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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRILS, 1920 TUF rrrrnimroGE imn.un KT.FAT.N 'Shk Canada Power AstocliUon U folly to the ilgnincanco of preunt CRIME CALENDAR f H. EATOUWN; N. J.; a; A- tlon into the uil coaunfrcUl iealures of 8t! to whlcb It recXpM be irer mated. An'sairprc'e'report by the in- -lonf-1 action ff time. It KlHdeUyjiU potsl- J9re TrinUl a.re- blllty of any.deep: ,8Uii.0t tlon between ths.upper likes and .the burred lut Chrlstiais J eve. Atlabtlc Ocaaa for the neil tolj tha court the{ cades. On hind H a conjpliloed of was (he rejult >blo report U isscured 'Irpm tha the hilarity of the seaSoi: and missloa, doiibt that bad', ff ovary port couvrled iriio.an The Tl. R. "So A, 'Jin lib yeir 1910, I has', fftrvoui-'', frpitralian iu its worstvforra; 110 to llSpbucdJ.' fke doctors lad no hvpe of ncoz'fry, and every meJicino I trie'l proved useless a friend icdvic9l me to taie I began, to jnend almost ai.ohcd, tud never hud such good I. -hire enjoyed the past eijlit years.': without f a'boi, sii deilere or sent postpaidJij LtajSted, OtUn.' E v t .'McGlbbons. They mot w'Sli Questionnaires hare been foreatded Jan In love' to-the various, dies, Including LelU- 'olh and decided to be ;v v bridge, asking for Information j to Tltu each ;friarrled. ClauOU Mae's time up but she ru- aes me was up u se re- proporiion of local exports shipped to to for tn8 weddlug, the lioints in Canaaa, the States, and over- bridegroom being still netalueiKfor to what extent tha chicken stealing. They say they In- would be increased if the Great Lakea teai Etart ]U9 all over av connected with the Atlantic by I0on a8 Buckiand Is released. 25 feet deep channel which could u navigated by 90- per. tent of 'ocean; LIBERAL FAVOH8 CASH carriers. The object Is to turnlso GRANT TO SOLDIERS the Commission with all the data poss- ible to ensure n favorable finding is regard to tho project. 'PEG CUSTOM April qol lections at. Winnipeg fisca year ending March 31 040, more than a million-and .a halt di Late (Jeo. Hugh Macdonnell ig Kuneral Befitting His Career Tho funeral of the lale George Hush Macdojinall .took' SHE WEAPON cal bodies, are not conitdorDd as like- ly to make any radical changes in tho conduct of their departments. The reinstatement ol H. P.-Hans- STORM HITS TdltDO TOLEDO, O., April occupi tiou of Toledoans this niornlog aa they arose to Ease upon snow-covered n f oivov jnun-xvi HO a? ccwrfftloner for Scilejwig af- streets, was guessing the'neit i tain, vrhich in announcedi-'bu jctrea iw fain, cblch gireoj 'treat satisfaction to tlio39-who ta, der-rfyetl them of of trjus- ifec.ttd to en anneiattonarlst" policy portal ire. Unotior difficult question I regarding the disputed northern confronting them was -iliir it .jet'lo Agreement Beached Whereby bowever, that tie appointee's pottlcai Enon-UU Cabinet., Has Betn Ousted of S-jrday friends are endeavoring to persuade the bus drivers to corer and bini not to accept Ihe poet, fearing many of them had not up on his presence In the government regular runs today. As a re-uU 1 wioW "be oijd In propaganda against. thousands wero forced to :walS la tlio JCOPBSJJA.OBN, April freezing "temperature: tfriienieit to'call, off the ,L.X-1- "v ''-r resulted la forcing Klcgi j. _ :v 'to the Tlobo reached by employers last aa j -wan of an .fnlprsulre char of tie entirely novel ute. An Aperient Since The ;Time of Ilie vrik niluiil OnL, April a iwliiig held hero ou Saturday In the Interests of A. C. Slaeht, the Liberal candidate la the