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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 19IU 'rilK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE' f'-'f 1CS3CU where a collision lias oici------. Lctwcin the strikers uud (he Christian. Workers' urgailizallon. Uu> members which desire to continue at their i-mploymenl, o dispatch from announces. Tlie strikers have jiUdjIlic Krupp inunitlDn pbnl. Ibu message adds. Will Fight SUiktrs BKJIUN. April uf road employees to'uud lo troubles by'striking has lironaht ,-harp reply from Iho government, iu Bucli acllon is as "a crimr: toward the entire people." Assur- ance Is given that a strike "will be regarded as a breax-h of contraband be punished accordingly." State of War Exists tAsfociated state of war" eslsts in northern Bavaria, acconl- ing to placards posies! this morning. Uwnonstratioiis arc .fotbiddell then and Ihe public is forbiddeti to be on Utc streets between 11 p.m. niid 5 a.m. The Hoffman gavernniont oi Havaria was recently reported to have moved from Munich to Nnremburg. A Merlin J dispatch received there Tuesday, j. however, slated Inat Ihe ministry, af- ter going 10 iVurcniUurg. made a tcc- und change Si Us lieadnuariers, mov- ing to Hamburg. V'DBterday's dispatch- j ci imported a state u( In Nurcm- j bcrj. 1 Berlin Quiet DKHI.1X. April tills morning's .sSEs'ioh' of tlie sovie: hide-; pendent-Socialists plesetiteil two roso-' lullons cxlondliis grcoUuss ID ihe Ha- i varian and Hungaria soviet I There' was a lively discussion, cspeci-. regarding Bavaria. The greetings j to Hungary was accepted. IJerliu was iiulct today, being strongly patrolled j by government troops. j Bavarian Minister Recalled April It lias! been officially ahnuunc-jd iu Munich i that Ritter von Preuser. tho Ravariau envoy al Berlin, lias liecn recalled.; The commissary for-foreign affairs in j Riving his reasons for tMs step de- j that Uie German consUiu-, tiou can never become binding upon j Uavhrla as ISavaria's special rights i iiave been surrendered 3u tlie draw- i ing up of that documfcftt. The government as well HS the IJaden and .Hcssc govern- according- to u Stuttgart dis-' patch, still regards the 'Bavarian gov-( under Premier Hoffman as i the legitimate government for! Uavarla. i Decline Bavarian Portfolios j DKJU.I.V, Ajiril 0. (A and' Professor Jaffc have declined to accept Ihc folios of, affairs and national respectively, in the new Bavarian The central revolutionary council in Munich closed all the banks in Bavar-'. iu today to permit Ihtir re organisation under Ihe new regime. More Soviet Support DKItUX, April town of: Kclnvelnfurt. In lower EVtincoiiia. near; Wiirzbuirf. has voted Its adhesion lo the Uavdfian soviet republic. DAY GENERAL STRIKE KOMK. April Hume council of the- general teilera- tlon of labor lias decided upon a. general sirikt; lo last '11 hours. The strike is ael tu he- giniou Thursday at 0 a.iu. with t' Joan, will begin threv days, with nin'.mcr iu anil ouce nightly a .Marsimll. l-uisc- of k'UL', ynd Charles CJyry. ;'.i Trcui- A special orvho-tra tin- itmslcal proyruns. died fur their King and Country has yet recorded thau cue Hods in "The. Oirl He Irffl Ili-hind." A large uud rapable company of well known players will IK- seen in tlio play which IB in four arts. A wonderful swnie production will ue seen. Seals go on sale ou Thursday. iMv- their lifesufferfromailmentspeculinrtotb'eir >ex in j which in most cases may be ..U remdilj relieved by this f S-TIOM root nod herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham'l Vegelible Compound, just Mrs. i Catmu foond it helped her after suffer- j in vain. I If JOT have annoying sjmptomi i vou'llil to understand, write LydU K. i'inkhara Medicine Co., Lynn, Tho results of .their 40-yeais experience in ad Tiling women on this wbjKt M yoar Mnrice. Throughout (he Province Under Privjite .Member's 'Other Bills l to tiic Her.ilJ] LIFT OFF CORNS: ease iti.the fenneiUcd. uuassisnilatedI ooO. The Ijlooil -is polhited anj tar-' rie.s Tno intection throughout the body. Gastric ulcers arc apt to Torijt anil an ulcer is iho first. 