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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AP1UL 21, 1919 THE LETHBR1DGK DAILY HERALD PACK NINR WHLWHOUT PIMFORPEACE to eoMBUBlata in Vfeuu, de- claim ttet mtimte their will about the total rata Awtra ant rrotMMr'cut off Cha to ,aay noUlac; Canada to and upon some scheme of re- for -the Canadlaa "puce" militia, which iciwne will link up pre-war war reeordi ot mllltta imlU afeMir It was an- iiouoced today, at mllltla hwulqaar- tert. 'cdniiiilaakiir will comprix William Dillon Ot- ter. K.C.D., C.V.O.; Si Arch. Masponald, K.C.B., C.M.O., D.8.0.', oftlCCT ''COBmUtilllK 1st Mmlon; Al.iaad.r tke kittorical Cwudtai mllltla .Brit.-Cen. Andrew D.S.O., Canadian corps. .It it Uiat the commli 1S11K APPLYFIUIND mm vil! ha'ra yowcra and that U-nlll to Had Borne procrani of mnttaiy wtlch will Canadian ml IHIa Canadian pre trar mUttta nUU and, the (aae ualta ta.tfee preMBt war flaie Out el 4225, Orer 1300 Want All roved OTTAWA. April A large face of tbe1 returned soldiers who have applied for the ol the sold Icrc' EettUment act tbe provinces have found to foallJTy Lo engage ta farming at once figures out today by Btock, chliroaa of the board, that from Feb. 10 to April 19, since the new loan prorisions came into el feet, TCterftOE hare been ed by the agricultural qualification committees 'of British Columbia, Al I berta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Quite terge number were tourul Hungarian AfHalor Arrested in VieBU Blasted 55. Gold Cigarette Cues have. t agricultural ex perlence to warrant committees i placing oa the. lain HOW 10 KID OF RHEUMATISM fnfci-lira" Point fte Waj VEKOSA, ONT. "I suffered for a number of years with KAeutnatism and ifj'frf Mains in my Side and caused ty strains and heavy lilLtag. I hud givta up hope of ever well again, a friend recom- mcflided to me and after using the first bojc I felt so mud. belter tiut I continued to UVe and now 1 am the best of health, thanks to your wonderful fruit W. M. LAMPSOX. "Fruit-4-tivea" are sold by all Men at a box; C for trial sire sent postpaid by -tires UmiWd. Ottawa. SYDNEY, N.S., April. of a general strike in Nova Scotia, unless ihe government pauses thf eight-hour dftj- legislation before July l, were em- bodied in a resolution unanimously pa s s ed by th o i ab'j r UK- u uT Cap o ;ton. in a big meeting held here Sunday afternoon, It was slated lhat the resolution to facilitate the consid' cratioa of .the bill, which it was claim- ed'should have been deposed o! fn March last. A ccmtniUee consisting of. C..C. Micrljael liarnfc's and J.4A. liullis was appointed to go to Halifax to urge the necessity of Hie eight-hour day upon the local house. TRAIN DERAILED NO ONE INJURED MON'CTOX. X. B- April WILLYS EMPLOYEES GET PROFIT SPLIT TOLEDO, Ohio, April More Ikan Overland company employees today received in cheques in tbe company's first distribution of the fronts under the fitly-fifty profit sharing plan announced last January. profit sharing is limited to employees who Jiave been six months in continuous service. i breeding in Canada, but ihe anti-rae- jing elements in the Dominion assert' jlliat more consideration had been gir- __. iCn to the betting and racing end of the 1 [business thau to breeding, Thts situation would to met, it is said, if the government undertakes to see if a portion of Ihe profits made out of the racing in tie future- Is set apart or the encouragement of breeding. Whether it Will Again Be A1- lowed in Canada Depends on OTTAWA. April is likely her four, Maritime Express from Mon- tual one of t'ue meiters t'0 discussed PARIS. April claims to recognition as an independent na- tionality arc torJh by the dele trea] to Halifax, was derailed on the Intercolonial Hallway at KeuL Junc- tion, near Munclon, tins morning. Eight card left, the track. No one was injured. Traffic will ue delayed some hours. Thrift Drive Booths Mrs. G. Koljicson, head the Local Council of Women has beeii gates of the Tyrole national council very active in helping to arrange for in Switzerland, Walter Lutzel ami- manning the bootlis for the thrift and they '.iriUapend one year at' work, Dr. Otto Gulggenberg, in a lengthy r drive, and in addition to the Looth (o on by era who 'are. jinterested in rettmied soldiers. LisU of such approved far- postad in the'provincial-of- of tbe settlement board. The figures of applications approv- ed for the four prorlnces are: British Columbia. 