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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xu. Lli'l HHIUUGE, AUGUST 2'2, 191'J 213 POLISH TROOPS ON THE RUN Crushing Defeat of Forces of Soviets of Importance To Ranchers Ilendered In a Case Heard at Macleod SUPPRESS REVOLUTION IN HONDURAS SAN SALVADOR, Aug. ficial dispatches received from Teguceoalpa elate thai revolutionary forces In the city Graclai have been defeated and thjt it A result tte revolution In Honduras has bsen virtually sup- pressed. Ukrainian Troops Captured Odessa NO SUNDAY SERVICE BECAUSE'OF COAL SHORTAGE Explains Reason for Action and Defends Ihe Course Adopted 1 Two ot considcrablo InlercEt If) stocVmeh, havlug lo do wllb Lhe administration of grazing in Ihe Dominion forest, Hcscrvon tried 011 ilonday lael, the ISth instant, -Lefore Inspector It. B. Tack J.P., at llacleod. In which John S. Nelson ol Meadow Cmfc was charged 'iviih Iho infrlnsenjpnl of Sections !I ami 4S of _ ibo KoEulatious for Domlnlou Forest at- Portage .a Prnlrlo last, iilgbt, the subject ot the fixed price ol wheat Theae Regulations have the force I Tho government, he staled, wouid o[ Btalulc fay reason of tlie provls- L-" JODS ot the Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks Act. Secltou 2 prohibit, amongit other things, the b[ slocic to enter iipou or lie driven (hrbuyn Domlnlou 'It tout a permit. WINNIPEG. Arthur MelRhen, minister ot the Interior, ad- dressed A largo gathering of farmers hava been glad to.lenva the reader alone, but it soon eaiv Lliat It had lo do something or'llio wheat would not ID or oiil of Ihe country. The bnnbfi refused to finance Ihe crop unless Llic I LONDON, Aug. troops have captured Odessa, the most important port on trie Black Sea, it was announced here today by the Ukrainian'mission. The capture of Odessa was said.16 have been effected! 1 after severe fighting north of the city: Bolshevik naval de-i ilachmenls from their Black Sea fleetvwho were dispatched) iin great haste to oppose the Ukrainians, were reported to! deserted. I The soviet army, on the right bank of the Dneiper river, I the Ukrainian mission's announcement said, was fleeing Govern- panic-stricken before the forces of Gen. Simon Petlura, Ukrainian Commander-in-chief. British, authorities here said they had not received official confirmation of these anti-Bolshevik successes, but PARIS. Aug. south German railways are diicontinu- ing alt train service on Sundays because of lh- coal crliis. Rail- road communication between Bel- grade and Salonika Kas been dis- continued because of the destruc- tion by the Bulgarians of the bridge at Zernla. Hard Fighting Brings Complete Victory to the Ukraine May Be Encour- aged to Rise Against the menians on Offensive. they regarded the Ukrainian report as trustworthy. charged Kith having allowed Iil3 slock in enter upon ilic Porcupine HIUs district ot the .Croivaiicst I'e- particularly on Hearer Creek arid Heath Creek, between tho months ot September 1318 and May 191S. -Mr. Xelson, who was not representtd by counsel, pleaded "not guilty" hut the evidence c[ two of the officials of tho. Forestry Drancli, Hunger II. U. Smith, and Grazing Jtaapector K. as well as the evidence! of two independent stockmen in 4nat rlletrlct, ilessrs; Thos. Webber and W. H. Dunbarr 'proved conclusively thil.lhe accused's cattle had been .al- loyed in largo numbers over this the Reserve continuously during the.period uienLloued. Mr. 11. .Mi'-.BrnTvri, -the" Forest Supervisor at Pinchef.Crwk, provPd that notice- bail been sent Lo Mr. jSelapn warnlns him Vcro (and iayc, saniL1' re- .The. ac- crpEB-e'xainlninE seemed" lo rcly.nri _ two points: (irat, that no one ifaK tlrlrc tLeso cattle into the He- flerye: or. to he licrdinc the ilic'reserve, and second, that Ibero 1 -was no fence or barrier erected by ibc Goveriinient; 16 prevent his cat Mb or any other callJe fron> CDterJng upon, the Reserve or from passing certain SDiall areas Xclson iiolas nndti grdzlng lense wltliin tho bcuodary of tho Reserve, onto Lhe other parts ot tho llcscrve. It ivas liroiifibt tut in the evidence of Mr. J'fnlnyson, the insitcctor of Fct2 ]tcsfrve3 tor Alljcrln, thai Iherj TvothiiiR .111 the Uoruinion Forcsl Jl jici cr.ln the :egu n'-ioi'i; liio; mirier the gofcriuncisi Fortst Reserves! Government got behind Ihc rail- Mr. Nelson was nvays made it clear that unless the ;my or t gave evidence on his own be- half slating that if Ms. cattle grazed oii Iho Rcaervo they go there through drifting licCorc storms and without aBT positive art on JiJs part( nllhongh he. ndmittcd he had found catlle on Iho Reserve and on occas- ions had (iriTCn them off. After hcnr- ioR all the Inspector .Tuck- (Continued on page six.) saw that lha' wheat was Doiipht they would liot move. It. Three methods ot- handling were., then ills- by tho goveniniGul. Tlic first was that Iho government buy at a fix- and lake chances of loss or gain; the sficonj that a niJuhnum price be fixed by. law and allow trad- ing above that prlco.onh-. This was very seriously considered. The third alternative ivas tho k3tcp which the government, has laken." I3y Iho first method thero must have been loss or gain for Mio government. If (lie ond had been adopted, the hanks have paid only up lo the fiicd Under' Iho pl.iiT adopted, the BOTcrnuicnL' pay for the whcal. sell It (p the hCBt" advantage, pool the proceeds and pay the produc- er nia proporLlp'nal share bl the profits. Meighcn wished H-tb he, under- stood not feel the- prires oil 1ml liad Bimplr set price hy ;0ne pr the reasons IhtS'tt-ad cloneWns'thal'Ihe Unit- ed Stales price would havo.a. tendency to pdt up'the .Canadian-prSc and ns the United Slates CTOJI ivfts hanrtlcd hy tbe government of that-country, it inigJit keep'tho Canadian, price up so lhat it could dispose ot Its-own crop anrl Ihcn let the Canariisr. price fall. Such a thing might he