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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta wednesday, november 20, 1018 the LETi-mnrooE daily herald PAGE FIYT L For Persons Affected by* Closing Down of War Industries- Many Already Placed OUawu, Nov. 20.-The department, of labor is rapidly piepnring to as-HlBt in ovary possible way in placing men and women wlio am deprived oE their employment by roiiHon of the closing down of our war industries. WookH ago a careful nuivey was taken of all munition)* plants, as to probable .raductlonn In staff when war r.houlld cease. This invRHtigation conducted by tlio ('.miida registration board of which lion, (iidcon Hoboi'tnon. minister of labor. Is chairman, showed that three-fourths of all the munition workers in Canada were In the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Outside these two provinces, the demand will probably absorb all the labor released. Senator Robertson expressed satisfaction over the fact that employers gonorally endorse the suggestion and agroo that there must not. for , the present, nt. least, be any reduetioTi In wiikcs. One of those largo intercxt.i today Issued notice to its affiliated firms that It had guaranteed to absorb 10,000 men and to maintain present standards of wages voluntarily. A conference wl'l) provincial repn-. -tcntul Ivon began yesterday in I lie offices of the labor department, with a view of extending government bureaus to all provinces ami to materially aid in assisting to Hnd employment for both the oivllfan and the returned soldiers. Kuril province has a direct, administration ami a central clearing house In to be maintained at Ottawa under the direction of thR deportment of labor. TUIIwayR, lumbering and mining industries, manufacturing plants, bunks and large departmental stores are being canvassed to aseertain the. number of employees enlisted overseas, whether they are to lie reemployed on return and to what extent, present employees will be discharged. Thousands of laborers who have families in Ktiropc who were unable to return during the war will be inquired into. This exodus will further relieve the labor situation In Canada If fhey decide to return to tho Old Country. 10 OPEN BRANCH IN Winnipeg. Nov. 2.-The Koyal Hunk of Canada has decided to establish a branch at Vladivostok. II. ('. Uae, manager of tlio chief Koyal Hank of Finance In Toronto, until two years i ago Winnipeg manager of the hank. I will have temporary charge of tliN ! Important, department, tie will not remain in Hiberia, but will mak the. Initial investigations there and return trft'nnndii, leaving o'flcers of the institution to carry on the Mini-Hess, AT THE COLONIAL. II. W, Milliard has resigned his position of county court clerk at. .\Wn-neilosa which he bold t'nr^s, years. AT ONCE Government Paper Controller About to Order Cutting Off of Unpaid Subscriptions. At ft public haarinc In Ottawa last week In connection -with paper con Hcrvatlon, the Government Paper Controller for Canada Intimated that regulations about to bo issued would Include ono \ to the effect that: "Publishers of daily niwipipen muit oeaee sending thedr newspapers to sue qrlbera three months in arrears unless subscriptions be definitely renewed and all arreara fully paid." Tor obvious rrnnonx tho Government insists that paper shall be saved \ and proposes that only those who pay for their publications shall re cflve theni. tinder these regulation* the Herald will have no choice Id tee matter of dealing 'with subecrlp- tlona In arrears for over tone months. /There are many other restrictions imposed, but this ono in the most Important. Therefore, be- twoou cow and the end of the year The Herald x subscription Hat must be put on a pald-In-advancf baej*, in order to comply with the governmental order. We know this order will aceeptod as a necessary rosiilt of conditions with paper making Industry. U'e are all in honor bound to carry out our share of ihe conservation mote m�nt. So if you are In srroars, please pay up at onco to prevent a discontinuance of your' sub-fturlpUon. Pleaae do not watt for a bill-simply refer to tfco address label. SUBSCRIPTION HATES MUST INCREASE: The latest Increase ou tho cost of paper means that tho Herald will pay about 16,000.00 more for