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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCHES, 1020 THE LCTHBttinqE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Is, he will not divulge at present, but VAUDEVILLE MARKETS ui LYALL TO GET P. O. CON- TRACT AT closo: .May July flax- Slay July March Close. 9314 July .525 j I -ISO j .156V: OTTAWA, Marcb. the conlract for the post at Canary has not been of- flclally awarded, 11 is -well un- derstood that 11 will award- ed to and Sons, ot Montreal, at approximately TheAi'wero four ten- ders received. BKRUX, March govern- ment's continued to rail at. Iho Incompetence of the deposed government and promised numerous reforms, Including early general' elec- tions. A rigid telegraphic censorinlp Calgary Llvettock t CAbOARY, llarch Neither cal- tlo nor IIOJB wcro unloaded ot the flcckyards today. Ninety-five cattle wero on through billing to Spokane. to-K loft-overs from Saturday wore sold, choice butcher Eleers making i ?11 lo US. Common butchers }5 lo J10. butcher cows J9.50 to J'OLITICAL STRIKE ON CHINESE RAILWAY 1 Hoover Avers America Did Not i Win the Great Conflict WASHINGTON, March 15r-A General strike of all railway em- and all daises ol labor in the Chinese Eastern Railway zone In Manchuria wac reported In advices totiay'to the sUte de- partment. The strike resulted from a demand of the Social revo- lutionists that Central Honvth re- linquish authority over the reads, it wat stated. Traffic has been stopped. VICTORY, SAYS GERMAN PAPER Reason Has Gained Victory Over "Holhesded Agitators." I1KR.MX, March Doutschc j WASHINGTON. March relnsing to comment on military plans or policies, Herbert Hoover today told the- senate committee investigating (the navy departments conduct of lh Two Astis. latest Paths Review will Kor Iho photoplay tho show. Brown will offer Destle Barriscsie; Intonjing patrons are urged to at-. in her .startling dramatic triumph "Her Purchase Trice." aa absorbing tale of old Cairo and London. Comedy March telephone message received from today reports thaUithting had occurred there i between troops ot the national gi and Socialists or Communists which nine were Britlth Comment LONDON, March. edi- torial opinion on the German revolu- tion Is indicated by ituch headlines ss) 'Allies Fooled Again." "The Old and "As Was to tie Kipected.'' j "While our politicians havo been filling us wili hot the junkers have j self, 1 heeu biding their says the Daily gorge oui, Mail. "In dealing with Germtns one i lhaQ anything he must always calculate upon bad fatth.' B. BeMllle eiceilod him- produced a picture mortf more stupendous, more They tet np 9. 'dud' government to sign the treaty of yeace hut -when Ihe time comes to carry out the capitula- tions the jimkera again take charge. over done. See Female" at the Em- press today, the biggest picture seen here since "The Miracle Mau." At Loam IIouso, London, Villain Whether their purpose is. our vision- Crlchton was Ijutler and head of a the allied commissions in Germany, j iire." "according lo an official British roes- sage today. The request was Ignored, the commissioners taking tlio altitude that they would not extend re'cogni- even lo the eilent ot answering the communication. An official message filed in Berlin at 6.30 o'clock laet night said them was no -confirmation of the reports that the sailors at Kiel and AHona had gone over lo the now govern- ment. Hungarian Royalists Jubilant 'BUCHAREST, March Hungar- Ian royalists are rejoicing -tlie statesmen are ignorant ot Us nat- Allgetnetne Zoitung, commenling the situation' in says: on i Not Technical Expert Asked if the navy department could "Good and reason have gained not havo offered more complete co- n victory over" hotheaded agitators.: operation by sending more vessels to but it must bo confessed tho danger Itna critical zone, Mr. Hoover declined the leading members of the Hiingarltin i SIH LOWEH GOING TO, FRANCE j lo express an .opinion eiccpt to say 1 that he supposed "everything -was done that could be." He told the corn- revolt iu Germany and claim It justification of their argument that Socialist republics are Incapable ol surviving in- countries where for cen- turiea Ihe people have been accustom- ed to mou archies. "said one of royalist party today, "demonstrates the allies are going on the wrong track in suppressing the natural in- that he did not consider hlir.-.ctlnations of peoples. Sooner or later participation, turned of life is reported in disturbances at l.omer will remain-in two mouths. Europe about REJECT.SUBSTITUTE PEACE MOTION the scales in favor of'the allies at the critical period of th'a war, al- though it was incorrect to. Bar that the United won the war. "WASHINGTON, March 15 Paving the way for a final volo on the reservation to Article 10, the senate rejected today oil to 17 Senator Frelinluiyscn's substitute proposing summary disavowal of all obligations. tf' Fnnce OUTRANOES "BIG BERTHA" Kiel, Frankfort and Essen, according Acquirea Patents New Gun to Graat PATHS, March, i transtgeant learns that -the govern- i mcnt has acquired tho patents to a sun which has a range of three. to four times that of the German "tig Bertha." W. BORING, .well-to-do farmera, aayt he hat gained pounda In. weight and It in btttrr general, health than he has been in -years since taking Tanlac. The Morning Post reolls it has al- ways contended the first German rev- olution was a "ftham." French Were Wise "Tho French have understood the trick from the lha news- paper declares, "but Soclal-Ucmocratlc chaff completely deceived those two credulous birds, President Wilson and Premier Lloyd George. Wary old bird Clcmcnc'eau r.