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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT rim i.KTiwmnc.K DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 10, J! MUNICH sere- ''The decision arrived at for Bivaru I German formation of council ot the; as to be manifest la tlie j republic ot revolutionary workers atw FRENCH PR eminent and ihe resumption ot "brotierly coimeciloa" wllli llio TCus- and Hungarian peoples is au- in '.he proclamation ot tht gaverunient for Ba peasants of Bsvarii IncluilioE >11 our broiherj, row united, separated by no jiarty From now 03 no fciploi- ittion or opprfMkm will be The dktuorship of the proletariat has Tho legislation ot ivaria now become a tact, 1 world i genuine, Social'.itii live the world j a. genuine, Sociallitic comrairally rerorutiou." the proclamation conduct Tbe lest ot the document reads: now achieved in which working man may participate in public The has and tile old tainhrtry retired. Peoples corunilssarlei. responsible to tlie peo- and chMon a' council of the staple, will receive extraor- dinary ivjwers to tie employed in car- tain labor fields. Their assistants will be inen from- all parts of the SociaJfcUc com- munliy. valuable forces o! middle official One Thousand Employees 10 in th. fet Refuse Cpncil- iation Hoard Award especially from tie will be ie new work. j The bureaucratic system will foe. abw- liutely ellinlnated 'and the .preie will socialised. "Ai a protection for tie Bavarian -MONTREAL. April rendered coJsy by the board of council of the republic- against rerc- lutioniiry aiiacks from without, and in John Pullen. OF CONFERENCE Wrutt it Mystery Surrounding "Bit Four" Kubtic Would Like to Know C.P1W1MK OTTAWA. s.-Tuesdiy. April 2J, hai by tbo railvray commute of comuons a fleW ciy for the cottsidoratlcm ot the Can- adian Pacific tUtlwcy bills. Col. A. T. be fere 7 kna st 3150; 1 Bay. J! are, 8 j-eari, weighing 1 TTweighiV UOO; 1 Baj- Horse, 7, weighing 1400; I Dlack Mare. 7, weighing 1600; 'J, two-year-old Wa- gon; I Drag l-'Eugine Disc; 1 Engine Plow, 3 bottoms. artichs too numerous to mention. TERMS OF Amounts ot 510.00 anil under cash. On amounts ovcr'ttjia, time will be giTen till Nt, 1919, ou ap- proved bankable' paper int_nrest at 0. J. McSWAIN, Cltrk. P. E. LA VALLEY, Auctioneer. PHONE 1809', LETHSRIDGE. Knights of Pythias ATTENTION! 0F. THE DRAMATIC ORDER KNIGKTS OF KHORASSAN Will Be Held in Castle Hall, 5ih Streel Sobtli HARP AT 8.00 O'CLOCK 'Omar Kh'avj-am.Temple. No. Ill, will put on the work. outlit tojie a guarantee that, yon will Ije (here. D.O.K.K. memfcm b_e on Urn? with Fez and Tyros. ROiT. BARROWMAHj Rcyal .Vizier. ALLAN RITCMIt, 11. NOTICE THE BEST OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON AUCTION SALE MONDAY, APRIL 14th HAV1NS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE NOBLE FOUN- DATION, LTD., I win. OFFER FOR SALE'BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT. THE MARftUIS BARN, 1 MILE NORTH OF. NOBLEFORD, COMMENCING AT 12.30 P.M., THE FOLLOWING: head of larje juutf and mares, .weighing (rom 1K1 lo 1600 horses are all in good condition and. ready for hard vrorlt. Some ot them harin been at wofit dunng the Ther ot 3 of 3-year-old, and mosl ot the bJlanca rjnje.from lo yean oW. choice Bhbrthorn cows and heifsri. Mosl of j is Itli calves el side. 20 sowl yearllnj Shorttiorn heifers, 1 Shortkorn hull, lood S-j-ttroK. our famoS! 1J-J4 Sampssn Grip Tract- ors. These were carried by ue In stoclc In pail year and were simply used two momits in Ike hiirry-up leasou. making them aecoiKl'Daad. They'haTt been gone over by a thorough mediate during the winter and art in a cotiditEon. Toeio are Hie beat 12-J4 we hare erer will alio tell one 12-2t 4J1 C. P. R. Tlmi. FREE LUSCH will at 12.00 o'clock. THE NOBLE FOUNDATION LTD., OWNERS R. A. JOHNSON AUCTIONEER A wWat