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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EJOHT THE LRTHBR1DGE 11ERA1.D f APRIL V. 1919 eVERYDAYUKEStlNOAYIN 51; II UrDAPEST. April (Associated day 's S'Jtuby :n Biida- pest. The shops me rlosort are a ItoUitay. Tfce street cars are .'loaded with -passen- gers, but fetv Jo be xeeii, erccpt those used by oiiiciils. communt das imiuuaSiretf and ihc richest families (ire restricted to tfcs feweu rooms possible and bave toen forced 10 their sonants. discharge AfKOFLOOSEH e Pycrrnca 13 uuJo'trb a vital gtitr.s icdicais it, ar.J it Iccscctag iecth. ImpercepuKr, at nrst, thft guina recede fror-i the nonrjl gum Jine. They icftams. They prc- scr.t rreny tiny openings for million? of, bacteria to cttcck the unennmelcd i -tooth base. Tooth-base decay qui cfcly IfcUotrs. Even if the canty bs filled 'cntj the tooth saved, the con-- -timte forced. toe, that and bleeding gucis act as so lainy doorways for disease genns to Valer the pints cr caiiEiag other j Agaiii5t this Pycnhwt Dis- ordinary tooth-partis are scss. Yet Pycrrhea attada lour 01 are over forty, antf Ttiany uadcr tJus age. But Forhoa's iucd in ftrac and used consistently prevents Pyorrtca. It 15 n sac'Etific tooth, cleanser as well. Bru.cb youi Iccth vith it. Sec hoi? -protnptly bleeding or pifn tenderness ceases ,and horr yefur'testJi sra kept Vhhe and deaa.( 4 K gum-snrrajcage sst U dentist' us hay: been ordered to sor- ll fitttu-mf. with the aUciiut- ileaiis-.. .Tim in RCHCW.I compliance >vitU[ my !x tavSUly betas formal rtai' prisoners o3 war from ish ;is iis basis. to be couverts ot Bolshevism. Bcla Kan, the foreign minister, himstlf, is a repatriated prisoner. U is thai thr present re- mo will UTO as long as there is food, after which uprlstDgs In TraiuylvattU the have hrea conterted into music halls, fol- lowing the in Moscow. The government officials do uot pay housr. ;roiu aii-' have on food- Tlio which consists oi four a large uilver-j dealing wiih .the bc-ne-' joining the Ked the journal Is con-- ot the govern-; meal, "M.j silica proclaims thai Stock Quotations Reflect The Large Profits ol the Big Paper Manufacturers APPEAL "Red." Auve been reduced in hotels. oysrV.y the training schools ]fe Made ul Peace C'onfer- Is.V-urmy which officially ;ire _. v ence By Delegation in (From Our O ONE FOUR, March Gust Eoder of ?Ianyberries was hunting coyotes with W. 0. Trainer last week. James' MacBaiu Ilay nave returned from Lethfaridge with .loads of farm- the Green place. Alex, Lindsay has bought a new PARIS, April for the udepeiidcuce ot Korea will lie sub iltted to the pear.e conference before itf enti of the present week by u dele gation headed by Kiasit; Ktnio, rer-re- enttng uew Korean Youug Men's Sodeiy. The appeal is declared lo repfeseul thf, vehement .tlesire xokONTO, detect- uost tie .entire Korean nation. astivea and 5lJOiters muicr fjrti p'oSrand cast iron points oa ianoyatfoti" iu_ this district, C; Lindsay says they are cheaper can le .thrown away vheD Trorn'oatI thu? ivolding die.. loss of cliideMh' to a feiiUnt biack- with the worn -Starcli is goijip out in a drizzly These conditions with the point. favor a crop as the IQQW is meltin slowly and tlie witer into'the soil. A review ot shows 5 zero days in Xovemben. in Jan- uary, iblrieen in Febnury ami seTen- teen in 'March. aereresl period commenced on. 52 and ran to ilarch 20, but thia was interspersed with The lowest temperature was 34 degrees below.1 1st you fetl wetV and naeqtul to Work. of yon? Do you still co a little, or does your nose bother you? Ars you li your blood.Ihinraaid .watery? Better" put your body into fbapc.' Build alrongl An old, reliable Uood-rttVer and herbftl tonic from wild "-'roots and barfcr, is Dr. Pierce's Golden MeJicil piscoTery. remedy1 in tablet