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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f monday, september 30, 1918 / the lethbridge daily *1erald page seven  PERSONAL    Mrs. IL N. McCrea and family [left on Saturday for Vancouver to join i Mr. McCrea, who has located there. Mrs. D. D. Kip,pen, who has been visiting her "sister; Mrs. McCrea, returned to ! her home at Klppenville today. .**.. Paul Madge of Milk River, was in i the city Saturday, meeting his daugh-i ter, Mrs. Stewart, of Tacoma, Mrs. Johns, another daughter and her husband, Rev. A. B. Johns, a missionary . from China, are also visiting at the Madge home.  � * Mrs. J. Speck and her two daugh-', ters left on Saturday night for Vancouver, where they will make their , permanent residence. m m m Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Roberts are I moving, to Calgary shortly for the j winter, uccompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. Bissett. �  � Miss Jessie Hamilton, left last I night for Edmonton, where she will i take up her studies in the University of Alberta. The Win-One class of the. Baptist church will meet at eight o'clock on Sgt. and Mrs. D. A. Sydal are visiting in the city with'the former's' parents, Mr. and Mrs.' D. Sydal.  .  .. Mrs. Hedlund's section! of'the Hebe-; kahs will meet with Miss Howe, Room 28, Victoria Mansions, tonight. Mrs. Rosewarn's section of the RebekahB will meet at the Red Cross rooms, for sewing tomorrow night at 7.30. All Rebekahs are invited to at tend. ' * * * Rev. B. H. Winfleld of Foremost, was a visitor in the city for the weekend. � *  Richard Sellens. of Ottawa, is visiting relatives in the city. V *  Miss Aileen Dunham left last night for Edmonton where she will take her senior year at the University of Alberta. Walter' Dunham accom panied her and will take his third year In the university. A. A. McLean, ex-M.P. for Queeim P.E.I., new comptroller of the/Mounted Police, with headquarters at Ottawa, spent a portion of Sunday in the city. Mrs. McLean was with him and they were guests of Supt. Penny-father, at the barracks. Mr. C. G. Groff has returned from . a motor trip to Calgary via Medicine Thursday night at the home of Mrs., j.jat Gibson. All members are requested \ to be' present. The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, O.B.S., will be held on TueBday evening, October 1, at 8 p.m. sharp in the Masonic Hall. Conferring of degrees and past matron's jnlght. A full attendance is requested. I Visiting members cordially welcomed. Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. Mr. ami, Mrs. S. Y. Hurst returned last Friday from an automobile trip through some of the western states, included in which was a pleasant visit to the Glacier, Park.-Bow Island Review. \  mm. Word came to Wfnnifred last week that R. A. Parker was married on Monday, Sept. 23rd at Jonesbon, 111 After spending a few days in St. Louis, Mo., and Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Parker will be 'at home at 828 18th Avenue West, Calgary. Mr. Parker is a former Grand Master of the Oddfellows and a director of the United Grain Growers.    Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Warner of Leth-brldge returned home last Sunday after a week's visit with the families of J. P. Peairs and A. M. Peterson, acquaintanceship with whom was formed when residing in Dakota. Bow Island Review. FISHERY OVERSEER. Ottawa, Sept. 30.-Edward L. Peers, of Vancouver, 'has been appointed fishery overseer during tie absence of Fishery Overseer A. F. Lloyd. Train Your System through the liver, to act naturally, at a fixed time everyday. The best habit in the world is the habit of health. Take one pill regularly (more only if necessary) until you succeed. Then you can stop taking them without trouble or annoyance.; This has been the good-health-rulo for fifty years. Genuine bears signature /&!*mVS&&m**� Small Pill Small Dose Small Price fiSf | w�v TVf1A1)| n Usually H-i Hon in the Blood. Try fALLIU rtUrLfc carter's iron pills "FROM FACTORY TO HOME." COMPARISON! When we say "Comparison" we mean comparison of the Mason & Risch with Pianos in general. As a matter of fact the better quality of. Mason & Risch Pianos runs all the-way from choosing' the raw materials, drafting the designs, ability of the mechanics, to the placing of the last screw in the insignificant hinges of the lid. Comparison of the Mason & Risch insures Conviction *as to,, its merits., MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK. LIMITED FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE *  *  * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * * � � - * As so many local organizations are contemplating sending Xmas parcels to our men at the front, and in many cases , the addresses are incorrect, will all those who have relatives overseas kindly leave the address at the Patriotic Fund office, post. . office building, as they are assisting in compiling the lists for parcels.  * � Those who are attending the lecture by Mr. Buchanan, under the auspices Of the Women's Civic Club tonight, should- bo sure to get there early to secure good seats as a large crowd is expected. � � � The sum of $780 was realized from the tag day held on Saturday by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E.  \�  The ladies' gymnasium class under the auspices of the Women's Civic Club will be started next Wednesday in the Y.M.C.A. in conjunction with the swimming. Children's gymnasium classes will take place at 4.15, ladies in the evening at 7.30. The same fee will be charged as for the last season for swimming and gymnasium. Mr. Brooks, the physical director of the Y.M.C.A., has kindly consented to conduct these classes.  *  The executive of the Next-of-Kin will meet in the secretary's office at the Veterans' Club this evening at 7 o'clock. Members are asked to be on time so that any who wish may go to hear Mr. Buchanan's lecture after the business.   * The first regular meeting of the History and Current Events section of the Mathesis club will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. McClena^han, 604 12th St. South. All new/ members planning to enter this department are invited to attend. m m m The first regular meeting of the Musical Department of the Mathesis club will be held on Thursday of this week at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. F.' Nelson, G43 8th St. South'. The dates have been changed on account of the annual Red Cross meeting on Tuesday evening. �   �J. * WEDDINGS * * , > > : : * BROOMFIELD-RYE ' On Thursday afternoon a quiet wedding took place at the residence of the officiating clergyman in Calgary, when Mr. Russell L. Broomfleld and Miss Charlotte Rye, both ' 6f Stavely, were united in marriage. