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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE OTTAWA. April the ot a; caucus to be called on ihe question of tarilf reduction, lion- T. C. Noiris. premier of Manitoba, "ar rivc-d In Oliana today. Ho thsl lib missiou hid to do. not ted- politics, but with tome depart- mental maiterf thai Hon. Klwatil provincial treasurer, has been here negotiating, said Air. Norris. "feele very strongly on the tariff, ll f.'elss that if uolhins ts done ihiB uorliiag will ever lit- done. Kor -10 years we have had pro lection and what progress we have _ made out there has been made in _peace KODtnmai noivlcel it is tiKh time received no information this for a chanBp. The eastern luanufari- afternoon of rumors from by urer has had 40-year innings end way s'J Basel that ihe Hungarian so- bis grown rich and the vest contid-1 viet government bad been over- that Us views are f milled to a, thrown snd Beta Kun assasliuated. .-onsideration heretofore reused. There was an inclination jo doubt the BELAKDEADI Keporls Indicate However Tha( Soviet leaders Having Hard is not exorbitant. I believe ihat a dozen commodities luade tree and markeis'opeu would go far to ?at- la'fy ihcra for anyway." RIOTS AT LAWRENCE Mass.. .April in? marked by prouiisrcuoui firing by and poHce open- ed the 1'Hh week of the licsiile sirike here today. The outbreak occurred in the vlcinfiy of ilie-Evereu -Mills, shortiy. before .7 o'clock. .1 (en- hours the city had, been stirred by iUe explosion of a. tomb in tenement house sanio neighborhood. Early reports' indicated tiiat no oue vra's Injured by tlie shooUiif, although-sev- eral' rioters anu policemen, ivere ia- jured by sticks, stones and accuracy of the reports. Soviet elections had planned for Hunsary today and a general holi- day had I'eeu proclaimed. I Workers Collaborate i BERLIN. Saturday. April, I cabinet-has accepted-au amendment 'to article .SI qf'the constitution, em- powering on an equal fooling with the eioployers. lo collab- orate in the fixing ot wages, the set- lling of questions of lutor conditions and iu the entire development the productive force. HAS Strik: in Hand STUTTGART. April was offl FOR CONSTIPATION hire Wood tfce tew tiou. Ti.tilalik. WoadirhiltT to fcanfih ke, aad enables km. to it fs not of support of the in MunicK who were reported IB Munich dispatches SaiurtUy to expressed sympathy with the sbtkt causo, but to ;haxe declared thctr Intention to mainUia neutrality, although they would not .iroiecl the diet building, which if armed machine KUQS. The proponents of the soviet idea, faowevpr. bate met with jreat tiou'on the part of the on the one band, anil Che peasants, oa the liaihl. TUo peasants hold tbp trump card is.their control of the supply of foodstuffs, which have declared they would refuse to deliver in case a soviet government were pro- claimed. The unexpected ouptoition to the esUb.ishroetu at pretext of the soviet fonrj of govenitne'ui.' manifested by Bavaria's most ra'dfcal- Independent, Dr. Levine. bag jioc without its eftect, as he wields great influence in ceriajn radical circles.. The league ifc ulso opposing the plan with vigor and bolh pollii- and economically a strong factor in liavarian life. The rumor spread broadcast yester- day that the government and t.he diet might move to Bambcrg, in northern Bavaria, has been officially denied, Moderates Oppose PARIS. April agitation of the extremists in Munich and .oiher parts of Bavaria are arousing the op- position of the moderate and the mmm FM FAN 'Sf., Sr.Jbuv, X.B. feel I mutt tell you of cmt 1 biTe your wonderful for miuy years Trow I'jcttKi aad could jet relief. 'Fruit- ft-llvH1 T did 54 sreat BOW lam ent'.iely Tree of RtadtcWi, to your MRS. ALEXANDER SHAW. At all dealers or arat oa receipt of price, ay Krnit-a-liTl LiaiUd. Ottawa, eially-anhounceJ last night that tlio I democratic parly, and the peas- governnieol bad Ih? strike siiuatfoo ants' league, according to advices This Fall WINNIPEG, April 7.-, An if- ftftr follow- a MThe Star today Mtch Ottawa quoting a maij of naiiMul ropuU- ttaB' with the Aatcnient that th.rt will be a fcmAl election autumn and that the tariff will W the lawe. The belief pre- in well informed the that the li rjch upon the queition that nethlnf.but an avpeal cwintry will decide it. The poeai- bllitjr cf the arrang- ing a between wtat- ern agriculturhh and eiutern manufacturer! it fading into the mitt at both bodiet are atrffen- Inj their opeoeltion. to each "oth- er, the diaoatch tayt." EXPRESS COMPANY EilOYESIOSIKE 1 HALIFAX. X. S. April T.'