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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FODR THE LETHBR10GK DAILY HERALD ers, it the loyalty to the K.A. inani- esled 'by the students this year Is safe criterion. The institution Is enjoying the most prosperous year in ts history. Eupt.'Adam Bennton ot he Church School system ot the !hurch of Jesus Christ of LaUerday saints, is expected here soon. Ninth Anniversary Big Meeting of Combined Locals tal. During tho day a detachment of soldiers passed through the Brunncn- ftrasso headed by a band playing 'Hell Dlr Im Slegerkram." Workmen immediately charged the troops and a skirmish ensued In which a number of men were killed and others wounded, the message adds. At Spaudau 69 persons, nearly all workmen, were reported killed and the fighting Is continuing. The correspondent reports that big trucks are constantly passing through the streets, loaded down with armed soldiers who point their guns In "the, direction of tho sidewalks. Tha message reiterated the report that Held Marshal von Ilindenburg had sent a telegram lo Dr. Kapp ask- ing him to resign immediately In tho event the-old government agreed to hold new elections. Kapp Mission in Stuttgart LONDON, March Merc- ker. Dr. Karl Wilhelmehelno, ot the Prussian others, arriv- ed at Stuttgart from Berlin late yes- teiday. according to a Stuttgart dis- patch to the Exchange Telegraph com- pany. The Ebert cabinet conferred PICKED UP IN lASSING Tin for. a long time, and decided not to enter into, negotiations wlla the .dele- gation. .....Ebert Firm COPENHAGEN. March 1 dent Ebert, head of Iho German gov- 1 ernment driven from Berlin last Sat- stands firm In his determlna- l iion not to have any relations with tho'new regime at the capital, says a Our NOULBFORD, March etrvlces will be held In the Nobletord Church on Sunday, March 21st. In connection wllh this, the minister and managers are ask- ing tor a liberal collection for special purposes. Their objective Is Let us see It Kobleford cannot go over the top in this as well as in other subscriptions. Monday evening following the anniversary services, the ladies are giving a program'and supper, in the basement of the church. Instead ot the old-fashioned "bun-feed" It Is to ha a real, genuine, up-to-date, piping hot bean-feed; roasted, baked, boiled just to your taste. They say there are to be all kinds and varieties ot pies too; and those who know the Noble- ford ladles' pies will not turn dis- dainfully away. Of course there will be something to drink as well. Last but not least; so we hope, will be the collection. But the program should have special mention. Tho ladles are preparing several numbers, all ot which are now to Nobletord. Also, sometime during the evening, there is to be a business session, to com- plete the work of the meeting of the congregation which was adjourned irom several weeks ago. __MJ6s_JL rarries and Mrs. Ray left early Monday'jnbrmng fofEdmonton where they will attend the provincial convention ot the Women's Institute, as delegates from the Noblcford branch. The Ladies' AW held a special meet- ing last week- at- the home'.of Mrs. B. U Cody. The regular meeting-Kill ,1. be'held on Thursday afternoon of .tils week a I the home ot Mrs. James Mftvray. London and decorators are still out on strike. Nelson has a surplus1 of 1500 hone- power, electric energy, above its needs. RoMns and vlld geese have beea noted Iu largo uuuibttti al Nelson this reek. There Is more Ice in all the Great Lakes than at the same time last year. Fire caused by a defecllre chimney destroyed the home of Joba Irwln, Lobo. All aliens Interned in Canada and not already repatriated have.been re- leased. J. D. Livingston, of Forest, Ontt ins been appointed a notary public 'or Ontario. Windsor lie tall Merchants' Associa- tion are' planning a drive for a 750 membership. Judge McCorkell, ot the Superior Court >t Quebec, died after prolonged illness, at the age ot 65. Temporally freight sheds will be built by the G.T.K in London to re- place those destroyed by fire. Mrs, W.jHagon, Windsor, reported to the notice that eight cases of whiskey baft been stolen from her home. under Howatt, district president, at dislne of the biennial convention at dlatrlct No. It. The ot Calcuy 75.0CO, Innlead oJ u last year, according to Medloal Officer Dr. C. 8. Maiiood. city ot Calgary and tele- phone department will escb, other's poles by agreement which 111 be entered Into. Construction of a waNhoUM on avenue, Calwnr, for Al- berta government .telephones, wu commenced Monday. Mr. N. Hammond, ot Thainnford who had been 111'all winter died, and ftn hour afterwards his wifa'dled. (From Our Own BARNWEbL, Alta., March The ninth anniversary of the Uarnwel! Uut the parts were all enacted in a most creditable bombardment. The cruiser la said to. have directed its fire especially against the quarters of the workmen, who are opposed to the Kapp government. In addition 10 the report 'of the bombardment oi Kiel, rlclallcd reports have been recelVed of severe lighting there. Tho Dally Mali's Berlin correspondent, under date of 'Monday, says lhat the CommunlsU seized the arsenal, officers and a number ot soldiers being killed. Later a marine brigade supporting the new government re-look the arsenal, where about arc reported to have been killed.- MUST CANDLE EGGS IIEGIN'A, Sask., March After tho first day of June, 1920, In accordance with the new Ejg Marketing act, overy dealer in eggs in Saskatchewan, either wholesale or retail who purchases egcs directly from producers, musl bu licensed, ami after thal.rtalo nr> i-Km may be purchased dealers until they have been candled anil all eggs unfit Cor human food rejected. Wrapped to insure its perfect con- dition in alt climates and seasons. Sealed tight kept right The perfect gum in the perfect package. Great Service in Footwear To get tho boat out. of your shoes you must take proper care of them. SHOE TREES placed in nil of your footwear will .make, them .look bolter and clvo longer serVicc. Wo have these prfced' from 15o to per pair. POLISHES all le thorn and all shades ot leather can also be had in our Block. are all in Al ijualily.) Why not give your shoes Ihc Proper attention by using tho above articles and get greater service. ASK1 TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL ACES W. J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING CO. After every meal The flavour ttstf ;