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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THR T.ETHniMOT.K DAILY HEHAL1J WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, mmm PHCEF ister ct treisurv, expressed Ihe hopo that within lLonlhsJIuteru.t o condl.lnns would be CONThACTED SMALLPOX TO SiTTER UNDERSTAND IT MONTREAL, Dec, motllei to and example! of IHe I an Sir William ihtir- cuqhntM as practlllsmr Jrvd liclurer were JIr. Follii ahx> prea- enled lo JIayor P. Tester, superin- tendent or lhe Sunday school, a book ot fifty pases, containing historical re- cords of the war, a history of tlic Red" Cross and the lotal lied Cross So- ciety's woman's part in the srreat war, the history of.the church (ram Inception In Cannaneay, tie growlh of the Snnday school, and a full list of Lho men who All Many photographs are In fhla most Intercsllnp and valu- record, amonE vhlch ore the of the Tter. Dr. Chowr. the Her. S. W. Fallla, and the Re7 F. C. StephenEon, as ivell aa the prcBCnt pastor and his wite, aTl Ibe Suoday Echool offlccra and the ot thb Red. Cross Society. Altogether thh irork forms a hcaullial and permanent record of the chsrcii work corn- munlty effort during 'the war. The of the work waa done by the )ayer. It was shipped In 'rcl.5bl.car wllh several bead of hor It 1s nndenlood the Hqno ptirchajed In tho States, befor p-.ohlbltlon w'is declared. The barre j now In possession of Canadian Watchora. officers are hard after tha dope peddlers.- Three suspects were talteri from Monday's American train; EEBrched and Rlren their free- dom. It U said thtt cAneUerablo.dopo broapbt acrosi the line from Canada ot late. of the dealts of Ed. Karel and Joe half brothers, which iccarreo at Granger, Wyo., and both of whom are tnown here, were recelTcil'tMs by leliw. It ap- pears that the two had qaarrpled on a previous occafiloa and on this meet- Inp they revolvers and flrsd, tilllnff each other InsLantly. Tha bofllfea -sere lakeu to Dakoia for burial. SOVIET- ADMIT THE BOLSHEVIKI RETIRED LONDON', Dec. In -the Narva rejiiuu, n-ilh a heavy gas shell bombardment by the Es- Lhonlans, which forced the Bolshcrlkl to" retire over the Narva rirer, 15 re- ported in ari official slfitemeot Issued by the soviet authorities la Moscow BolaheTlkl took with tfcem more than 100 prlsonerg. Bolshevik forcps hare occupied Dak- hmuL, capturing several cannon, beyond Nov'q Nikolaerpt they arc pur-1 suing Admiral Kolcbak's troops and liave occupied AlexandrloTofei; the eta Lenient claims. JELLICOE'S REPORT WILL SOON DE READY OTTAWA, DEC. Jelli- coe's reporl acd recommendation with regard lo Iho future naval policy of Canada, will he completed and ready yn-ol Mf. R. J. rollta and >3 t. piece to -DB placea lhe taoda fto EOT. oc ptiun.iuUj. Tor Ibis ine reli of book ena (or Ihs rtleld tbe ot Absolutely nolhln6 a, lo lhe mr. The'Brklih tonnaee lotal- and'tie loUl of AmericM Inlud Irui- i toUlled 7.4M vetseli, -irlta toBMje, in lacreuc of ud Iniwge orer TO AVOID DUMPING CANADIAN MONBY a', the offives occupied by the Lord 'elllcoe ana liis slsir, the admiral Ihe ground ihat IL li a matter for; he roverumenf. lo deal with and that' Is not In a position to make any tUtemenl] with retard to Ills report. itatemciiU made rlth regard lo the j recommtndatlona contained In the re- port hare not emaaated from Jcllloce. they musl, of neceislly, be lo a great extent, ajt conjee- lure, It IB believed, however, that the report will rccognln ihft need of the establishment of a Canadian force aod make ctrt.iln lloBii In reirard the nutter of con- trol. TOtXDO, Ohio, Dtc. today beCM dleconntlni; Cana- ui It per cent. bnlim cooeenx of I cIUM