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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAV 2S, 1017' THE I.F.TUBntDGE HF.nAT.D PAGE SEVER Members Cheer as Ball our Speaks Inspiring Words in House Commons, Ottawa Ottawa. Majr niglU Hon. A, J, Balfour, feriuer prluio minister of KagUnd and I bo olliclal head of tlio llrlllsh. mission u( Ottawa, received a magnificent welcome by Lho caiUlal to- day. when bo addressed, a Joint sllllug of (ho two Houses ID tlio commons chambers. Admission was by ticket Biid the floor o[ lliu L.OUSG and Ibc galleries were crowded by members Ihe ten ate aiid their wives uud llio x'orl I. A tremendous clieer greeted iho tgcd statesman as Iio en- tered the chamber Rod look a seat to Hie right of Speaker Hliotlca. Mr Dal four and parly were accom- panied from lUUcau Hall by a mill- lary" Lhe streets traversed liifc festooned Vlth Itrhlsli uud Cairn- dliQ flags. Tito roulo along tho entire two miles separates II Idea u Hall from lite carry tack with him lo England agree- able memories cf Onada. end ihat lie would Tcel justified lu lolling tliQ neo- ol Great llrltalu thai ''Wo Elaud iiicily Hrltufu, (bo ether our allies with Ihe flied dctcruiln- nllou thai iho principles we arc lighting for shall be uialutilued, and thai lo tho fflcaiuro of our, ability we iro prepared, to bear our tull share or the common burden." ivliere parliament sllf.'iraa cheer Ing citizens. com mot is chamber Ihe cererupiilce Torero similar to those vi'likh inirkcJ llio visit cf Ex-premlcr Ylvlanl of France- Speaker Rhodes delivered a speech of welcome, then Mr. Ualfour spoke, Sir Ilobt- Dorileu then -noved dial Ibc speech be Inserted In Hansard and Sir Wilfrid l-aurlcr Eeconded (he pro- jiosal. In offering Mr. Hal tour a cordial wel- come, Speaker Rhodes said thai I; was the hope of all Hint Mr. Dalfour would AMERICANS IN CAN MUST' RESPOND 'Montreal, May Star's Ol tawa correspondent repels Ihc Unit States (Colonel J G. as BayJng lit regard to (be position of Americans Ini Canada uu- dor tbe developing military, service conditions: M havo'.nof any inslruc- UoiiE, but-have the Jaw and tho pruc- Urn at [on. It Is clear that all Amerl cans, whether rOEldenl Id the Unltet States or outside between the of 21 and 30 must by Die fifth of June rejtorl to the municipal authorities In tlieir home place of domicile. This may bo do no by writing. Unless there Is some arrangement Lelv.'cci the two governments, Americana wil be amenable only to the Amerlcai conacrliitlon law. They are not an swcrablo under Iho prcvlElons of i Canadian act otherwise." Sunlight Soap is made for the thereby can the makers hope Sunlight Soapmakes your work lighter, your clothes whiter, your home brighter. It is mild and pure does not binn either hinds or fabric. CLEARING SALE OF Dry Goods and Smallwares AT .As we are going into China, Glassware, Toys and Dolls only we will sell sill lines of Hosiery, Laces, Kibhon's, Aprons, and Small Articles at cost until cleareid out. :j lines of English and Japanese China j list opened. Sec Onr Prices. IP's Variety Store Corner ol Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street S, MIL AIM s PHONE 1224- In the Cits Churches The ju embers 0; .Mrs. Maxwell's ccllon ol Ihc lletebtiua will meet omorrow iilght. t The "members or Ihe 'Major Jack :oE9 chapter, 1.O.IXK1. will sew at ihc cJ Urces reonja tomorrow ulght at "X Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wood and baby nO Ihe former's sister, Mrs, nd Bon Victor, bl JlarJlsty, .ho have been Ihc guests of Mrs.' Vood's parents. Mr. and Mra. (Jco. left today for Ihcir homes. TUG home made bread entered la lie Hud sou's Hay bread contest baa ccn generously donated lo tlie Local 'ouncll of Won lull and will bo sold oinorroiv aUcrnoon froui 3 Lo 6 at ho Hudson's (lay store at fifteen cents a loaf- The three winning oaves will be auctioned off at 5.15. 