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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEW THE I.ETHHRIDGE DAILV HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL mm mti GIVEN Aliens To Be Dismissed And Other Jobs iMade Available To Soldiers (Sptcisl to The Herald) Alta.. April fowinp a visit by a deputation of Great War Veterans Tuesday morning to protest against the employment of jiliens of enemy by the govern- menu'Premier Charles Stewart-made 'the follkFwiiig promises io the vet- Kvery aliou of enemy birth in the etnploy of the government will lie dis- imssed immediately upon the tireat Veterans bringing to llie attention oCviho gorernment any man who can, fill the posi- j Hon. The premier Ahat (our or en were- necessary In govern- I meat employ who can alien luu- 'guages to deal with the alien popula- j tloa. That was tho only reason the men against objections i have I been raised were employed. _ -I Second, "hat the government is now mablog a survey of all wotueu in the employ of government to deter- mine whii'U cues are married OP who do not need to work for their own port. Kach ease where the posltlou shoulil be tilled by a returned soldier be decided upon by a committee- of the Veterans aud ihe cabipet, s merits. V: ThirJ, that a sioniar'surTe'y will be undertaken of all rnenVvrho have-en- tered the government employ' August l. 1914, to not they could have enlisted aiifl dU not do the decIsSoii here to rest with .th'e cabinet and'commit tee ol eturned men. A LIFETIME Of Pnmty "f mt-i-tiw "In ny so food as fruit 1 Indigestion AE d CoMtipitioW. 1- Kor lu Vith dreaded diseases; trwfwcsb '.until Vims "toM I' was incurable. One day a friend to .try To inV surprise, I found this jive relief, and in A short'tlrne.Xwis all right cOc. a box, 6 for tri'a! Jfc. At all VleAlers-qr Limited, .UELGRADE. Wednesday, April At the opening of tbo national assem- bly today, Storysn Protltch, ;in. A speech. atrong protett against the treaxnieut ot Serbia 'by Great Britain and Italy in failing to j recognize tbe Serbian, Croatian and j Slovene states, ivhlle, he said, PoJaiid t and the Czecho-Slovak'. Tvhose pacri-- could not be remotely compared'.. with tho56-of Serbia, already had been rc-eognfzedv The premier said he at- a similar omission the part of Rumania, to the erist- of secret .treaties. Protltch ".'aho made a strong protest against 'iurhat he termed Italy's action in. A TUX, SANTLE BOX no arc tilled and 1? injured. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit Nourishing, pure aod healthful .Makes brain and muscle.. Children and them. In Strt'poJ Ontf Horra-WESTwscorrco. _ LIMITED mmm COULD HAVE PUI mmmm 'Mis Some Farfg A bout Em- >ire's Fall Independent Socialists Want To Run is Y BERUX. April Cojieuha- already hare aris- en amoris.tho founders of tlie soviet govern me nt In Bavaria, the AchtuKr- b'latt today says; "and. an intensified state.of. slegeJijts. been declared lu The CojnmutilsU the Ba- varian capital have deciJed that they will not collaborate with the Majority- Socialists. They liave demanded the remoTal of the Majority from government, which" they want of ists, aoi Communists. 'Landjborg Freed COPENHAGEN, April auto- mobile in whiclrHerr Landsborg, min- ister of'justice in tlie being taken to Brunswick af.tvr hfce arrest yesterday ai Jlagde- b'urg by revolting'soldiery .was stop- ped at" Helmstcd and the minister liberated, a Berlin dispatch says: The machine, was accompanied by a strong escort insurgents iue police S. vAssociated was a difference of opinkxi aurotc German generals as to Iho prarticitbllliy of fighting to maintain the gitue in November, Count Schulenburg, of a, guarjs' maintains -in aa artiete pn'.the tion of-Emperor William, publisheditn the Fteihelt, that there were enough' ]oyal-4roojK to have'miirched la-Cbapelle nuU Cologne anti put down Ihe revolution- The fount says that Field -Marshal voo Hindeuburg a Gen- Prussian war.mhiUter. would not assume; the responsibiUty ifor such a move, -however, arguing j that things bad gone too far and that ionly the abdication former Emper- jor Williani coiild save tho situation, The emperor, he says, was emphatic in declaring he did not desire a civil ivar and that he ivouM not call upon the anny to engage in such a conflict, Internal conditions growing1! worse. Wiih'elni at length agreed to abdica- tion, but he insisteil on retaining his office as-Icing .'of Prussia and hef.d'of the army. The chanreUor. in the meau'- time, announced the abdication-with- out waiting for" the emperor's formal declaration. Count Schulenburtr says that Wil- liam's fiijjjiii iv xiyitniiu "fiiS dU0 tO pressure Lear Fieltl Marshal von afii] 25 Capes and Dolmans Just In This Morning by Express to Lovely styles in navy, taupe, sand, Copenhagen, brown, grey I black. 