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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, THE LETHBRrOGF- DAILY HERALD INTERNATIONAL LABOR BUREAU ?he Ontario Farmers' President Tolls Colchester Electors About Farmer's Plat- form N TRURO, N. S., Sept. the luting today will close tho very ei- citlug by-ek-ctlon contest in Colehes- UT county where Hon. P. B. McCurdy, public works In the federal cabinet, is seeking re-election, oppos- led by Capt. Hugh Dickson, M. C., rep- resenting the. United Farmers allied Vltti Labor, lioth sfdes claim to bo Ve.rtatn.oi victory. The the Interests ot Mr. JlcCunly brought :iia'ny of, the fpailing members of the Kottnmicut iHfiuiiing i'remlor JieSgh- Sir George Foster, Hon. Hugh Gutorle, and others to the county, while the Formers' organiza- tion and thy .Independent Labor party: iired the last shot ot the campaign at a large uieeliuj: held here Saturday number of prominent United Parmer organizers.have been assisting iu the campaign. W. A.. Burnabv, president of the United tFdrin'era of Ontario, at this indicates a decrease of one-fluarter rnee.ting 'on Saturday, night, made a; ol a million barrels over 1919, accord- New seat of the. International Labor Bureau ot the League Nations, at Geneva, Switzerland. GOVERNOR GENERAL TO VISIT FESNIE AND CRANBROOK IN OCTOBER FERN.IE, Qov- and party, who are touring Western Canada, have ar- ranged spend Sunday, Oct, 10, In Fernle. They will arrive by way Koatenay Central, leav- ing Golden at 9 a.m. on the Sth, arriving at it 5 leaving Cranbrook at 1 p.m. on the 9th, arriving at Fernle at 4 p.m. They wilt remain here until Monday morning, when they will .f leave for the east. DROWNED WHEN CANOE CAPSIZED TORONTO, Sept. boys from Mimlco, Ontario, Percy Lanchbury and James Leigh, were drowned near Hunlsville', Mus- koks, on Friday evening by the capsizing of a canoo on Lake Vernon. ol Percy Little, threi miles north ot High Bluff was lusUutly killed Sat- urday when ho was pulled into tho flywheel of a gasoline engine. INSTANTLY KILLED WHEN PULLED INTO FLY WHEEL PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE. Man, Supt. j Burata, employed on a! threshing giug svurfclflg at the farm I mam SALT Regulates the Liver Apple Crop In Tnn Unmininfl i ui British Records Fathn Strong to Sare (Dyku) Temple Quartette the Day Orer Gould) f Temple Quartette No' Band of H.M. Welsh Guards Band ofli.M. Welsh Guard's on Parade Land of My Fathers When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ball) Cornet Solo with Band Accompaniment Sergeant 1-Cggttt A Little Bit of Hearen (Ball) Cornet Solo with Bind Accompaniment Sergeant Leggett Selection of Irish Dances (Accordion Solo) Peter Wypef I Selection Iriih Airs (Accordion Solo) Peter Wyper mm New Columbia Reeordt lfJ. D-JiMt, MffjfaL icfmJMe, Kcmttt In