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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE THE LE'rttHRlD'GB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920 at a woman like Mrs. Mi-Dousall, who Kingston Amendment Would Away With and West Divides May question of proxy voting t-ame up at the Thurs- day njcmiag session of National has a legal and Is stickler for procedure, such.a thins. .Everybody witiucd talk (Jails of "Madaui'o P. eaine from aU over tho-liouno as-ths msnibsra strove to le> recce-1 nized. Finally, when Mrs. Uruce oould be heard above liie cc-ufusion of I- the said: "Ladies. I should like to rule, as we have 11 consiitution, ive abide by it." Thfr P.sst-mWy asain v! j hantj (be- milter Lavics the rig' N.D.. [lift of iL'u weekly reports on ngricul- turttl fuuiKtlons lirimswks, te- this season, was given oui.this more tban oue chapter was broiyjhl I un. It was iiuite evident from the Chapter oi the I. O. D. K. when foUonrliig resolution was prweo'.cd: I'1 the practice of having prc-iy voting at tie national chapter meeting is becoming a very dangerous? practice, ov.'Ing to some meni'uerf be- ing given diserotiiniary powers anil oSnyinE; as many as forty .votes, therefore, bi it resolved fad that Ca.'uplH-ll ai: r.o one- member of tlie order shall hive more than out1 proxy vote. municipal or provincial bodies should fifty the to govern this i tiiat! when the meeting adjourned one nieuiN-r morning at thp provincial agricultural to become acihv iliparlnu-ut, aud jays: "The due weather- of tho past been veiy favorable for secd- !r.? and planting. ThD season is late bin trowing weather within a couple or weeks will do much to make up for the lateness of the. seiuon. "Imports from ail seciioiis of the province are to the effect- that seed' ing and planting are gojns ahead rap- idly, tho general Opinion being that the acreage in crops will be reduced from 15.por cent, to 20 per cent., this Wilson il-'f-'uucd the tlup- membersbip, that there was something behind tbc scenes oi a purely personal matter. Tbo session sttli coin's strong on tho iiueriion o! whether or not priaary chapters. Bast and west divided for the ilrst time Jast prior to the ad b.. 0( .1.0 oi labor, scare- r, and Uisb price of seed Mrs. Colin Campbell espiaiard thatj.tbo momiOK session, on aiuend-1 there wus no proxy voting in the iia- nK-nt to tbo coimtiiuiEon for! tlotKtl chapter, I'M! it was a delesat- threo 'months' time beiug allowed tioinit chapter, l.iat st was a delesat- threo months' time beiug allowed in- r pa vote. It was essential that alt steau of two months iM present, for' 111 chapters have .representation and the. tte nomination papers of. councillor! Kr delegated veto had been found ;o sent out by the secretary to III.' LO.D.E. National Convention only method bv ivhi't'h this could bp! obtRinoii: Tlie .speaker thought ttet. ir.itt-ad oi an amend- ment at this sort, it would he more io If33- l? Th? that al rjapifrs procee.l at Mrs.-Colin Campbell, of supported eastern delegates in I their stand that the two months was sufficient, and with her 43 votes. responsible for tho west failing to s'e- j ag o sc- oate tu osiablis i a convenilon fund t.ure majoritv. But two wouM them to send their TOIes rogrcJMitalivcj to the annual ueenng. j rcsult Miss Gordon, ci Kings oa. as a mem- i {OT- Kast ,56 f per oC tlie i-iiamer which bed nioved uniLMiJaer.t. tsked if the 'resolu-'l A" ?nieudiueut to tho eonsiiiution i providing tbat no inc-mber may bo an tious committee coalj no: be empow- laal mt-muer may DO an trrd to EO change she wording of the "'ore 0110 atneiidinent as cover the present was defeated, S75 to situation, but was told by tho that this could not bo done at this session. At the same time the chair I'.- c-V- emphatically stated that there was! no iOT.