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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARYS improvement In. hl3 keen effected.: Xuifse SCcDonald of Gait Hospi- tal stalf, ti> of Kdmontonf who was in the city to attend Ifo Rogerj- 1'itmkb.ite wedding, hu foue to M.sdt cine Hat where the will spend a time vlsltlug nilj Fill.'Mxret (o the flf. W; ,i v luzela Hardjo left this morning (or MlnneajwliB where spend Illness tho Hamilton -has cone to foremost 'to visit her brother, Mr. P. V.'-i-j-' v-.i' Frlenus'.wiU'srefret to., learn >of- tho confinement to his home of Mr., J. Bawden. Mrs. Humliy, who has been much feted socially during Her .visit- with her mother, Mrs. Saunders, Victoria Mansions, left today lor her home In Mljs Myrlle Hamilton, of Calgary, arrived'in the'city on Saturday last, having accepted-a position on. the staff of the Garbutt Business College. Mr. Justice and Mrs. D. L. Scott, of left for a holiday visit :o Mr. 'Frank B. .Parker retui his home in yesterday, .hlS The, many friends of Corp. Charles who left Gait Hospital to proceed to Banff in quest of better health, will regret to learn that 110 condition, V I Tiled to the afternoon treat the Sir! 1 i eiander Gait Chapter, l.O.D.E, are I vlog on Saturday ueit, Feb. 7th. li u can't conio In for bridge 2.30, for the muilcalo and tea. a.t 4.3K. bone Mrs. I'encefather (1517) for a Krma Bryana recently enter- u number of her irlends on the nlverlary of her fourteenth birth- y, Mutio and were enjoyed, d concluding the 'dainty tha follow- fueits: Amiie Alexandra, -Marie 'attdn, Joe James Jackson, hel Jackaon, Jimmy Burrell, Claude Lwry, Norn, Gladys Oreeu, aurlce. Sanderson, Anna OsUurid, argarel Matthens, Hersche! Storeti eoll Brjrans. has Ramsay, inotrfh at mother and ton .will for the will join the Duia'of COBBaugbr and will to .the spring. T. Mrs. P. Lund entertained a num her rof -tha 'ypunger last- .'evealng Csrdi, music' and dancing were ei Joyed, after which dainty refresh ments wero 'served by the hostess. Gentlemen' as well as ladles are It I Seal Brand Nothing else will do No' otKer can compare witH Sfalg Brancl. Made only from the finest mountain- grown beans, which have slowly, absorbing goodness from the air, the sun and the luxurious soil of the cool wonderful Tropic Uplands.. Perfectly Blended and Roasted, the- rich aroma and1 rare flavour sealed into the Tins. 7 la Ji, I Mid a-'.b. Whole, grouad, At kll ecod BAWDEN BROS. :ii FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE THE WINDOWS MAKE THE HOMfc 'j-The windows of your hoiuc are most Importiint of all, 63 they either 'make" or "mar" your effort to make your homo attractive. i A of our novelty curtains with rich, harmonizing drapes from oiir largo selection, hung on the .Non-Sag Klrsch Flat Rods make your homo attractive to yonraolt and friends ullke. NOVELTY CURTAINS Rej. 517.00 for Reg. for for.. Reg. for. Reg. for CRETONNES Reg. for yd. Reg. for yd. 95c Reg. for yd. Reg. for yd. Reg. for yd. KIRSCH NON-SAG FLAT RODS Single and 65c Doable and Can bo extended to (it any width window. CARPET DEPARTMENT Kyory carpet In stock was selected for Us service giving qualif- ied, plus price value, .If. you buy your carpet now y'oii will bo' dollars In pocket. BEDROOM RUGS, 20 PER CENT, OFF FIBRE, WOOL, ART, AND ORAS3 RUGS TPOHUL iRiliiEDIGI The children's- performance-' ot ;uoen wll! be elirs.il tpnl tho United church.: j Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Yulll, of 321 st Lxc. West, Caljary, entertained I dinner on Saturday utooici la onor of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Alrd, I-this city. Covers were. laid leven." The women of Mo'osaheart LcgiQn; ill hold'a Asocial Mooso halt his evening at S o'clock. .All nd' visiting jnembcrE welcomed. Another of -.the'popular. G. W. V. A.