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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT WIIES AFRAID THE LKTMBWIX1E DAILY IIKKAU; the Avril !1. not Uo jnajoriiy luatm or in vail t-xisi inueh longer." said Dr. William Muoh- len. tlie tenner Knipi> li-rtH-iur. to ilie Associated Pri 55 Today, "The ivasmi is iha: ibe So..-- jiarties whioli vcntU tucils in 1M4 are too closely anachcd to tlie imperialist pai'.Ormrin an-! junker re- awl are abroad." On ;lm question t.f ihe (-.recent sitioii ami ilie ininro of the tonne r Herman empei-c-r. Dr. MuehU-a would bo uir t'or us for the allies iu Jiteji [lie former thau to return him to us, because ,-houlii not know what to do- uith liiui, Asv cU noi desire hit return lo (JCM- al Conference Apr. iiAftsociaied j t'Asinu concern is here; :tie disturbances in (.icrniaty, es- iaUy as :hey this coil- of (He soy- f bocauso, is bvlicvcJ iu 1 e i.irclfs at ieas-i, lUat u conliu- j co u( tlie goverument is raMo in of iho asso- oii govertiineals ;u> o( Gev- mm ECZEMA mum A Perfect TratMit Firms w Is thai if Ibe An authoritativ foalitioii 'is overthrown, ii is almost vcr iftiu-io DO succeeded by a re- from -Ajsk-b lUile iit the line of resjxjiuibility and solvciK-y lor iho or reyaralioii lueots i-an bo exptn-ted. KoLUtziiig the need of accurate and Jrcti InfornialJoii from Oormauy it lu-.s been decided to send a new mis- ion to Hnrlin 10 study wud report on and The i-iamuiLssiou will Paris OL Oxr. "I had ai ituck or Wcepirtj KCMBI; so bid that my clothe) would be wet through at titurs. For four I suffered terribly. I could jet iio relief until I tried M-'ruit-i-titei aud 'Soo'.ha SaTvt' The first treatment gave as nftef. AKoif-tner, I lute used boies ot" 'Scotia SsliV md IKO of 'Fruit- H'tives', and am eiitirelyutll" G. HALL. Both thFse sterling remedies told "try deiters at i box, 6 for or lent on receipt of price by i'ruit.a-tives Limited, Otlaira. "Fruit-a-1ivcs" is also put up sire which sells for 25c. 10 EGYPI REBELS I'll (Ibis city m some near future i Thanking you very kindly, Yours B, K. iu orgy of uutu s1 cars iu.the course of i ItriUsh boxing promote mi otter of twenty thousand pourite to lliave the loul slaged jiu Kufc'bnd, o-j The c-iid of the war iho return .mllttuk Indulged i ot many soldiers io tho pivvhu-e has Unit- of Mu decrease In the rates of farm wigcr. as a uiomh MONDAY. APRSL 14, my ottered at Moose Jan- ami there are over IQfl unfilled on 3joDks of the goverameut labor .office. Over two iiumiici oT the TeturnA.i FoIOIcrs ol Kenum and Keowttia wpr? the gu35ta of the mayor, council ami citlxecs ot Keuom on April 1. Nationalist leaders Were'Ke-I. teasel and Immediately Be- Demonslraticms ff WEEKLY HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS April a vote of 40 tor and 25 agiilust the Calgary Trades and l.afcor Council put ibeirj- selves on tet-erd a? being in favor ot the One Big Vnioti. Loud and iirolong- ert cheering greeted the an noun cement, j which conducted a strenuous debate t thai insteti nearly three hours, iu Tvhu'h most of the best known speak- ers in the labor world in Calgary look THEOWAOIAN SALT co. UMITCO Thirty s. submarine chasers hare left for Gibraltar. The guest will knew that you ap- preciate her call she sees the fcox of Moir's Chocolates, The name "MoirV is known to stand for the highest achievement in chocolate coat- ings and distinctive fillings. ,M Moir's Limited, Halifax WATSON, CAMPBELL SMITH, LIMITED, CALGARY ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVES Ai Refreshing Shampoo An Ivory Soap .shampoo is a distinct pleasure. The .soft, s'mooth, delightful lather quickly covers the head, absorbing thc'dirl .of scalp and hair. Rinsing leaves the hair fluffy and soft and tlic scalp pleasingly inviyorated- Being pure and mild, Ivory Soap does not dry out the scalp's_ oily secretion as some soaps do, depriving the hair of nutrition and causing it to become brittle. A regular shampoo with Ivory promotes healthy hair, IVORY SOAP 99m PURE Itaetin U gamimn, Rapid IX. and XC. li Ahrens ICC, G. Fitzptttrk-k 100. A. Ingram 100. Krache 100. E. Pear- son 100. N. MacLeod 90. M. Smith 95, B. Jones yii. L. Knapman 9S. L. Good- man 95, A. Davis SS. 31. Horn 96, TV. Stonely A. McVein 92, N. Geiger 50, S. Kunz L. Parker S4, U Ben- jneit SO, G. llosaine 