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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920 K DAILY HKPALD. PAGE best known speaker and organizer lu tbo Nationalist When the Greeks landed-an Smyrna and some Turks'wore killed she cast aside radltloua ol Turkish, Sho! irgaolzod aud addressed mass ngs anil so Inflamed tho Turks against alleged' plans for the dismem- berment of tbo country, that the aU led high commissioners forbade ,ner meetings. She has often been described in the British press as a 'firebrand and a dangerous-agitator. I COBUBKZ, iiarci 19. .were killed Twenty -Toa troops fired; Into '.the crowd soldiers ere'if aYliiV Berlin atternofls, according to Berlin' advices received, here. Troops of the Ebert'goreiinuenrare no-K (litrdias ttie cllr, add ail- tvlces. n-hlch that a general Com- munist outbreak is tlill thrMlealntr Informalloa dtractJiiom Berlin Is .that tho Independent have, {decided to continue strike.' Food conditions are serious za no trains haye come Into Berlin (or lire Hupdredt Killed LONDON', March o( persons .been Vllled in Uie min- ing dlsirlcU of Germany hetn'eeh miners and it Is V clared In reports from Germany re- ceived the Central ''Nova correspoadenl ijiilhat.ci'.yiielei 'graphs.. ._ f _ 'I clegranis' fec'erYca frohi 'the'- towns In Germany, states, show Ihm fifhOhg 'lif- pro'cadlng M liearly all the thickly where stjldicrp'iiiiil 'workers are on: posed, to other. In Brunivrlck-lherfe Is much disorder', accompanied by pillaging of shops. In LeinilSj, according Mp -the1' advices (here-wsa street'fighting throughout yesterday. Rostock, in Meclilenbaiic'r Scluvcrin. is in the hand's of the Spar tacans, uiit-thetr position Is j-aid to.hi precarious. In violent fighting at Kiel yesterday between woi'kman arid troops; the former Eeemcrl to got the upper band, lite message reports. Tlie Communists, are declared to Blasters Econornlc Damaa'e Great STUTTGART, .March dons dauiage has liccn done to Ger- many economically hy'thc Kapp move- ment and the coal iind food situations Imvo' been made, more acute; Herr of the Interior, Inform- ed the Associated I'ress today.- The worst 'conditions are now centred in the Ruhr mining district and tha gov- ernuient Is taking ihe neccesan' meas- to renieily Uiem. Dresden Fighting STUTTGAHT. per- killed at Dresden in a sud- den clash between -a; students' .organi- zation- and a to. the story 'an rived here. At Frankfort 80; f have been killetl: iri 'recent lifioriicrs and sevcrat hundred .wounded have irclichciVllie. o be wtited with respect to the Ger- lor tho food hoarders maSe' excellent use o! tho 'abolition of nhtch means another set- lack for our already serious food sit- uation. The delivery of food from, lolland also Interrupted and'even >endtng for credits cle- aved." Hamburg Fighting March teie- [hontc message from Hamburg said here was rlolent fighting between troops and-students on the one'side and workmen -on the other proceed- ing at Kiel. The message said the workmen were attacking bombs, hand grenades, machine'gung'and trencb mortars, and, that many persons had been kill- "or wounded.. Situation Improves PARJ3. general slt- iaUon-Ja JBermauy has inuch Improv- h Improv- ed yesterday, according-to ad- vices received by the German peace detentionvbtra today. '''onlyV1 serious..trouble is now cohfiucd to the iruiustrlal centers ant] th'e Ruhr.VaUey, where the Spartacans are still preventing 'the re-cstabHsa ment of order. TURKISH WOMAN AGITATOR STIRS r UP MUCH TROUBLE JWO FLU EPIDEMICS HIT TORONTO 1 THIRD OPEN ABANDONED QUEBEC PAPER MILLS QUEBEC, 'March party of United States capitalists left Quebec I loday with John Burns of Charlesburg TJte. diagram shows the day-by-day of deaths from! to open up and operate the pulp mills flu and piietjnioiua during tho present epUlemfc and the much woree cue nt i at Periboiifca, which have been Idle 1915. rogiBtratlons are lu week remarkably heavy, for some years bacfc. This enterprise1 regielratlon. la the fourth week of e 191S epWefic, howerer, Tuesday flEurea werp even higher than Ihosa of the Monday. bonka and the opening of these mills wtllhQlp eolve problem. The first epMemlcs !s not compared on the above chart, as they were not'dlsitrailaf, but tho 1918 scourge from that tlmo onward far exceeded in violence that'of this winter. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 15 ITallde Edib, the.most prominent worn an leader among the Turkish Nation alists arid Reouf for-Siva and mouthpiece'for Kemal iir thlb city; Yassit Hey and several other members i of the chamber of deputies, liave -been deported, presum- ably to Malta, by the British. They were placed on board the prulser Heb- Iscus-yesterday: shortly before the warship sailed. After Mustapba Kemal and Reouf Uey, tha '.Proof -upon heri'founded COlilJiVx, ;Marcli from Stuttgart! to Rertin en" Saturday, it is learned. .asseuibly, sian diet have been convoked to meet in Bfrlm-cm WahYicTWar oJ Revenge; IJEHXK. 