or liquid form, Tt will" build UD yorjr body, core Jour coW, and protwS you from disease Mrms which liirk ererj- wbere. One of the active incfcdieata of HMS temperance alterattTC'and ionic ia wild cherry bark with nJHincM, whtcfa is E. Playfair, Canadian Frefcs Correspondent.) VLADIVOSTOK, great gymfchana will lie held by tbe Can a dian corps.on th'a racetrack at Yladi vos'tok on April 19 .With the object D 3 of Canadian.' horie- PO good for Ife riunjjpi r'and ftfco Oregon grzpc toot, blood root, root, Queens root, aB fkilfuUy combined in "vthe Medical .TMscorwj roots a A'rect on improTing .diestion airf issmi, .to RunianE. The pn> i if-iudes the t'quesfriar sjtunti, Colone c's- is in charge of thi The mounted police iarpel> in the sports. the the and caper cooipaiy ic that de- their irilustry has beeu ialted fcy price fixation (or newsprint in the stock market stailstks ifford a rather sidelight on the pros perily which ihesi1 com- panies are really enjiiyiuc. It is :lcularly enlightening to compare their took place ot 191S tw tha following blch ami low stock- market for that year tell their own story: Lewctt Quotation Price Bros: a siiare' iu Februa'ry share in January. Hljhert Quotation Price Bros. a share in October. BLUE RIBBON 191C. Laurenlide Company, for instance, recently put. its stwck ou a dividend basis of twelve per cent., ivhile price ,of Price llrcsr- stock standing lo-Jay with their position at jLauremide a iu December. Uto ol year iu Theso "before und .after which the minLnuiu prlco for BlaUstics do not eiid ind Slprj'. print iti rolls wms lixt'ii from July compared ?35 Canadian pubHsliers'uscd to pay in over. The stock market's of the largo profits to be earned un- der the price which had fixed for newsprint was gradual, aii'd the riso in the market, price of the two stocks has cout'nued during 1919. The following figures general Idea nearly 20 overnight, a of what lias "been happening: performance apparently due (o n teak-11919 Laurentidt. Price Bros. ago as to the likely profits for that JJIH. 11 per share 5155 per sbare company's year, -winch ended with i Jan. 21 133 liJ3 ''y- February. jpob. 13 Remembering that fixation at Feb. 21 -PS ii 173 IPO ORON1 It is easily, demonsinUetl that, in tlie case of "these two companies alone, the increhse in tlio market value ol atoek .during 1918-U' a gift to llivfitopfcliQlctbi-s ot while jnaiiy CanaAlan have licen hard put to it to make tmis meet with at its jrsseut pi-Ice. the value of stocthoiders lius been increased- is shown clearly by ilic inltowing tablrf: Laurtntide Ccmpany Stock at Market value Par Value per r.haVtf I O.tiOO.OOO I t Don't waste your time and money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as "BLUE RIBBON TEA ot dollars of JUpreciation since price fixatwu.look pLttt.'. stnck. treaty on a basis, following RrFce Stock at Market value. 1'ar value .JiCC'per sliaro Close J917 J2y f Close iylS 7.375.000 Thus the year began stock above par, and a fur- her market Vrtiue ot was added e. entleavoririj to repress the national movement for liberation, iSrBrwrs SAN FRAN'CISCp, April eopy oi tlie Korea proclamation" ,6f Inde- >endence Tjroujfat 'to America today >y V. S. McClclchy, edlpr of the Sac- showed that' ,it was ipied by 33 all of Svhofli had een arrested. The' signera-of the' proclamation are all Inen. of ittlluence- in Korea. v They Include Buddljlst leaders, literary ineu and leaders Presbyterian, Metli- odist, Episcopal and diurcbes. r The aearcbed perrons in the tion was first distrbtitedi including some in au effort to find and seize til copies of it. .occnrred in Seoul when'the proclamation "was" distributed oa March 1, Would Bepufalic SAX. is certain to adopt a republican form of government in the event" she acb- desire to becoipe deut of said the' Hon. Wang Ching