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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TRB LETH1SRIDGE DAILY HERALD 'THimSDAY, MARCH SOUIH AFRICA Cf id lock possible. Smuts may trin Jart of remaining to giro htm a Terr sm'H majority, sijfB. Me clearly a niwt difficult period, it concludoa. "S.OVE COURT is British Press Views Ejection 'Victory LOKDOK, aitrx-h Canadian probable final results In the South African elections will be: 44; South African rarty. 33; Unionists, K; 31; 3. Several returns are s.'I! to eooio In. The odds slightly faxor the Nation- alists the Urijest party. 'ina Impression grow? Hist the Na- tionalists and the rank and file at the South .African party Trill effect a compromise between Utelr leaders. It is rotate, out that the country as has overwhelmingly decided la favor of, tho British connection. Gtn Smuts' threat of another election to have been taken serious- Labor Is ielleved to te raidr to jive Smuts a qualified suppcrt Tha Dally Chronicle thinks the re- sults will certainly bs disconcerting !or those who hoped to see the- forces maktof Sor imperial unity around Smuts. It South Africa is liroueh a phise which almost country is a period ot reaction following the hopes occasioned by cou- clusion of the war but Smults la in no' despondent mood and has strong personality. He has no fore seen this temporary setback and de- claret htemlf ready to tight election after ejection until tie people know the truth end vote accordingly, the Chronicle adds. The Westminster Gaiette foresees a unstable parliamentary sltua Unlfcas the. South Africans and Unionists command a majority i 11PREOT Wealthy Flih IXaler Ssnt to Observation Ward NEW YORK, Marcn bud- ding romance o( Charles Elfert, re- puted to a wealthv fish dealer, was frost blttea In Magistrate Sweet- ser's court today after Miss Ethel Cozzens, blond and comely, recited the persistence with which she has been wooed through the medium of an unromantlc dumbwaiter. Every moraine, the told the court, her unwelcome suitor tooX of the lulls in visits of Ice men and milk meo, to shower her with loci! lore mlstlres. Kifert blushlngly admitted that hu was "madly in Sore" with the. young woman. He was startled -when tha magistrate summoned an ambulance to take him to BellBTue hospital's ob- servation ward. Elfert.protested ve- hemently that he was not insane, but was in tove. "Lors !s toe court ruled. Though the "Lions of March Still do Roar" Spring in All Its Wonderful Delights Has Come to the Daylight Store of Correct Dress QDaily new spring beauty is expressions of pleasure as the new' garments are shown is its own best evidence that they are wholly approved. We feel sure that from every and excel- particular women can be satisfied right now at this big, bright, store. A huge stock of wanted merchandise for particular people. WE BELIEVE THAT THERE NEVER HAS BEEN A TIME WHEN HAS PROV- EN A MOHE HELPFUL FACTOR IN PUBLIC WEL- FARE THAN IT 16 JU8T NOW. WITH 6OOD8 DIFFI- CULT TO PROCURE, WITH TWE TENDENCY OF PRIC- E8 EVER UPWARD, THERE SPLENDID STOCKS OF NEW GOODS NOW POUR. ING INTO THE STORE ARE THE CONCRETE EXPRES- SION Or MOST SUCCESS- FUL, EFFORTS TO SAFEL QUAfiD THE INTERESTS OF THOSE WHO MAKE THIS STORE THEIR SHOP- PING HOUSE. IT HAS TAK- EN WATCHFUL SUPER- VISION OVER THE MARK- ETS ABROAD. IT HAS TAKEN ,THE SUPREME .EFFORTS OF', EXPERT MERCHANDISING MEN TO ASSEMBLE THESE FINE STOCKS AND LARGE ORD- ERS AND READY CASH STANDING AS SUPREME ARBITERS COMMANDED VALUES NOTHING SHORT OF WHEN IT'S CONSIDERED THAT THE TENDENCY UP- WARD RATHER THAN DOWM, Fashions in Suits to -meet the most exacting, regoirements oC women. In anticipation ot unusual demtnd for thevtaSlored suit we hive assembled a collection noted for its diversity of smart models, superb workman ship and