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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .FEBRUARY 9, 1920 THE LETI1BR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE mentr fee cream and pon-torn balls, were thoroughly enjoyed thirty- seven members prewai. A Kpleudld Interest is in this department of- church, 'not only from the social standpoint bill a high spiritual at the Sunday evenlug services. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Glltuoisr, Eighth Street South, entertained a few friends last'Tbursuay.- evening. In lionbr of Mr. and Mrs. Twist, who a'ro leaving for Ravelsloke this week. The prizes were won ,by Sirs. P. W. Tuller and Mrs'. H. and Mr. J. Mclutash and Dr. fuller. Daoclug i was enjoyed alter relrwkments were Mr. H. El Everall left on Saturday served. _ fur the can on a business trip. PERSONAL "Hob" lugersoli, who Is eii routo to New York alter a pleuaht vacation spout al coastal cities, Is visiting friends In the city. 9 The sympathy of a wide circle ot friends is oitouded Jliose bereaved through the Bmeno. V YVnlion, of spent tho v.cck end In the city. held In tho Y. II. C. A. on Friday afltr. uoou at 3.SO o'clock. The attendance ot every member Is urged as this !B meeting of vital importance. The Nursing Mission Sewing Claaa will meet usual tomorrow after- noon, Any new members wiU wel- come. The Art Department of the Matbesls Club will meet at the homo of Mrs. David Donald, 9th St., ou Taibday afternoon at 3 p.m. Every member vf this department la urged to attend. Tho regular monthly meeting of the Sit Alexander Gilt Chapter, 1. 0. n. B, will be held ou Thursday sfler-i noon In tho Y. M. C. A, at 3.30 o'clock. This being the last meeting before the annual tho executive will servo tea. and hope as many members as possible will attend. Fees ara due for '1920. Members who have not paid will please do so 8l this meeting la order 'lhal they may veto at the annual. SIMMS Nothing Seuatifinal in Trial of Leaders Today Mr. aud Jlrs. Jtmci'j Vote week end wero Eddy returned io her home irom tho Van Haarlem hospital. Mr. Final arrangements have been com- the A. T. P. A. social .and dance being given in Harper's hall tomorrow evenlug anil It Is eipect- ed It will prove one of tho most pop- ular St..Valentine'! affairs. Ladles at- tending are reminded of the necessity of bringing a box containing sufficient WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadian Percy, a member of the strike committee, was recalled to tho stand today at tho trial ot tho seven accused strike leaders and gave evidence regarding a ballot on the question of the Bli-hour day and the Dye Jay week and the organization of the Quo Blf Union. This ballot, he said, .was used throughout labor unions. The ballot, which PcrcJ identified, called for a general strike July to enforce Us demand; it carried. A copy of the first Issue of the Ono Big Union bulletin was also Identified by A. J. crown counsel read excerpts from the bulletin, which Percy.said had been at tlie labor temple on the first day of the general strike. Percy''cross-examined by the defenso at tho afternoon session. Inspector Greer, of the provincial Galop de Concert" police of Ontario, identified docu- UNIQUE PROGRAM BY LESLIE GROSSM1TH Tho following Is the program for the Lesllo Grossmlth recital at tho Wesley church tomorrow iiight.. at ilcd friends in the the week; lunch for two with.the owner's name end. -i plainly written on tbe ot same. Tho deep sympathy of a wide circle! The Big Sisters' cUss of Knox ot-'frlerids -is este'nded'.lliose-bsreav.