-oaal proxy voting. Mrs. Me- j I. 0. D. E. FACTIONAL of -MoutrKii. Enid that BREAK AVERTED there was considerable criticism of' the present method of voting, it was .j. CAUIAHY, :Uay Ions-look- c-d-for break between the Gooderham- Kinssniill factions almost occurred Important that the matter be given fullest consist-ration and ampie tii-ae allowed for its discussion. j'Mrs. Hazel, of Victoria, out tUet usually tho svomeu who were delegated to do the voting for those the sessinn of the na- tional couTeatiou of the I. O. -IX K. ctoyters which could not send revre-1 h-jre today, aud toii desiiite the fact were trusted women, and c that juroughpui the night.-the 'dele- thiit while it was nniloubtedly a! were In conference, finally adopt- it also solved tlio prob-! jug a resolution to the eitet-t that tue iem ot oxiiiiuE'j aud representation. differences chould be dropped anrf the Jits. Graham .Thomiisou said sho incident: forgotten. The question o' quite agreed Jlrs. JTcNaughton ih.u the matter should be given carc- fol'consideration as a burning In 10any women's organiia- tions iu Canada. :-Tho ijuestion as to whether or not May report oi the siiccial civic.. investigating com- mitlee presented to the city council recommends the re-organization of department of the Winnipeg fire brigade. It stales that the city's Bre protection is inadequate, a good deal of the obsolete, -.vhich should he replaced by a modern fire- figluins; apparatus, the administra- tion too involved and that much of tlie high pressure and domestic system is menaced by electrolytic -f- Acv-ording to the report. Winnipeg has more firemen-thaii any other city of its pizo on tho tAniYrioan continent and Is paying more por capjta for its maintenance. It is stated that Fire Chief 3. E. Huehariau, who has seen 37 years' sc-r- vico with the fire ilepuruneut, may resign as a result of the adverse re- port of the committee. .'uew member in a chapter should be balloted or not, almost created a of Montreal, spoko against-the balloting'which the con- CALL VANCOUVER PASTOR GALT, Ont., May A call has -teen extended by the l-'irst Baptist church of this city to Rev. George Ii. lut; qufiSlIUH 01 I Minion ui mis uityriy whether'a Voie'oi confidence or appre- Welsh, of tho Fifth Avenue church, rlnttnTt Eliniltll Vancmlvoi- Tt t.f ciatlon Bhould he tendered Good- erham churned up the troubled waters anew, A-n'umber of delegates vfere of tlie opinion that a vote of confidence inllrs. GooderiianVivoutd mean a vote- of censmro to Ixidy Kingcmill. TJpon tlie_JiesbluHdn'of Mrs. Smith, .of '-SL Catharines, calling for the sustaining of tho administration ot tho orcler.uu- of 'balloting. This raised a stone at t-I.on with but few dissecting votes.- ths i crisis' was and Mrs. Goodc-r- Vancouver, D. C.T to become pastor of the church here to till iiie vacancy caused by. the. resignation of Rev. A. A. Howy. s sarynsea welcomed to the platform. Norfolk. MANITOEA LlEtRAL NOMINATIONS WINNIPEG, May a largely attended Liberal convention last night at Maoitou, GeorgoT. Armstrong, en> cumbent, was the nminimous choice the .pnrty'B standard-bearer in the forthcoming provincial .elections. -At Carberry, the Liberals selected John. Graham (o contest the constituency of COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS AWDEN BROS. HULL BLOCK 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 625 Verandah Comfort During aiimmor'days can be lud by using Aerolui Porch. Sliadss. Made of waterproofeil rials they will stand alt u-cather and the pateiiled No-whip attaoliraeiit dues away with Ihc conllimal flapping. Wo have a full range Of sizes at reason- able sizes >t feet to 10 hot. to VERANDAH CHAIRS AND ROCKERS HAMMO COUCHES Lav.-n or Verandah uso. Can be liad rdhipicti- vita j.ncJ canopy for lawn use or with chains only Vlie 7.00 The strong comfortable Old Hickory .kind with .woven neat, from.......... Or Japanese sea grasa chairs and rockers. Very comfortable an-i durahlo. and and VERANDAH RUGS 11 erv heavy weave o! oocoannt fibre with vaiian.l Ijorilcr 'lesifc-n. Two Mzos .1ft. Gin. by Cln. and Oil bv lid loday MO.OO nnd Special and REFRIGERATORS Save your food by using one of our rcfrijer- More, Made, of selected hardwood, perfectly inaulatei. fresh the ininlniiuii UiC Of Ice. From 9.00 to SPECIAL, THREE ONLY. REFRIGERATORS Size 29 inches by -II incros. Uooil tMl- vaitlzcd lined chamber. Two shelve for IcmcJ, interior