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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1920 THE IJBTHBBIDG'E DAILY HERALD MIDADI PHONS PERSONAL Hatred Hu-ru of Fort Montana, is the guest of Mf-s. William Scott.! V t Mr.'iA.! i. Sinclair, 'fCC., of was vjBlthjg ia tie city ywlerdsy.. JCrs. John UorhiiB, one of the oW ,'of the Coulti visitidg ;io tha city. She la accom- panied daughter. Mrs, 'Coover. JudgO; Jackson Is In Medicine Hat today holding conrt. H! G.- and S. Porter leave tonight for-.-Jfagiu. Mr.. Harold -G. bong has from a spent at the Robert- sou ranch, Cardetqn, pjest of Dr. and Jtrj. A. 0. Robertson. .Mrs. Long and daughter Dixie relumed at the beginning ot the week. V H Buchan and children, of Vancouver, who have teen visiting wtth Mrs; Buchan'a parents, Mr. aCd Jlrs. D. J. Whitney, for tie past two months, left this week for Battleford to loin her husband, who has accept- ed a position wjth tbo C. P. H. at that place.1 f Mrs. W. G. Askoy, who Is a patient la the Van 'Haarlem hospital has a host of friends here who are delighted to learn that she Is progressing as favorably as can 'be Pin- cher Creek. Echo. 6 Mr. and 'Mrs. Allan McClelland re- turned on' Tuesday from Letbbrldge. where, under the care of Dr. Connor, -Mr. McClolland's health haa rgreatly improve Pincher Creek Echo. a Jlrs. Alf. Wilson and Master Bain retnrned on Monday from Leth- bridBC, where they had spent the week-end, owing to the seriousness of tie operation on Friday last of Mrs. Greta Bain, who to another of Dr. Connor's patients in the Van Haarlem hospital, Letnhn'dge.' Friends' will glad to- learn -that the latert report received was quite Pin- cher Creek Echo. Premisr Stewart, Hon. C. R. Mitch- ell tad Hon. are ei (o be la during the carnival week. Dr. H. Smith from Chicago, when he at- tending the Notional College ot Chlro praetip for the put rummer. R. H Daw, 'of the Back of Com- merce -staff, is gptudiaj a couple of i Mr. aad C. n. Matthews left today, for Calgary to spend a week during which time Mr. Matthews wOJ the conyeoUon of.' Use Wettcrn Circulation Manag- ers' Association, Mr. kcCleUm, of Buk of 6am- perca staff. tor a two Mr. B. Jodeon retained night from a short trip to KAnonton. MIra Daisy Drinkall returned -to Caleary today after vis Ring with the Bmmereon for a few weeks. ITS G. R. Maraoch. W. H. Fair- 'field and 'S. Ptorter tare returned from Brooks. Mist Viva E3ton and Miss Alberta M. Hufner are week-end Tisitora ia Cardstoa. W. H. Nelson, water Investigator of the Dominion government, will be in Lethbrldge for the carnival. Mr. Don Bark, agricultural expert, natural resources'department, C.P.R., wjll be in town for the carnlril. o Mrs. H. Logan left yesterday for Great Fills, being called there on account of her daughter Marion's ill- neap. Clliby Yonng is a the Gait hospital, fearing been operated on for appendicitis. a Mr. H, B. Baiter, chief engineer of telephones, Alberta, will attend tbe carnival .next week. H. -H. Hull, provincial wereUry of the Social Service League, was in the city for a few hoars today. While here he appointed Rer. T. H. Jones, of Norih Lethbridee United chiirch. Saturday Night p mis MEN'S UNDERWEAR -Men's fine fall Weight Underwear; in shirts kitd drawers worth sary to postpone the hour of adjourn-! ment in order to wind up ihe business of the convention. The topic was in- troduced with submitted by the Ntogara district trades federa- tion opposing the action of the. hydro- electric commission In repudiating the eight-hour day and condemning the government o[ the province of On- tario, for not taking action of making a public statement on the report of the special commltteo appointed to it vestlgate. the dispute between the hydro-electric commission 'and the Niagara district trades federation'arid for allowing 'the hydroelectric'com- missjon to'put into forco working ciirt- ditfbns of labor other than that which Is prevalent In the district. Hon. Walter .Rollo, minister of labor and health, pointed out that there had been no delay in making the finding of the committee known and explained that its report could not be completed before .the legislature had adjourned. He said that to have forced tie com- pliance with the report on the' com- mission would havo resulted in the resignation of Ihe commissioners and naked the congress whether they were willing to sacrifice the government1 which had given VhVm" widow's pen- sions and amendments to tho Work- men s'CompenEadon Acton tho issue. The workers did not have'tp go'back to work under the conditions' insisted upon by the commission. This, he felt was what would happen. Tho report of the commission had' been published in the press" of. the country within 24 hours after it was completed John of declared that they had not given up their rights' nlthough it might involve the down- fall of Ihe government. President Tom Moore, speaking in favor of the committee's recommenda- tion said that the minister'of labor had asked whether they should prefer to force an Issue on this or give up mother's pensions and other legisla- tion beneficial to workers secured by tie government and declared that they should force the' issue. He accused the government of breaking faith with labor In not appointing-.a labor-reu- FRY'S BEST FOOD AT THE LOWEST COST rescntalive to the hyflro-electric com- he'made the issue as to whether'thi mission when there wag a vacancy, or I workers be granted their demanil creating a place for a labar-nian' on or resign, then ho would advise by all the commission. He had no desire to means tbe acceptance of the reslena see the chairman replaced, hut whei. :Ion of the chairman LONDON, Sept. As- soclated policy of the Australian government as out- lined In the senate providss for tho continuation of universal training, find an army of The Australian budget.' items In- clude, one million pounds profit from. the operation of comrnonvrcallh steamers, nnd a hundred thousand] pounds Is allocated for the encour- agement of immigration to Australia' 'and pounds is allotted for sold- iers' settlement. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES 3LOCUM At tho residence of Mr. W. K. Baker, C.V.O., and Mrs, Baker, 773 Shor- brook e street west, Montreal, on Sat- in-day last, the wedding took plnco of their daiigMor, Mrs. Maui Hamilton Slocura, to Col. J. J. Creelman, D.S.O, tho ceremony being performed at 6.30 o'clock by Tlev. Dr. George Duncan. Tho hrlde, who was given awny by her father, wore n navy foliio suit with hat to match, and a co'rsago noufiuet of orchlda. Among tho guests were Mrs. }fjn of Ninety thousand lona of Iron py- rites have been shipped this season from the North Pines mine, Port Ar- thur district. No Worry With "Diamond Dyes" Colors Never Streak, Fade, Run or have that "Dyed-Loolf" E'ath package o( "Diamond Dyes" con- tains directions so simple that any can diamond-dye a now, rich, fadeless color Into woin, shabby gar- ments, draperies, coverings, every- whether wool, Silk, linon, cot- ton or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond other klnrl perfect f( you havo never dyed Druggist has color card, showing 16 rick Give Your Children Bread-and-Milk Bread is nature's one example of a complete ration. It contains everything needed for maintaining health and energy. Food for muscle; iood for bone, food for brain. Good, rich iriilk combined with. Bread forms the idea! food for growing youngsters: ;-'U; X Keep the mjlk-bottle always handy. When the kiddies come begging for "a slice of Make it a bowl of Bread-and-milk, Lethbridge baked Bread Bread at its always pure, wholesome and delicious. It mil well repay you to Slices for One." THE LETHBRIDGE -BAKERS ;