7S. T. Allen 7S, !H. Gowin T. Kessler 73, Iv. Back- us 70, O. Bennott 68. G. Dawsou 66, J. liixby SI, Ig. Poinstcin 60..T. Chris- lie is. Average Soft. Compotitldn, IX. A. Lily llic'.s 90, Alberta Hufner S7, j Naomi Grant .Mary Cheney S4, Al- j ]an Hamilton Laughren S3, i Jones SO. Jamie Denoon Mc- Kiuley Bateman 79, Thelma Nobles 75. Carl Prosser Jip, Albert llagell 71, Muriel Hyssop 70; Eugenft Farrow 70. Beth Fairfield 70, Robert Kergau GJ, Thomas Andrew 64. Anita Crawford 59, Arthur Ahrena Henderson 51, L. Hill 47. Class average 73. Art IX. B. K. Kemm 7o, D. Vrsenbach 73, G. McMaken 70. M. Wardman 60, R. .Mc- Queen SS, C. Ursenbach 57, C. Viney 57, B. Olander 54, D. Seltzer 54, J. Morrissey 53, B. Nolan 53, J. Mcllvcna 52, Scott oi', V. Glannvlllo 51, C. 51, J. McXulty 50. B. Sel- lens 49, M. Jarrett 49, 11. Reid 45, P. Taylor 4S, H. Hanaard K, L-. Tiller 45, J. Johnson 45, M. Scott 40. A. Lillle 40. M. Tompkins 3P, G. McClain 3S. Average 52. French IX. A. X. Grant S9, V. Daniel SO, Jr. Chee- ney A. 71, U Hill 73. B. Farrow 71, E. Jones 09, P. Hatch Ol', A. Hufner A. Ahrens 53, T. Nobles X. 31. Hysjop -W. Henderson 51, P. Laugblin 47, J. Denooa 45. 31. Bate- j man 39, T. Andrew 35, R. Crabb S5, L. 33. A. Crawlord 30, A. ilton 2'. Average 5S. Frtneh Grammar IX. B. V. Giauville S3, B. Olander SO. C. SandquUt SO. C. Viiwy 7S, J. Jlcllvena 7S, B. Xolan 78. K. Sellens 77, 55, Ward, man 74, A. Little 67, J. Johnson 67. G. .McMaken Co, M. TomriMns 6S. D. Whlt- aker 55, J. Morrissey 31. P. Taylor 53. M. Reid Urseiibach H. Kemm 50, D. Seltzer 43, It. Kannard 45, M. Scott 46, n. JicQueen 43. Tiller 41r G. .McCIaill 40, 1. McXtllty L. Scott j 30. Avc-raga Erg. Composition, Grade X. 01. psthmd L. Dunham 90, 31. (Bowman 54, M. Sherlock 94, S. Tur- icofie 'Jt, .1. iluscotvicii 93. D. Sand- 93, P. Blunt 91, B. BaWerson 90. H. Galbraith 60, J. Van Haarlem 8S, L. Tilonis SS, G. Wyraan 88, B. Wise- gurver 87. A. Davidson S7, A. Aitkin 85, JI. Flinn S3, C. Nelson S5, 6. In- gram St. E. Olander S4, Sywonds 54. G. Morrison Simpson T. i Bickell S2, A. Green S2. 11. McDonald S2. R. Cress J. Thompson 79, B. Dickout 75, R. Nichols 79, V. Gray 78, B. Klnp 77, E. Anderson 77. S. Ha'r- greaves 74, D. JlcLcod 71', W. Grant C5, G. 1-ithrop. 65, C. Sang 05. Average S3. Composition Essay, Grade XI. V.. Hamilton M, D. Smith 90, In- gram 00. H. Church 90. n. Knowlden 55, Dtlay S7. Dunsworth S6, B. Cliurch 80, B. Davis 85, 85, B. Endersby SO, W. Rldpath SO. J. Jtarrs SO, B. Kippen Vi, E. Bullock 78, 78. C. JlcEachern 7S, V. i Holman 76, M. Perry 76. 175. 11. Johnson 74, K. RoyuG L, 1 Priestly 72, B. Eaakervllle 72, G. Voiing 70, 31. Hardlc 68, U 1'arry C5, [J. Crabb 40. Average SO. Agriculture, Gradt XI. I.-. Insram 9n, B, Church 91, E. Day- ;is 89, II. Church p. Smith 84, Z. Dunswortli 77. J. Crabb 73, C. McEach- i ern Hamilton 6'J, n. Johnson 09, Parij- (S. 3. Jlarrj C4, M. Belay i ferry (JO, L', Kippsn 3. Denooir I 58. 58, V. Holman 57, Y.. Hallock K, 0. I'eiluzzi M. M. Hardlc 54. R. Knowldrn B. Hnderbr 55, K. Roycc 51, 0. Voting 49. Average 67. Latin Grammar XII. M. Gillies 86. V. Bennett 78. liar- Iriie 'it, W. Hyssop 71. K. Kon-Ier 72, j A. Fair'ieli 70, Fetter.45. Average Gride XII. CcmpoiillDn I J. Hickell S9, A. Hardla 88, li. Kel- ler S8, If. Glass S7, E. Fowler SO, M. OIIIIss 86, V. Bennett 83. Sloan 82, M. -Moore Si, A. Fail-Held 82, JI. Mae- !Donald W. SO, Average 81.1. fCAIRO. April tiiaf 1h? prodamaiion ot General Allouby, the- conunander-in-chiel releas- ing tho Egyptian nationalist would lead to a restoration of normal conditions hero was dissipated flay when who took a holiday of two days to celebrate the e-Tcm, became aggressive, with the result that troops were called out and several persons killed. Too atmosphere was electric when the demonstrations began early iu llifc day. At first they ivore orderly. but they soon give way to disorder. A cherutst shop in Opera Square was J destroyed by the crowd auil an Ar- iiueniau killed. Soldiers vrere broutftt np and ihcy i tlie crowd. Disorderly crowds galher- j oil at other places and firing could be- heard at intervals. Tbo shops j were again closed, j 1 o'clock in Hie afternoon a I crowd attempted to barricade tho ap- proaches to [he Abdtu square, in the centre oi the city. Considerable fjr- ing was heard from that