-as never deceived but he was overruled." j Ono of the Hohcnzollcrns. In thej opinion of this newspaper, will be soon'placed oh.th'e throne of Prussia, but whether he will be siveu tho im- perial crown will be another queslion. Hopes aro eiprcssed that Itavarla, Saxony and the Rhenish states will have something to say as to this de- relpomenr. The Chronicle says: "Assurance by tae now Cerman. government that it will abide by the treaty of Versailles Is welcome as far as it goes, but it does -iot go The Telegraph Rays: "The situa- tion means at best a disastrous delay in restoring stable conditions in Cer- .many and getting the general econ- omic life of Europe into working or- der. At tho means complete chnoa and a thorough, finishing by the German officer iclass of the destruc- tion already wrought by their spirit and policy.' Watchfulness and prepar- ation must be of tho al- lies at iarje- corps of sen-ants who dunced attendance on the Earl and his fam- ily. There was an elaborately planned yachtitiij Irfp, a they wero all cast up on a desert island! M'ho was master ot tho situation then? Tha Earl? Jfo, William Crlchton! Seo "-Male and a surprisingly original drama with a iovo story so strange that it Is breath-faking. Remember it starts at tlio Empress j today. i SOMETHING NEW tend early, us the seating capacity la limited and early comers get the best nests. COLONIAL TONIGHT TUES. 7.00 and 9.00 SPLENDID "HIP" VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT COLONIAL TONIGHT Istwillbetiis of the Lethbridge Daily Herald lor the week ending Sat. Mar. 20? We wiy award prizes of and respectively to the three persons sending in the near- est guesses. In the event of a tie, the prizei will be awarded In the errfe-r in which this envelopes are opened. In order to guide competitors, we give below GROSS CIRCULATION each week for the past fifteen weeks. Week EniiinB 6.................. 33191 Dec. 13 33091 Dec. tf> 33353 Dsc, 27791 (Ono Holiday, Xmas) (One Holiday, New Years) Jan. 10 33535 Week Ending Jan. 33705 Jnn. 21 33221 Jan. 31 3.33H Feb. 7 Feb. 14................. 13632 Feb. HI 33721 Feb. 28 33727 March 6............... 3345S March 13............... 33863 All you have to do is to -tvrile your eslimatc on a sheet of with your n.irae and eMrcfn and send it to THE COMPETITION DEPARTMENT, LF.THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA .-Ml replies must be received not Inter tlian K o'clock noou on THURSDAY, MARCH 18th. lleplies received later limn this will not be opoMil. N'o Mivoloncs will opened Monday .Marcii 22nd., and tlio result he announcc-1 in that issue. All must lie rcsiilar subscribers to tho Herald. Mo of Iho Herald staff or their families ivill bo allow- ed to compete, SOCIETY UNDElt ,THE SOVIETS (From Life.) One of the important Soviet j wcildings of the fled winter season i took place' yesterday, when Miss j -Murda Inerhart, daugiitcr of- Mrs. j Venom Inerhart. liecamo tho trial wife of Mr." Felonious Arson. Both young people are members of families socially and criminally prominent. As the opening bars of the "Internation- ale" pealed forth at four p.m. the trial bride, attended only by a midb-of- honor, entered the arena. Sho gowned quietly in red, and woro a superb pearl necklace, the theFt of tile bridegroom. After the ceremony a deception tooK place at tho home of the bride's mother, and a triple cordou of police surrounded Iho house to protect the guests from the never- ceasing menace of tie laic-abiding cit- Thpalre goers who are looking for keen, enjoyable entertainment for lo- nisht or Tuesday night, need look no further than tho Colonial theatre, for at tlio' Colonial totiay and tomorrow the new "Hip" vaudeville show on Its sheer merits gives promise of eclip- sing any bill previously seen here this season. Question and his Girlie will open the show with a high class instrumental r.NiBlcal act. into which some remark- able accordion playing and singing is introduced. Qucsto has been a fea- tured attraction over many Of the prominent vaudeville circuits and will assuredly pleaso tonight. Next nn iho hill will come Eliza- beth J.lcKcever and John Jleany in j their delightful rural comedy sketch "At Ccdarfonl a little ptay- let is brimful of delightful hum- or. Third place will bo filled by Senator Walter af likeable young chap who; In his clever monologue vrSU fur- nish ample comedy and nn interesting fifteen minutes. Fourth place on tha hill will be oc- cupied by the Two Astis, in their re- gymnasUc and acrobatic novelty act. Clever head- .o-head balancing, comedy juggling, long "Sines Tanlac has overcome troubles I gained twenty pounds in weight and nm in better general lien. At the end of the long drawing- room, which was fcslooncd with inter- twined hones and forget-me-nots, and banked high with mbnograinmcil metatarsi .the young couple received their many friends, under a canopy of poison ivy and rare skulls. The wedding presents, which were much admired, included a magnificent I -wroUKht-iron solltnric hombholder, sals of old dynamite, pogrom pistols, old-fashioned stil- etto strops, extra guillotine blades, embossed blackjacks, nitre glycerine tabloids anJ a pair of early century -brass knucklei that had been handed down in the in weigni aim nm in ucucr general health than for rears was the family several jails. After a Vjtrment mrflo a- our o (he manufacluring cen- ii w ties, the hrldcsrooui will re-enter the few days ago by II. W. Roring, a prominent and well-to-do farmer liv- ing at Ofdlnnd Park, Kans. "During the two years I suffered 1 tried everything 1 knew of to get i lief, but nothing seemed to reach iny case until t tried Tanioc. 5fy appe-. tltc EO poor and my digestion was t to bad I could hardly retain my food. Nothing agreed with me; in fact'I was almost a confirmed dyspeptic. My tfholo syslern seemed lo be cut of shape. 1 would liave paina across the small of my back to hurt nl times I could hardly move arounil. 'My nerves were nil unstrung