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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAT.R -PROMINENT At CONSEVATIVE Parade, Two; EasybaH; Slatchcs and a; I J.lat in Evening (From Ous Owu TADfcR. May Pay, Way be by the holding or a -monster cilebrat- tlon.un a.scale seldom seer, here fore.'! committee had another incMIng" tonight at which tho rough draft jgf the program for the famous old Birthday was drawn up, and' tHu list of sports Includes one Jootpatl! match, two baseball, matches, list of sports including a big Tpaj-ade, the whole winding up iu tho of excitement created by two separate dances ai. the sauieUlme In different halls, so tlial no will be- denied the oppor- foot II lightly, whoever hc- or may be, until tho early hours of thir: morning after. Tabcr 'dancers to take advantaco of the op- portuutly. for at the dances will be players from Lethbridge, players and first prlto win- ners jftiall their glory. Proceedings will besln with a base- ball) iKUch between two Iccil Sunday schoojl'teams at 10.30 a.m., after w.hlch n retirement for lunch. At 1 p.'m. the big ,'pajrado will take place at which varibus- floats will bo .seen, followed by of the automobiles In lowfe'the processioiubelng .headed by "Col." A. ns mounted marsfial. The parade will follow tho streets, thence along Hussell Recreation Park, where ut 2 o'liinek the sports fqr children will take place, .At baseball game Early Gloopiy Seed: Above are llfree of those who attended the Conservative caucus Toronto They an. from left to rlgbt: Hou. Robert Rogers, Mayor. VP, I Church, aad Henry C. Bellow, cf Montreal, president ot the North Hud Uter? Conservative Cluh of Montreal. fij; from Altawan and we learn that sev- eral carloads of griding fcutfit hute been unloaded at Manyberrles and hauled overland for the work. 19 milM i. westward (rom the: end of steel near jAltavrlm will bring-aha' Hue to An- i cram, almost directly north of One- i four, Ancram lies la' the Sage Creek 1 .valley' and is the point from which a spur will W rim southeasterly. passing JO miles of Onefour to -International '-boundary at WW and -connecting. with a branch from' the Bob's northern Mon- tana, line; This for a was' made fcy the fdejmitment cf the be a great to the settlors In'ibi) Sags Creet'd% Irfct and to.Jpiicioiir people. Completion of in'? HELD FOR VANCOUVER MURDER kicked to death at E.Socal hotel VANCOUVER, B. C., May Mond'1''1 el Molyneaux and Joseph Scanlon [and charged with murder, and Don- aid McGregor Is held as a material witness, a result of the- Inquest on a pair of tpr'.Vo. They cost he body of Daniel Morrison, brutally, the equivalent of 4150 In heiry MonSay country west and .S'whpat is comlng'uu jV grain will eicned dccxeate ia tflieaU to Anerim will enable: (lie al ___ aljezd with arrangements Jlrtilcn'a! headquarters o t that -9t .tie. further If Ivfc-.iecaed DOWJJ' jn page ree fo -A- lAn American woman returned frtra Russia rejoiced at being able to buy f Q wltli M n-xxi. ANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch A. Dunbar, Manager _ brought a Ford-mechanic prontojl an J. B. proceeded on his way, butvwh ,for a tiallh. "ilorali the spudjls be- coming too delicate to trifle with.' place between LethbridgCj an'J'ifijber hlgb school teams, anil at 6.30'rv'iootball game, Lcthbrldgc Frag-; France vfc F. -.The IrfthUridge team vriH arrive OD the at At 9.'. p.m. a tlaarn .will be held in social liaU.- and another At the -jtjihcrs' halt. Johannsen's orches- tra bo in attendance at tlio for- a second orchestra at the will be Issued1 at each halt, will be Interchangeable. and dancers may pass from the one eti Land Blown .Out Confirmed {From Our Own TABER, May spite of gloomy forebodings, the [amount, of damage ff ff ff.ff RED DEER ORATOR ;V' 0 PAYS''-HIGH TO ARTHUR MEIGHJity1 Michael Clark In the House of Commons paid a striking trib'uts to the work of the Minister of lor and the chairman of where and rare., a few i n hall to the other on the presentation! seeding again, btifrlhe "dampness of badges. Admission :to-the uports' will adults 25c, children from, the Two'.large banners are now being hung, the fire hall, the other on Hough 'Street, announcing the cront. The.proceeds will go to the hospital. done by Monday'B high wind, was SeUlement'Board. Following practically negligible. In parts oi the jstor's ablo presentation ot district where the- lighter soils pre- vail, there would be naturally equire oT settlement estimates, Dr. Claik1 F.I- pressed his appreciation, obs'ipHng that.as years advanced on naturally.becatritjiii a paelitsand DEAD AVIATOR WAS B.C. BISHOP'S SON TCIMI7CO T S GOOD BUSINESS Hng undor was soon be gen- It was a persoiialiiloa- .r-l .sure to hear a he found everything to eimtnend and A most Interesting address on the ..sifeaiing oi the LONDON, Jlay Canadian Associated officers irrfa collislfni of two aerpplanei'n'ear.fCqlognc, Bfciff many, is Pivitjg bfflcer J son ot Dieh.fap..DeAJenciergNew aiinster, foVmerly'-'ii Toronto bishop: tic himself served as a chaplain with tbc Canadian forces in France nnd has been mentioned .In..dispatches. .He actually hdfor'e. '.two. boys, who were then under age. Tho deceased officer spent tho greater part of several years flying in France. He was wounded in Decem- ber, 1917. At one time he took his own father for a flight over London. His brother woe an .-artillery officer during the war. Thc other officer who- was hilled with him moro tho same name and inttinls as well-known Toronto air- man, but on Inquiry be.a different person. Disliop Do Poncicr was eipccUd to nrrive tn'Kngland nnit month for the conference -of-.bishops.: and one- which students of anatomy I'.' 5rr-, would have enjoyed. The 'address the committee w.ll pardon me. patf of-publjc I It Wat 'at; barber shop and having the walls and some lime or another, have had a ceiling kalsomlned. -Painters arqj at lor-fnmlshiilgB of E.iralb' ket. rao for drawing attention to these Gco. rjcvlft Into his new .facts. It is not by way of pride but dwelling oh H.iill y. I by way of trying to induce emulation in the in others and bringing other provinces hospital with a growth on the lowe-r up" to Uio splendid position in which part of tho face, Is again moving wo find the good lltllo province of Al- about." -Th great assistance bin) In carrying out this act" Further on In his romarks Dr. Clark '.'Another point upon which. I thftvkv tho.mlnlster.ls to he the" Wet thnt ho Rnd 4ho hoard afe giving, a-predominant chance. Id fjib citizens of.our.country. I think there', is fi double reason which will (Ko'-.rrtcinbers .of wjjy -that-should..bo ..Irt tho fiftSt place, Vift primary duty, as tVc'ry