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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, Ai'Kli, 5, 10110 THE LCTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ...fiENlNB itailvvny Brotherhoods Helping board, yet to bo named by the presl- Railroads (o Break the Strike CHICAGO, April service dent." Declare Strike llleful Officials oi the two big uMons havo declared the strike ordered the men to retiirn to work and are co- operating with the railroads in at- THE KING AND QUEEN OF DENMARK throughout the Chicago district, al- tempting to break the strike, ready Esrtousiy crippled by a heavy i Tho trouble broke out five days ago, virtually was demoralized.switchmen in'the Chicago yards of today by the spread of an unaullior-i tho Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul IzeJ- strike of switchmen, according railroad going on strike. The Illinois to reports from tho 11 railroads af-] Central and the Northwestern next fcclcd. were affected, tho strike spreading to Kearlns possible riots, John J. Uar-i other railroads yesterday er.d last tlty, chief of police, early today plac- j night. c-d tho'entire police fnrre on reserve, i The demands of the strikers, the re- 1'lve hijndred policemen patrolled thojcenlly formed Chicago Yardmen's As- switch yards last night, he said. soelatlon, ara: Foremen o'-all yard Mr. (iarilty said the situation -was trawler engines aa hour; yard Kirlcns.and added that It may he noc- helpers. 95 cents aa hour; switch ten- i-ssary to call out the mllltla and n for attending not more clave iuilllary control In the itnea switches; helpers rate of pay to flpply at Oa cents an hour; time Predict Complete Tit-Up .ind a hill for overtime, Sundays and all Upal ".and where they" are _n. i an ,anu waere ara AniiVMtinalcry switchmen ara., to worh mpra than- elght out, uiuorillas to strike leaders, m Sunday or legal holidays, thu. General Managers' ABsocfcUon. I Iu tints'lor all time exceeding vein-cumins the railroads. The Blrik-1, ers asserted y.OOO men'would bo at- ___ fccleti today and predicted ;i complete tfe'tip of'freight tmlllc anil serious Impairment ol Ititerurban service., After n long conference with (rep- resentatives of the Brotherhood of Hallroad Trainmen, with which Ihe Ewllchnic-r are affiliated, and the Switchmen's Union of North America, the General Managers' Association In- Biied ai declaration that there would Jte ng compromise with the strikers. "Sixty per cent, of the switch en-j Bines In Chicago are out of i portant changes are taking place In Ihe managers' Btatoment. "This' tho secretarial staff of the Y. M. C. A. been .caused by an 'outlaw' the western division which Includes Ion which has. presented demands Alberta and British Columbia. Harry rates ot pay that already had been liallantyne who has been the general settled by the Brotherhood of Rail-! secretary for tho territory since it wab d 'Trainmen and (ha Switchmen's j formed, has resigned to accept a cor- nicm of N'orlh America. 1 responding position for Ontario and "These demands are being handled Quebec and up his now responsi liy llic confercnr.e :il Washington 1 hilities on April' let. His successor nnd must..'under tbo Transportation will he Stanley; Brent who for the VASCbUVBE. April !m- Act, bo concluded before the labor A Scientific Hair Color Restorer Scientific Haw Color Restorer' JFREE ciMt cclor of hrir. r Trj ft oo a Ixk of rour bnir. J Then Toa xrill WEJ t-f woraea hive atlready used ttk Bdcctite hair color rertorti. MAKV T. GOLDMAN t4STOoWnwm Mian. Vor saie by Ltd. J. D. Hlsinbotham Co., Heart Disease and Nerve Troubles Sweep The Probably at no period in tho .world's history have heart, nnd nerve troubles been so prevalent us they are today. The heart ciin'jt stand the stress and (train o! this busy, bustling age, and tlio. care and worry, the anxiety, nnd activity of business Itfo constitute 'n serious drain on the nervous system. Tho business of this work-a-day worlil goes with such a rash that the etmitost hc.irts and strongest nerves break down under flic strain. On ths first approach of any break- down of tho system Mllburn's Heart and Nerve 'Pills should he The reconstructive pOM'or of these pills on xlic heart' and nerve system ie simply lii.irvollouB. Mr..V7. A. Wright, Kopewoll Ave., OtUiwK, Ont., "After tulfer- ing for somo tinto with heart, 1 con- nulted' a number of doctors, liut got no relief. Kowevar, r real what Mit- hurn's Heart and Nerve Pills had dono for others, who had tho name symp- toms and thought 1 would givo them n trial. Tielkve me, six boxes cured me" completely. 