arrived here 'today from Cilna. NDr, Wang is on hii way to'lte peace .conference to act in'the'capacity of advisor to tbeLCtiin- ese delegation." "In .lier effort to secure her independence, she has tue entire moral support nf China, all that we are, to; extejiQ to her." Dr inder the, Ontario 'Tempeniriee Act nan nuder the 'former license act. 4 Mar 30 fAszocUted Portuguese coali- caometadudes cos Peri- INCORPORATE SOCIAL SERVICE ''COUNCFL OF CANADA OTTAWA, in the Canadian Gazette'of the in cor poralionol tlie Social'Serrice Cdunci [of Xanada, its ob jecls: TO unit'o for national and corf) munitr welfare Llio social forces o Canada, Newfoundland and Bermuda to investigate t'conomic, moral relijpoua or other conditions in the countries and ta promote al] forms o hctimcts in aid in and are best for By imcToftitc UM bbtxt the? aid ta thrflwinj off M attack OiUrrh be fint, M A blood disewe, with this altentire. Thea. in tdditjon. the nose be wftebed dtily'wilh Dr. Rtmrdy- life for trial pkg. 6( Tibleta or to Df, lanUds' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. _- era, premier and minister of Ihe? inter- il la economic, moral, political, na i'onal and religious Those ior; Xavicr SHya. minister of foreign terested in Ilic coancil include KamatliL Cuirts, minister ofjiXorman Tuckir, John- _ ailnister of [Shearer and Gilbert -AgSr, secretaries and Pin'lo, minister of marine; Senor Granjo. jniniater of Geocge minister of colonies; Leonardo Coiotbra, minister of public (natriiction; Diaz Silva, min- ister of Julie Martins, minister of commerce; .Joa Scares, minister of agriculture. Dr. C. J. Copp. Rev, George Key, Peter Bryce and William K. TIan ney, TiarHster, Toronto, opening session ol tuc pnlOlc ac- ounls connultteo of lha iegiplalura u Ihe accounts of the licease depaf'.- ieDt this morning, llarllcy Uewarl; charges brought auout -the tn- uirj, questioned J. is .157 Feb. 25, '10 209 Tbus-ilie market value of tide stock, already nearly above par at tiie close ot appre- ciated inonNin one year 191S, during'wbich fixation nairman of the ?GS per'ton took And by s to ihe extent "spotters" of this Jesr the market ere employed the department. Another which-Un asked elic- aled from ilr. Flarelle ibe estimate bat over half a raiUion nrRScriptloils or liquor issued by iihys- cians under the Ontario Temperance Mr.'Flayellc staled that "spotters" pot eiuployed by the license dc- artDieot .a greater extent inquired'ivlietlier youch- rs were required-for spotters' expeh- IHures for and -.steamboat arcs. Mr, PlaveHe "Vepltod in the nega- Ive. htre ijceiC'ovcr in sir." Fla'velle, with- cme heat.' "I hare under'uie, arid.I do-fiol'believe., itides- as follows: value. anober a sltady divlaend payer. As far back as 1900 the company patd c p. e.; m 1901, 1902 and 1W3 it paid p.c.; in 1904, paitt 7 in and 1007, paid 6 p.c.; an 190S and 7 tfc.; 1310, FAid p.c.; hi 1911, paid and each year following the same dig- made until the stock was placed on a 10; in March, 1917, followed by-a new :i2- the quarter ended last Decem-, her and embracing a.period of receipts at' Drit1.? fixed ty Commission- er Primgle. That tbi? Cucroased dirt- deiul is dueTdirectly lo the high carc- ditional. luB tlio ivo stocks toserter, hire a what has i niug 6t l since tJic uegin- value increased Price. Dros. yiilue Iticrcasetl str-iyers .NiVrOxAnrlt 3--Bliti will cooperate -witli h dc. the United Slatss navy in iMitrollinc the course to be (ollowc'.l in the project- ed nir flight across the Ocean ne.U tnonth. It was learned today at navy that from 40 to oif 'arilish ships ivould be on duly from the Azores lo Ihe British Isles. There under present plans the flight will' Uniied destroyers will jjatrol tlie course from St. Johns, Kevr- 'ouiidland, to the1 Azores. From 50 to of the craft will be used and thciy bo sutfaned at. intervals of Jess than 200 miles. Willi reaeon- Increasi- on bolh The market yahie of these flocks is nearly greater than it was _........