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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAY 2fl, 1917 THE LETHBniDf.E DAILY IIEIMU) PAGE SEVEN II MILADI I3Z4- Mrs. 0. H. llarmou and Mrs. 11. A. i Kelloge are in Calgary. i The Mission Circle will conduct a mid-week jerrlce Wednesday night at o'clock la the Jlanllst church. Good rrosrtm, Kvorylody welcome. TKe banquet held'annually br the "Mathesis Club will place tomor- row kt 1.30 la Wefcley Hall. H will be followed by the- yearly business meeting ftDirolecUbn'of pfflccn. Yelcrtua' al Ibe Chinook Club on Friday after nek) n promises to fce A very succ'eatul social affair. The comnj.Uee of (he Sir Alexander GuH chapter, 1. 0. D. B., In charge of the arraujemeiiti IB making preparations to accommodate a larxe number. The proceeds will be given to the veterans' home and It. IB hoped Ihet EeaUeraen, veil as ladles will show Ibolr lit this very worthy object by alterid.ns the tea. A marriage which aroused consid- erable Interest In Chinese circles was solemnized the'Cubese ml Calgary, Sunday morn I tig. I lie parllea being Ue Gee Dutn, uf Sask., arid Miss Man Du. of Calgary. A large number of Celestials, as woll as Canadians, wore present, al tho scr- as this Is the flrel Chinese wed- ding to take place In Calgary. The wore a drees of Alice blue evepe de chine, wtlh Brussels net veil and a wrealh ot pink carnations anil maidenhair fern, was given by Mr. Ho Lem, ot Calgary. She carried a bouquet of white carnations aud roaas'_ There were three bridesmaids, and they the ceremony quite an OrlenUl'appearance, being dressed In the bright colors of Iho ional costume. The llev. Mr. Hauder- wlck conducted Iho service, Sir. Ho Lem acting SB'Interpreter. After the ceremony i reception was held at Ihe mission, and later In the day Iho TieTrly-mi tried couple left for where they will reside. The cake was ruade in the shape ol small meal pies with the sweets Inside, consisting o[ meat, and cer- tainly from a. Chinese reclnc. Mra, W. L Ilardle la in High River. Ihe gucal of her daughter. Mrs. J, Jones. The (i. I. A- will meet for Red Cross sewing tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 or Red Cross sewing at the Lome of Cudoba, C13 S'.li Avenue south. Tbo many friends made by Mrs Geo.- P. Hew I of WetaBhlwIii during icr Tlell In the city with Mrs. J, A. Jackson this spring wi.i be IntereEL- cd to hear that she addressed a Liberal meeting ou May 2Uh at fv along wltli Hon. U. it. Mitchell. The election tellers have concluded the count la tbe electron of officers of the Woman's Internal tonal Auxil- iary to tho Typographical L'nton. Mrs. J. W. Arnilslcad of Atlanta Is elected president. For FJrst'VJce PreaWcnl (here wero live candidates In the field aud .Mrs. B. Bellamy of Medicine Hat. leads the entire Meld by a big majority. Mrs. It. J. Lowlhor of Moli.es, Iowa, was re-elected secret- ary by acclamation. Prominent women from all over the Dominion havn gathered In Victoria, to attend a week's couvQUlEon or Ihe [ruperiar Order Daughters of the Hm- irire.- The annual meeting commenc- ed yesterday morning. Apart from i conterencc of the president of (hi national, .Mrs. Gooderhnra, with tin provincial presidents, secretaries and treasurers, which adjourned al on o'clock, the morning was occuplc solely with routine matters having to do with ttie registration of the rtelc-, and the signing of railway corllllcntea. These meetings are be- ing heM In the Empress hotel, ooe or two of the a tile-rooms having also been set aside for committee and con- ference purposes, etc. Tbc standards of the various chapters represented have been grouped at (he right and left of the platform, and at the op- posite end of the hall Is displayed (ho collection of reproductions of famous paintings which Is being given by tho National chapter to the provincial Normal ichool in Vancouver- The full-Ionglti portrait of the laic King Edward VII. centers the sroup. IMMIS INMIOSIAY The Salt in DemandTcMJay Me Appreciate a SNOWBALL ICELESS Refrigerator Ollaira. May Balfour was wildly acclaimed when ho rose Lo speak In Ihe house yesterday, aud ev orjlwdjr Joiticd Jo