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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta A EIGHT HERAU1 THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1919 :iHaif.ttfllE-SOH.DJlYIN 51 April bave teen ordered to sur- Every day is Sunday iu tfuda- render all firearms. The shops are ;uiJ o? This ,op, work e ra a re b aviHg ti he] iday. street cars are loaded but few are 10 seta, except those liy officials. The commune' ;iatiouiiircd mansions, ami the riches: famlHe.i ure restricted to tlie fewest rooms possibJu and have been forced 16 ilieir serrauts.. Pyorraci is unilo'-ibtedlv 2 vital imgcr to bcth and teeth. Toa- gums incicatu it, and v. :ih it coir.c IcoKxing teeth. Imperceptibly, at first, the gums recsds frurj the nc-mial gum They prc- many tiny openings iriHios? cf bacteria tha uncaaiaele-i decay quicJct7 iIcUows, Even if the cavity "be filtotJ 'fxd the tootri saved, the ccn- tinue to Rcmcnibcr, that Eyd tlcfdirg'gxuns act as so rainy doonrays for disease atms to 'enter iha joints or Yet iVcrrhca fiur otit cf live ptop3c v-ho are over many tinker this But Portia's used in tlrne cud consistently prevents Pyorrfcca; It is a rcicnlific tooth cjcanser as TOUT teeth Trith it- Sec hor? promptly blrcdiag or gtrm tenderness ceases and hotr your teeth arc kept i If gcni-shruiksgc ha3 already set starl'uslpg. Fcrhcn's: and. confiilb ccntiJt innriediatclv'- fcr FOR THE GUMS CiUf, CabnV or Mtesa, ;u ct'neral compliance- with the A is rabidly Uerns foruic-u" vilh Hungarian prisoners o5 war irom Uti its basis'.'" These are thought to be converts ol liolslicvlsni. Bela Kun. ihe foreign minister, hlmwlf. Is a repatriated prisoner. It is proptesktf '.Hal the present re- gime will Jive as long is afier which uprisings are ex- lu Transylvania the clmre'jes have cen converted music baits, fol- oiv'ng ihe. procedure Tho government officials do not pay OUSB ;s.nU have priority ou food- luffs and clothing. The t'estcrlloyd, which consists of our sheets- contains a large advt'r-f iseint'nt today, dealing ihe btnc is of iiesple joining the lied army. The news of the jourmil is con-! inctT ;o uf'icial acis ol the govern- lent, one of ivhlcb proclaims joys may c-tiler the training schools of j 'ie army are uesig-] iite'l "Red.'r i Prices have been reduced in Stock Qtiotatipiisr Reflect the Large Prof its ot the Big Paper Manufacturers the pulp aAc keep assuring the public that de- velopment o.r their industry has been'Mr tell their own story: .QuoUMck Price Bros. JIM a share in Kebruarjr u share in January: Quotation I'rlco a share i a- October. Laurentlde a share lii December. These "before anJ aflcr statistics. do uot end tlio story, how- ever. Tha stock market's perception of tlie large profits to be earned un- der "ttie price wliicli had bten filed fc-railual, nud -Die price of tho two BUEWBBON for newsprint rise in the ina has continued during 1919. Thu following figures give a general idea of what has been happening: Layrcntide. Broj. Made at Peace Confer- cnce Hy Delegation Now in Paris fFrcm Our Ourn CoiTesix-'lrteTltl ON'K FOUR. March Soder of JIanyberries was huntiug coyotes ith W, Ci last week. .Tarees MacBaiu and Hay have eiurned from Lethbrirfge with loads of equipment.to farm the Green place. ATer: .Lindsay ,hEis' limight a new pio'W-and.will use cast iron points on Innovation Mr. Lindsay -says in this district, they are cheaper :han. and can .be ihrbvn. away when worn'out, thus avoiding the loss if time in getting rto a distant black- smith wjth tlit'vrorn'steel lays. March is going out- in a drizzly fog with temperature hovering around he freezing .point. These Conditions aror a crop as the snow is'melting ilovly and the water Voakint iuto the soil A review of'the winter shows 5 zero days in November, three in Jan- uary, thirteen in February and seren- :eeu in March. The severest period commenced on February 22 and ran to March 20, bat thJs was interspersed with thaws. The lowest temperature 34 degrees, below zero on ilarci PARIS, S.-r-An appeal for the independence of Korea will he sub- }iniUed to ihp peace Tonfeu'uce before he end of the present, week by a dele- gation headed by Kinsiu Kinio, repre-' eming tbe new Korean Young Men's Society. The appeal is declared to epresent the' vehement desire of al- the entire Korean nation, as manifested by rhe'pre-ciit widespread issive resistance niOYtinenl. The document is nccoiunanied'by a oug memorandum reciting the alleged iijustice and unpopularity of Japan- ese rule and the harshness of the' tnea- ures ivilh. ivhich is declared to be endeavoring lo repressahe national movement for liberation. Signers SAN FRA XCISC 0, Apri I' copy of the Korea proclamation .of inrle- >endence America- today >y V. S. McClaUJiyTTdifor'of the Sat- raniento Be'e. showed lhat It "was signed "by men, all of-whom bad jeen arrested. The signers of the.proclamation are all men af influence in.Korea. They nclude leaders, literary-men and leaders in the Presbyterian, Meth- odist. Episcopal and 'Roman. chili-Che's. The Japaiieae searched perspns In the streets-the night; ihe prbclaraa I TOO feel and unequil to the ahfead'of you? Do, you .still Jittle, or does your nose bother you Arc you pale? Is your blood thln'am watery? Better put your-body int tnahe ends mcft with 1 at Its prcse.nl iirit-e. How the value .of shares of LaurenUile tockholdera has been increased is smini clearly the foliowlng table: Laurentide Company- "Market value Par value' Iciose chairman 6f the license as'to tfic extent .to'which Jiuployed by the dej spotters" iparlment. Another tiu'estioh which he asked elic- iiated froiij FlaveHe the estimate that.over half a, nillHon i during which (he fixation 9 Per um'took place. And by February-25 year the market value n'notlier Laurent Wti Pa'per bas been a steady diyldend "back as, 1500 the companriiaM.r: in 1901. 