9 Friday will bo Veterans' Day al the Chinook Club lea room us Lhe Sir GaU chapter, I. O. D. iave decided (o donate the proceeds jf thai day's tea lo Ihe'Veterans' lome. A special program has been nrranged and already reservation? lave been made for several parties; hoEO desiring reservations (or largo nifties arc ashed lo communlcato vlth >1re. Starnea, phone 1QQ1, not ater Than Thursday morning. The veterans will be tlie guests ot the chapter for tea. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Elogg, ivlio were recently married In Jalgary, Mr. and Mra. D. II. Ellon en- tertained at a wedding supper en Sat- urday evening, 'ihc gucsis number- ing twelve Included tlio relations and Immediate friends or the bridal cou- ple, the groom's elstcr, Mrs. Mortal, and Mr. Moffal of Carmangay, being amongst Ihose present. Artistic flor- al decorations consisted of crimson roses arranged In a bowl, aroilcd ,the sides of which were perched butter- lies and birds. Dainty saqhei bags In the form or cuplds and bride's were the appropriate favors. A very hand- some wedding cake was cut by Ihe brido at the conclusion oE the supper ahd distributed tq the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hogg are residing I LI the. Klrk- ham RED CROSS The May Bliipmenl from Ihe loca Red Cross to headquarters at Calgary contained 167B articles made up as follows: 126 suits pyjamas, GG da> shirts, 3C surgical 2-J' slings, 48 bed pan covers, 90 bftlh towels, CO jirs. socks, 10S manj- tall cd bandages, T bandages, 30 Rcc Cross bags, 276 towels, 312 pillow cases, 30 sheets, 30 nurse's aprons 9G binders, G housewives. v Mrs. Wni. Chairrnan of tracking Committee Miss N'- Clark or tbe Carmansay caching elaff i Bpe-ut ihc weck-eud -Uh Mr. und Mrs. A. Cummlng. 4 Owlflt to (here being five Tuesdays n this month tliero will not be a inc-etlne of Ibe- relief society of tbe ,Ucr Day Saliita cliurch tomorrow n oo a J; (Harrr 'Aleianacr. the rcpreseu- atjve or llehilzman Co. here, has cesp Joined by h'.s wife and famlli' roni ibey have'laken ,up heEr resilience at 7lu Avenue'S. Lce.'of Carvlaton has sent a lh. Lake -Truut caught Waiorlpri >s 10 ie branch'- of the cd-Croea S-bcloty. U is qow .on dis- Hume u will lied Cross Society, ,V, V Thie Roas Eirg brfe'ring'prizes in ihe folldivr' thn public school lor orally. Urade Ufje.or.a Grade ill, grade seven, JTli'a; Royal North Wesl Mountod 'olic'e." will lake >lace neit month and the prizes will >c Ilrat, second, J2, iu eacli rrade. An interesting program lias been announced for Ihc annual meeting of he National chapter of the Imperial Order ol Daughters or ilic Kmplre, which meets In Victoria this week. 