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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22.-1920 THR LETHBRIPGB DAILY HEiiAUJ THfRTEEN FttlSlOREW Paris Has Its Housing ProMeifi and Divorced Persons Know It UNPOPULAR WOMAN IS CALLED TO OTTAWA WINDSOR, Dec.. Mrs. NLirtha Ogllvie, cpedal customs officer, whose activities at Wind- -tor port have a storm of protest from many residents of the city, resulting in an ippeal be- ing addressed to Hen. R. W..Wig- more, minister of customs by Mayor Winter asking her remov- al, received; orders last night to report 'to Ottawa for' dxity. Mrs. Ogilvie relinquished'her post at; the ferry dock immediately. NOT SATISFIED WITH LABOR PAPER'S POLICY Par i PARIS, Kov. (Dy The Tf t .1 ft ruliv nf finding livlglnes In 1 b bee i the cause of man? un usuil Incidents rcceatl> Divorced persons seeking separate Labor Xeus, oflUlal organ ot the epav-iinents are having.such difficulty .rrajes auli Labor, unan- imoush accepted41 a meeting ot lhac n W B Simpson, n anager David Bogie editor, oi tne est 5 'fi'j'dlaK'.theui- that, in one case at least, ihey composed their teinpermen- tal d Iterances n to keep their, with the __ old apart-neat dcr i> hich tho paper had been conduct A pa tcr and his Tufe uho had efipeciaii> jince tho split In tun Lc" bj nijlual -grccmcnt Dominion Labor h? been per i ere both looking for apartments vslently Bolted b> delegates at prev Fn.que.ith their path- crossed In their (ous mccllngs ot the council search for quarters The- time1 .________________ they bowed gravely. but! Their mutual emile.gradual- WINNIFRED NEWS (From Our Own Dec Thurs NEW CUNARDER LAUNCHED Drugs Stolen From Vault they open s. door with the result that a steam "plpo froze, burst: and flooded a portion ol the court room this morning. MAJOR JACK ROSS I.O.D.E. PRESENf PATRIOTIC PAINTINGS I'd THE SCHOOL HONTRKAL; Dee. co- calao and to lha value of were stolen frora (ha vault la The board and staff of the Coalhurat tho private office oi High Constable, Public school are'deeply indebted to SI, Marie during last siisat. The Major Jack Hosa Chapter otthe burfiars smashed a window iu 0. D. E. o! Leihbridgo for two beau- oSice, opened tlia drawer of a'dedfc' tiful patriotic paintings, "Joseph containing a hey io tio vault, and i Brant" and "Canada's Answer." Prin- vlth. tha key rccurod access to the1 cipal Watson and the members of the strops room. They two .oat two elaS appreciate the thoughlfulness ;of containing the druss and the Daughters tha Empire. Tha reado away.In an automobile. Tho ladies who out to make tb.9 pra- roDbery was' comrnided iu ths face sentiiUou were the Kegent, Mrs. .drugs were impoundsd as an exhibit ia a 'case now the courts. EilucatioEol 'Secretary, Mrs. Pipes.: Some girls Dirt with aiid some with but tho majority When the thieves left tlio1 building' prefer to flirt with men. b oadcaed a tlie hunt for 3'owed down to a fei7 tho eluni Election. .......___ Ifts klsi and miko up aud go day Oet 16th Mr asd Mra fcacl to ojr nat tho wife sain Jas entertained veo delight j jnd tre> il'd. .fully it wills' Tho KUO ts included Mlllennd v ho recentl> Mr and Mra A Millman Mr and too' ivs e-s.oa of the t'jseo Palace xlrs M J Colll s, Mr and Mrs T recei ea ti nppllcatui. (or hla apart o Godfrey Mr and Mrs Harry Grant me i to do i Mr and Mre Davis Mr and Henry Dandni. lias been ju La Mrs GBO Dunn and Mtss Dowlor Mr S nt- the Mr and Mrs .Ed Capnady. -Deepest I tariff. quirtel- in P-JI some SCned at the midnight Lour ask ng that J Collins assisted Mrs'M A turXev dinner was given Jlondav livery from the flat le referred. t ng 30 in' complimentary to J D Iborburn of J i ?ole 'o d his