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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUUTBHX TUB LETHBRIDQK DAlCY HEPAUJ. TfESDAY, MARCH 30, s1-1 SCARLET-CLAD RIDERS ..___. i "that ordinarily arrive here each Tacking Houses Facing Serious ;a markets. nn Arruunl of (lie I '-way wero restricted lo a OH ACCOUm 01 nil few htlll, OTOT rron, yesterday v IK fjiiotaluiiid wcro LAST MEMBER OF CONFEDERATION PARLIAMENT DEAD AXN'AI'OUS KOYAU N.S.. March Alfred Vi'll- li.uu Savary, who since the il.'aih Sir Jaaies has tlie last surviving brr of the confederation lament o! Canada, died ai his homo at 2.30 this morning. He had been uncoasdous for sev- eral days and it was known yvi'ierdAy that the end near. ACCOMPANY REMAINS OF MAJOR KIT7HORR1GAN VANCOUVER, B.C.. Mareh companitd by remains ot ths late -Major ViUhorri- gan, or the Koyal Canadian Mounted Police, nho lluso no In Honolulu, wero burled here Ihls morn- Ing. The service at the pro-cathedral was conducted, by Rev. Fatter O'Hoyle. Among the those present No Cattle Hciwcd in Chicaeo Yards Todav LmcagO laiQS IUUHI. v the officiating ciergv. Washington as-king that federal a'ors IK- sent hero following iho v v ators IK- sent hero following iho re-1 rip CHICAGO .Marrii 30. Chicaso'i fusa! i.f redejal Judjf Alrchuler. who 11L ..-i.. iirbitriUCil other stockyard trou- III livestock too largest m iho (0 aa flriil wcnt UL 1'nited wa< at a standstill day and iiackiug house em- i ployees face suspension of work as a result of the Mriko ui 300 feeders a! '.he An embargo ordered yesterday barred all animals from Iho to work Calling of the strike caused no in- ureais In r.-eiU prices here although the five big packers say their planes, will he entirely shut down within a! week i( ihtt strike continues. Average prices yesterday woro H4.75, yards and railroads were busy divert- compared with 515.10 last week, and ing the thousands of cattle ami hogs [419.65 a year sgo. GIRL REBUKED, SUICIDED ORANGE. X. J., March Rebuk- ed by her father, a wealthy N'ow York coal dealer, (or not lotos punctual at her music practice, Nortna A. Atkln- son, 20, today threrc herself la front I of an express train here and was kill- ed. OIL CO. CUTS MtLON I DENVER, Colo., March