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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, THE LETHBRIDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE, Theatre, Apply Len S. Brown, .Colonial Theatre, this evening. 438 Lord French Has Soft Job And Lucrative One; Not Much Chance Of Retiring; No Foundation Oilice of Lord Lieutenant is Not; As Expensive Now as Before Salary of 000; Possible Successors liis- cussed. DUBLIN', Oct. rumors that Lord French is about to retire from the office ot Lord Lieute- nant because he is'dissatisfied with'-hla lack of Innuenco'oh policy aro: ed In usually wellrinforraed here as without foundation in His rote wag definitely settled several months 'ago' when 'Sir Hamar: Green' wood and (leh'eral llacready cami'fo Ireland and no change'has since taken A .j FINE SHOWING FOR PINCHER CREEK (Special to the Herald.) PINCHER CHEEK, Nov. 17. the. financial standing is considered reason sufliclent to return the .aldermen ivhoso this year, -J." E. .f, fees and j; J. pjllcspie will go. bach into the -puncll by acclamation. Pincncr terms expire' th Av; Ii.f, fees and j; J. j-puncll by .i 1 ablo plScp anjojig-weslisfu (toes mrf.o.we 'f. tli e -haute a e u ny a has cleared lier..debenture' iudebt- 'cuueis .Tho uollcy, 6f retrenchment and economy JJrig.-Gen Mitchell, C.B.; When first. JjYenc_hI r'l along all lines pursued hy the. D.S.O., who lias heen appoint: ed to arbitrate the price to paid by llio Ontario Hydro Electric Com; iiiiKstan for power supplied it by the Electrical Development Co. A la responsible fqrrlhls. Chief Secretary and tho arrangement .aplemlid condition. An election was .that each.should have an equal voice in the 'administration. When they the 'difference -was re.-' ferred to' the cabinet. Where there was no time to" make the reference French's, view..prevailed. This plan did; Neither party was' Each minister, thought lie could do JeCter without the other. Mr.'Shortt was sent.away to tho H.o'nie Office, and Lord French was allowed to choose ,a Chief Secretary not colleague but as a-subordinate chose ,Mr.. Jlacpherson, .of whcm.he had had a1 favorable experi- criqs' when Macphersbn was der Secretary for'War: V Ixjrd 'French is said to'have inter- fen'd in all the details of adminislni- liojf. Ho tired of -and.Wel- comed the-change which brought Sir Hainar" Greenwood as1 a i Chief Secretary directly rcpcscnting the cab- inet, iind General Jlacready to.con- trol the armed forces, .The three men have.-since: got on well together and the iViceroy Is understood, to bo coil: lent with a mainly ornamental posl- 'lion him 'from much Profit Tho salary .attached'to his post.is a year, .with various addition- 1 al allowances, some couces- sions-. iri'on consider high tires. arc and thjt yoi IhB life ot .old- by our upio-date retreiiding methods i Letiibridge Vulcanizing Works -PHONE 16H E. CHAPLIN, Uthbrldgc. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, MacleaJ. For Appointments Phoiie 1W2 J MRS.fMARTIN I 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th 8t _____' j'.- MUS1G s F. H. WlLKIiNS SIGHT 8PBC11UST S2T St. S. t Opposite the Empress. 1S5J. 3937. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric fcigfet art Powtr CdBtraeton Phoot 1331 MISS AILEEN M. Pia'ylng and theory.' Pupila enter- ed'for the examinations oJ the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England 100 rer cent, last rea'r'suecemtul________, MRS. W.-' H. of Piano and Theory. PupilJ the Toronto Kusio Mams If desired. Annual spring rccltaL Studio, 1238 6th Ava A. South.____________________' CLEANERS AND PRE8SERE HS in FrencS dry cleaning..- -WvS nre the !n the clly, "Ws-Bso tha gennii-'a Frenrh STstcm. which COT urs'tnry spot and'.eliminates Injury to ginaonts, Blr'ns results. Special attention to'- eoonlrr woifc Street South Phone 1812. .Colle.M and aellTer. PREBS1NO. Repairing and oKer.UIona well dpn> It reasonable prlcer. _ We sell for avl deliver :eaodr. 520 7th 3t BcmllL Phona About 500 Mexicans, .employed 6y thb Dominion Sugar Co., at .Chatham. to look after the beet crop, will be sent hack to Mexico, now that the season is over. TO EUROPE M BMHK.41 LI VKBFOOL fil'Feb.S .'