631; Alberta. 1.361; Sukatcbewan, Mani- toba, i- memorial. The hardy mountaineers of looked hy the I. O. E., -Amonr the Hun i under arrest in Vien Bdfrarf SiVtner, a Red Guard officer, In hto rooms m leading hotel the police fotmd more than as a large quantHT of women's and rind end 55 void djkretU cuw. Tee jew- elry and moflMir la to hare1 come from where Guards reqalsklooed aad prop- erty. ;t foctrred'that the AnatrUn COTernmenl requested wfl Hun- fpwninwrt. to withdraw its mlnUUr .Bete Kan, the Him firlao foteiCB mUaMer, In a telvcnai to the: Awtrlaa goteniment liiat he aided; hi e tart log tbe Iroable I li in, reeorta receired frera from BodtpeM tbat the wak- niantat there h dliap- painied.OTeftJrt rtwH Tj-roiean complain that Italy there will be one in charge of Ihe lied wauts to swallow up iheir country, Crosa end another in charge of the which was part of former C. T. U. Arrange men Is have also trfan empire, and furnished the for-j been made for a booth in the Hudson's mer Emperor Charles vri-h otie Bay Co. store to be in charge of Mrs. bere ami U alin canM.jOf ot French and Jlumaafozi trodpa in TnnsylTania. It Is said that certain members of the Bndapeat qoVLiit hare In readintii fof the situa- tion becomes for them. The Austrian la an ap- crack regiments, the Tyrote.se sharp-. shooters. I Speaking; as (hey claim, for ECV- eral hundred thousand German Tyro" _ the d-alegatus contend that the loss of southern Tyrole; otherwise RUSSIAN SOLUTION as the Trentino, including part of Ihe German which is WASHINGTON, April claimed by Italy, will be the tleatti F. E. Sriooner's Dig Sisters Class of Knos church. Russian embassy here, maJe pub- lic today the outline'of tbe plan presented to the conference by Roaaiaa at Ptrla to solre the Ruwlan prob It aaks recpcvltlon, ae de facto of all national avthorities an br democratic idvali aad enjor tke of pending the Mlting up ot a federation ot Russian blow to their economic independence and that by its enforced incorpora- tion with Italy 'Alsace-Lor- raine" will be'created. at the next, general Unionist caucus which will be behl on Wednesday or Thursday of this week is the question of the revival of track racing in Can- ada, suspended during the war. Many representations have been made to the government in regard to the mat- ter and before action is taken by the cabinet in" respect io the order-in-coun- cil prohibiting betting now !n force, the ministers will ascertain the views of Ihft government in the commons Jt is suggested that when racing is re- vived and arrangement should be made whereby a portion of the re- ceipts should be taken -by the govern- ment and devoted to the encourage- ment of horse breeding. It always has beep urged on behalt of the riSring in- terests that the of SIMLA. India. Monday, April 14- A mcT> at Amrisiar has made .another violent attack against the authorities The ri-bels were repulsed by the mtH tary with a loss of 200. Order was restored at Altmedabad, after 200 casualties hid been inflict- ed on the rioters and the telegraph and collector's offices burned. The strike at Delhi continued TOKIO, April Jis- patches from Pyeng Yang, Korea, where the Rev, Ely M. Mowry. of Mansfield, Ohio, a Presbyterian rpis- stoxurv. Is on trial charged with rolttlng Koreans to use his premises for printing propaganda In connection with tbe Korean independence more- cue nt, saye; (bat the has asked that a sentence of eix months ba imposed. Judgment will be ed later. Attacked Mob TOKIO. April dis- patches from Korea lhat mem- bers of the Christian mission at Teigonari, near Seoul, clashed with gendarmes during a riot there, the'of- liricg upon the mob, killing 20 and wounding many of those engaged In ilm demonstration. racing would be detrimental lo horse been killed. FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED? PARIS, April uncoiltlrmeil report was current ia Paris tonight that Jules Vcdrlnes, the French avia- tor who started from Villa Coublay 'for Rome this morning, ahd been killed in the fall of his alrulaoe in the de- partment of Vendome, south of Lyons. His machinist was also, said to hare THE WIRE-TAPPfNG CASE