sluglug "For he's a oily good u-as' follow- ed wllh Uirce cheers and a tiger. Mr. Bulfour replied both In-French nnd ID Kngllsli. lie said lhal lie en- loved wfth prn'ound eiaollou tbe op- portunity of addressing (ho inc C'ana- llan houses. Ho had met many mem- bers of both houses Ju' the Old.Land eald Mr. Balfour. "la.one ot tbe greatest crises, noi only of tbe emplre'.hul of tho clvlllieU world." "The ovcreeaa he said "had Into the jre-al war tn e most admirable II liad qulle disconcerted Ihe Gcnuaii statesmen, who had thought that Ibft Jtrltlsh empire was a nfructuro liullt upon sbUllog farrds, which rules Jn Ibo. British empire Is moral power' arising from common Ideas. Paris, May decision of Ihc "In view of the composition of (he FrcTlcll vMy to assoclalc It- riiioh empire." Mr. Tlalfowr 'self with Iho Russian socialists who have called for a plenary conference of the InternDtiooal socialist organ I za tloo, has been conimuulcaled lormatlj to the council ot the wort men'R and deputies In Pctrosrad. Tbo following telegram was sent to the council today by M. Moutcl and M Cachin, the, Russian delegates sent lo France to explain the Russian posl tlon: "We announce to you. with jo> that in Ihe national council the social lat parly of.'France lias unanlmousl> accepted tho invitation we brought to tako part. In the International con- gress convoked by the Husslan revo lulion. (or the purpose of iudicaiingthe conditions ol democratic peace upoi Ihe unals Hied by you. Having faith fully and happily conveyed your mcs sage Lo French socialism, the latlci assures you that It Is entirely will you against Ihe wars of imperialism for re-const Rut ion of Internationale fo the purpose of tho rtglUa pies and of the liberty of nations, do not doubl .lhal there wlH be double'cffort on your side ol Interim .libnallstB and military which can brln us lo a comiub'D end." The dlspatche reiwrtdig yesterday's meeting of th rich socialists at which Ihedcclsloi ..__ reached, to-co-operate wilh Ih 'Russian socialists In proposed fntcrna. tlonal conference eaid that Ihe Frenc parly had also decided to send a dele gallon to Stockholm 'to Lake part th'o prellmlDary conterencc. "oni mlfilil havo doubted Ihat the UrillBh empire. In Ilia event of war, would have aclcd as one unit. "Gut this rolmclo had occurred and all were, bound together lo allafn ilie great object In view. It was different within llio borders of the central cm plres. True. Ihoy are all working to- gether, but liow different Is Hie bond (bat united them. Is support- ed tty Etalcs who love her nol. ho'eatd, but who dare nolr If they would carry out Ihelr aims In their own way, AUB- a Is cot working with Germany as e arc working wllh France. Germany s arranged her policies so tint it uslrla das a will of her own, a he fs ulle Incapable of carrying VI me .5 true of Ilulearia a'Jtl Turkey; cro pawns In the German game of mquest, satellites of' the Prussian un. That would continue to be their le In Ihe event of a German vie- Mr. Balfour erild that Ihe war was clibcratcly arranged by (he ruling asaca tn Germany. "It Is becoming earcr every day lliat It is o. war be- rcen democracy and autocracy. We an only be on the side of democracy, here Is but one form of government ccepUblo lo western civilisation, and LDI Is I lie kind lhal makes ullIran La OUR REPAIR UKPARTMENT IS IN MoKBST, HAND9. ..WHEN YOU BRINO A WATCH OR ANYTIIlXtf TO US TO fiE llEI'AIRBn, IK IT IS MOT WORTH KIXINO, WE WfU, TEIJ, 'YOU SO. 'IP YOUR WATfcll IS NOT "UUNNINO DRINO [Hi MAYBB IT NteED3 ON1A CLEANINQ. 