paper during the coming year than last year. An � city, (he new I'll I i lonlul Theatre will reopen Its doors', las soon as tho "flu" ban is lifted,1 I with a metropolitan bill compote:) of ' modern vaudeville and Keature Photo-i plays. I Realizing that the public nowadays are demanding variety in their entertainments, .Manager Brown of the Colonial has completed nriaugem"tits with a number of top notch vaudeville artists who will appear during flu- season ill. the Colonial. Th" vaudeville bills will be amalgamated together und. I Al Horde, second comedian with th" company, for the pa:" ' lifted generally throughout ;!ie south starting Thursday in some |>:nu. ate! emit inning throughout the we!; l.oc:1! theatre men would Iii-:,. openim: is not allowetl till Monday. Tiny realize tha* a too-early openinu of the theatres and imblic me'tinus uii'-iil ' letiil In a 1 �eenitb' a-em ,. of 'he di."i 1 � � '. A. li. t it ', was dei'iib'd not 10 aeconiuiod.'t" 'flu j case.,, but 1 bis nil.- later ]i;tei|, al ; though the autlioritie.. pre;. 11 � ! T li.it � the nii'jorit> of ilv t11. 1. ,,nd in put ou tiieir ofi- Tuxedo Baking Powder,' Ifroz. tins, each ............... 20c Nabob Baking Powder. 12-or. tins, each ............... 25c Royal Crown Washing Powder, 3-pound pockets, rrr.h > . . 27c r>ecrlcs-> Soda Biscuits, packet ,-.t...............35c Evaporated Apr'ccts (unpittcd), 2 pounds fcr......... 35c Evaporated Apricotr. ichoicc pitted), pcund.......3'lc FRIDAY WE DEI.MFP. THE GOODS. Evaporated LoQinbcr ries (in packets), each ......... 33c Pure Gold Salad Dress'tig, 1 for .................... 25c Clark's Tomato Soup, 3 tins for ................... 39c Lilac Rose Toilet Soap, 3 bars for .................... 33c E. P. S.iuce, bottle ........ 20c Eunliqht Soai. 7 for ...... 50c Fleishman's Yeast. 2 for.... 5c JONATHAN APPLES No. 1, Wrapped, Good Stock, $2.60 Delivered Delivered 1 in BE WATCHFUL OF pidcmic is that las be, 11 ','�� hail ! on! side Tin n t here of 1 lie local doctors 1 ntalad;> .1' one time 1 ; addition to this the;. er.itiiiK ims"> until alt was over. The whole pcul; tile revenue of the hospital 1 gn atly Interfered w |fh. hoped lii gn tin oiigh a �  '>' williout culling on tin- � i'; for but 111" epidemic Will like!;. Ill,ike till-! impo�-lbl'�" i (ii.iii'nian Mnrtei!-, Wright to the Herald thi- iiioniiiiL' in j explaining the spuati-u'. i Provincial Situation IMmmiton, Nov. ;:u.- i'li,. Mmisli r jot; li.'i.lUi. t,n'l.e�i:ilf of hot!; public ; : health ollices. handed out the ndlou  ! ttill statement at noon today: . Their- were but 1 new ca.-c- report j id yesterday from the province. [ii>- i . total number of cases reported to date ; Iglgudson'sBaBllPi^anBja STATE MONOPOLIZATION OF BANKS AND INDUSTRIES Zurich, Nov. 20.-The German Socialist proflram, aceortiino to Vorwuerts of Berlin,-provides for state monopolization of all banks and industries of any importance. vaudeville bills will he presented at each show at the ('omnia!, in addition to the usual Id;; photoplay feature programs, London, Nov. in.--i I'.ritish Wiivle�s Service.)-Germany way. not. because.............. view*, hut because she knew she was ; district declared (lie DISCHARGE ALL MINERS Washington. Xor. ~i>. -Army ramp commanders were ordered today to discharge forthwith sill anthracite miners who desire to return to the mines. About T.")0t� men are affected. CROSS, FEVERISH CHILD IS BILIOUS i'iis:erlv deaths and wi ..terly. vest- rday In Look, Mather! See if tongue coated, breath hot or stomach sour. "California Syrup of Fi(js" harm tender-stomach, liver, bowcla. can't j:i.u72. The new places H-poning in the end "live i aT lI"'4'"- i>�me!y: ltreinner Stat-he changed her'10" Kninhnw l'** ""''e -V Hyley , . (liutrict -Ti;. i'iiere wen- registerm! t M. i absolutely beaten, declared (he Karl I ��� i'�'Ki--'i'�r ��'> Including Monday the 1Mb. III.' one- of the nrltlsii peace delegates, i 'tenths due to the Mil 1 In a ftpcerh in London fodav. Lord i Road Overseers Reading uttered a warning and said: Tin- repott* trom the toad ..verier* the allied countries should rontlmm to!''"""1'" :>'. A few facts from ttie m;-,w\ r 1,,.,,,,-al territory "The Germany which is now noxious I 1'"'' which .lames Itoiiiuson. general ( ^.j,,.,.,. %v,1.