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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL iHR LKTHBHIIXJK DAILt 11ERALH PAGE NINE Proletariat Quarrel _ :ijJtt jn Develops in Bavana MUNICH, April, 3- (Associated auofher 2i hours behind It. the''Bavarian council government apjieSrs less" able' to' impose itself upon Ilia country and iho general lilicul Eltualloa has .become woro In- volved and threatening than ever. Not only liaa the support of the oM enuneut takeu concrete form io north JJavarla, but the breach among the lu south HaiarU tas widened until the 'MaJorttysSociallsts, Iho IndcpeudentSocialists 'ami the Communists are not at all united. The Independent-Socialists of Mu- rry, Mother! pemgve Poisons From Cjttte Stomach, Liver, Give" of Figs" Crpji, or Feverlih. nidi and Nuremterc are aa4tt hope- leasly. In the latter city they are ab- solutely owosed to soviet system tor- the preaent, the former city Bid- ing wttb. the uropouMts of that sys- tea. tat kiylac down 12 ccmiJHIone, inclwliag a dictatorship of tbe prole-, the traiMlng up ot workmen's councils, the socialization of the bu- reaucracy according to the principles' of the workmen's, peasants' and sol- diers' council; the falrodactlon of gen. ;ral labor duty for the bouregoise, :he reconstitution of courts on a re- 'oiutionary basis; the reconstruction. ot the dwellings system; tile aepara- ion of church and state; the Immcdi-! ale' revolutionizing of the system of j school education; the socialization of the tba creation of a Red army alliance1'-with Rajsii and Hun- gary. They'also de.niaikd ute representation of all three- 'parties' n the central, counoU. Tbe council has accented, these con- ditions, so the Independent-Socialists are soviet plan, hut their leader Dr. Lev fen, la still pessi- mistic and still believes that the pres- ent council fails to represent the pro- letariat and (lie fcaaic Idea of the coua- ell has been.strangled." The ..Majority- SooSallsts in south Uavaria have'gone ullerly to pieces and are. wholly at outs willi thoee in north Bavaria. The boaresolsc of both north and south yaria are working with renewed Tig- or to prevent the establishment of the present council system. The original cabinet, containing t-wo Jlajority-SodaijsU, lias altered so as_to eliminate them'and several others' to -whom objectiou -was made, but Its make-up Is still a matter of doubt. nsist on getting the Soap you uk i Xo matter-what ;iili yoir child jenllo, thorough laxalire shwilrt a! ways IJQ tlie first 'trea'.inenl fiiven. II your li'.ttn one is half sick, isn't resting; eali i.; and Acting soe if is coated. This Is a SJTC tliat lire JUtle stomach, thrcr and bowels are clogged Tvlllj" waste.1 Wlini 6ross. Irrh -tuble, stomach aour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, Bore full of cold, give a tea- spoonful of "California Syrup of and In a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and soar bihr gently moves out of the.little bowels without you havij a well, playful cMId atain. Mothcrg can rest easy after giving this harniless "fruit because it nerer falls to cleanse the little one's i liver and. bowels and sweeten th stomach and they rlnarly love Its ant taste. Full direction; for babies, children.of.all ages, and for grown- ups printed on each bottle. lioware of counterfeit fig Ask your dnlg'gist for a bottle of "Cal- ifornia Syrup, of see that it is made by the ,j "California Flu Syrup ALL-RED ROUTE New Bridge Over Elk River Connects Fernie With Lethbridge mmi DoaH Waat People to if Do, Want Them in Colonies (Special to Herald) FERNIE, April fifty-fifty new bridge across the Elk river, which is being built by Contractor Archie McLain for the city of Fernie and the B..C. Is beginning to take shape and'gives i fair Komise of ttelng completed dnnnr the.month ot May, so that the provincial road lead- ing through the Pass, and which forms a part of the link connecting Fernie with Lethbridge will .soon be ready for (he use of'the travelling public. Ever since the departure of the Fairey Creek bridge, u tnfe structure was called, dowa the roaring current of the Elk daring the high water of threo years ago, that portion ot the transcontinental roadway lyfng be- tween the bridge at Fernie and the Juact ion 'of the with the alter- nate route up the east the river, travel has been confined to the side, over a portion of road Intended to be a part' of tbe (rank line. The completion of the Fairey Creek i bridge will be a boon tn the travelling {and toBriflt-IOTtoff public, and will nil only-gap been out of commission for so long1. The" bridge will be several feet