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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HERALD THfi HERALD'S OF LIVE. TUESDAY, MxUr SECOND' SECTION LRTHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN Need 125 jo Secure Train- Leave Saturday-Night After Stores Close .One-hundred and twenty-five paonlo Kill go to Great Tolls on May 22 as guests of the .board of trade. The members of fbe board are 'determined the business men of the city fur this trip and is anxious to see it go It Is not a joy-riding stunt at. all, but ia a''straight case ot the business men of important c6n- ires getting together for the mutual henefit ot both communities. -.There are a number bC important subjects to be" dls.cussed-at-ihis conjerenco. VIl: is Planned to leavo Lethbrlifge the on Saturday night Sunday in Falls, On Monday the business of the trip .will be transacted. Lelhbridge has commenced to bene- fit by tho summer time table of the .C. P. R-> By the early arrival of the Calgary train and "the train from the south farmers In the Lethbridge dis- trict are enabled-to spend more time In Lethbridge: than' was allowed by the winter schedule. Calgary train-reaches Loth- brUgo at and departs at p.m. This, as; the .-time shows; gives farmers along that lino a splen- did chance to: transact: business here and leave again "the same day. From Cardslon the lrTat 11.20 a. m. and does not Macleod ui'lli 1.10 p.m., Vhlch-glves. the farm- ers of.the south a 4o bust-' ness here. Melail merchants1 interviewed this morning say they have noticed a dif ferenca, in trade during the past couiilo of s It means a lot to the farmers insofar that the} are given an opportunity of being In tho city during banking hours Thereia M Siegel dramatic reader ind entertainer is a favor He In Alberta will meet m dramatic recital on Tuesday May 4lh in -the "Dnirefl Church of North lcessof the choir -------------ool oi Impression of Detroit c ays The ot whole for platform entertainment is no longer.a novelty, yet the itact remains tliatVUiere ara-lmt.few who can .so command: of'.mi audi- ciice as time, scene and cliar- n tier, before tho mental eye. "With remarkable versatility, and power is ahlo to 'accom- plish 'this -rthrough, .h'er .magnificent voide and illustrative, action. She gives the whole play with such distinctive changes .of quality, time, pitch, force and bearing, for each char- acter, that after lie or slie first enters, that person stands forth an.individual needing, no further introduction. .Oho hearing and seeing Hiss Sicscl does not need the accessories of tho to place beloro him any.dram- nttc representation which slie essays. Tho1. character, quality and finish, of (Miss.Slegel's -vvor.k are and it attractiveness and popularity demand for her numerous return .en- gagements. The piiterlalnment tonight will be totally different from' thq programs given on Sllss-Siegel on her two pre- appearances in the city. L. D.S. "Publications AT CARDSTON We carry a full line at Suit Lake prices. I. M. COOMBS Deseret Agent Do You Like Special or Fancy Dishes in ihe Spring? .Jf your appetite needs temiil- oiir msnu will do il. 'The Yale THE i-lEW CAFE EW- FIFTH STREET SOUTH FOOTBALL MEETING Tho North Lethbridga Helled will hold a general meeting Wednesday; night "In the base- ment of Westminster school. All In the district covered by 4 that club, who are Interested In football, are Invited to at- lend- The meeting will com- .menco sharp at 8 o'clock. v v O O O v -5 Decision Hinges on Judgment to Be Given By Appellate Court Earlier Arrivaland Later Depar- ture of Jlid-day Trains .Helps-Merchants The quashing of tho conviction against Coiv Bill, the Chinaman, as reported, does uot mean the last of the affair. Taking advantage of tho judgment of Mr. Justlco Hyndman, C. F. Harris, appeared for i the appellant In the quashing o( sen- (tenoe obtained OD the charge of beftig ot what were alleged to j gambling premises, appealed on .be- I lialf ot three of the frequenters who were convicted at the same time. Y .The motion.ivas brought before Mr. Justice Scott in Calgary on. Monday. His loroshlp refused to take the same view of Uho matter as -Mr. Justice .Hyndman In quashing the conviction against the frequenters, fcul'directed that the same may i3 taken to "the appellate division! ot the supreme court "to ie tinally settled, owing to the .yaryliig. opinions of the Judges. Mr. Harris bas, accordingly, taken the case to the appellate division. The judgirierj't. of that court'wlirW awi'.ll- as It w.ill