mater- BETTEH MA.KE YOUR SELECTION .i-.'" EARUrV and THE STORE WITH THE BIG STOCK AND BIG VALUES. Frocks New Styles Received Today A party is not z. parly without a dainty, youth- ful frock to help ono look one's best. Among tho many, many new and beautiful dresses In ouv stock is almost suro to be the very one you wish to find a good selection in Serge, Georgette, Cre.po de Satin, Tricolctto and Taffeta. A dress for orery NEW UNDERSKIRTS THIS WEEK Week-End Specials Black Cotton HOSE We bought all hid aad ivo'wlsh there irero more to bur, but Then tiiem iirV) the end of the storr. There are slma 8% to 10 the right Come and see for yourself. Value .worth SCb End Sale, 39c A PAIR SHEETING otiO.yards of bleached cotton sheeting. Full 72 and wonderful value, NoiV at 86c or SOc yard Week End Special, yard i VC WHITE COTTON yards of bleached whilfc cotton. Thin Is full 36 inches wide and from dressing, although only medium weight.' !t' sounds like mistake. Week iM Value, yard SILK HOSE Silk fibre h039 in black only. A real apodal and good of Come early for this special. Week End i PILLOW COTTON 300 yards of wonder value In ear. Those present formed them- selves Into an which to carry on propaganda work. j It decided to drav up a, nso- lullon immedUtelr for the order paper asking the government to ceed with the .vi-ork'at once. This will mean the mattef coming before parliament eariy noit week. T. X SIcN'utt Saltcoats, -vras ap- pointed chairman of the and J. A. Campl'ell, Tho Pas, air. Mr. Campbell vas to irait upon the three cabinet ministers from the prairie provinces and uk for their support. Hon. J. A. Calder, who Is confined to his home with a bad cold, cculd not be present at today's conference, neither could Hon: T. A_ Crerar. Both, however, are believed to be villinf to support the project. the eellmate ot Uio cost to complete the road was given as but estimates ill various quarters year place the tlgurd at It is pointed out, however, that labor conditions last year were very much, worse then they aro llko- ly to be this summer. There iras no opposition at today's meeting. OTTAWA, March liter- provincial conference is suggested as a possible development ot tlons now In progress between the minister of Justice and the attorney- generals of the different The purpose of the negotiations is to see If an agreement can be reached en the question of securing authority to the Dominion parliament to amend Hie British North America Act. If the concurrence of-the provinces is secured.-'it is proposed that an ad- dress shall be presented to the King requesting that the parliament of tbe United Kingdom should confer such authority of tie Dominion parliament. At present amendments to the consti- tution (the B.KA. Act) can be made only by the parliament, of the United Kingdom. battle of business has "succeeded the I'battle of armies. FRY'S. COCOA is the greatest of all strength makers for men who must work as it was for our soldiers and sailors who had to fight hard. FRY'S exclusive process makes this Cocoa extremely soluble, delicious in flavor and ,very easy to digest. "Nothing will do tout FRY' Aid. John Queen's Contention in Address to Jury in Strike Trial WINNIPEG, March Canad- ian the CItfiens' Com- mltlee and not the strikers usurped constituted civic authority during tho stride was the contention of Alder- man John Queen, .who continued his address to the Jury at the trial of the seven strike leaders today. In support of this he cited evidence showing that they manned tho (ire halls, pul the police on the streets and attempted to run all public utili- ties. The strike, he Bald, developed into a tight between labor and the Citizens' landed in- terests.' iAn attempt by A. J. Andrews, K.C, to force his removal from the oily council was responsible for his arrest and trial, the accused told the Jury.. Alderman Queen expects to conclude his speech today. DON'T LET YOUR COID DEVELOP INTO LA GRIPPE OR INFLUENZA Don't give it chance to by you ia ted (or cevtral Ttttks with a bad stUct of Gripjre or wake yoa fight for your lifdo escapi: tlieclitlchea oirneiinioriij. "A simple little cold" !s Jsn- gcrous malady to belittle. Slop Uie cold as sooa S3 it appears. 