5n of a cancer. Iu catarrir ot tlic stomach 3 good and safe trealnieiu is to iaHe Ijprnrc meals a. teaspoon fill of pure Bfsurateil Magnesia in hallva Klass of hot- water as hot ifs you can toini'orlaljly drinl: it. The hot water washes Hie niucoui from (lhc stomach mills and riravrs ihc j Mcod'lo tlie stomath while the bisur-i atej magnesia excellent solvent for Tiiucits a_nid jiin-reasc-s the effic- iency of thr treatment Moreover thr BJsuruled t wifl pcrve ay 3 jwwe'rfal but harmless j antacid which will neutralize any ex- :ess hjtlrochlonc acid thai may he In our slonificlt and sweeten its food contents. natural iligestion out'distress of any kind should soon Bisuratetl Magnesia is not a laxative, is pleasant and: easy to take and can he obtained from1 any local UruggiBt. Don't conCusti TVisiiraled with otlier forms of magnesia, milks; cilrates, etc.. get it In thi pure hisumteil form (powder or especially prc pared for this j IN HIS LATEST ARTCRAFT PICTURE "BOUND IN MOROCCO" "HICK MANHATTAN" Two-Itee! Klasg Comedy, and BRITISH OFFICIAL GAZETTE Doesn't hurt a bit and costs only u few centa for Uie establisluutnt ot nnivcrsnl iiairTiolEilay on fialurriHy thronglioiif tlie province was intro ilueocl In the legislature Tueadny af- Iho resoUiiion and Hon. Arthur I MuiBheii, irt Rtaliug the gbvcnipicnr.si said that ,it called merely; fora uniform of administering aw. hut the administration of law was vested in the provinces and not) rMmlnion at all. lernooh by W. M. IMTidson Calgary. Tlie object of tlio measure Is to dD away with the rMmlnion at all. fusion of tho varying half liolidays in (was also too wide lo commend itself! different cities and collisions 'with the ;o ihe favorable consideration of par-] Factory Act; liatncnt. It could not be affirmed j with any liopfr of success that parlia- i nicM should provide that all tho pen- alties should be alike. .f, also jntrodticcd a hill which will enable chiropractors to practice in 'Albcrtn hy paying a license tinder certain fcx- amfiiatlon SInuiltan- j eously J'remier Charles Stewart gave TORONTO. O. SHUman; vice-president cf the Imperial Oil com- pany, was loday elected prftaidentsur Majestic THE NATIONAL PRODUCTIONS CO. OFFER A Romance of World War That Ote? lo Evwy Heart "THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND" A TRIBUTE TO A LOVE TALE OF ROM TIME A COMEDY DRAMA IN FOUR LONG, LAUOHIWC COMPLETE SCENIC 7KODUCT1ON SPLENDID CAPAiLE CAST Prices.. 75c, 50c MATS ON THURSDAY I NOT A MOTION PICTURE EMPRESS-TONIGHT The Fighting Roos Oats For Sale IN CAR LOTS Write or wire for particulars. We make dtiick shipments. MALDEN ELEVATOR CO., Ltd. Rouleau, Sask. S743 SUCCEEDS HANNA notice of tlie withdrawal of govern- A. M. McQueen 2nd vice-prcsldcnl. ment bill Xo. nn act wtvich pro Tided changes in tho system.of nx Kessmcntp for rural telephones which Jiic government has decided not to go on with tills yeor. Copies of the amendments to tlie j INTERPRET CLASSIC DANCES llevoniie Tax Act were The Gladys Atlreft Classical Dancers distributed, the chief aUcmion appear for one night only, at the in tho method of assessment so that CoioTiTal on Thursday evening this (Iron a little b'l'eezonc on that touchy coni, instantly it slop- aching, Ilicn you lift tlie corn olt wit! the fingers. cecdlTTR the IfUo Hon. W. J. Hanna. tTry dniKE'sl soils a n was elected a.director i tiny hoi tie for a TCM- cents, sutficten i tin. i to rid your feet of jivery hard corn .Isbft corn, or corn between the toes and calluses, without ono particle o pain, soreness or irrilatfon. Krcezon is the dfacovery of n nolcil t'inclnnal men I. iu the future, rural units ehall be levied on under the act. at a rate determined by the lleutc-nant-gover- uor-ln council -on each dollar of nssess- able ruluo of Iho land. Instead of. un- der tho flat rale of BO many cents per acre, nttermlned by Judge ns year. The sumo provisions however "HEARTS OF THE WOHLO" AT 'continue lo apply to tlie. minimum[ COLONIAL TIME TONIGHT (ax and tho rnto of taxation on leased '.and.'