(. ,lv, !to full In with the views of our conn- 'o-'"' foreman. M-dicme Hat..-ends in.-; v|ljn|,v. trv." lie j-aid. ehas vet to ,how bv lu-fi ""J' !1 ' ;i Meh..sio\-| .rh(, ,,r.A board 1� in touch ! action and not mei'vlv ,bv one dav or | "red Ills district He second tune. I"lu,Ul ,,. ,,,..,t boards a-kuu; for i-'.two dins or a voar or two years that j�"� Ciro^ventie district, no n-.v j ...... and will a. i a -..ion � it the whole spirit of Germain- has | developed all others recovering I In'| ,., ^f,, W|lh ^.f^r,.,,,.,. tl, Ml regul.i-! changed, as we wIhIi it to change lie-1 newburg. district situation gradually (|l|tl,.^ (fore we can ever believe In our hearts j improving', three hud . uses ot ptieii I _ ------ ' iliat (ierm.iin has chan-i'd fron- wh�. 1 nioiiln still, being attended to by lir. | Ml was l,,.,.,,-;. the w�r." , Kl,l,er of l.w Inc. At .loscpuMiu. r. ; i "When reading the Herman foreign ">l�-'-l>i'oved. nobody, 1 secretary s message regarding the ar- '� everybody l.a reinm- from .ill .nc Hal. ,.ie peace, as in war. we must remember �" >'�'� ">''">.>! X't .online.l lo bed , what lits happened. We imisi lake to "lie case of pneumonia still being at-I our heart ft the lesnona of the paM. We � teiule dby U; do not reiiulre revenge. Fian.e lint*! 1"'"' �'"�"'- developed till; week and,'!. I not asked for revenge. What we did : tl"*r,> wu" """ all\- speaking they were in favor, of a �a-'onab!e io'erpre);]iinn of the n-gu-iation. ivhi'ii peup',,. ;h-i. oni dde at safe ! dislaiii c � trimi oilier- A- to iiintiiining .m; provincial ;cg-! illation oi pa-iiiga new i ligitiat io;i the jiouiiiiii of niunii-Ipallilc-. whether city. town, village- nil a! Mioiiid ai" under t he -i itules or .-barter =. to whiiii ict--r. m ha- alr.-.id;.' h. en i made in the press. North of the Hip-llb.it was drawn -.ciiool t. aclt.-rs maj | as well mil' "no told that there is po probability of the siinril- hi-iiig open e;| before Mon lay. Iieiemlier '_'nd. The *�!it.' battle is now north ot tin- Kd-monloii line, and mn>tly in the easf cm part ot the province. Dr. It'vcrs of High Itlver i- doin;; ."idendli! v.ori; north of Shandio. has I day-, in i tile llnpi ovi-ied hospital ill Shtiudi"! ----- but hoped to lie to work shortly. , I'oubtle..- if you are � sufferer Mrs lOiie] r.-ttirnetl Inst evening fl'""i indigestion, you have already from hruniheiter. where the sltuiitiou (tried pepsin, bismuth, sodn. ebnrcoal. ha* cif.it'eil ..ml will prohahi; !); .-.-nt on a r.ivini; co:nni!s*inu thioiigh the i It STOMACH TROUBLE Neutralizes Stomach Acidity, Pre-vents Food Fermentation, Sour, Gnaay Stomich and Acid Indigestion. ' I nndui:. Nov. two j persons have b charge, m ills- wisii and what wa were determined lo have, botii in Franco and Knglaud and in nil the nations associated In this great cause, waft that justice should be meted out with those will) were responsible for the awful horrors of the lust tour and ojie-liulf years. "I rei'iil) in ili KlUvviiti'i- trlct is'absolntelj clear of the disease. Kugle Itutte is also dear of the disease. In the (ierniun settlemenlnoitii-piiv of Mnnyberries, all are up and doing well. ' At Manyberries At Manyh.-rncs town one pew i ,i,.e ( developed during the i^eek. of a mild early ilny* of the 'M"'- At Orion one serious case removed ui the Hut on Friday hi-l. nil Al .Mlnda on the lli-d (iuanl;. i; >v t!l" '" �rl*"a"more lof't'y' Vnd more j aeiidemy ot medicino of this cit breath is bad, stomach sour, look at �",,lt! s�lrl1 unions the peoples of the ! ter considering the u�es and iilmscs 'the tongue, rtndher' If coated give wor' fould undeifttond each of the mask a week ago Sunday pass-a tcaspoonful of this Imrmless "fruit.>>�'tter; who would have greater ed a resolution supporting It. Cenet- j Itt(�tiv�." and in a few hours all the l0Vt1 for each other as members ,of p----- --- - ~ j foul, conatipnted waste, sour bilo and humanity and wlio would i , umliResfed food passes out of the ' 'drive together to concentrate all thai . 