1 Drive it oat of your system witU DOMINION C. U. U, Tablets of Cascsrt, Bromide fl-jiniue bicak up a cold in a houre the relieve the Hcr.dichs mA Kcutalgii. ThtT are specific (or colds uid may D5 relied upon to quick liivc TOK a C. B. Q. Red Ilox in your house? If not, get one to-day jour so that if joiidoltel a cold rning on, yon can get ritl of It with twdojcsol nOMIKIONC.B.Q. In ihe red boi. Kationa! Drug and CUemkal Co. of l.imileil.' _ C.B.QJ In Rorf Vtx 260. HCUCVC (By Associated BERLIN, March hat cart off'the governmental re- gime'suddenly set up by the re- actionary elementa Saturday morning, but advices Indicate she Ic now feeing another extreme peril In the form of a wave of radicalism, from Berlin say Dr. Wolfgang Kapp, the reactionary chancellor, and his adherents have either tied from the city or contemplete going at onc'e. that Kapp tsd suicide received at Am- sterdam by telephone from Berlin morning. Armed forces of the reactionary element are leav- ing Berlin today and the presence of Guatav minister of de- fense in the Ebert cabinet, who arrived In-Berlin lait. nfgtit by airplane from Stuttgart, would teem to Indicate that the consti- tutional government ts attumt control immediately. Gen, von Seeeht, President Ebert's chief of hat beer, named commander of the government ,ln Berlin, Announcements by Dr. Kapo, as well as otticiai from the offleialB of-the Ebert govern- ment, reflect the fear of a radi- cal uprlilng In Germany. In fact Dr. Kapp's announcement stated he had rtflgntd from the dt eeUon of affaire ao that the country might be enabled to fight Bolihe- vltm. From varloui cltlea come 19- ports of uprisings and advices from BerFlri state that Red under command of are marching on that city. troupe have not as yet reiuniei) full con- trol, an attack by the Rtdt It feared. Throughout Germany radical havi It) many places taken over direction of affairs, at lent Hmperarlly. Proletarian dictatorships have bten up at Dortmund, Cera, Ohllgn, Unna and Gelienkirchen, according to reports, while In Leipzig have driven gov- ernment troops from the suburbs of the clty'and were engaged late yesterday In street In the Rhenish ind Weatphailan In. duitrUI districts It said Die are ready to folloiv radi- cal Aoembly Meets 8TUTTOART, March (By As- Voolated hundred and fifty members of the German national assembly held a mooting In the Art Hall here this afternoon. Military forces are occupying tho great bpen place before the hall. No disorders occurred while tha'mcmbers were ns- gambling. Von Luettwltt Leaves AMSTERDAM, March von Luotlwltz, who commanded tho troops which supported the Kapp re- gime, has left Berlin with Ms armed forces, according lo a telephone mes- sage received from Ucriin Ihls morn- Hlncfy on Way STUTTGART, March' rumor current among members the as- sembly 'that Field Hln- denburg is on the way to Stuttgart Is arousing interest in view of his re- ported efforts to citilet the tense sit- uation in Berlin. Chemnitx Republic Switzerland. dispatch from .Chemnitz, the indus- trial centre in Saxony with a popula- tion of more than says u re- public of vrorSingmen's councils has been proclaimed A "commit' tee of action" has'been formed com- promising ten Communists, six Inde- pendent Socialists, tour Majority So- cialists and one Democrat, Ten Killed HAMBURG, March encoun- ter last evening In tho Bannbeck quarter between Kpnitacar.s and troops resulted la tea deaths. Won't Long AMSTERDAM, March present Berlin government will not be maintained much the Berlin correspondent of the Handelsblad to- day telegraphed to bis newspaper. "General Mercker's effort at concilia- tion may be considered to have fail- ed." "Field Marshal von Hlndcnburg yes- terday Bent a telegram to Chancellor demanding the immediate with- Idrawal of the Knpp troops and the stabllshment of a constitutional gov- ernment, lie sent a similar telegram to President Ebert." 