Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE. LETHBRIDC.F. DAILY HKIUl.D FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 19U Bolshevist 'Marriage' Rules Thip is prorUiroki by Tr.e former owaers any 10. Etch man wijliiuf to use a piKe o! public should leaver ct til? IVtor.ei OpuBiiuc-t, the or the of iisitu wires with Social ar.J Inarriases havicff a youdiiioa in wMi-h served ai an iiiiiiJ- rueoi IB hands of ifct ihanka u> vrhk'h all the ihe beautiful have been p: of ihe tho and are proclaimed lo of the whole ntUon, n and nunaje iU fc f I !u jH organic iLMis. are transferred to Snriictt Auarchisis' Club. In ihp family clwi. _ 11. wortiuf pVig- ej to discount 2 csut trojji his to tbt died ot putoHc action. eommKttp !a wilt put funds whh ihe spedftcatiOM of names and Hits, into the elate acct otTior htoding 4ovn, these jvopuli AU5TRO- -51. GERMAN UNION 4 VTA. Of Austria wnl' ot the imioo PI >i ili Ger- -nary, 1i on WIT lo Tlie newspapers Hi ot import- it rminecl by the s'nitl ac- to r. Tiii? cpcreo does not af-ect children. i 11 Mate cot belongEcf: to thfc working iu order to have filial rights ihf proletariat oblige A to pay into tho i labile fucd- The local trinch of bsni U to Kvin to the Renfcration H. All women by this decree u> IJP uMionM property will re- ceive froju the funds an allowance cl per mentii. AH women who be-comc uant are re'eassJ their du- ties for four mcmi'ds, up to ihrea before. cue month atier, childbirth. The rhildreu born are givtu tn an for after they are one month oW, wlieve tiiey ute to be trained and educsied liier are i7 ye-.-rs o' age at the cost ihe public fuiidr? 17. In the case ot the liirtTi of twins the tuoilier is 10 receive priie of IS. All men and women, are oblisrtd carefullv to ivtitvli their health, Those who are guilty of spread- ing venereal disease will vie heU! re- and ssverdy Women having their health may apply to ;fae sovkn for ;t pen- sion. The chief of the will i be in charge of the ttctini-j 1 t'al measures 10 the realiza-' lion of this decree. i ;2. AH Ktutiog to recosnire anil juppor( this decree will Is prodaimo-1 of ihe people counttr-' and will be hi'U strictly 1 (Sfgned> j Council o( tlia City ot Saratotf. Vnions Sir Albert Stanley Mean Increase in Rates March delayeil of-1 fklal statement which has just heEn) made pubUc ?bon-s ihe avoragf earn-, 1 iugs ol railwaymeu in 2S1 1 Ftunings six pence a wce'it and that I tliey were increased durin? the war j by shiliirgs. In addiiion to this, I it is Paid thai ac S-hour day was granted. These Increased earnings 'and the hours labor, it Is j added i'75.POM00 to the annnnl con operating the to I which may be atlded due 10 tlie iticreaseii con ol miterials. i The siaiemcn: sets forth details of the men's present demands, "which, it if said, would cost a year. At a of the ihe unions o! railwaymen with Albert Stanley, presideni ot the board of trade; Sir Home, minister of labor, and other goveru- _ mc-nt officials yesterday, concessions vere offered to the mon as regards 11 wages. Among other things they I i offered a 43-hotir weetc a conlinu- lance of their present wages until the 1! end of the current year. Tliis menus, it if declared, an increase ia mil-way 11rates. P INDIVIDUALITY In Every Line Of These Smart Spring Styles in "Queen f Quality" Garments To choose one of these suits, coats or frocks, is to acquire instantly an air of distinction. The models'we present are genuinely attractive. They have, come to us direct from the designer and are as new as the date on today's calendar. You; are sure lo like them.' CMore new cases will arrive early next week. All these Queen Quality garments are better than ever in everything that goes to make a fine cosUime. Many ladies are calling to see our Mr. Bernard about ladies' custom tailor- ing.. You surely will'have a splendidly tailored and stylish suit if you let him make it. FRED THAELL ,608 Third Avenue South. 11 Priority to Government Mess- i! ages Cfases ship Over in Month LONDON'. ;i agencies say with ei' :jtroine jiU-asure tiiat riglits'of goveru- nient dcpartmenls to prlotlty in i oi-e ot cablei is to be immediately 'drastically reduced. Government and n on -government messages be stnt; at alternate balf-liours.' N'o conimer-] tial or cables could-previously be until all ages were The result often was that government Tvork oc-! cupied ihc cables for hours with- iout coating. The Canadian Asocial- i ed underFtanils iliat the i press bureau anil censorship wiil I a 1 The Daily Mail declares, that some folk ivant the Iiureau kcnt alive (r> t spoon-fed newspapers with matter tiio .jgovernmtnt -.vottM like iirinied. The Mail says the countrv will never loler- it. ISIEELUB to-Wear Arriving Daily A fine Display Now Ready for your Approval lite Hrpwpo QlniiMK? Qkirto Ho, DlUuoW, ofllllo PRICES VERY MODERATE IN EVERY CASE COATS AND CAPES Of. (iciest velours, wool