white cnninc-Mcd. Regular Special VELVET MATS 27x54 inches. they last al, each................., VELVET RUGS oc '1'ho cultivation ot friendly relations with tho t'nitcd as tho first duty ot all patriotic Canadian was .tho Bit-sease which- Mrs. Arthur. .Murpliy, president of tho Insiiiu'.es cf (-auadft brought to tbo iiatioK1.! convention'of Iho Tuesday evening. Murphy e'mp'hasi'ed liiis "contention particularly !u its poliik-Ltl and and doclarc-d it iuiperative j that al! Canadian policies bu shaped with a view to fostering the friend- liest relations and closer uudorstasul- Ing'betweeu GreAt Briialu and the" I'iiited Slates. tills alliance the league of natloss would not matter it the lesgue could not succeed. The Tariff .Referring to the possibilities'ot nils-- chief In tho acrimonious use of .the "Buy iu Canada" slogan, Mrs. Murphy pointedly referred to the tariff-condi- tions of the present aud argued that when an American 'ihrm under all this weight ot disadvantage could undersell a Canadian manufacturer there could be uo question about the advisability of buying tho goods of the neighbor- Ins country. Some women exercised an influence, on "public opinion through tbo press or from tho platform, forno in the schools, mauy in various women's or- ganizations .and aimoH all in the homes, aud their must urgent duty was to consider tho urgent need of a united Anglo-Saxon race in everything they did. HriUKuis greetings from the Feder- ated Women's Institutes which has a membership of Mrs. Muruhy reviewed the history of the two or- ganizations and called attention to the fact that many other or- ganizations which had been adopted into Canada from outside, these two had their origin in Canada and had spread from here to other countries. Ono was a city organization aud the other r.n organization of rural women and they were thus ID a position to co-operato most effectively to achieve their common aims. The "Wcuiim's In- stitutes now had branches In England, and Queen Mary wae the working (not honorary) president ot' Iho Sandringoam Institute. The l.O.! K. had spread to Australia, inmla, Xew Zealand, Newfoundland, and Indis. These two great organiza- tions had a share aot only in the des-: tiny of the British Empire, but iu the) maintenance, of the peaco of tlie world. They had been given an enormous op-' portunity to stand together for the concord aud co-operation of English speaking peoples. The. situation was more serious than! many people quoting from and from writers aV Agues Laut, to I emphasize1 the danger of the pro-1 ganda being carried on by tho pro-G'ef. mans, by the Sinn ,Fern, the Hearst! papers, etc., ia America aud theso' antl-Knglish outbreaks! were beiug' used in Canada'to arosue the feeling; ot hostility to Am'ericjjns, in which lay i Germany's greatest.hope ot resusclta-l tion. Situated as this" ctfuhtiy is, a loyal and proud British dominion, alongside the great English-speaking republic, its-people had It In'; their power to bring about a unity of'sentiment be- tween the United States and the Brit- ish empire which alone.- could permanent world peace possible. On the other hand; Canadians had it equally in their power, by uiiwiBO "and ill-considered action and the de- velopment oi tjio anti-American senti- mcut, to do Irretrieva'ole Injury to a concord between tlie empire and the republic. The speaker complimented thp 1.0. D.E. on its chlid wnh'are publications, and urged closer cooperation be- tween the rural anil city organizations in this branch ot work. She also ask- ed their support in the efforts the iu-1 stitutes were mafclni; to revise the! penal system, so (hat prisoners might be given wages lor hard labor and] mude io support their families while serving sentence. Mrs. Ritchie Protests After unanimously passing a resolution that tho unfortunate dis- pute between Jlrs. A. il Gooderlmm, past president oi the national chan- -r of the I. O. li. K.. Lady Kingsraill id the former executive be dropped at'id that there lie no discussion, but that >bu incident be considered n closed issue, tho national chapter at its 'Monday morning session