Temlskaming federal Mr. Slnght charged Sir James Louehecd, senator, wllh In ef- ficiency In handling of the returned eoldier. Mr. Blaght declared himself to bo.ln tuvor.pl a cash grant to the returned soldiers. March were tboqo of any previous'month on roc ord at the Wiiinijmj .cd seems to meet with general approv-j local Land al by the parlies. Jt Is .composed the fune'raii largely of the, permanent eecretariet! large body of'-the of the different government depart-> .carry on the, .cuts fa the' wsl-, -idorcd pnrely wade. Corporal .temporary In' character. The other Daso.'.Corporal Bruce. Corporal Cor-j portfolios are' held.by men who, al-. NEW'AIRPLANE STUNT LONDON, April first aero- plane to rise end alight again on tho deck of a. warship was ono ot those I aboard ihe Furious while the British 1 fleet was off VIga recently, says the I London Times. Aeroplanes used to ascand from the Furious 'during the war, hut were.unable to'tnako rings on the vessel again, This! tlmo It successfully .accomplished. IN MEMORY OF HEROIC NURSES Corporal Btaley. though representative of rarlous pollii-i oVflj" flooi railei tiowd wed heal tfctj-Jct Matiil'iMmiloaHtallliSeltlmitJittoTm) h Tim. Mttltn'aMamtiU Sold at all good druggists STANDARD REMEDIES Winnipeg, Hu. Great Comedy Drama Starring Percy Hutchison Coming Here Fri. and Sat. One of tlio season's finest attrac- tions at the Majestic theatre will bo the prcsentt'tion at tlio Majestic thea- tre on Friday and Saturday this "week the BnglIsli'..coiBedr Oraina, .which will bt presented Percy Hulchfson %dd his spienflId Foliowjng a portion Win- nipeg; FttejfeiiefsV-cBtJcitak-oWOec oral the performance- given on the opening .night theatre ''General tbo-deliclou3 com- edy-drama In I eh the rigid. class distinctions of hefqrs Hnd the topsj social tur bino .which brought fo the ,top only those who sen Ed tbeir country in bor hour of need, pnnided Perc> Hul chisou and Iris rtorlmg, company of Knglieh players with'ft. Tehlcle that will provo' o dellfebt this Weak. Nearly local patrtn of tho dramn saw "Tho Luck of tbo the other play produced by ?Ir. Hutchison, tho first thing one have -seen both playa is: "How doeo -.'General, i'ost' compare with "The Luck of the Post" Is not quito so hut ninch richer in liumor, a quality that always appeals strongly to Winnipeg audiences. At the conclusion of the performance when Mill Elsie Etrachan, who plays the part of Betty, and Miss Mildred who is can as Lady Brough- ton, her roother, had received six beautiful bouquets over tho footlights, en rcfponto to several curtain calls, Mr. Hutchison made a little speech, in which he stated that never had'a first night-audience grasped more readily the subtle humor of the drama. Tho play- itself la tlio 'story of n ue: I'Shtfnlly peppery Engljeh' country squire, wiio -perFoniflcs the unyielding prejudices ofjliote whose. hive been anrt their son an'tf-daughter. It covers fi perloil strelcliins from tho nnlobol- lum days of 1911 to somo time about LOW when folKs nro trying to Ecttle liowri to the ordinary business of life. The timo allotted la sufficient to show tho marvellous changes in viewpoint that come to conservative old Albion OS a result of the war. Mr. Hutchison, as Smith, plftjs the part so admirably lint Brigadier- general Smith Is one of nature's gen- tlemen. Thorn..Is a depth' of innate refinement. "fil'til.- pterltps" monboo'd about .character. After Mr. Hirt- clilson thei ehoulil he pasEed to Aubrey OlsHerj .who ns Sir.-. Dennis proves hl'ms'olr.li mosfflnlaheil ucior in til3 iidrlraynl' of Hint