poplins, ln-oadclollr, serges acd homespuns; Priced as low as and up to THE SWELLEST SUITS OI scrRce, poplins, tricoltne. and gah- e'nilncs, braided or plRtu, with or without bl'H. Priced at and up to You Should See the Pretty Serge and Silk Dresses NEW YORK STYLES IN DRESSES Made of georgette and satin in taupe, French army blue, burgundy and reseda Tho pret- tiest, dresses of (he season. Priced at up to SOME PRETTY WOOL JERSEY DRESSES These popuUr dresses come in taupe, CA AA copea and sand. Priced at and FINEST FRENCH SERGE DRESSES iVery New Stylei at and J4000 Other. >t ind The Eiaster Blouses Are Being Opened Out Today The sts-les, shades and Irimratngs are too numerous to (eature now lint ire Iho ladles Ic cnll and look them over. You akc tlravcr. ke t.av. Kor the balance ot c-i All Ctre- fully Packei) and FrtijSt Prepaid, 54.00 BAWDEN BROS. GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS Sanitary Baking In fins, close even grain oak frame, fitted ivllh a bars woo'l top which can tic iiolkher! w :i linfn-Kkc whlteuepB, a tnUcry Otswers, culling lioarrl. lare-? cupboard, j-nirftary base. A etroTiK. serviceable limi-- ftmi rractftal use in Thn kitthen. Spcdat M2.-0 KITCHEN abijve, glass door (op. iipscially r-Hcfii" at 35.00' HULL BLOCK. WASillXDTOX. March 2l.-Agree- H 111 rrnrnHlflll hicni on of steel K VU hTIIrKfi prices, providing fnr a rcrluction In tho I I If i LULIlfl I IUI1 present prices ;for the commodity, reached lale last nighl by rcpresenta-; live? of thp steel Irirtmtry ansl tlin i fndu.-trial Itoanl of 1'te clcpartnicnt of j commorcc. The neiv jiriccs are for the year anil are to be effective At onco. The partial the new prices pie Inn. ponnris. lation and liavlng been dependent in tho past pn IridU" ni. the neAKst source of sapplf, iniist lie rcgardtA as possessing a superior claim on the bal- ance ot tho rico crop nol required lit Inrlla or the United Klnhdom. Ac- no Hcenaes he graia-ju for the shipniont of'rice on private coimt except to tlie lollowing: Artoii. I Ceylon, Kgypt, Straits SettlemcnlR, Federated Malay Mauritius. SGychcllcs, Reunion, Xanzihar, Kast iron rnfltirpii tn l orM Ktdcration was heM yesterday I Afric.i. South Africa, I'erBia and r.rtuteu to al Hussell liotel, and Persian Gulf OTTAWA, March The liral convention of the JJomlnfon Public 3W a I dtlcgates rcpresonUng tissoclatlous in i lo places w'iii Ite limited lo a ''Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, llamil- quantity representing a substantial rc- iunrlretl 'r'nr'a, Ottawa n-ero present. _ and on Hie average shipments of jrt-cont yean. Kor the prescnl, Ihere- 3J.I5 potmds. Siruciural pounds. The prltc trf iron ore. f. o. b. Krio at Ihfl prc.scnl rale, in casi: are! fhpnrrrl. in yucli an ihe price he reduced or increased accord- The following officers were elected for Ihfr coining year: T. G. Malhieson. Vice-president: 0, A, Hlckman. Secretary'trensuror: S. McOarrey. Asgistant'sccretary: J. II. Holers. Kxccntlvo committee: Drovr- Winnipeg; Cunningham, 'Vk-torfa; T. ol.ion, Hamilton; 'A. i A. Harper, Montreal, and J. K. l.ovls, BEER REFERENDUM IN QUEBEC, >PB1L 10 NO RICE FROM INDIA fore, the export "of rice from India will not be permitted to Hie United Australia, Canada, Dutch Kast Indies, Japan and China, and places not men- Honed as excelled under the problhl- lion.' EX-EMPEROR CHARLES WILL NOT RESIDE IN SWITZERLAND March Kmperor Charles' en- tourage deny the roport that ho liar (JCKHKC. March Wal'er .Mitfhtll provincial r'ce local hf c- consumption" f c-onserv- soug'nt permission to live In Switzer- land. One of the officials said tortoy: _............. (........___ _ "Tho imperial couple themselves trfjamrfr. of the shortagc''of the harvopt, have not made such a rcciuest, and ytalcrday thai tho to lack of rain, the (lovernment of their departure is not planned for Ihr: ob beer and on April -In. decided, lo prohibit the ex- i 4 of rico frorrj India except to countries "vhirh, on accounl of a. considerable Indian popu- present Tho former omporor press desire to reside in (lerman-Au trla if there are no disorders or oul- I'AHIS. Msrcli inler-allltrl aerial commlnsloii haa a sub commlsjlon at work eUhortllng Hie proposed Inlemallonal air tt in hoped thai Its labors will bt completcii within a week nnd the suits presented to the peace ence. From Hie program roado by the It ttppetrj that tho n'ropoul (3 to submit traffic by sir routes to virtually tho rules Bround rules, H is planned lo pre- lect the. customs right of various countries by landing at. Die (rnnllori rnaklns II obligatory for pilots to land liefore passing from rmii country, to another In order Ihnl ciwlcms formalities may ho com- piled with at such Innrllne points. 0, T. H. PRESIDENT IS IN CANADA "AUKAX. X.sHia'rcli lin.-AinonK the civilian arriving on the llallln was II. Kt-lly, prcsWeni of Orand Trunk Unilway. lett by special car attached to (lie Mnrlllnw Kxprcss.