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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THCHSIUY, APRIL 5. 1W1 LONDON, E-veral hun- dred persons w in fur- ther rioting at Main yesterday, to a dispatch Vj Ev- Telegraph Company. The hotels were plundered during the disorders. In the fighting at Stuttgart yes- the message adds, a vio- lent crowd attacked the tov.'n hall, which was occupied by govern- ment tioops. The crowd, how- ever, was beaten off. Frankfort Is reported without water light. Situalion There catisiny; Allies Considerable Anxiety Re- pulse Bob-hies .'.CrfCIlOX. April; The sitiialion' in .Alurtiiansk tision of is giving jnilitli-t'y umh'.Tilirs tonsiiloriibic1 fln- DEOMMAOE Si trooiii" on tiie wsy to north will A Scene in "Hearis of the David W. Griffith's Wonderful Production. st the Colonial, three days staging next Monday, April 7th. The '-Murmansk region is Jho norih- MVoHiu? CMozmkaia were repjlse-d to- j dar by ajlia.l force's. The Briiisb. 'French. Ignited States' and Russian tin cfi-st c-I the which hite frunT rihe is on the-rail- runuiKS souihward from Kola ihrousfe Keaf.to Felrograd. There ity ia riorlhefn..Russia bomg confined to the of Archangel. 'An- unuiicAcu-ni .was runde sovera! days i units hafJ.left 'for Arcieiigel troops, who. ti'.her separately or to-! this territory enemy positions BLOMKS [Quebec Proviacial Minister tRjl Public Address Makes j[ Peculiar Charge MONTREAL, April 3.--PwhibUIou j is Intended a death blow to Ihe} Koman Catholic Ciiuivli i" N'oitb j America lion. Xa-j pOltoii Seguin, minister I folio in the provlnrial government, told an audience at the chereau Club nUM. He said: "TIio prohibition cry is simply camouflage and by its passage hi tbe Tntted Stales, iqcludiug the exclusion of wines, the Methodists that die coup de grace ivill be given io Ihe oxercl-e of our religion. learn from good sourcei liat during the jubilee celebration of Car- jdiual Gibbons At Baltimore last au- lumn. at a meeting of the bishops I of Nor Hi 'America, an important bishop I uT the United States submitted to his 'confreres the original of which was intercepted, written by a high digniiary. of the Methodist Church, and the letter declared, among xjthef tilings, that it prohibition conld be rc-ullzed in yll America the coup de grace would given to the Catholic "It is this revelation that the clergy of the Veiled States changed Iheir stand.. We can see the result fn the -election i "at Baltimore yesterday where only one probibitioaist. candi- date was elected: and in other places shofa-Ozera. the enemy' Yesterday the result was the same." shelled the village of Kleshevo. which Mr. Seguiu talked of conditions is held by a Russo-Hrilish garrison, in] Toronto and ad Ian west. There hidden drunkenness, and- men holding positions through- out tlnsi territory, .which is a little over' miles south of Archangel, back" at Pitu'k. and the allies i bought of doHarayworth of captured two TUe 'allied troops are tired and out-numbered, but have everywhere held thelr.Jmes in- are fighting a etubborn defensive bat- ucf. y itie in the is rapidly show- ing signs of a thaw under, the warm sunshine. The days -are DOW longer in this region. osse.