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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB TWELVE LKIllBfUlXiK .SATCRD.YY. APRIL. 1U, VJVJ fiMDOFM J.aaBMIPAran Gillua Explained Plan for Drive At the board of trade luncheon Thursday, Ciarnnaa of the committee arpointed to go Into tbe matter of Karally for the proposed Iraju fltta ported that ke able to recOniinecii lha expedrUan far as the faellHlef here were coaKaraed wilh referemce (o a arcaa-i. A silt titi keen the be picked oat WMtk of grounds wfatefc wonld suited for the portoee Remarking oa a propcul naae by President as to toe regular institution of tortadajhlly torn la district Fair field created muto nwrrl reenl in saying tiat the rinds lie araMy, according to uretanl motor traffic, Tae ar ringftsenis !for such trip! will gooe into. Clean-up Day In He matter ot dsy on May ath, Mr. J. Bawden wanted Jo what arrangements the city is tanked to make in regard to tin Mts. U was no said, in the Merchants cleaning np liwfr premises if the nrbWso on the empty lots were to be left undisturbed, as wonld f Imply on to the cl iip. Meeca, who was asked, of Ihis.; Slr.'-Bawden drew atte: t fcKlarlyJ tbe Tacant lolj Sherlock Building and BOLSHEVIST AT HOME (Ottawa the opioioii.of Mr. eorje la tbe London thai all is well IB Russia anil Iba1. the Bol-. admialJlration ils leadera hare- grierodtly slandernl, the steadily point tnu other way. The .alffl witness to be liearcl is irilltaiu O. the noted correspondent, woo ipaat many uiociths ia Hussia eg the early days o! Kerensky re- gime and during the Bolshevik admin- stratioa. In diseasing this phase ot Ike nsiwaval In and Its conse- quences. Sheputrd writes In the N'ew Vori as follows: 1 heard tbe Bolsteilki mat' their iood to the working people of Jielr promises did hate pleaiant sooaid. I aat bound to ad- mit-, ao me hi Pelrocrad. In days aMer rerolutlon. could find It la bis heart to blaaM these 100.0M ted woaaen of tbe.wartinc classei for marcSiBa" tkrwwa'tke streets and that their lives be made easier. Waal it were following Lenine aad In reality, when 1 lalk- ed to then, I tomd that they would hate Mowed uy one, perhaps. a ciar, if they conW have been sura that thereby they could have got a fairer sbaie ic their hard lives. The tragedy o! it all is that I Save thia. personally. from SataaoH, foraer of the those factories of PWrograd and Mos- cow kito which tier hoped that Bol- sbeviki wonW bring some sunshine and justice an all cloaed. 0 aetie the factories; they had beard 1 ot such a UOTB la Petrograd. But with the of coal and the refusal ot tha railway wen to worV Moscow became deed. Shepherd discusses Ibis phaw a follows: There 14 a terrible tragedy in all hi', for one vao. like myself, saw the iappy scores ot thousands who march- ed tie streets ot two great (itles back in that time when Rutila thought a MV, better world Had come. !t Is otilr two years ago that It all ed. bat all smiles hcaes kave tone. Of all I bow of rching men and auay taotiiaadi as possibly could to w broken BP givan up iMfm and fled to corners of Russia they might find, thous- mum mmwm ands ot them. we 1 in their great chant-of died of hnager. And. of thtoi, still kit, are eating the rotting nwat of starred'horjM. And he clones with a paragraph that fits Ike position assumed Uuxtury and otherr, although1 Saepatrd's ac- count was aiMdl- of Februty and has la. reacn (he printers. The coBrfniton as devoid of or n the real of tbe article. H Pecplel in otiw corMra of tha world may defend the BolatMTikl. or.'at least, demand that they be glren a hearing working avan and .woman in Petrograd and Moscow are the folks in his world who know the about all. As Protest U Ac- ItMl PMCC TenM Secret WANICOUNSa mmm HLIKEi The note of Impartiality rues Sawefcerd's .review ot :condl- tkraa; he jives the Impression of Tiew- irij'a 'tragedy withont any peracnal feeling in the matter, with, in fact, ra. that in early days ot the Bolshevik he himself' wai Impressed School" Preiident Marnoch mentioned..1 that a deputation public school board bad been to him on the lioa of the Xormal- school, it was pointed out to himUliat. apart from tie oi surii an institution here, would greatly ralieTe'.tlie twneiag jirobleni In the io that certain clauac would in aucb a build. iat for Tthe of denxxntnaiioD la ttecbiag. Mr. HofaT, ooe at toe school UuaAna. tat Idadly to r> to Bd aroitoo and Join tfie oiier LaOfcrxige 'on otMr'. mU- to sMu'a ttoa before Thrift Drlya GittuE. ot the Thrift Stamp catapsJcn v addraaaed tbev meetini on tae object o( his work, and in retard to ttie eomina: campaign cit: lie aaid tint ncntlful ha compleM ia Calgary rad cine Hat. He m ao- ng irtist ke LUuaidtJit4 Intel lectnai driTes la trying to spread 1 ntlsjjit lilt I myaelf, as a tor ward-looking American. listened to the Bolshevik promises in those early days atid went about the factories ot Petro- grad and Moscow delighted with tie kappiness, independence, and hopeful- ness of the factory hands. 1 have sat n their great oflke tearooms with atm at three in their day's.work ended, apd "heard them praiac the new time that had come and look feVward to tbe even Mtter Uaaa