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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN 'THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1020 France and England Give Poland Aid For Purely Defensive Purposes-No Offensive Action Against Russians titish Press Declares Element Not Sanction Con- flict with Bolsheviki I By AMOds'eo Labor} Warsaw, lias been occupied by these i advance guards of the Bolshevik' which have passed OE and are report- S ed to be approachiug Mla'wa. to the I west, and Ciecbanow, to the south- iweft. The loss of Przasuyi is ail- milled iu an official statement issued last night and it would t the soviet cavalry are ad- almost vi t flout serious op- Russian ittaete entlv hare OroVen the Polish linos tLj ueaf- the East- Prussian frontier and soviet cavalry patrols have aveut for-1 position. ward la a great encirdlng movement On Friday the Bolshevik were re- north of Warsaw. ID 'lha centre of j ported fighting the Poles near Myiy- the Polish front the soviet armies also j niec, near the East Pnisalw border, se'em to hive xorn a gap in the defenses ot Warsaw. a city 41 miles north of HOWfl AVOIDED Cantan, suffered from i trouble which "caused me much suffering, and two doctors decided that I would bavo to go through as operation before I could get well mother, who had been helped by Lydia E. Piath am Vegetable Com- pound, advised to try Itbefore sub- mitting to an opera- tion. Itrelievedme lrom_ my troubles difficulty. ______ afflicted with female troubles U Lydia E. Pintkem'a Vegetable Coil- pound a trial and it will do aa mnch for Mrsj MAEIE Boirb, U21 SUi St, N. E, Caiton, Ohio. Sometimes there 'we. tmaat Muni- tions where a hospital operation is .only tlte'rnatrrc, but on tbe other .band women have been cured by this famous root and herh remedy, Lydia B. Pinkhim's Vigeiable Compound, hiYssiw that an operation woman who wants tO'aYoid an operation should give it fair trial before eubmittipg to wcl i trying ordeal-' If complications exist, write kydla Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., advice: The reanlt of maaj ytia At TOUT service. ollsh troops' liaTe teen entrenching their lines east ot Mlawa, which is situated on the railroad line running from Warsaw to Daniig It is believ- ed they will make a desperate effort 10 present tha capture of this city by I the Bolshevik. Coiucldent with the Bolshevik nd I vanee .on the north the Polish lines from south ot vrest of Brest IJoTBk forced back. Soviet troops Lave' forced their way inlo Sotolow and arc reported to be fight ing east The Bolshevik are also said to have taken Pizzecsc west of Brest-LitOYSk. In this region they are said to have control of the road leading westward from Brest Litorife Farther sculh there has been ser ious fighting and Important successe are claimed by the Bolshevik. Great Britain and France arc pre- peared to take instant action agains the Bolshevik, as a consequence of ih latter's refusal to graut Premie Uoyd Georgo's request for a Id-da truce with the Poles. Mr. Lloy George: conferred with Premier Mi lerand ot France at Hytbe, Knglan yesterday and heads "of the liritis at p.m., which Premier Uoyd Oeorgv expected to to later in the day. The optimism ot the British, which was manifest before the ixmlereuce- yesierday had given away today to q feeling of extreme uenAslnosa and it waa reported that tha British premier himself was greatly disturbed over Ihe new developments in the Husso Polish situation. To RelmpoM Blockade HVTHK. ius- [Associated allied conference here a complete agreement this n'uon ou plans for dealing with r.uaso-PolUh crisis. They Include be re-imposition of (lie blockade, bat tbe advice of tbe experts no allied roops wii! be employed. The plans are sifcject to the approv- of the Uritlah parliament, which IJoyd' George will address jmcrrow. The of premiers endsd t 1 It is probable, if the plans approved, that they, will uot effect until the preliminary re- ults of tbe meeting Minsk between he soviet and Polish negotiations aro uown. ,It thesti indicate a willingness ly the Rnssiaus to a'doot a course coa- Idered-reasouable in dealing with the 'olQa, tho allied aid may: be wilhheld The Britieb government baa bat the Russian mission may remain u Condon unli! the -Minsk conference Bolshevik Propaganda Aug. Bolshevik aviators Dying over the Polish lines lave scattered broadcast propaganda pamphlets signed by Felix Dziftsy ski, president of the revolutionary Exam, Results Very Disappointing Hoa Geo, P. South Makes