found it impossible to keep to tho resolution in spile nf tho best intention on the i pan of tho members, who realized that tiicir personal prejudices might possibly wreck the order if they were not With tears in their eyes many of -he older workers'who had been all through the trying period of Un: war under liic guidance of Mrs. (iomlerham urged that a vote of confidence In her administration be passed, and on this tho meeting It became a rinenlfon of whether the national chapter should pass a resolution of confidence or one of appreciation, tho mnjority holding lor (he rota of confidence., Several members tried to bring tho I meeting to order by reminding it that a motion to close the Incident with- out discussion had been passed, but Mio one-third which stood for what they railed Hrillsh fairplny main- tained tliat a vote cf confidence in airs. Cimdorliam would mean a vote of censure (9 Lady Kingsmill. Mrs. Ilitrhlc, of Lelhbridge, who I bad moved that tho original motion not (o discuss the matter, ho sus- tained, kept to her feel In an effort ID have the put her molton to the meeting, l.idy Kingsmill was na her to but Mrs. Ritchie ccinlrmkd for tho motion. At this juncture McDougnl! of I Montreal, wanted to Mow who the chair nml Mrv. 'Kpenco ot Cal- gary, declared lliat (he chair and not Ihn floor must rule, .Mrs. Hllclilc, before silting down, her snrprlsi! at tlin unbusinesslike .meth- odfi of womeii whoso names bad al- most become household words- to the members of the order. Mrs. M. 1'acker, a (ruined nurse nml a native iif Nova Scotlii, haw bocn ap- pointed nn matron o' Dorchoater. X. Ji., jail, WEEK-END SPECIALS VALUE Is TKAT WHICH RENDERS ANYTHING USEFUL, THE DEGREE OF QUALITY OR EX- CELLENCE: THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE PRICE. VALUE IN APPAREL BEGINS AT THE SOURCE OF MAKER. IT IS THE DUTV OF THE DAYLIGHT STORE BUYING SPECIALISTS TO MAKE SURE THAT VALUE IS PRESENT TO A LARGE DEGREE IN ALL MER- CHANDISE SELECTED FOR THIS STORE. THE PRINCIPAL WHICH GUIDES BUYING FOR RYLANDS CO. IS NOT HOW MUCH CfJi EE TAKEN OUT BUT WHAT CAN BE PUT IN TO MAKE THE ARTICLE BETTER VAtUE. WE CONSIDER EVERY UTILITY QUALITY, PRICE. WITH ALL THIS CAREFUL PLANNING, THE ABILITY TO HAVE THE RIGHT ARTICLES IN THE RIGHT QUALITIES AND STYLES AT THE RIGHT PRICES COMES AS A NATUR- AL RESULT. THE MOST CONVINCING AND IMPRESSIVE PROOF OF RYtANDS i CO'S VALUE EXISTS IN THE MERCHANDISE STSELF. EVERY SUIT REDUCED ALL SUITS AT A REDUCTION OFF REGULAR PRICE OF .00 off EVERY SUIT AN EXCLUSIVE STYLE ALL SUITS AT AND AT A REDUCTION OFF REGULAR PRICE' OF ...A .00 off OUR PRICES SPELL ECONOMY ALL SUITS AT 100.00, AND UP TO AT A REDUCTION OFF REGULAR PRICF OF 1.00 off Extra LADIES' VOILE WAISTS ladies'- Fitie Voile lilouscs, urgamlle collar In assorted colors, also white voile with black stripe. These bolu iu rcjnilur wav as higli as cacli. Week 'Kinl No refunds, no oxchauges on" Extra Ladies' Georgette BLOUSES Not all sizes, but some values iii georgette with embroidered front; also several plain silk waists in pink and white. Sold regularly up to End Sale Extra .FANCY: Wo'bave taken practically al! our fancy silks in novelty plaids and stripes, in taffeta and satin; also novelty jirintcd'tsulardfi. These are suitable for'skirts, walsts'Vnd'dresses. They sold in .the regular way as hish as M-O'J to yard. Week Hail.'Sate, SEE THEM iN THE WINDOW MORE NEW DRESSES THIS WEEK CORSETS Ladies' high grade corsets in good rjoge ot sizes. Well maiic and qu'alitv mate-rials in meiliuin bust style. ?2 50 jia'ir WEEK-END' SALE, PAIR FANCY SILK HOSE Here ia ail eilrn special worth v.-hile. Ladies' fancy slripc-d bilk Iiose In ptiro'silk. These liitrti" sold at S2.50 pair and if rcboughi totiny would sell for at least WEEK-END SALE, PAIR 1.50 COTTON HOSE Ladles' black cotton hose, full fashioned anil all sizes from to 10. These1 aro Xo exchanges or refunds- ;m thefo sals goods, Wortii WEEK-END SALE, PAIR ,35' COVERALL APRONS 100 only, bfg coverall aprons, ju good quality of light jirlnl, fasten Iu bach. Wortli 51.36 to 51.75 now. WEEK-END SALE, EACH CHILDREN'S ROMPERS Children's print