- uaday evening'' concerts '.will, be con- ucled In the Majestic theatre oh unrtay evening next, Feb. 8th. Tho rogram prepared includes the follow- ing: 'Cello 11. Mclnlyre. Soprano Bennett. Smith. Haritono Parsons. Bass Stott. Violin Yates. -.-----_ uSici or >MJ Xea ralfia, Kid- 'Sy in the'- Bsft, jEcsbXti fnd 'otkfr skim affections, jivej assures a speedy tne treat went fiiihfully MIoiMid. thtanly mtditiitt of combined nics and antiseptics. jscnt by.. Ottawa, Oet. ffy bp.broiieat this .meet Those who already have tickets for Thursday evenhtg's performance "Queen Esther" are asked to be in their seats by quarter to eight, as after that time adaiUskra by cash only wll be allowed. Hoyal Crown Coupon week is here Save and send your coupons to thi school this week, or to the collector Piano duet-Mrs. P. Cull and Mr. Mrs- Nesds' A.ve- A' ?outb- Mellon-Veterans' f The Sikokoioki Chapter. I.O.D.E Miller cornet duet. The concert will ho held under .the rectlon of Corp. J. B. Thompson, whose management of thesa affairs Iways ensures a capacity house. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. leld ihelr annual business meeting evening at the Y.M.C.A. Reports oil the past year's worl The of the Malhc- is Ciiih "vrill meet at the home o! Mrs. W. L.. J. Forster, (Mi Sth St. on Thursday evening. Tho presence of every. member of this department is requested. meeting Jnlted church will ho held in ibnlght at 8 o'clock in behalf of'the Forward Movement campaign o! .'the church. Memhers and adherents; a: urged to he present.; 'A special meeting' of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, called for-tomorrow afternoon at 4.30-: ai the home of Mrs. DeVeber, for purpose of voting on a provincial', dele gale on the Educational War MejSor lal committee. k As matter :is. o vital the o every urged 'tomorroX a 4.30-p.m. atths.'iiome.of Mrs. DeVeber TJ'urin'g thei Sunday, evening service :n Wesley chiirch; -Mr Leslie QroB- smith, who' is to give an entire 'pro- rram in. that church on Tuesday Beve- ling next, will present a sacred.'Iec- .ure on music. As Mr. Grossmith is an authority on :his. snhject'and an nrtlst, It is-ex- pected tho announcement or ture will bring out a record atteud- aucejat l.he service. -B A very short special meeting of. the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.DJG., is called for tomorrow Feb. 5th, in the, Y.M.C.A.'auditorium at 3 o'clock. Voting will take place for 'the. provincial' delegate on jha Kdnoatlounl Memorial commit- tee and it Is Important'that every member of the chapter should he pres- ent to cast her vote. The Women's Auxiliary of the Y. .M. C. A. .will meet on Friday next, Feh. fith, at 3 p.m., In the Auditorium. .Members are requested lo note -.the change from evening to afternoon and to make a special nffnrMri IIR present an several important items of business were given from all officers, whic! showed that the chapter closed a verj successful year, and one which give he girls great credit. Motions carried to the effect tha he chapter would on the thlr Tuesday of each -month at tho Nurs ing'Mission to sew for the Gait Ho pltal Ladles' Aid. also that magazine -egula'rly subscribed would be.calle 'or each month, one month after dal of publication', and bo mailed to Vc situated in country district Thp klncLofjmnBanries each vetcra desires try to he procured an mailed to him regularly. Officers elected for the coming yea wero as Mrs. Slaj-nes; first vie Miss Tilley; second vice, Mrs. Ro son; secretary, Miss O'Hagan; trca urer, Simpson; Echo secretar Miss. bearer, Mi: secretary, Mi dbsnoiliors, Mlssea Mac Killop, IjBgell, Cleveland, MacKenzi Smith, and rqpprt.ivill he given Iftt In regard-to'thiE, chapter's work.. WEDDINOG Many Canadian' friends will' Bo i lerested- in the, announcement of tl marriage of Miss Marjorie Campbe ygungest daughter kof Mr. and Mr John "Murdoch of "Gle Klngstohj and Mr. .John Go don of air. and Mr H.. Gordon .'Mackenzie, of Walm took place i cently Ju England. Ml Campbell IE a .young actress who h been winning, famp.for herself and h country by her excellent, work in tl big. emotional-role which she fills "Tiger .which has been playii huLondon for some time. Tho ma riage. look place In St. Paul's, He'vi end Mr. Cathrey officiating, There appears to he an epidemic m'nrrjagca between Ounadhm office dnd-aclresacs nritl'opBrntlc. stars JL now., The lalest to succumb to t chnriris of an English' opera singer LI.Dnt.