'reparations tor Hie meeting liavc men made in both Vancouver and Victoria. Hcsldes tbe formal social engage nenta already arranged by llio kind lOEpllallty of Lho Daughters of the Empire Hritish Columbia, oppor- ,unities will be given for the dele- gates to visit the beautiful spots in anJ around Victoria as time will per- mit. Tbo Municipal chapter of Vancou- ver has invited the delegates at the annual meeting to spend Monday, June 4, in Vancouver. Today a reception was held In the parliament buildings by 'the govern- ment and the provincial presidents and regents of the municipal chap- ters. In addition lo the regular business, there will be the address of welcome by Mrs. A. V. Griffiths, re gent of the vipipria Municipal -chap- ter; Mrs, Martin of RegiDa, provincial president o Saskatchewan; hy Mrs. G. H. Smith national educational secretary; Miss Alice Havcnhill, of IlriUsh Col" umbla P Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS KILIMOOE FLIES THAN SF 4NV STKKY CATCHER 'Clean to handle. Sold by lists, Groccrft and General at Pentecostal Thuti-' 8 T- Bptciat waiting upon bosl. A hearty welcome to all. At at S f Ihe organ committc- will mrct In he ladles' parlor. Tin1 Wednesday, vening servitc will be iu cHarge of ie Onward Bible daps. Thursday ai Xp the Auxiliary meet In'thc' Uurch patlor. This Is tiie frsi ineet-; year and ihe jircElden hopoi irva good j At at S p. m., dtfll Bible class.-Thursday at S piu., holf practice: At al S n.m layer meeting In tlio cliun-h. Kriilay Ibe woinen of ihp church sow Hed Cross .At of North Leth- rldfle-i-TpnlBhi at Christian Tuesday p. m., ihc ire moelliiK for I led roge .sewing al: thn hotEc or Miss liaw.'lOlh street. -Wednesday afler- coa'p C, HejU Cros's seeing al the ome Smllh. -732 12lh St. at.S prayer mcol- evening llio Joybclls 'iaslbn Haml mcoL at Lhe home or llss Han null Malr.r-, 025 10th strccl. riUay at 4.30 and E. choir jiraclices. At St. at S p.m., jju-hera' meeting al St. Augustln's all. Wednesday at 4.15 Junior W. A, 'hursday-at 8 p.m.. Girls' Auxiliary. 'riday.aA S film., Intercession service ollowcJ by choir practice. The nd coal of paint will he put on Ihc hurch tonight, wcnther 'norinlUing, ii'l the three following nights. At SU S p. i., teaclicrs' meeting, Wednesday at1 p.m.. Intercession service. Friday cv- fling, tholr practice. At SI, at S, spc- ial meeting or the Dorcas Society in he parish room. Tuesday at 3.30, .30 and 7.30, confirmation classes; at .30 teachera1 meeting. Wednesday at p.m., intercession service. Tlmrsday at 3 Ihc women or the church at the Tied Cross rooms. mbla; by Mrs. J. ElliolL LangstaK resident of 0, D. E. In tho United African repor work In India, b) MlBa'jBruce; Military training fo bo'ys, by Miss Conatanco noulton; b> Mrs: Eer'.on, by Mrs. W D. .Spence. of 'Caleary; by .Miss Crease, or Jlrlllah Columbia; by Mrs A...-W. Montreal. He has just pi'omiscd hull Icelcss Ecj frigcratqr. It needs no ico. Sold by all dcnlers nnd nt tlie factory, 313-15-17 i3ili.SU Lcthb'ridgo. Hudson's Bay Company's Bread Baking Contest NAMES of WINNERS 01' Breiul Competition will displayed in oin- windows Tuesday innming1 together with nil broad entered in foulest. "Quality" Bread from "Quality" Flour Insist OB Getting "Seal of Quality" Flour All bread sent In for competition will be donated to the Ltth- bridge Branch ot Local Council cf Women lor the purpose of rais- ing FundB and will fafr sold In tV- Day slore Tuesday afternoon by members of the above society at t5c per loaf. The three winning loaves will be auctioned otf. The Bloom of Berries in your can get it by cutting out the heavy, expensive foods of Winter that clog the liver and bur- den the kidneys. Here is a dish that will clear the skin and give you the bounding buoyancy of ded Wheat and Strawber- ries. All the body-building material in the whole wheat grain, cprnbined with tjerries or other fruits.' ..Ai the M. E, parsonage, Maclcoi on-May 21st, the loofc plac of Mr. E. S. Bourns of Lctlibridgc an Miss Sadie Alexander, of St. Paul' Mission, near Maclcod. J1r. and Mrs Bourns hare arrived in the cHj- an are, residing al" 624 street C north. I.