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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TUK LKTUBIUDfiK DAILY HERALD SA'lTniUY, APRIL f unroof K. Dunham Savs Thai Country Doing Very ER. April 1C.- Viulf r the military diYutorshi'iJ of the Allies. Siberia M'iih Us semi-Soviet incntin lok-al and domeitfr affjrs is doing Eiui does noi establish Hie ?u ixeas of the suvlet in Siberia for U liio iron baud of -the allied raiUtarr intervention were withdrawn, blood) -chaos would curtly ensue." is iht opinion of the Rev. K. Dunham of Vancouver who hus'rf- ceiu.y relumed from a months trip io Siberia a Y.M.C.A. secretary. Mr. Dunhu.ni took particular care to Eiuily ihc situation in Siberia and apnarfutb' quiet it Is oniy tne super- ior force of tho allied wcuratUm which is holding tho terrorist element iu (choi-k. And while I belu've (lw great'f majority of the vootilo are nol m sym- Vathy with Ihe terrorists, they would j before them and Liberia- would be phiustJ into Hie ruthless cliaoai of I Ttic must sUy in Sifcerki for a J while yet if iiortheru and fasten! Asia are to be saved from extreme i IWlflGETOT OFROSSIANGAR while he no; nyle to visst the in- terior, he, WAS ai Vladivostok in touch with the seaU'uieut ami'opinion A for five dollars three cents. of ill "classes of people from all parts of vast Siberian domain, is my firm conviction" says Mr. Dunham. on the best lion 1 could gutueh-that it would, be a calamity .not oulv Siberia, but for ill pans of the world wb'teh have finy I iher? "e no .inheriUnce. -Titles IiitereU in or oeniieilion ivitU thui are abolished. The machinery bribe Monev Or.lpr i-cmntrv (o withdraw the allied force I sovsraiuent does not iHffer greatly from Siberia. While the country is 'from ours in general design. There "What is the niituro at the Mr. Dunham was aslcei. -The soviet i? generally nusuader- dtqcd." rJr. Dunham slated. "In ef- [ecVu H vaU'riialisiu. The state onus everything. The laborer sets a fair All surplus goes to the state ami bat-It to ihe.yeople. Capital is i abolished. There are no profits. There i is DO competition. The dsurch cannot have sfhools or own property.- The Irailtiary estbalishmetit but ]i is embraced in tire soviet policy. The ftiluiol sys'em is vague. jud- icial system seems workable ami wor- thy. "And U would uboltsh national Sines, For soviet eoatenfplates soviet world and proposes to repudiate all treaties and govern; meni.'whirti 1 ihttik is itumorat .tln- heritar.ce abolished. Cilice' 'there tao be no accumulation'" of The Outstanding a Large Manufacturing House large factories and five dis- tnbuting back of Brandram's Genuine B.B. White Lead. t Every step m its manufacture is closely watched by chemica'l engin- eers-nothing is left undone which would help to maintain the quality of finest white Brandram's Genuine B.B. White Lead is different from any other white lead. To be- fin it corroded by several secret pro- cesses wh'ch are then merged into a pigment of marvelBouasmoothness. Thispigmentis ground no less than five tunes, first wider huge stonti, finafly between heavy sic el rolls In .this gnnditig-process, made into a pulp by be- ing mixed with pure refined linseed ;oil made in our own Itnsced oil Whenever you paint, use Brandram's Gen- uine B B. .White Lead if you mix your owfi paint. If you want to save the labor of mixing you can ensure the of this quality pigment only by getting B-H "English" Paint- RRANDRAM .HENDERSON hs to PAINT J'B-H" Products for Other Purposes are lotal Soviets, iirovincial sov- iets. state soviet. liut the direct voice of the people is heard only in the sel- ection of the lowest soviet, the representatives to the soviet and so on. Mr. Dunham said, means and therefore Siberia isv for Kolshkvtem. bui ii is not Bolshevik In the bpn.-i1 that it is of the Leu Uie anil TroizViy Bolsuevib. the extreme raU- He corrected the prevailing impres- sion thai the Siberian soviet wants free love, or the socialism of women. Tiiin; it does not encourage, he said; only the extremists desire a stale ownership of sort. OMSK. Siberia, Kob. of the Associated Serious effort win be made to deter- mine the exact details of trie nattou of the iniverlal which occurred in u house at Ekater- inburg. Various Accounts vhicli -tbe-Tare-'svill "be I a? 5. T Have You Bilious A tracks CbandMrUm the UvcrVight up toch all the why they La core of Stomach i Indigestion, an4 all ailmatts which aze the of Try them. SSc. a bottle D and Dealers or by Kail. arrested Mtue. Uetraad, and informed her husband was about to be shot, RS lier (juiH bad fell Into the to hid wife, RS hcV confessed what lia bad though to frtettds. In IMS, he at Val- enctouues His vUovr has DOM numler. the BOYS fOUCHT TO. ESCORT Cmi- KANSAS CITY, KalL-Two young meu took nuuieroui