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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta n�o�^ved. A lite Imprito&ment gen; TBC'maes of Jthejfour'XBen; niuiw.'tii'-^ re*t'% ft"cfiiir�� ottrcibmi^ th^ Oceaib LimlteP' of f lfr;� SU imvriBot-. cases were ott itfce dopk-6t and !tJJr>ee'Miei|tence5j,'fle death and two of lite impriSQiymcnt have been tmposedi'-; "^'tAf" n... ��. > Oliver Wardhansh of Belleville died quite suddenly at lilib bonne as a result of a clot^'Of blood; at the.Hnee af-fetetlns the^i&frcttlator7>�yBtem. If Y�?�;%ipyGoda Coffee DO THIS.- - . TT SEAI* BRAND ^ Then In iftakin;. tlW ^MUMpoonfiil ^opffiii ; ^ 'Ctch CUD diiiKd, pourbollmg watfr on ib tniiMM, cImt %m�h  dMl�-4f~MU miib>>i .Yout ilMbr ��lb "SEAL BRlAND-^W^t tH4. lMnMti against the iniprlsonmsnt without arraigning of trial, ot persons arrested for political offences in Ire^ land,. has. not yet been presented. to the''Premier because of his illness which will preclude him from tran-SBCting-^ate buslneas fora day or fWb longer. ' ? ^ther officials :&t number ten Down* Ing Street said today th^t tney were unwilling to suggest what. If any,''action tHk premier might take with regard to the message. : VANOOXWEm^Mfy 5-^onfirmaition !i>f0i�^t�tBU^^4lw4)f.he- is reitiriug froin ^(dfB�fil#.f^ije granted ,r.; , ilpi;nfi�rence'pf ambasrsfldors td theFH 'l^rtatl'^bjeibtidgns to tbo terms o^d --oifed^ pe^jtsd treaty was defivel Irftemodn to the secretary of th�* i^'Hufigarian de)e!gatilpn at Versailles,)!-:; ��'jWcitDierthe'tert of the reply nor the earetiiag letrt^:'was given out, .butIt 'M'Wmed tbftf the reply is'negwtlve ito^tae demand-of the Hungarians tor 1^ yc�t� to the^teirriborles which' thje (looted treaty removed from Hiui*^ flffebs Hungarian delegation'^aa, giveni JO'days, dating from.tJii^ monrow. to,r�ply* � The. aimbasfBtdors liatened to the r*-; fpj�rt of SlRGhartes Marling, presidMiit of thO-ln|ii�wfyiea commlBslon, for iw pIebisolte\^'l|ai) ^hleswig on tlieV-nOii bound'cl>e' fixed as a 'result'�ii tho vqte, S,1$e questmn is very; oon^' plicated'in i,view at the variations'in' the vote^ln the.different regions ]�of fi^hleswlgS and vlll be considered fur^ therby the ambas.3adors after hear--inig General .cnch member, of the/.coramitte�. KiDNcys; AND MINft IN THE BACK , OTTAWA, May 5.-fttort ia being made to baVe the'; bud'- ifi^tob't'yet beenadeterntlnie^i! * ^ ^ ^ j� ^ �4& y n ^ rr TOOK two fears to perfect tiie ooattnftoh HonteymoonGliocolates. The ai>petizin||:find delicious flavors of tliecentrearfto further to enrich the o^pleted chocolate. FcrThoa^WfwCan/ The Walter W. SKaw CemPaJ^rlimitea MOOBB JAW� �Uk. , ;fc guarantee. AiIdraM: irii* ftiMMaT Dnis A Ckaaiieal Co. ( Cauda. Ltd, Toroate U.S. Addi�iM NaJ)<�C�, Inc., ;202 MoW S|.V .   .-poffalD. N^. HELP THE BABIES! TAG DAY, MAY 15 A^ether yo�<,buy your ;giQ(^et ptnoh^; or oMerbyphone, insist upon getting Kell logg s Toasted ConiiriBJcesiVTOppe^ in good- - ness-guardihg'nVaxtite^^moi8ture,pro6fJaci^^^^ ^es. They -combine to bring^your table the^ nch, delidous/inimitaUeflovdr fresh from the pvens Jn,Qi|r Torontd-Kittheni. Bt iiiie of bothr,-Keitogg!ii.