'I TUB HAGUE, March rova) decree dated March 16 says the placa to be allotted to former Emperor Wil- liam of Germany as his residence- w.'jl form part of -the' province- of Utrecht, and that.IE will lie' flxcil later by tlfe government. Tho dccres was in: conr uectloii with an announcement to tlij hlllcd-premfers regarding tliolr r note concerning the. cne'tima arch. The premier stated'.today that the government is considering an official allotment of land at Wieringen as ii place of residence for the former crovru prince.- He said thai Up to tho present the government had no indi- cation that the former or his son has taken part in any political ftcllvitltis. JLONDON, March 'artillery battery at Wetter, Westphalia, has been wiped out by Spartacaos, accord- ing to an, official Berlin dispatch filed Wednesday afternoon. The Spartacanfl killed all the officers of the battery and nearly all the man, the dispatch says. FIRE IN OIL TANKS AT MONTREAL March hun- dred thousand gallons of crude oil throughout the night at the plant ot Ihe Barrett Company, Limit- ed, manufacturers. The flro started at this niornlnj. The whole firo righting force ot the city was called out and the blaze was succesBtully isolated to two tauka. The firemen announced that Mio oil In the contain- ers would bum itself out. Tho dam- age dono Is csllraated ul BIG DAMAGE TO N. S, BRIDGES BY FLOOD? HALIFAX, N7. S., March IS.-OHic- fals ot the Nova Hcotia highways hoard yesterday slated that Iho dam- ago to tho bridges In Annapolis coun- ty during tlis recent floods will ue at least JIMIOO.OOO nntl that It will ho several months before vcliicle traffic across the Annapolis and Ixjqulll riv- ers ran be Yeaumon. four steel bridges, two wooden bridges and nt leant ti dozen smaller ones were de- molished to a greater or leys degree. B. C. INDIANS WANT GRIEVANCES REMOVED TORONTO, Mr.rcli (itlogatlon of DrHrsli Columbia Indians claim they represent about In- diana of various tribes III British Co- innbia, linseed through this city to- day on dielr wny lo Ottawa to Inter- view the government. Among a num- ber of grievances which tho Indians wnnt flic Dominion government to re- move Is Iho ros'rlotlon iu regard (o llshlng and hnntlnj, Unhealthy toil kills Uietwstof wheat i Unhealthy gums kill trie best of tedh. To keep tire teeth sound keep the gums well Watch tot tender and Heeding- gums. This is a symptom of PyorrrKJ, which afflicts four out of five people over forty; Pyotrhta menaces the body as weQ as the teeth. Not only do the gunu recede cause the teeth to decay, loosen and fall out, but the infecting PyorrSta germs lower the body's vital- ity and cause many serious ills. To avoid Pyotrhea, visit your dentist frequently for tooth and rum Inspec- tion, And Eorhan's For the Forhan's For the Gums will prevent or check its profrea, n .tvfA in time and used eotmstenUy. Ordinary dentifrices: tannot do Forhan's Vill 'ktty the firm and healthy, the teeth tvWle tnd clean, Start using it today. Ifgtfln-shTirikaiBt has Mt in, use Forhan's accord ing to directions, and consult a dentirt mediately for special treatment. 35c arid fiOc tubM in Canada and U. S. If your druKfrist cannot supply you, send to us direct and we Vtill mail iubeposlpaid. fOSHAN'S, no., Mmtrttl FOR THE ;