BtfKFALO. X.Y., April Ecrement, of Montreal, a'former aieoi- ber of tliR Canadian parltamtljt, Was brought here from.New York" today. to answer a charge of grand" larcency for'the'alleged theft of from Michael Connelly, also of Montreal, through an alleged ffike wlre-JApping ganifc'. .The court granted an adjourn-. ment until April 29, and Ecrement was released oa ball." 1 SMAWi SEVASTOPOL HAS 4 WOT .FALLEN f PARIS, April (Havaa.) aaral Sftbajtopoi, m tfie Crlaeftt has not occupied br Hawiaa toTlet to a to Joureal fee dal- wi Sunday, at Mr.GARFIELD DEAN REPRESENTATIVE OF THI 1 YOBK) WILL IE AT THE Alexandra Hotel APRIL 21st to 25th Mr. will to'pleasnl to mmt ill old as well as ugroit InlereUM In Ibe Instltatt'i CMTM Service KUDDBRSFIELU; England .April Snowden, former Liberal and member ol parliament; 'a address today .at the annual icnferenca of ,the IndepeacEent-Lnbor wrty, said that the peace terms, to be submitted to Germ MI y were not terms and would not .end thd war. "The he continued be a war of systems and clas in which the democracies of all nations will be ranged on one side and againkt tbe hereditary oppressors and exploiters. are not a party of Thence. An intelligent, and tin' selfish democracy need not in a coun try like ours resort to methods ol violence Its aim. If rcvohi tion does come in Great Britain, i w.ill conic in'that way." At the conclusion of Mr. Snowden's address, the delegates sang the song of the Socialist Internationale adopted a resolution proposed.oy Mrs Snowden, demanding the immccttal raising of the German blockade ant the removal of embargoes on ii with neutral countries, Mrs. Snow den declared that starvation of wo men and children was ihe cause o terrorism which WAS cailed vism. U.S.LOANSMS s.____ YORK. April lo.ln subscriptions slartetl with a rush n the second federal reserve district on opening day. Pledges up lo noon In Neiv York City alone wens anproxtmlllely J The quo- a o( the embracing York' state, a section, of norlhcrrt New Jersey Falrtielll in 'Jonneetlcut, is The Irvine National Bank, the ir- Tine Tnfel-compHty, subscrllicd MO.OOO tor themselves anil clients. The'United States Steel Corporation pledged 4 GRAND CONCERT VOICES Wul be held k> KNOX CHURCH WEDNESDAY, 23rd April _ P. M.. for (if rlefriyfiin M ike of Musical which to May; General Cents GERMAN MINERS OUST BERLIN, April advantage of the new prerogative! given them7 tHe minen Sllegia have de- cided to half a dozen man. igert and dlrtctora from officet at of the largest mines. Among thaw dtpoted l< Herr Vogt, ant of Germany'! wtalthlot men, di- rector of Prince von Deitntnmark'i properties PLtAStOOVEH KEEPING BUXTON .CAPETOWN, April prolongation ot Lord liunlon'! term of office as governor-general o the Union of South Africa nnlil Jnne has caused vrldespreail and cere grntlnontior throughout the Un Ion and protectorates'And many 1Mb ulej paid Ihrntigiiniil Vie ronnlrj :to .enmincncc of his excellency' to'the broad vlewrt Ills fnteresl In the wel fa'rt o{ tlie rsOl'4 In llm-s of umuua Make it strong.' The garage man .cannot evade your demand for Genuine Ford Parts.r; v- ;-J_ He. farcies that only genuine parts will-give you satisfactory service., If he wants-to give you real Ford service; If he will i agree, to; play fair with Ford Owners; He can get a complete stock of Genuine Ford Parts, Nothing 'has caused Ford Owners more trouble, annoying breakdowns and expense than the use of "spurious" or imitation repair parts. they are not made up to the Ford standard. They weaken the car. They often injure other parts of the car. The owner of a Ford could not be expected to accept repairs made with such inferior parts. And there is now no need to accept them; repair man Genuine Ford Ptita are on everywhere. line merch- andise stocked by reliable automobile and repair in every locality. Nearly repair in Canada are equipped to replace any part of your Ford promptly with a Genuine Ford Part If your repair man will not supply you, there is, a garage around Ihe corner displaying the Ford sign. That means a nrage pledged 'to fur play with FonTownen To stand out for! fab- service is the surest way for the Ford owner to get Look for tbeFbrd Serviee Sijfift Genuine Parts For Sale Here FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, TO1D, OMTAXIO DEMAND arts ;