--church will give a tea at the residence the'death it-Mrs. Kadling'-i of Mrs. F. Spooner, 1233 4th Avenue ton.. J-r'' South, on.Saturday neit between the hours of 3.30' and 6. Another whist'drive of series At tbe Kieetin'g of the MarfeoU Pres- bytery, held on February 4th, the Ilev. A. H. DEDOOII was nominated for mod-: to be given by the .Daughters and crater of the Senate for Alberta. Dr. tUIds of England will be held in tbe J. T; Perjuson made moderalor.j I. hall.on Wednesday evening JThe.uBual.excelMnt program'will be Iciijoyed prises offered. i Mr. and yirs. GiofgfeO DE Crystal Lnkei who aro shortly Icav- cf ihe General Aisembly, 4 Monologue Wonder." Laurie" (From "Tbo Old Curiosity 'Catch v This Shop Slock Shot Silk Socka With I In G Minor (Mendelssohn) movement 'Monologue Yiolin- Piano- (For the left hand only.) Repose. .Curate.'5 composition by ments seized June 30 In raids at Tor- and Windsor. A number ot Itoya] Northwest Mounted Policemen identified documents and literature which they had seized at various raids throughout the west. Judge Rebukes Accuted WINNIPEG, Canadian given by William (11 utno rous) -'Com B' Gentil" SOCIAL. Leslie Gr'oEsmith. "Pacer Despite inclement weather a large number pt ladies enjoyed th_e .bridEJ ami given "in lift K: 'of P. hall Sajurday afternoon, under the auspices of the Sir Alexander Chapter, I. O. D. B. Mrs. B.. IS. Hill and Mrs. B. Saundere were .the fortunate winners cf the attractirj offered for highest score (allied. Ing to reside. In British Columbia, were pleasantly surprised.on Friday even- ing" wheii about eighty friends gather- ed at their home aud extended to them 'their best wishes- for their future health -and happiness. Cards; games and music were'enjoyed'until mid- I nlgot when lunch .was served, and Idulged-lh until h Sirs. Qfaril 'are :the oldest of "Crystal lakeland their departure from tie, community, will Monologue (Humo.rous) Bag Cooking." Character Caster." in A Flat' Monologue Eng- lishman." Musical Melodrama." God Save the king. Mason Flisch piano used. Delightful musical selections were ef- fectively rendered by Mrs. Layioii. M'iss Wellington, Miss. Jones, Mrs. Colpmaa, Mosses Edith, anil Kathleen Ball. T lie tea tables continually [patronized thrbusljyY the afternoon'' funds of- trie swelled. The committee In charge are desirous causa a great deal of regret. i ANNOUNCEMENTS cf. gratitude jl.q thi 'ferrill and Cbnsito.e'f- Hardware Co., for.donalions. t illesdames- Crawford and Mr. anfl Mrs. Thornton Andrews of Caisairv, nnnounce the. engagement 'orttfclr 'fiaupfter, Nelly, to ward of Bow Is- land. AUa.- Tha .marriage will lake place on March'10. (tie iiome.of Mrs.'Kipp, 1415.Slh.Avr, S4 on i.c'arly invitation Is extended' to an: A, silver collection will be taken. file social committee tiuii ot Die Christian Church ;-re to be congratulated on the splcn- i'.W success of tho social given at.tho of. Mr. and Mrs. Kesaler on Fri- WEDDINGS FTTZP ATRI A quiet but pretty.'' wedding took day evening, flame's .were in with tho season ontl the novel refrcsh- placo Bl the Pro-Cathedral, Thursday noon when the Kev. Dean Paget united in marriage Miss Plur enco Hill', to Mr. Arthur Fitzpalrick of Vulcan.'Mrs. Hill, mother of the briilc. acted as matron of honor, while Mr. B. Hill suppprlefi'the groom. The bride is 'well known -in this city, bav j been attached to the nursing mil sion here. in tbe CbutcbeB E. Davis, Minneapolis advertising man, at the trial, was read from tbe records after the crown lad produced affidavits to show that Davis is-In a :Mlnnc'sota sanitarium ani] unable to when triiil of seven strike leaders .was resumed (his morning. A. A. Heaps, one of tho accused, ob- jected, nnd made the statement that the defense had neiv Information which made It material that It be al- lowed toicross-examine Davis. This brought a rebuke frorn Jir. Justice Metcalfe In the form'of an Instruction to' the j'tsry entirely to disregard Heaps' and a warning to the undefended labor leaders not to take 'advantage' of tho fact that they had the right to adilresa the court, to make statements which properly should be evidence, etc. The Judge ordered tho evidence road. R. A. Bonuar, K. C., counsel for de fense, objected, claiming tho law pro vidod for a commission to take evid ence In such'cases. Mr. Justice Metcaite asked Mr Bonnar if he wanted a commission saying that'the court could bo adjourn- ed for a day. Mr. Bonnar replied It a little late i and-naked that the matter ho put oft until tomorrow so that he would have time'to discuss it with his clients and .The DlKon Trial