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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl|ESDAy, FEBKUARY 20, 1018 THE ^.ETHRninCE DAILY lIEnALD PAGE FIVB Kdmoatou, Fob. 2(!.-The leglHlal-"tii'B of Alborta rotsumoil Ita intm-rupt-ci\ aesBUm thlfl nUeriiooii at .'! o'clock nftor Us throo wooks' adjourhineiit tb nllow Promler Stewart, to ultencr the Droml^r'n cohferonco at, Ottawii on creatbr pToductfpu. Georl)ilG truck. JJia mother and slstor wQro Icllled In tilie great x plosion.  RUNNER PINKNEY Of lllalrniore, a dispatch rldor al tho front, ij^ho has b9eii decorated. BREWSTER IMPROVING Calgary, Vob. 2B.^Prftmier Bro\v�ter of/BriiMsli Columbia, h'.id a good night and Is doing ,woll. ^ ! initiiiatHnu mm? c. ii7\\. LANl5%' YETUNSOLb Toronto, Feb. 2f).-M.. 11. Macleod, general marvager nf tho western 'Unea of tho Cnmadlan Northorn railway, Mils morning, aaaiirod the board of arbitrators lhaf. ho wa& aware of no contract for cauil 'supply, operating faprlse awaits everyone who tries this.-Advert. VERDICT IN MONTREAL � DISASTER � Monli>eal, Feb. 20.-A vor-rtlfet ot accidental death was rendered by the coroner's jury which investigated the deaths resulting from the tiro in the Grey Nun.iery. It was mentioned by Cot-oner Mahone that the total death list from the ' conflagration was now sixty as n number of children had died since tho disaster. / :� > > ? >'� A 24 HOUR HORSE. IT IS THERE WtTH THE^ GOODS WHEN THE RUSH IS ON. IT, EATS ONLY , WHEN IT WORKS. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE -POPULAR SERVICE C&nada to Glasgow Fop full Information apply to Agents or'. Company's Office, 270 Main St.. yvinnlpeg. Says It Is Suicide to Cut Corns and Tells How They Lift / Right Out. Winnipeg, Feb. 20.-Compulsory ed ucation in public schools throughout, western Cunada should be cs'labllshed , ., In order that tho difierencen in ra-coW"^ i'^'"f and religion wilhlTi the country should net 1)0 perpetuated, was the pclnt ot an opening address delivered by R. W. ^ Craig, K.C., cha'lrraan of tho Winnipeg school board, at the opening ct the 1-th annual, convention ot the Manl.-j loba school trustees association. Thr6o hundred delegutes aro hero for'the convention, wlvlch will last until Thursday aftcrnooa. y____, Washington, oh. 2� WINNIPEG POPULATION  ' \'> Winnipeg. Feb. 20.-The new isinio ot tlio city diroctm-y indicates that the tyotal population of Winnipeg, including the suburbs witiiin the civil govorn-luent la now 202,077. INVESTIGATE STRATHCONA'S -HORSE AFFAIRS Winnipeg, Feb. 20.-Official report is expected from Ottawa soon on the rindtngs of the military court of inquiry held reoeutly into toe I'lnancini siluatic.i ol'^tlie L/ord Stratlicona's Horse. Rciwrts in circles closely in toucii with looal jnllltary UitaJrs are t(j li-' tho etfect that a "debt" or deficiency | of ?10,000 was reve.Tled." GETS THREE MONTHS Kingston, Out., Feb. 20.-Robert Bell was sentenced by Magistrate Far-rell this morning to serve three months in Jail for wearing tUe King's uniform without haviug the right to do so. -1 / � . St. .Johns. Kiil). 20.-Tho stoi\t construction ot tho wireless houue on the liner Florlzel saf&d most of the survivors. Thlr.ty-two per: uns rushed into the wireless nnun, packed so closely tos"'!!"'" they could neither sit nor lie down-. They iwere without food, water or adciiuato -v! Ji),U!^^ They w^rn often wigiili'Ml by boardl'-.i; sens. Some ol' theih, badly in-jMi-od l)y: .flying timbers, died as tl.'py HtoQrt. Tho stronger ones lK;iriened the weakoi'. Tho )irfiil manner in -wi'.ii'.'i membcis oC t.amiiies died ono by one. was graphically described by .survivors. . Three yeiir o.ld lielty Munn, daughter of ,]ohn S. i.Munn, managing director ot the line, was swi'pl overboard before his eyes. The child's nurse, accordjjig to sonio surt'ivors, had been drowned in her berth. Munn w.is swept to his death with tin; largo group on the bridge dcclc. n O NEW SASK. JUDGES \ iHosi^Mi, Fob. BO.-^Hrig, Gen. Embury Hector WacDona,l(l, K.C, and H. V. Big. elow, K.C, this morning received notice of tliolr lappolntmcnt as ludgeB to tho court oi: King's Bench. '  ? : : * > | MARCH ..^ THE CALGARY GREAT_WAR VpERANS PRESENT THE a vivid four act play of the great war company of fifty "special band and .orchestra ^ Prices.....:____ $1.00, 75c, 50c Seiats on Sale st Theatre Box j Office, Thursday a.m. THE WORLD FAMOUS II TRICX Leo Jitn Mitcheli Violinist Pianist 'Cellist; " Aceompanltt, Alex CzttxKi.^ i > Will Appear In . ' In Knox Presbyterian i Church Friday, March At 8.30 p.m.  Under auspices of tha Cholr;.V , . Prices $1.00 to any pait' afv'^l the audltorlunii. Chlljlrsn uni5,'' der 16 ^w, SOe. 1 ' 7 Tickets now onrsaie at Rob�rt<'<| son d. Co. Book Store, JaoHson' d, Co., Oruo Store, Armatrong :&!.; Raworth Jswslry Store and aliv members of ths choir. ^ ' It Is advisabl�.4e sacura your' ticksts aa early - as 'possibles Prospsots are for a'., croweied house. 1 nRPHEUM^^^ "litfle Mln MlgcMef tofIIghV On* 0' William Fox's Best, Also "Olorla's Romanes," Chapter ISand.PIs^ rONIC of Comedy. PMPRESQ JTJI TONIQHT^ Prices 10�-26a. THE MIQHtV PEOTACtC 'WDMMiiiOBD; �f 'Wm m , ^ ' ' ;. i " A'^?'!*.^T*I� ^T-HAN''7H� MTTLixiiyj J �Ma 7 16114735 ;