-. attacked the railroad 'rqtu stiuih oi at 10 (o'clock Una raorning. hut they failed.! Allied forces east of Bohhard to be essen- tial that die be rein or relitTO- t po sjile jnoraeitt. Sollies .Defeated ARCH-AXGK1X April ed or.' wan lurgoraaster of Before leav- Dg-Ecriin. Erzbefger hid iyinal con- tag saltation with represefiatlTis 'of lill parties at wiicli an agreement- was readied as Io the attitude- to lie adopteti hi'tile negptimtions with the allied thia'l tlie'sentiment of tlie'Gernlths is favorable to n sotllement of the Dau- iMarshal Focli's is di.ie rivi? Iiere at S.30 6'flack Thursriay mdrnin? and Ihe conference nt which the Dansig question .will is fixed'for 10 o'clock at the residence Gen. Nudant. Hindenburg'c Army GKN'BVA. April Marshal von Ilindenburg, with a lafge lias arrived at norllierii Si-1. I'isia. and. to the terms of Hie anni.stice. has ordered a general mobilization in that" region, according to (lisnalchfs to the Journal de Gen- era. Tile Polish agency at Lausanne Elales the Germans are Rvstcin-' destroying'tlie indnsiries of {upper Sik'ala and taking from the factorieaj- Owing to tile i strioiisness ot lim '.Tan I'arterrvrski. (he T'pHstiipreinier, ihas posliionetl liij visit to Parts. It is 'said. -J I Lithuanian on taking- Mitan, I are reported io iiave fuuinl. 70D Ijcnlies of women and children in Ifcii when they rt-enlered the rity. Canada food License IN HUNGARY FAILS1 April lAssotiateit former Krcncli minister io Holland, has liten sent on a special mission to Vienna Honoris received liy Hit: KreiiclrfoFcign office aro Hint trio rerolt InTJer-: inauiAnstria haa, as Yi gencrar.tkinff. en. nnsucc-e.ssfiil. The railroad strike Vienna was ended after a faw Itoiirs ..djhe insurrccilon which starlcd ut has Ijoen put down. Jfeassiirlng reporls Jlungary luvc also licon received br H'O Krciicli and officials nov; Iwllote that it will he iiosslhle to-resume ilir- lomatic relations wilh'Htmjsrx soon. APPEAL TO WHITE HOUSE April Appllea- lk-n for a it-spile prfcMmjnary to a lilion for pan] cm of KoftenG tiio Ifader. sentenced fo JO ionaKO Act. rcciwert fit, Ihft Wliftft ilousy ami will rc- (o Attorney-Cfeneral Palitie.i INTERNATfONXt Do. you in this rlom of the seas stuff? do. Yoti mMn as to riaofialiiiH] HH In -Vonltcrs L-; Every Dept Ready at Clarke's With Big New Easter Stocks Nd such assortments .within your reach as are here presented for your judgment and approval. Stocks we al MW, styles are al fmb, ud prices ttmd slripcd anil checked wofsreos. nn CA J17.50 to New Silk Underwear IN, EXCELLENT VARIETY, jisol'es, while or pink, 'i FA 4.5U Kilk Can J1.50 to Silk Envelopes; wiiits or pltik.v'' f nn J3.50 to O.UU, ,Silk while m tiink. S3.5C to..................'. 5.00 New Easter Gloves TEATURING SPECIAL Ghainoisctle in (jrs and jizes v. l Ihe wauled coi-' 1'inert Silk Gloves. All colors. Double tipped, i.Tri) Walking Gloves In grey, wblle n PA or. tan. Special Values Friday and Saturday in the Yard Goods Section Kxcenlionally wide.variety, of. clii5ico in all new weaves and colorings of.tne season'. Handsome Novelty Silks, stripes, checks -j j and plaids In taffetas and SplemlH Value Serges.' Light.and dar.v -i Kplentlld assortment 1. Ilic in ilnr- mi- fo OO Hiririjom' Slripcp, 'chetlts and in genuine Scotch joods. ,1 r abte: 3Sc Io IDC ind Oxforrts. As as a rear 'ago. All nplondM weight and good to wash iinij to 3UC not require Ironing. Colors flesh, while. Price.......... 75c Silks creno stripes and ability for waists, lj Mandtpnif] Cottihss. Covert cloths, Diisfd- tweeds. Plain iVtss Goods. of chojfife ftV.'ft'hirU or thilrtrtn's Kimoni ifmtlsoifio new hind i'rK Ttrioufi 03C A wonderfol In plain colors' tries white pink and liloe, Me Io SPECIAL VALUES EASTER HOSIERY Silk Llale Hmc, brown, CA 'grey, .white lilick... 90C O. S. Silk HORC, two grades, twih special valne. hrown AJ% 79c and l.W Special Silk Hose. plain col- ors and many slrlpM ankle atj-lM in colon grey, 1 pink and sky- Heavy Silk Hese in finest qiml. ily. All jilaln colors and cTock Ankles. O' OC d 614 3rd AVE S LETH BRI0GB- ;