t WINNIPEG; Feb." Press) testImoriy'fof fepresehla- OTTAWA, Feb. far as at present determined, labor legislation brought down by the government this session will be roluor lii character. Proposals were mado that there should be a complete revision of Ihe Lemleux Act. It was claimed by or-- giniied that tho act frequently conflicted with provincial with resultant confusion. On the part j ot labor, It was also claimed lhat tha' act should be mado applicable to pub-1 llcly-owned as well as privately-owned public utilities. Tho trades aud labor! congress has been requested to submit' In specific fftrrn. the amendments which they propose to the act. So, far these amendments have not been received. It is probable that revision i of tho act, before legislation Is sub- mitted to parliament, will first be laid before the board on Industrial labor laws unanimously recouimeuded by the national Industrial conference held i iii Ottawa last September. The when constituted, will consist of rep- regenlatlvea of the Dominion aud pro- vincial governments and ot employers and employed. There is apparently considerable uncertainty as to legislation this ses- sion to give effect to the international labor conventions to which Canadian government delegates assented at Washington in.November. Doubt bus arisen as to their validity. Advices received by tno government indicate that the governing .body ot tile inter- national, labor office has merely or- dered the conventions handed to the secretary of the league, of nations for transmission to the various gov- ernments concerned. Under the treaty of Versailles, aud assuming the onventlons to bo valid, the govern- ment would be required to submit the onventions lor ratification to its par- lament within J2 months. But with validity questioned, It is doubted in of- .'cial circles if there Is any legal obli- gations to submit the conventions for ratification. What obligation eilsts, t Is said. Is moral rather than leeal. tjowever, the formal conventions have The Store of Quality Groceries Lux, 4 packets for Gtld Dust Washing Powder, 3s, per packet Toro Tablets, per packet 55c 35c OSc Scouring Powder, Bali Dog, 3 for.....2Sc Sani Flush, per tin.......................35c Glycerine Toilet Soap, Milady, 3 for .........2Sc Lavender Toilet Soap, 3 for............... 25c Fairy Toilet Soap, small size, 5 for..........25c Pearline, large size packet, each------........38c Lenox Soap, 15 Borax, 2 packets for..................25c Castile Soap, Pendray's twin bars, 2 for...... 25c PHONES 313 and 1513 uot yet been received from (lie secre- :ary of the league of nations. When ;hey are received the government will dclerniiuo Us stand in the matter. Rumors that the government is pro- posing to Introduce legislation to make incorporation of trade unions compulsory are authoritatively stated to be unfounded. TO OUR OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS We Ship Mail Orders Same Day Received. THE FIRM FOB SERVICE By Hea P. McGee. M.D.. D.D.S, LOCAL ANEASTHETICS- eJ, was almost entirely developed nvestlgators In America. Fortunate- y we are now able .to manufacture n tills country all of the Irugs that arc necessary, so that wo never ogain will ie caught with a local annesthctlc as we were at the beginning of The the. G. P. G. Dr. J. E. Loveririg on "Seven Wonders of Modern Tucc-day; 4 p.m'., Boy Scguts the two Mnhy extracts from the strike bul- letins' of the Western' Labor News Phillips, K. C., in which were recited incidents-and progress of the general Basil Baker, an Insurance in the Y.' M. C. A. Tuesday, 7 p.m., _.. camns of'the C. F. .G. .will, meet at J strike. the'home of Miss Prosser, .80S Cth' agent, festlfitd that during tho wcoli Ave South I previous to tho general strike Tnosflay, 's iij Grand Concert given i 000 worth of riot inaur- by Mr. Leslie Grossmith assisted by j ance wag Issued. Under mbers of delegates are ioday regla- "option's read by Crown Counsel Hugh j tion, which will not he open to the Mr. noted violinist. Wednesday, midweek rally. TJiiirsday, 7.SO p.m..' Midweek meet- s ing of