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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .LETHBrimGE DAILY HERALD PA OR twoprizta were .offered, one tor the best lady's and ons (or tho best gen- tleman's costume. The forme a sli- ver bowl, -was won by Ifes'HOth the character of an Indian girl, and i lie latter by Mr. B. Venvlllo, as "tha: hobo." Dancing began about 10 o'clock aud continued to the hour of iwo, au hour later than the usual run of such affairs here, which speaks volumes for the enjoyable iluio spent by those who attended. ThY regular weekly half-holiday lor the summer months coines Into effect, under the town bylaw, on Wednesday Tnln in finnd under tbo town bylaw, on Merchants Join in uooa neit> May 6thi when aii the and Ball a Success (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER. Mty masquerade ball held'U; Hall on Fri- day a largo crowd, as might have beeu expecieil, for no matteV what may. be said, for or against the torpslchorean art. tho fact remain? that 'there always :wlll be a pretty fair percentage of Taber folk who will be sure to vole "yea" on the question of Irlpplug the light fantas- tic. The; masquerade, however, was specially noteworthy, as probably the most important'of the few affairs of tho kind yet held !i; the uptown dis- trict Taber Social Hall, with all Us advantages, is a trIHe distant from ihe haunts of moat of the bachelors, Bad an occasional remark'shows that an uptown affair becomes .Immediately 3 Important from' the bachelor's point of In a re not a fow who fepi.that'-a-hall, of assembly Is needed in thf'tlclnity of the business orchestra -was In attendance, and dispensed a goodly variety--of airs, which made Iho occasion one to be remembered by the waltzers, who appeared to thoroughly enjoy the program. Only 80 Years, Health to Internal Baths: Mr D. 0: Newcomb, 704 N. 4th Are., AtciilBcn; Kan., writes Tyrrell's Hy- gienic Institute New York as' fol- "My "next birthday Is July years old. Have- used Tyrrcll's 'J.B.L Cascade1 for more than 20, years. Best and only remedy that brings relief without the use of drugs. My exper- ience "pro'vad that it always relieves. No danger from it. -My ailments were Rheumatism, Biliousness, This is': by no means an-exceptional letter 'for Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute to are now over half business places except such as Ice cream parlors and restaurants, will be closed from the one o'clock till Ihe hour of eight next morning, it Is hoped that both farmers and towns people will bear this In mind. The boys' baseball match for May 1st did coma oil. as antlclnated on account of the fllty-sevea varieties of weather handed out to this region Hay 1st was a holiday by labor, In fact It had to bd by'everyone who was not forced to disregard Ihe event by venturing out, but the nnlon gave it all, the honors of the rea" thing. At the last council ri-eeting Chief Faulds lu a report on the streets, re commended the purchase of an engine by the town, as .the physica Impossibility of-using the grader If horsepower wereJ.vsed, and the large amount of work to be done, made such a step ad vlsableriThe chief was !olc to go'ahead, and after an investiga lion, a Ruraely Ollpull "was ordered Tho machine has now a soon as. permits'will be put at work on ,TVlth an experienced engineer In'charge, we may now expect.16 seejba Mlllenial dawn, or something of that nature. The trouble with the streets of Taber Is that the heavy traffic requires city arrangements for' which'''the1 town is not as" yet The funeral of the late S. Gutt, who had been ill for.some.time with con- sumption, took place on Monday after neon from late rsBldence'south oJ the track to Taber cemetery, II. Ewart Campbell, a returned vet, and brother of Claude'Campbell, now superintendont of the livestock depart- ment of the Hulled Grain Growers, IB spending a few days. Vis I ting in Taber and vicinity. Eyeatrain is rapidly developing from looking too long in the'direction of Bamwetl by those, who have been accustomed In the[ past to expecting the eafftbbund 'daylight' passenger about The Crow limited now reaches here at.5.32'as. already de- scribed In these columns. On Wednesday eyevnlng next, a meeting will be held in Knox church, in the Interests of the 'Brotherhood, Says Average Wife of Private Was in Sen-ant Class Before Marriage OTTAWA, May Canadian Canadian Patriotic Fund was assisting of all allied armies alike. With the American Red Cross "It was like pulling teeth" .0 secure aid for Canadians -Mr. Bonner asserted. They were toid to 'get out and earn their own tiring.' He referred particularly to Seattle. Mr. Bonner said he would not urge a woman with children to go out and wort. American women were aided by tho Red Cross while Canadian wo- men, living beside them, were told to go out aud find work. Mr. Bonner said the present Canadian pensions scale was inadequate in view of living conditions. Ho submitted that the family of a deceased soldier should be placed beyond need without having to call for assistance outside. He urg- ed CO a month be granted to a woman A Nonsensical, Remark Brig.