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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE LAW STUDHfTS PASS EXAMS. Tbo o( tbe SufplsaiBatil Cardstca, Knmlaattoiu ce'nWcttd the Law Socrttjr caadi- practice pro qrs.'of: the Charles K. Adami. K.C., has ativlMd the ut ths same; The'loUowlftE candidates hive been Killw VMar Budhinan. Ed- tard Price, Evan C'oriet, Caltuy, la practice BUabeth C. BUTT, Oldi, practice 'Cornellai Hletet.) MoBat A Co., Cmlfary, oonMitatloMl only; Aleiawier Harper Mflier, H. Solhir, and Uw Julia O'- U..; I. O'.Oaauar, Robert Ptttenan H. Gird Cn', Jlewra; AJlM, NIMoek, .Mas LaMlair.'BlaBcnard "Iclne Hat, "'practice and SECOND .INTERMEDIATE George William Harold MtlUeaa i torts Christian Patten nth, JaipM O, Calkarr .common' lair Bait preU H arlwr: Suit; 4lleiv cedum and real property .only; Barnes Mesers.-Ewlng, Harvle Bury, Kdmguton, practice and pro- cedure only; Alexander Ulacklock Gitaoa, UeMn. Short, Ross 4 Co., Calsarj, .real property and lorU only s.W ill lun ArthurHowes, H. Jltber, Vulcan, m-actlce'and pro-. :edure only; Colin Francis Heseltine, Messrs. Bxllachey fc JBurnet, High ilver, prictlce aid procedure only; Kobert Krpulck) "Messrs. Me Anile t DaVidcon, Calgary, real property oaly; Reginald Frederick HacLaren, I. B. ,yarley, Calgary, practice and procedure only; Fred crick Malcolm Boee, C. F1.'Harris Lelhlbrldte, contracts and real prop- erty only; Jamei George Ruwell, Hewn. Tweedle McQUlivraT, Cal gary, and procedure only; McKay Calder, Messrs DavidaoQ-1 Medicine Hat practice and procedure only; William Ewan Hall, clerk of Court, Calgary) "and' real jropertj A..M. real.'---- erty only.; M. Ethel S. BobtnioB, loaugstown, torts Alfred Sim Land Titles. CrBoe, oaly. Flltrf'1 IHTERMEDIATE ARRANGE MEETINGS FOR SETTLING UP GERMAN REPARATIONS FAUIS. Nov. asreeineBt reached by Franco anil Britain upon (ho procedure la be followed lu set- tling tuc German reparations tjues- lion is received wth satisfaction bi- lbo French press. Tfco plan embraces as Its first stage a conference ot experts ut Brussels, second, a meeting of allied and Gar- I man representatives at Third, consldarattpn by the lions commission oi the findings of the first two conferences, and fourth, a meeting of the premiers to coibidcr the commission's findings. IS ESCAPED CONVICT FROM INDIANA PRISON MOOSE JAW, Nov. Cavan- angh, who shot Ms with a shok gun near mother's home hero two weeks ago. arid has since been re- manded for trial ou the charge ot murder, Is an escaped convict from Indiana state prison, according to formation received by the city police Casaraush was serving a 2 'to 20 year term for rape when ha Ceheva aa 14-191S- Hls' BortUIon reooru repara- has ueen received here from Indiana, where lie was known as Hhue Cav- ausugh. sxcejt In a __ _____, Edward Cecil Snidor, H. Pj Saunllot, waffbun'd'ln the wreckage of hi ilane ;at Tie Siding, forty miles -wes if Cheyenie_lato yesterday afternoon CREW FOUGHT FIRE IN OF. STEAME WOMEN TO HAVE SAME RIGHTS AS MEN MILAN. Nov. the Internation- al conference yesterday ot Ihe eai- ployees of the postal, U'lephone and j telegraph services there was a dis- i cuBslon of the rights and duties ot I women employees. It was decided Here Is a picture of the pvplhi'- ParllainentT.oi Kins Ceorje V. school, Norwood, with .the'principal, should have the; i. Bayley, .who stands In the position of King to This boys' aai girls; parliament settles most! sarae rights as men. but that It should I f the' difficulties ot the school without .the king or to tho-house ot lords, which Is coiuiwEdl ol ieft to (De decision of each nation I of the teaching The pupils' Bhonn picture to right: K. Baiter, M. Hnater, H. Bow-' G. Mercer, Mushkat, D. Siinpaon, W. McClure, W. D. paylsy, teachsr; M.. Held standing; A. is, seat; C. Hunter! Chusic. Absent members of C. .Hutchinsen and B. Allan. is oiNcVly fcr ol Or CKise's V Pills Oiw fill NEW WHEAT WAS SUCCESS 'f ft THOUSANDS PAY RESPECTS