tlie Boy Scouts. Thursday, S p.m., SI. .Valentino BOC: al ut the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Norman, 1259 5th 'Ava. A. South. flee6y blankets Its e.isy to keep them (hat way. It's the best way, loo, because pure, clean blankcls wear longer. It i'usf means vslnj thlt parett, surest, Sunlight Soap It wiihcs without rnbliiflg, (irSstiol, or wrenching the It's work urer well clothes strer. on tncKMp LEVER BHOTHERS LIMITED TOKOJtTO M ot'Eugeno Clarence IlRlU of -this AHbea Mario Hale, of Warner, was quietly solem- nized at tlio resilience of Ihe officiat- ing paitor, Hev. A. I.I. Dcnoon, on Sat- urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Kooiler were the attendants. Mr.1 aiid Hall will reside'in this city.'. Games, music and refrcabincnta. Sil- ver-collection at the iloor.. Friday, 4.15 p.m., Junior choir prac- tice. Priijay, 8 p.m., Ganior. choir practice, Christian 7.SO p.m., Choir practice and prayer-. ing. inatlqn by Mr. Dlxon, Dakor said that ills company hail placed' out 000 of which only ?100 -was collected for damages. DISCUSS LIVESTOCK SHIPPERS'CONTRACT WINNIPEG, Fob; At'Ollawa to board of railway commit sionets will meet various rcproseiita tlvpj; of tho livestock; Interests 01 Eastern and Wesiern Canada to rlls I cuss the livestock shippers' contract Friday ovening a dime social is which Iwnjblea OiuUv? "he CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Ladles' Society to B. IV ft E. will hold their ;regular meeting In he 1.' 0. 0. JVh'ull tonight at eight 3'clock sharp. The attention of every member is desired. the pastor's home. Knox session the-veslry at 8 o'clock tonight. .'I will be represented by George Hoad jleyr anrl' the Eastei The Letlibridgo 1 Choral Club .ill meet this evening at eight o'clock the homa of Mrs. Heatli, 1506 6th Are. 8. Will old members bring choruses. Any ladies who are joining the clab are askoil to attend jrantico tonisht. Tho Women of Mooschehrt Legion will meet In the 'Moose Hall at eUht o'clock tonight. Bveo' member urged to be present. Tho regular m'wllnB of this Women's Civic Club will ''he 'hold tomorrow afternoon in their club rooms, post office, building att3.1S( o'clock. Ladles please rpmombsr tho swim- ming classes tomorrow evening In tbo Y. M. C. A. at the Mual hour. The annual meting nf the Major Jack Kosi Chapter, I. 0. D. H, will be school room. Miss Bruco speak. All ladles of the arc in- Tiled. i.' On Wednesday evening at 7.30 there will be a meeting of the Conjugation's Forward Movemsnt' Comrilltec In ths school roum.-Wcdnosnay at 8 o'clock the. Bible Study class will meat, sub- ject, "The lylfe of Chrlsl." Following this a meeting ot the teachers and officers of the Sunday School will bj held.' s On Saturday afternoon., tho Hth tlio Big Sisters class me hoMIng ValefHtne tea at the Fred Spooncr. Christian Science homo of Mrs Scdely, Dlock (ground Hegular weekly Tcsllniony meeting Wednesday even Ing at S o'clock. SASKATCHEWAN DAIRYMEN TO MEET IN MOOSE JAW MISS GOFF is demonstrating Wedding Breakfast Coffee and Arab Tea ALL THIS WEEK AT L C. TEEPLE'S STORE MOOSH JAW, Snsk., Th program for the eleventh annual con venttnn of the Saskatchewan Dalr Association which opens hero on Wee nesday. la now complete. Orio o! tho features o? the conven lion will be the public meeting of con sinners ot dairy prodticls.and In artil tton to experts from ncroas Ihe lin Dr. R Tolinle, federal mlnlaler ogrlciiltiire, will address Ihe meellnu Tho convention lasts three days and uiilic or the press, will bejhelil to- and the convention! will be- Wednesday The local anaesthetic. la a medicine that temporarily takes awaytbe sen- sation or feeling from ono part ot the body, leaving the rest ot the body with its normal sensation. Wo.usa the word to differentiate this type of an anaesthetic from tho "general" anaesthetic, which takes away the sen I sation from the entire body by putting tbe patient to sleep. The: first local anaesthetic was cocaine.1 It was used-with, varying success, hut with a great deal ot dan gcr, for n number cf yearo. The. da: stability