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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta M.UUUI 25. ISIHl TI1K LET E DAILY J1EIULD PAGE NINE V.IENNA, March ed member c ,of ,t.Ke. allied missions In Budapest have been interned, inducing Cot. Vlx, the chfef of 1he mission, v according to here by automobile from the Hun- garian capital. Except for official there U no communical'on by telephone-between Budapest and Vienna. Karolyi to Blame PRAGUE. Mdrdi political circles litre H is dccUircl ret-ont in Hungary had long bwi nrrangeU-by CouitL Kiirolyi, who sur- ivudcYi'd Ms olticu ot pruvlsiunal jiroa- Ident In faVor .of- the proletariat gov- ernment. This cliaugo ol govern- ment, it in declared, -was a ixiUlicul mai.ocLivte. .COJujf unilnr tie name ot a soviet republic, the1 Hungarian H contomleiJ, Js really standing for uullunnUsni, vhauvinlsni and ilie. Hungarian .dk-t which lias al- ways Jsjspired all (lie Hungarian gov- ernments., whether (hey were heaiietl Liir the Jiite Count Tina, CouiH Karolyi or.oihere.' 111 view ol thle condition, the gov- ernments have ono cbjecl, the ot Uie Himgurlan races tivelr all-the others. Peasants Peaceful March offl- slaleint-iU from dated Monday, -March '24, ileclurtd that ports from the provinces showed ilia I peace and onlfer iirevalihif. Iu most of the large .towns, like Uebreczen. Kzombathely, Szen- Kesktmfclgyliaza and Herbbsiasz, tlie Socialists fiavc taken over'the ad- notice the size of the cake of Gold Soap when the grocer hands it to'you. It is the biggest as as the best cake of laundry soap for the money. You can't doubt it is bigger when you hold it in your own hand. You will not doubt that it is better when you use it. So remem- ber, the and ask for it. CpUf U in Procter Gamble at Hamilton, -ItU J J M- ml ate I ration, (he statement said. A council lias been lorined at Cecoketnet anil a revolutionary gov- ernment has been formed at Kassa, which Ua-i been occupied the ,ji, according to ihu government com misery's telephone He Dotso't Know It PARIS, March Paris news- ajjeri print with reserve a Gorman wirtless message statins lhat Pre- nter Kraniarz avd the other menders of the t'zedsu-Slo.'ak cublaet have re Dtjd, Dr. Krutnarz, who Is lo 1'arls 1 attendance at the peace confer- Mice, declares in an in the Matin that IIR nothing about any such resignation. HP lias no in- tuntiun of abandoning his pos'., he said. Disarm Ml Ml cm? VIENNA, March dispatch to the Neiie Kreie says that the mission to iluitancst has been ilia- armed and lhat a wireless inwsafie lias been sent to Nikolai the Russian Holshevik premier, announc- ing that the entente missions have left Iludanest. The message addeil: "French troops., filtered by llolstie- have been disarmed by us. Mu- tinies -liava occurred-in eome Freiieti regiments. "Tiio pliMsa 'the entente nations won the war, but lost Ihe peace' may come true if they continue to trample under foot and dismember the defeat- led pays the N'eue Freiu Preasc. TJio executive coinnritlee o' 'the workmen's courlcll of German- Austria, replying to the proclamation of the Hungarian, proleiarial, says it is of the opinion that afler the col- lapse of Smjierialieni in Germany and 1 Austiia Hungary, the imperialist vie- jtor.s are our chief enemies, if Hie Paris conference io offer vio- lonce to entire nations and to violate tfio rifibt of self-detenninalion it will nefct with ilcterwined reslatance from Jio workmen. "Unfortunately, your appeal lo us to follow your example can not he complied ivith, for ihc entente hns cut off our supplies. We would starve b'efore the Russian Soviets could help us. We, therefore, are In a worse jilig-ht than you, as'ive are completely dependent upon the entente." Armed Discipline March Hungarian commissary for military affairs, says J a Intdapest dispatch today, lias issued an order instructing all soldiers to re- join their units without dolay. "If the soldiers do not do their duty the Hungarian soviet republic Is he adds. "The revolutionary govern- ment rebukes armed discipline and it will create an army well equipped and disciplined." Count Karolyi, tn tahing farewell of the cabinet on Sunday, is quoted as saying: hag happened is a natural result of the blindness and ill-will with v.