direction, in- cluding a few machine gun bursts. Order was finally restored when mounted patrols took command of the streets. For a few hours thereafter, quic-tuess reigned throughout the city but alter six o'clock the shops re- opened and the streets resumed an appearance o[ animation. The (uaeral today of four Moslems killed in yesterday's disturbances -was made the occasion of a political de- monstration, A processltra ot several thousand Egjptjans followed the cor-j le-ge. uttering loud and frequent cries of "God restore the of Turkey; down with tyranny." PARIS. April hundred members of the French chamber or deputies have signed a. manifesto .serting themselves in favor of the res- olution signed Thursday by tho mem- bers the senate in vvhich hope was expressed that full restitution would he exacted from the enemy and that the full cost of the war would be im- posed "on those responsible for the greatest crime of history." (The reso- lution said that soldiers insisted that the peace treaty and the It-ague of nations provide legal and territorial guarantees oE sufficient strength to prevent future war. This is laken by many in- cluding r'rencli newspapers, as anoth- er sign ot the growing discontent with the peace conference and its work. The French press also is apparently discontented over the results of llio last two meetings of the league ot nat- ions commission. "Pertinax" writing in the Echo de Paris, warns the council oi four that the parliaments in London, Paris and Washington, not to speak of others, will not accept a peace treaty blind- folded." The writer adds: "Tho preliminaries are being elab- orated in secrecy. The council of 10 decided lo make the league ot nations the keystone of their work, but at the latest meeting of toe league commis- sion, as before, all amendments likely to stive it bocej, muscle and nerves, notahly those oft'cred by the .French, found no mercy from those great doc- trinarians President Wilson and Lord llobert Cecil." People's Forum KOREAN REBELLION IS SPREAOINO OUT TOKIO, April uprising in Korea la increasing and threatens to engtilr ihv niioly peninsula, aays EUI I official statement from the Japanese trorernraent today. Tlitfo have been scrioua riots in the last three days (n .hundreds! of places. A number ot po- tllcerawi liavii liccn Wllctl anil several al.itlnrjs ,im) past offices do- Communications under tbli must bear (ho ct writer a. T-ethhridee, Apri! 13, 1319. VALUE OF GOOD ROADS I-ellibrWRo Dailf HeraM: 'Dear your kind -ion may I fco allowed to use my pen for those 'jtiom I rr.ay have the good fortune to interest In the matter. T see in the local paper ot April 3rd. art article regarding n convention held at Jllairittore, our mayor antTsome other gcntloraen were representatives, regarding goori roads. I, Mr. Kdilor, thai vrouH no one o! the neat things that tiija country over got for n business snO advertisement proposi- tion. I am just returning (o this country from a five months' trip through the Stains, and every city JrfblfeJ has got gfxxl, linrtl, surface roads, running tor of miles, aiiU H fa wonderful lo see the numier of autos on these of them from all parts of tho country. I happened fa te in a small iwn outside Portland-. Ore., a place failed Oregon City, and I thousands of cars going coming from California, some from the slate New Idaho, and osain on :he Columbia highway oul from people camo from all over, Just :or a trip oil this ful road. Nov.- suppoie so'me ?8livcted in Heckles be adopted, It could he made Into nlte sort of summer resort, and a (torn! hnrd surfnre road Lcihirldge lo II fmilt, it v.oni'l nnJan a Jci'l ior Can you think of anything more tempting than.a dainty white Chiclet, fragrant candy- coating of peppermint? Try one can't scrunching; it between your, teeth just to enjoy the full flavor that appeals to' young and old alike. FLAVOR isn't just for It pleases you. of course, but it aids diges- tion also. And lends an elusive and dainty fragrance to the breath that appeals to every sense of refinement. Crush a Chiclet- and'tempt your senses with its delicate appeal. t everyvvhefc. Next time you see Chiclets displayed, leave a nickel and get tea Chiclets. IMADIJ IN CANADA Adams product, particularly prepared A ickts 'Canadian Chewing Gum Co., tiraitc'd, Toronto, Vancouver ;