^^^^ by. thia signature- Rellosg's Praduets~-T4istid Oora PIUKMp-Shred* ded Krumblea-Knimbled Bran~-�re mi^ejil ffu? . new modernised ridtchens^ at TORONTO fad o/woy* wrapptd "Waatite"--Sold Bvcfywhene, TOASTED CORN FLAKES BATTLE CREEK. MICIL TORONTO*. CAN. President of Board of Trade Declares Unemployment is Growing Less LONDON, May 5.-(Canadian AsiAic-iated Press)-Sir Robert Horne, president b� the boaidiof trade,' speaking Ht a dinner of the liondon ChanlberJot; Commerce, said that the present stafe, of British trade showed that the lif^t-' ion could go forward with the greatest confidence. Unemployment he said', was today lower than at any period during the war, although about 800,000 more people were now eng&ged in industry. About 85 per cent.of tjie r^ turned soldiers had now been absorbed in,Industry. Amodg the guests were Sir George Perley, Canadian high commissioner, and Sir Lomer Gouin, premier Quebec. . LL SELL GOLD HARNESS JUST THREE MORE DAYS OF THIS MID-SEASON SALE mMm MADE SPECIAL PREPARATIONS j=X)R UNUSUALLY ACTIVE BUYIlilG; I FOR THE NEXTTHREE DAYS AND STRONGLY URGE EVERY WOMAN WHOi WANTS TO MAKE HER DOLLARS GO AS F^AS^ ^ LY FROM THESE STOCKS, IN MERCHANDISE FOR THE HOME OR FOR PERSONAL USE. t ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ALL OVER' THE STORE,: THROUGHOUT , EVERY DEPARTMENT. ARE SAVINGS TOTALLING 10 to 30 PER CENT. OF ORIGINAL ' PRICES ON THE FmESTMERGHAfiDISE OF THE SEASON. ' ' Adyertisemeht in Dutch Indicates Ex-Emperor is in Need of Funds THE.HAG.UK .May 5.-(By Associat-ied Press)-Horses, carriages and'biar-hess'"bfiibnging to the former German EiupeVor, including a set of gold mounted harness presented to him by the Pope are offered for sale in a display advertisement in last night's HaudelBblad. Tho advertisement is signed only .with a number, '{mt it is agreed' to furnish photographs ,and further information. So far as the Associated Press Is able to learn, no doubt exists that it is Count Hohen-zpUerlu himself who is disposing of the goods.' For some time past nim-ors has had it that the former Emperor's linaucial condition h^s not been thriving. . ' ' HELP THE BABIES! fAG DAY, MAY 15 This Splendid Stock of YARD GOODS Finest dress goods and silks, staples and wasK goods, curtain marquisettes, cretonnes, blankets, etc. Selling at 20 PER CENT. OFF. All The New TRIMMED HATS Handsome French and American Pattern Hats that are confined exclusively to this stdre for Lethbridge and shown here in only one model of .a kind. Regularly priced at $12.50 to $25.00. Three days more at 20 PER CENT. OFF.  Complete New Stocic of * READY-TO-WFAR Suits and Coats, Skirts and Dresses in the finest show- ; irtg of these outer gaiments in Southern Alberta, featuring the very latest and most approv�J styles for the ^ season's wear. 20 PER CENT OFF. Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Underwear Stocks that are now complete, in. every detail and- feat- [ uring in many instances lines which could not how be | replaced at' our. regular, selling. price. 10 PER CENT. OFF SCORES OF OTHER LINESWHIGH SPACE DOES NOT PERMn' MnNTIQN^O^' Ha^, lii;:UJD2D AT BARGAIN PRICES FOR THE J^EXT THREE DAYS. PRICES IN MANY INSTANCES ARE AaUALLY LESS THAN PRESENT REPLACEMEteVALUES. . � - . �SZM'-AKKUAL MlD-SEAbON 19 ;