-... ALLIED WAR AIMS fOBESWEDSd Lbntlon.' Mny ias bfc'cn advised "on comp'ctont an thprrly that Preftiler HlboL's rcccn statement ot France's aims In the wa ;as the firat of'what .la lo be a scrle of aUlenicnls.: Each of tlio allies will make -a similar statement as lo Its When tlicaetiavo beon made ill'the allies will Issue. single com- announce'mnnl of war alms, h R9 was fssuctl In rcaponso lo President Wilson's famous'peace note. 'Understood' Ih'al the "Combined statement will declare that tho allies agree absolutely on the restoration ot Belgium, Serbia and Rumania, Iho re- demption ot Alsace-Lorraine for FYance and Ihe Trenllno for Itnly and (hit autonomy of Ihci Slavs now under Alro-IIungnrlan rule. ll'the statement by Iho allied statesmen recently have been aimed aE. Rusala. Tlioiigh that country fa eoutid-at hcarl, much wort muel bo dohf, eapcclBlly by: tlio United Slnlea, In poltltig mailers before Ihc Russian people In their Iruc llglil. XPEL PATRIOTIC flOCIALlSTS Milwaukee, (hey placed America above party Wlnflcld H. Caylor nnd A. M. SEm- moiia, leaders In1 Iho, for many fears, have been expelled by Ihc Boclillsts. Tho charges agajrigL (h6bi 'wsre elandcflng 'party nnd Soclnllat ndllonal con- VehflDn and olandorltig members of the party by accusing (hem of pend- ing; out treasonable rind of Made .in Canada. Mammoth Auction AT WADDIJfGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. i. STREET SOUTH Thursday, Friday Saturday (May 31st and June 1st and 2nd) AT TEN O'CLOCK EACH DAY A CARLOAD OF FURNITURE AND .-FURNISHINGS WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE .BY prank Waddinglon This Inrge cdnslgnracnl consists in parlor Thirty six oak and mahogany dressers, over thirty brass and enamel with springs arid mattresses; large Quantity of linoleums and cork carpclting: carpoLa and mgs; fourteen .office cnalrs; thirty-two 'oak 'dining room chairs; .four oek dining tables; about 40 Pairs Lbirfy-fivc pairs sheets; Large Oak Sideboard; 5-piece Parlor Suite in upholstered in plush; centre, table; pictures; curtains; toilet table silver; table linen and an immense i variety of smaller articles or general iilllUy. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY NIGHT, 7 to 10, TERMS CASH PHONE SALE AT TEN THURSDAY AND CONTINUES UNTIL- THING IG SOLD. L- S'ASK. DIES. jiejlTia, 'j Wright, (or rtnrV j-eirs depiily r'o tfnclnl Irensurcr nnd of Joint'stock companies, died suddenly 6f failure fit Ihh mom tfAin Knglna pcclorla, iALF- PICE Oil LADIES' SHOES, sizes 2 to M inclusive close out our sniall sized Ladies': within (he next two weeks jiyc have decided itoiilacc (he whole of our stock of Indies' Shoes in small sizes on sale at 'iiiis includes the smartest styles, the newest combination .colored shoes which arc so greatly in today. (.'ADIES1 AFRICAN BROWN BOOTS. solea. leather Louis hoelg. 'IlCRii lijilf Pi-ii.'i. Ort Sale LADIES''PATENT AND BRONZE KID L'ACE BOOTS. Wflh Fawn sllcdc 'lialher liccla. receding toes, Oootl- ycar wcltod solos. Itcgu- Isr 19.00. 'On Ealo LADIES' HIGH CUT BLACK KID LACE BOOTS, turned soles, leather heels, receding tots. IICE- 7t..1f On Salo......11'111 A rLU Alt Children's at LAPIES' iEPlA BROVVN HIGH Leather Louis -heels wlch toe. Hcgular- t LADIES' DOROTHY. DODD SHOES. All wClLod Boles. I'ace and buLlon. I'nttnt, Ian and .ana wide. ice. .P.CBUlar ?5t to LADIES' f <5% On Sale and Colon- Rock bottom t The Cut-Rate American Boot Shep 'H Old Stand llfi Fifth ;