-It was ills rapidly. given cut thii at tlte ollkes of the grand division. Canadiau Bro- of i'.ulhvay Enji'loreas. tnat ibus sanitarium, of pneumonia, '.'ollo-.v- int a severe attack of iuilueuta.'Ills I body will be skipped to Vancouver. and iken on to Braudou, Alan., where he is surrivetl by a wife anil children. The olber Canadian plavere whose illaets on (lie eve of llie'final gauio the world serita caused lite can- jcelldtioti of that event, are recover- Hoards ot.Trade throughout ilie west are practically completely in liand and that Iho een- reaching here, and they have appealed erai'-'.rike of the Spartacans had col- bcuregoise artd peasant officials lapsed" It was added that most ot j to rally with the moderate officers and tbe strike leader were arrested, on .'protect the conquests of tho rcvolu- tion against the arbitrary methods and violence of The appeal ''It the hot-heads succeed in niain- to separate itself from Thursday. Over S.COO.OCO'Worklesj BERLIX. April imperial eon- gress'oJ workless metjn the former themselves in power., there 're- house of lords tits morning and- de- mainssbllt one for Bavaria- ruaadeci toat ihe government take up the problem of persons who now are oui of .tvork Seventy of tbe 100 dele- gates who attended the meeting an- nounced that each of them ed persons out of jobs. l Speakers at'the meeting repudiated i the estimate that thbre were persons out :ot declaring that there are nearly, perse situated. j OTTAWA. April E. Segs-. The Bavarian Situation.. director of vocational training-1 BERLIN. Apnl-C.-The proponents _he departocnt of soldiers'- civil of. fora soviet government m j .has resigned. He, Bavaria with strong opposition wil, represent Canada at.tie inter- in .-two quarlei-5. Bavarian diet. _ it is 'true, meet on Tues- dar> 33 had bfeen.the'proKraia, because AUCTION SALE of HORSES and CATTLE y AT THE JOHN BRODIE BARN ON THIRD ST., OPPOSITE THE FARMERS' FEED BfRjy On Was., April 10th AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP 1 Clyde mare, S years old. in foal. 16M 1 mare, 7 j-ears iba.'.'l rnire. 7 years old. 1100 Ibs.; 3 geldings, 3 years old, >'.'1100 Ibs. each; I team of mares, 3 years old, with foal, 2660' Ibs.; >.l grey mare, 6 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, 7 years old, 1300 1 horce, G years old, 1250 Ibs.; 1 saddle 5 years old, Ibs.; I team geldings. S years olif, 2S00 Ibs.; 4 colts, 1 year .void; I registered Percheron slallion, S o'.d, 1SOO 1 grade ..j-stallion, Percheron, 1 years, 1700 Ibs. Terma of cash and Uaif time with S per cent, oil for cash on credit amounts. l -A 1915 Orerknd car; 1 garden plow; 1 'ct of harness; 1 incubator, 133 and 1 brooder; 1 nevr livet- ing machine; I small water number 1 cross saw; 3 large meat Jars (10 gallons and 20 gallons) (TERMS. CASH Auction Sales oMurniture By FRANK WADDINGTOti Tomorrow, Tucs. Apr. 8 ON THE-fkElillSESaZie TraRD AVENUE SOUTH r --COMMENCING' AT 10.39 A.M. Kg Chanjt Broigtit About By -New FraBcKise Act. LON'DON, April first parlia- meniary return' of electors uniler the new franchise 'act." issued yesterday, allows tiiat ol voters oa the'registers for the United Kingdom at the seneral election was compared in 1915. In tliis hlal includt'J 3.900.1S5 naval and rnUitary voter.', o.' 'iraoin were women. Tbe number ot electors iu divisions was as follows: England and Wales -n.Men.. women, untrp: inrfo allied on the rehab imitation of the disabled soldier, ,-R-hich is-goon to be JieM at and.iirill then take a rest -before to pri- vate business. has betn director of-Yocatioiial'tralnuis since Jnly, 1917. be succeed- ed N. F. Parktosbo, he returned froai'. pTerseas-'has-been Mr. Segswortli's L j- Kthel of Canadian halt-dollar I Two Of. she became the coin -was! blamed. -to.St. J.-'s-' e-ph's hospital, where an X-raj- ination failed to tocateitlie moner, 'bnt it was discovered that she Has suiter- Livomeu, 'total, Ireland J.239.90B; C98.6SO; total" I 14.513.165; women, 479.15C-. totals Order Given in They Will Reach Camps There LONDON'. April A. second division is now arriving in England. 