-Gen. H. H. McLean, a member ue encouraged in Idleness. The aver- age wKo of a private, said Gen. Mc- Lean, was of the servant class before marriage; Mr. Bouner denied this was the case In tha west. A woman without children during the war received J55 a month. The cost of living had increased 30 per cent, since 1918. OJr. Banner suggested a bonus sys- tem wMeh .would bring the pension to a widow vrilh-three children to J103 a month. The normal pension under his scale for a childless widow would be 550, with a bonus of HO a month. The rate of orphans should also bo increas- ed, Mr. IJooner stated.' The patriotic fund often had to'buy clothing. He urged ah -Increase oT 55 a month to leach ;orphan. -Two orphan children ivpuld.How .receive a mouth, but It cost to keep them. Bonner instanced the case of a VancoHiyer widow with two children who had married an- olher Canadian: expeditionary forco who proved to have a wife and four .children In Scotland. The chil- ;dren but the wife was married after discharge, suddenly went blind and died of galloping con- sumption. The widow was refuted pension. This ciso la being re-con- sidered. A inan receiving department of sol- diers' civil rfreslablishment training could not live on a month la Van- couver. An Increase of 25 per cent, was UMded In. such cases. SPANISH FARM LABORERS STRIKE SEVILLE, Spain, May tural laborers la the provinces of Con- stanta and 'Aralau hare struck for increased wages, the movement was reported to be spreading. MESSENGER STOLE; KILLED BY ASSASSIN NEW YOFlK.'May that Benjamin Bikovltz, the bank meaaen- ger who was slabbed to death at ford i Conn., last "August, after bo had disappeared with worth of stolen securities, 'was killed by hired assaEain, because he refused to turn over the for J30.000. was de- veloped, it learned today through Information obtained at secret hear- ings before United States Com- missioner Alexander Oilchrlst, held here !ast month In connection with the bankruptcy against Nicholas Arn- steln, a fugltlve'frpm justice, and for whose arrest a regard of is of- fered in today's local papers. The plot was batched, according to Information received by the police, 1n ihe apartment.of a Cleveland gambler In the theatrical district bero two BLUE RIBBON TEA. Sixteen ounces to the best of quality ineveryounce. That'swhat you get when'you buy Blue Ribbon Tea 47 of tho committee, said women would hot'allowed peasipn. Another man, days after messenger disappeared a million Canadians and Americans using Dr..Tyrrcirs "J. B. U Cascade" uvith like rosulla. By of Nature's eliminates all from the lower gives Nature a chance to work unhampered. You w-ill.bc astonished iiUifl dilterr a nee in your feelings tha morning aft- er an Internal bath. Tho "J. B. li. Cascade" ivil be shown and explained to you by the Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited, who will also give you free, on request, an In- teresting bopktet by Dr. Cbas. A. Tyr- rell, "Why Man of Today is Only 60% Eificier.L" Get Ibis booklet and Imovc Just why InternarBatblng Is BO elfectlve In the promotion of tetter SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi- culty in jirinatlng, often mean serious disorders. The -world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, and uric, sod COLDMEDAL qolclc relief often oS Alidiy dicMJCJ, Known it tho national remedy of Holland for mois than 200 yearn. At drogglstt, SOc, box. f.r 4. G Columbln Gluien Proiein of onycavfKe marhef at which addresses will be' given liy p. section of the British delegation, from tho movement In th? British Isles, and all members of organiza- tion In Taber aro asked to; assist In making the meeting a town Mtss Helen returned on Sat- urday, from Edmonton, where sho has heen attending.the Tho gloomy .weather prevailing on evening, and tfia.. masses ol snoiv and rainwater, underfoot, little effect In preventing the. usual at tendance 'at the G. "W. V: Sunday evening concert on'itay 2nd. There were a few vacant places dud to fears of drowning, but tho audience was Quite large.'enough the- ex acting: .Mr.'Gldman acted as man, and the program waa opened by the singing of "0 hy tha audience, standing. The chairman then called for the first numhcr on tho program, n SODK by Howell Jones which was rendorod In Mr. Jones best mariner. A beautiful aolo "by Mrs Vayro, BellD of S was followed by the "Ora pr sung b'y Mrs. ToHpn, who ulready well to, Tibor aud onces for her oxcelleat tendering ol sacred Tbo, chairman tbeu on Tuffley, prov- ed to be In the'best solo given, by him' being one of the bsbt of the evening. Mr. Gldmau In an- nouncing tbo collection, referred to the'absence of two of the arilsla wioae voices wore cot in condition, and also to the recent anniversary of the battle ol'St-jJilfe'n.