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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. -JCIA' 28, PAGE YIEN.VA; July Hungarian avid troops'have been thrown bicK In disorder across the Thciss river by the Hunianlani at and other Volute, according to reports received here tods.y. On July 34 the Hungarian advance declared by the Rumanians la hnvo been Biopyeil by their artillery (Ire, but Hunger lair reyorle claimed their Irwjps wer? meeting wlih suc- cess. Beta Run Lacks Money PARIS, July or Lbe linn- rorlaii MY let jot eminent at Budapest said to 4tout to abandon eui'- port of Kuiiy tbo bead ot the com- iflunLit iQTsnunent there.' According tn> advlcea received here today freus Dela Ktin's financial em- ITM reported to bo very "lous. U said tho Eovlet leader had buL'pariar niouey lhal bad lu''havo "value. PRAGUE, Saturday. July In Hie May be Overcome by Lydia E, Pinkham's VegetaUe LetterProres It mirried, J been in bad health ind bid aavenl it- ticks' of ccrvoui prostration tin til it gecmcd aa if th .orgariB body were worn 'out I wu finaiiy persrjadfsl to. try ;IjydiaE. Pinktiatns .YpEctotle .Com- pound and it modi a. well wonlan 61 nie. 1 can now da all my. hoiucworlt vromen to try LydU E. Cora- West PhllaJelpIus, There are thoii.innds of every condition KpJTcririg fitfrv-otisucas, backache hcBUBciiKS, 'sn'd' 'vthcr. ayzaptfrns of. 11 functiDpal derBnWment.' It was K for heaHh restored which led this so that other women "may btKefit from her and find hpilUVaj'ihe has done, "'For regard loyonreon- diltpnifnteLYaiBH. Finkham Medicine Lyrin, The result of (heir 40 yiars.ejtperlenco U'at your lervica, arae or the Czechoslovak gorern- i, JVemler eeut a Blroug oic of proiort today to Utla Kun, the Earlan communlal foreign minis- er, concerning lliu aortal bom bard- t of Czecho-SlavAk.town by tbe garlans on -Thursday-as wei! ai tber violations of the armistice. Premier Tuear, to hti note, demand- d coropeniallon also tor tbo sacktDfl I various factories. _ Furthermore, the premier row Hungary A definite and formal that there .shall be no rr'eiKw of Eucli bbstllc acte and Lat Uie BbbhcvlS propa- of Hungarian inception, la zecho-SUortkla shall cease forthwith. ISfEAIIIOF KPentctTreitinentFofThls Olstrettljig Complaint OM. "1 fed IB ftUuk of keeping H bid Ihtt my clothes weald be wet thioujh it times. four Ituffered terribly. I could jet DO relief until I tried icd 'Sooth t Salrt' The first treatment me n-Jict. Altogether, I boxes 'of :SooiaM ua G. Bolh thne sterluijr remcdin iold by deal en at GOc, a box, 6 for orieut oa receipt of piiceby Limited, Oltawt. "Froit Is putnpiaa si i e -which ielli for used tKrw aud tiro of HALL, CLEMENCEAU RECALLS ONE YEAR AGO Paris WRP in Krcnclv Spirit CuulJ Not Be Crushed Group Outlines Altitude on After-War Problems in France PARIS, July convention of I Untried-Radical and illBt parties, -the strongest group m lie chamber of deputies, at Its session tat night adopted a manifesto contain- nir fts platform fDr ibe coming elec- IOD, in which a revision ot tbe coriBll- utlon and drastic aeceutrn.ixaUou o[ :he administrative system nrc arrays eJ, Including the remodelling of the ienatc. Olher plants in tlic platfona demand free education iu .the universities and n Ibe hlgli schools, as well as in the primary schools, and the complete ro- 'delHns of tlie army. Iu dealing with (his latter subject, tbe platform saya: "The new order created by the Tic- the democracy of: the world needs to be consolidated and the league of nations must bo1 completed Hod solidly roganized. It Is an affair of iline, but Ibe three years period ot service must be abolished and the period reduced within limits which the league will fix." Tho manifesto war to the knife-on profiteers and cbrncrerB of commodities' and announces that the rat care ot the parly would be the economic development .of France.., Any" Time Coca Cola is the 'j-drink'tpaerve: A to' those: who Jrinb it he first hw lily'welcome to know its. -IU pure, pleasing, coolness .f enjoyment in a sufH- .whole-' aoine rWmferv July" ceau'a reference In a recent debate In the chamber tbe re- newal of the powers of the president of the vae interpreted in some quarters as. an indication that President Polncare Would (be .a didale EOT n Friends ol the president, belonging to several political "parttes aayi that tbe presfdent'a determination la fctire at the end of his present Icrm remains unabalren, but that