fist btowa a skating riaV.." A policcmau arrested the fight- ers. Clyde Paris, am Hiariulto St, and Boyd A. Kiillou. JIH3 VorfJi ATP. lu tht) Somh court tlie prisoners ,dtullled they wore jiuiliy of dis- "We had" a duel ovn; a "Yes." said "iho.wiiuttr i to escort her bcune from sfcal rink." I "Who losl fifh Edward J. Flemiug. Both of and I bittliae walked tway another.. turned ui> iiofe at Jji, said court. CHAMBERLAINS TABLETS Doctors; Fail Terrible CTSB traded d foSsRJt disease for ten -veant, with ctozpn spccial'sh Both leg-! in terrible condition Almost a "ner TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. LETHBR1DGE i ICAXSAS CITY, Mo., April 12. telegraphic quolatJonR on goats have bcou ordered from "hero'by.jhe gorernment, owing to the'greatljS in- creased importance cf tTiis of Ihe 'liTOBtot.-k induetry. U is eati- raatcd that the-Kansas City Ihe largest in America and ijerhapi- largest .in. the worldi. vrill Be Ve celving 3000 sorus daily by May J, The.goat-tastes as mutton, dealers si d in 'deposition of goats co'd on this mar i Uet.- "A gyat's reward -for bting fat and Js -to betp-ne muiton atiJ A goes ml'o' a packing night be witTi the KnoA his. epMapJi on-Uje rhohu ono big Jle added that pacKtri rcqinrei) by the-gfjverrimetit to distinguish with (Irtssuii meat rcUiler.s, but that .the'retailer.-! are iiot required to'so inform consumers. "The 'of the go-at market may be somewhat 'attri- butable to the fact that goats -are quoted usually at 12 to >0 i btm dred und6r sheep, tho ttaler lattl arc coming to 'martet litre from Xov Mexico and Ari- zona. Thosf; not condil'onetl for slaughter arc sold as feeders to far- mers of Iowa. Missouri, Nebraska'arid Illinois, where they aid In clearing briuh from pasture CALGARY SOLDfER ACCTDENTALLY 3KOT CALGARY. April Krank K. years old, serving In the ffrrtnaiicc-'ccirpa, wai acciclenlallf snot and "tliji morning while engaged in adjusting riftea'at ordnance rcrps quartern. Robert Uawrnan -was lixing a riiit In a vlao at the time and live cartridge Sot In the chamber bad always been used, ihc ifhcll exploding and striking Coo- i-ur in the (empte. Ho died Instantly. to "clear up this diseaSb. This is the late pf a proiu. in.cnt .newspaper luan. His name and hls; remarkable story In full 'rex qnest. We have sufferers relieved by this -marxelous liquid wash that we a bottle on our personal J, fliginbo.tbanr Co. D. D. n: For Skin DiseaM Like lotentl Balking for stipattM 4i pcpplfcioiiljF knevtywlwt Inlnna Bathing, Is ilolnV for' thousands others ithere wouW bo miicji less Bufferlns anr] the accpnipanylng Nervous Irouljf'1! resulting (roni Mrs C O M of 'lieu 1 am plcaftd to flilk pftitunlti or testifying lo the cf the 'jru.U Cascade.' i harelbfeeti uslrie-lt wt'f- for a year with- jilli' f am in oln but ray health la so Iraprored thai 1 have a renewed lease of life. Vou st In give mj- address (o prlvat.cly who may rtosire (o. wrllu, to mo regarrtlns the Cascade." By the proper Application of nature's cure, warm .water, means of "J. B. the li _ tines are.kept free from all poisonous fnternat Bathing assists her. Dr. cliM. A. of Ycrlc, apeci'allsron Inlsnlal cd an-l pcrfr-cttrl tho "J. li. F-. which clone more during the; past hcalfi ami lesieiilnj; dljcase than 'all other means comhlned. Ask the' Red Cross) Unig Hook Co., Ud., for boViklcJ "IVIif- Afan of Only per Blflcient." Tnty1 will also ho lo ex plait] the W. CaRpado" lo Facing thefcrnergency How are you going to face the emergency when your visible assets are wiped out by fire? Are you going to stand mute, inert, and palsied bereft of immediate finances, with no solu- tion at hand for recoup- ing your losses? Or are you going lo cash in your policy for the im- mediate resumption, of 'your business? The destiny that controls our ends is no respector of persons and the right kind of policy is an a "sure-fire" asset. :You as a business man know the value of this protection you know there is no good excuse, no possible reason for neglecting the wisdom of this procedure. ''Our company is backed with unlimited- resources and will fumisli.lhe suited to your requirements. STONER EDGETT HEAD OFFICE: BALMORAL LETHBRIDGE BRANCH OFFICE: STONER BLOCK, REDCLIFF. SuceeMOrt-to M. P. Johnaton, and R. V. and Co., and nL Redctlff to th: Stoncr Agencies. PHONE 651 AND 1191 P. O. BOX 264 of made a fliglit J "liiswd an T hy pclL.k i Pwninlnn Eifrc-j Money wdW. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS and LUMBER BUILDERS SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Head Office ud Distributing Yard, Cor. 3rd Are. aid 17th St., Leibbridge Branch At Macleod, fealdale, Chin and Barawd. At these points we handle Feudal Material, Hardware and Fam Consult Us Regard- ing Prices, Plans etc. bx 189, HMK Sit, Uthbridie ;