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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HAGE EIGHT" THE t JTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A PHOTOPLAYS madge, a Charming widow ot twenty, TREK CITYWARDS MENACE TO CANADA who had tries to make Garrison make IS THAT OF MURDERER love to her In her apartment on tho previous night. Harrison 'ti presented wlUi a tovlus cup by the chairman of and the latest Topical week EDMONTON, Oct. The fmdlng !ho Purity I.eague-who terms him of the skeleton. of a man four miles good man oil tho straight and narrow will ofter another excellent concert. INMWE Two in Saskatchewan, One in Alberta and One in Brit- V? ish Columbia LOXDOX Out, Oct. Can- ada-U la danger.of a national decline if not extinction as the result ot the great trek citywards was the infer- ence drawn by T. B. Reynolds, presi- dent of the.Ontario Agricultural Col- lege. Guelpli, In an address oil what ho "The Deserted Village" be- fore the delegates lo the convention of women's institutes here, Referring to the undent nations ot Assyria, Bahvlon, Rome and Greece, OTTAWA. Oct. Canadian Mr. Reynolds stated that their hlslory death of Senator Prince clearly stowed that tho adoption by at Dattleford, makes the seventh va-'tha people of oiiy ways of living .was vancy in the upper house. There are invariably followed by national decline two In Saskatchewan, the second va- cancy-being duo to the death of Sen- ator Douglas, and two in Ontario, oc- casioned by. .the dealhs of Senatorj Jlichardson ot King Eton aud Senator Pririgle of -Cobourfc.botbjsovcniiniint j supporters. Thej two Saskatchewan senators who have'djed Uberalsj as was also Senator 'Talbof of Al-. berta. In Xova Scotia there is one vacancy due to the death of Senator Dennis! The vacancy in British Co- lumbia is an additional seat-glven-to that province some years ago which lad never been-filled.? It is not expected here that auy of (he Mcanciea willbe ifilled for sev- eral probably ;not until shortly) hrforc the opening of the next session ot parliament is .not likely tfl. occur before ihe third Jariu-' ar> H is bv no certain-that thev all will be filled then.-as the iiii-i pression has- presailed at the capital that a couple; of the vacancies lu'ay- bo held oier until tie ot a general elLcllon in Mew.'pf probability of some; of. the present ministers .being'desir'ous of getting oil Duplicate Cable But No Promise Of Rate Reduction LONDON, Oct. As- sociated llllngswortb, the postniaster-geirerat, stated iu. tho houso of commons yesterday (bat tho recent acquisition ot a direct United Slates cable would duplicate the Im- perial cable between Great Uritaln and but It was doubtful If an early reduction of rates would bo pos- sible. Tho overseas mail services, lip ,sain, 'are gradually .Improving through more ships bbcoining avail- able.'bul'lbere was ho.immediate pro- spect' pre-war.speeds and .costs. 'II may be added' that Canadians hi Ixmdjn'liiye.lately Ticen agreeably surprised at the quicker de- livery of both letters and newspapers from Canada.. Report Tlfet Governmenl Quits LEADER KING IS AVELL and New Regime, Tinged WMh-Red, Replaces it of pohlics'befiire p.eolvle are asked lo choose u'new Such ministers arc likelyjto; include Hon J D Reid minister oL'raHways.' who is believed to beVsiateu' fqr.rjue of the Ontario T. .W: rex-minister'- of .labor 'aiid li'eut-Col W H formerly represented Last in mons are also regarded as senatorial possibilities for Ontario. FI..F. Grceii, -member for Kootenay and Peck, VC, member for Skeena, are jnoiitlDned for the British Columbia BOLIVIA SCENE OF REVOLUTION BUENOS AIRES, Oct. brief, but abortive, revolution broke.opt in Bolivia, according'to aoVjcea. rec'eiv- 13 here The movement was immediately suppressed'and 27-of Us ringleaders executed. A censor ship has been Imposed.'by; the Bolivia authorities, i Says no Revolution