thia does not mean that he Intends to retire From pollticE. On the .according to the best informed sources. President Poin- care will fiepart the.precedents furnished by the (iulet, retired Jlvca of JI. Failteres., 51. Loubet and other fof- mcr .presidents, and laKe an active part In politics, probably returning to the senate, and almost certainly (o his lucrative law practice. In the speculations regarding the presidential elections to be Ueld In January neit, tbe remark is frequent- ly made tliat tbo choice of the congress at Veraaillea could be forecast with certainty If made hhoVn >o" slhnd as a candidate for' execu- tive. LABOR LEADER W4RNS BRITAIN OF THE DANGER Must Change Political Or Lose Commercial Sup- remacy, Thomas Says LONDON. July Henrr Thomas, member ol parliament for Derby, "Jo-an InterrleK. following an address before hla cnnaULuenlB.Sat- urday night, expressed profound anx- iety concerning the unstable dome site illuatloQ in England. Mr. Thomas, who recently rlalted the United Stales, j aaJd that the strong poMtlon ot the' United .Slater -could not1 lie doubled and thai be had seen enough while there to satisfy him that It was essen- tial to restore confidence la this coun- try by, Increasing production and keep- lag every industry fully employed. Mr., Thomas' speech was Ibe flril utterance since he returned. lie said 111 a I. England's condition, coupled with the manner ID which labor disputes are magnified abroad, had created aa Impression In the United States thai England going headlong into bankruptcy and ruin. It was essen- tial [or the goTernment'to declare Hi policy, he .asserted, and thus remove the suspicion of the workers thai they were unlalrly Irealpd. Tlie reliance t the workers In the strike as a vrea alone, he added, was altogether undemocratic.. The.Sunday papers gave prominence o.ampHftcaUona of Mr. Thomas' Derby peech, expressed by liim In an Inter- He Is quoted' as saying A convinced thRt'.''we shall lose our commercial .supremacy unless .we iraallcaHy change our political melli- Julr. Premier Cletuea- ceau epent SuntJiy touring tho devnst- tated leclom Ql! the. Snmrne and every- where received, niost. vnthuslaallc re- ception. At Amleni Ihe crowd broke the lines (be p re infer along to the city- hall, where the mayor tbe-wanta of (be city. Prem- ier his roice broXen wiib emotion, recalled Ihe events of K year o. Ihe prcnjier isld, ougln we arreol the.mirpl] on fftrls orproreni Ibe Gerf mane to the U viewpoints' by men ot equal authority, 'A Allied cliicf said to me one day: 'If 1'arJsfalhr shall we do? anawered: 'If Paria falls, France will raise [rom ruins Paris, which has helped to. Ana what I aaid of Paris I.inar also a ay of all tbe noble cities -of- France, which like Amiens, Vere la the battle. You ask me 'What are you. going to do lor I reply evefythine, (or Ibere could be greater ;lBjuitlco ttian it France showed lieraelfvjalierlj toward ifiose who bare 'defended her." lion. T. A. Crerar Is in Attend- ance at Important Confer- ence Being Held al Ottawa pome Kecks ago, but a definite policy aa not dettnuined. Hon. T. A Crerar, former miuister ol Bgrlcuhure, was one of those at- tending today's con Terence. E, Heatly. yrestac-nt c( ine Canadian Pac- c Hallway, was among tho railway OTTAWA. July conferencB between members ct tho government and men Interested in (he grain (rede opened this morruijg with Sir Hoberi Borden Problems ot hand llnfi this year's wheat crop are admit tedjy serio-jg, in view of Ins aclioit of tbe Unlltd Stales govern 10 en t In flrlng the price for I9V9. Aa Intimated some days ago, there is a likelihood of Ibe Dominion govern- ment filing a minimum prtce. Such a means of meeting the problem, at uny rate, finds 'filrly wide accoptaiice. Thoso'favoring it argue that It would give 'stability to the finabclnp ot ibe crop, prices Iron) loo OD (be other liaad, tho. plea Is tnsde that banks lo. give credit beyond thQ'mlnlnuim price. Tho sug- Eeslloh is also again .made that a director bo appointed to handle Ihe marketing oMbe crop. A similar ?ug- gestioa was raised at conferences held July mea were seriously iiijureJ early ihis nioru- Ins when' QUO or Ihe largo lioilurj at ibe Canadian National Railways shopa etploded. Joo Cardadoiie. one of Iho injurer] who was BevcriMy iicaldt'J. is uut ea- pected to lire. Tbe accident occurred just as the (men were going to It is b (that the rauso ttf tbe ezplosioti ihy latii or water on ihe crown plate ol tile boiler. The end of tlie build- ing was blown oul by the force ot the explosion. U. S. HOUSE TAKES RECESS July Without a record vole the house today adopted a resolution providing (or a recess from Aug. 2 to Sept. 9. During this lime, the senate is pectcd to be continuously at work on the peace treaty. LONDON, July 28.