'SHOUIiD CLKANril) KVEHY YEAR; IT W1U, TIIKN LAST J.ONOBB. WIUTBVKR HE YOUR TIIOUUWJS OU YOUH NEKD3 'IN TUB -JEWELRY LINE, COME TO US. WH SHALL SERVE YOU FAITHFULLY.. j ARMSTRONG RAWORTH ISftUEftd OF MARRIAGE J44 FIFTH STREET 9. LCTHlRlOQC, ALBERTA onlrol rest wilt (he people of-; tlie _ -ountry. In [his great -struggle'demo- racy will nol fall, and thai despite 10 fact that democracy Is not an easj- orm of government. It is an enor-1 inus task to manage a great commun- .y of freemen, bul democracy In the nd will do better Irian any form of ulocracy.. At times some of Ihe es- cnllal things of democracy have to sacrificed and political parties which represent organized difference.1; t opinion have to sink their differ ices for Ihe common good." "Do not for a moment let your failh all said Mr. Balfour, in dealing 'urtner with Ihe difficulties which con- ront, the Dominion. lie would assur- dlv be able lo carry home Iho mes- sage thai Canada Is wilh the mother ountry and the allies until victory Is chlcved, "I shall back the Tnesaage tbal .as been eutrusted to rue and shall ell the people of Great Britain that he spirit Ihat animates the people f Canada Is nol Jess ardent than the plrlt which animates themseUeg." Sir Robert Borden said IL may1 be hat we In Canada only dimly recog- ilze tho significance of Ihe great ivenls now transpiring, Mr. Ralfour, ho Bald, had brought tn Canada a great message, and he could ssure 1) 1m Lhat there was never any hesitation on llic part of Canada in be sLanu she woulrt lake. Tbe issue had been clear by Ger- many. .While Ihorcnignly conscious of he difficulties which confront Can- .da and other dominions, Sir-Robert was confident Hut the dtrncullles will met until (ho cause Cor which Can- ada enlercd the war shall be sure. Sir Robort Ihcn moved (hat Mr. Bal- 'our's speech be Inscribed upon the igen of of BrllHh-Allegiance Sir Wilfrid Laurler, In seconding the mollon, said Ihat the Ihoughl of Mr. Balfour laid down a rule of conduct not only for now, but for all Um'e, Dne who had achieved distinction' ils native land, Mr. Balfour'.waa en Itled to acclalai wherever he goes, 3Ut even moi-i so becfliisc of the .hat. he represented England, a.cliam- ot liberty, raolher ol living fia UoiiB. Mr. Balfour could assure the people of Great Britain and Iho allies Lhat "we slnnd today proudtr of our British allegiance thai) wo were three years ago." ,Slr Robert Bordcn moved tho ad Journment of the house. Hoti. W. M. Pugsley proposed three cheers for Mr- Balfour, which wore given with a will. Mr. Balfour then shook the'hand ol 1 those having setts on Lhc floor ol ihc hnuao. District News bera and SPEEDY FOR PLOUERS ChlcaEd Justice for Iho ChtCAKo plotters agnlnsl'llie army solccllvc wag predicted lo day by Claliaueii, illvlaloni chlot of'thc bureau ot tnvcallgatlon .who wtth a uumhcr of uubordlnaU WAS expected to leave today consin lo InvcaUfale the phase ot Ib siluallon In anil otber clt Ics. C. f. R, EAHMNOJ Monlrcal May I'. II, oarnlnjB for thn monlh of April, were 519.60, eipensta carnlinn 44.174.S77.62; an Increase o IUl.G21.fi5; Increase In truss II.-IT4 213.2S .PIN'OIIER CREEK (From the A 'very prclty wedding was Eol Ized'rm Wcriaesday, May ICth, at Ihe ome of Mr. Rni Mrs. Robert Welsh, hen their daughter Ethel Jean, was oiled in marriage to. Mr. Harold Et- Tiistian, by Rev. W. 51. Chalmers, LAV" George Drewcry former resident o[ has injured recently hile at. work in a mine at Ktmberley nd Is now in a Cranbroak hospitaK is -brother. A.. J- Dreirery palil him visit recently. A number of Eriworth League mem- B gave a surprise parly 6JRov. W. Jlercer, al the home of his arenls on Monday nlglil last. >lr. Icrccr, who is a Labrador mtselonary nd wlio has been vlaHIng nls parents ere, expects lo leave soon lo tnkc his work r the Norwegian Lutheran congre- gillon Sunday al Morning Star school house, five miles soulheaal of town.' A large class will bo confirm- ed.-by. Rev. L.idvall, Mr. and Mrs.-McN'lvcn have laken up ihelr residence In the C. I', R de- McNlven being Iho depot agcnl. The: Red Cross "ladles' held their .eeWy meeling1 Friday In the lown The room was wel filled wilh Inlcrcalcd workers. Plans were made lo hold a Tag Day on cite- Ifon day. (From Onr.Own CGlAPsponiJenl) Travcra. May Mr. Sprncklln, nlndcnl of Toronto University, gave a llnfl Eormou al r.kureh OTI Snnflay Ihs.'abscncfl ot Mrs. Windsor, whose dcalh occurred ldaj', burled Sunday at Travert coraclerj-.i service.! htld nl Ibe h6Jso by Artnstrong, where all the neighbors'tethered to ,eilend their smidalhy lo.-.the husband anil children, of aro nvc, llif Ming old.