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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SVKDNKSDAV, .Sl'lUL 3D, I'Jl'.i 1.K1 iiUlt MILADI .5, PERSONAL v era arose to Yoke Uio hinjor itio ladies uf hi tiayfuE; tliuui llieir Caiir'Muipi whcini I'rouO. ilrs. spoke of the uf i ln'ii'vprj' mumier, a iiiossaae .bi'fiieaf lioiic for ill" future. Mrs. C'onylieatf corned Mrs. Sauford -.vonls of ap- Airs. H. B. McIL.vfa 3ft tue ay .vea- .ccialtoll arvl guests terday to Join Mr. Mcllyca ,n C Imago.; aj( 5lljry, MiKS expressed her gratification llio Teachers AlHrinto bail aitijJyted with the Nai'onal Council at (heir meet- hree weeks, left last evening lor in 'a juio. where lie win resume'his former j Sanford in a few word? spche i of ilie impression n'hich the National r I Council had on ihe Canadian Mr Mrs 'H. Oailuml are levins [Kovernmeni and" I lie atfH sveater in ihu for-; Ottawa and will vlsU future. Sa'rifura said that what she. had been able tu do tor her couu capurUiily for its vruinfMi and The iiuniy friends of Pit' W S lien- (children had been dons the help ik-rstm will be pleased to thai of a greater power ami. in and Mr. aoil Mrs. Gcsree Allen ot gary were visitors in city lod I .Mr. C. Smith, a returned veteran tif the SSth lliittaHoti, who has been in the vHy.visiUni; friwnds Cor ihu past- I11 in Kasiern Canada wid'Americau cities before returning The prince gave his briilf aU-viilue, whicb tia'J v v v MRS. SANFORD SPEAKC he is sppmHLis H tew days in Toronto "u-ill LL' in ihe rity shor urged the MTU men of (Canada 10 fat'ps to tiio ''Above and tic i for iu that fact lajr theii Mrs. M.'j. Gibson and liule hope. ief: wltli Mrs. .Mcllyea 10 1 Covers wei" laid for ?ome li'ty riieiitt'iliu siininitT uioiuhs iu Chicago. I guests. iiLC-ludinj; olliceis ilie 'ocul j coiniuil. wives ul filv e'c-j'syition arid 0 irity rcprc'scniatives ihe lied Cross, society, tho rt'gcutn Cf] Not One Cause oflndustriaL rest Hut ?Many Says Witness VA.VCOL'VEIl, April of (he principle of ituhistrml cilis was Ihe M rvising j some readily for i-ctUtf risen! of labor whu'h gni hcyoriii direci nt-g )iiaiiuus twueii paiployer and einjjUiyod were further of Mr. Mnrrin. 3d cuiitiitujug ihU afienioon. Mrs. Hanford, uf the N'at- Conm-il of Wumen the Local Couiu-il aiui aiTilwletl Murrln. central r.gor cf tiip Hi'ilish CoEuuiiiia Klt'ctrii; Kailis'ay Company, dccalred toutro! Of ilin individual business w coan- of, representatives o! TORONTO METAL WORKERS WILL -DOWN TOOLS" TODAY j TORONTO. Ajiri! 5pr v'. ihe Meial Trades Caan-1 I til decided today 'Jiat nil o'i unionn affllialeil v, itli train j shall teyse work at "j o'clock luilay. j ure oiit this Hftornoon ii. and with new ligiit i (lueslion which is foremost as It'.c cf ihe day. The address, ia can Ire said to have been io. inrorniativc. c-oinpolling and euiertalniiifi. It dealt Tvith In u inaRterly IIKLIIIJIT and ylactd before ".lie- audience in a most attractive Eho.-e employed in llnu labHshineni and representatives of yesterday aftcrniiDii in halt. was ideal syttt-ni A audience was in Kitenil-j Sylvesu-r. work to- ance to hear frtini one of o' the Crunby Consolidated Mining nijrln. The Metal Trades (It-partnwiit womon. The meeting he thought Jiuiuslriiii of iht: Anierlcan Fedtraiioti ot L.iljyj- Ljuuciis woyld prove tuccessful, dt- sent official sanction for velopsng KradiiJiily in their ad lioth parlies were uhic-aicd in tLyir t'aliabilities. Uutli witncs-'tscs thai, one rouncJl b< formtd 'or VAV'II pJani. Tach -nhi tr An addicf.s. of u natur heard in the i-ity o' !r. MnucivLlie delivered Tuosilay) iu Knrji chiir.-li. i; one of the series of Hie Lyceum fashion, triumph of (Jeiuori-acy. Mr. Flowers held, was the seldom, Or thp IOI16 along tile last year lo ttie line of ilemoi'ratK foday. thfriy miles over the liank of the Rhine, in the con- quered territory of thu enemies oC democracy. opi'iied by Uic reading of a report on council worVt hy Miss L. Daw-] don and a received solo hy Mrs. Liiytou. G. presi- i. dent of the local council ihen inlro-'i Uft'l the speaker of iho afternoon strike, and the call to "duVn lias been issued. toola 'way.: with a' grace of oratory tlreat War Veterans ?rU a jTvolutitm i-ondetniitnR the' l TrianRle campaign for Jl.lOO.OUu. _ words of welcome anil apnrci iatira. I worX cmi its