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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IJETHERIDGE HERALD .WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Railroad Operated By Motor Truck Passes the Three T lion Mark XlOXTItL'AL, Nov. third] day. (or McGill Vnivers-! ily1! y "licr to thoose betweei the general be: ing a fi SIme. Kershetz-Sbubei-t chose the: former. She wiis' ovri the countn anl cang at public, while tbo Bol tbj sheMk Lot olfite ru aggreg- busme in vhuh particrj ate e on communi J tic-all) praised her ox ecut on which, was nol extend ed uf tin, cli her' TOM NOT P Bnndell president of the Building Trades Council, .Teas tuis ;tbe federal grand irvestlgating- -Alleged building trust on sudence supplied b> tbe joml legislative committep The iiidicfmouf vrnlch lorrtams three touuts charges him with, attempting io' extort from a house wreck ,hhg ftrni and he, Is alleged lo have 1 threatened to call a strike of the .nnn jb.e s ar 'court'} Spe ual_ County Attorney Itich 1er in hjs appeal lo the tender; tiPO ten-year G per from the- provincial government. The se- curities are payable in .Winnipeg, To- ronto, Montreal and Xew :YorK, ami sold for 102.721. Will Pqwer and Hypnotism "When I Irypnotlze a man' be has no will but mine..- I am his It was these Nor- rnan Osgood at'a h6use 'fatty, that itarted :m 'argitftintrbri- nypnollsni and.-'the power ofCDivlne and', iuman vill. .'Aiii'lt was ahe-argument that 1 the hygpijollc'-de-pioiigtratlpng P. B. Scoboyof Son Antonio. Texas, close., friend of President-elect Harding'of the I'. S., who may tear the same confidential relations io him .that Col. K. Jl. House did lo .dent Wilson. ROCK SI-IDE HITS FAST'MAIL' TRAIN SPOKANE bnglneer LanOls: and Fireirian JIcKtiight wore injured.' when n'- rock slide "struck.the Great iS'orthern'woslbouni faSt mall train No. 27 at Katka. Idaho, early today. The engine was derailed, but Ihe 'cars remained on the track Great Korth'ern pa.gseuger trains numbers 1. 3 and 13, westbound, wore delayed by tbo "wreck for six hours. 'ASSOCIATE EDITORS PHOENIX THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY brings H. Warner, popular favorite, to the'Phoenix theatre to- day and.all-week'. This-' Jesse Hampton feature, distributed by Pathe, has-been given .life able di- rection Hfcnry, King. -.'The casl in siipporl'.o! H. includes: Afr na'.Q. Kilsson. Adple Farlngiphi Lil- lian: mcli, Phillips. Thomas Pay- les, and many others, FAMOUS PULL BROTHERS AT THE COLONIAL TODAY AND THURSDAY" The famous Pull Brothers company, ivell known from cc-hsl.to coasts will _________ Hie attraction at' tho" Colonial to- 'IPRONTO, Nov J 0 t ir- day and Thursday Iu'llicir no.wcsl pro- son, of Rev, Robert. Had- dilution of bxperlence George modern moralit> comedy drama PI todai Tilling the -story of joung mau todayr-iii.bls fight with the world, will be preseil-; ed by i P. Ray Comstock apd Morris Gest al'.the Majestic on Ta6sday. and Wednesday next. is now In its seventh the virtues and; vices of mankind are personified infthe ten brilliant scenes of "Experience." The curtain rises in the land "Where Dreams Begin. Here Youth takes leave of his sweetheart, his sis- tor, Hope, and accorapanlTafAmbition out Into the big world-witU a spirit of sjiriiiKlime in his heart, buoyed up with, a determination of 'confidence thai-he will surely make a great name the lAisy marts of trade nd.co'mmerce.. On Ihe Street of, Vacillation in the Youth meets Eiperfence, 'and Is determined to. steadfastly pirf: .EUC his way 'Ambition, until he meets a fascinating lady called pleas lire. Dlimleii by her beauty'and alliir-; ing talcs, he refuses Jo pay heed to the message brought him by, an elder- ly lady called OpportunityJ-Bewitchcd by Pleasure, Youth turns from lion and follows her to tho joys of the Primrose Palh. The delights Youth dow "of. Toronto are to lie associate editors of .the new Pre'nbytertan week- ly the Presbyterian Witness. Canada is in !hc management of Ihe new paper by Ucv Morris THAN EVER With a Ntw York company of 40, A story of youth's success'oyer this primrose path.- Music, comedy, drama, spscfacle.' Mail Orders now.being received. Same-will be.filled In.order of.their receipt." Seat safe opens Saturday, Nov. ,2Q, at 10 a.m. AND LARRY SEMON tbo comedy king, (n latest comerly rlol, Between the Acts CANADIAN PASSENGERS .r. OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS Spokane (o Portland and California VIA Spokane, Portland Seattle Railway "THE NORTH BANK A wondevful trip .nlong Iho Snako ami Col.uiiihia rivers', and through the of the Cascade MoinilEiins.' "THE NO'RTH BANK LIMITED" nt night makes direct con-, heclion t'-L Spokano with thR Canadian Pacific Spokane Internationa! .iVnlu, iiud arrivn'i at I'orllnnd in .llie'iiiOriilng. "THE INLAND EMPIRE EXPRESS" by day leaves m tlm innrnliig, Portland In tho early nilowlng t'liiiadlan iJ.ioswgcrsmi ovcr-nlsht stay in Kpukane..... Cunneclirjns for Cullforniii are mado In the Portland Union sta- tion. Trains leaving 'morning, Jiftyrnuou nn'd iiffiht. Klftcplni! cnr arranse'njcnls will bn Dolnlls, ele.i.smpjilied Ijy railway .-igctila or tlic iindc'ralgnerf: W. SKINNER, .Traffic' Jlanasor. f'ottlfind, Oregon. W. G. PAINE, (Icii'l P.iss.-Agwil. Kimkane, ;