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Broomfleld, sister and brother of the bride and gi-ctou*, respectively. After a short honeymoon spent in Saskatoon and other Saskatchewan towns, Mr. and Mrs. Broomfleld will reside at their ranch at Stavely.    � ' DRUHAN- CHUDLEIGH On Wednesday, Sept. 26th, the marriage took place at St. Patrick's church of Mr. John Druhan and Miss Alice Chudleigb, both of Foremost, Father Bideau officiating^ Mr. and Mrs. Druhan will make their home in Foremost. r ����  * - ' ' * * FOOD BOARD FLASHES * i "If a recipe calls for 1 cup of sugar, what amount of substitute may be used?" The answer to this question is simple. Use in place of 1 cup of sugar, 1 2-3 to 2 cups of white corn syrup Where honey or syrup is used, the amount -of liquid called for in the recipe must be reduced one-fourth cup for every cup of honey or syrup.' Use white corn syrup in your cooking as much as possible. It is an excellent and practical substitute for sugar. rja:___1___ AUSTRIANS STILL DISCUSS PEACE Amsterdam, Sept. 30.-A proposal that the presidents and vice-presidents of the parliaments of belligerent and neutral states shall be invited to meet for an unbinding discussion of the basis of peace has been introduced in the lower house of the Austrian parliament. The motion, says a Vienna message, was introduced by Herr Neumann, a Libera^ deputy. It would be in the power of the chamber of deputies to convey the Invitation to the parliaments of 'belligerent and neutral states. � The message would be held at a place agreed upon. BIG WAR STEAMER LAUNCHED AT COAST Montreal, -Sept. 28.-The steamer War Faith, of 7200 tons und 290 feet long vr.as launched this afternoon at the yards of Vickers, Limited, by His Excellency, the Duke of Devonshire, ] This was the fifth vessel to be launched �- *JkB Viewers yards this irear. ' '""�''' : --;�";�,;;* Local Freight Handlers Strike Off-Working Today Local freight -handlers, clerks, baggage handlers and yard office clerks, who went on strike Wednesday uoon returned to work this morning. On Saturday notice; was served by Supt. MacKintosh that, as the men had not acted according to law, in that their grievances had not tajn submitted tp arbitration before the strike was called, the company would consider any man not back in hi* place on Monday morning ae having deserted the company's service, and his place would be filled. The men bad a -four-hour session on Saturday evening, and at 12:30 Sunday morning informed Supt. MacKintosh of their decision. Whether the strike is permanently settled however, is another question. There is a rumor that the union headquarters at Winnipeg have given the company until-Tuesday to grantr the freight handlers' demands, and in case a negative reply is received all locals in the west may he called out. The following statement by . the Lalhbridgo Local No. 031 was given the Herald today: "For the information of the public we would like to state that at a mass meeting held in the Y.M.C.A. on Saturday evening las't,' a' full discussion which lasted nearly four hours culminated' in tho decision to return to the public that unless our representatives reach a satisfactory settlement, there is every possibility of a general tie-up from Port Arthur to Vancouver. "With reference to l>. C. Coleman's (assistant general manager of western lines) statement in Saturday's issue relative to our organization, we might say for his information, that we are not the outcome of a plot hutched in u Bassano bake shop or in a wood pile In Winnipeg, nor are we the offspring of. a black hand organissationi originating in revolutionary Russia, nor are we even aware of any connection whatsoever with the so-called Indianapolis irresponsibles. We can however say that if he refers to the person of our grand president by whom we ' are work at once pending the outcome of, chartered, that this irresponsible per- negotiations which' we were wired would commence on Monday at Winnipeg. "This conditional return to work was agreed upon as we considered that the opening of negotiations with our committee at Winnipeg relieved all representatives locally, of company and employees, to reach a settlement on the questions in dispute, and it was further considered that the public should not ho inconvenienced by a further hold-up of freight until an opportunity had been afforded the company at western headquarters to confer with our representatives summoned for that purpose. "We would however like to inform son was a member of the U.S.A. Board of Adjustment which sat in Washington, DA'., to consider the working conditions and wages on the U.S. railways and was instrumental in obtaining supplement No. 7 to general order No. 27 of the McAdoo award put into effect covering our class of employees on the said railways. "It might be stated that during the fiscal year ending September tho 1st, 1918, that 30,789 new meinberB were added to the roll of this order, constituting 310 new lodges, it appears that the only objection Mr. ID. C. Coleman has to this organization is that its headquarters are in the republic to the south of us. "But seeing that he was chairman of the railway managers for a number ot'j years, we regret that his memory nasi failed him. We wou(d like to point' out that the whole of the railway bro-  therhoods have their headquarters in the States, and seeing that we could. , not be different from them we have ours in Cincinnati in the State of Ohio, and not in the State of Indiana. "Before concluding we would like to inform the public that the most cordial relations existed between the local management and the members of this-brotherhood during the past week. "Trusting you will give this letter the same prominence as you gave Mr. D. C. Coleman's, and thanking the press for past services on behalf of the brotherhood, Yours very truly, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE." > ? ? > > ? ? : ? :> : * * > ? *  - MONTHLY BANK * ? " ' CLEARINGS * ? This year............$3,923,088 ? Last year........... 3,544,189 ? �j. *j� �j.