-All tha u. Derbyshire who on strike last veok rclumctl (o work today as a re- sult of Hie scUleineut ot the minioff disi-ute readied bclwetn the inlnera1 Jtration and the soYeriitnent. In YorXsLlre, however. mla- ors are still rn girike. Herbert S nil to, Iht K'ader of the Yorkshire miners, who remained aloot from last Friday's seliletncnl, malntalna tbat the em- yere nmsi make itie next move to- ward re adjust men t arranged wecu the fed prat JDU and the "AUSUHD" SAYS HEARST OF THE DEWAHT CHARGE TORONTO. July absurd ;as lo preclude oven their dlicusslon." Baifl PrcmlPr Hearst today with refer- lo the charges levelled at him by Hartley Dewaft, Liberal leader Jn Onurio. at a Liberal conversion at Kincardine on Friday night. He characterized Mr. Den-art's thatlLc and Hon. N. Hovcll, presi- dent ol the privy council, Ottawa, bad coUBpired In 1917 to hand Ibe Ontario Liberals over as chattels to a per- manent t'nlonlst party as "ridiculous and without tbe slightest loundatlon." 12 WS STRIKE TOHOXTO, July 2S.-Ari.er a strike of 12 weeks, tbe here de- cided nlghl io return lo worlc aflor ceilain condlllons lire fulfilled and it (3 probable that this week-will see Iho end ot Ihe slrllie so far as Ihcj' are All .Ihe meUl workers wlio havo been out the 12 weeks, 1917 go back lo work shorUj-j While 75 cenu an hour as'xed by Hie metal trorkera has not Ij by. Itic employers, ll Is -j Ibe settlement has been near this fig- ure. The men demanded a .bul haye .aireed to a 48-hour week. lltOLUESCOLUDE SlINNEAI'OUS. .Minn., July Two persons vere Instantly kllleil Inftrred and 13 hurt'In .1 head-on collision belireen jlreel Mrs on (hi Lake Mtnnctonki Hrio.-loitay. Car collt 'wllh B baggage exprtjr cur. Rudolph ninscr, 'on Ihe ca Rnd an unldentlned'niin Were killed Aici Johnson, rnDldrnian on ilic "Dnger liml cnl off. am expoclnil' In'illd. AccorJlug lo statement hsueil lij- Ihn c.i company, Johnson failed (o lioed or .dcrj to wall nri slillng lor lhp ling tar. f.. (SKNEVA, July Ihe month p[ June, SI reFolu- iohliti against the present HuriRarian govfirnraent were executed by ordera or BDla according to a statement n a copy o[ Kela the YcroB. IJjsag of Badapesl, has usl been received here. The. news paper praises the Hungarian cammuo- st leader's "fllrong altiludc." CHICAGO, One man shot and killed and another seriously njured. nigbt in a Btrlkc riot ou the south-west side ot the clly. The shooting, according to tho police; wis the rc.iuU oT trouble between strikers it the Crane company's, iron and atoel plants and others, Gupposedly non- BtrikorB. Anout employees ot the Crane company, have, been oa strike lor Iwb ireelis. SHARING COAL AND' FOODSTUFFS AMONG ALLIES PAII1S, July supremo Kcd conference today consldcrod the proposal advanced by foreign Min- asler Tllloni, of Italy, to rc-oslablleh Ihe ayjtem of sharing coal and food- atufTs imong the allied peoples. The council also named today mem- bers of a military mlsilon to fli the boundary between Germany and Po- land. UP TO NECKS IN CREEK WHILE FIBE RUSHED BY MIMOULA, Mont., July Along of 1S new forert In DIXriel t, today cime word of tile ipecUcullr tuapt ef i of M and TO men trapoid by flr'a In Selway foritt. Superviior Wilfred W. re- word ihtir adventure. Inli ifurneon. 'The men, tratptd from "behind by a fire, compelled tc leip' creek and remain up to their necki in the un- til Ihe fire had All their equipment wai totally destroyed, one borte wai burned to dealfi and teveril were badly Ihe miles, btlna burned from their string on his finger isn't really necessary; because Daddy likes Chiclets Himself, and knows they are goody for his little girl. Chiclets are as beneficial as thev are "Really Delightful." Even the tempting candy-coating of pepper- riiint has its place in aiding the digestion. And the chewing of a Chiclet makes for smooth tempers ,in the "dog days." It eases nerve strain and thirst. Chiclets are sold everywhere. Take home at least one package to-night. Five cents.fpr ten'Ghiclets. i MADli IN CANADA Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Gum Co., Limited, Toronto, ;