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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOMMY, Al'Rll, 28, 10UI THK LKTIIRRinriE DAILY IIKRALD MIMEH PAGE ELEVEN Mifs ft Vroomsn. formerly of I.eth- fcridge. who hat been overseas since the beginning of the war engaged in work, has relumed lo her home In Calgary. Mrs. McKillop Is in Kdii'ou- in connection with mifslonary work and is the guest other daugh- ter. .McCatf. Tho Rtv. C. B. Crasg and .Mrs Ciagg, of Lethbridge. and Mr. an 1 Olrs. Cragg, of Bow City, have arrived In Ihe city "to attend the funeral of Jirs. H. Albertan. Mn. Hugh Scott has returned [to .fcer home in the city after visiting relatives in ChNliwack. B.C. Marcclla Latterly, who has lieen a visitor in the city, has return- ed to her home in sary Alberlan. 4 Miss .Martella l.afferty en'.c-rlained aff 4 At Knox manse, on Saturday, [lev. A. II. Denoou united in the holy bonds I ot matrimony Miss Doris Sherman and rYancis Richard Ueale, liolli al Ker- nie. B.C. iCbiircbes SAUNDEKS The marriage ot Miss Marjorie Me- _. marriage or 11 lion, of the sprnE vlitii on Saturday Saunters, daugliler of Ueut- afternoon ihe Women's Civic Club col a'ld Mrs Brvcn lanmiorc i- i beld their annual tea, to Lieu and Mrs. J. Stonso.i rccei-lne the o[ Glasgow Seollanj was many euesls. The spacious at Putnc-v rTielaiid Allt. room was beautiful With iillies anil slanders has LeenTv A I) in Vnl leclions, and.Mrs. Layton rendered most nleasltig- sblbs. Mrs. Mayr Morris invited to the tea room, wliicli was tastefully and appropriately tlecornttil in the _ Mrs. Burnett taking Ibolr plates later. club yellow, crcen and black; Mr and p cooking on 3Iay i7ih. Particulars v-III be given later. The banquet for the officers of ley Sunday school will be postponed until Thursday evening at 6.SO, in liounceJ. of Tuesday evening! as an- May al_3 o'cloek, special meeting of the Tburfilay at S o'clock, meeting of tile tennis club'in the interested are in- vited: 'S. are preparing a balVfor'ih'e InSlanB.' Anyone having second band clothing for old people or children1, uniier. asked to com- nittn.lcate M- Marshall. Cfi'rittUn meeting and S. S. conference on Wednesday evening. Choir practice on Thursday. Rev. Mr. D. Hyan will be here for neit Sunday lo'txsin a week of liiule study oi'i tliC Fundamentals. PentccosM Minion, M5 13th SI. S, service.Thursday at p.m. Prayer and divine healing Saturday at 8- p.m., you are welcome, Bible School, corner 3rd' Ave. and Sfll St.-juesday a( S p.m. This school is for .those whcj love the searching out: ol- God's, .ivpro... Assembly of Meet; liijinbothani Block; S., on Wednesday at S p.m. .Friday, prayer meeting- at the tfo'rne ol-Mrs.-.Coi al S p.m. Aii of God arc earnestly invited to attend these meet- 'Chrjciian Science Society (Hull at S p.m., regular wiek.ly 'icItim'onyTrieetlng. Relief Soc- iety will' meet at 2.30' tomorrow at- "Theology." Voting on the daylight saving by-law took place InMQOge Jaw Wednesday, and. resulted as''follows: For, 352; Against; 58. Wonl reccimi'st'Brockviile of the sudden death in Ogdenaburg. X.Y.. of Cant. G. N.Ubbutt, one best "known'mariners on the river and lakes. going lo Mrs. Street, and Mr. J. U. Chocolates Satisfy the child's hunger for sweets Moir's Chocolates. Moir'i name is a guarantee of tho pure, wholesome quality; of the in- gradients -as well as perfection in the Moir's Limited WATSON, CAMPBEIL ft SMITH, LIMITED, CALGARY ALBEfiTA THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTEk I O. D. E. WILL BE AT THE CONSERVATORY HAIL FROM TO 000 Ktcflloilt iiiiiVlral' ironnm VIA tta Cream CHAPTS.B ,j B. C., April Km- ployfirs were heard this morning bis- J fore the. royal commission on indus- trial relations', sitting here under Iho chairmanship of Chief Jusllce Malfaers, of Manitoba, James Savage, repre- (senting Ihe bis Dunsmuir Collieries, J.. O. Cameron, speaking as a lumber- man, and Pan! C. Thompson, for Hie Foundation shipyards, building wood- en ships-liero for the, French govern- ment were heard. These three wit- nesses went trJo details of their busi- ness operations, systems of deal- ij'lth grievances: among1 workmen and gave their ludiistrial co- operation. flames Corrtpetilive System Mn Thompson, works for who woul'J not "pVopliesy 'pcrinanence for tho wooden' ship industry, said his views were rather those of'the workmen. lie that employers did not pay enough Kllcmiqii to working condit- ions nnd social welfare of their men. There should bo compensation, for a mm compelled lo lay oft by weather conditions. Unrest was caused liy the fact' that Ihe necessity for labor was not equally distributed over tbe 12 mci.ltis.. Hu, lib tried thu "conrp'etlliye ayslem" also'for miicli unrest, but de- clared thnt the elimination- of this cause could only come ing luimanity." Jlr. Thompson lold of conducting an experiment in.wages and hDlirij. which that tile cost of produciion wns less under'an S-hour sctteilula than it bail been under a 10-honr il.iy for tha same wngc. I'licJer examination by the commis- sioners, the witness summed up kls opinion of the cense of tho present un- enough joba; !atl; cra- h not putting money into work Just he said. "Tho tor- ernments have ifa public works in progress. Work Is sinning now in .iomc localities, bnt there is no gel- lied program for caring of the inter- ests of the relumed soldiers." A lit Prsblam "Wberc do you think this Is leading Inquired Commissioner Moore, president of the Trades and. Labor Congress of tald Mr1. Thompson, "'about a year ago'-1 fjult studying prob- lem, for It wag loo big for me." "lint you bad a vnguc Idea'thai It was leading lo "Yea hut Just-why I did not know.'' r We thought Ihe llie; world should work on Tha sjslem Is wrong.'-' de- clared Mr Thompson "There fs no for the lalnrin; man.' llicy atfn, taffeta, novelty plaids, moreen, heatlierldOoni, all rew sprtag models In the wanted colors as rose, paddy, pur- ple, white, navy, wine and black DAINTY NOVELTY CAMISOLES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS RYLANDS CO. EXCLUSIVE OVTEX GARMENTS ;