-.'and the cir- cumstances ot tho day by the Canadians. He ap pealed to tho of the citizens toward raising the on tho hall and then called-for'an Instrumental aelecllon b'y Mr. Greenwood. A solo by Miss Fullmer brought a tremendous by another by tho same artist Alei Patterson delighted the audience with-his-splendid ren dertng of tha song "Mother and tho, nudience Troulil hava Ilkod more, but Alex Vast ]not to lie coaxed, nnd the proceedings closed with tha singing of the.Nitional Anthem. ,Taber in gelifag'-tb he a centre for prize poultry, but fanciers has taken to special breeds not on ths prize npbt. Lawson was this winter displaying to tho astonished gazo of all beholders a double-yoked egg laid by one of his pet stock, and now has on exhibition a chicken with two slx-cyllndere'd feet. DISCOVER HARMLESS DRUG THAT MAY. END DRUG EVIL a .result a! the dis- covery by a British scientist of a new drug, Old Government hopes to oltai nate !rom use lu country cocaine, morphia arid A young scien- tist discovered tho now compound, which all tho ftnaosthcllcal quali (les or cocaine" and- morphia, iiul which Is tarmlesd 1( used In any other way than as an anaesthetic. When the Government realized the Importance- of tils discovery, 11 commissioned Professor W. M. Bar Hss of UntveraRy to invcsll gate it. Prof. Bayllss, It Is under- stootl, proved tho dlscorory'a grca possibilities. It is said (hat es soon tho Oorernment can repari a bill, logls lation will -bo onacted forbidding th use o! manufacture of .cocalno or morphia. The pollco say that, with tha source of fratjply eliminated, thn stdmning out of the drug habit In Great Britain trill to a matter of 1 iccks The "CAMBRIDGE" No. 1964 In Twia Pair of Simmoni' new __Stecl imboth and beautifully finished. Exquisitively enameled m trie 2ccepced Drcoratlvc Colors. Hzi' the Simmoni'patented preiMti stetl Naiatlcsi .Comer Locks. Easy rolling caiwij. .Your choke of Twin Piir andi Double Specially pleat- ing in Twin Pair, Those Graceful, Decorative Designs in Metal Beds .by Simmons Limited i In harltnony with the finest effects of interior decoration to-day IT will come as a pleasing surprise to most women that Metal Beds can now be had of really charming with lines that make an instant appeal to the eye. Not until Sftnmons Limited perfected their new seamless tubing was anything but the most primitive designing possi- ble. The old-style: tubing, ugly seam running its full length, could only be worked into shapes both unat- tractive and limited in variety.. For years, Simmons Limited has been studying the prop- lem of bettering metal bed design. 'I '_ In order to produce such splendid models as the "Cam- bridge" Twin Paifj illustrated above, it was first necessary to invent a truly, seamless, that allowed the de-- signer full scope .for his art, All of the new Simmons designs are formed from Sim- mons Seamless Steel new invention that has revolutionized the making of fine beds. Simmons Seamless Tubing is square and from joint, seam or roughness. Beautifully smooth, so that the enamel is even and uniform all scratch, check or break. MONTREAL Steep is a bit lubitct! Write fa hskUl "What Ltadir.i Medical Journal! and lltalth Magaunts Say About Separate Bedt and Sound Sleep" Free oJ charge. SIMMONS LIMITED TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY rpHESE fine new Simmons designs m Beds Built ftif A Sleep can be seen in leading stores all over Canada. Equipped with the Simmons Patented Pressed Steel Corner from squeak and quiet and repose. Your choice of many different of Twin Pairs and Double Width in'each pattern. Enameled n the accepted Decorative Colors, and in Mahogany, Oak, and Circassian "Walnut effects. Simmons Springs, Notably the "Waldorf" Box Spring. Composed of finest oil-tempered double cone spirals, mounted on a frame of seasoned hardwood and upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Covered with attractive ticking. Fin- ished with roll edge. A spring that really does give freely to all the contours of the body, yetslipports the spine in any sleeping position.. AND some very charming Brass Beds and Children's Cribs, together with Simmons Mattresses and Pil- built for sleep by Simmons Limited. SIMMONS'Beds, Springs, Mattresses and Pillows cost little if .any more than the ordinary merchandise of the average store. A post card to us will bring you the names of Simmons merchants near your home. VANCOUVER for Steep i ;