-hkh it was to ai-iussinate Hungary." Personally, said the rviirins proTts- lonel leader, he vrouM mpiwrt the leaders of the w iih all Ins strength and was williuK to work a.ud tervo as a private folJu-r. "1 he addt-J, 'that Hun- gary t-ould be saved only by lite inier- nationale." Karolyi a Bolshevist? PARIS. Much patches to Ihe Gazelle say lhat Count Karolyi, former premier of Hungary, has 1'tou nvgotiatiut; wilh the Moscow soviet government since tost Xoveiulier, through M. Hakovsky, Ihe Holshevtlt leader in with the object of introducing Bolshevism Into Hungary, Rumania and Jugo- slavia.. "Humania, wlilt-n is Ihe last ram- pgafnsl 'Holshcvirim, ts serlouily thrvateiicd by iiolshe- vifc troops and six Hungarian divis- ions." the dispatch says. "The allies should rush men, munitions and food there, for every hour may have serious consequences." Dispatches received at Berne say that Nikolai Lcnhie, the Russian Bol- shevik premier, .intends to send a delegation lo confer with M. Pogany, who-is Eald to be Ihe 'real ruling chief of Hungary, notwithstanding (ho elec- tion of the proletariat government." The Rumanians and Czecho-Slovaks arc reported lo toe mobilizing troops u ot being compelled to rein- force their frontier guards. Russians Get Busy PARIS, March Russian soviet government, according to the Matin, has sent a message to Budapest asking the new soviet gov- ernment ihero to detain the members of the French' military mission as prisoners. The Russian authorities it was added, desired this action with a view to bringing afcout the exchange of this i-Yonch mission for a soviet mission which the Russian soviet, au alleged had hcen held by the French authorities at Saloniti, Scheme Whereby, Every Pupil in City Schoofi Gels Start in Thriftiness 'ffofinlfte trwl simile falJan--------- mcinrntrtfjiomuiinj' peofk iltaoU hot 1C opportunity lo earn Mr mferul THOMAS WHITE, Minbk, Why They Are Buying WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS :The KoUSCWifc is economizing in comfortable ways and investing in War- Sayings Stampi at each this month. In 1924, when these stamps are at each, every dollar will have greater purchasing power. i The business man is cutting off unnecessary expenditures and buying War- f. (Savings Stamps. Ho knows money 1 ''aijje'ariy lime he really it, with added irrterest. for in five years is an excellent return on money otherwise idle, School Children are buying Thrift at 25. cents each and are filling their Thrift Cards in order to acquire War-Savings Stamp. helping their country and acquiring the habit of Thrift. the farms are buying W-S.S. be- feause the Government uses the money to finance export orders for the food raised on Capadian farms. This makes their market sure. t Men, women and children of all "and dondilions of life, are investing in W-S.S. The security is absolute and the interest i umisuajly high. Some day they will look back witli fjreat satisfaction to the day when they their first War-Savings You Bought Your Stump Today? Thfi Tlirifi Campaign Committee heM a meeting Slondajr atttrnoon at 5.30 at Ihe office ot the chairman, S. S. Dunham. Among the interesting reports -was the report of A. G. Baalim, the chairman of the school commil- lec. Not only have arrangements neen made in financing so that the teachers will hove the stamps for sale, tut tie following citizens have shown their interest In a more substantial war; that is, hv giving to each child a cord and a 2Sc stamp to start a Rav- ings account. .The following citizens are father' the finar.cir.g of the diffeTon chools assisted George B. Central school 17 uupiis: W., A. Buchanan, M.I'., chool, 311 puirils. Dr. S. Galbraith, Galbraith cliool, 301 pupils. Jlobt. Uvlngs'.on, Hardieville school r pupils. C. D. liowman, Westminster school 32 pupils. R. V. Gibbons, Convent separate chool, 100 pupils. _M. McMahon, Basil's sepirate chool. 