-Cbl. A. Npwton Stlrrctl, O.D. C.A.S.C., of Calgary., llo was riiarricd" at St. Margaret's, Westmin- ster, recently to Miss Desirce Bilinger, of Court Allegations Bray and Ivtns'in of Quaiti Groceriiel Feb. Canadian the of the alleged speeches made y Bray and Ivens, held y the counsel for the crown to be onternpt of court, there were no fur- b.er deviopmentt at the trial of the strike leaders today. It' 13 expected'-: that' coples wijj -be vallable to to the attorriey- oneral and Chief-Justice JIathe'rs by rhijriday, inprnlng. v Mr. JusUce .Met- (o with .either of he actotsd, stating; Ihnt although he ad'joe power to do so. he -would pre- 'tctJon as1 was deemed adrU: ble'td be. laion by the attorney-sen-1 ral and the chief justice. The qaes- Ion of allowing It E. Bray to be at Iberty.on bail was brought up and bis ordialii pointed out that br Being or- ered cpnflned, lo the provincial jail t the close of the-afternoon session vejtenlay. he had automatlcallj- for- elteiljh'ls'.prevloiis hail. This matter was arranged, however, so that- Mr. 'ray, producing" aTfresh bond, could be re-admitted .to ball. Femle Witnetc F. C. Perry, court reporter of FernI'e, B. C., was called and gave evidence lng the miners' convRi'itton held n Calgary in February, J919. Resolu- ions were read by tho witness, where- upon the accused, Queeu and Heaps, objected. ThVtaUer asserted that.he was not shown to be connected wllh his matter. Maple Syrup, 5s, per tin, each Mr. Andrews: "Gentlemen of the accused. Heaps, was present nt this" cpnvienlfonl- It is the of the crown, however, thai 10 became connected with this at a later date, and look part in the Win nineg strike when he was ono of the conspirators, and therefore, becama equally responsible, each being an agent for the other." Mr. Perry, the witness, was asked b> Mr. Bonnar, counsel for the defense if there had been any -difference if the character of tho labor convetitionL during the last 20 years. Ho replied: "Yes. the last few conventions pass cd resolutions more, emphatic .in dp. maudlng the overthrow of the iires ent system of society. They wished lo eliminate production for profit.' In answer to a question as to wheth er they wished to bring the minea iiir. under differtut control, Air. replied Uiat they.- did. "Government asked Mr Bonnar. as opposed to the present sys was therreply.: Police Sergeant on Stand WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadia: attempt to question fh adrnfAsabillty of evidence of Sergean Reames, of the Royal Northwest i tual achievements, with' tho .Mounted Police.-was made today by F. auxiliaries keeping good Chili Con Came, .Vta Campi, 2 tins for FijJi Black per packet Pork and Beans] Lily's large size tins, 2 for. Tea, Hudson Bay Ne., 2 blend, 1 packets, 21 for Soda Cknsdes, per tin Arrowroot Bkewts, CjirUties, 1 Ib. oe i 7 ftHE. FOR. SERVICE couraging anu uutiinwi iii detail -tlioi activities' of this urganlziation and-, 'be progress it had attained during the -ear. :.'fhe literature? report -'was- read by Mrs. W. L. IVlCiCenzle.' lor books and pamphlets were rather .huitcd, many parcels had been dis- patched and satisfaction was ex- pressed. over the apparent interest :aken in 'literature provided. The Straneers report was -road on behalf of Mrs. MoLeod by Mrs. Allan, of Coleman. In this connection con- siderable discussion place.; rcla- live to the advisability of .mcro .ex-. Lenslva mctliods of solicitation of names of strangers In the. community and the location of