1 bowels, and you have a well, playful there is in them for the preservation i child again. When tho little �ys-! � liberty and in particular for Jus-j - tern is ful of cod, throat sore, lnpi'iice in the world of tho future and j Pape's Diapepain at once ends sour. dloniach-neho, diarrhoea, Indigestion, j for tin' progress of humanity." ness, gists, acidity, In- eolic-remember, u, good "inside' If this should nomo about, Ijord j digestion. Heading concluded, out of the war: --- must coniii a benefit to all in the) Viidlgested food! humps of pain; drugs and varloti* digestive aids, and yon know these things will not cure your rroublc-in some cases do net even give relief Ihn before giving up hope and ib ildiiig you are rf chronic dyspeptic just try tlie effect of a little hlnur-atcil inagm'ftiii -not the ordinary com menial carbonate, citrate, oxide or inll).'. but the pure blHiuiited mag ncfia, which you can obtain from piactii ally any druggist In �-Hli�-i j.oivder* d or tablet form Take a teas]Kionful of the powder or two cotnprct'Sed .tablets with a li'tl. water after your next meal, ami ...... what a difference tht*. wind, i flatulence, heartburn and the blom-jii--Several hundred'ed or be.ivy. lumpy feeling that n aiTi-icil In Vienna ' seem.- to follow must everything you er.l. Vim will find that provided you take a little Msuraied magnesia Im mediately after a moal. you can eai almost anything and enjoy It without any danger of pain or discomfort to follow, amd moreover. th� continued use of the blsuraied mug-ni-ia cannot injure the stomach in any way so long us tfcere are nti> symptoms os acid Indication. I A BDLSHEViKI GOVT. conspiring with tlii-to proclaim .; Itnl-tu \ il.f according to dispatches ('o|)cnhagcii am! trail-. milled , b> tin- Kxehunge 1'clegrapb Coititiau.v. 'lii" alleged conspirator", among whom was l'.uil Frledlnnder, leader of the i'oiiiniunl-Uc pnrtv, also pl..niiei| jo occupy tip- govern llielit IlllildillstA ' �� cabinet. mid to arrest tin . THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL THE NOVELTY THEATRE UPSET STOMACH cleansing'' should w+ways be the first treatmont given. ^Illllonn of mothers keep "C.allfor-) nla Syrup of Figs" liundyi they know a teuspoonful today saves a sick child i tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,' 'which has directions for babies, i^hll-j dron of all agus and grown-ups print-' nil on tho bottle. Bowaro of counterfeits nold here, so don't bo fooled. ; Get the genuine, made by "(.'allfor-ale Pig Syrup Company." world. Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. A, HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.O> Canada Food Board Licenss No. a-nioa' 287-0 CHAOS IN RUSSIA. Victoria, Nov. 20.-"The alliis have n tremendouc talk ahead of them in Russia," said J. Flndlay. Siberian representative of the British Engineering Company of London, England, an the eituatlon in Russia today, on hia arrival here en route from Ottawa to London. "Absolute chaos prevail* everywhere. There ie no railroad organization to apeak of and millions of people face atarvation this winter. The alliea Mill have to tart rigrit at Vladivostok In order to dean up the mesa." ARC ANXIOUS. London, Nov. 19^-The situation in the east l* causing anxiety In Germany and the Local Amelger of Berlin learns that a great German army is marching eastward, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph aarnpany j belching gas, acid's and sourness. ' When your stomach is iill upset, hciv I is instant relief-No writing THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN LETHBRIOGE OPENING AS SOON AS THE BAN IS LIFTED EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS THE COLONIAL PLAYERS IN VAUDEVILLE JESSIE GAY AL BORDE The "Melba" of Vaudeville Comedian In Song and Dance IN THE ONE-ACT The rnoiueut you eat a tubleti of Pape's Dlapopsln all the indigestion pain, dyspepsia misery, tho Bum-nea*. lanen and stomach acidity ends. Cape's niapepsln tablets cosst little at any drug more, but there Is no surer or, ijuleker stomach relief known', MISS CECILE ELLIOTT AND COMPANY FARCIAL COMEDY, THE BUYER' By Emerson Houghton. Havt you seen "POTASH and PERLMUTTER"? "THE BUYER" it even funnier-You'll sure laugh. BUD SCHAFFER' COLONIAL CONCERT "THAT NUT" ORCHESTRA ALSO EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY PROGRAM ENTIRE CHANGE OF BIUL EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY PEOPLE'S POPULAR PRICES Matinees Daily at 2.30. Adults, 25c; Children, 10c. Nights, 7 to 11. Adults, 50c; Children, 25c WE PAY ALL WAR TAX WATCH CLOSELY FOR THE OPENING DATE 858644 ;