Statement Very Poor Comparison With Other of the Causes udenti'irho bail.not- covered the rork. There could be only '.me re- The ieacbins" profession, lite committee in Poland, saying: "Make rour oOicers prisoners and lot 'u: jointly march on Warsaw." Tha Poles are appealed to in tbi pamphlet to wipe out tho arislocrac and make Poland a great communls country. Tho-paruphlets declare tha the Bolshevik are marchiug on War- saw with the best ot save the country from tho landowners' rule. Puts Bfamc On France LONDON, Aug. atiUudo o! place until tn early hour this morning Mr. Lloyd_George is to. make a stat ment In the bouse tomorrow and is expected he will outline his propo ed course of action. Polish plenipotentiaries will cross the fighting zone east of Warsaw late today on their way to Minsk where they will begin armistice peace negotiations. The conference at Minek will begin'on Wednesday, according to present plans. Only-For Defensive Purposes HYTHE, Aug. Premiers Millerand and Lloyd George met again tbis morning in continuation, of their conference here over the ftusso-Polish situation and had before them detailed report of Marshal Foch and Field Mar- shal Wilson dealing with. of the military, naval and economic assistance which France and Engl can give immediately to Polaud. decided that actual; war shall be not.waged on Russia theprem ieVs were confronted with ficult problem. are inclined to give Poland, every nii BJSJ within'the limit_of .this decision.' In both-jyericb and; British here however, the word is emphasized iu connection''with all thi proposed plaus it is :pbinted out lha France and England want it distincl ly understood that they are riot .con templating offensive measures agains Russia. Marshal Focb and Field ifarsha Wilson, with their .experts, ivorkei until a late hour last nightMrilmin; their report cpusld ering the today was expecte to last until early afternoon. Premie Millerand planned to return to J'ari BriUsh .the Polish situa- tion is given much consideration by several joiirfjals. The Daily News denounced the irreconcilability of France to a settlement with Rus- sia and declares: "If the decision rested with Great Britain there would be peace with lussia in n fortnight." In any rase tie newspaper Is convinced workers f all ranks in Great Britain will use to lift a finger, and will strike if criminal an enterprise as war igainst Hussia'is attempted.'' Tbe Times and Morning Post charge bat ''Bofshovik sympathizers'among British are acting In behali if soviet Russia und the Morning 'ost accuses them of "helping .to pro- mote the civil war which Lenine, the Bolshevik premier, recently ed." This newspaper apparently be- ieves the attitude of workers 'will compel the to surrender to Bolshevism. "The situation." it declares, "has been so contrived that tbe allies will be In.a position wheje II is imposs- ible to advance without retreat without dishonor. It may be humiliating for Great Britain to cap- itulate, but it is to be made imposs- ible for her to fight." Our. New Steam Bressiiig Machine bo bard'on your clothing. -done properly, pressing and "sponging -will make your garments wear, longer.' Why not have yon: pressing done by the cess. Our prices r, MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Suit, Sponged and Pressed .Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck v402 THIRTEENTH STREET'NORTH PHONE 1770 EDMOXTtXX, Aug. Minis- r ot FxJucaU'Ja on Friday evening issued a statement wiih regard to the esulta of the dopartraental exuniina- fons this year 'and made some an- locncemonta which ot Import- ance. The statement Is as follows: The exanimera hare completed Heir work and the names of successful candidates are new bctaf. alphabeil cally arranged for publication.. Tho Yin. results js( usuilly the first of vidious disease of the sdms ftat dJ- ttroys the teeth ana utrismiinss bodily-health. N Gradually the gums become tjxmp'. They inflame, then shrink, thus ci- POcing the unecnaiielcd tooth-base to the ravages of decsy. Tiny open- ings in tha gums form gatetays for disease germs to enter the sysJem. Medical science has traced many ills to these genns ia the gums weakened by They are now known to be a fre-. queftt causa of indifiestion, ananr.ia, and other Eerioua con- ditio.'is. So watch carc'uliy far that firet tendemesa or bteedLng of taking his Sunday evening and .b.eaconeas iitiienshlp.. have to return o some of our old-fashioned Ideas, Tbe phase ot the situation which Isj Henderson is preaching In the after- most, disturbing