their, abode. While it was generally admitted that con- siderable difficulty, was experienced in keeping trace of llicto departing and those arriving in the-West, on account of 'frequent it wa? unanimously agreed tbat'this practice offered an almost unlimited field for doing splendid and most .influential work. In order that tho work might The joy of service was evident in tho faces of ihe women in attend- ance at this session, when the follow- ing delegates registered: Gardiner, 31rs. pie, Mrs.'Ross, and. Mrs. Gordon. Now" McCallum, McDonald, and Mrs. Griffith. i'incher. Hal'ton. Bryan. At 11.30 the nominating comraitteo'1' met, later joining the delegates at lunch. 4 LADIES' CURLlNfi A i v Mrs "i Mrs jS 745 PM, Draw he made moo'- effective, a- motion made by Mrs. that a 'register he kept. at the doer and strangers rfe quested by a guardian to register, was seconded and unanimously car- ried as approved. Tile Home Helpers- rep'o'rt read hy Mrs. Bryan, of one 6f ex- cellence and great encouragement. other "Miss 1, J Diiop, M.L.A., who is chared with publishing seditious words, In cross- eramlnatiori of the witness. Hugh Phil- lips, K.C., counsel for the crown, made a slrenunuu objection and his ohjec- tlon was sustained. Sergeant Reames Identified a copy Utopir.n and as one- ho had purchased .at the meet- ing held In the Majestic Theatre on January 13, 1913. Diion then took the that lie had not sezn Dixon at tho meeting and that he did not "know whether or not he. hncl been there. The witness also said] that ho had attended various meetings of the I.ihor church, but had not seen Dlion at Ouy of tllem. Ho described i i the speeches irinde at these meetings at which Rev.- William Ivens, one of the accused strika leaders, was the principal speaker, and at which hitter attacks had been made against tho government and capitalists. After a general discussion relative to matters furthering tho "'service and Influence of th'j W. M. S. and per- formance of her obligations, :air-in- spiring prayer offered by Mrs'McCjure' NONE KNEW SHE i DYED OLD "Diamond Dyes" Make All Her Faded, Shabby Turn Buying a Packet of Is not a gamble, but a sure thing that you arc getting the greatest possible Quality and Value to the limit o! your expenditure. TRY FT. teio ihe charming lending Judy In "Sylvia's tho-Arabassadors theatre, The bride- Is only 24, but has already made herself a firm favorite wllh opera lovers in the metropolis, 3he made her debut with Sir Thomas Ueecham's company and has filled im- portant roles In "Figaro." "The Serag- and "The Daughter o! Jladnms Angot." She Is the daughter of a ship- ping merchant living in Manchester. Forsaking the white satin of bridal tradition, Miss Elllngcr, who was given away by her father, wore n'gown of fine while net, tho skirt o( which was draped at either side and decorat- ed with rows of Woklng trills. A long satin (rain, veiled with silver lace, fell from the shoulders and she carried a small bouquet of lillles of tho valley. with filaln firamitated susar Or clurificil uioln.sses, honey, corn instead of fiyrur', if dcsircil. Thus you make 10 oimcce--a fmnily cos! in? no mom linn A small bottle of rcauy-tuadi! cousli And as a ccmjih medicine, (lierc rcslly nothing bolkT to be IIAI! at Tiricc. ]l pii'cs (iiiifh, la.-fina rcll.-f. It.pto.nipj.ly fhc infl.iincil nicniliranra.th.it lino Ihc iiiront nn.i air slopa. tho annoying Ibrfint tickle, loosens tno Iihlfxin, and won your eoiiRh stops en- tirely. Splendid for bronchitis, ctoup, hoarseness niid bronchial asllinu.' 1'inc.t is n h'jrWy conecntraleil.totn' pound of Xorirav pine extract, fnmoui for its hfalintf cfftct on the roembrnnca. To Avoid disappointment nsk .ycuf druggist for ounces of rinex" with directions -nml ilon'l nnythiiif! else. Qutirar.tccd lo nMolule satis- faction or money refunded, The I'Jncx Toronto, Oat. SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTER, I. O.D.L ;