TO GIRL Nov. der condltioaa uisttag this year. Kuhanka..wheat proved It- (From Our Own Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Nov. The at this point hai been all hat could be desired for farmers to their, grain to market. Clares- lolmiwill probably ship more wheat his year lhan 'any other town in the irovlnce. The elevators aro working day and night' taking in wheat and shipping as the supply of cars has >een .all: could be pcrso of James Sutherland, died at 'We yesterday aftftr u long lllnes Sutherland waa tho hrst scho teacher In Kootenay, having nrrlvi .from Calgary in 18S5 to lake chnri of the first school at Donald durltig ti tlmo ot the C. P. H. construction. Pr vioiis that In- had been nn nrn school master for the British Rover mont In In'iTla. Ho. was siiccceiled Donald by Blair, now secrcta tb'-'tli'e aficnt sencrM for British Cc .umbla, .jn Kng. Mr. -Suthe land'has" taught In various Bchoc throughout Drltlah {'olnmbla ev since, sjnrt before coming to West U mars IKst year was In charge of ;.MAinonll6. school at Whatshan, at iolRr'at Ilctiala, on ttic Arnnv -Hc'-wArt n'member of llifi Mason fralcrnity, and leaves a widow ai j be We'Jare glad'ii repo'rt'j that. John.: Bmedslead's daughter. wtio A very serious accident about days ago Is rapidly recovering. Sho will be to leavp the Qalgafy. hospitalMn a few days. .-.V. Francis whc has been ri ?idcht ;of. thla district for the past ;ht losf. Tveek in-a hos; he wo.i1' r' treatment; >iir. Downs'leaves ite and three children 'who' have .ths cias know .-here-: 4- 'H The Foot Tiuls'Lunsber'" C-TVundar ew management, are .doiagtqulte a of improvement their mfll. lis company will be one of the most wlate'iniUS when theinew machln- ry-ls be LC country. Several parties, have left town-the ast week for tlie foothills hunting fleet-footed doer. Oco. Burch and Ferris have been tho first, to irn, having got their allowance-of 10 Dacli.on .tlie second day out 1. EDMONTON, ;Npv. F. Leitch, tije shell-shocked-, returned veteran wjJkedrinto; the Icy waters of thft Saskatchewan "river up to his neck oh died in a local hospital Leitch was a traveller Cobpurg Mattress and BeddinB cpmpany. .4 STAiRCASE COLLAPSED; ONE PERSON KILLED France, Nov. person Va's' killed and nearly fort Injured when a staircase at hall collapsed yesterday during About one hundred person were thrown'to the ground when th structure gave way.' SINCE 11870 Vg SHILO sees fra if. INTHt 5TRJPED 'PACKAGE ONLY 2E IF WEAK, THIN OR NERVOUS, DOjJTWORRY Try the Bitro-Phosphate Health Syntem. NEW nre feeling weak, nervous, ilrediin-thc. morning, and ailing, those arc the symptoms that should: worn yoti to take health. Konr pcrsnns-in every ten aro need- Ing more phosphorus In their .bodies When you see thin nnd fretful peo'pto; or those who arc anromlc, pale, frallf oft despondent or lacking In energy, you may look for Ilia need of ccrUid elements that mako for n strong'con- clltntlon, Some people, after relying upon jireirarnllona composed chiefly' o'. Kails, quinfno, drusMc drugs, iron omel, cod-liver oil, etc., wonder why they find no heiieflt. .That In easily explained by the fact that such ]iep sons seed llio phospliorl.'. cleioent, which, Is a most potent essential to and contained in WfUO- PHOSpflATE, thn famous health' pre- paration. Js'ow oh'talnablo everyWridfc. Tim thing' 'to -n mnko a trial v! IliTllO-VHOSPltATE licglniiinK at once. It Is not a pltaril medicine; .the formula Ij by many physicians: fof the Uny o box of IllTHO-rilOBl'ir.VTK. it IJT MACDONALD'S "BRIER" has become a Canadian institution: Smoked by the men history. In the bush, on the trail, in mining camps, prospectors' huts, factory yards, onT trains, steamships, in the luxurious homes and downtown clubs of our Canadian has always been recognized as the smoke. i- f'- ,q MACDONALD'S GUT same tobacco but in new, every Macdonald tradition since 1858, and gives to tobacco for the money. m. w> m w. m cor fe.4; 3f mm ztfmm II m m m m ;