25 More Pattern Hats JUST IN THIS MORNING Just in time for Eastev choosing. A most beautiful lot this time. Just one of a model and all confined exclusively to this store. (CLARKE GO 614 LIMfllip ONFREtlNGE The supjested clause reads: "Tlie. sidcnl'.ot-Uie inuiiicipal 'may council ot any mnnlcipril district may I allow'100 hcairof-'citlle'.br'librsci' o< Includo In. any bylaw passed -ijy ilUrin.lleaa of :cheep ai Isrgti'tol animals from running at pvery iiml within isnch large, a unijer which a ro I iraDicipal. district ovriiid Men Debated Question at Bclre- A'ue Suiidayrr-Death of v BeiievnV Lady BELLBVUE, April "ot the per- son' ot H. Ch'appell, aivay on Tuesday and was laid to rest H. Chapped, of Blairmore, and Fred of Calgary. Mrs. Cbappell had been in As Hie result of tile Herr a state of siege was de- clared at Magdeburg and a sufficient force of troops was1 set In movement n'eaii Ater. Sunner and R. Liveit; to bring those responsible to justice, I speaking for and the One Big according to a Berlin semiofficial Union. Snshe'r floor "first and proceeded to castigate" ill''the' inter- national officers that ever'lived .or are likely to lire. Tio Unas is pi dtct.tt. for Sprint. Amoot most Is the lont ramp with plain toe, hijb arch and Louia betl. Comet In dull Mack, patrat or colored Icatbm. Easter Suggestion for women as reflected in the .new gowns for 1 ..spring, suggests the Oxford in footwear as in most proper keeping with style. Oxfords will be more popular this year than in many seasons past.' Most effective in appearance among Oxfords is the long, slender vamp' model, w.th the popular Louis heel. Its effect with the new 'gowns, cither m black or patent leather, -is most striking, As with all of our rrt iels, Oxfords combine, with corr-ci style a capacity for service and an assurance of comfort to the' feel-when- properly fitted by your dealer. Our booklet "How to Buy Shoes, V is scnt without charge to a address in Canada. Please send requests to our home office at Montreal. AMES HOLDEN McCREADY Municipalities May Pass Bylaws Saving Who May Run Stock at Large (Social to Hferald) .EDMONTON, Alia., April acriculturaV coiiimtUee. of ilie lesisla- ture including all members ot the house, morning voteO io Incorporate ia the.munici'pal districts act a section enables municipal cpuactls.to.restrict of cat- i.le7 horses and sheep "allowed to run at large and limiting the persons irho may run such .animals to owners rc-: sident ia the districL The object Is to prevent .cattle dealers shipping large herds nortb and permitting them, to roam at country, and similarly, to" prevent sheep owners in.Wontanafrom'running herds across the line. the most estimation is'the One Big Union. There seemed to be quite a lot ot the people present who are'desirous of the U. M.. of A. Susner tried to crit- icise I.ivelt for the strand he hae en against Ac O.'B. U., but Lirett assured him that he was sincere and that he was going to slay by his con-1 till he was convinced that he was wrong. i Doctor Beeman and, family, late .of: LethbrUge, 'have- arrived in .camp, where the doctor is now mines' doctor.'' To those who are really particiilar about the Coffee- they drink, there is oiie brand that always pleases particuiarly well because it is piarticularly Chase Sanborn's BRAND" COFFEE. lu I and 1 pound fine pound for Percolaiort. Never sold in bWkJ CHASE A: SANBORN, MONTREAL. 705 Meeting Addressed Snwwr Mi ners M ostl j- Rwerre Jadgment WINNIPEG VANCOUVER Tiat-moik tn nal Onr Own Corr _ COUIMAX. April A !Mge dele.- gallon ct local business mtn attended- trio Heads convsntion htld in lllalniiorc on AVedntsday. Jlaj-or J. Johnston has returned; liomo-Irom Indianapolis, where Ke reyresentecl Dislrict IS at the annual convention of the IT. M. W. of On tlic liac-k lie stopped over al Cal- galfx to jarflrlpatc In Uie msettns of the rolicv conimiltee of 1 Laic arrivals from overseas Include T. ter'uyslilre, If. AVII1- lams and K, Parish. V. C. Hosklhs, -iflio lot tlie paiit year- has been manager of the M. P; Goodevc Hardware Co., nan jmrchaaed a hardware business Charnpiori, Alberta, and will shortlr 'move tAf family to iiis location, Alex Kusncr addresaerfx of miners' maM meeting held' on Tiwsday morning. The One Big Union scheme WM efore the Colcman lonal very forceful manntr by 'Mr. of the minors however re3erved_ judgment until given an opportunity' of hearing the oiher side of can-, troveray. ,t Capl. Bailey and Ucut. ilnttersbr, of Ihe Salvation Army, hare n' morKl .10 a new field, Ballsy goes to1 B.C., and IJealefiwit BnUcrahy to Calgary, irfll enler Ihe social 'aid work, .Mr. Wondhall, Cote- man Dulletln', returned day from n business trip fo'Hl Rev. C, t. accepled an, 'Invitation to WHk Jlethcnllsl .church, Toronto, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Thursday to Saturday WE ARE OFFERING FOR THREE DAYS ONLY 35 Men's, Blue Serge Suits All wool pud made up in the newest inotteta. negtiUr to Three Day. Trlco. WE WILL HAVE ON SALE FOR SAME THREE DAYS 30 Men's Suits Jlado up lu good strong ckiths in light and dark pattens. .Wtll make good work suits. Itcgular to Young Men's 2 and 3 Piece Suits long pants, 33 to 37. In belted and plnchbicfc modelii of the Very lateat. The cloths arc ol worsteds, tweeds and serges. We Invite your In- spection to quality. Prlcef J28.M fc S25.H for J18.H J15.M .WE HAVE A THREE THOUSAND LAR STOCK OF CLOTHING TO BE CLEARED AT COST. FRED THAEHL ;