..WeW.iama 'J.n. li' Ktllla vrv .i'Feb. IS .rrf.totun si'Jich.ca Die. Ill'J.n. ZII'Mcli. ions N.rt. sor ST' S.3. or Kmilnar ABrnlp. I'nclfir Anchor'Donalds 6'h XMAS SAILINGS From New York To Dec; Plymouth-Cher- hours-Hamburg Dec. G'gOw Dec. S'mplon From Porlland, Me. To Dec. Glasgow UghtlBg a for Electrical Work oa Temple: DECORATING vVBI.fJNOTON ton.' and Painters Ktlionlntix. Decorstlnj Sin Writing Fittaitw ulrea. oldest painters Res phont HV2; otflcii 1751.. Sherlock Bldg. bridge. AlbPrta. A. necorallnc Phono 690. 611 ATsnne Sooth. E. 1. COPIiLAND. E. R. KENT The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter lor decorating and paperhangin; a spe- cialty. Satisfied custompra om- aim Phone 1503 516 12th Ft Sonlh. Maurice Unrke-Roche and his twin brolher Francis Maur- ice, the elder by one minute, is heir to the title of-his father, the late Baron FcrniOj'. lly the .will of .their maternal grandfather, tho twins forfeit their share -in hla estate in America, if they return to Enropo. Maur- ice has not. yet decided .whether he will claim the TOURIST SLEEPING CARS DIRECT TO SHIP'S SIDES IN.CONNECTION WITH SAILINGS OF S.S. "M.ELITA" (rom ST. JOHN, December ICth. S.S, "EMPRESS OF BRITAIN'' ffonvST. December 15lh. Leave MEDICINE HAT 7.5Q a.m., December 6th anc! llth, 1920, For ta any. Canadian Paelfio Ticket Agent. TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA MIXED One of the best ot our Irri- gate i hays for HORSES Prompt shipment in ton or car IcU. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD, Growers and Shippers Coaldalo and NEW Cannanla.Xov.24 K.A. Vic. .Dec. IS Carmania.Dcc. 25 K.A. Vic. ..Ion. 15 NEW SOUTHAMPTON An.llitania.Xov. 2J Imperator.Dec. 25 ImiJcrator.Jan. 20 Ariultania.Jan. 25 NEW BOURQ L'aronia...Nov.27 Caronia... Feb. S NEW (Via Movillc) CoInmblai.Jan. 15 Colitmhia .lrcb. 10 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Dec. 30 Saluniia. Jan. IS For full to, any H 11. or S. S.'Agcnla. or Comnany's olflce SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Lethbrldc' Unit, No. 34 Veterans deslroiis-of joining the f.bovs association, cnii ob- tain information end application forms from th6 secretary, L, LEIOH, P. 0, Hot 6, Lnth. bridge, CP-R. Sailings TO LIVERPOOL Minnoiloaa...........N'ov. 20lh Victorian............Nov. 22ml Metagama ...........Nov. 2Uh Empress ot France...Nov. 27lh Mcllla ..............Dec. Mlh Empress ol Britain .Dec. 15th TO GLASGOW Nov. JAS, GORDON PHONE 612 Tickets Issued on all olhor Atlantic Lines. JOSEPH DAVIDMON, 'DECORATOR. Established. 1909. Thirty-five years' experience In Eitsr lor anrl Interior Decorating, W1 llili at. South. Estimates Hoi. I'honit 1101 Farmers In rued of any TRACTOR Pe pairs U will be to your Intor- cat to try US. We have an up-to-flnlo Fliop and emploj- onTy first ctasi ls. Siitlrfactloo hi price Cylinders reg wilh ovcr-slzo Tractor end filled NIVEN 219 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phong 1732 OXT-ACETTtiENE WBLDINO: W. N. Corner lit Are. and iota Street. HYRIJM SMITH amlJONB B SMITH -r-Our. methods are Nature's '.owju Free conaultatlon and ..analysis. .Hours: '10-12 and 2-4, and by ap- pointment. Hooiri '205, 'Sherlock' Phones 1577 and 1UL GUN5M11HS GUNSMITHS barrels itralghtened, siuw restock- ed, gun work dose hj a ker> made, locti repaired, typnwrltera, phonographs, any nmchlnerr repaired, lawn tapweri ihnrponed. D. B. Motorc7Cl6 Agent Phone lost 6ti Etreet. oppoBlte Herald oflca. WATER 1-pCATOR ATKH can locate water for you. 1 never hare failed. Charges reasonable. T L Davien, 1218 6th Am A, South." Phone 1247, REP4IR WORK A sptcmnr p 33i-s-.-sT LETHBRtDCE flip gOtO Si SILVER BOUGHT 'SETTER Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGH1NG GENERAL TINSM1THING FREEl ELLIOTT 336 Sheet Metal Worknn "t- louth Rhine 17U L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Agent RADIATORS Why not havo your Anlomo- lillo Rartialor Re-cprci before tho frost'comes, with tho beat Honey-comb Cory obtainable. Drop let us tell you about U, or ask someono who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man u- 4th Avc. S. Dchlnd Silver ;