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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK ifKUALl) SATURDAY, FEimiiAKY 1. She DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETKBRIDCE HERALD PRINV- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 823 6th Street South, W. A. Buchanan President anil Managing Director jobn Torrance Business Manager insula, or Uiuiian Upland, is Perch- enga, the nearest to the Norwe- gian and, Finnish, frontiers. This, to- gether with Munuaask. was threaten- ed by a'.sh invasion. Both ports were Dv'curled by the Allied peditun, and the fact ot the ground being Russian territory was re-cogniE- ed. Aa was given the iheu eiisiins of Hussla that the Allies while assisting in the de- fence oj tbe same hid co altus erf an- neiiiSon uur any intention to inter- fere with the domestic affairs of Kus- Further the Allies agreM to as- sisl lu feeding the population ot the Murman province at the time threat- ened with 'famine. This agreement M-iS functioned br M. Trotsky, tfcfl Minister o' Foreign Affairs, and the of ih? Soviet jovernmeiit, Member Audit Bureau of j The hyphenated Geraun-Hnnish in- Subscription Rates: 'dalivcred. per week Daiiy, psr year Dally; br mall, per year .y... Weekly, br mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Office............... Editorial Office.............. 1252 1224 j vasion spoken of, possibly requires an y, by per year to Datei cl 'esplry ot subscriptions ap- jiear dairy on address lafcel. Accept- ance of papers alter expiration date (s otir authority to conUade the sub- scriptlon. THE PASSING OF STEELE -Sam was familiarly known throughout the wtut, _ was a picturesque Itsure on the prairies for years. .He.toctongfii to Uiat oirly bsct} of Mounted Police who had much to 3o'-wHh laming tlie "wild and country. Bora !n Ontario, he became a typical admired and liked y police men and citizens.- He had .actable career apart from the po-' lice. At the lime cf the South African "War he was chosen to command the Strathcona Horse. !Ie later drifted inio the permanent militia force and held important positions in eereral aHitary districts. He was a daring, fearless officer, and ins niea i ranted him. j ex an at ion. Briefly described it Is j as follows. In the newly proclaimed republic of Finland n ctril war was joiug- on between (he North-awl the South, known as and Red Fin- land, the Wftltc and Red Guards with which we have become familiar. Co- operating wiUi the Whites the Ger- mans bad lafadcil in the south, dis- persed the Reds, and in accordance with the usual Hun custom in the war practically annexed Finland, The share was tho annexa- tion 'ot the Murman Peninsula with further Russian territory adjoining. To prevent thi5. Allied reinforcements were on to Murmansk. N'ow the hitherto friendly- attitude ot the Rus- sian Soviet government, under GtSr- man pressure, underwent a change. The order went forth that the Allies withdraw 'all their forces from, Rus- sia. -The-pcople of the Murmansk Peninsula, who had welcomed the Al- lies, decided to stay with them and xheir allegiance to the Cen- tral-Government- The Allies in turn. vrere bound to stay by tiem. This marked- the first stage o.' a state ol the 'Allies and the Bol- Ge UhevUt GovernTnaot of Russia, and c-ioi auti> raucn 01 me days ol Western Canada, and it ttat are fas- knew "s gratifying thai a ferr years ago Jie qa a-record in an Interesting chrcaide of his eipcriencps wriih ths .Mounted Police. In that i-ok we_ have preserved (or future geBenrtipas, a of many of the outstanding' events af our early hls- :ory. It is a pity'that we cannot have tor future ot the inci- Senls ol the.bygone days from o_ur old are fast passing" away. Nothing is so Interesting to the present Eerieration, and_.will be so rnlerestbig !9 future generations iascUiat- Sio ies.of the escitlng days of pio- ieei; life on the Western In Northern Russia. The first ace of. ivar -was. initiated the Bolshevists, Outrages were perpetrated, on Allied -s the British grad "waa l." Attache at Pejro- d by; a mob, Aban- Annual Meeting of the Union Church is Held and Reports Presented Our Own NODLEFOUD. Jan annual ICKED UP IN ASSING FOB TllK MAN e4 heartily l ic opinion. At Community .Made ia'.Community Move- ment ut Goaldalo (Krom Our J. McD. ro'ngresatiooal mfc'.ing ot the I'nloaj baviiun has gjno to Cnlgary on busl- on Monday pveums, Tho minister. 1'er. .V. Leslie, frcsidwl. members asd ailherfc-nts were Mr. and P. S. Noble. Mr. and K C. Crsuflouub Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Kilpalrick. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirris. Mr. and Mrs. iteild. Hesdaracs Morserson. Mc- Dowell, Miss LM'.e. Miss'Dalgleish. Messrs.'Hetztl. P.'W. Hunt. P. Hum and Ruble.' Rtsurr.Et! Work Following a devctlonal-opening the mmister tUe miDuies cf the last annual meetins were read and adopted followins Ins is matins Mr. II. A. Suggttfi 'liew office build- Mr. an old tinier of the Mac- lean School District, is going tOvopen a harness shpp, as soon as Mr. Sug- gitt's build-in g is completed.. Coaldala School has been closed this week because of a new 'flu scare but nothing further of a .serious nature has developed, A masquerade dauce was given last Friday eveniog. The promoters were Messrs, Hart and Knudson. The report with a twinge of shame that nobody but the president turned up to the U. F. A. meeting last Thurs- BritisU February U. Kdmouton decided to ruisp salaries f grade teachers Spring lambs arrived last week on county, Ont., farm. Milk retail price dropped trorn Ho o 12c in Chatham, Col. Cbas. A. Smart: of Montreal, been gazetted a brigadier-general. Judgo William 'McKay Heade. Sen- British press and pub- X.S., housemaids have formed union, iliuiaivar to uphold the sanctity of a frap of paper Be'ycmd ihla tia (Uorf 'vas nfe ess'aty'hr the fact t JJarmftnsk at of the tennJnus the pytrograrl railiray, e cabfo which extends W Scotland. It Vas material which had been lying in Arch- angel were, in spite oE Allied seized the SoTiet GoTeramenl, railed away to the interior, and soM to the Germans to be used on the Western front. Archangel "was, fore, reoccapied by the Allies after a surprise attack, the BolsaevUt garri- son fleeing in panic. was seconded by irried. Nat GoxKlwin Is dead but he has a half dozen divorced wires atiU llviog. Dlow, M.P.P., advises a univer- sity for Southern Alberta, Of course, he hasn't Calgary in view as the place to locale It- Even Toronto Is gloating over the weather. .The Globe records pansies in that city. Kas anybody a frfcah strawberry so that "we can beat that record? telegraphic .communt- tiqfa aval1aW8 tx vlstt' tia rioni. r V PENTECOST-AL 205 .V Rev. C. 7th 11 a.m.: "The UttermMt: Retponiibll- x- Afternoon and evening at church; i: i. .SALVATION Hamilton, 'otflcen In i r Sunday, 11 a.m.; 8 andi7.30 p.m. Sunday School. 2 p.m. V.- Xcnday, Thursday, Saturday, S p.m. Tuestlny. 7.50 p.m., Corp Cadcti Wudnosday, 2 p.m., Home 8 pro.: I.lfe Saving Scwlls and The Clladel Dam} In ;