1 am leollng find now, and cnn attond to my work every day. I can recommend your pills to any ono suffering as did." T'rice GOc ii box at all dealers or milled direct on receipt of price by The T. Mllbnrn Co.. hlmlted, Toronto, Advortiseinent. past and ..a half years has been ;cneral secretory of the Calgary As soelatlon. He takes up his work a tho Vancouver headquarters on Aprl 15 by which time the. Calgary, illrec Lors.hope to have-'a man to lake his place. C. D. Thornton who for a year and a half has.bad .charge of the town and country department for A! berta and B. C. has-resfgned and gone to Chicago to become associate man aging editor o' The Baptist, the organ ot tha North Baptist church for tho middle and .western states. Hia successor has not yet been appointed A.- S. McAlister who has been genera secretary tor the' Maritime province's becomes secretary of .the Vancouve1 Association on April 1st and will succeeded, "who has been boys' work secretary In She Marl limes. (Continued from Front Page.) _ ta Ragland in or per head, while Scotland's expenditure totalled or bead, and that ot or 4s a hetd. CZECH NOT MAKE POLITICAL. ftPIECHES VTENTU. Xprll VrfMl while celebratlnt mau cf prwcJitpe at iur church in Ctecao- would mtda a criminal ot- an amendment to the eo4f Introduoed Into the ai uieskbly of that country, V.'ho heard great crowds before the Royal in Copenhagen lait light crying their.demands for the establishment of a Panlsb Republic. The risis ..wag brought'oh by Christian's autocratic and unconstitutional ct iu dismissing the Cabinet presided over by Premier Zable. labor and the tocaobillzaUon of 000 aoldlera, aj veil u. to the fact ih.t-a output ot beer haa allowed and quantity of spirits withdrawn from bond. .The fijores show a total of jOM.OOp expended for alcoholic berer- Battery Station BLOCK, NEXT TO IMPERIAL OIL CO.'S FILLING STATION I hare purchased the Battery BlulpmSBt ot Qrahim Mat- er Co.> with vhom 1 hare been employed for the past three hare opened a Public Service Station at the above addreii, where I will be pleased to all my old friends and toot. J. F. WOOLF ALL WORK GUARANTEED Increase of 35 Cent, in 1919 Over Demobilization Was Cause LONDON, April The consump- tion of Intoxicating liquor in the' United Kingdom was apprqximatajy 60 per cent.' greater In '1919 than in 191S, but about 35 per cent. than in 1913. according to .figures submit- i ted to the United Kingdom Alliance j by George li. B. Wilson, Its 'political and literary secretary. i The Increase over the figures for) the last year ot the war is attributed to the general improvement in em- ployment, the reduction in hours of WOMAN'S HERVES MADESTBONfi By Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. I suffered forraen than s jear from cen-ousneia, and wai BO bad I could Dot rest at would j get It woald have to get up and walk anond 11 and in the toonhw j J would be alKtirta out... I read about llctidachcs nfrccl till ngcs ind hcitii Rexes alike, but In all cases the treat- ment ahoulil bo directed to remove tho cau'30, for ivitii ihe catinu ic-moT-M vanish for all time. Is neccasary for a permanent OUro Is sonielhuig that will go rlpht to tho sent i.' tho (rouble. For this purpose it Is Impossible to find a. bet- ter rnmcdy for headaches of nil do- thiin Burdock Blood Bitters. iictirig as It does on every organ of tho body to strengthen, purify mid regiilnle lhe wholo. system. Mrs. FIcrn llnll, Dominion, N, S, have hopn troubled. with sick headtichea for Ihc last tou-ycsifs. 