia aud for many years not create competition for rather furnisjji her useful sources of Therefore we do not doubt for a min ute that these two powers with in a short understand each other politically and cease pursuing each other because of the identity of their The Izvesta concludes from Gorman that Germany is uupport Japanese expedition iiuSerbia indepenVlently of possibility of an un derstanding between and says It is interesting to know whether the allies will consider this circum or whether they will further entertain hope for the creation of an antiGerman front in the Far East with Japans are occasionally who are not the same I do not class tho Bukowinians and Ruthenians as Aus They were subject to Aus but they hato I Have not come across any but there may possibly be Auatrians in our part of the country who have done something against but It there feel sure that they men have been suidsUrtisml by the I German and that they not It of their uwn voli1 The was May country is perfectly a representative oJLJ the Sinn Fein at the organizations headquarters said today to theAsso ciated Presss Up to Hie present time we have received particulars of 84 We expect there wjll Business as is the motto at bur saidthis who continued Sonm of the English newspapers are suggesting that the Sinn Fein has been stunned bythe governments ac That is not TSje ar rosts were expected ant substitute leaders were appointed some time ago to carry on our the needshould Little Chance of Proroguing on De bates Yet May the hquse of commons Ililti morning Burnham asked if the government has taken Into consideration the gieat desira bility of having the house adjourn in atend of Hir Robert Hordon replied that ho did not say the question had not been taken into consideration nt the pre sent and Sir Wilfrid Laurler ob served that as soon as business waa concluded parliament should Sir Wilfrid asked further If there vouid be an adjournment over Fri May as it was a statutory Sir Robert Borden If the house cannot prorogue before that 1 think we shouJd Wilfrid Laurler remarked thai the law should be observed in tha house above ull We have sat before on statutory replied Sir I think in the circumstances might observe the day better by attending to parliamentary duties than by journiug from Thursday until Satur Nickle repeated his question ol yesterday asked it was the ln tentipn of the minister of labor to table the milling report before end of Grothers replied that the re port would be tabled as soon as com He expected to table it bo fore prorogation May and pan have signed the con cluded after listing several concerning the mili tary operations to be conducted jointly by these two countriesin The treaty also contains clauses dealing with other mat the details of which are not made iff fy PORT OF MONTREAL FOR FREIGHT ONLY May port o this season in to be devoted solely ull ocean passenger IIJIHIH formerly using the Lawrence IjeiiiK diverted to oilier Congoleum Rugs WHY PAY MORE Through our unexcelled buying and the power of Cash on Hand we are able to for week end Congoleum Rugs as follows INSPECTION Hill ;