___________....._______ at the heglnuln? year in which iaWy good weathery however, v the ruinimum-prices Tor roll news could ride OH the water'-while fiied at tou. AndJt -is ntnrly j minor repairs'wero being made to par. motors.' which com- decision-of- rable to'.hold a niari dishonest, until IB 'is'-proven V Ihe.directors furuislied iomt'H'hat of a .siirprise' was L'dMna't'nd eitfa xlistribulidn woilW Ire French Pilot With'Foiir Passen- gers Breaks High Altitude Record PARIS, April Yfstercfcy's nettable feat of a slant. French bl- plane in reaching an 'altitude more than fett was'accom- the load the pilot. Lieuten- ant Boussotrot, four and ballast repreMntinf others. The record of official- ly is a hew one for 3 flight such conditions. Lieut, Boussotrot said iftcr the flight that he could rave reached an altitude of feet, but that the steering gear of the airplane began to freeze antf he could not take the risk of Its "jamming. marte io such time Ing-a "foVtbcomiifg -ron Tjaureniide's power 'Lanrehtide Power CoSi'ipanyl However, the directors indicates jthat the1 increased dividend .is-based entirely on the maintenance' of good" f And U'-should be noted that tiiese [large dividends jiavD been paid on thej present .Capital stock, allliough when i tho' was reorganized, two shares nf stock in company were given for one In the old company. course, not the on- ly paper stock which. ill ions EDMONTON STOCK SHOW RESULTS KDMON'TOX, April most exhibits during the seasloii of the .stock show "ft-ere in the Clyde mare Jlera Edmonton horses owned by O, II. Cress well took promi- nent places and some very fine speci- mens were-shovrh. '.Grant ahd'coni- Hegina, took second place. was finished during the morning'and local, animals' gave n good account of- themselves among i of oilier well-known exhibitors, in the'at stiecp classes the UniversHy of .Alberta came first. JiuIglrfK In.thfc' swine fs. not "yet cuncliuled, but first class Yorkshires were plac- ert hy the judges. First and secoml prizes in the rercheron were taken .John A. of Calgary. RED FLAG DOWN' IM. HAMBURG HAMBURG. April' 1.- The Red which been flying from Ihe city, hall" slticie the revolution last '.N'ovchiber, lias been hauled do.ivn. Complexion Rosy! Headauhe Gone! ,TongU'1 Qean! Breath Stomacn, Liver a Bowels ff STATE OF SIEGE V IN RUHR DISTRICT I1HKMX, March government has decided to proclaim ot sfegc IJL thcj Kuhr'indualrial 4 district.'Trpopa are pdranelng to this region to protect the W plants and their workers from the terrorists.' 't LONDON WOOL SALE April EJ.--TeTi Ihouwwl, ihree hundred liaVa of wool were sold at suction yesterday. Tne attendance was large and there was a a Iron? de- mand. Good mcrlnoes 'anfl fthe cross- 10 per' cent, and other grades unchanged to 5 per cgiit.j over mlTiirntim.ptke. Alt the allloa, except the United States, were buyers. BOLSHEVISM BOHEMIA 4 VIENNA, April report 4 reached htre from Prague, Bo- .4 herrHii, that a moetfng' 4 of Socialist-Democrats pused'4 a rcsplatlon lo form a work-, 4 era' coancil everywhere v 4 begin a atrHRRTo for shty'ljy the I'totelarizi, Two Minutes For Lunch 1 tell Ma, and she "Here's POST TOASTffiS NOTHING can evw take the place of the old unifofmT'lt be your most trea- sured possession. ,And in' the years to come, the mere sight of the worn khaki vrifl bring 9 flood of memories of those wonderful four years that you helped .to write into the his- tory of the world. you arc ready to put your uniform away, you will be pleased with the new Frt-Refonn Suits and Overcoats. We hope to have, the pleasure ol showing you these high-grade tailored in all the latest spring, models. ;