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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 27, 1920 THE LETHBRmGE DATLT HERAU> PAGE e i ti e nts -X.__x. A LA.- -A- f-' VAUDEVILLE FARKETS WffNIPEG, May ex trecvly Quiet day was registered iu1 the ash grain's today. Thero were no for grades were going tho clearing house with unchanged to liic lower. 01- woro light for cash barley with Mr demand. Spreads were uu- ktynged to lower. Max and rkets were neglected. 'ats closed lower for May: fee down for.'3illy, and mcnt your cvcry-day toilet prcfo- rations, ,_ tif, Ointmtnt 25 SOe, Sold throughouUheDomird rwi. ------United, Si. P..I LONDON, Jlay thou- sand wort_erg on th'e Great India Pen- insula railway" hare demand- ing Increased says a Bombay dispatch 'try. the -Exch.auge Telegraph company. Yealcr'day, sftornoori the men adopted La .threatening attitude, sloned wort shops arid disorganized traffic in Bombay, the dispatch says, whlio some oritorftd the principal aig- lial towers and'comp.cHe.il tho men em- ployed there to raise, or lower signals as they ordered. Trains were boarded by the strikers, who smashed Insulted pass- engers and hold lip trafSc for an hour, It Is snld. When trains repurotxl run- ning, their shatters were closed and they wero again stoned. Military de- tachments were called out but tho fccra had dispersed before the troops arrived. MINERS REJECT WAGE AGREEMENT WH'KESBAJWE, May proposed wage agreement submitted by Secretary of Wilson contain- ing tho maximum offer of Iho anthra- cite coal operators, was unanimously rejected here today by tho tridistrict convention of hard Ac- ceptanco of this contract had bsen re- commended by the International offlc- cra of the United Jlino Workers. ONTARIO REFERENDUM IN OCTOBER, TOO, MAYBE OTTAWA, May Improbable- that, tho Outarlo referendum on Iho Importation of liquor will be hold In October A3 has already beori'decided In Ibo'case of the three other prov Incos. A dennllo date has over, loon decided, GYPSIES ATTEND ENGLISH RACE MEEffliG GUS HILL'S MINSTRELS Our old friend and favorite, George Wilson, who is well remembered here for his merry songs and jests, will be one of the leading-funsters with Gus Hill's Minstrels when they make their appearance hero soon, Mr. Hill promises many surprises In tho performance and has gathered a clever lot of black face comedians as able, assistants in what lie terms as tho "Jjaugh Trust in Etheopean Nov- elties." v Jlmnly Wail is a splendid nssoctato in the clever program of mirthful an- tics of these players who devoto their energies to the amusement of tho theatregoers. -There aro many 'good vocalists and dancers in tho cast and many talented musicians iu tho gath- ering and a. most enjoyable evening's entertainment can be relied upon. Over half a hundred people [170 with thi: company and ably In the skits and novelties that arc revealed as tho performance progresses. MAflEL NOSMAND'S EGGS SHOW A LOT OF LIFE Eggs, even unbroken ones, cab furn sh much comedy when in. tho hands Constipation Vanishes Forever Pernanent-Rellef CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Purely vegC' net but on ihe EMPRESQ TOD AY ANb TOMORROW It.? A THRILLING STORY OF A MAN'S FIGHT AGAINST A, STORM-TOSSED OCEAN. Stop Kter dinner dis- cor- rect Indigea- tion; improve the complexion brighten the eves, O5f.IHB WILLIAM FARN UN DK. CAKnafS IRON PIUS, Nature'i 'great ntrre end Wood tonic for No story so vigorous, 60 crowded with romance has graced trie screen before. A picture that hold you spell-bound. You can'! help but like it. SktplemeMindFeiiileWeiilaKM. The picture a gypsy ihe races on April !J trom the occupants ot motor car Cuticura Soap AND Clear the Skin A JPECIAL FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY FEET CONSISTING OF 2.000 LrtUGHS "VIRTUOUS HUSBAND: ;