. week (tomorrow) in e. beautifully stag- ed and artistic cycle of classical dan- cos. Special scenic and electrical ef- fects will enhance Ihe performance. A company of twenty beautiful, girls will j interpret the yarloui dances. i one rand of corn PosrToAsnts W. Orltllth's wonderful spec- tacle. "Hearts of the World" fflll'po.v j be- shown for (he Ust timer to- i night at Ihe Colonial Theatre. Those who have not yet seen this magnetic-1 cnt production should avail j ves of this final opportunity, of seeing It tonight: Cascarets Work While You Sleep No headitciw, biliousness, up- set stomach or constipa- tion tomorrow COLONlAL-Thurs.Eve. _ THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON The Gladys Attree Classical Dancers TWENTY BEAUTIFUL GIRLS IN A CYCLE .OF ARTISTIC TERPSICHOREAN NOVELTIES. ELABORATE SCENIC AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION Prices: Ad.rU 50c CbiUrn. I 25c AT THE MAJESTIC" The dcltshXnl Ulr) lie f.nfl Behind" Is coming lo Ihe Majcallc. for two nights week. Friday and Saturday. It is a play of I6fe in rose- time, sweet and true. H IK a play of Canadian mother love, of tho debt ow- ing Iho moUiera of the world who have with roiirageoiH fortitude withstood Mie'terrors of the past'four ycnrs. Xr> Spend 10 grand! Tonight lafce Cascarots to liven'your liver and clean your bowels. Stop the head, aches, bilious spells, soilrncss, coated tongue, had hrcalh, sallow' nnas and C'ascnr- ets and enjoy Ihe nicest, gentlest "In- side cleansing'' you .ever experienced. Wnkc up feeling fine. Cascarcts In br.st cniharllc for children. Taatc lUo candy. Xo (llsappolnliticnt! Thlrly Tiilllidn of this toirmftjss f ona cailiartle are sohl each year n Scene from Hwttvelti" wftkh will iliown t.l th Empress tonifht for the A I'er-'onally Authorijefl Motion picture Versidn of the LIFE AND WORKS OF, THEODORE ROOSEVELT From the Cradle to the "Kbyte House A Stirring Drama of Adven- ture and Achievement. It follows bit strenuous career as fight- ing corrupt politicians, his exciting "experiences in tie .wild west, Ws return na.m? on front ol 'ere durnaf th% ereatful ystxs which made him "mwt lerestinc American." la ot wnoucce ment niAde tliroacb, the col- umns of the Irfthbridg-e Her- ald thii picture .Will to pocitMy akown to- niftt for last la vrLb. CHARLIE CHAPLIN "The Hen-tacked Spouse" No Advance in for Tfch Progmtn. Special Music Tonight WIUi OrnhefCrm. Do Not Jilss. Til is Wonderful vAttwiUom. TONYDERP Commuincate ii NORffl AMERICAN COLUEUES, LBffTED f McLEOO iUILOINC, CDMOHTON, SEEDS! IF YOU WANT TO HAVE THE iMT GARMN, YOU BUY THE BEST WE HAVE THEM. SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK l' Peas, American Wonder, per Karly, Pens, Thomas Uilon. per Beans, Elaek Wai, lleans, Uroad Windsor, per Ib............----- Scarlet Kunncr, per Ib............... Cornjf Sioux Sciuav.', per Ib.......i........ L'orn. Mammoth Cory, per Ib.'...... Onions, Danvcrs Ycilow Globe, per lh....... Beets, Crosby Egyptian. per Ib............... Carrots, N'antes' Half Ixing, per Ib. 35c 30c 49c 40c 50c 55c 30c 35c 3.SO 245 1 lonf, per Ib................... Lettuce, Grind pei Ib............... M tti eel, Ixrag R'd, iwr Ih. Dwarf per IK 'Graw. Kmerald Green, Ib. jSwcet Pets, por ft....... Onion Seis, Dulcli par Ib.. 30c; 2 Onion MuHlplters, per 1.75 US 2.W KW 1.10 35c 35c 55c 1.10 Also We' Have Squwh, Leek, Kohl Rail, Citron, Pirdty, In anO til ol tttti In BING WO 320 M. ;