1 .imd lost faith in all remedies until recently n friend of mine advised mo to Iry Durdock Blood Hitters. This I liid. find fount! relief In a very short time. I'would now 11. B. It, to Anyone who suffering as I illd. I only look T> liottles. and om niivor with sick ;iTiy niorf." II. II. hilt cir.on (in Mir; tar nvrr '.U years. Mniiiifflctiii'cd only liy n'l'iic T. Milbiirn Cd.. IJniilcil. Tor oil to, i would. But the government will give consideration to have statei and will give you ilg answer wllhln i reasonable period." Why Flynn Wai Excluded In the ojir.iing ot his remarks, SI George, referred to the exclusion o Mr. Flynn from the proceedings. Th government, he 'said, had been very glp.d to receive the de-legation and to hear It express its views so reason- ably, so fairly anil so frankly. "We do Sir George added, "al- ways get the sanio reasonable treat- ment. That is, perhaps, because WG are now face to face with each other. "I am sorry that I had to say to Mr, Flynn Ihls morning that the govern- ment did not (eel It could receive him. The reason, I think, Is well known to him and will be well known to you. Mr. Flynu has used some very harsh, language with regard to the leader of the government and with regard to tho government Itself. The government Itself noes not care so much, but when such language is used of tho leader of the government, the case Is different, "We did not feel that, out of self- respect, we could, have Sir. Flynn ap- pear before us and slve countenance j lo a man who nscd such language. 1 have no don lit he felt deeply and' strongly when he used such language. Hut things wore. never advanced by using harsh language." Sir Ocorga again thanked lhe dele- gation for having presented Us case "fairly nnd fearlessly.1' "You iiiimt know." he went on. "that It Is no reflection on your organiza- tions, that we have fr-lt ourselves ob- liged lo say to Mr. Klynn that we could not hear him." BOY, PAGE ANANIAEf NBW YORK. April Holmes, Kiisrdlan or tho monkey cages at a oircus which 13 now showing here, evi- dently keeps posted on all (he latest I scientific discoveries. Ho was found by a newspaperman the other day "shooing" awny n mnn with H long whllo tionrd: "If ono of our monkeys sees a set of wlilte whiskers he becomes hysteri- said Andy. (lo explained that the monkeys have been annoyed wlnler by octogen- arians steal Iheir IntcrBlilial Vegetable .Com- poond and thooght I would by it My iiervousiMM IOOB me. I tleep well and feel fine in tiu morning ana able to do my work. I gladly recom- meno" I.ydia E. Pinkhsih's Compound to weak nerr'M ALBERT SuwtaVKB Olmsteu} St, Winoni, Mion. How often do we hear the among women, "I am so nervous; I can- not or "it u thoogh I should fly." Such women should profit by Mrs. oulEze's experience and this, famous root and herb Lydia E. Pinkham'a VegeUble Con- pound, a trial. _ Forforty years Ithss been overeim. ing such serious conditions ns displace- mcnU, inflamm'aUon, ulceration, irref- ularitix, periodic paina, backache. Ait- zmesj, nervous prostration at women, and is now considered the dard >uch ailments. A SIGNAL-! AMALGAMATE SOLDIER BODIES TORONTO, April are being rande .'or early action in ths i.mEitlcr of tho proposed amalgamation of (ho Orond Army of Canada and (ho United Veterans' Ixjaguc, which' has been decided upon by practically a unanimous vole. A convention of the. two bodies will be. held here on (April Ifi mid 17, when Hie new orgiiniiKMipn, li> be known :is tlte Grand Army 0( Vnllcd will be organized, .1 constitution drafted, nml a nesv sei of oftfccrs elected. It la planned (o hold n big p.iraile on April 10. Healthy teetlt cannot live in diseased tissue. Gums tainted with Pyorrhea ore dangerously diseased. For not only tho teeth are affected, but Pyorrhca germs seep into tho body, lower its vitality and many ills. Pyorrhea begins with tender and bleeding gums. Then the eurm recede, thu teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must be extracted to rill the eyctcm of the poisonous r.crma tna' teed in ab.iut them. Four out of five people over forty have this disease. But you need not have it. Visit your dentist often for tooth and gum inspection. And keep Pyorrhca by using Forhan's For the Gums. Forte n'3 For The Gums will prevent check its uad in time and used consistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Forhan's keeps lhe ha'rd and healthy, the teeth white and clean. If you have tender or bleeding pirns, start using H today. If gum-shrinkage hat already set in, use Forhan's accord jng to directions, and consult a dentist immediately for ipccial 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and V. S. If your druggist carinit'cupply you send to 119 direct and we will mail tuba postpaid. FORllAti'S, LTD., FORTHE GUM WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING If so OFFICES