to the department bit the students .ot Crdde XI. audl "XII from whom are drawn our teach-! ers in training for tbe normal schools! SALARY INCREASE ASSURED lave failed In such large numbers bat unless special rulings are made ho normal school'-classes ure going TORONTO, Aug. of tbe Methodist'church throughout.the Dominion ara 'practically assured bfj salaries, ac-' to be sadly decimated. A third nor- [a substantial increas school has' been :he province and it Is ceasary to have large three schools it we are to make any. The committee, according to Mr. IttdQ- prelense ot coping with tha demand bas not received ;i single refusal for teachers neil spring. Out ot I of request to tbe different boards some three hundred Grade XI. slud-t for Increased, salary. The committee ents who had already indicated is .asXIng for tbs ministers in country intention of entering Normal only 125 districts ammalily, for those in towns and. for those in cities. Startle Drift From Nome North InAnlcePack Amundsen. Explorer, Leaves on Another Oruise of the Arctic WHEAT'CUTTING IN SASK. RKGINA, Aug. cutting will start In some districts of South- ern .Saskatchewan this week and wiS be general after August .21, according to a crop reriort issued here today by Grand Trunk Pacific-., officials. An average crop of 18 bushels to the acre Is reported from Edenwold district, in the Qu'Appelle vall3y. "of Wonderful Change, Tanfac Brought In His Wife's Condition. LAKE WINDERMERE CAMP, Eojoy this summer roughing an Ideal grandeur where you have a beautiful JOB cabin wtlh every modern convenience. Plan now to stay at Windfirmere (bft sandy of Lako WindcrmeK. Urltisb Columbia's licilwarm wktcr mountain the ot the P.ockics. llcst or you want. Swimtniuc boating, Mklner. motorlni favori' Through Sleeping Oars from Calgary on Train Ko. 1 ,'it same day Lake SVindCrmere. Car placed for occupaiicj- at Calgary previous evening. J.GORDON f TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 Yet another minister of religion to give his unqualified .endorsement to Tanlac as a medicine of remarkable merit, is the Hev. John Zaetsclfny of the Lutheran Church, Ohio Synod, Calgary, Alberta, who resirlei at 1920. 5'4 street iu a statemen madfi, at tbe Liggett-Kindlay Drug Store recently. "For nine years my wife suffered (rom be said, "and for the past five years had been in a very bad state ofv hcr.lth. Her appetite was very poor, and although, she ale but very little she always bad a full feel- ing afier meals. She bad a drowsy tenting all the time from which noth- ing could .arouse her, and felt tired both mentally and physically. Shq often complained of acute prthis across the back which were so bad, tint she bad (o let her work go en- tirely and at 1-er sleep was very JUl'lfl'td. Her rid -no system Tjy- carue so shattered that the least thing wouid alarm her. and chft was getting worse year iiy year. Slio tried all kind? of treatments and even went to the on occasions, but always failed to get more than tempor- ary relief. "We bad read much about tho mer- XOME, Alaska, ..iug. Roald Amundsen left here yesterday his ship Maude cruiso in the Vrctlc. Though Captain Amundsen has been n the Arctic for more than 19 months, .10 said his real voyage would begin only witli his departure from Nome to drift northward in an ice pack. He said he would lay his course, west of Wraugei. Island toward the Siberian Islands, keeping in open water as long as he found a fav- orable place for; striking directly northward, prob'ably in tho vicinity where tbe Jeanette of the James Gor- don Bennett junior expedition'found- ered in 1881. r His object, be said, would be to gain two years lost by the Jeanette in drift- ing froni to tho vicinity o! Jeanette Island before "it wns beset witlt ice. At a public reception In his1 hon- or Saturday night, -L'apt. Amundsen said his recent trip through tho north- cast passage was'not a pre-arranged affair, but that he was forced, to take that route after finding unfavorable ice conditions north of the. Siberian Islands, have passed the examinations and this number includes those conditioned In one or twp subjtcts as in former yea're. To lower the staudard sufli- Shoemakers :of' Western Ontario ciently to meet the situation would! protest against inc.. importation of bo-altogether indefensible and could shoo only res.iilt during the years that' lie ahead In unsatisfactory work. An extraordinary 'situation must be met by extraordinary means. It has been decided that during the coming year special workV