3HI.' ISUi ana ISth battalions have already readied Wit- lev camp. The remaining unit's .will Itave FYance on consecutive days In the. following order: 24th. 55th; 26tli. 29.lh. 3lEl, SSlll and 27tli. TJiey will bo liy the machine sun uaitaliou, the artillery- and en- _ unit in- jlhe Canadian Express company's em-1 that Parliament 'ployeej had decided to strike, follow-1 ulinalion iu regard saving. ing the refusal, c-J.the company. abide by the award of the board ap- j pointed uniler the-.provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act for the pur-r iposoxof passing tifoa' the grievances' iof the JUOH. The sli'te will" so into, effect throughout tiie- territory served by the Grand Trunk.Hallway and tho Canadian National Hailwa'ys exclusive jot (he old Canadian .Vorthern Hail- way system on. Thursday, April 10 at tpongyand mnirued, "Then you luvo Pyorrhea (Rife1, Four out of five people CTCT forty have Pyorrhca, jvnd many-1 under also.- Don't let a. tcndc? gum spot de- velop. These tcntidr spots breed disease gmm rrhicli cnto- the system ,tiny the joints or causing other .''Irnmcduiicly get Forhan's. prevents Pyorrhea if used in. time and'iiwd consl-itcntly. Forhan's tones the gums and hardens them. Tlicy in turn keep the healthy. Bhish your'tcrtb with Kor- ,-It cleans thsm keeps them white and clean. It gum-ahrinkage-lias already wt in, ptart ustng Forhcn's and consult a dentist immediately for special treat- ment. Me and oOc tubes. All Druggists. FORSAK'S, LTD., SOT St. Jean Oats For Sale IN CAR LOTS >Yrite ur wire for particulars. We make quick shipments. jMALDEN ELEVATOR CO. Ltd ,f Saik i FORTHEGUM5 E. Picariello THE BOTTLE KtNB BLAIRMORE, AtTA. WiH Pay Price for BOTTLES Crown 'Top, Quirts Pints. .enough liottlcs arc'.sp cured the manufacture pf soii drinks will be alartcil -at Blair- Orders taken for and soft ._ far Caah. increasing, and numerous iradln; schooners visit the Archipelago at in- tervals. Tho natives are. very kjyal and know a great deal of the doirms of They certainly known all Belgian atrocities, and about poor Nurse Cavell, and Die I.nsiUnla. 1 wa? amuitd the other day' on hearing a natlvo'3 remark wh'tn a 'dog rnslied out at a stranger. He saJJ (o the stranger, 'Hoe nhuru to Puru- tla to uri' (That like Prus- But the claim ot this merrtter of the Overseas Club In the Pa'nmctiu lo lie. the loneliest Driton has not allOT.-e.I to pass unchallensed. Mr. Robert .H. Wills, who describes him- self ns "King of Crescent TTiSles us follon-a from Crescent Island, Naivasha.-Hritlsh fast Africa: "I have ]iot3cseei) thla alee Maid for the last tea'years; btcanw the in the ploncor dayi, irhen' this laljtni (3 by mllea) was a 'howling 'juile Itro "f have'always fell fiulte-Uie and have most w-llllng siibjtcts, ow- ing to tho fact that tlila an Inland. One has no hold on the Kikuyu ftn tho mainland and the native' generally throughout U.S.A. "I run thla (aland 'as a firm, irith cattle, sSeep and. noiiltry. No rermln to worn- them at ntght, over a hundrt'J htjad of cattle, and thete Is Hie ciiicf occupation; -fcut this fresh-water lake has great variety jrond. I tell you straight what I am; i am Radical, and I know that the Tory I halo aa 1 da' tho glvb everything in the world to beat me and clip my wings. Bnt they have not clipped them and the more they try to do s6 the more'l am going to mv dy- ing day. "J.f you vote for inc. 1 will do Hie you, If you like tho dear old, 'way, vote for my opponent. boats. Is the parml are I nntl ono hofli.fte- el.'e-i-.lK'rf oiie'Vati'la Afrlci." Saltog li, April of Poland. NO-UNION BETWEEN POLES AND GERMANS Premier <1, In an inter- view on hU trip ta 1'arla, declared (hat ifiere can bo no union between Germany and The question of fht final disposition of Danzig, he nlded, niust be settled. The port must be given to brie or Ihc other snd it would-be nn act of Justice to give it back ta -Poland, to.whlcli belonged in years gono by. A Tombstone of 'Beauty v to the liy the care lit which it Is ex- ecuted. We are it your senrice. THE ODELL Safety Razor Sharpener Double Edged Blade per dozen........... Single Edged Hladis, per dozen Blades, per dozen Schsorj up from........... Razorii Honed, Razori Kehandled, Bsng Auto sharpening Bung Aiilu Scraptr, hollow ground. Nail up from Carving 'Knives, up from All wftrk guaranteed. Bring or mall your bUdet to the Ofell 30c 50c lOc 50c 50c 35c SOc lOc lOc D. HARTEBESE 41 i, Fifth Communicate at once with A.ttldCA.1 COUIEWES, UH1TED MctCOO tOILfJlNO, IDMONTON, ALTA. ;