294 pupils. H be announced later, dsn ng upon when the schools will re pen, as to when these cards win be reaenlert (o the children, and speak rs will eiplain why each ctiM Interested in the thritt cwnpalgn nd assist in doing his on tie f our governmfint. INSPECTOR MORGAN PROTESTS AGAINST THE DISCRIMINATION "I don't think ttie school chil- dren of arc being siv- wiuarc dent ID action he- ing taken the heillh board In closing (he schools and leaving other places declared Tn- s pec tor Morgan to tbe Herald Ihls morning. cverylhtrtg should he closed: op light or everything should lie left open. lilscrimEna- lion Is Tvrong. The schools have Jost enough tlmo this year and should not he singlet! oat." Mr, Morgftn things that if a tlos- Tng order Ts made H should he such lhat It woukt hurt everyone and (hen people would take llie utmost care lo combat the spread of the fpidetnlc. Hut If only few' are ciostil up people arc jual as careless na ever, and the few stand (o lose heavily much good really hefnp done, "H this were a children's aald Mr. Morgan, "it would be Quito right to close the schools alone. But It Is not, they joet as likely to Ur and iren more so bj- playing togathe on the streets and In each other's they If they W6fe In acliool." board has been Appointed, at to liear cldinianis trhb suffe Josses when Lii ail Anil vras sunk. By Express Today Correct in Style, Quality and Price. Suits SeDug at.. and up to The Capes are Selling at to Coats Selling at... and up We invite you to come and see the Very Fine ouses, Skirts and Dresses }ust received and put into stock This Dolmtn is Selling it (35.00 Select Your Easter Garments Now and We Wffl Hold Them for You THE SIMPSON CO. Umited uite a Crowd to Greet Them at "They Were Quite a crowd gathered at the sla- on to meet the 4.16 Irain Monday, brought, lo the (ollorinE rc- rncd men: Pte. P. McFarland, of the Princess its, who went over in April 1917. He R msn, well known in ootball circles, playing with the lamrocks and with the North ridge teams. Pte. Harrti'e, son of Jlayor ardie, who went with the 47lh hat- ilion from Victoria, B.C., and later as transtemd to Ihe 29th battalion. Sent. 11. Taylor, son of ilr. Oil Mrs. Hugh Taylor, is-bo belonged j the. 4th Division Signallers, and overseas In September 1915. Corp. George Stephens, ot Leth ridge, who went over in 1917 and attached to the 3rd Canadian Rail ray troops. J. Tunnah, who went with the Lett bridge Kiitica In 1916 from camp, and was Jater attached to tha 2nd Machine Gun battery. of the KHtles of Lethbridge, who later served with the th Labor battalion. Pte. S. Parks, of Ihe battalion, of Lethbridge, who is going on to 'ancouver. Pte. Hawson, ot tha 21st Irom' llaclcod, -who belongs to Cretton, B. Sapper E. of the Pion- eers, whose home is at Coalhnnt. lie. C. JIcGulgan, of tha 3rd Infan-- try .works company, of HiUcreat, who went overseas In 1916. Three hundred of the men who came over !n tho Scotlan sot oil tbe train at Regina. COSSACKS WIN ft AN ANTI-INFLUENZA SERUM of vlnt- h lent InHnenta -which tie treated' 4 in this way among the staff and 6 of a sanatorium all 4 recovered and without suffer- Mte ot Professor Edward de> Taletm's as-rival and reception, there were some miliUry aottvWes hi Dub- lin on Monday. Tie newiptper states tfcat armored can linanl tnta a ateaaMT dvlaai thv day rttl that Uwtr.veeMie of Dublin attracted mocn atteaUoa. DOrff WASTE, DONY STARVE Save aft the ioodyoucAn Europe 2O million tons aire needed-] dont stunt the growing bodies of children by giving them poor.indigesiibie food. In Shredded Wheat: you We every partide of ike wholewheat prepared ronn-noTttunj nothing more real nutriment