1902 icr nau a, niiiiion jjrL'tciiiniuut, my vuiiiimuviiuHi.it in iuu2 .Her had been issued hy_ pbys-tnn'd 1303 p.c.; in paid under the Ontario Temperance 7 iSKi, 'and paid 'J -Mr. Klavellc stated that were not employed by the partment to a -jnuch greater extent under tho Ontario Teiiiperniice Act than under the fornicr license act, Mr Dc-wArt inquired whether vouch- P.O.; in 1903, i 7 id S pic. _ and each yen r the same tributionswas the'slock 'was plapcd on n "10 .p.c. hasts, on March, a new ot IP.c. for the quarter eiifleiTlast Deceni nboat einbraulng'a.periai of receipts f e i r [at the by Commission- lMilr..FUreIle replied in .tUe TiUfAhis greased were required for spotters diitires for railway and st Thu.a tlie year ISIS tliu toc'Ti above par, -M a" fur- ther inartci value of ivas added during that year, uhich has since beeu increasctl by ad- tlltloihil.; Taking the twq stocks togelher, lierc vflmt'Iurcliaypened siuco the begin- L value Increased Price Drop, value increased Increase on bot-jT... The market tlic-'se'Stdchs is nearly greater than it was at the beginning cf the year in winch minimum prices for- roll ncws'vere fixed at per Ion. And It Js ntarty above par. 15 strovers I ih'o StaUs jiiwy the i burse to be lollowt'd'in the project- ed'air flight across the AHiuuu; Ocean next month. "learoed today at the navy department that from -10 to 50 British ships be oa duty from the Azores lo the British Isles, where1 under present-plans the flight will eml. States Oeqtroyers will jmtrol tho course irom St, Johns, New- foundland, lo .Azores, From 50 io GO the craft, -will be used and- they will he stationed ot intervals ol loss lhari 200 miles. With reason- ably" good weather, however, the planes could ride on the' water while minor repairs were being made to tlia some Americ and seize all copies ot Rioiing occurred in Seoul when the proclamation was distributed on, March 1, Would Be Republic SAX FRAXCISCO, April "Korea is certain to adopt ,a republican, form of government in, the .event .she acli- -ieves her-deslre to become iudepen- deui- said the 'Hon; Wang Ciiing-Wai, who arrived here today frnm China. Dr, Wang 'is on his way to the Paris peace conference to act in the capacity of advisor lo the Chin- ese "In her effort to secure har has the entire moral support of China, ail that we are to extend to .said" Dr. Wang1. i .dend is dHu-directly to llie high earn- is-ine nignti me procmraa- "I harc been over 59 rears jn Jla earn- Ilrst distributed, including business said Mr Ficelle with the' paper.tnilts by srlcaas, in au effort ip-fiml cme have-faithful, servants financial which, corn- all copies of It.1" Umier mfi and I do not lielieve it ties-! !neilled as follows: "TV decision occurred in Seoul wnen the trahia tn hMri a directors furrilsiied of a INCORPORATE SOCIAL SERVICE COUNCIL OF CANAOA OTTAWA'. Mar. M.-V-Xolicc appears in the Canadian Gazelle of the poralion of the Social'-.Sen-ice'Council of Canada, which ;oas among Its-ob- jects: To unite (or uallonal and com- munity welfare Ihe .social forces of Canada, Xewtoundland and Bermuda; to investigate Economic, social, moral, iX. Mar. 30. (Associated religious or olh'er conditions in these ne'.v Portuguese coall- [countries and to promote'all'jforms of rtomach, itnprorinr digestion and Uon Jncliides Domingos Peri- economic, social, moral, political, JUtiofi. These herbal exWicU in -tbe era- Premier and minister oi inter- (tional and religious welfare. Thosi JUtiofi. These herbal exWicU in -tbe "Kscovery" in blood-mating and beet jor JJBy unprorrag tbe Mood tbey in thraMrifi( ofi BQ ttUck Catarrh should be treated, first, K blood disease, alferstiTC. Thoi, 'in Bcdjfion, the sb6uJd be washed daily with Dr; Hftgc's CfcUirb Remedy. SeAd lOc tte trial pfcg. nf Medical corny TaWete or to Dr, Pierce, Hotel, Buffalo, N, Yvhich 4tiows nTillioiis Complexion Rosy! Tongue Clean! Breath Right! Liver ii Bowels Regular! STATE OF IN RUHR DISTRICT March government hag decided to proclaim a state of siege fn i.ho Ktihr IndustrlaU district. Troops to Uils region the ami their workers fron (he terrorists. ACHE CLOVE WORKS LIMITED BOLSHEVISM IN BOHEMIA VIBXXA, April hern from '.'.y -heinia, ?ayjng ttiat ft mooting of Soeialist-UcraritTats pasatrf "A rcsolulfon lo form a work- ers' council everywhere and lo a simple for liy the prolelnrial. Two Minutes For Lunch IlellMa, and she saus "Here's ijou POST TOASTOS MOTJUNG can ever take the plaice'of_. the old uniform. It will be your most sured possession. And in the years to come, the mere sight of the khaki will bring a flood of memories of those wonderful four years that you helped to write into the his- tory of the world, you are ready to put your uniform away, we think you will be pleased with the new Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. hope to have the pleasure of showing you' high-grade tailored in all the latest models. -McKKLVJK fe ;