< The family have only inert here a short coming from B. C. 4 newsy newspaper 19 bclnt cd' cd, WEDNESDAY-SPECIAL SELLING EVENT at the'BAY' 16OO REMNANTS Chiffon, Georgette Crepe, Silk and Cotton Nets, and Meclins Iii black, while and colors. All-over laces, embroidery, fringes :nul (rimiiiiiitfs to he sold ;i( :i frnrlioii of (lie cost of inamifucture. On sale all dnv Musi be cleared. BOYS' CLOTHING SPECIALS BoysMJrowii Canvas Sliii'ts. 12 lo J J. Small Hoys' Kneel Lcngtli Overalls In khoii and tan (rlmmoil with red. Sizes 1 to 5. Special JITC Boys' Brown Canvas Blooiiieis Good slronE well made. Sizes 7 to 9 firtj. reare. Special........................... OUC The same. Slies to (o 15 years. QC- Special 30C Housefurnishings for the Home REVKKSIBLK STAIR CAKPKT 27 Inches wide, [led and green colors. Ucgnlar Special, yard, KKVURSriU.K -JUTK RUGS In tan and greco. Useful Size.0x9. feel............. Size 9x10VS lect Extra Special Waist Sale is? Crepe (le C-lieiic, Georgede Crepe, ilabntiii. AH shades IQ choose 1'rom. Tull range of sixes..., Regular ijMi.75. Special Regular Special........'.. Regular Special.....-----. Regular Special......... i Regular Special Regular Special Regular Special Regular Special Regular Special SPECIAL GROCERY LIST FOR WEDNESDAY Pot.tMl tor 50 Ibl. Heavy pack and wrapped. Per case Upton's Tea, Per Ib.............. Corn .Meal in pkgs., 'Each................ Dominion Corn Flakes. Package Dill Pickles. 'Per till Sweet Potatoes 'Per tin Loganberry Juice .Per bcttfe........... 1.40 50c 20c lOc 25c ,35c 20c ,25c Hlrei1 Root Beer Per package Carton's Custard powder Z packages........... Toilet Soap S cakes Tor Prunes. 25- Ib. box. Per box Rolled Oals. 20 Ib, sack 1 1 A English 20 oz. King Beach Strawberry Jarn. Select fruit and pure cane sugar. Per tin Green Tea. 1 Ib. pkj........... 45c Red CrOM WarceMcr f n Sauce. Bottle IvC Maple Syrup Mixture In OC quart JpC Johntton'i Fluid Beef. Each'.-'.............'. VImbot. 3 Lowney'i Chocolate Powder. Tin......... 1.10 25c 25c Beit Gcinulated Sugar, 10 Ib. nek 1.VJ Only two vacki to a customer." called the Travers Times, composed by Mr..Harris, of CQlgarj-, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Holdeh left Sat- urday for an cxieniltd In Ihe States, They took Sherman Hofden wllh the. nxpcctallon oT leaving him at Rochester lo bo treated for his blind- ness, also other ailments. The Atrl an Wednesday met wllh Mrs. Clarke and was Inrgcly ftllendcd, aboul riresent. A lunch WHS flcn'cd by Mrs. Llddlc ami Mrs. Cltirfc. A business meeting held nrid vot- cil In prcaent Mr, anil Mrs. Armslrong wllh a seL'of chairs. The nost mccttnE ts wllh Mra. HfioVcr And Mr. Mitchell sorvloe tho lunch and demon si ruling nliimlnuin .ware, -Those new cars this week ore Mr, Hunter with a Chevrolet, and Jack Standard with n McLanshlin. Mr. SI. Jfihna was al Cftlgary A few days on business. All of Travera.weTil to Chamjilon on Ihe 24th.to sco a ball game. Stavcty vori-from Chtfmplon Travcra to.1 play the team. In Spile of I lift rain llidy played till Ih. wllh .SlavolX'two rnna In the lend; and Ihe umpire cull- ed tha gamo off'for ten mlmUcs, Then ilioy, were lo quit nl alx, o'clock .and Irled lo claim Ihe Dion cy aa, but dirln'L make lhal :go. ,VV Jtf. arid Mrs, DJck ('lemtni lobK'slip- per Monday; evening wttn' Mr.''anfl Mra. '._.', I 0. H. Biusbuaii "id fiuiiiy havo moved Into G. A. Iloldcn'a residence during their absenct. Jerry la drawing wheat with Jires tcarns, -while !he price Is OD Ihe ncllne. A practice ball at Enchant on Sunday resulted In n vitlory lor Trftv- crs.-7-S, If. t'lchl of was Iri" the vlcfntly adverdslng anl listing farrna tor sale. V jV U. S. fiECRUITS Washington, May total of 27G new men had been recruited for Ihe new army up Lo last night. Satur- day's brought In men.. CHILI WILL. JOIN BRAZIL Santiago, Chill, May Bupporl Uraztl In adopting Tlgor measures fcgainst Germany says. Dlario llluslrado. Improve Your Complexion Get yoar. blood pure, teep thc.Hver active; and the bowels regular, and disfiguring pimples and unsightly blotches will disappear frtra the fact, Fcir improving the complexion and potting tbe Wood in good Order 'S PILLS surer than tosmebcs. .They era torn the syston, Sbwigta- are safer, better apd glow to tne ehetkg, the eyes, improve ml ;