19. Chancellor' rliauer caused .'ft seilsatTon facts plus experience; BEECH AM'S PII4-S have been used for 80 years by people '.all over the globe: BEECHAW'S TheLargestSaleol Any" Medirine to the World. at Stuttgart when fie re- vealed- the .Jlte. gnvernmcot by Dr. Wolfgang Kapp and Geu. 'vou they entered Berlin last Saturday morn- ing. wlshed-tp prepare tor a -war of revenue, and plunge' the" iriy) another cried the chancellor. "Pitiless punishment must come1" to Iho'je for- tunes ntust he seized and they must ho trierl before the supreme courl.nt Phllipp Scheideinann, leader of the Majority Socialists; Herr Hurlegc, Herr Kron, the Ucfman anrf Herr Heck- er, of Ihe Pe.oplo's party, are miani- iDous in their condemnation of tho Ett- loiupted revolutionraccording-lo ad- vices received here. The next session of the national as- sembly probably will bo held in Ber- lin, but the dale lias not yet been fixed; Revolt Set Germany Back STUTTGART, March consequences of the Berlin uprising] will be very far as econ-i oimc conditions nro says Herr Koch. "The output of the mines bad been increased slowly; tr.inspor- htllon and rolling slock had improv- ed, iiiiil the, peace treaty conrlltlona for tho-rtcllvery-of coal to'Frnnco hnd beon satisfactorily. lulflUcrt., all these firrnngejnenls arc disturbed. "So far fo'od qucsttori' 13 Vnn- .have Ipst in.aBric-. ivork, -and' Kajip's the rationing, Mtrlctfoas fn a quarter of Germany bas an enormous amount of food HEARTBURN or heaviness after meals are most annoying manifestations of acid-dyspepsia. KHIDIDS 'pleasant to v take, neutralize acidify and help restore normal digestion." MADE BY SCOTT i BOW'TfE MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION r MOW CAN WE DO IT We pay more for wheatmore for labor.more for iaxes-but Shredded Wheat sells at about ,ithe same old price -.very little advance on account of the war. flow can we do it? Wecan cbitbccause the volume of sales now reaches many millions of Biscuits per day. Conskkong its real; food value Shredded Wheat is the cheapest foodiritfil'wprld today ItislOOper cent wheat in a digestible form.Two Biscuits, with hot milk, make a nourishing meal for afew cents. have just received a large shipment of fancy hand painted cups and saucers. We are selling these at a Saucer, only ACT PROMPTLY IF YOU WANT TO GET IN ON THIS PRICE A large assortment of fine quality Hand Painted from 50c to a piece. All new and attractive stylos and decorations. Cloverleaf Cups and Saucers........ 25c and up A Fine Assortment of Dinner Sets from to Tea Sets to Come and look over our stock while It is complete, even U you do not require anything at the present time. THESE PRICES GOOD DURING THE.MONTH OF MARCH GRIP, INFLUENZA izard Oil a Antiseptic Pravontlve influenza epidemics spray the nose and throat several times day willi one part. Wizard Oil and two parts water, using an atomizer I! you, haven't atomizer, gargle tlie throat and snuff the mixture up tlie no'sc. This treatment sets up an antiseptic wall of defense against "Flu" germs. Chest colds and sore throat lead to grip. Stop lliem at once with Wizard Oil before they can develop into1 dangerous influenza. j Get it from .druggists for 30c. If not satisfied, return the bottle and gc.t.ypur money back. Evtr constipated or have sick head- Just try Wizard Liver Whips. plc.-isi.it little pink pills, .We at drug- gisls. THE WRECK OF THE LINER BOHEMIAN PURE F00D MARKETS CHOICE ROASTS of BEEF, 2O These roasts are cut from No. 1 fresh killed Grab Fed Steers and you can't get the same quality in any other market. Tlifs picture .was t'aken tho gtentner lay on the rocks near Samhro, Ilio Kova Scollart (joAst, twelve hoiira before the boat broke Is two find ellprrt'l oft the Icngo Into ilcep walcr, losing seven of tho crew. At present Only Hie smoke al.ick Is visible. CHOICE ROASTS of VEAL, Ib. 25c Our storage facilities and large turnover enables us to sell the best veal on the market at the above prices. CHOICE LEGS OF MUTTON, per ib. 35c CHOICE SHOULDERS of MUTTON, per Ib. 3Oc There is cheaper to be bought, but we don't Handle that grade. NEW LAID EGGS, 5Sc CHOICE CREAMERY Ib., 65c You save moneyion both these'lines. POTTED MEM; per Ib. 2Sc PklME DRIPPING, per Ib. 3Oc We Have a Nice Selection of MILK-FED TURKEYS, CHICKENS AMD FOWL You hear it in all iirst-class Hotels and Dining Cars, "Give me Shamrock, please." THE EMPIRE'S STANDARD HAM AND BACON Dominio.i Fish and Poultry Market, Phone 545 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 524 13th STREET NORTH GENERAL HARDWARE Palace Market H's Hint YOU mimw Pot Roasts of Beef 15, 18 20c Ctioioe Ooiliog Beef, per Ib, Ciioice Cuts of Veal, per !b, Stewing Heal, per Ib.- 15c fresh Dx Hearts; per !b, 12jc for 15c HEW laid Eggs, per ik 5Sc Cold Stresm Creauiery iiittep, 65c Watch our windows tomorrow, there is no object in you paying more than the above prices and the quality you get, can't be heat. 13th. StN. Phone 431 ;