lon- ger tLau the old structure, and several feet higher.1 This will be a great im- provement, as it will graatly.improve the .approach at-, the end, where there had been .a-rather sharp curve to get down on to the old bridge. The provincial government has caus- ed a survey to be made of a portion, of the river bottom lands lying along this road between Fairey Creek and Hos- raer, some twenty-five hundred acres uelng plotted Into lots of an average of forty acres by A. Cummings, D.L.S., and if- is proposed to expropriate the laud and throw it open for actual set- tlement nnder the provisions of the new, land laws of the province. These lands Vill be sold upon terms'to en- able actual settlers to make homes for themselves and while doing so, they will be assisted, financially in clear- ing the stumps and in other improvements. Tbe land Is of fine quality, whim brought under cultivation will bi fonnd1 to be very productive. If tats venture proves 7 a Success, there are other tracts which tan be treated in the sane In this valley, there being several thousand acrek within fifteen miles of Fernie which would be productive of crops -hlcli receive ready jale in the local n-aikets- LONDON, April (Canadian dispatch flnt LCMit change In the attitude of the colonial office particularly and the government generally toward emigra- tion from the United Kingdom to the other Dominions Is indicated by Lord Milner in an address he de- livered before the Imperial Institute under the auspices of tbe Colonial Emigration, Society to consider the question of emigration of -women of all to the Dominions, Mllner med the opinion that the govern- ment was bound to give more active help and guidance than hitherto. There was a prejudice in some quar- ters against any government action in the matter and it vras said they had no business to stimulate emigration. It was a complete misapprehension of the position. IL -was not a question ot stimulation at all. He was the last person world to try to drive men'andTroroen from the1 United King- dom and he was convinced there was no need for it. j Lord Milner held it was the ter's duly. to. help those who were seeking in other lands within the Empire; apt that they -wanted them to thej' theinselves wanted tp go. TL'e" government could assist in two One -was to try to direct emigration Into the right channels and th'e other -ras to make arrangern'ents fto as to ensure-emigrants an'arrival in their new fcomes ahould'have thb ibest 'of success, t Regarding-'tfce former, he emphasiz- ed the desirability of Inducing emi- grants to settle within the British Empire BO that they should not be really Josl ttj> Britain ancl could help build up a great Empire overseas. Apart from sentimental reasons, BrI- .tain had the'greatest possible interest In building up'the Dominions. To put it on the lowest ground, the overseas Dominions were Britain's best cus- tomers In peace lime and the experi- ence of the last four or five years has shown that her'trustees In the time of danger. ERROflS IN STATEMENT COPENHAGEN, -April slate- ment.by Field Marshal von mndenburg; on the article written by'Coiint 'SchW- enburg, circnteted by the semi-official Wolff Bureau of Berlin, says thai 'the article contains material and inaccuracies regarding views and 'of the persons concerned. POLICEBILLGEIS SE( Opposition Rags Attorney Gen Premier To Administer Force BE THRIFTY! Have Them Cleaned and Wear Them Another Season You'll be surprised at the extra service your clothes can give! Going to discard that suit? Don't! Going to put that dress among your old clothes? Don't! We can give you months of extra service. Send the clothes here. We'll repair them perfectly, press them and clean them, make them look fresh and dye them to change their appearance entirely. Dis- carding apparel that's still serviceable is like leav- ing undissolv'ed sugar in the bottom of your cup! It's waste! If you want a well made suit or costume we can. sell you the goods and make it. We have some of the best woolen, obtainable and make men's and women's garments to your measure on the prem- ises. Wi can make you a garment good as you can obtain in the country and you will find oUr prices We will help you to economize. Our advanced dry cleaning methods will make your last .year's, ward; robe serviceable for another season's'wear, and at the same time make it unnecessary (or you to pay the terrific prices demanded lor new (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON, April No. 35, the now police bill abolishing tbe pro- police commission And placing the provincial polfce under the contro' of the attorney general "or such other iluUter" as shall be appointed by thi proroked Scree debate in the house Tuesday night when it was brought forward to Jle reading. Glren ihetr cue 17 George Koidtay, leader of the op- position, member after tmember on Lhat side arose and demanded that the administration of ttie force be placet under the control of premier in stead of the attorner-general, Hon. J R. Boyle. The debate wound up when the exasperated attorney general back with a bitter denunciation of hi: critics accusing them of incooilsteac: and Insincerity. Mrs. L. C. McKinnsr, Claresholm eipmsed regret tba tbe gorernment had fit to abollsl the Independent Police Commlssio: Plan without glThig ft a further tria She waned the attorney general so' inly that he be watched an closely watched by the people and close accounting demanded of him fo the administration of tbe act aurin the coaling year. A still more heated debate Is antic pated when the bill cornea before th house in committee of the whole. H. Our City Dyeing Cleaning Works 411 FIFTH STREET SOUTH F-HOMt 444 RRSIBALLGAME Grade X DM Diiarfrous Things to of School ud Woagtol Ortule X. of High school pllte againal the rest 'of the rtrst of tbe'sen9on on Sofchiy, nx) prade Morrison on the mownd' dH dlmstroi ngs lo the other The sco WM S to I, hi fire innings In Gnd JTt furor. Only 17 men faced fliajcr iri the lite atanzaj. The team as follows: Mr. Dobson 1st b., Tu cotte rf., AHIecn Morrison p., Mn corHch If.. Nichols Oreen 2b c.', Kiny ss. Rejt of W. rt., (rlM> If., Seltzer cf., McCIa Johnson 9b., Vowng f., Marrs 1 Oride X1. Oil 010 game will bs' played, soon TOASTED RN FLAKES YOU PROTECT YOURSELF WHEN YOU DEMAND Tkis package has been oit the market over 12 years and is in greater demand to-day than erer. TOASTED CORN FLAKES IN THE ORIGINAL RED, WHITE AND GREEN PACKAGE Imitation is the sincerest foim of flattery. Our product imitated but- not all substituted imitations. Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes are only made in Canada by THE BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY LIMITED Head Office and Plant: LONDON, ONT. anadian Soldier Tells How His Pdpalar Songs Brought Him Nothing OTTAWA, April senate mmittee on the copyright bill hoard first hand yesterday Lhe'stpry of a anadian who had been discriminated because o! the inadequacy of e present Canadian law. Llent. Gitz Rice, of the fifth field tlHery, said he went to France with ic first contingent, wrote songs in le trenches, was wounded and was ent to. the United Slates with the ritiah recruiting mission. His songs ecame popular all over, the liJ.were recorded on musical records. If he had been a citizen of the Unit- el Stales, or-of Great Britain, or Aua- a, France or even ooJd have collected royalties on these ecords, but because he was a Canad- he.could collect none, .The new ill would protect him. and all Can- adlaax, authors and composers, Duncan Campbell Scott, the-poet, id Gordon .Thompson, president of he and Poets' Association, also pointed out how authors would benefit by tbe bill. Various interests were' represented nd heard by the committee, including Toronto printers, who insertion ,ot a manufac- urbig clause, and also representatives f the phonograph St., and George 'Methodist barcb.es, Brochviile, will unite. POLICE COMMISSIONER HAD LIQUOR; IS FINED NOR.TH VANCOUVEIl, if. B, Martinson, .North" Vancouver police found guilty last week of having.liquor IllegallyJin his 'sessiqh olfico, was this morn- ins fined! JJO or in'oefauit 30'days'im- prisonment COL, CURRIE HEADS COMMITTEE April the first meeting of the Jqiht cp'mniHtce of lha commons-ani; the. fenato on printing this. mprnlfig, A. elected chairman and HaK- Eai, vice-chairman, TO ACCEPT "ONE! SF VANCOUVER, April Ihe casting vote of Mayor-Gale a motion calling for the acceptance by the cily of tbe granted by the Domin- ion the construction of houses ia the city was passed at the meeting of the city council last even- .ing. Get Rid of Airett many people ore onry hall alive. Are you one oi OMrfn? that' down-and-out, wtiarVthe-use teding fer the strengtii I 'of better Health, nerve keea for your .Canada's .most eminent nundreds of thousands from that semi-insane state, melancholia. CHAMBERLAIN MEDICINE CO., TORQfrTO CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS and LUMBER BUILDERS' SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Head Office awl Distributing Yard, Cor. 3rd Are. and 17th St, Letkbridge Branch Mackod, ttaUale, dun and Barnwel At poarti we kaMDe FetKing Material, Hardware and Fara Consult Us Regard- ing Prices. Plans etc. 189, or PDOM 516, Letkbridge ;