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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1920 TfK JATHSrUIMlE DAILY HERALD, PAGE NiNR Methodist Ministers From East Will Come West For -Work 'TORONTO, itril transfer committee of the Methodist church met yesterday under the chairman Ehtp of RervDr. S. D. Chovrn and granted transfers, iomo of whki fol low. Those marXed with an x Uke place forthwith, .the others at 9 a.m- on the day of the opening of the con fereoce Into which they are trans ferrech Into the Toronto C J. BatU.T, from Alberta. Into the Hamilton J M. Hagar, superintendent from I Alberts; George H. K. Adame, from Into the of Quinte x O; T. McKende from Brltlth Colum bla conference; x Rohert F. SiUlman from' British Columbia conference. -Into the Nova Scolfa H. S. from Alberta. r Into the Manitoba 'E. Atkinson, from Saskatchewan con ference; J. E. Charles, from Saskatc ewan conference; xJ. A. Doylo, fro: Saskatchewan conference; x H. E Hooper, from Saskatchewan confo once; x AValter H. Havey, from Sa conference; W. S. Reid, B A., from Saskatchewan conference x J. p. Wild Gasiatchew. conference. Into .the -Saskatchewan II. W. U.D., from Ham' ton conference; C. W.. Drown. B.-A E.D., from Manitoba confereace x. Eber Crummy, D.B., from Brltls Columbia conference; x SamuelEas from Manitoba conference; T. Tovrnscnd, from British Columbia con- ference; X.Albert J. Waterman, from TCewfoundlnnd conference. ;Into thg Alberta S. Ed worthy, from London conference; X.John H. Garden, B.A., from Toronto conference; x W. J. Huston, from Lon-! don conference; x Ralph L. from Toronto con Percy John-! -from Xovh Scotia T. J. M.A., Phd., D.D., from SaskfttcheTran conference., Info the British Columbia confer- encerT-x Jphn.S. Allen, superintendent fvom New Brunswick and I'. K. I. con- ference; George J. Crabhe, from Sas- Lewis, from Bay of Quinte; i'William Sager, B.A., M. C.M., froni'Montreal. .1. ARRESTED FOR BIGAMY VAKCOUVBR, 29, Instructions from the To- ronto police, local pfflcers last night arrested Ross McMillan, a law studeut here, on a charge of bigamy, McMillan fcenred overeeas In the artillery and' -was wouoaedi. ff SOCIALISTS ARRAYED AGAINST -NON-SOCIALISTS IN GERMAN POLITICS BEHLJN, April Socialist mo to make iMay Day a legal holiday was defeated yesterday both the national assembly and ilie Prussian diet. The vote in the assembly without division, but In tho diet the motion Toted down only after a heated debate, 1C 5 to 1SS. The national assembly also rejected other Socialist "motion proposujs wages should tie.'paid for