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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 1.1920 THE y ETHflRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 'WEEDED W empt to throw cold, water oa Its labors. -_ Premier Jiillerand ehowed the Ger- mans that the Peace Treaty -was not scrap ot paper, it could tiot be scrapped without a scrap, in other The Germans evidently had ,o learn this lesson. One Will Plant 1000 Movie Man Fllmed'Monn- tics at Drill (Fro.Tr Our Own April 29. Mouday morning brc-Xe over who is a High school teacher. In the'evening Miss Davidson sprite In the Methodist chutc.h on her work through Western Canada, and gave a very interesting description ot the way tho girls cf the West had. taken il up. She looks forward to this' work improving the sirls, both mentally and physically. Tuesday was a .busy -day at the. as the movie picture, rnnn was on hand, and had asked 'to have the men perfornJ their ..regular drill, both on loot and mounted, which they did to the satisfaction .of tho picture man. Several others were talieii in- dividuals, including the first "overall men" in.Wacleqd. Another old landmark disappeared from Sltii Street this week, when a THE GARB OF THE HOUR 1 am tho Child of Thrift, I am the Friend bt Toll, I was boru for a noble purpose. I am loyal to tho Workers ot the World. I bare seen them. from Slavery Independence. I have borne tho grease and grioiO of the ages. I have -termed iMaa willingly and well. I Love the Worker. Figures in Re-classificafion 'of Civil Servants Announced, in Commons fgiyf? second reading, put thrfSdghlUio committee stage aud given third reading In a few m'ssiies, The house: went into committee on the resolution which provides for an extension ,ot; the time In which oleomargarine may bo manufactured and imported into Canada. Ponald Sutherland, of South Ox- tho importa- oleo_margar- n the liret nsUnce as a temporary measure dur- ug the war, said he had never been opposed to this. Ho was, however, Btrongly opposed to the mixing of quantities of oleomargarlno and but- ter in order to make tho former pol- ttahle.' uiry at (he university. r Richard elated ttat he wished o digest the report carefully before giving it o'ut for the press. He indi- ated that the report was lengthy and 16 woulo require some time to peruse VUUMIU u[ Q) that the V I IK I