of a local anaesthetic, aiid the danger of cocaine poisoning finally resulted fn a series of experiments to find-out the eiact chemical coii- lonts of cocaine. This, fortunately was discovered and today we have-a substance called or, to use the proper government .Word, pro- caiue. This procaino Is vjhat we call A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Mim Kelly Tells How Lydiai E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health.. orrow, n its formal sessions BAD FIRE IN MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW, Sask., Feb. roke In the basement of J. E. vers' cigar store in tbe Moose Jaw ardware. building shortly after 7 'clock this morning. The cigar store lock was a complete loss. Morrison ni Bliickwood, wholesale hardware, le Moose Jaw Hardware company nd F. Wilson, jeweller, also mifforcil eavllyv Morrison and Blackwood es Imate their loss Tim loss f the Moose Jaw Hardware anil Wil oil's jewellry store was mostly fron moke nnd water, but the ilamago to he stock will be very severe. a synthetic product. A synthetic is a chemical Imitation ot a natural drug, ['rocamo contains all of elements of cocaine except tho poison, and In addition it Is much more uniform in Its strength. The results from its use have been truly remarkable. By- using procainc the dentist is able to take away the sensation from any purl of the face or Jaws that he miiy ileslrc. Formerly the local anaea; thctlc was Injeclert with ft hyo dcrmic syringe nround tho exact spot where the operation was to .be per- formed'. Dut nowadays the Injection is made any point- upon the main branch of the nervo Ih'at suppliqs the urea to be operated anil the entire nervo branch is temporarily desensitized so that pain Is absent Tho use ot Ihe local anaesthetic, is nervo blocking, (is thls.molhru Is call Newark, N, ttrca inffered from nervotu 4own and got so weak I could hardly stand, and hauheau- ftchei every day. I tried everything I could think of and was' phy- ncian's cara for two Tears. A girl friend nad- used Lydia E. Vege- table Compoagdand told' me aoost From ths'if.rst day I took itlbepin ti feel better a-il now I am welt and to'do moat any kind of work. I -bave: been recorri- mending' die Com- pound ever'einee tad give you my per- mission to publish this Frx> KELLY, 478 So. 14th St., Newark, S. Jj The Mton ttiii f amont root and herb remedjri LydiaE. Pinkham's Compound, was eo successful m Miss' Kelly's case wu because it went to tha rooto.f her trouble, restored her to healthy condition and at aniult rjerrousneu diupncircdL ,ike a Tidal Wav Heart and Nerve Troubles Sweep the Country Probably al no period in tho world ilslory heart and nerve iToubi jeen en prevalent as they are toda The heart can't stamMhe stress anil train ot this busy, bustling ago, and he care and worry, the nnx'.cty and ac- ivlty ot business life constitute a scr ions drain on the nervous system. The business ot this work-a-ilny world. Eoea with such a nun that Elqutcst hearts and strongesl nerves jrenk down under tho strain. On Ihe first approach of any break down of tho system Mllburn's Koarl and Nerve Pills should ba taken, Tlio of these- on tbe heart Snri nerve system Is simply marvellous. Mr. W. A. Wrlglit, Hopewell Ave. Ottawa, Onl., nutfcr ing for aomo time with my heart, J consulted ft number of doctors, lint go However, I rcarl what Mil burn's Heart and Kervo ..Pills hn now, ami can attend to'my work every day. 1 can recommend your pills t 327 ono suffering na I did." Price 50c n box .at' all ilcnlcrs o mailed direct on ,recelnl. ot prtco, b Toronto C B U R C H FEB. 10th CONCERT TO COMMENCE AT 8 1 5 SPECIAL RUSH SEATS..... In order to give everybody an opportunity of hearing this distinguished artist, a number of rush seats; will be allotted. AdulU.... 50c Chfldren 25c Doors Open at G A Unique Performance by LESLIE ROS SMITH The famoue English Musician and Entertainer. AssUted by MR. JOHN BOWMAN, Violiniit GOOD MUSIC REFINED HUMOR CLASSIC DRAMA MASON RISCH PIANO USED Admission, Adults Children (under TICKETS FROM MEMBERS Of THE WESt-EY CHOIR 50c ;